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Monticola 1974 
West Virginia University 

Vol. LXVIII 



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Table of Contents 

Opening 1 

Seniors 34 

Royalty 102 

Greeks 128 

Sports 178 

Organizations 224 

Administration 258 

Activities 274 

Advertising 294 

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Move on and on . . . 



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35 



College of Agriculture and Forestry 



DAVID ASHLEY 
ANGELA ARNOLD 
DANIEL BEARD 
ARTHUR BOMBERGER 



RICHARD BOSTIC 
LEON BROWN 
LEE BURKLECA 
MARJEAN BUTCHER 



JOEL CALLISON 
STELLA CALLISON 
GUY CLARK 
ROBERT CLARK 





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PHILIP COLEBANK 



DELVIN DEEM 



CHRISTINE DeROO 



CHARLES DILLNER 
ROBERT DOOLITTLE 
AMIN ESMAIL 
GREGORY FERTIS 



ALICE FISHER 
PAMELA FISHER 
DAVID FRUM 
BRADLEY FULLER 



ROBERT GALLI 
ROCK McNEEL CARTON 
RAYMOND HARR 
JAMES HARRIS 



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LARRY HAWKINS 
JAY HEAVNER 
RICHARD HEER 
NICHOLAS HERRICK 



NINA HOWARD 
DONALD HULVER 
DAVID IDLEMAN 
HAROLD JUNKINS 



TIMOTHY KEILHOLTZ 
FRANK KISLAN 
KAREN KNAPP 
CHRISTOPHER KOPP 



JAMES KORB 
ROBERT LANGE II 
THOMAS LASCH 
JOHN LOUNSBURY 



RONALD LUTZ 



SANDRA MARTIN 




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JOHN MAUERSBERGER 



DONALD McNEEL 



LARRY METZNER 
RONALD MILLS 
LYDIA MINGY AR 
SIDNEY MOORE 



DAVID MULLENAX 
STEPHEN NEWCOMB 
WILLIAM NICHOLS 
WILLIAM OWEN 



STEPHEN PERDUE 
ROGER RAINEY 
BLAIR RANNEBERGER 
WILLIAM RAYL 



EARL REYNOLDS 
ROBERT RUMPF 
WILLIAM RUNDLE 
DONALD RUSH 



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Stanley Wearden, Dean of Graduate School. 



PEGGY SARVER 
STEVEN SEEBA 
DANIEL SHANHOLTZ 
JOHN SIMS 



ROBERT SOLLY 
TRACY STUTTER 
LINDA TAYLOR 
WILLIAM TAYLOR 



EDWARD TUCKWILLER 
DANIEL VAN SICE 
THOMAS VORBACH 
JAMES WEBB 




40 




WILLIAM ZIMMER 
DONALD ZIMMERMAN 



PAUL WEESE 
LARRY WEIKEL 
CENGTONG WENG 
WILLIAM WEST 



WALTER WIEZERBICKI 
STEVEN WILSON 
ERNIE WOLFF 
rX)UGLAS YOST 




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College of Arts and Sciences 



LILLETTE ABELLANA 
KURT ABRAHAM 
KITTY ALT 
ARTHUR ANDERSON 



RONALD ANDERSON 
LYNN ANDREWS 
LARRY ARGIRO 
JILL ASHCOM 



ROBIN ASHWORTH 
JAMES ASPLUND 
JOHN ASTRINO 
CLAIR AUMAN 



JOHN BAILES 
JOHN BAKER 
RICHARD BALL 
GEOFFREY BALLARD 



CLAUDIA BALSLEY 
KATY BEAL 
DIANA BEAM 
WILLIAM BELTON, JR. 




42 




KATHY BENJAMIN 
JAMES BEVERAGE 
DAVID BLANC 
MARY BLYTHE 



CARL BOWLING 
ARTHA BRADFORD 
LARRY BOWERS 
WILLIAM BREWER 



GARY BROOKS 
ALICE BROWN 
SARA BULLON 
JAMES CAMELLA 





43 



ANTHONY GAMBLE 
SOOZI CAMPBELL 
MICHAEL CANAVAN 
CHARLES CAPITO 



DONNA CAPITO 
WILLIAM CAPITO 
JAMES CARRJER 
JANET CARRUTH 



ROBERT CARY 
SARA CASTO 
DOUGLAS CA VENDER 
JOHN CHARLES 



PAT CIPOLETTI 
ROGER CLAPHAM 
APRIL CLEGG 
JOHN CORE 



KEVIN CRANK 
DANIEL CRAWFORD 
ROBERT CRIMBOLI 
JUDITH CULBERSON 



BONNIE DANEL 
ROBERT DAUGHERTY 
FRANK DAVIS 
STEPHEN DeBORD 




44 




ELENE DEMANELIS 
MARY DEMASI 
DANIEL DiCOLA 
THOMAS DICKEY 



ROBERT DiGIOVINE 
LOUIS DOMENICI 
BARRY DOOLEY 
MARK DOUBLE 





FREDERICK EHEMANN 
JOHNNA FABER 
ROBERT FARR 
MARIA FIELDS 



45 



STEPHEN FINCH 
JOHN FOGLE III 
BETH FOLKENROTH 
SUZANNE FORNER 



BARBARA FOSTER 
STEVE FULLEN 
JANE FURFARI 
BONNIE GALLATIN 



GARY GARDNER 
JOHN GAYDOS 
ARTHUR GERBER 
BRUCE GIBBS 



ERNEST GIVEN 
DAVID GNEGY 



LORENA GOODSON 
JAMES GOODWIN 



GLENN GOULD III 
DOUGLAS GRAEBE 




46 




PATRICIA GRIFFIN 
LARRY HADDIX 
JEFFREY HALLETT 
SCOTT HAMILTON 



EMMA HAMRICK 
FRANCIS HARRIS 
MARK HENDERSON 
RANDALL HOFFMAN 





RANDY HOLLIDAY 
GILBERT HORNER 
LYNN HOWARD 
CAROL HUDACHEK 



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ROBERT HUDAK 
JAMES ISRAEL 
GARY JOHNSON 
JANICE JOHNSON 



JOYCE JONES 
RICHARD JONES 
CHERYL JOSE 
JAMIE JOSEPH 



JAMES JUDGE 
TIMOTHY KANE 
ALAN KATELL 
LINDA KEEFOVER 



JAMES KELLEY 
SUSAN KELLEY 
ORISON KENNEDY, JR. 
GARY KOCHER 




48 




CHRISTOPHER KRALL 
MARK KREYENBUHL 



ARNALEE KUFRIN 
NANCY KULINA 



KENNETH LAZENBY 
JAMES LESNETT 
LOUIS LEVENTRY 
MARK LENXTS 



RICHARD LINDNER 
SHELLEY LIPPINCOTT 
JoANNE LOFLIN 
DEBORAH LONG 




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JANET LONG 
DONALD LOUGH, JR. 
JAMES LOWE 
SHAN LU 



CHRISTINE LUCHOK 
MORGAN LYONS 
CYNTHIA MACE 
MICHAEL MALONE 



DEWEY MANN 
CAROL MARTIN 
JUDITH MARTIN 
ROBERT MARTINI 



HILLMANMAYJR. 
JOSEPH McCALLUM 
DAVID McDANIEL 
STEPHEN McELWAIN 



JOYCE McKINNEY 
JOHN McMILLION 



JAMES MIHM 
FRANK MILANESE 




50 





ERNEST MILLER, JR. 
LOUISA MILLER 
PAMELLA MILLER 
ALAN MOATS 



JERRY MOORE 
JOHN MUEHLMAN 
LINDA MULLENNEX 
LESUE NICHOLSON 



RUSSELL NOBLE 
DAVID NUHFER 
NEWMAN NUTTER 
DEBBIE O'DELL 



JEFFREY ORNDORJFF 
JOHN PARTLOW 
MICHAEL PATRIZIO 
NANCY PAUL 



51 



NANCY PEFFALL 
JOSEPH PETRI 
DIANNE PETRONE 
CLEVA PHILIPKOSKY 



DOUGLAS POLICASTRO 
AGNESE POLLICE 
WILLIAM POWELL 
DONALD PRESLEY 



FRED PRIESTER 
PAT PUCKHABER 
KAREN RAGNI 
DEAN REBICH 








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RICHARD REESER 
NORMAN REXRODE 
MELINA RITTENHOUSE 
EDWARD ROBBINS 



JAMES ROBINSON 
COUEROCK.JR. 
ROBERT ROMBOLA 
WILLIAM ROSS 



DONALD SAUNDERS 
WILLIAM SCHARFF 
ARTHUR SCHEHL 
LINDA SCHILUNG 



53 



SUSAN SCHMIT 
RUDY SCHUBERT 
ANDREW SECOSKY 
MARGARET SELL 



ALAN SERENA 
KAREN SHINN 
MONA SHINN 
VIRGINIA SHOWALTER 



HELEN SHUMAKER 
MICHAEL SIMMONS 
DALE SICKLES 
MICHAEL SIMS 



HOWARD SKIDMORE, JR. 
DENNIS SMALL 
DIANE SMITH 
FRANCIS SMITH 



JAMES SMITH 
KAREN SMITH 
LUTHER SMITH 
EDWARD SOLTYS 



DENNIS SPYRA 
GREGORY STEELE 
GREG STEPHENS 
DAVID STEVENS 




54 




SAMUEL STEWART 
DEBORAH SULAK 
JUDITH SWANSON 
FRANKLIN TATTA 



SELMA TAYLOR 
ROBERT TEMPLE 
DAVID THOMAS 
SCOTT TOLLEY 



WILLIAM TOWER 
DANIEL TROIA 
BARBARA TRUBILOWICZ 
ARTHUR TRUSLER 



CAROLYN TUCKER 
JAMES TURNER 
CHARLES T\'REE 
ROBERT VANATTER 




55 





John C. Wright, Dean of Arts and Sciences 



MARY VESELY 
ROBIN VENABLES 
ROBERT VERBIAR 
FRANCINE VOGT 



JOHN WADE 
JILL WAGNER 
TIMOTHY WALKER 
EARNEST WATKINS 



ADELE WATSON 

WILLIAM WATSON 
TERRY WERNICK 
KATHRYN WHEELER 




56 




BONNIE WHITE 
DUDLEY WHITE 
ROGER WHITE 
THOMAS WHITFIELD 



EDWARD WIELGUS 
CHARLES WILLIAMSON 
TAUNJA WILLIS 
BRUCE WINANS 



LEX WOISNET 
AUDLEY WOLFE, JR. 
PAUL WOMMER 
DEBRA WOOD 



ROBERT WOODARD 
MARY WROBEL 
EDWARD WYSACKI 
CARLA ZAMBANO 



HAROLD ZARIN 
ROBERT ZIGMANT 
BARBARA ZIMMERMAN 



57 



College of Business and Economics 



DAVID ALKIRE 
FREDERICK ALLEN 
PATRICIA AMBROSE 
EDWARD AMES 



S. A. AMMAR 
DAVID ANTHONY 
LEE BAKALARSKI 
DOUGLAS BARKER 



ROSCOE BEALL 
JOHN BEARD 
WILLIAM BECKER 
PETER BERNARDI 




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Willard D. Lorenson, Dean of Law 




TED BINKOSKI 
DAVID BOCCHINI 
LEIGH BADEN 
JOHN BOWDEN 



BRENT BOWYER 
LAWRENCE BOYSEN 
CELESTE BRETIC 
SHIRLEY BROOKS 



DAVID BROWN 
JEFFREY BURKE 
DANIEL CARR 
BARBARA CATANO 



CHAIWAT CHANAPAI 
EMIL CIARROCCHI 
MARK CLOSE 
KENNETH COOK 



59 



NICHOLAS COOK 
GEHRIG COSGRAY 
GEORGE CURTIS 
DONALD DAVIS 



ROBERT DAVIS 
DANIEL DELANE 
MICHAEL DeSALLE 
MARY DICKERSON 



URBAN DISHART 
EDWARD DOAK 
WILLIAM DUGAS 
WILLIAM EATON 



ROBERT EDWARDS 
CHARLES EISENHAUER 
PATRICK EVERS 
STEPHEN FANOK 



CANDY FIGHTER 
LEONARD FISHER 
MARVIN FRANKLIN 
NANCY FRAZIER 



CHARLES FRIDDLE 
WILLIAM GALBUS 
LOUIS GEORGE 
FRANK GERWIG 




60 




Joseph C. Gluck, Dean of Student Educational Services 




JOHN GESO 
GARY GOULD 
FREDDIE HADDAD 
ANTONIA HADSELL 



FRANCES HALE 
JANE HALL 
J. STEPHEN HALL 
WESLEY HAMMOND 



JENNINGS HART 
JOSEPH HAYS, JR. 
SANDRA HELLE 
DAVID HILL 



MICHAEL HILL 

CHARLES HOLLANDSWORTH 
ROBERT HORNSTEIN 
DAVID HORTON 



61 



THOMAS HOYT 
JOHN ISNER 
CHAIPARN INTAPHAN 
DAVID JAGDMANN 



BRUCE JARRETT 
GREGORY JONES 
JAMES JONES II 
JOHN JOSEPH 



JAMES JOMNER 
DENNIS KENNEDY 
THOMAS KOSIBA 
THOMAS KRAFFT 



NEAL KRAMER 
MARVIN LAMM 
JAMES LEWIS 
JAMES LOONEY 



JOSEPH MAGNONE 
DALE MARTIN 
BERNARD MAUSER 
THOMAS MAYO 



WILLIAM McBRIDLE 
R. M. McCOLLAM 
DANIEL McCOY 
JERRY McQUADE 




62 




MARK McROBERTS 
JAMES MEREDITH 
KEITH MEYERS 
FRANCIS MIKRUT 



SAMUEL MORGAN 
DAVID MOSS 
CHRISTINE MURPHY 
LEA NEAL 



JOHN NEARY 
ROBERT NORTHROP 



JAMES PAPPAJOHN 
RICHARD PILL 



WAYNE PLOVIC 
MARIO PREZIOSO 
FRED PRICE 
JAMES RAY 



JACK REINER 
ARCHIE REITZ 
ROBERT REYNOLDS 
WILUAM RICHARDSON 



63 



JANE ROBINSON 



MARY ROCKWELL 



JOHN ROCKWELL 
GEORGE RUPINSKY 
FREDERICK SCHADLLER 
MARK SCHIFFBAUER 



ANTHONY SCHMECK 
WADE SHARP 
ALEXANDER SINKO 
JAY SIX 



ROBERT SKELLEY 
VAN SLIDER, JR. 
GARY SMITH 
RONALD SMITH 



BARRY SNYDER 
JOHN SOLOMON 
BOB SOONTHORNCHAI 
HOMER SPEAKER 




64 




EDWARD STANDLEY 
GERALD STANDLEY 
JACK STANDLEY 
CHARLES STARK 



GREGORY STEPANIK 
LINDA STEPHENSON 
JOHN STOPIAK 
JACK SZLUKA 



MICHAEL THOMPSON 
SYLVIA THOMAS 
EARL TOMBLIN 
GARY TOMOSICK 



PAT VALAIPHATCHIA 
THOMAS VAN GILDER 
FRANK VESCI 
WILLIAM VOLK 



LARRY WARDEN 
BARBARA WEBB 
DAVID WOODSIDE 
PATRICIA WRIGHT 



ROBERT WYCKOFF 
JOHN ZANNONI 
FRANK ZATTA 



65 



Creative Arts Center 



LAWRENCE ANGUS 
DONNA ANTONELLIS 
RENEE APPOLONIA 
IDELL BANKS 



GAYLA BRAND 
CYNTHIA BUCCI 
DALE DAY 
ANN DUFF 



ROBERT DUNKERLEY 
JEFFREY EVERETT 
PENELOPE EVERLINE 
MARYRITA FARINELLI 



JANET FELEDIK 
PAMELO GALO 
LYNN GLASSBURN 
ROGER HENRY 



PATRICIA HOLLER 
LORN A JONES 
PAMELA KERN 
BEVERLY KOSMACH 




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PATRICIA LE DANE 



CATHRYN LONG 



FOREST McATEE 
CAROLYN MURRAY 
PAULA PROPST 
RICHARD RUDDLE 



RONALD SANTORO 
KAREN SHAFFRON 
PATRICIA SHINGLETON 
KAREN SHOEMAKER 



SHARON TEABO 
JAMES THOMAS 
SUSANNA THOMPSON 
DONNA TOLBERT 



GARLAND WALKER 
PHIUP WYATT 
SUSAN YAMADA 



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College 

of 

Engineering 




Chester A. Arents, Dean of Engineering 



MANOUCHEHR 

ABAYAHOUDYAN 
MICHAEL ABRAMS 
JOHN BERENS 
HAROLD BLACK 



ROBERT BRIDGE 
DAVID BROSHART 
GEORGE BUTTERWORTH 
ARVIN CANADY 



JOSEPH CATASEIN 
WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER 
JAMES CLAYPOOL 
YADIN DAVID 




68 




DENNIS DeCARLO 
GEOFFREY DENTON 
VINCENT DIMSA 
JEFFREY DOWDELL 



JOHN DUGGAN 
MICHAEL DUNCAN 
ROBERT DUNNING 
GILFORD DYER 



MARVIN HAINES 
JAMES HEAVNER 
CHRISTOPHER HOLLOT 
DANIEL HORVATH 



SAM INSANA 
JAMES KABANEK 
HOWARD KELLY 
WILLIAM KENDALL 



DANNY KETTERMAN 
RODNEY KIDD 
PATRICK KISER 
JAMES KlRBY 



PHILIP KOCH 
KENNETH KRUMMRICH 
JOHN LANGFITT 
MATTHEW LEROCH III 



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FRANK MADDEN 
DANIEL MARINACCI 
KENNETH McCULLOUGH 
ROBERT MILLER 



BRUCE MUNDORF 
ROBERT NAYDUCH 
KALYAN PANDAV 
MICHAEL PRUDICH 



STOFFLE RIFFLE 
JOHN ROSSMAN 
ROBERT RUPP 
RONALD SAKACH 



CLEMENT SEES 
HERTZEL SHAMASH 
RICKY SHAW 
ROLAND SHEETS 



GREGG SMITH 
KEITH SUSKO 
LAWRENCE SMITH 
JAMES STENGER 



BRUCE STOFFERAHN 
ADAM SUCHO 
GEORGE SWOGGER 
BIPIN TOLIA 




70 





JIMMY TRAVIS 
WILLIAM TRIMBATH 
JAMES ULLRICH 
GARY VALLI 



ROBERT VERTOSICK 
DAVID WEEKLY 
RONALD WEIGLE 
DAVID WEIGHTMAN 



PETER WOOD 

WILLIAM WRAY 
THOMAS ZANNINO 



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College of Human 



ELAINE AINSWORTH 
ANNE ALLEN 
KATRINA AMMAR 
BEVERLY BAKER 



DAWN BALTICH 
DEBBIE BARAN 
SHARON BARCIC 
KATHERINE BARNETT 



KATHI BASIL 
JULIA BEARD 
ANDREA BILIK 
KATHY BLAKE 



MARY BONASSO 
DEBORAH BOOK 
SHERRY BOWERS 
CARLA BOYCE 





72 



Resources and Education 




DONNA BOYLAN 
SUSAN BRODERICK 
JAYNE BROOKS 
REBECCA BUNNER 





LINDA BUTCHER 
SUSAN CAGEY 
PAMELA CALLEN 
BETTY CALLISON 



PAULA CAMPBELL 
MARILYN CASTO 
CINDY CHAMBERS 
PEGGY CHIDESTER 



BARBARA CHILDERS 
DIANE CLAUDIO 
CATHERINE CLINE 
NANCY CLINE 



73 



JEAN CORBIN 



DAVID COREY 



CANDACE COWGILL 
KATHLEEN COYLE 
BARBARA CREADICK 
JANICE CRIDER 



KAREN CRIVELLA 
ELAINA CUERVO 
MELISSA CUPP 
JULANE CURTIS 



LIBBY DAVIS 
ANTHONY DeCARlA 
JoANN DENNEY 
MARY DERDA 



KAREN DONNER 
LEFITIA DOTSON 
STEPHANIE EDDY 
KATHLEEN EHRGOTT 




74 




CYNTHIA ELKIN 
CATHERINE ELLIS 
JANICE FALASCINO 
CONSTANCE FARBER 



ERNEST FAUSS 
DIANE FISHER 
BEVERLY FLESHER 
CHRISTINE FRAME 



ROSEMARY GALASSO 
BARBARA GIBSON 
SPRING GILES 
REBECCA GNAGY 



BETH GOLDSMITH 
SUSAN GORZEK 
MARCIA GOSS 
MICHELE GRANDE 



DIANE GRIFFIN 



BEVERLY GRIFFITH 



75 




CHRISTINE GRIFFITH 
LINDA GRIMES 
NICOLETTE HAHON 
CARMEN HAJASH 



DEBRA HALL 
DONNA HALL 
MARILEE HALL 
JANE HAMMETT 



SUZANNE HAMMETT 
MARTHA HAMMOND 
ANN HARDENBERGH 
JUDITH HARRIS 



DEBORAH HARVEY 
EMILY HATFIELD 
KAREN HAVRILESKY 
SUSAN HAYNES 




76 




SHARON HAYES 
WALLIS HEIDER 
DEBRA HENDERSHOT 
DEBORAH HENDRICKSON 



MARGARET HENNIGAN 
CAROL HENRY 
MARY HINEBAUGH 
DOROTHY HOLSHEY 



ROBIN HORNER 
KATHY HORTON 
ROJI HOSKIN 
CYNTHIA HOUGH 



MARY HUGUS 
ANDI HUNSINGER 
LINDA HUSTON 
SUSAN JARVIS 




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JAN A JOHNSON 
JANET JOHNSON 
SUSAN KADDEN 
KAREN KAUFFEILD 



SCOTT KELLER 
SUE KELLER 
VIVIAN KENNEY 
KAREN KESNER 



JANE KETCHAM 
BECKY KEYSER 
AVEN KIDD 
SARA KIDD 



REBECCA KING 
PETER KOSANOVICH 
JUDY KOZUP 
JO LAMBERT 



CONNIE LAREW 
SANDY LASCH 
ROBERTA LeCLAIR 
BARBARA LeDONNE 



SUZANNE LESTER 
JUDY LINNERT 
DEBORAH LIPINSKI 
MARGARET MANN 




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CAROL MARTIN 
PATSY MAYFIELD 
SHERRY MAYNOR 
CAROLYN MAZZELLA 



ADELYN McDANIEL 

DARCY McDowell 

SANDRA McQUAIN 
CYNTHIA MELMIGE 



MARTHA MILLER 
PATRICIA MITCHELL 
SUSAN MONTGOMERY 
JANET MOORE 



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MARJORIE MORELAND 
PEGGY MORRIS 
DEBORAH MURIN 
DONNA NASH 



CHRISTA NEFF 
MAVIS NEIL 
PATRICIA PEARCY 
JANET PENCE 



DENISE PIANTA 
SUSAN PILL 
JOHN PINELLI 
SUSAN PLAVKO 



EMM\' PORTZ 
KAREN POTESTA 
BEVERLY PRICE 
CAROLINE RAPANO 



JILL RASMUSSEN 
DEBORAH RATHMELL 
DEBORAH RAY 
CAROL REESE 



GEORGE REESE 
CYNTHIA RENNICK 
BRENDA REXRODE 
JUDIE RHEAM 




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LINDA RILEY 
PEGGY ROGERS 
EUZABETH ROTHWELL 
ROSEANN SAMUS 



UNDA SCHWARZ 
PAMELA SCHWARTZ 
JEANETTE SHAHAN 
ELLEN SHARP 



DONALD SHUMAKER 
SUSAN SITES 
ANNE SMITH 
CAROL SMITH 



81 




William C. Monahan, Dean of Human Resources and Education 



CONSTANCE SMITH 
PATRICIA SMITH 
SHARON SMITH 
PATRICIA SOLOMON 



MICHAEL SPANGLER 
BRENDA STARKEY 
PATRICIA STEALEY 
PATRICIA STEIGNER 



RAMONA STUMP 
MARY STUTLER 
PAMELA SWISHER 
JERRI TATE 




82 




CAROLYN TAYLOR 
KATHY THACKER 
STEPHANIE THOMPSON 
TED THOMPSON 



CATHY TSCHAPPAT 
VICTORIA TYSON 
FRANCES URSO 
DEBORAH VanDEVANDER 



DEBRALEE WALTERS 
MARY WATKINS 
KAREN NX^INBERG 
JEAN WEST 



MARTHA WEST 
BEVERLY WHITE 
CARTA WHITTEN 
JANET WILSON 



KRISTEL WILSON 
DONALD WILT 
JUDITH WINANS 
KATHY WINGO 



CHRISTINE WOLESLAGLE 
CAROLYN WOTRING 
LEISA WRIGHT 



83 



School 

of 

Journalism 




Guy H. Stewart, Dean of Journalism 



JOYCE ASCHENBRENNER 
NORMAN AULDRIDGE 
BRUCE BATTEN 
MICHAEL BENNETT 



CYNTHIA BEIHL 
JAMES BROWN 
DAVID CARLSON 
CATHERINE CATTRELL 



THOMAS COBB 
DAVID COCHRAN 
JAMES COCHRANE 
PAT COLE 




84 




BONNIE COTTRELL 
USA CROOKS 
RANDALL DANIEL 
CHARMAINE DeWERTH 



STEPHEN DOUGLAS 
ELIZABETH DOWLING 
JANE DUFFY 
JOSEPH DUMIRE 



ANN EGGERT 
REBECCA FARRELL 
JOHN FIELD 
CELESTA FRUM 



TOMMY GALLOWAY 
RICHARD GANO 
SHARON GOLDEN 
GARY GREENE 



DEBBIE HARMISON 
SALLY HAWKINS 
CHARLES HEYL 
PATRICIA HOSEY 



SHAUNET HUGHES 
JAMES KONOWITZ 
THOMAS KURILKO, JR. 
GARY LANGE 



85 



GREGORY LATTUS 
JULIE LEJEUNE 
DANNY LINKOUS 
JOE LONG 



LU MAIZE 
ANN MARKS 
RUTH MARLOW 
BARBARA MARTIN 



LINDA MASCI 
GREGORY MA TICS 
MARILYN MAUST 
MARYMAZZA 



KEN McFARLAND 
ROBERT McWILLIAMS 
JEFFREY MEYERS 
STEPHEN MINTON 





86 





RICHARD MONTGOMERY 
DEBRA MORRISON 
PATRICIA MURPHY 
MAXINE NAGEL 



MICHAEL NICHOLS 
STEPHANIE OLIVERIO 
RAYMOND PANICCO 
GARY PHELAN 



WILLIAM POLAND 
DIXIE PO^X^SIALL 
CRAIG REICHARD 
ROSEMARY SALATE 



87 



JACQUELINE SCHURYA 
SUSAN SEMINARY 
DELMAS SMITH 
BRIAN STARKEY 




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LUCIA STEIN 
MAEGERY SW ANSON 
PATRICK TAYLOR 
COLEE TWIGG 



GARY UNDERHILL 
ROBERT WEINZIERL 
MARCELLA WILLIAMSON 
DENNIS WILSON 




88 





WAYNE YOURSTONE 
GREG ZEARFOSS 



PHILIP WILSON 
GLENN WITHERSPOON 
NANCY WOOD 
PAUL WOOD 



89 



School of Medicine 



TB5T 



DONALD BLUM 



ELIZABETH TAYLOR 



JANE CALENDINE 
BARBARA CHILD 
ANN DAVIS 
DEBORAH FEHR 



JOYCE JUDY 
RUTH KING 
NANCY LIVINGSTON 
PAMELA McCLUNG 



RAMAR MULL 
TRICIA PIEKUT 
STEVE POWELL 




Dental Hygiene 




Medical Technology 




90 



School of Nursing 




GAIL ABRAHAM 
SUSAN BAKAS 
JAYE CAVER 
THELMA DOUGLAS 



SUE EDWARDS 
CATHERINE ESTEP 
ALICE HAWKINS 
NORMA HEARD 



TEDDI HILL 

KRISTEEN KISSELOVICH 
KAREN KRANZ 
PATRICIA LUSTER 




Lorita D. Jenab, Dean of Nursing 



91 



PEGGY LYNCH 
LINDA MOLOSKY 
TAMMI MUCHNOK 
NANCY PAYNE 



SANDRA ROBINSON 
VICTORIA RAMAGE 
CAROLYN SHEPHERD 
YVONNE SNYDER 



CYNTHIA WEGLEY 
PATRICIA WISE 
AMY WOLFE 




School of Pharmacy 



SUSAN CONN 
JOSEPH DASTA 
CHARLOTTE EDWARDS 
CHARLES FARLEY 



CHERYL FAUX 
DARRELL FRIEL 
ROBERT HAHN 
JANET HAMMACK 




92 




W. Robert Biddington, Dean of Dentistry 




RICHARD HENDRIK 
DONALD KLANUT 
JANET LEGG 
ROBERT LOHR 



WILLIAM MARSHALL 

PATRICIA McMillan 

T. E. MENIGHAN 
AMADEE MERBEDONE 



DOUGLAS PEL2 
ROBERT PODBESEK 
EVANS PRIESTON 
GREGORY RICHARDS 



93 



RANDI ROBINSON 
DEBORAH ROSE 
LEWIS SCHOULES 
SHERRIE TENNANT 



MONICA TONKOVICH 
DEE WHITE 





School 

of 

Physical Therapy 



VALERIE LaRUE 




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94 



School 

of 
Mines 




MICHAEL KALICH 



JERRY LYALL 
ROBERT NEWBERRY 
PAUL XELINER 
SIDNEY YOUNG 



Air Force Aerospace Studies (ROTC) 




Q>1. Howard A. Thornhill 



Military Science (ROTC) 




Col. Duquesne Wolf 



95 



School of 



LINDA ADAMOS 
NANCY ALEXANDER 
DENNIS ALMEIDA 
BELENDA BENNETT 





WILLIAM BIDDINGTON 
BONNIE BLOCK 
AGNES BOULDIN 
GARRET BREAKIRON 



MARIBETH CIALLI 
PAIGE CORNWELL 
LINDA DECHEK 
JOAN DONOGHUE 



KATHY EICHENSEHR 
ROBERT HAMILTON 
LINDA HAWKINS 
KAREN HOWSARE 




96 



Physical Education 




KRISTINA KIRK 
ELIZABETH KORMENDI 
MARY ANN LARKIN 
SHARON MADIERA 



LINDA MORRISON 
MARK NIEMIEL 
DEBORAH OSTROSKI 
SUSAN PAXTON 




C. Peter Yost, Dean of Physical Education 



97 



KENNETH POTTER 
BETTI RIFFLE 
PAMELA ROBERTS 
ROBERT ROONEY 



MARYROSE RUFFNER 
BRENDA RUSSELL 
JEFFREY SCHWARZ 
CATHY SCUDIERE 



SUSAN SEIBLE 
MARK SELLARO 
KAY SHAEFFER 
JUDY SISSON 



GREGORY SKEENS 
GLENN STREET 
EDWARD TETER 
FRANK UPTON 



FRANKIE LEA URACO 
SUSAN WASLO 
MARY JANE WHITE 
COY WHITTAKER 



SUSAN WILLIAMSON 
LINDA WRIGHT 
GLENN YOUNG 
CARLZENO 




98 



School of Social Work 




CONNIE ADAM 
CHERI ANDERSON 
KERREN BITNER 
JANISE BLAND 



CHERYL CHOCK 
FRANKIE CLINE 
MARY DINEEN 
MICHAEL DOOLEY 



THOMAS EDMUNDS 
JUDITH ELIASON 
WARREN ELLIOTT 
KATHRYN ESPOSITO 




99 



DENISE FRIAR 
LYNN GAVARKAVICH 
JANE GREGORY 
CATHY HAGY 



REBECCA HARPY 
MARSHA HAUGHT 
KATHERINE JOSEPH 
CATHERINE LOVE 



THOMAS MACALUSO 
JOHN MARTYS 
STEPHEN MASON 
KARLA NESBITT 



GREGORY OAKLEY 
RUTH OBERHOLTZER 
PATRICIA O'BRIEN 
EUGENE OPESTINGHEL 





100 





SUSAN ORDECKI 
JANICE PAYNE 
BRENDA PIZATELA 
DEBORAH POLUGA 



KATHIE REBOVICH 
RANDY ROBERTS 
JOSEPH SAFETY 
LINDA SAMS 



BETH ANN SCHWEICKERT 
JANE SOLOMEN 
ERNIE VECCHIO 
LYNDA WARNER 



101 




102 





103 



Sandy Allbaugh Chosen 



"Women were born liberated and 
they don't have to prove it by mass dem- 
onstrations," said Sandy Allbaugh, Miss 
Monticola. "I don't think that anyone 
can generalize that all women should 
either stay in the home or pursue a 
career. The decision must be made by 
the individual herself." 

Allbaugh, a sophomore speech 
pathology and audiology major, was cho- 
sen Miss Monticola during an interview 
based on poise, personality, appearance, 
and achievement. 

Her future plans include obtaining a 
master's degree in speech pathology. 





Cathy Bertalan 
Second Runner-up 



Susan McCartney 
First Runner-up 



104 



Miss Monticola 






A panel of judges interviewed the candidates. 



105 



Judie Rheam Chosen 





106 



1973-1974 Homecoming Queen 




wi*' - ^^SCuT 



Judie Rheam was sponsored by Sum- 
mit Hall where she was assistant head 
resident. A family resources senior from 
Washington, Pa., Judie has spent three 
years on the WVU cheerleading squad. 





107 





Kathleen Ehrgott 
First Runner-up 



Jean West 
Second Runner-up 



108 



Katy Beal 
Fourth Runner-up 





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Laura Lee Colburn 
Third Runner-up 




109 



Inez Jones Reigns 




Black Unity Organization queen candidates are left to right: Attendant Terri Harris, Attendant Renee Holloway, Queen Inez 
Jones and Attendant Carla Yarbor. 




110 



as BUO Queen 




larla Yarbor, sophomore from Washington, Pa., was first attendant to 
:he BUO queen. 





Elected by the black student body, 
Inez Jones was an early childhood devel- 
opment senior. She was also a member 
of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, and her 



■■- mam mterest is music. 



Ill 





Dean Gluck presents the awards to Liz and Rodney at the halt -time of the Mountaineer Week football game. 



112 



Liz Taylor, Rodney Frye 

Chosen Mr. and Mrs. Mountaineer 

in Mountaineer Week Festivities 




113 



Mary Beth Derry 
Crowned Miss 
WVU 




MISS WVU WINNERS, SEATED: Queen Mary Beth Deny. BACK ROW, left to 
right: Susan Carr, Sandy Allbaugh, Elaine Banks, former Miss WVU. 




The ten semi-finalists pose during swim suit competirion. 



114 




"A liberated woman should be able to seek 
achievement anyway she can," said Miss 
WVU, Mary Beth Derry. Derry, a jxmior in 
voice and drama, was chosen Miss WVU 
through top scores in an interview, talent, eve- 
ning gown and swim suit competition. Future 
plans included work in a children's theater and 
a singing career. 





Susan Carr 
First Runner-up 



Sandy Allbaugh 
Second Runner-up 



115 



Susan Ordecki Crowned as 




116 



Helen of Troy, Greek Week Queen 






117 



Fraternities Choose 



Cindy Jennings, Beta Theta Pi 




118 



1974 Sweethearts 



Penny Hanks, Chi Phi 



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119 




Jane Hammett 
Delta Tau Delta 
Winter Sweetheart 



Becky Farrell 
Delta Tau Delta 
Spring Sweetheart 




120 







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Susan Blaney 
Kappa Alpha 



121 



Margaret Sell, Phi Delta Theta 




122 




Barbara Webb, Phi Kappa Psi 



Lori Berardi, Phi Kappa Sigma 




123 



Lily Latousakis 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




Nedra Fleming 
Sigma Chi 




124 




Linda Arnold 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Nancy Gladwell 
Theta Chi 



125 



Linda Stakias Chosen 





126 



Sigma Chi Derby Darling 






127 



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Meanwhile, 

Up At The House . , . 



128 





129 



Alpha Xi 




HRST ROW, left to right: Debbie Mendenhall, Debbie Kerr. SECOND ROW: Vice President Nancy Kulina, Debbie Nicocia. THIRD ROW: 
Carol Hceney, Phyllis Black. FOURTH ROW: President Susan Cagey, Patti Callihan. FIFTH ROW: Susie Scyphers, Lea Anderson, Ann Harden- 
burgh, Terri Arbaugh, Treasurer Cathy Tschappat, Dcbby Book, Marsha Krull. 



130 



Delta 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Lydia Lawson, Debbie Sergent. SECOND ROW: Pam Kain, Mary McFadden, Emmy Daugherty. THIRD ROW: Tressa 
Gorman, Chris Grubler, Mona Stump, Michele Latagliata. FOURTH ROW: Nada Beneke, Janice Soplinski, Lou Ann Lynch, Mary Louise Wolesla- 
gle, Sally Boyle, Panhellenic Becky Farrell, Nancy Han, Carch McDowell, Donna Hall, Linda Noland. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Allbaugh, Jeanine 
Auth, Marsha Bamett, Cindy Brown, Cathy Campbell, Brenda Fowler, Susan Fox, Jolie Gaydosh, Karen Heskey, Susan Linger, Cherylin Martin, 
Wendy McCune, Cheryl Walton, Bebbie Atkinson, Becky Bruno, Bonnie Burns, Jan Cozart, Mary Dickson, Cindy Dietz, Lee Fenton, Jean Golden, 
Luann Howard, Dcnise Koppelman, Sandy Mendenhall, Judy Moyle, Karen Steenson, Kathy Webster, Franni Weisz, Beth Welry. 



131 



Gamma Phi Beta 




SEATED, left to right: Charlene Lacey, Penny Nichols, Housemother Mrs. Sharon Hott, Mary Jean Vaccaro, Amy Griswold. STANDING: Linda 
Schwarz, Johnny Faber, Vice President and Pledge Trainer Libby Johnson, Gay Fink, Margaret Adams, Alice Fisher, Martha Sheets, Candy Fichter, 
President and Treasurer Diane Johnson, Meg Flynn, Lynn Beard, Judy Swanson, Janet Marcum, Secretary Pam Swisher, Charlene Shisler, Jane Callison. 



132 



Alpha Delta Pi 




SEATED, left to right: Mary Ann Wilder, Gina Stinellis, Patty Fusco, Connie Adam, Pledge Trainer Barb LeDonne, Carla Zambano, Jean Burdctte, 
Mavis Neil, President Bev White, Joyce Falascino. STANDING: Susan Cunningham, Corresponding Secretary, Beverly Griffith, Jean Duncan, 
Louctta Righter, Patti Jo Mooney, Debbie Bokenkamp, Susan Broderick, Barb Brown, Pam Lewis, Kathy Hume, Gail Bohm, Mona Shinn, Julane 
Curtis, Michelle Bosiljevak, Lori Fisher, Kathy Billig, Deb Hall, Vice President Janice Falascino, Treasurer Nancy Paul. NOT PICTURED: Sally 
Williams, June Yoho, Marsha Lutes, Brooke Curtis, Recording Secretary Rosemary Ellsworth. 



133 



Delta Delta 




SEATED, left to right: Sue Lemoine, Mary Lee Kastelic, Jan Canterelli. FRONT ROW: Sheri Smith, Arna Lee Kufrin, Patti Lucky, Joyce Maslyk. 
BACK ROW: Judy Leavitt, Suzie Munland, Robin Fankhauser, Diana Mihahc, Sandy Justice, Karen Bosiak, Patty Featherstone, Nancy Whitlock, 
Debbie Whitlock, Marian Conley, Jean Ann Kelley. 

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134 



Delta 




SEATED, left to right: Lynn Brown, Lena Welton. FRONT ROW: Lisa Eye, Susie Cantley, Dara Lucas, President Kathy Thacker. BACK ROW: 
Pledge Trainer Mana Kanierina, Recording Secretary Stephanie Thompson, Cathy Miller, Mary Ann Calloway, Claudia Balsley, Roseann Samus, 
Robin Ashwonh, Barb Spicher, Patti Griffin, Connie Goldstein, Jane Pugh, Jean Ann Brewer, Housemother, Mrs. Stella Oldf ield. Barbie Miller. 
NOT PICTURED: Robin Beard, Jane Bone, Mary Sue Bridi, Diane Brockman, Pam Martin, Janice Miller, Debbie Patterson, Lynn Priestly, Ann 
Ullman, Kathy Cava, Dawn Clarkson, Beth Folkenroth, Lynn Fulton, Vice President Brenda Guiliani, Jeanne Lunsford, Treasurer Diana McNair, 
Kathy Patterson, Peggy Sebelia, Kathy Wade, Linda Wojcik, Bonnie Young. 



135 



Alpha 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Terry Moore, Nancy Gelini, Elizabeth Gerwig, Shelley Beclcwith, Marty Street, Karen Wilson, Emily Tuckwiller, Linda 
Burgen. SECOND ROW: Janie Morton, Mary Lee Avey, Cathy Eagloski, Ann McKendrick, Joyce Acshenbrenner, Kathy Wilbum, Linda Thomas, 
Vicki Bell, Yvonne Omdoff, Patty Tubman, Sharon Wallace, Linda Klein. THIRD ROW: Susan Morton, Lisa Nard, Lizzie Martz, Gretchen Case- 
beer, Leigh Komorosld, Barb Harrison. 



136 



Phi 




FRONT ROW, left to right: President Carol Henry, Terry Brown, Karen Shoemaker, Janice Coder, Linda Dechek, Carla Pingley. SECOND ROW: 
Jan Moore, Hazel Minor, Beth Smith, Susan Ordecki, Carolyn Ketchum. THIRD ROW: Kathy Eichelberger, Marlene Kalo, Nancy Tliimgan, Vice 
President Diane Pennington, Treasurer Joanne Loflin, Pledge Trainer Judy Linnen, Gloria Zaburynski, Cindy Melmige, Adrienne Bober, Mary Ann 
Watt, Recording Secretary Carla Whitten, Vice President Debbie Ray, Missy Maust. FOURTH ROW: Marcia Brand, Susan Pearce, Lilly Latovsakis, 
Panhellenic Barb Cattano, Sharon Barcic, Missy Wolford. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Helle, Kathy Berardinelli, Mary Miller, Debbie Galbus, Debbie 
Sawczyszyn, Janice Kinscr, Sherry Hott, Lynn Wolf, Carol Crane. 



137 



Kappa Kappa 




FRONT ROW, left to right; Cindy Bcihl, Megan O'Neill, Margaret Shaffer, Ruth Keller, Janice Bunn, Priscilla Fenton, Mary Cole Honon, Laurie 
Temple, Christy Mann, Recording Secretary Karen Potesta, First Vice President Barbara Webb. SECOND ROW: President Mary Jane Simons, Sally 
Gall, Laura Colbom, Betsy Lisankis, Pam Campbell, Barbie Polumbo, Jane Morrison, Ann Full, Mary Sue Preston, Nancy Duf field, Sharon Golden, 
Ann Watson, Cecilia Hamrick, Donna Miller, Jane McNear, Judy McCoy, Karen Kennedy. SEATED ON HOOD: Susie McCartney, Ann Robertson, 
Kathy Joseph. 



138 



Gamma 



SP??5S 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Sandy Dawson, Joan Lisankis, Mary McCloskey, Barbara Murray, Peggy Janick, Tanis Dunivan. MIDDLE ROW: Bcw 
Kinbel, Dawn Baltich, Susie Herold, Second Vice President Alice Brown, Laura Gather, Candy Cowgiil, Kathleen Kautz, Marilyn Phillips, Harriet 
Nelson. BACK ROW: Judy Kanlick, Cindy Jennings, Valerie Lazzell, Kathy Lazzell, Andy Speaker, Sue Smith, Pledge Trainer Mary Meisner, Chlo- 
rinda Colanero, Treasurer Sally Bernard, Corresponding Secretary Donna Boylan, Susie Maphis, Margi Langey, Joan Griffith. NOT PICTURED: 
Wally Heider. 



139 



Kappa 




SEATED ON FLOOR, left to right: Cheryl Dannley, Tern Thumm, Terri Issack, Ann Hansen, Pat Snyder, Susan Crews, Karen Barr, Libby Issack, 
Judy Paugh, Peggy Gwinn. SEATED ON COUCH: Paula Lauffer, Cindy Brown, Nancy Gladwell, Brenda Gaston. BACK ROW: Sandy Murray, 
Janet Boyle, Linda Moore, Cathy Markham, Celeste Miller, Valerie Stewart, Barbara Solomon, Pam Mitchell, Penny George. 



140 



Delta 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Frankie Hale, Connie Larew, Cheri Anderson, Francine Voyt, Jane Duffy, Denise Albera, Cindy Mace. SECOND 
ROW: Sharon Madeja, President Janie Solomon, Michelle Grande, Beverly Baker, Housemother Mrs. Mary Austin, Gussie Bouldin, Peggy Rogers, 
Bonnie Gallatin, Editor Susie Seminary, Janet Hammack. THIRD ROW: Vice President Frankie Winfree, Brenda Cummings, Panhellenic Leisa 
Wright, Jerri Tate, Pam Roberts, Secretary Marcy Miller, Treasurer Patricia Wright, Debbie Harmason, Patti Ambrose, Nancy Burdctte. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Mary Boyles, Carolyn Mazzella, Taunja Willis, Pam Harper, Kim Kunkle, Pat Glass, Kathy Speraw, Denise Liston, Amy Morgan, Kathy 
Gieske, Karen Colbert, Vicki Tyson, Debbie Albright, Becky Bailey, Jenny Boyles. 



141 



Delta 




FRONT ROW, left to right: President Jean West, Cindy Chambers, Corresponding Secretary Ivy Whitlatch, Karen Kueser, Treasurer Judy Dils, 
Penny Hammett. SECOND ROW; Becky Davis, Recording Secretary Cindy Zech, Amy Whitlatch, Vera Chanowich, Amy Long, Kathy Hampton, 
Sue Smith. THIRD ROW: Debbie Vicites, Lenny Henn, Houseparents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bychaj, Debbie Dickert, Milly Eyer. 



142 



Gamma 







SEATED, left to right: Mindy Herrick, Terry Johnson, Jan Howes, Susie Silman, Patty Chambers, Panhellenic Karen Campbell. STANDING: Marty 
Alvord, Sue Gall, Karen Ragni, Leslie Gall, Terry Rieman, Julie Stone, Jane Wolfe, Mary Lou Klausing, Beth Gladwell, Adele Winkler, Kristy Wink- 
ler, Linda Arnold. NOT PICTURED: Stephanie Yanero, Tee Edwards, Jane Diamond, Carol Benalon, Kathy Wingo, Jackie Broadwater, Libby Davis, 
Susan Davis, Becky Watts, Betsy Stevenson, Liz Dawling, Donna Hutton, Paige Weber, Karen Weber, Debbie laquinta, Mary Beth Derry, Sue Friend, 
Sebbi Scholter, Susan Blaney, Cathy Bcrtalon, Mary Ley Santonis, Tamara Wilson, Diana Oliver, Drema Powell, Dina Mattingly, Bev Ratliff, Jan 
Hare, Jane Mainella, Sherry Thompson. 



U3 



Pi Beta 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Annette Podratsky, Lynn Spencer, Marianne Narrick, Mary Sue Catlett, Beth FuJton, Donna Cross. SECOND ROW: 
Susie Joseph, Debbie Kokosks, Frannie Cox, Secretary Daneen Richardson, Kary Beal, Amy Stalnaker, Susan Watters, Linda Dodd, Housemother Mrs. 
Francis Bcack. BACK ROW: Betsy Columbo, Jeri Grimm, Bonnie Sieminski, Jane Feala, Diane Griffin, Deedy StrickJer, President Mary Jo Poner- 
field, Treasurer Laurie Frassinelli, Sylvia Angotti, Pledge Trainer Jane Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Becky Garrett, Susan Dites, Jenny Poner, Pam 
Dailey, Jacqueline Wheeler, Janet Pince, Susan Jarvis, Kathy Basil, Jennifer Andy. 



144 



Phi 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Lisa Zanoni, Betsy Montgomery-. Karen DeVincent, Lori Bcrard, Vice President Anne Bucher. MIDDLE ROW: Jane 
Ann Hammett. Beth Allen, Mar>' Jane Gallagher, Jennifer Kendall, Marian Paskovitch, Vicki Zambito, Panhellenic Paige Comwell, JoAnne Greer, 
Vicki Salentro, Becky Nicewonder, Jane Furfari. BACK ROW: Carolyn Coombs, Bev Limberg, Marilyn Dahomer, Kathy Weelkly, Kim Joanson, 
Linda Lennon, Beb Judge, Teresa Angotti, Kitty Tuberase, Cindy Greer, Amy Wildman. NOT PICTURED: Sara Kidd, Ceciela Underwood, Mary 
Beth Mandich, Barbi Hopkins, Susan Morgan, Leslie Ward, Marcia Frashure, Trish Woodbum, Julie Beard. 



145 



Chi Omega 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Lettie Floyd, Kathy Hoffman, Jamie Rossano, Buffy Davis, Melanie Brooks, Sally Friebertshauser, Soozi Campbell, Sara 
Beth Clendenin. SECOND ROW: Amy Wolfe, Linda Stakias, Danecn Pacifico, Kathy Boutaugh, Alice Barbario, Sharon McConnell. THIRD ROW: 
Nancy McCormick, Ann McCoy, Lynn Forgash, Mary Lynn Mattingly, Susan Ross, Debbie Sobeck. FOURTH ROW: Sandy Hilton, Cindy Bissett, 
Amy Lightner. 



146 



Best Sorority Picture 




BOTTOM TO TOP: Judy Carruth, Secretary Adele Watson, Treasurer Susie Montgomery, Personnel Sharon Thacker, Janet Lunger, Kathy Carr, 
Tonda Hannum, Ellen White, Diane Briars, Cindy Griffith, Linda Lubin, Cathy Coleman, President Liz Taylor. 



147 



Chi Omega 




ON GROUND, left to right: Kathy Rowand, Kathy Urso. ON SWING: Donna Roniino, Jayne Brooks. STANDING: June Moody, Becky Byrd, 
Marcy Sansone, Nancy Hill, Judy Haugh, Jantsy Carruth, Barbie Powell. BACK ROW; Nancy Spears, Jennifer Hurd. 



148 



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149 



Alpha Gamma Rho 
Best Fraternity Picture 




FRONT ROW, left to right: First Vice President Jim Harris, George Painter. BACK ROW: Rich Caner, Bill Judy, Treasurer Rich Rhodes, Tom 
Eld, Secretary Mike Cromer, Housemother Mrs. Price, Mark Durham, President Jim Webb, Steve Hershfeld, Gil Stuart, Second Vice President Steve 
Perdue, Tom Vasale. NOT PICTURED: Eric Lendl, John Saunders, Dennis Bowyer, Larry Herrington, Mike Rubin, Gary Turner, Randy Mitchell. 



150 



Phi Kappa Sigma 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Mark Lennon, Terry Weaver, Bill Hines, Eric Carson, Joe Horvath, Mike Toole, Bob Benson, Luthur E. Legg, John 
Raines, Jesse Mancini, John Gianola, Shadow Kople, Tom Vorbach, Greg Skeens, Sid Young, Rick Hollensworth, Scott DeVault, Alan Moats, Gary 
Greene. ON THE ROOF: Barry Zinn, Steve Vickers, Jim Radcliffe, Mike Fullenon, Kevin Widney, Brad Hinkle, Boo Bennett. BACK ROW: Perry 
Stratter, Ray Strickland, Jack Whipkey, Clark Lawrence, Bill Srbinovich, Peter Porter. NOT PICTURED: Don Myers, Scott Brown, Bill Towers, 
Doug Faucett, Jack Angel, Darrell Collins, Eugene Emerson, Don Gusso, Wayne Storm, Bill Titus, Ken Krummrich, Jeff Benson, Charles Conway, 
Ron Gacek, Rick Connell, Tim Reed, Bill Talbot, Gerald Stanley, Andy Tomasik, Larry Pugh, Gary Storm. 



151 



Phi Kappa 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Wayne Hall, Ed Furbee, Bob Bird, Kevin Zech, Dave Morris, Jim Walters, John Birzzi. SECOND ROW: Ron Gaydos, 
Bill Appleby, Rich Smith, Steve Kings, Mike Hopkins, Kim Craig, Jim Lorenz. THIRD ROW: Mark Haugen, Sam Wagner, John Davis, Tim Mad- 
dox, Bill King, Dave Pill, Roy Setzer, Paul Audia. BACK ROW: Jeff Tennent, Doug Mundy, Kim Reynolds, Gary Waters, Bruce Collins, Tony 
Tuckwiler, Dick Ratcliffe, Junior Taylor, Gary Pyles, Larry Goff . 



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Psi 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Chaplain Greg Groves, Recording Secretary Jim Stike, Vice President Denny Wilson, President Al Vanatter, John Field, 
John Wright. SECOND ROW: Frank LaVecchio, Brad Hickman, Brad Myers, John Gaydos, Scott Beck, Rich Visotcky, Rich Pill, Bob Holland. 
THIRD ROW: Mike Bowen, Bob Fox, Tom Douglass, John Jacob, Jim Tuck. BACK ROW: Kevin Crank, Mario Marra. Brad Tuckwiller, Curt 
Woodford, Bob Reynolds, Tom Hinzman, Mike Martin, Steve Scales, Bob Northrup, Jay Barron, Brad Carmicheal. NOT PICTURED: Ed Drum- 
mond, Mark Harris, Bob Chrisofore, Doug Oldfield, Ed Riley, Dan Pears, Mark Richards, Charles Guy, Stu Wolpen, Rick Barker, Gary Cobb, Greg 
Harding, Chuck McClung, John Woodward, Paul Wallace, Loer Nutter, Ed Davis, Mark Fairman, Larry Elewski, Steve Radcliffe, Mike Murphy, Mike 
Garrett, Jeff Ford, Jeff Stanley, Vic Moccia, Dave Horton, Terry Turner, Sam Guy, Richie Papp, Rolf Traetwin, Butch Pedula, Dave Janes. 



153 



Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Dave Tyson, Charles Bickle, President Rob Parsons, Greg McNeer, Jay Mills, Corresponding Secretary John Stallings. 
BACK ROW: Mike Rafa, Mark Obermann, Jim Snyder, Terry Wolfe, Bob Martini, Recording Secretary Jim Comerci, Tom Palmquist, Pat McCray, 
Treasurer Steve Bittner, Bruce Olenchuck, Allen Wilson, Buddy Wolfe, Howie Cacco, Historian Scott Jones. NOT PICTURED: Dave Ash, Noel 
Doheny, Rick Shaffer, Steve Evrard, Robert May, Jerry Darkes, Gene Bliman, Dave Cochran. 



154 



Theta Chi 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Pat Conners, Larry Clark. John Pulice, Dave Fueg, Mark Fowler, Jeff Brinkman, Jim Hutchinson, President Gary 
Charles. BACK ROW: Chuck Gnas, Kyle Lusk, Bob Straub, Bill Airman, Secretary Lockey Clark, Treasurer Maynard Honabach, Walter Kozlowski. 
NOT PICTURED: Jerry Moore, Kent Ruiz, Bob Clark, Lindsey Allen, Opie Matthey, Bill Harry, Vice President John Dewey, Darrell Morgan, John 
Helean, Vince Anido, Jack Ramsey, Dave Williams. 



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Kappa 




FRONT ROW, left to right: John Q. McMillion, Steve LaCagnin, Tom Rowe, Ed Robbins, Jack Bailes, Steve Bamett, Jim Hawkins, Dave Kaiser, 
Jim Jero, Brent Hawkins, Scott Mayo. BACK ROW: Mike Canavan, Paul Puskar, Glenn Hood, W. D. Burnett, Steve Dargan, Jim Carrier, Jim Camp- 
bell, Mike McCombs, Steve Cummins, John Roberts, Charley Swart. 



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Alpha 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Recording Secretary Gil Meyer, Ted Jonczak, Mike Urtso, Mike McCombs, Frank Congelio, KA Rose Carol Wiant, 
President Dave McClung, Don Saunders, Mike Jenkins, Ed Robbins, John Hoffman, Jack Bailes. BACK ROW: Raymond Alvarez, Dave Covey, Mike 
Plaster, Randy Shepler, Vice President Tom Esposito, Keith Thomtin, Treasurer Tom Carr, Marty Fahey, Bill Brewer, John Hoffman. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Jim Work, Perry Petropolis, Dave Krisry, Mark Sobrey, Jack Jochum, Limerick, Dave Ruse, Tom Hidelgo, Jim Stenger, John Contoveros, 
Walter Black, Bill Shivlin, John Wydo, Steve Crowell, Frank Lawson, Jordan Weber, Bill Baird, Garrett, Breakiron, Earl Tomblin. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Harry Bergstrom, Tim Rugh, Ron Rose, Mike Scott, Jeff Zander, Ray Lipowcan, Roy Taplin, Steve Perkins. MIDDLE 
ROW: Roger Clipham, Mike Goetz, Grady Miller, John Vaughn, Pete Heyden, John Pinelli, Mike Dann, Gary Cole. BACK ROW: Dave Gallitin, 
Bill Ratcliff, Raymon Ponales. NOT PICTURED: Chuck Gerardi, Brett Cotter, Earl Fatkin, Bob Schmidt, Ed Carpenter, Bob Williams, Dave Wil- 
liams, Alex Skirpan, Fred Taylor, Dan Betz, Don Brown, K. Micheal Alexander, Bill Wilson. 



158 



Pi Kappa Alpha 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Rich Maltese, Stretch Sunderland, Mark Kreyenbuhl, Secretary Doc Holliday, Bill Capito, Thad Podratsky, Treasurer 
Bill Bridy, Pizza Piazza, Gilmore Comisso. DRIVER SEAT: Cook Sophia McKinney, Ron Rambeau, Tony Schnech. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Virtue, 
Steve Buelich, Pat Butto, Paul Cameletti, Earl Gerber, Jim "Turkey" Looney, President Mark McRobens. BACK ROW: Gary Duryea, Rich Walzak, 
Mike Rose, Joe Crum. NOT PICTURED: Owen Reeves, Art Lallone, Vice President Brad Wilson, Load Hall, Tom Chipps, Nick Yocklic, Bob 
Bauman, Mike Shurina, Bob Kerns, Ken Mosgrove, Don Mcintosh, Roben Kalmar, Bill Comisso, Lacy Worden, Mike Morgan, Ron Corso, John 
Dolfie, Chuck Scott, Bill Curry, Jim Kauffelt, Dean Rohrig, Jim Graden, Bruce Piker, Dave Duralia, Mario Stowers, Bob Harvey, Bau Tecca, Larry 
Albright, Rudy Zimmerman. 



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Sigma 



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FRONT ROW, left to right: Ray Nungasser, Harry Kammer, Chuck Comer, Rick Whiting, Dave Zigler, Charley Bourne, Waldo, Randy Fiery, Mike 
Robinson, John Kearney, Mark Pennington. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Shamburger, St. Mellow, Bob Kain, Don Spekler. BACK ROW: Rocky Stout, 
Jerry Pahl, Greg Campbell, John Harman, Bob Cary, Dean Somerville, Greg Rcxroad, Phil Mason, Bill Crichton, Gary Branon, Scope Jarrett, Pro 
Consul, Bill Richardson, Keith Wade, Greg Seracko, Ed Hamrick, Bob Fitzpatrick, Jeff Everhard, Rick Hill, Jed DePaulo, Mike Malone, George 
Replinsky. NOT PICTURED: Steve Marr, Dan Larcamp, Greg Glass, Mike Murphy, Steve Bloom, Neil Reed, Kim Reid, Steve Woodard, Mike 
Woodard. 



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FRONT ROW, left to right: John Valanti, John Robertson, Marc Golden, Kenny Mansfield, Dean Rebich, Jim Judge, Kevin Kendrawla, Rich Lear, 
John Stark. MIDDLE ROW: Vince Tucceri, Steve Hughes, Quaestor Chip Van Guilder, Annotator Steve Douglas, Chuck Ross, Frank Tatta, Consul 
Nick Cook, Scott Randolph, Rick Gorrell, Kevin Kimmler, Trey Henshaw. BACK ROW: J. C. Powell, Dave Stephens, Kim Wade, Jim Heindrich, 
Carl Martin, Keith Simon, Jim Sutherland, Homer Speaker, Bob Rupp, Bill Biddington, Mike Victorson, Brian Willison, Rob Johnson, Scott Albert- 
son, Steve White, John Walls, Jeff Winemiller, Steve Bailey, Paul G. Martin. 



161 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Mark Constance, Jim Kratsos, John Catsohs, Lynn Pappas, Ernie Given, Tom Kraft, Marcie Samson, Steve Bronson. 
MIDDLE ROW: Chaplain Tom Dalesio, Sue Thomas, Mark Imbroglio, Guy LaRoache, Ed Ames, S<I>E Sweethean Lynda Arnold, Rick Vaughn, 
Corresponding Secretary Keith Horton, Jim Boyle, Lee Burkleca, President Mike Burke, Ron Laupp, Larry Schoonover, Tom Lombardi, Lynn Drago- 
vich. THIRD ROW: Greg Tilley, Steve Knopp, John Hall, Toppy McMillion, Bemic Bachmann, Bob Basinger, Rich Allen, Tom Hill, Curt Shinn, 
Ken Wallen, Scott Burke, Diane Joseph, Bill Jef f eries, John Baker, Matt Bardes, Controller Tom Cobb, Recording Secretary Rich Herrmann, Nick 
Rosati, Joe Farris. ON THE BAR: Tom Walker, Stony Burke, Bill Courtney, Herb Mullens, Mike Ostrow, Dave Michael, Vice President Tim 
Walker, Mitch Stevenson. NOT PICTURED: Doug Lovejoy, Frank Stark, Jim Ullrich, Dennis Klingensmith, Tom McNish, Rick Myers, Mary Gia- 
della, Kathy O'Hara, Kathy Horton, Judy Moyle, Kathy Beer, Anna Lee Kuf rin, Theresa Blake, Randy Hill, Marvin Haynes, Swif ty Shaver, Bill 
Rosen, Jeff Shaffer, Bill Weimer, Kelly Crooks, Bill Powell, Bill Stofferaln, Randy Daniels, Chris Krull, Stan Gwinn, Keith Pappas. 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon 




FRONT ROW; Teke. SECOND ROW, left to right: Howard Cooper, Steve Roegner, Dal Fot, Roben McWilliams. THIRD ROW: Secretary 
Charles Williams, President William Trimbath, Mike McNeese, Don Fox, Treasurer Rex Buckley, Larry Barlow. BACK ROW: Vice President John 
McGlothlin. NOT PICTURED: Tim Mendenhall, Bruce Lazendy, Roger Rainy, Joe Pate, Dave Cox, David Dunbar. 



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Delta 




FRONT ROW, left to right; Michael Delia Mea, Chic Sale, Rick Hill, Buddy Mosser, Rick West, MIDDLE ROW: Tom Turner, Alex Cocco, Bill 
Smith, Jay Hart, Mark Stanley, Joe Safety. BACK ROW: Lacy Aliff, Marty Becker, Dave Culicerto, Dick Miller, Kim Germondo, Doug Dollicastro, 
Rick Murray, Burge Speilman, Dave Wilson, Doug Malloy, Kenny Fox, Ade Dillon, Eddie Thompson, Joe Fisher. 



164 



Tau Delta 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Ed White, Dave Cuvaro, J. R. Slabe, Bill Zipf, Bill Ford. SECOND ROW: Moe Skaff, Ed Santry, Rick Joseph, Vince 
Tallerico, Pete Roth, Andy Seymour, Dave Johnson. THIRD ROW: Frank Burga, Ben Wetzel, Mike Fitzgerald, Bret McAtee, Rick Wilson, John 
Mentze, John Riccio, John Marks, Joel Burkhalter, Herb Hawse. NOT PICTURED: Tim Fisher, Steve Wehner, Jack Skidmore, Don Anderson, 
George Hott, Walt Golembreski, Wayne Mason, Tom Hynes, Jimmy DuBois, Johnny Culcierto, Mark Skewcs, Woody Thrasher, Mike Haught, Jim 
Buzzerd, Joe Casto, Mike Cavendish, John Crow, Ken Floyd, Dave Illuminate, Gregg Keane, John Matthews, Wally McCarrell, Frank Remcheck, 
Harry Robens, Roy Ruddle, John Scott, Rick Severino, Todd Stephenson, Jim Zeller. 



165 



Panhellenic 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Barb Catanno, Mary Ellen Hereda, Karen Campbell, Judy Swanson, Annette Podrasky, Kathy Eichelberger, Marsha 
Frashure. MIDDLE ROW: Margaret Adams, Sharon McConnell, Pam Kain, Becky Farrell, Janet Boyle, Lisa Wright, Susie Maphis, Manha Sheets. 
BACK ROW: Carolyn Ketchum, Paige Comwell, Tressa Gorman, Alice Barbario, Dawn Clarkson, Debbie Whitlock, Lauetta Righter, Patty Fusco, 
Debbie Jones. 



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Inter Fraternity Council 




Left to Right: Michael Victorson, President; Tom Delasio, Editor; Michael Burke, Secretary-Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Steve Cummins, Vice 
President. 



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Football Has a 

Hard, Winning Season 





For Coach Bowden and his Mountaineer team, the 1973 
season was one of determination. Their 6-5 record does not 
even begin to tell the whole story. Football, as in any sport, 
is a game of skill, dedication and a certain amount of luck. 
"Under the circumstances, we did O.K.," according to Coach 
Bowden. "Going into the season, we were hoping to win 
more ball games. However, there was no way to forsee the 
loss of Ron Lee, Chuck Fiorante, Ade Dillon, John Har- 
charic, Marcus Mauney and Charlie Miller, just to name a 
few. Had someone told me before we'd lose these men, I 
could have predicted a 6-5 record." 




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Danny Buggs: 

All East First Team 

Kodak First Team Ail-American 

AP Second Team All-American 



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Seventeen starters will return next season as compared to the five who returned 
this year. "When you only have four or five men returning, you are working with 
the nucleus of a team," said Bowden. "It's strictly a building situation. If the start- 
ing lineup for the Maryland game had played all year, we could have won eight or 
nine games." 



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Bowden felt that next year he'll be better able to 
coach such players as Ben Williams. "Ben came in 
under fire and to start the way he did — the burden 
was tough," Bowden said. "Our kids are trained well. 
That's one thing about our football team, it has char- 
acter and it is built under fire. These boys show their 
character by coming back and winning three out of 
four ball games when they are down." 












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"A lot of people would have quit," Bowden com- 
mented. "We lost a lot of battles, but we won the war. 
We had a winning season." 





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Commenting on the attitude of the WVU 
fans, Coach Bowden pointed out that it's typi- 
cal for people not to want to lose. "Everyone 
feels our business is to win," Bowden said. 
"Especially in West Virginia, where we're the 
only school playing teams like Penn State and 
Pitt, we're looked upon as a major team. Peo- 
ple come up with all kinds of excuses for los- 
ing. They claim all kinds of crazy things like 
the players are drunk, the coaches are drunk, 
the players hate the coaches or the coaches 
hate each other. But when you coach you 
expect it and have to accept it. These are prob- 
lems all over the country." 




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WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 1973 FOOTBALL TEAM, FRONT ROW, left to right: Danny Buggs, Marshall Mills, Ben Williams, Emil Ros, 
Ade Dillon, Chuck Fiorante, Bob Weidman, Leon Carter, John Everly, Anie Owens, Tom Bowden, John Coker, Harry Blake, Steve Leach, Mike 
Collins, Mike Hubbard, Mike Nelson, Frank Nestcr, Jack Skidmore, Ron Lee. SECOND ROW: Coach Chuck Klausing, Coach Don Young, Dwayne 
Woods, Roy Podbesek, Al Gluchoski, Greg Dom, Wib Newton, Tom Brandner, Pat White, C. D. Oliver, Rick Pennpacker, Doug Stevens, Jim 
Cookman, Phil Keeling, Dan Larcamp, Bob Dessimoz, Bob Kaminski, Dave Nevera, Butch Phillipi, Walt Bragg, David Van Halanger, Jay Sheehan, 
Dave Jagdmann, Jeff Rice, Coach Bobby Bowden, Coach Jim Youngblood. THIRD ROW: Coach Alex Gibbs, Coach Jerry Bruner, Coach Joe Pen- 
dry, Heywood Smith, Mike Michael, Jim Miller, Tom Florence, Charlie Miller, Mark Burke, John Harcharic, Eddie Russell, Marcus Mauney, Greg 
Anderson, Jack Eastwood, Rich Cecil, John Withers, Steve Dunlap, Mark Eliopulos, Joe Bennett, Brian Gates, Dave Snyder, Tom Zakowski, Dave 
Wilcher, Coach Garrett Ford, Coach Frank Cignetti, Coach George Henshaw, Equipment Manager Carl Roberts. LAST ROW: Billy Don Farley, Rich 
Lukowski, Tony Napolillo, Ron Brown, Rick Shaffer, Andy Peters, Reed McCoUim, Bruce Huffman, Nick Horoszko, John Adams, Gary Lombard, 
Jeff Merrow, John Spraggins, Mike Zakowski, Chuck Kelly. 




1973 .JUNIOR VARISTY, FRONT ROW, left to right: Coach Jerry Schultze, John Douglas, Ray Wolski, Gunner West, Barry Hardy, John Schell, 
Paul Jordan, Sterling Price, John Lopez, Chuck Brooks, Scott Poner, Kirk Lewis, Tom Loadman, Jim Glusick, Head Coach Jim Youngblood. MID- 
DLE ROW: Randy Swinson, Jim Scringe, John Reek, Mike McDowell, Ken Culbcrtson, Greg Stephens, Lester Johnson, Rodney Watson, John 
Ansell, Bill Robb, Guy Volpe, Greg Lassaro, Ray Heman. BACK ROW: Coach Carl Cayette, Coach John Billetz, Rick Parks, Charles Gatson, Paul 
Holland, Rod Clawson, John Figurski, Walt Doyle, Victor Johnson, Rick Miskiel, Chuck Smith, Steve Earley, Chris Ferguson, Tom Annon, Kirk 
Conners, Coach Barry Rice, Coach Mike Sherwood. 



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A Gratifying Season 



The 1973 soccer season was a satis- 
fying one for Coach John McGrath 
and his team. The hooters put 
together a winning tally of 10-1-3 and 
at one time, the team was rated ninth 
in the nation. Pre- season speculation 
for McGrath were below his team's 
accomplishments. 



"Looking at the people I had 
recruited, the people coming back and 
the people I had lost, the best I 
thought we could do out of 14 games 
was to win eight and lose six," 
McGrath stated. "When we ended up 
10-1-3, it was very satisfying. I feel 
that we played the way we were 
expected to." 



"This team has been the best soccer 
team I've ever coached," McGrath 
stated. "They've been the easiest to 
work with and the most enjoyable. 
They went out onto the field with the 
purpose of winning in mind and not 
to seek individual goals. As far as 
team work is concerned, this has been 
my best team." 




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for McGrath and Team 



"It was discouraging to lose to So. 
Florida in the Southern Regionals. I 
think we were a little over confident 
for that game. After So! Florida 
scored, we lost a little confidence and 
the pressure was tremendous," 
McGrath stressed. 



McGrath found out that his team 
had been nationally ranked after the 
Frostburg game. "I knew right after 
the game, but I let the team eat and 
after we got back on the bus, I 
announced that we were ninth in the 
nation. Everyone went crazy for about 
10 or 15 minutes," McGrath said. "It 
was pandemonium!" 



"The team played with a basic 
game in mind," McGrath concluded. 
"It was great to work with these 
guys." 







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1973 SOCCER TEAM, FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob Cuddeback, Steve Cataldo, Jack Cardoso, Herman Pinto, Sam Vieceli, Dave Colt, Vince 
Mancini, Jim Burgess. MIDDLE ROW: Coach McGrath, Cliff Tinsman, Barry Sullivan, Robeno Calzadilla, Dan Spears, Jim Smith, Reed Sourbeer, 
Steve Burgess, George Dischinger, Carl Diecus — Manager, Ass't Coach Bob Boyd. BACK ROW: Ron Shewcraft, Gary Class, Tony Borges, Manny 
Matos, Nick Moulakis, Keith James, Joe Okhakhu, Earl Eckett, Manager Joe Simms. 



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"There's nothing wrong with being number one if you 
have what it needs to be number one. I knew what it took, 
but we didn't go that route," Coach Sonny Moran said sit- 
ting in his barren gold and blue office. The room had been 
cleared in preparation for its new occupant. 

"The name of the game is recruiting and scheduling," 
Moran said. "Look at what surrounding schools have. 
Recruiting is a three-ring circus and a rule or two is vio- 
lated. We don't offer the fringe benefits that are 
violations." 

Moran felt that leaving the Southern Conference really 
hurt the WVU team. Eleven out of thirteen years the team 
won the conference and then went on to the NCAA's. 
"We'd get knocked out in the first game, but the people 
were happy," Moran said. 

Now WVU was playing NCAA teams during the regu- 
lar season. "Instead of being the team everyone looked up 
to in the Southern Conference, we were looking up at all 
the teams that were bigger than us. We were not playing 
from the same deck," Moran said. He also said that a prob- 
lem arose when West Virginia fans did not accept this. 

"The only thing that upset me was that people didn't 
realize what we had," Moran claimed, referring to the 1972 
season. "It was a fleeting thing. We were nationally ranked 



and in a period of two weeks, it was gone. Adversity hit us 
when we had worked so hard." 

Disappointment characterized the 1973 season. "We 
played ball clubs that had their entire teams back intact," 
Moran said. "We lacked the total support of everybody. 
Better TV and radio coverage were needed." 

"We were very competitive and only the coach and the 
players can appreciate that," Moran continued. "To a fan, a 
loss is a loss. But we know when we've done a good job. 
Only Notre Dame beat us badly." 

Moran emphasized that a realization had to come. "If 
Thorne and West didn't jump at the job, maybe some peo- 
ple will realize what is lacking. I'm not trying to burn any 
bridges," he said. 

Moran did not want to treat West Virginia as a stepping- 
stone. "We're leaving a good nucleus and we're leaving the 
program in better shape," he stressed. "What is needed is an 
indication of where the team is going. Goals and policies 
must be consistent. If you want to be number one, you've 
got to put into the program what is needed. There must be 
complete and total support by everybody." 

"I wish the very best for the program," Moran con- 
cluded. 





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1973-1974 MOUNTAINEERS: FRONT ROW, left to right: Graduate assistant, Bill Ryczaj, Trainer Whitey Gwynne, Chris Springer, Mark Catlett, 
David McCardle, Harold Black, Eartha Faust, John Vidovich, Levi Phillips, Rick Coles, Manager Bill Hines, Equipment Custodian Clarence Kimble. 
BACK ROW: Head Coach G. E. (Sonny) Moran, Scott MacDonald, Jerome Anderson, Warren Baker, Sam Kilbum, Bob Hornstein, Larry Carr, Mike 
Carson, Jim Schneider, Roben Sims, Assistant Coach Gary McPherson, Assistant Coach Chuck Machcxk. 



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Wrestlers Break Even With 7-7-1 Record 



The wrestling team felt the effects of 
the gas shortage when their meets with 
George Washington and St. Francis 
were canceled. The teams had no other 
means of transportation and conse- 
quently. Coach Nedef f felt that the team 
could have won both meets if played. 

Injuries were a problem, too. Craig 
Hillegass, for example, missed the first 
seven meets due to a motorcycle acci- 
dent. "He never got around to being in 
real good shape, so for the second half 
of the season he never fully recovered," 
Nedeff explained. 

Nedef f felt that the team was an over- 
all good one. "Dale Murdock did a great 
deal of the coaching," he said. "He's 
been a real credit to our program." 

Overall, the team will lose the follow- 
ing seniors: Frank Zatta (heavyweight), 
who had a "pretty good year," Dave Sny- 
der (190 class), who helped "even 
though he never had a strong wrestling 
background," and Garret Breakiron (158 
class). "Right now we need more 
strength in the heavyweight class," 
explained Nedeff. "We have more 
depth in lightweight." 

For the 74-75 
season, Nedeff 
predicted depth 
in all classes to 
produce a 

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1973-1974 WERSTLING TEAM; FRONT ROW, left to right; Gary Sheridan, Craig Hillegass, Ric Pennesi. SECOND ROW: Frank Zatta, Tom 
Oleszewslci, Garret Breakiron, Pat Lupinett, Joe Crum, Gary Nixon. THIRD ROW; Head Coach George Nedeff, Mark Whipkey, Lenny Wrabcl, 
Charles Fordyce, Leonard Perroots, Jim Ramano, Dan Debolt, Bob Perfetto, George Mendenhall, Jim Chefalo, Assistant Coach Dale Murdock. BACK 
ROW; Steven Crowell, Bruce Cox, Mike Hoch, John Baird, Bill McGinley, Tom Stewan, David Haines, Ken Lanham, John Parros, John Durham. 



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Three hours a day, seven 
days a week, the women's 
gymnastic team diligently 
worked out. Coach Nanette 
Schnaible was pleased with 
her young team and believed 
that in a few years each event 
would be a strong one. 

"Our strong areas were 
floor and beam, whereas bars 
was our weaker point," said 
Schnaible. "The equipment 
hurt us a lot. At least the girls 
were used to competition and 
were used to being judged," 
she added. 



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Women's Gymnastics Has Strong Future 







1973-1974 WOMEN'S GYMNASTIC TEAM: FRONT ROW, left to right: Mary Dickson, Lee Musselman, Sandy Mendenhall, Rosemary Torre, 
Maria Torre, Becky Bailey, Barb Shank. BACK ROW: Wendy Steim, Lavon Smith, Michele Gilson, Melcina Hunter, Karen Kennedy, Theresa Lucas, 
Joan Monahan, Coach Nanette Schnaible. NOT PICTURED: Judy Niesslein. 



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The men's gymnastic team started the season with a 
handicap, since five men were lost who had worked key 
apparatus. "The pressure was on our all-rounders for 
depth," said team manager Gene Diaz. "They were forced 
to work every event." 

"Our key was experience," Diaz continued. "Our five 
seniors knew that the chips were down, so they worked 
hard." 

In his eyes, the team had matured from last year, with 
each man doing his own part. "We have two people who 
could compete on the national level: Pete Longdon and 
Rick Hill," Diaz said. "Others have proven they could reach 
that level, but they weren't consistent." 

At the beginning of the season, the team set a hypotheti- 
cal score that they hoped to reach. They nearly did when 
they beat Pitt by a score of 149.45. 

"It was a realization for everybody," Diaz said. "We 
started with a handicap, but by the time for Southerns, we 
knew we could do it." 



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Men's Gymnastics 
Overcomes Handicap 






1973-1974 MEN'S GYMNASTICS: FRONT ROW, left to right: Jeff Smay, Captain Rick Hill, Bruce Greenwood. BACK ROW: Gene Diaz, Man- 
ager John Marksteiner, Scott Gerberling, John Sims, Harry Zarin, Pete Longdon, Rick Murray, Paul Marksteiner, Jef f Hyde. Dan Dishart, Glen Buco, 
John Neal, Coach Bill Bonsall. 



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"I'm pleased with this year's team," 
reported Coach Kevin Gilson referring to 
the 1973-1974 swim season. "The kids did 
their best and they were all up to their abil- 
ity." 

Gilson reported that the season was up 
to his expectations. "Charlie Miesner did a 
particularly good job this year and we'll be 
looking forward to having him work again 
next year," he said. 

The swimming program hoped to draw 
in some new swimmers through the antici- 
pation of the new pool. "I'm sure it will be 
an even bigger asset to our recruiting pro- 
gram once the pool is finished," Gilson 
emphasized. 




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Swim Team Fulfills Expectations 




1973-1974 SWIMMING TEAM: FRONT ROW, left to right: Geoff Young, Andy Crossan, Co-captain Pete Biffel, Coach Kevin Gilson, Co-captain 
Bob Pope, Mike Gurccka, Russ Winck. MIDDLE ROW: Assistant Coach John Law, Pat Pearman, Tom Geier,Jeff Schwarz, Dave Pentz, Bob Hamil- 
ton, Charles Miesner, Mike Leitzell, Assistant Coach Tom Stein. BACK ROW: Steve Curtis, Norman Purkey, Charles Reaor, Mark Niemiec, John 
Kane, Chuck Vlaker, Manager Kevin Mason. 



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Women's Tennis 
Nets 4-3 Record 



Last year, the tennis team was unofficial. In their 
first year as a recognized varsity team, the women 
netters gained good experience, according to Coach 
Thorne. 

"Unfortunately, we did not have much 
publicity," Thorne said. "But, I was pleased with 
the team. B'Ann True, for example, went unde- 
feated for nine straight matches." 

For the next season, Thome hoped more girls 
would turn out to play. 





1973-1974 WOMEN'S TENNIS: left to right: B'Ann True, Joan Donaghue, Dawn Botsford, Sue Babb, Debbie Delcol, Ann Cornell, Jan Stewart, 
Gail Oberholtzer, Jane Little. 



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1973-1974 RJFLE TEAM: FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom Riddle, Kevin Richards, Jim Meredith, Lee Deneke, Katy Kelly, Leonard Paul. BACK 
ROW: Kathy Powell, Manager Doug Brown, John Cole, Mark Sellaro, Maxey Brantly, Dave Schweigen, Phil Whitworth, Coach Sgt. Maj. Bobby 
Timms. 




Rifle Team Aces 
Increased Schedule 



"I was very pleased with the end results. They 
worked hard and earned everything they got," Sgt. 
Major Bobby Timms said of the members of his 
rifle team. 

In an increased schedule of 12 shoulder to shoul- 
der matches, the team managed to win $300 worth 
of trophies. One rifleman, Mark Sellaro, tied the 
national record with 2S>9 points out of a possible 
300. 

"We were ranked nationally," Timms elabo- 
rated, "and we hosted the National Rifle Associa- 
tion sectionals. I had figured on being number one 
in the nation this year, but our first team was dis- 
qualified from the sectionals." 

Timms explained the honor system in rifle com- 
petition. "There is nothing to stop the reporting of 
illegal scores, but my own team told me that there 
was a violation and I notified the referee myself. 
Our team members ought to be congratulated. The 
disqualification hurt us, but they could have stood 
back and I'd have never known," he said. 



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Track 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Walter Lenz, Tom Kocis, Karl Kulls, Richard Connolly, Ron Bell, Arthur Divens, Brent Hawkins, Bill Parker, Tray 
Henshaw, Mark Dailey, Alex Kaisch. BACK ROW: George Coppola, Stan Hoover, Ron Swantek, Chuck Gnas, Bill Roberson, Bill Illingworth, 
Doug Hoffman, Mat Fleshman, Coach Romanoski. 





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Cross Country 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Brent Hawkins, Jim Villella, Joe McPherson, Vic Medina, Kim Nutter, Richard Connelly. BACK ROW: Tom Kocis, 
Mark Dailey, Karl Kule, Doug Hoffman, Alex Kasich, Brian Johnson, Frank Murphy, Coach Romanoski. 



Golf 




KNEELING, left to right: Dave Kaiser, Robert Rombola, Dave Lester, Dave Cipoletti. STANDING: Mike Marsh, Richard Radocha, James Camella, 
Gary Johnson, Ron Carmassi, Coach Charley Hockenberry. 



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Tennis 




KNEELING, left to right: Mike Grammen, Bob Colt, Jim Booth, Eddie Parker. STANDING, left to right: Ben Moomau, 
Terry Durbin, Lionel Farr, Gary Cottrill, Sam Moore, Don Haller, Coach Stanley Parr. 



Baseball 

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FRONT ROW, left to right: Marc Palumbo, John Shipley, Steve Snyder, Mickey Kocur, Matt Comko, Dick Bums, Tim Don- 
nelly, Stan Mcx)re. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Johnson, Giles Ungvarsky, Rich Rosenbluth, Bob Beatry, John Ruzicka, Mark Cun- 
ningham, Bill Keeler, Mike Mihalik. BACK ROW: Kun Neutzling, Gary Gray, Tom Whitecotton, Brad Haines, Dan Dol- 
phin, Mike Tiberio. 



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Women's Basketball 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Suzie LeFe%er, Lynn BuckJe>-, Lisa Weiscnstdn, Sara Robcns. Cher>l Puskanch, Beth Shank, Carolyn Huffman, Cindy 
"Sam" Booth. BACK ROW: Kittie Blakemore, Coach; Diane Nolan, Trainer; Michelle Jaccar. Jo Salisbury, Pam Harper, Leslie Sergy, Celeste Knaus, 
Jo Nutter. Barbara Walker. Asst. Coach; Clarence Kimble. Equipment Custodian. 



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Recreation — Intramural Sports 




Lacrosse 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Mike Logston, Jeff Thompson, Al Winger, Jack Lindsay, Steve Burgess, Jimmy Greene, Mike Wadsworth. MIDDLE 
ROW: Gary Townsend, Danny Spears, Bill Volk, Dean Rundle, Brian Easterday, Greg Bennett, Jeff Rampon, Captain. BACK ROW: Steve Doxzon, 
Coach; Danny Helms, Bob Rumpf , Steve Wilson, Dave McNeil, Mick Healey, Ted Rand, Jimmy Quick. 



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Football 



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Maryland 


24 


Virginia Tpch 


17 


Illinois 


14 \ 


Indiana 


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Richmond 


14 


Penn State 


20 


Miami (F)a.) 


13 


Boston College 


42 


Virginia 


24 


Syracuse 



Danny Buggs — American Football Coaches 
Assn. (Kodak). All-American 1st team. UPl, AP 
and Football News All-American 2nd team. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 


22 


Virginia Tech 


7 


Maryland 


47 


Fairmont 


27 


Pitt 


7 


Potomac State 



Basketball 



Cross Country 



18 


West Uberty 58 


18 


W.Va. Track Club 101 


55 


Ball State 28 


19 


Ohio State 38 


15 


Slippery State 50 


36 


Penn State 22 


58 


W.Va. Wesleyan 38 


34 


Pitt 23 


31 


Virginia Tech 24 


26 


Syracuse 31 


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Calif. St. Invitational 


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USTFF Invitational 



Wrestling 



38 


Howard 


38 


Malone 


11 


Waynesburg 


15 


Indiana, Pa. 


38 


Frostburg 


43 


Duquesne 


14 


West Liberty 


27 


Cal. St., Pa. 


20 


Towson State 


19 


Morgan State 


3 


Pitt 


20 


Marshall 


12 


West Liberty 


3 


Slippery Rock 


14 


Fairmont 



Tennis 



MEN 




WVU 




1 
6 


High Point 8 
Elon 3 






U. of N. Carolina 9 
Wake Forest 9 


6 
9 

5 
6 
8 


UNC (Charlotte) 3 
Fairmont State 
Slippery Rock 1 
Duquesne U. 1 
Pitt 1 


3 
8 


Ohio University 6 
Indiana 1 


1 
7 
9 
7 



Virginia Tech 8 
Morris Harvey 2 
Marshall U. 
West Liberty 2 
Penn State 9 


WOMEN 




2 


Fairmont 3 


3 
2 
1 
5 


Marshall 1 
West Liberty 3 
West Uberty 4 
Calif. St., Pa. 


5 


Calif. St., Pa. 
State Tournament 



B'Ann True — Undefeated 



Baseball 



82 


Pitt 


78 


74 


Wake Forest 


86 


76 


California 


74 


78 


Oregon State 


74 


62 


Wisconsin 


69 


79 


Washington 


96 


80 


Texas 


79 


83 


Brigham Young 


85 


71, 


George Washington 


74 


55 .. 


Penn State 


71 


80 


Virginia Tech 


82 


74 


Davidson 


77 


79 : 


Richmond 


76 


64 


George Washington 


"56 


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73 


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94 


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83 


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84 


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1418 


Indiana, Pa. 


1418 


Pitt 


2793 


E. Kentucky 


2837 


E. Tennessee St 


2812 


Ohio State 


2815 


Penn State 


1406 


Villanova 


2820 


Army 


2820 


Air Force 


5743 


Pitt 


2830 


Navy 


2830 


VMI 


Xavier Invitational 



Kentucky Invitational 
1st: : . 
Seaionals 

Jim Meiedith — 1st team All-American 
, Phil Whitworth — 2nd team All-American 
Mark Sellaro — tied nat'l lecord 
(299 of possible 300) 



South Carohna 


5 


Charleston Baptist 


6 


Charleston Baptist 


3 


Francis Marion 


10 


The Citadel 


8 


The Citadel 


1 


Marietta 





Marietta 


3 


Waynesburg 


4 


Waynesburg 


2 


Cal. State, Pa. 


4 


Cal. State, Pa. 


6 


West Uberty 





Fairmont 


7 


Slippery Rock 


8 


Slippery Rock 


2 


Pitt 


7 


Buffalo State 


6 


Buffalo State 


3 


Maryland 


8 


Gettysburg 


2 


Gettysburg 


4 


Pitt 





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12 



Scores 



Basketball 



Gymnastics 



Golf 



WOMEN'S 
WVU 

I West Liberty 

) Pitt 

3 Morris Harvey 

1 Marshill 

( Salem 

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37 Silem 

53 Fairmont State 

! West Uberty 

I Fairmont 
State Toumament — 4th place 



142 Frosiburg 9 

138.30 Syracuse 15 

13595 Old Dominion IC 

142.75 Towson State IC 

138.47 William & Mary 9 

137.30 Gncinnati 13 

137.30 Miami, Ohio 8 

139.70 Slippery Rock 14 

149.45 Pitt 13 

128 Brockpon S 

128 Buffalo t 
SIGL Championships — Pete Longdon 
3rd in Still Rings 
Nationals — Pete Longdon 
Most Valuable Gymnast — Pete Longdon 



383 


George Washington 


410 


496 


West Uberty 


505 


568 


Ohio University 


552 


388 


Virginia Tech 


371 


388 


Pitt 


425 


390 


Indiana 


392 


390 


Waynesburg 


434 


397 


Frostburg 


440 


474 


Slippery Rock 


504 


474 


West Liberty 


504 


474 


Ohio University 


477 


385 


Penn State 


377 



Marshall U. Toum — 10th 



Soccer 



WOMEN 
81.96 
69.70 
69.70 



Pitt 

Frostburg 
Fairmont State 
Fairmont State 
Fairmont State 
Slippery Rock 



7 Towson St. 

5 Baltimore 

1 Quincy, 111. 

1 St. Louis 
12 St. Francis 

3 Penn State 

2 Pitt 

6 Frostburg 

6 George Washington 

1 Alderson-Bioaddus 

1 Cleveland State 

1 Fla. International 

4 Akron 

2 ViUanova 
1 So. Florida 

Joe Okhakhu — 1st team All-South 

Hon. Men. All-Amcrican 

Manny Matos — 1st team All-South 

Hon. Men. All-American 

Jack Cardoso — 1st team All-South 

Hon. Men. All-American 



Lacrosse 



WVU 




5 


Ohio State 


13 


Miami, Ohio 


7 


Pitt 


9 


Marietta 


16 


Pitt 


6 


Frostburg 


19 


Allegheny 


12 


Miami, Ohio 


13 


Bethany 



Swimming 



WVU 



45 Virginia 

W. Va. Wesleyan 
Otholic U. 
Fairmont State 
1 Navy 

.1 Maryland 

21 Pitt 

37 Penn Sate 

Penn State Relays — 13th 



Track 



INDOOR 
Pitt Invitanonal 

1st Mile Relay 3:18.9 
(Buggs, Blake, Burke, Hoffman) 
1st 50 Yd. Dash 5.4 Owens 
1st 50 Yd. HH 6.2 Burke 
Delaware Invitational 
1st Mile Relay 

(Buggs, Burke, Blake, Hoffman) 
1st 440 Yd. Dash — Buggs 
1st 60 Yd. Dash — Owens 
WVU 

59 Slippery Rock 

59 Lock Haven 

46 Ohio State 
46 Miami, Ohio 

Ohio State Relays — 4 1st place 

(USTFF) 
Duuiy Buggs (2nd in IC4A 440) 
all-East indoor track team 
Mark Burke (2nd in IC4A 60 HH) 
all-East track team 
OUTDOOR 

Fairmont St. Relays 6 1st places 
Georgetown Relays 3 1st places 
Mountaineer Relays 6 1st places 
WVU 

76M Slippery Rock 
76J4 FairmontState 



the Meeting Will Now 
Come To Order . . . 



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Orchesis 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Cindi Bissct, Sueann Findo, Tresa Gorman, Sue Halstead, Ellen Meadows, Beth Kormendi, Karen Steenson, Ann Nau, 
Becky Bailey, Cecelia Underwood. BACK ROW: Judy Taylor, Cindi Stillings, Bill Kelly, Suzanne Meadows, Joy Lombardi, Jay Jenkin, Mary Beth 
Mandich, Mary Cole Horton, Jerry Hosey, Patty Guido, Jane Bone. 





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Dolphins 






FRONT ROW, left to right: Dcedy Strickler, Michele Latagliata, Kathy Kempcl — president, Sandy Allbaugh — treasurer, Jana Powell, Addie 
McDaniel, Sally Boyle. SECOND ROW: Lynn Blaszczyk, Carol Heeney, Donna Nelson, Cindi Dietz, Donna Lipke, Susie Eisaman, Judy Buster. 
BACK ROW: Paige Comwell, Patty Barnes, Jane Ketchum — secretary, Kathy Lynn, Karin McCarty, Cindy Griffith, Ella Claudio, Marilyn Bowers 
— advisor. 



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Angel Flight 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Diane Griffin, Peggy Morris, Debbie Jones, Suzanne Clock, Karen Emery. BACK ROW: Karen Crivella, Cindy Weg- 
ley, Annette Podratsky, Sharon McConnell, Barb Catano, Christine Jones, Carol Henry, Rosemary Ellsworth, Georgette Gresko, Gail Bahm, Mary 
Virginia Hatcher. NOT PICTURED: Connie Adam, Diane Briars, Linda Hatcher, Shelia Pulice, Debbie Ray, Connie Johnson, Janet Wilson, Teressa 
McBee, Dindy Mclmige, Karen Showmaker, Linda Kessinger. 



228 



Arnold Air Society 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Gary Swisher, Carlos Garcia, Virginia dayman, Charles Myers, Bruce Jarrett, Daniel Hobbs, Major Ralph Hunt. BACK 
ROW: Bruce Teagarden, Roben Smith, Peter Pandolf , Steve Stover, William Waite, Patrick Thomhill, Carolyn Bclton, Clair Auman, Dennis Surber. 



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Student National Medical Association 



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STANDING, left to right: Ronald Dalton, John King, Edgar Canada, Ray Henderson, Paul Clausell. 



Senior Nursing Class 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Jaye Caver, Kris Kisselovich, Vicky Rummage, Molly Doer, Sue Edwards, Kay Brown, Eileen Gurecka, Peggy Gavlas, 
Vicky Bonasso, Norma Dobson — advisor, Yvonne Snyder, Pat Wise. SECOND ROW: Lisa Tenney, Alice Hawkins, Laura Williams, Linda Tygert, 
Cindy Wegley, Nancy Schnell — advisor. Norma Heard, Lisa Vidovich, Jeanette Linaberg, Marty Bailey, Karen Kranz, Connie Coleman, Patty Luster, 
Sherry Henline. BACK ROW: Barb Hall, Kathi Smith, Charlotte Nicholson, Eva Warco, Sandy Reilly, Ann Failing, Gayle Abram, Sue Bakas, Sharon 
Rogerson, Mary Frances Schmidt, Carolyn Shepherd, Kathy Estep, Peggy Lynch, Teddi Jo Hill, Teresa Hill, Louise Douglas, Sue Malone, Sandy Rob- 
inson, Virginia McColm, Amy Wolfe, Gayle Boisture, Louanne Porach, Nancy Paine. 



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Rho Chi 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Darrell Friel, Ann Marie Kelly, Janice Niehaus, Randi Robinson. SECOND ROW: Michael Cunningham, Michael 
Davis, Given Showaltcr, Cheryl Faux, Fae Teter, Michele Vigneault. THIRD ROW: Monica Tonkovitch, Susan Conn, Kathryn Hume, Craig Abolin, 
William Cernuska. BACK ROW: Donna DeCarlo, Marshall Kanh, Steven Shrewsbury, Robert Dunbar, John Harcharic. 



Lambda Kappa Sigma 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Jamie Rossano, Anne Marie Kelly, Michele Vigneault, Joanne Weingartner, Libby Steele, Emily Cooper, Susan Paers. 
SECOND ROW: Sandy Turner, May me Barbery, Margey Brosh, Mindy Crawford, Linda Wills, Audrey Chameli, Paula Bsharah, Fae Teter. BACK 
ROW: Jan Niehaus, Randi Robinson, Monica Tonkovich, Dianne Ringer, Susan Conn, Kathy Hume, Cheryl Faux, Janet Hammack. 



231 



Forum Festival Committee 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Carolyn Arata, Andrea Rinker, Mike Sellers, Guest Speaker Christine Jorgensen, Toni Kasmoch, Kathy Rose, Jane Ann 
Hammett. BACK ROW: Jim Turner, Dave Tyson, Tim Curry, Rose Vargo, Gary Brooks, Viki Butyok, Alex Baber, Chairman Jim Cochran, Mike 
Harbin, Terry Wilson. 



Homecoming Committee 




SITTING IN FRONT, left to right: Susie Morton — chairperson, Cindy Zcch, Bill Biddington. SECOND ROW, STANDING: Pam Roberts, Jane 
Roller, Judy Lee. Bill Harry, Mike Victorson. IN CAR: Kathy Carr, Kathy Eichelberger, Adele Watson. NOT PICTURED: Donna Hutton, Jerry 
Hoscy. 



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Towers Residence Council 




SEATED, left to right: Sam Freese, Barbara Nist, Kathy Stone, Steve Starky, Kathy Giesla — vice-president, Ann Gather — secretary. STANDING: 
Tom Shriver, Gary Tracs, Doug McGuigan — president, Glen Cook, Ann Shaughnessy, Kathy Harris. 



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Chimes 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Susie McCartney, Andrea Rinker, Kathy Spcraw, Mary Beth Nuzum, B'Ann True, Jo Anne Ach. MIDDLE ROW: Ms. 
Betty Miller, Advisor, Denise Koppelman, Frankie McCabc, Joyce Callen, Beth Smith, Barb Tischler, Cathy Riggs, Laurie Frassinelli, Cathy Lef fel, 
Robin Vensbles, Kathy Kempel, President Rose Cannarella. BACK ROW: Barb Sandbach, Carolyn Arata, Susie Morton, Cathy Mams, Ruth Keller. 



Mortar Board 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Anne Swanson, Carol Manin, Chris Luchok, Karen Shinn, Kathy Hume, Sharon Hayes, Marilyn Casto, Shannon Ben- 
nett. BACK ROW: Sharon Golden, Mary Jo Ponerfield, Taunja Willis, Barbara Foster, Patti Ambrose, Debbie Ray, Liz Taylor. 



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Mountain 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Mark Lothes, Mike Buchanon, Ralph Hayes, Alan Woodford, Mac Ronning, Paul Taylor, Jon Reed. BACK ROW: 
John Harcharic, Mark Catlett, Stu Wolpcrt, Dan Larcamp, Bill Richardson, Tom Csensitz, Alan Vanatter, Steve Thompson, John Wcwton, Mike 
Ferrell, Ned Rose, Jim Lees, Jay Hart, Audley Wolfe, Rod Frye, Chip Zimmer, Nick Herrick, Mark Doak, Gary Marand. 



Mu Phi Epsilon 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Mary Theresa Lockard, Jane Quick, Kathy Bonar, Karen A. Shaffron, Debbie Kelley, Maryrita Farinelli. SECOND 
ROW: Ann Harvey, Cindy Bucci, Betty Pepe, Nancy Schroth, Judy Heaps, Adria Ripka. THIRD ROW: Emily Hupp, Jeannie Lake, Lory Michalka, 
Candee Gulick, Cathy Carpenter, Natalie Rothermel, Debbie Marko, Vaughnette Rice. BACK ROW: Miss Frances Yeend, Becky Burger, Cathy 
Long, Sue Thompson, Kathy Snyder, Kathy Lancaster, Mrs. Charles Krusenstjema. 



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Medical Technology Honorary 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Debbie Shingleton, Janet Campbell, Cory Jordan, Cindy Collins, Barbara Murray, Eva Mich, Rose Cannarella, unidenti- 
fied, Ruth King, Linda Keller. MIDDLE ROW: unidentified, Joyce May, Dallas Martin, Cathy Rose, Cheryl Davis, Jenny Strother, B'Ann True, 
unidentified, unidentified, Debbie Justice. LAST BACK ROW: unidentified, Suzanne Smith, Mary Beth Bays, Martha Scott, Sharon Myers, Joyce 
Judy, Phil Campbell, Mike Epifano, Barbara Shalan, Chris Morgan, Jane Caledine, Pam Smeal, Ramar Mull. 



Li Toon Awa 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Anita Walker, Marcia Frashure, Ellen Muir, Becky Havanski, Manha Chadwick. 
BACK ROW: Barbara Palumbo, Suzanne Pritts, Catherine Rose, Barbara Cochran, Lettie Floyd. NOT PICTURED: 
Lea Anderson, Ginny Bigham, Patty Branch, Patty Chambers, Sue Cogar, Diane Cordes, Regina Di Martino, Melanie 
Harter, Ginny High, Jennifer Kendall, Karen Kennedy, Linda Lofton, Mary Beth Mandich, Ann Randall, Beverly 
Rush. 



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Daily 





Editor-in-chief Grant Bubscy 



Managing Editor Colee Twigg 





Business Manager Phil Wilson 



Managing Editor Scott Widmeyer 



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Athenaeum 





News Editor Max Nagel 



Produaion 








Produaion Foreman Tom Drummond 



Sports Editor Pat Hanna 



239 



Monticola Staff 




Coeditors-in-chief Judy Lee and Carolyn Arata 




Business Manager Vince Tucceri, Secretary Nedra Fleming, Business Assistant Steve Woodard. 



240 




Senior Editor Cindy Collins. NOT PICTURED: Sandy HcUe. 




Administration Editor Janet Boyle, Organization Assistant Bob Baker. NOT PICTURED: Stephanie Yanero. 



241 




Greek Editors Sam Winans and Liz Taylor. NOT PICTURED: 
Michael Spangler, Copy Reader; Frank Vesci, Assistant. 



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Photographer Bob Gay 




Photographer Gery Jalcub 



243 




Sports Editor Lu Maize 




Royalty Editor Emmy Daugherty and Staff Anist Mary Lou Herington 



244 




Spons Staff, left to right: Lu Maize, Lynn Gardner, Sue Smith. 




Organization Editor Carrie Newton 



245 



WVU Marching 






246 



Band 






1 







247 



Students Organize 





248 



for Serious Causes . . . 





249 




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251 



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What Makes This Place 
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Campus Has 'Quiet Start' 



The atmosphere of campuses varies 
over the years with trends in educa- 
tional methods, fashions and political 
issues continuously changing. The 
fact that a university administration 
remains a constant part of the univer- 
sity structure often enables it to gauge 
these passing campus atmospheres. 

President Harlow described the 
beginning of the 1973 school year as 
the "quietest start" since he has been 
president. Students today, he felt, were 
much more concerned with educa- 
tional problems than they had been in 
the past few years. "There were not 
very many ready-made causes on cam- 
pus this year," Harlow explained. 




West Virginia University President James G. Harlow 




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Harry B. Heflin, Vice-President of Administration and Finance 




Jay Banon III, Provost for Instructim 



262 





Ralph E. Nelson, Provost for Off Campus Education 



Charles E. Andrews, Provost for Health Services 




Raymond M. Haas, Provost for Planning 



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Ray Koppleman 
Provost for Research and Graduate Studies 





Joseph C. Gluck 
Dean, SES 



Gordon R. Thorn 
Associate Dean, SES 



264 





A. Betty Boyd 
Associate Dean, SES 



Roben F. McWhorter 
Associate Dean, SES 



265 





William H. McMillion, Comptroller 



John D. Brisbane 
Director of Admissions and Records 




Leland E. Byrd, Director of Athktia 



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Ruth E. Robinson, Director, WVU Bookstore 



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James F. Carruth, Dimtor of Counseling Service 




Donovan H. Bond, Director, Development Office 



268 




Neil E. Bolyard, Director of Student Financial Aids 




Barbara Alvis, Director of Foreign Student Coordination 



269 




Roben F. Munn 
Director of Libraries 




Edwin W. Reynolds 
Director of Mountairtlair 




M. Q)melia Ladwig, Director of Placement Service 



270 




Harry W. Ernst 
Director, Univenity Relations 





William H. Micrnyk 
Director, Regional Research Institute 



David Jacobs 
Executive Secretary, Alumni Association 



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Vergil B. Clark, Director of Physical Plant 




James C. Reed, Director of Purchasing and Inventory 



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Thomas Serpen to, Director of Personnel 

Salaries, Parking, Renovation 
Part of Administrative Concern 



Representative of the 1973-1974 school year was the 
effort to upgrade those troubles the administration had 
been facing for the past few years. President Harlow, for 
example, reported that the administration was "finally get- 
ting to keep salaries moving up." Obtaining faculty office 
space and handling both traffic problems and the continu- 
ous pressures on parking were overriding administrative 
concerns. 

The renovation of older structures will get the most 
administrative attention in in the coming years. "The big- 
gest capital improvement in the next ten years will take 
place on the downtown campus," Harlow explained. The 
inside of Martin Hall and the outside of Woodburn Hall 
marked the beginnings of this improvement drive. 



Eugene Staples, Director, University Hospital 



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Circus Launches 
Homecoming '73 






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Hot RcxJ Hundley speaks during Homecoming. 




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Mountaineer Week Features Craft Show 






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Susie Morton wins Best Dressed Mountaineer contest. 




Best Dressed Mountaineer contest highlights Mountaineer Week events. 



279 




Hypnotist entertains WVU audience. 





Fred Barrows rehearses scene from Company. 



J. Geils Band 



280 




Arnold Miller, United Mine Workers 




Twelfth Night 



281 




Jane Fonda talks of peace campaign. 




Twelfth Night 



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J. Geils Band 



Tanis Roach rehearses scene from Company. 



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Twelfth Night 



Keen Kimmel & Co. 



284 




Doc Watson and son Merle 




Frank Mankiewicz talks on Watergate. 



285 




Christine Jorgensen talks about sex transformation. 




286 




Richie Havens 





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Twelfth Night 



Twelfth Night 



287 




William Rucldeshaus speaks on Watergate. 





Dutchess of Malf i 



Dutchess of Malf i 



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Bob Guccione speaks on pornography. 




Nitry Gritty Din Band 



289 



The New Birth Concert 




290 





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International Fair 






292 






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Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph A. Abraham 

Mrs. Mildred Abrams 

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Alban, Jr. 

Mrs. Lester B. Alexander 

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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allbaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Altman 

Paul P. Ambrose 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl I. Amend 

Jess Amicic 

Arthur Anderson 

Paul B. Anthony 

Dr. P. E. Antonucci 

Sylvia Ansell 

Mr. and Mrs. George Arata 

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Arban 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arnold 

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Aschenbrenner 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Ashby, Sr. 

Bernard Askin 

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John B. Baird 

Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bakas 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Elwood Ball 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert R. Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris S. Ballard 

Mr. and Mrs. John Barath 

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Barcic 



Mr. and Mrs. Dorris S. Barker 

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William O. Barnard 

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Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Barnett 

Mrs. Patricia Bartlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Basil, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Beal 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Bell 

Miller Bellich 

Mr. and Mrs. Emeric Bennett 

John C. Bennett 

Dr. Henry M. Berardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. "Tom" Berry 

Irene R. Besaha 

Mrs. Joseph E. Bickel, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Billetz 

Ted R. Binkoski, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bioux 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bissett 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Black 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Block 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blum 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Boden 

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bohin 

Clair N. Bomberger 

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bonnice 

Donald Gene Book 

Edward G. Bosiak 



Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bowden 

Ernest H. Bowling 

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Mr. and Mrs. Don Boylan 

Harold Boyles Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Boysen 

Mr. and Mrs. John Bracalilly 

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bracewell 

Arthur D. Bradford 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. John Brezinsky 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bridner 

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon R. Brinker 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Britton 

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester J. Brietic 

Mrs. Madelon Broadwater 

Mr. and Mrs. James V. Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Broschart 

Dr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Brown, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown 

Kenneth G. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown 

Walter F. Brutico 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bucci 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Buclcley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burke 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward M. Burkhaidt 



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Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Burleigh 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. George Byham 

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Calabro 

Mrs. John S. Callaway 

Mrs. Lillian E. Callihan 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Callison 

Mr. and Mrs. James Camella 

Dr. and Mrs. Ennil Capi+o 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Capl+o 

Ru+h C. Capron 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Carpenter 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carrithers 

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan P. Carter III 

Mr. and Mrs. Noah E. Carver 

A! and Fran Castagnacci 

Jack L. Casto 

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cattabiani 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cattano 

C. R. Cattrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chanowich 

Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Chapman 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chidester 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale D. Chipps, Sr. 

Mrs. Virginia Chock 

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lee Church 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Cialli 

Mrs. Julia G. Clarrocchi 

P. P. Cipoletti, Sr. 

Billy K.Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Clay 

Mr. W.J.Clay 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Claypool 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Clendenin 

Raymond G. Clifford 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Cline 

Lester L. Cline 

Theima E. Cogar 

Attorney and Mrs. David E. Cohen 

Albert William Cole 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Comer 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Conley 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Conley 

Mr. and Mrs. Lazaros Contoveros 

Mrs. Walter E. Cook 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Davis Coombs 

George U. Coon, Jr. 

Allen V. Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Corder 

Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Cornell 

Robert L. Cornwell 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Cosgray 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cotter 

H. Nelson Crooks 

Donald E. Cunningham M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Curtis 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Cowgill 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crawford 

Mr. and Mrs. George Creel 

Mr. Robert H. Cropp 

E. Lee Cross 

Thomas A. Czernek 

Mr. and Mrs. William Dahlen 

Mr. and Mrs. Sinibaldo Daniele 

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Danley 

Albert D. Daugherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Daugherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Davis 

Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Davis 

Maynard J. Davis 

Margaret Dean 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. DeBolt 

Mr. and Mrs. Fortunato DeCaria 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeCarlo 



Mr. and Mrs. James T. DeGarmo, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vance Dei Cas 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. Demasi 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Derda 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Derry 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeSalle 

Mary C. Dessimoz 

E. J. DeVincent 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Worth 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Diaz 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Dillner 

Mr. and Mrs. Bacil Dickert 

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DiGiovine 

Mr. and Mrs. Urban Dishart, Jr. 

James R. Divins 

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dohrman 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Domenici 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Donner 

Melvin and Julia Dooley 

Mrs. Marjorie Dorn 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Doroshenko 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dorula 




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Beulah S. Do+son 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Douglass 

Dr. V. P. Dross 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Drury 

J. Walter Dudrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dumire 

Mrs. Ear! Dunkerly 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunning 

Mr. and Mrs. John Eakin 

Mr. and Mrs. Clair Eas+ep 

Mr. and Mrs. Pe+er Edwards, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ehemann 

Dr. and Mrs. William Ehrgott 

Mr. and Mrs. William Elkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elling 

Glenn H. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ellsworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Elmore 

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Emery 

John D. Erb 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eschrich 

Mrs. Arlena Esposito 

Mr. and Mrs. Vito Esposito 

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. K. Everett 

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Evers 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eye 

Mr. and Mrs. William Taft Ezelle 

Mr. and Mrs. James Faber 

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Falascino 

Mrs. Earl Fankhauser 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fantino 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farinelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Faris 

Paul Farley 

Mrs. Bettie Farrell 

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Farson 

Mahlon L. Fauss 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fawcett 

Corey M. Fehr 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Felice 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fenton 

P. C. Ferrell 

Dr. Robert Ferrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Fertig 

Mr. and Mrs. Regis Fey 

L. A. Field, Jr. 

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Mrs. Evelyn Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Flensborg 

Clarence Flesher 

Audrey Fletcher 

Mr. and Mrs. Humes Flynn 

Paul Folkenroth 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Forman 

Mr. and Mrs. William Foster 

C. J. Fot 

Mr. and Mrs. Sriff Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fram 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Francis 

Mrs. Robert Franklin 

Mr. and Mrs. John Frazier 



Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freese 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Freudenrich 

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Friar 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friddle 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Friedlander 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye, Sr. 

Mrs. Howard Fulks 

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gage, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gaio 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gallatin 

Mr. and Mrs. Guido Galli 

Walter Galloway 

Mr. and Mrs. A. William Gaston 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gatson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gavarkavich 

Frank J. Gavlas M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. George Gayman 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis George 

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin F. Gernert 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gerwig 

Mr. and Mrs. John Geso 

Mr. and Mrs. George Gill 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gillespie 

Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Gilson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Giuliani 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gladwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glassburn 

Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Glover 

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gluchoski 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gnas, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Godsey 




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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Soodson 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Goss 

Mr. and Mrs. James Gould 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Graebe 

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Grands 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gray, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Grbac 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Greathouse 

Victor N. Green 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Griffin 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffin 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grigas 

Mr. and Mrs. Okey Groves, Jr. 

Mrs.A.V. Hagy 

Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Hale 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin N. Hall, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall 

Mrs. Edwin Haller, Jr. 

James H. Halstead 

Mr. and Mrs. James Hamman 



Mr. and Mrs. John Hammett 

William C. Hammett 

Martha Hammond 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammond 

Dr. and Mrs. R. Edward Hamrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hankins 

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hardin 

Mr. and Mrs. David Harmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harmison 

Mr. and Mrs. Corlis Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison 

S. C. Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haught 

Mr. and Mrs. James Havern 

W. Fred Haught 

Paul Havrilesky 

Mrs. Earl L. Hawkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hawkins 

Norma D. Hay 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Olan R. Haynes 

Joseph A. Hays, Sr. 



Mrs. Corrine Heard 

Mr. and Mrs. Fay E. Heavner 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heckel 

Mr.andMrs.W.J. Heider 

James A. Helle 

Paul Henderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hendricks 

Mr. and Mrs. James Henry 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Herington 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Herold 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Herring 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Carl Hershfeld 

Mr.andMrs.C. D.Hill 

Clifford Merrell Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hill 

AlfredS.andMary F.Hill 

Mr.andMrs. F.P.Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hinzman 

Allan and Sue Holland 

Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Holland 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holshey 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hook 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Horton, Jr. 

Mrs. Janet W. Horton 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Horton 

Dorothy Hosey 

Clay and Hester Houchin 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Howell 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Howes 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hudachek 

Carl and Mary Hug 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Hull 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Lisle Hulver 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hunti 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hurd 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hutson 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutton 

Mrs. Marion Hynes 

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Insana 

Mr. and Mrs. Ola James, Jr. 

E. T.Jarrett 

D. and Betty Jarvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Jervis 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Jebbia 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Jefferson 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Jewell 

Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Jochynek 

Mrs. Robert G. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hohnson 

Mrs. Robert W. Johnson 

Theodore T. Jonczak 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Joseph 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Josephsen 



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C. Paul Justice 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kabanek 

Jasper Kalo 

Max L. Kammer 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Keilholtz 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Keller 

Justin and Anna Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Keller 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Kelley 

George P. Kelminsky 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kempel 

Melvin Kendle, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kendralla 

Dr. and Mrs. Carl Lee Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Raymond Kennedy 

Mrs. Nancy Kent 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kern 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Kern, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Kerns 

Mrs. Fred L. Kesner 

Opal T. Ketchum 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlin Kidwell 

Maudie Kincaid 

David C. King 

Charles and Elaine King 

Vincent and Blanche Kirchner 

Mrs. Ora Lee Kirk 

Mr. and Mrs. Valentino Gadler 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Klueber 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knaus 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Knott 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knotts, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kolff 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kozup 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krall 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kueser 

Dr. and Mrs. Dominic A. Kudja 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kulazenka 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kullna 

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lamp 

Andy and Beth Landis 

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Langfitt 

Conrad P. Larew 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lasch 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Laughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Legg 

Betty M. Leighty 

Harry L. Lentchner 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leventry 

Dr. and Mrs. David S. Lewis 

H. C. Lewis, Jr. 

Raymond E. LIberatI 

Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. Llebig 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Linger 




Dr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Linger 
Mr. and Mrs. Homer O. Linnert 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Liplnski 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Loflin 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Long 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lonker 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lorenze, Sr. 
Mrs. Geraldine S. Lott 
Malcolm B. Louden 
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Lunger 
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan H. Lyons 
Mr. Patsy Macalusu 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Madeja 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Magdy 
Arthur M. Maher family 
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mahone 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malnella 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Maksemetz 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maloy 



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mangold 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manley 

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey W. Mann 

Mrs. Homer C. Marks 

Dr. and Mrs. Everett Marcum 

Mr. John G. Marinacci 

Mr. and Mrs. George Markus 

Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Martin 

R. M. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Martin 

Mrs. Richard Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. George Martin 

Mrs. Thomas Martin 

Robert Martini 

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Martino 

Mr. and Mrs. John Martys 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Masci 

James C. Matthews 



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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mat+ingly 

F. P. Mauser 

Judge Robert- Maxwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mayhew 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Maynor, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayo 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mayo 

Mr. and Mrs. Silveo A. Mazzella 

Robert P. Meador 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Medina 

Robert W.Mendenhall 

Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. Deuel 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfonse V. Meredith 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Metiner 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Elmer Meyers 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mihalic 

Eloise Tyree Milam 

E. S. Miller 

Myers L. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Miller 



Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller 

Mrs. Louise Miller 

William M. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Minder 

John H. Minor 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Moats 

Mr. and Mrs. Mason Moats 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Molosky 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Mon 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Monarchy 

Philip W.Mongell 

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Montgomery 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody 

E. N. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. William Moore 

David Morgan, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. George Morningstar 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Morris 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Morton 




Ray D. Mossgrove 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mullins, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Hoy R. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert R. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muscatello 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Musco 

Mrs. Martha Musselman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McAllister 

Mrs. Doris McAtee 

Mr. and Mrs. William McBride 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCartney 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. McClain 

Ellis Lee McClung 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. McCluskey 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McConnell 

Mrs. J. K. McCoy 

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McEvoy 

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McFadden 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFarland 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. McGinnis 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. McGrail 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. McGuigan 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinney 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. McNelly 

Mrs. Paul McQuain 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard McRoberts 

D. R. McWreath 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick S. Nash 

Robert Nau 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Nesbitt 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nester 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Neutiling 

Kenneth C. Newcomb 

Mr. and Mrs. John Newton 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nichols 

Mr. Richard Nichols 

Mr. and Mrs. Omer W. Nichols 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Nicholson 

Judge and Mrs. Raymond R. Niemer 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Noble 

Carl Norberg 

Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Northrop, Sr. 

Mrs. Eleanore Novak 

Dr. and Mrs. Fred L. Nungesser 

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nutter 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Brien 

A. Stanley Ordecki 

William S. Ostroski 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Owen 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Padon 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paiumbo 

Vasant Madhavrao Pandav 



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Mr. and Mrs. E. Panicco 

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Panos 

Mr. and Mrs. Jannes E. Pappajohn 

Jordan C. Pappas 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parker, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Paskovitch 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Pasquarelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Paul 

Leonard L. Paul 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pavlick 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paxton 

Susan R. Pearce 

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pearman 

Harold Pence 

Dr. and Mrs. James Perkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Bern Perkins 

Leonard H. Perroots, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petri, Sr. 

Robert E. Phelan 

Mr. and Mrs. Jannes Cantrell 

Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pichora 

Mr. and Mrs. John Piekut 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pietro 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Pijawka 

Mrs. E. Pinelli 

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pinkerton 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Lloyd Piper 

Mrs. Thelma J. Piper 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Plasha 



John and Olga Plavko 

Forest and Maxine Plum 

Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Pogue 

Rodney Poindexter 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Poland 

Mr. and Mrs. John Polansky 

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Policastro 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pollart 

Mr. and Mrs. Claudio Pollice 

Paul and Joan Porter 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Porti 

Mr. and Mrs. William Posey 

Wood row A. Potesta 

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pownall 

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Price 

George and Marion Price 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Price 

Mr. and Mrs. Roman Preiioso, Sr. 

Mrs. Alice Rock Priester 

E. K. Pritchard 

Clarence G. Pritts 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominic V. Pryor 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Puckhaber 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Quagliotti, Sr. 

Frank S. Radocha 

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Raines, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Ralston 

Mrs. Doris Ramsey 

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ranneberger 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen 

Ishmell Rathmell 



Mr. and Mrs. James Ray 

Mrs. Marjorie Rayl 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rebovich 

Barclay R. Redman 

Mrs. Carlene Reese 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reeser 

Edward Reiff 

Frank D. Reitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Retort 

Mrs. Mary Rexroad 

Mr. William F. Rexrode 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rheam 

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rhodes 

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richards 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Richardson 

Major and Mrs. George Rider 

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. "Dick" Rieman 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Riggs 

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Righter, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bill Ritenour 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts 

James H. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Roberto 

Mrs. Daivd Robinson 

George R. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Robinson 



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Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Aoierico Rodighiero 
Mr. and Mrs. Jannes Ramano 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Romino 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rosenberger 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenberry 
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rosenblatt 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth 
Mrs. Sherry Roth 
Richard B. and Janice Roush 
Paul R. Rowand 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Ruddle 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruddle 
William and France Rudolph 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Ruffner 
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Rupp 
Mr. and Mrs. Okey Ryan, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sabo 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Safety 



Mr. and Mrs. George Samus 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Sanabor 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Saracco 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sas 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sattertield 

Mr. and Mrs. James Scaringe 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scarlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Schiffbauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schindel, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schneider 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Schoenholtz 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schollaert 

Mrs. Sophia Schultie 

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Schumacher 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schurga 

Mrs. Shirley T. Schwan 

Jerome S. Schweicicert 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Scroggins 

Helen and Henry Seeba 

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Seibel 



Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Seminary 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Semk 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Settle 

Andrew and Trent Shaffron 

Mr. and Mrs. Alton S. Shahan, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ervin C. Shamblin 

Blanche Shareck 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Sharretts 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Shelly 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Shingleton 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shipley 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Shiry 

Glendora L. Shockley 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. Short 

Mr. and Mrs. Perry S. Shrewsbury 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shuler 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Shull 

George W. Sickles 

Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Sidow 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill T. Simmons 





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Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur T. Simon 

Charles and Nancy SinDS 

John B. Sims 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Sims 

Charles J. Sites, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Six 

William S. Skelly 

Zelida and Bill Slawson 

W. H. Slater 

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Smith, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Smith, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Eason 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Smith 

Joseph A. Smith, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith 

Mrs. Mildred M. Bruce 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Perry DeBord 

Dale L Sole 

Mr. and Mrs. Nick C. Solomon 

Mrs. M. E. Somers 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Somerville 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Soroka 

Mr. and Mrs. Big-un Spangler 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sparacino 

Homer and Fern Speaker 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. M. Spears 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Spence 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Spencer 



Hugh Spencer 

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Sperry 

Robert Spies 

Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Stadtmueller 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stamm 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanley 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stealey 

John D. Steele 

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stein 

Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Stephens 

Mr. and Mrs. Allyn B. Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Stewart 

Guy Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. John Stopiak, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maiden D. Stout 

Mrs. Glenda C. Stuart 

William H. Stuckeman 

Virginia Stump 

James A. Stump, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Suchko 

Mrs. Charles V. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sulzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Sunderland 

Mike Sutyak 

Vera and Raymond Swadley 

Willard D. Swogger 

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Swanson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Swinehart 

Mr. and Mrs. John Szluka 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Talbott 

Ltc. and Mrs. Clyde J. Tate 



Mrs. Wilma J. Taub 

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor 

Mary C. Madia 

Robert K. Thacker 

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas 

Mrs. E. A. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thornton 

Tony Tiano 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie W. Tigert 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tokarz 

Mr. and Mrs. John Tolbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tomosick 

Dr. and Mrs. C. Vincent Townsend 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Troia 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. True 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ernest Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tucceri 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tyson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Tyson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Underhill 

Golden Underwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Unger 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ungvarsky 

Edna V. Upton 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Urso 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. William F. Usher 

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Vanatter 

Mr. and Mrs. French VanDevander 

Edward E. VanGilder 






Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughan 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Veneables 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Vespa 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Vici+es 

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Vickery 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Viscon+i 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Visotcky 

Fritz and Fran Vogt 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Milton Volk 

Mr. and Mrs. George Volosin 

Dorothy Voipe 

Mrs. J. A. Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Walls 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Walls 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Walters 

Mr. andMrs.WillardWard 

Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Lacy E. Warden 

Faye E. Waters 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Watkins 

Peyton and Novella C. Watkins 

Okey K. Watkins 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Hays Webb 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Webster 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wells 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert West 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L White 
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley White 
Mr.andMrs. Edward White 
Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitlatch 
John A. Whitlock 
Mr. andMrs. BradWhitlock 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilburn 
Mr. and Mrs. David Wijcher 
Mr. and Mrs. Basil K. Wilcox 
Mrs. Richard H.Williams 
W. F. Williams 
Senator and Mrs. Todd Willis 
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Billy A. Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winfree 
Mr. and Mrs. William Winfrey 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wohar 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Woleslagle 
Mr. and Mrs. Audley B. Wolfe, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L Wolff, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wolpert 
Mr. Paul S. Wommer 



Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan D. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Woodard 

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Woodburn 

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Woodslde 

John L. Woolridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wrabel 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wray 

Edward E.Wright 

Glen A. Wright 

Mr.andMrs. H.J.Wright 

J. Francis Wright 

Mr. and Mrs. Min Yamada 

Dr. and Mrs. James C. Yanero 

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Yanez 

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Yates 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick; Yourstone 

Nicholas A. Zalnoon 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zakowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Zambano 

Mr. and Mrs. Al Zambito 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zando 

P. J. ZannonI 

Mr. and Mrs. Caslmer Zavora 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zech 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zierold. Sr. 



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