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EOITOR-IN-GHIEF 
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Athletics 

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Seniors 
susan b. hofley 



Administration and Faculty 

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Organizations 
kathleen desantis 
Joanne m. fedorka 

Literary 
gary j. belonzi 

Business Managers 

j. gary jeffery 

keith Wilson 

Secretary 
vicki I. purvis 

Advisor 
donald j. robbins 



The OAK is financially sup- 
ported by the Student Coop- 
erative Association of Indiana 
University of Pennsylvania 




Music is everywhere. It is a stimulant and a depres- 
sant with all the toxicity of any chemical. Music is 
so greatly diverse and variable, in essence "all things 
to all men." We have reached a time when the 
universality of music is so vital to life — personally 
and socially. From the tribal rituals of primitive 
natives to Carnegie Hall and the Pittsburgh Sym- 
phony, the creative urges of man's innermost self 
have found expression in musical forms. 

In America, music has become a hobby for many, 
and more than a mere form of entertainment for 
most. We, as college students, are especially in- 
volved in contemporary music, and we find release, 
relaxation, reflection and oft times grim reality as we 
listen to the "sounds of today." Subconsciously, our 
reactions in certain situations may be muted or 
intensified via the song playing on the juke or radio. 
Obviously, too, certain music affects certain moods. 



Believe it or not, in these developing years of col- 
lege life, music can even be a significant factor in 
the total balance of our personalities. If nothing 
else, though, at least we can reflect on the memo- 
ries of dances, parties, and pizza parlors with the 
rhythm and rhyme of recorded music setting th 
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To say that "all good things must 
come to an end" is a much too 
simplified way to brush off Indiana 
University of Pa.'s 1973 football sea- 
son. When the Indians took the field 
in September against Eastern Ken- 
tucky they had hopes of securing 
the school's 12th straight winning 
season, while prolonging their na- 
tional record 102-game consecutive 
scoring streak. Before the season en- 
ded, however, inexperience and a 
few costly injuries forced these 
"good things" to an end in 1973. 

Eastern Kentucky University traveled 
to George P. Miller Stadium for the 
first time in the history and simply 
proved stronger than the home team 
with a 26-13 win. 

Following that opening contest, the 
defense which could boast of only 
three returning starters from the pre- 
vious season, took hold of itself and 
allowed only one touchdown in the 
next two games, as lUP went on to 
beat Cortland State 10-0, and North- 
wood Institute 13-6. 

The fighting Scots of Edinboro 
ruined Homecoming with a 21-14 
victory afterwhich sophomore quar- 
terback Lynn Hieber took over the 
starting position from Senior George 
Yokitis as the upsetminded Indians 
lost a close game at the hands of 
nationally ranked Westminster, after 
missing a two-point conversion late 
in the game which would have put 
the Indians in the lead. 




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Yokitis, Tim Sillivan, Mike Adamczyk. Row 2, Tom Eupizi, Mike Altschuler, Rick Fitzgerald, )im 
Stegner, Chuck Wonsettler, Dave Thompson, Art Morrell, Mike Lattanzio, Dick Vanderneck, Dave 
Hilderbrand, Dave Hills, Dave Cannon, Ken Deitmen, Don Toy, Row 3, Dave Sitosky, Ron Orenak, 
Pat Joseph, Paul Shandor, Dan Mathis, Terry Coleman, Ralph Mock, |erry Holzhauser, Dave Gregor, 
)im Simelis, Tony Lmnan, lay Collier, Tom Cecchetti, Row 4, Dave Tourdot, Tony Mayer, Ken 
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Hieber, Bill Parks, Kevin Oakley, lohn Conaboy Row 5, Matt Nypaver, Paul Conrad, Len Pe!>otini, 
|im Mullins, lohn Schroyer, lohn Palchak, |im Henley, lohn levicky, Dave Mintus, Abby Dettorre, 
Chuck McCracken, Mark Miller, Keith Young, Row 6, Nick Rodio, Russ Forrest, lohn McCutcheon, 
Brian Hart, Bill Grant, |oe Abraham, George Aggen. Row 7, Vic Liscinsky, Larry Panaia, |im Mill, 
Tom Zaucha, Mo Smith, Bob Letso, Ernie Macioce, Bill Neal, lack Neptune, Greg Botta, Dave 
Balmert, Tom Anderson, Chuck Pinchotti, Rich Krinks, Rich Hornfeck, missing — |im Thomas 



In the Clarion contest, Ron Orenak, 
who seems to kick best against Clar- 
ion (last year setting a school record 
with a 44-yard field goal), pulled out 
a tough 22-2(3 victory with a 20-yard 
field goal with only five seconds 
remaining in the game. The Indians 
put everything together when they 
traveled to California and scored 14 
points in the final 1:39 to beat the 
Vulcans 34-28, with Lynn Hieber 
breaking three school passing 
records, and tying a fourth, finishing 
the game with 302 yards passing. 

Pennsylvania Conference champions 
Slippery Rock beat Indiana 34-10, 
before Youngstown took revenge in 
the final game with a 44-0 drubbing, 
thus ending the Indians' 110-game 
scoring streak, and giving Coach 
Neal and his squad its first losing 
season since 1961. 

The season can definitely not be 
considered a total loss, however, as 
only seven seniors will be lost 
through graduation, which means ■ 
that a strong nucleus for the 1974 
team has already been molded. One 
of these seniors is center Ed Paradis 
from Pittston who was named to the 
second team Associated Press Little 
All-American. 

Looking forward to next season al- 
ready, head coach Bill Neal, in his 
5th vear as head coach is ready to 
begin those "winning things" again. 



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Row 1 (I to r). Barb Lei-jl)eig, Roberta Wilkie, Cheryl Baltrus, Mary Hays, Lynn Caluccl. Row 2, Lisa Kratz, Karen Drahnak, |ill Jenkins, 
Shawn Scott, Linda High, Liz Spangler, Mary Lou Radel, Cathy Connelly, Sue Waldln. 



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In only its second season of inter- 
collegiate competition, the IncJiana 
University of Pennsylvania Women's 
field hockey team again finished 
their six-game schedule above .500 
pet. 

The hockey team (4-2), which made 
the change from club hockey to a 
recognized team in 1972, beat Car- 
negie Mellon, Chatham, luniata, and 
Fairmont, losing only to Slippery 
Rock twice. 

Last fall, eight lUP girls were chosen 
to help represent the Pittsburgh As- 
sociation at the Mideast Sectionals 
Tournament at Gettysburg College. 
Those chosen included three from 
Pottstown - Terri Eppeheimer, )anet 
Fink, and Linda Fiigh, Also selected 
were Cheryl Baltrus (Norristown), 
Sue MacNabb (Oreland), Shawn 
Scott (New Cumberland), and two 
girls from West Grove, Rebecca 
Robinson and Roberta Wilkie. 

Miss Carol Eckman, who coached 
the team in its two initial years has 
left lUP, but a new coach is cur- 
rently being sought in order to 
strengthen one of the newest varsity 
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SOCCER 



Indiana University of Pennsylvania's 
soccer team, a "teamwork team," 
came through with a winning sea- 
son once again in 1973 with a 7-4-1 
mark, and remained in contention 
for the Western Division of the 
Pennsylvania Conference champion- 
ship until losing to Slippery Rock 
near the end of the season. 

The hooters put together their best 
game of the year against Lock 
Haven, always a powerhouse in soc- 
cer, as they beat the bald Eagles 1-0. 
Playing an almost identical game in 
the season finale against U. of Pitts- 
burgh, the Indians won another 
close contest by scoring a goal and 
then "defensing" their way to a 1-0 
victory. 




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The lUP squad played strong offen- 
sive games against Alliance (5-1) and 
Gannon (4-0), but lost to powerful 
Pitt-lohnstown (0-6), Edinboro (2-3), 
and Slippery Rock (0-3.) 

Post-season honors confirmed the 
strength as Rich Weron (Carnegie) 
and |ohn Montgomery (Lansdale) 
earned positions on the Western Di- 
vision All-Pennsylvania Conference 
first team, while Ammed Kanu 
(Sierra Leone), Mickey Keefer (West 
Grove) and Denny Charlton 
(Cheswick) were selected to the 
third team. 



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Bottom Row (I to r), loseph Fdbrizio, lohn Stenken. )ett Gehman, Denny Charlton, lose Nieto, Oot Cosuwin, Dave Suscewicz, John 
Montgomery. Top Row, Eric Perl, Mickey Keefer, Larry Long, Dave Seitz, Rich Weron, Lee Morris, Tim Polivma, Bryan Hemperly. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



It would literally have taken per- 
fection last tall In order for Dr. Lou 
Sutton's cross country team to 
match the record of the previous 
season, the 1972 team having com- 
pleted it's season with a 13-0 log. 
This year's squad did not quite per- 
form that well, although they did 
extend their winning streak to 20 
consecutive victories over the last 
three years, before losing to Edin- 
boro in the sixth dual meet of the 
season. 

The team, which fmished 7-3, placed 
3rd, in the California Invitational, 
and first in the Indiana Invitational 
which was held Homecoming 
Weekend, In the NAIA District 18 
Meet at Edinboro, lUP placed third, 
while finishing in the 4th position at 
the Penn-Ohio Meet. 

Despite the high finishes. Coach 
Sutton felt that his team could have 
done better had all of his runners 
been injury-free throughout the en- 
tire season. This may have account- 
ed for his team's fifth place finish in 
the Pennsylvania Conference Meet 
at the end of the season. 





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During the regular season, the In- 
dians beat teams such as Frostburg 
(15-50), California (17-46), Lock 
Haven (20-43), and St, Vincent (15- 
50), while losing to Slippery Rock 
(31-24) and Edinboro (41-21). In two 
Clarion contests, lUP won the first 
(23-36), but dropped a very close 
meet to the Golden Eagles the sec- 
ond time around (30-29). 

Although no post-season awards 
were awarded any Indiana runners, 
)im Nagle (Pittsburgh) and Tom 
McGuire (Irwin) were selected by 
their teammates as the outstanding 
team members. In the District 18 
Meet, McGuire finished high man 
for lUP in 6th place. 



Row 1 (I to r), Harry Brogdn, Paul Yurkey, |im Lear, Andy Pheill, Kevin Lease, )ay Gritfith, Bob 
Augustine, Doug Yoder, Lou Corolla. Row 2, Duke Doblick, Bob Costello, Mile Robblns, Kim 
Burke, Steve Ronin, Dick Wolf, Denny Popovec, )im Nagle, Tom McGuire, Bill Buckingham Row 3, 
Ed Fry, Tim Holland, Al Murphy, Bill O'Neill, Stan Rosenthal, Tim Lulich, )eff Roney, Bill Brown, 
Tom McDowell, Dan Friedlich, Dan Sipolla, Lou Sutton, Coach 



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CHEERLEADERS 





Bottom (I to r). Barb Dillen, Debbie Blakely, Linda Buchek, Diane Scattene. Barb 
Casillo. Top, Ginnle Randour, Wendy Godfrey, Becky Thompson 



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(I to r), Tim Kimmel. Greg Moody, Patty Ragan, (Marty Nfidig, Rich Strayer, Gerald Smith, Harry 
Croker, Bruce Bush, Rich Pontius, Tom Campisano. 





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MEN'S 
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PA. CONFERENCE AND 
DISTRICT 18 CHAMPIONS 



Before the season began things 
like "maybe they II win eight games 
if they are lucky" and "it's gonna be 
another one of those years," could 
be heard on the lUP campus, prob- 
ably on the campuses of the oppo- 
nents, and possibly all across West- 
ern Pennsylvania. It was no secret 
that the Indians were not supposed 
to "have it" as a basketball team - 
they had no height, not enough ex- 
perience, too little leadership, and 
too many freshmen. Maybe they 
would wm eight games ... if they 
were lucky. 

Twenty-nme games later, to the 
surprise of most students on 
campus, as well as anyone who fol- 
lowed the basketball squad, as the 
season officially came to an end at 
the final buzzer of the quarter finals 
contest against West Georgia at the 
NAIA National Tournament in Kan- 
sas City, the 1973-74 Indiana Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania basketball 
squad went down in the record 
books as the greatest team ever in 
the 99 years of Indiana history. 




Row I, (I to r), |im Henle>, Mike Christensen, Mike Reidmiller, Gene Gaige, lohn Guyton, lay 
Taylor, Randy Allen, Row 2, Tom Beck, Rich Lynch, Marty Mattocks, Mark Bianchi, Gary Kotsch, 
leff Lawrence, Dick Mogle, Elio Filippl, Carl Davis. 



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The season began in grand fash- 
ion as the Indians got past their first 
five opponents in various ways. 
They maintained an easy romp over 
Alliance (77-57), squeaked past Slip- 
pery Rock for the first time in six 
years, in overtime (79-76), and spec- 
tacularly stopped Clarion in double 
overtime (91-90) as Randy Allen's 
20-ft. jump shot from the corner 
w/ith only three seconds on the 
clock ripped the net The campus 
went home for Christmas and the 
team took a one-v^eek break riding 
atop the Western Division of the 
Pennsylvania Conference with a 5-0 
record. 



In the Annual Christmas Tree 
Tournament lUP made its poorest 
showing in the history of the tour- 
nament and placed last, losing two 
close games to Denison (69-71) and 
Mt. Union (79-82). 

The team opened the new year 
with its highest point production in 
one game by beating Pitt-|ohnstown 
(99-71). They then see-sawed back 
and forth, not being able to put 
together, until mid-February, a 
strong winning streak. Throughout 
lanuary the Indians suffered a dis- 
heartening loss to Clarion (68-70), as 
well as a 70-85 defeat at the hands 
of Slippery Rock. These losses tight- 



ened the race for play-off berths in 
both the Conference and in the Dis- 
trict. 

The Indians responded, however, 
with a five-game winning streak, 
beating California in overtime (57- 
51), and stopping the Fighting Scots 
of Edinboro (69-67) in a home thrill- 
er. An easy 67-49 victory over Lock 
FHaven gave I UP its first Pa. Conf. 
Western Division title ever, allowing 
them to meet Bloomsburg for the 
Conference title. The highlight of 
that five-game streak came at the 
expense of St. Vincent as Randy Al- 
len's 40 points and last second 30-ft. 
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Millersville 


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them a berth in the District 18 Play- 
offs, also. The Edinboro victory three 
days later gave Indiana the number 
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As the post-season play-offs got 
underway, Bloomsburg, the winner 
of the Christmas Tree Tournament, 
traveled to the fieldhouse only to be 
defeated as John Guyton, playing 
with an heavily taped knee, led the 
attack with 24 points and nine 
rebounds. Again Carl Davis' boys 
pulled out their fifth overtime vic- 
tory of the season (against no de- 
feats), 79-69, and took possession of 
the Pa. Conference trophy. 

The first round of the District 
Playoffs saw the Indians disperse 
Clarion with relative ease (77-67). 
The most astonishing surprise of the 
season thusfar, however, came in 
the final round as lUP simply blew 
by Edinboro (78-65), proving that 
they were the best team in the Dis- 
trict, and earning the right to travel 
to Kansas City. 

Excitement was still to come as 
lUP became matched against the 
Tith seeded team in the National 
Tournament, Azusa Pacific from Cal- 
ifornia, but made their name known 
by defeating them 79-74. The fol- 
lowing day "the giant-killer" earned 
a spot in the quarter-finals by beat- 
ing Grand Canyon (66-65), the team 
with the best record in the tourna- 
ment. As the name Indiana Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania moved from ob- 
scurity into the limelight, West 
Georgia, who went on to win the 
National Title put a stop to lUP's 
"unforgetable" season to the tune of 
69-103. 

The team that started out with 
"no" talent finished with a 12-man 
team of "all" talent and a 21-8 
record. 

It was a "teamwork" team where 
freshman Elio Filippi (Aliquippa) 
would come off the bench and 
make a few shots from the corner if 
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ing an off night. When co-captain 
Marty Mattocks (Mercer) would get 
into foul trouble Dick Mogle (Mon- 
tvale, N.),) would enter the game 
and hit some long two-pointers. 
When centers Gene Gaige (Tioga) or 
Mike Reidmiller (Jeanette) were in 
foul trouble or needed a rest, fresh- 
man Rich Lynch (Ashville) or Mark 
Bianchi (Greensburg) would come 
in and sweep the boards clean. Even 
on those rare occasions when Randy 
Allen (Altoona) was not up to par, 
freshman Gary Kotsch (Harrisburg) 
would step onto the floor and warn 
the opposing team that 25-footers 
were not out of his range. And 
when sophomore |ohn Guyton 
(Stoneboro) needed a short break, 
lay Taylor (Finleyville) or Bianchi 
were ready to fill in. 

Not enough can be said con- 
cerning the teamwork that put to- 
gether the 1973-74 squad in the 
record books, but perhaps no words 
at all will describe how in his four 
years co-captain Randy Allen has 
practically rewritten part of the 
record book himself. 

Coming into the season, Allen 
was Indiana's only consistent scor- 
ing threat, and the player with the 
most experience. He proved to be 
the team's main source of strength 
both as a co-captain and as a player. 
The All-American star from Altoona 
holds six school records including 
most points in one season (643), 
field goals attempted in a game (33 
- St. Vincent), in a season (602), 
and in a career (1278), as well as 
field goals made in a season (270). 
He has ranked in the top ten in 
eight other categories, including ca- 
reer points with 1386, ranked third. 

Other post season honors include 
NAIA All-American. a unanimous 
choice for the All-Pa. Conference 
Team, and its leading scorer, All- 
NAIA District 18, as well as its most 
outstanding player. He was named 
Small College Player of the Year by 
the Pittsburgh Press, and also a 
member of the AP All-Pa. team. A 
host of the honors were awarded to 
this senior guard both this year and 
last. 

With the final buzzer in Kansas 
City came the end to a great career 
at Indiana for Randy Allen, but also, 
to a great season for the entire lUP 
squad. Officially, the season came 
to an end with that final buzzer, but 
It will continue on much longer as 
sweet memories of the 1973-74 
"team of no talent. " 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



The lUP Women's basketball 
team, although receiving minimum 
publicity throughout the season, 
provided as much excitement as any 
sports team on campus, despite 
their final 4-6 record. 

The Squaws opened their 10-game 
schedule by beating the Alumni (77- 
12), and following with consecutive 
wins over Duquesne (61-14) and Ju- 
niata (38-23) before dropping an 
overtime contest to St. Francis (40- 
43). The most thrilling victory of the 
season came at the expense of Pitt 
as the women squeaked past the 
Panthers, 46-40. After losing three 
straight games, Indiana downed Car- 
negie Mellon University, 64-53, for 
their final regular season victory. 

In post-season play the women 
took part in the Mt. Alvernia In- 
vitational, winning games against an 
AAU Mixer team from Pittsburgh 
(53-46), and the Mt. Alvernia Alumni 
(64-61). 

Nineteen returning women form 
the nucleus of next year's team as 
co-captains Sue Tuscano (Meirsdale) 
and Barb Livingston (Richland) are 
the only players lost from Coach 
Nesbitt's squad through graduation. 
The core of that nucleus consists of 
Shawn Scott (Harrisburg), high 
scorer this past season with 83 
points, and Donna Shank (Indiana), 
high rebounder with 66 rebounds. 
Kathy Kelly (Allentown) also re- 
ceived an award for her defensive 
play throughout the season. 

Ms. Lois Nesbitt, who took over 
the coaching job at mid-season 
from Ms. Carol Eckman, described 
the 1973-74 team as "great and fun- 
loving," but predicts more en- 
thusiasm when the women try out 
this fall and she will be back to 
direct the excitement. 




K'!u I. (I to r), Coach Lois Nesbitt, Swawn Scott, Barbara Livingston, Sue Tuscano, Donna Shank, 
Kathy Kelly, Row 2, Karen Nussrallah, Karen Radel, Patty Roberts. Bonnie McCormIck, Chris 
SIckenberger, Charlene Wooten. Row 3, Lorn Henry, LIncJa High, Cheryl Goffus, Bonnie Finch, 
Lunn Roser, Diane Dtlckell 



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61 




62 



61 


Duquesne 


14 


39 


Juniata 


23 


40 


St Francis (OT) 


43 


46 


Pitt 


40 


50 


Slippery Rock 


71 


37 


Loci< Havf.'n 


73 


42 


Penn State 


56 


64 


CMU 


53 


34 


Edinboro 


36 


31 


Slippery Rock 


78 





63 



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SWIMMING 



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Row 1, (I to r), Paul Hough, lay McConaught, Greg Fisher, jim Hoover, Neil Postas, John Tobin, )ohn 
Cray, John Dobtzanski, Bob Classteller. Bill Trabosh Row 2, Dave Belowich, Doug Bennick, Rob 
Eberly, Craig Kast, Eric Hanglehand, Tom lones, Dan Fritz, Bill Bertovich, Dick Gestrich, joe McCool. 
Steve Salak. Coach Ralph lohnson 



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Youngstown 


66 


55 


Bethany 


58 


62 


Oneota 


51 


63 


Miami Dade-North 


50 


59 


Miami Dade-South 


49 


48 


Georgia Tech 


65 


65 


Emory 


48 


63 


Akron 


50 


44 


Cleveland State 


69 


41 


Clarion 


72 


66 


Grove City 


47 


59 


Slippery Rock 


52 


49 


Edinboro 


64 


57 


California 


56 


43 


Penn State 


68 




Indiana Relays - 3rd place 




PSCAC-5th place 






Penn-Ohio - 5th place 




NCAA Championship — 28th 


place 



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WOMEN'S VOLLEY BALL 




Row 1, (I to r), Lorraine Henry, lanice Rinehart, Ceclle Kelly, Donna Shank, Bonnie McCormick, 
Kathy Esterberg. Row 2, Pat MlloszewskI, Cheryl Coffus, |ill Andrews, Pat Roberts, Karen Egolf, 
lanice Fowler, Row 3, Pal Rash, Mary Ann Tranchine, Kathy Kulich, Mary Wisniewski, Sue Plunkett, 
Patty Cossett Row 4, Marsha Fagler, Celeste Fedeli, Rachel Mignona, Amy Walker, Debbie 
Crispens. 



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FENCING 




67 





Doug Bennick (Corry) 




Randy Allen (Altoona) 



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lUP's 
ALL-AMERICANS 





Ed Paradis (Pittston) 



|oe McCool (Pittsburgh) 



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^SiaSffiE 







30 


wvu 


15 


49 


Bethany 





24 


Kutztown 


18 


22 


Miami-Dade 


17 


38 


Duquesne 





30 


Clarion 


14 


28 


Bloomsburg 


9 


26 


Edinboro 


14 


30 


Slippery Rock 


8 


20 


West Liberty 


13 


F 


Fairmont 


— 


31 


California 


12 


35 


Shippensburg 


9 


43 


St. Francis 





43 


Grove City 

Pa. Conference 9th 

NAIA Dist. 18 1st 

NAIA National's 29th 


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WRESTLING 




Row 1, (I to r), Larry McCoy, Eric Roulman, Doug Markosky, Gary Pivirotto, Kenny Kline, Tom Schwelnburg, Pat Conlon Row 2 Barry 
Neumyer, Paul Kremples, lim Driscol, Chuck Brehm, Tom DeLong, Ron Ginard, Keith Koski, Walt Artkosky, Tom LaBult, Tim Morgan Row 
3, Coach Blacksmith, Rich Einsporn, Charlie Adamchik, Don Houchins, Roy Magnusson, Roy Miller, Rich Shoemaker, |lm Seitz, Sam 
DeRenzo, Coach Ellwood. 



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Front Row Lett to Right; Terl Cook, Lynn Roser, Marcy Schwann, Rose Snyder, )an Frissora. Back 
Row, Bonnie McCormick, Maria Ware, Cathy Stevens, Donna Shank, COACH Mary Eltz 



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GOLF 




Row I (I to r), Barr\ Burza, Ut-nrn Osborne, Man Koburis, L>i Ld Munigt'r, Kun Milanovlch, Bill 
lames, Kurt Schweitzer. Row 2, (I to r), Dan Hall, Ricl< Schroettinger, Tom McCinnis, Craig Pelat, 
Rick Bausher 



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Victoria Abel 
Pittsburgh 
Art, B.A. 



Judith A. Accurt 

Irwin 

Elem. Ed , B.S^ 



Gene L. Adam 
Wilkinsburg 
Spanish, B.A. 



Michael |. Adamczyk 

Kane 

Economics, B S 



Collette M. Adams 
Altoona 



Diane I Agardy 
West Homestead 
Accounting, B.S. 




Gail Auth 


Charles L. Ayers 


Carol D. Babcock 


Claudia I. Babicz 


Mary Ann Bacha 


Patty A Back 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 


State College 


N Huntingdon 


Aliquippa 


leannette 


Art, B.S. 


Psychology, B A 


Elem Ed . B S. 


Criminology, B.A. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Elem Ed , B S 




Rita Ball 

Kittanning 

Anthro /Soc, B.A. 



Jeanne K. Balla 
Leechburg 




Gregory |. Balla 
Vandergrift 




Barry D. Balliet 

Emmaus 

Criminology, B.A 




Douglas W. Baltzer 

Shanksville 

Bus Mgr , B.S. 




Dean E Barnett 

Coudersport 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



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Manuel A Agudo 



Brenda L Albert 

Conemaugh 
Con Serv., B S. 



David I Alberth 
Grove City 
Math , B.S. 



Marcia Alexander 

Nanty Glo 

Biology, B S. 



lean M Allgeler 

Greenville 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Patricia S. Allwein 








lohn A. Anionelli 


Dara Apel 


Darrell L Arelt 


Cathy 1. Armstrong 


Cathleen E. Armstrong 


Marian Asa 


Kane 


Oil City 


Monroeville 


Marion Center 


lohnsonburg 


Greensburg 


Biology, B.S. 


Nutrition, B.S, 




Elem Ed., B.S. 


English, B.A. 


Elem Ed.. B.S. 




Carol A Baeslack 


Patricia L Bagley 


Cindy K Bailey 


Bruce E Baker 


Richard L Balridge 


loseph Balestreire 


Pittsburgh 


Bedford 


Blairsville 


Charleroi 


Irwin 


Pittsburgh 


Art, B.S. 




Music, B.S. 


Eng. /Psych., B.A. 


Bus, Mgt,, B,S. 


Art, B,S. 





K\ 




Marvin A, Barney 


Michael D Barr 


Linda A Barry 


Nancy j. Barth 


Daniel Bash 


Gary E. Basinger 


McMurray 


Enola 


McMurray 


Bethel Park 


Indiana 


Clarion 


Sociology, B.A. 


Art, B.S. 




Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Ceographv, B S 


Criminology, B.A. 



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Sondra Batzel 

Hopewell 
Bus. Ed., B.S. 




Paula I Bauer 
Bethel Park 
Nursing, B.S. 




Thomas H Bauer 

St. Marys 
Accounting, B.S. 




David I Baughman 

Harrison City 

Math., B.A, 





Stephen K. Beegle 

Bedford 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



lohn E Begley 
Holldaysburg 
History, B.A. 




Tracy Bell 

Monroeville 

Con. Serv., B.S. 



Thomas A. Beranty 

Kittanning 

Elem Ed., B.S 





Belinda A. Berzonsky 


Michael ), Best 


Mark E, Blanchi 


Vicki Lynn Bianchi 


Carrolltown 


Neffs 


Cleveland, Ohio 


West Chester 


Biology, B S 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Physics, B.S. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 




elfrey R. Blackburn 


jane C. Blair 


Judith A Bliss 


Jeffrey O Bio 


Bedford 


Pittsburgh 


Shmglehouse 


Camp Hill 


Criminology, B.A. 




Elem. Ed., B.S. 





84 





Claudia Beaken 


Betty |. Beale 


Margaret Beatty 


Kyle M Beck 


Linda K Beckner 


Kathryn |. Baum 


Trafford 


Freeport 


Irwin 


Erie 


Brodbecks 


Pittsburgh 


Con. Serv., B.S. 


Flpm fd , B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Di'U Ed B S 


flf.v, F,( H s 








Bernice |. Berdik 

Clenshaw 
Home Ec. Ed , B.S. 



William R. Berg 
Verona 




^4 ^tew 

Gregory 8. Bernard 

Braddock 

Biology, B.S. 




ludith Berner 

Havertown 

Social Science, B.S. 




Gary R. Berringer 

Uniontown 
Biology, B.A. 




William ). Berry 

Bedford 
Accounting, B.S. 






n 

ik 



Janet L Bibza 


Wendy I Bieda 


Paula E. Bish 


Chris Bittner 


Christine Bittner 


Carl Black 


Natrona Heights 


McKeesport 


Clearfield 


Connellsville 


Connellsville 


Marion Center 


Speech & Hearing, B.S. 


Rehab Ed , B.S. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Accounting, B.S 




Denise L. Bobb 
Watsontown 
Nursing, B.S. 




Barbara A Bole 

Meadville 

Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



Anita M. Bonano 
Barnesboro 



Therese A. Bondi 

Pittsburgh 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Beverly F Borath 

Indiana 
Psychology, B.A. 



Mary E Boroch 
Williamsport 



85 




Robert Bosetti 


Michelle Bosko 


Marcia E. Bosley 


Donna Bcxjghman 


Coraopolls 


Charleroi 


Butler 




Art, B.A. 


Earth Science, B.S. 


Math., B.S. 






Sandra L. Brady 
Acme 




Margaret M. Brandl 
Pittsburgh 



Dons E. Branthoover 




Cary R Brinker 

Apollo 
Bus Mgt., B S. 



Marian B. Briskey 

Pittsburgh 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Monica L. Brecko 

Sutersville 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Deborah R. Brown 



Monica Bowan 


lacqueline K, Bowser 


Delores A Boyd 


William P Boyer 


Wilham D Boyle 


Carol A. Bozich 


Ambridge 


Kittanning 


Nantyglo 


Hughesville 


Bradford 


Harwick 


Chemistry, B.A. 


Elem. Ed,, B.S. 


Bus Ed., B.S. 


Pol. Sci., B.A. 


English, B.A. 


Speech & Hearing. B.S. 




Carolyn E Breiganer 
Littleslown 
Nursing, B.S. 



Barbara A Breisinger 

Clairton 

Con. Serv , B.S. 



Mickey A Brennan 

Carmichaels 

Med. Tech., B.S. 



Patrick 1 Breslin 
Altoona 



Nicole L. Brewster 

Pittsburgh 

French, B.A. 




Susan L Briggs 
Morristown 
English, B.S. 




Dennis C Brown 


Eugene P. Brown 


leanne E Brown 


Walter L. Brown 


William Brown 


Lucinda Bruce 


Indiana 




Lancaster 


Bedford 


Bridgeville 


Indiana 


Sociology, B.S. 




Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Elem Ed, B.S 


Criminology, B..^. 


Nutrition, B S. 



87 







Susan M, Bruder 


Gary P Bruner 


Ardeila L Bryant 


Ann L, Bryer 


Thomas L. Buck 


Mary A. Buckley 


Pittsburgh 


Beaver Falls 


Washington 


McKeesport 


W. Mifflin 


New Castle 


Elem, Ed, B,S. 


Biology, B.S. 




Special Ed., B.S. 


Math., B.S. 


Phys. Ed., B.S. 






lanet L. Busi 


Robert A. Butalini 


lames A. Byers 


Renee C Byers 


lohn B. Cadue 


Susan G. Cadwell 


Homer City 




Punxsutawney 


Chambersburg 


Tobyhanna 


Spring Church 


Phys. Ed., B.S. 




Safety Mgt., B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


English, B.S. 






Sandra Caratelli 


Barbara I Carlson 


Vandergrift 


Kersey 


Elem. Ed , B.S. 


German, B S 




Kathryn L. Carlson 

Freeport 

Music Ed , B.S. 



Scott I Carothers 

OakmonI 

Bus Mgt., B.S. 



Robert W. Carter 
New Castle 
Biology, B.S. 



Michael A. Caruso, |r. 

Gouldsboro 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



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William B. Burdris 


Susan R Bugay 


Kathleen A, Bukata 


Sharon L Burch 


Mary M Burg 


lacqueline M. Burke 


Classporl 


Gipsy 


W, Mifflin 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 


New Castle 


Geog./Hist . 8 A 


Special Ed., B,S, 


Special Ed., B.S 


Con Serv , B S. 


Sociology, B A 






Coleen S. Caldwel 

Milton 

Nursing, B.S. 



Cheryl L. Callen 

Tarentum 

Phys. Ed , B S 



David R. Calloway 

Media 

Theatre, B.A 



Donna L Campbell 

Pittsburgh 

Elem. Ed., B S 




William I. Campbell 

lohnstown 

Elem Ed , B.S 



Marilyn A. Canfield 
Ceres, N.Y. 
Math., B.S. 




Karen Casteel 

Clearfield 

Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



David I, Cazorchak 



Marc A. Cerutti 

Sarver 

Earth & Space Sci., B.S 



Robert R. Cessna 
Kittanning 
History, B.S. 



Diane L Chamberlin 
Williamsport 
Elem. Ed , B.S. 



Harold T Chapman 
Montoursville 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



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largaret H Chapman 

Pittsburgh 

Biology, B,A. 





Sheryl L Chapman 
Saxonburg 




Dennis |, Charlton 

Cheswick 

Chemistry, B.S. 



Lynn R. Charlton 

Clarks Mills 

Elem, Ed,, B.S. 





Karen L Ciarlmboli 


Michele Cignetto 


Darlene L Cihat 


Rebecca A. CImini 


Geniene G Ciuca 


Anne D Clark 


Greensburg 


Bradenville 


Leechburg 


New Castle 


New Alexandria 


New Castle 


Criminology, B.A. 


Speech & Hearing, B S 


Art, B.S. 


Math., B.S. 


Nursing, B.S. 


Home Ec. Ed , B S 




Constance ) Coleman 

Apollo 

Math., B.S. 




DIanne I Comer 

Bethel Park 
Sociology, B.A. 




Sharon L. Conely 

McMurray 

Nutrition, B.S. 



Robert M. Confer 
Malvern 




William V. Conley 

Philadelphia 
Criminology, B A 



Peggy A Conlln 
Lake Orion, Michigan 




Susan L Cook 

Montville, N.). 

Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



Rob C Copeland 

McKeesport 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Richard P. Coppula 
Mt. Pleasant 
Pol Scl., B.S. 



Donna M. Corace 

Sprlngdale 

Nursing, B.S. 




Virginia L. Corso 

Bellevue 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Elizabeth Coscarelli 

New KInsington 

Bus. Ed., B.S. 



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ludi I Chester 



leverly |. Childs 


Henry B. Christie 


Donald M Christy 


Sun Chung 


David Churbock 


Drexel Hill 


Dresher 


Avalon 


lapan 


Green sburg 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Criminology, B A. 


Biology, B.S. 


Nutrition, B.S, 


r^...,.. - ,. ■' ^ 






Cynlhid F Clark 


Kathleen M Clark 


Michael |. Clark 


Robert W. Clarke 


Patricia S. Clausner 


Beth Amy Clouse 


Troy 


Pittsburgh 




Churchville 


Mt. Pleasant 


Duquesne 


Nursing, B S. 


Elem. Ed , B S. 




Math , BS. 


Home Ec Ed , B S. 


Elem Ed, B.S. 




•\nnette Connah 


Meredith E. Conner 


Maureen A. Conrad 


Patrick W. Conrad 


Amy D. Cook 


Debra A Cook 


Nanlyglo 


Hillsdale 


Pittsburgh 


Butler 


Kittanning 


Mansfield 


Nursing, BS. 


Elem, Ed , B.S. 














Daniel |, Costantini, |r 


Leslie A. Coughenour 


Timothy W, Coughlin 


Rae Deand <_Liv\dn 


Slefani G Cowan 


Lynette K. Cox 


Chadds Ford 


Pittsburgh 


Erie 


New Florence 


Waynesburg 


Allentown 


Criminology, B.A. 


Elem Ed , B S. 


Pol. Sci., B.S. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 


English, B„\ 


Math., B.S. 



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Ichn A. Crabill 

Irwin 
Psych./Soc, B,A. 



Dons A. Cramer 

Dilllown 

Bus Ed , B.S. 



Cay E Cramer 




Mary Beth Crawlord 
Warrington 




Susan L. Crevak 

Derry 

Nursmg, B.S 




Elizabeth E Croce 

leannette 

Elem, Ed,, B S. 



SaU.^. 






Susan C. Cute 

Pleasantvllle, N.J. 

English, B A. 



Frank |. Cutitta 

Riverside, N.|. 

Special Ed., B.S 



Robert W Cypher 
Butler 



Robert A. Dacey 
McKeesport 
Biology, B.S. 



Kurt E. Dadey 
Carnegie 



Kathy Dambaugh 

Pittsburgh 
Criminology, B.A. 






Shelley L Davis 
Vandergrift 



Alan M. Davuk 

Irwin 

Spanish, B.A. 



Louis DeLuca 

Trafford 
Bus Mgt., B.S. 



lane Deiohn 
Sharon 



Donna M Dellafiora 

Homer City 

Speech & Hearing, B.S 



Michael R. Deller 
York 










lanet A. Dethloff 

Huntingdon Valley 

Math., B.S. 



Betty L Detwiler 
Connellsvllle 
English, B.S. 



Richard Difatta 
Oakmont 
Art, B.S. 



loseph A. DINapoli 
Wilmerding 
Pol. Scl., B.S. 



Dons A DIcenzo 
Coraopolls 



Max E. Dick 

Homer City 

Earth & Space Scl., B S. 



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Robert C Crytzer 

Natrona Heights 




William R, Csonkd 

Leechburg 

Phys Ed , B.S. 



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Thomas R Csrnko 

Bethlehem 
Social Stierice, B.S 




Carolyn B Cummings 

Ldinburg 

Chcmistrv', B S. 



Marilyn K Cummins 

Greensburg 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



)oanne Cusick 

W. Mifflin 

Speech & Hearing, B S. 





Donna D'Amico 

Penn Hills 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Linda M, D'Amico 

Penn Hills 

Spanish, B.S. 




Bryan F Daniela 

Camp Hill 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



lulie A Daniels 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
Art Hist., B.A. 



loAnn Daube 

Monongahela 

English, B.S. 



Robert B.Davidson 
Curwensville 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Susan C. Demark 
Ellwood City 
English, B.A. 



Mary jo Depp 
Punxsutawney 



Carolyn DeSantis 

Springdale 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Kathleen DeSantis 
Monongahela 
Biology, B.S. 



Denise DeSanto 

New Kensington 

German, B.S 



Ronald H Des Lauriers 

New Kensmgton 

Phys. Ed., B.S. 




Sdundra L. Dicken 

Waynesboro 

Art, B.S. 



Mary I Dickson 

Irwin 
Soc. /Psych., B.A. 




Angela DiPietro 

Derry 

Bus. Ed., B.S. 




Mary lo Dittenhaler 

Camp Hill 

Psych. /Crim., B.A, 



Carole Dobies 

McKeesport 

Home Ec, B.S. 




Patricia D Dodd 

Fairview 

Nutrition, B.S. 



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\ndrew E Doehrel 


Cheryl L, Dolenc 


Kathleen Donahoe 


Donald Donati 


Erie 


Oakdale 


Pittsburgh 


Burgettstown 


Criminology, B A. 


Nursing, B.S. 


Spec. Ed., B.S. 


Earth & Space Sci., B.S, 






ames D. Douglas 


Bonnie Downs 


Rosemary E. Drab 


Carol Drisch 


Newtown 


Youngstown 


New Canaan, Conn. 


Scotch Plains, N.) 




Nursing, B.S. 




Russian, B.S. 



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Janice K Dupay 
Monongahela 
Bus. Ed., B.S 




Deborah L Dusel 

Lancaster 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



lanlce A. Dutill 

Philadelphia 
Con. Serv , B.S. 



Carole |. Dutterer 
Liltlestown 
Bus. Ed., B.S. 




Cathleen Emery 
New Castle 



Larry D. Erb 


Christine Ernharlh 


Sylvia Escott 


Pottstown 


Pittsburgh 


Connellsville 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


English, BS. 


Nutrition, B.S. 



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Therese Dongiovanni 


Mary Ann Donnelly 


Richard V Doorley 


Myra A Dorko 


Victor A Dorazio 


loanne C. Dougherty 


Vdndergritt 


Penn Hills 


Pittsburgh 


Munhall 


Kittanning 


Pittsburgh 


Bus Ed , B S 


Math , B S 


Psychology, B S. 


Home fx Ed . B S 


Bus. Mgt., BS. 


Elem. Ed., B S 





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Ceraldine Drnach 


lerry Dudash 


Joyce Ann Dudel< 


lames T Dugan 


)eri A. Dunn 


Janet R. Dunning 


Clairton 


Hannastown 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 


Mercer 


Beaver 


Spanish, B,A, 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


History, 8. A. 


Bus. Mgt,, B.S. 


Med. Tech., B.S. 


Criminology, B.A 




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oseph R Duvall 


Kathleen E Dwyer 


lohn I, Earley, jr. 


lack G. Edwards 


Charles G Eggers 


loyce A. Egolf 


Waynesburg 


Pittsburgh 


Dunmore 


Burgettstown 


Uniontown 


Schellsburg 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Rehab. Ed., B.S. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 






Home Ec. Ed , B.S. 





Martha I Estep 


Charles E Eltinger 


Gail M. Evanina 


loseph M Evanko 


Dennis A. Evans 


William D. Evans 


Indiana 


Harrisburg 


McKeesport 


McKees Rocks 


Ambler 


Butler 


Dist. Ed., B.S. 


Biology, B.S. 


Math./Comp. Sci., B.A. 




Biology, B.A 


Criminology. B.S. 



95 





Elizabeth Y. Facinelli 

Harnsburg 

Art, B.A. 



tileen Fallon 

Creentree 

Psych. /Econ.. B.A. 



Leanne E Fanning 

Claysville 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



MIchele Farabaugh 

Indiana 

Psychology, B.A, 




Ian L Ficerai 
Cheswick 





Nick ), Figel 
Monessen 
Music, B.S. 



Terry M. Figmick 
Cairnbrook 



Janet L. Fink 
Pottstown 




Cindv Fletcher 

Homer City 
Elenn. Ed., B.S. 



Colleen M. Flynn 
Verona 



FHarry W. Forman 



Pamela Fornal 
Mt. Pleasant 
Spanish, B.S. 



96 





■■>-"i'.CVIt^"lv.^ V,,,. 




Patricia A. Farlnelli 


Lynda Ferguson 


Patricia L. Ferguson 


Barbara I Ferrara 


Joan Ferrari 


Rose Ferro 


Allison Park 


Houston 


Sutersville 


Grapeville 


Rices Lanciing 


Ebensburg 


Math., B.S. 


Fine Arts, B S 


Nursing, B S. 


Con. Serv., B.S. 


Sociology, B.A. 


Spanish, B.S. 












Pamela Sue Fink 


William E. Fink 


Deborah |. Finniss 


Dale Fisher 


Colleen A. Fitzmartin 


Thomas R Fitzpatric 


Connellsville 


Morgan 


Pittsburgh 


New Castle 


Penn Hills 


Irwin 


Special Ed , B S. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Spanish, B.S 


Music Ed., B.S. 


Criminology, B A. 







Daniel L. Fouse 


Rebecca! Frambach 


Deborah A Frank 


1 T Frantz 


Mary Anne Franz 


cawina F. Frasca 


Apollo 


lohnslown 


Oakdale 


Punxsulawney 


Pittsburgh 


WIndber 




Home Ec Ed , B.S. 


Elem Ed., B S 






Special Ed., B.S. 



97 




Deborah A Frazier 

Indiana 

Eiem. Ed., B.S. 



Nancy E, freas 

Pittsburgh 

French, B.A 



Linda C Freeman 

Bradford 
Psychology, B.A, 




Ellen C French 
Latrobe 




Michael E. Frey 

Bausman 

History, B.A. 



Kenneth C. Fndey 
McMurray 
Bus , B.S 




Cheryl J. Fultz 
Cassandra 




Eugene P Gaige 

Tioga 

Psychology 



Cynthia A. Galiardi 
Connellsville 
Nutrition, B.S. 




Ann M. Galinis 

Dubois 

Criminology, B.A. 



Cathy ). Canoe 

Lewistown 

Home Ec Ed , B.S 



Linda M. Garber 

Elizabethtown 

Home Ec Ed , B.S. 




Michael L. Caylor 

North Hills 
Psychology, B A, 




Roxanne |. Geahry 
Sarver 




Deborah M Gelosh 

Mt Pleasant 

Music Ed,, B S. 



Scott O George 

Bedford 

Pol Sci., B.A. 



Ann L Gerhardstein 

Bethel Park 
Home Ec. Ed , B S 



Linda L. Gerheim 

Saljna 

Elem Ed., B.S. 



98 



Debra I Fritsch 

Pittsburgh 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Daniel R Fritz 
Oil City 



Charles E. Fry, )r. 

York 

Bus. Mgt,, B.S. 



Michael ). Fry 

Glenshaw 

Accounting, B.S. 



Nancy D. Fry 

Armaugh 

Bus, & Dist. Ed., B.S. 



Robert M. Fullman 

Mt Pleasant 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Michael I Garner 

St. Marys 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Kathy L Garrett 
West Middlesex 



Paul H. Garrigan 

Myerstown 
Bus. Mgt , B.S 



Karen A. Guadiano 
Hopwood 



Ethel M. Cavlak 

Portage 
Med. Tech., B.S. 



Monica C Cawlowski 

Pittsburgh 

Con. Serv., B.S. 




Claudia T Geriak 
Portage 




Maggi Gertz 

Pittsburgh 

Special Ed., B.S. 




Charles F. Getz 

Steelton 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



lohn I Giannone 

lohnstown 

Sociology, B.A. 




Michael ). Gibson 

Pittsburgh 

Dist. Ed., B.S. 




Susan E. Gibson 
Coraopolis 
Math., B.S. 



99 



David A. cm 


Penelope S. Gill 




Martha I Givler 


Pittsburgh 


Gibsonia 


Mary L Girvin 


Erie 


Social Science, B.S. 


Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 


Pequea 


Bus Ed., B.S. 






ludilh M. Gooderham 
Shamokin 



lames L Coodgt- 
Pulaski 
Biology, B.S. 



Fred D. Goodman 


Gail S. Goodman 


Sara K. Gorton 


Altoona 


Greenwich, R.I. 


Indiana 


Biology, B.S. 


Biology, B.S, 






'jiiuai 








loAnne Green 


lohn D. Green 


Rodney L. Green 


loseph |. Gribik 


Karen C. Grida 


H. Alan Criesemer 


McKeesport 


Duncanville 


Roaring Spring 


Ford City 


Lancaster 


Reading 


Special Ed., B S. 




Special Ed., B.S. 




Nursing, B.S. 


Psychology, B.A. 






Linda K Crubb 


Elaine M. Cruber 


Frank Guarndtcio 


Uomenic L. Cuido 


1 rjnk Guillard 


Mary Lynn Cuinivan 


FHollidaysburg 


W. Mifflin 


Pittsburgh 


Leechburg 


Osceola Mills 


Cresson 


Bus. Ed., B.S. 


Nutrition, B.S. 


Accounting, B.S. 


Math., B.S. 







100 



Carol I. Glasser 

Marion Center 

Bus L(l Rs 




Wendy |. Classner 
Pittsburgh 



Victoria A, Giegyak 

Clairton 

Elem. Ed., B.S, 



Carol L. Glunl 

Vandergrift 
Nutrition, B.S. 



Barbara A. Godlasky 

Indiana 

Phy5. Ed , B.S. 



Ralph R. Coehring 






y-.;/ 




Lwk». 



David P. Goshorn 


Becky A. Graham 


Mary G Grammerstorf 


Lyn C. Graver 


Eileen L. Cray 


Shirley M i ,■ 


Grove City 


Indiana 




Bethlehem 


Leechburg 


Latrobe 


Physics, B.A. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Sociology, B.S. 




Nursing, B.S. 




bcoll K. Gnllilh 
Fairless Hills 




Haulette M. Griffiths 
Lebanon 



Kathie L Griggs 

Willlamsporl 
Geography, B.A. 



Christine M. Gronsky 

Gibsonia 

Special Ed., B.S. 



Barbara A. Grote 
Latrobe 



Carol A. Grove 
Bradford 







Marcia A. Gumbert 


Louise M. Gunnet 


R. T. Gulh 


Connie S. Guyer 


Barbara A. Haas 


Christine L. Haas 


indianola 


Dallaslown 


Oil City 


Clearfield 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 




History. B S 


Biology, B S. 


Elem Ed , B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Math., B.S, 



101 



Stephanie A. Haber 


Sandra L Haiti 


Susan A Hagie 




Beverly Hamilton 


Mary M. Hancharick 


Aliquipoa 


Verona 


Orbisonia 


Terri A Hall 


Irwin 


Colver 


Criminology, B.A 


Pol, Sci , B A 


Elem. Ed., B.S, 


Connellsville 


Home Ec Ed., B.S. 


French, 8 S. 





Dennis B Harr 
Pleasant Unity 
Pol. Sci., B.A. 



Susan I Harrison 

Sharon 

Speech & Hearing, B.S. 




Joanne Hart 

Williamsport 

Anthro./Soc, B.A. 



Nancy M. 


Hart 


Timothy A. Hart 


lane Hartman 


Erie 




Dillsburg 


Muncy 


Soc./Hist. 


B.A. 


Business, B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Russell G Hazy 
Beaver 



Gayle L Heddens 
S. Williamsport 
Elem Ed , B S 



Karen L Heefner 

Emmaus 

German, B.S. 




Donna L Heider 


Kirk A Heinntz 


Janice L. Heisey 


Punxsutawney 


Trafford 


Mechanicsburg 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Business, B.S. 


Bus. Mgl., B.S. 



i 




Barbara Hintz 
Pittsburgh 




Clifford Hockensmith 

leannette 

Psychology, B.A 




|im Hodge 

New Castle 

Social Science, B.S. 



leanne S Hodgson 
Kittanning 



Janet E. Hoff 



Beverly B. Hoffman 

lohnstown 

Elem Ed., B.S. 



102 



Mark D Hdncy 


Elizdbelh Haralme 






Keith I Han 


Robert Harms 


Ford City 


C:amp Hill 




Sandra L. Hardaway 


Steelton 


Allison Park 


Philiis()(ihv B A 


Rehab. Ed , B.S. 


|oh(l f l.ur MS 


Tarf nfurn 


Bus Mgt 8 s 


Anthropology, B.A 







Kathy L, Hartmann 

Brownsville 

Con. Serv., B.S. 



Ellen I, Hartzell 

Butler 

Criminology, B.A. 




Edward C Hauck 
Falls Creek 
French, B.S. 




Virginia L. Hause 
Rockledge 



Edwin I Havko 
McKees Rocks 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Linda A. Hays 
Spartansburg 
Nutrition, B.S. 




Connie I Hoffman 

Lock Haven 

Natural Sci., B.S. 




lohn Heny 

Rural Valley 

Nutrition, B.S. 



Susan D Hoffman 
St. Marys 




Darlene HIckok 
Mahaffey 



Terry D. Hicks 
Salina 



Richard E Hill 

Butler 
Con. Serv., B.S. 



Patricia L. Hines 
Rockchester 




William R. Hoffman 

St. Marys 

Phys. Ed., B.S, 



Michael K Holbert 

Morrisville, Vermont 

Internat. St., B.A. 



Eric C Holdren 

Philipsburg 
Economics, B.A 



Scott Holland 

W. Conshohocken 

Spanish, B.A. 



103 



Tim P Holland 


Larry j. Mollis 


Linda I Holmes 


Erie 


Osceola Mills 


Clairton 


Special Ed., B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Sociology, B.^. 


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MJmli 


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4Pi 



Tom Mane Homady 

Spangler 

Elem. Ed., B S. 






Vickie A Hoover 
Bedford 



Debra |. Horbiak 
Pittsburgh 
Math., B.S. 




Susan L. Horley 

Harrisburg 
Con. Serv., B.S. 



Douglas C Horner 

lohnstown 

Sociology, B.A. 




David C Huber, 
Reading 



William I. Hulm 
Punxsutawney 





Christine Hull 
Monroeville 
Math., B.S. 



Beverly E Hunia 

Kittanning 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Patricia |. lablonski 

Pittsburgh 

Pol. Sci., B.A. 



Roger S Jacobs 
lohnstown 
Math., B.S. 



Howard M. lames 

Philadelphia 
Sys. Analyst, B.S. 



Sally C. lames 
Pittsburgh 



ludith D Homan 
Hanover 




Mary M- Hoole 
Carbondalp 
History, B A 



Martid L. Hooper 
Easton 
Biology, B.S. 




David L. Hoover 
Chambersburg 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



lames W. Hoover 

Natrona 

Geology, B.A 



Kathleen R. Hoover 
leannette 

Phv Fri , H S 





Gayle |. Hornung 
Pittsburgh 
Art, B.A. 



Vicki K. Hornung 

Erie 
Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



Richard T. Horvatin 

Pillsburgh 

Business, B.S. 



David E. Houser 

West Decatur 

Biology, B.S. 




Denise A. Howell 
Ellwood City 
French, B.S. 




Robert | Hromack 

Windber 
Criminology, B.A. 




William G, Hunter 


Robert ). Husick 


Charles Husko 


Susan R. Hutchins 


Bridget L. Infantino 


Kenneth labbour 


Apollo 


Pittsburgh 


Pt Pleasant Beach, N,|. 


Indiana 


Chicora 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Math., B.S. 




Pol. Sci., B.A. 




Art Ed., B.S. 


Special Ed., B.A. 






David A. lanson 


Phyllis A. Jardine 


lames C lettery 


Darlene M. lerko 


Mark V. levicky 


Tom A. jiamachello 


Erie 


Sarver 


Pittsburgh 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Punxsutawney 


Indiana 


Brockway 
French, B.S. 



105 




Paul E lohner 

Indiana 
Chemistry, B.S, 



Linda M lohns 

Pine Flats 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



lere R. lohnson 

Lancaster 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Leonard j. lohnson 

Boswell 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 





Elain lozwiak 


loAnne C. )urecko 


Gloria 1 Kalac 


Elaine H. Kaminski 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 


Fombell 


N, Versailles 




Bus. Ed., B.S. 




Bus. Ed., B.S. 





C Edward Keller 


Cecile M. Kelley 


loan S, Kelley 


Cheryl L. Kelly 


Waynesboro 


Pittsburgh 


Latrobe 


Pittsburgh 


Criminology, B.A. 


Speech & Hearing, B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 





106 








Patricia A. lohnson 


lean L lohnslon 


Ann L. lones 


H. M. lones 


Brenda lordan 


.Maureen Joyce 


Claysburg 


Pittsburgh 


Irwin 


Irwin 


Dayton 


Pittsburgh 




Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Sociology, B.A. 


Bus. Ed., B.S. 


English, B.S. 





Louis T. Kammski 


Kathleen H. Kanour 


Debra C Keagy 


Tarenlum 


Pittsburgh 


York 


Dist. Ed., B.S. 


Nutrition 





Dorothy E Keefer 
Reading 



Cheryl L. Keener 
Pittsburgh 




Debra A. Kegges 

Penn Hills 

German, B.S. 





Susan E Kelly 


Claire M Kennedy 


leanne C Kennedy 


Douglas Kennell 


William |. Kent 


William 1. Kenworthy 


Hamlin 


Ridgway 


Pittsburgh 


Gettysburg 


McKees Rocks 


Center Square 




Marketing, B.S. 


Social Sci , B.S. 


History, B.A. 




Psychology, B.A 



107 




Mary L, Kephart 



ludith E Kerestes 
Monessen 



Cheryl L. Keser 

Aliquippa 
Med Tech., B S. 




Nancy Lee Kieler 

Pittsburgh 
Psychology, B.A. 



Diana L, Kilgore 

Sharpsville 

Home Ec. Ed , B.S. 



Marilyn |, Kmgweil 

Munhall 
Home Ec Ed., B S. 




Ginni Klekot 
Riverside, N.|. 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Susan K. Knipple 

lohnstown 
Sociology, B.A. 



Suzanne I. Knoll 
Wernersville 
Elem. Ed., B.S 



Thomas A. Kobus 

Monroeville 

Bus Mgt., B.S. 



Robert E. Koch 

Pittsburgh 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Wendy L. Kocher 

Emmaus 

Sociology, B.A. 




John C. Kovacevic 
McKeesport 
Bus. Ed.. B.S. 



Sandy R, Kozlowski 

Elizabeth 

Special Ed., B S 




Kathleen L. Krepp 
Pittsburgh 
Math , B.S. 



lerome D Knshart 

Kersey 

Bus. Mgt , B 5 



Mary L. Knstine 
Brackenridge 



Mary L. Krofchick 
Ambridge 



108 




]udy A. KInsey 
Lansdale 



loseph C Kirchner 
Pittsburgh 
Math., B.A. 




M. Kathleen Kirk 
Castle Shannon 
Psychology, B,A, 



Diana L Kiscadden 

Lebanon 

Nursing, B.S. 



Douglas D. Kitch 

Stevens 

English, B.A. 



layne A. Klein 
Pittsburgh 




Karen A, Kohlhepp 
Rochester 



Steven Kohr 

York 

Criminology, B.A. 



lames K. Koon 

Conemaugh 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



ludith A Kostewicz 
Natrona 



Ten L. Kovach 
Creighton 



Frank Kovacs 

Northampton 

Economics, B A 








Frances M Krupa 


Mary |. Krzanowski 


Carol B. Kuchenbrod 


Elaine Kuczler 


Linda Kula 


Laura A. Kulak 


Munhall 


Uniontovvn 


Vintodale 


McKeesport 


LJniontown 


Lock Haven 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 






Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Art, B.S. 





109 



Edwin D. Kunkle 
Apollo 



Randy C. Kunkle 
Apollo 



Robert H Kunkle 
Apollo 



Daniel I Lanzendorfer 
Feasterville 



Eric j, Larmi 
Monessen 
Bus., B.S. 



Mary L. Larotonda 
Monroeville 



Deborah Lauer 

York 

Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



leffrey E. Lauffer 

Pittsburgh 

Physics, B.S. 



Rachel Kurtz 
Claysburg 




Donna L Laur 
Brentwood 
Nursing, B.S. 




Don R Lee 

Wayne 

Criminology, B.A. 



Lonnie C. Leh 

Nazareth 
Bus Mgt., B.S. 




Lawrence M. Lehman 

Pittsburgh 

Biology, B.S. 




Deborah Lentz 

lohnstown 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Patricia L. Lentz 
Mt. Pleasant 
Nutrition, B.S. 




Mary Lou Leppert 
New Paris 
Math., B.S. 




Gary W. Lindsay 
Kittanning 



Elizabeth Linker 

Allentown 
Elem. Ed., B.S 




Sarah M Linsley 
Derry 




Cynthia A, Litzinger 
Monroeville 




Barbara L. Livingston 

Wexford 

Phys. Ed., B.S. 



Linda C LIzambrj 
New Castle 



110 



Shdrlene Kutthman 


Barl)Hra A Kuykendall 


Deborah O Lahoski 




Thomas G Lambert 


Karen L Landsperger 


Hopwood 


Walsontown 


Stockdale 


Thomas S. Laird 


Pittsburgh 


West Newlon 


Speech & Hearing, B S 


Soriologv. B A 


Math , BS 


York 


PoL Sci , B A. 


Psvrtinlogv R A 







N 



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:^cmiu.. V 



mm' 

in r:- iS'Rii;:'.'.;:;-;--.-. v 






Nancy M, Laurenzi 


Laurel S. Lawton 


Dennis Leahey 


lames P Lear 


.Michael N. Leard 


Wendy L. Let 


Aliqulppa 




Indiana 
Safety Sci., B.S. 


Pittsburgh 
Biology, B.S. 


Worthlngton 


Pittsburgh 




Mary H. Lever 


Bruce Levine 


)ohn E Leyenberger 


Larry D Lightfoot 


Margaret L Lightner 


Barbara J. Lincoln 


Penn Hills 


Harrisburg 


Warminster 


Monroeville 


Ebensburg 


Pittsburgh 


Nursing, B.S. 


History, B.A. 


Safety Mgt., B.S. 




Speech & Hearing, B S. 







Nancy Lloyd 


Linda S Lockhart 


Antony Lodovico 


Margaret M Logan 


Wayne A. Logue 


ludy A Lonchar 


Johnstown 


Kittanning 


Penn Hills 


Camp Hill 


johnsonburg 


CibsonJa 


Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 


Elem. Ed , B.S. 


Psychology 




Elem. Ed., B.S. 





111 





Larry N. Long 




Susan A- Lowell 




Vivian Lozana 


lames D Long 


Sharon 


Dean R. Looney 


Clearfield 


lanet L Lowrey 


Blairsville 


Kittanning 


Psychology 


Pilt'^burgh 


Math,, B,S, 


Fnedons 


Psychology, B.S 









Yvonne M. Luketich 


David E. Lutz 


Donna Lynn Lynam 


Gene S. Lysick 


Nancy MacConnell 


Alan S. Maciejewski 


Charleroi 


Wernersville 


West Mifflin 


Ambridge 


Broomall 


Philadelphia 


Russian, B,S. 


Accounting, B S 


Economics, B.A. 




Math., B.S. 


Criminology, B.A. 




Mary T. Magliocco 

Cheswick 

Elem Ed., B.S 




Dick C. Magolis 
Punxsutawney 
Pers. Mgt., B.S. 



Kathleen D Mahler 
Hooversville 




Elizabeth A Malay 
Verona 




\\ illiani P Mancuso 
Lebanon 



Noralyn Manning 
Pittsburgh 




Josephine 1. Martini 

Homer City 

Elem. Ed., B.S 




Cindv M. Md.iU 



Rdlfih I Malarazzo 

Trafford 

Urban & Reg Plan , B.S 



Lou Ann Mathieu 
New Tripoli 



Lindd G, Mdtko 

Monessen 

Biology, B.S. 



Paula G. Matovick 

Springdale 

Special Ed., B.S 



112 



Sherry Lucas 

Indiana 
Elem Ed., B S. 



Marsha A Luckey 
Connellsville 
Elem Ed., B.S. 



Michele Luczak 

Vandergrifl 
Psychology, B.A. 



Anne E Lulgard 

RiMiiirlL' 



Pattie A luichr 




William B. Mack 


E. Margaret MacMinn 


Susan I. MacNabb 


Punxsutawney 


Williamsport 


Oreland 




Soc/Anthro,, B.S. 


Home Ec Ed., B.S. 



Patricia R. Macus 

Duquesne 

English, B.S, 



Beniamin F. Mader 

Crantville 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Barbara A. Maffit 

Eat robe 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 





Elaine Marince 


Debra L. Marinelli 


Robert L Marion 


Wendelyn M. Marko 


.Maria .A. Markovich 


Colleen Martin 


Allquippa 


Pittsburgh 


St. Benedict 


McKees Rocks 


Windber 


lohnstown 






Geoscience, B S. 




Chemistry, B.S. 


Pol. Sci., B.A. 







Rz»* n 



Louis G. Matsick 


Karen L Matter 


loan Vldl thews 


Oawna |. Matyas 


Ellen A. Mauk 


Russell |. Maxwell 


Indiana 


Millersburg 


Pittsburgh 


New Kensington 


Pittsburgh 


Orwigsburg 


Criminology, B.A. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Special Ed . B.S. 


Spanish, B A. 


Psychology, B A. 





113 



Diane L Mayers 
I r\\ I n 





Cheryl McLaughlin 

Port Allegany 

French, B.S 



Keith C Maynal 
lohnstown 



/. L. 



Sherry McNeil 

Oakmont 
Spanish, B.S 



Susan L. Mazza 

Lower Burrell 

Speech & Hearing, B S. 




Mary A McCall 

Lititz 

German, B.S. 



Anne McCandless 

Pittsburgh 
Home Ec Ed., B.S. 





Colleen A. McCarthy 
Cresson 




Marsha L. McCoy 

McKeesport 

Special Education, B.S 




Cretchen L. McCracken 

Ambridge 

Med. Tech., B.S. 



Rubt'il B MiLieary 

New Castle 

Art, B.A. 



Karen L McDermont 
Bethel Park 




Pamela |. McElroy 

Karns City 

Elem. Ed, BS 



lack McElroy 
Creensburg 




Betty M. McFarland 

Baden 

Bus. Mgt , B S 




Patricia K. McGinnis 
Creensburg 



114 



David R, McClintork 

Doylestown 
Intern Studies, B.A 



loseph McDonald 

Whitehall 

Biology, B S 



Daniel W McDonnell 

Blakely 

Urban Reg Planning, B.S 



D L. McGann 

Punxsutawney 

English, B A 



Linda McKendry Deborah L. McKenery 

Sharon Canonsburg 

Con. Serv., B.S Criminology, B A 




CaraleneVV XKCIaIn Lawrence H, McClure Wayne F. McCollough 

New Kensington leannette Chicora 



Robert D. McConnell 
New Castle 



Kathleen M McCord 
Birdsboro 



Ina V, .McCormick 
Sarver 




Cathy A. McDonald 
Uniontown 




Debra L. McDonald 



Thomas k \kLJovvell 

Lincoln Llniversity 

Biology, B.S, 




Kathy A. McElhinny 
West Mifflin 
French, B.A. 




lUE; 



lohn I. McEllicott 

Pittsburgh 
Accounting, B.S. 




Dons I. McElroy 
Dillinger 




Gary R. McGough 
Pittsburgh 



Susan B. Mclnlyre 

lohnstown 

Con. Serv., B.S. 



leann McKnight 
Irwin 



Patrick G. McMahon 
Carnegie 




Sherry L. McNeil 

Oakmont 

Spanish, B.A. 



115 






kathy 1 McWilliams 


|U'I\ (_) MtMli 


Nancy ). Mehler 


Mary K Meighen 


Tionesta 


North East 
Con. Serv., B.S. 


Erie 


KIttanning 




Gloria G Metzler 
Curryville 



loseph A Miteli, )r. 

York 

Bus Mgt,, B.S. 




lanet Mihalacki 

lohnstown 

B.S. 




Edward ). Mihalacki 

lohnstown 

Phys. Ed , B.S. 




(.hns \ \liil.jr 
leannette 




\ 



\ 



lames W. Miller 

Titusville 

Crim /Pol. Sci,. B.A. 




leannette L Miller 
Tarentum 




loseph D. Miller 

Lancaster 
Special Ed., B.S. 



116 




Marilyn K. Mellors 
Youngwood 



lames Mentch 

Penn Run 
Bus, Mgt , B.S. 



Robert C Merman 
Pittsburgh 




Virginia M. Mertz 
Pittsburgh 
Math., B.A. 




Robert |, Messina 
Ellwood City 



Carl Metosky 

Pittsburgh 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Leonard A Mihalich 

Monessen 

Criminology, B.A. 




Stephanie G. Mihalyov 
Blalrsville 



Robert A. MIkita 

Pittsburgh 

Bus Mgt., B.S. 





Lisa Mikol 


Michael C. Miiadin 


Penny M. Milbrand 


Nazareth 


Indiana 


Harrisburg 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 


Phychology, B.A. 


Home Ec. Ed , B.S. 




Lauren K. Miller 
Reno 




Margery Miller 

Greensburg 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Raymond I. Miller 

Irwin 
Criminology, B.A 



Roberta L. Miller 
Franklin 




Sally L. Miller 
Barnesboro 



Thomas H. Miller 
N. Huntingdon 
Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



117 







4 i 



Virginia E. Miller 


William D Miller 


William O. Miller 


lohn F Millner 


Rodney ), Minank 


Denise A, Mindo 


Greensburg 


Prosperity 


St Marys 


E Bndgewater, Mass. 


Leechburg 


Indiana 


Elem. Ed., B S. 


Social Science, B.S. 




Social Science, B.S. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Pol. Sci., B.A. 




Karen | Moffat 

Pittsburgh 
Elem. Ed . B S. 



Karen S. Mohr 

Greenville 

Psychology, B.A. 




losephine A. Mojock 
Masontown 




Clifford M. Moll 

Library 

Pol. Sci., B.A. 



)ohn A Monteleone 
Butler 




L. loy Morandi 

Indiana 

French, B.S. 




Howard E. Moser, |r. 

Erie 

Music, B.S. 




Randall W. Meyer 
Robinson 
Math., B.S. 




Laura R, Mucci 

Lucerne Mines 

Math , B.S. 




Marsha M. Mueller 

Pittsburgh 

Elem Ed, B.S. 




Debra A. Mullen 

Midland 
Con. Serv , B.S. 



Deborah K. Mummert 
FHarrisburg 



18 



<aren L, Minnich 


Denise A. Mirhndola 


Patricia A Mitchell 


Ronald S. Mitrik 


Stephen W Mi^wa 


Cheryl L. Modaffare 


Tower City 


Leechburg 


Beaver Falls 


Duquesne 


New Eagle 


Falls Creek 


Elem^ Ed„ B.S. 






Bus Mgt., B.S. 


Sociology, B.A. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 






Fred 1, Morelli, |r. 


Deborah A Morhac 


D K. Morrow 


lanet L, Mortimer 


Barry R, Moser 


Wayne D, Moser 


Ambridge 


Ford City 


Temple 


Rimersburg 


Richlandlown 


Masontown 


Bus Mgt , B S. 




Music, B.S. 




Biology, B.S. 


Bus Mgt., B.S. 







Alice H Munn 


lanna Mundis 


Carolyn T Murphy 


David T. .Murra> 


Richard 1, Muriha 


Carol E Myers 


Pitts 


Indiana 


Pittsburgh 


W. Homestead 


West Mifflin 


York 


Social Science, B S. 


English, B.A. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 


English, B A. 


Math., B A. 





119 



Sally A. Naust 




lanice C. Neal 

Homer City 

Home Ec. Ed., B S. 




Paula I. Neel 
Monroeville 
Nutrition, B.S, 



Nancy A. Nelson 
Pittsburgh 





Kathryn |. Nichol 

Rochester 

Elem, id. B.S. 



R D Ogleby 

Newtown 

Psychology, B.A. 



Edward C- Nichols 

VVilliamsport 
SocVPsych., B.A. 




Kyle S. Ogline 
Somerset 




Priscilla Nieto 



Donna Ohie 

Erie 

Psychology, B.A. 





Kathy L. OKeane 

Monroeville 

Con. Serv., B.S. 






i 


m 


lohn R Noe 




Laura L. Noel 


Wilkinsburg 




Kittanning 


Bus. Mgt.. B.S. 




Math., B S. 




Susan L Oleiniczak 
Pittsburgh 




Debra j. Nogee 

Sandy Lake 

Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 




Katherine C. Oliver 
Ellwood City 







Geraldine A Owens 


Barbara Oxenreiter 


Roberta A. Pace 


lohn H. Pacelh 


Greg E Palchak 


Geraldine G. Pallante 


Flanders, N.j. 


Monroeville 


Pittsburgh 


leannette 


Tralford 


Aliquippa 




Con. Serv., B.S 




Math., B.A. 




Elem. Ed., B.S. 



120 



Christopher |. Nesbitl 
lohnslown 



Daniel A. Nettling 
Steelton 



lulla A. Newcomer 
Waynesboro 




Karen Nolan 
S. Creensburg 
Elem Ed , B.S. 



)im O'Connor 
Churchill 
Art, B.S. 



Mary E OKeefe 

Glenshaw 
Special Ed , B.S. 



David A. Newcomer 

Columbia 

Criminology, B A 



-wfatefw yj P 




._J^. 



lohn E. O'Neill 

Swissvale 
Bus. Mgt , B.S 



Larry E. Newcomer 
Glen Rock 

Math BS 



Cheryl A. Newton 
Girard 



Mill' P<^ 



'^S\''. 






David M Obert 

Bellefonte 
Elem. Ed , B.S 



Anfjrp.i I (J'_epek 
Clearidge 






Charles Olson 

Glenshaw 

Art, B.S, 



Margaret M. Olson 

Ridgway 

Psychology, B.A. 



Maureen O'Meara 
Sharon 



lames R ONorad 

Pittsburgh 
Psychology, B.A. 




Donald L. Orlowski 
New Kensington 



Deborah I Owens 
McKeesport 
Bus Ed., B.S. 




Richard L Panrerev 

Erie 

Sociology, B.A. 




Sally Pappalard 

Butler 

Spanish, B.A. 




Beverly D. Parker 

Chicora 
Home Ec Ed., B.S. 



David M. Pasterick 
Belle Vernon 





Christine Patton 

McGrann 

Elem, Ed , B.S. 



u 1 \ Paulone 

jeannette 
Elem Ed., B.S. 



121 





Roberta M. Payak 


Barbara L. Peach 


Diane M Peduto 


Linda R Pegg 


loanne M. Peplowsl<i 


loan M Pavilonis 


lohnstown 


New Florence 


Carnegie 


McMurray 


New Castle 


McDonald 


Music, B S. 


Spcecli & Hearing, B,S, 


Math , B.S. 


Phys. Ed., B-S, 


Bus Ed, B.S. 










Linda C Peters 


Donna L Petersen 


^HB Sandra A Petroka 


loseph Pet rone 


Richard |. Petrosky 


Roxanne E. Pfost 


Woodland 


Murrysville 


^^H Fayette City 


Hempstead, N.). 
Earth/Space Sci , B.S. 


Homer City 


Monroeville 
Home Ec Ed , B S 




Edward |, Plowcha 


Monica M Podhurcdk 


Barbara A Polilo 


Deborah L Pollard 


lames G Pollock 


Barbara A Ponist 


Homer City 


Springdale 


Uniontown 


Kittanning 


Homer City 


Duquesne 


Social Science, B.S. 




Con Serv. B.S. 




Criminology, B.A. 


Nursing, B.S. 





122 






Gary A. Pricer 


lerry K Prokay ^^H 


Candace H Prosser 


Vicki L Purvis 


Paula M Puskaric 


Annette A Quatrini 


Greensburg 


West Mitflin ^^H 


Pittsburgh 


Evans City 


McKeesporl 


Sayre 


Elem. Ed., 8 S. 


^^1 




Bus Ed, BS. 


Bus. Mgt , B.S. 


Elem. Ed , B S. 



Michael A. Porgar 


lanet M. Perithak 


Bruce E. Peroney 


Ron Perry 


Janet Peterchak 


Barbara ). Peters 


Trafford 


W. Mifflin 


Belle Vernon 


Pittsburgh 


Portage 


Irwin 


Biology, B.A. 


Elem Ed , BS 


Art, B.S. 


Pol. Sci., B.A 


SpoM.il Fd R S 


Elem. Ed , B.S. 








Patricia L. Pgorsich 




Debra L. Phillips 
Apollo 



Gail E. Phillips 
Butler 



loseph M. Piescik 
Wethersfield, Conn 



Sandra L Pielrusza 
Manor 




Wanda I Pinchock 

New Alexandria 

Bus. Ed., B.S. 




loyce R. Popich 

McDonald 
Con Serv , B.S. 




Neil I Postas 

Erie 
Phys Ed., B.S. 



Glenn G. Powell 
Sayre 



Larry A. Powell 
Pittsburgh 



Patricia I Powell 

lohnstown 

Elem Ed., B.S. 




Paula M- Previle 
Spangler 




Thomas E Queer 

Greensburg 
Criminology, B A 



Debby E. Quillen 
Reading 



Lfonard S. Rado 

Homer City 

Earth/Space Scl., B.S. 




Genevieve L Randour 

McDonald 

Phys Ed.. B S. 




Elaine M, Ranier 
Aliquippa 
Math., B S. 



Renee M Rankin 
Washington 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



123 



Catherine L. Rash 

Homer City 

Phvs Pd B '^ 




Suzanne E. Rauer 

Dunmore 

English, B A. 



Kenneth G Rauscher 

Philadelphia 

Criminology, B A 



Barbara Reagan 

Reading 
Psychology, B.A. 





Barbara E. Reiter 

Lederach 

Chem , B 5 



Kathleen L Relich 
Ford City 



Sigrid E. Rettger 

Churchill 

Home Ec Ed , B S, 



Linda K- Rextord 
Beaver Falls 




Shirley A. Ritter 
Littlestown 




Susan L Rittler 
Pittsburgh 
French, B S. 



Patricia A. Rivet 
Meshoppen 



Robert D. Robbins 

Industry 
Criminology, B.A 




Mark N Koinig ^ 

Bechtelsville 

Music, BS, 



Sheila A. Romutis 
Pittsburgh 




loyce T Rorabaugh 
Latrobe 




Barbara |. Rosa 

Bethel Park 
Elem Ed,, BS, 



124 



lacqueline M. Retker 


loanne Regolti 




Barbara A. Reimers 


Laura A. Reis 




lerome 


leannette 


Derek G. Reigner 


Clenshaw 


Bluebell 


Shirley I. Reiter 


Nutrition, B.S. 


Con Serv , B S. 


Pennsburg 


Math., B.S 


Soc, /Psych,, B.A 


Marlon Center 








Gail L. Richardson 


Sue Richey 


Elizabeth A. Riedel 


Theresa A. Rigard 


leffrey 1. Rissell 


Carol L Ritacco 


Lansdowne 


Kittanning 


Yoe 


St. Marys 


Allentown 


Donora 


Con Serv . B.S, 


Bus. Ed , B.S. 


English, B A 




Bus Mgt., B.S. 


Spanish, B.S. 








lackie Robinson 


Carol I. Rockacy 


Maryann M Rod|om 


William R, Rodwick 


David Rogers 


Diane L Romano 


Mammoth 


Venetia 


Donora 


Ambridge 


Glenshaw 


Tyrone 


Bus. Mgt , B.S. 




Elem Ed , B.S. 


Bus Admin., B.S 


Social Science, B.S. 


Bus Mgt., B.S. 





Lois 1 Rosage 


Karen L Rosenlelder 


Rick Rosensteel 


Stanley M. Rosenthal 


Elizabeth M Ross 


loan M Ross 


lohnstown 


Pittsburgh 


Mt. Union 


Levittown 


Spring Church 


Elizabeth 


Psychology, B.S. 


Speech & Hearing, B S. 


History, B S. 


Elem Ed , B.S. 




Music, B.S. 



125 





Maria Rossetti 

Buena Vista 

Elenr Ed., B,S. 



Lynn D- Rossey 
Scottdale 



Pat A. Rost 
McKeesport 
English, B S. 



Brian C, Roth 

Indiana 
Earth Sci,, B,S, 





Rose Ann M Ruoti 

Pittsburgh 

Spanish, B S, 



Glenda K Rupert 
Shelocta 



Sally L Rupert 
.Avonmore 
Math , B.S. 



Patricia A. Ruschak 
Herminie 




Canielle P. Santella 

Pittsburgh 

Spanish. B A 




Patricia Santy 
Murrysville 



Laura A Savelli 
Erie 



Paula L. Scarberry 
Harrisburg 



126 



Dt'borah M Roup 


Paulelte M Roy 


Eileen Rozzi 


Charlene S. Rultaner 


Charlene S Rultaner 


Charles E. Runquist 


Washington 


Penndel 


New Castle 


Worthlngton 


Worthlngton 


Yardley 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 




French, B.S. 


Bus Ed., 8 S. 


Bus. Ed., B.S. 


Psychology, B.A. 




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Paul Ruzomberka, |r 


led .\, Rymarz 


Thomas R, Satia 


Clara O. Salvi 


Bruce L. Sanders 


Roberta |. Sandrock 


Pittsburgh 


N. Versailles 


Classport 


Russellton 


S. Williamsport 


Pittsburgh 




Music, B.S. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 






Elem. Ed , B.S. 








lames K. Scarnati 


Marsha M. Shaelfer 


Kfilh W Schi'idt'riianllr 


Amy Schelat 


Carolyn Schoening 


Shirley |. Schofield 


Pittsburgh 


York 


Harmony 


West Mifflin 


Pittsburgh 


New Kensington 


Bus Mgt , B.S. 






Elem Ed., B S. 


French, B.A. 





127 




1 ! 



Carol A. Schratz 

Pittsburgh 

Art, B.S, 



Eileen V. Schroedir 
Pittsburgh 




Christine M Schur 
W Mifflin 
Math., BS, 



Douglas Schwab 

Oil City 
Bus. Adm., B.S. 




Karen A. Scott 

Wexford 
Sociology, BS. 




Anthony L Segulin, |r 

Smethport 

Bus. Mgt.. BS. 




Patricia M Shannahan 

Oil Citv 

Elem Ed , BS. 



Margaret A. Shannon 

Johnstown 

Nutrition, B S 




Kathleen M. Sheply 
Pittsburgh 




Patricia A Sheppeck 

Renfrew 

Elem Ed., BS. 



Rhonda j Sherman 

Butler 
Home Ec- Ed,, B S. 



loliet L Shields 




luanne ^A Shutls 

Freeport 

Elem Ed , B S. 




Ann K Sicheri 

Kersey 

Home Ec Ed , BS, 




Karen L Siegrist 
Erie 



Penny j Silstaee 
S. Williamsport 



Sheri K Simmons 
Ford City 



Michael r. Sims 

Levittown 
Bus. Mgt., BS. 



128 







Mary A. Sekerak 


William Sekusky 


Debra |. Semyan 


Thomas I. Senn 


Pamela A. Serecin 


Joseph 1 Shaffer 


Corry 


Pittsburgh 


Mechanicsburg 


Carnegie 


Aliquippa 


Bethel Park 




Social Science, B.S. 


Social Science, B.S. 


Safety Mgt., B.S. 


Psychology, B.S. 









Francis L. Shoaf 


Richard A Shoemaker 


Amy K. Shope 


Kathy Shope 


Vicki L. Shroder 


leanne L. Shuster 


Uniontown 


Peach Bottom 


Munhall 


Munhall 


Pitcairn 


Greensburg 


Math., B.S. 


Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Nursing, B.S. 


Med. Tech., B.S 




Speech & Hearing, B.S 




Ardelle M. Singer 
Enola 




Stephen L Singer 
Indiana 




Ronald Sistek 

Latrobe 

Psychology 




David A. Skellle 
Erie 



Kathleen M. Skoff 

Pittsburgh 
Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



led Skolits 

Flemington, N.|. 

Systems Analy., B.S. 



129 



Paul N. Smocer 

McKeesport 

Bus. Mgl , B.S. 



sherwyn R Slater 

Pittsburgh 

Con. Serv., B.S. 



Richard A. Smalstig 

Glenshaw 

Bus Mgt,, B.S. 



Anita I. Smylnyckv 

Colver 

Con. Serv., B S 



Christopher Sobell 

Wexlord 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Kathleen M. Sobeta 
Graceton 



Patricia A Smelko 

Cecil 
Psychology, B A. 




Bernard D. Sokolsky 

Boswell 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Deborah A Smiley 

Mt Lebanon 

Art, B.S. 





Kimberly Solano 
Monroevllle 
Music, B.S. 




Cynthia R Stang 
Valencia 



Linda A Stark 
Monroevllle 



Anna I Stouffer 
IncJiana 




Thomas S. Stouffer 
Indiana 



Patricia L Stavor 
Duquesne 



Marcia L. Stearman 
New Kensington 




m 






David R Stewart 

Penn Hills 

Ed Mental. Retard , B S 




John K. Stewart 




William I. Stickler 

Tamaqua 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 




Susan A Stokes 

leannefte 
Con. Serv., B.S. 



Christine A Stone 
New Holland 



Kathryn A. Stossel 

Lilly 
Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 



130 



Debordh I Smith 




Jacqueline D Smith 


leffrey L Smith 




Samuel Smith 


Glassport 


Dottie L Smith 


Indiana 


BracJenvili 


Jerri L. Smith 


Philadephia 


Bus Mgt., B.S. 


Greenville 


Speech & Hearing, B S 


Bus Mm , B.S 


Beaver Falls 


BA 










Helen M. Solomchak 


Anita Spekis 


Karen A Spishock 


Debra L Stack 


Sally E. Stack 


Linda D. Stahl 


Carnegie 


Vandergrift 


Belle Vernon 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh 


Ellwood City 


Bus Ed., B.S. 




Spanish, B.S. 


Con Serv., B.S. 


Elem Ed., B S. 


Home Ec. Ed., B.S. 







Cheryl A. Steele 


Richard C Steele 


Scott W Steele 


Christina R Steenweg 


Albert |. Stein 


lames A. Stenson 


Pittsburgh 


Bethel Park 


Pittsburgh 


Indiana 


lohnstown 


McKeesporl 


Nursing, B.S. 




Bus Mgt., B.S. 


Elem. Ed.. B.S. 










-w 




loann M. Stotlemyer 


Rita A Stroka 


Catherine L. Straka 


Rochelle D Strossner 


Cayle L Stuckrath 


)udv L Stumpf 


Pittsburgh 


.Murrysville 




Lewisburg 


Pittsburgh 


Palmyra 


Special Ed., B.S. 


Math., B.S. 











131 



Mary A. Sutton 


Wiiliam Suvvinsk 


Pittsburgh 


Emeigh 


Con Serv , B S 


Elem. Ed, B.S. 





Val|ean Swanson 

Murrysville 
Con Sprv . B '^ 



lohn C. Swauger 

Indiana 

Bus Mgt , B S 



Richard Sweeney 
Pittsburgh 




David Sweitzer 

Sharon 

Biology, B S, 





Pamela A. Tamenne Colleen S, Tantorno 

Plum Boro Windber 

Ed. Mental Retarded, B.S. Home Ec Ed , B S 




Tara M Tatananni 
Vandergrift 
English, B.S. 



Darlene A. Tatrn 

Creighton 
Home Ec Ed , B S. 



Beverly E. Tauter 

Pittsburgh 

Phys. Ed., B.S. 



Barbara L. Taylor 

Creensburg 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 




Carol Thierwechter 

Lebanon 

Rehab Ed, B S. 




sherry L. Thomas 

Oil City 

Bus. Ed , B S. 






Patricia Thompson 


Lynn A. Threnhauser 


Martin A. Tpatlas 


Mary Lou Tomko 


North Versailles 


Pittsburgh 


Dillsburg 


Pulaski 


Elem Ed , BS 


Spanish, B.S. 








Richard L. Trmclisti 


Christine A 1 npson 


Lu Anne Troy 


Kyra M. Troyan 


loy K. Truax 


Ronald A. Furak 


Apollo 


Pittsburgh 


Sandy Lake 


Sewickley 


McConnellsburg 


Pittsburgh 


Criminology, 8. A 




Math , B.S. 









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Brenda M Switzer 

Mifflintown 

Art, B S. 



Stephen A, Szallay 

Clarksvllle 

Bus MKt , B.S. 




Mary F. Szkotnicki 
Erie 



Daniel I Szmyd 

Glassport 
Bus MKt , B S. 




Kenneth K. Tabish 

McKeesporl 

Sociology, B A 



Susan E. Taksa 
Washington 
Elem Ed . B S 









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Denise Taylor 
Connellsville 
Nursing, B.S. 



Gregg R. Taylor 

New Cumberland 

Pol. Sci., B.S 



Elaine M Teichart 
Duquesne 



Christine C Tenerowicz 

Ford City 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Melanie ) Tesauro 

McKeesport 

Elem Ed., B.S. 



Joseph Tewksbury 

Meshoppen 
Criminology, B.A. 








Barbara I Toth 

Coatesville 
Elem. Ed., B.S. 



Carole A. Toth 

Johnstown 
Chemistry, B.S. 



Karen P Traeger 
Library 



Dianne Trawinsky 

Leechburg 

tiem. Ed , B.S. 



Martin G. Treasure 

Bolivar 

Bus. Mgt., B.S. 



Linda L Trebilcox 




Linda C Turnbull 


Susan M Tuscano 


lane A. Urban 


Debbie A. Urosek 


Sharon A. Usnick 


Barbara A. Vahner 


Pitcairn 


Meyersdale 


Indiana 


Connellsville 


Bridgeville 




Med. Tech., B.S. 








Con. Serv., B.S. 





133 



Tom Van Dyke 

Bessemer 
Nutrition, B.S. 



Lindbergh Van Reuter Catherine M. Vancheri 
Philadelphia Pittsburgh 



Thomas B Varga 

Morrisville 
Psychology, B.A. 








Nancy Vito 


ludith M, Voelker 


Margaret L. Voipe 


Eileen B Vrabel 


Ambndge 


Pittsburgh 


Wilmerding 


Portage 


Med. Tech,, B,S. 


Home Ec, Ed., B.S. 


Elem Ed., B.S. 


Nutrition, B.S. 






Joyce L, Walters 


Robert E. Waltz 


Robert Wargo 


Barry Warren 


Warren 


Washington 


Bristol 


Indiana 




Bus. Mgt., B.S. 


Social Science, B.S. 


Criminology, B.A 





rieanor B Weary 


Patricia I Webb 


)an Weinheimer 


Richard Weiskerger 


Camp Hill 


Coraopolis 


Pittsburgh 


Williamsport 






Con. Serv., B.S. 


Spanish, B.S. 



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Albert M Vargesko 
Monroeville 



Colleen Veneri 

Trafford 

Nursing, B.S. 



Sandi L Vensel 
KltlanniriH 



Gail S Verbeke 


lack Vickroy 


Mary C. Vincent 


Erie 


Murrysville 


N. Versailles 


Math , B S 


Ac ((Hinting, B A 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 











Gloria L Wacker 


Kirk A, Wagner 


Mary E. Walker 


Linda S Wallis 


Elaine Walls 


Terrence L. Walter 


Johnstown 


Murrysville 


Clearfield 


Hughesville 


New Castle 


Lebanon 


German, B.S. 


Art, B.S. 


Elem. Ed., B.S. 






Bus. Mgt., B.S. 







Steven H Warren 


Douglas Walkins 


Donald Watkins 


Gary M Watson 


Peggy 1 Watson 


Robert | Wawer 


Muncy 


Bradford 


Pottslown 


Natrona Heights 




York 


History. B.S. 


Pol. Sci., B.A. 


Dist Ed., B.S. 


Systems Analysis, B.S. 




Bus. Mgt., B.S. 








leffrey S. Weiss 


Nancy C. Werntges 


Richard Weron 


Sue E Weyman 


Kathleen A. Whitcraft 


Debra A White 


Pittsburgh 


Duquesne 


Carnegie 


Zelienople 


New Cumberland 


Indiana 


Pol. Sci.. B.A. 


Nursing. B.S. 


Computer Sci.. B.S. 


English, B.A. 




Biology. B.S. 



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Scott A Whitehead 
Pittsburgh 



Lee I. Whltmere 

Mt. Holly Springs 

Urban Reg, Plan., B.S. 





Maureen L. VVingtield 
New Stanton 




Jeanne F, WInschel 

Pittsburgh 
Home Ec Ed, B.S. 




Christina Wiser 

Cirard 

Math , B S 




Kenneth D. Witmer 
Hollldaysburg 




Lucille M Yakulis 
E. Vandergritt 
Elem Ed , B.S. 



Cynthia L. Yanek 

N Versailles 

Speech & Hearing, B.S. 




Patricia L. Yearm 

Plum Boro 

Phys. Ed., B.S. 



Ruth E. Yesenosky 




loyce F. Yutzey 
lohnstown 







lames G. Yvorra 
Portersville 
English, B.A. 




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David M. Zacur 

Indiana 
Phys. Ed., B.S. 




Cynthia L. Zajec 

Homer City 

Elem Ed., B.S. 



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Eileen Wiegel 



Kerry L Wilkie 

Pittsburgh 
Psyth./Phil . B A 



Kathryn D. Wilkif 

Canonsburg 
Home Eg Ed , B S 



Helen A. Wittas 
Carnegie 



Randy S. Wolfinger 

Easton 
Social Science, B.S. 



Mary M Wonsevicz 
Langeloth 



Nancy S Williams 

Homer City 
Med., Tech , B.S, 




Sharon E Work 
Mill Run 



Susan Williams 

Ingomar 
Con Serv , B S 




Linda A. Yacisin 
Portage 



Leonard Wilson 

Levitlovvn 

Dist Ed., B S 





Mary Ann Yaksich 
Bethel Park 




Kathleen A. Yoder 
Fleetwood 



Barbara A Yoest 
Sharon 



Alice I- Yordana 
Clenwilliard 



Charles W. Yost 

Etters 
Geography, B.A. 



Elizabeth S. Younkin 




Helen C. Yurkovich 
Scenery Hill 
Bus. Ed., B.S. 




lohn C Zepp III 
York Springs 
Pol. Sci., B.S. 



Nancv M. Zerfoss 

Conneaul Lake 

English. B.A. 



Karen M. Zick 
Burgettstown 



Mary M Zoffuto 

Indiana 

Dist. Ed., B.S. 



Kim A. Zuravleft 

Erie 

Elem. Ed., B.S. 



C T. Miller 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Douglas Alan Watkins r-' 

President 



Vicki Lynn Purvis 



Secretary-Treasurer 




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ADMINISTRATION 
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A wise sage once observed that the secret to happiness was to achieve one's goal and then to enjoy it. 
For the past four years you have been undergoing the experience of obtaining a college education, the 
fruits of which you now hopefully will enjoy. Also, in retrospect, you will recollect many happy 
memories, associations, and events at lUP which this year's edition of the OAK will help you recall more 
vividlv. 



With every good wish for your future success and happiness, I am 



Most cordially yours. 




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William W. Hassler 
President 



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Bernard Ganley 
Administrative 
Vice President 





Bernard Gilis 

Vice President ot Academics 



Trevor Hadley 

Vice President of 

Student Affiars 






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Isadore Lenglet 
Vice President of 
'kft^'*'**® University Development 





George Murdoch 

Vice President of 

Finances 





Robert Warren 
Vice President of 
University Services 



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Cleo McCracken 
Dean of Women 



Ronald Thomas 
Dean of Men 







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lohnie Craves 

Assist. Dean of Women 



lohn Frank 
Asst. Dean of Men 





Sherrill Kuckuk 

Assist. Dean of Women 



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Assist. Dean of Men 




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William Becker 
Dean of Fine Arts 



|ohn Chellman 
Dean of Health Services 





Kathleen Jones 

Dean of Home Economics 



Francias McGovern 
Dean of Arts and Sciences 



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Elwood Sheeder 
Dean ot Business 



George Stouffer 
Dean of Education 



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lames Laughlin 

Associate Dean of Students 



Fred Dakak 
Dean of Admissions 



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to any faculty members not included in this 
year's edition. We tried to make the section 
more informal but due to a lack of staff 
photographers and time we had to over- 
look some faculty. Again we apologize and 
hope the rest of the book is up to standard. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




1. Ms, ludith Miladin 

2. Mr. Patrick McCarthy 
3 Dr. Stanford Tackett* 

4. Dr. Thomas Goodrich* 

5. Dr. William Hassler 

6. Mr. Gary Gates* 

7. Mr. Carl Wyant 

8. Hon. Patrick Stapleton 

9. Henry Mitchell, M.D. 



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THE DATING GAME 






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204 





a teenager in love? 



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215 



ORGANIZATIONS 




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JUDO CLUB 




1. D. Dengler 

2. D. O'Brien 

3. S. Dacey 

4. C. Prenatt 

5. D, Miller 

6 L Hempfield 

7 T Hoge 

8. C Mickens 
9 D Strange 



10. B Prenatt 

11. Holly 

12. D. Lightcap 

13. C. Guth 

14. I, Begiey 

15. D. Cortese 

16. R. Weinert 

17. I. Kallster 

18. C Flamm 




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X-ATHLETIC CLUB 




219 



ACTIVITIES BOARD 



1. T. Leventry 

2. L. Capp 

3. S. Previte 

4. L. Ross 

5. R. McCullagh 

6. D Horner 

7. R. Kushigian 



8. I- Hall 

9. C. Croyle 
10. K. Woodhan 
11). Visco 

12. A. Pagni 

13. S. Axford 

14. I. Kissez 



220 




ALPHA DELTA Pi 




r C. Appleton 

2. A. Cancelmo 

3. D. Cyrus 

4. C. McMichael 

5. M. Guinivan 

6. V. Lokmer 

7. L. Campbell 

8. E. Drwinga 

9. M. Gromicko 



10 G, Bodimer 

1 1. I. Fanus 

12. N. Meyers 

13. L. Rembold 

14. P, Sendure 

15. D. Morris 

16. S. Tobin 

17. S, Aul 

18. D. Kolumban 




222 



ALPHA PHI 





1. K. Kelly 


11 N. Francis 


21. S. Waldin 


2. D. Goss 


12. C. Byers 


22. ). Ortenzo 


3. C. Franics 


13. S. McNabb 


23. L. DIMaria 


4. M. Flasick 


14. M. Tesauro 


24. T. Carpinello 


5. J. Hurrianko 


15. S. Colt 


25. W. Heubach 


6. ). Waclowski 


16. S. Didonato 


26. A Kavinski 


7 K. Whittaker 


17 C. Swart wood 


27. B. Seckman 


8 M. Obusek 


18 K Shearer 


28. K. DIugos 


9. G. Hause 


19 P. Averback 


29. N. McConnell 


10. D. Warren 


20. P. Gallagher 


30. T. Campbell 



223 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



1 Kralik 


26. 


E. P;sh 


2. L. McKeegan 


27. 


|, Vinski 


3. C. Kennedy 


28 


N. Nelson 


4. A. Parks 


29. 


M. Kutruff 


5. D. Woodward 


30. 


M Bereski 


6. C. Snyder 


31 


D Zuballk 


7. ). Anderson 


32. 


L Duke 


8. A. Smylnycky 


33 


C Cunnmgham 


9. F. Bonino 


34. 


M. Macha 


10. M. Lloyd 


35. 


K. Augustyn 


11. A Dersch 


36 


D Makowski 


12. N. Egger 


37. 


A. Neigh 


13. L. Cummings 


•38. 


S. Kilhan 


14. P. Cellini 


39 


V. Legros 


15. P. Mascara 


40, 


S, Bickham 


16. K. Ostroski 


41, 


C Fren 


17. H. McElrath 


42. 


C. Myers 


18. M. Novosel 


43. 


M. Hilewick 


19. K. Kanour 


44. 


A. Wallace 


20. C Kunz 


45. 


N. Hockenberger 


21. M. Mikucinski 


46 


A, Kiddon 


22. |. Sandrock 


47 


C. Youcis 


23 N. Salopek 


48 


I, Chieffe 


24. j. Lamm 


49 


C, Randour 


25. T. Seehausen 







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ALPHA OMEGA PI 



1. p. Fenyus 

2. L. Zabkar 

3. S. Daugherty 
4 N Forgash 

5. D. Papon 

6. |. Robinson 

7. S. Swope 
a K. Strunk 
9. S. Curry 

10. C. Krake 

11. S. Pesonke 

12. D. Patrick 

13. B Corso 

14. V. Vogelsong 

15. D, Kidd 

16. R. Ray 

17. C. Daniels 

18. L. Terputac 

19. B. McCoy 

20. P. Schope 



21. K. Stewart 

22. |. Vickers 

23. |. Lowry 

24. L. Mucci 

25. M. Space 

26. I. Patterson 
27 L. Kudeiko 

28. K. Hoover 

29. M. Sloss 

30. D. Stahl 

31 N. Wilhelm 
32. L. Brenza 
ii. K. Parrish 

34. M, Dittenhafer 

35. I. Fenstermaker 

36. S. Smith 
37 S Bullers 

38. R, Kissling 

39. D. Martin 



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BIOLOGY CLUB 



1. D Millura 

2. C. Antonelli 
3 K.Czarnecky 

4. B^ Karp 

5. K. Glenn 

6 G. Huzinec 

7. N. Sheridan 

8. K. Natoli 

9. T. McDowell 
10. I. Antonelli 



n. D, Christy 

12. L. Rexroad 

13. D. White 
14 I. Straneva 

15. D. Huber 

16. |. Rost 
17 R Detra 

18. P Horbiak 

19. H. Mankonen 

20. Dr. ). Humphreys 










ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




228 



1. E. Kinley 

2. D. Hunter 

3. D. Mummert 

4. B. Lewis 

5. S. Holland 

6. B, Robbins 

7. T. Koharchik 

8. B. Lewis 

9. ) Stephens 
Missing 

D. Constantini 
H. Bump 



R. Connelly 
R Hazy 
I. Miller 
M. Miller 
M. Myers 
R. Ross 

C. Long 

R. Milovac 
M. Tjiattas 
L. Wilkinson 

D. Wolfe 





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1 I. Loc'kwood 

2 K. Wickstrom 

3. M Lucky 

4. S. Hughes 

5. M. Cadula 

6. S. Shaffer 
7 B. Watson 
a B Hayes 
9. B I Tolh 

10. I Hrenkevich 
1 1 S Anderson 

12. K. Linville 

13. B. Hays 

14. S. MrGuier 

15. M Packard 

16. I Mead 

17. P. Siba 



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19. C. 

20. K, 

21. M 

22. D. 

23. P 

24. M 

25. M 
26 E. 

27. M 

28. D 

29. M 
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31, M, 



Cunningham 

Campbell 

Koban 
, Herring 

McLaughlin 

Brandl 
. Clemeni 

DiPasquale 
Gray 
. K. Connelly 

Cusano 

Birch 

Steffy 

Shimkannon 



ALPHA 

XI 

DELTA 




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1. K. Stielts 

2. I. Crawford 

3. S Holnaider 

4. P. Friebus 

5. R. Ring 

6. S, Ashton 

7. T, McCown 

8. S. Matoveck 
9- M, Dumm 

10. K Schweitz 

11. P. Madden 
12 L. Scahse 

13. B. Retteu 

14. D. Blakely 

15. 8, Steele 

16. K. Rasko 

17. P. Riley 

18. P Replogle 

19. I. Trainor 



20 M Kingwell 

21. S. Boerstler 

22. S Dull 

23 M, Orlando 
24. C. Bedron 
25 M. Wheeler 

26. C. Rendine 

27. M. Stack 

28. P. Farinelli 

29. D. Devine 

30. j. Pelerchak 

31. P. Puskaric 

32. S. Loesch 

33. M. Irwin 

34. B. Engle 

35. D. Scattene 

36. L. Lanotta 

37. L. lones 



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1. L. Givliana 


25, 


B. Stahl 


2. P. Scritchfield 


26 


K. Mayberry 


3. S. Patsch 


27. 


C. Davis 


4. D. Enrietti 


28. 


T. Sochor 


5. D. Shank 


29. 


D Druga 


6. M. Hays 


30. 


B Brooks 


7. D. Groves 


31. 


M, Moyer 


8. M. Sweeney 


32. 


P. Giles 


9. B. Bergum 


33. 


G. Cianivlli 


10. C Parker 


34. 


S. Bergman 


n. C. Schwab 


35. 


V. Kioon 


12. B. Whitfield 


3b. 


D. Pierce 


13. C. Milliard 


37. 


S. Radic 


14. L. Leiphart 


38 


K. laniszewski 


15. K. Katocs 


39 


D Tittle 


16. M. Kozusko 


40 


L. Abel 


17. M. Stemler 


41 


D, Pmker 


18. C. Rieger 


42. 


C. Clifford 


19. B. Dowson 


43. 


D. Baker 


20. M. Portella 


44. 


L Oskin 


21. J. Cunningham 


45 


D Raspet 


22. L. Fanelli 


46. 


S. Prothero 


23. D. Goff 


47. 


L. Swmk 


24. D. Yeager 








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CRIMINOLOGY CLUB 




1. p. Levern 

2. B. Kuykendall 

3. C. Clark 

4. N, Bernard! 



5 D. Klopp 

6 L, Mlhahch 

7. C. Maskrey 

8. C. Fretz 




COUNCIL FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 



234 





1. S. Morris 


14. C. Powel 




2. L. Hinkleman 


15. B. Britton 




3. E Casini 


^h. K. Kaylor 




4. 


17 Bonnie 




.S N. Griffth 


18. C King 




6. K. Hill 


19. D. DeSanto 




7. M Kane 


20. D. Howser 




8 D Fritsch 


21. 




S C Rotkacy 


22. R. Shodi 




10 C. Yanek 


23. K. Emelo 




IIS. Ritzman 
12. L, Sauchin 

^^. K. Hill 


24. L. Bock 

25 

26. I. Gibel 


CONCERT 

DANCE 

GROUP 




DELTA PHI EPSILON 





1. B, Lincoln 6. M. Chapman 

2. E. Schroeder 7. N. Hutter 

3. M. Vincent 8. K McElhany 

4. B McFarland 9, Mrs. L. Miller 

5. C Clunt advisor 



GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 




1. L. Kopp 

2. N. Freas 

3. B. Ferrara 
4 C Keener 
5. C Tripson 



7. I, Ammerman 

8. R. Tokarsky 

9. M. Cawlowski 

10. N. Rachocki 

11. N. Smulski 



6. K. Ambrose 12. C. Young 



236 




DELTA SIGMA PHI 





1. ). Laird 

2. B. RIsaliti 

3. I Bu|dos 

4. R Faix 

5. I. Innerst 

6. R. Howes 

7. R. Wolfe 

8. B. Dravis 

9. ). McMillan 

10. V. Panza 

11. 8 O'Toole 

12. H Breithdupt 



13. K. Trumber 

14. I. Schwab 

15. R. Ousley 

16. ). Lachowitz 

17. D. Vogel 

18 B, Hoffman 

19 M Krukowski 
20. B. Waltz 

21 M. Fagler 

22. L. Hutchison 

23. D. Gaither 

24. I. Monzella 



237 



DELTA ZETA 



1. K. Sparks 


24 P Reichley 


2. D. Luchenbaugh 


25. D Zandenell 


3. D. Kress 


26. I. Thompson 


4. R. Jordan 


27, D. Stamm 


5. 1. Simmons 


28. M. Rooney 


6. K Dmach 


29. D Hurrell 


7 ) Demke 


30 1 Rocco 


8. T Rasmussen 


31. B. Mazion 


9. M Laird 


32. P. Sharpenber 


10 K Kinzle 


33. D Carharte 


n. D. Bellas 


34. M. Hyatt 


12. |. Blankenbicker 


35. L. Nagy 


13. M. Tidd 


36. 1. Neal 


14. I Balochko 


37 S Hodila 


15. L Robertson 


38, D Mazok 


16. M. Ruglovsky 


39. E. Potts 


17. M. Smith 


40. S. Soffa 


18. C. Ceuder 


41. M. Palladini 


19. C. Chaney 


42. D. Adam 


20. K. Thomas 


43. M. Novasell 


21. D. Benko 


44. M.Smith 


22. M. Black 


45. N. Gulick 


23. D Yaxes 


46. ). Knapko 




238 





:i:-..Si2ilia, ::_i^S 



239 



ELEMENTARY 
EDUCATION CLUB 











240 



B Adams 


D Campbell 


B Homan 


M Maier 


P. Palmier! 


I Thompson 


,M Akoarle 


S Carlson 


K Hower 


E. Malay 


A. Penich 


S Truxal 


T, Aldrich 


B Corso 


B. Hunia 


). Masilunas 


). Perichak 


B. Ulery 


B Andritz 


A Crispo 


S. leraso 


). Mason 


P Powell 


M Voipe 


C Avalli 


L. Crossman 


A. lones 


B vlathew 


B Prinkey 


S. Wagner 


N. Barth 


C. DeSantos 


V. Keasey 


S. Mathews 


L. Ramsey 


M Walker 


L. Beckner 


M. Dusold 


M. Kish 


K. Mayberry 


M. Rice 


K. Weleski 


K. Bohn 


A Efkeman 


K. Knauff 


B. McCall 


D Riscoe 


). Wellhoter 


L Boring 


B Elhotl 


S, Kruckvich 


M. Mellors 


C. Rockacy 


\ Winkle 


P. Brandl 


D Enrietti 


K Kulik 


S. Messaros 


S. Rombold 


,M. Wisniewski 


D Brong 


K Eshelman 


C Laird 


M. Mikucinski 


S. Romutis 


D, Wizite 


C. Brown 


L. Fedrizzi 


1 Lanchar 


C. Mikuta 


M. Rossetti 


L Woods 


). Brown 


D Fritsch 


1 Latham 


D. Miloser 


L. Rossey 


B Yahner 


N. Brown 


B Fuhner 


N, Laurenzi 


P. Moore 


C. Schwab 


C Yuhas 


T. Brown 


K Gargano 


M. Lege 


|. Moyer 


C. Shields 


|. Zollner 


W. Brown 


T Ceubtner 


E. Liscik 


D. Ondecko 


D. Short 


Advisors 


L Burk 


L, Gllham 


C. LItzinger 


L. Oskin 


G. Steinmiller 


A. Davis 


1 Burke 


R. Hamelly 


1. Lock wood 


K. Pacelli 


N. Sullivan 


M. Kohlhepp 


M Cameron 


D. Hillard 


L, Madia 


1 Painter 


1- Szymanski 


R Millward 





241 



FOREIGN STUDENTS 




1 Rolf 
Germany 

2. Lisa Lam 
Hong Kong 

3. Yesechan 
Turkey 

4. long Lee 
Korea 

5. Angela 
Hong Kong 

6. Christina 
Hong Kong 

7. Gourmeh 
Ethiopia 

8 Zohra Caya 
Pakistan 



9. Ahmed 
Sierra Leone 

10. Sunni 
Korea 

11. Gideon 
iNigena 

12. Thomas 
Taiwan 

13. Khalid Siddiqui 
Pakistan 

14. Raymond 
Hong Kong 

15. Tony Sikavi 
Iran 




242 



FOOD SERVICE 
ASSOCIATION 





C Dillner 
D. McLaughlin 
L. Mackey 
L Bruce 
C Zaiakar 
I. Reckner 
S. Conely 
8. Mr. W. Creesley 
Advisor 



9. S Bartlett 

10. 8. Moulder 

11. M Womer 
12 D Derrico 

13. I Monlgomery 
14 C Crandall 

15. B. Billeler 

16. Mr. A. Woods 
Advisor 



FRENCH CLUB 








'i.\ 



1. C Quahliero 

2 L Brovvder 

3 I Santucci 

4. D. Gray 

5. M lenkins 
6 A. Bisaha 



7. C Irvin 

8. B Book 

9. A Cassel 

10. M Hoeckleman 

11. C. Simpson 
12 D. Detman 



243 



GAMMA THETA UPSILON 




1. T. Gault 

2. T. Flaherty 

3. G Dubois 

4. R Pace 
5^ K. Cnggs 



6. I Loss 

7. B. Eldridge 

8. S. Kerr 

9. A TeDesco 




GERMAN CLUB 



^'S^ 




1. W. Kane 

2. L. Kopp 

3. K Hoover 

4 M McCall 

5 D DeSanto 

6 D Kegges 

7. S. Rombold 

8. D House 



9 M. Puskar 
10 K. McNulty 
n. D. Haraczka 

12. G Rodimer 

13. E. Stanik 

14. K. Claar 

15. G. Patti 



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HOME ECONOMICS 
ASSOCIATION 




^ 





^^^'•^ 





M 



1 D. Medic 


10, B. Kessler 


1. C Badeker 


11. I Skender 


3 C Zaiakar 


12 M, Stack 


4. B. Martin 


13. S Werwie 


5. S. Hughes 


14. M. Berthy 


6. D. Tice 


Advisor 


7, L. Steele 


15. M. Stevens 


8 B. Heitzenrater 


Advisor 


9 M Rupert 


16 L Bender 


Advisor 





lUP THUNDERBOLTS 





1 D Frank 

2. K Egolf 

3. S Bickham 

4. M. Novesel 

5. D. Harbinson 



6 D Cornev 

7. ). Ellrod 

8. ). Helsel 

9. A. Wakefield 
10. P. Rash 



245 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



D Cromer 

D Isola 

M. Hartman 

Rich 

R. Ross 

). Swift 
7 D Hodge 
8. D Paranick 
9 I Leyenburger 

10. R. Kahler 

11. T. Saffa 



Officers 
Left to right: 
Ron Perry, 
Public Relations 
Sam Kerns, 
President 
Dave Bell, 
Treasurer 
Gary Seelye, 
Vice President 
Dr Ron Thomas 
Advisor 







1. S. VValdin 

2. P. Kirkwood 

3. P. Cellini 

4. D. Clause 

5 I Fonstermacher 

6 D. Enrietti 
7. T Schroth 



8. D. McLaughlin 
9 U.N, Known 

10. S. McCleland 

11. P. Puskarik 

12. E Potts 

13. M. Orlando 



PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 




THE INDIANA PENN 




Editors 

1. I. Salzman 

2. L. Byczynski 

3. T. DeFazio 

4. T. Brown 

5. C Moll 

6. P, Gonzalez 

7. G. Harris 





248 




1 L. Byczynski 

2. R. Ross 

3. K. Marinelli 

4. D, Bugher 

5 D McCann 

6. 8 Yahner 

7, N. McGuire 

8 B Ridel 

9 P. Griffin 

10 B Hartman 

11 B Boyle 

12. C. Mihelcic 

13. C. McGlew 

14. C. Beutel 

15. Q. Szymansky 
16 B Phillips 

17. H. VicinI 



18. I Gnffin 

19. ). Worthington 

20. B. Gourley 

21. S. DeSio 

22. ). Horn 

23. A. Bauer 

24. R. Fitzsimmons 

25. 1. Setree 

26. D. Love 

27. D. Cihat 

28. D. Colvert 

29. A. Cancelmo 

30. L Cox 
31 T. Ward 

32. B Kughendall 

33. P. Smith 

34. A. Becker 



35 M. Famish 

36. D. Venditta 

37. T. Defazio 

38. |. Salzman 

39. P. Gonzales 

40. Mascot - THE PILL 

41. R. NIcholls 

42. D. Binline 

43. M. Crider 

44. S. Romulus 

45. D. Nicholson 

46. T. Brown 

47. B Sander 

48. ). Mallison 

49. "Great Fingers" Merman 

50 C. Moll 

51 C. Harris 



JOV^T 




249 



KAPPA 
DELTA 



1. G. Hauze 

2. W. Wendt 

N. Schwetz 

S. Taylor 

K. Herbst 

C Young 

I. Shiels 

8 S. Gibson 

9. D. Davis 

10. C Best 

n. T. Krizay 

12. V. Mertz 



13. L. Cox 

14. B. CImIni 

15. D. Horbiak 

16. ). Kerestes 

17. B Bohichik 
18 I. Montellone 

19. A. Donlna 

20. D. Alberth 

21. R. Hultman 

22. G. Causer 
23 R. Murtha 





250 



KAPPA MU EPSILON 




251 



LAMBDA ALPHA EPSILON 




1. W. Rockwell 


14. D Lindbergh 


2. ). Emmer 


15 T. Koharchik 


3. ). Gilmore 


16 L. Rush 


4. L. McCinley 


17. A. Bower 


5. |. Fabrlzio 


18. D. Treutsch 


6 D Fitzgerald 


19. G. Basinger 


7. D. Waytowick 


20. ). Schratz 


8. M. Fry 


21. D. Faughner 


9. B. Antley 


22. B, Unger 


10. Mr. V. McGuIre 


23 1- Zaffuto 


11. B. Cramer 


24. D. Wolz 


12. P. McDonough 


25. C. Ogg 


13 1 Driscoll 


26 G. Fretz 




KAPPA OMICRON PHI 



1. C. Kurpakus 

2. B. Kessler 

3. D. Trotter 

4. C Shaffer 

5. P. Mllbrand 
6 P. Vuicich 
7. W. Norris 

8 D Derrlco 

9 C Badeker 

10. S. ). Hughes 

11. S. Usnick 

12. D. Brugh 

13. I. Kuhn 

14. S. Ruter 

15. B. Polito 

16. S. Penn 

17. ). Folkman 

18. C Struble 

19. D. Apel 

20 P. Fornwald 

21. I. Carosso 

22. A Cupelli 

23. |. Lignelll 

24. S. Stokes 

25. L. Kozer 

26. D. Kilgore 

27. R. Markland 

28. I. Cahill 

29. D. Medic 

30. K Bella 

31. Mrs. M. A. Cassna 




252 





1. |. Hutchonson 

2. R. Marinzel 

3. ). Dudash 

4. R. Henzler 

5. R Gond 

6. M. Gardner 

7 L Benedict 

8 I Leyenburger 

9 VV Billetter 

10. I. Wiley 

11. 1 Freeze 

12. D. Rhoum 
1.3. R. Copeland 

14. T. Toroski 

15. R Strayer 
16 K. Dadey 
17. D. Borletta 



18. P. Ruzemburka 

19. R. Pelhan 

20. ). Raua 

21. ). Henzler 

22. J. Norris 

23. G. Shonnahan 

24. ). Smith 

25. D. Pieffer 

26. E. Smith 

27. R. Jack 

28. C. Vanhorn 

29. D. Fox 

30. I. Crabil 

31. S. Spelling 

32. T. Senn 

33. K. Steven 
34 R. Groin 



KAPPA 

SIGMA 




^jfc-.'^^ • ^^SbF'*^ ^' 



ROTC KAYDEENS 




254 



-AaP^^ 






1.i. 


D Cannon 


1 G Pdull 


14. 


C. Kohser 


2. ). Gaudet 


15. 


D Anderson 


3. C. Sadlon 


16. 


S Fischer 


4. S. Kerns 


17. 


). Russell 


5. E Proctor 


18. 


B. Newhouse 


6. T Oeste 


19. 


T. McMackin 


7. B. Severding 


20. 


R. lones 


8. K. Bart( zak 


21. 


M. Ulrlch 


9. D. Koarh 


22. 


B. Wagner 


10. |. Swift 


23. 


R. Wilker 


11. M. Bollinger 


24. 


T. McMahon 


12. R. Malarazzo 


25. 


|. Lentz 



LAMBDA 

CHI 

ALPHA 




255 



L'ESPRIT DE BLEU 




1. Cpt. G. S. Willison 


12, M. Frederick 


2. M. Rowe 


13. M. Branthoover 


3. ). Hughes 


14. B. Eicher 


4, D. Smith 


15. S. Wise 


5 N SImounet 


16 R Spaid 


6, S, Koedel 


17. D. Crockett 


7. C- Friend 


18. K. Sanders 


8. D. Anderson 


19. S. Taylor 


9. D. Wagner 


20. 1. Semrau 


10. S, Sedmak 


21. M. Liese 


11. D. Haupt 


22. M, Mangold 




23. S. Clewell 




24. K. Wilson 




PERSHING RIFLES 




1. Cpt. G. Willison 


13 K Dawson 


2. Sponsor ) Lignelli 


14, S-2 R. Derbis 


3. Co G. Brindle 


15. D. Clippinger 


4. S-4 |. Price 


16. ). Stenson 


5. R Parker 


17 D Girts 


6 F Muto 


18. B Kilmer 


7 |. Boughner 


19. G. McPherson 


8 G Maloney 


20. E Engleberktson 


9. D Delisi 


21. M Boiler 


10. A. Vargesko 


22. D. Franklin 


11. 1. Russell 


23. T Stephens 


12. H. Hall 







I.e. Conrad 


12 T. Caruso 




2. C. Schaming 


13. R. Speicher 




.3. M, Mastaler 


14. R Strayer 




4, M. Brlskey 


15. M Best 




5 1 Allgeier 


\h 1 Olsavsky 




6 L Zabkar 


17. D. Horn 




7. B, Stahl 


18. B. Shipley 




8. D. Smith 


19. C. Hart 




9 P Price 


20. T. Markel 




10 H. Kirsch 


21 L Busovski 




n. I. Hamilton 




GAMMA 

RHO 

TAU 




RESIDENCE HALL ASSOQATION 




Mary Ann Z. 

Kirk House 

Dave House 

Tish McLaughlin 

Keith Kobe! 

Mil<e 

Roberta Bullock 

Lisa F 

lill lenkins 

Pam Walzer 

Cindy Campbell 



259 



MATH CLUB 



■1/^ 




1, D Pedulo 


14. 


M. Michel 


2. D Lentz 


15, 


1. Hessel 


3. E Ranleri 


16. 


I, Busovlcki 


4. C. Best 


17. 


D. Alberth 


5. K. Murphy 


18. 


K. Carven 


6. ). Monteleone 


19. 


M. Krapp 


7 G Kalac 


20. 


). Harrington 


8. L Cax 


21. 


K. Krepp 


9 


22. 


K. Herbest 


10 M, Breindel 


23. 


D. Kornosky 


11 P. Carcylwski 


24. 


N. Schwetz 


12 D Davis 






13^ 








260 



lUP PISTOL TEAM 





1. M. Huff 

2. L. Mihallch 

3. B. Cramer 

4. I, Miller 
5 L Mollis 
6. B, Miller 



WOMEN'S RHYS. ED. MAJORS CLUB 





1. L. High 


16. 


2. M McCoy 


17. A. Walker 


3. V Shearer 


18. C. Rash 


4 P. Rash 


19. L. Dewall 


5. R. Mignogna 


20. C. Orlosky 


6. B. Dawson 


21. K. Egolf 


7. |. Rimoldl 


22. P. Roberts 


8. K. Kaylor 


23. D. Ruckle 


9 


24. ). Frissora 


10 


25. L. McAlevy 


IIS Hughes 


26. M. Fagler 


12. V Barnot 


27. L. Rosier 


13. G Krake 


28. D. Shvda 


14 


29. M. Schwarm 


15 ). Zellers 


30. B. Dlllen 



261 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



r ! Boh<ich 

2, V. Babcock 

3. J. Teuksbury 
4 L Rogers 

5. I. Adams 

6. C Melosky 

7. M Neidig 

8. R. Perry 

9. D. Burns 

10. 8 Tkach 

11. B. Hartman 
12 R Ross 

13. D. Wiatrak 
1-4 D. Arnold 
15 R Gardner 

16. I Grilfilh 

17. B. Gourley 

18. I Abrahan 

19. Q Syzmanski 



20. T. Brule 

21. C Stevens 

22. E Rickel 

23. P. Conroy 

24. O Rhine 
25 F Bohan 

26. A. Kunig 

27. G. Fisher 

28 D Gant! 

29 T. Brunetto 

30 I. Severa 

31. D. Kinneer 

32. K. Marinelli 

33 D Faukonbridge 

34. VV. Kudler 

35. H Viani 
36 F. Winter 
37. T. Hicks 



f 




PI OMEGA PI 




PHI BETA LAMBDA 



264 




PHI KAPPA PSI 



n^^ 



fori h]n 




265 



PHI KAPPA THETA 




1. 1. Karas 


15. 


D. Sobolewski 


2. R, Kahler 


16. 


Crest 


3. 1 Stubanas 


17. 


W. Skibo 


4. A. Brown 


18. 


M. Brancato 


5. T, Marks 


19. 


B. Mader 


6. L O'Hara 


20. 


j. Blough 


7, T. Mitchell 


21. 


I. Petrus 


8. 1. Drozd 


22. 


L Perrone 


9. P. Wetzel 


23. 


D. Sykes 


10 I. Kreitzer 


24 


B. Crowley 


11 M. Satucci 


25. 


E. Hahn 


12. 1. O'Connor 


26. 


D. Obermeier 


B T. St Clair 


27 


D. Duffy 


14. R. Warren 








266 





STUDENT PSEA 




Mr, D Bartha — Advisor 
B. Hjnia -Secretary 
W. Brown - Treasurer 
M. Buckman - President 



SOCIETY FOR 

THE ADVANCEMENT 

OF MANAGEMENT 




267 



PHI MU 



1. I Riddle 

2. M. KImport 

3. B. Hite 

4. I. Mojock 

5. C. Cost 

6. K McElhinny 

7. E. Gates 

8. A. Yordana 

9. S. Cassidy 

10. P. Telford 

11. H- Carnahan 

12. W. Osman 

13. L. Smith 

14. M. Mustin 

15. S. Chevarik 

16. T. Schroth 

17. S. Carroll 

18. D Keirs 

19. S. Seftic 

20. ). Scott 

21. P. Conlin 

22. C. Newton 

23. F. Shoof 

24. M. Sherman 



25 L. Heinaur 
2b. A. Ocepek 

27. S. Muskm 

28. R. Runquist 

29. S Wilson 

30. S. Rettger 

31. L McKendry 

32. ,M. Skurkay 

33. D Campbell 
34 D Canaan 
35. C. Hondus 
3b. D. Clause 

37. A. Schwab 

38. V. Chrader 

39. S Sheilds 

40 D Dunbar 

41 B. Gratf 
I Crimm 
I Scott 

44 L Pegg 

45. M. Carosella 

46. D, Calvert 
47 C Mikuta 



42 
4i 




268 



a js\A A^ Af\ n/vv=\nMM 




f^/"'t\\ A A 



j 




SIGMA KAPPA 



1. D. Lauer 

2. K. Owens 

3. I, Cupples 

4. I. Sqrignoli 

5. I. Chirigos 
ft A, Hess 

7 |. Defelices 
8, M. Dobish 
9 B Graham 

10. C. Bruce 

11. P. Mears 

12. C. Eisenhauer 

13. M. Bellissimo 

14. K Pacelli 

15. N. Meighen 

16. E. Fallon 

17. B. Wilson 
18 S. Redding 

19. S. Hall 

20. C. Stevens 

21. C Bush 

22. S. Spellman 



23. M. Morris 

24. I. Ritenous 

25. R. Crasso 

26. B. Standfest 

27. V. Molitor 

28. D. Walters 

29. L. Olenchuk 

30 D Hoffman 

31 D. Glenn 

32. S. Taddie 

33. S. Slater 

34 R. Spellman 

35. N. Marvich 

36. K Lowman 

37. C. Spetz 

38. D. Kubala 

39. D Russell 

40. M, Miann 

41. ). Scott 

42. B, Fairman 

43. G, Carom 



270 









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^ 


.iS.:>aMKiBtr^ **»"»• J? '■ '**■ 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 



1. A, Tornetia 

2. I. Chotlner 

3. K. Fox 

4. M. McGuire 

5. G LaBarre 

6. P. Rost 
7 I Shiry 

8, I, Bubb 

9. T. Lenhart 

10. D, Montemuro 
11 C Berkshire 

12. M. Billar 

13. N Varner 

14 P Fanella 

15 G Harrison 

16. K Schachte 

17. D. Mighore 



18 M. Casale 

19. P Reese 

20. B. Fuhrer 

21. A. Kordas 

22. K. Gargano 

23. B. Bubb 

24. M. Ghia 

25. B. Ricci 

26. C Murphy 

27. I, Schuman 

28. R. Snyder 

29. M. Augler 

30. I. Stadler 

31. |. Mallison 
i2. C. Decker 
33. Tiny 



272 





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because they care. They care because they 




274 



NEWMAN CENTER 






275 



Gary Gales 
Pres. - Fall Sem. 

Dave Schwartz 
V. P - Fall Sem, 




■"^^^HKf 





1, D. Truxell 

2, B. Dietrich 

3, G. Fisher 

4 B. Hartman 

5 B GarcJner 

6. L. Kratz 

7. j. Langdon 

8. D. Cicero 
9 E, Pugh 

10 E. Dadey 
1 I. T. Davis 
12 C, Rhoades 

13. K. Govaker 

14. T. Rupert 

15. S, Walk 

16. B, Pacella 

17. I . Kreitzer 

18. P, Renn 

19. M. Varner 

20. I. Zepp 

21. M. Leary 



11. A. Becker 

23. K. Gardner 

24. T. Berger 

25. G. Gates 

26. S. FHooper 

27. M. Cook 

28. J. Turner 

29. M. LaRocca 

30. I. Stein 

31 C. Diltrich 

32. D Phelps 

33. B. Snyder 

34. D. Schwartz 

35. I. Rava 

36. ). Swift 
37 D. Brown 

38. B. Dahlberg 

39. R. Cressley 

40. ). Marshall 
41 ). Hudock 




STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



ASSOCIATION 



276 



Diin Truxell 

Pres. - Spring Sem. 

Chuck Rhoades 
V. P - Spring Sem 






277 



AUSA 




1 R. Bower 
2, I. Boughner 
3 D. Zerlshnek 

4. T. Smedley 

5. B. Haugh 

6. T. Eupizi 

7. I, Conway 

8. SgM ). Dale - 

9. K. Dawson 
10. D Nettling 



Advisor 



11 T Stephens 

12. R. Grant 

13. D. Lydic 

14. W. Ward 

15. R. McCullough 

16. B. Lukens 

17. C. McGough 

18. I Koslka 

19. D. cm 

20. T. Howe 



278 




THETA CHI 





1. W Howell 

2. P Cubeta 

3. T. Saffa 

4. M. Altschuler 

5. D. Holdebrand 

6. T. Checcetl 

7. D. Kessoch 
8 L. lohnson 
9. W Holfman 

10 S Papparazzo 
11.1 Boltz 

12 D. Fields 

13 K. McCorry 

14 W. Wagner 



15 W Croft 

16 T. LInnan 

17. R. Spicher 

18. R. Shoemaker 

19. D. Faick 

20. ). Dugan 
21 K. Young 

22. D. Seitz 

23. I. Fornari 

24. R Hartzell 

25. W. .Akers 

26. M. Debbis 

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28. N. Ulrich 



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30. V. Perfetta 

31. M Rosetta 

32. R Logan 

33. D. Klousnitzer 

34. S. Aigner 

35. R. Kadylak 

36. R. Brinkman 

37. M. Fallin 

38. W. Smith 

39. I. Mel! 
40 C. Yost 



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25. K. Oakley 


2. D. Fatula 


14. G. Kent 


26. T. Hoover 


3. D. Perenick 


15. C. Sage 


27. K. Kushner 


4. J. Tobin 


16. 1. Reilly 


28. F. Marlatt 


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17. 1. Kraus 


29. ). Backstrom 


6. D. D'Andrea 


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30. K. Daniels 


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20. D. Mogle 


32. L. Heiber 


9. D. Rusiiko 


21. ). Reilly 


33. M. Kokayko 


10. R. Ash 


22. M. Ferrell 


34. R. Woodring 


11. 1. Wingard 


23. M. Moore 


35. |. Suzich 


12. C Tale 


24. F. Margerum 


36. T. Kurtz 

37. T. Whelan 




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