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The Epitome 1989 



Volume 113 




LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 



The Epitome 1989 










Editor-in-Chief 

Lisa Bolitsky 



Managing Editor 

Nancy Howard 



CONTENTS 




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Freshmen Orientation 





Freshmen came to Lehigh 
during those last hot days of 
August. Lehigh's newest crop 
of freshmen bid farewell to 
their families and entered 
upon a new life here at Le- 
high. Freshmen Orientation 
and those first weeks of class- 
es before exams are a lot like 
summer camp — new faces, 
new experiences, and the 
fresh perspective of living 
away from home. The routine 
of Lehigh gradually sets in for 
new freshmen and paves the 
way for some of the best 
times of their lives. 




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Southside Alive 



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Lehigh students said good- 
bye to old Taylor Stadium in 
1987 and welcomed a new be- 
ginning with the Murray H. 
Goodman Stadium to start 
out the '88 home football sea- 
son this fall. Located in Sau- 
con Valley at the Murray H. 
Goodman campus, the new 
stadium has been described as 
one of the finest in the North- 
east. The stadium's design 
utilizes a natural bowl in the 
earth and is surrounded by 
vast fields and a picturesque 
view of South Mountain. The 
area around the stadium is 
well suited for tailgating and 
mingling before (or during) 
the game. Mr. Goodman came 
to Lehigh for the stadium's 
dedication ceremonies held at 
the Lehigh/Cornell game. He 
joined thousands of Lehigh 
fans to cheer the Engineers on 
to victory. Thanks Murray! 



A New Era 
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Act 31 hit Pennsylva- 
nia over the summer, 
and, as a consequence, 
Lehigh students saw 
some drastic changes to 
their social lifestyles. 
The days of free-flowing 
beer for all on the Hill 
became memories as the 
school changed its poli- 
cies in accordance with 
the new law. Fraternities 
continued to hold par- 
ties, but they were re- 
quired to hire security 
guards to check stu- 
dents' identification and 
to prevent underage 
drinking. The Universi- 
ty also opened a new 
pub — "Club 31" — in or- 
der to give Lehigh stu- 
dents a non-alcoholic 
social alternative. "Club 
31" is located in the 
University Center. It 
serves food and drinks 
and offers a variety of 
entertainment nightly. 



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ACADEMICS 





Academics 71 




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President 



Lehigh University f|(QOi! Peter mins. President 



Alumni Memorial Building 27 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 

telephone (215) 758-3155 



A farewell message from the President 



As members of the Class of '89, you demonstrated 
remarkable capacity to deal responsibly with change 
during your Lehigh years, and that speaks well for your 
future prospects in a rapidly changing world. I predict 
even more success for this class than is typical at 
Lehigh, where the normal expectation for achievement is 
high indeed. 

As the years go by, please remember that the lessons 
of life at Lehigh include the realization that responsi- 
bility goes with success, in whatever form you find it. 
Remember that these lessons include respect and compas- 
sion for others, as well as the cultivation of a healthy 
competitive spirit. What you have learned here will 
serve you well, as many thousands have been served before 
you. It is your responsibility now to use your energy, 
talent and education to serve others, even as you reap 
the rewards of the Lehigh experience. 



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Academics 77 



Vice Presidents 




Eric V. Ottervick 

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Marsha A. Duncan 

Vice President for Student Affairs 



Michael G. Bolton 

Vice President for Development 



Vice Presidents 




John W. Woltjen 

Vice President and Treasurer 



Joseph I. Goldstein 

Vice President for Research 



David A. Sanchez 

Vice President and Provost 




Academics 79 



Dean Of Students 




John Smeaton 

Dean of Students 



Mark Erickson 

Associate Dean of Students 




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Terrence Curran 

Associate Dean of Students 





Jennifer Volchko 

Associate Dean of Students 



Academics 81 




Janet Walbert 

Assistant Dean of Students 



Mike Boyd 

Assistant Dean of Students 



Sharon Brown 

Assistant Dean of Students 




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David Thomas 

Dean, Graduate School 



William Stanford 

Director of Financial Aid 




Samuel Missimer 

Director of Admissions 



Academics 83 



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James Cunton 

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Judith Lasker 

Associate Dean 



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Academics 85 



Aerospace Studies (A.F.R.O.T.C.) 

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Left to Right: L. Huseman, Capt. J. Robinson, Capt. 
J. Amejka, Sgt. K. King, Capt. J. Bader, Sgt. P. 
DeSantis, Col. W.D. Kauffman. 

Through the Air Force Reserve Officer 
Training Corps program, the Aerospace 
Department develops future Air Force 
officers from talented motivated stu- 
dents. The program combines challeng- 
ing academic courses, a rigorous physi- 
cal fitness program and Leadership 
Laboratory. Through this program, our 



students can meet the challenges of to- 
morrow's Air Force. 

Several new members joined the staff 
this year. They include the department 
chairman, Colonel John W. Jahn II, two 
new assistant professors, Captain Ken- 
neth J. McArthur and Captain David P. 
Pletcher and the new NCOIC of Admin- 
istration, Staff Sergeant Anthony J. 
Urso. These new faces and the "old 
hands" provided an excellent mix of en- 



thusiasm and experience to lead the cadet 
corps. 

The cadet corps of the 1988-1989 aca- 
demic year was 80 students strong. The 
cadets were very active. They sponsored 
the Air University Briefing Team. The 
team presented briefings on the Air 
Force role in national security strategy. 
The corps held several functions honor- 
ing our veterans. In September, they 
sponsored a 24-hour Prisoner of War- 
/Missing in Action freedon run. Opened 
to all members of the university and lo- 
cal community, over 80 runners covered 
the two mile course throughout the vigil. 
On Veterans Day, the cadets conducted a 
flag raising ceremony at the University 
Center flagpole. In a special ceremony, 
the cadets were privileged to present to 
Mr. Wayne O. Smith the Prisioner of 
War Medal in honor of the six years he 
spent as a prisoner of war during the 
Viet Nam conflict. 

On the social scene, the cadets spon- 
sored several activities. They conducted 
several pizza and volleyball nights. They 
also held receptions for both the fresh- 
men and upperclassmen parent's week- 
ends. In the best of military tradition, 
the corps' dining-in was the social event 
of the year. 

The department's program is very de- 
manding. The cadets' hard work make 
the program a success. 



Front Row (Left to Right): CPT L. Deren, H. Vasi- 
las, LTC T. Frankenfield, J. Locasio, L. Haviland; 
Back Row (L to R): MSG J. Edwards, SFC F. Marti- 
nez, SSG E. Pickett, 2LT B. Meldznik, CPT C. 
Aiegler, CPT B. Breece, CPT W. Knop, CPT A. 
Kose. 

The Military Science Department con- 
ducts the Army Reserve Officers' Train- 
ing Corps program at Lehigh University. 
The Army ROTC program, which was 
established at Lehigh in 1919, offers a 
means for students to receive commis- 
sions as officers in the United States 
Army. The ROTC program, established 
across the country, was begun in large 
part as a result of the efforts of Lehigh 
President Henry Drinker. Following a 
proud tradition, the program at Lehigh 
includes over 200 students and commis- 
sions about 30 officers each year. In 
1988-89 over 60 students were complet- 
ing their studies with Army ROTC full 
scholarships. The department is dedicat- 
ed to train the highest quality officers 
from a body of the highest quality 
students. 



Military Science (R.O.T.C.) 




Arts & Sc 



Art and Architecture 




Front Row (Left to Right): M. Morgan, P. Badt, C. 
Fraulino, R. Redd, M.E. Orben, N. Adams, R. 
Viera; Back Row (L to R): L. Gans, O. Jacoby, D. 
Cackovic, D. Mason, I. Zaknic. 

If you read these blurbs, we'll wager 
you thought this was going to be a puff 
piece. What more can you say about an 
academic department so caring, so con- 
cerned with their students and with the 
quality of their teaching. In other words, 
a group of reactionaries — modern, post- 



modern, pre-modern and post-post- 
modern. 

Summer of '88 saw the launching of 
the Lehigh/Paris Program with some of 
our students seeing Paris for the first 
time, under the tutelage of Ivan Zaknic. 
Nick Adams returned to us this fall from 
his year at the American Academy in 
Rome. A notable event for fall 1988 was 
the visit for six weeks of Mr. Cao Yin- 
gye, an artist from the Peoples Republic 



of China, who spoke on and demonstrat- 
ed traditional Chinese painting, visited 
classes and made us aware of the ancient 
and venerable culture of China. 

And as this is the last Epitome in 
which Mary Ellen Orben will appear, we 
would like to thank her for her 18 years 
of caring and tending for this depart- 
ment. Some of us may fade from stu- 
dents memories as they look back on 
their years here, but most will remember 
Mrs. Orben, her constantly full candy 
bowl, her help at pre-registration and her 
willingness to stop, listen and give 
friendly advice. She is always the first to 
speak, however quietly about our stu- 
dents needs: "As this is the last Epitome 
I will be in as a member of the Depart- 
ment of Art and Architecture, I would 
like to say that it has been a privilege for 
me to work at Lehigh and in the Depart- 
ment of Art and Architecture. The facul- 
ty has always been respectful of me, but 
what I would like to make known is that 
our faculty is very aware of the fact that 
they are here to teach. When I came in 
1970 you could count the majors on one 
hand without using all the fingers. Now 
the record speaks for itself. Limited en- 
rollment classes are a necessity, not a 
desire." 



First Row (Left to Right): A. Sinnot, B. Gardiner, S. 
Keegan, B. Squers, D. Duke, P. Sclar; Second Row 
(L to R): K. Adams, J. Whitehead, J. McCloskey, T. 
Hutchinson, J. Foley, J. Covert; Third Row (L to R): 
C. Anderson, S. Schultz, T. Turner, M. Rockovich. 




Academics 87 



Biology 




Front Row (Left to Right): D. Cundall, S. Krawiec, J. 
Sands, S. Herman, V. Ware; Back Row (L to R): H. 
Pritchard, C. Williamson, B. Hargreaves, M. 
Itzkowitz, P. Samollow, B. Bean. 



The biological sciences have been 
characterized as that science in the late 
twentieth century experiencing the 
greatest change. The Department of Bi- 



ology at Lehigh reflects that sense of vi- 
tality associated with change: new facul- 
ty recruited, expanded facilities on the 
Mountaintop, out-dated courses 
dropped, labs renovated in Williams 
Hall, new instructional programs intro- 
duced at Lake Lacawac, research funding 
sought and acquired, curriculum revi- 
sions advanced, extensive research 
equipment acquired, research activity in- 
creased, educational foundations ap- 
proached, new leadership chosen, sub- 
stantive seminar program implemented, 
resources for marine programs at the 
New Jersey Wetlands committed, stu- 
dent-oriented activities emphasized. 
This montage accurately produces the 
image of change so characteristics of the 
discipline. 



Chemistry 



Under the leadership of Department 
Chairperson (since 1981) G. Doyle 
Daves, Jr., the Chemistry Department 
has sought to build up existing research 
strengths in organic chemistry and sur- 
face science and to expand in the bio- 
chemical science area. To that end, eight 
new faculty have been added since 1982 - 
Professors Alhadeff, Behe and Lowe- 
Krentz in biochemical science, Profes- 
sors Larsen and Regen in organic, Pro- 
fessors Foster and Roberts in nuclear 
magnetic resonance applications and 
Professor Klebanoff in surface science. 
Professor Daves stepped down as depart- 
ment chairperson in July 1988 and was 
replaced by Henry Leidheiser, Jr., long- 
time faculty member and former head of 
Lehigh's Center for Surface and Coatings 
Research. Since Professor Leidheiser will 
retire in 1-2 years, a search is occurring 
for a new department chairperson. 

The transfer of the Chemistry Depart- 
ment from the College of Engineering 
and Applied Sciences to the College of 
Arts and Science in July 1987, has 
sparked a revision of undergraduate pro- 
grams which will apply to the class that 
entered September 1988. These include 
new B.S. pre-professional degree pro- 
grams in chemistry and biochemistry, 
which will parallel existing (and main- 
tained) programs in the Engineering Col- 
lege and a new B.A. chemistry program 




which is not pre-professional and is in 
keeping with the spirit of major pro- 
grams in the Arts College which typical- 
ly require ca. 30 hours in the major area. 
The department has been graduating 
only 10-20 undergraduates in all major 
programs in recent years but must teach 
high-enrollment courses in introduc- 
tory, organic and physical chemistry to 
service other departments. The depart- 
ment is, therefore, making every effort to 



(Left to Right): C. Kraihanzel, D. Zeroka, K. Schray, 
G. Simmons, L. Lowe-Krentz, J. Roberts, L. Kleban- 
off, J. Sturm. 

maintain quality teaching in these 
courses and keeping them "fresh" by ro- 
tating teaching assignments among fac- 
ulty with proven records of good teach- 
ing and by careful screening of incoming 
graduate students who are affered teach- 
ing assistantships. 



Arts & Scie 



Classics 




Left to Right: A. Rich- 
lin, E. de Angeli, J. Wil- 
liams, C.R. Phillips, D. 
Small. 



Front (Left to Right): E. 
Unger, E. Lotto, E. Fifer; 
Top (L to R): A. Bross, F. 
Hook, R. Harson, J. 
Fergus, W. Smith, J. 
Vickrey. 



English 




Academics 89 



Geology 




Front Row (Left to Right): D. Anastasio, K. Ko- 
dama; Back Row (Left to Right): D. Simpson, B. 
Carson, C. Moses, E. Evenson, P.B. Myers. 



The Geology Department faculty, as 
the students know us, is: Bobbbb "The 
Big Tuna" Carson, P.B. "We'll get back 
to that later" Myers, CB. "I never met a 
mineral I didn't like" Sclar, Dale "It's a 
personal world — if you don't like it 
there's something wrong with you" 
Simpson, Ken "Are we having fun yet?" 
Kodama, Peter "Reunite Gondwana- 
land" Zeitler, Dave "Let's go see one 
more outcrop before midnight" Anasta- 
sio, Carl "Where are you really?" Moses, 
and Ed "mammalated topography" 
Evenson. We have a great graduate stu- 
dent program — join them for popcorn 
and "Beverage" following Friday after- 
noon seminars. Remembering what the 
jackalope that ate Idaho said: "Subduc- 
tion leads to orogeny," "Geologists 
know their schist," "Meet me behind the 
outcrop baby, I'm a little boulder there." 
(-5 pts. - no vertical scale). 



Government 



Front Row (Left to Right): A. Wurth, F. Davis, F. Colon; 
Back Row (L to R): L. Olsen, E.P. Morgan, R. Matthews. 




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Arts & Science 



History 



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Front Row (Left to 
Right): K. Mattias, G. 
Cooper, J. Saeger, J. 
Smith, I. Duffy; Back 
Row (L to R): G. Jones, 
R. Simon, M. Baylor, J. 
Ellis, S. Goldman, S. 
Cutcliffe. 



International Relations 



The Department of International Re- 
lations assists students who wish to 
study abroad. There are established pro- 
grams in London, Paris, Geneva and 
Vienna. 

An exciting feature is the Cohen Inter- 
national Lecture Series which brings dis- 
tinguished speakers to the campus each 
year. Previous speakers have included 
Lord Carrington, Secretary-General of 
NATO and former National Security 
Advisor Zbigniev Brzezinski. 

Professor Rajan Menon is on leave of 
absence at the George F. Kennan Insti- 
tute in Washington. Professor Menon 
was awarded a fellowship at the Institute 
as well as a grant from the Council on 
Foreign Relations in New York. 

Professor Oles Smolansky gave sever- 
al lectures in Washington to State De- 
partment personnel and members of the 
defense community. 

Professor Ray Wylie organized a ma- 
jor conference at Lehigh for members of 
the East Asian Studies Association. 

Professor Bruce Moon delivered a pa- 
per at the annual meeting of the Interna- 
tional Studies Association. 




Front (Left to Right): B. Moon, R. Wylie; Top (L to 
R): O. Smolansky, C. Joynt, H. Barkey, M. Bernal, 
E. Rekhess. 



Academics 91 



Journalism 




Left to Right: Dina Wills, Sharon Friedman, Carole 
Gorney and Wally Trimble. 

The Journalism Department got a 
fresh coat of paint this year, but the 
changes are more than just skin deep. 

The office, in the basement of the Uni- 
versity Center, underwent renovations 
this summer to be finished just in time 
for the start of the fall semester. New 
carpeting, furniture and a few coats of 
beige and burgundy paint have bright- 
ened up the place and made us look as 
professional as we are. 

Speaking of being professional, the 
new, more demanding curriculum that 



went into effect this year added three 
new courses, but allows students more 
flexability in choosing their program. 
One important change was the addition 
of a mandatory three credit internship. 

The department's already strong aca- 
demic program in news/editorial, sci- 
ence writing and public relations was 
further enhanced this year with the addi- 
tion of oral communication. Assistant 
Professor Dina Wills, who previously 
was the lone speech faculty member in 
the old Division of Speech and Theater, 
joined the department to help link oral 
communication with journalism. 

Even a strong academic curriculum 



needs the latest and best teaching tools. 
The two computer labs are constantly in 
use as journalists learn up-to-date tech- 
niques of the communication age such as 
word processing, desk-top publishing 
and electronic role playing. 

With the help of a grant from General 
Motors, the department's own computer 
"guru," Associate Professor Wally Trim- 
ble, who has single handedly set up and 
kept running the computer networking 
systems in the labs, helped to develop a 
reporting scenario program. The game 
requires students to make appropriate 
choices in a disaster situation, while 
working against a computer clock, and 
leave enough time in the end to write a 
story before deadline. 

Department Chairperson Professor 
Sharon Friedman and her husband Ad- 
junct Professor Ken Friedman, were 
busy this year visiting Thailand in Janu- 
ary 1988 and co-authoring a United Na- 
tions handbook for environmental jour- 
nalists in Southeast Asia. Carole Gorney 
was awarded tenure this year as associate 
professor just in time for her accom- 
plishments in public relations to be rec- 
ognized by the Lehigh Valley Chapter of 
the IABC. Graham Fysh left the depart- 
ment to return to newspapers full time. 
He is now business editor for The Morn- 
ing News Tribune in Tacoma, Washing- 
ton, and says he is very happy there. The 
department also welcomed Visiting As- 
sistant Professor Frankie Hutton for the 
year. 

Although so much has happened in 
the past year, all the changes have still 
left Linda Lipko, our academic coordina- 
tor, without a window. 



Mathematics 



Front Row (Left to 
Right): J. King, G. 
McCluskey, G. Stengle, 
L. Keen (guest speaker), 
E. Pitcher, D. Sanchez, 
C.C. Hsuing; Back Row 
(L to R): A.K. Snyder, D. 
Davis, J. Yukich, C. 
Queen, L. Stanley, V. 
Dobric, B. Dotson, B. 
Eisenberg, D. Johnson, 
G. McAllister. 




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Arts & Science 



Modern Foreign Languages 




Left to Right: H. Parmet, D.W. Lewis, L.S. 
Lefkowitz, A. Prieto, T. Decker, D. Pankenier, M.S. 
Armstrong, A. Waldenrath. 

The Modern Foreign Language De- 
partment is into its second year of the 
language requirement, and is thriving 
with many new students. Most of our 
interested students combine foreign lan- 
guage study with fields like foreign ca- 
reers, business and international rela- 
tions. We have teaching assistants from 
abroad teaching for us and have sent new 



graduates abroad to teach English. Study 
abroad in the summer is also popular, 
and there are many programs to choose 
from including Lehigh's own and LVAIC 
programs. Our Foreign Study Scholar- 
ship Committee each year awards schol- 
arships to deserving students to help 
support their study for a summer, a se- 
mester or a year abroad. Students have 
been enjoying our new VCR in the lan- 
guage laboratory in Coppee Hall. It is 
being used to show films and for video 



teaching programs. 

This year the faculty has institutied a 
new Faculty Colloquium so that mem- 
bers can share with each other their cur- 
rent research. Dr. Marie-Sophie Arm- 
strong (French) who instituted the 
program was our first speaker and Dr. 
Peter Musolf (German) the second. Drs. 
David W. Lewis (French), David Panken- 
ier (Chinese) and Chair Anna P. Herz 
(Russian) are to be congratulated for re- 
ceiving a prestigious NEH award to de- 
velop and expand Chinese and Russian 
studies in the department. Dr. Marie He- 
lene-Chabut (French) is Visiting Assis- 
tant Professor with us this year, on leave 
from the University of Vermont. Dr. An- 
tonio Prieto (Spanish) represents us on 
the Latin American Studies Committee 
that sponsored lectures and film show- 
ings. The faculty were represented at the 
Modern Language Association meetings 
in December in New Orleans. Drs. Mu- 
solf and Chabut presented papers, Dr. 
Herz was present as a member of the 
committee developing a new program for 
the annual international MLA Bibliogra- 
phy, and Dr. Lenora D. Wolfgang as a 
Middle Atlantic States Regional 
Delegate. 




Left to Right: N. Sine, J. 
Bidlack, S. Sametz, P. 
Salerni ("The Prisoners 
of Lamberton"). 



Academics 93 



Philosophy 




Front: J. Hare; Back (Left to Right): G. Beam, J.R. 
Lindgren, N. Melchert, R. Gay, S. Goldman, R. 
Barnes, R. Dillon. 

The Philosophy Department contin- 
ues to flourish. The cottage is bursting at 
the seams, with Steve Goldman having 
taken up residence with us. We continue 
to discuss philosophy with each other 
continusously with interest and profit. 
All of us have been involved in publish- 
ing books and articles. The most recent 



book is by Ralph Lindgren on Sex Dis- 
crimination and the Law, 1988. The Phi- 
losophy Club is the strongest it has been 
in recent history. It has met every week 
to discuss topics from "Blissful Igno- 
rance" to "Morality." The club went on a 
"reading party" in the spring to an early 
18th Century house in North West Con- 
necticut. We discussed several movies, 
including Blue Velvet and Platoon, in 
conjunction with some readings from 



Jean-Paul Satre. 

We have introduced courses taught by 
members of the department in Engineer- 
ing Ethics, Cognitive Science, Modern- 
ism and Post-Modernism, Kierkegaard 
and Nietzsche and the Advanced Philos- 
ophy of Religion. 

Our Selfridge lecturer this year was 
Daniel Dennett, an international figure 
in Cognitive Science. He gave four facul- 
ty seminars, two public lectures, and met 
several times with students. He was im- 
pressively stimulating throughout the 
visit. 

The number of majors and minors and 
the enrollment in our courses has in- 
creased dramatically over the past few 
years. We attribute this mostly to the 
excellence of our department, but there 
may be other causes! Perhaps the mood 
of the times has changed so that the tra- 
ditional disciplines can again be seen as 
preparing students for flexible produc- 
tive and intellectually rewarding lives. 

Socrates said, "The unexamined life is 
not worth living." 



The Psychology Department, which 
has the greatest number of majors and 
the greatest number of minors in the 
Arts and Science College, also has one of 
the fastest growing graduate programs 
in the College. A dedicated group of 11 
faculty keeps at the leading edge of their 
particular fields by conducting research 
and presenting their work at major sci- 
entific conferences. A broad range of 
courses is offered in basic psychology as 
well as in the areas of biopsychology, 
cognition and learning, developmental, 
personality, experimental and abnormal 
psychology. Located in historical Chan- 
dler-Ullman Hall, we have ample space 
and state-of-the art facilities for upper- 
class undergraduate students to acquire 
valuable firsthand experience in the 
Child Development Laboratory, the Cog- 
nitive Laboratory, the Biopsychology Re- 
search Facility and the Phobia Research 
Program, etc. Also offered is a depart- 
mental honors program in which seniors 
can work on project to allow in-depth 
psychological study beyond that permit- 
ted by normal coursework. 

The BA in psychology provides prepa- 
ration for a variety of different fields. In 
addition to serving as a preparational de- 



Psychology 




gree for further study in psychology, our 
programs prepare graduates to go on to 
graduate school in social work, special 
education, medical and dental school and 
law school. The minor in psychology is 
often used in conjunction with degrees 
in marketing, international relations and 



Front Row (Left to Right): J. Nyby, W. Newman, L. 
Williams, G. Shortess, M. Richter; Back Row (L to 
R): A. Brody, B. Malt, D. Hyland, S. Barrett, S. Pipp. 

other fields. In summary, the Psycholo- 
gy Department faculty is committed to 
helping students achieve their full 
potential. 



Arts & Scie 



Physics 




First Row (Left to 
Right): B. Benson, J. 
McLennon, R. Folk, W. 
Smith; Second Row (L 
to R): W.B. Fowler, 
H.D. Ou-Yang, S. Rad- 
kin, R. Pakula, J. Licini; 
Third Row: R. Shaffer. 



The Physics Department at Lehigh is a 
moderately large, research oriented, de- 
partment which also plays a significant 
role in the undergraduate program. The 
department is located in the Sherman 
Fairchild Center for Physical Sciences. 
This complex includes the Sherman Fair- 
child Laboratory for Solid State Studies, 
the renovated five-story Physics Build- 
ing, and a major wing which connects 
these two buildings and houses research 
and teaching space. The department of- 
fers several large service courses to un- 
dergraduates in both the Engineering 
and Arts and Science Colleges. Each year, 
approximately 1200 students are enrolled 
in one of these introductory courses. In 
addition, the department offers four un- 
dergraduate degrees: B.A. and B.S. in the 
College of Arts and Science; B.S. in Engi- 



neering Physics and E.E.E.P. (five year 
program) in the College of Engineering. 

There is a broad spectrum of advanced 
courses available for students majoring 
in physics. The numbers of undergradu- 
ate degrees awarded yearly in physics is 
about ten, making it possible for all 
physics majors to become actively in- 
volved in one or more of the research 
programs of the faculty. Advanced lab- 
oratory work, in a formally scheduled 
course or as part of a research group dur- 
ing the summer, is an important part of 
each undergraduate physics major's pro- 
gram. Most physics majors will continue 
their studies in physics or a related field 
at the graduate level. 

The department is heavily engaged in 
graduate education, with about 50 full- 
time graduate students enrolled at any 



one time. Many of these students will be 
employed as part-time teaching assis- 
tants in the introductory courses as part 
of their training. Most of the remainder 
will be supported as either felows or re- 
search assistants. The department offers 
both the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees and ap- 
proximately two-thirds of the graduate 
students can be expected to continue on 
to the Ph.D. 

The on-going research activities of the 
twenty or so faculty members include 
the following: Solid-state physics (ex- 
perimental and theoretical); Atomic and 
molecular physics; Plasma spectroscopy; 
Nuclear theory; Physics of fluids; Statis- 
tical physics (experimental and theoreti- 
cal); Elementary particles (experimental 
and theorectical); Non-linear optics; and 
Van de Graaff studies. 



Social Relations 



Front Row (Left to Right): J. Mcintosh, R. Herren- 
kohl, J. Gatewood, D. Campbell, B. Frankel, P. Ko- 
zero, T. Blank, J. Lasker; Back Row (L to R): K. 
Stinson, B. Crustin, S. Clement, J. Specht. 




Academics 95 



Religion Studies 




Left to Right: N. Girar- 
dot, L. Silberstein, J. 
Reid, M. Raposa, L. 
Speller, J. Meskin. 



Caught on the run at Newark Interna- 
tional Airport, Lee Iacocca graciously, 
though breathlessly, consented to an in- 
terview with an intrepid student member 
of The Epitome staff. It seems that Mr. 
Iacocca, Lehigh's most famous alumnus 
and American folk hero, was on his way 
to last minute preparations for the July 
4th celebration of the refurbished Statue 
of Liberty. It is noteworthy that Mr. Ia- 
cocca's famous down-to-earth toughness 
and pragmatic optimism is tempered in 
this encounter by a strangely reflective, 
and somewhat tersely bittersweet, mood. 
The entire interview lasted only a hur- 
ried 17 minutes while Mr. Iacocca was 
rushing to make a connection at the air- 
port. We present here only the conclud- 
ing portion of the exchange. 

What? Did I hear you correctly, sir? 
Did you really say that your only regret 
is that you didn't double major in Engi- 
neering and Religion Studies* when you 
were at Lehigh? I don't understand . . . I 
don't . . . 

What's there to understand? The ex- 
planation is simple — though I'll admit I 
didn't feel that way at the time. In fact, I 
guess, I guess I felt the way most Lehigh 
students felt: why waste your time on all 
that artsie stuff. We all took it for grant- 
ed that it wasn't going to help us get a 
better job — or, at the time, help the war 
effort. Now, I think . . . 

Yes, Mr. Iacocca, but why Religion 
Studies? 

Well, its really pretty simple. It's 
something I started to think about the 
past few years while chairing the Statue 



of Liberty Commission . . . even when 
they tried to can me. You know, I almost 
think in a strange way it was a sort of 
unconscious reason why I didn't say 
very much about my years at Lehigh in 
my best selling autobiography. But you 
know just thinking about Lady Liberty . . 
. you know she's a great engineering feat, 
in fact a pretty damn impressive feat. 
She's really enough to make any Lehigh, 
or Chrysler, engineer feel his heart 
thump right through his plastic pen pro- 
tector. But you know, there's something 
more about it, something my father al- 
ways said . . . but I didn't understand it at 
the time. And ... by the way, what are 
you majoring in at Lehigh? 

I'm a business school student with a 
double major in econometrics ane entre- 
preneurial accounting . . . but please, Mr. 
Iacocca, so what? I still don't understand 
why Religion Studies? I just don't un- 
derstand . . . 

Well, maybe like me you'll see later. 
But listen to me now will you. You 
know, I think if I don't hurry I'm going 
to miss Mai Forbes and his helicopter to 
Ellis . . . Are we still going in the right 
direction? 

Yes. Yes, we're all right. We still have 
a little time . . . and I'm still confused. 
You're one of the richest and most fam- 
ous men in America. You invented the 
Mustang and saved Chrysler. How, Mr. 
Iacocca, how could you regret not having 
majored in Religion Studies? 

Hey, there's Mai waving. I'm going to 
have to make it snappy. As I said before, 
she got me thinking, that giant Lady 



with the big torch, and you know, I real- 
ized that I couldn't make sense out of 
her. How she was more than a great engi- 
neering project. You know, of course, 
that the French guy back then didn't 
know anything aboput CAD-CAM 
when he designed her. And what about 
our devotion to Old Lady Liberty. It's a 
little bit like my father used to say . . . 
but I'm getting off the point . . . and it's 
so simple . . . just like what a university 
is supposed to be. And . . . 

Quickly . . . they're calling you to the 
gate. 

It's like this . . . religion — and all that 
artsie stuff — it really does help us to un- 
derstand her, and ourselves . . and the 
world, the Japanese, Korean messiahs, 
Jerry Falwell, Bishop Tutu, the Pope and 
Father Curran, Nuns in central America, 
Big "Bob", the Wailing Wall and terror- 
ists, Taoists on Wall Street, Kadaffi, 
Black Ethiopian Jews and Yugo's — 
thank God they're not minivans — and, 
and frats at Lehigh and even entrepre- 
neurial accounting — but you'll have to 
ask Mai Forbes about that. You do un- 
derstand now, don't you? 

No!? (to Mr. Iacocca 's departing back) 
No. 

*A smallish, yet feisty, department in the Arts and 
Science College at Lehigh University that studies 
the role and significance of religion, throughout 
world cultures, in all aspects of human endeavor. 



L_ 



96 



Arts & Science 



Theater 




Front Row (Left to Right): N. Simmers, J. Milet, D. 
Purdy; Back Row (L to R): A. Wheat, P. Pepper. 



In the first year of the existence of the 
Theater Department at Lehigh our facul- 
ty, staff and students were both busy and 
productive. We mounted four mainstage 
productions in the Wilbur Drama Work- 
shop: Our Town, Old Times, A View 
From the Bridge, and Moonchildren. We 
hosted a professional actor and director 
as an artist in residence as well as 
mounted our first season subscription 
campaign. Many Lehigh students be- 
came season subscribers this year, and 
we thank them for their support. But 
mostly, we thank the hundreds of stu- 
dents who spend long evening hours dil- 
igently rehearshing, painting or sewing 
in order to bring our season to its 
completion. 



Urban Studies 



Front Row (Left to 
Right): R. Simon, B. 
Frankel, F. Colon, W. 
Pillsbury; Back Row (L 
to R): N. Adams, I. Zak- 
nic, D. Amidon. 




Urban Studies is not a major for faint- 
hearted collegians interested in shallow 
acquaintance with the latest "urban cri- 
sis" discovered by the breathless media. 
We seek to impact a careful analytical 
grasp of the patterns of life in large hu- 
man settlements. In the process, we try 
our best to deliver the classic benefits of 
a liberal arts education, helping our stu- 
dents to reason more clearly, search more 
diligently for the truth, and argue more 
effectively. We combine many disci- 
plines; an Urban Studies major takes 
courses with economists, architects, his- 
torians, anthropologists, political scien- 



tists, and perhaps even a geologist. Con- 
sequently, ours is a major readily 
combined with a second ("double") ma- 
jor, most commonly in Architecture, 
Economics, or Government. 

Most of our graduates have entered the 
business world, which suits us fine. 

We think the sort of broad-language 
liberal education we offer is the best pos- 
sible preparation for the adventures of 
the marketplace. Law is the second most 
popular career choice among Urban 
Studies majors. Others go into real es- 
tate, banking, public service (planning 
and city management), medicine, and 



architecture. 

We are a small operation and students 
get to know us well. Several courses in- 
clude field trips to Philadelphia or New 
York, and some students choose to spend 
internship semesters in Philadelphia or 
Washington for major credit. We are 
working on a revised curriculum which 
will greatly simplify the dauntingly 
complex description of the major found 
in the catalog. Our philosophy? You 
spend $16,000 a year to improve your 
mind and your chances in life. We aim to 
help our students do both. 



Academics 97 



College 
Of 



Richard Barsness 

Dean 




Business And 
Economics 




m 



Joseph Klein 

Assistant Dean 



98 



Business 




an i a 

BDTSI 




Academics 99 



Accounting 





Front Row (Left to Right): R. Pfenning, J. Hall, R. 
Lawrence, P. Gupta, J. Largay, J. Kercsmar, K. Sin- 
clair; Back Row (L to R): D. Bainbridge, K. Trexler, 
R. Mills, S. Webster, J. Paul, M. Davis, J. Maher. 



The Department of Accounting en- 
joyed a reputation as one of the strongest 
and largest programs for undergraduate 
majors on the campus. Approximately 
100 students graduated with 60% or more 
entering public accounting. Accounting 
Alumni rose to the highest ranks within 
their chosen professions. Among the 
larger public accounting firms, Lehigh 
alums were partners in each of the well- 
known firms. 

These alumni were also generous 
when it came to sharing their success 
with Lehigh. A trip through Drown Hall 
could find study lounges, classrooms 
and microcomputer laboratories fur- 
nished by graduates of the department. 

Also worth mentioning was the recent 
national accreditation attained for the 
undergraduate program in accounting. 
The curriculum leading to a major in 
accounting was one of 60 nationally ac- 
credited programs. The accreditation 
process of the American Assembly of 
Collegiate Schools of Business was a rig- 
orous examination of faculty, course 
content, students and resources which 
added additional luster to a program 
with a long history of success. 




usiness 



Economics 




Front Row (Left to Right): C. Callahan, J. Innes, G. 
Garb, B. Balabkins, JR. Aronson; Back Row (L to 
R): F. Gunter, A. King, V. Munley, R. Thornton, J. 
McNamara. 



The economics major is one of the 
largest majors in the University, with 
approximately 120 students in the Col- 
lege of Business and Economics and the 
College of Arts and Sciences electing the 
major. The department has an active 
Economics Society under the direction of 
Professor Colleen Callahan. The club 
provides a chance for students and eco- 
nomics faculty to meet informally on a 
regular basis to discuss current economic 
issues or aspects of the curriculum. It is 
also designed to bring in outside econo- 
mists as speakers and allows for commu- 
nication of job opportunities for eco- 
nomics majors which come to the 
attention of the faculty. 



Finance 



The field of finance is concerned with 
the transfer of funds from savers to users 
and the allocation of funds within an 
enterprise among competing demands 
for the funds. Attention is also focused 
on the institutions and instruments nec- 
essary to facilitate this transfer of funds. 
Hence, the Department of Finance offers 
courses and undertakes research in the 
areas of Business Finance, Investments, 
Security Analysis, Portfolio Manage- 
ment, Financial Flows and Markets, 
Bank Management, Financial Futures 
and Options and International Financial 
Management. In this way we have been 
able to prepare students for attractive ca- 
reers in the finance function of industri- 
al firms, brokerage houses, banks and 
other financial intermediaries such as 
banking, financial analysis, institutional 
investors and national and international 
capital markets. 




Left to Right: 5. Thode, P. Sisneros, C. Beidleman, R. Kish, P. Poole. 



Academics 101 



Law and Business 




Left to Right: B. Brockway, I. Achebe, G. Nation. 



The faculty of the Department of Law 
and Business consists of Ifeanyi Achebe, 
who specializes in commercial law, law 
and internship business; Brian Brock- 
way, who specializes in commercial and 
tax law; George Nation, who specializes 
in corporate and commercial law; and 
Perry Zirkel who specializes in labor and 
education law. Brockway and Zirkel are 
senior faculty, both of whom are at the 
distinguished level of "University Pro- 
fessor." Achebe and Nation are assistant 
professors, who add breadth and growth 
to the teaching, research and service ac- 
tivities of the department. 

The department provides a range of 
courses, form the popular university- 
wide offering in Introduction to Law to 
advanced graduate-level courses in Com- 
mercial Law. 

In the research area, the faculty con- 
tinues to increase their production of 
publications in national journals. 



Management 



Left to Right: J. Ste 
vens, S. Sherer, J 
Bunch, A. Bean, R 
Barsness, J. Hobbs, J 
Bonge, B. Litt. 




102 



Marketing 




Marketing embraces a wide range of 
career opportunities. Most of these ca- 
reers are challenging — and well paid. 
Far from being restricted to marketing 
majors, marketing offers opportunities 
for students from a wide variety of disci- 
plines. Students who look ahead to a 
possible marketing career can combine 
marketing courses and marketing expe- 
rience with other fields — marketing 
with engineering, for example, for a ca- 
reer in technical sales, or marketing with 
psychology, or economics, or marketing 
with a general M.B.A. Marketing is a 
pervasive activity: there is no area of hu- 
man endeavor that can do without it. 
And in our world of global competition, 
marketing has become even more impor- 
tant than in the past. 

Lehigh University students further 
their understanding of marketing and 
career preparation by joining the Lehigh 
Marketing Club, taking the basic mar- 
keting course and a few electives or by 
majoring in marketing. 



Front Row (Left to Right): R. Horton, J. Maskulka; 
Back Row (L to R): T. Maskulka, B. Smackey, J. 
Hansz. 



Academics 103 



College 
Of 



Alan Pense 

Dean 




Engineering And 




Applied 
Science 



George Kane 

Associate Dean 



104 



Chemical Engineering 




Left to Right: W. Luyben, W. Schiesser, I. Wachs, 
A. Klien, H. Stenger, F. Stein, H. Caram, J. Chen, 
M. Reilly, L. Sperling, C. Georgakis, M. El-Aasser, 
J. Hsu 

This has been an exciting year for the 
Chemical Engineering Department. 
First, we completed our move to the 
Mountaintop Campus facility. Here we 
occupy about one third of Building A, 
the 200,000 square foot flagship building 
that contains offices, classrooms, and 
laboratories. Additional pilot plant facil- 
ities will occupy approximately 10,000 
square feet of the adjacent Building H, 
the engineering-test building. Left be- 
hind in Whitaker is the Unit Operations 
Laboratory, a satellite office, and some 
faculty offices. This will not be for long 
since expansion plans call for additional 
space to move the undergraduate chemi- 
cal engineering laboratories and projects 
to the Mountaintop campus within the 
next few years. The move has allowed 
the consolidation in a single facility of 
most of the Chemical Engineering facul- 
ty and students by bringing together the 
Emulsion Polymers Institute, the Pro- 
cess Modeling and Control Center, the 
Bioprocessing Institute and the Thermo- 
fluids Institute. In addition to the attrac- 
tive surroundings, the larger offices, a 
new commons room, and site library 
provide a pleasant atmosphere that fa- 
vors the interaction between graduate 
and undergraduate students and faculty. 

The completion of the Unit Opera- 
tions Laboratory renovation was the 



happy culmination of a significant effort 
by our faculty and external sponsors to 
provide a state-of-the-art environment 
for undergraduate education. We have a 
number of new challenging experimen- 
tal units, including, among others, a gas 
membrane separation unit, a refrigera- 
tion cycle, a Joule-Thompson unit, a hy- 
drolysis plug flow and CSTR reactor sys- 
tem, a boiling loop, and heat exchanger 
experiment. All of these experiments 
have state-of-the-art instrumentation 
and some of them are equipped with mi- 
crocomputers for data acquisition and 
analysis. This also provided an opportu- 
nity to retire some experiments that had 
been with us for a long time and served 
us well, but may not be missed by either 
students or faculty. 

The Graduate Program continued the 
steady progress of the last few years. Last 
year alone we graduated about 14 Ph.D. 
Chemical Engineers. This, combined 
with the size of our graduate population 
(about 100), faculty (about 20), and re- 
search budget, puts the Department 
among the very large and prestigious 
ChE departments in the nation. A fur- 
ther boost to this effort was the award' to 
the Department of a grant from the U.S. 
Department of Education for a large 
number of graduate fellowships. This 
award, obtained in competition with 
about 700 proposals from some two hun- 
dred universities, will support five new 
students per year and will dramatically 
enhance our competitive position. 



Professors Leonard A. Wenzel and 
Curtis W. Clump retired from the active 
ranks. There are few words that can de- 
scribe Dr. Wenzel's contributions to our 
Department, both as a Chairman and as 
"journeyman" faculty. The same goes 
for Dean Clump for his teaching and 
steady guidance for undergraduates 
while in the Dean's office. These feelings 
were unanimously expressed by the large 
attendance at the farewell dinner. Re- 
gardless of the feelings, and except for 
occasional forays into exotic places like 
Alaska or Kenya, they seem to be using 
their emeritus status to remain as active 
in the Department as ever. This is, in- 
deed, good news. 

We were also happy to welcome our 
youngest faculty, Dr. Harvey Stenger, to 
the ranks of the tenured associate profes- 
sors. Dr. Stenger is active in the fields of 
Catalysis and Microelectronics Fabrica- 
tion and provided a final push for the 
completion of the Unit Operations Lab- 
oratory. He was a recipient of the Alfred 
Nobel Robinson Award for excellence in 
Teaching, Scholarship, and Service to the 
University. 

Dr. John C. Chen, our Chairman, was 
awarded the Donald Q. Kern Award for 
his contribution to Heat Transfer. This 
award, jointly sponsored by the AIChE 
and the ASME, is one of the most distin- 
guished in a field that has attracted some 
of the best engineering minds. 



106 



Engineering 



Civil Engineering 




(Left to Right): R. Slut- 
ter, G. Dinsmore, A. 
Sengupta, L. Beedle, J. 
Wilson, J. Fisher, H. 
Daniels, D. Van Horn, 
S. Pamukcu, L. Lu, R. 
Johnson, R. Sorenson, 
A. Ostapeuko, B. Yen, 
C. Driscoll, I. Kugel- 
man, T. huang. 



Computer Science And Electrical Engineering 



Front (Left to Right): J 
Rayna, L. Tuscher, J 
Hwang, F. Hielscher, H 
Olson, S. Corbesero, D 
Hillman, L. Varnerin 
Second Row (L to R): W 
Li, E. Kay, K. Preiss, M 
Hatalis, D. Frey, B 
Barnes, J. O'Connor 
Third Row (L to R): J 
Butt, D. Denton, D 
Christodoulides, C 
Holzinger, D. Talhelm 
G. Blank, R. Nagel, D 
Young. 



The Computer Science and Electrical 
Engineering Department is the largest 
academic department at Lehigh with 
about 450 undergraduates (sophomore to 
senior) and 217 graduate students, of 
which 90 are full time. The CSEE curric- 
ula within the College of Engineering 
and Applied Science are accredited in 
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engi- 
neering and Computer Science. These 
disciplines are central to the national ef- 
fort to deal with the issues of interna- 
tional competitiveness. They range from 
the fundamental design and theoretical 
aspects of engineering to computer and 
informational systems required to man- 
age and transform major production or 
administratively orientated enterprises. 

Active faculty review of the under- 




graduate program assures timely re- 
sponse to meet the demands of the rapid 
progress in our disciplines. Equally im- 
portant has been a recognition for the 
need to provide more opportunities for 
students to meet and work with faculty 
members in less formal settings. These 
include working with student organiza- 
tions such as IEEE student branch and 
an Artificial Intelligence student group. 
A faculty committee works actively to 
increase these interactions, with, for ex- 
ample, special orientation days for soph- 
omores and with more activities of a sim- 
ilar nature. 

Computer facilities have been expand- 
ed significantly by a recent AT&T award 
to strengthen our UNIX environment 
through a second 3B15 superminicom- 



puter as well as sixteen graphics termi- 
nals. Beyond this are departmental Intel, 
Sun, Tektronix, Valid and Hewlett Pack- 
ard workstations for both instructional 
and research use. Opportunities exist for 
undergraduates to participate in these 
activities. 

Research activities include extensive 
facilities and work in semiconductor de- 
vices including silicon processing facili- 
ties within Fairchild Laboratory, broad 
electronic design including both VLSI 
and high frequency microwave circuits, 
error-correction coding theory, computer 
networking, parallel architectures, com- 
puter expert systems and artificial 
intelligence. 



Academics- 107 



Materials Science And Engineering 




Front Row (Left to Right): W.C. Hahn, D. Williams, 
A. Benscoter, S. Butler, S.K. Tarby; Back Row (L to 
R)i H. Jain, C. Lyman, G. Connelly, A. Marder, G. 
Miller, R.W. Kraft. 



There was a lot going on within the 
Department of Materials Science and En- 
gineering during this past year. Profes- 
sor Richard W. Hertzberg returned from 
his sabbatical leave in July and immedi- 
ately set about the task of restructing the 
undergraduate curriculum. The goal will 
be to provide each student with a core of 
courses in metals, ceramics, plastics and 
electronic materials and then permitting 
the student the opportunity to specialize 
further in one of these areas during their 
senior year. The revised curriculum 
moved along nicely and may be in place 
within the year after receiving the ap- 
proval from various advisory bodies on 
campus. In making these changes, the 
department faculty consulted with their 
visiting committee of advisors as well as 
with other leaders from industry. 



At the same time, the department took 
the first steps toward upgrading the un- 
dergraduate teaching laboratories. The 
metallography labs received some much 
needed attention but much remains to be 
done. A light optical microscope was 
purchased for use by undergraduates 
with the new image analysis laboratory. 
The latter new facility includes four 
Macintosh II computer, optical scanner, 
digitizing tablet and associated software. 
This computer facility will be linked 
with new optical microscope and the de- 
partment's electron microscope facility 
for the purpose of quantitative image 
analysis and digitized storage of micro- 
scopic images and associated data. This 
new laboratory is truly a state-of-the-art 
facility and will greatly benefit both our 
undergraduate and graduate teaching 
and research activities. 

Research activities in ceramics, elec- 
tron optics, fracture of metals, polymers, 
ceramics, and composites, superconduc- 



tivity, and metal forming continue at a 
high level with most faculty involved in 
one or more research projects. True to 
the spirit of cooperation within the de- 
partment, many of these projects are di- 
rected by a team of professors. 

The quality of the faculty has been 
recognized by professional organizations 
with Professor David B. Williams award- 
ed Fellow status with ASM Internation- 
al. Professors Chou and Avitzur shared 
the Blackall Award from ASME. Profes- 
sor Hertzberg completed the third edi- 
tion of his textbook which is used in 
MAT 218. 

A number of undergraduate students 
in the department are scholarship recipi- 
ents. These students are Ann Bolcavage 
('89), Sarah Hayward ('89), Stacey Slabik 
('89), William Rossi ('90), Michael 
Walmer ('90), Judy Chow ('91), Marc 
Leuzzi ('91), Brian McDonald ('91), San- 
dra Stelling ('91), and Sandra Verish ('91). 



Engineer! 



Industrial Engineering 




Front (Left to Right): M. Thomas, J. Adams, J. Wi- 
ginton, G. Kane: Back (L to R): R. Storer, E. Zim- 
mers, G. Wilson, G. Tonkay, D. Wu, N. Odrey, L. 
Plebani, 

The past four years seemed like an 
eternity to wait when I was a freshman. 
Now my picture is in this book as a 
graduating senior. What has happened 
to the time? 



The last time I looked there were still 
two programs due in Engineering I. Or 
am I confusing that with the homework 
assignments for Adam's probability 
course? No, now that I think about it, 
the assignment was the jig and fixture 
design for Groover and Odrey and Ton- 
kay. How about that plant layout project 
for Richardson; whoever heard of mak- 



ing ice machines in a triangular plant? 
That was fun, but furious. 

It was great in the senior year moving 
into Mohler Lab. It is much easier to find, 
the faculty now but it is much harder to 
hide from them when Kane is looking 
for someone for project presentation. I 
hope I have all that computerized plan- 
ning that Wiginton and Wu and Zinners 
were thinking about down pat because it 
sounds like the company is going to ex- 
pect me to know that. I can't forget what 
Storer told us about quality control, I 
just know that's the first thing they're 
going to ask me about when I get to 
work. No, I know they're going to ask 
me about those mathematical models 
that Plebani and Thomas and Wilson 
kept after me about, or is it going to be 
those microprocesses that Sathya keeps 
saying are the wave of the future? I can't 
be sure! Maybe I better go to graduate 
school. No! Get a hold of yourself, it's 
time to go to work, seventeen years of 
school is enough! Everybody else looks 
confident and self assured. I know I 
know as much as they do. If not, at least 
I'll tell them that. Time to go, see you at 
our tenth reunion! 



The faculty welcomed this year a new 
addition, Professor Antonios Liakopou- 
los, in the area of thermofluids, who 
came to us from System Dynamics In- 
corporated, Florida. The year was also 
highlighted by the move of a number of 
faculty to Packard Laboratory who now 
occupy space previously allocated to the 
Industrial Engineering Department. In 
addition, shop facilities were moved to 
the ground floor and a general relocation 
and upgrading of laboratories is under- 
way. On sabbatical were Professor D. 
Gary Harlow, at the Naval Postgraduate 
School, Monterey, California; Professor 
Kyra Stephanofff, under a Women Pro- 
fessor Visiting Fellowship at Cornell 
University; and Professor George Sih, on 
internal leave to devote full time to re- 
search. Three endowed Professorships 
were awarded: Professor Fazil Erdogan 
was appointed G. Whitney Snyder Pro- 
fessor, and Professors Donald O. Rock- 
well and Robert P. Wei were appointed 
Paul B. Reinhold Professorships. Profes- 
sor Bruce Murray resigned from the fac- 
ulty to take a position with the National 
Institute of Standards and Technology 
(National Bureau of Standards) in 
Washington. 



Mechanical Engineering 




Front Row (Left to Right): R. Sarubbi, R. Hartranft, 
D. Rockwell, F. Erdogan, A. Kalnins, D.G. Harlow; 
Back Row (L to R): C. Smith, T. Terry, P. Blythe, S. 
Johnson, T. Delph. 



Academics 109 




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Activities 115 



Residence Halls Council 




Front Row (Left to Right): L. Berner, A. Zarouni, 
J. Vignola, S. Verish, W. Paley, T. Koch; Second 
Row (L to R): M. Gibson, K. Motiwalla, J. Shu- 
mofsky, A. Feinstein, S. Parmele, K. Schweitzer; 
Third Row (L to R); N. Banerjee, V. Stange, B. 
Finn, C. Ferrari, F. Steitz, D. Picone, J. Biron, K. 
Blumenfeld, A. Lim, T. Madonna; Fourth Row 
(L to R): W. Baralt, S. Lettle, J. Robertson, S. 
Goldborg, J. Howard, B. Hamilton, B. Bognton. 



Government 




The first RHC Week, in October, 
The award winning program, One Night 
Stand, every Thursday night, 
The Astonishing Neal, back by popular 
demand, 

Transportation for Residence Hall students 
to the Lafayette game, 

Representation at national and regional 
conferences of the National Association of 
College and University Residence Halls, 
The Residential Edge newsletter, 
Organizational and financial support for 
the South African Scholarship Fund, 
Programming dollars for all residence halls, 
Services including linen exchange, dry- 
cleaning, vending machines, coin-op laun- 
dry machines, change machines, newspaper 
delivery . . . 

WERE PROUDLY BROUGHT TO YOU 
BY THE RESIDENCE HALLS COUNCIL. 



1988-89 RHC EXECUTIVE BOARD: 

Julie Shumofsky, president 

William Paley, vice president 

Kashmira Motiwalla, activities 

coordinator 

Stephanie Parmele, secretary 

Amy Feinstein, treasurer 

Kevin Schweitzer, concessions manager 

Melvin Gibson, concession manager 

Nancy Held, assistant concessions 

manager 

Deborah Picone, nat'l. communications 

coordinator 



HOUSE PRESIDENTS: 

May-Win Thein, Brodhead 

Mark Levine, Dravo 

Brian Boynton, Drinker 

Scott Goldberg, Hillside House 

Craig Ferrari, Lower Centennials 

Brett Finn, McClintic & Marshall 

Frank Steiz, Packer House 

Steve Lettie, Richards 

Jessie Robertson, Richards 

Ed Hutter, Saucon Village 

Jennifer Allen, Taylor College 

John Howard, Trembley Park 

Annie Lim, International House 

Thomas Koch, German House 

Andy Schwartz, Community Service 

House 

Bill Hamilton, Outdoor Activities 

House 



Student Activities Council 





Front Row (Left to Right): J. Simberg (Vice-Presi- 
dent), D. Hirschberg (Concerts Chair), C. Seltzer 
(Special Events Chair), G. Oratz (Entertainment 
Chair); Back Row (L to R): L. Rich (Publicity Chair), 
W. Suter (President), S. Cooper (Films Chair), C. 
Goldberg (Publicity Vice-Chair), D. Leonard (Films 
Vice-Chair), P. Sprayregen (Secretary/Treasurer), 
K. Wolfe (Coordinator), S. Addonizio (Entertain- 
ment Vice-Chair). Not Pictured: M. Goldman (Con- 
certs Vice-Chair), M. Seigle (Special Events Vice- 
Chair). 



Activities 117 



IFC 



Jeff Eichman (President), Kevin Perry (Vice -Presi- 
dent), Tom Neff (Secretary), Brian Briggs (Treasur- 
er), Steve Lyons (Community Relations), Gary 
Crichton (Faculty Relations), James Boylan (Hous- 



ing), John Bowman (Publicity), Eric Corbin (Public- 
ity), Tony Wolk (Rush), Kevin Baker (Rush), Rob 
Smithers (Scholarship), Tom Westdyk (Social), 
Matt Deutscher (Judical). 




118 



Panhel 




Back row (1 to r): Lisa Altieri, Hei- 
di Miller, Diana Beaner, Kirsten 
Halvorsen. Middle row: Michelle 
Panick, Beth Short, Danielle La- 
tourette, Stephanie Philips, Hen- 
riette Eisner, Carolyn Huntowski. 
Bottom Row: Linda Emery, Jodi 
Schell, Liz Estroff, Megan Ca- 
puano. Missing: Liz Lovelle. 



Class of 1989 Officers 




Front Row: (L to R) Robert Kossar (President), Judy 
Bernstein (Vice-President). Back Row: Beth Ann 
Malnowski (Secretary), Kerry Ritrievi (Class Advi- 
sor), Cyndi Belle (Treasurer). 



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Activities 119 



Asian 

Students 

Association 

The Asian Students Association was 
founded in the fall of 1988 to unite dif- 
ferent cultural organizations and orga- 
nize events to unite Lehigh University 
and the surrounding community. 



The ASA held a Eurasia-night at the beginning of 
November in the Alumni Memorial Building. 
Members from both the ASA and International 
Club were entertained by a belly dancer, and were 
able to enjoy different foods representing the many 
diverse cultures that make up both groups. 






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Front Row (Left to Right): B. Stuart (Treasurer), M. 
Thein (Director of Public Relations); Back Row (L 
to R): R. Shayan (President), N. Hassim (Vice-Presi- 
dent). Not Pictured: A. Lim (Secretary) and D. Price 
(Publicity Manager) 



120 



East Asian Society 



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W. Lee, G. Hghe, T. Fung, W. Sun Yoo, J. Tan, N. Hsi, T. Wang, J. Wang, W.S. Loke, L. Chan, S. Kongsiri, M. Poblete, V. Pa- 
terno, S. Budidharma, D. Schwartz, M. Bayer, D. Lee, B. Stuart, P. Lamsam, C. Choe, W. Yeung, A. Lim, M.W. Thein, N. 
Hassi'm, R. Agustines, S. Wong, J. Ahn, L. Chain, S.F. Chen, J. Natahusada, I. Sidharta. B. Suttabustya, R. Darmawan, R. Chu, 
J. Hsu. 



International Club 




The International Club, one of the 
largest on the Lehigh campus, is an asso- 
ciation that aims to present the world's 
variety of cultures to the Lehigh campus. 
The club, which has American as well as 
international members, organizes a se- 
ries of events to introduce people to the 
home cultures of our international stu- 
dents. The year's highlight is the Inter- 
national Dinner, in which many of our 
members cook authentic national dishes 
and present cultural performances. Oth- 
er events include a festival of foreign 
films and guest lectures. 

The International Club also acts as a 
forum for the concerns of international 
students. To this end, we have increased 
contact with the international associa- 
tion of other east coast universities to 
discuss issues of common concern to for- 
eign students and to devise new ways in 
which Lehigh can help its own interna- 
tional students. 



Activities 121 



Black Students Union 




The Black Students Union is an orga- 
nization established to foster Black uni- 
ty, pride, and cultural awareness within 
our university and community, through 
social and political functions. Activities 
throughout the year have included: 
The celebration of Kwanzaa 
Trips to the Smithsonian Museum of Af- 
rican Art 

Annual Unity Dinner 
Selected speakers such as: 

Dr. Nairn Akbar (noted Psychologist) 
Attalah Shabazz (daughter of the late 
Malcolm X) 

Rev. Buster Soares (Youth Coordinator 
and coordinator of Operation PUSH) 

Rev. Ralph Abernathy (Pastor of Eb- 
enezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Geor- 
gia, and noted Civil Rights activist) 

Motown Revue (talent show featuring 
music from the Motown era — the 1960's 
and 1970' s) 

Any student interested in the promo- 
tion of the goals of the BSU may gain 
membership. 

Our goal as an organization, among 
other things, is to have the many note- 
worthy achievements of African-Ameri- 
cans recognized. We are very proud of 
our history! Thank you Marcus Garvey, 
Sojourner Truth, Paul Robeson, Chaka 
Zulu, Rosa Parks, Imhotep, Malcolm X, 
Cleopatra, and all of the African-Ameri- 
can graduates of Lehigh, who came be- 
fore us to make our path a little easier! 
Amandla! 



The members of BSU are: K. Young, M. Serran, C. Hubbard, H. Ramos, A. Potter, M. Gowdy, M. Gibson, J. Rose, D. James, D. If ill, B. Johnson, T. Jones 
(Vice-President), M. Jones, D. Rogers, D. Mbonu, P. Hudson, S. Ashby, C. Olayinka, J. Hipps, G. Hall, J. Brown, E. Ramos, M. Ross, N. Mukenge, N. 
Brown, J. Curtis, Y. Blakeney, R. Edwards, R. Wilson, T. Thomas, J. Dickens, B. Andrews, G. Wynne, M. Webb, D. Owens, G. Morris, M. Willis, K. Reid, 
M. Gaskins (President), W. Bethea (Treasurer), and N. Mott (Secretary). 



1 rogressive Dtudent Alliance 




Members of PSA are: B. Prestia, L. Levy, S. 
Hiestand, C. Van Der Karr, G. Vicchiolla, M. 
D'Alessandro, P. Moore, E. Naylor, M. Gilden- 
berg, J. Norris, M. Oswald, L. Montgomery, S. 
Leibowity, M. Thein, J. Haddad, T. Campi. 



Public Relations Student Society of A 



merica 




Not Pictured: J. Chapel, K. Cholak, P. Feidel- 
son, B. Hershman, G. Horn, K. Jarrett, M. Kir- 
zon, J. Laudenbach, J. Massa, M. Pagnotta, T. 
Rangaiah, M. Sakowitz, L. Vogelbaum, D. Vuje- 
vich, and J. Whitney. 



From Left to Right: D. Alcure, K. Kudzma, W. Suter, M. Campbell, Advisor C. Gorney, S. Keen, and A. 
Shane. 



Activities 123 



The Epitome 




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Top Row: (L to R) Lisa Bolitsky (Editor), Debbie Davidson (Asst. Photo Ed.), Corey Abate (Activities Ed.), Beth Cottingham (Activities Ed.). Middle Row: 
Professor Carole Gorney (Advisor), Nancy Howard (Managing Ed.), Tom Crofton (Photo Ed.), Amy Wilkowie (Living Ed.), Joe Devito (Academics Ed.), 
Nancy Fitzgerald (Living Ed.). Front Row: Young Hong (Photo), Karin Cholak (Sports Ed.), Susan Moebus (Seniors Ed.), Andrea Trapnell (Features Ed.), 
Meghan Rowe (Features Ed.), Stephanie Fallone (Business Mgr.). Missing: Lisa Silver (Sales Mgr.), Laura Schifflin (Advertising Mgr.), Jamie Wallace 
(Academics Ed.), Susan Marra (Living Ed.), Teresa Bzdek (Seniors Ed.). 




With the school year far gone comes 
the appearance of another Epitome. As 
always, the book came together as a re- 
sult of much time, care, and arguments 
by the fine people who comprised the 
staff of The Epitome. Through the many 
bottles of aspirin, the endless shouting 
competitions, and the too few compli- 
ments uttered, we are proud of this book 
and find it worthy of being placed next 
to those yearbooks that have preceeded 
it. 

Of course, all good things must come 
to an end, and so we say goodbye to 
everyone in the Class of 1989, who are 
now allowed to pass Go and move on to a 
life outside of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 
They have earned their degrees, and our 
respect along the way as well, so now 
they must pass as adults with a sense of 
responsibility and a mind for diligence. 
Leaving with them are five of our finest 



Activities 125 




126 




editors, who gave so much of their time 
and helped this book to be the best it 
could be. 

Given the dubious honor of leader, 
guide, and miracle-maker was Lisa Bo- 
litsky, who always held her head high 
and wore a smile on her face (even 
though most of the time there was noth- 
ing to smile about). With her as Editor- 
in-Chief, The Epitome got a new look, 
some new ideas, and a new sense of in- 
novation while still holding on to the 
steadfast traditions that make Lehigh the 
university it is. To the woman who was 
always there to lend support and be a 
friend, we wish you, Lisa, luck as you 
enter the real world of engineering, and, 
more importantly, may you NEVER ex- 
perience stress as you knew it while cre- 
ating this book. 

Heading up the business end of The 
Epitome was Stephanie Fallone, who 
managed the influx of funds so well that 
we took in even more money than last 
year. (Now that's a difficult task!) Her 
accomplishments in this endeavor, as 
well as in academics, promises to pay off 
in her accounting job in New York. We 
send you on your way with many wishes 
of good luck and success. 

Another prominent female well on her 
way (of getting out of Lehigh, that is) is 
Karin Cholak, our beloved Sports Editor. 
Miraculously, she completed the entire 
sports section on her own, continuing 
the tradition recently begun on The Epi- 
tome's staff, which is to have one person 
work alone on sports, and having that 
person be a female. With her at the 
sports helm, we had nothing to worry 



about, and we profusely thank you, Ka- 
rin, for producing such excellent work 
under such diress. 

Also working under none-too-pleas- 
ant conditions was the effervescent Deb- 
bie Davidson. As Assistant Photography 
Editor, she did her best with the quality 
of material handed to her, but in the end 
she finished her job accurately, with the 
fewest possible complications, and got 
the photographs in on time (well, almost 
on time). We thank you too, Deb, and 
know you will work as hard for a real 
establishment as you did for The 
Epitome. 

Finally, we did it before but we have to 
do it again, goodbye to Joe Devito, who 
snuck back for another semester of fun 
in the Bethlehem air (you just couldn't 
stay away, could you, Joe?) This time 
around, Joe was Academics Editor and, 
as always, did an impeccable job with his 
section. Well, now, for the last time, 
goodbye, thanks for all you have done, 
we really appreciated the help — but be 
on your way to law school already! 

All in all, did we get some calls from 
irate parents? Yes. Did we yell a lot? Oh 
yeah. Did we miss some deadlines? Plen- 
ty of them. But did we have fun? You 
bet, and that makes it all worth it. We 
hope you enjoy this book and are pleased 
with it as much as we are proud of it. 
1989 Epitome Editors 





Activities 127 



The Brown and White 



FALL STAFF 



Eric Rothenberg 
Mary Greczyn 

Caroline West 
Steve Svekis 
Jeffrey Kollin 
Jason Melchner 
Shawn Farrell 
Mark Aronson 
Evan Segal 



Editor-in-Chief 
Managing/Editorial 
Page Editor 
News Editor 
Sports Editor 
Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 
Circulation Manager 
Credit Manager 
National Ad Manager 



Bryan Dorf 
Mike Kaufman 
Jay Bluestine 
Dianne Carlin 
Dina Alcure 
Michelle Grossman 
Laurie Parton 
Joe Daly 
David Tratner 
Brian Hensel 
Kathleen Gorman 
Judy McGrath 



Controller 
Contract Manager 
Collection Manager 
Asst. News Editor 
Features Editor 
Asst. Features Editor 
Asst. Features Editor 
Asst. Sports Editor 
Sports Desk Editor 
Sports Desk Editor 
Senior Photo Editor 
Photo Editor 



Laura Marturana 
Mary Kate Sheridan 
Andrew Shane 
Julie Shumofsky 
Christine Corcoran 
Meredith Seigle 
Nick Chini 
Wendy Fried 
Mary Pagnotta 
Dee Vujevich 
Louise Weston 



Asst. Photo Editor 
Asst. Photo Editor 
Layout Editor 
Layout Editor 
Asst. Layout Editor 
Asst. Layout Editor 
Chef Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 



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Mary Greczyn 
Caroline West 
Steven Svekis 
Dianne Carlin 
Joseph Daly 
Jeffrey Kollin 
Jason Melchner 
Shawn Farrell 



Editor-in-Chief 
Managing Editor 
Editorial Page Editor 
News Editor 
Sports Editor 
Business Manager 
Advertising Manager 
Circulation Manager 



Bryan Dorf 
Mark Aronson 
Evan Segal 
Jay Bluestine 
Pam Lott 
Dan Kasun 
Robyn Suriano 
Louise Weston 
Scott Emerman 
Brian Hensel 
Aaron Young 



Credit Manager 
National Ad Manager 
Controller 
Contract Manager 
Design Editor 
Art Director 
Asst. News Editor 
Arts & Leisure Editor 
Asst. Sports Editor 
Sports Desk Editor 
Sports Desk Editor 



Jim Kolberg 
Barry Classman 
Andrew Shane 
Julie Shumofsky 
Meredith Seigle 
Joyce Fertig 
Mary Pagnotta 
Dan Anders 
Nick Chini 
Adrienne Tsang 
Wendy Fried 



Photo Editor 
Asst. Photo Editor 
Layout Editor 
Layout Editor 
Asst. Layout Editor 
Asst. Layout Editor 
Chief Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 
Desk Editor 




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Activities 129 



WLVR 



DJ Pete Moore spins some tunes during his radio 
show Monday mornings, from 11:00 am through 
1:00 pm. 





DJs and other various life forms belonging the WLVR family are: D. Anders, B. Andrews, U. Anjurwalla, R. Baum, A. Bennett, R. Binetti, S. Black, B 
Brennan, E. Boyle, M. Cabrera, M. Broyowski, D. Cappieillo, M. Carey, A. Caruso, R. Coffin, B. Colon, S. Corey, C. DeHoratius, J. Dolan, S. Downey, C 
Dresen, S. Dubitsky, F. Durkin, M. Eckmann, S. Ehlers, N. Fantuzzi, J. Gendel, M. Gildenberg, A. Gorton, S. Goyal, M. Greczyn, A. Griff, H. Gruver, N 
Harrison, H. Hashemi (Music Director), E. Iverson, K. Janulis, G. Johnson (External Secretary), S. Johnson, T. Kandell, J. Kaplan, J. Kelly, D. Kennedy, T 
Kerr, P. Kravitz, E. Leugers, S. Lettie, M. Liner (Music Director), D. Madeo (Internal Secretary), J. Malgiolio, B. McCloskey, M. McGovern, D. McShane, J 
Melkmann, P. Messikomer, C. Miller, J. Miller, P. Moore, S. Moskowitz, B. Murphy, R. Nathan, N. Mott, M. O'Connor (General Manager), J. Pachence, 
A. Paghidas, M. Pachter, M. Pagnotta, B. Paley, G. Pergament, L. Peyton-Jones, E. Pitney, B. Prestia, A. Preusse, C. Ramey, E. Ramos, I. Reid, A. Rockman 
(Public Service Director), C. Senft, J. Shoneman, J. Smith, B. Stuart (Business Director), L. Taiman, J. Ullman, K. Wastler, K. Wayne, K. Wenger, T. 
Westdyke, J. Wilson, J. C. Wilson, A. Young, M. Zappa. 



130 



Mustard and Cheese Drama 
Society 




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of Old Times. 

Members of M&C are: S. Bean, R. Bohnenberger 
A. Boswell, L. Bronstein, T. Browne, K. Eichwald 
K. Ericson, C. Fersko, A. Gardner, P. Gobney, L 
Gigliotti, M. Haisten, N. Held, J. Herrman, J. Her- 
ron, W. Hoerres, E. Huret, A. Kantra, G. Katz, D 
Kruglick, J. Krupa, J. Lewis, H. Logan, D. Manicke 
J. Massa, B. McVeigh, J. Neiman, T. Nolan, J 
Oravitz, K. Parker, L. Peterson, A. Pollock, J 
Raines, A. Schragger, D. Silverman, T. Simmons 
T. Stephenson, S. Svekis, D. Veith, J. Ziegler, G 
Zink. 



Dancin 




Lynda Stone stretches out before the group begins 
practice. 



Front Row (Left to Right): L. Stone, K. St. Pierre, G. Gill; Back Row (L to R): A. Gordon M DeFilippo S 
Ottone, W. Young, M. Mendez, K. Zygmun. Not Pictured: K. Atkiss, B. Demarte, L. Micale S PappdisY 
Rich. 



Activities 131 



MARCHIN' 97 



Lehigh University's Marchin' 97 has 
been part of Brown and White football 
tradition for more than three decades. 
This year the tradition continues as the 
band moved over the mountain to its 
new home in the Philip Rauch Field 
House. This new home put the band's 
facilities in close proximity to the new 
Murray H. Goodman Stadium. The new 
home also proved to be a good platform 
from which the band could travel to the 
two closest away games other than the 



traditional Lehigh-Lafayette game: Wil- 
liam & Mary in Virginia, and Northeast- 
ern in Boston. 

With the aid of director/advisor C.J. 
Hamman, students organize all aspects 
of their performances, from writing the 
shows to conducting field rehearsals, 
and playing in the stands. The Band is 
managed by Jim Kolberg ('89), with the 
assistance of Drum Major Daemon 
Heckmon ('89), and Student Conductor 
Ed Allen ('89), who conducts the music in 
the stands. Assistant managers include 
Senior Representative and Freshman 
Manager Steve Kohl ('89), Staff Assistant 
Caren Rosenberg ('89), Librarian David 
Long ('88), Instruments and Uniform 
Manager Tina Minor ('90), and Publicity 
Manager Jeff Baker ('89). 



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A terrorizing Troy tramples the tarmac while lead- 
ing the trombones onward. 



Dave Carroll harnessing the heartbeat of the 97. 




Activities 133 



Eta Kappa Nu 




J. Baker, M. Bellinger, D. Calia, T. Chan, L. Chasin, J. Degler, K. Donlin, E. Drager, S. Firth, N. Hassim, D. Heckman, P. Hedrick, P. Hyde, V. Kenkel, H. 
Kramer, J. Lutz, K. McConnell, S. Mellin, W. Melvin, T. Miller, J. Nadeau, B. Pedrow, L. Peterson, C. Read, L. Schimanski, B. Steele, W. Taylor, D. White- 
field, S. Willoughby. 



134 



Tau Beta Pi 




Tau Beta Pi encompasses all fields of engineering, and this year has over 80 members. 



Front Row (Left to Right): E. Drager (President), J. 
Willard (Vice-President), P. Kuljian (Treasurer); 
Back Row (L To R): R. Vollmer (Recording Secre- 
tary), J. Levins (Initiate Coordinator), M. Seventko 
(Corresponding Secretary). 



Alpha Pi Mu 



Front Row (Left to Right): S. Shaffer, H. Kortright 
(Secretary), J. Uman, Mahd Kamal Arifin Mahd Jan; 
Back Row(L to R): Prof. Richardson, R. DeMeulemees- 
ter (Vice-President), K. Eckbreth, J. Kollin (President), 
K. Kinne (Treasurer), Prof. Odrey. Not Pictured: D. 
Berman, K. Ciacca, E. Feitzinger, M. Johnston, M. Mit- 
lehner, T. Smith, E. Stogner, R. Vaccari. 




Activities 135 



Finance Club 




136 



Marketing Club 




Student Materials Society 




Activities 137 



The National Society of Scabbard and Blade 



H Company, Third Regiment 
Chapter of the National Society of 
Scabbard and Blade was introduced in 
the 1922-1923 school year. Member- 
ship is by nomination and vote of ac- 
ceptance by the current members of 
the chapter. The company was orga- 
nized to raise the standards of military 
education, foster qualities of leader- 

Societies 

ship, and unite in closer relationship 
the Military Science and other univer- 
sity departments. The Major events of 
1988-1989 include planning and host- 
ing the 20th annual Army ROTC 
Dining-In, Operation Santa Claus, 
Fruit Baskets, and hosting the 67th 
annual Military Ball. 




Front Row (Left to Right): D. Hudak (Secretary), M. McHale (Vice-President), C. Cordon (President), E. Gliot 
(Treasurer); Second Row (L to R): S. Nestler, P. Mazzella, B.J. Wilson, L. Owens, P. Chiaverini; Third Row (L to 
R): M. Sipos, W. Thumm, D. Kindle, R. Mangold, A. Ibay. 



Society of Physics Students 



Front Row (Left to Right): F. Olchowski, B. Ker- 
amati, D. Long, D. Yu; Second Row (L to R): E. 
Tesse (Vice-President), R. Zingle (President), B. 
Dimm, M. SobbaPoo (Secretary and Treasurer). 
Not Pictured: C. Simmerman, S. Foster, L. 
Dewalt. 




138 




Activities 139 




140 



(gymnastics V^-lub 



■ 




Robert Mattcdi performing on the horizontal 
bar. 

Debbie Hubsmith spots Audrey Landau for a 
back tuck. 



^ &:!*** 





Laying Down: R. Mattedi; Front Row (Left to Right): M. Webb, L. Stone, L. Stevenson, H. Wilson, K. Blamble, S. Bartlett, L. Vogel, L. Ligotti, T. Sarkees; 
Laying Down (L to R): D. Golliday, D. Hubsmith; Back Row (L to R): S. Matisoff, R. Richards, A. Griff, P. Majmudar, P. Leis, P. Goodale, A. Chang, J. 
Schray, E. Regan, L. Caramango. 



Activities 141 




142 



HlLLEL 



Larry Fink (President), Andy Schwartz (Treasurer), 
Stacey Bender (Secretary). 




Rabbi Judah helps lead Hillel's commemoration of 
the 50th anniversary of Crystallnact. 



Activities 143 



Chi Delphia 




TTB . . . Jeff, has Dora's persistency 
paid off yet? . . . Dave E. & the Jersey 
City Fix . . . Beckwith Bags Bimbo and 
Boincks Boston Babe . . . Darren, make 
sure that you have her in before dark! . . 
. Brian, where is Spedly . . . Tommy 
Tool and his power blow at the Ho . . . 
Bob A., are you real passionate? . . . 
Dean, you spell diploma with a D, not 
an F . . . Eric, when it comes to IM's, 
it's not whether you win or lose but 
how you play the game . . . Shawn, 
Congrats on your engagement to the 
VW . . . Todd, are you & Alanna sure 
you got all the soap off? . . . Lisa D., 
dirty dancing, the pole and "let's make 
these steps ours!" . . . Lisa B. pledge- 



master and more and more! . . . Stacey 
the INNOCENT??? ... Sue A. likes 
those UMass guys! . . . Irene the tease . . 
. So Gail, you actually do drink, you 
lush! . . . Susie N. where are you? For 
that matter, who are you? . . . Goodbye 
Slugs! . . . Dr. Carlow, we didn't know 
you made shower calls! . . . The Delta 
Streakers & their run-in with the cops; 
as Tool hides in the dirt behind TEP . . . 
FUBAR . . . Mike and Dan, did you ever 
finish your cases? . . . Barber's naked 
beer slide - no wonder they call you 
stick . . . Smilin' Bob, if at first you 
don't succeed, try & try again . . . Dave 
P., where's Hasenpfeffer . . . Fish & his 
encounter with the vaccum cleaner . . . 



So Rusty, I hear fluorescents are com- 
ing back in! . . . Strip poker in the bar . . 
. Dave S. and Patty D. and Barbi and 
Colleen . . . Ferd, what ever happened 
with that statutory rape charge? . . . 
Does anyone have any idea who this 
girl is??? . . . Congrats to the NIBs and 
NISs!!! . . . Marsha, I never or 25% of the 
House?!? . . . Patty T. the hookup queen 
. . . Dan & Janette, why did Dan flip the 
mattress over??? . . . One of Teresa's 
famous quotes, "It just boggles my 
mind how these people have sex all of 
the time." (6-9-89) . . . Isn't the blurb 
done yet? — The answer is YES!!! 



144 



Chi Phi Little Sisters 




Newman Council 




Activities 145 



ATHLETICS 




Athletics 147 



The Fans 





Sports 149 



Football 




150 




Lehigh emerged from its first winning 
season (6-5) since 1983 ranked number 
one nationally in NCAA 1-AA ranks for 
passing offense, 330.1 yards per game, 
and total offense, 485.6 yards per game. 
The Brown and White was sixth in scor- 
ing, 31.9 points per game, and twelfth in 
punt returns with an 11.4-yard mark. 

The Brown and White set season re- 
cords for most yards passing (3,631), top- 
ping a 3,026 mark set in 1973, and in 
total offense (5,341 yards), bettering a 
1975 total of 5,037. The records for pass- 
ing offense and total offense, 330.1 and 
485.6, surpasses school standards of 
275.1 for passing yards set in 1973 and 
457.9 for total yards established in 1975. 




Front row: E. Bird, J. Gorman, M. Walsh, 
I M. Hrivnak, B. Frey, S. Orlena, T. Brun- 
ner, A. LaPoint, T. Williams, K. von- 
Brockdorff, G. Kempa, M. McGovern, 
M. McGowan, J. Harris. Second row: P. 
Dejesse, T. Keer, J. Masonis, S. Malloy, 
G. Myers, L. Blum, G. Wolfson, L. Arico, 
G. Comisac, P. Sczerbinski, E. Torain, M. 
Rios, B. Hickman, K. Laboski. Third 
row: M. Torres, E. Goldman, T. Clark, C. 
Hite, R. Curtis, K. Costello, L. Sherer, B. 
Taylor, E. Hagberg, A. Nevares, G. Kar- 
nish, J. Hahn, K. Beesmer, J. Porter. 



Fourth row: S. McConnell, B. Costello, C. 
Menet, C. Martini, V. Fox, B. McCarthy, 
L. Picariello, J. McCarthy, C. Doma- 
lewski, E. Davis, J. Johnson, T. Erwin, C. 
Love, D. Clemmons. Fifth row: B. Hen- 
sel, S. Chiarito, C. Dolan, M. Abruzzese, 
J. Schnell, R. Repak, P. Smith, G. Nel- 
son, V. Shell, J. Ackiewicz, B. Murphy, 
C. Case, D. Worgs, B. Brown. Sixth row: 
C. Wortmann, M. Hendricks, C. Hilton, 
K. Weaver, K. Petzold, T. Cunningham, 
J. Gehrig, T. Orr, P. Smerecki, M. Held- 
berg, T. Hydro, T. Marron, R. Clark. 



iKSW 



Seventh row: V. Cassell, R. Varano, R. 
Windish, C. Berger, R. Horton, E. 
Brown, J. Schulte, P. Pawlenko, R. An- 
derson, B. Johnson, D. Rosen, J. Silver- 
man, A. Kosko, S. Eynon. Eighth row: L. 
Olive, S. Glickman, E. King, R. DeFeo, K. 
Nashbar, J. Cessaria, P. Stokes, M. Mc- 
Mahon, C. Bird, D. Danowski, P. Brown. 
Ninth row: J. Foley, B. Sauers, J. Ander- 
son, D. Steckel, P. Giunta, K. Higgins, H. 
Small, M. Clark, J. Wolff, S. Miller, B. 
Clemmons, G. Schott, P. Sclar, N. Vohar, 
C. Park, J. Stanley. 



Sports 151 





152 




Sports 153 



Cheerleading 




154 




Sports 155 



Soccer 




156 




Sports 157 



Field Hockey 



n'mm 




158 







Front row: T. Campi- Captain, J. McElwreath- Cap- Kuchma. Back row: J. Keeley- Asst. Coach, L. Ma- C. Kurz, C. Gibson, K. Brower, A. Lauer, M. Hold- 
tain, R. Ervin. Middle row: S. Bartlett, M. Parker, linaric- Trainer, J. Burkland, J. Mulrain, L. Leigh- er- Coach, M. Johnson - Grad. Asst. 
M. Strang, K. Groman, M. Quinn, D. Feeser, S. Manuel, A. Campbell, A. Weitzman, D. VanFleet, 



Sports 159 



Cross Country 




Front row: R. Craig, S. Masterson, K. Kunsman, R. Lynn, M. Seuntjens, A. Vanderbrul, J. Carty, K. 
Sides, A. Bennett, J. Covert, coach. Second row: W. Ciocca, J. Gross, T. Coursen. 




Front row: A. Cook, T. Butensky, A. Boswell- Cap- Schuler- Captain, N. Sayre, J. Raines, A. Hel- 
tain, L. Parton, H. Goldhaber, C. Beaver, P. O'Don- minski, H. Glassberg, M. Vncella, R. Torres. 
nell-Smith- Captain. Back row: L. Whelan, J. 



Sports 161 



Volleyball 




162 




1 ) -'I 



Front row: M. Krause- Coach, E. Adelson, C. 
McGrath, P. Incandela, D. Gaugler, A. Suarez. Back 
row: A. Beddin, N. Walker, R. Anisko, D. Bes. 



Sports 163 



Wrestling 




154- 




The Engineers of 1988-89, with former 
associate coach Tom Hutchinson in his 
first season as the successor to Thad 
Turner, who stepped down after 18 
years as head coach, experienced a frus- 
trating 4-12 campaign. Hutchinson had a 
strong opening line-up but lacked neces- 
sary depth when injuries to key men de- 
pleted his team. 

Dual victories came over Cornell, 
Wilkes, Brown and Franklin & Marshall. 
There were losses to Iowa, Penn State, 
Oklahoma, NCAA champion Oklahoma 
State, Michigan, Pittsburgh, Army, Iowa 
State, Navy, Syracuse, Edinboro and 
Cleveland State. Forfeits at one or two of 
the weight classes, because of injuries, 
were too much to overcome in some of 
those setbacks. 

The Engineers won their own Sheri- 
dan Tournament, finished second in the 
EIWAs, fourth in the Mat-Town USA 
test at Lock Haven, Pa., and 32nd in the 
NCAA tourney. 

-Office of Sports Information 



Sports 165 




166 




First Row (left to right): S. Levine, L. Combs, J. tant), E. Regan, C. Chapman, S. Fleckman, A. Kel- M. Ruppel, J. Morris, J. Hefferman (Assistant 
Epperly, J. Herrmann, R. Suzuki, T. Chalander; ley, G. Kaplan; Third Row: T. Hutchinson (Head Coach). 
Second Row: J. Frick, T. Lewis (Graduate Assis- Coach), I. Abbaud, D. Brophy, J. Benson, E. Laub, 



Sports 167 



Basketball 




168 




First-year coach David Duke fash- 
ioned a 10-18 record (5-9 in the ECC) 
with only one returning starter (Layer) 
from the 1987-88 league championship 
quintet which lost to Temple in the 
NCAA tournament. 

The Engineers played in seven games 
decided by one shot or less, and dropped 
five of them, largely due to inexperience. 
Those setbacks came against Jackson- 



ville, Colgate, Brown, Penn State and 
Hofstra. They took photo-finish deci- 
sions over Army and Drexel. 

In addition an overtime loss against 
Lafayette, although eventually by a 75-65 
margin, came only after a missed free 
throw in the final second of regulation 
time cost them a victory and necessitated 
an extra period. 

-Office of Sports Information 




Sports 169 




170 




Front Row (Left to Right): M. O'Hara, C. Perm, N. 
Fenton, A. Keglovits (Asst. Coach), D. Duke (Head 
Coach), M. Polaha (Asst. Coach), S. Layer, L. Cald- 
well, P. Rudman; Second Row: A. Fenton (Manag- 
er), P. Kilgarrif, D. Mbonou, C. Block, T. Martin, 
D. Rodgers, S. Falke, J. Kipps, S. Yaniga, B. Kri- 
zanski, T. Russell (Asst. Coach), P. Scolar 
(Manager) 



Sports 171 



Women's Basketball 



172 




Front Row (Left to Right): L. Lynch, C. Sychterz, S. 
Androlewicz, J. Mooney, R. Hanley, C. Beck, G. 
Hall. Second row: S. Baldwin (Graduate Asst.), S. 
Hume, S. Viotto, J. Siemaszko, B. Kozlowski, J. 
Hilton, W. Taylor, P. McAfee, A. Skutches (Head 
Coach), J. Beck (Asst. Coach). 




Sports 173 



Swimming 





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174 




First Row (Left to Right): A. Pickard, G. Jacobs Reitz, S. Samson, M. Wolff, S. Johnson, W. Hoff, L. Roddin, L. Eaglesham, L. Yost, K. Donovan, K. 
(Captain), L. Marturana; Second Row: B. Gardiner Sunflower (Asst. Coach); Third Row: C. Marshall Capants, B. Gaydos. 
(Head Coach), H. Sange, N. Bunker, J. Johnson, S. (Graduate Asst.), S. King, J. Canavan, C. O'Dell, J. 



Sports 175 



Track & Field 









176 




SHSHn^M; 






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First Row (Left to Right): Coach Smith, J. Owe- tensky, A. Cook, Coach Covert; Second Row: miento, S. Jindra, N. Sayre, S. Digel, L. Whelan, A. 
zarek, H. Goldhaber, J. Irish, N. Poppito, T. Bu- Coach Donahue, Coach Saint, D. Lehr, D. D'Ar- Boswell, Coach Kita. 



Sports 177 



Men's Lacrosse 





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Sports 179 



Women's Lacrosse 




First Row: R. Ervin (Captain), K. Brower (Captain), 
T. Campi, J. McElwreath; Second Row: L. Leigh- 
Manuel, M. Sarkees, M. Strang, A. Campbell, K. 
Groman, D. Feeser, S. Kuchma, C. Kurz; Third 
Row: J. Keeley, M. Holder, M. Johnson, W. 
Brookes, A. Weitzman, K. Delaney, S. Talucci, D. 
Ifill, S. Weisman, K. Boyda, G. Hall. 





180 




Sports 181 



Tennis 






Front Row (Left to Right): KA, H. Johnston, P 
Denman, M. Milicio, P. Gross; Second Row: S 
Friedberg, L. Tursi, J. Jacobson. 




182 




Sports 183 



Softball 




ISA 





Sports 185 



Baseball 




186 




m ■ 




Front Row (Left to Right): P. Buckley, T. Richten, Phillips, S. Markel, S. Derram, J. Davis, S. Dayton, Strauch, U. Shell, R. Reybitz, R. Folk, A. Mirando, 
G. Tompkins, S. Torre, A. Carabillo, R. Sherman, S. S. Bagley, J. Gordon, P. Connors, A. Vitella; Third S. Lyons, D. Norwood, G. Fritz, R. Cantor, Pitching 
McGuire, S. Maxon, P. Schlar; Second Row: R. Row: T. Peters, Coach S. Schultz, J. Giddon, M. Coach C. Anderson. 



Sports 187 



Skiing 



Front Row (Left to Right): C. Harrington, P. Spen- 
cer, J. Peck, D. Salathe, J. Mumford; Second Row 
(Left to Right): T. Eardensohn, J. Allen, J. Ma- 
honey, W. Rand, T. Schanzlin, D. Eisenbud, R. 
Childress, M. Lempp, K. Frieze, C. Lory, P. Vlasov; 
Not Pictured: M. Chambers, C. Chrisbacher, P. 
Deely, L. Landau, A. Powers, J. Russell, C. Weitz, T. 
Wood. 





188 



Score card 





Footb 


all 






Men'< 


; Cross Country 






Women's Cross Country 




9/10 


at Davidson 


43-20 


W 


9/17 


Pennsylvania 


50-15 


L 


9/10 


Lady Bear at 






9/17 


at William & Mary 


6-14 


L 


9/24 


at Delaware 


20-37 


W 




Kutztown 


2nd 




9/24 


at Dartmouth 


41-16 


W 




w/ LaSalle 


41-18 


L 


9/24 


at Navy 


48-15 


L 


10/1 


Cornell 


27-14 


W 




Rider 


36-22 


L 




w/ Pennsylvania 


43-20 


L 


10/8 


Colgate 


24-19 


W 




& Princeton 


42-16 


L 




& LaSalle 


33-22 


L 


10/15 


at Holy Cross 


24-48 


L 


10/9 


Paul Short 


18th 




10/1 


at Delaware 


23-34 


W 


10/22 


Towson State 


27-22 


W 


10/14 


at Kutztown 


28-28 


T 


10/9 


Paul Short 


15th 




10/29 


Columbia 


56-27 


W 




w/West Chester 


19-39 


W 


10/14 


at Kutztown 


17-38 


W 


11/5 


Bucknell 


32-35 


L 




Alvernia 


15-50 


W 


10/21 


W. Chester 


19-36 


w 


11/12 


at Northeastern 


26-33 


L 


10/21 


Lafayette 


15-47 


W 


10/29 


Lafayette 


33-25 


L 


11/19 


at Lafayette 


45-52 


L 


10/29 


ECC's at Lafayette 


4th 






ECC's at Lafayette 


3rd 





Soccer 



9/3 


at Monmouth 


1-2 


L 


9/6 


Lock Haven 


2-1 


W 


9/14 


at Moravian 


0-1 


L 


9/17 


at Hofstra 


1-1 


T 


9/21 


LaSalle 


3-2 


W 


9/24 


Delaware 


4-0 


W 


?/28 


at Rutgers 


0-3 


L 


10/1 


at Drexel 


2-1 


W 


10/4 


at St. Joseph's 


5-3 


W 


10/8 


at West Chester 


2-0 


W 


10/12 


Rider 


4-0 


W 


10/15 


C.W. Post 


3-0 


W 


10/19 


Temple 


1-1 


T 


10/22 


at Towson State 


2-1 


W 


10/26 


East Stroudsburg 


2-5 


w 


10/28 


at Bucknell 


1-0 


w 


11/2 


Lafayette 


0-3 


L 


11/5 


Siena 


5-0 


W 




Field Hockey 






Voile: 


/ball 






Worn 


en s Tennis 






9/10 


Ohio State 


4-0 


W 


9/13 


at Bucknell 


2-3 


L 


9/11 


at Towson State 


9-0 


W 


9/13 


Villanova 


1-0 


W 


9/16 


Central Conn. Tourr 


i.3rd 




9/13 


Rutgers 


1-8 


L 


9/15 


St. Joseph's 


2-1 


W 


9/23 


Towson State Tourn 


..5th 




9/17 


at Colgate 


3-6 


L 


9/17 


Ursinus 


0-0 


T 


9/27 


at Rutgers 


0-3 


L 


9/20 


at Drexel 


9-0 


W 


9/20 


at Rutgers 


1-3 


W 


9/29 


at Seton Hall 


0-3 


L 


9/22 


at Lafayette 


1-8 


L 


9/22 


at West Chester 


0-1 


L 


10/1 


Towson State 


3-0 


W 


9/24 


at Bucknell 


7-2 


W 


9/24 


Towson State 


3-0 


W 


10/2 


Hofstra 


1-3 


L 


9/27 


Rider 


9-5 


W 


9/27 


at Princeton 


0-1 


L 


10/4 


Temple 


1-3 


L 


9/29 


at Delaware 


4-5 


L 


9/29 


at Rider 


1-0 


W 


10/6 


W. Chester 


3-2 


W 


10/6 


Villanova 


3-6 


L 


10/5 


Drexel 


1-0 


W 


10/8 


at LaSalle 


0-3 


L 


10/9 


ECC's at Lehigh 


2nd 




10/7 


at Penn State 


1-2 


L 




w/ Fordham 


3-0 


W 


10/12 


at Pennsylvania 


0-9 


L 


10/8 


at Bucknell 


2-1 


W 


10/10 


at Fairleigh 














10/11 


Delaware 


1-6 


L 




Dickinson 


1-3 


L 










10/14 


at William & Mary 


0-3 


L 


10/11 


Villanova 


0-3 


L 










10/16 


UConn 


0-7 


L 


10/14 


at Delaware Tourn. 


2-3 


L 










10/20 


LaSalle 


2-0 


W 


10/19 


at Delaware 


0-3 


L 










10/23 


Colgate 


2-1 


W 


10/22 


Drexel 


1-3 


L 










10/25 


at Lafayette 


1-2 


L 


10/25 


Rider 


2-3 


L 










10/27 


Pennsylvania 


0-2 


L 


10/28 


Colonial League 














10/29 


Hofstra 


2-1 


W 




Tourn. 


4th 












10/31 


at Temple 


2-2 


T 


















11/2 


ECC 


0-2 


L 



















Sports 189 




Wrestling 



Men's Basketball 



Women's Basketball 



11/26 
11/27 
11/30 
12/3 



12/6 

12/8 

12/10 

12/30 

1/3 

1/5 

1/7 

1/8 

1/12 

1/14 

1/18 

1/21 

1/25 

1/28 

2/1 

2/4 

2/8 

2/11 

2/15 

2/18 

2/21 

2/25 

3/2 



Dartmouth 

Brown 

at Penn 

at Siena Tourn. 

LaSalle 

Siena 

at Manhattan 

Seton Hall 

Long Island 

George Mason - 

at Colgate 

at Princeton 

at Yale 

at Central Conn. 

State 

at Bucknell 

at Rider 

Delaware - 

Lafayette - 
at Hofstra 
Drexel - DH 
at Towson State 
Bucknell - DH 
Rider - DH 
at Delaware 
at Lafayette 
Hofstra - DH 
at Drexel 
Towson State 
ECC Lafayette 



DH 
DH 



63-85 
65-73 
80-74 

58-90 
52-77 
61-65 
56-81 
75-46 
DH 49-68 
69-72 
56-58 
61-72 

68-70 
69-71 
69-55 
43-58 
62-67 
60-68 
53-61 
63-59 
90-71 
60-50 
61-73 
65-67 
73-67 
62-69 
75-71 
52-63 



L 
L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 



at Trenton Tourn. NTS 
at Lock Haven Tourn. 4th 

Iowa 13-24 

Cornell 29-5 

Sheridan Invit. 1st 

at Penn State 13-22 

at Wilkes Tourn. NTS 

at Oklahoma 3-36 

at Oklahoma State 8-35 

at Michigin 14-32 

Wilkes 21-19 

Pittsburgh 10-28 

Army 12-26 

Brown 20-18 

Iowa State 11-29 

Navy 19-21 

Syracuse 13-27 

at Edinboro 21-26 

at Cleveland State 15-27 
Franklin & Marshall 33-14 

EIWA at Lehigh 2nd 



L 

W 



L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 



Men's Swimming 



11/12 

11/16 

11/30 

12/3 

1/18 

1/21 

1/25 

1/28 

2/1 

2/4 

2/11 

2/16 

3/2 



Gettysburg 

Fordham 

at Rider 

at Johns Hopkins 

at Delaware 

Towson State 

Drexel 

Rutgers 

at ESSU 

at Lafayette 

at Bucknell 

ECC at Drexel 

EISL at Harvard 



129-57 W 

101-142 L 
133.5-109.5 W 



105-138 

92-148 

142-95 

91-153 

107-136 

102.5-84.5 

148-97 

107.5-135.5 

3rd 

DNP 



Women's Swimming 

11/9 at Bryn Mawr 175-115 
11/12 Gettysburg - DD 118-78 
11/16 Fordham - DD 131-112 
11/30 at Rider - DD 135-108 
12/3 at Johns Hopkins 137-106 
1/14 Bucknell 155-145 

1/18 at Delaware 103.5-134.5 

1/21 Towson State 144-75 

1/25 Drexel - DD 120-107 

1/28 Rutgers - DD 130-96 

2/1 at E. Stroudsburg 136-66 
2/4 at Lafayette 132-102 

2/9 ECCs at Delaware 4th 
2/23 Easterns at Penn 

State DNP 



11/19 
11/26 



12/2 
12/7 
12/9 



12/23 

12/30 

1/3 

1/5 

1/7 

1/11 

1/14 

1/18 

1/21 

1/23 

1/25 

1/28 

2/1 

2/4 

2/6 

2/8 

2/11 

2/15 

2/18 

2/23 

2/25 

3/4 



W 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

W 
W 
W 

w 
w 



Toronto 

at New Mexico 

Tipoff 

San Diego 

Loyola 

Harvard 

Princeton 

at Longhorn Invit. 

Texas 

Jacksonville 

at Colgate 

Army 

Albright 

Penn 

at Brown 

at Bucknell 

at Rider 

Delaware 

Lafayette 

Columbia 

at Hofstra 

Drexel 

at Towson State 

Bucknell 

at Penn State 

Rider 

at Delaware 

at Lafayette 

Hofstra 

at Drexel 

Towson State 

Towson - ECC 

Tourn. 



Men's Indoor Track 

2/11 Lafayette 
2/18 Lehigh Invit. 
2/25 ECC at Delaware 



63-85 L 



60-73 L 

84-70 W 

75-54 W 

47-54 L 



73-96 

73-75 

68-71 

75-74 

86-57 

69-78 

70-71 

91-100 

107-82 

67-76 

65-76 

93-81 

77-89 

94-92 

77-101 

73-81 

64-66 

91-74 

62-69 

69-82 

81-82 

88-83 

81-69 



Women's Indoor Track 



2/3 

2/10 

2/18 

2/25 



at Lafayette Invit. 
at Delaware Duals 
Lehigh Invit. 
ECC at Delaware 



2nd 
3rd 
1st 
4th 



L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 



74-90 L 



62-78 

4th 

6th 



190 



Baseball 



Men's Lacrosse 



Women's Tennis 



3/19 
3/23 
3/27 

3/28 
4/1 

4/4 
4/5 
4/8 

4/11 
4/14 
4/15 

4/17 
4/18 



Univ. of Tampa 
Dartmouth 
at Hofstra (2) 

Princeton 
at Rider (2) 

at Rutgers 
at Moravian 
Towson State (2) 

Kutztown 
Mt. St. Mary's 
Lafayette (2) 

at Muhlenberg 
at Drexel (2) 



4/22 Delaware (2) 



Softball 

3/14 Pennsylvania 
3/28 Princeton (2) 



3/30 
4/2 



at LaSalle 

West Chester (2) 



4/6 at Drexel (2) 

4/8 Hofstra (2) 

4/9 Army (2) 

4/11 at Lafayette (2) 

4/13 at St. Joseph's (2) 

4/18 at Rider (2) 

4/20 Ursinus (2) 

4/22 Bucknell (2) 



4-10 

6-5 

7-9 

10-5 

3-6 

1-2 

0-9 

2-8 

10-2 

2-3 

1-4 

5-0 

6-7 

3-1 

2-3 

22-6 

6-4 

1-2 

5-4 

2-16 



5-4 

1-10 

8-13 

7-4 

0-5 

5-1 

2-7 

1-4 

2-5 

5-8 

1-0 

0-4 

7-3 

7-6 

4-5 

7-1 

1-9 

2-3 

11-3 

2-1 

6-0 

1-0 



L 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 



W 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

W 

W 

W 

w 



Women's Outdoor Track 

4/1 Greyhound Invit. 2nd 

4/8 at E. Stroudsburg Invit. 3rd 
4/15 at Moravian Invit. 3rd 



3/18 
3/19 

4/1 
4/5 

4/8 
4/12 
4/15 
4/18 

4/22 



Nazareth College 

Notre Dame 

VMI 

at Franklin & 

Marshall 

Radford 

Rutgers 

Lafayette 

at Colgate 

at Bucknell 



Women's Lacrosse 



3/17 

3/28 

4/1 

4/4 

4/6 

4/8 

4/11 

4/15 

4/16 

4/18 

4/21 



Golf 



at Towson State 

West Chester 

at Bucknell 

Ursinus 

Princeton 

Delaware 

at Pennsylvania 

at Penn State 

at Colgate 

at Temple 

at Loyola 



7-10 
8-10 
13-12 

7-19 
9-8 
5-20 
12-11 

3-7 
6-8 



5-4 

13-5 

12-2 

8-9 

3-10 

7-10 

3-6 

0-20 

9-13 

2-11 

6-7 



L 
L 
W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 



W 

W 

w 

L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



4/4 


Princeton 


398-392 


L 




Bucknell 


398-398 


W 


4/10 


LaSalle 


423-437 


W 




Drexel 


423-452 


W 


4/12 


Rider 


381-384 


L 




Delaware 


356-384 


L 


4/15 


Colonial Tourn. 


3rd 




4/18 


Lafayette 


399-421 


W 


4/21 


Princeton Invit. 


13th 




Men 


s Tennis 






3/31 


Hofstra 


7-1 


W 


4/2 


Army 


2-7 


L 


4/5 


Rider 


6-3 


W 


4/7 


at Drew 


7-2 


W 


4/8 


at Rutgers 


2-7 


L 


4/10 


at Bucknell 


2-7 


L 


4/12 


Lafayette 


9-0 


W 


4/15 


Drexel 


9-0 


W 



3/21 

3/22 

4/6 
4/7 
4/9 
4/11 

4/14 
4/16 
4/18 
4/19 
4/21 
4/22 



at Eckerd College 

at U. of Tampa 

at St. Leo College 

Temple 

West Virginia 

at Mt. St. Mary's 

at Fairleigh 

Dickinson 

West Chester 

Fordham 

at Trenton State 

Seton Hall 

Akron 

Pace 



7-2 

9-0 

9-0 

3-6 

25-4 

4-5 

6-3 
9-0 
3-6 
8-1 
5-4 
8-1 
9-0 



W 

w 
w 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 

W 

L 

W 

w 



Men's Outdoor Track 



4/1 


Greyhound Invit. 


2nd 


4/8 


at Pennsylvania 


122 




w/ Drexel 


28 




& St. Joes 


42 




Lehigh 


15 


4/14 


at Lafayette 


69-94 




Sports 191 









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LIVING 




Living 193 



Living On Campus 





Living on campus is something every 
Lehigh student has in common, at least 
for their freshman year. Everyone re- 
members moving-in day, checking out 
the dorm room with mom and dad. "This 
is it? Is it really this small? You mean I 
have to share this closet with my 
roommate?" 

Of course we all learned to adjust with 
the help of our gryphon, and many of us 
came to love our little rooms as well as 
our roommates. 

When the time came to say goodbye at 
the end of freshman year, we said we 
were glad to be out of there - we were on 
to bigger and better rooms. But perhaps 



inside we knew we'd miss that little 
room, our first try at dorm living. 

Whether we lived in Centennials, the 
Quad, M & M, or Taylor College, we 
came to know the advantages of resi- 
dence hall life - gryphons to help us out, 
a meal plan to feed us, maids to keep our 
new homes clean and orderly. 

Living on campus keeps us in touch 
with university life and closer to our 
friends. If we were lucky enough to get 
housing in Trembley or Brodhead as up- 
perclassmen, we benefitted from the ad- 
vantages of university housing while 
getting a taste of the independence of 
apartment life. 



Living 195 



M & M Al 




Hall From Hell . . . That'd have to be 
up the butt, Bob ... It ain't no joke . . . 
you gotta like that . . . Hayride from hell 
and back . . . YEAH-BOY! . . . not . . . 
tender Fire drills in mixed company . . . 
Study. Right . . . Dolan-The American 
Dream. Pizza chocolate ice cream cookie 
dough. Another dozen . . . roses . . . does 
anyone know the number for . . . where's 
the Goosey man? . . . decorate the hall . . . 
Stacie Lee . . . "Zeus" . . . stress . . . where 
are you going tonight? . . . where were 
you last night? . . . where's Bendel? Pizza 
sluts B burger whores . . . does anyone 



remember where I went last night ... It 
was kind of . . . ugly . . . there are better 
things to do at 5 am than study . . . what 
happened to you last night . . . what 
happened . . . Ken from hell Fire in the 
hole ... 2 am wakeups by DU pledges . . . 
Goosey's here . . . B-l's second home . . . 
Yaz . . . yeah hello . . . more tears Mr. 
Tiwilliger/Roadkill ... I can control any 
guy . . . Blowanna . . . Dolan's awake . . . 
SEX . . . Hahn when's your girlfriend 
coming, we need a peep . . . Missing link 
. . . 118 Connection . . . Where's 
Lightfoot? 



196 



Trembley 16 

rvarin Peklak, Lisa DiFabio, Kathy Marsh, Kristin Kohlcr 




Back Row: Neil Jenkins, Jay Halbert, Steve Uftr- 
ing, Brian Hentz, Dave Straussburger. Middle 
Row: Henry Ramos, Bernie Bowman, Darren Cas- 
sel. Bob Wainwright, Pat Gilligan, Scott Markel, 
Brian Murphy. Front Row: Joe Akarno, Dan Long, 
Nick Knoebel, Brian Patterson, Alec Mercer. 



Dravo D3 



Living 197 



Trembley 8 



Who's raincoat is in the bathroom?! 
Michelin Man, Joe who? Want some 
Gum!?! THE LIST . . . Apartment 33. Ice 
Cubes, Grandpa, Goldfish, Cheeseburg- 
er, Wool Socks F.F., The Walls Have 
Ears!, The Black Cloud, Basically . . . , I 
just kissed him! . Who's missing?, How 
Big?, Bahamas, Jamaica, Everybody 
Wang Chung tonight, Roommates, 
Brothers & Alumni, Jill gives them the 
deep freeze, she's a Plant Killer, Trekkie 
fans Captain Kirk and his 

Someone's knocking, My hair hurts, The 
Longest Walk, The Walk of PRIDE, 
INXS, Library Goggles. Mart/Fart, It 
happened outside you guys!, Celeste - 
It's a pullover, Personality from a bottle, 
Purple Passion, Alpha Chi Omega, 
Who's here - all three lights are on?— 
Waterfall. I'm a Toys-R-Us Kid, Tally 
Ho, Taylor, I want to be first at some- 
thing, Celeste calls all men boys!, Marnie 
is KEEN on elevators, Gabi gets 
BURNed, Celeste gets to the POINT of 
the matter, Jill gets ECCENDRICK! On 
to BIGGER & better things! Psych! 




Gabriella Horvath, Marnie Kurzrok, Jill Hudock, Celeste Primiani 




Cooperative . . . shaving cream and 
shower fights with B2 . . . "Just one more 
beer and I'll have the perfect buzz" . . out 
of control this weekend . . . Squish and 
Kim . . . chug-n-blow ... all men are 
scum ... Pi Kappa Alpha little sisters . . . 
little miss naughty . . . "Are those the 
same clothes you wore yesterday?" ... I 
like 'em big and dumb . . . take your 
medicine . . . Bye Bye green bud . . . 
Toast-to easy men . . . Alpha Chi West . . 
. "you are sooo wrong!" . . . mood juice . . 
. beer is my friend . . . Psycho killer . . . 
me, you and Pete-smoking in the girls' 
room . . . Party Gryphons . . . one night - 
- - two formals . . . "No, you can't borrow 
my hook-up sweater tonight!" . . . Fun 
and Games ... "I guess you never saw 
anyone cheat at Mexican, didya?" ... sat 
on a raw egg at Dilam last night . . . Ho 
Ho Ho . . 



Sona Gupta, Kim Costas, Diane Brobst, Kim Trupiano, 
Sue Skinner, Alyssa Ashley, Ilene Scheinman, Therese 
Russel, Deborah Sanders, Jennifer Heid, Leslie Embrec, 
Sandy Gumpbell, Kelly Lear, Sue Koscinski, Tracey 
Christoph, Alex Kauper, Lesley Shorr, Wendy Stel, Ali 
Cantor, Kellie Claxton, Laura Mills, Karen Deane Jamie 
Alexander, Nancy Roberts. 



M&MA2 



Richards B3 




Fourth Row: Diane Hoffman, Stacey Kleinert, Me- 
lissa Delgado, Christene Grounds, Courtenay En- 
gelke, Hillary Stone. Third Row: Steph Snyder, 
Cynthia Hughes, Sheree Kuo, Patti Toffolo, Cyndy 
Reid, Joanne Nokland, Kathy Zygmin, Noelle 
Yaeger, Tamara Smith. Second Row: Jennifer Hen- 
derson, Jennifer Economides, Andrea Madej, Kris- 
ten Dow, Karen Thurston, Cristene Cobb, Leann 
Terrell. First Row: Cathy Chiavetta, Kim Golub, 
Stacey Hamilton, Susan Bartlett, Kelly Buller. Not 
Pictured: Tricia Arrington, Donna Gaugler, Sarah 
Glasgow, Jessie Robertson, Kristen Blamble, Ange- 
la Colyvas. 



"There's nothing left to do but smile, 
smile, smile ..." 

Grateful Dead 



You're bummin' . . . Hoo-da . . . How 
random . . . Oh, so social . . . Too bad, too 
sad . . . Say hello to the natives . . . Bomb 
the PA Legislature . . . The Ga-gung list . 
. . Phone! . . TTFN . . . NOT!! . . . Thump!! 
. Every woman in America should know 
this word — mammography . . . TWT . . . 
Helen, the Clicker Bitch . . . Blap! . . . 
Couch of Knowledge . . . Dryers from 
Hell ... I get paid to do the Wild Thang . 
. . Car from Hell . . . Don't you know . . . 
HAARSH!! . . . Corey sets Brodhead on 
fire . . . Que pasa, Roger? . . . Smoke-in . . 
. Gena, I'm on the other line — can you 
call back? 



Corey Abate, Jennifer Breen, Margaret Rayne, 
Heather Schorr 




Brodhead 215 



Living 199 



Dravo Cl 



No, I'm not leaving, I'm just look- 
ing around!; Way to go, Amy - 25 in 
one year and still going strong; The 
faster you go the quicker you get 
there; What time are quiet hours; 
What is an "O" - you'll know when 
you have one!; I am not an alcoholic; 
Kelly, can we borrow your car; "And 
then there were none"; "I have noth- 
ing left to give" - B.S.; "I found it!"; 
Who sent the Victoria's Secret Cata- 
log; What the hell are you doing in a 
U-Haul?!; C-l likes it on the bottom; 
Where's the goose?; Christa who? 
Maise anyone?; Why won't the maid 
clean our hall?; So, what's your point? 
Is Laura really a Gryphon or is she 
putting on a good act?; Vodka shots or 
study hours?; Slumber parties. 



Top row: Debbie Streicher, Tara Cornwell, Colleen 
Doherty, Laura Johnson, Christa Miceli, Una Rao. 
Middle row: Alison Kahn, Kelly Prather, Tracy 
Lazzaro, Michelle Frisch, Jody Klemer. Bottom 
Row: Lori Heiss, Bena Spiegel, Amy Gold, Melissa 
Gitlin. 



Oh my God! . . . Life is interesting! . . . 
Oh how cute! . . . Popcorn and hard pret- 
zels ... I reckon so. 



Colleen Davis, Denise Iavicoli, Sarah Saliven, Katie 
McDermott, Miho Tsuyuki, Janet Roepke, Susan Stan- 
feld, Linnae De Santo, Lauren Simmons, Lisa Karabelnik, 
Pamela Kunz, Melissa Bayer. Not Pictured: Maribel Ca- 
brera, Janice Hospod, Jen Herron, Debbie Cogan, Karen 
Flam. 




Taylor C3 



Dravo A2 




Beaver, Gimpy & Freddie . . . Heeb & 
Wasp . . . Wadman . . . Giannuuzzziii & 
(Big Stinkin) Earl . . . Darryl & RT ... Re- 
Pete. Fleming & "Rapid-Fire" Hrebek . . . 
Skip, Dave & Aiden 'n' Aiden 'n' Aiden . 
. . Hayden . . . Some sort of Gryphon. The 
men of A2 . . . Fati-Yi . . . Woo-Woo . . . 
Toast to failing . . . Educational Program- 
ming in D.C. bars . . . The Blow King . . . 
Irene . . . Smartest Hall on Campus (111 
out of 116) . . . Cheers after dinner . . . The 
Alf Special . . . Grizzly Adams . . . Hre- 
bek's Love Letters . . . "Hey, Art, I think 
the door is open" . . . Sure Pete . . . Not so 
dry Rush . . . ATO, Zetes, Beta, Phi Delt, 
Lambda Chi (& Alpha Sig?) . . . A2-A3 
Affairs (Debbie, Jen, Maria & The Rat) . . 
. No clueless freshmen here . . . Where's 
Jim? . . We don't drink, we just study . . . 
"Mom, the courses are REAL hard and 
EVERYONE is smart" . . . Gryphon 
Guidance, or lack thereof . . . An active 
intramural hall (thanks Al) . . . Pledging . 
. . "Hey, Art, what's that spot in the 
carpet?" . . . Go ask the Gryphon, he 
knows . . . 



Pete Maloney, Daryl Bodor, Earl Clark, Tony Gian- 
nuzzi, Aiden Burke, Dave Hartzell, Dave Fleming, 
Skip Morgan, R.T. Weber, Freddie Everett, Matt 
Demm, Graig Gill, Art Pearce. Not Pictured: Brent 
Gehring, Pete Scherr, Mike Paulik, Jim Hrebek, 
Hayden. 



Drave A4 




Jennifer Peavy, Beth DeMarte, Beth Krizsan, Lisa 
Miller, Donna Steinke, Geri Micek, Laura Bevan, 
Kathleen Boyda, Heather Sange, Claire McMullen, 
Stacey Coffman, Liz Fischer, Jill Silver, Liz Radler. 



Living 201 



Taylor College 




202 



Dravo C2 




C-2 loves Julie. 
Hollie's Cucumber. 

Jen's Scale. 

AAALAYYYNA!! 

C-2 Disco Parties. 

It's not Brenda; she's not singing. 

Ice-Cream Anyone? 

Sue's locked out again. 

Alayna & Mere are locked in again. 

Where's the hat? 

Lenore, can we "About Last Night"? 

Another newt died. 

Sara's gone again. 

Pretty Nuts! 

DRB sees all. 



Cathy Kirchberger, Sara Wilcox, Jennifer Pilon, Hollie 
Nottingham, Alayna Kassan, Janice Fang, Jen Owczarek, 
Sue Aschenbach, Lenore Perhac, Meredith Hirsch, Robin 
Bieber, Julie Johnson, Brenda Oxola. 



Would you work on my neck? . . Cof- 
fee, anyone? . . Paulito! . . Todd, I can't 
wait on Tuesdays! . . Is it made with 
nutrasweet? . . Mutt and Jeff! . . Essen! . . 
Will, I think I've lost my keys again . . . 
Leftovers for dinner . . . Does anything 
really exist? . . Willi, PHONE! . . Todd, 
may I have some peppermint tea? . . Is 
there any ice cream? . . Paul's running . . . 
Thirtysomething's on tonight . . . Ben & 
Jerry's anyone? . . Aimee, stop bouncing! 
. . MOM!!. Is Mark coming over this 
weekend? 



First Row: Donna Raban, Professor T. Decker, Professor 
G. Stengle, Cynthia Schick, Aimee Bonadio, Lisa Peterson. 
Second Row: Violetta Talandis, Mike Kondritz, Todd Hol- 
brook, William Ross, Thomas Koch, Jennifer McFaddin. 



German House 



Living 203 



Lower 




204 



Centennials 




Living 205 



Living Off Campus 




206 




The "real" world. Many Lehigh stu- 
dents living off-campus get a taste of it 
as upperclassmen before graduation, 
when all students must face living and 
working on their own. The switch from 
dorm life to off-campus housing in- 
volves both positive and negative aspects 
which must be considered before the de- 
cision is made. 

The most positive factor influencing 
the move from M & M to Montclair is 
privacy. Typically, a group of about five 
students share a three-story house, giv- 
ing them the opportunity to socialize 
with their housemates or seek refuge in 
their room as they choose. The study 



atmosphere also plays a large role, as a 
house is usually much quieter than a 
dorm hall. 

Another plus is the new opportunity 
to cook one's own meals. Many students 
choose to combine the meal plan with 
their own menu, as eating on campus 
allows them to maintain contact with 
university life. 

Living off-campus does have its down- 
falls. Along with the absence of maids 
and gryphons comes the responsibilities 
of cleaning and paying bills. It is hard to 
imagine just how much those utilities 
add up to, but off-campus students 
quickly learn. The somewhat painful re- 



sponsibility of budgeting money and 
maintaining an entire house is slowly 
learned throughout the year. 

Other disadvantageous point is that 
off-campus students are somewhat sepa- 
rated from the university. Informational 
notices and party signs posted in most 
dorms are often unseen by those living 
off campus. 

Despite the negatives, living off-cam- 
pus is an overall great learning experi- 
ence leaving the student with many good 
memories and a small but meaningful 
taste of the "real" world. 



Living 207 



425 Webster 



Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . . Did 
he call? . . . Under the bed . . . Heinous, 
with a capital Hein . . . JFK lives! . . was it 
worth the trip? . . Randomness at its best 
. . . Teenie Weenie . . . Bitteron . . . Hey, 
what's in it for me? Could I . . . "South of 
the Mason Dixon Line" . . . He's his own 
best friend . . . the flannel man . . . That 
One Burger King . . . the earth twins . . . 
The Cheeses . . . PDS . . . Order #5 . . The 
Sunday Uniform . . . Wonder what the 
Grotto is like? . . . We're getting married, 
he just doesn't know it yet . . The Cav . . . 
Days, OLTL, GL . . . Another extension . . 
. The Brow . . . There's nothing to talk 
about . . . He's gonna pop . . . EWE . . "A 
sighing heart never breaks" . . . 27 . . . 
Where's that oven mitt . . . T.O.W. . . 
"Maybe it was all just a dream" . . . Fix 
me up with a senior . . . "They're Safe" . . 
Ed's # . . . the town of ugly people . . . 
Y'all waitin' on me? . . . Would you like 
to dine at our table? . . It was bound to 
happen anyway! 



Back Row: Laura Schifflin, Linda Sommer, Tina Alexan- 
der. Front Row: Lisa Silver, Liz Tork. 





Arndt, Dork, Fag, Lau & Spoozma; The 
Award; THE pheremones; convict; saline 
solutions; cheese & macaroni; Butthead 
with a new do; our orange couch; the 
whipped one; cleptos; The Basket; DC; 
the new nose; garbage night; returnable 
bottles; Lauren's alarm clock; the diet; 
potsie; Sam the Man; Spidie; Duracel; vi- 
tamins; Long Island Iced Teas; neigh- 
bors; Semester of Hell; "eek eek, I'm a 
bat, I'm a bat!"; I never get sick . . . "; "Do 
you douche?"; "It's cold in here."; "Do 
your dishes!"; "Do you know Uncle 
Bob?"; "Who won the Lehigh-Lafayette 
game?"; "Stay away! He's mine!!"; "That 
boy put his tongue in my mouth!"; 
Runts; WAWA; our Mr. Fix It; OUR 
white mice; THE holiday pumpkin; 
Spring Break; P.B. & soap; The Bar is 
OPEN. 



Claire Steppan, Vicki Arndt, Kara Kudzma, Lauren Vac- 
caro, Laura Gaffoglio. Cats: Waldo, Corey. 



423 Webster 



208 



480 Birkel 




Friday night visitors . . . Whose milk is 
that? . . . I've got it down to a science . . . 
Gail, you still haven't moved those 
stuffed animals . . . You bought too much 
ice! . . . We're out of toilet paper again . . . 
I'm off the phone . . . Hotel Birkel . . . 
Movie Night . . . Nachos at midnight . . . 
Is this house beer? . . . Million $ Phone 
Bills . . . You can come in; it doesn't smell 
anymore . . . Another rendition of "Un- 
der the Boardwalk" . . . Sharon, your 
teddy bear is on fire . . . What's the 
shower schedule? ... 31 or 39? . . . Can 
you braid my hair tomorrow? 



Jackie Massa, Gail Jacobs, Lisa Bolitsky, Irene Stojko, Sharon Reitz. 



Living 209 




A. Talkow, G. Levey, G. Oratz, J. Collin, M. Matonis, D. Hirschberg, J. Neu. 



210 




Living 211 



496 1st Terrace 




If I can't stand him, I don't want him 
in . . . Cookie, Susie Huong and Mary . . . 
Be a sport . . . #7-Never use while sleep- 
ing . . . Amanda and Deirdre over the 
edge . . . the un-party . . . the real party . . 
Christmasman . . . Barb TV . . . Anita's 
cooking again . . . Bonnie squared . . . that 
was wonderful, but I want more . . . Do 
you want? . . . You're gonna die . . . NOT 
. . . Just when you though it was safe to 
hook up . . . our lists . . . 2000 nickels . . . 
Does this make you feel uncomfortable? 
... Is that so wrong? . . . Wild Thing . . . 
It's open, you have to drink it . . . Max 
and Vinny . . . Red- Red! . . . Mexican . . . 
Stealing TP . . . toot toot! . . . Cheers . . . 
First in Perkins . . . It's nobody's fault 
but you're own . . . Tissue? I don't even 
know you . . . Ok, bye bye. 



Sarah Soule, Deirdre Raff erty, Anita Gopinathan, Barbara 
Burnell, Amanda Stone, Andrea Lupo 



APhi-KSig Hil, Mop, K, Voges, Stone 
K's major: Rack / Voges major: DICE 
Chaarl, Rat, Nintendo, Twin Towers, 
Tubing The Connecting Door. Nude up! 
Playing Ball in the House with the 
world. Good Hanging Stone. K and 
Voges HRS Awake = 2 Hrs. Asleep = 22 
Hrs. Class = Jul gets none, Mop and 
Hil get a ton! Tuna Fish Message. Pacing 
Break in Boston! Easy . . . Dime. Scrap- 
per. Lame, Tubing, Bitching, Whining, 
Complaining, Stupid, Beautiful, special 
women. Racking, waxing, nasty, smok- 
ing, baking, bugging, liquored, whipped 
dudes. 2nd semester parties, KSig takes 
over. Jobs! Let's never forget the fun we 
had! See you in N.Y.C. 



Hillary Mohel, Julie Shapiro, Allison Ahearn, Gregory 
Kantor, Austin Graham, Paul Heerin. 




223 Summit 



212 



461 Montclair 




Chris Ambrose, Debby Berman, Heather Kirkwood, Janet Manning, Tina Smith, Jessie Peck, Cathy Wolf & Stain (cat) 



I don't kiss boys, I make boys want to 
kiss me . . . has anyone gotten a check 
yet? ... I can't drive a car, can you see me 
on two skis ... do your eyebrows hurt, 
Janet? . . . get on the bike slut! Heather - 
you blockhead . . . anyone want to take a 
shower in Heather's room? . . . Debby's 
boyfriend is getting married and she's 
not . . . Lehigh University Next Right . . . 
should I paint the spider blue? . . . let's 
go to the Ho! . . . Passout at 461 . . . burp 
poker . . . the Eagle has landed on the 
Rocket Scientist . . . runaway washer . . . 
it's not just a one night stand, I want to 
be your friend ... we love you Eddy! . . . 



ski team hotline . . . Kathy likes her men 
big and stupid . . . puffy pen candles . . . 
Human Sexuality - private lab included . 
.. . do I look Gappy? ... I quit smoking, 
do you have a cigarette? . . . Holy Jeans, 
Batman! ... we didn't get fired, we quit . . 
. O.K.C. bound . . . What are you STU- 
PID . . . youuuu slut . . . Tank Bitch . . . 
I'm not a dike, just ask Ike . . . shallow 
friendships deserve revenge . . . Mom, 
it's 9:00 am how do you know I'm wear- 
ing a turtleneck? . . . have a good night 
girls . . . Handcuff me PLEASE (biker 
bitches) . . . dates from hell check plus . . . 
lets do Jane . . . Big Pete the Stud ... no 



man is safe with these lips around ... no 
short schlongs better to wrap your legs 
around . . . hey Deb, what did you lose at 
look-out? . . . adopt a cat week . . . come 
Stain . . . the house gremlin . . . Jessie 
concentration face ... is it Julie or is it 
Planet? . . . give me the remote control . . . 
too many men, so little time . . . H - 
slepping hours are 12-7; weekends 4-9 . . 
. yellow jackets Stain helped me make it . 
. . fish murderess . . . blackeye . . . dancin' 
on the bar at Leons ... A what? Why 
thank you! . . . boxer pile on . . . RE- 
BOUND BOINK . . . What a great week 
it was but whose underwear are these? 



Living 213 



434 Birkel 



Marisa Calabrese, Jocelyn Gitlin, Julie Kime 
Jennifer McElwreath, Jill Seibert 




I wanna have some fun! . . . "Wanna 
come back and watch a movie?" - favor- 
ite H.U.L. . . . morning after - whose is 
whose? . . . green dots . . . Jules, wait! - let 
me clean my room ... I could have sworn 
the car was black . . . I've got to get on the 
bike . . . making cookies Little One ... Re 
- hang up! . . . A.Y. - house mascot . . . 
Those alumni have the nicest chests . . . 
Schlepping, Putchki The elevator . . . 
Jizzy . . . Grape Grain . . . H.B.M.O.C. . . . 
Monkey . . . It's Julie's story time . . . 
ULA . . . Would you like to take me 
home? . . . Falling off the wall of Chi Psi . 
. . On the bar . . . Injured smoke . . . Blue 
eyeliner night . . . High Jump Pit . . . 



Getting stuck in the valley . . Where's 
my bra? Tequila night . . . Jules plays 
Mossie! . . . 21st birthday - everyone's 
looking hot tonight! ... Re drags back 
Kane . . . Fire Alarm . . . Wimpy Boy . . . 
Ris - could you come pick me up at 
Dravo? Shoo! Shoo! Sun 11 a.m. - 
where's Jenn? . . . Jules pinning party . . . 
New Year;s Eve '88 . . . Annual Christ- 
mas Party . . . Would everyone please 
clean up . . . Joe - the experienced one . . . 
Thes . . . Make me popcorn . . . Spices be 
free!! Queen of cliches . . . Rich and Brett 
our extra roomies . . . Hey Jules, wanna 
play with my computer . . . Tapes of 
champagne, sex and sizes . . . Snake . . . 



Re - is it post or pre . . . Jill - freshman at 
large . . . Svelt . . . Joe's 1st Christmas . . A 
Jew and 4 goyim . . . Rose week . . . 
Vodka - no O.J. . . . (Jenn & Joe) + A 
bottle of Absolut = deadly combination . 
. . F.O.T. War . . . Re, a stress relief - Let's 
take a drive . . . F.U. click . . . Headlock . . . 
what are you doing Jenn, looking for 
Rich? Sly - do you have a home? . . . Jill - 
S.O.S. - Go sleep in the car . . . Jules & Jill 
- who else would be senoir pledges? Jim 
#5 . . . Jenn possessed by Matza as she 
paints the living room with peanut but- 
ter .. . Boy Sharing ... Is the Lodge our 
second home? . . . Thin walls . . . The Best 
of Times and Friends Forever . . . 



214 



528 & 530 Montclair 




Maura Campbell, Susan Engels, Christine Gunther, Amy Gilbert 



Tracy Sandford, Sarah Digel, Kate O'Connor, Sue Lipowski, Jen O'Brien, Daniella 
Caputo 




We remember . . . when Lehigh was 
fun . . . Schmaazing . . . SHOTGUN!! . . . 
Who's driving? . . Closing Sigs . . . Trail- 
blazing. Sunrise tails White Rus- 
sians . . . Ouija . . . Hogs on . . . Invisible 
Roomie . . . Recaps . . . SSS . . . Bucketh- 
ead . . . William & Mary in the rain . . . 

Blum on Board . . . Stevens M & M . 

. . . Meatbook T.P. Check . . . Beer 

scum . . . Hell Children . . . Politically 
Active ... I never- . . . Mo-Donna, Screw, 
Scarah . . . Beer Goggles . . . East JiBip . . . 
The neighbors . . . Chalozza . The Ho has 
a plaid ceiling . . . Girls night out . . . 
Ledge Space . . . Semi- Formal Fiasco .... 
Panty Raids .... Ho-Chi-Min . . . Baha- 
mas, St. Thomas, St. Croix, Florida, 
South Padre Island, Spring Break . . . 
Lehigh -Lafayette Weekends . . . Mo 
meets LUPD ... See ya!! . . . 



Living 215 



Get your clothes on and get the f 

out of my house!; Bah-hah; It's not cheat- 
ing if you don't know the rules; It must 
be penis envy; Did anyone do their job 
this week? I hit my wall on my face; 
Lighten up lovechunks; Don't worry, I'll 
get the middle as brown as the bottom; 
The New St. Nudist colony; She's 13 but 
she looks 16; You blew in the kitchen 
sink?!; Hot tub parties on the roof; 
Gretchen wakes up naked under a blan- 
ket in Brad's room; What's that on my 
carpet - Finster must have been here; 
This is the Bethlehem P.D. - Does a Nan- 
cy Hicks live there?; Naked tanning on 
the roof; Sewage & Mugsy; Sue, Sue, Sue, 
Sue, Dawn & that tall chick Carolyn; 
Lynyrd Skynyrd RULES!!; Hey Gretch, 
what did you do to your ankle; Shoot the 
goo; Pi Lam, Phi Seeg; Stinky (Finster), 
Patches & Boopie; the man with the big 
13-incher; naked FIJI man; Chinese fire 
drills in Philly; SUCK THIS!!!; Laura 
moons the female bus driver; Doesn't 
Lafayette have any bathrooms? besides 
in the library?; Put her on the plate, Pop, 
put her on the plate; Do you spit, swal- 
low, or dribble?; Sue Friedland - Jew or 
not a Jew?; Yeah, but . . . ; my diladles are 
pupilated; Gretch blows on her wall; 
PICTIONARY; breast, boob, bikini; 
Halloween 1988 - see the activities sec- 
tion; Can I borrow your girlfriend to- 
night?; Random Bucknell men; Drunk- 
enness at Bridgeworks; Jew Pride Day - 



304 South New 




Gretchen Kiger, Sue Friedland, Sue Moebus, Carolyn Anderson, Laura Frith, Nancy Hicks, Brad Andres. 



put a carp in your bathtub; SoCo; that 
big-haired frshman bimbo; Be mellow - 
cubes in progress; Hello Red Dog - I 
have a request; Does anyone want chick- 
en?; So, how DO you give a blow job?; 
How do you put the jelly in the jelly 
doughnuts and how do they put the 
cheese in the cheese hotdogs?; Hey 
Nance - don't you have AC/DC "Back in 
Black"?; Paradise by the Dashboard - 
make the Kitchen - Light; "Think while 
you drink"; Meat Loaf is two words; 
Swedish Meatball - Cheese - Tacos; Ex- 
cuse me, what do you have in that bag? 



Milk, sour cream, Kraft Macaroni and 
Cheese; Finster got arrested; beer fights, 
water fights, vegetable fights??!! 




Pamela McAfee, Stephanie Philips, Stephanie Fallone, Lynn McClouchic, Kari Saylor. 



Dravo B-4 Montclair 417 . . . Hey 

Goober . . . License to Bitch . . . The Cop 
Connection . . . He's HOT . . . Little 
Sisters Refrigeretts . . . Leech Alert . . . 
R.C-Sing Along With Colin ... Sit and 
Spin, Baby ... "I know," she said, and 
then there were 5 . . . Pottie Sneezie 
The Colonel . . . Mindy . . . Random 
Thanx for the milk . . . ekud . . . I've got 
dirt! . . . Zebby . . . Where's my slip? . 
Alfie's . . . Jellybean ... a little mayo . . 
The Haitian . . . wake up Kari . . . tails . . 
The Big V . . . hot spit, cool beans . . 
BIMBO . . couch potatoes . . . red rocket 
. . The Big Chill . . . 28/5 and 11 to go . . 
The Whisper Bastard — the Colgate 
pump . . . Boys of Summer . . . WACK . . . 
Worm . . . Where's Lou? . . dtt . . . Higher 
Love . . . Lustful Young Vixen . . . Tuck- 
Ins . . . The answer is NO! . . The epitome 
of the College Man . . . NO, NO, NO, 
WHY, WHY, WHY, AANNDDYY!!! 
You're my Obsession ... I want to share 
your body . . . soaps . . . Did you ever 
have that craving? . . Ice Cream ... So 
long Crabby . . . Hotel California . . . 
Slashing . . Jigs . . . #23-Hoops Queen . . . 
Gee Wally, you live in the fast lane . . . 
SPAM, LYNNERWOMAN, KARISAY- 
LORFACE, FLIPS, FALLONIE . . . "Loo- 
kin' for fun and feelin' groovy" . . . 



216 



417 Montclair 



486 Birkel 




Marsha Edgell, Stacey Neidermyer, Sue Armento, Liz Varge 



Fire alarms . . . whipped cream . . . 
honey . . . icing . . . how 'bout Magic 
Shell?! . . . Happy Patches everywhere . . . 
phone calls 1 a.m. ... 2 a.m. ... 5 a.m.?! . . 
. midnight picnics on the back porch . . . 
finger paints . . . body paints . . . Sue, take 
the mustard off your face . . . THE 
CHAIR!! THE STRETCH MACHINE 
(even better!) . . . All men are pigs . . . 
Marsha, how do you boil water? "If any- 
one calls don't tell them where I am" . . . 
Cucumbers - oiled or plain? . . . faded 
Levi's frayed at the waist . . . carving 
pumpkins - 20 yrs ... 9 mos ... 25 days . 
. . 8 hrs!! . . . Having trouble walking? 
Brian, don't you have a bed? . . . you're 
repressed and boring . . . you don't un- 
derstand - eco majors don't get jobs ... "I 
burnt my neck again" . . . Thanks Liz 
Mom ... I have a tomach ache and it 
hurts the murst! . . . Ben & Jerry's Heath 
Bar Crunch . . . Look - it's the Enterprise! 
Moonstruck - I love Moonstruck - excel- 
lent choice! Candle wax on the nose . . . 
"It has a beak - it must be a bird" . . . 
ABSOLUT PLEASURE!! . . . Someone left 
a goddamn Sprite on my desk . . . mmm - 
haven't tried these before ... If I'm 
drinking I better get drunk! Letterman - 
at 1:00 or 10:30 pm?? . . . Thursdays at 
the Hee-Hee! ... If we never meet again, 
if goodbyes remain unspoken, I won't 
glorify our past, but our bond remains 
unbroken . . . and so on!! 



The jock house, 549 hillside . . . The 
Starting Five: Sherie A., Kimba, Roof, 
Humer, Moon . . . Benchwarmers, Sumi, 
Cologne, Lauer . . . Kimba's Rice Krispy 
Treats (oh no!) . . . Who's got kitchen? . . . 
You guys, we're out of oil AGAIN! ... I 
need money, the bills are due tomorrow . 
. . "WOW" . . . late night talks . . . How 
was practice? . . . Did we win? . . . FH, BB, 
Lax . . . Days of Our Guiding World . . . 

48 Hr. Videos . . . Pizza House Sumi 

wrestlers Barge . . . Sunday 

Morning Munchies . . . Don't lock the 
door, I lost my key . . . Lauer, assume the 
position . . . House meeting in the train- 
ing room . . . Who used my ? We're 
out of TP . . . PGPD ... Do you have 
anything I can wear? . . . Can I borrow 
your typewriter? . . . Balloons . . . Could 
you guys keep it down? I'm trying to 
sleep . . . Can I borrow your car? . . 
Almost 21 . . . Kim, can I borrow your 
ID? . . . Sandy, are you just getting in? . . 
. 1000 pts., lets party! . . . Twist my arm . . 
. Ben & Jerry's . . . Snooze Button . . . Let 
me know when you're out of the shower . 
. . 5 year plan . . . Late night calls, huge 
phone bills . . . TGIF!. 




Sandy Hume, Sherie Androlewicz, Ruth Ervin, Jeanne Mooney, Kim Brower 



549 Hillside 



Living 217 



905 Meade 




Karin Verkooyen, Ketharine Posillico, Heidi Miller, Elisa Smith 



218 



Gokul Jaykrishna & Amit Burman 




Gokul Jaykrishna (class of 1990), is an 
outstanding business student, double 
majoring in Finance and Marketing. He 
is an active member of the Lehigh debate 
team, the marketing club, the investment 
club as well as the tennis club. Gokul has 
recently been offered a summer intern- 
ship with Kriger Investments on Wall 
Street. "Lehigh has offered me valuable 
experience and business knowhow. With 
this I would like to repay my country 
and my family for making me all that I 
am today." 

Amit Burman (1991) is an excellent In- 
dustrial Engineering Student, also from 
India. His potential is being harnessed 
by the Ford company - Lehigh Universi- 
ty joint venture in planning the plant 
layout for the company. "I am really in- 
terested in the use of CAD/CAM and 
Robotics in factories and will try and 
introduce it in India." 



Is that gum in your hair? Kim, oh 
geez, Hank. Decked at Phi Kap. Notre 
Dame sweatshirt - How'd ya get it, Ria? 
Tarnishing the girl scout sleeping bag. 
Isn't the formal tonight? We'll wait in 
Reinhardt's parking lot. And Dad hasn't 
even kissed her yet! Bob, Bev, bring beer, 
bye. It's the wrong man, not a good 
enough tan. Club thumb. Good House- 
keeping house of the year 87/88/89. 
Good thing you came home, I would 
have stayed here all night. Couch Bed 
Test. Bucket O' Noodles. Globe Times 
Men. God. Mad Dog. Jesuit Circuit. Hel- 
lo St. Kitts, Is Johnnie there? Mystery 
singles. Alabama Slammers - 'Not you 
again!' Shark's mother is a real whale. 
Laugh if you will - she will blow, blow 
she will. Stand By Me - movie from hell. 
Beer floats. Shots O' Sustacal. Neville 
will never be the same. Montery Jack, 
Cheez Whiz & Stoned Wheat Thins. 
Schmazing big time. Keys ... to the 
house. Can we tape that? Penetration/ 
Kiss & Run. One on One. Hello . . . 
Monique? Watch out for the Krazies! 
Carrie, which man was that (B, C, E or 
B)? Jeep Safety Tips. D.C. Run. Dead 
flowers on the TV. Remote control. My 
room's clean, I won't hook up. Movie 
Marathons. Have brush, will travel. 
Don't say that, Maria's in the room. 




Beverly Best, Carrie Brown, Monique Fulmer, Maria Dioguardi, Kim Rothen 



Take a drink, you still taste like Yak. 
Late night Penn Supreme. Clothes shop- 
ping at the hoop house. Social gap syn- 
drome. Speedy Gonzalez, wait up for 
your cousin slowpoke! 



428 Birkel 



Living 219 



614 Montclair 




Mary Lou Flavia, Sondra Gross, Sandra Shaffer, Debbie Sickler, Jennifer Uman 



220 



433 Montclair 



313-315 E. 5th 




Peon, Dingy, Ruit, Food, Ada-Patata, Riss, Dumb Guinea, C, Kev. 



221 



303 E. 5th Street 



E,J,M,R,RJ . . . JD, GET IN THE BOX . . . 
WANNA GO OUT? . . . WHAT DID 
YOU DO? . . . MR. PUMPKINHEAD . . . 
WHERE'S THE REMOTE? . . . LET'S 
GO TO THE MALL . . . E, YOU GOIN' 
TO CLASS? . . . NIPPLEHEAD . . . PO- 
TATOHEAD . . . BLOO . . . WHO 
KILLED THE FISH? . . . PENALTY BOX 
. . . PREPARE TO GRAB YOUR AN- 
KLES! ... IS IT RAINING, OR IS THAT 
THE BATHROOM? . . . GREEK WEEK 
SUNRISE GOLF . . . E'S GYM . . . 
GROWING PAINS 10:00 AM CHAN- 
NEL 13 . . . MACY'S ONE DAY SALE . . . 
WHO'S GOING TO PSYCH 81 TO- 
DAY? . . . IT'S ONLY TEN MINUTES 
OUT OF THE WAY . . . DAYTONA 
BEACH 88 - EL CARIBE RESORT . . . 
MARCO POLO, WHERE'S THE 
BEACH? . . . HERSHEY SQUIRTS . . . 
POWER SQUAT . . . BUT IT - RETURN 
IT . . . PLATE/PLATE IN TRAINING . . 
. JEFF, HOW DO YOU SPELL DAT? . . . 
I'M WILLIEFUFU . . . SPADES MARA- 
THON ... I SMELL WAPERS . . . RICH- 
ARDS AL . . . FROZEN PJ'S . . . BB 
GUNS . . . MASTER-BATES ... RE- 
TURN ALL REFERENCE MATERIAL . . 
. WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO 
TAKE A SHOWER? . . . IT'S TIME FOR 
HECTOR TO MOVE THE CARS ... $25 
LATE FEE + INFLATION = $50 LATE 
FEE . . . TANZANIA KILIMINJARO . . . 
FORSTER'S LARGER . . . DEAL WITH 
IT!! . . . BUG MODE ... I'M GONNA 
GIT YOU SUCKA . . . GDI . . . ERIC 
"TANDY" MILLER . . . WHAT LI- 
BRARY? . . . BROUGHAL MARCHING 
BAND - 8 AM . . . HEALTH CENTER - 
PENNICILLIN FOR ALL . . . LA- 
FAYETTE FOOTBALL GAME JUNIOR 
YEAR . . . OW, MY SHIN! ... 39 CENT 
PART . . . A16 . . . THANX FOR THE 
SPLASH GUARDS . . . ECOL C+ . . . 34 
INCH ALUMINUM JAMMY . . . COL- 
LEGE VIA BASEBALL CARDS . . . BS IN 
BS . . . JD GET BACK IN THE BOX . . . 
WHAT ARE THOSE CRUMBS ON 
YOUR NOSE . . . JD, CREAM AND 
SUGAR WITH YOUR COFFEE? . . . 
BOOKSTORE, NO MARKUP THERE!? 
... DO YOUR DISHES . . . FELIX WILL 
SAVE US . . . GET THE SHOVEL . . . 
GREAT AMERICAN TICKET VICK . . . 
JD, WAS CHURCH FULFILLING ... IS 
THAT YOUR NEW DRESS T-SHIRT? . 
. . 1/32 OF YOUR PURCHASE . . . "THE 
DUMPSTER" . . . WINGS NIGHT . . . 
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 
1989. 




Ron Marsh, Jeff Laudenbach, Robert James, Mark Sakowitz, Eric Miller 




222 



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Elyssa Frank, Diana Smith, Lynne McMullen, Helen Han- 
sen, Martha Hansen-Sturm 



612, like the bugspray!; Elys, the photog- 
rapher. CHEM EEEEEEEs!!!! Who's in 
your BED? Any Messages? nice, REAL- 
LY NICE! the Champagne SAAB. Mar- 
tha, what's a major? George, our neigh- 
bor. Naked Ghosts. We LOVE Krispy!! 
Stew Potts and the wig. Hello Nahnsee . . 
.! Martha and Lynne's PERFECT driving 
ability!! Diana goes on a SugarFree diet! 
the scattered trash. The SOCIAL, CELI- 
BATE bed w/ sleeping bears! cottage 
cheese, soy sauce and rice cakes!!! Lynne, 
your car is ORANGE! bulb nose and 
long chin, the "INITIATOR*. Mayor's 
Kid. My last name is FRANK . . .! P*bed! 
Who's at our party? the hanging diaph- 
ram. Vibrating ceiling. J word, who's in 
the bathroom? Meritt's break-in. Every- 
one kissed a Theta Xi, but ME! NOT the 
Mayor's Kid. Hang-Over FRIDAYS. 
blue lights, red lights . . . What's next? 
Who's dishes are in the sink, NOT 
MINE! basement H 2 fall!! the CRAZY 
LADY**!! Lynn's police report! the SUN 
INN. Helen refuses to give up her 
TOGA. Lynn's latenite shower. Lynnahh 
Mahoolay. *HOT LIPS*. Theme parties. 
Who P-ed in the jug? The WILD 
THANG**! Tanabell Islands, an Endless 
Summer! Helen needs "strong" locks on 
her door (from latenite intruders). Mini- 
mizers! CAVIAR!! the FLU break out. 
Lynne, what's a rejection letter? Elyssa, 
what's a resume? the Width and Girth dance. 1:00 pm, time for "DAYS", wild nights w/ Hel, Nanc, Elys . . . MONOPOLY 
and FAT PEOPLE. This is Gary ... I mean Greg. Vogs, the geo man. Big Hair. Timeshare condos. Tire situation. 900 #s. But 
you look GOOD, the B-day VIDEO!!! Tom DILEMMAS!!!!!! love and heartsick WOMEN!!! Where's DU's keg? Who's 
impotent???? Y-BRON. 612 Montclair . . . will NEVER be the same!! Congratulations *** LEHIGH ALUMS '89 *** Diana, 
Lynne, & Elyssa! Here's to a new decade . . . Good luck Marthy & Helen!! Uguys ... ILL MISS YOU like CRAZY . . . this year 
has been great!!! ALL MY LOVE, E!!!! 





Living 223 



216 East Fifth St. 



Don't regret it, just forget it . . . Don't 
remember - never happened . . . CHEAP 
HOT MEN ... No idea . . . Men are Pigs! 
. . . Asti Night . . . Salut Prosit Cheers . . . 
4, 6, maybe 8 heads . . . Sigs Effect . . . 
'Twas the Evil one . . . Traveling Bar . . . 
LBI . . . blatantly naked . . . Glamour Puss 
. . . Big Lid . . . Moondance . . . smoothing 
music . . . Anything for money . . . Beer 
Bed . . . Sam Malone - our favorite Pig . . . 
I can't leave my roommate . . . Lust ... I'd 
do him! . . . We're special . . . Woo . . . 
male bonding . . . we'll have none of that! 
. . . You block I'll go for the bar . . . We be 
graining . . . Life moves pretty fast, if you 
don't look around once in a while, you 
might miss it! 



Tont, Tont, Tont; GPK's; Whaddya godda dial here- 
al?; Bbgffe- the six definitions; Pat, I'd like a T' 
please- Ohhh; Some place you can walk; Well, why 
don't you go to the drive- (ohhh); Just do it; Oh boy, 
oh, oh, oh; Whatever you want; I don't know- what 
do want to do?; Beat the Clock; Soon we will be 
having good fun that is funny; Bev's Hell Hole; 
Dinosaurs- "Yes, I'm graduating in less than six 
months; the coocoon/golf-ball dust monster incident; 

people are stupid; Lick my !; Call the Frosh; 

Steef . . . Whatf!?; Nadine's class; Involuntary liquid 
food diet; "Loving"; Snort, Snort; It's time for Trek; 
The Bovine Beauty; U.S. Splurt; NO- Well Steve, 
Prairie Disease; I can't stop farting tonight. 



Ed Allen, Bev Jones, Steve Kohl, Caren Rosenberg, Kim Sullivan 




Kristin Hackbarth, Laura Totten 



2.2 4 



Sweet And Innocent 



611 & 613 E. Fifth St. 




Hi there . . . Sunrise cocktails on the 
roof . . . show me your monkey . . . Ah, 
yes I know . . . Brrrp! . . . Sleep is for 
wimps . . . Kip who? ... a fistful of 
Cheetos . . . Maverick, you stud . . . how 
many quarters are in a game? . . . bullfish 
. . . conversational penalty box. interpre- 
tational foul . . . DA! . . tub of margarine 
from hell . . . post- Mass Martinis . . . 
CIA . . . just a little hole in the wall . . . 
the "c" word . . . who blew the fuse this 
time? . . I think Kip's installing a door- 
bell . . . give me a sports question . . . 
what did I buy at Wawa last night? . . 
two coffee beans and a teaspoon of sugar 
. . . Lucky Charms . . . FASCINATING . . 
. Nil's cup . . . All- Star Wrestling . . . 
backrubs . . . turkey dinners . . linguine 
& white clam sauce . . . Leon's. 3AM 
donut runs . . . I'll sleep when I'm dead . . 
. the Teker dance . . . who's falling 
through my ceiling? . . . Plantnap Char- 
lie .. . And thus we leave the land of the 
dancing girls and the waving palm trees . 
. . Goodbye, Farewell and Amen. 



E-l, N-l, L-l, S-l, M-l again?! W-l must 

truh. 

Eugene and Stanley love Jim and 

Francois. 

Poor Fish; It's time for Figs. 

What a Wench! 75 or Bust. 

Snuff and Goulash - Quaker too! 

Ick squared. 

Chicken Fingers and Family Ties. 

Can you play it louder?! 

Slam and Smell - what the hell. 

Us, Gossip? 

South Padre Studs. 

8 hours - like clockwork! 

What's my slot? 

C-ls and Beck's; Two in one day! 



Sue Barone, Elizabeth Bultman, Nancy Hershberg, Helene 
McDonald, Lisa Tarnofsky 



450 Montclair 



450 Garbage Dump ... Is this legally a 
bordello? . . . Do your own *!?* dishes 
damnit! The obese refrigerator polter- 
geist . . . The mystery barf aroma. Day- 
glow intimidation ... I did but it doesn't 
count . . . Tequila and popcorn - that's 
what America is all about . . . Chocolate 
milk and vodka . . . nude pictionary . . . 
pledge class quota . . . the dirty dancer . . . 
lock jaw . . . the mad rocker . . . T.P. 
rampages ... I really love you . . . the 
nocturnal marathoner . . . the 11th room- 
mate . . . ROUS . . . squirrels . . . "the 
pact" shuttle! ice molds . . . 5 for 5 . . . 
overnight bags . . . the stoner with the 
M&M fetish - we miss you! Can I just 
say one thing . . . Lusts: Colonel's son, 
Dance fever, the mousy nerd, the five 
o'clock phantom, water pumper, scary 
scammer, the right height, the jumper. 



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Fraternity life is the traditional choice 
of housing among Lehigh men. With the 
recolonization of Delta Sigma Phi in the 
fall of 1988, a total of 32 fraternity 
houses exists both on and off campus, 
and the fact that over 50 percent of Le- 
high males live in them comes as no 
surprise. 

Most men find Greek life to be the 
most attractive lifestyle at Lehigh be- 
cause fraternity houses can offer so 
much more than a dorm room or even a 
house off-campus. All the comforts of 
home are prevalent - meals are cooked 
and served to fraternity brothers right in 
their house, cable television, phones and 
a computer jack are accessible in every 
bedroom, and many houses have pay TV 
channels, free weights, a pool table, and 
a computer. 

Perhaps the most attractive reason to 
choose living in a fraternity house is the 
huge extent of social activity centered 
around the Hill. But there is a deeper 
reason which makes it the right choice 
for many men - the existence of a close, 
family-like atmosphere which makes the 
fraternity members brothers as well as 
friends. 

Living in a house adds a new meaning 
to college life. A pledge or brother learns 
responsibility to himself and to the other 
members in the house. Fraternity mem- 
bers find that living with so many differ- 
ent people from varied backgrounds en- 
hances the special bond that exists 
between them. 



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Alpha Chi Rho 



Phi Mu Chapter 






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JAKE SCOTT SAVTNO ALAN OAMASHEK SCOTT CASSELBERRY SCOTT CONWAY 



OMO-AGE BRAOW.LSON JASON KOSEK STEVEN EFFRON BRIAN BIRTELL SETH GOOOMAN OOUCUAS 




ALEX FEB. JOHN THORNTON H TOOO KEPMART 



Probations, Eddie one year later still liv- 
ing a lie, Biddle we hope there's a fire in 
you're house, Cheers, BeerPong, Three, 
Hogger, Drunken A**hole Award 
(Thanks Throb), 32/32, The Academic 
Powerhouse, The Administration truly 
loves us, More Probation, Elwood and 
Jake we hope you both die, Daryl our 
junkie cook, Hey Walt, nice camera - 
Nikon?, Schmaze, Moose, Underwear, 
Showtime, Cupcake, Pinning - never in 
Crow again, Formal - Nice Job Craig, 
Bus sex - Kreitz is yours as well as Her- 
shey Hummer, Lee thank God breakups 



don't require alimony, Pupsie, Love 
Unit, Flib go skiing, Iggie - no you're not 
weird, Chip our bald Mr. Bush, Walt - 
Golf Contraband? We didn't aid the 
Contra, that was Oliver North! To our 
lost pledgebros (Bird, Fly, Reidenhover, 
Kacik, Boyer, Doc) Good luck in life, Re- 
member the rules to Hogging. 1. Get 
ugly early. 2. If a girl is lower than your 
standards, lower your standards. Sig Pi 
Saturday, No Hazing - it's illegal. Good 
luck guys and keep the house rolling 
along. See you on Senior Week. Brian, 
Craig, FLib, Lee, Jay, Jay, Neil 



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Oww, oww, ooo wee sing-a-bamboo . . . 
D phi pots . . . U-haul . . . Lost weekend . . 
. pledge bark . . . Donkey woman . . . 
why? . . . Lil' Red Head Thang . . . This 

coast is F ed . . . Pledge trip . . . 

What's your major malfunction? . . . The 
linebacker . . . The fudgepacker ... I 
don't want to have fun . . . Work it - slug 
it with a shovel . . . Ingraham - "Wa- 
keup" . . . sack attack . . . Tripod System 
(submarine gunner, subsurface NE) . . . 
' Mary Lou . . . Darren and the gap queen . 
. . Staussy, wake up Arty . . . Chow me . . . 
QVB in the summer . . . Old gal, Captain 
D., Chuck . . . CE dorks . . . Bard's my 
girlfriend . . . Mr. Org. King . . . Staussy 
almost gets laid, again . . . T.K. - Kiss and 
Tell . . . Whisky Drinking Indian . . . 



Road Trip to Med School . . . Let's Kick 
their a - - es - maybe we should wait for a 
police escort . . . Julie Dolan . . . Rhino, 
Frankenstein and the herd . . . Give MJ a 
bid . . . Steffi *2 . . . Dominos . . . Slug 
Chug . . . Mrs. Kelsey, you must not like 
me . . . L.M. and the Four wheel drive 
vehicle . . . Gamma Phi still sucks . . . 
You'll never see her again . . . The adven- 
tures of the Bubble . . . Kathleen has 
great eyes . . . $30,000 in damage at the 
golf tourney . . . U-boat commander . . . 
Felch me ... I don't know why, I just 
love her ... If C only knew . . . Paradise 
City . . . The C word . . . Stupid, ignorant 
and on probation, again . . . Bad Medi- 
cine . . . Vlam, you can come, but I have 
no money for you . . . sitting on my 



knees and I love her . . Randilocks . . . Fat 
American Cow . . . Two less pins . . . Two 
more kegs . . . Staussy is still hungry .... 
Blindfold the zipper with dental floss . . . 
Gary, count off, pledge #14 .... TMWG 

Memorial to Piatt and Ingraham . . . 

Riley graduating in the summer? . . . See 
ya in the fall T.K., Kels . . . will Bakes 
ever graduate? . . . Ding-a-ling . . . Darsit 
#1 in med school . . . Gnome, Schnarr . . . 
Greek Week, The Formal, and Sr. Week . 
. . Gal, Slug, Stump, Riley, Gary, Stauss, 
Vlam, Arte, Darsit, Staitti, Rodney and 
yes T.K., Kels and Baker too . . . See ya 
Alpha Sig and Lehigh. 



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Alpha Rho Chapter 





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ATO . . . THE TAU CLUB . . . Farewell 
Harry Gass, good luck. FALL 1988: Fire 
Extinguisher/ Fire Cracker Wake-Ups, 
Harris is Si's hero, Harris & Hite finish 
LU football; congrats, linebacker quit- 
ters, Ted knock it down, Wad gets tire 
ironed, Pappas decks bouncer, Pappas 
breaks windows, Frank recruits for Sa- 
tan, Head of the Charles; Pat, Ted pay 
the cabby, Cliff diving at Pi Lam face 
painting Ha Ha, Pappas gets banned 
from LU but he and Harris do graduate. 
ROAD TRIPS: Delaware Lost Weekend, 
how many are still there . . . sophomores 
flee to Floriday, why . . . why not? . . . 
Colorado, ski much . . . Delaware again, 
Colly run naked we did . . . uh O.K., 
Mardi Gras - Colly, Pat, Grover, Bif, van 
breaks in Miss., race to the car, take any 
pictures? No., Senior (Pledge)Trip, D.C., 
Syracuse interview. SPRING 1989: Se- 
nior drinking clubs, Nintendo Junkies, 
Milk fights, Harris is back, Harpo speak, 
Rocky V, cable bills?, save the one-eyed 



si**, right twice, ATO Journal, the roam- 
ing mouse, flesh wound, who's engineer- 
ing this railroad, sheehy, hit fight, art 5, 
flashlight, Carl, Ad lib another story?, 
Buzz, can I borrow some $, juniors, 
please stay ... if you don't, don't be 
strangers. FAREWELL: Stirfry, Lamar, 
Renob, Possum, Pepe, Booger, Martini, 
Buzzard, Sheeba, Poopie, Sheleprock, 
Stooge, Appleby, Red Sauce. WEL- 
COME: Spicolli, Harpo, Chakka, Mr. 
Salty, Mougo, Bambi, Flachdance, Go- 
mer, Linus, Grape Ape, McFly, Spinabi- 
fida, NAMBLA. SPRING BREAK . . . 
Aero Mexico???, Nice Flight: EL PRESI- 
DENTE . . . ROSA, for you my special 
friend almost free, how many?, Lehigh 
chicks, Colly, Lafayette chicks, Mike and 
Colly?, Bloody Marys on the street, Dis- 
co beach . . . Gay loves wacing the beach, 
Indy 500, Bar Dives, Bongathon, Street 
Greeks, Booze Cruise Juice its cold out . . 
. Grover, Boylan, Evan PINNED, The 
King becomes King, Chinchilla swings 



from the rafters. Grover dives for 10 
stitches, The "Carnival" comes to ATO, 
ATO crutches, job search, Plathead in- 
jured (NRCL). THE BIT**ES: Don't wor- 
ry BIG Amy, Oompa Loompa, Flooth 
management, Kemo, Indy 500, Seeing 
Eye Dog, Ant-Christ, Sheehy, RAT, Psy- 
cho, Fatal Attraction, Mega-death - 
Thanks to all, sorry we got off track this 
year, guys got girlfriends . . . never hap- 
pen again. MISC: We need another apol- 
ogy pubnight, crazy pops cheery (Hello!) 
scotch rocks, The Dice Man, Heals, Josh 
wanted by Smoky the bear, Pallets, Roo- 
sevelts, Erv's, 55FF, Trapper's ID war, 
Naked Gun, Alpha Phi from Lafayette 
then KKP wants to make the same mis- 
take, Colly nothing to do . . again, formal 
we behaved, Mike, Kevin left there, 
Grenata has kuslin's chest protection, 
who wants OTIS, what a deal!, Road 
trips up the coast, Bimbo Bread, Thanks 
for the show Border, Bill and Colly. 



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Beta Chi Chapter 




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Feed the Dragon: Good guy - get to know 
him; Wait List Abuse; Starbrite; 
Greekers; Salad; Meet the Meat Pubnite; 
Lore Tails; Down in Memphis, Tennes- 
see; Auto Racing; October 1 - October 9; 
Myrtle Beach, Baby!!; Perez is an A-hole; 
Laundry at the Funhouse; Cathy Gets an- 
other Pin; Lumpy goes to Club Med; It's 
not Working, Use your mouth; Captain 
Ahab - The whale sticker; Homo in a 
pink shirt; Beach Party; Dacquiris in the 
Lean-to; Beta Sharpshooter / Agent Or- 
ange; Cuffed and Stuffed; Daddy's Little 
Darling is Missing; Happy Hour at the 
Yardarm; Beta Jacuzzi; 54 and Counting; 
2 Years and counting; Golf Champions; 
Football Champs; Boxing Champs; Glug 
- Glug - Yak; The Welcome Mat; Beta 
500; Bricks all around; Mario HopKins; 
SkidMark; Sue Who? Carol Who? Mr. 



Ingleschnook; Condoms in the couch; A 
family Affair; Losing the Rock; Oozer; 
Dance with Don (on the kitchen table); 
See Ya; Cutthroat; Nazi Box Control; Kill 
the Rabbit; Rule #12 is in effect; 10:37, 
The Hindrance; Wrestlemania 1-5; chili 
on Tuesday; Dan 'The Man' Mystic Sev- 
en; Beta Limo; Buttchese; Syracuse sucks; 
Beta Pits; Living Room Wiffleball; In a 
State of Yo; Uncle Gus and Aunt Judy; 
Hiding out under the sinks; Deli; Pin- 
head; Pretty Boy; Gibby; 'Cakes; Rat 
The Pink Lantern; Chico; Kloibs; Hoss 
Hilldo; Flash; Hee Haugh; Zabmo; Big E 
Velcro; Butthead; Googy; The Meat 
Swany; Squamis; Goo-Boy; The fat Hick 
Gilby; Zutes; Don; Cubby; The Old 
Man; Dobbs; Waaah; Blue Balls; The 
Slick Hick; The Goo Tornado; The Buz- 
zard; Tigger 



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BRADLEY MATTXW V1RKUS BRUCE AMBLER JOSEPH SCHNEDEA lAKELLGROOVER 




EDWARDS BPJAN FAWCETT 




Bro. Vacancy, The So-called Rowdy - let 

us all laugh in unison the Heckster 

.... Dibbs .... Flex laughingboy-heir to 

the plantation Boozer Stump Am- 

sterscam . . . Biscuit, Burglemeister . . . 
Eddie Munster, Stressmaster, Mr. Sensi- 
tive . . Scooter, Berney Bungmeister .... 
Kneel b4 the Schlonger .... KC McMad- 
den, Hoops McLaren, KCmyrecord- 
speaks for itself .... Blue Balls Casella . . 
. Czar Casella . . . Mayor Z Jr, Sport, I'm 
alpha I can fine anyone I want .... 
Schnarr Barr, Norton, Capt Random . . 
Richie-Partridge, Armed 'n' Dangerous 
Rosenthal . . . Slappy Sez YF . . . . Duke's 
Got Rotten Teeth .... Waggle Your 
Snake In The Window .... League of 
Battered Men . . . Huuuuh? .... Tam- 
myB-hit sez "Watch and Learn" .... 
Hershey Syrup, Mr. & Mrs. Boozer In 
The Bathroom, That'll Teach Her .... 
YFIBWCVST-Z ... Is That A Hickey? . . 
. Chug-n-Blow, The Brodie Shrine . . . 



Katie Crespi . . . Your Sister?, How Old? . 
. . . Get Your Head Out Of Your Brosnan, 
Wake Up And Smell Your Marcus I 
wouldn't do her with your Hagstoz . . . 
Claim It . . . Chicken Of Depression, Mr. 
Sad Breakfast . . . We're The Boys Of The 
Chorus .... Pagoda Dri-Shave . . . Chi 
Phi House of Women Beaters . . . Buck- 
A-Cup, I'm Gonna Depledge Right After 
. . . , The Brosnan Tailspin . . . Horta 
Patties, The Pain, The Pain . . . Ray's 
Been Bunned .... FROG WOMAN'S 
eleventh, She's A CBGW . . . Swell Hats . 
. . . Cornell Biscuits Of Life, Bullets In 
The Cornell River . . . S.S Schnarr, Pete's 
Bird #1, 2 . . . Bugfest .... For The Love 
Of God, Mother Of God! ... Ye Olde 
Alpha Rag, Zeta's Box O'Randomness . . 
. Lower Than Pepper . . . Q-Mart, Townie 
Run . . . You're Too Young . . . Fish 
Cookies, Dibbsmobile On Milk Crates . . 
. . MOOOOORLEY WHERE ARE You? 
.... Black Max .... Madge, Service Thru 



LUUUUUU .... Respect The Moose Lest 

Its Antlers Explode At Dawn Boo- 

lah Boolah .... ROTC Sucks .... Trowel 
Trowel, Howl, Howl, Howl .... That's 

Sooo Doug .... Fig Newton Song 

Punta!, Tampoon!, Is This The Mitrbox . 
. . 9 . . . . Look, We Beseech Thee, With 
Favor .... Rod Serling .... Omega 
Weight .... Chi Phi Scorn Committee . . . 
. Statue, Smack Me Kelly . . . She's Really 
Sick-She Has A Yeast Infection . . . May 
The Schwartz Be With You . . . Jean- 
Monster Has A Single . . . Chi Phi Botan- 
ical Gardens . . . Scooter Goes Dow In 
The Backstairs, Berney No One Admires 
You More Than I: Booze . . . You Never 
Saw Me In A Huuuuh . . . Suck The Pig . . 
. Seniors Unite, No Waits For Seniors . . . 
The New Mu Review . . . Bei Nu Meini 
Ke Ke Bo Bo . . . Gannon's Scarf . . Let 
The Candidate Come Again; He Won't 
Be Admitted New . . . Mosos Spit Or 
Swallow When I Was A Pledge . . . 



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Alpha Beta Delta Chapter 



240 





Lodge Boys Forever . . . Class of '86 thanx 
. . . C.B. reverse evolution Kamikazees . . . 
The Joker, Kicky, Mac, Bonz, Steroid, 
Weasel, Bull Moose, Bear, Backstreet, 
Doc, Hick, J.J, Holdsy, Double D, Log 
splitter, Commie, Breezey, Bid Day the 
start of it all, Pete's dumpster, Mint Con- 
flict, Fog, Bag Box & Stack, Fantasy 
Lounge, Thornburg, Scullion, Sac that 
day, Rich I have insomnia, Commie vs. 
Bottle = TKO, The Judge, Sylvester is 
fat, Mac & Dicky Keg tossing at Alpha 
Sig, Parker's groin stretch, Manny's 
Wiffleball, Shopping Cart Caper, The 
deuce is down, Peanut Party, Sunday 
Morning Zombies, Shrimp in ears, "O" - 
Fella's I'm Back!, Fiji feast - tapioca, 
mushroom, and peanut butter sand- 
wiches, Hick 2nd semester most im- 
proved, Hitler, Welcome George & Brett, 
Margate, Breakfast of Champs . . . Suds, 
E.J. and the remote, Bonz's Bloody Mas- 
sacre, 2 nasty night, 3 dog night - Line 
'em' up, Sunday night cold dorm - no 
one is safe, Pawlenko roars, Draggin the 
mattress down the hall, Thanx for the 
Cherry, holdsies laceration, The Curse, 
Deported!!, Spring breakers - Roll up the 



window, I've got something to say, 
George and the gymnast, Same knee 
holes, "How old is the Moose?", Brett 
home - Paddock in, Goodbye Bentley - 
Goodbye Hick, 7 a.m. - He's running an 
errand, Pied Piper, Naples a little T & A, 
Go-Go, Trichinosis sticks, Pumpkin Ca- 
per, Scratch & Sniff, The Pigpen, Breezy 
didn't gamble but he lost, A & D thanx, 
Tag, "The Lincoln Tunnel", Tag WEL- 
COME DOUBLE D!, Paddock out Brett 
in, J.J.'s got Bonz's sloppies, Bear - All- 
League . . . snap, the elephant leg, Freedie 
Ball, Red head to toe, Doc test the loft, 
"What is the avg. speed of an African 
landswallow?", Pompano, The Button 
Brawl, Country Roads at Dirty Harry's, 
Bonz's wild baby oil contest, Ken's 
daughter, Gettysburgh Massacre - we 
walk, Where's Holdsy?, Breezy's Portu- 
gese Paradise, E.J. and Dicky almost 3, 
QuicKnaps, The Quadruple Threat - if 
you dare, Cinderfella, The Doba, Meaner 
than on Old Ground Hog, Floaters in the 
ocean, Ocean Holiday, R.T., The Doll 
House, "There's a naked girl in my 
room!", Schottsies limp pays off, Cha- 
Cha loves Hick, Joker - Jody and the 



purple people eater, The turtle, Commie 
and J.J.'s milkcrate, Naked Beer Slides - 
Doc, Mac, Brett and Roon, The Leisure 
Club, Donkey Balls, Bills tie, X-mas Par- 
ty - here's Tazzy!, Coyete Ugly, Sarspar- 
illa, Dr. Danny and Mr. Hyde, Holdsy's 
back, fat and fun, enjoying his leisure 
time, If you're gonna be a bear, be a 
grizzly, Tonight we drink like men, The 
X-mas Crew, Song Song Green, Trap- 
pers, Stahleys, Mac Plays, Wings and 
Beer, Couch Schott, The Sniper got Pete 
& Rich, I.M. Football Champs, Raiders 
of the Night, New Years at Red's, Joker's 
Dream & no valentine, Jai-Lai, Redding 
Roadhouse & the Professor, The Fever 
hits, there's always tomorrow, Hicks 
burning down the house, Screamer from 
the water bed, Dicky & Roon's Patron 
J.J. earns an "A" the easy way, Maine 
and hole in the wall club, J.J. Camps out 
looking for a Wolf, Boston's Alpha Psi, 
A.C. or Bust, a short one followed by a 
shorter one, I knew it cold, '90, '91 thanx 
for the good times, '92 keep the Tradition 
Y.I.T.B. Class of '89 



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BDWE!! - Thanks Scoob . . . Break a leg, 
Bob . . . Stay out of the bowl, Fish . . . 
Who's got the brain today? . . . Grease up 
the poles, it's gonna be a long one! . . 
Larry was here . . . Pubnight burial - 
remember 9 years! . . . FUMD . . . No 
really, they took our film . . . Dean, just 
give 'em $20 and forget about it . . . Will 
you have the house w(h) ine? . . . Do your 
housejobs! . . . Danny Q, out-but-out . . . 
Deer meat? or Mrs. Pratt? . . . Kill the 
wabbit, kill the wabbit!! . . . Lighten up 
Mr. Simons, you're on a cruise! . . . Birkel 
Boys? . . . Haitians calling! . . . Uncle 
Wally likes little boys! . . . Pete C: 7 years 
of college down the drain! . . . Boogie 
Bob: Get laid! . . . S&M (att) . . . WLB: 
King of the first date . . . Louisiana Lenny 
and His Herem of Two? . . . Scott, stop 
flexing . . . Chi, Liz - Who would YOU 
rather sleep with? . . . Softmore class 
cheer . . . Farewell Slugs . . . 1TB . . . 
Senior rules committee . . . Will the soda 
bar ever get done? . . . Mike R: Lighten 



Up!! . . . Bruce the Goat . . . No more Fred 
music! . . . Davey P: Zap you're out! Ka- 
boom! . . . Dan: Do you like anything? . . 
. Take the Night Train . . . Tool's Ho Bio . 
. . Bob you're fired! . . . How do you like 
your eggs, Delta Sig? . . . 369! . . . Todd's 
Laundromat . . . Fluffy: Who's next? . . . 
Nick: Right Guard & Left Guard! ... OK 
Joe! . . . Dave S: Killed by his own troops 
in Vietnam . . . Rusty: Get the wrist 
fixed! . . . Porch Rats . . . Mother Tim . . . 
Ramon: Delta Dorm . . . Deck the walls 
with sleaze from Holly . . . Schreder: Or- 
ange whipped? . . . Paging Dr. Carlow . . . 
King FUBAR: Fat, Drunk and Stupid is 
no way to go through life, Son!! . . Little 
Sisters: A contradiction in terms? . . . 
Jason: Guilty as charged . . . Hulk Herron 
. . . Lainie: Feta box . . . Senior Pledges? . . 
. Rock 'n' Robin . . . Boot Parties . . . 
Delta Loft Builders . . . Good Night, Gene 
. . . Cordially, Gig, Gimp, Hobbit, Luv 
Slave, Tool, Spidey, Slug, K.K., King, 
Rock, Dream, Maytag. 




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Road trip from hell . . . Smell of Death . . . 
Van from hell . . . Stein, Storch, Rug, 
Harris, Nertz, HKC, Yo Lar, Douche, 
Bletch, Jowels, Gouldie, Boots . . . 

Haeuffhear . . . the Hooker . . . Fat . . 

. It's Ladie's Night! . . . The Ho . . . Goof- 
dance .... Wave-chug! .... Weak-acts . . 
. . As far as you know . . . sure . . . 

excellent . . . Shitty ... Keg-O-Later . 

. . Big Guns . . small . . . Gams . . . Hell- 
shack . . . Shuckers . . They're not going 
to tow the car . . . dude . . . Gordo . . . Are 
you looking at me? . . . Trolls . . . Senior 
Lounge . . . I'll drink to start . . Hi, How 
are ya? . . . sucks for you . . . The Mav . . . 
Czech cocktails . . Dude, you don't un- 
derstand . . . cowbell . . . Bhatt beer to the 
lifeguard stand! . . . saggy breasts . . . 
Transvestite crawl . . . See ya . . . Attitude 
fine . . . Drunk as hell . . . Lister only 
visits to rag on us . . . Monkey-cam . . . 
Cock-block . . Juniors rule! - Spuds & the 
Mrs., Ducky Chevich, Beef Testicles, 
Shundrapt, Turtletaub & small, Shag & 
Daphne, Dorky Piork, Lew's imbal- 



anced, Jim Genius . . . SUCK IT! . . . 
Seniors suck . . Hazy, hot & humid! . . . 
Shecter Birnbaum . . . Cheese boy . . . I'm 
Sammy . . . Here's to you, honey . . 
hum-job! . . . Jimmy Ange-fetus . . . How 
do you think she got to be that way!? . . . 
Who's getting pinned next? . . Hey Beach 
Blast! . . . Did you shoot? . . . Like the 
plaque . . . Champ, Chop, Chump . . . 
That's a GROSS misconception . . . bottle 
night . . . It's a sick world, Chop - it can 
even get Grolsch . . . Fire it up! . . . 
Duuuuuude! ... I can smell it all the way 
from Maginnes . . . Stick a hit . . Tony, 
shut up! . . . Beef's stick of death . . . two- 
thirds vote . . . Tube room - uh, uh zone . 
. . Eat it, Gunius . . . Bhatt Beer! . . . 
Cheese Chairman's report . . . Bhaaaaaat! 
... I am Froggy and I write the songs . . . 
Tom, please remove your hand from my 
braissiere - Oh! Well! . . . Where's Ost? . . 
. Daaaaaave Blake! . . . Merkel, Rob Mer- 
kel . . . Big FAT deli pickles . . . Korn - 
????? . . . Old fraternity . . . spheroidal . . . 
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Collect call from the pledges, will you 
accept the charges . . . No sleep till Pitts- 
burgh . . . Make sure that car is in no way 
affiliated with Delta Sigma Phi ... I have 
crustaceans in my shorts . . . Pile on Joe's 
girlfriend . . . Hey, why did you slap my 
friend? . . . Michelob Dry is WET!!! . . . 
Wrestlemania!!! ... I donate this orange 
pylon . . . OK everybody, forward rolls 
and push-ups . . . Alex and the Lafayette 
Grand Slam . . . and the Wall came crum- 
bling down . . . Has anybody seen my 
wallet, my shoes, my pants, or my car? . . 
. UC food doesn't taste all that bad when 
all the senses are deadened . . . Cheaters 
never win, and neither do pledges . . . 
Warm Colt 45 . . . Why is this guy going 
down on the funnel? . . . Never nay who . 



. . My sister's getting married this week- 
end . . . Don't worry, it's under the back 
seat . . . What the heck is Trouser 
Mouse? . . . Beer hats all around . . . the 
Bethlehem Girls Choir . . . Let's party in 
Richards parking lot . . . Love-A-Cop day 
sponsored by Thurston ... Is that a 
potato in your hand or are you just glad 
to see me? . . It's a joke, but it's a relevant 
joke . . . Wake up sis, we need money for 
the tolls . . . the receding hair line race 
and the schnaz competition ... He may 
do neither . . . Lerch, McFly, Mighty 
Mouse, Magilla, Woody, Splat, Thur- 
stin', Kojak, Jake the Snake, Nub, Lum- 
mox, Mr. Rodgers, Charlie Brown, Wet 
Willie, Linus, Sherlock, Ernie, Stork, the 
Wall, Slayer, Methead, Parakeet, Tight 



White, Bruce Ki ... a BIG ZUCCHINI . . 
. Whip me, beat me, make me eat Carna- 
tion hot chocolate . . . Why do you wear 
an extra large shirt when your arms are 
so thin . . . Random party hopping ... I 
like him, he's a really good guy . . . We 
love Squirt . . . nach, whoch, threech . . . 
the band at Hillside 102 . . . My under- 
wear is where? . . . Willie is a zenith and a 
vertical asymtope on the curve of life . . . 
Sherlock, it's the Lancaster Police, they 
found your car . . . Don't trust anyone 
over/under thirty . . . Here's to next 
year's pledge syllabus. 1-2-3-CLAP!! Re- 
spectfully submitted by THE WALL, 
dedicated to METHEAD. 



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Sit and Spin . . . Who Cares? . . Box!! 
Goalie Rating .... I looove Jell-O .... I 
like Nancy's Frenz . . . Blow me! Yaht- 
zee!!! . . . Merritt did what? . . . PTP ... a 
six credit class . . . Dinger . . . slot . . . 
Right there's good . . . Black Bull . . . 

Pollack, Pollack, Pollack you 

suck!!! Alien Abduction . . . You're not 
watching that again, are you, Gold- 
stein?!?! Oranges F.M. How bout a 
humma . . . Crash and burn . . . O.V . . . 
Shadow . . . Hey, you know . . . Heeeer's 
to Nod . . . APDCW . . . DTAD . . . 
Toneee Tanteee . . . Why don't you . . . 
Dickin' brothers . . . Who got a penalty? 
What, a fight?! More fries!!! What's your 
paint . . . Parakeet insurrection . . . THE 
GAME. . . Emmerman lost to who? 
Words to die by will be read by . . . Cierra 
Del Fuego . . . John Cocktoostin hoops . . 
. Is there mail in yet? Donuts in my 



room . . . "the baseball people" Henry III 
. . . Diehard . . . Hairspray . . . Hoosiers 
What kind of name is Merritt? Like it's 
my j.o.b. job ... He fell asleep with his 
roddin . . . bookends ... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 au 
natural . . . Go Doyerrss . . . The presi- 
dent is a Democrat? nice head Dan. Delts 
talkin about . . . UmmmmBanooo . . . 
nice jacket Rick . . . We'll definately get 
the deck this summer . . . Kappy, about 
your car . . . reheated whoopers . . . put it 
in "two pair" ... I just got a letter from 
Wagner . . . Banoooo for Twoooo ... I 
don't care if it IS peach, it LOOKS pink. 
Webster, what do you think about 
Monty Python? We have a neurotic 
Mascot!! Hey seniors, will you contrib- 
ute to the class gift fund? Are you F 

IN nuts? B-Jovi sucks . . . Who's gettin 
pinned? Fletch Lives!!!!! 




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The kap seniors remember: freshman 
orientation weekends, meeting pledge 
brothers on bid night, dragging a sleep- 
ing RoFlo from party room hallway, 
Slambeast in the Sped pool, room james, 
watermelon slides, case day, civil war 
parties, grain punch, pubnights, bed 
races, beer pong, balcony blows, import- 
ed beer, fun parties, "She swallowed for 
you?", Frank and the Rainbow Coali- 
tion: "Do you wanna see my bombers?", 
Lehmann's terms: "How much? Just 
SAY it!", the first away football game: a 
lost tradition, tossing cookies in the P- 
Suite, fish for dinner . . again, chucky, 
but cute, Sorority Nights at KA, the 
SMAGS raid: Kappa Alpha Squiggle, "I 
hope they send some cute ones next 
time", the three wise men, Dake and the 
Amazon: bringing back white suprema- 
cy to the NBA, Steve Lee in the dump- 
ster, Joe Daly's friends, Garbage Dick, 
Bas hitting speed bumps in the phone 
room, Stittler Youth, Zed: keeper of the 



cave, throwing peanuts at the beast, 
push-ups in the Den of Sin, "When I was 
a pledge . . .", the last annual viking 
dinner, funnelating leftovers at Delta 
Fire, Goonie, Rudy, and cooke: the K- 
AAA, "legal underage drinking", Road- 
trip One, Captain Sweats and the soda 
deficit, "Carbs, is this Pike?", stiff neck 
at the Brass Rail, surfer dude, "Have you 
seen the kaps from V.D.?", Rudy in leg 
shackles, wall paneling, VJ's mother and 
Schneiders' mom, "I'm not going to 
sing.", the Gamma Force, Ode to Tremb- 
ley 28, ALF gets a Schneids attack, Leh- 
mann surfs the belly swell, Foy Manson 
munching rug, Goo the Babble-Master: 
"Alane said I'm wearing a tux.", free 
pitchers from Donna at the Ho, "J: are 
you a urinal or what?", Shake 'n' bake 
Dake: the quakin' fake snake, Born to 
Bone, "You broke up with Jenny .... 
again?", Bas and the Engineers Song, 
"Upper hall sucks!" .... "Lower hall 
swallows.", S+ + in the T+ +. The kap 



seniors forget: the kap condom machine, 
Jason Krivy and the fruit flies, Heilke, 
the beast's real name. Random com- 
ments: "Flashdance" Steinberg Who 
dresses you? Madigan: Smoke my bat 
Kirsch: Gilette's mustache is better than 
yours. Yavo: Three's company. Squid: 
(Math 22 X 5) + 44 = I.U.P. Ski: You've 
got sloppy 222nds. Obi-Joe Kenbodi: 
May the clue be with you. The LC? . . . 
Well, maybe they're good for the house 
gpa. Who cares where Venezeula is? . . . 
or Tokyo, for that matter. Fat, drunk and 
stupid is no way to go throughlife. 
Wolfe? ... he was a brother before we 
recolonized. Read "In the Beginning" 
again. You're a great bunch of guys . . . 
we feel very strongly about this. K + 1 + s 
brevity! Twelve minus five equals us: 
Glide, J, Dake, Scoop, Jeff, Frank, and 
Bas (absent: Wooley, Yavo, Barry Paraoh, 
and ?). Written in the Tally Ho Kappa 
Beta Phi room, 2/23/89 



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It was the Friday after a Thursday night . 
. . Time to pay the Fiddler . . . The last 
Derraaah . . . Don't blow out a nut . . 
Rusty has a speckled hog . . . Phu - Wok . 
. Moscasolta slichohoro diskowitz .... 
Brick her shut . . . Kitchen witch . . . Mr. 
Skippy . . . Mitch Cumstein . . . Carrots 
and honey . . . High Schwantz . . . H . . . 
The Albert . . . Relieving ourselves at 
AOPi . . . Pieman saw my cooly . . . Crack 
. . . The Theta Kid . . . Superman . . . 
Rahul, the carpet rider . . . Johnny 
Sphinlter . . . Lucky Alley . . . T-Ray . . . 
Hairy Paper . . . Worm Lee . . . Bung Ho . . 
. Scrum Brothers . . . John, where's the 
second checkbook? . . . Sweetness . . . Fat 
Sam . . . Didyaeater . . . Piss, Drool, 
Spicoli, Excrement, Toke . . . The Pear . . . 
Choo Sluy . . . Morris, Skierman wake up 
. . Should I insert or should I spurt? . . . 
Green Agree . . . Beer Jarts . . . Cape Cod 



Alcoholism . . . Hoagie, Mr. Wertz, Mr. 
Sports . . . What the hell's that fer . . . 
You're drunk, where's Sue? . . . The Volt- 
meter . . . Phil's brother Dave ... 1 for 
pong . . . Go to the white mustang and 
turn, I'll hit you ... 5 Bill Tail-Light . . . 
Mung, Bung, Tongue ... 7 years of col- 
lege down the drain, might as well join 
the Peace Corps . . . Vlasak Classic . . . 
Dude, the bottom line is . . . It's Thurs- 
day, where's Monique . . . Cavemen . . . 
Four score and six . . . Bruce, let's go to 
the Ho, you're driving ... 16 will get you 
20 . . . The waiter's so gay, he's a fire 
hazard . . . Boomer and Sampson . . . 
Negatory on the statutory . . . Exit Swine 
. . . Hung like a sparrow . . . Chef Jeff . . . 
Slaybone . . . Come with me, I won't hurt 

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I Love you, Muffin! . . . Beat it Squid! . . 
Shnurp . . . It's under Goido's bed, where 
else! . . . Nice neck, Erv! . . . Piss & Pudd! . 
. . Almighty Gash-Head ... I have to 
study. I don't do drugs . . . Strap-one on . 
. . Un - Be - Lievable .... Inconceivable . . 
. Here's to Brother Gilligan, Felix, Ricky, 
Giraffe . . . Graceland . . . Hoops in Feb- 
ruary . . . D + , Good Improvement, Rod . 
. OTB, I heard that . . . Wife Swapping . . . 
E.C./Chell/Malindo J.J./Novak/Mi- 
chelle . . . Watch your language . . . We 
forwarded your resume to our Mexican 
operations . . . Beermyster President . . . 
Oh, 2 months - That's not too bad ... I 
might not go down in history, but I will 
go down on your sisters . . . Talk into the 
fish, Ginger . . . Melissa, Jaime, Nina - I 



guess Courtney's next . . . We sang, you 
drink - That's the Deal! ... I really appre- 
ciate stairs . . . The owl is strong and can 
kill . . . The Troll . . . The Chicken House 
. . . Dixon . . . The Bear is back ... "I have 
to go find myself" . . . Tratner's Christ- 
mas date "Blows" . . . Social for Hosebag 
. . . OTB - Bond Number . . . It's not 
Pete's House Party Weekend ... Is Trish 
paying rent? . . . Nordahl for MPW! . . . 
The smallest house in NJ . . . One-Se- 
mester Sette . . . Kangaroo Al - Go to the 
library! . . . Where's Phillips? . . Albright 
. . . You mean we have to keep a ledger? . 
. . Who said he only acts stupid? . . . Teen 
Wolf, Bat Mite . . . Don't call me Squeaky 
. . . Boomer . . . Fred . . . (Cocktose) 



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Dayts, Skeets, Gus, Fastman, TK, Bish- 
op, Gumby, Tuber . . . Cornell Red Eye . . 
. E I'm an Enzyme . . . Stumper, Stumpy . 
. . Where is Tabor? . . . Filet . . . No 
Druids and No Bow Ties!!! . . . We can't 
think but we can drink . . . Chuck's emo- 
tional difficulties . . . TK and Dayts 
drinking in a padded cell . . . Fiji schol- 
ars, Annual lowest cum on the hill party 
. . . FSFD!!!! . . . Squirt . . . Cujo ... Old 
Mill Invitational . . . Erv's . . . Last survi- 
vors of the real social policy . . . Toe 
drying . . . Hair club for Men . . . ISHIAS! 
. . . What are Vuarnets? . . . 

HAAAAAARSH!!!!!! Schnapper . . . 

What's his lastname? . . . Daytsand his 
great McDonalds Adventure . . . Tabor, 
shouldn't you drive with lights on? . . . 
Charlie is whipped . . . Crispy . . . Time 



spent wasted isn't wasted time!!! . . . 
Crispy . . . Room 2 Killer and Room 10 
Horseracing . . . "Guys it's quiet study 
hours" . . . Helga from Sweden . . . 
Chuck, quit snoring . . . Where are all the 
girls at our party? . . . It's good to be the 
Queen . . . Sour Controller . . . We want 
pink!!! ... "I am a really light sleeper" . . . 
TK nice uppercut . . . Sophomore con- 
bined GPA - 1.1. . . Tellini kissing the Pig 
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. . . Where is Bishop and who is he? . . . 
Joint NBA rights . . . The guy with the 
receding hairline is a freshman . . . He- 
man and Skelator . . . Whisper b h . . . 

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High, High, High, Phi Kappa Psi . . . I'm 
just filling in here . . . Leave my ferret out 
of this . . . Constipated meetings . . . 
Meeting quotes . . . The Ho . . . First 
"real" pledge class . . . The Bar (only a 
little over budget) . . . and the letters . . . 
Todd, you're beautiful . . . Style . . . Party 
House . . . pong, a way of life . . . Foos . . 
.Yeah, I'm here for an education . . . Win- 
kie break . . . Todd - one for fifty in 
Softball . . . Dave - "Just ONE more 
thing" . . Drink Off . . . Steve - cup fights 
with Larry . . . Roofing It . . . Todd and 
Dave's Bar in Bermuda . . . John - volly- 
ball fool . . . Two hands . . . DD - the first 
pinning . . . Brador . . . Dave's Dart - no 
reverse . . . Imported Beer . . . John - 
Delaware Harem . . . Lubus Look-alike . . 
. Kitten . . . Steve's Westward Excursion . 
. . Daquiri Party . . . No married women . 
. . For cryin' out loud . . . The love you 



take is equal to the love you make . . . 
CAN NOT SHALL . . . Brother Spew . . . 
Dazers . . . Stud of the week . . . Sunrisers 
. . . Birthday showers . . . Tom's door . . . 
Nudge - Nudge . . DH & S twins . . . 
Leave me alone, I've got a job . . . Steve, 
get the Led out - headphones only . . . 
Morale Factor . . . I'll go if Steve goes . . . 
Caribbean Cruiser . . . Meatloaf singa- 
longs . . . Grizzly . . . Hags . . . DDD . . . 
Quincy . . . Golden Boy . . . Greeker 
Sunday . . . Bowl-A-Thon . . . Daytona 
Beach . . . Wings - Bridgework's not 3rd 
Street's . . . Golden Shoe Award . . . Slip- 
pers . . . PITA sucks . . . Act 31 - I'm 21 . . . 
Get a real job . . . Imaginary Engineer . . . 
Gujsteinburgerwitz . . . Don't break the 
brick . . . Golden Apron . . . Scavenger 

Hunt Fudgie Late-nite 

M*A*S*H .... Live Ever, Die Never, Phi 
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Ruff, B-Mar, M-Let, Cooter, Mikecraig, 
T-Bone, Kesty, Bear, Madness, P. Frat- 
Guy, Mac, Rick? - Q.V.: Dave, get a clue! 

Lettie's Crack. What's the factor? E- 

V-E-R . . . Aw Sh Partner. Ah, yeah 

huss. Guys, CREW! (CROW, SPEW, etc.) 
Vegas, S.V. Train. Smooth. Get plastered 
at Phi Kap. Yo, Ruff! Westdyke Girls 
Rick D's "Josie's on a ... " Thank's to 
you . . . the united way. It's a Hazetor- 
ium! The Breakfast CLub. The List. The 
Worst. Hey pal, I write the list! Uuhh, 
you guys got dates? No, I'm on bar. Sor- 
ry, dork. Exposure. I want my $10. No, 
no way will I hand him cash, sir. GO, 
now, yesterday, twice! Cold Beers, Warm 
Water, and Hot Women. The chafey 
smirf. One plow does not an unchafe 
make. Or two, or three . . Pledge preroga- 
tive, Brother's can walk and like it. 10 
o'clock charlie. Black Lines. S & T Taylor 
rental. Someone forgot to return Geoff. 
Gmon. Did you ever notice ... . ? Senior 
meetings. Nude Crew starts tomorrow. 
Late nite Denny's train. Pull out McGov- 
ern! Jeb long. Kirk . . . Line-up! Flat out 
stokin'. Dead cold busted. It's on the 
house. What's hucc? Penn State I and II. 



High Speed food fights. Dude, no way?! 
PANIC - Admiral Crow. Sweet Cheeks 
Benjamin. They call me Lou. Backstab- 
bing rain dance. Senior elitist scumbags. 
The Bracket Clue. 201 rm. goofs. Prime 
Directive. Chia Pet. The Clapper 
(Crouser?) The best class this house has 
ever seen. The worst crew member this 
house has ever seen and Lettie's not far 
behind. Guys fly, the Rookie, the Ghost, 
the Alien. Kesty gotta Gooda Godda. 
Henshaw, L.T. Munchers. "We don't 
need a bigger bar we need smaller 
chicks." Think of it as a fundraiser. All 
she does is . . . Foul Mouth Cook. Cha- 
sagna. Where are you, where are you go- 
ing, what am I talking about? Beeell. 
Conversion. I heard a rumor. Exactly . . . 
Lie, cheat, steal, be hairy . . . One way 
trip to Bath. Chas's father died .... 
again. Defender -Heh, heh, heh. Hotel B. 
Stars & Gars. I'm waiting for Dawn to 
call. You're a snapping idiot. I have a 
quiz. Mohawski. P. Moran snap. P is for 
Power. Dominique. Garbage, Spewage, 
Tubage! I want to be an I.R. major. 
Raaackmonster! Guess what Kesty did 
now. Humdinger of a weekend. The Bat. 



Garbaques. Gapers suck. We've seen the 
light. Schee Ya Little Sisters! Lunar 
Launcher. Mel-fry . . . they're practically 
giving parties away! Pick Rick. D.A.D. 
You're whipped! Like sands through the 
hourglass, so are the days of our Jack. 
Communication's seminar. And Mike 
Craig gave us 50! So ... By the way - I 
mean . . . Oh my Norman! Mind if we 
play through? Dr. Huss. Expulsion. The 
Composite Fiascos. Rathbone Dining 
Club. "What kind of fraternity runs out 
of cups?" Airsports 'Buca on ice. Iced 
Teas. Blade! Pumpfakes. Blatant McGo- 
verning. "There's no reason to panic." 
Sophomore hardons. Greek Week 1986. 
Psi U', Rock. C.L. Bogused. "No more 
Blah, blah, blah!" Ziiinnngggg! "Are the 
bouge? No I think they're Catholic." 
Buffalo is the worst. Bopping Dave. The 
Dancing Bears. Mark, did she get elec- 
trolosis? WARNING: Alpo Gam Formal 
in 2 weeks. Run, Hide, Lock your door! 
McSorley's. Blatant Rick Singing. 
(R.E.M. in the shower) Pubnites! Super- 
Boy. Wiffleball . . . defind yourself! 
Sweater Vests. The Monk Club. The 
Grand Poobah. The Worm. Schee Ya! 



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Don G?", The ultimate schlep rock, boot 
chugs, "Party Boat", Bounty on Jess, 
Mel's desk job, Pump in the place where 
you clean, Loading the warehouse with 
Anders and Skipper, Stop Bouncing 
Slah!, "Hey, is Sonny, I mean Anders 
here?", Izzy nug face, what a great days, 
"Ding Dayna", Matt = Foulness, two 
folds, Rosanne Barr Love our Gorilla, 
The pinning of Annette and Frankie, 
House shroom, Brillo the old Brillo, Act 
31 sucks, "Who's that Mike guy any- 
way", sophomore snap fest, Don't let 
chops die, Theta wenches from hell, the 
ultimate buzz enhancer, put Molson in a 
blender, Chuck your forehead is bleed- 
ing, Rambette, "Where's Marty?" put 
some lead in Slick's pencil, not being 
Ken, Matt, C-Day amd Brad's evil twins!, 
Thrice is nice, "Zak go outside?" still not 
packing, Karen Barker takes it up the A:, 



Oh could I Throw her a bang, why is 
there celery in our jello?", Reed you have 
no chance, Bud, Buds, and Budman, Gri- 
macise. I wish Peter Pan would fly away, 
Can Greg Carry Carrie, Al Bundy for 
President, She-Day, Harpoon the She- 
Grim, Over a year for Slug, "We love you 
Laura", Marty + H.N., S. Yak the sev- 
enth generation, Rambo still with us, 
"Skin to win!" Drugs, chugs, and Eggs? 
Where did Ken get his gut?, Keep your 
head still Rasta!, Trips to Long Island, 
Meaningless 3-Pointer at the buzzer, 
DICE, steelcage bar rally, To: Otter Mel, 
Matt, Art, J.W., Wheelie, Dylan, Stong, 
Budman, Izzy, Lurch, Mugsy, Hugel, 
Slug?, Bird?, Rambo?? The world needs 
ditch digger too! To: Smok'em, Harry, 
Bordum, Ringo, Cowie, Doug E. Fresh, 
Ted Kope, Snail, Sunil, Solete, Rick, 
Flounder, Scotch. Psycho, Connito, Kyle, 
WAAHH!! 



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Scum, scum, scum, go back to where 
you're from . . . Weasel! . . . Grab-Grab 
Take-Take . . . Explosive . . . Emotional . . 
. How'd you hurt you're leg, Banner . . . 
Cranky Franky . . . Ya-Man . . . Dummy . 
. . Scorbin . . . Do you measure? . . . 
Naaaate . . . Fenstermonster . . . Sud's 
Greekers . . . Scepter + Crown . . . Ha- 
zenik (El Hazo) . . . Bail Out! . . . Magic 
Foos! ... As far as you know . . . Where's 
Geoff? . . . Tired of tires? ... No excuse . . 
. Wings . . . Tell us about Pottsville, 
Fenster . . . Belin, fail out . . . Kasson, 
Kassoff . . . Pike at Penrod's Party Plaza . 

. . 1, 2, 3, You suck D ... Party at the 

Annex . . . 1000 cup Beirut . . . Greiffer 
Madness . . . And by the way Dave, 
you're an idiot . . . Pledges Halloween 
costume . . . Mother, I'm a thesbian . . . 
You're right ... I got my task done . . . 



Frank: I'm thinking about this glove . . . 
Hey smart guy . . . Excuse you . . . Relax 
Scorbin, she's passed out . . . Alright! 
There won't be a party . . . Why don't 
you guys just think . . . Senior class pub- 
night at the Annex . . . Pike Jar of Shame 
. . . Phototron . . . Bully!! . . . Annex Mail 
Fraud . . . Keeping the sidewalks clear of 
snow . . . Cutty's pitstop on the way to 
Daytona . . . The Deathmobile . . . 
Norm's tin man ... A non-alcoholic 
party?!? . . . Money . . . You're name's 
easy to remember. You're Binky . . . Se- 
niors at the Bone . . . Mr. B's pissed. He 
wants the rent . . . Thank God its the 
cops . . . You're alright, Slim . . . You're 
the goods . . . BC gets married ... Is there 
a Jim Bob in the audience? . . . Motion to 
close! 




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Not 4 years but 40 ... Ho Chi Chicken . . 
. Hagar the Horrible: Lots o' women, 
Tons o' Tuna . . . Whippin' Doo . . . 
Thanx Eric Eckle, for our U.Va. spending 
spree . . . Who ordered the Belgian Love 
Waffle? . . . People pay good money for 
that . . . Yo cheesecake . . . Reconstruction 
Period and the Party Period . . . Herbay . . 
. Pledges? Remote control everything . . . 
When and where are we boozin' it? . . . 
The Swamp . . . Club Caribe . . . B2 
Necrophiliacs = Toss me a Cold One . . . 
Beer Pong - It's more than just a way of 
life . . . Frares, please . . . Farewell to the 
Crypt ... Pi Slam . . . That Beaver Barber 



. . . Hey Jimmy, How 'Bout a round of 
B***jobs . . . Ashtrays, Shovelhead, Re- 
drider, Brown-girl, Missle T*ts, Pump- 
kinhead, Rat woman, Hagar, Love Slave, 
Firebox, Sasquatch, Snaggletooth - 
Thanx for being our 24 hour banks . . . 
Laying pipe, laying cable . . . Fitteron, 
Fitteroff ... If he could get her sweater 
off, he'd be better off . . . Don't hit him 
Brother Lowenthal . . . The Funnel, 
Wednesday nights, The Tree, Chu-offs - 
12 min., 1 keg . . . Later Boys: Haus, KP, 
Tony, Herb, Spider, Phil, JD, Joe Steve, 
Pete, Army Ed, Dave, Louiee. MIA: Term 
and Spanky. 



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Hey man, is that Freedom Rock? Well, 
turn it up . . . What smells like fish? . . . 
Keep your head and arms inside the mix- 
er at all times . . . "Watch yer feet, guy" . . 
. What? . . . No! . . . Shut Up! . . . "Why's 
everyone getting out?" . . . We're there 
Skyrm ... So What . . . Because I can 
never remember the 4th line of the 2nd 
verse . . . HEY-Hoagie Head! ... I hate 
her, she smells so bad!! . . . Don't feed the 
dog people food, she'll think she's a per- 
son . . . I'm a morning person-Murf . . . 
The oven's not calibrated . . . The Food 
Theory . . . Do you want to see my loft?! . 
. . Do you believe in Computer Logic? . . 
Stop touching me! . . Ahhhhhhh-(Draino 
Style) . . . Zippy the dog got run over by a 
Russian ... I thought Zippy was a 2x4 . . . 
Ya know, when I was a pledge . . . You 
see, it's like this . . . Bump drunk again, 



Nah . . . I've been living a lie ... Ya see, 
the five food groups . . . No, I'd really 
make a good steward . . . "A Living Hell" 
. . . Thanks for the kiss, I guess I owe you 
a sweatshirt . . . Those things are HUGE! 
. . . Flush the van! . . . Thanks for the 
Brocolli, Toby ... LA LA LA LA LA LA- 
Booger . . . Where's a pledge? . . . Morn- 
ings start after 1 pm ... I could have had 
her, but . . . "Oh my God - he's DEAD!" . 
. . Top notch, Top notch . . . Did you 
shower this month, Schleppp? . . . Ya 
know, yer bein' a real smack . . . Hey 
Rob, bench your weight yet? No, 
Schleppp, I can only bench 250 pounds . . 
. If you guys want to do all the work, I'll 
OK the party ... I like new Coke, SHUT 
UP! . . . TEP Quote of the Year: "It's 
wimpy, but what the hell!" . . . Whippits 
don't cause brain damage, especially if 



you don't have a brain to start off with . . 
. Hey, where's the beer pong table guys? . 

. . Censored, you anti-semetic little ! 

. . . "Where's my green-card!" . . . Uncen- 
sored, you dirty heeb . . . "Is that the 
moon? No wait, it's a Shell Sign" . . . But 
bananas don't have arms!! . . Naaaa- 
chooos . . . I'm going to run with the 
Army tommorrow at 6 am . . . "Hey girls, 
your ride is waiting!" . . . Helloooooo 
d'ere . . . Ding! . . table setting for two, 
smack . . . I'm not going to miss any 
classes this semster . . . Don't be a 
Bump's class . . . Hey Fellas, let's have a 
Burger Bash . . . you're a pure living 
organism, Peter my boy! . . . Lucky I got 
that scholarship 



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Bruce, the best driver who could not 
make it through the tunnel . . . Port Au- 
thority Police confiscate our BEER — 
Search and Seizure . . . Welcome to the 
Machine . . . Chez Paul, no more kitchen 
in the Grease . . . Food Fight . . . The ever 
changing cycles of Kessler, quite, ratical, 
feminist . . . Oratz eats the carpet . . . 
Entertain us, Speak or Drink . . . The 
Scrock Man . . . Don't be LAST, Don't be 
LATE, and what ever you do Do not be a 
NOSHOW . . . Bitter old man, Doug . . . 
Four years of college — 6 house stereos . . . 
The pinning party that wasn't . . . It's 
just another stupid SAMMY tradition . . 

Hurting juniors . . . Squid Sophomores . 

. I think I am getting sick — by the end 
of the week . . . No, The TV is not talking 

. . Alf's death, should have been Glen . . 

The Riddler? . . . Feed the Pyrannas . . . 
Heckle fixes the vacuum cleaner . . Phila- 
delphia Sheraton, where is everybody 
else, downstairs? . . . We remember the 
way it used to be . . . The ladies outside 
Weiner's window, I have to fix the light . 
. . Chief driving in Reverse . . . Watchout 
for Dinosaurs Kaufman Mud Olympics . 



. . Melch & Kollin sleep while the rest of 
the pledges ride the tubes . . . Gordv 
attacks Matty with a pipe . . . Glen leaves 
his bag in the DC taxi . . . Gordy and his 
love for MILK . . . Gomer needs Mouth- 
to-Mouth? . . . Glen, why are you dressed 
like Mach? . . . Jeckle, are you studying? . 
. . Jeckle, Sir yes sir I think I am going to 
faint? . . . Heckle, Step out . . . Who is the 
prior, Brian Okun? ... Sir yes sir I'll go 
off the board for US History . . . Cracker 
= Manhood . . . Peppy Toolkow . . . DC 
Exchange . . . Where is Jack? . . . Buffing 
the floor at 8:00 Gomer, Michigan, FIRE, 
Lehigh . . . The Bells — Annex basement . 
. IM Indoor Soccer Champs ... Sir yes 
sir, Smoothe as a Grave Sandwich . . . 
Hackle the big Goosegg . . . Hirsch-Dan- 
iell a second time . . . Who's going out 
with Rory . . . Jeff call Ithaca lately? . . . 
Gordy, how's Helene? . . . Which house 
is Kollin in? . . . Kol's comedy slide show 
. . . Golf in Dallas .... Melch, you all 
have to be the height . . . Exponential 
class, 11, 13, 12, 15, 14, 13, 12 . . . Gomer 
free falling from 60 feet . . . Whippits in 
the tunnel . . . Off the Wall, Soda man 



biggest scam in the house . . . Melch how 
old are you; old enough . . . Glen, Tinker- 
bell, Richar Simmons, Schmatz, Schutz, 
Did you get a job yet?, Oberon, B- 
squared. Bubbles, Pear, Geek, Lamar, 
Tense . . . Matonis, Fatonis, Slimtonis, 
Cambodiatonis, Karen Carpentonis, Ex- 
fatonis, Yum Kipptonis, Ex Pos Fact 
Tonis, Stay-puff, Casper, Cliff, Ton-I, 
AhoyAhoyAhoyah . . . Melch, Joey 
Mulch, Itty Biddy, Disco Douche, 
Melchnick Webster, Fooseball guy, 
Tommy, Hit and run . . Kollin, Cornel- 
lius, Muehlenburg, Close-up & Scope, 
Trigger, Velamint Gordy, Gordo, Tam- 
pax, Oscar, Belt, Bodenmeister, Hirsch, 
Hirschdoug, Rocky Denison, Highway . 
. M. Kaufman, Kaufdoug, LTS, Kirk, 
Shaggy . . . Mike Low, Heckle, Wiley, 
Bird, Birdbrain, Bone-head, Einstein, 
Lurch, Kessler, Kesslehead, Brundel, Ab- 
solte Zero, Null . . . Kenny, Gomer, 
Gomo, Smokey the Bear, Dickhead, S. 
Kauf, X-Man, Riddler, Question Man, 
Squidler, Renuzit Riddler . . . Talkow, 
Talks, AT & Talks, Peppy Toolkow, 
Woodstock, Tes, Shots, Poindexter . . . 



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Yippers; Spoon; Ohh Baby; Grecco; Car- 
los Drisch; Woo Woo; Dirt Bag; Gaby 
makes Tom a Happy Puppy; Yo Chick- 
en!; Chachi; Skin's a Screamer; Sloth- 
Cam; T.I.'s Gay; PhoneFace; Walrus; 
She-Bone; Erica; Kraplan; Tampoon; 
Rons SX; Sigma DUI; Ronstantine; Pan- 
cake Face; Hang Brain; House is Chang- 
ing; Beef the Hood; Flood Box; Punch 
Box; You're Bringing Me Over; Mellow 
Off; Sig's Wannabee's; Nice Car Kyle; 
You Have No Idea What Men Of Power 
Can Do; Waxing; It Looks Like A Coke 
Can; Is it Over Yet?; Windy; This is 
Trania; A Guy Named Stuart; There's 
No Cock In Here For You Missy; Flex; 
Bat Songs; Ebony; The Medallion; Ha 
Ha, I have no crew doctor; Disco Bid 
Day; Spud-Cam; And Then I ate her out; 
Booger; Hal Sal; Ronsul; Hey! No Way!!; 
Calling Dr. Braverman; Erica Goes To 
Jail; He's a Good Guy and He's up on the 
House; Yo Yo Yo MTV Raps; Ya Mon ; 
Happy Birthday Fegs; Hell Chi's; The 
Trip Fron Hell; Peanuts, Popcorn; Roll- 
ing Papers; Harv's a Dick; Mr. Chest; 
Shorty; Mohamad; Losing at A.C.; Voy- 
eurism; Is that a Billboard or a Forehead? 




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DT. Dawg, Sticky, Litty, Iggy, Frickin, 
Diode, Spoff, Boob . . . Frickin' ah ... So 
this guy was black, bald and Jewish . . . 
Who wrote it . . . Er, uh God . . . Jason 
SPEAK! . . . Err, Jupiter . . . Nice windows 
Matt . . . It's in my notes . . . Nice earclip 
and tail . . . Quincy . . . The 3rd hand . . 
UH OH, Mr. Kickplates . . . Who's the 
Dagger . . . Way to get pinned saps . . 
Drinkin' tonight? R.I.P . . . Butthead Ju 
niors . . . Shave that thing . . . Smile if ya 
. . Got any change for the Meter Maid . . 
Rathbone fruit b - - - h . . . Belinda - 
Hotel B . . . Headphones how Divine 
To the hilt . . . Bob - How do you do it 
How does Zelda blow? . . . Push ups in 
the reflecting pool . . . Naked Oil Checks 
. . . CSN and Cat latenite . . . Shalini and 
Amy - Our sympathies . . . Fred - We 
Don't know what we're thinking either . 
. . The Mad Hungarian - 3 times . . . Fire 



hydrant . . . Matt - turn over that damn 
leaf already . . . Shut up GOTSIS . . . 
Wanna' get off campus (Wine glasses) . . . 
Where's Oario . . . Ace the Weasel . . . 
American Pie . . . Box control . . . Snow 
football . . . Take off Manute's shorts 
Dario . . . Kamikazees . . . Blind dates . . . 
Hey Steve - Sue's got it . . . Litty - are her 
boobs fake too . . . Gotsis - get your 
elbows off the table . . . That's not the 
bathroom Dan . . . Hurry up Matt . . . Pig 
roasts . . . Pern-a-pernts . . . But Bill - 
She's passed out . . . Yo Lips - Yo Dishrag 
. . . Matt = Holty . . . The quarry . . . 
Greenblatt gate - it's still your fault . . . 
Hey Sport - the vent is on . . . It's in the 
system . . . Dude - gotta have a Coke ... 3 
LITTLE BIRDS . . . Beer Darts . . . Waf- 
fled in the TV Room . . . PW hookup . . . 
Emily's thighs . . . ETB . . . THANK YOU 
GOODNIGHT!!! 



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Refund!?; No shift-bottom feature; Not 
to reiterate, but what he said; All crime!; 
Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, morons; Secu- 
rity, aisle three; Teach me how to kiss, 
Tony; Sorry Turner!; Strange things are 
afoot . . . ; Bob spells his name back- 
wards; Since when is Pismo Beach in a 
cave?; Aintree?; Donna! Uncle Sam! 
Donna! Uncle Sam!; If food then eat else 
fix car; What kind of name is Poon any- 
way?; Big'un; Frikaraka, frikaraka; Beer 
= beer; Once a three letter athlete; One 
way - my way, love Sandy; Paddington - 
dead!; Llammas are bigger than frogs; 
Give me the whole none yards!; It's an 
hoop; Way to be Dolan, Nils!; Squid!; 
Bull Moose; That is not a skunk; Mr. 
Neutron; 8 Karns and a Dobbs; Wait, 
let's ask Geno; Mrs. S.C.U.M.; Jiggers! 
It's the fuzz; Nils on Drugs, take one; 
Slacker!; Brenda, rock, paper, scissors; 
Chisel head; He licked it! 



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Big fat hoggers are in, SK squared is out . 
. . I don't think that the library is open 
honey . . . Just Married, Just Divorced . . . 
None, none more black . . . Hookway, 
Hookway ... it will never end . . . We'll 
do it like bunnies in Hilton Head ... I 
can do anything, I'm going out with 

K R . . . It's all in the star(s) . . . 

Never again, no matter what . . The fire- 
plug, no the radius; will he ever stop? . . . 
Santa kiss Margot . . . Sloth is good . . . 
Hookway is getting pinned to a Delt . . . 
Which way to Lehigh? . . . The Sensitive 
Stranger . . . The Annex is my life . . . Red 
= cliff Clavin . . . Saydah = BMOC . . . 
The Lodge, AKA Flip the cheeseburgers . 
. . Wormser sucks . . . Mark D. with the 
PDA- "on all fours wearing a dawg col- 
lar" . . . No, we don't need new furniture! 



.... T.C. assistant news editor of the B & 
W . . . No, wait, I can get you into K.O.'s . 
. . Watch out for the Hawk's filibuster . . 
. . . "1 . . 2 . . 3 strikes you're out Reggie" . 
. . . Let's roast Nopie for dinner . . . The 
sign of the brotherhood . . . Hey, it's an 
OCB, it must be time for lunch .... 
Bubba, did you get your room pick . . . 
The infamous Uncampaghre Black For- 
est Chickens . . . Rotate the Hawk . . . 
BMOC, Gordo, A-Face, Norm, Haystack, 
Old Style . . . Hey J. who is that on the 
roof . . . Pay your housebills . . . The 
Snake . . . Don't touch me, your hands 
are cold . . . Beer pong is irrelevent when 

A loves you . . . The fooseball table 

will suit me fine - BOBBY 6023, 

6024 . . . Legalize it!! 



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Tau Alpha Kappa Chapter 




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I blocked my guy ... I can beat my man 
deep . . . win or lose, we always booze . . . 
I can always see the ball . . . instant 
offense . . . America's Team . . . offensive 
Armageddon . . . the defense is a vortex . . 
. Score! . . . Happy Birthday Dan! . . . the 
herd ... no redeeming qualities . . . No 
Water Buffalo! . . . she was a machine . . . 
she was all woman . . . the beer blindfold 
. . . Scott, get out of my bed . . . What 
happened to my underwear? . . . Rug- 
burns . . Beirut! . . . pile on Ed! . . . stop 
Barishing me . . . What do you mean? . . . 
Cheese . . . Ho Yea! . . . The Dan Barish 
Fitness Program . . . the sonic clap . . . 
Motorheads, hoods up . . . Tep used cars . 
. . team xerox .... physics grabbag ... I 
cannot change the laws of physics . . . 



ooh-aah-shut up Ralph . . . What would 

you do if your name was ... I don't 

have a clue . .. Dial 1-800-GET-CLUE . . . 
Ed, phone call. Excellent. It's Mike Boyd. 
Bogus . . . Bri, we're in Cleveland . . . 
Butthead . . . goober . . . seniors rock . . . 
Whoa, cups! . . . survey says . . . sleazy 
steward . . . Binkley speaks . . . another 
judicial hearing . . . Keys, what keys? . . . 
the Eisenberg uncertainty principle . . . 
the solution is trivial . . . That was clean! . 
. . You're A'round Eric Blecker . . . Deal 
With It! . . . haze me if I'm wrong ... I 
Depledge . . . National does not curve . . . 
Fatboys . . Here's a quarter, call someone 
who gives a S**t . . . spooge ... oh I see, 

so clear TEPS ARE 

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Theta Chi 

Beta Sigma Chapter 






We're the Bulgarian Bocce Ball Team . . . 
You lost that Lovin' Feeling . . . What 
time is it? What time are you duties? 
Havin' a good time? - Super . . . Want 
some Crack? . . . Butterknives . . . Cen- 
tennial House Manager . . . Strength of 

1000 men . . Catch my . . . Ba da bing 

... I want to lap you up . . . GVIBES . . . 
Suck a D . . . Lenny Quotes . . . Winning 

IM'S AGAIN! ... She drank me 

under the couch . . . Scunasta, Scungil! . . . 
Lovelies . . The Rosier Shuffle . . . He's a 
smacked A . . . S-cubed . . . The Pact . . . 
Of course Rain Man wants to hook up . . 
. You're Right! . . . BBTBJK ... Bar Beirut 
. . . Like a Chief . . . Mark Wayne G . . 
Frankie C . . . Chillin' in my crib . . . 100 
Puppies = 1 St. Bernard . . . Sex for Pts . . 
. Utility Date . . . Connie Chung-Up the 
B . . . Smokin' Rope . . . OTR/BHM . . . 



JTR, NRB, BEMHO . . . Toothpick Arms 
. . . Dicfor . . . Snap one off . . . Casey, 
you're a porn star . . . Brotherhood's a 
Crock . . . She throws a mean one . . . Lick 
my scar . . . The Rock 100 . . . George the 
Slave . . . $70,000 worth of BEER . . . Katy, 
the abortion that lived . . . Was up Baby- 
Word . . . Hawaii-5-0/ Naked Beer Slides 
. . . Chicks - Let's get on a better Subject . 
. . DMP-V 2/1/87 . . . L.H. eats brownies . 
. . Life's too short to dance with ugly 

chicks . . . Pubnite Drink, An ancient 

tradition . . . Here's to the best class in 

Theta Chi history OURS! . . . Alps, 

Chids, Davies, Neary, Spo, Hobes, Mac, 
MLM, Myron, Piops, Lenny, Goob, Psy- 
cho, Cringo, Dubbs, Rick, Gordie, 

ETHEL . . . Rock On Bros C'est 

La Vie! THANKS 

MOMS AND DADS!!! 



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PRud come home . . . Doc and Burnsie 
join the cross-eyed club . . . Crocodile 
Dundee gets plastered in the Cold Dorm 
. . . Nuel dines out - on lunchmeat . . . 
Tom and Ray excavate Charlie's door, 
loft, desk, ego, etc . . . Marengo fixes a 
window . . . Macri changes a lightbulb . . 
. Nickeroo eats the Charge out of house 
and home . . . Burnsie makes a pizza in 
Andy's room . . . Jake buys Linderman 
Library . . . Burnsie, Nick, and Andy 
fight over Gabby . . . Marengo, Lowen- 
berg, & Decelles vie for Mr. Personality . 
. . Fernlot has weekly pig roasts . . . ATO 
rides Nevin's tractor . . . Snyder parties 
like a rock star - when Debbie lets him . . 



. Conlin finds true love and dumps Ell- 
wood . . . Elisa TKO's Rob - Odgers 
scheduled in title bout .... Roe dumps in 
Ballis' pants . . . The Charge has three 
sets of twins: Peter and Adam, Ross and 
Lisa, and the Batchies . . . Charlie go to 
Hollywood — Please! . . . Macri gets a bid 
at Mart Library . . . Greer starts a fire but 
can't wet it out . . . Doc has a jello pud- 
ding pop . . . Martin goes ITR-In the Rail 
. . . Momar loses in landslide. Finds cam- 
paign support off campus . . . What's 
that noise in the Archway? It's just 
Kent's crickets . . . Luigi cooks for Alpha 
Phi but gets no pie . . . Alvin gives Nuel 
the boot . . . Nevin is the coolest . . . Barry 



gets sloppy sixths . . . Renee "BONES" 
Kenny . . . Steven "Z" Roe . . . Ballis 
snakes Morticia while Adam hides be- 
hind a Mole - hill . . . The house installs a 
revolving door for Arlo: better luck next 
time . . . Batchie pullstarts Elias . . . Rick 

likes girls with s attitudes . . . Tony 

gets his Cher and tells about it . . . Wig- 
gle rides off into the sunset . . . J.R. gets 
weeded out of the Pre-dental program . . . 
Johnny Wad: O for Lehigh . . . Shave 
your back, Squiggy . . . Jake, the marma- 
set, rides a camel . . Pat Morningred: 
latent homosexual . . . The house goes 
dry so to speak . . . See you next year, 
Class of '89 



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Very Interesting; Eggieeee!!!!; Bad Boy 
Provo, Beagle, Showers, and J.D. do na- 
ked beer slides; Let's Go!!!!!; Del Griffith!! 
Whoa; Unbelievable, Unreasonable, un- 
real; T'sall!; Zooooooo; I.M. Champs 
That is All!!!!!!; The Egrie Story; Pear- 
head; Whoa! That heavyweight Wrestler, 
I know just what you are talking about; 
Hoovidenti; Hurt King; Coker found 
guilty in the Steinberg trials!; White 
A**/ Melon A**; Cool Shoes CO.; Your 
daughter is a loser. Oh sure!; Ring the 
Bell Willy. I ain't payin no $800 for no 
broken window. Doooo what is this? A 
velet service. Come up for lunch tomor- 
row. 1-900-909-REI, Kids, get your par- 
ents permission before you call. You've 
got a mighty purty mouth boy! In Boon- 
ton, if you've got the time, you'll get the 
tan! The Wildcat was neutered. Geriatric. 




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Zeta Psi 

Tau Delta Chapter 

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Mentzer- Where's your formal date? . . . 
This is the loudest noise in the world . . . 
. L.A .... A rested man is a wise man - 
for I am the wisest . . . Nu Alpha Pi rules 
. . . Come on now Fev, what do ya say 
now Fev . . . Pledges can't catch Twig 
McWilliams . . . After Judy, I guess you'd 
pin anyone . . . "Kelly is a bimbo" . . . 
Hey, fat boy . . . Sucka boy re ... T - Roll 
. . . Drunken stair tumbles . . . Squeezed 
my heart like a peach . . . Naked crawling 
. . . Body by pile . . . Pipe down . . . Naked 
repelling . . . Naked beer slides . . . 
Where's the Ring King . . . Hey Doob, 
tell her that you love her . . . Slap a Jap . . . 
Scotter is a pile . . . Casing Day . . . Joe 
and Kelly, enought said . . Wop and Kev 
- Hardguys . . . Hoffy, How was that 
triple 1st semester? . . . Those off campus 
guys are all in love . . . Holby and Balunis 

are pirates It's 

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Living In A Sorority 




294 




The women involved in Lehigh's 
Greek system cite sorority life as one of 
their most memorable and rewarding ex- 
periences in college. The special ties be- 
tween the sisters is what sets the sorority 
house apart from ordinary dorms, and 
really turns the house into a home. 

The colonization of Alpha Chi Omega 
and Delta Zeta in the fall of 1988 
strengthened the sorority system and 
gave many more women the opportunity 
to experience Greek life. Like their six 
predecessors, these new Panhel members 
will be housed in Saucon Village until 



housing more central to the main cam- 
pus can be obtained. Alpha Gamma Del- 
ta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi, Delta 
Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, and Kappa 
Alpha Theta presently reside in Upper 
Centenntials. 

Sorority women are required to live in 
their chapter house for one year, usually 
when they are sophomores. Pledges and 
new sisters find this a time to really be- 
come close with the older sisters and 
each other and to learn the give and take 
of sorority life. 

When asked what they like most 



about living in a sorority, most women 
will agree that it is a place to be yourself, 
a "home away from home" where the 
friendship and love between the sisters 
is irreplacable. 

After graduation, the chapter house 
takes on a new role - a place to come back 
to. Sisterhood is for a lifetime, and 
whether an alumna has been out of 
school for one year or ten, she can always 
return to her sorority house and be wel- 
comed by her sisters. 



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Alpha Chi Omega - the founding 76; Do 
you like your neighbor? It's that time of 
the month again. Did you get the phone 
chain? Who needs hazing when we have 
rush. Maybe we'll go out sometime - if 
you're lucky. Shutup! Do you haze your- 
self? OK - who ate the fondue? Does 
anyone remember the Wild Wild West? 
Where are the buses? Blind date bowl- 
ing. Cocktails on the runway. Tri-Star 
Formal. Say Spew Dah Ball. Alpha Abeti- 
cal Omega. UC303 is our home. What 
housing problem? Vanilla! OK - who's 
going to take the frames? I'm SO proud 
of you girls. Clapping practice. You ALL 
failed the initiation exam. Pledge Master 
Sister means P. M.S. Think Pink! The 



pledge master gave the president a black 
eye - what's she going to do to us? I'm 
sorry officer - I'm unfamiliar with the 
area. So many boys, so little time. DD 
and her Chi Psi pledges move down the 
halls of DU. Naked Sprints. Big Pete. 
Gabi - H.O.L. Judy kisses lizzard face. 
Jessie - "the flasher". Mamie - is that 
your first Theta Xi hookup? Janet - so 
red hair and wildness do go together. 
Laura - pretty quick recovery. Jill goes 
down in the elevator. Jules - can we play 
with your computer? Deb J. - is he your 
boyfriend or not? Kathy = "Mrs. Sing- 
A-Long". Debby B. - "Lights, camera, 
action!" Janet learns to bowl - now all we 
have to do is teach her how to stand. 



Celeste - why can't I be in charge of the 
little pledges? You mean he has a girl- 
friend? Gabi - "we only talked in his 
room, really!". Mamie - watch those 
P.DA.'s. Debbie D. likes younger men 
who sleep in the buff. Kathy wakes up at 
Lafayette. Kristen gets snagged at Theta 
Delt. You'd think it would be big - well 
it's not (no one fools Gabi) Kathy - 5 in 
one night? Jules leaves her imprint in 
peanut butter. No more S.O.S. Best of 
luck to our seniors - we'll miss you! Ja- 
net, Debby, Jill, Jules, Kristen, Gabi, Ce- 
leste, Mamie, Judy, Kathy, Debbie D., 
Debbie J., Jessie and Laura! 



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WE STILL REMEMBER!! TEPS are tops. 
TKE. My hormones are satisfied. We're 
just FRIENDS! Getting laid is better 
then getting drunk anyway!! My mom's 
name is Pam Meader. Planthooks & Big- 
bird. Better Chedders in the closet. Geor- 
gia called. OATMEAL! Mystery Boofer. 
2 V2 hours of noisy sex. Rabbit Stew. 
BOX!! Hex on you! SUCK IT UP! Initia- 
tion - I never heard of it. TWO to a 
shower. Only 4 houses left. FREDDIE!! 
Everything I touch is either jinxed or a 
pledge. S vs S WE WIN! Guido the killer 
pimp. YOU SPIN ME ROUND. Porking 
lot. MY EARS! Contestant #1 . . . Karen 
E. get laid! How's the priest? Rock collec- 
tions. Paper towel man. Buddy, I did 
your laundry. Can I have a bite? Nancy B 
Day. Sweetie. Are they making love in a 
jeep? Goodbye dildo, hello Bildo! Cops! 
Pero and Jesus. BLIND DATES FROM 
HELL. I can't go, I have ROTC. GOO- 
BER. PIGS! Put your shirt on. F-me skirt. 
Tri-delts. Mo farted. Welcome back 



Heisty. Sister Andy. Picking out homes. 
Sister Kendall. CMS Hobart Crew. Bud- 
dha party. Kazi party from hell. Spider- 
man. Drinking out of her shoe. TOJO! 
You fight like we f*** and we f*** like 
rabbits! Boff w/ spoff. Holly Howl. The 
Big C. Liliputians. Does he have any hor- 
mones? Dancing on Leon's bar. Face 
hicki. Hickis where? 30 at one house. 31 
flavors. I never. Mount your date. Pseu- 
do senior. OBNO. Calvin and Hobbes. 
French ticklers. Take your happy pill to- 
day? Get off the babysitter! Backbones! 
KOC-aka Boof! SMILE WEEZ! Igno- 
rance is bliss, but there's no excuse for 
the . . . Good luck Geek! We are the 
alumni, we make the cum fly! We love 
ourselves - Racy, McFly, JOD, Kirsten, 
Wusette, Cabooba, Big Hair, Hopeless 
Spam, Wori, Jolly, Dingo, Veg, Bean, 
Dan Panhel, Boof, E-Liz, Tweez, Jillbait, 
Nan Fan, Moby, Sprout, Cynbad, and 
CAZ. 



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Alpha Omicron Pi 



Lambda Upsilon Chapter 




300 




The 21 club; granola; Kitchen study 
crew; it's time for a WaWa run; This is a 
nightmare; The Questions Game; 
Manny's; Ho-Bound; 511 E. Packard; 
Leon's Getting Larger; another movie; 
That painting; Rhondarobics; No stars 
for me; break the Ten Commandments; 
The Jello Song; I'm-an-AOPi-and-so- 
are-you; Loving Cup; Trail Mix; She 
threw money into the fountain; oohmpa- 
loompa; Forget the house cum it's Greek 
Week; We've got sunshine in Bethlehem 
Pa . . . Escape to Sigs; Intramural 
Champs; Just a chicken; Aerobics at 
dawn; Happy Day; 3 pinned in 2 months 
- they're dropping like flies; Does Chris 
ever sleep?; Andrea and the Poof; Kelly 
has no pants; Football in the rain; chug 
off; "We have two dates"; Bazooka; Big 
Nerd Award; impromptu; Hilton Head 
Annex Cocktails - what's one more fine? 
multiple overlap; Perkins; CB #43124 
The week from hell; The two dozen 
roses; "How Will I Know"; Scorpion 
Bowls; Study in Physics; Pupke sings 
solo; Tug-a-war; Sunrise cocktails; Tur- 
key trot; lunch at the Bone; Confetti 



Cafe; Dana and Dan's couch; The Room- 
mate Game; the swingle; Heads Down 
Hands Up; Snaps; Alleluia!; Veritable 
Goddess; Sure . . . Sure; Our kitchen's 
cleaner, go get a weiner; Naa Naa Naa 
Naa, Hey Hey Hey, Good-bye; elbow, 
elbow, wrist, wrist; Time for a road trip!; 
Literally; Guttermouth I and II; Hei- 
nous!; Let nothing go undone; Presiden- 
tial chugs; Pop a squat; I'm parched; 
What a rash; sucks to be you; you don't 
understand, it's a nightmare; Don't walk, 
run to ... ; The eternal buzz; You know 
what I'm sayin; BAAA; Happy Belated 
Birthday to Jen DiClerico; At this point 
we don't know; Remember Manny's - 
not I never but when?; I guess my name 
is mud; Sting Schwartz; PSYCH!!!; Do 
the Hokey Pokey in the Ho, Ally Cat in 
Manny's; Taco salad; Senior class pub- 
night; Suck it up wimp!; AAAOII, Alpha 
Alpha Omicron Pi; I'm only going for an 
hour; Gimpy I and II; Yoda; "Days"; Get 
whatever I'm not wearing; T with a 
humper; Thumbometer says; What's 
wrong with this picture; Is that him?; 
Boston 3 out of 5; Blue Ball Breakers; 



Victim of a hookup scam; It's 2 am, what 
are we going to eat for breakfast; Do you 
want to go up and see the roof; Teenage 
mutant ninja turtles; Is there a hager on 
the door - no it's a tie; One more crack 
out of you and the yoke's on you; "Tur- 
key, tackey and the lost lamb; Epcot was 
a blast; Let's pratice our lamaze breath- 
ing pattern; Dancing vegetables, what a 
moving experience; The Waltons vs. Old 
Yeller, goodnight Johnboy; "Merrill's 
Dad's shoes"; Rut Row; Who do I think I 
am; Yah, but; Body shots; Run away, run 
away, keep running!; Hi, hello, hi; a bit; 
very small rocks; That's soo cheezy; 
some say; Camping at Cents; Jen - are 
you still pinned; My head is in my . . . ; 

big fat ugly poopeyhead; No B on 

the mattress; Greg Louganis Bear; I think 
I have chunk overlead; Sorry she can't 
dance, she's deaf; 55 saves lives but 75 
gets you there a hell of a lot faster; I have 
a swingle this weekend; I only passed 
out so you could hook-up; Too many 
accountants in this room; We love our 
house! 



Living 301 



Alpha Phi 

Epsilon Psi Chapter 




302 





Memories . . . AA-MopMop, Kappa Si- 
gette - JS-slurring again! -CD-"Only 
Good Die Young" -BL-Out with old, in 
with new -LS-Overlap Scandall -SR-Go- 
dess of Love and Desire and Evan, final- 
ly!, show us your T ts! -JS-vivacious 

and merry, schulerize -HM-reformed 
jap, true prep -SH-kiss of death/random 
boyfriend -KL-Loves Peter, Eternal Pre- 
sidant, "10" -LL-Phi Delt, count 'em - 
KVD-I "Lav" him -JR-Returns - LF-Hair 
thicker? Boobs Bigger? -LW-Rap, is she 
an Alpha Phi? -Wendy DeKlein - DK- 
Under conver(s)! -DR-Ulterior motive, 
platonic? -SM-Late again! -NC- Tattooed 
Mom/Engr/Bus/A & S/ -JG- "Getting it 
room" -JB-Jewish Grandmom, 12 + 
stages -DO and SP -Gone but not forgot- 
ten. Stealing Santa at D-Phi, JG the Lum- 



berjack-Alpha Phi Salute-Riding Carou- 
sel in NYC, we've missed Schlim's 
eternal tears, Spin the bottle, Delta 
DAHJJ Delta, Jungle Love, What Bed?, 
FFSB, Thank God Nina's next to me, 
Overlap, Fireside Reading, Ladies Nite at 
Encore, Walking Sponge, Alpha Phi 
cocktails, KL and DR - Fraternity Train- 
ers, chairtalk, Mattie Foot Crow, Slush 
fund-what?, The Chesire Cat, Alpha Phi 
B_G, "X", Champagne, Change those 
sheets, clam bakes, Hullary Jullie 
Wundy, Jeff - our favorite Bordeau Beau, 
European vacation, Sally's Predications, 
Divide and Conquer, We are together 
again, Alcohol Weakens the tongue and 
loosens the will ... So Long Phis, we 
wish you all the best . . . Love "The 
Seniors" 



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Delta Gamma 

Epsilon Lambda Chapter 




304 





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DCs, Do-Gooders, Senior Club -Bring 
Gossip. The job hunt -only the strong 
survive. I never counted ceiling tiles, 
Connie, where's Darren? S.K. - Wake up 
and turn your alarm clock off. T.B. -Save 
some for the rest of us! Are we going to 
heaven or hell? Bra size order, East 7th 
Street. Who's on more probations -Crow 
or DG? We do it just a little bit better at 
Webster. The Snapper, The mystery tur- 
key pot pie, The exploding rib eye. 
Cream chese with "herbs." Dear Craig . . 
. Laurie -lock the door next time. Chris 
who? Gold's Gym Rats, Let's Party 
Down! EMO - the choice of a new gener- 
ation. Doctors don't get manicures. 
Sharoo -future prez but look what hap- 



pened to Gary Hart! Cornell will never 
be the same. Astro -sorry Mr. Reagan 
never called back. Maybe Oprah will . . . 
Colicch -Is younger better? Jen and Kim 
- unraveling the formal fiasco. Dynamic 
Double Dozen and The Fearful Four. The 
Go Team -Does that mean we're good at 
football? The Hilton Head Crew. ATO 
hookups, DG's do Europe. Be safe, Hook 
up and don't come home! A kiss for 
Prince Vernon. The double blow. We the 
Delta Gamma Seniors being of innocent 
and sound minds leave Karen and Mike 
dinner for two and the newly renovated 
Candlelight Inn. Here's to Delta Gamma 
-Thank you for the time of our lives!!! 



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Delta Zeta 

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ONE OF THESE DAYS ... you will 
pledge Delta Zeta. How much are dues, 
anyway? Sheila . . . DZ colony queen. 
Marathon Meetings. H.Q.'s! Gag-me 
with a spoon. More Pizza? "Who's that 
girl?". CT . . . Macaroni-Macaroni every- 
where! Red Magic Marker all over you - 
and white out too! Pink and green paint 
everywhere! Joe and Moe Carothers. Jen 
& Jen - dancing like Bobby Brown. JUST 
DO IT! "Rush It" rap songs. PB - such a 
rebel! Wendy . . . marathon dancing! 
Stand by Me! Jungle Love! Nile Green 
Buddies! Our Rock. Turtle Twin powers 
activate . . in the form of . . . (use your 
imagination). Yo Aim! Yo T! TTT. Nice 
Girl!! DHJ - comparative shopping? 
D2MJ - pulling antelopes! Absolut-ly 
Fillmore Spooners. Do the Locomotion . . 
. Yippey, Yappey, Yahooey! Will you 
write on me? Another function with 
Delts? Phone chain? . . . what phone 
chain? First person I met at Lehigh. Dee 
Zee best! Head Flips. B - toss that down 



and let's get out of here - J. "Let's move 
out into the dance floor area." . . . does 
anyone have anything for the house 
files? . . . anyone . . . anyone . . . Bueller? 
Home of the metal queen. "Let's take our 
picture with Jesus." MOO . . . DZ in 
Acapulco - will Mexico recover? Carol . . 
. the ultimate volunteer. 5 am fire drills 
on Province Day. DZ has made me love 
you! "The man says ..." We're Jen. Jens 
and Debs. Perkins 89 - Susan and Jackie . 
. . please pass the seeple! Mistake num- 
ber one - table chug at the formal. Laura, 
don't worry about the scratch, the Lamb- 
da I will buff it out. Can Turtle Triplets 
ever return home together? The Mon- 
mouth County connection rules! Kim J. - 
how quick can we get to Zetes from Bir- 
kel Ave? Let's do the JAILHOUSE 
ROCK! Smile . . . Pep . . . FLUFF THOSE 
AURAS and get psyched for a fantastic 
future . . . we'll miss you all . . . keep in 
touch. You are all special . . . Love, Sheila 
and The Seniors. 



Living 307 



Gamma Phi Beta 



Delta Kappa Chapter 





It's astounding, time is fleeting, madness 
takes its toll . . . this is not a candle 
passing . . . the rebellious pledges . . . 
Rock Party '86 . . . door barricade by A 
and H . . . Sigs kidnapping . . . Alpha Sig 
pledge swap . . . PENN STATE ... the 
sorriest ditch ever . . . here's the scoop: 
BETH . . . B.B. means Bodacious Bodan- 
gas . . . AYRES . . . will you miss the 
ATO formal next year? . . . PATTI . . . 
bondage at the Fiji islands . . . Sheldon, I 
love you, I kissed a boy . . . ANN . . . the 
senior single pays off . . . BOO . . . what 
are the words to American Pie? . . . NYC 
Bing (oops! I mean Binge!) . . . COURT- 
FACE . . . MICHELE . . . trapping McFly 
in the passion pit after the THEAtrics are 
over . . . ARLENE . . . Billy, Bruce, Ben, 
Brian, Bones - will you ever get past the 
B's? . . . LEA . . . sail away down the 
Tobihan with a teenage mutant ninja 
turtle . . . nugde, nudge, wink, wink . . . 
HEATHER . . . those late night swims . . . 
do you like to T.K.? . . . EVIE, EVIE, 
EVIE . . . DOOBER . . . pina colada oil 
will haunt you forever . . . Willehh . . . 
point 3,782 is . . . TRICIA . . . Alpha Sig 
days . . . will you ever like a NICE guy? 



JULIE . . . WEEEEZ . . . men must be 
under 5'5 and wear a nice watch . . . the 
hot man . . . get me a bucket . . . DI . . . the 
phrase is punching BAGS, not punching 
BALLS . . . ANJ . . . thanks for the sixth 
roommate . . . are you handKUFFed for 
good? . . . BARB . . . did you ever find 
that cream pump? MARLA . . . will you 
hook up with my friend from home? 26 
now - will you make it to 50 before mar- 
riage? . . . RUTH . . . Sumo wrestling for 
another year . . . MELINDA . . . are you 
putting a DAGger in Chells heart? . . . 
RANDI . . . R and R doesn't mean rest 
and relaxation . . . HEN ... I think Adam 
likes me . . . Here's to the juniors . . . 
PAM HOOKS her man . . . JEN J 
CAMPs Out in Switz . . . SAM FARed 
wELL during those away games . . . JEN 
G . . . thanks for coming to see our s**t . . 
. LORI, the secret pinning - when's the 
party? . . . MARY . . . Calgon, take me 
away . . . KIRSTEN, how's your stroll 
down lover's LANE . . . GINA, do you 
like Cherry on top? . . . LAURA . . . will 
you become a member of the Royal fam- 
ily? . . . MARGARET, dude, when will 
you catch up with your hormones? . . . 



LYNETTE . . . you weak knees have led 
you to the first lady . . . SUSAN, the 
kissing bandit . . . NANCY, no need for 
a running sneakers cause you're always 
givin'em the boot . . . MAURA, do you 
like Dave's Big Hair? . . . MO . . . What 
the hell goes on in that family-sized bed? 
. . . CARRIE, do you like Dan's Giant . . . 
? JULIE, your belly is a man-magnet . . . 
KRISTEN . . . Dartin' from Martin . . . 
BETSY . . . now that you have the ring, 
are you getting HITCHED? . . . BREN- 
DA . . . does Paul like your red hot 
sheets? . . . JACKIE . . . quite the Texas 
flower . . . DI . . . Joycie ... is the next Phi 
Delt going to be the Fifth? . . . LIZ, did 
you leave your HART in Bethlehem . . . 
DEBBIE . . . were those beer slides naked 
or not? . . . MAGGIE, Queen of the 
hometown honeys . . . SHANNON, are 
things getting a little RUSTY? ... To 
Alphabet Soup and 25 Proof: Remember 
SURFBOARD, ARMPIT, RAIDERS and 
especially OOOOOHHHHH. Say good- 
bye to Marcia Brady and the polyester 
obsession . . . Good Luck!!! Legal 21, Let's 
do the Time Warp Again!!!! 

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Kappa Alpha Theta 






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We don't need men to have a good time. I 
was terrorized! Johanna - how did you 
get those purple and black sequined un- 
derwear? Oatmeal. Food committee 
knows her! Suzanne, which relative died 
this week? Kim and the Mocktopus - 
forever bliss. Colleen Kelly loves Howie. 
Hey babe! "O" girls relieved. That's 
something new and different! Rock the 
house. Who's not on social pro this 
weekend? The big Bobkiss. Monster kiss 
. . . grrrsmack! Dirty Harry was back and 
nobody cared! Hallmark! How many fur- 
longs does it take? Pledge class from 
hell. Meek it is! Connie - I think I saw a 
slut, a whore, and a tramp all in one. 
Theta's Private Fitness Clinic. There's 
RICE in my cookies! Turbo Bitch from 
Hell (TBFH). So . . . the frog jumped in 
the lake . . . PLOP! Where does one get all 



the snot in your nose? If you can't taste 
it, it's not in there. You're such a Vern. 
The Scarlet H. Lights will be flashing. 
Sue Supple - are you a 1? 2nd floor Capi- 
tal - Chaplines, Georgetown, and the 
Vince/Joe connection. I'm gonna party 
like it's my job. She was like static cling, 
but that's what happens when bodies 
start slapping from doing the wild thing 
- Johanna, Siobhan, Kim, Connie, Deb- 
bie? "I was brought up to be charming, 
not sincere". Monkeys from hell. 
Shmuel. Pi Lam at midnight. You foul 
wench! Zetes is cool . . . just kidding. See 
no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil - how- 
ever, that leaves do no evil wide open! 
Who's the dyed blonde, or is it natural? 
Nip it in the bud. Don't be a sleaze on 
the Hill. I don't deserve to be in a house 
that can't chug. H - I loke you, C and can 



I have just one more poo? Do it the hard 
way. Blind dates at Leons!! FLintstone 
mobile. Loserfag. I think he was cute . . . 
Tonight, we ride! Johanna, shots to- 
night? And who is J.R.? MANIAC! Rob 
drew a slick red car. "That's what I like 
about you" The infamous "FINE ..." 
Senior/Junior/ Alum Bowls. Boys are 
icky, Men are yucky, Daddy's don't 
count. Juniors are cool! Box. Jeb it! Ready 
. . . vote! Jillby's chauffer service. I know 
where I want to go, but I just keep for- 
getting. Hey . . . but I upped the quota! 
Poo poo in a goblet - that's you Deb! And 
to the KAT Quartet and the Clueless 
Wonders - thanx for the memories and 
all the great times we've shared. GOOD 
LUCK - love the rising Sophomores, Ju- 
niors, and Seniors. Come back and visit! 



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Lawrence Alan Aaronson Solon, Oil; Electrical Engineering; 
Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice President, lnterfraternity Council Kip 
resentative; Listening Line, New Student Orientation Assis- 
tant; lnterfraternity Council Faculty Relations Committ"> 
Intramurals. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 
David Michael Abate Burlington, CT; Accounting; Tae K.won 
Do Club; Outing Club; Rifle team. 

Lynne Ann Accisano Brielle, NJ; International Relations, 
Sigma lota Rho; International Relations Club; Epitome; Le- 
high University Volunteers. 

David Frank Accurso Greenwich, CT; Civil Engineering; Chi 
Phi, President, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; Intra- 
murals. 

Greg R. Ackerson Blairstown, NJ; History. 
Marios Ioannou Agrotis Nicosia, Cyprus; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Hellenic Society, President- 
Ramon Caro Agustines Manila, Philippines; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Tau Omega; East Asia Society.' 
Syed Faruge Alam Dumont, NJ; Accounting; Living Group. 
Trembley Park; Intramurals; Forum; Student Activities 
Council. 

Christopher John Alban Somerville, NJ; Premedical Science; 
Men's Volleyball Club. 

Christine Alber Wyckoff, NJ; International Relations/ Econ- 
omics; Delta Gamma, Corresponding' Secretary, Steward; 
Gryphon Society; Twilight Saturday Night: Student Assis- 
tance Program; Economic Society. 

Dina Marie Alcure Upper Brookville, NY; Journalism; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Brown and White, Features Editor; 
Public Relations Student Society of America, President. 
Cem Bulent Alptekin Northport, NY; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Theta Chi, Vice President, Steward; Phi Eta Sigma, Tau 
Beta Pi; Rugby. 

Konrad Molfino Alvarino Lima, Peru, Electrical Engineering, 
Dean's List; International Soccer Club; Hellenic Society. 
Christina Marie Ambrose Weston, CT; Finance; Chi Phi Little 
Sister, President; Marketing Club; Finance Club; Forum. 
Stephen Lee Amsterdam Wynnewood, PA; Finance; Chi Phi, 
House Manager. 

Bruce Douglas Anderson Avon, CT, Finance; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, President, Treasurer; lnterfraternity Council; Peer 
Counselor. 

David Edward Andrews Babylon, NY; Economics; Cross 
Country; Economics Club. 

Danielle Annunziata Staten Island, NY; International Ca- 
reers; Living Group: Drinker House. 

Maria C. Ansanelli Seaford, NY; International Careers/Span- 
ish; Living Group: Beardslee House, Gryphon Society. 
Leonard Michael Arcuri Westfield, NJ; Accounting, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Scholarship Chairman; WLVR Campus Radio 
Station, Jazz Director. 

Susan Marie Armento Huntingdon Valley, PA; Economics 
International Careers; Outstanding College Students of 
America; Martindale Student Associate; Economics Honor 
Society; Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs, Chairper- 
son; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Susan Elizabeth Arner Bethlehem, PA; Accounting. 
Rod Barry Aronson White Plains, NY; Finance; Sigma Chi. 
James Alexander Arrison Darien, CT; Computer Engineer- 
ing, Marching 97; Sailing Club; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers, Secretary. 

Neil David Ash Scarsdale, NY; Accounting; Theta Xi, Assis- 
tant Steward; Dean's List; Pre-Law Society; Investment Club. 
David Hugh Atkinson Oradell, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pledgemaster, Secretary; American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical Engineers. 






Seniors 315 




Samuel J. Belin 



Cynthia L. Belle 



316 



Atwood - Belz 




Michael A. Bellinger Christopher M. Bellobuono David B. Belz 



Ann Marella Atwood Moorestown, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Croup: Trembley Park.; Accounting Honor Society, Business 
Honor Society; Lehigh University Volunteers; Martindale 
Center Student Associate; Annual Fund. 
Vahan J. Ayvazian Bayville, NY; Accounting; Sigma Chi, 
House Manager, Intramurals Manager, Social Chairman; Ar- 
menian Club; National Association of Accountants. 
Jeffrey Roger Baker Malvern, PA; Electrical Engineering; Liv- 
ing Group: Brodhead House; Eta Kappa Nu; Dean's List;Tau 
Beta Pi; Marching 97, Publicity Manager; More Residential 
' College, House President. 
Kevin Joseph Baker Pittsburgh, PA; Civil Engineering; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; Interfraternity Council, Rush Chairman; Ski 
Club. 

David Campbell Ball Greenwich, CT; Industrial Engineering; 
Varsity Wrestling. 

Patrick Russell BalunisSomerville, NJ; Social Relations; Zeta 
Psi, Vice President, Intramural Manager. 
Edward J. Banks Houston, TX; Accounting; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Sailing Club; Young College Republicans. 
Jennifer Anne Barbiero Islip, NY; English/History; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Edward F. Barker Hopewell, NJ; Computer Science; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa, Secretary, Steward. 

Christine Lynn Barner Kinnelon, NJ; Chemical Engineering; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • 
Susan Laura Barone East Hanover, NJ; Accounting; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Assistant Vice President of Finance, Scholar- 
ship Advisor; Sigma Tau Delta; Brown and White, Features 
Editor, News Writer; Lehigh University Volunteers, Treasur- 
er, Elderly Volunteer; National Panhellenic Council, Rush 
Counselor. 

Arthur James Barry Centerville, MA; Finance; Phi Sigma 
Kappa, Secretary; Dean's List; Varsity CJub; Ice Hockey. 
Jeffrey Scott Bashaw Palo Alto, CA; English; Phi Sigma Kap- 
pa. 

Robert D. Basler, Jr. Hampstead, MD; Electrical Engineering; 
Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman, Treasurer; Varsity Track. 
James Scott Batti Bedford, NY; Biology/Economics; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Dean's List; Biology Club; Economic Society; Invest- 
ment Club. 

Marcella Delia Baum Washington Township, NJ; Industrial 
Engineering/ Applied Science; Progressive Student Alliance; 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Judith Ellen Baxter Mendham, NJ; Behavioral and NeuraJ 
Biology; Living Group: Trembley Park; Basketball Statisti- 
cian; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Sarah Leslie Bean Staten Island, NY; History; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Plege President, Membership Chairperson; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Theater Productions. 

Stacy Elaine Bean Swampscott, MA; Biology; Delta Gamma, 
Foundation Chairperson; Deans List; Rush Counselor; 
Cheerleader. 

Jennifer Anne Beauchamp Watchung, NJ; Materials Engi- 
neering; Delta Gamma, Recording Secretary; Student Materi- 
als Society, Vice President. 

Andrew McLaren Beckwith Dallas, TX; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Delta Chi; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

Samuel John Belin Lutherville, MD; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Alumni Chairman; Brown 
and White; Interfraternity Council; Young College Republi- 
cians; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Cynthia Louise Belle Syracuse, NY; Management; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; Junior and Senior Class Treasurer; Freshman 
Orientation Committee; Marketing Club; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil Expansion Committee. 

Michael Andrew Bellinger Syracuse, NY; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Pi Kappa Alpha, House Manager; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enter- 
prise; Jazz Coalition; Interfraternity Council: 
Christopher Michael Bellobuono Wethersfield, CT; Comput- 
er Science; Rifle Team; Young College Republicans; Ski Club. 
David Brian Belz Doylestown, PA, Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Air Force ROTC, Corps Com- 
mander; Arnold Air Society, Vice Commander; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Chaotic Endeavor Band. 



Seniors 317 




Christopher L. Block 



Michael L. Block 



Julie B. Blumsack Ralph E. Bohnenberger, Jr. 



318 



Benvenuto - Bole av age 




Catherine A. Bohny 



Peter L. Boice 



Ann Bolcavage 



Gerard M. Benvenuto Hartsdale, NY; International Rela- 
tions; Sigma Iota Rho; Residence Halls Council, House Presi- 
dent, Hall President; Tae Kwon Do Club. 
Nicolette Diana Berger West Caldwell, NJ; Government; Al- 
pha Gamma Delta, Vice President of Scholarship; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Dean's List; Visiting Lecturer's 
Committee; Lehigh University Choir. 

Raymond Henry Berger Bethlehem, PA; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park; Society of Automotive 
Engineers; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; 
Fast Break Club. 

Barry Gene Berkowitz Port Washington, NY; Government; 
Kappa Sigma, House Manager, Steward; Blood Drive Chair- 
man; Ski Club; Tagar. 

Beth S. Berliner Larchmont, NY; Psychology; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Philanthropy, Parliamentarian; Lehigh University Vol- 
unteers; Rho Chi. 

Debra Renee Berman Port Washington, NY; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Pi Mu; Society of Women 
Engineers; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Women In- 
volved in Student Education. 
Larissa Bernat West Tisbury, MA; Marketing. 
David J. Berney Bala Cynwyd, PA, Government; Chi Phi; Phi 
Beta Sigma; Wrestling. 

Judith Ann Bernstein Livingston, NJ; International Careers/ 
French; Alpha Phi, Panhellenic Council, Third Vice Presi- 
dent, Rush Chairperson, Omicron Delta Kappa; Dean's List; 
Senior Class Vice President; Hillel Society; Lehigh University 
Volunteers. 

Michelle Lynn Bertrand Marblehead, MA; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Omicron Pi, Intramural Manager. 
Robert Joseph Berzanski Cherry Hill, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Swimming. 

Beverly Janell Best Westfield, NJ; Accounting; Marketing 
Club; Finance Club, Investment Club; Women Involved in 
Student Education. 

Richard Turlinski Bew Cape May Point, NJ; Philosophy; 
Delta Tau Delta, House Manager, Creative Leadership Chair- 
man; Committee About Rape Education; Society of Automo- 
tive Engineers. 

Christopher F. Biedermann Oradell, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Lehigh Crew; Residence Halls Coun- 
cil, Hall President. 

Marisa Lynn Bier Edison, NJ; Social Relations; Marketing 
Club. 

Michele Lynn Birk Jeannette, PA; French/Government; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Little Sister, 
Pledgemaster. 

Amanda Bischoff Central Islip, NY; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; International Club. 
David Robert Blake Wappinger Falls, NY; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Delta Phi 4 Treasurer; Track. 

Christopher Laird Block Newtown, PA; Finance; Zeta Psi; 
Varsity Basketball. 

Michael Lewis Block Rydal, PA; Finance; Living Group: Le- 
high Towers: Sigma Taii Delta; Club 31 Manager; Dining 
Committee; Investment Club; Marketing Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

Lee Andrew Blum Staten Island, NY; International Relations; 
' Delta Upsilon; Football; Brown and White. 
Julie Beth Blumsack Peabody, MA; Psychology; Delta Gam- 
ma; Psi Chi; Dean's List; Lambda Chi Alpha, Little Sister. 
Ralph Eugene Bohnenberger, Jr. Berkeley Heights, NJ; In- 
dustrial Engineering; Tau Epsilon Phi; Mustard and Cheese 
Drama Society, ■ 

Christopher Anne Bohny Holmdel, NJ; Marketing/Manage- 
ment; Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice President, Pledge Education, 
Rush Assistant; Dean's List; Tennis; Marketing Club, Invest- 
ment Chub. 

Peter Levis Boice Toledo, OH; Mechanical Engineering; Sig- 
ma Chi, Pledgemaster, House Manager; Football. 
Ann Bolcavage Archbald, PA; Material Science and Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park, Intramural Manager, Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Student Materials Society; Psi Upsilon 
Little Sister; Freshman Orientation; Fast Break Club. 



Seniors 319 




Gordon W. Bryant, III 



Mark T. Bryer 



320 



Bolitsky - Buist 




Alan W. Bucher 



Elizabeth A. Bucll 



Jason A. Buist 



Lisa Ann Bolitsky Cherry Hill, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
The Epitome, Editor-in-Chief; Chi Delphia, Vice President; 
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Vice Chair- 
person; New Student Orientation, Social Chairperson. 
Wesley Robert Boozer Atlanta, GA; Psychology; Chi Phi, 
House Manager, Historian. 

Kenneth Eric Borislow Narberth, PA; Accounting; Living 
Group: McClintic-Marshall House; Gryphon Society. 
W. Timothy Borland New Castle, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Lehigh Sailing Club, Founder, 
President; Young College Republicans. 
Anne Ayres Boswell Rockville Centre, NY; Psychology; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Cross Country, Captain; Track. 
Nancy J. Bowden Staten Island, NY; Industrial Engineering; 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice President, Secretary; Institute of 
Industrial Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; Women 
Involved in Student Education. 

Robert Garrison Bowen Westlake Village, CA, Finance; Theta 
Delta Chi, Corresponding Secretary, Pledgemaster, Social 
Chairman; Investment Club. 

Nina Karen Boyd Schuylkill Haven, PA; Architecture; Amer- 
ican Institute of Architecture Students. 
Todd Jay Boyer Ridgefield, CT; Biology; Living Group: Brod- 
head House; Phi Kappa Psi. 

James Patrick Boylan Bridgewater, NJ; Finance; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Chairman. 
Craig Daniel Boyle Lancaster, PA; Chemistry; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Concert 
Band; Choir; Orchestra; American Chemical Society. 
Tracy Lynn Bradley Medford, NJ; Marketing; Delta Gamma; 
Marketing Club; Freshman Orientation Planning Commit- 
tee; University Committee on Discipline. 
Maurice Gerard Bradshaw Emerson, NJ, Economics; Sigma 
Chi. 

David Eugene Brady Avon, CT; Electrical Engineering; Spas- 
tic Plastic. 

Joel Morton Braverman Harrisburg, PA; Molecular Biology; 
Sigma Chi, Fundraising Chairman; Phi Eta Sigma; Rugby 
Club; Ski Club; Biology Club. 

Maria Sue Brecher Westfield, NJ; Marketing; Gamma' Phi 
Beta, Social Chairperson; Dean's List; Marketing Club. 
Brian Lewis Briggs Fallston, MD; Industrial Engineering; Chi 
Psi, Treasurer; Soccer; Fraternity Management Association, 
Treasurer's Council, Executive Board; lnterfraternity Council, 
Executive Council, Treasurer. 

Edward Frank Broczkowski, Jr. Bethlehem, PA; Accounting. 
Carle L. Brown York, ME; Accounting; Beta Theta, Pi, Social 
Chairman, Rush Chairman. 

Carrie Evelyn Brown Waynesboro, PA; Civil Engineering; 
American Society of Civil. Engineers; Women Involved in 
Student Education; Varsity Track; Equestrian Club. 
Thomas Patrick Browne Allentown, PA; Computer Science; 
Living Group: Drinker House; Bridge Club, Secretary, Trea- 
surer; Cut and Thrust Society; Theater., 
Gordon Whitman Bryant, III Centerville, MA; Architecture; 
Theta Chi, Chaplain, American Institute of Architecture Stu- 
dents. 

Mark Thomas Bryer Camp Hilt, PA; Civil Engineering; Delta 
Tau Delta, Recording Secretary; Chi Epsilon; American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers; Tae Kwon Do Club. 
Alan Weir Bucher Palmyra, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; 
Soccer Club; Wind Ensemble; American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers. 

Elizabeth Ashley Buell Gettysburg, PA; Accounting; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Marketing Club. 

Jason A. Buist Oak Ridge, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Ice Hockey. 



Seniors ; 321 




Neil I. Canell 



Roger D. Cantor 



Daniella M. Caputo 



John R. Carl 



Patricia A. Carle 



322 



Bunting - Casella 




Cathy M. Caruba 



David J. Casella 



Nancy Louise Bunting Bordentown, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Steven Marc Burger New City, NY; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Brodhead House; Eta Kappa Nu; Dean's List; 
Air Force ROTC. 

Christine Catharine Burke Warminster, PA; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Omega; 
Fraternity Management Association. 

Barbara Mary Burnell Wellesly, MA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Michael Patrick Burns Allentown, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Theta Delta Chi, Pledgemaster; Golf; American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers, Social Chairman. 
Brian Stewart Byck Haddon Heights, NJ; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Chi Rho, Rush Chairman, Vice President. 
Anthony James Caciolo Emmaus, PA; Accounting; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, President, House Manager, Concessions Manager. 
Marisa Frances Calabrese Newtown Square, PA; Architecture; 
American Institute of Architecture Students. 
Christine Marie Calandra East Brunswick, NJ; Government; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chairperson; Rush Counselor; 
Pre-Law Society; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Dario Calia Wilton, CT; Electrical Engineering; Sigma Nu, 
House Manager, Intramural Manager, Assistant Rush Chair- 
man; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Soccer Club; 
Ski Club. 

Mauricio Manuel Camargo Bogota, Colombia; Civil Engi- 
neering; Delta Tau Delta, Executive Officer; Tau Beta Pi; Chi 
Epsilon. 

Christopher Kyle Cameron Melville, NY; Finance; Theta Xi; 
Varsity Lacrosse; Soccer. 

Allison Camp Malvern, PA; Chemical Engineering; Delta 
Zeta, Alumni Liaison; Basketball; Student Senate, Vice Presi- 
dent; Forum. 

Holly Jean Campbell Pittsburgh, PA; Accounting; Beta Al- 
pha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Maura Kathleen Campbell Pittsburgh, PA; Marketing; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, Corresponding Secretary. 
Elizabeth Joy Campi Babylon, NY; Government/Philosophy; 
Field Hockey; Lacrosse; Progressive Student Alliance. 
Thomas Vincent Campo Rumson, NJ; International Rela- 
tions; Chi Psi, Scholarship Chairman; Intramural Football, 
Softball. 

Jay Barry Canell Scarsdaie, NY; International Relations; Al- 
pha Chi Rho, House Manager; Lacrosse. 
Neil Ivan Canell Scarsdaie, NY; International Relations; Al- 
pha Chi Rho, Secretary; Lacrosse. 

Rog«r D. Cantor Short Hills, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Tau 
Omega,. Social Chairman.; Varsity Baseball. 
Daniella Marie CaputoStaten Island, NY,Tnternational Rela- 
tions. 

John Rodney Carl Kutztown, PA; Marketing; Delta Upsilon, 
Social Chairman;' Interfraternity Council Representative; 
Marketing Club; Finance Club. 

Patricia Ann Carle Bethlehem,, PA; Social Relations; Gamma 
Phi Beta, Rush Counselor. 

Brian Eric Carlson Media, PA; Electrical Engineering; Delta 
Chi, President, Steward; Institute of Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers, Computer Society; Scuba Club. 
Cathy Margaret Caruba Maplewood, NJ; Biochemistry; Al- 
pha Gamma Delta, Intramural Chairperson; American 
Chemical Society, President.' 

David John Casella East Williston, NY; English; Chi Phi, 
Pledge Educator, Secretary, Historian; Sigma Tau Delta, Pres- 
ident. 



Seniors 323 




Michele A. Cicciari Christina M. Cipriano 



324 




Casolini Dal Bo - Colicchio 



Winfield L. Clark 



Pierce F. Cohalan 



Felix A. Chen Branchburg, NJ; Biology; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Sailing Club; Biology Club; ROTC Rifle 
Team; Young College Republicans. 

James Bing Cheng Stroudsburg, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; Forum; Freshman Orienta- 
tion Volunteer; Progressive Student Alliance. 
Enrique Cheng-Robles Marlboro, NJ; Biology/PreMed; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Gryphon Society; Forum; Allied 
Health Professions, Social Chairman; Residence Life, Sub- 
committee Chairman; Biology Club; Newman Council, Eu- 
charistic Minister; Challenge for Success Peer Counselor. 
Michael Thomas Chidester Somers, NY; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Theta Chi, Treasurer. 

Robert Martin Chin Port of Spain, Trinidad; Chemical Engi- 
neering. 

Guido Alberto Chiriboga Guayaquil, Ecuador; Industrial En- 
gineering; Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, House Manager, Chap- 
lain; Industrial Engineering Council, President; Amigos de 
las Americas; College Democrats; Soccer Coach; Gymnastics 
Club. 

Karin Sue Cholak Stamford, CT; Journalism; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Epitome, Sports Editor, Activities Editor; 
Brown and White; Residence Halls Council, Activities Coun- 
cil; Public Relations Student Society of America. 
Nina Ann Chomak New Bedford, MA; Economics; Alpha 
Phi. 

Thomas Charles Christie Syosset, NY; International Rela- 
tions; Delta Chi, House Manager, Secretary; Lehigh Universi- 
ty Choir, Manager; Jazz Coalition. 

Hyunkee Chung New Canaan, CT; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Phi, Rush Chairman, House Manager; Men's Lacrosse; 
Men's Ice Hotkey. 

Michele Ann Cicciari Penfield, NY; Marketing; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers, Secretary; Tutoring Program; Marketing 
Club; American Marketing Association. 
Andrew Laird Casolini Dal Bo Derby, NY; Civil Engineering; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President, Assistant Social Chair- 
man, Assistant Steward. 

Ann Maureen Cavanaugh Pittsburgh, PA; English; Gamma 
Phi Beta, Standards Chairperson; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice Pres- 
ident; Softball; Volleyball; Cross Country; Brwn and White: 
Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Joseph Chacko Blue Bell, PA; Pre-Med Science; Phi Beta Kap- 
pa. 

Theresa Lydia Challender Mercerville, NJ; Molecular Biolo- 
gy; Living Group: Drinker House, Intramurals Manager: Phi 
Beta Kappa; Dean's List; Varsity Wrestling, Team Manager; 
Deming Lewis Scholarship; Trustee Scholarship; Women In- 
volved in Student Education. 

Tsang Loong Chan Hong Kong; Electrical Engineering; Tau 
Beta Pi. 

Kirsten Katrine Chancellor Westfield, NJ; English; Brown 
and White; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Kappa Theta Little Sister.. 
Alisa Maureen Chapman Woodbury, NJ; Accounting; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Baylor Foresman Chapman Galena, IL, Social Relations. 
Gary Alan Chase Stamford, CT; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi, 
Intramural Manager; Financial Management Association; 
National Honor Society; Dean's List. 

Lawrence Craig Chasin Parsippany, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Delta Phi, Steward, Scholarship Chairman; Tau Beta Pi; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Cynthia Marie Che Verona, NJ; Accounting; Lehigh Univer- 
sity Volunteers, Tutoring Chairperson; Forum, Cultural Af- 
fairs Co-Chairperson; Jazz Coalition; Psi Upsilon Fraternity, 
Founding Little Sister; Alcohol in Moderation; Women In- 
volved in Student Education; East Asia Society; Chinese Stu- 
dent Club; Annual Fund. 

Christina Mia Cipriano Freehold, NJ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park; Delta Zeta; Society of 
Women Engineers; Women Involved in Student Education- 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Winfield Lawrence Clark Moorestown, NJ; Economics; Kap- 
pa Sigma,. Rush Chairman, Grand Scribe. 
Pierce Fox Cohalan Bayport, NY; Government; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Pre-Law Society; Boxing Club; Crew Club. ' 
Susan Angela Colicchio Pelham, NY; Economics/Journalism; 
Delta Gamma, House Manager; Senor Class Gift Campaign; 
Brown and White; Public Relations Student Society of Ameri- . 
ca; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Seniors 325 




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Craig A. Colligan 



Glenn D. Comisac 




Jennifer A. Czin 



Brian R. Dakin 



Maria E. D'Alessandro 



Joseph P. Daly 



David K. Daniels 



326 



Colligan - Da vies 




Lauren E. Daum 



Deborah L. Davidson 



Jeffrey C. Davies 



Craig A. Colligan New Providence, NJ; Finance; Alpha Tau 
Omega, Treasurer, Sentinel; Baseball; Water Polo Club; Fra- 
ternity Management Association, Board of Directors Repre- 
sentative; Worthy Helmet Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 
Clenn D. Comisac Tamaqua, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Chi Psi; Pi Tau Omega; Football; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Christopher David Cook Allentown, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Brian Matthew Cooke Malvern, PA; Journalism/Science 
Writing; Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Forum, Trust- 
ee Representative; Student Senate; Brown and White, Editori- 
al Page Editor, News Editor; Science Scope, Editor; Interfra- 
ternity Judiciary Council; Dean's List; Outstanding College 
Students of America. 

Gregory John Cote Mountainside, NJ; Finance; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Vice President, Social Chairman; Dean's List; Aca- 
demic All American; Outstanding College Students of Ameri- 
ca; Order of Omega; Investment Club, Vice President; Rugby. 
J. Marc Cote Shelburne, VT; Chemical Engineering; Living 
Group: Hartman College, Intramural Manager; Ultimate Fris- 
bee Team; American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineering 
Expo Organizational Committee; Fast Break Club. 
Diana Maria Cotner Lima, Peru; International Relations; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Cross Country; Soccer Club; 
Spanish Club; Lehigh University Volunteers. 
David Robert Coughlan Chester, NJ; Finance; Phi Gamma 
Delta, Treasurer, Historian; Water Polo. 
Frank Henisse Countess York, PA; International Relations; 
Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, Interfraternity Council Rep- 
resentative; Dean's List; Sigma Iota Rho; Lehigh Boxing 
Team; Varsity Basketball, Statistician; Omega Order; Pre- 
Law Society. 

Sue Covert Melbourne, Australia; Economics. 
Michael Scott Craig Wayne, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Phi 
Kappa Theta; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 
Garrett Nelson Crichton Rumson, NJ; Computer Science; Phi 
Sigma Kappa, President, Vice President; Lacrosse. 
Allan M. Croly Delran, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Delta Tau 
Delta; Eta Kappa Nu, President; Cross Country; Soccer Club; 
Bethlehem Youth Soccer League, Coach. 
Glenn Eric Crump Blue Bell, PA; Finance; Investment Club; 
Water Polo Club. 

Scott Minor Cunningham Pittsburgh, PA; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Pi Lambda Phi, Rush Chairman; Rugby, Captain. 
Christopher Allen Ciirran Easthampton, MA; Civil Engineer- 
ing/Geology; Phi Kappa Theta; Crew Team; Boxing Club; 
Army ROTC; Geology Club. 

Richard W. Curtis, Jr. Mahopac, NY; Economics; Chi Psi, 
Pledgemaster, Assistant House Manager, Assistant Rush 
Chairman; Varsity Football, Captain; Marketing Club. 
Richard Stephen Czarnowski Scotch Plains, NJ; Architec- 
ture/Urban Studies; American Institute of Architecture Stu- 
dents, Treasurer; Crew Club. 

Jennifer Anne Czin.Montclair, NJ; Accounting; Delta Gam- 
ma, Assistant Treasurer, President; Marketing Club; Ski 
Team; Challenge For Success Tutor. 

Brian Richard Dakin Mount Kisco, NY; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Pledgemaster, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Gryphon Society, President; Council of Student 
Presidents. 

Maria Emma D'Alessandro Montvale, NJ; Accounting; Pro- 
gressive Student Alliance; Lehigh University Volunteers. 
Joseph Patrick Daly Philadelphia, PA; Journalism/Science 1 
Writing; Living Group: Brodhead House; Brown and White, 
Sports Editor. 

David Keith Daniels Upper Saddle River, NJ, Accounting; 
Phi Kappa Psi, Chaplain, Treasurer, Messenger. 
Lauren Elizabeth Daum Pittsburgh, PA; Finance; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Treasurer; Tennis Team; Marketing Club; Finance.' 
Club. 

Deborah Lee Davidson Short Hills, NJ; Urban Studies; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Social, Chairperson,-. Epitome, Assistant Photo 
Editor. 

Jeffrey Charles Davies Bethesda, MD; Civil Engineering; 
Theta Chi. 



Seniors 327 







Hclcne M. DiCarlo Jennifer A. DiClerico 



328 



Da vies - Digel 




Mark M. DiDonato 



Lisa A. DiFabio 



Sarah L. Digel 



Todd Alan Davies Lmivuus, f'A, Biology, Living Croup: 
Packer House; Biology Club; Intramural Sports. 
Christopher John Davirto Spring Lake, NJ; Finance; Alpha 
Tau Omega, President 

Christopher William Davis Bethlehem, PA; Social Relations, 
I'lii Sigma Kappa, Inductor; Phi Sigma Kappa Scholarship 
Award. 

Ernest James Davis, Jr. Boothwyn, PA, Economics; Chi Psi, 
Vice President; Football. 

Marshall Lawrence Davis Freehold, NJ, Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Zeta Psi, Assistant Steward, Varsity Soccer; Educational 
Policy Committee, Forum; Institute of Industrial Engineer v 
Scott M. Davis East Hartford, CT, Mechanical Engineering; 
Phi Sigma Kappa, Sentinel, Steward, House Manager; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Steven Christopher Dayton New Canaan, CT; Social Rela- 
tions; Phi Gamma. Delta, President, Secretary; Baseball. 
Scott Thomas Decelles Cldst^r, NJ; Journalism; Theta Delta 
Chi; Varsity Baseball; Brown and White. 
Julie Anne Dederer Hyde Park, NY; Accounting; Alpha Om- 
icron Pi, Vice President, Social Chairperson; Greek Week 
Coordinator; I.CA.R.E, 

Jeffrey Stewart Degler Reading, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Tau Delta, Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 
Caryn Marie DeHoratius Bethlehem, PA; Biology; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi. Beta Kappa; Ama- 
ranth; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Women's Soccer Club. 
CJaudia Anne DelGross Bala Cynwyd, PA; Government; Al- 
pha Phi, Vice President; Residence Halls Council/Hall Presi- 
dent; Jazz Coalition;. Dean's List. 

Mark Joseph Demarest Wayne, NJ; Psychology; Psi Chi; 
Dean's List. 

Annette Christine DeMattosBemardsville, NJ; Finance; Del- 
ta Gamma, Assistant Rush Chairperson, Assistant Treasurer: 
WLVR Campus Radio Station, Program Director, Promotion-, 
al Director, DJ. 

Stephen Joseph Demchak Camp Hill, PA; Civil Engineering; 
Delta Phi, Pledge Advisor. 

Robert Sean DeMeulemeester Bloomfield Hills, MI; Industri- 
al Engineering; Phi Sigma Kappa, House Manager; Alpha Pi 
Mu; Tau Beta Pi; Institute of Industrial Engineering; Boxing 
Club; Track and Field. 

Paul Andrew Devery Ambler, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
Living Group: Brodhead House; Phi Eta Sigma; American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers; Newman Center Folk 
Group. 

Jill Anne Devine Somers, NY; English; Alpha Gamma Delta; 
Residence Security. 

Joseph Peter DeVito Randolph, NJ; Journalism; Living 
Group: Brodhead House; Omicron Delta Kappa; Epitome, 
Editor-in-Chief, Executive/Academics Editor, Copy Editor; 
Brown and White; Pre-Law Society; Young College Republi- 
cans; Dean's List. 

Jason Diamond Port Washington, NY; Behavioral and Neu- 
ral Biology; Theta Xi, Steward; Varsity Lacrosse, Captain. 
Susan Patricia Diamond Southampton, PA; Mathematics; 
Living Group: Trembley Park. 

Helene Marie DiCarlo Pittsburgh, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Secretary; 
Phi Kappa Theta Little Sister; Lehigh Big Sister. 
Jennifer Anne DiClerico Westfield, NJ; English; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Women's Soccer Team. 

Mark Michael DiDonato Oakdale, NY; Marketing; Delta 
Tau Delta, Sergeant at Arms; Debate Team; Marketing Club; 
Tae Kwon Do Club. 

Lisa Ann DiFabio Cranford, NJ; Chemistry; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Outstanding Young Women of America; 
Outstanding Young College Students of America; Chi Del- 
phia; Concert Band; Women Involved in Student Education; 
American Chemical Society. 

Sarah Louise Digel Wilmington, DE; Behavioral and Neural 
Biology; Alpha Gamma Delta; Track; Powder Puff Football. 



Seniors 329 




Kelly A. Eckbreth 



Lynn L. Eckersley 



John R. Edelman 



Constance A. Egan 



Jeffrey S. Eichman 



330 



DiGruttila - Eisengart 




iAdk 



Elizabeth M. Dungan Francis X. Durkin, II Andrew J. Dvorocsik 




Kenneth B. Eichwald 



David S. Eisenbud 



James A. Eisengart 



Nancy Leigh DiGruttila Allendale, NJ; Biology; Living 
Group: Stoughton House; Field Hockey; Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Gryphon Society; Lehigh University Volunteers.' 
Matthew Francis DiLorenzo Glen Ridge, NJ; Biology/Psy- 
chology; Phi Delta Theta, Pledgemaster, Social Chairman; 
Student Drug and Alcohol Counselor; Ski Club; Bowling 
Club. 

Maria Dioguardi Bayville, NY; Chemical Engineering; Wom- 
en's Track; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 
Sean fyl' crlae ' Diver Watchung, NJ; Chemical Engineering; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist, Steward; American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; Spanish Club. 

Julie Meredith Dolan Ithaca, NY; International Careers/Gra- 
phics; Living Group; Richards House; Crew Club, Vice Presi- 
dent; WLVR Campus Radio Station, DJ; Residences Halls j 
Council; Progressive Student Alliance. 
Kathleen Mary Donlin Colonia, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group; Trembley Park; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Marching Band; Pep Band. 

David Neary Donohue Paoli, PA; Finance; Theta Chi; Hock- 
ey Club. 

Michael James Donohue Queenstowh, MD; International 
Relations/Industrial Engineering; Pi Lambda Phi, House 
Manager, Steward, Concessions Manager. 
Anne Parmer Dontzin Glen Gardner, NJ; English; Brown 
and Wh;te. 

Howard Arthur Doumaux Charleston, WV; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Taylor College; Tau Beta Pi. 
Elaine Anne Drager Freehold, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
Tau'.Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Institute of Electri- 
cal and Electronics Engineers; Equestrian Club. 
Jonathan Ankin Dranoff Philadelphia, PA; Pre-Medical Sci- 
ence, Psi Upsilon, Rush Chairman, Alumni Representative; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Jazz Ensemble. 

Daniel Richard Driscoll Mendham, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Chi Psi, Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Stephen R. Droesch Laurel Hollow, NY; Economics; Sigma 
Chi;. Squash Club; Ice Hockey Club. 

Catherine Marie Duffy Canton, MA, Foreigiy,, Careers/ 
French; Alpha Phi. 

Elizabeth Marie Dungan Clifton, VA; Finance. 
Francis Xavier Durkin, II Mechanicsburg, PA; English; Sig- 
ma Tau Delta; American Institute of Architecture Students; 
WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Andrew James Dvorocsik Kingston, NY; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Theta Xi, Treasurer, Intramural Manager; Institute 
of Industrial Engineers, President. 

Kelly Anne Eckbreth Glastonbury, CT; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Pi Mu; Dean's 
List; Dining Committee, Secretary; Women Involved in Stu- 
dent Education, Co-chair; Institute of Industrial Engineers; 
Society of Women Engineers; Concert Band; Lehigh Univer- 
sity Very Modern Ensemble. 

Lynn L. Eckersley Dalton, PA; English; Dean's List; Field 
Hockey; Softball; College Democrats. 

John Rogers Edelman West Chester, PA; Accounting/Fin- 
ance; Baseball. 

Constance Ann Egan Port Jefferson, NY; Psychology; Gam- 
ma Phi Beta, Peer Counselor. 

Jeffrey Scott Eichman Bridgewater, NJ; Applied Arts/Indus- 
trial Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; Interfraternity Council, 
President; Lacrosse, Captain. 

Kenneth Brian Eichwald Harrison, NY; Marketing; Delta 
Sigma Phi, President; Forum; Club 31; Student Senate. 
David Scott Eisenbud Berkeley Heights, NJ; Finance; Phi 
Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Dean's List; Ski Team. 
James Alan Eisengart Pittsburgh, PA; Marketing, Zeta Psi, 
Rush Chairman, President. 



Seniors 331 



c 




Melinda A. Feldman 



Sharon F. Fendrick 



332 



Eisner - Fersko 




Hcnrictle Jill Eisner Yardley, PA; Social Relations; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Panhel Officer. 

Michael Paul Ekberg Danville, PA; Geology; Kappa Alpha; 
Wrestling; ROTC. 

Andrea Suzanne Ekizian Westwood, NJ; Finance; Living 
Group: Taylor Residential College; Visiting Lecturers Com- 
mittee; Marketing Club. 

Stephen Carl Engblom Pottstown, PA; Architecture/Urban 
Studies; Dean's List; American Institute of Architecture Stu- 
dents, President. 

Susan Ann Engels Garden City, NY; Management; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Pledge President; New Student Orientation; 
Powder Puff Football. 

Constance Stephanie Englesson Aberdeen, MD; Finance; 
Delta Gamma, Steward, Recording Secretary; Marketing 
Club, Vice President of Communications. 
Jason Albert Enoch Randolph, NJ; Accounting; Sigma Chi, 
Vice President, Secretary, Social Chairman, Derby Days 
Chairman; Rugby. 

Henry Maurice Enright Mexico City, DF; Marketing; Living 
Group: Taylor Residential College; Marketing Club; Spanish 
Club; International Club; French Club. 
John Scott Epperly Fairfax, VA; Finance; Theta Xi, Secretary; 
Wrestling Team. 

David J. Erla Jersey City, NJ; Social Relations/International 
Relations; Delta Chi; Judo Club. 

Ruth Anne Ervin Doylestown, PA; Psychology; Gamma Phi 
Beta; Field Hockey; Lacrosse. 

Michael Raymond Esposito Succasunna, NJ; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Theta Chi, Pledge Marshal. 

Vera Louise Evans Stamford, CT; Finance; Alpha Omicron Pi. 
Stephanie Marie Fallone Paramus, NJ; Accounting/Spanish; 
-Epitome, Business Manager; Beta Theta Pi Little Sister. 
Nancy Lynn Fantuzzi Toms River, NJ; Computer Science; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Dean's List; WLVR Campus Radio Sta- 
tion. 

Shawn Matthew FarrelJ Danielson, CT; Marketing; Sigma 
Phi Epsiion, Social Chairman; Rugby Club; Men's Varsity 
Hockey; Brown and White, Circulation Manager. 
Mark Nelson Fegley Wilbraham, MA; Finance; Sigma Chi, 
Treasurer, 5teward; Dean's List; Investment Club. 
Paul Andrew Feidelson Armonk, NY; Journalism; Sigma 
Chi, Fund Raiser; Public Relations Student Society of Ameri- 
ca, Public Relations Director; Lacrosse. 
Jeff Mitchell Feinberg Harrison, NY; Finance; Delta Tau 
Delta, Social Chairman; Sigma Tau Delta; Gryphon Society; 
Finance Club; Investment Club; International Relations 
Club, President. 

Edwajrd George Feitzinger Vestal, NY; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park; Tau. Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; 
Crew Club, President, Founder. 

Andrew Jon Feldhuhn Silver Spring, MD; Finance; Jazz Co- 
alition, 

Melinda Ann Feldman, River Vale, NJ; Psychology; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Psi Chi. 

Sharon Faith Fendrick Cherry Hill, NJ; International Rela- 
tions; Delta Gamma, Rituals Chairperson; Lehigh University 
Choir; College Democrats; Progressive Student Alliance. 
Lorenzo Enrique Feoli San Jose, Costa Rica; Industrial Engi- 
neering. 

Laurie Anne Fernandes New Bedford, MA; Government; Al- 
pha Phi, Quarterly Correspondent; Cheerleader. 
Charles Lawrence Fersko Brooklyn, NY; International Ca- 
reers; Theta Delta Chi, Rush Chairman, 5ocial Chairman, 
Herald; Rugby Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Mustard 
and Cheese Drama Society. 



Lorenzo E. Feoli 



Seniors 333 




Eric D. Frarv 



James A. Frederick 



Melody J. Frey 



Maureen L. Frickanisce 



Richard F. Fritz 



334 



Fick - Gallagher 




Lisa Ann Fick Ramsey, NJ; Chemical Engineering; Dean's 
List; Outstanding College Students of America; Phi Kappa 
Theta Little Sister, Research Assistant; Women Involved in 
Student Education; Tae Kwon Do. 

Melisa Ann Filipos Bethlehem, PA; Government/Interna- 
tional Relations; Equestrian Club; Photography Club; Debate 
Team. 

Lawrence Robert Fink Edison, NJ; Economics/International 
Careers; Living Group: Brodhead House; Sigma lota Rho; 
Gryphon Society; Hillel Society; International Relations 
Club. 

Kenneth Marc Finkelstein Huntingdon Valley, PA; Account- 
ing; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Traffic Appeals 
Committee; Intramurals Manager; Student/Faculty Liaison; 
Hillel Society. 

Karen Beth Fischer Wilton, CT; Economics; Delta Gamma; 
Dean's List; Marketing Club; Economics Society. 
Michael Jay Fischer Tenafly, NJ; Mathematics; Dean's List; 
Mathematics Faculty Award; WLVR Campus Radio Station; 
Jazz Coaliton. 

Charles Damian Flammer Closter, NJ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Marylou Flavia Norwalk, CT; Mechanical Engineering; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers; Ski Club; Theta Chi Little Sister. 
Joseph Emile Fluet, III Ocean Ridge, FL; Economics; Pi Lamb- 
da Phi; Army ROTC; Gryphon Society. 
Brian Paul Fogle Easton, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Charles Thomas Foley Pittsburgh, PA, Marketing, Theta Xi. 
James Richard Folk Wind Gap, PA; Finance; Theta Delta Chi; 
Baseball; Investment Club. 

Elizabeth Joy Folsom Milford, CT, Accounting/Manage- 
ment; Living Group: Trembley Park; Women Involved in 
Student Education; Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Lehigh 
Valley; Red Cross Volunteer. 

Robert Charles Ford Vero Beach, FL; Computer Science; Sig- 
ma Nu; Baseball; Brown and White; Computing Society. 
Steven John Foresti Hartsdale, NY; Finance; Psi Upsikm, 
Rush Chairman, Pledgemaster; Interfraternity Council, Pub- 
lic Relations and Social Committee. 

Bruce M. Forman Holland, PA; Computer Engineering; Al- 
pha Epsilon, Steward, Intrarnurals Manager; Phi "Eta Sigma; 
Marching Band. 

Pamela Patrice Foster Westminster, MD; Finance; Dean's 
List; Marketing Club. 

Elyssa Ann Frank Short Hills, NJ; Urban' Studies; Public 
Relations Student Society of America, Secretary; Marketing 
Club; Epitome, Photographer. 

Eric Donald Frary Medford Lakes, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
Zeta Psi, Steward, House Manager; Soccer, Captain, American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Interfraternity Council, Housing 
Committee. 

James Atbert Frederick Red Lion, PA; Accounting; Theta Xi, 
Treasurer; University Committee on Intramural Sports, Dis- 
cipline; Pre-Law Society. 

Melody Jane Frey Bethlehem, PA; Finance; National Finance 
Honor Society; Investment Club; Finance Club; Marketing' 
Club. 

Maureen L. Frickanisce Morris Plains, NJ; Marketing; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Intramural Manager; Scabbard and Blade Soci- 
ety; ROTC; Women's Soccer. 

Richard Francis Fritz Bethlehem, PA; Finance; Phi Sigma Eta. 
Richard A. Fuller Dallas, PA; Marketing; Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Alumni Relations, Eund Raising Chairman; Marketing Club; 
Finance Club. 

Monique Ines Fulmer Bayville, NY; Accounting, Marketing 
Club; Finance Club; Tae Kwon Do Club. 
Mary Meighan Gallagher Briarcliff Manor, NY; Marketing/ 
Management; Marketing Club; Epitome, Sales; Student .Ac- 
tivities Council, Special Events. 



Richard A. Fuller 



Seniors 335 




Helenc L. Glassberg Edward C. Gliot 



336 



L 

Galley - Goldberg 




Susan Elizabeth Galley Wcstport, CT; Economics. 
Keith John Gaily New Preston, CT; Civil Engineering; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Ski Club; 
Soccer Club. 

Sreecaran Ganesan Jaffna, Sri Lanka; Industrial Engineering; 
Tau Epsilon Phi, Secretary, Steward; Indian, Students Associ- 
ation, Program Coordinator; Interfraternity Council, Social 
Committee; International Club. 

Jennifer Sara Cans Weston, CT; Psychology; Delta Gamma. 
James M. Garvey Hudson, OH; Mechanical Engineering; Liv- 
ing Group: Palmer House; American Society of Mechanical' 
Engineers; Gryphon Society. 

Ronald John Gawlik Bethlehem, PA; Civil Engineering; 
Amerjcari Society of Civil Engineers. 

William Patrick Geary West Hartford, CT; Government; 
Freshman Wrestling; Young College Republicans. 
Jeffrey Stuart Gendel Summit, NJ; Finance; Psi Upsilon, 
Treasurer; Investment Club, President; Street Hockey Club, 
Founder, President; Tour Guide. 

Susan Marie Genther Collingswood, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Transfer 
Student Subcommittee, Chairperson. 

Sarah Marie Gentzlinger Centerport, NY; Geological Sci- 
ences; Delta Gamma; Geology Club. 

Jean Louise George Coraopolis, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Society of Women Engineers; 
Women Involved in Student Education. 
John Thomas Gerhart West Chester, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Steward; Tau Beta 
Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Floor Hockey 
Club. 

Alkesh Jiwat Gianchandani East Hanover, NJ; Finance, In- 
vestment Club; Marketing Club; Finance Club; Fast Break 
Club. 

William David Gilbert West Chester, PA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Beta Theta Pi; Intramural Manager. 
John William Gill Cincinnati, OH; Accounting; Phi Sigma 
Kappa, Assistant Treasurer, Scholarship Chairman; Varsity 
Golf, Co-Captain; Brown and White. 

Eric Israel Gillman Boca Raton, FL; International Relations; 
Phi Sigma Kappa, House Manager, Sentinel; Golf. 
Steven Anthony Gioia North Massapequa, NY; Mechanical 
Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Freshman Baseball; American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Maria Lombardi Giovannelli Irvington, NY; Accounting; 
Women Involved in Student Education. 

Jocelyn Michelle Gitlin Newton, MA; Marketing; American 
Marketing Association; Marketing Club; Student Activities 
Council; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Publicity Chairperson. 
James Robert Gladstone Lafayette, CA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Sailing Club. 

Catherine Geralyn Glaser Melville, NY; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sister; Listen- 
ing Line. 

Helene Leslie Glassberg Conyngham, PA; Molecular Biology; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Social Chairperson; Women's Cross Coun- 
try; Biology Club. 

Edward Curtis Gliot Hershey, PA; Applied Science/Materials 
Engineering; Pi Lambda Phi, House Manager; Army ROTC; 
Ranger Club; Scabbard & Blade; Rugby Club. 
Kenneth Allen Goetz Commack, NY; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Hartman College; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers; Fast Break Club; Intramural Softball, 
Volleyball, Football, Bowling, Track. 

John Jackson Goldberg Poundridge, NY; Philosophy; Phi 
Delta Theta. 

Kenneth Jay Goldberg Livingston, NJ; Finance; Sigma Alpha 
Mu, Recorder, President; Interfraternity Judicial Committee. 



Kenneth A. Goetz 



John J. Goldberg 



Seniors 337 




Michelle L. Grossman 



Louis B. Gugliotta 



Daniel S. Gulick 



Jean M. Gumpper Christine L. Gunther 



338 



Goldfeder - Gwertzman 




Neena Gupta 



Steven C. Guzy 



Jill S. Gwertzman 



Bruce Henry Goldfeder Kings Park, NY; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Air Force ROTC; Arnold. Air Society; Bridge Club. 
Gregg Dros Gonzalez Pleasacitville, NY; Economics; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; International Relations Honor Soci- 
ety, Rugby; Young College Republicans. 
Deborah Michelle Goodman Lawrenceville, NJ; Manage- 
ment; Living Group: Trembley Park, President. 
Anita Gopinathan Holmdel, NJ; Government 
John Daniel Gorman Vienna, VA; Marketing; Living Group: 
Warren Square; Football; Marketing Club. 
Kathleen Ann Gorman Bloomfield, CT; Finance; Brown and 
White, Photo Editor; Lehigh University Volunteers; Women 
Involved in Student Education. 

Jason James Gotsis Riverside, CT; Civil Engineering; Sigma 
Nu. 

Adam Spencer GottbetteT Hartsdale, NY; Finance; Theta Xi, 
Social Chairman; Young College Republicans; Brown and 
White; Ski Club. 

Stephen Bickford Gould Middleton, MA; Accounting; Delta 
Phi; Lacrosse, Rugby. 

Shalini Goyal Princeton Junction, NJ; Architecture; WLVR 
Campus Radio Station; American Institute of Architecture 
Students; Orchestra. 

Paul Evan Graf Briarcliff, NY; Marketing; Phi Sigma Kappa, 
Inductor, Rush Chairman, President. 

Susan Beth Gray Setauket, NY; Accounting/Finance; Outing 
Club; Chi Phi Little Sister, Social Chairperson; Marching 
Band. 

Mary Greczyn Allentown, PA; Journalism/Government; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Phi Beta Kappa; Brown and 
White, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, Editorial Page Edi- 
tor, News Editor, Features Editor, Desk Editor; Cultural Af- 
fairs Committee. 

Steven B. Greenbiatt Stamford, CT; Finance; Sigma Nu, Pres- 
ident, Social Chairman. 

Keith R. Grimes Poughkeepsie, NY; Mechanical Engineering; 
Psi Upsilon, Rush Chairman, Public Relations. 
Bradley K. Groff Gap, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Psi Upsi- 
lon, House Manager. ft> ' 
David Allen Groo Waldwick, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; 
Intramural Sports; Ski Club. 

Sondra Melanie Gross Stamford, CT; Industrial Engineerings- 
Class Vice President; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Vice 
President; Lehigh University Jazz Coalition, Vice President. 
Michelle Lynn Grossman Scarsdale, NY; International Rela- 
tions; Gamma Phi Beta, Chapter Envelopment Chairperson; 
Brown and White. 

Louis Brandeis Gugliotta Oyster Bay Cove, NY; Finance; Beta 
Theta Pi, President, Rush Chairman; Interfraternity Judiciary 
Committee; Interfraternity Council; Brown and White. 
Daniel Scott Gulick Haddon Heights, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Trembley Park; Lehigh Crew; Varsity 
Track. 

Jean Marie Gumpper Reading, PA; Industrial Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Air Force ROTC. 
Christine Louise Gunther River Vale, NJ; Environmental Sci- 
ences and Resource Management; Kappa Alpha Theta; Intra- 
mural 5ports Manager; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Neena Gupta Princeton Junction, NJ; Pre-Medical Science. 
Steven Charles Guzy Valencia, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Vice President; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta 
Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Jill S. Gwertzman Englishtown, NJ; Finance; Alpha Phi; 
Dean's List; Olympian, Features Writer; Finance Club; Pan- 
hellenic Social Committee; Admissions Tour Guide. 



Seniors 339 




Daemon A. Heckman 



Paul Hedrick 



340 



Hackbarth - Helminski 




Patricia Ann Harvey Chester, NJ; Finance/Management; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Courtesy Secretary, House Manager, 
Alumna Relations. 

Hedyeh Hashemi Maple Glen, PA; Behavioral Neural Biolo- 
gy; WLVR Campus Radio Station, Director, DJ; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers, Co-chair Tutorial Program. 
James Lawrence Hausmann Worcester, MA; Finance; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Pledgemaster. 

Loren Beth Haver New York, NY; Marketing/Finance; Al- 
pha Gamma Delta. 

Charles Lee Harvey, III Waverly, PA; English; Alpha Chi 
Rho, President; Men's Lacrosse; Brown and White, Photo 
Staff; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Donald Leo Hayward Hershey, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Outdoor Club; Bridge Club. 

Sarah Gilbert Hayward Greensburg, PA; Materials Science 
and Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Student Materi- 
als Society; Women Involved in Student Education; Society of 
Women Engineers. 

William Vincent Heaphy, IV Lutherville, MD; Accounting; 
Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Alumni Officer; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Lacrosse. 

Daemon Andrew Heckman Fleetwood, PA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Chi Phi, Vice President; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Who's Who Among American College Stu- 
dents; Marching Band, Drum Major, Student Conductor; 
Wind Ensemble, President, Manager. 

Paul Hedrick Scranton, PA; Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

James Kevin Heinly Lancaster, PA; Architecture; Dean's List. 
David Howard Keller Greenlawn, NY; Accounting; Delta 
Upsilon, Steward; Investment Club; Entrepreneur Club. 
Kristin Alisa Hackbarth Pompton Lakes, NJ; Management; 
Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister. 

Steven Isaac Hafif Deal, NJ; Psychology; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
John Russell Haggerty Basking Ridge, NJ; Accounting; Phi 
Kappa Psi, Corresponding Secretary. 

George Swan Hagstoz, III Plainfield, NJ; Finance; Chi Phi, 
Vice President, Steward; Golf. 

Lowell Erik Haims Westfield, NJ; Accounting;. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Treasurer. 

Richard Domenech Hall Guayaquil, Ecuador; Computer Sci- 
ence and Electrical Engineering; Spanish Club, Vice Presi- 
dent; Intramural Tennis, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball. 
Tammy Jane Hanna Whitehall, PA; Finance; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Marketing Club; Senior Class Gift Cam- 
paign; Women Involved in Student Education; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers. 

Douglas Frank Hano Longmeadow, MA; Finance; Phi Delta 
Theta, Historian; Water Polo Club, President; Investment 
Club; Interfraternity Council, Faculty Relations. 
Christopher Adam Haridopolos Garden City, NY; Social Re- 
lations; Delta Phi, House Manager; Who's Who in American 
Universities; Track and Field, Captain. 
James Robert Harris Manlius, NY; Finance; Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga; Football. 

Susan Leslie Harrison Fairfield, CT; Mathematics; Living 
Group: Drinker House; Residence Halls Council; Alcohol in 
Moderation Club; Hillel Society. 

Gregory Charles Harte Cheshire, CT; Government; Alpha 
Tau Omega, Worthy Usher, Pledgemaster. 
Richard N. Hartman Lakewood, OH; Finance; Theta Xi, So- 
cial Chairman; Investment Club; Wrestling Team. 
Arlene Joyce Helminski Tunkhannock, PA; Marketing; 
Gamma Phi Beta, President, Ritual Chairperson; Women's 
Cross Country; Brown and White, Photo Staff; Marketing 
Club. 



James K. Heinly 



Seniors 341 




Marc J. Hertzbcrg 



David A. Hess 




Chrisann Hoehl 



Michael M. Hoehl 



Wanda J. Hoerres 



Jill A. Hoexter Christopher M. Hoffman 



342 



Hemmer - Hood 




Kenneth Andrew Hemmer Staten Island, NY; Accounting; 
Delta Upsilon, Steward, Intramural Manager; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Investment Club; Entreprenuer Club. 

Geoffrey Guy Hemphill Bethlehem, PA; Finance; Theta Xi, 
Treasurer; Investment Club; Marketing Club. 
John Edward Hensler West Orange, NJ; Computer Engineer- 
ing. 

Wendy Gail Herschman East Brunswick, NJ; Psychology; 
Delta Gamma, Educator, Steward, Vice President of Scholar- 
ship; Brown and White, Features Reporter. 
Nancy Hershberg New York, NY; Marketing. 
Marc Jeffrey Hertzberg Baltimore, MD; Accounting; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Secretary, Treasurer. 

David Alan Hess Weston, CT; Accounting/Finance; Sigma 
Phi, Rush Chairman, Pledge Czar. 

Tracy Evans Heydt Shavertown, PA; Biology/Psychology; 
Delta Gamma; Marketing Club. 

Brian Kevin Hickman Yardley, PA; Finance; Chi Psi, Presi- 
dent; Football. 

Susan Gail Hiestand Chatsworth, CA; International Rela- 
tions/Economics. 

Brennan McClure Hinkle Simsbury, CT; Management; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman; Brown and White, Circula- 
tion Manager; Peer Counselor; Interfraternity Council Social 
Committee. 

Rhonda Beth Hirsch Metuchen, NJ; Biology; Biology Club. 
David Scott Hirschberg Montville, NJ; Marketing; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Social Chairman; Varsity Tennis; Student Activi- 
ties Council, Concerts; Apprentice Teacher; Marketing Club. 
Christopher Davis Hite Bradford Woods, PA; Finance; Alpha 
Tau Omega, Vice President; Football. 

Jeffrey Jon Hobensack West Chester, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Theta Chi, Pledge Marshal. 

Greg Lawrence Hoch Nazareth, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

Sanford J. Hodes Marlboro, NJ; Economics; Sigma Phi, Presi- 
dent, Rush Chairman; Interfraternity Judical Committee. 
Heidi Lea Hodgman Suffield, CT; Psychology; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Listening Line; Alpha Epsilon Pi Little Sister. 
Chrisann Hoehl Royersford, PA; Marketing; Living Group: 
Saucon Village, House Representative; Marketing Club; Le- 
high University Volunteers; Women Involved in Student 
Education. 

Michael Milford Hoehl Detroit, MI; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing/Psychology; Living Group: Saucon Village, Intramural 
Manager; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Lehigh 
University Volunteers. 

Wanda Joan Hoerres Dallas, TX; Philosophy; Chi Phi Little 
Sister; Outing Club; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; 
Marching Band. 

Jill Alyson Hoexter Great Neck, NY; Gpvernment; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Social Chairperson; Dean's List; Forum, Com- 
mittee Chairperson; Equestrian Club. 

Christopher Mark Hoffmann Columbia, MD; Finance; Zeta 
Psi, Vice President; Sergeant at Arms; Soccer. 
Eric Michael Holben Allentown, PA; Psychology; Zeta Psi, 
House Manager; Soccer. 

Kenneth Bruce Hbldsman Abington, PA; Economics; Chi 
Psi; Social Chairman, Intramural Manager; Phi Eta Sigma; 
• Sigma Tau Delta; Rugby Club. 

Sally A. Hood Portland, OR; Architecture/Urban Studies; 
Alpha Phi; Women's Soccer; American Institute of Architec- 
ture Students; Lehigh University Volunteers; Peer Counselor. 



Eric M. Holben 



Kenneth B. Holdsman 



Seniors 343 




Leslie E. Joecks 



John M. Johansen 



344 



Horn - Johnson 




Deborah L. Johnson 



Laura M. Johnson 



Marilyn L. Johnson 



Gwcnn S. Horn Riverdale, NY; Marketing; Bela Gamma Sig- 
ma; Marketing Club; Public Relations Student Society of 
America. 

Maria Gabriclla Horvath Metuchen, NJ, Economics; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Warden; Field Hockey; Marketing Club, Assis- 
tant Treasurer; Brown and White; Big Sister; Tour Guide. 
Paul Robert Hovsepian West Caldwell, NJ; Finance; Sigma 
Chi. 

Jill A. Hudock Conyngham, PA; Computer Science; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Hartman Residential College; Mar- 
keting Club; Society of Women Engineers. 
Paul Scott Hugel Freehold, NJ; International Relations; Phi 
Sigma Kappa. 

Timothy Munro Hunter Raleigh, NC; Natural Science; 
Gryphon Society; Varsity Tennis; Forum, Residence Life Bub- 
committee. 

Eric Alan Huret Yardley, PA; Economics; Living Group: 
Brodhead House; American Marketing Association; Market- 
ing Club; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Economics 
Society; Computer Society. 

Brian Gilbert Hurley Stratford, CT; Finance; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Investment Club; Finance Club. 
Leanora Marie lannone Stamford, CT; Social Relations; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Director; Greek Peer Counselor. 
Christopher Keisuke Iki Tokyo, Japan; Marketing; Sigma 
Chi. 

Elisabeth Hendriati Iljas West Caldwell, NJ; Molecular Biolo- 
gy; Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice President, Scholarship. Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Order of Omega; Orchestra; String Ensemble; 
Biology Club; Health Professions Club. 

Patricia Ann Incandela Deer Park, NY; Social Relations; 
Varsity Volleyball, Captain; Wrestling, Manager; Young Col- 
lege Republicans. 

Alexander Michail Ioffe Cherry Hill, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Psi Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Cross Coun- 
try; Crew; Debate Team. 

Eric Peter Iversen Lloyd Harbor, NY; Finance/Management; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Finance Honor Society. 
Gailon Elizabeth Jacobs Boca Raton, FL; Government; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Swimming Team; Peer Assistance Hotline 
Coordinator; Orientation Planning Committee; Outstanding 
College Students of America; Chi Delphia Officer. 
Steven Mark Jacobson East Brunswick, NJ; Architecture; 
American Institute of Architecture Students, Junior and Se- 
nior Representative. 

Jeffrey Howard Jacques Hagerstown, MD; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Trembley Park, Intramurals Manag- 
er; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers, Vice Chairman; Frisbee Team. 
Matthew Adam Jaeger New York, NY; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Taylor Residential College, Social Chair- 
man; Twilight. 

Robert Quinn James Schwenksville, PA; Computer Engineer- 
ing; Frisbee Team. 

Jose Francisco Jaramillo Midland Park, NJ; History. 
Kristin Mather Jarrett Ivyland, PA; Social Relations; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Public Relations Student Society of America, 
Vice President. 

Leslie Ellen Joecks Harrisonburg, VA; Chemical Engineering; 
Alpha Omicron Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engi- 
neers; Pre-Law Society. 

John Melvin Johansen New City, NY; Computer Science; 
Gryphon Society; Delta Tau Delta; Brown and White. 
Deborah Lynn Johnson Westport, CT; Social Relations; Al- 
pha Chi Omega, Membership Chairperson; Dean's List. 
Laura Marie Johnson Bel Air, MD; English; Living Group: 
Dravo; Gryphon Society; Alpha Chi Omega, Vice President 
of Fraternity Relations; Lehigh University Volunteers. 
Marilyn Lou Johnson Wayne, NJ; Architecture, Urban Stud- 
ies; American Institute of Architectural Students; Lehigh 
University Volunteers. 



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Robert P. Kelly, Jr. 



Shelagh A. Kelly 



Cynthia A. Kendall 



Vincent J. Kenkel 



Teresa L. Kent 



I 

Johnston - Keyser 




Heather Jean Johnston York, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Scholarship Chairperson; Tennis Team; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Mary Katharyne Jones Bethlehem, PA; Molecular Biology; Pi 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister. 

Heidi Ann Josephson Cumberland, RI; Government; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Chaplain, Rush Chairperson; Swim Team; Peer 
Counselor; Forum, Student Subcommittee; Pre-Law Society. 
Jeffrey Howard Josephson Rancho Palos Verdes, CA; Fi- 
nance; Chi Psi; Dean's List; Boxing Team, Captain. 
Edith Suzanne Kahn Potomac, MD; Bio-Psychology; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Historian, Rush Counselor; Lehigh University 
Volunteers. 

Henry S. Kane, Jr. Somerville, NJ; Finance; Phi Delta Theta; 
Investment Club; Model United Nations; Crew Club. 
Gregory Scott Kanter Short Hills, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
Kappa Sigma, Vice President; American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Interfraternity Council, Social Chairman. 
Gary Jerrold Kaplan Ossining, NY; Electrical Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi; Wrestling Team, Manager; Institute of Electri- 
cal and Electronics Engineers. 

Patricia Elsa Karg Holmdel, NJ; Applied Science/Mechanical 
Engineering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; So- 
ciety of Women Engineers; Student Activities Council. 
Mark Stuart Kasson Ocean, NJ; Computer Science; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Vice President. 

Jeanine Marie Kasulis Scranton, PA; Marketing; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta; Beta 
Gamma Sigma, Marketing Club. 
Deidre Katz Monsey, NY; Marketing, 

Heidi Beth Katz New Rochelle, NY; Management; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Scholarship Chairperson, Corresponding Secre- 
tary;T.C.A.R.E.; Theta Chi Little Sister; Women Involved in 
Student Education. 

Michael Alan Kaufman Dix Hills, NY; Economics; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Pledgemaster, Social Chairman; Soccer; Brown 
and White. 

Steven Jay Kaufman Moreland Hills, OH; Finance; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, House Manager, Steward; Model United.Nations. 
Brendan Kehoe New York, NY: Industrial Engineering; Phi 
Eta Sigma. 

David Christopher Keller Burlington, CT; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Psi, President, Vice President. 
Colleen Patricia Kelly Norristown, PA; Accounting; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Vice President Finance, Activities Chairperson; 
Women Involved in Student Education. 

Robert Patrick Kelly, Jr. McLean, VA; Economics; Delta Up- 
silon, Scholarship Chairman, Steward. 

Shelagh Anne Kelly Queens, NY; English/Psychology; Le- 
high Listening Line; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 
Cynthia Ann Kendall Orangeburg, NY; Accounting; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Assistant Treasurer, Ritual Chairperson; Uni- 
versity Choir; Residence Hall Security. 

Vincent John Kenkel Florham Park, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Delta Tau Delta, Campus and Community Service Chair- 
man; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Student Senate, Treasurer; 
Forum; I.C.A.R.E. 

Teresa Lynn Kent Lakewood, CO; Journalism; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Phi Beta Kappa; Williams Scholar; Dean's 
List; Brown and White, Features Editor; News Editor, Desk 
Editor; Lehigh University Choir; Big Brothers/Big Sisters of 
the Lehigh Valley, Big Sister of the Year. 
Neil Henry Kessler Villanova, PA; Psychology; Lehigh To- 
gether; Philosophy Club. 

David Brad Kestenbaum Woodcliff Lake, NJ; Accounting; 
Phi Kappa Theta, Intramural Manager; Finance Club; Invest- 
ment Club. 

Greg Allen Keyser Eugene, OR; Computer Science; Living 
Group: Beardslee Centennial House, Gryphon; Gryphon So- 
ciety; Investment Club; Lex Panos Award. 



Neil H. Kessler 



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Gary R. Klein 



Wendy P. Klein 



Darren J. Klem 



Steven R. Klenk 



Fremont J. Knittle, HI 





Eva C. Kohnstam 


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Khan - Kramer 




Robert R. Kovach Bernadette A. Kozlowski Heinrich A. Kramer, Jr. 



Shabbab Suhail Khan Caracus, Venezuela; Civil Engineering; 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Deborah Ann Kidd Stamford, CT; English; Living Group: 
Hartman Residential College; Sigma Tau Delta; Equestrian 
Club; English Club. 

Julie Ann Kime River Vale, NJ; International Careers; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Founding Sister; Marketing Club; Investment 
Club. 

David Edward Kindle Cincinnati, OH; Economics/Interna- 
tional Careers; Scabbard and Blade; ROTC, Ranger 
Commander. 

Elaine King Oakland, NJ; Accounting; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Activities Chairperson; Panhel Delegate, Social Chairperson. 
Kristen Maria Kinne Dunstable, MA; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Alpha Pi Mu, Treasurer; Institute of Industrial Engi- 
neers, Vice President; Society of Women Engineers; Squash 
Club. 

Michael Brian Kirchner Jarrettsville, MD; Chemistry; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; American Chemical Society; Talent 
Show '87. 

Heather Ruth Kirkwood Las Vegas, NV; Social Relations; 
Marketing Club. 

Gary Richard Klein Chappaqua, NY; Finance; Zeta Psi, Trea- 
surer; Dean's List, Soccer. 

Wendy Pamela Klein West Long Branch, NJ; Bio Psycholo- 
gy; Alpha Phi; Dean's List; Ski Club; Biology Club. 
Darren Jason Klem Franklin Park, NJ; Pre-Medical Science; 
Delta Chi, Vice President, House Manager; Jazz Ensemble. 
Steven R. Klenk Franklin Lakes, NJ; Civil Engineering; Delta 
Phi, President, Pledgemaster; National Merit Scholarship 
Award; Ice Hockey Club; Ski Club; Investment Club; Inter- 
fraternity Council. 

Fremont James Knittle, III Phoenix, MD; English/Psycho- 
logy; Phi Kappa Theta, Treasurer. 

Kathy Helene Kogut Langhorne, PA; Psychology; Living 
Group: Brodhead House, Hall President. 
Steven Michael Kohl Monroeville, PA; Architecture; March- 
ing 97. 

Kristin Kohler Basking Ridge, NJ; Chemistry; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Concert Band; Marching Band; Jazz Band; 
Brass Quintet; Lehigh University Very Modern Ensemble; 
Trumpet Ensemble; Brass Quartet; Orchestra; Pep Band. 
Eva Claire Kohnstam Fair Haven, NJ; International Rela- 
tions; Gamma Phi Beta, Rush Chairperson, Ritual Chairper- 
son, Philanthropy Chairperson. 

John Armstrong Kokai Elyria, OH; History/Economics; Liv- 
ing Group: Drinker House, Hall President; Phi Alpha Theta. 
James Alan Kolberg Tolland, CT; Journalism/Science Writ- 
ing; Marching 97; Brown and White. 

Jeffrey Joel Kollin Livingston, NJ; Industrial Engineering; 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Rush Chairman; Brown and White, Busi- 
ness Manager, National Advertising Manager. 
Kimberly Ann Kopaskie New Paltz, NY; Civil Engineering; 
Chi Epsilon; Dean's List; American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Society of Women Engineers. 

Holly Christine Kortright Lancaster, PA; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer; Alpha Pi Mu, Secre- 
tary; Industrial Engineering Council; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Lehigh University Volunteers; Women Involved 
in Student Education; Society of Women Engineers. 
Robert Charles Kossar River Vale, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Tau 
Omega, Secretary, Social Chairman; Senior Class President; 
Marketing Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Solicitation 
Committee. 

Robert Reid Kovach Delmar, NY; Accounting; Alpha Epsilon 
Pi, Rush Chairman, Member at Large, Sentinel; Hillel Soci- 
ety, Third Vice President. 

Bernadette Anne Kozlowski Dallas, PA; Biology; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Basketball; Softball; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
Heinrich August Kramer, Jr. York, PA; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Taylor College, Faculty/Fellow Contact; 
Tau Beta Pi; Twilight, Entertainment Committee. 



Seniors 349 




Christian G. LeBrun Deborah P. Leckonby William R. Ledder, II 



Betsy C. Lee 



Janice J. Lee 



350 



I 

Kramer - Lesnik 




Jeffrey K. Lehmann 



Mark E. Lesnik 



Wolf John Kramer Williamsport, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Brodhead House; Outstanding College 
Students of America; American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

Kyle Raymond Krcider Camp Hill, PA; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Chi, Vice President, Pledgemaster, Scholarship 
Chairman, Secretary; Interfraternity Council, Scholarship 
Member, Housing Member; Senior Class Gift Campaign 
Committee; Industrial Engineering Council; Institute of In- 
dustrial Engineers; Boxing Club. 

Erol Tuncay Kucukarslan East Meadow, NY; Mechanical 
Engineering/Computer Science; Pi Tau Sigma; Ultimate 
Frisbee. 

Robert Randolph Kufferman Fairfield, CT; Psychology; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, Chaplain, Community Relations. 
Khalid Mahmoud Kuleib Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emira; 
Civil Engineering. 

Laura Paige Kuljian Rosemont, PA; Civil Engineering; Living 
Group: Taylor College; Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer; Chi Epsilon; 
Armenian Club, Vice President. 

Kenneth Palos Kunsman Bethlehem, PA; Journalism; Cross 
Country; Track & Field. 

Laura Louise Kupfrian Bedford, MA; English; Living Group: 
Taylor College, Assistant Hall Director; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary; Gryphon Society; Ger- 
man House; Lehigh University Volunteers; International 
Club. 

Stuart Howard Kupinsky Bethesda, MD; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park. 

Mama Ilene Kurzrok Great Neck, NY, Behavioral and Neu- 
ral Biology; Living Group; Trembley Park; Psi Chi; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Ski Club; Marketing Club; Lehigh Valley Big Sister. 
Susan H. Kwon North Caldwell, NJ; Accounting; Delta Gam- 
ma, Pledge President, House Manager. 
Kim P. Ladota Stamford, CT; Industrial Engineering; Alpha 
Phi, Fraternity Trainer President; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers. 

Pongsakorn Lamsam Bangkok, Thailand; Marketing; Beta 
Gamma Sigma. 

Steven Michael Lane Malvern, PA; Government; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Pre-Law Society; Big Brothers; Intra- 
mural Golf, Wrestling, Softball; Investment Club. 
Lori Sue Lanson Cherry Hill, NJ; Psychology; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Pre-Law Society; Lehigh University Volunteers. 
Danielle LaTourette Milltown, NJ; Accounting; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; Panhellenic Association, President; Gryphon 
Society. 

Jeffrey David Laudenbach Penn Valley, PA; Marketing; Pub- 
lic Relations Student Society of America; Ice Hockey Club. 
Elizabeth Eldredge Lawrence Weston, CT; Economics; Alpha 
Phi, Administrative Assistant, Assistant Fraternity Educator, 
Activities Chairperson. 

Christian Guillermo LeBrun Scarsdale, NY; Finance; Tennis 
Team. 

Deborah Page Leckonby Portola Valley, CA; Marketing; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Marketing Club. 

William Robert Ledder, II Pittston, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Intramural Sports. 
Betsy Chihyon Lee Cherry Hill, NJ; Psychology; Alpha Phi, 
Assistant Steward; Peer Counselor. 

Janice Jean Lee River Edge, NJ; Marketing/French; Delta 
Gamma; Student Activities Council, Secretary; Marketing 
Club. 

Jeffrey Kevin Lehmann Bethel Park, PA; International Ca- 
reers; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; International Club; Cultural 
Exchange Committee. 

Gail Bronwyn Lese Bethel Park, PA; Philosophy/Biology; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Alumnae Relations Officer, Fraternity 
Education Officer; Gryphon Society; Order of Omega; Out- 
standing College Students of America; Women Involved in 
Student Education; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Phi- 
losophy Club; Biology Club. 

Mark Elliot Lesnik Wayne, NJ; Accounting; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Social Chairman; Investment Club; Interfraternity Council. 
Hillel Society. 



Seniors 351 




Robert D. Lubin 



Stuart J. Lucker 



352 



Lesser - Lupo 




Deborah A. Ludwig 



Jonathan B. Ludwig 



Andrea L. Lupo 



Randi Suzette Lesser White Plains, NY; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Gamma Phi Beta, Assistant Social Chairperson; Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Hugh Jonathan Lesster Crofton, MD, Psychology/English; 
Rugby; Bridge Club, President. 

Mark Walter Lettie Montvale, NJ; Finance; Phi Kappa Theta, 
Recording Secretary; Investment Club; Finance Club. 
Gordon Scott Levey Short Hills, NJ; Computer Science; Sig- 
ma Alpha Mu, Vice President; Marketing Club. 
John McKenzie Levins Kennett Square, PA; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Trembley Park; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Scabbard and Blade Society; Army Rangers; American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Jules David Levitt Aberdeen, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; 
Delta Phi, Vice President; Jazz Coalition; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, 

Lori Ann Lewis Ramsey, NJ, Computer Science; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta, Social Chairperson. 

Jennifer Robin Lichtman Eastchester, NY; Finance; Delta 
Gamma, Assistant Steward, Treasurer; Dean's List; Financial 
Management Association; National Honor Society. 
Kristin Ann Lipani Bridgewater, NJ; International Business 
/Journalism; Swim Team; Brown and White; News Editor, 
Sports Editor; Young College Republicans. 
Suzanne Lipowski Elmwood Park, NJ; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Society of Women En- 
gineers; Investment Club. 

Stephen Paul Liska Landing, NJ; Finance; Investment Club; 
Marketing Club; American Marketing Association; Intramu- 
ral Manager. 

Marc Jeffrey Littman Northport, NY; Accounting; Sigma 
Nu, Vice President, Rush Chairman; Beta Alpha Psi. 
Wendy S. Lockwood Pittsford, NY; Government; Lambda 
Chi Alpha Little Sister, President; Swimming. 
Harriett Russell Logan Pepper Pike, OH; English/Theatre, 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; Mustard and Cheese 
Drama Society, President. 

Michael Joseph Lohin Minersville, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Dean's List; Lehigh University Street Hockey Club; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Wai San Loke Singapore; Electrical Engineering; East Asian 
Club. 

Kristina Ann Long Emmaus, PA; Accounting; Living Group; 
Brodhead House; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Craig Scott Lowenstein Roslyn, NY; Finance; Theta Delta 
Chi; Lehigh University Street Hockey Club; Investment Club. 
Eric Albert Lowrey Belmont, MA; Finance/Marketing, In- 
vestment Club; Marketing Club; Sports Information and Me- 
dia Relations Coordinator. 

Charles Edward Lowry, Potomac, MD; Marketing; Phi Gam- 
ma Delta. 

Tri Minh Lu Lansdale, PA; Electrical Engineering. 
Robert David Lubin Mt. Kisco, NY; Government; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Soccer; Baseball. 

Stuart John Lucker Painesville, OH; Accounting; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Alumni Director, Comptroller, Steward; Brown and 
White, Circulation Staff. 

Deborah A. Ludwig Norwalk, CT; Economics. 
Jonathan Benjamin Ludwig Sharon, MA; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Rush Chairman. 
Andrea Lynn Lupo Brookfield, CT; Mathematics. 



Seniors 353 




Edward J. Martin, Jr. Nancy L. Martin Stefanie V. Martinengo Laura Marturana 



Peter J. Martz 



354 



Lyle - Mathews 




Ingrid J. Massa 



Paul C. Mateychak 



Mark G. Mathews 



Stephen James Lyle West Simsbury, CT; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Kappa Psi, Rush Chairman, Intramural Manager; 
Pi Tau Sigma. 

Jeffrey Alexander Lynn Duanesburg, NY; Industrial 
Engineering. 

Steven Michael Lyons Mercerville, NJ; Computer Science; 
Zeta Psi, Secretary; Baseball; Interfraternity Council, Com- 
munity Relations Committee Chairman. 
Allison Whitney Mack Matawan, NJ; Economics; Alpha Phi, 
Secretary; Sigma Tau Delta; Ski Club; Economics Club. 
Kenneth Charles MacLaren Toledo, OH; Industrial Engin- 
eering/English; Chi Phi; Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer. 
Jerome Ambrose Madden, III Moorestown, NJ; Civil Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Brodhead House; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau 
Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. 
Scott Charles Madgey Philadelphia, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Hillside House; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau 
Beta Pi; Gryphon Society; American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

Courtney Elizabeth Maier Atlanta, GA; Fine Arts; Young 
College Republicans. 

Beth Ann Malinowski Bernardsville, NJ; Marketing; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Rush Chairperson, Vice President of Pledge 
Education, Steward; Senior Class Officer, Secretary; Resi- 
dence Halls Council, Freshman Dorm President; Senior Class 
Gift Campaign. 

Patricia Lynne Mallon Westport, CT; Accounting; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Rho Chi; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister. 
Robert Philip Mangold Milford, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Brodhead House; Army ROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade. 

David Eric Manheim West Orange, NJ; Finance; Delta Phi, 
Assistant Steward, Corresponding Secretary; Dean's List; Fast 
Break Club; Young Entreprenaurs Club. 
Janet Marie Manning Chadds Ford, PA; Economics; Alpha 
Chi Omega, President; Economics Society; Women Involved 
in Student Education; Marketing Club. 
Louis Aaron Marcus Glenside, PA; Accounting; Chi Phi, 
President, Vice President. 

Michael Vincent Marinello Millbum, NJ; International Re- 
lations; Alpha Tau Omega, Worthy Usher, Steward, Social 
Chairman; Outstanding Young Men of America; Football; 
Newman Council, President; International Relations Club; 
Fast Break Club; I.C.A.R.E. 

Thomas Patrick Marron Boca Raton, FL; Civil Engineering; 
Chi Psi, House Manager; Varsity Football. 
Kathryn Anne Marsh Long Valley; NJ; Computer Science; 
Marching 97; Concert Band; Orchestra; Computing Society. 
Ronald Walter Marsh Scotch Plains, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Ice 
Hockey Club. 

Edward Joseph Martin, Jr. North Bethesda, MD; Industrial 
Engineering; Living Group: Trembley Park, Hall President; 
Track; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 
Nancy Lynn Martin Lexington Park, MD; Philosophy; 
Young Humanists. 

Stefanie Victoria Martinengo Harrison, NY; International 
Relations; Gamma Phi Beta. 

Laura Marturana Berkeley Heights, NJ; Marketing; 
Swimming. 

Peter James Martz Jenkintown, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Living Group: Hartman Residential College; Ultimate Frisbee 
Team, President; Tae Kwon Do Club; Intramural Wrestling. 
Ingrid Jacqueline Massa Jackson Heights, NY; English; Sig- 
ma Tau Delta, Secretary; Public Relations Student Society of 
America; New Student Orientation, Committee Chairperson; 
Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Woodrow Wilson Visit- 
ing Fellows Committee. 

Paul Cameron Mateychak Scotch Plains, NJ; Mechanical En- 
gineering; Delta Tau Delta, Sergeant at Arms. 
Mark Geoffrey Mathews Medfield, MA; Finance/Manage- 
ment; Delta Tau Delta, Rush Chairman; Golf; Interfraternity 
Council, Rush Committee; Freshman Orientation Staff. 



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Peter D. McNulty 



James T. McVey 



356 



Matonis - Melchner 




Pamela L. Meader 



Matthew J. Meagh 



Michael Peter Matonis Seekonk, MA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Alpha Mu, Steward, House Manager; American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. « 

Jodi Michele Maxon Stamford, CT; International Relations; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Service Chairperson. 
Gary Norman May Fairfax, VA; Electrical Engineering; Sig- 
ma Phi; Wrestling; Rugby; Institute of Electrical and Elec- 
tronics Engineers. 

Pamela S. McAfee Brentwood, NY; Management/Marketing; 
Basketball; Lacrosse. 

Jennifer Clair McCabe Weston, MA; Foreign Careers; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Alumnae Relations. 

Caroline Alice McCarthy Tenafly, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Orchestra. 

Julie Louise McClain Pittsburgh, PA; History; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Social Chairperson, Recording Secretary; Powder Puff 
Football. 

William Joseph McCIoskey, III Harrisburg, PA; Chemical 
Engineering; Living Group; Brodhead House; WLVR Campus 
Radio Station; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Lynn Ann McClouchic Bridgeville, PA; Finance; Kappa Al- 
pha Theta, Steward, Intramurals Manager; Dean's List; Fi- 
nancial Management Association National Honor Society; 
Volleyball Team. 

Kathleen Elizabeth McConnell Middletown, NJ; Electrical 
Engineering; Tau Beta Phi; Women Involved in Student Edu- 
cation; Ski Club. 

Catherine Grace McDonald Holmdel, NJ; Marketing; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Social Chairperson; Marekting Club, Vice 
President of Programming; Student Activities Club; Big 
Sister. 

Helene Marie McDonald Melville, NY; Biology; Dean's List; 
Lehigh University Volunteers; Allied Health Professions So- 
ciety, Co-Chairperson. 

Paul Patrick McDonough Morris Plains, NJ; Accounting; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, House Manager, Historian; Ice 
Hockey Team. 

Jennifer Laracy McElwreath Pompton Plains, NJ; Govern- 
ment/International Relations; Field Hockey; Lacrosse. 
Jennifer Lynn McFadden Orono; MN, Architecture; Living 
Group: International House; American Institute of Architec- 
ture Students, Vice President; German House. 
Maik David McGowan Essex Fells, NJ; Business/Marketing; 
Delta Upsilon, President, Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman, 
Alumni Representative; Football; Senior Class Gift Cam- 
paign; Brown and White; Marketing Club. 
Brian H. Mclnerney Ridgefield, CT; Finance; Theta Chi, 
President, Chairman of Executive Committee; Financial Man- 
agement Honor Society; Beta Gamma Sigma. 
Suzanne Elise McKenna New York, NY; Psychology; Dean's 
List; Psi Chi; Listening Line; Transfer Students Forum 
Committee. 

Laura Ann McKinstry Morristown, NJ, English; Marketing 
Club; English Club. 

Brian Gerard McLaughlin Far Hills, NJ; Finance; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Finance Club; Marketing Club; In- 
vestment Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 
Lynne Weldon McMullin Doylestown, PA; Chemical Engi- 
neering; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Society 
of Women Engineers; Tour Guide. 

Peter Drummond McNulty Cleveland, OH; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Pi Lambda Phi, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman. 
James Thomas McVey Glastonbury, CT; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Trembley Park; University Dining Com- 
mittee, Chairman; Lehigh University Very Modern Ensem- 
ble, President. 

Pamela Lynn Meader Center Harbor, NH; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Alpha Gamma Delta, President; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Engineering Expo; American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 
Matthew James Meagh Cherry Hill, NJ; Computer Science; 
Phi Sigma Kappa, Pledgemaster. 

Jason Barry Melchner Larchmont, NY; Marketing; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Treasurer, Steward, House Manager; Brown and 
White, Advertising Manager; Visiting Lecturers Committee; 
Investment Club. 



Seniors 357 




Hillary D. Mohel Anthony ';. Monticello 



Allison Moody 



Peter S. Moore 



Patrick T. Morningred 



358 



Mellin - Moss 




Andrea M. Mengoli Christopher A. Mervine M. Salome Michell 




Eric B. Miller 



Jeffrey B. Miller 



Jeffrey F. Miller 



Michael M. Mitlehner Ardavan Mobasheri Mohd Kamal A. Mohd Jan 




fttll 



Susan F. Morrow 



Christopher A. Moss 



Stephen Douglas Mellin Allentown, PA; Electrical 

Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Challenge for Success Tutorial 

Program. 

William Larkin Melvin New Fairfield, CT; Electrical 

Engineering; Living Group: Trembley Park; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 

Kappa Nu; Baseball; Air Force ROTC. 

Andrea Marie Mengoli Weston, MA; Urban Studies. 

Christopher Anne Mervine Haddonfield, NJ; History; Living 

Group: Trembley Park; University Choir, Residence Halls 

Council; Choral Union; Lehigh University Volunteers; 

Women Involved in Student Education. 

M. Salome Michell Wyndmoor, PA; Economics/English; 

Alpha Phi; Sigma Tau Delta; Equestrian Club. 

Theophile Joseph Mignatti, III Huntingdon Valley, PA; 

Finance; Zeta Psi. 

Christopher Todd Miller Scarsdale, NY; Civil Engineering; 

Psi Upsilon, Parliamentarian; American Society of Civil 

Engineers; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Eric Brian Miller Lafayette Hill, PA; Psychology; Living 

Group: Trembley Park, President; Marketing Club; Fast 

Break Club; Pre-Law Society. 

Jeffrey Frank Miller Montclair, NJ; Finance; Phi Delta Theta, 

Secretary, Treasurer, Chaplain; Dean's List; WLVR Campus 

Radio Station; Investment Club. 

Jeffrey Borcherdt Miller Kemblesville, PA; Chemical 

Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta, President, Alumni Secretary, 

Executive Secretary, Assistant House Manager; American 

Institute of Chemical Engineers; Ice Hockey Club; Tau Beta 

Pi. 

Mark Frederic Miller Etters, PA; Electrical Engineering; Pi 

Kappa Alpha; Crew Club; Volleyball Club; Interfraternity 

Council, Social Committee. 

Tracy Carl Miller Cherry Hill, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Outing Club. 

Michael Wilson Mills Doylestown, PA; Accounting; Zeta Psi, 

Historian. 

Leslie Charles Minnich, Jr. York, PA; Electrical Engineering; 

Beta Theta Pi, Secretary; Greek Week Committee, Group 

Chairman. 

Kelly Lynn Mitchell Westwood, NJ; Accounting; Alpha 

Omicron Pi, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Treasurer; Beta Alpha 

Psi, National Secretary; Beta Gamma Sigma; Junior Class 

Secretary; Panhel Rush Counselor. 

Michael Marsh Mitlehner Cheshire, CT; Industrial 

Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Pi Mu; Swim Team, 

Co-Captain. 

Ardavan Mobasheri Tehran, Iran; Industrial Engineering; 

Chess Club; Investment Club; Institute of Industrial 

Engineers. 

Mohd Kamal Arifin Mohd Jan Kelang, Selangor, Malaysia; 

Industrial Engineering/Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Institute of Industrial 

Engineers; Muslim Student Association. 

Hillary Dawn Mohel Spring Valley, NY; Accounting. 

Anthony John Monticello Somerville, NJ; Civil Engineering; 

Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice President, House Manager. 

Allison Moody Darien, CT; Social Relations; Gamma Phi 

Beta; Swim Team; Orchestra. 

Peter Stuart Moore Woodbridge, CT; Environmental Science 

and Resource Management; Ultimate Frisbee, Co-Captain; 

Progressive Student Alliance, Co-Chairman; WLVR Campus 

Radio Station; Committee for Environmental Awareness, 

Founder, Chairman. 

Patrick Thomas Morningred Newport, PA; Electrical 

Engineering; Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer. 

Susan Florence Morrow Bethlehem, PA; International 

Business. 

Christopher Adam Moss Tenafly, NJ; Biology; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Sigma Tau Delta. 

Drew Moss Morris Plains, NJ; Finance; Pi Lambda Phi, 

Scholarship Chairman; Jazz Coalition; Investment Club. 



Seniors 359 







Katherine L. O'Connor Jeffrey S. Odenwald 



360 



I 

Mullen - Olson 




Frederick M. Olchowski 



Steven E. Olsen 



Erik L. Olson 



Theresa Elizabeth Mullen Staten Island, NY; Biology/Psy- 
chology; Living Group: Taylor Residential College, Intra- 
mural Manager; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Delta Zeta; University Disciplinary Committee; 
Intramurals. 

Carl I. Murray Melville, NY; Economics; Kappa Sigma, 
Grand Master of Ceremonies. 

Joseph Charles Nadeau Keene, NH; Civil Engineering; Tau 
Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; American Society of Civil 
Engineers; Martindale Scholar. 

Irene Napierski Montville, NJ; Finance; Alpha Phi, Chapter 
Promotions, Steward; Big/Little Sister Program; Investment 
Club; Ski Club. 

Susanna Margaret Nargi Roseland, NJ; Computer Science; 
Visiting Lecturers Committee; Chi Delphia. 
Julie Lynn Nasteff Syracuse, NY; Marketing; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Todd William Nebraska Burlington, CT; Architecture; Sigma 
Chi; Rugby. 

Stacey Lee Neidermyer Lititz, PA; Chemical Engineering; Chi 
Delphia; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Gary Michael Nelson Catasauqua, PA; Computer Engineer- 
ing; Delta Upsilon; Football. 

Scott Thomas Nestler Harrisburg, PA; Civil Engineering; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Scabbard and Blade; Army 
ROTC; Society of American Military Engineers; American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 

Ian Scot Netupsky Huntington, NY; Finance; Zeta Psi. 
Annette Moira Neumann Mount Kisco, NY; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Kapp.a Alpha Theta, Social Chairperson, Steward; 
Institute of Industrial Engineers; Forum; Lehigh University 
Volunteers; Society of Women Engineers. 
Kevin Michael Newell Fanwood, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Phi, Intramural Manager. 

Eric Donald Nickerson Andover, Ma; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Cycling Club. 

Dorothy Lynne Nield Auburn, ME; Electrical Engineering; 
Marching Band; Concert Band; Varsity Band. 
Lars Theurer Novak South Orange, NJ; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Phi Delta Theta, President, Vice President, Steward; In- 
stitute of Industrial Engineers; Investment Club. 
Julie Ann Nustad Winsted, CT; Urban Studies. 
Jennifer Ann O'Brien Murray Hill, NJ; International Rela- 
tions; Powder Puff Football; Brown and White; International 
Relations Club. 

Mary Margaret Obropta Bedford, NJ; English; Sigma Tau 
Delta. 

Geoffrey Tyson O'Connell Franklin Lakes, NJ; Industrial 
Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta, Vice President, Social 
Chairman. 

Deborah Susan O'Connor Trumbull, CT; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Faculty 
Council; Society of Women Engineers. 
Katherine Lauren O'Connor Williamsburg, VA; Internation- 
al Relations; Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Iota Rho; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers; International Relations Club; Investment 
Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Jeffrey Scott Odenwald Oakland, NJ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Student Faculty 
Council; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Frederick Mark Olchowski Madison, CT; Engineering Phys- 
ics; Living Group: Trembley Park; Photography Club; Society 
of Physics Students; Tae Kwon Do Club. 
Steven Eric Olsen Shippensburg, PA; Computer Science; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Swimming Team. 
Erik Lars Olson Morris.ville, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Sigma Chi, House Manager, Fundraiser; Water Polo. Presi- 
dent, Captain. 



Seniors 361 




Arthur S. Pearce 



Jessie E. Peck 



Bradley D. Pedrow David M. Peison Karin A. Peklak 



362 



I 

Olson - Peterson 




Mark Bcllo Olson Burke, VA; Industrial Engineering; Sigma 
Chi, House Manager, Rush Chairman; Rugby Club, Presi- 
dent; Squash Club. 

Glenn Alan Oratz Irvington, NY; Finance; Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Social Chairman; Student Activities Council; WLVR Campus 
Radio Station; Brown and White; Marketing Club; Invest- 
ment Club; Club 31, Pub Advisory Board. 
Dorothy Anne Orlando Old Lyme, CT; Accounting; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Panhel Delegate, Membership Education. 
Antony Ribon Outhwaite Houston, TX; Computer Engineer- 
ing; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 
Brett Stephen Paddock Mendham, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
Chi Psi; Football. 

Mary Helen Pagnotta Rockville Centre, NY; American Stud- 
ies; Gryphon Society; Brown and White; WLVR Campus 
Radio Station; Big/Little Sister. 

James Douglas Painter Whitehall, PA; Accounting; Beta Al- 
pha Psi. 

Michelle Maria Panick Silver Spring, MD; Finance; Delta 
Gamma, Social Chairperson, Vice President; Solicitians 
Chairperson; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 
Alexander Stephen Panos Westport, MA; Materials Science; 
Student Materials Society, President; Gryphon Society; Soci- 
ety of Automotive Engineers; Economics Society; Residence 
Hall Council. 

Jeffrey Michael Parker Turnersville, NJ; Computer Engi- 
neering; Delta Chi, Sergeant at Arms, Pledge Educator. 
Kathleen Anne Parker Califon, NJ; Marketing; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, President, Fraternity Educator; Mustard and Cheese 
Drama Society; Intramurals. 
Averil Sue Paskow West Orange, NJ; English. 
Samuel Stuart Pasquale Basking Ridge, NJ; Finance/Econo- 
mics; Phi Kappa Theta; Swimming Team. 
Devang Chandu Patel Fanwood, NJ; Molecular Biology. 
Nimesh Raojibhai Patel East Brunswick, NJ; Biology; Asian 
Indian Club; Lehigh Hotline. 

Anagha S. Pathak West Chester, PA; Pre-Dental Science. 
Michele Elizabeth Pavis Bethlehem, PA; Materials Science 
Engineering; Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; Materials 
Science Society; Neuman Council. 

Peter Pawlenko Edison, NJ; International Careers; Chi Psi, 
Assistant Treasurer; Football; Marketing Club; Russian Club. 
Arthur Stephen Pearce Westfield, NJ; Accounting; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Treasurer; Gryphon Society; Brown and White. 
Jessie Elizabeth Peck Lafayette, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Ski Team, President; Marketing Club. 
Bradley Donald Pedrow East Petersburg, PA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Beta Theta Pi, Pledge President; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu. 

David Myron Peison Watchung, NJ; International Relations; 
Theta Chi, Social Chairman, Rush Coordinator. 
Karin Ann Peklak Telford, PA; Electrical Engineering; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Varsity Rifle Team; Equestrian 
Club; Dimension Indoor Guard; Alpha Phi Omega; March- 
ing 97. 

Kevin Rine Perry Potomac, MD; Electrical Engineering; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Concessions Manager; Rugby Club; Interfrater- 
nity Council, Vice President; Gryphon Society. 
Joshua Syl Petersohn Lafayette Hill, PA; International Rela- 
tions; Sigma Chi, Rush Chairman; Ice Hockey; Squash. 
Lisa Ann Peterson Mohnton, PA; Electrical Engineering; Liv- 
ing Group: German House, Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; String Ensemble; Woodwind Ensemble; 
Orchestra; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; 
Compus Ministry. 



Kevin R. Perry 



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Petren - Read 




Kenneth D. Ratzman Jason A. Ravanzo 



Valerie Irene Petren Clark, NJ; Psychology; Democrats Club; 
Nuclear Awareness; Women Involved in Student Education; 
Spanish Club. 

Richard Martin Petrino Cedar Grove, NJ; Accounting; Kappi 
Sigma, Vice President, Pledge Master; Ski Club, President. 
William Raymond Pezzuti Fair Law, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Beta Theta Pi, Vice President. 

Stephanie Anne Philips Stamford, CT; Government; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Senior Panhellenic Officer; Sigma Iota Rho; 
Panhellenic Council, First Vice President; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Big Brother/Big Sister. 

Amy Marie Pickard Archbald, PA; Marketing; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Varsity Swimming; Marketing Club. 
James Christopher Pioppi New Milford, NJ; Finance; Theta 
Chi. 

Nicholas Poulos Pitsilos Bethlehem, PA; Finance; Living 
Group: Taylor Residential College; Twilight. 
Suzanne Marie Polcyn Newtown, CT, Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Kappa Alpha Theta, Steward, Courtesy Secretary; Forum; 
Intramurals. 

Jeffrey Scott Pollack Springfield, NJ; Finance; Delta Tau 
Delta, Vice President, Pledge Educator, Guide; WLVR Cam- 
pus Radio Station. 

Jeffrey Nathan Poor Andover, MA; Finance/Management; 
Delta Tau Delta, Steward; Varsity Golf, Captain. 
Christopher Steven Porrino Englewood Cliffs, NJ; Behavior- 
al and Neural Biology; Theta Xi, Social Chairman; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Psi Chi; Forum; Marketing Club; Hockey Club. 
Justin Darin Porter Rye, NY; International Business/Inter- 
national Relations; Sigma Chi, Alumni Relations Officer, 
Vice President, House Manager; Varsity Football; Boxing 
Club. 

Celeste Anne Primiani Massapequa, NY; Accounting; Living 
Group; Trembley Park; Alpha Chi Omega; Brown and White; 
Marketing Club. 

Anthony Charles Provident! Port Washington, NY; Ac- 
counting; Theta XI, Scholarship Chairman, Rush Chairman; 
Investment Club; Floor Hockey Club. 

Nancy Beth Prunier Summit, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Marketing Club; Women Involved in Student 
Education. 

Jonathan Bradley Radin West Orange, NJ; English; Phi Del- 
ta Theta, Social Chairman; Sigma Tau Delta; Tennis; Young 
Humanists. 

Deirdre Ann Rafferty Saddle Brook, NJ; English; Delta Zeta, 
President; Gryphon Society, Treasurer; Pre-Law Society. 
Judith Lynn Raines Westport, CT; English; Living Group: 
Richards House; Sigma Tau Delta, English Club; Psi Chi; 
Cross Country; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Resi- 
dence Halls Council; Alpha Chi Omega. 
Elizabeth Randolph Ramee New Milford, CT; English. 
Leslie Bancroft Ramee New Milford, CT; Psychology; Alpha 
Phi. 

Christopher David Ramey Chagrin Falls, OH; Electrical En- 
gineering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Public Relations and Academic 
Chairman; National Merit Scholar; WLVR Campus Radio 
Station; Listening Line; Interfraterniry Council, Academic 
Committee. 

Mark David Rapposelli Lafayette Hill, PA; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Gryphon Society; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers, Treasurer. 

Dani Allison Rasmus Lawrence, NY; International Business; 
Alpha Phi; Public Relations Student Society of America; 
Brown and White. 

Kenneth David Ratzman Belvidere, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice 
Chairman; Residence Halls Council. 

Jason Alib Ravanzo Washington, NJ; Biology; Boxing Club; 
Tae Kwon Do Club. 

Charles Carlton Read, IV Haddonfield, NJ; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Richards House: Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Amateur Radio Club, Vice President; Pep Band; 
Concert Band; Marching 97. 



Seniors 365 




Christopher R. Roeder 



Marcus W. Rogg 



Andrea E. Romantini 



Donna S. Rooney 



David L. Rose 



366 



Reeder - Rosenshein 




Alison Elizabeth Reeder Bridgewater, NJ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Dimension Color Guard, 
Treasurer; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Wom- 
en Involved in Student Education. 

Josh David Reeder Cornwall, PA; English; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Amaranth. 

Gregg Benjamin Reich Harrisburg, PA; English; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Pledge Educator; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges; Forum; Senate. 
Charles Hugh Reichenbach Upper St. Clair, PA; Mechanical 
Engineering; Phi Gamma Delta, Historian, House Manager. 
Kimberly S. Reilly Mountain Lakes, NJ; Finance; Delta Gam- 
ma, Vice President Chapter Programming, Vice President 
Rush Chairperson; Marketing Club; Peer Counseling. 
Matthew Edward Reilly West Seneca, NY; Accounting; Sig- 
ma Nu, Recording Secretary, Steward. 

Steven Matthew Reinsel Allison Park, PA, International Re- 
lations/Philosophy; Phi Kappa Theta, Steward; Sigma Iota 
Rho; Order of Omega; Philosophy Club; Parliamentary 
Debate. 

Lisa Deborah Reiter Princeton, NJ; International Relations. 
Robert Erwin Reu Warren, NJ; Electrical Engineering. 
Susan Hill Reynolds Boca Raton, FL; Foreign Careers; Alpha 
Phi, Chaplain, Internal Social. 

Joseph Patrick Ricca Leonardo, NJ; International Business; 
Alpha Chi Rho, Pledgemaster; Marketing Club; Boxing Club- 
Ski Club. 

Laura Allison Riccio Lutherville, MD; Economics; Gryphon 
Society; Residence Halls Council, Hall President; Judicial Re- 
view Board; Marketing Club. 

Tracy Lee Rice Hellertown, PA; Economics/International Ca- 
reers; Alpha Omicron Pi, President, Pledge Educator; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

Matthew Scott Riddell Davie, FL; Industrial Engineering; 
Alpha Sigma Phi, President; Football; Rugby. 
Edward James Rielly Berkeley Heights, NJ, Computer 
Science. 

Bryant Richard Riley Newport Beach, CA; Finance; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Treasurer, President. 

Michael Tizon Roca Tinton Falls, NJ; Computer Science; 
Living Group: Taylor College; Phi Eta Sigma; Chess Club; 
Fencing Club. 

Alexandria Brooke Rockefeller Pittsford, NY; Economics/ 
Finance; Alpha Omicron Pi; Swimming. 
Christopher Robert Roeder Hawthorne, NJ; Accounting; Chi 
Phi, Rush Chairman; Progressive Student Alliance; National 
Association of Accountants. 

Marcus William Rogg New Milford, CT; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Kappa Alpha, President, House Manager. 
Andrea Elizabeth Romantini East Hills, NY; Management; 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secretary; Gryphon Society; 
Women Involved in Student Education; Student Assistance 
Counselor; Theta Chi Little Sister. 

Donna Susan Rooney Huntington, CT; Social Relations; Psi 
Upsilon Little Sister; Club 31, Production Manager. 
David Leonard Rose Naples, FL, Industrial Engineering; The- 
ta Chi, Secretary. 

Caren Sheryl Rosenberg Woodbury, NJ; Psychology; March- 
ing 97; Concert Band. 

Nadine Sharon Rosenberg Westport, CT; Economics. 
Faith Susan Rosenshein East Hartford, CT; Science Writing; 
American Chemical Society, Secretary; Hillel Society, Second 
Vice President; Alpha Phi Omega. 



Caren S. Rosenberg 



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368 



Rosenthal - Schell 




Brandy J. Ruth 



Jeffrey A. Rutledge Mark H. Sakowitz 




John A. Schabhutl 



Andrew T. Schechter 



Jodi J. Schell 



Richard Joseph Rosenthal Coopersburg, PA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Chi Psi. 

Richard Michael Rosier North Caldwell, NJ; Government; 
Theta Chi, Scholarship Chairman; Class President; Visiting 
Lecturer's Committee; Brown and White. 
Kimberly Margaret Rothen Waterford, CT; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers. 

Eric Michael Rothenberg New York, NY; Marketing; Delta 
Chi, Treasurer, Intramural Manager; Brown and White, Edi- 
tor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, News Editor. 
Mark Howard Rothenberg Wayne, NJ; Accounting; Sigma 
Phi, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Interfraternity Council, Rush Committee. 
Holly L. Rowland Delray Beach, FL; Biology/ Economics. 
William Francis Rowley, III Winchester, MA; Economics; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Scholarship Chairman; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Gary Raymond Roy Flanders, NJ; Chemical Engineering; Psi 
Upsilon, President, House Manager, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

H. Jonathan Rubinstein Springfield, NJ; Finance; Forum; 
Pre-Law Society; Investment Club; Finance Club. 
David Ruggiero Hingham, MA; Industrial Engineering; Del- 
ta Phi, Rush Chairman, Peer Counselor; Outstanding College 
Students of America; Academic All American; American In- 
stitute of Industrial Engineers, Treasurer. 
Reese Harold Rupert Port Carbon, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of 
American Military Engineers. 

Andrew William Rupprecht Maplewood, NJ; Industrial En- 
gineering; Phi Delta Theta; Stabler Arena, Stage Crew; Ski 
-Club. 

Andrea Lynn Russo Fanwood, NJ; Architecture; Delta Gam- 
ma; Gryphon Society; American Institute of Architecture Stu- 
dents, Secretary. 

Brandy Jean Ruth Telford, PA; Industrial Engineering; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta. 

Jeffrey Alfred Rutledge Scotch Plains, NJ; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Zeta Psi, Steward. 

Mark H. Sakowitz New York, NY; Marketing-,, Women's 
Softball Team, Manager. 

Laura Mary Salerno Rye, NY; Biology; Listening Line; Stu- 
dent Activities Council. 

Halim Usama Salfiti Amman, Jordan; Marketing; Sigma Chi, 
President, Annotator; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Philoso- 
phy Club. 

William Rider Sanders, Jr. New York, NY; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Drinker House; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers; Association of the United States Army, 
Color Guard. 

Tracy Lynn Sandford Ridgewood, NJ; Marketing; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Marketing Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Lehigh 
Big Sister; Investment Club. 

Kari Susan Saylor Mountain Lakes, NJ; International Car- 
eers/French; Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain; Beta Theta Pi 
Little Sister. 

Lara Dee Scalsas New Canaan, CT; Journalism; Alpha Phi; 
Dean's List; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Publicity Staff; Pan- 
hellenic Social Committee; Olympian, Features Writer; 
Brown and White, Features Writer; Lehigh Week, Features 
Writer. 

Christen Marie Scanlon Pittsburgh, PA; Biology; Women's 
Soccer Club, President. 

John Andrew Schabhutl Glen Head, NY; Accounting; Beta 
Alpha Psi. 

Andrew T. Schechter Paramus, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pledgemaster, Rush Committee, Intramu- 
ral Manager; Interfraternity Council Representative; Institute 
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Jazz Coalition; Outing 
Club. 

Jodi Jeannette Schell Camp Hill, PA; Marketing; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Panhellenic Council, Treasurer, Delegate; 
Track and Field, Captain; Soccer Club; Lambda Chi Alpha 
Crescents; Fraternity Management Association. 



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Jill E. Seibert 



Gregory S. Seidel 



Christopher J. Senft 



Bruce M. Serchuk 



Michael J. Seventko 



370 



I 

Scherer - Shaffer 




Nancy Elizabeth Scherer Mr. Vernon, NY; Social Relations; 
Phi Kappa Theta Little Sister; Brown and White. 
Cynthia Ann Schick Metairie, LA; Government; Living 
Group: German House, Vice President, Secretary; Tau Epsi- 
lon Phi Little Sister; Young College Republicans. 
Philip Adam Schild Old Bridge, NJ; Psychology; Pi Lambda 
Phi, Steward, Athletic Manager; Psi Chi; Jazz Coalition. 
Lori Anne Schimanski Delmar, NY; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Stevens House; Tau Beta Pi. 
Peter Carl Schmidt Stamford, CT; Mechanical Engineering; 
Zeta Xi, House Manager, President; Pi Tau Sigma. 
Peter C. Schnarr East Meadow, NY; Civil Engineering; Chi 
Phi, Vice President, Social Chairman; American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

Gregory R. Schneider Devon, PA, Mechanical Engineering; 
Kappa Alpha, Vice President; Tau Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Jack Steven Schneider Matawan, NJ; Accounting; Delta Tau 
Delta, Sergeant at Arms; Tae Kwon Do Club, President, In- 
structor; Epitome, Photographer; Pre-Law Society; Intramural 
Boxing. 

Stephen Arthur Schneider Hershey, PA; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park. 

Wendy Lynn Schneider Montclair, NJ; Civil Engineering; 
Softball; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of 
Women Engineers. 

George E. Schott Yardley, PA; Psychology; Chi Psi, Social 
Chairman; Football; Marketing Club; Intramural Sports. 
Andrew Jay Schragger Trenton, NJ; Economics; Zeta Psi, 
Sergeant-At-Arms; Twilight, Entertainment Committee; Eco- 
nomics Society. 

Kevin Scott Schweitzer Trumbull, CT; Accounting/Finance; 
Living Group: Srodhead, Hall President, Treasurer, Executive 
Board; Beta Alpha Psi; Omicron Delta Kappa. 
Alyson Marie Schwer Pine Grove, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Air Force ROTC; Marching 
Band; Varsity Band; Institute of Electrical and Electronics 
Engineers. 

David Rees Scott, III Kennett Square, PA; Computer Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Richards House; Eta Kappa Nu; Le- 
high Christian Fellowship. 

Jill Elisabeth Seebergh Linden, NJ, Chemical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Choral Union; American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers. 

Jeffrey Lee Seeburger Radnor, PA; Behavioral and Neural 
Biology; Phi Kappa Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi Chi; Crew 
Team; Allied Health Professions Society. 
Jorge Ignalio Segovia Bogota, Colombia; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Living Group: Taylor Residential College, Social Chair- 
man; Forum, Co-chairman; Gryphon Society; Dining Com- 
mittee; Squash Club. 

Jill Elizabeth Seibert Flemington, NJ; Finance; Varsity Track; 
Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister. 

Gregory Stephen Seidel Altamonte Springs, FL; Civil 
Engineering. 

Christopher Joseph Senft New Providence, NJ; Electrical En- 
gineering; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Marketing Club; 
Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Bruce Mead Serchuk Waccabuc, NY; Accounting; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Martindale Center Student Associate; Economics Society; 
Investment Club; Society of Automotive Engineers. 
Michael Joseph Seventko Lancaster, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Delta Tau Delta; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

Dean M. Sever Atlanta, GA; Journalism; Delta Chi, Intramu- 
ral Sports Manager; WLVR Campus Radio Station, Sports 
Director; Brown and White, Sports Editor. 
Richard Wagner Shaffer, Jr. Allentown, PA; Philosophy; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, House'Manager; Rugby; Sigma Lambda. 
Sandra Jeanette Shaffer Bethlehem, PA; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Phi Eta Sigma; Lehigh Univer- 
sity Very Modern Ensemble; Jazz Coalition; Institute of In- 
dustrial Engineers. 



Dean M. Sever 



Richard W. Shaffer, Jr 



Seniors 371 




Nadine A. Skelly 



372 



Shane - Smith 




Stacey M. Slabik 



Francis H. Slattery, IV 



Diana L. Smith 



Andrew Edward Shane Baldwin, NY; Journalism; Brown and 
White, Layout Editor; Public Relations Student Society of 
America, Treasurer. 

Colleen Ann Shannon Yardley, PA; Government; Gamma 
Phi Beta, Vice President. 

Julie Anne Shapiro Livingston, NJ; Economics/ Foreign 
Careers. 

Theodora Mary Shaughnessy Benton, PA; Marketing; Living 
Group: Drinker House; Equestrian Club, Vice President; 
Marketing Club. 

Anne Mary Shaw Middletown, NJ; Finance; Big/Little Sister 
Program. 

Patrick Sean Sheehy Elgin, IL; Mechanical Engineering; Al- 
pha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman, House Manager, Steward; 
Wrestling. 

Andrew Lightner Sheffield Hopewell, NJ; Finance/Manage- 
ment; Delta Tau Delta, Director of Academic Affairs, Cam- 
pus and Community Service Chairman; Dean's List; Finance 
Club; Marketing Club; Student Government Elections Com- 
mittee, Co-Chairman. 

Mary Katherine Sheridan Bethlehem, PA; Government/Ur- 
ban Studies. 

James Joseph Sherma Bethlehem, PA; 

Economics/Philosophy. 

Richard James Sherman, Jr. Conshohocken, PA; Internation- 
al Careers/International Relations; Living Group: Trembley 
Park; Dean's List; Baseball; Spanish Club. 
Ernest Randall Christopher Shimer Sparks, MD; Mechanical 
Engineering; Living Group: Trembley Park; American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical Engineers. 

Gregory Hyokyun Shin Sewell, NJ; Computer Engineering; 
Living Group: French House; Lehigh Orchestra Ensemble. 
Eric B. Showers Larchmont, NY; International Careers; Theta 
Xi; Varsity Hockey; Hockey Club; Interfraternity Council, 
Rush Committee. 

Charles Irwin Shultis West Chester, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Theta Chi, Judicial Chairman, Assistant Steward; 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Julie E. Shumofsky Fairfield, CT; Marketing; Living Group: 
Brodhead House; Residence Halls Council, Council Presi- 
dent, House President; Brown and White, Layout Editor. 
Debra Lee Sickler Brooklyn, NY; Industrial Engineering; In- 
dustrial Engineering Council; Society of Women Engineers; 
Kappa Alpha Theta Big Sister. 

Howard Lance Siegel Morganville, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Beta Gamma Sigma, Vice President; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Eta Sigma, Vice President; Investment 
Club; Hillel Society. 

Steven Jonathan Siegel Rye, NY; Marketing; Theta Xi, Song 
Chairman; Varsity Tennis; Marketing Club. 
Brian Steven Silver Hazlet, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Delta 
Phi, Guest Chairman; Institute of Industrial Engineers; 
Track; Hillel Society. 

Todd Christopher Simmons Belfast, PA; International Rela- 
tions; Living Group: Taylor College; Mustard and Cheese 
Drama Society; I.C.A.R.E. 

Paul Richard Siragusa Baldwin, NY; Finance; Psi Upsilon, 
Treasurer, Steward, Social Chairman. 

Nadine Ann Skelly Westwood, NJ; Finance; Alpha Omicron 
Pi, Steward, Chapter Relations Committee. 
John Ted Skolnick Philadelphia, PA; Computer Engineering; 
Eta Kappa Nu. 

Stacey Michele Slabik Reading, PA, Materials Science and 
Engineering; Alpha Gamma Delta, Standards Chairperson; 
Gymnastics Club; Dance Club; Engineering Expo Committee. 
Francis H. Slattery, IV Cherry Hill, NJ; Accounting; Beta 
Alpha Psi, Treasurer; Beta Gamma Sigma, Secretary. 
Diana Lynne Smith Bethlehem, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Secretary, Vice 
President; Society of Women Engineers. 



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Deborah S. Stewart 



Smith - Stroup 




Barry F. Steinman James S. Stenersen, III Nancy L. Stevenson 




Glenn W. Strausser Chrysanthos J. Strongylos 



Peter G. Stroup 



Peter G. Smith Broomall, PA; Marketing; Marketing Club; 
Street Hockey Club. 

Sondra Marie Smith Elkton, MD; Industrial Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park, Hall President; Institute of 
Industrial Engineers. 

Tina Marie Smith Perryville, MD; Industrial Engineering; 
Alpha Pi Mu; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 
Robert Joseph Smithers, Jr. Princeton Junction, NJ; Electrical 
Engineering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Chancellor, House Manager; 
Distinguished Military Student; Association of the United 
States Army, President; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers; Lehigh Rangers. 

Eric Lynn Snyder Shoemakersville, PA; Industrial Engineer- 
ing; Beta Theta Pi, House Manager, Treasurer; Treasurer's 
Council; Interfraternity Council, Housing Committee; Insti- 
tute of Industrial Engineers. 

Jill Elizabeth Solomon White Plains, NY; Social Relations. 
Sarah Elizabeth Soule Andover, MA; International Careers; 
Gryphon Society. 

Eugene Reilly Souther Oyster Bay, NY; English; Sigma Chi, 
Assistant Social Rush Chairman, Steward, Interfraternity 
Council Representative, Chapter Editor; Squash Club; Fast 
Break Club; Newman Society; Progressive Student Alliance. 
Allison Spatz Livingston, NJ; Biology; Delta Gamma, Vice - 
President Scholarship, Peer Counselor, Junior Panhellenic 
Representative, Formal Chairperson; Dean's List; Allied 
Health Professions Society; Biology Club; Student Activities 
Council. 

Michael Jonathan Staiti Barre, MA; Accounting; Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi, Treasurer; Reserved Officers Training Corp.; Gryph- 
on Society; Junior Basketball. 

Anna Marie Stamatelatos Oakland, NJ; International Rela- 
tions; International Relations Club. 

Joseph Douglas Staudenmayer Fairport, NY; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Delta Tau Delta, Vice President; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

John Darrah Stauss Fairfield, CT; Civil Engineering; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, House Manager, Scholarship Chairman; Intra- 
murals Manager. 

Laurie Ellen Steam East Brunswick, NJ; Finance; Delta Gam- 
ma, Activities, Historian, Assistant Steward. 
Barry Bruce Steele Milford, PA; Electrical Engineering; Tau 
Beta Pi. 

Barry F. Steinman Old Bethpage, NY; Finance; Theta Delta 
Chi, Executive Committee; Investment Club; Intramurals. 
James Stone Stenersen, HI Greensboro, NC; Finance; Phi 
Delta Theta, Vice President, Social Chairman, Scholarship 
Chairman; Investment Club; Crew Club; Model United 
Nationals. 

Nancy Lynne Stevenson Southington, CT; International Re- 
lations; Living Group: International House; International Re- 
lations Club; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 
Deborah Sue Stewart Oradell, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, Secretary; Dimension Color 
Guard; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Universi- 
ty Choir. 

Craig William Stires Somerville, NJ; Civil Engineering; Zeta 
Psi, Secretary, President; American Society of Civil 
Engineers. 

Gerard Craig Stocker, Jr. Basking Ridge, NJ; Finance; Kappa 
Alpha, President, Steward; Marketing Club; Investment 
Club. 

Irene Stojko Montville, NJ; Finance; Chi Delphia, Treasurer; 
Investment Club; New Student Orientation. 
Amanda Jane Stone Mountain Lakes, NJ; Marketing; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Assistant Treasurer; Dean's List; Marketing 
Club; Spanish Club. 

Glenn William Strausser Bloomsburg, PA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Taylor College; Dean's List; Out- 
standing College Students of America; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Varsity Band; Marching Band; Freshman Orientation Plan- 
ning Committee; Tae Kwon Do Club; Institute of Electronics 
and Electrical Engineers; Twilight. 

Chrysanthos J. Strongylos Nicosia, Cyprus; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Club 31 Planning Committee; Twilight; Orientation 
Staff; Formal Dance Committee; Panhellenic Society; Interna- 
tional Club. 
Peter G. Stroup Hatfield, PA; Electrical Engineering. 



Seniors 375 




Kevin M. Tormey 



Steven D. Toteda 



376 



Stroup - Trinh 




Laura B. Totten 



Stephen Gerard Stroup Penfield Downs, PA; Finance; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Greek Week 
Chairman, Sergeant at Arms; Track and Field; Investment 
Club; Outing Club; Young College Republicans. 
William Roy Stuart Livingston, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Group: Brodhead House; Beta Alpha Psi; Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; Martindalc Associate; Asian Students Association; WLVR 
Campus Radio Station; Debate Team; Cultural Affairs 
Committee. 

Mark Upadhyayula Subba Rao Mendham, NJ; Engineering 
Physics; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Society of Physics Stu- 
dents, Secretary, Treasurer; Men's Volleyball. 
Kimberly A. Sullivan Princeton, NJ; English; Softball; Col- 
lege Democrats. 

Edmund Chester Sulzman Marstons Mills, MA; Internation- 
al Relations; Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chairman, Vice Presi- 
dent; Young Humanists, 

Catherine Mary Suswal Metuchen, NJ; Accounting; Living 
Group: Trembley Park; Beta Theta Pi Little Sister. 
Steven Christopher Svekis Boca Raton, FL; Journalism; Delta 
Upsilon, Intramural Manager, House Manager; Brown and 
White, Assistant Sports Editor, Sports Editor, Editorial Page 
Editor. 

Violetta Talandis Ithaca, NY; Classical Civilization; Living 
Group: German House; Women's Alliance; Progressive Stu- 
dent Alliance; Intramurals; Forum; Epitome; Brown and 
White. 

Andrew Mark Talkow Short Hills, NJ; Finance; Marketing 
Club. 

Josephine Siao Tan New York, NY; Chemistry; American 
Chemical Society; East Asia Club; International Relations 
Club. 

Lisa Jill Tarnofsky Edison, NJ; Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Beta Gamma Sigma. 

Margaret Mary Taulane Huntingdon Valley, PA; Econo- 
mics/Psychology; Living Group: Brodhead House; Gryphon 
Society; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. 
Wade Hampton Taylor, IV Alexandria, VA; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Taylor Residential College; Tau Beta 
Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Twilight Entertainment Committee; Intra- 
mural Tennis, Ping Pong; Lehigh University Very Modern 
Ensemble. 

Diana Kathryn Telling Westfield, NJ; Economics/Interna- 
tional Business; Gamma Phi Beta, Panhellenic Officer; Eco- 
nomics Society; Women's Soccer Team; Marketing Club; Ski 
Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Daniel Alexander Terrell Smithtown, NY; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Sigma Nu, House Manager. 

Kirk Barry Teutschbein Youngstown, OH; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Theta, Pledgemaster, Sergeant at Arms; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta; Fast Break Club; Philosophy 
Club. 

Edward Martin Thai, Jr. South Dartmouth, MA; Econom- 
ics/Industrial Engineering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Bursar, Pledge- 
master; Lehigh University Volunteers; Investment Club. 
Mimi Win Thein Hatfield, PA; Biology; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Freshman Orientation; Omicron Delta Kappa, Chairperson; 
Listening Line, President; Lehigh University String Ensem- 
ble; Asian Students Association, Public Relations. 
John Charles Thomas, Jr. Redding, CT; Marketing; Chi Psi, 
Steward, Alpha Editor; Football; Brown and White; WLVR 
Campus Radio Station; Marketing Club. 
Karl Ivan Thunberg Berkeley Heights, NJ; Accounting; Liv- 
ing Group: Taylor Residential College, Treasurer; Investment 
Club, Treasurer; Choral Union; Jazz Ensemble. 
Anthony Michael Tobia Bloomfield, NJ; Psychology/Bio- 
logy; Boxing. 

Kevin Matthew Tormey Newton, MA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Phi Sigma Kappa, President, Treasurer, Assistant Trea- 
surer; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Ice 
Hockey; Financial Management Association, Chairman; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Ice Hockey Club. 
Steven D. Toteda Centerport, NY; Electrical Engineering; Pi 
Lambda Phi, House Manager; Ski Club; Jazz Coalition; Sigma 
Lambda. 

Laura Barbara Totten Milford, CT; Foreign Careers/Interna- 
tional Business. 

Lorraine Marie Trezza East Norwich, NY; Marketing. 
Thanh Xuan Trinh Mertztown, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Outstanding College Students of America; Table Tennis; Soc- 
cer; Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers. 



Seniors 377 




Rebecca L. Visconti 



Andrew M. Vitella 



John G. Vlamis 



Lisa G. Vogelbaum 



Richard O. Vollmer 



378 



Troutman - Wall 







John B. Tuttle 



Jennifer Uman 



Janel K. Underkoffler 




Antonio G. Vallarino Vicente J. Vallarino Paul S. Van De Putte 




Marna J. Von Soosten Deirdre L. Vujevich 



Patricia A. Wall 



Philip Edwin Troutman Annville, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. ' 

Deborah Ann Tsai Waldwick, NJ; Finance/Law; Kappa Al- 
pha Theta, Vice President; Omicron Delta Kappa, President; 
Student Senate, President; Forum, Trustee Representative, 
Secretary, Treasurer; Big/Little Sister Program; New Student 
Orientation Staff. 

John Baldwin Tuttle Columbia, MD; Industrial Engineering; 
Sigma Chi. 

Jennifer Uman Potomac, MD; Industrial Engineering; Alpha 
Pi Mu; Annual Fund Student Phonothon, Coordinator; Stu- 
dent Tour Guide; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Jazz Co- 
alition; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Senior Class Planning 
Committee. 

Janet Kay Underkoffler Perkasie, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Academic All American; Varsity Lacrosse; American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engineers; Women Involved in Student 
Education; Society of Women Engineers; Powder-Puff 
Football. 

Renzo Martin Vaccari Lima, Peru; Industrial Engineering; 
Alpha Pi Mu. 

Lauren Vaccaro Staten Island, NY; Government; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers; Student Activities Council, Special 
Events; Progressive Student Alliance; Big/Little Sister Pro- 
gram; Powder-Puff Football. 

Antonio Gustavo Vallarino Guayaquil, Ecuador; Industrial 
Engineering. 

Vicente Jose Vallarino Guayaquil, Ecuador; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Tau Beta Pi. 

Paul Stewart Van De Putte Bethlehem, PA; Accounting. 
Carol Ann Van DerKarr Brockport, NY; Social Relations; 
Competitive Powerlifting; Progressive Student Alliance; Le- 
high University Volunteers; Listening Line; Beta Theta Pi 
Little Sister; Women's Health Conference. 
Kathryn Lynn Van Deusen Livingston, NJ; International 
Relations. 

Richard Anthony Van Meeteren Curacao, Netherlands An- 
tilles; Architecture. - j . 
Robert Keith Varano Mt. Carmel, PA; Economics; Delta Up- 
silon, President, Vice President, Secretary; Dean's List; Foot- 
ball; Brown and White. 

Josine Kim Veca Holmdel, NJ; Biology/Psychology; Wom- 
en's Health Conference, Co-Chairperson. 
David T. Veith Pelham, NY; Computer Engineering; Living 
Group: Warren Square, Intramural Captain; Theatre Depart- 
ment; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Intramurals. 
Grace Alice Vicchiolla Potomac, MD; Accounting; Progres- 
sive Student Alliance, Co-Chairperson. 

Clair Anjali Vichare Fairfield, CT; Industrial Engineering; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Gryphon Society. 

Rebecca Lynn Visconti Willow Grove, PA; Accounting; Liv- 
ing Group: Trembley Park; Student Activities Council; Beta 
Theta Pi Little Sister. 

Andrew Martin Vitella Yardley, PA; Marketing; Theta Delta 
Chi, Pledgemaster; Varsity Baseball; Marketing Club. 
John George Vlamis Stamford, CT; Psychology; Alpha Sigma 
Phi. 

Lisa Gail Vogelbaum Short Hills, NJ; Marketing; Business 
Hall of Fame, Chairperson; Marketing Club. 
Richard Ogden Vollmer Camp Hill, PA; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Trembley Park; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau 
Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Lehigh Christian Fellowship; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Marna Jean Von Soosten Englewood, NJ; International Ca- 
reers; Equestrian Club. 

Deirdre Lynn Vujevich Pittsburgh, PA; Journalism; Public 
Relations Student Society of America; Marketing Club; Twi- 
light; Equestrian Club; Brown and White, Desk Editor; Le- 
high University Volunteers. 

Patricia Ann Wall Bensalem, PA; Economics; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Gryphon Society; Intramurals; Outstanding College 
Students of America. 



Seniors 379 




Michael H. Walmer Elizabeth A. Warshauer John P. Wasicko 





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Ira M. Weinstein Hielke Welling 





Terry L. Williams Scott P. Willoughby 



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Walmer - Woleader 




Gregory H. Wilson 



Michael H. Walmer Mt. Joy, PA; Materials Science and Engi- 
neering; Student Materials Society. 

Elizabeth A. Warshauer West Long Branch, NJ; Finance; 
Alpha Phi; Dean's List; Cheerleading; Investment Club. 
John Paul Wasicko South New Berlin, NY; Marketing; Chi 
Phi, Steward, Historian. 

Kimberly Lynn Wastler Marblehead, MA; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Trembley Park. 
Kent Eby Weaver, Jr. Reading, PA; Biology; Delta Upsilon, 
Secretary; Football; Biology Club. 

Seth Leonard Weber Clark, NJ; Accounting; Sigma Chi, 
Pledge President, Assistant Treasurer. 

Keith Russell Webster Titusville, NJ; Biology; Delta Tau 
Delta, President, Guide; Peer Counseling; Biology Club; Tae 
Kwon Do Club. 

Andrew Mark Weinberg Westport, CT; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; String Ensemble. 

Ira Michael Weinstein Morganville, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Psi Upsilon, Recording Secretary; Institute of Electronics 
and Electrical Engineers; Hillel, Vice President. 
Hielke Welling Philadelphia, PA; Environmental Science and 
Resource Management; Tau Epsilon Phi, Pledgemaster, Vice 
Chancellor; Army ROTC, Ranger Commander; Rifle Team; 
Marathon Team. 

Kevin Scott Wenger Titusville, NJ; Chemical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Suzanne E. Wert Easton, PA; Biology/Science Writing; Sci- 
ence Scope, Editor; Brown and White; Allied Health Profes- 
sions Society; Biology Club; Outstanding College Students of 
America; Academic All American; Women Involved in Stu- 
dent Education; Big/Little Sister Program. 
Gregory Thomas West Madison, CT; Materials Science Engi- 
neering; Living Group: Taylor Residential College; Ski Club; 
Sailing Club. 

Thomas Edward Westdyk Oradell, NJ; Finance; Phi Kappa 
Theta, Steward; Interfraternity Council; Freshmen Orienta- 
tion Committee. 

Paul Keith Westerhoff Kinnelon, NJ; Civil Engineering; The- 
ta Chi, House Manager; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Ski Club. 

Anne Elizabeth Whitacre Storrs, CT; Psychology; Ski Club; 
College Democrats. 

Anne Howard White Cheltenham, PA; Biology; Residence 
Halls Council. 

David Scott Whitefield Harleysville, PA; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Kappa; Eta Kappa Nu; Air Force 
ROTC; Marching 97. 

Eric Nick Wilhelm Huntingdon Valley, PA; Finance; Alpha 
Chi Rho, Treasurer. 

Anne Marie Wilkins Meyersville, NJ; Finance/Management; 
Living Group: Taylor Residential College; Kappa Alpha The- 
ta, Head Marshall, Service Chairperson; Dean's List; Swim- 
ming; Gryphon Society, Treasurer. 

Julie E. Willard South Plainfield, NJ; Chemical Engineering; 
Living Group: Taylor Residential College; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Concert Band; Lehigh University Very Modern 
Ensemble; Choral Union; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. 

Terry Lee Williams Philadelphia, PA; Civil Engineering; 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Vice President; Football; Track; Black Stu- 
dent Union; National Society of Black Engineers; Peer 
Counselor. 

Scott Perry Willoughby East Rutherford, NJ; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Delta Tau Delta, Intramural Chairman; Tau Beta Pi; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Street Hockey Club; Young 
College Republicans; Forum. 

Gregory Hamilton Wilson Bryn Mawr, PA, Finance; Chi Psi, 
Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Historian; Lacrosse; Rug- 
by Club. 

Lisa Jill Wine Canton, MA; Foreign Careers/French; Psi Up- 
silon Little Sister; Lehigh University Volunteers; Women In- 
volved in Student Education; Women in Business. 
Craig Joseph Woleader Wappingers Falls, NY; Mechanical 
Engineering; Psi Upsilon, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, 
Public Relations; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; 
Frisbee Club; Golf Club. 



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Wolf - Zingle 




Joel C. Ziegler 



Susan C. Zimmerman 



Ralph D. Zingle 



Kathleen Elizabeth Wolf Bridgcwater, NJ; Finance; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Marketing Club; Investment Club; Finance 
Club; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Chi Phi Little 
Sister. 

Gregg Edward Wolfson Darien, CT; Social Relations; Delta 
Upsilon, Social Chairman, Pledge Educator; Football, 
Captain. 

Tony Lesser Wolk Scarsdale, NY; International Relations; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman; Interfrater- 
nity Council, Rush Chairman; Brown and White. 
Hope Elizabeth Worley Riverside, CT; English/Government; 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Membership Chairperson, House 
Manager. 

James Allan Yaich Frewsburg, NY; Computer Engineering; 
Living Group: Trembley Park; Student Senate; Forum; Resi- 
dence Halls Council. 

Lori Beth Yaverbaum Harrisburg, PA; Finance; Marketing 
Club, Publicity Chairperson; Finance Club; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign. 

Christine Ann Yeich League City, TX; Computer Science; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Scholarship Chairperson, Standards 
Chairperson; Phi Eta Sigma; Society of Women Engineers; 
Panhellenic Expansion Committee; Forum; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign; Women Involved in Student Education. 
Abby Jorden Young Port Chester, NY; English; Sigma Tau 
Delta; College Democrats; Lehigh Together. 
Barbara Ann Young Lancaster, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Crescent Correspondent; Diving Team; So- 
ciety of Women Eingeers, President, Vice President; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers, Treasurer; Ski Club. 
Todd M. Young Mt. Pocono, PA; Electrical Engineering; Del- 
ta Chi; Cheerleading; Air Force ROTC. 
Carrie Anne Zabroski Allentown, PA; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Alpha Gamma Delta; American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; Ski Club. 
Timothy Paul Zadzora Colorado Springs, CO; Mechanical 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Air Force ROTC; Gryphon Society, 
Selection Committee. 

Rodney C. Zee Thousand Oaks, CA; Finance; Alpha Sigma 
Phi. 

Joel Clark Ziegler Bethel, PA; Architecture; Living Group: 
Trembley Park; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 
Susan Gail Zimmerman St. Louis, MO; International Rela- 
tions; Delta Gamma, Vice President, Pledge Education; Geol- 
ogy Club; International Relations Club. 
Ralph David Zingle Moscow, PA; Engineering Physics; Liv- 
ing Group: Brodhead House; Society of Physics Students, 
President; Varsity Band; Freshman Orientation. 



Seniors 383 






Members Of The 
Class Of 1989 
Not Pictured 



Mdnizam Abh Rahman 
Sandra S. Adapon 
Shawn C. Ahmed 
Sot iris Alexandrou 
Christopher G Altschul 
Chet R. Anderson 
David B. Aronberg 
Alejandro M. Ball ester 
Robert J. Balser 
Richard E. Baum 
Maureen K. Behr 
Mark O. Bel fa nee 
Theresa A. Bender 
Wayne S. Berberian 
Eric B. Blecker 
Bruce A. Breder 
Stacie B. C a pi an 
David A. Carle 
Sean Challis 
Amy Charles 
James M. Chimenti 
Eleni I. Christou 
Kevin F. Ciocca 
Anthony V. Colesanti 
Margaret M. Corrigan 
Dorothy D. Cressler 
Kathleen A. Dagos ti no 
Jeremy P. Davis 
Marcos J. Defex 
Alicia J. Dichristina 
James E. Dodd 
Steven J. Duelfer 
Robert E. Epstein 
David R. Esposito 
Thomas T Evans 
Paul A. Fratto 
Stephen B. Fulton 
Stephen T. Caitten 
Angela L. Gel si 
Lisa M. Certsch 
Paul W. Gibney 
Austin A. Graham 
Elizabeth M. Hamilton 



James P. Hanlon 
Joanne E. Marcke 
Michael L. Hare 
Neil A. Harrison 
Richard S. Hauck 
James P. Heerin 
Kenneth Hoffman 
Clifton H. Hubbard 
David Hudak 
Paul H. Johnson 
Margaret A. Johnston 
Jamie A. Kamp 
David M. Kapusta 
Kilip M. Karani 
Thomas S. Keer 
Beta Kermamati 
Diana Kittredge 
Thomas B. Koch 
Jan D. Krafczek 
David A. Lawler 
Sang-Kyu Lee 
James W. Leiser 
Eric A. Leugers 
Jodi D. Lewin 
Mark O. Liner 
Andrew W. List 
John E. Lizana 
David R. Long 
Pamela Lott 
Michael S. Lowenberg 
Mitchel F. Ludwig 
David G Mandell 
Dawn B. Manicke 
Sara J. Marder 
Henry S. Marini 
Mark F. McGovern 
Howard J. Miller 
Abdul W. Mohammed 
Jonggu Moon 
Brian J. Moran 
Greg P. Neff 
Conrad B. Nelson 
Stephen H. Pearson 



Edward C Pitney 
Steven J. Pollard 
Edward Ramos 
Gerald B. Randall 
Kevin Reid 
David L. Ringle 
Nina R. Rosen 
John W. Ruane 
Everard J. Santamarina 
Sankalp Saxena 
Jacqueline C Schnepp 
John J. Schuler 
Judith M. Schuler 
Andrew W. Schwartz 
Louis S. Schwartz 
Darsit K. Shah 
Brenda L. Shoemaker 
Craig A. Simmermon 
David J. Smith 
William N Spofford 
Frank J. Staber 
Nicolaos J. Stylianou 
Thomas M. Sudol 
Rei Suzuki 
Eric S. Tesse 
Benjamin F. Tiley, Jr. 
Joseph S. Trapanese 
Stephen J. Vlasak, Jr. 
Daniel F. Vukovich 
Judy F. Wang 
Tony Y. Wang 
Jennifer P. Wentzien 
Andrew L. Wereley 
Wesley A. Wolffe 
William E. Wollaston 
Gregory M. Wyman 
Loo K Yeo 
Anne M. Young 
Arthur J. Zahradnik, Jr. 
Lori A. Zavada 
Hal S. Zemel 
Alain Zilkha 
Peter D. Zuraw 



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January Commencement 

Commencement Speaker: Donald M. Bolle 




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Commencement Speaker: Sanford N. McDonnell 




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Community 395 




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FRANK AND THERESA A. ALCAMO 

D.C. ALLEN 

MR. AND MRS. LOUIS F. ARCURI 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM S. ARONSON 

JOHN AND ELIZABETH ARSLANIAN 

TEDDI A. ASHBY 

RUSSELL BALUNIS 

'GEORGIA LOURAS BARTLETT 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BELZ 

DR. AND MRS. STEVEN BERNEY AND FAMILY 

ABE AND IREriE BERNSTEIN 

JUDY AND AL BIEBER 

MR. AND MRS. J. BINETTI 

MRS. FAULinE BLITZ 

MRS. SANDRA D. BOCHNIAK 

MR. AND MRS. EDWARD F. BROCZKOWSKI 

MR. AND MRS. C.J. BROWNE 

MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY BRUSCO 

JAMES AND MARGARET BUCKLEY 

MR. AND MRS. JOtin R. CARL 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT CARLE 

JOSE I. CARRO 

MR. AHD MRS. JOtin J. CARTY 

MR. AHD MRS. ROBERT CARUBA. JR. 

•MR. AHD MRS. G.L. CASHION 

JOSEPH AHD JO AH CESARIA 

CAROL CHANIN 

MR. AHD MRS. DAVID CHASIN 

GWYNETH CHILD 

BURNET J. CLARK 

MR. AHD MRS. PATRICK T. CONROY 

MR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH R. COVERT 

MR. AHD MRS. GUY O. DANIELS, JR. 

RICH AriD MARTY DAVIS 

MR. AHD MRS. RICHARD G. DESIPIO 

MR. AHD MRS. JAMES DEVERY 

VINCENT AHD ELSA DEAN DO/WELLY 

MR. AHD MRS. HANS C. DREHER 

MR. AHD MRS. RICHARD DUFFiriE 

JERALD M. EPSTEIN 

AL AHD GAYLE FANTUZZI 

MRS. JOHN R. FISCHER 

DORIS H. FITTON 

MR. AI1D MRS. E.L. FOLK 

BRUCE J. FREY 

MR. LIHO G. GALLO 



DR. AHD MRS. R. T. GANNON 

MR. AHD MRS. ALAN GAI"iS 

MR. AI1D MRS. REGIliA GARRETT 

MR. AHD MRS. WILLIAM H. GENTZLINGER 

SAM AND SANDRA GERSHEnFELD 

MARC AHD DOnriA GESUALDO 

R.M. GLADSTOHE 

ANNE AHD WILLIAM GLASER 

ROGER AHD JOANIE GOLDEfi 

KARL AHD VERA GORDIMER 

MR. AND MRS. BENNETT A. GROO 

H. T. HARCKE, JR. 

DICK AHD DOLLY HARTMAN 

BOB AHD MARIE HAUTAK 

EILEEn HAZY 

mr. ahd mrs. joel heller 

mr. ahd mrs. f.j. herpers 

mr. ahd mrs. joseph herrmann 

mel and sharon heuer 

l.j. hinman 

mr. ahd mrs. da vid hoffman 

mr. ahd mrs. jusuf iljas 

DAIi B. AHD MARILYIi R. JONES 

MICHAEL JOSEPH 

ROBERT KAMiriS 

MORTOn AHD ROriDA KARP 

MARIE KASULIS 

PEGGY AHD PAUL KELLER 

ROBERT AHD BARBARA KOSEK 

DR. AliD MRS. BARRY LEVINE 

MR. AND MRS. JA Y M. LIEBMAN 

ROSARIO AHD CHIARA MACRl 

MR. AHD MRS. PHILIP MANGOLD 

KiRSTin j. manning 

BOB AHD CAROL MARSH 

MR. AriD MRS. WILLIAM J. MCCLOSKEY 

JIM AriD LEE MCPARLAriD 

ROBERTS. MILLER 

MR. AHD MRS. DA VID S. MOORE 

MR. HUSSEin MUSTAFA 

ROLAND AHD SUZAnriE NADEAU 

CATHERIHE riALESrilK 

SAHDRA AHD RICHARD PALUMBO 

THEODORE PA MS 

MR. AliD MRS. LAnriY R. PATTEN 

MR. AHD MRS. KARL E. PETERSON 

MR. AMD MRS. C.S. PREUSSE 



JOSEPH in E AHD FRANK PRIMIAM 

MR. AHD MRS. FREDERICK PRUMER 

MR. AHD MRS. WILLIAM P. RAIHES 

MR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH R. RAPPOSELLI 

MR. AliD MRS. A. RATZMAn 

RUSS AliD RUTH REARDOli 

MARTHA AliD ALAIi REDI 

MR. AHD MRS. CHESTER REYBITZ 

DR. JA Y ROSEH 

MR. AliD MRS. SHELDOn SAKOWITZ 

JAMES R. SAriDFORD 

MR. AliD MRS. GERALD SAVOY 

CHERYL CHILDKRAUT 

MR. AHD MRS. A.F. SCHUCHARDT 

JOHIi SCHULER 

FRED AliD JOAIi SCHWER 

MR. AriD MRS. JAMES L. SEIDEL 

ROBERT L. SEIGLE 

BERriARD AriD JArilCE SILVER 

MR. AHD MRS. LEN SILVER 

THOMAS I. SLOCUM 

SPANKY T. 

BRUCE AliD MARIOn STEELE 

MR. AliD MRS. JAMES STENERSEN, JR. 

CAROLYH AliD RICHARD STREICHER 

BARRY B. TEUTSCHBEin 

MR. AliD MRS. GARY THOMPSOIi 

THEODORE TOULOUKIAIi 

MR. AHD MRS. G.S. TOWLER 

GRACE AHD AL VICCHIOLLA 

MR. AHD MRS. DONALD VISCONTI 

KARL M. VOn DER HEYDEIi 

ROBERT F. WAITE, JR. 

JOSEPH V. WALLACE 

THE FAMILY OF KIMBERLY WASTLER 

LARRY AliD CATHERIHE WEBSTER 

RICHARD AliD KRIS WEIIiER 

MR. AliD MRS. JOHH D. WILKlIiS 

MR. AliD MRS. JOHIi WILLARD 

ELLEn WILSOIi 

MR. AriD MRS. ROBERT WlIiE 

GAYLE AND BILL WOLAHAIi 

MR. AHD MRS. JAMES YAICH 

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MR. AHD MRS. FRAHK G. ACCURSO 

MR. AriD MRS. JOtin J. ALBER, JR. 

DOriALD R. ALTIERI 

MR. AHD MRS. DANIEL AHHUHZIATA 

DR. ROBERT J. ARMEHTO 

MR. AHD MRS. ROBERT A. ARRISOH, JR. 

MR. AHD MRS. JOEL ASH 

BARBARA AHD RON BALSER 

MR. AHD MRS. C. SCOTT BARTLETT, JR. 

LEE AHD SUZAnriE BELLE 

'PETER E. BEHHETT 

DR. AHD MRS. DAVID A. BEVAH 

•FRAHK BOHGIORHO 

MR. AHD MRS. BRUCE BOTT 

MR. AHD MRS. DA n I EL F. BOYLE 

BREHDA S. BRADLEY 

MORTOH A. BREIER 

MR. AHD MRS. MICHAEL BROWH 

ROBERT AHD DEBORAH BRUCKER 

MR. AHD MRS. JOHH M. CAPAHTS 

MARGARET AHD TOHY CASELLA 

MR. AHD MRS. LEWIS E. CASOLIHI 

CLIVE AHD BOHHIE CHAJET 

MR. AHD MRS. ROBERT CHERHOK 

GIHA AHD BOB CHRISTIE C58) 

MR. AHD MRS. GEORGE F. CLEMEHTS, JR. 

MARY AHHE COOGAH 

MR. AHD MRS. JOH C. COUHTESS 

CHARLES COWE 

BRUCE H. CRICHTOH 

MR. AHD MRS. DA HI EL E. CRUMP 

FRAHCO F. DAIHO 

LIHDA AHD GARY DAUM 

LEO AHD MILDRED DEMM 

EDWARD AHD MAUREEH DICKEHSOH 

MR. AHD MRS. WILLIAM DOLYAK, JR. 

MR. AHD MRS. JOHH DOHOHUE 

B.J. AHD HP. DOHTZIH 

JOHH AHD JO AH DRAGER 

MR. AHD MRS. E. RICHARD DROESCH 

MR. AHD MRS. MICHAEL FEIDELSOH 

MR. AHD MRS. HORMAH FEIHBERG 

GERRY AHD JUDY FELDMAH 

DR. AHD MRS. GERALD FEHDRICK AHD 

FAMILY 
ATTORHEY AHD MRS. ARMAHD FERHAHDES, 

JR. 
DR. AHD MRS. JOHH A. FLARIA 
DERMOT FLYHH 

DR. AHD MRS. MARVIH G. FRAHK 
MR. AHD MRS. DOHALD FRARY 
MR. AHD MRS. A. W. FREDERICK 
DR. AHD MRS. M. FRIEDLAHD 
DOH AHD JAHE FRIEDMAH 
MICHAEL AHD LIHDA FRIEZE 
MR. AHD MRS. RICHARD F. FRITZ, SR. 
DR. AHD MRS. WILLIAM GEARY 
MARIO AHD AHHETTE GIOVAHHELLI 
HAHCY AHD MERRILL GITKIH 
BERHARD AHD BREHDA GITLIH 
MR. AHD MRS. T.F. GLEICHMAHH. JR. 
ROBERT AHD DIAHE GOLDBERG 



GEORGE AHD HICKI GOLDBERG 

PETER GRAF 

HARRY C. GRAU 

MR. AHD MRS. HEHRY H. GREER 

GEORGE S. AHD BARBARA HAGSTOZ 

HAROLD HALVORSEH 

MR. AHD MRS. DAVID HAVER 

MR. AHD MRS. DOHALD B. HAYWARD 

MR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH HELMIHSKI 

MR. AHD MRS. MEREDITH HEMPHILL, JR. 

STEVEH AHD JACKIE HIRSH 

MR. AHD MRS. JAMES A. HOBEHSACK 

BEVERLY AHD STEPHEH HOCHHAUSER 

MR. AHD MRS. LEOHARD B. HODES 

WALT AHD ROSEMARY HOEHLER 

DR. BARTOH HOEXTER 

CHARLES AHD JAHET HOVSEPIAH 

JOAH L. HREBEK 

MR. AHD MRS. JAY CHOATE HUFFARD 

CHE- WU AHD HOHG-ZEH HUHG 

'MR. AHD MRS. BARRY HURET 

MRS. MARIJO IMPER1ALE 

KIM AHD TED JOHHSOH 

STEVEH B. KAPLAH 

DR. AHD MRS. LAWREHCE KAUFFMAH 

SARAH AHD JOHH KAUPER 

MR. AHD MRS. HEHRY KEE CHE 

DR. AHD MRS. KEVIH L. KEIM 

MR. AHD MRS. JOHH M. KELLEHER 

CARES C. KEYSER 

•EVELYH KIEFER 

MR. AHD MRS. ARTHUR KLE1H 

MR. AHD MRS. A. KLIHGER 

MR. AHD MRS. F. JAMES KHITTLE, JR. 

MR. AHD MRS. STEPHEH KOSSAR 

DIAHE AHD JERRY KULL 

MR. AHD MRS. DOHALD KUHTZ 

LESLIE H. LASSEVILLE 

MR. AHD MRS. STEPHEH LEFF 

LEHIGH SOCCER FAHS R.B. AHD MR. B. 

HEHRY LEWIS AHD FAMILY 

STEPHEH AHD GWEH LICHTSTEIH 

JAMES AHD DIAHHE LUCIE 

JUDY AHD JOE LUDWIG 

DR. AHD MRS. P. LUJ1C 

MR. AHD MRS. RICHARD K. LYOHS 

LIHDA MACLAREH 

MR. AHD MRS. ROHALD MAKOSKY 

VIHCEHT AHD ELIZABETH MARIHELLO 

DR. AHD MRS. I. IRA MASOH 

DR. AHD MRS. JOEL MATTISOH 

EDWARD AHD HORMA MAZE 

WILLIAM AHD LIHDA MCCABE 

DR. AHD MRS. JAMES MCDOHOUGH 

MR. AHD MRS. WALTER L. MCGOWAH 

PETER AHD EHID MCKEHHA 

DR. AHD MRS. GEORGE T. MEIHDL 

MR. AHD MRS. CARL T. MELLIH 

MR. AHD MRS. GEORGE S. MEYER 

ALBERT B. MICHELLE 54 

MR. AHD MRS. RICHARD J. MILLER 

MR. AHD MRS. THEODORE MOSS 



MR. AHD MRS. BRIAH MURPHY 

JOHH AHD ROSEMARY HEVIHS 

DR. AHD MRS. GILBERT HEWMAH 

EDWARD J. HICHOLS 

CO H RAD HORMAHH 

HORTHAMPTOH MEMORIAL SHRIHE 

DR. AHD MRS. HOTTIHGHAM 

MR. AHD MRS. PETER H. HUSTAD 

MR. AHD MRS. JOHH A. HYHEIM 

MR. AHD MRS. FERDIHAHD M. OLCHOWSKI 

C. AHD T. PARTOH 

MR. AHD MRS. CHARLES H. POOR 

MR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH D. POSILLICO. JR. 

ARTHUR AHD ELIZABETH RAMEE 

DR. AHD MRS. CESAR A. RAVAHZO 

DR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH RICCA 

HUGH AHD DEBBIE RISSEEUW 

MR. AHD MRS. BYROH L. ROE 

MURRA Y C. ROSEH 

PETER AHD GLADYS ROTHEHBERG 

DR. AHD MRS. A. RUBEHSTEIH 

MR. AHD MRS. HAROLD RUPERT, JR. 

MR. AHD MRS. WILLIAM R. SAHDERS 

LOUIS SAVASTAHI 

DR. AHD MRS. MORRIS SCHERR 

DR. AHD MRS. PETER SCHILD AHD FAMILY 

THOMAS E. SCHMIDLIH 

MR. AHD MRS. ARTHUR A. SCHHEIDER 

HARVEY AHD BARBARA SCHWARTZ 

KEHHETH AHD KAREH SEGAL 

TOM AHD PAT SEIBERT 

JERRI AHD FRED SHAPSS 

KAREH AHD HOWARD SHERMAH 

DR. AHD MRS. CHRISTOPHER SOO SHIH 

MR. AHD MRS. JOSEPH SOLIMIHE 

EUGEHE P. SOUTHER 

MR. AHD MRS. JOHH P. STEL 

WALTER AHD VIRGIHIA STRUBBE 

MR. HICHOLAS W. STUMP 

DOHHA AHD PHILIP TALKOW 

DR. AHD MRS. DEHHIS A. TOBIA AHD FAMILY 

MR. AHD MRS. FREDERICK S. TOWHSEHD. 

JR. 
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JOHH AHD LOIS VAH DEUSEH 
HARRIS AHD MYRA WEBBER 
GEORGE AHD DOROTHY WEIHKAM 
MR. AHD MRS. DAVID W. WEISS 
MARGE AHD GERALD S. WERTLIEB 
HALDEMAH S. WERTZ 
JAHE AHD BILL WEST 
HELGA AHD GARY WESTERHOFF 
JACK AHD EILEEH WHITE 
MR. AHD MRS. ROBERT B. WHITE. JR. 
BARBARA AHD TED WIDMAYER 
JACKIE AHD GARY W. WOLF 
MR. AHD MRS. GEORGE WOLFSOH 
MR. AHD MRS. ELLIOT K. WOLK 
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David Mandell 

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Mom, Michael, Paul, 

Robert, Stephen, and Shadow 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Sue Armento 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

The Armentos 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Elyssa Frank 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mommy and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Gaitten 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Don and Pat Gaitten 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Judy Bernstein 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Abe and Irene Bernstein 

and Jasmin and Zorro 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Alicia DiChristina 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Grover (Rob) 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Leslie 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jon Rubenstein 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom, Dad, Stacy and Nancy 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Lisa Di Fabio 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 



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Michael Kramer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Dad, Terri and Jill 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jocelyn Gitlin 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Anne White 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

David Hirschberg 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Rob 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Antony Outhwaite 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mum, Dad and Richard 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

George Schott 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

George and Alice Schott 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Larry Chasin 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Jeff, Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jeff Kollin 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom, Dad and Tracy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Paul Hendrick 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, and Deb 





CONGRATULATIONS 

Jonathon Balser 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Barbara and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

James Batti 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Lisa, Frank and Alaina 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Marc Littman 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

The Littman Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Gary Kaplan 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chuck Foley 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE, 

Dad, Mom and Tim 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Lauren Vaccaro 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Danny and Daren 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Andy Talkow 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Donna and Philip Talkou 

(class of 1960) 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Nina Boyd 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Linhay Mahoulay 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Lisa Wine 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, David, 
Jamie, Nana, Papa 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Annette Neumann 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Neumann 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Eric Rothenberg 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Gladys, Ali and Jeremy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Carlton Club 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mr. and Mrs. Pinto 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Christopher Bellobuono 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom, Dad, Michael and Jonathon 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jonathan Ludwig 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Jessica 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brett Paddock 

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"Mom and Dad" Kime 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Helene DiCarlo 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Joe Di Carlo 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Julie Kime 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Reese Rupert 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mother and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Neil Ash 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Pop 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Svekis 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Dad and Sherry 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Barry Berkowitz 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Andrew 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Neil Ash 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Shelagh Kelly 

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LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Jimmy, Nana, 
Tom, and Denali 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Debbie Goodman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lori and Marella 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

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Aunt Leune and Uncle Bill 


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Cyndi Belle 








Andrew Schechter 






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Kenny Holdsman 

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Jennifer O'Brien 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Groff 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom, Dad, Brett, Zorro 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Howie Siegel 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Pam and Meats 



CONGRATULATIONS 

George Hagstoz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Lisa and Kirsten 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

Anne Marie Young 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brian Mclnerney 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

The Mclnerney Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Stephanie Fallone 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Vicki and "Tiff 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

Alisa Maureen Chapman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Danny, Saldannah and 
Samson 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Lyons 

WE'RE VERY PROUD 

OF YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS! 

LOVE 
Mom and Pop 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Sharon Fendrick 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Scott Madgey 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Joe, and Mike 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

Sharon Fendrick 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Mark, Jeff, Doug and Alison 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Mark Lesnik 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Kenneth, Dara and 
Grandmom 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Debbie Stewart 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom and Rob 



CONGRATULATIONS 

J. P. Ricca 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Liz Reeder 

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Dad and Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris Wolfe 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom, Dad, Greg, Claudia, and Families 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Evie Kohnstam 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom, Dad, David, and Grandmas 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Greg Ackerson 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jennifer Barbiero 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Sanford Hodes 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Robby 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jon Dranoff 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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uncles, cousins, friends 
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Andrea Romantini 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Eisengart 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Tina Marie Smith 

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Steve Droesch 

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Mom and Dad 

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Jodi Schell 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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The "Schell" Family 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Painter 

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Todd Nebraska 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Heidi (sis) 

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David Katz (class of '92) 



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Alkesh Granchandani 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Heidi Katz 

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Olga, Dad, David and Moishe 

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Faith Rosenshein 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Heidi Katz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Olga and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Graduating seniors 

from AOPi and Phi Kappa Theta 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman Katz 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Anthony Providenti and 
the Brothers of Theta Xi 

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Andy Rupprecht 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Stephen Gould and 

The Delta Phi Graduates 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

"Mom" and Dad Gould 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Lane 

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Lisa Ann Bolitsky 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

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Mom, Dad, and Jennifer 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Art Barry 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU1! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Andrea and Curtis 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Art Pearce 

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Mom, Dad and Amy 



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Alain Zilkha 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Jason Diamond 

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Kris Long 

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Shawn M. Farrell 

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Eric Iversen 

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Alyson Marie Schwer 

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Mom and Dad and all the "Girls" 

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Chris Hoffmann 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

David Manheim 

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Michele Pavis 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

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Mom and Dad, Mike and John 

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Kathy Donlin 
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Mom, Dad, Jack, Patti, 

Maureen, Greg and Christine 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Allison Mack 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jill Ann Hudock 

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Andy Schragger 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Rich and Michael 

CONGRATULATIONS 

To The 1988 Lehigh Soccer Team 

-The Best Ever 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

The Hoffmanns 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Susan Colicchio 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Lynn McClouchic 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Dad, Mom, Bob, Pat and Eric 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Salome Michell 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Albert B. Michell '54 



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Wendy Schneider 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and A.J. 



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Laurie Fernandes 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

Holly Kortright 

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Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lynne Accisano 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Patrick and Joey 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Laurie Stearn 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Jodie 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Barry Steinman 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Roberta and George Steinman 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Deb Sicklcr 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Sue 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Philip Schlid 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

Mom, Dad, David, Wendy, Alyson 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lee Blum 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Hal, Keith, 

Jaci, Christine and Roni 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Tracy Lynn Sanford 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Todd 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris Moss 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Ted, Aileen and Merry 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Marisa Bier 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

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Bruce Anderson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

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Mom, Dad, Glenn and Meredith 

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Marshall Davis 

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Mom, Dad and Stacey 

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Terry Williams 

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Mom and Dad 

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Van 

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Mom, Dad, Lisa and Michael 



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Christine Gunther 

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Glenn Strausser 

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Mom and Dad 




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To My Grandson, Van 
LOVE 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

Bob Ford 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Grandmom and Grandpop 

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Bob Ford 

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Ira Weinstein 

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LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Steven 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Bob Ford 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Nan and Pop-Pop 



CONGRATULATIONS 

To Our Nephew Van 

LOVE, 

Aunt Netta and Uncle Jimmy 

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Bill Pezzuti 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, and Vicki 

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Jason 

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Dad, Mom and Amy 



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"Chris" Jones 

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Mom, Dad and Brothers 

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Paul Hovsepian 

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LOVE 

Mom, Dad and Gary 



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David Heller 

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Mom and Dad 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Anthony Tobia 

AND THE CLASS OF '89! 

LOVE 
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Nina Rosen 

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Editors 



Corey Abate 
Teresa Bzdek 
Karin Cholak 
Beth Cottingham 
Tom Crofton 
Debbie Davidson 
Joe De Vito 
nancy Fitzgerald 



Andrea Kushnick 
Susan Marra 
Susan Moebus 
Meghan Rowe 
Laura Schifflin 
Lisa Silver 
Jamie Wallace 
Amy Wilkowe 



Lisa Bolitsky 
Editor 



Nancy Howard 
Managing Editor 



Stephanie Fallone 
Business Manager 



Carole Gorney 
Advisor 



Linda Lipko 
Department Coordinator 



426 



INDEX 



A 



Academics 74 

Accounting 100 

Activities 114 

Ads 419 

Ads for Grads 398 

Aerospace Studies 86 

Alpha Chi Omega 296 

Alpha Chi Rho 228 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 230 

Alpha Gamma Delta 298 

Alpha Omicron Pi 300 

Alpha Pi Mu 135 

Alpha Phi 302 

Alpha Sigma Phi 232 

Alpha Tau Omega 234 

Art St Architecture 87 

Arts St Science 84 

ASA 120 

Athletics 146 



Finance Club 136 

Football 150 

Fraternities 226 

Freshmen Orientation 22 



Gamma Phi Beta 308 

Geology 90 

Government 90 

German House 203 

Greek Week 62 

Gymnastics Club 141 



H 



Halloween 40 

549 Hillside 217 

556 Hillside 225 

History 91 



Panhel 119 

Patrons 396 

Phi Delta Theta 258 

Phi Gamma Delta 260 

Phi Kappa Psi 262 

Phi Kappa Theta 264 

Philosophy 94 

Phi Sigma Kappa 266 

Physics 95 

Pi Kappa Alpha 268 

Pi Lambda Phi 270 

Pi Tau Sigma 134 

President 76 

PRSSA 123 

PSA 123 

Psi Upsilon 272 

Psychology 94 



Baseball 186 

Basketball - Men 168 

Basketball - Women 172 

Beta Theta Pi 236 

Biology 88 

420 Birkel 210 

428 Birkel 219 

434 Birkel 214 

480 Birkel 209 

486 Birkel 217 

Brodhead 215 199 

Brown & White 128 

BSU 122 

Business St Economics 98 



Cheerleading 154 

Chemical Engineering 106 

Chemistry 88 

Chi Delphia 142 

Chi Phi 238 

Chi Phi Little Sisters 143 

Chi Psi 240 

Civil Engineering 107 

Class of 1989 119 

Classics 89 

Community 394 

Computer Science St Electrical Eng 107 

Concerts 44 

Contents 2 

Crew Club 140 

Cross Country - Men 160 

Cross Country - Women 161 



Dancin' 131 

Deans 80 

Delta Chi 242 

Delta Gamma 304 

Delta Phi 244 

Delta Sigma Phi 246 

Delta Tau Delta 248 

Delta Upsilon 250 

Delta Zeta 306 

Dravo A2 201 

Dravo A4 201 

Dravo CI 200 

Dravo C2 203 

Dravo D3 197 



East Asia Society 121 

216 East 5th 224 

303 East 5th 222 

313-315 East 5th 221 

611-613 East 5th 225 

Economics 101 

Engineering St Applied Science 104 

English 89 

The Epitome 124 

Eta Kappa Nu 134 



al Engineering 109 

ional Club 121 

ional Relations 91 



January Graduatio 
Jaykrishna Brother 

Journalism 

June Graduation 



Kappa Alpha 252 

Kappa Alpha Theta 310 

Kappa Sigma 254 



Lacrosse - Men 178 

Lacrosse - Women 180 

Lambda Chi Alpha 256 

Law St Business 102 

Lehigh/Lafayette 50 

Living 193 

Lower Centennials 204 



M 



M & M Al 196 

M & M A2 198 

Management 102 

Marching 97 132 

Marketing 103 

Marketing Club 137 

Materials Science Engineering 108 

Mathematics 92 

905 Meade . . . .' 218 

Mechanicial Engineering 109 

Military Science 86 

Modern Foreign Language 93 

417 Montclair 216 

433 Montclair 220 

450 Montclair 225 

461 Montclair 213 

528 St 530 Montclair 215 

612 Montclair 223 

614 Montclair 220 

Music « 

Mustard St Cheese 131 



N 



SAC 117 

Scabbard & Blade Society 138 

Social Relations 95 

Society of Physics Students 138 

Scorecard 189 

Seniors 312 

Senior Portraits 314 

Sigma Alpha Mu 274 

Sigma Chi 276 

Sigma Nu 278 

Sigma Phi 280 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 282 

Skiing 188 

Soccer 156 

Softball 184 

Sororities 294 

304 South New 216 

South Side Alive 28 

Sponsors 397 

Sports 146 

Stadium Dedication 30 

223 Summit 212 

Sweet St Innocent 224 

Swimming - Men 174 

Swimming - Women 175 



Taekwondo Club 139 

Tau Beta Pi 135 

Tau Epsilon Pi 284 

Taylor C3 200 

Taylor College 202 

Tennis - Men 182 

Tennis - Women 183 

496 1st Terrace 212 

Theater 97 

Theta Chi 286 

Theta Delta Chi 288 

Theta Xi 290 

Track & Field - Men 176 

Track & Field - Women 177 

Trembly 8 198 

Trembly 16 197 

Turkey Trot 46 



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Natural Social Science & Biology 137 

New Social Policy 36 

Not Pictured 384 



Vice Presidents • 7B 

Volleyball - Men - 162 

Volleyball - Women 1*3 



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423 Webster 208 

425 Webster 208 

WLVR 130 

Wrestling 1*4 



Off-Campus 206 

On-Campus 194 



Zeta Psi 306 



In Closing 



Colophon 



Over the past four years, 
many of my friends have asked 
me why have I spent so much of 
my time working on the year- 
book staff. After all, why would 
an electrical engineer be inter- 
ested in the world of publish- 
ing? The reason was that 1 sim- 
ply enjoyed it and was proud to 
be a member of a group who re- 
corded the history of Lehigh for 
prosperity. After all, if a person 
wanted to view what Lehigh was 
like in 1989; where else would 
they turn but to The Epitome. 

Flipping through the pages of 
The 1989 Epitome will bring 
back unique memories to each 
person. I hope the members of 
this year's staff will recall the 
same feeling of accomplish- 
ment which they felt when the 
last page of their section was fi- 
nally completed. Perhaps even 
the memories of the long and 
tedious hours, the numerous 
complaints, and the photogra- 
phies which never seemed to be 
there when needed will be 
looked upon with a smile. 

Much of the time this past 
year was spent experimenting 
with new ideas in order to make 
this year's Epitome uniquely dif- 
ferent from any of the previous 
Lehigh yearbooks. Our goal was 
to incorporate these innovative 
changes into the book while en- 
suring that the traditions of the 
past, which each Lehigh student 
cares deeply about, were up- 
held. I belive this combination 
of tradition and creativity has 
made this Epitome one which 
we can all be proud. 

Trying to find the appropriate 
words to bring this book to a 
close is the most difficult thing 
that I've had to do for The Epit- 
ome. I don't believe that there 
are words that can sum up all of 
the work and effort that was put 
into this yearbook. The end re- 
sult — The 1989 Epitome — was 
due to the callaboration of 24 
hard working individuals. To 
each of them I say thank-you 
and to each of you I say enjoy. 
Lisa Bolitsky 
Editor-in-Chief 
The 1989 Epitome 



Volume 113 of The Epitome, 1989 edition, the offical yearbook of Lehigh University, 
was printed by Jostens — Printing and Publishing Division, State College, Pennsylvania, 
using that offset lithography process. The paper is primarily "80 Qloss with black ink. 
Color pages used "110 Kromkote paper. 

Cover: The cover, made of a Matte Black material with a gold foil logo. A hot foil design of 
the Alumni Memorial building of Lehigh University is embossed on the cover. The cover 
was designed by The Epitome and drawn by Jostens. 

Headlines and Copy: Palatino typeface was used for the majority of the book except for 
the community section which used Times Roman for the ads for grads and Benguiat 
Book for the advertisements. Body copy was set in 10 point while captions were set in 8 
point. Headline size varied throughout the book. 

Color: All separations were performed using Hell-laser scanners from color prints. A 
second color. Rose, was used in the features section. 

Photographs: Photographs are the work of The Epitome and The Brown and White staff 
photographers. These photographers are: T. Caciolo, S. Clay, T. Crofton, D. Elton, P.J. 
Freidenrich, B. Qlassman, A. Griff, L. Havey, A. Helminski, Y. Hong, K. Kunsman. J. Ryan, 
D. Vujerich, C. West 

The senior portraits were taken by Merin Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Athletic 
teams were photographed and supplied by courtesy of Ryan Studios, Bethlehem, Penn- 
sylvania. The fraternity and sorority composites were taken by fraternal Composite 
Services. 



Thanks 



Nancy Howard: 1 don't think that you knew what you were getting yourself into two years 

ago when you walked into the yearbook office, and 1 convinced you to join the staff. I'm 

glad that you accepted the position because I don't know what I would have done 

without you and all of your help. Don't worry about next year because you will do a great 

job! WE DID IT!!!!! 

Stephanie Fallone: At times it seemed that we wouldn't have enough funds to cover the 

cost of this book; but because of your business knowledge, we ended up just fine. Good 

luck in the world of accounting and thanks for all of your help. 

Laura Schifflin and Lisa Silver: The heart of the business staff. Whenever we needed 

additional funds, you could always be depended upon to jump in and help raise them. I 

know that under your leadership, next year's yearbook will be financially fine. 

Meghan Rowe and Andrea Trapnell: In a year of great change at Lehigh, you managed to 

encompass everything into 56 pages. Thanks for taking the most difficult section of the 

book and making it look terrific. 

Joe DeVito and Jamie Wallace: What can I say about the two people who did everything 

on time. It was nice to know there were those who actually did what 1 asked. Thanks. 

Jamie, continue the good work; and Joe, well our time is finally over, time for someone 

new. 

Corey Abate and Beth Cottingham: Once again the team was back to do the Activities 

section. I don't know what they will do next year without the two of you. Bech, good luck 

with whatever you do in the future. Corey, the yearbook is going to be better than ever 

with you and nancy in charge. 

Karin Cholak: 1 don't know how you managed to do the entire Sports section by yourself, 

but you did and it looks great! Just think, no more having to track Young down. Good 

luck in the future and thanks. The Epitome will miss you. 

Sue Marra, Amy Wilkowie and Nancy Fitzgerald: You succeeded with the section of the 

book that generates the most hassles than any other. I appreciate your hard work and 

patience during those trying months when you just wanted to give up. I want you to know 

that all that hard work paid off. 

Teresa Bzdek and Sue Moebus: After going through 890 senior portraits and activities 

listings, the section is finally done. Teresa, you really did an outstanding job. You went 

out of your way to make the section work. I'm sure that you will be pleased by the results. 

Debbie Davidson and Tom Crofton: Our photo staff. I don't know what to say to the both 

of you but thanks. I know that at times we ran into major problems; but in the end, the 

photography in the book is great. 

Steve Merin and Merin Studios: Thanks for getting all of our photos to us without delay. 

They look great! 

Phil Klein: You were always there when I needed you. You would listen to our ideas and 

improve on them to make the 1989 Epitome the best book ever. Many thanks. It was a 

great pleasure to work with you. 

Professor Gorney: You allowed us to try out many new ideas this year without letting us 

overdo it. I appreciated all of your help, and I hope that you are as proud of this book as 

we are. 

Pam Mongi: You were there to help me out whenever I needed you. I am very grateful. 

Linda Lipko: I don't what what I would have done without you!!! If I ever had a problem, 

you were there to listen and to help whenever you could. You did everything from helping 

to keep our finances straight to typing the Senior section. 

What more can 1 say to you but THANK YOU!!! 



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