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ADMINISTRATION 96 SENIORS & FACULTY 154 
ACTIVITIES 112 LIVING GROUPS 232 

SPORTS 134 ADVERTISEMENTS 316 



Among those of us charged with sustaining and nurtur- 
ing an appropriate system of higher education, there has 
been much concern and debate over where we are going, 
what our responsibilities should be toward the future, and 
what must be done to insure our future viability. 

We who are associated with this remarkable university — 
founded by a man of extraordinary vision, Asa Packer — 
naturally have Lehigh's self-interest as our primary focus. 
But Lehigh cannot be set apart from other colleges and 
universities for, in truth, their success and our own are 
interwoven by way of the attitudes, requirements and laws 
that our culture imposes upon us. 

In recent years, higher education has sustained chinks in 
its armor. There are those who say "I can make more as 
a plumber than as a teacher, therefore I elect to be a 
plumber." And there are those who say that, whatevei its 
merits, college no longer can guarantee lucrative positions 
for all those upon whom it bestows degrees. So our Ameri- 
can colleges and universities, which called most of the shots 
until the turbulent demise of the Sixties, now appear to be 
called upon to justify themselves. But unanimous agree- 
ment on college education or any other subject is a rare 
commodity — rarer still in a pluralistic society such as ours 
— and such sniping at colleges and universities should chal- 
lenge us, even if it hardly surprises us. 

Lehigh's defense might well be that it is a special kind 
of university. And universities that are special in terms of 
accomplishments, prestige, and success of their graduates 
face special responsibilities — for they are, in a sense, the 
elite. And Lehigh is clearly among them. "When you get 
below the size level of a Harvard or a Yale, Lehigh is a 
very good place to be," is the way one of our professors 
summed it up. Consider the fact that Lehigh received 300 
applications for a teaching vacancy in the biology depart- 
ment, and twice that many for a post in English. What 
this means is that Lehigh can do very well in terms of ob- 
taining the best possible people for its faculty. I can assure 
you that today we are competing successfully with Prince- 
ton, Berkeley, et al, in securing exemplary people. 

Lehigh can point to the fact that 85 percent of its pro- 
fessors with the rank of assistant professor or above hold 
Ph.D.s, and that they comprise 70 percent of the faculty. 
Where the national ratio of students to faculty is typically 
16 to 1, Lehigh has a faculty member for every 11 students. 
At last count, we had 417 faculty members as well as over 
100 full-time "equivalent faculty" — including graduate 
students who are teaching or engaged in significant research. 
All of these indicators point toward excellence in education 
at Lehigh. 

It used to be that Lehigh talked about its success in the 
job market, and we may still do that with justification. The 
university continues to provide a disproportionate share of 
the people who manage and control business, or who other- 
wise are engaged at the highest levels of their professions. 
The demand for our graduates continues to be strong. The 
engineering job scare caused by the cancellation of con- 
tracts in the aerospace industry barely affected Lehigh be- 
cause few of our graduates have been involved in that 
area of engineering. The emphasis in engineering may be 
changing to the biomedical area, or towards ecology, but 
the demand for the kind of engineers we produce will 
continue to remain strong. 

At Lehigh we mean it when we say we do not "train 
engineers." Instead, we educate students through an en- 
gineering — or business, or arts and science — curriculum. 



The difference is that the individual should leave here with 
the adaptability to perform whatever job has to be done 
during his working years. When you consider that the ex- 
plosive growth of knowledge, which, when measured by the 
number of books, articles and technical papers, doubles 
every ten years, the significance of the Lehigh theory of 
education becomes apparent. The other explosion is that of 
relevance, and we are closely attuned to the changing needs 
of our students. We know that the tradition of classical 
philosophy will always have its place, but we also try to 
offer more pragmatic courses as well. 

So I am saying that Lehigh is in an especially strong 
position. In a society which still places a high priority 
upon college education for large numbers of people, despite 
the demurrers, it is natural enough that there will be a 
wide range of quality and specialization among institutions 
of higher learning. During the coming years it may well be 
that there will be those institutions that cannot survive, 
but I can assure you Lehigh will not be among them. As of 
the fall of 1972, there were 2,665 public and private col- 
leges in the United States. It's not easy to envision all 
those colleges making the grade, and good wishes won't 
save them. There are those like Lehigh with acknowledged 
excellence, or distinctive personalities, and they may well 
have the best chances at survival. 

We are discussing Lehigh and the elite university. The 
term "elite university" is not one of my choosing, but one 
long used among educators. "Elite university" might be 
simply defined as one that attracts a large proportion of 
students of outstanding intellectual ability. If we are to 
accept that definition, Lehigh falls well within the higher 
echelon of the elite. Excellence of scholastic performance is 
Lehigh's strongest point, and that is widely recognized. And 
yet, perhaps out of modesty, Lehigh people tend not to 
think of themselves as "elite." Others recognize our unique 
standing. For example, we continue to attract large numbers 
of well-qualified students while others face the concurrent 
problems of empty seats and deficit budgets. Lehigh had an 
unexpected over-acceptance for the fall of 1973 — 1,030 
students, the second-largest class in our history — and you 
will find here neither empty seats nor red ink. 

If we are, in fact, an elite university — and I believe we 
are — then we must continue to provide for our outstanding 
students an opportunity for education that is of excep- 
tionally high quality, both for the benefit of the indi- 
vidual and for the progress that science and technology 
require. More than that, however, we must on a higher 
level prepare our students to work toward a "more humane, 
just, and civilized society," in the words of Professor T. R. 
McConnell, founder of the Center for Research and De- 
velopment in Higher Education. 

One of McConnell's former students. Sir Eric Ashby, 
elaborated on the societal ramifications of the elite uni- 
versity in a 1971 essay. He wrote: "All civilized countries 
. . . depend upon a thin clear stream of excellence to pro- 
vide new ideas, new techniques, and the statesmanlike 
treatment of complex problems. Without the renewal of 
this excellence, a nation can drop to mediocrity in a 
generation." 

If we are excellent, then, it follows that we have a moral 
obligation to continue to provide that "thin, clear stream 
of excellence" without which our nation will sink into a 
morass of mediocrity. I can assure you that Lehigh is pro- 
viding, and will continue to demand, excellence. 

From the 1974 President's message 




Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of 
the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. 

Churchill 









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Love lodged in a woman's breast is but a guest. 
Sir Henry Wotten 



The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it. 
Emerson 











The summer hath its joys, 

And winter his delights; 
Though love and all his pleasures are but toys. 

They shorten tedious nights. 

Campion 




Sweeping quickly over the plains, wending through widened 
river gaps and mountains, climbing the graduated con- 
tours of a million years of evolutionary progress, looming 
lazily against the magenta Pennsylvania skies, as an in- 
nocent nation sleeps in eternal silence, so, too, she sleeps. 
The seeping slows and the glass of a thousand powers en- 
larges the scape ... it yields . . . Clemenceau called her 
le chateau, to Plato she was the Republic, 'o Caesar, his 
prized empire: Vedi, Vici, Veni on her face. Rousseau 
dubbed her for all time — the noble savage; to Nietzsche 
she was a superwoman, a Zarathustra; to deLeon a verit- 
able fountain of youth. FDR once called her the Big Deal. 
Napoleon, after a visit en brief, mysteriously entitled her 
la Waterloo. To the master I'homme de Renaissance Da- 
Vinci, she was — but the Mona Lisa. To Justice Holmes she 
meant the excitement of yelling fire in a crowded theater. 
Gershwin named his most adored piece in honor of her — 
she is all a Rhapsody in Blue. Louis Quatorze is known 
to have patterned his Tuilleries palace after her, apres moi, 
le deluge. And . . . screaming wildly over those thundering 
plains which spread before her, across the evermoving sliver 
of her water ribbon, there, neatly nestled like a malignant 
tumor upon the breast of ol' South Mountain, she blurts her 
bubonic being, yearning to be heard, distressed only by the 
possibility of no one hearing her. . . . Perhaps of all the 
epithets, phrases, names and designs which have been 
drawn from the bosom of her soul, two such titles ring 
resounding dulcet tones through time's dampening curtain: 
Melville nailed her as his Great White Whale; even greater 
though was Buchminster Fuller who hung one on her which 
she still bears, despite the intimidating pictures of her 
founding and framing fathers whose dusty images adorn 
her dim highways to learning — he called her "The Space- 
ship" . . . and so she screams . . . Call Me Dravo! . . . But 
her story is not merely one of history evermore, no, in- 
deed, it is written into the very structure of her being. To 
know her is to know a great wine, or a famous cabinet 
maker. Her taste, her age, her craftmanship, all strive for 
their recognition separately but yet together, with a sym- 
metry of a triangular three. We must delve into her being, 
to the men who have built her being, to men like Arthur 
Katect, who designed her walls, exterior and room interior. 
Katect has said, possibly loud enough for all to hear, that he 
has used a distinct philosophical style, one which echoes the 
sentiment of the era from which it was born. Burning with 
the light of reason, lighting our ignorant ways but one 
step ahead, Katect has called her room design the Tabula 
Rasa: "Like Locke's ideal of ideas, the walls are wet plaster, 
ready to accept the diseased sneezes of our forty assembled 
influenza sufferers; when left to harden we are wanting to 
find ourselves a more impressionistic enclosure, bumpy, 
yet a uniquely unified relief." If Dravo's being is one of a 
physical entity, dependent upon every architectural niche 
for expression of such being, so must she be reliant on those 
who litter her milky corridors with humanage. It can be 
only joy to one's ears, as even Gershwin has told us, to 
hear the combined rhapsodies of symphonic volume and 
tone. As Dravo screams her name across the vast land 
which rolls on before her, so her many moods of music 
wail incessantly over the land whose name bears the Latin 
derivation — quad. A statement of artistic whole, a gestalt of 
quadrophonic, dominating a similarly vibrating quadrophonic 
area. What better area to relieve oneself in such a thoroughly 
stimulating environment than the well-lit back alleys which 



serve as the veins and arteries of her body electric. Could 
her halls but speak, they would tell us of the eternal epics 
of Carthaginian battle, those noble fights against the 
Spartans and the pouring of molten lead upon thousands 
of mobbing, naked human forms from her mighty battle- 
ments. With lead poured only in short supply, the ingenious 
legionnaires who defend her lofty position search out other 
modes to keep the swarming enemy from her sanctified 
womb. But just as Caesar's brave soldiers required rest 
from the ungodly long hours of defense against Cannibal''- 
threatening forces, so too must her righteous defendeis 
periodically displace themselves from the all of camp, from 
the static mania which the sputtering radiators allow no 
escape from, away from the other restless warriors who 
dither about beseeching her bowel's stolid lining for 
guidance, and most importantly withdraw themselves from 
being in and part of her infectious whole. In particular, 
her turrets . . . having seen the wounded limp before them 
in a sick parade to a sickening cadence, they alone under- 
stand the hurlings of outrageous fortune at her defenders 
. . . but they do not weep alone. Covered with soft goose 
down, silken to the touch, sensually sinewing through each 
room, she calls her own, timing all together like a deft 
seamstress with her golden spun thread, thin and airy in 
the morning light — her pipes! Oh! The pipes! Those softly 
screaming pipes — do not wonder for whom they toll, 
be well assured that they toll for thee. But alone they 
serve as only a glimpse of her true treasures. Towers pro- 
jecting in staggering proportion undeniably beautify her, 
but depth must dominate the particulars if she is not 
to slip quickly from gaze. Within her depths Pompeiin- 
tilted lustral basins stand as a crowning nest of robins in 
her hair. These eternal rooms of internal need echo but 
too well the remains of the past. The food of her mind 
devoured and discarded, her core being plucked only to be 
brutally cast aside, such are the echoes of her true spirit, a 
whisper of steamy romanticism as loud as the din of bat- 
tle, so are her rooms of daily need. As if this were not 
enough, staggering stairwells unify once and for all what is 
dynamically Dionysian and Apollonian. TTie force, life 
against death, Eros va. Civilization, one Dravo brother 
against another, such seething juxtapositions divide her 
spirit while in true fashion unifying her place as a state- 
ment of the whole. This alone swells and climaxes her 
symphonic representation, her menage a trois; what could 
be more appropo, more cul de sac, more panhellenic and 
Scaenitura than the loneliness of her three million eyes, 
grimly peering over what Fitzgerald called the ash heaps; 
this, then, as now and forever, is the gestalt . . . food of her 
veins and arteries. We are gladly enchained in the fire and 
shadow of her cave, waiting endlessly to emerge and see 
real light; we can only remember that within her we have 
seen the lucid reasons for classical musical unity and its 
fortifying impartation to us . . . she stands, testimony to a 
million sleeping men and women who rest confident upo 
her love to watch over the valley, of her water ribbon . . 
to Kant she was the categorical imperative while to Ein- 
stein, a unified universe. To David, Goliath, to Samson, 
Delilah. To Faulkner. . . the Sanctuary. Eliot named his 
great poem for her. The Wasteland. Some years ago — 
never mind how long precisely — she was created and 
never will she perish; she is burned mercilessly into the 
conscience of an innocent nation . . . call me Dravo she 

screams . . . Moses called her . . . 

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Of all the creatures thai were made he (man) is the most de- 
testable. Of the entire brood he is the only one — the solitary 
one — that possesses malice. That is the basest of all instincts, 
passions, vices — the most hateful. ... He is the only creature 
that inflicts pain for sport, knowing it to be pain . . . Also — in 
all the list he is the only creature that has a nasty mind. 

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Come, my tan-faced children 

Follow well in order, get your weapons 

ready; 
Have you your pistols? have you your 

sharp-edged axes? 

Whitman 





Who'er excells m what we prize. 
Appears a hero in our eyes. 

Swift 



. . . On, ye brave 
Who rush to glory on the grave! 
Wave, Munich! all the banners wave. 
And charge with all thy chivalry! 

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This they all with a joyful mind 
Bear through life like a torch in flame. 
And, falling, fling to the host behind 
"Play up! Play up! and play the game." 
Henry Newbolt 







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Did you tackle that trouble that came your way 

With a resolute heart and cheerful? 
Or hide your face from the light of day 

With a craven soul and fearful? 
And though you be done to the death, what then? 

If you battled the best you could; 
If you played your part in the world of men. 

Why, the Critic will call it good. 
Death comes with a crawl, or comes with a pounce. 

And whether he's slow or spry. 
It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, 

But only how did you die? 

Demund Vance Cooke 





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Onward it crept with added strength, 

With never a thought of fear or pride. 
It followed the light through the crevice's length 

And unfolded itself on the other side. 
The light, the dew, the broadening view 

Were found the same as they were before; 
And it lost itself in beauties new. 

Just as it will for evermore. 

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It is Christmas day in the workhouse, 

and the cold, bare walls are bright 

With garlands of green and holly, 

and the place is a pleasant sight; 

To smile and be condescending, 

putting on pauper plates. 

To be hosts at the workhouse banquet 

they've paid for - with the rates. 

And what do you think they told me, 

mocking my awful grief. 

That the house was open to us, 

but they wouldn't give out relief. 

Back through the filthy byways! 

Back through the trampled slush!' 

Up to the crazy garret, 

wrapped in an awful hush; 

My heart sank down at the threshold, 

and 1 paused with a sudden thrill. 

For there in the silvery moonlight, 

my Nance lay cold and still. 

George R. Sims 





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"If ye has a boy wud ye sind him to colledge?" 
asked Mr. Hennessey. 

"Well," said Mr. Dooley, "at th' age whin 
a boy is fit to be in colledge I vvudden't have 
him around th' house." 

Finley Peter Dunne 



Morgan's ruby nose added to his personal 
fame and with some humor he once said it 
"would be impossible for me to appear on the 
streets without it." His nose, he remarked on 
another occasion, "was part of the American 
business structure." 

Stewart Holbrook 





Here's a hand to the boy who has courage 

To do what he knows to be right; 
When he falls in the way of temptation. 

He has a hard battle to fight 
Who strives against self and his comrades 

Will find a most powerful foe. 
All honor to him if he conquers. 

A cheer for the boy who says "No!" 

Phoebe Carv 





Seek to delight, that they may mend mankind. 
And while iey captivate, inform the mind. 

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One and the same thing can at the same hme be good, 
bad and indifferent, e.g. music is good to the melancholy, 
oad to those who mourn, and neither good nor bad to the 
deaf. 

Spinoza 




Today the journey is ended, 

I have worked out the mandates of fate; 
Naked, alone, undefended, 

I knock at the Uttermost Gate. 
Behind is life and its longing. 

Its trial, its trouble, its sorrow; 
Beyond is the Infinite Morning 

Of a day without a tomorrow. 





If every man's internal care 
Were written on his brow, 
How many would our pity share, 
Who have our envy now! 

Pietro Metastatio 




According to everyone a man is either a fool or a knave 
if he fails; a Solon if he succeeds. Nobody goes by anything 
except results. 

G. G. Colmore 
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When I am old, my friends will be 
Old and infirm and bowed like me; 
'Twill be no vain desire of mine 
In rich and costly dress to shine; 
And noon's broad, fervid, earnest light 
Be shaded in the solemn night. 
Till, like a story well-nigh told. 
Will seem my life - when 1 am old. 
Or find my lengthened days consoled 
By God's sweet peace - when I am old. 
Caroline Atherton Briggs Mason 




Go back to dust and decay. 

Body, grown weary and old; 
You are worthless to me from today — 

No longer my soul can you hold. 
I lay you down gladly forever 

For a life that is better than this; 
1 go where partings ne'er sever 

You into oblivion's abyss. 

Wenonah Stevens .Abbott 





An old man, going a lone 

highway, 
Came at the evening, cold 

and gray. 
To a chasm, vast and deep 

and wide, 
Through which was flowing 

a sullen tide. 
'. - . this chasm that has 

been naught to me 
To that fair-haired youth 

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Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter 
almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a col- 
lege education. 

Mark Twain 



It likes the forward look on his face, the poise of his noble head. 
And the onward lunge of his tireless will and the sweep of his dauntless tread! 
Hurrah for the manly man who comes with sunlight on his face, 
And the strength to do and the will to dare and the courage to find his place! 

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jun,' 12/Memo - Albert Zettlemoyer to W. Deming Lewis: 
Vihon left this morning for Harvard. I know you wanted him 
farther away, but Nome Law School has no openings. 
]u\y 3/5tudent Diary: Fall semester began today. We seem to 
start earlier every year. 

July 25/5tudent Diary: Had to buy books today, so I packed 
a lunch and ended up missing dinner, too. The bill was 
$203. I'm not sure the bookstore jacks up prices, but they 
have a diamond-studded cash register. After 1 had bought 
the books, my bag ripped, as it has every semester since 
I've been here. I think they either make the bottoms out of 
tissue paper or drop lead weights in the bags as they pack 
them. 

Sept. W/Student Diary: The leaves around here are so deep 
that I breathe through a hollow reed on my way to class. 
Buildings and Grounds finally sent some people out to rake 
them, but two of them disappeared, along with a tractor. 
Sept. 15/Bandie's Diary: We played the Centennial Song, with 
the new words I've written, at today's football game. Next 
week the Glee Club will sing it at Cornell. 
Sept. 22/Bandie's Diary: The new words to the Centennial 
Song are identical to those of Cornell's Alma Mater. 
Sept. 26 /Brown and White: An attempted holdup of the snack 
bar was foiled today by the campus police. Three hapless 
robbers, apparently unfamiliar with Lehigh, were emptying 
the cash register when eight campus policemen walked in for 
a coffee break. Two other policemen, assigned to regular 
duty alongside the candy machines, were in the men's room 
at the time. One policeman was injured when he shot him- 
self in the foot as he pulled his gun from its holster, but 
there were no other injuries. 

Oct. 10/Letter - George Beezer to W. Deming Lewis; Dear 
Dr. President Sir, 1 sure do hope you liked the Horizons 1 
put out for you last week, I'm sorry if our lead story, "The 
Armadillos of Lehigh: A Lost Breed," was kind of con- 
troversial, but 1 figured 1 ought to show my critics I can 
handle the hot issues without any reprisals. I can, can't I? 
Oct. 17 /Letter - Charles Vihon to Ruth Hurley: My Cadil- 
lac ran out of gas today. Talk to Big Al for me and see if I 
can have 10 grand to buy another one. 

Oct. 21 /Brown and White: The band today broke from 67 
years of tradition and allowed three coeds to march at to- 
day's football game. The girls played and marched to "1 
Wonder Who's Kissinger Now" in the North end zone, 
while the rest of the band performed at midfield. 
Oct. 31 /Memo - Chaplain Hugh Flesher to William Quay: 
While I am quite willing to go along with your plans to 
renovate the Packer Memorial Church for occasional use as 
a theater, 1 must protest the installation of a "flying trapeze" 
and a "big ring." Dignity can only bend so far. 
Nod. 10/ Brown and White Concert Review: While Keith 
Snyder cracked his gum, snapped his fingers, and danced in 
the aisle, the other ten people who attended his "Multi- 
Media Spectacular: The Archies" were plainly disgusted. 
Apparently believing The Archies were a live group, the 
Student Activities Council paid NBC $10,000 to have them 
appear, only to find that their act consisted of four Archie 
hand-puppets rocking back and forth while "Sugar, Sugar" 
played over and over again in the background. The puppets, 
the victrola, and Snyder himself were all pelted with to- 
matoes and cabbages when the song came on for the ninth 
time. 



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Nov. 18/Brown and White: Lafayette pranksters sabotaged the 
Lehigh-Delaware swim meet this evening by stocking Taylor 
Pool with piranha. In the first event, run before the fish 
were discovered, seven of the eight swimmers set world 
records. The other failed to finish. 

Nov. 20/ Brown and White: In another round of Lehigh- 
Lafayette hijinks, Lafayette students firebombed the car of 
President W. Deming Lewis today, seriously injuring him and 
killing his black chauffeur. Lewis was enroute from his home 
to his office in the Alumni Memorial Building at the time. 
Dec. 0/ Brown and White: The Lehigh snow plow was badly 
damaged today when it skidded off an icy road and plunged 
into the Kappa Alpha fraternity living room. The plow had 
been attempting to climb the hill toward fraternity row for 
over an hour, but was encountering difficulty because "We 
forgot to put on snow tires," in the words of one employe. 
Dec. 14/Brown and White: The Board of Trustees today cited 
financial risks in rejecting a law school for Lehigh, but 
denied being old-fashioned and overly conservative. In 
other action, they passed a resolution stating "All aspirin's 
alike" and declared war on Japan for "their treacherous at- 
tack on Pearl Harbor." 

Feb. 2 /Memo - Clarence Campbell to Albert Zettlemoyer. 
The Residence Office is in dire need of another staff mem- 
ber, and we would appreciate quick action on this request. 
The only necessary qualifications would be expertise in 
duplicate bridge, gin rummy, and crazy eights. He'll probably 
receive an associate to the assistantship immediately, with 
good opportunities for advancement to an assistant as- 
sociateship. 

feh. 17 /Brown and White: The Forum yesterday pushed 
through its resolution endorsing Sen. George McGovern for 
the 1972 Democratic nomination for president. The reso- 
lution had been buried in committee for three years. To- 
morrow the Forum will begin to tackle the problem of 
Saturday classes. 

Feb. 28/Brown and White: After being rejected in its bid for 
a role in the Board of Publications, the Forum has started 
its own newspaper. The first issue, which was to have con- 
sisted of several articles on Forum affairs, will be limited 
to one article by Paul Maco, spanning the entire eight pages. 
"I hated to cut it to that length," Maco said, "but my ex- 
perience as a successful public speaker has taught me to 
be brief." He delivered a 30-minute address on the sub- 
ject, but the snores of the listeners made it impossible to 
hear him after the first two sentences. 

March 14/ Letter - Charles Vihon to Brian Brockway: Please 
request Al Zettlemoyer to add an additional $10,000 to my 
grant. Frankly, Ruth is homesick for Bethlehem, and it would 
take at least that much to convince us to stay here. The 
weather's miserable, 

April 29/Brown and White: Buildings and Grounds today com- 
pleted repairs on the University snow plow, culminating 
five months of work. The repairs were often delayed by 
Lehigh's snow-covered roads, which prevented workers 
from getting on campus, but three weeks of warm weather 
have allowed them to finish. "Bring on the snow," beamed 
B. & G. chief Robert Numbers at the unveiling. 
May 2/ Brown and White: Irving Finkelstein, a Bethlehem 
dental assistant, has been chosen to deliver the 1974 Com- 
mencement address. His topic will be "Serendipity." 




A cock has great influence on his own dunghill. 
Pubilius Syrus 



Not a sigh for the lot that darkles, 

Not a tear for the friends that sink; 
We'll fall, 'midst the wine-cup's sparkles. 

As mute as the wine we drink. 
But stand to your glasses, steady! 

For a moment the vapor flies: 
Quaff a cup to the dead already — 

Hurrah for the next that dies! 

Bartholomew Dowling 







If you want to hide your face, walk naked. 
Stanislaw Lee 






Bodily exercise, when 
compulsory does no harm 
to the body; but knowl- 
edge which is acquired 
under compulsion obtains 
no hold on the mind. 

Plato 




Thus with the year 
Seasons return, but not to me returns 
Day, or the sweet approach of ev'n or 

morn, 
Or sight of vernal bloom, or summer's 

rose. 
Or flocks, or herds, or human face di- 
vine; 
But cloud instead, and ever-during 

dark 
Surrounds me, from the cheerful ways 

of men 
Cut off, and for the book of knowledge 

fair 
Presented with a universal blank 
Of Nature's work to me expung'd and 

raz'd 
And wisdom at one entrance quite shut 

out. 

Milton 



Me miserable! Which way should I fly? 
Infinite wrath, and infinite despair? 
Which way I fly is hell; myself am 

Hell; 
And in the lowest deep a lower deep, 
Still threat' ning to devour me, opens 

wide 
To which the hell 1 suffer seems a 

heaven. 

Milton 



/\RRl-ICAT10N NOTICE #31 
fV\AV, 1974 
-- ALL CL'RRICULA 

HEKSMEV FCX^DS COT* ■ 




A generation of n:\en is like a genera- 
tion of leaves: the wind scatters some 
leaves upon the ground, while others 
the burgeoning wood brings forth — 
and the season of spring comes on. 
So of men one generation springs 
forth and another ceases. 

Homer 



1 One of the first of Lehigh's aspects to impress the newcomer 
is intimidating Packer Chapel, probably due to its seeming 
timelessness and the immediate impHcation of Lehigh being 
in the lofty Ivy Strata. But as deceptive as it is, it is capable of 
forwarning those who are open to its suggestions by means of 
its wise and looming presence. 

3 Only the brainless forget the details of that first day. High 
school is many eons removed as you and your palpatations 
muster enough innocent confidence to tell the fossils to stay 
in the car while you fling yourself into Missimer's messengers' 
paws, only to find that there are alot of people that look like 
you inside milling about. And you, being the turk that you are, 
showed up as early as possible, only to find that now you 

4 have to wait for your roomie to hit the scene. Penn Linen and 
Mary Mac have already set up shop, so you take care of them. 
But your mate-for-a-year is still lost. Ah! I'll get my books! 
You sly dog, you. And after discovering that its no treat 
toting those friggin' books up that hill that didn't seem bad 
at all from the backseat of pop's Caddy, you discover that 
your sure-fire pal still ain't here. Everything is in its place, 
so you'll wait him out to make sure he doesn't shift your 
clothes over to the crappy side of the closet. Eventually he 
shows: and your worst fears are confirmed: a March of Dimes 
refugee with terminal acne who looks like a cross between 
Felix the Cat and Willie the Whale. Later that day you find out 
that he also has chronic phthiriasis compounded by necrophagia 
in addition to a textbook case of halitosis. Says he's an E.E., 
too. Round one goes to Residence Halls, whoever they are. 
With that jerk around I can't slam no ham, so I'd better get 

5 to work. And within a few days a seriousness overtakes you, 
the eighth time you here the word 'cum'. Maybe not in ex- 
actly these terms, but you soon realize that man can will 
nothing unless he has first understood that he can count on 
no one but himself; that he is alone, abandoned on earth in 
the midst of his infinite responsibilities, without help, with no 
other destiny than the one he forges for himself on this earth. 

— Sartre 

6 The first attempts at merging; some found immediate suc- 
cess, some didn't try, laying in a cautious wait; others were 
repulsed by polar phenomenon, but all found varying degrees 
of disappointment due to an omnipresent black border of im- 
movability, of a disturbingly unknown source. There is no 

8 cosmic vision that makes the graduate student spin out an- 
swers in out-of-the-blue images and alien symbols, in the 
manner of an Einstein or a Dirac. The mentality is that of an 
engineer: grab a problem, inhale its every detail, and grind it 
into submission with twenty-hour days and brown bag lunches. 

— Sat. Rev. of the Sci. Initial diligence by imitation of the 
grad turks quickly pays off, but at 7:15 A.M. one wonders 

9 whether he should enter the realm of total or even partial 
committment. Its tempting though: one simple goal, good re- 
sults, too, for as Dryden knew, there is a pleasure in being 

10 mad which none but madmen know. Besides, look at these 
guys; they're Great. Boy, oh boy, if I knew one-tenth of what 

12 they know . . . Maybe I'll do it. But thanks to in-the-nick-of- 
time distractions, Joe Bag-of-Donuts doesn't. Providing con- 
stant reminders that there exist other conceivable areas of 
interest, liberated Betty Boops, or as Big Al calls 'em, En- 
gineerettes, are a distracting must for the tuned eye as they 
gracefully strewn lower campus, spreading cheer and funky 
smells to those who qualify for the lofty honor of a smile 
or a touch on the arm by well machined digits. As even 
wise old Linderman attests to. 



14 Against boredom even the gods struggle in vam, Nietzsche 
tells us, as Sir Issac Newton concurs with his second law of 
human nature: Every body continues in its state of rest, or 
of uniform motion in a right line, unless it is compelled to 
change that state by forces impressed upon it; most faculty 
are familiar enough with this law to use it in their every course 
while others still deny its validity. 

17 The spaceship Dravo caught in a rare moment of repose 
during an unscheduled disciplinary landing. 

18 Certainly the most theraputic aspect of Lehigh's world famous 
intramural program is its massive offering of stage time to 
potential Master Thespians who just never had the chance. 

19 Asymetry with coordination is the key to any photograph of 
worth. However symetry violations in sport are often the 
downfall of many a coordinated team, the demise being less 
severe if the potential had never appeared. 

20 Such was the case as the soccer team royally blew the cham- 
pionship against Bucknell; as the wearied unsuccessful reas- 
sembled for a final comforting of souls, at least one was un- 
able to repress the futility of his efforts — possibly on both 
sides of the mountain. 

21 But for others, the future looks bright. 

22 Saucon Valley was tidied up, the Campus Police were foiled 
and befuddled once again, and that $16,000 education was 
aptly put to use as Asa Packer's nation prepared itself for 
the usual ridiculosities of Alumni Weekend. The only inter- 
esting product of the entire affair was a front page quote in 
the Bethlehem Globe-Times from Police Chieftain Donchez 
who described the attack on the steeples by Taylor Hall as 
"unfair and downright unkind", noting that the assault must 
have taken place during the night shift's nap period, behind the 
Physics building. 

24 It's uncanny. All participating factions of the nation know 
exactly what to do, when to do it, and even how to, without 
even a scent of a memo from the Registrar or Residence Halls. 
Down to every last person, it's just uncanny. 

25 The seeming concern over futbaw muscle-man Jimmy Case is 
well warranted due to the painful extraction of water and 
some associated goo-goos from his forehead with a hyper- 
dermic so big that it had to be safaried in from the Hell 
Center by three turbanned O.E.A. rejects chanting "Bwana 
gotta play". After the draining session, he justs plays on, as 

27 does the band as the team forgets to run through its pretty 
human hall of homage for the 14th time in a row. 

28 If your playing, any spectator is intimidating. But like players, 
they can be ranked: here peer pressure is the weakest, with Mr. 
Fabricmill's dream walking a close, impotent second. But the 
third is to be feared and dreaded, for the Olympian is a 
difficult foe to oppose, since they've got the bongo-bucks 
that may or may not let you finish, depending. 

30 Never buy a Vivitar, buy a Nikkor. 

32 Sint, spent, and silent, defensive madman Larry Warren 
helplessly watches his counterparts stymie his comrades as 
a powerful Penn wreaks havoc on the Engineer's prided of- 
fense. It was at night, though, which was unfair, so no count- 
sies. 

33 Piqued, pining, and pissed that he woke up in the middle of 
another thrill packed Waterhole Lecture, Isadore Isolation 
politely ponders the prolixity of pallid platituder Paul Franz 
pedagogically professing the 'propriateness of Paleolithic pay- 
ments, principles, and profits, while additionally purposely 
pontificating upon his personal pandering and progressive pride. 
Isadore and Larry are boatmates. 



34 So you begin to realize you're in a little trouble when you 
start hallucinating in mid-morning, when even the open areas 
are somehow closed, and when these thoughts don't dis- 
sipate like they used to. Inanimate shapes begin to talk to 
you, and furthermore, worse, their relationships to each other 
seem to symbolize relationships in your life; I'm definitely 
gonna get some sleep tonight. 

38 But it doesn't help. So you wander down to Pep Boys to buy 
a =2 grip. Not much good, though, as strange turns to 
bizarre, which is now normal, so it's O.K. 

39 Some disagree. 

40 God surely planned the pattern: Each thread, the dark and the 
fair. Is chosen by his Master skill. And placed in the web 
with care. — Unknown. Burdened with the responsibility of 
the self, its tonnage, bending, yet stiff, cold, stark — those 
good ol' days. 

42 Sometimes the only thing that greets you besides the funky 
wake of a passing marbelette, is a season. If that is the case, 
get a =3. 

44 Culture comes to Derivativeville as Arthur Tweedler and the 
Engineer Bops Orchestra do their thing while vocal Czar 
Benji Cutler toys with the angelic boxes of visiting Smithies 
who came down expecting to see what frats were like. And 
it wasn't because of the snowplow. 

46 The Businessman, and Co. toil over some U.C. think drink 
as others nearby think of drink and their dink. 

48 To think is to teach; to learn is to be taught to think by a 
thinker; but to train is to lift weights and run, and training 
is for dogs. 

Whatever be the detail with which you cram your student, 
the chance of his meeting in after-life life exactly that detail 
is almost infinitesimal; and if he does meet it, he will probably 
have forgotten what you taught him about it. The really useful 
training yields a comprehension of a few general principles 
with a thorough grounding in the way they apply to a variety 
of concrete details. In subsequent practice the men will have 
forgotten your particular details; but they will remember by 
an unconscious common sense how to apply principles to im- 
mediate circumstances. — Alfred North Whitehead 

50 Our religion is no different . from any other. It too has dif- 
ferent and various forms, but what counts is that your de- 
vout. We have, for instance, a certain idolatry of grades, those 
five holy letters that reach from above to twist and shape 
your very destiny. In the chapel and at home, on the wood 
and metal desks of the altars, you make the sacrifices of time, 
work, sleep, and all the other things necessary to placate this 
angry god. A religion, perhaps not too lasting, but what mat- 
ters is if your devout. — Alec Meiklejohn 

54 Dwellers by the sea cannot fail to be impressed by the sight 
of its ceaseless ebb and flow, and are apt, on the principles of 
that rude philosophy of sympathy and resemblance ... to 
trace a subtle relation, a secret harmony, between its tides 
and the tides of man, — Sir James Frazer. Those damn shapes 
reappear but this time with more significance since now your 
convinced that they are not merely random patterns, but 
sentences which begin to form paragraphs which begin to form 
a theme which begins to form a sole idea which is not so nice. 

56 Ideas shattered, ideals lost, pathways obscured by physical and 
mental fog, the whole conspires in an unnerving convergence 
upon him who deserves this not. 

57 Taylor Gym, home of the frustrated. 

58 Pugliese, poor devil. 

59 In intensive training for Nationals, Player-Coach Thad Turner 



displays one of his favorite moves. This is but one of his many 
successful mat-side take-downs which carried him all the way 
to Iowa and the discerning eye of ABC's Jim McKay, who 
queried, "What could possibly make grown men act like this?", 
referring specifically to an instant replay of Terrible Thad 
shooting for a fine double leg on a local chair. 

60 Returning veteran grappler Greg Karabin had his man cradled 
when his inopportune roll was cashed in on as cradling posi- 
tions reversed for a quick pin against Lehigh. Glenn Grant's 
only problem was that he had lent the Duker his Foster Grants, 
i.e. they were broken during the previous pin. 

61 You have to feel sort of sorry for the poor bloke who has to 
wrestle Sculley because of that ungodly icy methodology, which 
is as irremovable as the zits on Mohler's kids. 

62 There were three ominous meetings of Frick and Fritz this 
season, this last one being the most devastating since Fritz 
had to pull out a confused referee's decision late Saturday 
morning in order to meet a fresh Frick in the early afternoon. 
Even though the usual quickness, power, and awesome con- 
centration were present, the Big Apple was also, and it domi- 
nated. 

63 Friday evening, after semifinals at Nationals. 

64 I'm glad for my fingers, 
I'm glad for my tosies, 
I'm glad that last night, 
I slept down at Rosie's. 

65 The milling Pros, demonstrating the most crucial ingredient 
for successfully working at Lehigh. 

66 South Bethlehem. 

68 The reason for South Bethlehem. 

70 Examples of reasons not to like the reason for South Bethlehem. 
72 Feel pretty good but don't really want to? Think about the 
whys of this spread. 

74 Now that Packer Chapel knows you, it will silently shout 
to you if you care to listen. Or dare to. 

75 Exit from Packard Lab. 

76 And those goddamn shapes reappear again, but finally, they're 
not that scary anymore, they now make sense. 

78 No question. — Nikkor. 

80 The excerpts listed are from Journalism Ace Bill White's 
latest book, "The Lehigh Papers". Months of black turtle- 
necks, Foster Grants, and glued lips were culminated on August 
15, 1974 at 4:34 A.M., when one weary William banged out 
the last period of the manuscript, which totals out to 3,853 
pages. "Whew", remarked Big Bill with his usual innovative 
wit and eloquence, as he collapsed over his smouldering type- 
writer. His on-looking and proud mother noted that "he de- 
serves the rest", explaining that little Billie had pulled an all- 
monther in order to wrap up the project. Such was the single 
minded dedication throughout the academic year as wheeling- 
dealing Les Whitten, Jr. relentlessly scraped and raped any 
and all for these priceless documents. The completed 1974 
edition may, of course, be purchased in the bookstore for 
$132.95 with a validated F'74 I.D. card. 

82 The Campus Crawl. 

83 Streaking Thursday, the quad. 

84 R.C.S. 

90 The ending, speeding past as quickly as the rest did, and the 
first decision in four or twenty-one years, depending, proves 
to be traumatic for all but the set few who knew from page 
3 that they would sign with daddy and would someday drive 
a 1992 Fleetwood, with which they would register their wide- 
eyed offspring. 

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'Tis so much to be a king that 
he only is so by being so. The 
strange luster that surrounds him 
conceals and shrouds him from 
us; our sight is therefore broken 
and dissipated, being stopped and 
tilled by the prevailing light. 

Montaigne 




W. Deming Lewis, President 



98 Admiyiistration 



The Olympian is a difficult foe to oppose. 
Homer 




Albert Charles Zettlemoyer, Provost und Vice PreiiiimI 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Honorary Trustee 
Ralph L. Wilson 

Corporate Members Emeritii 
Andrew E. Buchanan, Jr. 
Allen C. DuBois 
Leonard M. Horton 
Kenneth L. Issacs 
H. Randolph Maddox 
Frank L. Magee 
Frank W. Sterrett 
Hugh P. McFadden 

Corporate Members 
Edward A. Curtis 
William B. Eagleson, Jr. 
Edwin H. Gott 
C. Lester Hogan 
Harold S. Mohler 
Monroe J. Rathbone 
Ivor D. Sims 
Edwin H. Snyder 
Donald B. Stabler 



Members Elected by Alumni 
Malcolm Carrington, Jr. 
Kirk P. Pendleton 
Walter 5. Holmes, Jr. 
Dean T. Stevenson 
Alfred G. Blake 
Stephen F. Goldmann 
William C. Hittinger 
Morgan J. Cramer 



Appointed Trustees 
W. Frederic Colclough 
S. Murray Rust, Jr. 
Frank C. Rabold 
James H. Walker 
Leonard P. Pool 
Frederick Seitz 
Edmund F. Martin 
Frank G. Kear 
Dexter F. Baker 



Administration 99 




Eric Van Tine Ottervik, Vice President of Planning 



100 Administration 



But if the superior has reached his level of in- 
competence, he will probably rate his subordinates 
in terms on institutional values: he will see 
competence as the behavior that supports the 
rules, rituals and forms of the status quo. 
Promptness, neatness, courtesy to superiors, in- 
ternal paper work, will be highly regarded. 

frcm the Peter Principle 

Richard Moore Spriggs, Vice President of Adminiilralion 





Elmer William Click, Viiv Pre'^uienl ami Treasurer 



Administration 101 




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101 Administration 




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the thing, it's th' money. 

Abe Martin 



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104 Administration 




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of egotism, pride, hardness, and cunning. 
But all those things will be forgiven him, 
indeed, they will be regarded as high 
qualities, if he can make of them the 
means to achieve great ends. 

Anonymous 






Aiiniiniitniticn 105 



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place, it is no dishonor to him to halt 

at the second, or even at the third. 

Cicero 




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108 Administration 




Work is accomplished by those employ- 
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of incompetence. 

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Samual Harold Missimer, Director of Admiaion 



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The 1974 Epitome 




Yahia Al-Hassan 
Bob Bacheler 
Tom Betzwieser 
Mary Beth Camarda 
Effie Combias 
Bill Criqui 
Andy Dember 
Craig Lemle 



Larry Miller 
Andie Siegel 
Steve Sturgis 
Dave Sullivan 
Goodloe Suttler, 
Weasie Tutelian 
Jim Wilmott 
Dave Worrall 



Editor-in-Chief 



114 Activities 



Yearbook Theory 

Part I 

So you want to work on the yearbook, huh? What posi- 
tion would you Hke? Liberated Libra? TantaHzing Taurus? 
Or maybe you would prefer the less painful but still in- 
novative Capricorn. Whatever you choose, please plan on 
getting screwed. This is, of course, not to say that year- 
booking guarantees you getting your rocks off all over some 
layout editor's face, or even to insinuate that the meetings 
invariably conclude with a group grope in which you are 
able to release all those academic tensions through your 
seminal canal. Ney. It is to say that if you join the yearbook 
staff your in for a pantload of work. Work which eludes a 
very accurate description other than being just work work. 
Like the homework assignments for crotchety ol' Prof. 
Stillborn whose wife had left him this semester because he 
had gotten a new cat-of-nine tails which really hurt so that 
now it's up the old anal with you guys; or how about that 
asshole of a grad student that you had for E.R. 233, who was 
determined to restore the Lehigh of the sixties from which 
he is a miscarried remnant, so he demands that your recita- 
tion do an additional 7 book reports for him and for Le- 
high. Work work is a bite. Simple. 

You're in the impeding reading room of Linderman, 
thinking, Jesus, how the hell am 1 going to get all this jazz 
done? Jesus, you remark as you lean forward reluctantly 
reaching for that insipidly indifferent book with which you 
are forced to intercourse. Christ, there must be an easier 
way, there must be, . . . but, as you have known all along, 
there really isn't. 

Same goes for the yearbook. With two compounding 
factors. When you think about it, there aren't a whole lot 
of things more ridiculous than a yearbook. An annual. A 
crass volume of short term and long term Nostalgia. What 
could be more ridiculous than sitting around reminiscing 
about those good oI' days? In the back of just about every- 
one's mind is a holding of the utter triviality of a yearbook, 
regarding it at best as a semi-necessary publiAtion which 
other people enjoy more than yourself. Christ, no one would 
dare date you if word got out you enjoyed thumbing 
through an idiotic yearbook. It is this attitude which di- 
minishes the significance of the work and makes the effort 
that much more difficult. The second impediment is the 
type of work to be performed: it sucks. God, does it suck, 
from the first day when you think that this preliminary 
crap will soon be over and the real creativity can be tackled 
with all your genius and ingenuity and enthusiasm which 
you had when you signed up for the thing. Well, Bidet, 
swallow real hard because you're real wrong, Somehow, 
it's really uncanny, the tasks trickle down from the top and 
they just don't seem to stop sucking. Maybe it was the 
indelicate manner in which you kneed the associate editor 
when he tried to ram his hand up your unusually appealing 
dress, maybe it's your dog breath, or maybe it's the remote 
possibility of you being a completely incompetent douche 
bag, but in any case the work just won't quit sucking and 
maybe you can quit pretty soon. 

Then comes that painful day when you see that the editor 
also is besieged by crap work, the only difference being 
that he has more of it than you do. Whew, I thought I 
was the only one around here with shitful jobs, you think, 
suddenly realizing that, Christ, if the EDITOR doesn't have 
all the good jobs, then . . , Christ, who the hell DOES? 



Is it that asshole of a photoeditor, I never see him turking 
on this garbage, layout editor maybe? What goes here . . .? 

Then comes deadline time; it really doesn't matter whether 
you only have one at June 1st or whether the first of your 
stupid copy is due on Dec. 11th, you're gonna miss it 
either way. Or at best it's gonna be tight. A Psychiatrist's 
paradise, that's what that mephetic pit is you call an of- 
fice is at deadline time. It is very simply a trauma the 
likes of which few expect and fewer can handle; staff 
members and editors alike fold like one-legged Green 
Stamp tables, while their work unevenly heaps up on the 
collective shit-cake. God, how the hell will this crap. . . . 
And it's just about this time that the editor calmly suggests 
that all remaining staff members begin attending chapel 
services regularly, begin taking their religion seriously, 
like your pop would, and also recommends that you wrap 
up your immediate academic commitments because soon 
the shit will calmly hit the fan and there really won't be 
much time for other things. He suggests this, calmly no less. 

24 hours later you find yourself in a dilemma meeting; 
it seems like a skit of the White House's Watergate cover 
up meetings in which the remaining pros sat around in a 
disturbingly quiet room uneasily shifting their weight 
back and forth while trying to remain calm as they discussed 
various aspects of the approaching tidal wave and how 
their doomed pier was going to react. It is during this de- 
liberation that each wave rider suddenly realizes that he is 
about to be wiped out by a blast which allows no survivors. 
Perhaps this angry god may be placated by the reasonable 
sacrifice of two all-nighters. Maybe I can get my roomy to 
help somewhat. Desperate thoughts for desperate men. 
Which as it turns out is not nearly as desperate as you 
should have been at that desperation meeting. 

The U.S. Coast Guard and the editor were wrong. It's 
here already. The 16 hour days turn into unexpected all 
nighters and the all nighters turned out to be bunched 
right together, and at 3:46 A.M. you, as well as everybody 
else, realize that firstly, the work finished so far resembles 
the first one inch diameter turdball of a guy who's been 
constipated for 8 days and he had to strain for the one 
incher, secondly that you have some how drunk so much 
coffee that your genitals have shrunk to the size of a nine 
year old's who spent the day in an overly chlorinated pool, 
and thirdly, what your doing is real stupid, I mean, Christ, 
if I were a brilliant grad student and the world was hanging 
on my every equation, maybe I could keep working, but 
THIS shit, Christ, I'm bagging it. See you assholes later. 

And so it goes, for as long as it takes to get it done, and 
sure enough, after setting and resetting endurance records 
which would have sent Edison heading for the switch, the 
end slowly curves into view and after a few more 48 hour 
stretches, which now do not appear as blatent assaults on 
your nervous system but the norm, the invisible end pops up 
right in front of you and says hello you dripping orafice, 
feel neat? God, are you stupid, and then vaporizes right 
there in front of you. No bands. No corks. Not even mom- 
my to tell you that you did a great job and should be proud 
of it. No one. Alone, exhausted, poisoned by an ungodly 
combination of Maxim and a dirty immersion coil, everyone 
dissipates, with a remnant grimness which can't be shaken, 
knowing that somewhere in there are stupid mistakes, re- 
luctant compromises, total abortions, and alot of stupidity 
which some day will appear as mildly humorous but presently 
seems pretty regrettable. 



Activities 115 




BROWN AND WHITE 



B- Hemlet, B. Kiefer, D. Arnesen, E. Kanzian, J. Bloom, D. Wilson, K. Flanagan, J. McFadden, P. 
Kline, H, Rodale, D. Klucsik, L. Eisenberg, B. Troy, G. Lewis, E. Connery, M. Baron, G. Blewis, 
J. Bick, L. Dries, B. Pirk, K. McGee, D. Harbough, M. Actis-Grande 



Indeed, if the press were to hang a 
sign out like every other trade, it would 
have to read: Here men are demoralized 
in the shortest possible time on the 
largest possible scale for the smallest 
possible price. 

Kierkegaard 

The lowest depth to which people 
can sink before God is defined by the 
word "Journalist" ... If I were a 
father and had a daughter who was 
seduced, I should not despair over her; 
I would hope for her salvation. But if 1 
had a son who became a journalist, 
and continued to be one for five years, 
I would give him up . . . 

Kierkegaard 







Bill White 



116 Activities 



Dave Brown 



Bob Goldich 



m6 







Modern lournalism justifies its own existence by the 
great Darwinism principle of the survival of the vulgarist 

Oscar Wilde 



Activilies 1 1 7 




MUSTARD 

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118 Acliviiies 




Activities 119 



GLEE CLUB 




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STUDENT ACTIVITIES COUNCIL 




Keith Nagy 
T. Heck 
J. Haney 
M. Ferrante 
B. Smith 
M. Linder 
S. Dyer 
T. Smith 

Dean R. Reeves 



1Z4 Activities 



FORUM STEERING COMMITTEE 




W. Smith 
A. Olivetti M. Kroll 

J. Fawls Dean J. Hunt 

Prof. E. DeAngeli Dean J. Karakash 

Prof. G. Krauss P- Maco 

E. Patterson N. Noel 

Chaplain H. Flesher 



Activities 115 




AMERICAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY 



Dr. S. Sprague, B. Cool, T. Fedynyshyn, M. Edelman, S, Predecor, P. Bellis, 
D. Kronenthal, P. Hanse, N. Person, E. Wynn, H. O'Connell, R. Amey, W. 
Rixey, D. Dugan, M. KIttek, R. Leiby. 



126 Activities 



STUDENT METALLURGY SOCIETY 




J. Aadland, C. Van Tine, A. Ramig, 5. Young, M. Anemm, C. Manucci, BB. Stellar, M. Hamilton, L. 
Thomas, B. Dunn, D. Knorr. 



Activities 127 



TOWN COUNCIL 




Row 1: J. Fasesky, B. Grunewald, D. Hentelman, B. Kelly, J. Lowe, B. Kincaid, T. Anewalt, 
K. Wendell, J. Mack, J. Hadinyak, M. Sattler, G. Confalone, V. Maslanka, C. Kiss, D. Klucsik, 
D. Laudenslager, K. Brugger, B. Check. -Row 2: R. Racosky, D. Siegfried, L. Duh, T. Nederostek, 
A. Romig, J. Spirk, G. Kralik, R. Ziegler, B. Lance. 



128 Activities 



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and district rally. 



130 Activities 




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F. Barber, C. McGivem, W. Hall, C. Oye, C. Nurde, R. Sedlak, J. Keller, 
J. Howie, E. Nissley, C. Hafer, D. Gauger, R. Burns, G. Ondra, G. Fried- 
man, M. Maida. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



B. Pettigrew, 
R. Frye, 

A. Chencinsk, 
M. McCready, 

B, Solt, 
K. Boctar, 
L. Leahy, 
M. Hutton, 
B. Geasa, 
S. Sharks, 
W. Jones, 
W. Kling, 
J. Hay, 

L. Deran, 
A. Stark. 




132 Activities 




PRELAW SOCIETY 



L. to R.: 
I. Kline, 
K. Gardner, 
K, Flannagan, 
G. Peterson, 
C. Freitag, 
V. Grassi, 
R. Williams. 




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FOOTBALL 



THE TEAM: 






56 


Jim Abeltin 


62 


Stan Fendryk 


15 


Jim Addonizio 


35 


Jim Gallagher 


14 


Joe Alleva 


41 


Rod Gardner 


21 


Steve Bates 


58 


John Gift 


52 


Jeff Bigach 


24 


Bob Handshue 


69 


Steve Bigach 


26 


Lyle Hogg 


75 


Gene Borgosz 


17 


Frank Kail 


37 


Mike Bowers 


25 


Damon Keyes 


66 


Ed Brader 


48 


Don Kingsbury 


78 


Jim Case 


65 


Scott Kress 


44 


Mike Chieco 


89 


Mike Lechner 


57 


Sheldon 








Church 


12 


Norman Liedke 


81 


L^rry Coffman 


22 


Bobby Liptak 


27 


Bill Connors 


64 


Dave Mancosh 


47 


Geoff Cramer 


51 


Phil McCarthy 


10 


Bruce Crystal 


34 


Tim McDonough 


23 


Jimmy Dutt 


55 


Roger McFillin 


79 


Pete Ellis 


11 


Kim McQuilken 


45 


Jim Farrell 


76 


Dan MulhoUand 


38 


Jerry Mullane 


33 


Mike Thomas 


70 


Bill Neil 


43 


Jack Tracy 


82 


Bill Piel 


83 


Bob Von Bergen 


73 


Bruce Pohlot 


63 


Larry Warren 


54 


Ken Probst 


36 


Glenn WiUard 


67 


Ed Purdy 


72 


Brent Willy 


50 


Jim Randolph 


85 


Grey Zenczak 


39 


John Rhoads 






86 


Jay Rich 


Coaches 


71 


Bill Roman 






80 


Ron Ross 


Fred Dunlap 


42 


Dan Ruppert 


Joh 


n Whitehead 


87 


Bill Schlegel 


Sam Sanders 


59 


Kord Scott 


Joh 


n Lukhardt 


71 


Greg Smith 


To 


m Gilburg 


68 


Charles Sonon Barry Fetterman 


18 


Joe Sterrett 


Joh 


n Bednarik 


40 


Bob Stewart 


Ed Hudak 


30 


Dick Stucky 









RESULTS 




V\'e 


They 


49 


Hofstra 





22 


Connecticut 


20 


13 


Rutgers 


31 


9 


Delaware 


21 


7 


Cornell 


7 


42 


Bucknell 


15 


20 


Penn 


27 


43 


Gettysburg 


15 


58 


Colgate 


26 


42 


Rochester 





45 


Lafayette 


13 


Blue Grass Bowl 




16 


W. Kentucky 


25 


Final Record 7- 


4-1 



What is Time? 

For Lehigh Football, four years has meant the transi- 
tion from mediocrity to National contenders. It has 
meant the development of the best Division II passing 
game in the country. It has meant the building of a 
consistently tough defense to go along with the ex- 
plosive offense. Finally, it has meant gaining a share 
of the Lambert Cup, along with traditional power 
Delaware, as the East's best Small College team. 

The story of the Lehigh Football transition can be 
measured by the performance of Kim McQuilken, who 
broke all of the University's passing records. During 
the 1973 season, he led the entire Nation in this de- 
partment. McQuilken's reward was being selected as 
the second draft pick of the NFL Atlanta Falcons. 
His favorite target was tight end Bill Schlegel, who 
set a new receiving mark at Lehigh, and was drafted 
by the new World Football League. 

While led by offensive stars McQuilken, Schlegel, 
and Freshman sensation Rod Gardner, the Lehigh 
success story was a complete team effort. A strong 
offensive line as well as some new defensive forma- 
tions were instrumental in producing this successful 
season. As a result of this success, recruiting should be 
bolstered leading to much gridiron success in the 
bright future. 



SpoWs 73 7 



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THE TEAM: First Row; Dave Cope, Mickey Yardis, Wayne Rogers, Brian Foraci, Steve Thatcher, Bill Love, John 
Covert (Coach), Joel Kershver, Second Row; Pete Hummel, Mark Cowell, Scott Strait, Elliot Michael, Stellan Thoren, 
Jim Barnes, Rick Bourie, Tom Pasquini. 



CROSS COUNTRY 



The glamour in witnessing a long distance run probably appeals to 
only the strong of heart and limb. In fact, a decided majority of uni- 
versity students have never viewed this test of man versus terrain. 
Though they live in the shadow of football and soccer, and receive but 
a fraction of the ink that they deserve, one must truly admire the 
efforts of the Cross Country team and their mentor, John Covert. Their 
success in competition in the past years has surpassed that of every 
other sport. 

1973 proved to be no exception to the rule. Although occasionally 
down they were never out. The team came from behind to capture a 
share of the MAC title. However the Cross Country team did re- 
linquish their hold of the IC4A crown by finishing fourth behind 
Bucknell. 

Some good underclassmen bolster Lehigh's hopes for the bright future. 



RESULTS 




We 


rhey 


19 St. Joseph's 


42 


29 Bucknell 


26 


15 Temple 


48 


17 West Chester 


38 


17 East Stroudsburg 


46 


20 Millersville 


40 


40 Manhattan 


21 


24 Central Connecticut 33 | 


24 Gettysburg 


33 


17 Lafayette 


43 


Canisius Invitational 


5th 


MAC Championships 


(tie) 




1st 


IC4A Championships 


4th 


Final Record 10 


-3-0 



U8 Sports 



SOCCER 



The best laid plans of all men often go array; and so it held true for 
the University's hooters. One nemesis lay between them and glory. One 
game lay between them and fame . . . but it was not to be. On the last 
game of the season, the team dropped a tough 3-0 decision to the 
Bisons of Bucknell, depriving the Engineers of a Conference Champion- 
ship. 

A rough season in that respect, but a fine improvement reversing the 
previous year's 5-S record. Memorable wins against Lafayette, Muhlen- 
berg, and LaSalle along with a superbly played 1-0 setback to number 
ten ranked Hartwick, added to the excitement of the season. 

"Great Expectations" says the banner for Lehigh's bright future in 
Soccer. 





RESULTS 




v\ 


e 


They 


1 


Muhlenberg 








Hartwick 


1 


1 


LaSalle 





1 


Delaware 


2 


4 


Rutgers 


2 


1 


Drexel 








Penn 


6 


3 


Gettysburg 





4 


Rider 


3 


1 


West Cheste 


4 


4 


Lafayette 


1 


1 


Swarthmore 








Bucknell 







THE TEAM: (not in any particular order) L. Keller, W. Stearns, D. Friedlein, L. Oliphant, J. Pema, H. Kelly, D. Lucard, T White, 
K. Soder, H. Pratty, G. Parris, J. O'Donnell, T. Klonick, W. Altenpohl, K. McGee, B. Weick, S. Rahmes, A. Monchack, F. Hart- 
man, W. Strzepek, T. Sotzig. 



Sports 139 



BASKETBALL 



How does one describe the '73-'74 basketball season? 

Imagine yourself walking through a tunnel. With each succeeding 
step it gets bleaker and bleaker. Just as you are about to give up 
hope a faint glimmer of light appears around the final turn. 

Such was the case of the Lehigh Basketball team as three late sea- 
son victories were the only spark of light in an otherwise dark year. 
Norm Liedtke was the only senior remaining from an outstanding 
freshman team. Thus the '73-'74 squad was highly inexperienced, 
and at times turnovers were more common than baskets. The result 
was a new school record for consecutive losses before the team was 
able to put together a strong effort to win a game against Muhlenberg 
in their sixteenth attempt. Ultimately the remainder of the season 
was dedicated to giving experience to many freshmen who hope to 
bring Lehigh basketball back to respectability. 

The highlight of the year came in a thrilling overtime victory over 
arch rival Lafayette in the last home game of the season. This late 
season spark should yield a brighter picture in years to come as the 
current players gain more experience and are aided by additional 
bright recruits. 







RESULTS 




We 




They 


We 




They 


37 


Lasalle 


87 


48 


Rutgers 


78 


67 


Elizabethtown 


78 


49 


Colgate 


73 


41 


Drexel 


73 


55 


Bucknell 


56 


45 


Delaware 


76 


73 


Muhlenburg 


63 


60 


Virginia 


87 


57 


Rider 


62 


62 


Wagner 


67 


70 


Gettysburg 


81 


65 


Citadel 


83 


63 


Lafayette 


92 


63 


Charleston Baptis 


t 81 


54 


Delaware 


72 


44 


G. Washington 


80 


61 


Bucknell 


55 


47 


East Carolina 


60 


63 


Gettysburg 


78 


65 


Scranton 


68 


88 


Lafayette 


87 


58 


E. Stroudsburg 


72 


65 


Rider 


71 






Final Record 3-21-0 





THE TEAM: (Clockwise from coach Pugliese) R. Zajack, F. Markosky (mgr), C. 
McNaran, N. Liedtke, R. Leggett (coach), F. Lynam, P. Muilaney, W. Miiiigan, H. 
Lambert, D. Packer, G. Brown, R. Price, P. Brandenburg, S. Zambo, D. Kistler, C. Brown. 



140 Sports 




Sports 141 




WRESTLING 



A team of superlatives; the winningest, the losingest, and an in- 
dividual who was the best. 

While undertaking the longest, and possibly the most challenging 
schedule in University history, the grapplers were able to retain their 
string of consecutive winning seasons. The team was often within one 
move of achieving the "BIG" victory which would have made for a 
truly sensational season. Tough setbacks at the hands of Oregon 
State, Cal Poly, and Penn State were symbolic of their frustrations. 

However, this is not meant to set a disheartening note regarding 
this past season, as for the first time in four years Lehigh was able 
to crack into the Nation's top ten. The reason for this high finish was 
greatly due to the efforts of Tom Sculley, who proved himself to be 
the best in the country in the 134 pound weight class. The National 
crown was a fitting climax to an undefeated campaign which saw him 
set a new school record for victories by an individual in one season. 

Although the shoes of Tom Sculley will be hard to fill, the future 
of Lehigh Wrestling still appears bright as all other National point 
scorers will return next season. 

P. S. Look for second at Easterns in '75. 



142 Sports 




THE TEAM: B. Sloand, M. Frick, P. Sculley, F. Vajda (Mgr), T. Sculley, G. 
Grant, T. Turner (Coach), P. Sclar (Mgr), D. Santoro, G. Leeman (Coach), 
H. Campbell (Coach), T. Toth-Fejel, G. Barkanic, B. Dixon, Dr. Havack, T. 
DeStito, D. McCorkel, J. Duke. 







RESULTS 




We 




They 


We 




They 


22 


Wilkes 


15 


20 


Slippery Rock 


15 


36 


Princeton 


6 


12 


Navy 


20 


25 


Maryland 


8 


39 


Bucknell 





14 


Michigan State 


20 


34 


Army 





17 


Oregon State 


18 


15 


Penn State 


18 


14 


California Poly 


17 


38 


Columbia 


5 


32 


Arizona 


10 


27 


Rutgers 


12 


22 


Southern Illinois 


16 








9 


Iowa 


25 


EIWA 3rd Place 




14 


Iowa State 


20 


NCAA 9th Place 




24 


Pittsburgh 


6 








21 


Oregon State 


15 


Final Record 14-7 




23 


Indiana State 


17 








33 


Cornell 


8 









Sports 113 



THE TEAM: E. Katterman, W. Cochran, P. Bechtel, N. Bergquist, F. Manella, D. Cahoon (Coach), R. Corelli, D. Marfone, M. 
Dale, G. Brown, W. Cummings, ]. Cookingham, R. Ohwa, L. Befizzi, R. Benoit, P. Gadkowski (Coach), ]. Marino (Mgr), K. 
Ludlum, P. Grady, R. Frey, C. Miner, D. Hansen, M. Rinaldi, P. Prohodski. 



HOCKEY 



New Coach, Don "Toots" Cahoon, along with an increase in practice 
time were major factors that helped to produce Lehigh's best Hockey 
team in recent years. The young Engineer squad captured the MAC 
Championship and were within one victory of consideration for a 
post season tournament invitation. 

The future for Lehigh Hockey appears to be very bright, and only 
the lack of a skating facility on or near campus might keep hockey 
from becoming one of Lehigh's most popular overall sports. 





RESULTS 




We 


They 


2 


Penn State 


2 


4 


Penn State 


3 


1 


Elmira 


11 


7 


Lafayette 


1 


3 


Essex Club 


3 


11 


Shippensburg 


2 


2 


Ithaca 


7 


5' 


Rutgers 


2 


9 


Allentown Hawks 


2 


6 


Lafayette 


2 


5 


Villanova 


3 


6 


Brooklyn U. 


3 


1 


Rutgers 


2 


2 


N. Penn Eagles 


3 


4 


Villanova 


2 


1 


Elmira 


8 


8 


Allentown Hawks 


3 


Final Record 10-5-2 





J44 Sports 



RIFLE 



Many times a high degree of success is taken for granted. One 
just naturally expects that such success will continue forever. Thus 
a just recognition is often not forthcoming. 

Similarly the phenomenal success of the rifle team is very often 
overshadowed by the "glamour" sports at Lehigh. However, it is the 
rifle team which is one of the University's most superior squads. 
This year's team proved to be no exception as they compiled a fine 
6-1 record in their conference dropping only a close decision to Kings 
Point. Year in and year out the rifle team is a constant winner, per- 
haps the most constant of all the athletic teams. Sgt. -Major Kress 
deserves a great deal of credit for his consistent ability to elicit the 
most from his shooters. With caplain Ken Miller and other riflemen 
returning Lehigh's future continues to look bright. 

It's time the student body showed that they appreciate the efforts 
of this fine squad. Yeah. 





RESULTS 




We 




They 


2618 


West Point 


2812 


1268 


Kings 


1292 


1284 


Scranton 


1219 


1254 


Bucknell 


1198 


1298 


Kutztown 


1191 


1294 


Kings 


1283 


1295 


Scranton 


1243 


1243 


Kutztown 


1183 


1294 


Bucknell 


973 


1294 


Kings 


1336 


Final Record 7-3 


-0 



THE TEAM: First row; K. Miller, R. Lafollette, P. Adelman, VV. Andrew Second row; C. Jubok, R. Lalley, D. Edelen, 5GM 
J. Kress (coach), C. Bupp, E. Haffner. 




SWIMMING 




THE TEAM: First row; B. Gardner (coach), M. Hotchkiss, B. Hoffman, R. Blose, C. Brever, J. Manfredo, B. Kirker, 
D. Bartels (mgr), L. Biaman (mgr). Second row; R. Roth, J, Straker, J. Koester, S. Eisner, K. Lefever, R. Hill, J. 
Ritter, M. Stahler, R. Barnett (coach). Third row; S. Folsom, T. Dilger, R. Mohilsky, D. Stephens, G. Ferric, J. 
Brobson, 5. Handerhan. 





RESULTS 




We 




They 


69 


E. Stroudsburg 44 


57 


Syracuse 


66 


44 


Colgate 


69 


39 


Fordham 


72 


64 


Delaware 


49 


62 


Rutgers 


51 


64 


Gettysburg 


49 


45 


Lasalle 


68 


70 


Lafayette 


43 


40 


Pennsylvania 


72 


30 


Bucknell 


83 


MAC Championsh 


ip 8th 


Final Record 


5-6-0 



Bob Roth's performance in the 200 yard breast stroke in the 1974 
Middle Atlantic Conference meet might have won a championship 
in 1973. However this year it simply brought him a fifth place finish. 
This fact is symbolic of the Lehigh University Swimming team's ina- 
bility to keep up with the improvement of their opponents. 

The Mermen were led to a dismal 8th place finish in the conference 
tournament where in past years they usually contended for the cham- 
pionship. Coach Gardner's explanation for Lehigh's fall was that the 
Swimming team recruits on a small college level but is forced to com- 
pete against major college teams. The only optimism comes from the 
fact that all but two members of this year's team will return and 
hopefully will show some improvement. So the future does look bright. 



746 S];ioris 





RESULTS 




w 


e 


They 


T 


Delaware 


7 


Q 


Muhlenberg 





5 


Stroudsburg 


4 





Swarthmore 


9 


4 


Rider 


5 


3 


F& M 


6 


5 


Gettysburg 


4 


6 


Temple 


3 


6 


Rutgers 


3 


6 


Drexel 


3 





Alumni 


3 


7 


Lafayette 


-> 





Penn State 





Final Record 


8-5 



TENNIS 



Once again the burden of capturing the All-Sports trophy fell on 
the shoulders of the Tennis Team, and as last year, the engineer net- 
men were up to the task with a smashing 7-2 triumph over arch- 
rival Lafayette which enabled the university to retain the coveted 
trophy. 

After dropping tough decisions at the outset of the season, the 
raqueteers finished strong capturing six out of the last seven matches. 
Since the squad contained nine freshman who gained valuable ex- 
perience, the future for this team should be extremely bright. 




THE TEAM; Kevin Kennedy, Gerry McCIune, Art Smith |r., Jake Chacko, Peter Moss, Allen Wroe, Bob Kirker, Gary Kent, Kevin McCarthy 



Sports 74" 




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THE TEAM: Craig Anderson (coach), Stan Schultz (Coach), Jim Wheeler, Paul Harzell, Stan Sterner, Rich Dempsey, Joe McDonald, 
Rich Noble, Bruce Ulissi, Bill Jaques, Mark Edwards, Ken Cooke, Doug Wilson, Mike Deschler, Mark Smith, Mark Mactas, 
Steve Dunkleberger, Joe Carroll, Bill Barry, Mike Pahuta. 



BASEBALL 







RESULTS 






We 




They 


We 




They 


1 


Georgia Southern 


10 


2 


Rutgers 


4 


3 


Georgia Southern 


8 


8 


West Chester 


4 


2 


Georgia Southern 


10 


13 


Muhlenberg 


1 


3 


Central Michigan 


8 





Gettysburg 


1 


4 


Central Michigan 


18 


4 


Gettysburg 


2 


2 


Georgia Southern 


14 


6 


Rutgers 


5 


4 


Armstrong State 


3 


3 


Lafayette 


9 


6 


Armstrong State 


1 


13 


Lafayette 


12 


13 


Kutztown 


1 


2 


Fordham 


4 


2 


Penn 


5 





Delaware 


6 


4 


Penn State 


2 


1 


Delaware 


9 


3 


Bucknell 





5 


Scranton 


5 


3 


Bucknell 


1 














Final Record 11-13 


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It is most difficult to get a hit if one starts with two 
strikes against him. Similarly, it is difficult to have a 
sensational record when one starts a season by dropping 
its first six games. This is the case with the university 
baseball team, as they suffered through a disastrous 
early season against inferior competition during their 
annual Southern trip. They did rebound, however, 
to salvage a fair record by winning eleven of their 
next eighteen, highlighted by a 13-12 victory over 
Lafayette. 

Many bright spots appeared for Coach Schultz, 
most notably, the pitching of Stan Sterner, who tied 
the school record for victories in a season. Numerous 
other "heroes" aided the engineer cause, but the 
over-all success or failure of the squad was a team 
effort. More important than the team record indicates, 
is the valuable experience obtained by some of the 
rookies. Like many of the Lehigh athletic teams, the 
spotlight was on youth, which should lead to bright 
things in the future. 



14-8 Sports 



The 1973 Lacrosse team was perhaps the best in the University's 
history. How could they possibly follow this act . . . the answer is, 
THEY COULDN'T. And the future looks pretty crummy. 




LACROSSE 



THE TEAM: Lucien Alexis, Bill Altenpohl, Paul Barnes, Lou Berizzi, Bill Bolton, Ken 
Buck, Bill Cochran, Dave Coffin, Mike Dale, Robert Denis, Thomas Dimm, Henry 
Donaldson, Nat Drake, Bryan Dunn, Roland East, Alex Fredrick, Kevin Gardner, Bill 
Graveson, |ohn Groses, Dick Harris, Edward Helgans, John Howard, Mike Kane, Jess 
Kirsch, Peter Ludlum, Craig McBeth, Phil McCarthy, Jacob Rich, Mike Ryan, Robert 
Saydah, Paul Schmitt, Steve Skeen, Robert Spagnola, Tim Tripp, Rod Waters, Barry 
Wood, Stewart Yin, Greg Zenczak, Paul Zimmerman 







RESULTS 








We 




They 


We 






They 


6 


Bowdoin 


12 


5 


F & M 




19 


3 


Wilkes 


lb 


13 


Lafayette 




17 


6 


Bucknell 


7 


16 


Stevens 




1 


6 


Drexel 


19 


11 


Penn State 




19 


2 


Delaware 


10 


8 


W. Marylar 


d 


10 


19 


Swarthmore 


9 










8 


Gettysburg 


7 


Fina 


1 Record 3 


-9 





Sports 149 




THE TEAM: J. Abeltin, G. Banzhoff, J. Barnes, B. Beam, C. Beechwood, J. Bender, J. Besemer, S. Bigach, A. Borges, R. Bourie, 
R. Byren, D. Cope, M. Cowell, D. Crewell, A. Dance, L. DiSabatino, J. Dutt, D. Franke, R. Goldman, G. Gorab, M. Grady, 
M. Green, T. Hansen, P. Johnson, T. Justice, M. Kaskiw, D. Kennedy, J. Kershner, J. Kilroy, J. Koester, D. Koons, K. Lanke- 
nau, S. MacDonald, E. Michael, J. Mitchell, G. Parris, T. Pasquini, L. Perrelli, B. Pohlot, D. Poole, K. Probst, E. Resch, L. 
Schroeder, S. Scott, O. Sinnott, T. Smith, B. Spengel, S. Strait, B. Swartwout, C. Tenenbaum, S. Thatcher, S. Thoren, R. Valk, 
J. Vargo, S. Wheeler, G. Willard, B. Williams, R. Williams, J. Woynarowski, S. Wymore, M. Yardis, J. Covert (coach), B. 
Fetterman (coach), S. Sanders (coach). 



For years the Lehigh University relay team entered the Penn relays 
and inevitably returned empty handed, but this was not to be in 1974 
as the Medley relay team captured a 4th place finish and in a quali- 
fying round set a new University record. Also the 2-mile relay team 
finished 8th in the same tournament. 

Two second place finishes, one by Mike Greene and one by Fresh- 
man Stellan Thoren, were the best the engineers could muster in the 
MAC tournament due to scheduling conflicts with final examina- 
tions. 

With the team sporting several members from various foreign lands 
the future looks bright for the University Tracksters and Fieldmen. 





RESULTS 




We 




They 


104 


Rochester 


41 


82 


Delaware 


63 


64 


St. Joseph's 


81 


56 


West Chester 89 | 


69 


Lafayette 


76 


Team Record 


2-3 



TRACK AND FIELD 



250 Sports 





RESULTS 




We 




They 


380 


\'illanova 


375 


397 


Pennsylvania 


382 


415 


Temple 


406 


415 


Rider 


464 


403 


Svvarthmore 


421 


403 


F&M 


416 


392 


Penn State 


376 


405 


Delaware 


387 


394 


Columbia 


411 


394 


Muhlenberg 


424 


394 


Kutztovvn 


413 


413 


Colgate 


418 


413 


VV. Chester 


421 


390 


Rutgers 


409 


418 


Princeton 


390 


395 


Lafayette 


419 


MAC Championships 7th 


Easterns 


10th 


Fina 


Record 


10-6-0 



GOLF 



Despite the loss of several key personnel Coach Roy Heckman's 
Golf team was able to conclude their season with a fine 10-6 record 
including an exciting 413-418 victory over Colgate. At the beginning 
of the season it appeared that the linksmen would be in for a hard 
time, but the maturing squad captured 7 out of their last 8 matches 
and finished very strongly. 

Although finishing only 7th in the MAC tournament and 10th at 
Easterns the strong late showing of the young engineer golfers promises 
a bright future for the Lehigh Golf team. 



THE TEAM: (left to right) R. Heckman (coach), J. Andnole, G. Strow, D. Reppert, H. Kestenbaum. T. Porsch, T. Sine, K. 
Hauser, J. Coles. 




WOMEN'S SPORTS 




THE TENNIS TEAM: Wendy Beard, Susan Fradkin, Susan Bschorr, Margaret Michaels, Pamela 
Watson, Patricia Henry, Kathy Murphy, Jeannie O'Brien, Michele Stoudt, Wendy Brower, Coach 
Helen Bond. 

With the advent of coeducation at Lehigh, females have become an 
integral part of all facets of campus life. This is particularly false on 
the athletic field, where women now compete in three inter-collegiate 
sports in addition to the powder-puff football game. Under the 
guidance of Coach Helen Bond, the engineerettes also participated in 
field hockey, swimming, and tennis. And, of course, the future looks 
real funky. 





SWIMMING 






RESULTS 




We 


They 


18 


Monmouth 


68 


28 


E-Town 


49 


29 


Centenary 


57 


32 


Bloomsburg 


54 


56 


Lafayette 


21 


25 


Ursinus 


58 


47 


Widener 


30 


Final Record 


2-5 



TENNIS RESULTS 
We They 



Lafayette 

Cedar Crest 

Albright 

Muhlenberg 

Moravian 

Kutztown 



Final Record 



2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
4 

3-3 



HOCKEY RESULTS 


We 


They 





Cedar Crest 


7 





Centenary 


5 


6 


Penn. State Ext. 1 | 





Moravian 


5 





Muhlenberg 


5 





Kutztown 


8 





Lafayette 


6 



752 Sports 




THE bVMMMING TEAM: P. Welliver. P. Gedner, Coach Helen Bond. E. Brovver. 
L. Biamon, T. Lindley, A- Schmouer. D. Sultzer, K. Immel. T- Connell, C. Shearer. 
V. Thompson, S. Shegina. 










THE FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: Coach Helen Bond, L. Blank, F Mearn^. K Nine, P. 
Gedney, C. Kliss, I Mamns, M. Fener, H. Dorer, B. Ewins, H. Barr. L. Biamon. A. 
Schmoyer (Mgr), S. Sacks, D. Sultzer, A. Macgregor, J. Oughf. S Hills, K. Murphy. 



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Edward A, Dzenis 





Victor P. Fasolino 



James W. Farrell 



216 Mechanical Engineering 




Michael L Ldrronde 



Robert A. Millingh.iii'.cn 

Mechanical Engineering 217 




218 Mechanical Engineering 



William J. Spengel 




Courtney I. Hill 



Robert B. Focht 



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Dennis 1. Kacmar 





Kenneth LeFevre 




Carl I. Minucci 



David B. Knorr 

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220 Metallurgy 




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R. Allen, A. Neumann, C. Jones, D. Wheeler, W. VanSciver, J. Sands. 




lack T. Sanders 





Carl (. D. Succop 



Steven P. Springer 




Leo C. Thomas 




Steven P. Young 




Roland P, Zuk 



l-r; Cpt. J. Ellison, Maj. D. Kunkel, Cpt. R. Walsh, J. Fazzini, Col. C. Hamner, Cpt. J. Dannerfelser, Cpt. J. Ellison, Sgt. |. Cook, Cpt. J. Fry. 




Ill Metallurgy, Natural Science, Military Sciem 




tapt. I. Fratto, MSGTC Young, S5GT G. Wilson, Col, W, Shimonkevitz. 55GT B. Adkins, P. Hough, Maj. R, Brace, Maj. D. Britton. 




D. Hillman, ."K. Kasarda 



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To Mitch Fishkin 



To Rich Kline 



James B. Abeltin — Gov't; 
Pittsford, N.Y.; Sigma Chi; 
Varsity Football; Varsity 
Track 

Alan Abels — Acc'ting; 
Wheaton, Illinois; Chi Phi; 
IFC Fact Finding Committee 
Gary A. Abyad — M.E.; 
Dover, N.J.; Kappa Alpha- 
Frat Pres.; IFC rep., Pi Tau 
Sigma Honorary; Frosh 
honors; Soph honors; Deans 
List 

William Harvey Acker- 
man III — E. E.; East Islip, 
N.Y; Emery House; IEEE 
(Treas.); SSDO (Exec Dir); 
frosh honors 

Michael Actis-Grande III — 
Acc'ting; Yonkers, NY,; 
Chi Phi (Secretary); Brown 
& White Staff; Lehigh Radio 
Network (Sports Director); 
Member of Cyanide; Deans 
List 

Michael Lee Adelman — 
I.R.; Reading, Pa.; Phi Kap- 
pa Theta (Exec Sec); IFC 
Judiciary Committee (Chair- 
man); Forum Disciplinary 
Com.; I.R. Club; Frosh 
honors; Deans List 
Richard Agalstein — I.R.; 
Gov't & Psych; Manhas- 
set, N.Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu, 
(V.P., Pres.); Frosh & Soph 
Honors; Deans List 
Steven E. Ainey — I.E.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Kappa Sig- 
ma (Pres); Alpha Pi Mu 
(Honorary); Tau Beta Pi 
(Honorary); A. I. I.E. Society; 
Soph Honors; Deans List 
Salvatore Norman Alfano 
— Chem E.; Wyoming; Pi 
Lambda Phi (V.P.); IFC 
Rep.; Phi Eta Sigma (Treas.); 
Tau Beta Pi — Frosh & Soph 
Honors, Deans List 
Jeanne D. Allan — Eco- 
nomics; Killinsworth, 
Conn.; Palmer House 
Robert Peter Alpago — 
C. E.; Bethlehem, Pa.; Delta 
Tau Delta; A.S.C.E.; Senior 
Counselor; Chi Epsilon 
(Vice. Pres.); Soph honors; 
Deans List 

William F. Altenpohl — 
Fin. Gladwyne, Pa.; Phi 
Delta Theta (V.P., Sec.) 
Brown and White (Ad. Mgr.); 
Varsity Soccer (Tri Capt.) 
Varsity Lacrosse (Co Capt.) 
William R. Amaducci — 
Chem. E.; Boonton, N.J.; 
Emery House; LUV Council, 
Senior Engineering Coun- 
sellor; Band; A. ICE.; Frosh 
honors 

Ronald L. Amey — Chemis- 
try; Allentown, Pa.; Town 
Council; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau 
Beta Pi; Am. Chem Soc. 
(Pres.); Frosh, soph, & Jr. 
Honors; Deans List 
James B. Amish — M.E.; 
Penfield, N.Y.; Varsity X- 
Country & Track 
Bruce G. Anderson - 
Psych.; Conklin, N.Y.; Gry- 



phon Society; Frosh B-Ball; 
Deans List 

Carl A. Andreason — ME; 
Apalachm, NY.; Theta 
Chi (Steward); A.S.M.E. 
Gerald John Angeli — Phys- 
ics; Blakely, Pa.; Phi Kappa 
Theta (Steward, Pres.); 
Exec. Comm. on Intra- 
murals 

David E. Antrim — Archi- 
tecture; Pottstown, Pa.; 
J.V. Baseball 

David R. Appel — Chem. E.; 
Elysburg, Pa.; McConn 
House (Soc. Chairman); 
A.I.Ch.E.; Deans List 
Loren S. Archibald — Fi- 
nance; North Caldwell, N.J.; 
Alpha Chi Rho (Steward, 
Rush Chairman); I.F.C.; 
J.V. Baseball 

Jose P. Arencibia, Jr. — 
M.E.; Miami, Fla.; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Gry- 
phon; Civil Air Patrol; 
Dean's List; ROTC 
William John Armstrong, 
Jr. - C.E.; Dresher, Pa.; 
Williams (Pres.); RHC; 
ASCE 

Robert W. Arneil - S.R.; 
Ridgefield, N.J.; Sigma Phi 
(Pres.); Brown & White 
Norman H. Axelrod — 
Mng. Mkt; White Plains, 
N.Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Forum; LUMAC; Photo 
Club; Ski Club; Dean's List 
Raymond P. Baker — M.E.; 
Bethayres, Pa.; Chi Psi Pi 
Tau Sigma (V.P.); ASME; 
Dean's List 

W. Gregg Baldwin — IE; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Chi Psi 
AllE (Pres); Investment 
Club (Vice. Pres.); Forum 
Gregory W. Balionis — 
Met & Materials Sci.: Johns- 
town, Pa.; Pi Kappa Alpha 
(VP); Student Met. Society 
Joseph Balsis — Pre. Arch.; 
Minersville, Pa.; Alpha 
Tau Omega; IFC; Fr. Foot- 
ball; Fr. Basketball, J.V. 
& Varsity Golf; Dean's List 
Andy J. Barabas — Chem. E.; 
Danbury, Conn.; Phi Kappa 
Theta 

Frank Ernest Barber — E.E.; 
Enola, Pa.; Delta Phi IFC; 
IEEE; Dean's List 
Mitchell C. Barnhart - 
Chem.; Hanover, Pa.; Zeta 
Psi (Sec); Forum, Soph. 
Honors 

Richard Barthold - Met.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Town Coun- 
cil; Alpha Lambda Omega 
(Sec.) 

William J. Baum — Pre, 
Arch.; Harrisburg, Pa.; 
Zeta Psi; J.V. basketball 
James Edward Beal — 
Govt.; Oakland, N.J.; Brown 
& White; Rugby 
William H. Beam - E.E ; 
Scotch Plains, N.Y.; Theta 
Chi, (House Manager); 
Varsity Track, Lehigh T.V. 
Network 

Wayne Kirby Beard — 
Ch.E.; Woodbury, N.J.; 



Theta Xi (President); 
WLRN, U. Boxing Champ; 
Frosh Wrestling Ch.; Fr., 
Soph Honors; Dean's list 
Thomas A. Beaver — C.E.; 
Reading, Pa.; Beardslee; 
ASCE; Sr. Engr. Counselor 
Alan C. Becker — Govt.; 
New York, N.Y.; Tau Ep- 
silon Phi (Treas., V- 
Chancellor); Phi Eta Sigma; 
Fr., Soph, Honors; Dean's 
List 

Glenn E. Beck — Mng.; 
Perkasie, Pa.; Soph. 
Honors; Dean's List 
John K. Beidler, Jr. - 
M.E.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; ASME 
Peter A. Bellus — Chem.; 
So. Norwalk, Conn.; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; ASChE 

(Sec); Frosh, Soph., Jr. 
Honors 

John D. Bender — Bio.; 
State College, Pa.; Gryphon 
Society; Fr., Varsity Track 
and Field 

Andrew George Benedict 
— M.E.; Aliquippa, Pa 
Phi Gamma Delta; ASME, 
Mustard and Cheese; F 
Swim Team; J.V., Varsity 
Lacrosse 

William S. Herman - 
Psych., Span.; South 

Orange, N.J.; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Varsity Band; LUV 
Council 

Lois Louise Biamon — 
Engl; Bethlehem, Pa.; Town; 
Cyanide; Swim Mgr.; 
Women's Varsity Swim 
Team (Capt); Intra, Exec, 
Comm.; Women's Caucus 
Richard A. Bitting - E.E.; 
Pennsburg, Pa.; Smiley; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Fr. Soph 
Honors; Dean's List 
Cheri E. Bogert — Eco.; 
Newtown Square, Pa.; Gry- 
phon Society; AIESEC; 
Mustard and Cheese (VP); 
Jr. Honors 

Roland J. Bondani — 
Bio.; Livingston, N.J.; Kappa 
Alpha; Fr. Golf; Soph. 
Honors; Dean's List 
Eric V. Bond — Eco.; 
Massena, N.Y.; Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi (Treas.); Phi Eta 
Sigma (Sec); Brown and 
White; AIESEC (Tres); In- 
vestment Club (Pres); Dean's 
List 

Karl James Bongarten — 
Fin.; Schenectady, N.Y.; 
Stevens; Intramural Exec. 
Council 

Larry W. Boone — IE; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Kappa 
Sigma; AIIE 

Robert John Bovard — 
Bio.; Greenville, Pa.; 
Theta Chi; Forum; Mus- 
tard and Cheese 
Michael L. Bowers, III — 
Arch., U.S.; Joppa, Md.; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity 
FB; Spillman-Farmer Arch. 
Award; Dean's List 
Keith Dale Boyer - C.E.; 
Lebanon, Pa.; McConn; 



Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon 
(Pres); Varsity Band; ASCE 
David R. Bracket!, Jr. - 
Acct.; Port Washington, 
N.Y.; Theta Chi; SAC 
(Tres); Beta Gamma Sig- 
ma (Pres); Dean's List 
Wray G. Brady — Eco.; 
Mercer, Pa.; Beta Theta 
Pi; Frosh Football 
Charles Jonathan Brand — 
Eco/Fin; Lake Tranquility, 
N.J.; Smiley; Beta Gamma 
Sigma (VP); LUV; Soph. 
Honors; Dean's List; 3rd 
prize Williams Essay Con- 
test 

Del Herman Brand; Hist; 
Mamaroneck, N.Y.; Tau 
Epsilon Phi (Scribe); Bus. 
Mgr. WLVR/WLRN 
Colin Steven Braybrooks — 
Hist.; Springfield, Pa.; Pi 
Alpha Theta; Soph. Hon- 
ors; Dean's List 
Robert A. Breslin - ME.; 
Tamaqua, Pa.; ASME; Pi 
Tau Sigma; Soph. Honors 
Thomas W. Brinker — 
I.E.; Allentown, Pa.; Town; 
AIIE 

John David Britto — 
Chem.; Palmerton, Pa.; 
Town; Luv; Sports Rallye 
Club (VP) 

Marcia Brookfield — Hist.; 
Larchmont, N.Y.; SMAGS; 
Brown & White; LUV 
David L. Brown — Govt.; 
Creland, Pa.; Congdon; 
Cyanide (Pres.); B&W 
(Mang. Ed); Soph Honors; 
Dean's List 

Kielh L. Brownlie — Acct; 
Springfield, N.J.; Alph Chi 
Rho; (Stew., I.M. Man., 
Lib); Beta Alpha Psi (Pres); 
Soph. Honors 
Gordon Lee Buck — Mgt- 
Mkt.; Coopersburg, Pa.; 
Town 

Lee M. Buck - M.E.; 
Uniontown, Pa.; Pi Tau 
Sigma (Sec); Gryphon 
Soc; ASME; Frosh. Hon- 
or's; Dean's List 
Jay Selleck Buckley III - 
M.E.; Groton, Conn.; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; (House Man.) 
B&W; Pi Tau Sigma 
(Pres.); ASME, Fr. & Soph. 
Honors; Dean's List 
Robert T. Bucks - Bio; 
Temple, Pa.; McConn; 
(VP); RHC; LUV; Fresh., 
Soph., Jun. Honors 
Christopher L. Bupp — 
I.E.; Milwaukee, Wis, 
Kappa Alpha; (treas) 
Rifle Team (Capt.), 

AFROTC 

Paul R. Burbank - ACCT; 
Chester, Pa.; Taylor; Omi- 
cron Delta Epsilon; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Stud. In- 
vest. Fund (Treas); Fresh, 
Soph, Jun. Honors; Dean's 
List 

George K. Burke, Jr. — 
ACCT; Bethlehem, Pa.; 
Delta Tau Delta (Treas., 
House Man.) 



Raymond A. Buscarini — 

C.E.; Scranton, Pa.; Cong- 
don; ASCE Forum 
Robert W. Byron - E.E.; 
North Wales, Pa.; Delta 
Chi; (VP) Phi Eta Sigma 
(Pres); Eta Kappa Nu 
(VP); Tau Beta Pi (VP) 
Drill Team; AFROTC, 
Frosh, Soph, Jr., Honors, 
Dean's List 

Edward P. Caine — Hist.; 
Wynnewood, Pa.; Tau 
Epsilon Phi (House Man., 
Soc. Chman); Forum; Ed- 
Pol Rifle Team; Hillel (Pres.); 
Young Republicans 
Mark S. Caltagirone — 
ACCT; Reading, Pa.; Beta 
Theta Pi (Pres); FMA 
(Chairman of Board); LTN 
Aloysius Peter Cannon, Jr. 
— Acct; Hazleton, Pa.; 
Delta Upsilon; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Invest. Club; Dean's 
List 

Peter J. Cardone — Acct; 
Port Jefferson, N.Y.; Delta 
Upsilon; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Soph. Honors 
Frank Charles Castellino — 
Acct; Pittston, Pa.; Delta 
Phi (Treas); Judo; Boxing 
Jacob Chacko Jr. — E.E.; 
Westfield, N.J.; Beardslee; 
Gryphon Soc; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Soph. 
Honors, Dean's List 
Bob Christian — Jour.; 
Maplewood, N.J.; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Lacrosse 
Robert Louis Cieri, Jr. — 
Bio; Wilton, Conn; Pi Lamb- 
da Phi; Dean's List 
John Cincilla - C.E.; White- 
hall, Pa. 

Ronald G. Clark - Hist.; 
Levittown, Pa.; Congdon, 
(Sec); Cross Count.; Track 

Gerard, W. Cleaves — Ch.E.; 
Point Pleasant, N.J.; Pi 

Lambda Phi (Ath. Man); 
Phi Eta Sigma; Frosh, 

Soph, Jr. Honors; Dean's 

List 

James Robert Condo — 

Fin.-Mgt; Somerville, N.J.; 

Pi Kappa Alpha (Rush Chr.); 

Dean's List i 

Gary Peter Oonfalone — 

Mgt.; PhiUipsburg, N.J.; 

Town Council (Pres); Soph. 

Honors; Dean's List 

Richard V. Conway, Jr. — 

Govt-I.R.; East Orange, 

N.J.; Beardslee (Pres); For- 
um; Cyanide; Leviathan; 

Fresh, Jun. Honors 

Byron D. Cook — Chem.; 

Dallas, Pa.; Delta Chi (Pres); 

ACS Band; Frosh, Soph., 

Honors 

Edward M. Corwin — 

Math; Stanford, Conn.; 

M&M (Treas); Computer 

Soc (Treas); Frosh Honors; 

Dean's List 

F. Michael Coughlin — 

M.E.; Bethlehem, Pa.; Town 

Council 

Bob Cox - Mgt. -Mkt.; 

Cherry Hill, N.J.; Delta 



Tau Delta; Football, Dean's 
List 

William R. Crawford - 
Bus.; Glenshaiv, Pa.; 

Theta Xi (VP) 
William J. Criqui — Acct.; 
Nutley, N.).; Delta Phi; 
Epitome (Spts, Ed.); LRN 
Richard Thomas Cupp — 
Engr.; Pottsville, Pa.; 
Stevens (I.M. Man.) 
Dieter F. Czemy — Fin; 
Reading, Pa.; Delta Up- 
silon; WLRN; Cross Coun- 
try; Track 

Paul A. D'Aloisio - C.E.; 
Rochester, N.Y.; ChiPsi; 
Forum; Tau Beta Pi; Chi 
Epsilon; ASCE (Sec); 
Dean's List 

Robert B. Daniels - 
Acct-Mkt.; Cedar Grove, 
N.J.; Sigma Chi (See. & 
Rush Chrman); Beta Al- 
pha Psi; Forum; LUV; 
Soph. Honors 
Bennett Francis Davis — 
Acct; Summit Hill, Pa.; 
Delta Tau Delta; Football 
Paul J. DeCoursey III - 
Eco.; Haddonfield, N.J.; 
Alpha Tau Omega; IFC; 
B&W; Dean's List 
Ned Andrews Deily — 
App. Sci — Ger.; Beth- 
lehem, Pa.; Delta Phi Al- 
pha; Computer Soc; Soph. 
Honors; Deans List 
Richard Joseph Dempsey — 
IR; Dunmore, Pa.; Beta 
Theta Pi; Baseball, Football 
Thomas A. Dennis — Bio 
— Ger; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Tau 
Epsilon Phi (House Man); 
Delta Phi Alpha; Swim- 
ming; Ger. Club; Mustard 
&. Cheese; LUV 
David A. DeSalvo — 
Acct.; Garden City, N.Y.; 
Alpha Sigma Sigma Phi 
Anthony James DeScipio — 
M.E.; Moscow, Pa.; Phi 
Delta Theta (House Man.); 
A5ME; Karate Club 
(Treas.) 

Stephen G. Desormeaux — 
M.E.; Camp Hill, Pa.; Pi 
Tau Sigma; Fresh, Soph 
Honors; Dean's .List 
D. Scott Detar - Acct; 
Pottstown, Pa.; Delta Phi 
(Pres); Beta Alpha Psi (Sec) 
John C. Dethoff - Bio/ 
Chem; Reading, Pa.; Pi Kap- 
pa Theta (Pres.); WLTN; 
Fresh, Soph, Jun. Honors; 
Dean's List 

John James Devine — Eng./ 
US; Jamaica, N.Y.; Gry- 
phon Soc. (VP); Cyanide; 
LUV (Chrman); Senior 
Honors; Dean's List 
Steven Mark Diamond — 
Acct.; Valley Stream, N.Y.; 
Phi Sigma Kappa (Sec) 
Allen W. Dickensheets - 
I.E.; Westminster, Md ; 
Alpha Sigma Phi (Pres) 
Thomas J. DiCiemente — 
CE; Hershey, Pa.; Delta 
Upsilon; ASCE 



Donald A. Dieter — 

Mgt.; Queens, N.\.; Theta 
Delta Chi 

Denis DiLallo — Bio Chem; 
Fairvievv, N.J.; M&M (Pres); 
RHC; Cyanide; LRN; LUV; 
Soph. Honors; Dean's List 
David Dilettuso - Eng.; 
Glenshavv, Pa.; Theta Xi 
(IM Man) 

Gary Peter Dohanich — 
Psych.; Fleetville, Pa.; Alpha 
Sigma Phi 

William T. Dom IV - 
Eco/Fin; Greensburg, Pa.; 
Gryphon Society; Omicron 
Delta Kappa (Treas); LUV 
Richard B. Donaldson, Jr. 
- Met.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Theta Xi; Secretary, Theta 
Xi 

William C. Dove - Mktg.; 
Alamo, Cal.; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; Cheerleader capt. 
Brian ). Drummond — 
M.E.; Washington, DC; 
Kappa Alpha; Marching 
Band; Concert Band; Sail- 
ing Club; Sophomore Hon- 
ors 

Thomas Duerig — E.P.; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; 5MAGS 
Robert Alan Duerwald — 
Eco. Stats - Mgt.; La 
Canada, Cal.; Zeta Psi; IM 
manager; Golf 
David H. Dugan — Chem ; 
Hershey, Pa.; Psi Upsi- 
long Rush Chairman, 
Pledgemaster; Glee Club; 
SAACS 

Bryan Robert Dunn — 
Fin.; Wayne, Pa.; Phi 
Delta Theta; Rush Chair- 
man, Pledgemaster; Glee 
Club; SAACS 
Bryan Robert Dunn — 
Fin.; Wayne, Pa.; Phi 
Delta Theta; Rush Chair- 
man; IFC Pres.; Brown 
and White; J.V. and 
Varsity Lacrosse 
Robert Whitlock Dunn - 
Met.; Somerset, N.J.; Chi 
Psi; House Manager, 
Vice-Pres.; Pledgemaster; 
Forum; AIME; Sopho- 
more Honors; Dean's 
List 

Peter Duncan Durant — 
M.E.; New Orleans, La.; 
ASME; sophomore honors; 
Dean's list 

John D. Duray — Engl ; 
Johnstown, Pa.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, pledgemaster; 
sailing team; karate club; 
Dean's list 

David A. Duxbury — 
ME.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Theta Chi; (President); 
IFC; Freshman Honors; 
Dean's List; General 
Motors Scholar 
Edward A. Dzenis — 
M.E.; Easton, Pa.; Gry- 
phon; Forum; Tau Beta 
Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Marching Band; 
Concert Band; Stage Band 
Manager; ASME; Dean's 
List 



K. James Ebeling — ME.; 
Hoover, Ala.; Theta Chi 
House Mgr. 

John L. Eckenrode — IE.; 
Easton, Pa.; Delta Sigma 
Phi Asst. House Mgr. 
(Honorary); Alpha Pi Mu; 
Tau Beta Pi; AIIE; WLRN 
(Program, Music Dir.); 
Radio Network Exec. 
Board; Deans List; Frosh, 
Soph, Jr. Honors; Wilbur 
Scholarship Prize 
David Alfred Vernard 
Eckhardt — Geo.; Mag- 
nolia, N.J.; Theta Chi 
(Vice Pres); IFC; Frosh 
Football; JV Lacrosse; Geo. 
Club 

Marshall S. Edelman — 
Chem. E.; Northampton, 
Pa.; (Honorary) Phi Eta 
Sigma; Stu. Affiliates of 
Amer. Chem Soc; Deans 
List; Frosh., Soph. Honors 
Blake H. Eisenhart - 
Acct.; Quakertown, Pa,; 
Chi Phi (Treas., sec. exec 
comm.); Honorary — 
Beta Alpha Psi, Treas. 
Coun. Democratic Club 
(Pres) Leviathan (treas., 
sec.) Deans List; Soph 
Honors; Univ. Scholar 
Kenneth Dean Flicker — 
C.E.; Dover, Pa.; Band; 
Chi Epsilon; Soph Honors; 
Deans List 

Stephen J. Ellis - E.E.; 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Zeta 
Psi (Sgt. at Arms) 
Gregory John Emish — 
Arts - C.E.; Poland, 
Ohio; Alpha Sigma Phi 
(Extension Chmn, Histori- 
an, House Mgr, Sgt at 
Arms); Frosh Baseball, 
Computer Society; ASCE; 
Student Systems Dev. 
Org.; Interfaith Council 
Eileen E. Evans — Econ.; 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
William A. Facinelli — 
P.E.; "97" Band; Varsity 
Band; Deans List; Frosh, 
Soph. Honors; Wilbur 
Math Prize; Malcolm 
K. Gordon, Jr. Physics 
Prize 

Malcolm Mallory Farns- 
worth, Jr. — Acct.; Edge- 
wood, Pa.; Theta Xi; 
(Honoraries) Beta Alpha 
Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
AIESEC; Stu. Investment 
Club; Soph. Honors 
James W. Farrell — M.E.; 
Massena, Pa.; Delta Tau 
Delta; (Honorary) Pi Tau 
Sigma; Varsity Football; 
Soph Honors; Dean's 
List 

Vic Fasolino — ME; 
Cream Ridge, N.J.; Alpha 
Chi Rho (Treas); Soph. 
Honors 

James M. Fawls — C.E.; 
Forty Fort, Pa.; Zeta Psi; 
Forum; Stu. Affiliate 
Amer Chem Society 
Dave Feaver — Arch/US.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Brown & 



White Staff; Glee Club; 

M&C 

John Arthur Feaver — 

Math.; Bethlehem, Pa.; 

Band (Head Librarian); 

Deans List; Frosh Honors 

Richard Joseph Federowicz 

— I.R.; Sinking Spring, 
Pa.; Delta Phi; LUV; 
Dean's List 

Theodore H. Fedynyshyn 

— Chem E.; Edison, N.J.; 
Tau Epsilon Phi; Stu. 
Affiliates of Amer Chem 
Society (Treas); Rugby 
Club; Dean's List 

John H. Fetterman — 
Math/Psych.; Catawissa, 
Pa. 

Peter Marc Fellegy — 
Fin.; Chesshire, Ct.; "97" 
Band Varsity Band; Con- 
cert Band; LUV, Xmas 
Vespers; Brass Choir; Jazz 
Band (Asst Lib.) 
Kenneth Alan Flatto — 
Acct.; New York, N.Y.; 
Sigma Alpha Mu (Sec, 
House Mgr.) Forum; 
Epitome; (honorary) Beta 
Alpha Psi; Cyanide Levia- 
than (Vice Pres); AIESEC; 
Investment Club; Soph 
Honors 

Stuart F. Fleischer — Acct.; 
Rockville Centre, N.Y.; 
(Honorary) Beta Alpha Psi 
(Treas); Dean's List 
David O. Fleming — 
Chem. E.; Mendham, 
N.].; AICHE; Frosh, Jr. 
Honors; Deans List 
David R. Flyte - E.E.; 
Bath, Pa. 

Robert B. Focht - Met.; 
Leavitt (Sec.) 

Steven R. Foster — Eco.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Frosh, 
Soph, Jr. Honors; Dean's 
List 

Michael M. Fox — Chem.; 
Setaucket, N.Y.; M&MB2 
(treas) Honorary Phi Eta 
Sigma; Varsity Debater; 
Delta Omicron Theta 
(Treas) Frosh, Soph, Jr. 
Honors; Dean's List 
Thomas C. Freas — Chem, 
E.; Orefield, Pa. 
John J. Freeh, Jr., E.P.; 
Spring Valley, Pa.; IEEE; 
Phys. Student's Soc 
Charles Corden Hackett 
Freitag, Jr. — Acct.; Balti- 
more, Md.; Delta Phi 
(Rush Chmn); Prelaw 
Soc. (Treas) Class Gift 
Campaign 

Arthur Farley Freeman — 
German; Clifton, N.J.; 
Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; 
(Camp Mgr.) Delta Phi 
Alpha 

Gilberte W. Frey — Fund. 
Sci.; Fair Haven, N.J.; 
Stoughton (Treas) Brown 
and White Staff; Gryphon 
Soc; Sr Engr. Counselor 
Gerald M. Friedman — 
E.E.; Riverdale, NY.; 
IEEE; Electronic Music 
Project; LUV; Dean's 
List; Frosh Honors 



Thomas James Fritch- 

man — Mgt.; Hellertown, 
Pa.; Theta Delta Chi; 
(Treas.) Frosh; Varsity 
Golf 

Daniel A. Gabriel - I.E.; 
Hazelton, Pa. 

Peter Harvey Cach — 
Bio; Roslyn, N.Y.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; (Honorary) 
Phi Eta Sigma; LUV; 
Deans List; Frosh, Soph 
Honors; Wilbur Scholar- 
ship Prize 

David C. Gallagher — 
Hist.; Delta Upsilon, (Vice 
Pres., Social (Chmns); 
Dean's List 

Francis Glenn Gallagher — 
Chem. E.; Lansdale, Pa.; 
Forum; Frosh Honors; 
Dean's List 

Kevin A. Gallagher — 
Eng.; Huntingdon Valley, 
Pa.; Thornburg, (Pres); 
Honorary — Phi Eta Sigma; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Frosh 
Soph Honors; Dean's 
List; Williams Essay con- 
test Winner; Departmental 
Honors 

James H. Galletly III - 
Mkt.'Mgt; Phi Sigma Kap- 
pa (Inductor, Sentinnel, 
Ed., chapter news) 
Donald D. Gallo - CE ; 
Lancaster, N.Y.; Phi Gamma 
Delta, Stu. mem., Amer 
Soc Civil Eng. 
John Joseph Gantner III — 
Fin-Mgt; Nutley, N.J.; 
Phi Gamma Delta (sec.) 
JV wrestling; JV lacrosse 
Georgia Geannouris — 
Bio; Bethlehem, Pa.; Karate 
Club 

Victor A. Gelb — Drama/ 
English; Flushing, NY; M&C; 
(Treas, Pres) Stu. Dir.; For- 
um; Comm for Perf. Arts; 
Williams Act. Competition; 
First prize 

David S. Gellert - Mkt.; 
Pottsville, Pa.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha (Pres., Sec.) 
Richard D. Gergar — 
Chem E.; Williams (treas.); 
AICHE; LUV 

James Giammarva — M.E.; 
Pi Lambda Phi (rush 
chmn.) ASME 
Robert M. Goldich — Govt 
— Jour.; Oreland, Pa.; 
B&W (Edit. Pg. Ed., 
Sports Ed.); Epitome (Ed- 
in-Chief); Phi Eta Sigma; 
Cyanide (Sec); Deans 
List; Fr., Soph, Honors; 
Williams Frosh Essay 
winner 

Richard Goldsmith - I.R.; 
Scranton, Pa.; Beta Theta 
Pi (Vice Pres.); Varsity 
Golf; LUV 

Thomas D. Good — Chem. 
E.; Temple, Pa.; Pi Lambda 
Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's 
List; Frosh, Soph. Honors 
Orlando R. Gonzalez — 
Acct.; Englewood Cliffs, 
N,|.; Alpha Chi Rho; LUV 
Eugene M. Gorsky — Eng.; 
Northampton, Pa.; Coun- 



cil on Apprentice Teach- 
ing, Secy; Delta Phi Al- 
pha; Dean's List; Soph. 
Honors; Williams' Essay 
Winner 

Donald Lindsey Goss — 
I.E.; E. Aurora, N.Y.; 
Thornburg, Soc. Chair. 
J. Pennock Graham — 
Eng. - Drama; Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; B&W, photo ed.; 
M&C 

Patrick Jeffrey Grant - 
M.E.; Watchung, N.].; 
Kappa Alpha; Pi Tau 
Sigma, Treas.; ASME; 
Dean's List 

Wayne Grant - Acct; 
Merrick, N.Y.; McConn, 
Soc. Committee; Rugby 
Club, Treas. 

Kenneth Bruce Green- 
berg - E.E.; Roslyn, N.\.; 
Williams; LUV, proj. 
coordinator; Sports Ralley 
Club, pres. 

John Greenzweij — Chem.; 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
James J. Greybush - Geo.; 
Allentown, Pa.; Geo. Club 
Town -Council 
Mark H. Grossman — 
Bio — Chem.; Haverford, 
Pa.; Smiley; Engin. Frosh 
Advisor; Sailing Club; 
Intra. Soccer; Tennis; Golf 
Robert Grott - C.E.; Ram- 
sey, N.J.; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Vice-pres., Pres.; IFC Rep. 
Robert Newton Guenther, 
Jr. - E.E.; Beach Haven, 
N.J.; Taylor; Eta Kappa 
Nu, Sect.; Tau Beta Pi, 
pres.; Dean's List; William 
Whigham Award; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Gryphon 
Society; Taylor Hall ver- 
sion; Barber Shop Bane 
Award 

H. Robert Gustafson, Jr. — 
Ch.E.; Natrona Heights, 
Pa.; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Sr. Class Pres; IFC; Sr. 
Class Gift Com., Chair; 
AICHE 

William Gustavson — 
M.E.; Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.; 
Alpha Sigma Phi; Dean's 
List 

Timothy P. Haas - U.S./ 
Archit.; Allentown, Pa.; 
Dean's List; Spillman- 
Farmcr Architect's Award 
Eric L. Habben, Jr. — 
Eco./U.S.; Garden City, 
N.Y.; Dravo, Pres, Sports 
Manager; Intramurals; 

WLRN, WLTN, News 
Director; Fencing Club; 
Dean's List; Williams 
Speech Winner 
John Steven Hajdinyak — 
Acct. — Mgt.; Bethlehem, 
Pa.; Town Council; Alpha 
Lambda Omega 
James Alan Hall — Bio.; 
Glen Mills, Pa.; Sigma Nu 
William F. Hall - E.E.; 
Ridgewood, N.J.; Taylor; 
Dean's List 

Michael Jon Halperin — 
Eco. — Psych.; Allentown, 
Pa.; Williams, soc. chair.; 



Dean's List; LUV, treas.; 
Marching Band; Concert 
Band; Stage Band; SAC; 
Forum; Pre-Law Society; 
Cyanide 

Carl Edward Halye, Jr. — 
Ch.E,; Wayne, N.].; Delia 
Sigma Phi, Rush Chair. 
Michael Allan Hamilton - 
Met. E.; Waretown, N.J.; 
Phi Kappa Theta, Pledge- 
master; Student Met. 
Society 

Raymond Guy Hammell — 
Acct.; Boonton, N.J.; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, pledge 
master, rush. chair., 
Alumni Comm. 
Jim Hamill - Hist.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Rugby 
Club; Ski Club 
Richard Donald Harris — 
E.P.; Baltimore, Md.; Delta 
Upsilon; Varsity Lacrosse; 
Dean's list; Phys. Students 
Soc. 

Charles Vennell Havill - 
Mkt/Mgt; Adrian, Mich.; 
Phi Delta Theta; B&W, 
nat'l ad manager; ALESEC, 
vice-pres. 

James F. Hay - I.E.; 

Easton, Pa.; Emery; Alpha 
Pi Mu, treas.; Cyanide; 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treas.; 
Fresh, Soph., Honors; 
Amer. Instit. of I.E., treas. 
Thomas V. Healy - C.E.; 
Bayport, N.Y.; Phi Kappa 
Theta, Soc. Chair.; Sailing 
Club 

Ken Heaton — C.E.; 

Selinsgrove 

David L. Heine — E.E.; 

Bethlehem, Pa.; Marching, 

Concert, Varsity, Stage 

Band 

Ray H. Heisey - M.E.; 

Washington Boro, Pa.; Pi 

Tau Sigma; ASME; Dean's 

List; Karate Club; Fresh, 

Soph, Honors 

Farshid Hekmat — Bio.; 

Tehran, Iran; Beardslee; 

Hillel Club; Dean's List; 

Fresh. Honors 

Dennis Mark Hershey — 

Bio.; Franklin Square, N.Y. 

Courtney Jay Hill — Met.; 

Reisterstown, Md.; Met 

Society of AIME; Chess 

Club; Fresh, Soph, honors. 

Dean's List; Dept., Inter- 

dept. Honors 

Craig A. Hill - Gov't; 

Easton, Pa.; Dean's List; 

Fresh, Soph, Honors; 

Panelist for Taft Institute 

Jeffery Allan Hinchcliffe — 

Mgt.; Mamaroneck, N.Y.; 

Delta Sigma Pi, Sr. Vice- 

Pres. 

Wasyl Oleh Hnaliw - 

Pre-Arch.; Newark, N.J.; 

Thornburg, Pres.; Frosh 

Soccer; Photo Club; Dean's 

List 

Ward Thomas Hobert — 

Chem E.; Lake Katrine, 

N.Y.; Leavitt Tau Beta Pi; 

L.U.V.; AICHE; Frosh 

honors; Dean's list 



Daniel George Hoch — 

Acctng; Emery, Hous. 

Pres.; RHC 

Robert B. Hoddeson — 

Bio.; North Plainfield, N.J.; 
Sigma Alpha Mu; radio 
and car club; Dean's list 
James Milton Horn — 
Chem E.; Cherry Hill, 
N.J.; Theta Delta Chi; soph 
honors; Dean's list 
Lee Ann Houseman — 
Art hist; Somers Point, 
N.L; Dean's list 
George A. Hovanec, Jr. — 
Phys.; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Corr. Sec; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Frosh honrs; Dean's list 
Frederick Peter Huff — 
I.E.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Delta 
Upsilon-steward; AlIE- 

VP., soph honors; Deans 
list. 

Paul Alan Humbert — 
Ch.E.; Pi Lambda Phi, 
secretary 

Peter Karl Hummel — 
Eco Gov.; Milford, Conn.; 
Emery; frosh vars. Cross 
Country; JV-vars. Track; 
Young Repub. Secty.; 
Dean's list 

Howard Hunter — Finance; 
Wayne, Pa.; Frosh soccer 
Carl John Husic Jr. — 
Bio; Theta Chi, Soc. Chrmn. 
Mustard and Cheese 
Thomas A. Hutchinson — 
Bio; Sigma Phi Epsilon- 
Pres. IFC; Delta Phi Alpha; 
Frosh Soph honors; Dean's 
list 

David Ingwerson — EE.; 
Princeton, N.J.; Kappa 
Alpha Glee Club; Dean's 
list; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi 
Eta Sigma 

F. Joseph lannoni — 
Acctng.; Brockton, Mass.; 
Chi Phi, Pres., Treas., 
Pledge Mstr.; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Omicron Delta Ep- 
silon; Dean's list; Soph- 
Jun. honors 

John R. Imundo Jr., MetE.; 
McConn; Student Met Soc; 
Deans List; soph-jun-honrs 
Kamiar M. Jamali — 
Physics; Tehran; Emery; 
Dean's list 

Frederick Hunter Jamieson 
Eco.; West Simsbury, 
Conn.; Delta Tau Delta; 
Pres., Rsh Chrman; Asst. 
Treas; IFC Rep; Omicron 
Delta Epsilon; soph hon- 
ors; Dean's list 
William Francis Jaques 
III - ATO: Finance; Mil- 
ford; Vars Football and 
baseball 

Kenneth C. Jeffers — 
Gov.; Emmaus, Pa.; Deans 
List; Basketball Statistician; 
Centr Soc Rsrch-Rsrch 
Asst 

Vicki Greta Jensen — 
Mkt; Riegelsville; LUV; 
Mand Cheese; Parnassus; 
Mkt Rsrch Corps 
Jeffrey N. Johns - CE; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Delta Phi 



ASCE; Alumni Pub Rela- 
tions 

Thomas S. Johnston — 
Math; Nrth Hampton, NH; 
Pi Lambda Phi; steward; 
IFC Rush Comm; Deans 
List; Frosh Soph honors 
Brent W. Jones — ChemE; 
Centre Hall, Pa.; McConn 
AlCE.; Luy 

Jeffrey Keith Jones - S.R.; 
Birmingham, Mich.; Taylor 
Pres.; RHC; WLVR-WLRN 
Willard Jones II; Chem E. 
Congdon, Soc Chrmn. 
Forum Subcomm chrmn. 
Cyanide VP; AICHE; LUV 
APO-pres 

Craig Jorgensen — EE: 
Yonkers, N.Y.; IEEE 
Dennis John Kacmar — 
Metallurgy; Hellertown, 
Pa.; Car Club; Stud. Met. 
Society 

Bruce P. Kaplun - IE; 
Linden, N.J.; Emery VP; 
AIIE; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu - 
VP; Dean's list; frosh, 
soph honors 

Eric James Kaufmann — 
Eng Physics; Oceanside, 
N.Y.; Catacombs; Concert 
Committee 

Thomas W. Keating — 
Bio.; Short Hills, N.J.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec, 
Soc. Chrman 

Jack K. Keller - EE 
Taylor IEEE.; Tau Beta Pi 
Eta Kappa Nu - Pres. 
Deans list; Frosh Soph 
Honors 

Elaine E. Kellmer, Sr. — 
Hazleton, Pa.; Deans list 
Jeffrey Paul Kemmerer — 
ChE; Allentown, Pa. 
Scott Edwin Kemmerer — 
Bio.; Allentown, Pa.; Delta 
Phi; Pldgmstr.; Dean's 
list; Soph and Frosh honors 
Michael Robert Kendig — 
CE; Wilmington, Dei.; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; VP.; 
ASCE 

William Anton Derler Jr. — 
Acctng.; Wind Gap, Pa.; 
Pi Lambda Phi; Treas., 
Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Deans list; Frosh- 
soph-jun honors 
Bruce V. Kiefer — Mech E. 
Moscow, Pa.; Sigma Nu 
Treas. B&W; layout; ASME 
Dean's list; soph honors 
Jonathan Kilroy — EcoFor. 
Careers; Shaker Hghts, 
Ohio; Sigma Phi, Treas; 
IFC; B&W; Circ; Vars 
Track and Hockey 
Richard C. Kimmelman — 
IE; Cranford, N.J.; Leavitt 
VP.; Concess. Mngr.; AIIE 
Bands Brass; Concert, 
Stage Stud. Conductor; 
Vespers 

Dale Earl Kirkwood — 
Mngt; Falls Creek, Pa.; 
Beta Theta Pi; Vars Football 
David Harry Klapper — 
Acctg; Yorktown, N.Y. 
Stephen Kent Klasko — 
Ch Bio; Havertown, Pa.; 



Delta Sigma Phi; Rush 
Chrman; Forum; RHC; 
WIrn-Prog. Dir.; Bus and 
Gen Mangr.; Phi Eta Sigma; 
M&C; Deans list; Deptmntl 
honor 

Warren Allen Klawitter — 
Math; Quakertown; LCF.; 
Deans List; Frosh Soph 
honors 

Thomas Allan Klonick — 
Mgt.; Rochester, N.Y., 
Forum Admin Comm.; 
Vars Soccer — Capt and 
MVP; LUV; LUMAC 
David B. Knorr - Met E; 
East Aurora, N.Y.; McConn; 
Tau Beta Pi; Band - 
Marching Varsity; Con- 
cert; Stud Met Pres; Deans 
List; Frosh Soph Honors 
Robert F. Koch - EE.; 
Abington Marching Band 
Vars Band Model RR.; VP; 
Deans List; Frosh soph 
Honors 

Mary Karen Koltisko — 
Journ; Bethlehem, Pa.; 
Smags; B&W; news edit — 
senr. reporter; squash; 
CAB; Deans list 
Howard Michael Korsen — 
Gov; Dresher, Pa.; B&W 
Photo Edit; WLTN & 
WLRN sprt caster; .Deans 
list 

Jeffrey Lee Kotch — Bio; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Town; 
Soph honors 

Gary R. Kolz - EE; Beth- 
lehem, Pa.; Town Council 
Marc Edward Kramer — 
Bio; Wyncote, Pa.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu Pres.; Deans 
list; Frosh & Soph honors; 
intrdprtmntl honors 
Peter L. Kramer - Hist.; 
Greenfield, Mass.; Chi Psi; 
Boxing 

Ronald F. Krause — ME; 
Colts Neck, N.J.; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Dean's list; frosh 
soph honors 

David Kronenthal — Nat 
Sci.; Fair Lawn; SAACS 
George John Kuczynski — 
EE; Riverside, N.J.; Zeta 
Psi; Frosh Basketball. 
William Timothy Laid- 
man — EE; Bethlehem, 
Pa.; Town council Vice- 
President; L.U.V. Council; 
Computer Society 
Peter Lam — CE; Hong 
Kong; Williams; Chi 
Epsilon; Fr. Soccer; ASCE; 
LUV; Fr., Soph. Honors 
Dean's list 

Matthew D. Langweber - 
Fin.; E. Rockaway, N.Y, 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Steward, 
Bus. Col. Forum; LUMAC; 
Student Coord.; Ski Club; 
Sailing Club; Soph. Honors; 
Deans List 

Stephen Laracuente — S.R.; 
Bronx, N.Y.; Fr Basketball 
Robert Alan Lazarus — 
Ch.E.; Delta Sigma Phi; 
Forum; Tau Beta Pi; Fr 
Golf Team; A. Ch. S.; 
Fr. Honors; Dean's List 



Gary Carl Leander — C.E ; 
Thornvvood, N.Y.; Zeta Psi 
Martin B. LeClerc — Acct., 
Bethlehem, Pa.: Pi Lambda 
Phi 

Kenneth Graham LeFevre — 
Met.; Kappa Sigma; Alumni 
Rel Comm.; Varsib,' Swim- 
ming, Capt; Freshman 
Honors 

Peter Robert LaGalbo - 
Chem.; Syosset, N.Y.; 
LUV; Tau Beta Pi; Fr., 
Varsity Soccer; Dean's 
List; Soph Honors; Founda- 
tion Award 

David A. Leidel - C.E.; 
Delta Phi, Sec; ASCE; 
LUV 

Steven Leigh — Fin.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Treasurer; 
SAC Pres., Concert Com.; 
Brown and White; Ski 
Club, Pres., Soph., Jr., 
Honors; Dean's List 
L. Craig Lemle — Mang.; 
White Plains, N.Y.: Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Hse. Mang.; 
Ath. Mang.; Forum; Brown 
& White; Epitome; J.V 
Tennis; LUMAC, Invest- 
ment Club; AlESEC 
Edward Lettinger — Mkt.; 
Pocono Pines, Pa. 
John Lewis — Acct.; Jack- 
son Heights, N.Y.; Emery; 
Brown & White; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's 
List 

Norman Liedtke Jr. — 
Fin.; Verona, N.J.; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Varsity Basketball; 
Dean's List 

John Trauger Lindberg — 
ESRM; Erie, Pa.; Phi Sigma 
Kappa; Hse. Mang.; Fresh- 
man Soccer; Geology Club 
Peter LoGalbo — Fund. 
Science; Syosset, NY.; Tau 
Beta Pi; Freshman Soc- 
cer; LUV; Jr. & Soph. 
Dean's List 

Nick M. Logothetis — 
Ch. E.; Short Hills, \' J.; 
Phi Kappa Theta 
Stephen D. Loizeaux — 
Acct.; Plainfifld, N.J.; 
Frat; Pledge Master; Hse. 
Mang. 

Michael Joseph Long — 
Mktg; Jacksonville, Fla. 
Sigma Chi; Rush Chrmn. 
Scholarship Chrmn.; LUV 
Jr.-Sr.; Dean's List 
William M. Love — Acct.; 
Virginia Beach, Va.; Dravo 
B-5; Fr. Cross Country 
Frank Lunney — S.R.; 
Quakertown, Pa.; Taylor 
E-I 

David Charles Mack — 
Eng.; Trenton, N.J.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; l.F.C. Rep.; 
1st Prize, Williams Essay 
Contest, Jr. Div. 
Paul S. Maco Jr. - Govt.; 
Moorestown, N.) ; Theta 
Chi; Treas; Forum; WLVR; 
ODK; Cyanide; Fr. Counsel- 
lor; Dean's List; Fr. & 
Soph. Honors 



Mark MacUs - Math & 
Eco.; Wash., N.J.; Alpha 
Chi Rho; Vars. Baseball; 
Fr. & Soph. Honors 
Martha Macon Maggiolino 
- Acct.; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Dean's 
List 

David A. Mancosh Jr. — 
I.E.; Pitts., Pa.; Chi Psi; 
Fr. Soccer; Fr. Wrestling; 
AIIE 

Dennis C. Manieri — 
M.E.; Whippany, N.J.; 
Delta Phi; Cheerleading 
Rick Manville — Psych.; 
Red Bank, N.J.; Delta Phi 
Steven Marcussen — Geo.; 
Succasunna, N.J.; Theta 
Chi; Marching, Concert, & 
Dance Bands; AFROTC 
Gary Caldwell Maurath — 
Geo; Hudson, O.; Town; 
Percussion Ensemble; 

Marching, Varsity & Con- 
cert Bands; Geo. Club 
Joseph E. McAdams — 
Ch.E.; Wantagh, N.Y.; Psi 
Upsilon; scholastic Chmn.; 
AICHE; Soph. Honors 
William E. McCarthy - 
Acct.; Fair Lawn, N.J.; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; IFC 
Rep.; Fr. Wrestling In- 
vestment Club; LUV 
Ernest E. McFadden — 
C.E.; Glenshaw, Pa.; Wil- 
liams; LUV; T.V. Network 
Wallace R. McGrew — 
Bio.; Cape Elizabeth, Me.; 
Thornburg; Pre. of Taylor; 
Gryphon Soc; Dean's 
List 
Robert M. Mclnerney Jr. 

— C.E.; Allentown, Pa.; 
Town; ASCE 

Kim E. McQuilken — 
Mktg; Allentown, Pa.; 
Varsity Football Co-Capt. 
'73 

Charles F. Megivern Jr. — 
E.E.; Smethport, Pa.; 
SMAGS; Sec.-Treas. 

Thornburg; Sec. Tau Beta 
Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE; 
5r. Eng. Counsellor; Soph. 
Honors: Dean's List; Inter- 
departmental Honors 
Gregory John Mehalchick 

— C.E.; Wyoming, Pa.; 
Stevens; ASCE 

Richard M. Meinhart — 
Fund. Sci.; Scranton, Pa.; 
Delta Upsilon; Alumni 
Rel.; Ath, Mang.; LUV; 
Fr. & Soph. Honors; Dean's 
List 

Mary Catherine Menk — 
Am. Stud.; Glen Ridge, 
N.J.; SMAGS; Women's 
Caucus; M&C; WLTN 
James K. Meritt Jr. - ME; 
Turnersville, N.J.; Theta 
Xi; Vice Pres. IFC; ASME 
Charles A. Merolla — 
I.E.; Pen Argyl, Pa.; 
Leavitt; I.E. Council Rep.; 
Alpha Pi Mu Secy,; Fr. 
& Varsity Football; AIEE; 
Soph. & Jr Honors 
Michael Meyers — Mkt.; 
Pitts., Pa.; Pi Kappa Alpha; 



Corp. Secy.; IFC Rep.; 
Editor, Frat. Alumni Pub- 
lication: Dean's List 
Alan R. Mick - Mgt ; Mt. 
Holly, N.J.; Pi Lambda 
Phi; Intramurals 
Edwin Eugene Mier; 
Journ.; Trenton, N.J.; town; 
Brown and White: Ger- 
man Club 

Frank J. Mikisits - E.E : 
Bethlehem, Pa.; town; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Eta Kappa Nu; LE.E.E.; 
Sophomore Honors; Dean's 
List 

Alan Craig Miller — C.E.; 
Perkasie, Pa.; SMAGS; 
ASCE 

Daniel Miller - Ch.E.; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.: SMAGS; 
B&W; Epitome; AIChE; 
LUV; Photography Club 
E. Steven Miller - IR; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; SMAGS; 
Band; Golf 

Lawrence Jay Miller — 
Am. Stud.; South Orange, 
N.J.; Gryphon; Phi Alpha 
Theta; LUV; Hillel Society; 
Sophomore Honors; Dean's 
List 

Peter A. Miller - IE: 
Wantaugh, N.Y.; Beta 
Theta Pi; AllE: Dean's 
List 

Roger D. Miller, Jr. — 
E.E.; Kennett Square, Pa.; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Social 
Chmn. 

Wayne Emmett Miller — 
Ch.E.; Limeport, Pa.; town; 
ROTC; Fresh. Honors; 
Soph. Honors 
W. Jeffrey Miller - Fund 
Sci.; Elverson, Pa.; Sigma 
Nu; l.F.C. 
Robert Alan Millinghausen 

- ME: Oreland, Pa.; Sig- 
ma Nu 

Dennis G. Minar — M.E.; 
Northampton, Pa-, town; 
ASME 

Charles Miner III — Bio.; 
Darien, Conn.; town; Var- 
sity Hockey; Capt; Soph 
Honors: Dean's List 
Carl J. Minucci, Jr. — 
Met.; Bethel Park, Pa.: Phi 
Gamma Delta; SMS 
Randall C. Mitch - Arts; 
North Caldwell, N.|.; 
Theta Chi; VP; Sec, Theta 
Chi; IFC Rep.; Fresh 
Honors; Soph Honors: 
Dean's List 

Thompson H. Mitchell — 
E.E.; Lighthouse Point, Fla.: 
Taylor Hall; Soph Hon- 
ors; Dean's List 
Joseph Anthony Mlasgar 

- E.E.; Hazleton, Pa,: 
town; Dean's List 
Norman Morell — Acct ; 
New York, N.Y.; Delta 
Chi; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Soph Honors; Jr. Honors; 
Dean's List 

Walter Morkowchik — 
M.E.; Whitehall, Pa ; town. 
Alpha Lambda Omega; 
ASME; Town Council 



Gary Paul Motyl — Fin.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; Freshman 
Soccer; Karate Club 
Richard Alan Muir — 
Acct.; Berkeley Heights, 
N.J.; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Treasurer; Rugby Club 
Capt.; Dean's List 
Robert E. Mulholland - 
Mktg - Mgt.; Bethel Park, 
Pa.; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Vice-Pres., Pledge Presi- 
dent, Alpha Tau Omega; 
Freshman Football; LU- 
MAC; Boxing Club, Rug- 
by Club, Dean's List 
Russell Glen Muller — 
Acct; Westwood, N.J.; 
Delta Upsilon; Secretary; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Sopho- 
more Honors 

Vincent G. Munley — 
Eco - E.E.; Archbald, 
Pa.; Zeta Psi 

Stephen L. Mutchler — 
C.E.: Williamsport, Pa.; 
Williams; Marching Band: 
Varsity Band; Concert 
Band; ASCE; Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship 
Eric Jay Nagcl — Ch.E.: 
Dresher, Pa.; Tau Epsilon 
Phi; Delta Phi Alpha; Ten- 
nis; German Club; IM; 
Dean's List; Frosh Honors 
William Edward Nell - 
C.E.; Dillsburg, Pa.; Delta 
Upsilon; Pledgemaster; 

Vice-Pres, Class of 1974; 
ASCE; Rugby Club 
Harold L. Nelson — Bio.; 
Montrose, Pa.; Delta Upsil- 
on; Secretary; Epitome; 
IFC; WLRN: Jr. Honors; 
Dean's List 

Jeffrey N. Nelson — ME.; 
Verona, N.J.; Taylor; Pi 
Tau Sigma; ASME; Dean's 
List 

Elmer Edward Nisley — 
E.E.; Hummelstown, Pa.; 
town; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau 
Beta Pi; Freshman Honors, 
Sophomore Honors; Junior 
Honors: Senior Honors: 
Dean's List 

Richard W. Noble - Acct 
— Fin.; North Arlington, 
N.J,; Zeta Psi; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Varsity Baseball Man- 
ager; Finance Club; Le- 
high Christian Fellowship; 
WLRN 

Nicholas Noel III - Govt.; 
Pottstown, Pa.; Sigma Chi; 
Vice-President; Secretary, 
Sigma Chi; Forum; Cya- 
nide; LUV; Leviathan: 
Dean's List; Freshman 
Football 

Richard David Nolte, Jr. - 
Bio: Camp Hill, Pa.; Sig- 
ma Nu; Marching Band; 
Concert Band; Intramurals 
Roger A. Nolhslein — 
E.E.; Weatherly, Pa.; Dravo 
B-5; IEEE 

Brian E. Novick — Bio.; 
Roslyn, NY.; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Vice-President, Stew- 
ard, Sigma Alpha Mu; 



Freshman Honors; Soph 
Honors 

John L. Nuss — Acct.; 
Weatherly, Pa.; Pi Lambda 
Phi 

Edmund J. Oberc — C.E.; 
Reading, Pa.; SMAGS 
Philip P. Off - E.E.; Hat- 
boro. Pa.; Sigma Nu; IEEE 
James E. Ogier — German; 
Allentown, Pa.; town; 
Delta Phi Alpha, vice- 
president; German Club; 
Freshman Honors; Soph 
Honors; Junior Honors; 
Dean's List 

Armand Olivetti — Govt.; 
Dunmore, Pa.; Congdon 
House; President, Cong- 
don; Forum; RHC; Cyanide, 
President, Treasurer; Levia- 
than, Pres.; Young Demo- 
crats, Pres.; Visiting Lec- 
turers Committee; LUV; 
Dean's List 

Dennis A. Opiinger — 
E.E.; Allentown, Pa.; town 
Richard L. Oram — Eco 
Utica, N.Y.: Theta Ch 
S.A.C.; Freshman Honors, 
Sophomore Honors; Dean's 
List 

John Joseph Oransky — 
Ch.E.; Lansford, Pa.; 
Leavitt House; Varsity 
Baseball; American Chemi- 
cal Society; AlChE 
Charles A. Omdorff — 
Acct; Trevose, Pa.; Emery 
House 

Anthony Michael Osman- 
ski — E.E.; Hazleton, Pa.; 
Congdon; IEEE; Arnold 
Air Society 

F. Woodman Packard — 
Soc; McMurray, Pa.; Gry- 
phon; Brown and White; 
Outing Club 

James J. Palme — Eco. 
Pelham, N.Y.; Sigma Phi 
President, Sigma Phi 
Brown and White 
Gerard Martin Patelunas 

— C.E.; Scranton, Pa.; Pi 
Lambda Phi; Forum; Chi 
Epsilon: AMCE vice-pres.; 
Freshman Honors; Sopho- 
more Honors: Dean's List 
Jonathan MacGregor Payne 

— English; Wilmington, 
Del.; Center Valley 
Donald H. Pecora - I.R.; 
Manhasset, N.Y.; Quaker- 
town 

Alfred C. Pedecine — 
Acct.; Millburn, N.J.; Alpha 
Chi Rho; IFC; Alpha Beta 
Psi 

Michael Gerald Pekarski — 
C.E.; East Brunswick, N.J.; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Rush 
Chairman, Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi 
Epsilon; Marching Band; 
Varsity Band; ASCE; 
Freshman Honors; Sopho- 
more Honors; Dean's List 
Nils B. Person - Ch.E.; 
Madison, N.J.; Tau Epsilon 
Phi; Outing Club; SAACS 
Melvin Bruce Pesuit — 
History; Steubenville, Ohio; 
Chi Psi; Boxing Club 



Rehn C. Peterson — M.E.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Kappa Sig- 
ma 
Thomas R. Peterson — 

Acct. — Fin.; Suffern, N.Y ; 
Alpha Sigma Phi; LUV 
Steven Philip Petruccelli — 
EE.; Oradell, N.J.; Leavitt; 
E.E. Forum; Dean's List; 
Sophomore Honors 
John William Phelps — 
Chem,; Hawthorne, N.).; 
Delta Sigma Phi; Pledge- 
master, Delta Sigma Phi; 
ROTC 

Leonard Pilzer — Psych. 
and Rel.; Manhasset, N.Y.; 
Tau Epsilon Phi; Forum; 
Hillel; Judo Club; Dean's 
List 

William R. Pirk, Jr. - C.E.; 
Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.; 
Congdon; Brown and 
White; ASCE 

Gregory Edward Pitonak — 
C.E.; MercerviUe, N.|.; Delta 
Upsilon; ASCE 
Michael Pitonyak — E.E ; 
Trenton, N.L; Delta Up- 
silon 

Marc Steven Podems — 
Fin.; Livingston, N.J.; town; 
Chess Club 

John William Powell — 
Govt. Waynesburg, Pa.; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treas. & 
Rush Chmn.; Delta Phi 
Alpha; Sr. Class Gift Com.; 
Leviathan, Sec. -Treas.; 

Dean's List 

Douglas Roy Price — E.E.; 
Allentown, Pa.; Comp. 
Soc, Sec. 

Norman Werner Radies — 
Acct; Reading, Pa.; Beta 
Theta Pi, Soc. Chmn. 
Scott Sage Rahmes — I.E.; 
Wheaton, 111.; Chi Psi; 
A. I. I.E.; Var. Soccer 
Bradley Melick Rapp — 
Chem.; Phillipsburg, N.J.; 
Alpha Chi Rho; Fresh. & 
Jr. Hon; Dean's List 
Carlos Gregory Rawlins — 
I.R.; Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Beardslee; Glee Club 
Robert Craig Reed — C.E.; 
Highspire, Pa.; Delta Tau 
Delta; Boxing Club 
Alice Elizabeth Reedhead 

— Eco.; Trenton, N.J. 
John Patrick Rehm, Jr. — 
Eco.; RHC; Concert Comm.; 
L.U.V. Tutoring Prog. 
Richard A. Reidy - C.E.; 
Williamsport, Pa.; Cong- 
don; J.V. Baseball; ASCE 
Larry John Reiser — 
Acctg./Mngt; Bethlehem, 
Pa.; Alpha Lambda Omega, 
Sec; Town Council; Ski 
Club 

Michael Gordon Reppert 

— E.E.; Boyertown, Pa. 
Chi Psi; Sr. Class Treas 
Sr. Class Gift Comm. 
IEEE 

Edward Joseph Resch — 
I.E.; Hazlet, N.J.; Beta 
Theta Pi, Steward; Var. 
Football, Track; AIIE, Vice- 
Pres. 



Thomas Arthur Ress — 

Psych; Monmouth Jet., 
N.J.; Alpha Chi Rho, Soc. 
Chmn.; IFC; Dean's List. 
David D. Reynolds — 
M.E.; Troy, NY.; Chi Psi, 
Soc. Chmn.; Var. Swim- 
ming; ASME 

John William Rhoads — 
Acctg; Lansdale, Pa.; Phi 
Gamma Delta; Var. Foot- 
ball 

Charles M. Richard — 
E.E.; York, Pa.; Theta Xi, 
House Manager; Forum IV; 
Margaret D. Arrison Wrest- 
ling Award; Eta Kappa Nu, 
Janitor; I.E. E.E.; Freshman 
Eng. B.S.'er 

Stephen Mark Rituper — 
ESRM; Bethlehem, Pa.; Pi 
Lambda Phi 

Heather Rodale — Jour.; 
Allentown, Pa.; B&W 
Richard Thomas Roe — 
C.E.; Florence, N.I.; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; ASCE 
James Richard Ronca — 
Govt.; Jeffersonville, Pa.; 
Beta Theta Pi, House Man.; 
Var. Football; LUV; Dean's 
List 

Fredrick Renato Roscher — 
E.E.; Coopersburg, Pa. 
Richard K. Ross - Mgt./ 
Mktg.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Del- 
ta Tau Delta, Sec; Var. 
Track; Dean's List. 
Ronald Edward Rothrock 
— M.E.; Gladwyne, Pa.; 
Delta Upsilon, Vice-Pres., 
Treas.; ASME; Ski Club; 
Freshman Honors 
David J. Rubenzahl — 
Psych.; Scarsdale, N.Y.; 
Var. Basketball; Dean's 
List 

Mitchell Jay Rubinott — 
Bio.; Fairlawn, N.J.; Gry- 
phon; Soph. Honors; Dean's 
List 

Allen H. Rush - E.E.; 
York, Pa.; Band 
Charles William Ruth - 
M.E.; Baltimore, Md.; Psi 
Upsilon; House Manager 
Michael John Ryan — 
Acctg.; Middlesex, N.J.; 
Delta Phi; Sailing Club 
Walter Anthony Ryan — 
Acctg.; Fairhaven, N.J,; 
Kappa Sigma, Ass. Grand 
Scribe; Glee Club, Man- 
ager; Fresh. Swimming 
Paul Thomas Ryberg — 
Geo.; Warren, Pa.; Geo. 
Club 

Martin Kenneth Saffer — 
Fin.; New Hyde Park, N.Y.; 
Phi Kappa Theta, Treas.; 
Forum Subcomm. on Resi- 
dence 

Jack Talmadge Sanders — 
Met.; Bethesda, Md.; Sigma 
Nu, Soc. Chmn.; Met. 
Soc. 

William James Sanders — 
C.E.; Berkeley Heights, N.J.; 
Alpha Chi Rho, Vice- 
Pres., Pledgemaster; WLRN. 
Daniel John Saurina — 
E.E.; Bethlehem, Pa. 



James August Santo — 

Acctg.; Bethlehem, Pa. 
Robert Edwin Saydah — 
Fin.; Upper Saddle River, 
Pa.; Phi Delta Theta, 
Treas.; ],V., and Varsity 
lacrosse; Rugby Club 
Brad E. Scheler - Hist.; 
Howard Beach, N.Y.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; vice-prior; 
SAC; Sophomore Honors; 
Dean's List 
Lawrence Benjamin Schiff 

— Eco. and Mktg.; Potts- 
ville. Pa.; Sigma Phi, Social 
Chairman and Treasurer; 
Brown and White; WLRN; 
Dean's List 

William Carl Schlegel, Jr. 

- M.E.; Troy, N.Y,; Chi 
Psi; Varsity Football; 1904 
Class Scholarship Award 
Paul J. Schmitt, Jr. - Fin.; 
West Point, Va.; Delta Tau 
Delta; vice-president; 
Freshman Football; Varsity 
Football; Varsity lacrosse; 
Investment Club; Class Gift 
Committee 

Jerry L. Schrepple — Govt.; 
Hamburg, Pa.; town; Pre- 
law Society; WLVR; Sky- 
diving Club; Freshman 
Honors, Sophomore Honors 
Richard Eric Schrier — 
Fin. - Mgt; Woodcliff 
Lake, N.J.; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; LUMAC; AIESEC 
Pres.; Legal Aid Soc; 
Karate Club; Mustard and 
Cheese; Sophomore Honors 
Amy E. Schwartz — Math; 
North White Plains, N.Y.; 
Palmer; intramural sports; 
LUV; freshman honors; 
Dean's List 

Kenneth Dunlop Scott — 
Eco. — German; Swarth- 
more. Pa.; Tau Epsilon 
Phi; Delta Phi Alpha; Omi- 
cron Delta Epsilon; Sopho- 
more Honors 

Robert G. Sebastian — 
C.E.; Glenside, Pa.; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; ASCE; Judo 
Club 

Richard John Sedlak — 
E.E.; Parhn, N.J.; Delta 
Phi; Intramurals; IEEE, 
Judo Club 

Charles A. Sefranek — 
E.E.; Bethlehem, Pa.; town; 
Alpha Lambda Omega 
Warren L. Serenbetz — 
I.E.; Larchmont, N.Y.; Psi 
Upsilon, Social Chairman, 
President; Brown and 
White; AIIE 

Paul M. Sgalia — Psych.; 
Dover, N.J.; Gryphons 
Kirk J. Shaffer - M.E.; 
Penn, Pa.; Kappa Sigma; 
Secretary, FMA; Fresh- 
man Wrestling; ASME 
Chairman 

Richard Robert Shaw — 
M.E.; Westfield, N.J.; 
Kappa Sigma, Vice-pres.; 
M.E. Forum; ASME treas.; 
Class Gift Committee 
StarJcy Shelosky — C.E.; 
Sugar Notch, Pa.; Stevens; 
ASCE 



Scott Munro Shepard — 

Eco.; Pelham, N.Y.; Stevens; 
Judo Club; Frosh. Honors; 
Dean's List; German hon- 
orary 

W. Cartwright Sheppard 
Jr. — E.E.; Jarrettown, Pa.; 
Kappa Sigma, Treasurer; 
IEEE 

Ken Shintaku — E.E.; 
Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Cong.; 
IEEE; Lehigh Christian 
Fellowship, V.P.; Methodist 
Student Movement, Pres.; 
Chaplain's Council; Fr. 
Honors 

Webster Edward Shipley 
III — Geo.; Owings Mills; 
Town; RHC; Fr. Soccer; 
V.P. Geo. Club 
Theodore William Shively 

— Fund. Sci.; Harrisburg, 
Pa.; Gryphon; Cyanide; 
WLRN; LUV; Mustard & 
Cheese 

Andrew Michael Shmerler 

— Acctg; Scarsdale, N.Y.; 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Omi- 
cron Delta Epsilon; Staff 
Asst. & Mgr,, Band 
Robert L. Shultz II - 
Acctg.; Montoursville, Pa.; 
Phi Delta Theta, V.P., 
Pledgemaster; Sr. Class 
Gift Comm.; LUV 

Eric Silverman — Math 
Fords, N.J.; Emery House; 
Hillel 

Michelle Beth Silverman — 
Psych. & Soc; East Rocka- 
way, N.Y.; M-M A-1; 
Women's Chorus; M&C 
Greg Silvestri — Fin; Val- 
ley Stream, N.Y.; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa, Asst. Treas., 
Soc Chairman; Freshman 
Honors 

Thomas Richard Sine — 
Acct.; Yardley, Pa.; Kappa 
Sigma; Varsity Golf, cap- 
tain 

Ronald Joseph Sirak — 
C.E.; Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; 
Dravo D-4; ASCE 
Vic Skakandy — Fin; 
Rahway, N.J.; Gryphon; 
Freshman honors 
Alan F. Smith — E.E.; 
Lancaster, Pa.; Congdon, 
V.P.; IEEE 

Brenda Smith — Psych 
Nazareth, Pa.; M-M A-1 
S.A.C., Secretary, Pres. 
Cyanide; Chamber Singers, 
Dean's List 

Stuart Carter Smith — 
Nat. Sci.; Radnor, Pa.; Kap- 
pa Alpha Society, First 
V.P.; Glee Club 
William S. Smith, Jr. - 
Acctg.; Maple Glen, Pa.; 
Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, 
Soc. Chairman; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma; Brown & 
White, comptroller; Frosh. 
honors; Soph. honors; 
Dean's list 

Gregory D. Snyder — 
ChE; Allentown, Pa.; Town; 
Fr. honors; Soph, honors; 
Dean's list 



Keith Lord Snyder — Mgt.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Town; 
SAC, Treas., Pres.; Town 
Council; Cyanide; Cheer- 
leader; Lehigh Hoopla, 
Pres,; Dean's List 
Frank D. Sorosky — C.E.; 
Exeter, Pa.; Pi Lambda 
Phi, Social Chairman; Chi 
Epsilon, Vice Pres.; ASCE, 
Treas., Pres.; Frosh. hon- 
ors; Soph, honors; Dean's 
List 

James Henry Sotzing — 
Psych.; Bethlehem, Pa.; 
Town; Frosh. soccer; 
Manager, Varsity soccer; 
Dean's List 

William J. Spengel — 
M.E.; Lansdale, Pa.; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Varsity Track; 
Winter Track; ASME 
Stephen John Spey — 
Acctg.; Cornwells Hgts., 
Pa.; Alpha Chi Rho, 
steward; Soph, honors 
Steven P. Springer — 
Met.; Lansdale, Pa.; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Band — Drum 
Major; Frosh. Honors; Soph, 
honors 

John G. SUdnik - ChE; 
Weatherly, Pa.; Pi Lambda 
Phi; AlChE 

John F. Stephens — Eco. — 
For. Careers; Scranton, Pa.; 
Town 

W. Bradford Stephenson — 
EE; Wayne, N.J.; Pi Lambda 
Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Band; IEEE; 
LUV; Frosh. honors; Soph, 
honors 

Paul Stern — History Sum- 
mit, N.],; Town; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Dean's List 
Scott R. Sterner — Acctg; 
York, Pa.; Alpha Tau 
Omega, Corresp. sec; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Rugby Club 
Michael ' Stershic III — 
SR; Kingsville, Md.; Beards- 
lee; Mustard & Cheese; 
LUV; Soph, honors; Dean's 
List; Dept honors 
Rea N. Stock - Math- 
Inf. Sci.; Camp Hill, Pa.; 
Stoughton; Chamber Sing- 
ers; LUV; Frosh. honors; 
Dean's List 

Jeffrey P. Stout - ME; 
Easton, Pa.; Town 
Alan Stricoff — Acctg; 
Woodmere, N.Y.; Tau Ep- 
silon Phi, Pledge Warden, 
Chancellor; IFC; WLVR 
Robert Lee Strobel, Jr. — 
M.E.; Beaver Falls, Pa.; 
town; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau 
Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; 
ASME; Frosh. Honors, 
Soph. Honors; Dean's List 
Edward Stammerjohn — 
E.P.; Allentown, Pa.; 
Thornburg; Sophomore 
Joseph P. Suarez — Hist.; 
Hellertown, Pa.; town; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Alpha Theta; Soph. 
Honors; University Honors; 
Dean's List 

Carl Joseph Deering Sue- 
cop — Arts — Met.; Ren- 



frew. Pa.; Chi Psi, Pres. 
Rush Chairman, IFC; la 
Crosse; ASME 
Goodloe Suttler — E.E. 
Alexandria, Va.; Gryphons 
Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall 
Forum; E.E. Forum Chair- 
man; Cyanide; Epitome 
King; IEEE 

Ronald R. Svetz — Chem.; 
Honolulu, Ha.; Delta L'p- 
silon, (Treasurer); ACS 
Daniel E. Swayne — Acct.; 
West Hartford, Corm.; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Frosh., soph., jun- 
ior honors; Dean's list 
Richard S. Szulewski — 
E.E.; Lyndhurst, N.J.; 
Smiley; Tau Beta Pi; IEEE 
Chairman; Mustard and 
Cheese; Chaplain's Club, 
Newman Club; Frosh., 
soph., junior honors; Dean's 
list 

Martin Arnold Tamm — 
C.E.; Yardville, N.J.; 
Emery; Sophomore honors; 
Dean's list 

David J. Taylor - Mkt.; 
Wayne, Pa.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Vice-president, Pi 
Kappa Alpha 

Charles Dean Terebecki — 
Fin.; Kendall Park, N.J.; 
town; sophomore honors 
Leo Charles Thomas, Jr. — 
Met; Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; 
Zeta Psi; vice-pres. Zeta 
Psi; Freshman Honors; 
Dean's list 

Virginia E. Thompson — 
F. A.; Somer\ille, N'.J.; 
M&M; V. Swim. 
Paul M. Tomaszeski — 
Acct.; Jersey City, N.J.; 
McConn, treasurer; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Boxing Club, 
Concert Committee, 

WLVR; Soph. Honors: 
Dean's List 

John P. Tompos — Ch.E.; 
Plum Borough, Pa.; Emery; 
Chess Club; Christian Fel- 
lowship; Chaplin's Coun- 
cil 

John A. Tretter — C.E.; 
Allentown, Pa.; town 
Jerome Paul Trzeciakow- 
ski — Chem.; Savreville, 



Pa.; M&M; Phi Eta Sigma; 
SAACS 

Peter Arthur Turkell — 
Acct.; Woodmere, N.Y.; 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Brown 
and White; sophomore 
honors 

Chester J. VanTyne — 
Math and Met.; Raritan, 
N.j.; Emery; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Football trainer; Hockey 
trainer; ASM; freshman 
honors; sophomore honors; 
Dean's list 

Palmer Vaughn — Ch.E : 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Leavitt; 
AIChE; Deans List; fresh- 
man honors 

Jeffrey Raymond Vincent 
- C.E.; Cranford, N.I.; 
Kappa Sigma 

Robert Francis Voorhees — 
Mkt. - Mgt.; Delran, N.J.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; IPC; 
Mustard and Cheese 
Stephen Carroll Wagner — 
I.E. — Applied Sci.; Per- 
kasie. Pa.; Delta Sigma 
Phi; Forum 

William R. Wagner - 
Acct.; Huntingdon Valley, 
Pa.; Chi Psi; J.V. Wrestling 
Eric O. Wallace — Mangt.; 
Elkridge, Md.; Sigma Nu; 
Pledgemaster; Arnold Air 
Society: Dean's List 
John Leslie Walp — ME. 
Catasauqua, Pa.; Taylor 
Mustard and Cheese 
AFROTC 

Charles R. Waltz - C.E.; 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; IFC; Chi Ep- 
silon; Tau Beta Pi; Intra- 
murals; ASCE; Frosh. 
Honors; Dean's List 
Gail Susan Warner — 
Math; Titusville, N.J.; 
Richards; Parnassus; New- 
man Club 

John Warren — Bio.; 
Paoli, Pa.; McConn; RHC; 
Pres., McConn; LUV; Dean's 
List 

Larry E. Warren — Hist; 
White Plains, N.Y.; Beta 
Theta Pi; O.E.A. Pres.; 
Varsity football 
David J. Wascavage — 
I.E.; Middleport, Pa.; Zeta 
Psi; SAC; AllE; WLRN; 
Brown and White 



Donald William Wasson 

— Ch.E.; New Providence, 

N.J.; Phi Delta Theta; 

AIChE 

Walter A. Watkins, Jr. - 

Acct.; Springfield, Pa.; 
Theta Xi; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Varsity Hockey; Sopho- 
more Honors; Dean's List; 
John W. McCartney 
Scholarship 

Eugene Newlin Weber — 
CE.; Harrisburg, Pa.; Wil- 
liams; ASCE 

Philip F. Weber - IE; 
Bayonne, N.J.; Leavitt; 
AIIE; WLRN; Civil Air 
Patrol 

Scott A. Wehler - E.E. 
Thomasville, Pa.; Leavitt 
EE Forum; Eta Kappa Nu 
Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman 
Honors; Sophomore Hon- 
ors; Dean's List 
David C. Weinsheimer — 
Govt,; Allentown, Pa.; town 
Paul William Welber - 
Geo.; Andover, Mass.; 
town; Dean's list 
John S. Weisel - ME.; 
Springfield, Pa.; Congdon; 
Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; 
Sophomore Honors; Dean's 
List 

David West - Ch.E.; 
Metuchen, N.J.; town; 
Brown and White; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Freshman 
Honors; Dean's List 
Mark D. Wetzel - Acct.; 
Bethlehem, Pa.; Sigma Chi; 
Freshman Baseball 
James Robert Wheeler — 
C.E.; Kendall Park, N.J.; 
Phi Sigma Kappa; Fresh- 
man Football; JV and Var- 
sity Baseball 

William R. White, Jr. - 
Journ.; New Providence, 
N.J.; Phi Delta Theta, 
(Pres.); Editor-in-chief, 

Brown and White; frosh. 
honors, soph, honors 
Frederick L. Wieners — 
I.R.; Warren, N.J.; Kappa 
Sigma; AFROTC 
W. Clark Wigley - C.E.; 
Santa Paula, Cal.; Alpha 
Tau Omega, (Pres.); Var- 
sity Rifle Team; Sailing 
Team; LUV 



Walter Wilczynski — 

Psych.; Trenton, N.J.; 
Delta Upsilon; B&W; 
WLVR; LUV 

David G. Williams - 
E.E.; Emmaus, Pa.; Zeta 
Psi; Pres. Zeta Psi; IFC; 
Intramurals; Rugby Club; 
IEEE; Frosh. Honors; Soph. 
Honors 

Keith A. Williams - Ch.E., 
Hummelstown, Pa.; Emery; 
Chess Club: LUV; AIChE; 
Sophomore Honors 
James Michael Wilmott — 
Bio-Chem.; Livingston, 

N J.; Delta Phi; Sec, Del- 
ta Phi; Sports Editor, 
Epitome; Brown and White; 
WLRN; Sailing Club; 
Archery Club; Freshman 
Honors; Dean's List 
David James Wilson — 
Fund. Sci.; Madison, N.j.; 
L.E.S., 5th. Floor; B&W 
Layout Ed. 

Robert Charles Wilson — 
Fin.; Glen Arm, Md.; Cong.; 
Intramurals 

Emily S. Winn — Che 
Princeton, N.].; town. 
Chamber Singers; SAACS 
Mustard and Cheese 
Russell J. Wintner - I.E.; 
Cleveland, Ghio; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa; Forum; Li- 
brary Users' Committee 
William Paul Wisser, Jr. — 
Acct.; Virginville, Pa.; Pi 
Lambda Phi, treasurer 
David F. Witman — Chem.; 
Morgantown, Pa.; M&M; 
SAACS; Model Railroad 
Club 

Charles R. Wolfe, Jr. - 
Ch.E.; Washington, D.C.; 
Delta Upsilon, Scholar- 
ship Chairman; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; |.V. 
Baseball; LUV; soph, hon- 
ors; Dean's List; George 
Brothers Memorial Scholar- 
ship; Alfred P. Sloan 
Foundation Scholarship 
Scott E. Workinger — 
E.P.; York, Pa.; town; Judo 
Club; Karate Club; Frosh 
honors 

Allen Harrison Wroe — 
E.S.R.M.; Glyndon, Md.; 
Sigma Nu; Rush Chair- 



man, Sigma Nu; Marching 
Band; Co-Capt. Varsity 
Tennis 

Gong J. Yee - Ch.E.; 
Framingham, Mass.; Smiley; 
Intramurals; AIChE 
Glenn Young Yeisley — 
C.E.; Allentown, Pa.; town; 
ASCE 

Steven Paul Young — 
Mel. and Mat. Sci. 
Pleasant Valley, N.Y. 
M&M; Marching Band 
Concert Band; Met. For- 
um; Frosh. honors; Soph, 
honors; jr. honors; Dean's 
List 

Matthew 1. Zale - Hist, 
and Soc; VV, Hempstead, 
N.Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Ski Club 

Robert S. Zam - Psych.; 
Merrick, N.Y.; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Glee Club; Frosh. honors; 
Soph, honors; junior hon- 
ors; Dean's list 
Francis X. Zambetti — 
Fund. Sci.; Riverdale, N.Y.; 
Taylor; Freshman Soccer; 
Geo Club; WLVR; Con- 
cert Committee; Soph 
Honors; Dean's list 
Joyce Ellen Zilai — Psych. 
— Mgt.; Manasquan, N.J.; 
M&M; Cheerleader; Mus- 
tard and Cheese; Dean's 
List 

Jan Tadeuse Zmuda — 
Chem.E.; Coatesville, Pa.; 
Zeta Psi 

Steven Joseph Zoha — 
Bio; Huntington, NY.; 
Gryphons 

Roland Paul Zuk - Met. 
and Mat. Sci.; Allentown, 
Pa.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Marching Band; Varsity 
Band 

Benton Phillips Zwart — 
E.E.; New Canaan, Ct.; 
SMAGS; Tau Beta Pi, 
Treasurer; Eta Kappa Nu, 
Secretary; Frosh. Honors; 
Dean's List 






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DRAVO C-3 




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p. Moe, F. Diana, P. Huot, M. 
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G. Krudel, C. Bailey, 5. Esirli, M. Purvis, 
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C. Coldun, K. Costello, G. Tulerco, S. 
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DRAVO B-2 



C Genius, D. Krumkake, A. Bones, A. 
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D. Worrall, K. Welsh, D. Boylestein, D. Cun- 
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DRAVO D-1 



236 Living Groups 



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C. Hertz, K. Fisher, R. Heller, W. Ughes, 
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DRAVO A-4 



C. Wukltsch, L. Welnstein, B Smith, 
M. Roberts, B. Bare, B. Erbick, L. Sar- 
kin, N. Bard, S. Goldstein, R. Van- 
Hoesen, M. Rossen, P. Crawford, E. 
Connery, E. Harabedian. 



Living Croups 237 



DRAVO D-3 



A. Notary, K. Hoover, E. Ford, 
Fitzgibbons, B. Reeves, K. Stoffe 
Z. Lilienfeld, K. Ashjian, M 
Whalan, E. Gray, J^ Pratt, I 
Lyons, 5. Ades, J. Larson, T 
Travers, S. Hazlett, S. Donald- 
son, R. Venanzi. 




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l_^|\_/\ V V^ ^ — Zi Reiss, A. Levy, C. Congdon, B. Gillner, I. Economy, K. Matlick, 



M. Doberal 



DRAVO C-4 



lis Living Groups 



DRAVO C-1 



R. Miller, C. Greene, 5. Silver, E. Paterson, M. Zimmerman, 
D. Hall, D. Ostock, L. Alexis, K. Evans, J. Harper. 






D. Gross, R. Keating, C. Tack, J. Pimer, G. Scherel, J. Bartz, 
R Sederholm, M Cranley, E. Geist, S. Tancin, |. Handler, M. 
Schlussel. 



DRAVO B-3 



C. Kim, A. Blenko, D Leitman, B. Lally, 
W. Clancy, D. Yetter, M. Kaskin, J. 
Mitchell, T. Smith, ). Kaiser, J. Maer, 

D. Brunner, C. Miller, B. Neff, S. Young. 



Living Groups 259 



J. Koester, E. Vees, R. Ezrapour, 
W. Cummings, J. Lynch, D. Ash- 
ton, R. Fry, B. Scott, B. Fritz, C. 
Lisman, J. Matta, J. Edelen, J. 
Bishop, R^ Wright. 



DRINKER 1 



p. Menard, M. Strassberg, R. 
Aldrich, P. Linder, P. Moss, S. 
Wheeler, B. Morris, J. Kelly, J. 
Underhill, J. King, J. Pearson, M. 
Hughes, M. Hopkins, W. Marx, 
S. Giglio, R. Bleier, F. Koch, B. 
Umile, H. Prati, C, Colbey, R. 
Coniffe, B. Murrell, D. Simmons, 
J. Meiers, D. Pinchas, ]. Ballows, 
B. Powell, K. Hennessey, H. Foltz, 
A. Stark, M. Edelstein, G. Haffner, 
P. Huber. 



DRINKER 4 



DRINKER 3-B 




240 Living Groups 



DRINKER 2-A 



S. Roda, M. Branibar, K. Pepe, P. Schutz, P. 
Lilienfield, T. Poggi, P. Cuero, R. Teska, L. 
O'Mahoney, M. Dale, S. Jacobs, M. Dennet, 
L. Kohn, D. Riedmiller, M. Emigigh, P. Kelly, 
P. Dolan, M. Ehrenpreis, B. Mohr, W. Diecchio, 
B. McDowell. 



B. Gogolab, T. Hunter, S. Fay, D. Leva, D. Hartzell, M 
Arendaz, J. Long, D. Chazen, T. Norton, K. Wilson, L. 
Drsabatino. B. Moylan, P. Washburn, J. Benway, M. Farrara, 
A Chen. Q, Burns. M Weinstein, M. Deibert. 






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Abele, Miller, Kane, Vargo, Gordon, Crude, Rinn, B. Jones, 
Schild, Klein, Somers, Rizzo, Tarallo, Saffian, Taylor, Schulze, 
Nusselt, Pin, Goldberg, Pharr, Hare, M. Jones, (not pictured — 
McCorkel, Ridge, Rixey, Marrs). 



Living Groups 241 



RICHARDS 3- A 



L. Shurts, 5. Perrota, P. Lam, J. Griscom, S. Skacel, D. Antinozzi, H. Shandel, J. Potaskin, 
E. Lanustsen, K. Kane, 5. Illnick, C. Demara, T. Kimmer, D. Weinberger, M. Miller, 
C. Hamburgher, M. Blacher, K. Gibson. 




RICHARDS 4 



S. Slosoff, M. Ferrante, H. Hoza, M. Schaefer, M. Sudano, M. Fiore, S. Clark, K. Stuckey, 
D. Stavisky, J. Kerrick, K. Brunkhorst, P. Henry, S. Siegelbaum, N. Utin, H. Van Wiemokly, 
J. Fineman, K. Uss, J. Honeyman, G. Panich, J. Manns, L. D'Apolito, M. Rogers, C. Meyer, 
J. Fisher, M. Garrabrant, 5. Schautz, L. Aloi, C. Glueck, C. Staviski, S. Stanich, L. Totter, 
R. Welliver, S. Thomas, D. Weinstock. 



242 Living Groups 




RICHARDS 2-B 



B. Pyle, F. Cavenaugh, B Fer- 
guson, J. Baker, M. Cassel, M. 
Margo, D. Garzinski, A. Harris, 
A. Churchill, E. Egan, P. Garda, 
G. Muller, H. Donaldson, J. 
Cutrufello, K. Fazioli, J. Walters, 
J. Garfunkel, P. Ballas. C. Hawk, 

C. Emerlins, D. Roe, A. Kar- 
povitch, B. Kendall. 




RICHARDS 3-B 



p. Hauser, D. Qough, J. Edwards, 
D. March, 5. Tagriello, P. Lath- 
rope, 5. Faber, C. Hunt, S. Hoff- 
man, L. Vamerin, C. Botwag, C. 
Blanchard, T. Tutwiler, R. Trero- 
tola, B. Finn, J. Stamataris, T. 
Shivelv. 




RICHARDS 1-A 



R. Plewes, J. Carroll, B. Lusignea, 
F. Haynes, J. Dreyfus, D. Kuzo, 
L. Hey, T. Connors, A. Borges, 
E. Engelhard, D. West, A. Ryder, 
D. Klauser, P. Klein, D. Axelson. 



Living Groups 243 



TAYLOR 1 



B. Guenther, D. LePorte, W. 
Spinnich, R. DiPrimi, S. Sturgis, 
M. P. Lammers, T. Marchio, M. 
Joffe, B. Wilson, D. Newhart, P. 
Ludlum, K. Payne, C. Bush, B. 
Jouka, G. Molitor, B. Fitzpatrick, 
P. Floriani, J. Schulze, B. Roth, F. 
Lunney, B. Hoffman, J. Drum- 
mond, M. Smith. 



P. Barry, S. Mozzula, L. Leay, G. 
Shelbs, M. Yaz, H. McConnel, A. 
Smith, B. M. F. Ullman, B. Grif- 
fon, A. Aia, J. Benson, G. Paris, 
B. Nucleas, M. Stoggie, B. Head, 
G. Lytak, P. Weldono, M. Toelo, 
D. Puss, J. Diego, P. Brandiron, 
(not pictured - Y. Gibbert) 




DRINKER 3-A 



244 Living Groups 



RICHARDS A-2 




B. Currie, D. Freeman, D. Fischer, 
M. Losch, F. Reck, D. Charles. G. 
Haase, S. Thomas, C. McCoy, S. 
Freiuch, T. Hicks, R. Kedersha, D. 
Furanna, S. August, K. Fielder. D. 
Roberts, G. Leukoff. F. Behau, E. 
Helfans, G. Bartolacci. I. Grievo. 



TAYLOR 2 



T. Weintraub, M. Stahuer, B. 
Roth, D. Gronostajski, J. Nelson, 
T. Carridi, D. Myers, F. Arneson. 
D. Contant, 1. Chapulesky. B Carl- 
son, M. Barton, B. Numbers, A. 
Hudock. C. Lzachovvski. 



H. Korscn, B Hall, R. Zaborski. |. Uwson, 
S Fleisher, P. Strelitz, P. Burbank, R. 
Jacobs, L Polish, B Leahy, C. Montague, 
W Packard, C Fagan, |. Keller. S. Mikdadi, 
M. Dandashy, B Hewit B I'yater, J. 
Walp, F Anthes. 



Living Groups 245 



M&M A-3 



V. Abrams, T. Gilly, V. Thompson, K. Immel, M. Hut- 
ton, S. Glazebrook, M. Hutton, K. Schmidt, J. Brigham, 
L. Partridge, D. Rissinger, H. Dorer, F. Mearnes, D. 
Lichtenberg, S. Karcher, J. Zilai, S. Sontag, S. Monk- 
meier, S. Beshorr, P. Goettel, P. Green, C. Baer, L. 
Maurer, H. Barr, A. Graedel, M. Colburn, J. O'Brien, 
J. Grumble, D. Camins, B. Ewing, A. Lusteg. 




A lady, that is an enlightened, 
cultivated, liberal lady — the 
only kind to be in a time of in- 
creasing classlessness — could 
espouse any cause: wayward girls, 
social diseases, unmarried mothers, 
and/or birth control with im- 
punity. But never by so much as 
the shadow of a look should she 
acknowledge her own experience 
with the Facts of Life. 

Virginia Peterson 



M&M A-2 



E. Schrier, D. Pollack, L. Whitmore, L. Kolb, M. 
Michaels, L. Topotek, M. Quirk, D. Desborough, S. 
Ketcham, J. Longenhagen, E. Chase, F. Wilson, E. Weiss, 
J. Ryan, D. Seuss, A. McGregor, C. Mentzer, M. Irvine, 
A. Mesko, E. Isaacson, E. Brower, 5. Leake, V. Levy, 
M. Fermer, H. Tatem, G. Hanna, R. Nemery, 5. Bogert, 
P. Oberfell, J. Scagnelli, P. Oertle, T. Connell. 



246 Living Groups 




M & M A-1 



5. Sachs, D. Godycki, L. Bondemore, 
L. Shintaku, J. Butterfield, G. Taran- 
tini, I. Strober, P. Smith, J. Engelhart, 
M. Griest, K. Rick, E. Goldstein, D. 
Yuan, P. Chapman, A. Power, L. 
D' Andrea, H. Rodale, G. Boczar, B. 
Treichler, M. Miller, B. Piskin, J. 
Long, L. Kulp, A. Melstein, T. Little, 
K. Snyder, N. Weiss, K. Kewt, M. 
Mapp, A. Ezaki, B. Smith, A. Fisher, L. 
Jackson. 




M&M B-3 



B. Hedderman, B. Grande, A. Ruggles, B. Long, M. Kearny, B. 
Bernstein, B. Raiser, D. Buonno, T. Whitby, P. Bawton, P. 
Kent, L. Wagner, K. Lankenau, H. Maser, J, Siciliano, D. 
Poole, J. Mizel, T. Gaspare, T. Judge, J. Ricci, P. Grady, R. 
Glassbrenner, S. Dill, B. Milton, T. Hazlett, T. Kyritz, D. Shuts, 
B. Swartwout, D. Mayner, J. Pompeo, J. Goedwagen, D. 
Dorkin, D. Bryant. 



Living Groups 247 



K. Price, D. Walters, D. Dabrowski, A. Gray, K. Bachman, A, Steinberg, D. Lerf, J 
Sugarman, L. Grobstein, S. Grossman, J. Salines, J. Branco, D. Waush, S. Goodson, A 
Werley, A. Martinson, A. Esterman, C. Lazarus, A. Levy, C. Robinson, D. Proctor, J 
Raibaldi, V. Assetto, B. Dippel, M. Holland, S. Schwartz, M. Carpenter, J. Schaffer, J, 
Burke, V. Gebhard, L. Succop, J. Fradkin, V. McGuire, G. Martens, E. Wasenseil, S 
Capps, L. Turner, P. Crawford, P. Saunders, K. Murphy, J. Sn\ith, N. Brown, K. McDonough 



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R. Chism, D. Miller, H. Cohen, J. Gardill, 
R. Eeckhout, P. Holt, A. Huenergarth, K. 
Johnson, K. Mumma, M. Ryan, M. B. 
Camarda, E. Combias, R. Muench, C. 
Cardello, P. Goeller, A. Schwartz, D. 
Creodore, S. Fradkin, L. Schnall, 1, Balog, 
F. Tabas, C. Sessoms, C. Davis 




248 Living Groups 



STOUGHTON 



A. Roland, P. Koby, J. Stagg, R. Herfort, L. Schwinger, J. Christanfeld, B. Knobler, M. 
Walker, M. Galloway, D. D'EIia, A. Diadiamo, 5. Missel, F. Santomeno, A. Kline, D. 
Tica, D. Wolfer, R. Aubert, G. Fruin, P. Collier, S. McGovem, L. Buck, C. Herzon, R. 
Gross, K. Fleck, N. Freeman, S. Fischman, R. Stock, A. Schmoyer, J. Gottesman 





WILLIAMS 



G. Hart, D. Wilson, J. Simunek, D. Oravetz, B Ramis, D. 
Stradel, A Wentzel, ) Witmer, G Fritchman, K Flecker, D. 
Dando, B. Armstrong, S. Mutchler, P Lam, B. Doremus, T. 
Thompson, T. LaSorda, M. Albers, G Weber, D. Clauser, 
E. McFadden, B. Ginsrich, C Beechwood, D Helmbrecht, 
E. Schilder 



Living Groups 249 



LEAVITT 




]. Hoisting, P. Vaughn, B. Roerner, W. Klunkle, J. Oransky, C. Merella, S. Greer, 
B. Weber, M. Pierce, M. Seidel, T. Klopp, R. Hunter, T. Lenthe, B. Focht, P. Irvine, 
K. Hastings, C. Schwinger, D. Peterson, B. Sailer, S. Wehler, G. Bast, R. Kimmelman, 
M. McCready, M. Pettigrew, T. Kent, T. Kersten, G. Harrigan, J. Batus, P. Scarito, 
S. Wisser, B. Dunst, D. Newman 



R. Hall, B. Campanella, K. Tennenbaum, T. Cole, C. Silver, C. Brand, M. 
Grossman, M. Helmus, A. Plushansky, B. Grambony, A. Larson, J. Pirchner, 
D. Noble, J. Murphy, D. Halidon, R. Stowell, G. Yee, T. Lemm, J. Dalcey, T. 
Williams, B. Hommes, B. Bossert, M. Ziegler, D. Olson, J. Friedman, D. Volpe, 
P. Schnellski, T. Hewert, M. ,Wilson, B. Hillegrass, J. Malick, D. Gauger, L. 
Dissinger 



SMILEY 



SMILEY 




McCONN 



J, Waylett, F. Waer, J. Pace, D. Appel, M. Amendola, P, Tomaszeski, R. lohnson, 
T. Vogelsong, D. Gauntlett, B. Asarnow, B. Jones, K. Douglass, T. Boland, R. 
Askin, R. Bucks, C. Stout, D. Lewis, S. Lichtman, T, Nolan, |. Meade, W. Grant, 
P. Wingert, I. Aadland, M. London, |. Burke, L, Koppenhaver, M, Markoff, 
S. Einstein, A. English. 



McConn home for the criminally insane . . . take 
a bath . . . Texas death matches . , . Bud Red- 
ford, and Nerr Newman . . . ROTC and the 
third floor discover waterpistols . . . Hudson 
County places and Bat loses big to Sandman . . . 
Pumpkin pie and fish ... an honest man is 
found, $11 refund . . . wanna play Buddhist 
priest? . . . Sill and Rosie — love at first visit . . . 
House takes third in spite of Steck . . . the 
Warden keeps the peace . . . who didn't fall into 
the Delaware . . . Dola's candy store . . . Alpo 
rides the halls . . . Five man lift , . . Dr. M's 
cheerleader ratings . . . tips on catching a cat- 
fish . . . Asarnow attempts a Jones but fails . . . 
the Flyers give Bucs something to cheer about . . . 
the whip to Tup . . . When are we due back at 
the Home? . . . Boyer's seven-year program . . . 
Home Box Office-cum buster . . . new furniture 
finally . . . Mixers by the tube . . . Wayne plays 
matchmaker . . . many join streakers . . . Right 
Guard, NOW . . . The Young and the Restless, 
Snapper . . . Bick, the typist . . . Ig leaves a 
lasting impression on Bat . . . 



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T. Stephansen, T. Van Wort R. Zajec, J. Mao, Joe Hendrzak, B. Wilson, R. 
Reidy, B. Drumm, K. Weisman, A. Chinchinski, L. Doren, B. Facsinelli, B. Pirk, 
M. Guerari, K. Elovitz, K. Shintaku, A. Osmanski, L. Horey, T. Boone, C De- 
Prefontaine, J. Applegate, M. Breslyn, P. Buscarini, J. Sersi, T. Miller, K. Holly. 



CONGDON 



Living Groups 253 





B. Olenazak, D. Embrec, S. Weinstein, C. Nowick, J. Daday, J. Graham, P. Rodgers, E. Stammerjohn, 
L. Radkowski, B. Dippel, D. Goss, C. Kozak, P. Boorujy, J, Strain, M. Barabdy, W. McGrew, P. 
Eichen, J. Pompeo, J. Wieder, M. Derwionka, S. Hughes, P. Loyka, S. Vogel, D. NAcKinley, B. Zenn, 
P. Knauer, A. Gotwal, B. Howard, W. Buchter, R. Dall, L Dries, D. Durbin, C. Haas, D. Kistler, M. 
Kohler, S. Platte, VV. Rice, ]. Sabol, G. Stewart, S. Zambo, P. Zink. 



THORNBURG 



STEVENS 



S. Sheppard, A. Wainger, N. Rothkopf, D. DeFurck, K. Bongarten, K. Karch, S. 
Wollman, D. Alva, L. Adasko, B. Kast, J. Schwartz, S. Helfrich, B. Whyte, L. 
Bielory, A. Miller, R. Israel, M. Hyzinski, J. Deutsch, I. Shapolsky, M. Kirby, G. 
Reifsnyder, S. McCarty, B. Cardwell, G. Mehalchick, R. Vabner, B. Naunas, S. 
Shelosky, R. Cupp, G. Blewis, J. Fletcher. 



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Larry Archibald, Keith Brownlie, Victor Fasalino, Orlando Gonzalez, Mark Mactas, Alvin Pedecine, Brad ey Rapp, Jhon^as Ress, Wilham 
Sanders, Stephen Spey. John Strong, Roland Messori. Paul Angert, Colin Batson, George Bays, Richard Berlin, Frank Bucs,, W.lham Conrad, 
Victor Cotugno, Kevin Flanagan, Rein Krevald, Mark Linder. Mark Menza, Keith Merrick, Richard Mingione, Thomas N.lsen Bruce Pawelka. 
Jeffrey Rounsaville, Malcolm Earl Sheard, Stephen Sherman. Jeffrey Sherman, Donald Wesner, Joseph Zahniser, Alex Adam Frank Anderson 
Richard Braz.ll, Jeffrey Crabtree, Jeffrey Gotlinger, Marn.x Hoogewerff, Peter Houghton. Bryan Kris, Jeffrey Lentz, Richard Perrme, Michael 
Radio. Otto Schatz, Raymond Trakimas, Paul Wolownik. James Martin. 



256 Frat Clubs 




ALPHA CHI RHO 



Bush on 6-0 . . . Card game in the dining room . . . 
Kick save and a beauty! . . . Snapper . , . David 
Boa . . . DEcent . . . Where's the bong? . . . Motor 
Mouth . . . Skllluup . . . Greetings Enoch . . . Dope 
hadda pass for that Hght . . . Cwabby and Lawwy 
. . . Image talk . . . Lookout! The couch is on fire 

. . T.A. . . . Dad . . . Fifteen and I'll bump ya 
fifteen . . . Tex breaks the ice . . . Yeah, I might 
like that . . . Rein's guarding the hot dogs . . . 
Grupenkookerockymarlasugarstellawentz . . . Let's 
get group auto insurance . . . Pumpkin run in the 
foyer . . . What's for dessert? - rice pudding. . . . 
Sons of 1984 . . . Wahoo . . . The famous Dutch 
Trick . . . Mead skirmish . . . Cigarette trails . . . 
W.T.'s . . . Let's catch some rays . . . "He got his 
job offer because he's a Spic . . ." Let's hit the 
rock , . . Down and Dirty . . . Wanna foos? . . . 
Marathon council . . . We're number two . . . Happy 
New Year 



Frat Cluh 257 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



Glenn Lightner, Bill Gustavson, John Hawkins, Kurt Rolf, 
Brad Hamm, John Lutz, Rich Hunter, Bob Gluckman, Gary 
Griffith, Greg Hasse, Weldon Regi, Mike Magee, Eric Bond, 
Chas. Belser, Jim Lau, Rob Sneddon, John Benz, Rich 
Voipe, Art Ricci, Bruce Leach, Bill Allison, Howie Winter, 
Steve Goldberg, Jim Payne, Walt Graham, Gil Levine, Jim 
Bayse, Dave Webb, George Hovanec, Jim Schultes, Al Bags, 
Gary Abel, Bill Goodwin, Ernie Ruckert, Doug Taylor, Dave 
Auperin, John Mahoney. 




258 Frat Clubs 




Frat Clubs 259 




Their heads sometimes so little that there is no room 
for wit; sometimes so long that there is no wit for so much 
room. 

Fuller 



260 Frat Clubs 




ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



Ed Boltz, John Shaker, John Shillacl^, Milce Rowsey, Done Ciafolo, Don Plum, 
Greg Smith, Bill Piel, Mark Durback, Chuck Brewer, Cork Wintgen, Mike Bowers, 
Chip Gruver, Nick Hantzeo, Mike Lechner, Sean Handerhan, Rich Muir, Jeff 
Gordon, Joe Alleva, Steve Young, Dan Santoro, Steve Doyle, Ken Probst, Carl 
Emerling, Jim Latrides, Dan Sparago, Mike Hoffman, Mark Arendas, Barry Gritz, 
Bob MulhoUand, Hank Mohrman, Jeff Armstrong, Lyle Hogg, Jim Case, Ed 
Ritter, John Kaester, Jim Gallager, Craig Gordon, Dan MulhoUand, Gene Connell, 
Jim Ritter, John Gyuris, Dave Hiller, C J. Skender, Joe Rinn, Biir Hertzman, Pat 
Mulaney. 



Frat Clubs 261 



BETA THETA PI 



Telephone call for Larry . . . JZ hangs with Beta 
but switches to Y . . . Pail him Freddie . . . Alpert 
likes the cold dormlock or no lock . . . Georgey! 
. . . Hey Man, bum me out . . . Al and Gari study 
every night ... But flips out . . . What's your 
act with bitches these days Redness? . . . Sue 
makes the rounds at Beta . . . Frickie is in love 
with the girl from CCC . . . Brother likes Buns 
. . . Dukas, Dukas!! . . . Barney enrolls in a course 
in miracles . . . Coles pays all his debts . . . 
Goldie - Demps or Demps - Goldie - take your 
pick . . . DK is rewarded for a fine semester of 
work by making Dean's Team . . . Trade of the 
year is Kuritzky for Chep . . . Rup loves 
Southerners . . . H-a-a-r-r-y!! . . . The house 
loses one of its all-time greats when MCalt leaves 
... Big T will graduate finally, probably . . . 
Larry fails miserably as a salesman . . . Goon 
leaves behind many new words . . . Beta remains 
a united house. 




Who wears his 



'it in his belly, and his guts in his head. 
Shakespeare 



161 Frat Clubs 



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Doug Carvel, Joe McDonald, Al Choinere, Mike Roslin, Mark Alpert, Red Caltigirone, Mike Grady, Tom Butler, Tarrilli, Bob Handschue, 
Tom Acker, Dan Ruppert, I.M.N. Ass, |ohn Kozel, Steve Mueller, Mark Caltigerone, Fredness Vajda, Fred Engelberger, Chip Brady, Carl 
Hamilton, J. Bo Stuckey, Man Mountain, Dale Kirkwood, Harry Stephens, Norm Radics, John Cheplik, Scott Kress, D. Meckler. 



Frat Clubs 2c3 




Gustavo Danioi, Phil Bretz, )an Platavosky, Scott Stebbins, Kent Welsh, Kerry Sewell, lohn Harr.ngton, Carlos Gomez ^-tt StncUand Dave 
Rischer, Edw ,n Bachesor,, Mark Kerschner. Steve Waldenburg, Dave Detra, D.xon Rich, leff Citrone, Larry Jacobs, Wh.tney Stearns, Paul Schwarzbach, 
Carl Bosch, Blake Eisenhart, Andy Linderman, Craig VHla, Mark Breslin. 



264 Frat Clubs 




CHI PHI 



Minus the Old Guard, the Brothers United 
returned with Doobies in their hearts and soccer 
in their feet, but Schmilson stole the show. 
Squati and the team of Breslin and Sewell com- 
peted for the Bullet Memorial Disconfiguration 
Award. Jester's room was too hot, so BC air 
conditioned the executive suite. Everyone prayed 
for relief as the Triple A took a trip. A De- 
cember wedding turned into a divorce as ]G 
took the "ette" from ball. Boston returned to 
hear the bells ring, as Bridsie got a hand from 
Dennis in the eaves. But later 5SC saved the 
dignity of Massachusetts. Villa asked for Persian 
oil in Madrid, Satan wanted a high school 
thrill, but Salty got the red bone. Rosies in- 
herited your mother's bloomers, but nobody 
wanted them. A new Lucy found an old room 
(just like it was when) and a first in the bed 
race. Ed had a phone call, but he was busy on 
the other line. The B taught the pledges how 
the arms form a "Chi," but they couldn't stay 
to practice. Who knows how to answer the 
phone, anyway? 

Good Night, Chi Phi! 



Frat Cluh 265 



CHI PSI 



The man with a single used more as a 
double; Jaaaag-off!; Keep on truck'in with 
A.P.A.; If it's broken he can fix it; The 
voice of Lehigh sports; Heh, my car broke 
down again can't someone pick me up?; 
Oh, my aching balls!; Where's phantom?; 
Chi Psi's all-american once again; Connie 
is the greatest and I'm the strongest; Just 
another token beer, and another, and 
another . . .; I'll be the first brother to make 
a million; Yes, strength is my act, yaah! 

Heads you win, tails we lose; one trip to 
Georgia and I was in love; The Chi Psi 
darts champion; "Name of the game" crew 
president; The only dentist with a pucked- 
up tooth; I can't understand why I have to 

turn my stereo down; why can't we watch the Flyer's; If you don't know the 
answer ask him, he knows everything; Dundee # 1??????; Heh, got any cigaretts?; 
give us Parabis!! 

Oh, we're in deep trouble; The Japanese say: Man's best friend is his girl and 
his books; I only sleep, eat, and fart at the Lodge; I can't help it I just keep 
getting bigger and bigger; From Karate, boxing, and tennis to Delaware and 
back; I played BALL at W. Kentucky; Buffalo Bob is growing another beard; I 
took my finals early and bolted; a very hurting redhead after the Campus Crawl; 
I resign, I resign, I gave away the SECRET KNOCK!!!! 

The Lodge says goodbye and good luck to Scotty, Seedy, B.D., Dom, Wags, 
Rep, Schlegs, Mel, Pacer, Lenny, P.K., and Koonsie. 




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Michael AcHs — Grande, William R. Wagner, Thomas Reidy, Robert Volpicelli, Robert Dunn, 
David Danahy, Jeremiah Mullane, Scott Rahmes, John Tracy, John Irvin, Robert Andler, Paul 
D'Aloisio, Joseph Berenato, Carl Succop, Steven Folsom, David Mancosh, Phil Hofmann, Tom 
Pasquini, Mel Pesuit, Joseph Shanley, Michael Reppert, William Schlegel, Greg Paradis, Paul 
Sabo, Richard Rooney, Charles Sonon, Jeff Luker, Dave Howitt. 



Frat Clubs 267 



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268 Frat Clubs 




DELTA CHI 



Russ Schvvetz, Steve Kamin, Bob Riddett, Tom Tutweiler, 
Greg Fischer, Barney Cook, Larry Stauffer, Mike Saliha, 
John Bernier, Larry Varnerin, Howie Bergert, Dan Derbin, 
John Stillo, John McGlade, Paul Zink, Ken Cale, Bob Hynes, 
Lee Greeman, Steve Samler, Tom Owen, Steve Bilan, Jim 
Zahka, Vinnie Forlenza, Amin KhaUfa, George Freestone, 
Joe Weis, Dave Reynolds, Carl Garthwaite, Jim Glass, Joe 
Bonnacci, Jeff Gass, Dave Hoover. 



Frat Cluhi 26Q 



DELTA PHI 



Let's give the "mystery man" a $50 package deal . . . 
Larry's got a friend whose got a friend who knows 
someone that can . . . Phone call in whose room?? . . . 
The newly established Scoe School of Driving . . . 
"That's bizarre" . . . "You're wild" . . . "You're in- 
sane" . . . "You're out of hand" . . . "You got beat by 
a WHAT, Silks?" I want 2 nude and 2 with full winter 
garb . . . Little Furry F. becomes king ... "I really 
love you guys, don't you love me? . . . The bird gets a 
$750 exemption . . . Pancho becomes ChoUie's friend 
. . . "Who is 21 and won't buy a keg?" . . . The Hoggs 
are in the pen graveling . . . Tilt still hasn't straightened 
up . . . Lord, the Heave, Mr. E, 4.0, Gazelle, Murph, 
Fat Bird, Sparky, Vinny, Healy, Black Mafia, and Paul 
become brothers . . . The Kid rolls his car . . . We 
finally got the B-ball hoop . . . Fed meets the Bethle- 
hem police . . . The rug doesn't need cutting this week 
. . . The D. Phi forrest . . . IM drinking team is tops 
. . . The Mad Pisser and his cohort. Laddie . . . The 
Heave gives his hat to Ann for hours . . . "Quack 
Quack Quack" — it's Ducky Bronson . . . Bill becomes 
a social worker!!!!!!!!! 




270 Frat Clubs 




Rick Klein, Jeff Johns, Tom Gilboy, Glen Peters, Chuck Freitag, Tom Murphy, Mike Ryan, Rick 
Sedlak, Frank Barber, Eric Dornblaser, Rick Miller, Mike Sova, Joe Tarulli, Dave Leidel, Russ Jordan, 
Joe Fox, Scott Detar, Lenny Kobeski, Joe Federowicz, A! Pepe, Bill Rand, Pete Gysel, Chris Derby, 
Jeff Stoneback, Jim Wilmott, Jeff Kline, Jim Healy 



Frat Clubs 271 




Carl Halye David Keaney, David Bender, James Richmond, William Hall, Anthony Batory, Robert 
Lazaris, Barry Leonard, Walter Spehalski, Steven Klasko, Jeffrey Herr, Neal Piaster, Steven Nowick, 
David Katz, William Buck, Thomas Hoh, Jeffrey Sharp, Carl Rohmann, Glenn Schachter, Michael 
Boyle, Ira Schulman, David Miller, David Heck, Robert M. Wagner, John Eckenrode, Joseph Tafaro, 
John Woynarowski, Dominick Ghilardi, John W. Phelps, Brian Silberberg, John Steckel, Steven Wagner, 
Robert Williamson, Steven Zuch, Brian Butler, Peter Kranack. 



272 Frat Clubs 




DELTA SIGMA PHI 



You are a laim zip . . , whose got a bed for Ira? 
• No Leonard he wants a single . . . The in- 
vasion of the Cresties ... The saga of Dynamite 
Dighton and "well that's just fine" . . . Intramural 
football and the search for a quarterback 
We don't score much but what a defense! 
Griffin leaves and suddenly the tube room is a 
safe place to go . . . Where's Miller? Probably 
with Mum and Pop at the Pumps looking for a 
Box ... A lame duck president flaps again with 
the IFC . . . Ten more days 'till Cece . . . What 
about a house dream girl? Yeah, what about it? 
. . . Plaster continues Halye's tradition with THE 
Award . . . Softball^ and our "Head" statistician 
. . . You're really not going to use that pichire 
of the two hamsters ah, . . . Laz and Klasko's 
Pizza Parlor, may we help you? . . . Brian, what's 
your car doing on 22? Brian: "What car?" 
Who signed me up for 55 Stewart Sandwiches?? 
■ . . Sharp meets a Pepsi Bottle from an unusual 
angle . . . tenth in the University, Keep on 
"Turkin" . . . Katz, the spaghetti should be 
cooked first . . . Rohmann's living room per- 
formance, quite an acrobat . . . Barry outshines 
the stripper . . . Who turned our electric blankets 
on "Freeze?" ... Fun in New York . . . Love 
those subways . . . Ring the bell, Dick Van Dyke's 
on in two minutes . . . Sober house meetings 
Is this Tafaro's room? You mean you can't tell? 
... Heavy favorite Richmond beaten in pinball 
final ... I don't believe Berle is coming back! . 
Al K. who? . . . Delta Sig is some kinda place! 



Frat Clubs 273 



DELTA TAU DELTA 



Be honest as the day is long 
And pay for every piece of cheese 
But after dark there's nothing wrong 
In grabbing anything you please. 

Roth Hochhuth 




Mike Ronan, Marty Fletcher, Dean Racioppi, Jim Addonizio, 
Kip Schroeder, Tom Whitten, Mike Pennino, Mike Thomas, 
Kord Scott, Steve Bates, Roger McFillian, Joe Sterrett, Ron 
Ross. 



274 Frat Clubs 




Fral Clubs 275 




116 Frat Clubs 




DELTA UPSILON 



Kenny, Somneriab, Rose, Rotolo, Hurley, Ron, Yocco, Otto, Rick, Melnhart, 
Vargo |oe, Dietz, Wisky, Davy. Tom, Skip, Sam, lack, Pete, Diamond, Rick, 
Martinski, Luff, Banko, Dale, Bill, Erik, Briggsy, Dave, Dave, Bogart, Hoy, 
Schultze, Mike, John, Geba, Rusty. Fred, lose, Ron, Pulver. Chad, Kas, Eric, 
VInce, Wilt. 



Frat Clubs 277 



KAPPA ALPHA 



Beat it! . . . Christ Plevyak . . , 
Momma! . . . House of Oid . . . 
You bum . . . Have I got a joke 
for you! . . . Jump, frog, jump . . . 
Pardon me, fella, can I butt in? 
. . . "Ode to Momma Leone" . . . 
Keg-throwing . . . Tuxedo fris- 
bee . . . Where the hell is 
Hockey? . . . Weaselpiss . . . 
Wolf stinks! . . . Adjustable 
wrench . . . Ten minutes. 

Who the hell is Osiris? . . . 
Then they cut up the body into 
fourteen pieces . . . Beerman, 
pay the beerman! . . . Putt, who 
is Mike Rogodzinski? . . . Roof 
. . . "Why does Jeff Grant go to 
the Mart? Because the Mart won't 
come to Jeff!" . . . Five minutes! 
Eigenvector, a quarter inch 
downward . . . Stuffed fried rat 
. . . Hey Babe! . . . Plevyak's got 
a date?!! (poor girl) . . . "Krash" 
Klingensmith . . . Sunday on 
the K. A. beach . . . Scotty has 
two of them! . . . Scabs par- 
mesian, again . . . The Nurd . . . 
Schmidt's checking out corals . . . 
Bloid moid . . . Now!!. 




278 Frat Clubs 




Scott Rhoads, Bob Cummings, Al Frank, Qiris Bupp, Walt Andrew, Stu Smith, 
Doug Bennett, Roland Bondani, Steve Lupinacci, lohn Leone, Bob Putt, Curt 
Schmidt, John Paules, Gary Kraft, Dave Tiller, Ken Ferguson, Gary Abyad, 
Jeff Searer, Bill Mohylsky, Brian Drummond, Ray Pleuyak, Jay Aiello, Nick 
Fenelli, Bob Yurkovic, Dave Lockart, Keith Klingensmith, Jim Egan, leff Grant, 
Jack Basiago, Marc Beerman, Larry Wolf, Doug Hansen, Tom Drosback, 



Frat Cluhs 279 




Rub Denis, Membah Ferrio, J. Brobson, P. Loschiavo, W. Allen, Clint McCarthy, R. Frey, K. ShaFfer, 
R. Peterson, B. Cochran, T. Sine, M. Whitmore, S. Ainey, L Boone, S. Clark, K. Lefevre, SS.S. 
George, B. Husted, W, Ryan, J. Andriole, D. Sullivan, D. Grgurich, B. Paterson, D. Poole, B. Cintani, 
F. Wieners, R. Corelli, G. Packard, D. Sickle, M. Starr, D. Hawxhurst, B. Gillie, T. Betzwieser, C 
Allison. 



280 ¥rat Clubs 




KAPPA SIGMA 



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Membah . . . Phantom . . . Flyers in 6? 

. . Here comes Willie the house mother 
with some more questions . . . Jeff who??? 
. , , The two foot man ... Its Snake man 
vs. Snake and Face, ssssssssss . . . Brain 
dog's in the ditchen again . . . Somebody 
buy the Rican an exhaust fan . . . The 
little perverts selling tickets to his room 
again . . . Baron II . . . Angel . . . Moshe 
... Oh Whittay . . . L05H y'Hello . . . 
High School . . . W. Wham . . . Skipper 
. Mr. Nice Guy The Fine art of scream- 
ing on people . . . Mr. Nice Guy Moustache 
Man, 76ers . . . Rasshole . . . SHOT!! SAVE!! 
REBOUND!! SCORE!! FLYERS!!! Rangers 
in 7!!! Who slept til 5:30 . . . Hey where's 
your wedding . . . Harris pummeling Schultz 
in the party room!!! 



Frat Cluh 2S1 



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282 Frat Clubs 



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R. Voorhees, G. Torski, M. Lee, j. Schoft, R. Barsley, M. Vetsko, B. Jones, G. Hillenbrand, R. Edsail, 
L. Elloff, C. DeAngelo, R. Schiefer, T. Keating, K. Green, T. Weiner, R. Silvestri, ]. O'Grady, C 
Dodge, J. Giansante, D. Engler, T. Mahal, G. Wagner, E. Denny, D. Erode, A. Murray. E. lenschke, 
E. Butz, B. Parker, M. Cehomsky, "Bacchus". 



Fral Clubs 28 ^ 



PHI DELTA THETA 



Another all sports day . . . the mutes want oggs 
. . . Como watches Martha jump . . . I'm in love 
. . . anybody for backyard ball . . . the Phi club 
. . . Insurance Woman ... I don't know, you 
know what I mean . . . DeWopeo runs the 
Bijou . . . you're outa here . . . Rodeo and Truck 
blast off for unknown galaxies . . . Botswana 
Bob, I presume . . . N-B-E-N . . . Bert straps on 
an Everlast collar and decks Frand . . . Squeak 
Squeak . . . You get the one on the right, Zabes 
. . . get juiced . . . Harron could put out fires 
. . . Jakes's two-way lunch . . . Obie and Bag 
bring back the turtle . . . finer than proverbial 
. . . Post is back ... oh, Billy, Billy, oh . . . 
clean up your room. Bird . . . Brief, Geek, and 
Gumby hit the Big O . . . Solder Woman and 
Miss Clairol ... no problems . . . what a hide- 
ous tusker . . . Slow's twenty-four hour radio 
. . . who wants Greekers? . . . Sunburst and 
Susie NT . . . Tex perfects the pig snort . . . 
Are you the guy with the white car? . . . throw 
a beer on her . . . Mon and Womon . . . You 
don't sweat much for a fat girl. 




284 Frat Clubs 




p. Porter, B. Fitting, S. Mathews, T. Boileau, D. Wasson, C. McBeth, A. Mix, B. Smith, B. Shultz, 
C. Havill, ). Yalowich, G. Strow, D. Henning, P. Avakian, T. Power, N. Kinsley, M. Edwards, P. 
Lumnitzer, C. Fritz, B. Bolton, D. Roeding, D. Zabor, D. Coffin, D. Harbaugh, B. White, B. Alten- 
pohl, B. Dunn, P. Barnes, B. Saydah, 1. Brader, T. DeScipio. 



Frat Cluk 285 














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p. Moe, ]. Sinnort, 1. Gantner, P. Purple, S. Thatcher, G. Sherer, D. Hittinger 
E. Demaree, G. Meyers, J. Conbay, M. Cranhole, G. Thomas, P. Graham, 
D' Antonio, G. Borsinger, B. Hewitt, C. Minucci, K. Ludlum, M. Borden. 



T. Porsche, G. Brc^wn, 
P. Somers, I. Slong, J. 



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PHI GAMMA DELTA 



L)r.ing-utjns teach us that looks are not everything but 
darned near it. 

Will Cuppy, How to Tell Your Fnen.l> Irom ihe Ape> 



Frat Clubs 287 



PHI KAPPA THETA 



Phi Kappa Theta - D.B., such good initials. 28-11. 
Home of the I.F.C. Chugging Champ 1972 and 1974. 
Home of the I.F.C. Campus Crawl Champ 1974. 
"Ohhh Vitooo". Ignapatch and Patchnatosky. "Good 
Buddy". "What do you think?" Do you do impres- 
sions? "For no reason at all!" Spiral Dork. Quincy, 
Fatty, Rat, Greek, Enzo, Schlong, Chas, Neck, Eyes, 
Big D., Little D., Baby D., Smokin' Joe, Moon, Meat- 
ball, Geraldine, Jeep, Quacker, Fish, Bag (Who?), 
Man-God, Snaff, Ham, Lou, Bosk, Ig, Max, Frank . . . 
one for the brotherhood . . . "Pay your housebills". 
What's Monday without Gracie, every Monday! When 
driving the bus, call Ralph. 79.352 centimeters. 21st 
birthdays at the P.A. Club. Truth or Consequences 
and Fart Leming's Jeopardy . . . pick . . . pick . . . 
who is the leader of the club? Waterballoons. Get 
your car out of the driveway! Joe Baatz! "Come on 
guys"! Q.V. Pong. Beans and franks, again. Hoops. 
The Sun and Fun Club. Yippee Tie One On. Minga 
. . . Mickey Mouse. 




288 Frat Clubs 




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J. Barabas, J. Bosco, R. James, J. Bower, R. Foley, G. Hiller, R. Manslow, D. 
Powers, J. Gerber, G. Fisher, M. Eyerly, 5. Beegle, M. Rtnaldi, T. Graziano, R. 
Smyth, D. Baskin, D. Hunter, C. Haber, G. Riccardi, R. Stewart, C. Farina, 
M. Brune, R. Kitchen, A. Bova, B. Pineilo, M. Hamilton, S. Kamen, S. Des- 
jardins, M. Saffer, K. Shields, T. Healy, |. Ignatosky, D. Jolinson, W. Patchak, M. 
Adelman, D. Prideaux, A. George. 



Frat Clubs 289 




K. Cramer, C. Whitford, Nicole, Bob Grott, Jack Plunkett, Bob Plunkett, Damon Keyes, Russ 
Wintner, Walt Senkowski, Greg Silvestri, Neil Rosenberg, Kevin Gross, Joe Burns, Joe 
Decilvio, Brent Willey, Paul Pringle, Nat Gore, Otto Mutzberg, Bill Abendschein, Steve 
Diamond, lames Galletly, H.R. Gustafson, John Lindberg, Jeri McClune, Jim Wheeler, Mike 
Lieberman, Tommy McGeehin, Willy Neil, Randy Schneider, Bill Sturgis, Mark Adams, John 
Bolebruch, Gene Borgosz, Tony Crivello, Pete Henderson, Rod Oren, Andy Preston, Walt 
Senkowski. 



290 Frat Clubs 




PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



The great white rat . . . Pooh . . . KO Adams 
. . . There are ants in the kitchen . . . Tell Maura 
I love here . . . Who got pinned tonight? . . . 
The Gettysburg Eight . . . Whip job . . . Wonder 
Wart Hog . . . Let's get stinko . . . Tony, get 
your hands out of your pants . . . B.F. . . . 
eeeeeeeeeeee . . . Chip-in . . . Roof rally . . . 
$50 for the mouse . . . Brownies, Again? . . . 
There's a squirrel on the third floor . , . Where 
is Gus?? . . . Boo, Hiss, Bummer, Drag . . . 
Let's get naked! . . . Amy . . . F.A. 4 . . . Phi 
Sig Beaver Patrol . . . Henderson's going stag 
. . . slizzy-miss-lizzy . . . What? No chocolate 
sauce??? Shut-up, dork . . . jizz . . . The mystery 
brother . . . greeker run? , . . OTR, Rangers 
lost . . . muff head . . . get to bed!!! . . . Who 
pulled your chain? . . . announcements . . . I'm 
so hot! . . . They're real people ... no salt? . . . 
Damon, how far is it to Philly? . . . sleeze . . . 
Socially speaking . . . along those lines . . . cups 
are thirty dollars a case . . . the great orange 
pumpkin . . . the parking lot has been resurfaced 
again . . . Grease! Grease! Grease! . . . poor 
arnold's dead . . . streakers . . . Maria Wheeler 
. . . deep throat . . . The Polish toilet seat . . . 
GPW and NNW . . . girl in the shower . . . 
Buffalo's Posish Princess . . . 



Frai Clubs 291 



PI LAMBDA PHI 



Sal Alfano, John Ballowe, Jeff 
Bodenstab, Doug Bruglar, Dave 
Burdakin, Dave Bzil<, Ed Bzik, Art 
Camp, B Cieri, Gerry Cleaves, 
Neal Deluca, Steve Evans, Dave 
Fair, Bill Fitzgibbons, Eldon Ford, 
John Garrison, Jim Garrison, Jim 
Giammarva, Gary Glasgall, Stu 
Goldstein, Tom Good, Nat Hager, 
Buzz Hanson, Fred Hartman, 
Steve Hazlett, Ed Helgans, Jay 
Hicks, Paul Humbert, Paul Idell, 
Bob Jacobs, Tom Hohnston, Jim 
Kusko, Dave Larson, Jeff Larson, 
Marty LeClerc, John Lyon, Al 
MacDonald, Jeff Mackevich, Lee 
Meyers, Al Mick, Dave Muld- 
berg, John Nuss, Gerry Patelunas, 
Steve Rituper, Jim Rosener, Bob 
Sievers, Willie Sisolak, Ron 
Smith, Frank Sorosky, John 
Stadnik, Brad Stephenson, Andy 
Stern, Kurt Stoffel, Tim Travers, 
Ed Troy, Mike Ward, Gerry Wie- 
mann. Bill Wisser, Mike Yoder, 
Mike Zimmerman, Tony Kravitz. 




191 Frat Clubs 




Frat Clubs 293 







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]. Swanson, E. Rouse, L. Herrick, M. Bruno, D. Richter, W. Taylor, L. Pretsch, D. Sergent, S. 
Messineo, J. Osloslo, M. Jensen, K. Brotzman, R. La Follette, E. Leinbach, W. Kelly, B. Smith, D. 
Dugan, P. Baker, D. Stackhouse, B. Flax, D. Brown, J. Vitillo, W. Serenbetz, W. Dorogy, K. Miller, 
A. Haviland, C McMicheal, J. Hamtil, H. Loyle, F. Housel, D. Jenkins, R. Allison, S. McAdams, W. 
Burd, H. Paul, J. Sulik. 



294 Frat Clubs 




PSI UPSILON 



Frat Clubs 295 







1. to r.: R. Feldman, M. Ehrenpreis, G. LeukoFf, S. Frelich, M. Exstein, R. ludson, D. Marfone, L. Weinstein, P. Lichtenberg, S. Resier, E. Pecker, K. 
Matlick, P. Sneldkraut, R. Schrier, P. Turkell, R. Kaufman, M. Kramer, B. Nowick, P. Gach, B.I., A. Dember, A. Tuller, T. DeLitto, R. Davis, H. Talmud, 
E. Liebman, L. Mahler, S. Martin, R. Agastein, J. Duray, J. Jacobson, D. Nusblatt, E. Bernstein, J. Schaff, R. Berse, H. Reiss, A. Levy, M. Rosen, L. Sarakin, 
M. Stabler, missing: 1. Bloom, M. Moss, J. Kirsch, I. McMenamin, |, Evans, P. Kline, A. Shmerler, |. Gilbert, G. Levine, C. Lemle, E. Bachrach, D. 
Mack, M. Goldstein, N. Axelrod, K. Flatto, M. Longweber, B. Kesselman, A. Levine. 



296 Fral Clubs 




SIGMA ALPHA MU 



Frat Clubs 297 



SIGMA CHI 



The Daily Nose May 27, 1974 

CANINES AWARDED DEGREES 

IN COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 

by Chuck U. Farley 

BETHLEHEM - The Bachelor of Arts degree 
was conferred upon two male dogs yesterday in 
commencement exercises held at Lehigh Uni- 
versity's Taylor Stadium. 

The move set a world wide precedent and was 
considered a major step forward for the Canine 
Liberation Movement. 

The two dogs. Snowball and Beanbag, were 
accepted as freshmen in 1970 in an attempt by 
the University administration to cultivate a 
wider cross-section in the student body. A year 
later, in 1971, the University opened its doors 
to women. 

The commencement closed the books on a 
brilliant college career for the dogs. 

Snowball, an English major, was a four-year 
member of the cross country team, served on the 
Forum's Committee on Operations and Pro- 
cedures, was SAC concert chairman, and was a 
brother of Sigma Chi fraternity. 

Beanbag was also a Sigma Chi. In addition, he 
served as program director of WLRN, was a 
lighting technician for Mustard and Cheese, and 
was the manager of the girls' field hockey team. 
This past winter, he tried out for varsity bas- 
ketball just for chuckles, became a starter, and 
captured Rookie of the Year and MVP honors. 

Both dogs maintained an average of over 3.4 
during their entire stay at Lehigh. Unfortunately, 
their fine scholastic achievements weren't enough 
to keep Sigma Chi from being placed on academic 
probation. 

When asked what they thought of the rigors 
of college life, they both replied, "Rough!" 

Snowball plans to hitchhike cross country be- 
fore going to work in September as a writer for 
National Lampoon. 

Beanbag, a speech major, hasn't found a job 
yet. He plans to spend his summer chasing cars 
and motorcycles down Route 22. 




Some men are graduated from college cum laude, some are 
graduated summa cum laude, and some are graduated mirabile 
dictu. 

William Howard Taft 



298 r-rat Clubs 




Bill Mann, Mark RIchert, Tony Rocca, Ed Egan, Sandy Crape, Ted White, Bill Roman, Reigo Finnela, 
Rick Gill, Rocky Colabella, Bob Daniels, Steve Loizeaux, Mark Wetzel, Ed Kohl, Craig Artim, Mike 
Long, Jim O'Donnell, Jim Barnes, George Drizos, Ken Szabo, Tim Collins, Mark Loiseaux, Jeff 
Bigach, Pete Ballas, Nick Noel, Bob Surdan, Betsy Tiralik, Rick Dave, Greg Zenczak, Rick Bourie. 



Fral Clubs 299 




Chris Ingram, Doug Wright, Doug Pike, Manny Simoes, Brandt Carter, lake Sanders, Ted Eng, Brian O'Connors, Chuck 
Kiefer, A! Wroe, William O'Brien, Todd Sterner, Eric Wallace, Phil McCutcheon, Greg Gleason, Charlie Brown, Steve 
Sperry, Jan Reber, Bob Alexander, Tom Schell, Phil Off, Bruce Kiefer, Bill Hemelt, Lewis Shoemaker, Charlie Loeffler, 
Bob Millinghausen, Ken Wickham, Neil Clemence, Bob Orbemann, Bob Shannon, Tony Scarselletti, Ted Rebenko, Ron 
Trombetta, Dave Sawutz, Bob Sweeney, Bob Rimby, Tom Reid, lim Robbins, Pete Johnson. 



300 Frat Clubs 




SIGMA NU 



Virginia is for lovers . . . Sperry, does she 
or doesn't she?, blululuiulu . . . who ordered 
this bus? . . . Oh my god! . . . get my daddy 
a beer ... is Sims Moody? . . . Skinny 
Phil, Seedy, Reidy, S.J., the man with his 
hand in his navel . . . the year of the pin 
. . . leaves in the Rah-Rah room . . . Chrome- 
dome . . . Frog-turtle-Gleason . . . water in 
the milk cartons . . . scratch one '63 
Chrysler Imperial . . . Seedy's safety seed 
dispenser . . . the house sky-humping 
team . . . "nice country A-may-ri-ca, eh?" 
. . . meat pies for dessert ... is Carter a 
virgin? . . . Shoemaker breaks Wallace's 
record . . . Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Henson 
. . . $10, $5, $1.25 . . . The Phantom 

strikes again . . . "Keep su ing!" . . . 

Mortayeshki Shishkabob . . . Linda Love- 
lace and Jake . . . triple sh_t . . . most 
balls to the Starlets . . . who's on first? 
. . . who has the front door? . . . 3-5 
shift, anybody? . . . Killer Lew! . . . "the 
State Police were REALLY pissed!" . . . 
Michaelangel-O.B. and the living-room 
ceiling . . . Jake enrolls in Centennial 
School . . . Hall, the weekend warrior . . . 
Zero who? . . . the Wop snaps out again 
. . . Snake eats Sawutz! . . . Brown Bag and 
Wroebag . . . "heaven in a cup!" . . . Ground 
Beef Week . . . Jay's in love again . . . 
Dude = (Sigma) '' ... what's a parasite? 
. . . 142.5 hermies . . . Dudley Do-wright 
. . . where the hell is Minot, General? . . . 
Brown's bricks . . . CRI's wearing a jacket 
and tie! . . . BEGPA . . . Wickham: smile = 
OTR, "Turn down the bass!" . . . Snake-a- 
date . . . Eng, Howey, and O.B. roll their 
own . . . Alumni: JLTOD . . . air-Man, 
Exxon, Wick, Bernie Noltestein . . . Clarence 
Brillo wins the case . . . "How was your 
sleep?" . . . Natives are restless on ROTC 
Day ... try my Clove Wine . . . ORE . . . 
de-troued in the parking lot . . . the bus 
driver's daughter . . . those streaking 
pledges . . . AIRBORNE!! . . . this year the 
craziest yet! 



Frat Clubs 301 



SIGMA PHI 




302 Frat Clubs 



George Har^•ev Mike Healy. Mike Sterba, Gordy Wyatt, Cliffe Raymond, Dennis Slutsky, Jim Lubarsky, Joel Manfredo, Chuck Lockhart, 
lim Palme. Tony Nesi, Bill Umbach, Mark Kimak, Lou Pagnotti, C. B. Ameil, Urry Schiff, Dave Woods, Bob Frey, Mel tide, Arhe Appert, 
Chris Brennan. 




Frat Clubs 303 



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Bill Hookway, Ray Hammell, Pete Rocco, Leon Vlahakes, Roland Zuk, Clark Kerr, Frank Arsi, Woody 
State, Jim MacWilliams, Bill McCarthy, Boh Woodside, Bill Mongon, Roger McKinney, Skip Csrnko, 
Tim Kisner, Steve Seidd, Mike Meza, Mike Pekarski, Jim Blaine, Bill Ash, Kirk Houser, Tom 
Giarla, Dave Charters, Tom Hutchinson, Roger Lambert, Bill Dove, Mike Miller, Charlie Waltz, 
Mike Kendig, Steve Kuhls, John Powell, Kurt Unangst. 



304 fra( Ciuhs 




SIGMA PHI EP5ILON 



Chunky, Decent, Hutchy-Poo ... I think Ryan 
is asleep ... I think he's dead . . . M&M 
Miller, Parks . . . Golden Hearts . . . Benny & 
the Pledges . . . Hunga Dunga . . . Amazing Meza 
. . . Vlahaka-dopolous . . . Look at Bayer's chick 
. . . You are gone . . . Oh, really . . . Rock . . . 
Cowboy Hoagy . . . Ernie . . . Pekar . . . Pump- 
kin run! 84 count them . . . Batvvings, boy is he 
ugly . . . Let's go to the Hop . . . Earth to A.D.B. 
. . . Skyhawk . . . Mac the Pimp . . . Mr. Wipple 
. . . Chas . . . Tonight's award goes to Sky . . . 
Greased Schlongs for lunch . . . LE. plan =349 
. . . Kung Fool . . . Springs . . . Zuk, What the 
hell is a Zuk . . . Mumgums . . . World Series, 
70c more . . . Douglas Lee Leo Woody O. State 
Smathers . . . Vihillis . . . Tommy G. . . . 
Woody . . . Push the dirt back . . . Couple in 
shower . . . Koonsie . . . Krunt . . . Clark Kent 
. . . The Dodger ... All nighter in the dt\' . . . 
There will be a change in the social calendar 
. . . Gregski . . . Sk^' squared . . . Hooky . . . 
B&L Concessions . . . The Sheet Mysterv- . . . 
Ash the mover . . . Ars . . . Chatas . . . B.J. Ill 
. . . Timski . . . Horny . . . Rocco clean your 
fishtank . . . Roger the Lamb to hang some ham 
. . . Skipper . . . Snatch Bar 205 . . . Pizza run . . . 
Did Leo and Arsi take eggs? \'o they took the 
pepperoni . . . Hairy Buffalo . . . We're Sig Eps 
from Michigan . . . Dotti's at Smugs . . . Mrs. 
Lynn Kendig, Mrs. Roland Zuk, Mrs. Rena Ham- 
mell, Mrs. Judy Kerr, Egg Salad, . . . You must 
be Brassiere . . . Helen threw a big one . . . 
Baby-maker Malfunction Mac . . . Ralph Stover 
. . . Hey Leo, 38-40? . . . The cake had a better 
body . . . How are you and yOu and you? . . . 
Phy. 21, 42, 63? The Mad Pisser struck last night 
. . . B-Ball crew . . . Where's Villas? Try the 
pinball machine . . . 



Frat Cluhf 305 



TAU EP5ILON PHI 



Hey, relax EEPS. Rudy will 
what be here for another what 
year . . . Understand? Who wants 
to cook today? Who wants to 
go for a trip in Gouveneur to 
the ruins? Just take Route 209 
North. What do you mean it's 
not fireproof. D. Boy's drinkin' 
Wild Turkey again. The Third 
Annual A.B. Dumont Award 
goes to Jon Bordner. The Mall 
Runners are living stoned. Enjoy 
the meal. Oliver, COME HERE. 
Zone run? Dunbar and R^ are 
looking after their cars. The 
pledges remember Sonder's 
visit. May lightning strike us if 
we're wrong. Grette run Twit- 
noid? Sheeeit, no problem. And 
remember, to receive the success 
idea of the month, write Rev- 
erend Ike, Box 1000, Boston, 
Mass. 




306 Frat Clubs 



Tom Dennis, Arnie Manche, Alan Becker, Marty Kron, Frank Ingrassia, Jim Carpenter, Dave Ward, 
George Engleman, Bob Whitney, Ed Skabovvski, Jim Underhill, Walt Marx, Qiris Kaleda, Alan 
Stricoff, Samy Brahimy. Jay Teich, Ted Fedynyshyn, Mark Sshlussel, Rudy Begonia, Paul Levy, 
Art Menko, Fred Wahl, Bob Klawiter, Jeff Handler, Alan Greenberg, Pete Meza, Ernie Geist, Jerry 
Livingston, Steve Tancin, Dave Gross, Bob Ezrapour, Gerry Cook, Jay Hoffman, Dale Reppert, 
Dun Scott, Mike Mendelsohn, John Bordner, Ron Roth, Bob Sederholm. 




Frat Clubs 307 




Above: George Velenofsky, Tim Chadwick, John Gam- 
mage, Scott Mansfield, Randy Mitch, John DeHuff, Chuck 
Loehr, Tich Oram, Larry Howe, Dave Brackett, Joseph 
Dabney, Dave Duxbury, Jeff Cohen, Eric Augustine, Steve 
Zoha, Rick Cariello, Dave Eckhardt, Harry Sanders, Brad 
Young, Jim Ebeling, Alan Smoloe. 



308 Frat Clubs 






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It's nice out . . . Bogus, use allll the energy . . . 
Mansfield tears up the Playboys . . . Life is 
circular . . . Not since Fetterman ... A veritable 
ding load . . . Smegma honors . . . Etw . . . 
more tequila for Barr . . . Little wifies . . . Moving 
to Montana ... I propose a toast ... As an 
officer and a gentleman, I demand respect . . . 
Est . . . Igot it on me! . . . What? Hopplop a 
C.E. . . . What's the best way to sober up . . . 
Bogie at 4 A.M. and I've only seen it 26 times 
... Is there always an invisible jury? . . . Pasama 
theory . . . Crush those cans. Save those ring- 
tops . . . New steward. Squirrel for dinner? . . . 
Hey will you quit writing on my "me most" 
board . . . Yes, yes, yes, yes . . . Smedley Wil- 
cox and Sam Smooth . . . Continental dude . . . 
The leather nun . . . Evel Ebeling bites the dust 
. . . Does Humphreys really sleep in the 2nd 
floor head . . . I've heard of getting pinned, but 
zippered? . . . 3rd floor greenhouse ... A 
whackwop? . . . Buns up for Bob . . . Little 
Sisters — Supple and Tasty. 



Boony, Turkvvad, Jo-el, Cleveland (Putz), Joe Bagofdonutz, Mitch, 
Gail, Rock, Joe Bagofdonutz. TJie Turk, Kikema. 





Ken Greeman, Jim Donavan, Charles Pick, John Pritchard, Hank Kelly, Larry Keller, Scott Gilbert, 
Rich Koeningsberg, Rick Gaffin, Mike Hohnian, Keith Spero, Scott Heim, Kevin Soder, Dick Car- 
penter, John Keating, Dave Oram, Tom Norton, Pat Lanza, Gene Koontz, Paul Hartzell, Len Baldas- 
sano, Doug Helliesen, Rich Swatt, Mike Laskey, Tom Kreidler, Rick Hallett, Lou Sosa, Walt Boy- 
chick, Jim Howie, Carlo Cella, Gary Gentzle, Neil Miritello, Kristy McGee, Rick Bright, Tom 
Fritchman. 



310 Frai Clubs 




THETA DELTA CHI 



The eyeball , , 
abner Surd - , - Hugger and the 
grease trap . . . the female that came 
to the Casino night and never left . - bnk- 
erbell getting dressed m the hall , , 14th year 
in a row of winning the l.M. Basketball Champion- 
ship . . . My tuba , . - my tuba Rebates , Everybody out of 
the dining room . Christmas Party . the female that 
still has not left - , getting pumpkins and Chnstmas Trees 
. getting a tree for Stoughton House - - Marvel retiring . . 
again - . Atta boy! . . NO! - - - The Mayor of Teetertown I'm on my 
way Half dead . - . Major Swatt ... his roommate the "old man" 

the man they said was too tall . . . I've got so much work to do . 
Hiya Boot! Lost Lloyd . . 5po and Walt on the 5 year plan: Mech 1, 
5 bmes . . . The female that's still here . Justify that Why? . . Mr. 
Smooth . . . Pool tournament . . Huge . . . Winter Sports banquet . . . IM Football 
Wrestlmg IM Champions Heim and Cella . . The band parties . fines 
Pub nites . The 2 train . . house clean ups . . Le Pit . . . Rip Van Tello 
Satm Don and his metallic green vet . . Any body seen Gene Ac? Nate and 
his Boston voyages . . Croucho Marx lives again . . . who built those king 
size bunks? . . . Consumphon table . . . The female that's still here the 
winged messenger . . . Sinram means Mamis . The juice hangs loose ... the fly- 
ing pumpkin . lost Lou .. . the Chi Psi turn . . . C.W. POST ... Dr. J. M.V.P 

Hockey in the back parking lot ... FIJI .. . Super pledge . Toolin' again, 

huh R.J.? . . . Howard Kadaddad ... Is that so . . . mung mein . . . "B" team city 

league champions . . . Ray Howe ... the Pledges ... Get serious ... Get down . . . th 

English Gentlemen . . . Martinis at a cocktail party here? . . The yellow 

room ... Mr. Authority . . . Quit jaggin me! . . ASS. . . Mr. Mean RtDS 

M.V.P. . . . Chuck Ball . . Yes, she's still here! Watt till next year . . . 

Doubleknit the foreigner who's Desh? . . . 



OFFICERS 

Richard Bright President 

Walt Boychick V.P. 

Tom Fritchman Treasurer 

Rick Swatt Corresponding Sec'y. 

Kris McGee Recording Sec'y. 

Rich Koenigsberg Alumni Sec'y. 

Geoff Hintz Steward 

Carlo Cella Steward 

Rick Gaffin Rushing Chairman 

Dick Carpenter Rushing Chairman 

Lou Sosa IM Manager 

Dave Oram Pledge Master 

Bruce Trout House Manager 

Keith Spero Social Chairman 

Huge Dog 



Frat Clubs 311 




Lew Wolf, Mike Horan, lohn Ondrejack, Tom Numbers, Charlie Richard, Bill Beam, Greg Fox, 
Rod Waters, Preston Crabill, Ken Buckstaff, Brian Thompson, Bob Shuman, Bob Kovads, Kevin 
Skinner, Bill Kirsch, Art Rosenbaum, Carl Andreasen, Mac Farnsworth, Tom Oshnock, Dan Om- 
stead, Al Rush, Robin Wahl, Jim Stewart, Bob Drake, Jim Meritt, Rich Wilson, Dan Stare, Kirby 
Beard, Tom Peters, Dave Drlettuso, Phil Blasberg, Mike Zabrowski, Bill Parker, Bob Batcheler, Al 
Gavenas, Jack Butler, Rich Donaldson, Steve Marcossen, Bill Cain, Bill Crawford, Earle Chesley. 



312 hat Clubs 




THETA XI 



Frat Clubs 313 




Ken French, Gary Leander, Dave Vinson, Jan Zmuda, Barry Winter, Clark Hafer, Don Erb, Mitch 
Barnhart, George Kuczynski, Steve Eisner, Larry Trozzo, Steve Johnson, Bob Duerwald, Glenn Van 
Sickle, Leo Thomas, Doug Frey, Jim Perry, Bruce Perry, Bill Baum, John Kiddon, Wes Vogel., 
Dave Wascabage, Joel Bacon, Paul Kelly, Al Braithwaite, Don McGillen, Dave Crosson, Tom Daniels, 
Jack Ruddy, Brooks Dickerson, Doug Wood, Bob Moroz, Vince Munley, Steve Ellis, Pete Bechtel, 
Gary Greene, Joe Heid, Rich Noble, Bill Holdgrafer, Mark Goehring, Rick Valk. 



314 Frat Clubs 




ZETA PSI 



BION (Believe It Or Not, stupid!): 

. Gonzo is to the boar what 'suueeee' is to the hog. 

. the Sigma's ears are pointed. 

. Medusa was actually a Bell Telephone operator. 

. Frey French is backwards for Chnerf Yerf. 

. The loch ness monster was sighted in the third 
floor shower. Authorities say it had to be a 'Whale . 

. Cement Hands uses Jergen's. 

. in a personal interview the Phi admitted to taking 
Karate just for kicks. 

. the isles in the kitchen are really narrower. 

. 'Bore Ass' is what you are left with after going on 
safari with a Pooh Bear. 

. Zeta Psi is the youngest and one of the best fra- 
ternities on the hill. 



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Ground was officially broken at a special ceremony in April for Lehigh's $7,000,000 Chemistry Complex, which will 
include the 7-story Seeley G. Mudd Building. 

The Seeley G. Mudd Fund, Los Angeles, made a major contribution for the chemistry tower through the University's 
current 10-year $67-million "New Century Fund," a nationwide development campaign launched two years ago. 

Some of the participants in the groundbreaking ceremony are pictured above at the construction site. They are (1. to r.) 
Dr. Robert Fisher, chairman of the Fund; Dr. Deming Lewis, Lehigh President; Carl M. Franklin, vice-chairman of the 
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"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." 

Charles Dickens 

Nude pictures in the Brown and White; Deming Lewis' 
head on Eli Schwartz' "body"; gas lines around the block; 
Richard Nixon practicing candor; school opening in an 
August heatwave; Kim McQuilken chucking winners; Tom 
Sculley baffling opponents. These and other images flash 
across the mind when contemplating academic year 1973-74. 

In China it was the year of the Tiger, but in America it 
was the year of the Ass. An incredibly stupid burglary had 
provided the thread which reporters used to "unravel an 
administration." From a sweeping victory in 1972, President 
Nixon's popularity had plunged by 1973-74 to a low of 25%. 
Investigating committees and special prosecutors dominated 
the land and ordinary folk soon lost track of which high 
official was indicted, convicted or simply back at the ranch 
erasing tapes. The public was inundated by legal terms and 
practices. Copping a plea, plea bargaining, executive privi- 
lege, impeachment procedures came tripping off the tongue 
of every news buff. Ironically, the old cliches such as law 
and order became the object of sneers and guffaws. The 
great thunderer against the media, permissiveness and 
effete snobs, Spiro Agnew, was caught with both hands 
and feet in the money-trough and resigned to avoid a jail 
sentence. But so thick and fast did further revelations fall 
upon benumbed heads that in no time at all Mr. Agnew's 
disgrace was all but driven from our minds. At last report 
Mr. Agnew, with the aid of powerful friends, especially 
the erstwhile Democrat and crooner Mr. Sinatra, was 
pulling his fortunes together and ready to make a go of it 
once more in this land of opportunity. 

Similarily, another of the law and order men, Mr. John 
Mitchell, sometime Attorney-General, stood accused, among 
other things, of interfering with an SEC investigation of Mr. 
Vesco. Perhaps radicals, blacks and the parents of the Kent 
State students could be excused a chortle or two about the 
turn of events. 

From its center in Judge Sirica's court, to Sam Erwin's 
Senate Committee the ripples kept spreading or to change 
the metaphor to one popular a decade ago, the dominoes 
kept falling. Senator Erwin, eyebrows ajumpin', quoted the 
Bible, the Constitution and Aunt Jemima as he excoriated 
the myriad dirty tricks, cover-ups and downright villainy 
of those in and around the President. Strange noises and 
things that go bump in the night turned out to be the 
special secret service of the White House affectionately 
known as the "plumbers." Led by James Bond types, Gordon 
Liddy and E. Howard Hunt, these heroes of our electronic 
age made burglary a favorite advocation of the Nixon years. 
Before they bungled Watergate, they had evidently gone 
as far as burglarizing Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office. 
This interference with the rights of the man of Pentagon 
Papers fame was compounded by Administration pressure 
on the presiding judge. And thus the case was tossed out, 
but again soon overwhelmed or lost in the multiplicity 
of exposes and scandals. No institution seemed free from 
taint. The FBI and its directors L. Patrick Gray were left to 
"twist slowly, slowly in the wind"; the CIA seemed oddly 
involved in the burglaries; and the White House after re- 
luctantly supplying tapes subpoened originally by Cox, he 
of the Saturday Night Massacre, found some missing and 
others partially erased. Woe to future students of history 
at Lehigh. Who will ever be able to fathom or remember 



the cabinet officers, aides cmd hangers-on who populated 
the Washington scene in these years of moral decline? 
Whatever be the final outcome of the impeachment process 
it is certainly true that this has not been a good year for 
the prestige of the Presidency. Perhaps as some say it is the 
end of the "runaway" Presidency, but only time will tell 
us the gains and losses of the Watergate fiasco. 

The student of 1973-74 witnessed not only an extra- 
ordinary political scene, but a crises in the basic assump- 
tions of our industrial society. On top of a galloping in- 
flation, came a sharp shortage of oil, at least partially 
caused by renewed fighting in the Middle East and a subse- 
quent Arab boycott. For a few short months the gas shortage 
threw America into pcmic. People fought at the pumps, 
attendants carried pistols, and it became clear that the auto- 
mobile is truly first in hearts of Americans. As prices rose 
and the boycott was ended, gas flowed once more leaving 
many to wonder if the experience was a real foretaste of 
coming shortages or an example of market manipulation. 

The academic year in which this all came to pass began 
in an August heat wave, certainly an ominous beginning. 
Little had those of us who had supported the Forum in the 
Spring of 1970 guessed we had spawned a Frankenstein 
that would send us dripping to class in August. The Forum 
itself seemed to be wilting not from the weather but from its 
cumbrous machinery and loss of student-faculty elan. 
Originally lauded as Lehigh's "sane" solution to campus 
strife, by 1973-74 the Forum was more moribund than 
sane. Nomination committees wheedled and cajoled faculty 
members to run for the Forum. Student candidates were 
so few in number that the vast majority were guaramteed 
election. Many believed the Forum ineffective ctnd a handy 
lightening-rod for the Administration. As the Forum 
teetered and groitned its way through the year, a few flashes 
of interest were generated by the Forum over Dr. Otter- 
vik's appointment to a Vice-Presidency. After a rump com- 
mittee of the Forum had "approved" the appointment, a 
groundswell of opposition both to the Administration's 
method of operation and to the creation of another Vice- 
President caused reconsideration by a more properly con- 
stituted Forum committee. Here the Brown and White 
became the Washington Post of the Lehigh Valley. Coming 
across, by the mysterious means known only to newspaper 
men, a copy of the committee's secret report, the Brown 
and White promptly printed same, a tactic which also 
allowed the paper to come out solidly for the Administra- 
tion and against old fogy professors. An investigation into 
this "leak" (some call it a plant) uncovered nothing of 
interest. 

Of greatest import to the Arts student was the final 
termination of that seemingly endless struggle over the 
foreign-language requirements. Defeated two years ago, 
the proposition to drop the requirement, surfaced once more 
imbedded this time in a revision of distribution require- 
ments. After a first Arts College meeting, aptly described by 
Bob Goldich as a Marx Brothers comedy, a second meeting 
was held to determine what happened in the first meeting. 
With their usual skill and tact, the proponents of the new 
requirements won the day and the bame of thousands of 
aspiring scholars was wiped from the face of the curriculum. 
The struggle at the University level proved anti-climatic 
and a new distribution and counseling pattern was established 
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Aside from these events, campus life in 1973-74 was 
qualitatively different from the late 60's and early 70's. 
WTiere radical students had held Vietnam protests, uni- 
versity-wide strikes, sit-ins and other manifestations of 
protest, now scrambled a new phenomenon the "streaker"! 
Clad, sometimes in sneakers and ties, nude males (and some 
females) dashed hither, thither and yon around the campus 
and its environs. All of this, which a decade ago would 
have brought stem disapproval was looked upon benignly 
by practically one and all. After all, as more than one 
faculty member intoned, it was better than burning buildings. 
A learned psychiatrist conjectured that America's youth 
was telling Nixon to let it all hang out. An image that 
boggles the mind. Since the streaking craze coincided with 
the wresthng tournament readers of the Brown and White 
were treated to an issue filled not only with cradles and 
cross-body rides but genitalia of various sizes and shapes. 
Despite some protests from those not in the forefront of 
the sexual revolution, students and Faculty felt, in the 
words of one of the former, that Dean Quay "handled the 
streakers well." 

But lest the future reader think that all was fun and 
gaiety at Lehigh, it should be recorded that Lehigh was in 



touch with matters of greater significance. Sam Dash, chief 
counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee, enthralled a 
large audience with his recounting of the complex investiga- 
tion of the German Mafia. Following his public talk, Mr. 
Dash regaled students and faculty with thoughts and ideas 
concerning political life in these United States. Other 
prominent political figures to be featured on campus were 
Senator William Proxmire and the Senatorial hopefuls, 
Dennenberg and Flaherty. 

Despite these intersections with the larger body politic, 
campuses remained quiet. The ending, at least for our troops, 
of the Vietnam War and the draft and the rise of what is 
being called a new vocationalism signaled the end of the 
recent wave of activism. Conservative professors at last 
found some hope for academe although some noted that 
the replacement of activism with vocationalism was hardly 
an improvement. Whatever be the reasons for the resur- 
rection of the 1950's, it is obvious that the national scene 
did little to restore student confidence in his society or to 
remove a pervasive cynicism. Perhaps the young are al- 
ways cynical, but seldom has there been more objective 
reasons for despair. 

Prof. Joseph Dowling 




The founding fathers, having participated in the struggle 
against arbitrary power, comprehended some eternal truths 
respecting men and government. They knew that those 
entrusted with power are susceptible to the disease of 
tyrants, which George Washington rightly describes as 
"love of power and the proneness to abuse it." For that 
reason, they realized that the power of public officers 
should be defined by laws which they, as well as the people, 
are obligated to obey; a truth enunciated by Daniel Web- 
ster when he said that "whatever government is not a 
government of laws is a despotism, let it be called what it 
may." 

Senator Sam Ervin 



Alexis de Tocqueville in 1835, after observing the opera- 
tion of American democracy, wrote that the press, despite 
its penchant for abuse, should not be restrained. "There 
is no medium", he said, "between servitude and license; 
in order to enjoy the inestimable benefits that the liberty 
of the press ensures, it is necessary to submit to the in- 
evitable evils that it creates." 

This is an eloquent and wise statement. You either have 
a free press or you don't. There is no middle ground — 
no room for qualification and no room for an officially 
Stmctioned version of the truth. 

Senator Sam Ervin 



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The 2974 Epitome was printed by Western Publishing Co. 
at their Cambridge, Md. plant. The stock used was 80 lb. 
Warren Cameo Gloss, which we felt was the most printable 
surface and weight. The Photo Essay and the Administra- 
tion sections were spot varnished and run with a special 
duotone process which consisted of printing the top 60% 
of each print with a 300 line screen with the lower 40% 
being taken care of by the usual 150 line screen, which in 
part accounts for the strong blacks and delicate highs 
rendered. The majority of the prints were done by Asman's 
Custom Photo Service, located at 926 Penn. Ave. S.E., Wash- 
ington, D.C. The remaining prints were by the editor. 
Nikon equipment was used exclusively with the exception 
of the senior portraits which Merin Studios shot on a larger, 
portrait rig, which is necessary for the demanding specs 
that both he and we assumed. All film was processed by 
Asman's using inspection during development and a suit- 
able grade of Azo for contacting. The prints were on 
Kodabromide and Velour Black, although Agfa #6 was 
occasionally needed for some real cuties. Tri-X rated 
normally was the usual choice with 1200 being only dira 
necessitas; Plus-X rated normally was used on some of 
the groups. Very rarely were prints enlarged over 120% 
or reduced past 70% by the publisher since at those ap- 
proximate limits there is a unavoidable and detectable shift 
of the tones. 

Here is the place for special thanks, which you may skip 
if you don't see your name listed. Fran Peterson provided 
excellent, patient service and sound advise in servicing 
our account while his brother Carl was indispensable to 
the renovation of Western's image and our peace of mind. 
Tom Schuerman, Bill Walker, and Dave Pagnard were the pros 
who made an editor happy that he was working with top 
notch personel and not just guys who sort of did it for a 
living; intelligent and conscientious service by them left 
little doubt in our minds that there is but one choice as to 
publishers. Jim Benjamin also provided tremendous tech- 
nical and aesthetic advice as to the Photo Essay, as did 
Boh Christiansen. The type used was Palatino with the copy 
in 10 point and most of the captions in 8 point. The cover 
was made by Smith Craft with Dom Granziano as the particu- 
lar tailor. 

Asman's is incredible. Simple as that. They are the com- 
plete custom service which you never really find the limits 
of. Eight or nine guys work there in a little Green town- 
house which is now further diminished in perspective by a 
huge Metro construction sight in front, with the only clue 
to the house's interior being a small engraved sign mounted 
in the center of the front door. You walk in and immediate- 
ly faint because there on the walls of the first little room 
you enter are some of the most incredible mounted prints 
your ignorant eyes have ever beheld. You proceed some- 
how, gasping, into a similarly coated room where Walt or 
Skip are working, whereupon seeing you, greet you with a 
comforting smile which restores you to your initial sobriety. 
And as one of them saunters towards you you know that 
you ain't messing with the kids no more; every single ob- 
ject in the room radiates professionalism except you be- 
cause your drooling again. Upon a quick inspection of their 



price list, you wet your pants. How can these guys pro- 
duce stuff like this for prices like these, you ask as the 
price list drops from your hand and you resume your 
initial stupor, complete with four-point stars in the eyes 
and a heart that says you're in orgasm. Very simply stated, 
they do not make mistakes. Maybe a speck of dust now 
and then which they automatically touch out, maybe a 
different interpretation of a negative than you had in 
mind but that's only because your an idiot and didn't mark 
the sheet with the exact specs. 

We would have been dead without them. Asman himself 
was a darkroom technician for Life for 18 years or so. When 
they decided they wanted him in New York City he said no 
and started a legend with a few other classic craftsmen 
who were driven only by their pride. AP, UPI, other biggies 
have need for their art occasionally, as their displayed 
work attests to. Western can do a job and a half, but they 
are still limited by the prints submitted. Therefore, if there 
is a reason for the conSistancy throughout this ridiculous 
volume, it is because the standards set by Asman, Western 
and myself have somehow meshed in a perfect and pro- 
pelling harmony, with cords sweet enough to choke a realist. 

PHOTO CREDITS 

David Fischer 17 

Owl 117 lower 

No name due to 144, most of the ads, 255 
libel laws 

Bob Batcheler 19, 20, 118, 119, 120, 121, 130, 132, 133, 

139, 164, 196, 262, 266, 319, 320, 328 

Goodloe Suttler the rest 

This section is dedicated to the dedication of the book, 
which I long ago dedicated to a dedicated photographer who 
indirectly taught me most of what I know and believe. I 
wish only that I had gotten to know him a little better. 
Although he did not ever actually say anything like the 
passages below, not even with a fleeting reference, I know 
these to be at his core. These two quotes are a book of 
thought to those to whom all efforts have been directed. 
If they mean nothing to you, the book won't either. 

Beholding beauty with the eye of the mind, he will be enabled to 
bring forth, not images of beauty, but realities, for he has hold 
not of an image hut of a reality. — Plato 

Badness you can get easily, in quantity: the road is smooth and 
it lies close by. But in front of excellence the immortal gods have 
put sweat, and long and steep is the way to it, and rough at first. 
But when you come to the top then it is easy, even though it is 
very hard. — Homer 

The 1974 Epitome is dedicated to Jack Hiller, a high school 
History teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia. 



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YEARBOOK THEORY 

PART II 



Every now and then there comes along a man who is dif- 
ferent from the rest. He may wear different clothes, he may 
look a little different, he may act a little different, he might 
even smell a little different, or he may not. But when one of 
these dudes bops along and you and he happen to cross 
paths, be aware that, although you and he might not get 
along, he deserves what gets for he is one who gets what he 
wants, i.e. don't mess with him. 

There are alot of garbage yearbooks churned out each 
year and there's nothing really wrong with garbage; flies dig 
it and many a good man has lead an honorable career at the 
toting of said refuge. But the only reason a book is garbage 
is because the staff and/or editor has not made an emotional 
commitment to the project. It is exactly like photography as 
a hobby or profession: the photographer must be emotionally 
involved if anything other than garbage is to result. It's 
really not that difficult. All that is necessary is a little deter- 
mination and a couple of ideas to act as a foundation and 
everything else snaps into place. That little determination turns 
out to be not so little but it's got to start somewhere; and the 
couple of ideas should be good ones, ones good enough to 
drive you mad untill you see them in print. 

Want to be a little kid again or at least simulate it pretty 
well? Use every screen and duotone offered by the publisher 



with every special effect thrown in on top. And rest assured 
that somewhere, be it at the plant or in a remote dorm, 
somewhere someone is laughing at you, or worse, sitting in 
a grim silence at what a total abortion sits in his lap. The 
potential of the publisher is awesome: even though it is 
obvious that all the combinations of special effects could not 
be exhausted some staffs are of such a subtle comprehension 
that they try, while also managing to wreck their precious 
book. Aesthetics are the reasons, not techniques. 

One of the best and most famous portraits of a great photo- 
grapher is of Henri Cartier-Bresson, informally caught with 
a huge grin on his mug and that Leica cocked in its normal 
position, which is pressed to the chest with the left hand 
wrapped around tfie short telephoto; he sleeps with the damn 
thing; he eats with it; he craps with it; and so when you 
read or hear about the camera becoming an extension of the 
eye and part of the body, you may refer to this portrait as 
living inanimate proof of the solution to photojournalism on 
a large scale. This is the technique employed for the photo 
essay. Very simple. 

See the guy below? Bold basturd, ain't he? Look's like an 
asshole, too, doesn't he? Well, if your not an asshole, your 
gonna have trouble doing a job; and if you do a job, you'll 
probably be a flaming arse when you finish. Simple. 



YEARBOOK THEORY 

PART III 

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