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QUITTIE 1971 

Published Annually By The Students 
Of Lebanon Valley College, 
Annville, Pennsylvania 




FEATURES 4 

ACADEMICS 62 

CLASSES 88 

ORGANIZATIONS 1 44 

SPORTS 1 96 

ETC 226 





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FEATURES 

Dedication 
Moods and Faces 
A Year at the Valley 
Personalities 





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ENGLISH DEPT. 




For 38 years Dr. George G. Struble has been a 
member of the faculty of Lebanon Valley College, 
serving as head of the Department of English for 20 
years and secretary of the faculty for 33 years. During 
that time he has been a dedicated teacher and fervent 
exponent of the ideals of a liberal arts education. 
Well read and informed, he has become Time Maga- 
zine's most effective representative on the campus. 
Nine generations of students have shivered in antici- 
pation of and survived his "shotgun" tests. He has 
written many papers on subjects ranging from "The 
English of the Pennsylvania Germans" to "The Use of 
Symbolism in the Language of Science," and has car- 
ried on a passionate love affair with the French 
language for many years. Last spring he was honored 
with an Alumni Association Citation. 

To the dismay of many students and faculty mem- 
bers, Dr. Struble will be retiring at the end of this 
year. The staff of the 1971 Quittie feels honored to 
dedicate this book to Dr. Struble with the feeling that 
he may appreciate its spirit. 



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MOODS 
AND 
FACES 



To tell the story of the year with the statistic and 
the posed photograph is to tell nothing— the es- 
sence of that year remains untouched. A good 
narration involves the capture of the human ele- 
ment—a person's feelings, his fulfillment, his dis- 
appointments, his aspirations, and the interaction 
of these various moods within the college com- 
munity and the surrounding world. 

Nothing betrays a mood quite so well as a 
candid face— it is the automatic expressionist in us. 
With these thoughts, the staff chose as the theme 
of the 1971 Quittie, "Moods and Faces." 



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From adulation to solemnity. 
The faces tell the story 




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. . . faces meeting challenge, adversity, 
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A YEAR IN 
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Release With Spring 

Spring is a reawakening— the excess energy pent up 
through the winter, with only occasional snow fights for 
release, is finally let out through frolic on the quad and 
around the dorms. All is not play, however, for midterms 
have struck and finals are on the way. With this in mind, 
Valley students have actually been known to study. 



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H.M.S. Pinafore 
Outstanding Success 

For the first time in recent years, Lebanon Valley staged 
an operetta, which was enthusiastically received. The melo- 
dramatic production would have brought tears to young 
girls' eyes fifty years ago, but brought tears of laughter 
this spring. The outstanding production was highlighted by 
excellent performances from Jean McClelland, Ron Poor- 
man, Marilyn Whitmire, Gary Weber, and Ed Kisiel under 
the direction of Tom Hostetter. As the excitement and en- 
thusiasm rose, so did the long hours and late nights of 
practice. Every member of the cast was rewarded with a 
standing ovation. 



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The campus came to life for Fredrick P. Sample's inauguration. 
It was the official beginning of a reign begun seven months 
earlier which already had several achievements to its credit, in- 
cluding the start toward new student government. Pomp was the 
order of the day, as representatives from eastern colleges and 
universities in their academic finery joined with a full house 
consisting of students, alumni, and friends to install a new presi- 
dent. 



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Challenge and Decision 



With the graduation of the senior class, the campus dies 
for the summer. For the graduate, it is the end of his career 
in the ivory tower of Valley's campus. For some will come 
the challenge of still further education, while the others 
tackle a career they have chosen and begin facing the chal- 
lenge of the outside world. 




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Frosh Highlight Fall 

Fall is the official reawakening. The campus springs to life 
with upperclassmen, mixed in feeling about the beginning 
that is very familiar to them, and freshmen eager to meet the 
challenges of their very new environment. There are frolics 
of a different sort which the upperclassmen are content to 
watch. The frosh, busily adapting to these institutional games, 
classwork, and fellow students, are the leaders of the fall 
excitement. 




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Sophomores 
Wet but Victorious 



One of the most intense desires on the part of both the 
freshmen and the sophomores is to remain dry. Toward this 
end the sophomore class had been known to take all the 
advantages, giving the frosh no quarter. Occasionally the 
stacked deck falls the wrong way but this year the freshmen's 
luck did not prevail. 




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Mingling of 
Past and Present 



Homecoming is an excitement set aside mainly for the 
alumni, who come to cheer an old alma mater and 
reminisce about when they were college students. Men in 
suits and women in knee-length dresses mingle with the 
college student of today. They enjoy the traditional foot- 
ball game, wonder about this year's strangle play, and 
discuss with little conclusion what the world will be- 
come in the hands of this hairy, rebellious generation of 
future alumni. 







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Homecoming and 
the New Colony Six 



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The Byrds Come to LVC 





L V C Snowed Under 

Winter is a time to finish what one has been doing 
all semester. But when the first snow comes, all work is 
forgotten and a snowball fight or two of mammoth pro- 
portions takes place in the quad or in front of the Dining 
Hall. Everyone thinks more about tobogganing in the 
graveyard and getting warm afterward, then about 
the impending exams and papers. The snow and cold 
that brought so much fun also brought a flu epidemic, 
slippery, unshovelled sidewalks and hopes for an early 
spring. 




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Bells and Belles 

The Christmas season is marked by the 
Community Christmas Service, and the 
Christmas Dinner Dance. Sandy Kumpf 
was crowned as this year's Christmas 
Queen at the Student Council sponsored 
evening. Everyone had Christmas parties 
and plenty of Christmas "spirits" before 
they left the campus for the holidays. 




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New Decade Starts 
With Finals 

After New Year's, the campus filled again with 
students madly at work completing papers and be- 
ginning to study for finals. The three day reading 
period was spent by students finishing up work, 
starting to study or just goofing off. Most of us 
suffered through finals, often having two in one 
day, then spent our break recuperating and looking 
forward to a new semester. 




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Winter Season 
Adds Symposium 

Winter was also the time of the Mid-Year Symposium. Long 
lines and, once inside, a hot stuffy theatre were the atmos- 
phere for this introduction to The Negro in Films. Dr. 
Clarence Cripps led the symposium which traced the Negro 
image in movies from silent films to present times. Miss Ruby 
Dee opened the symposium with a lecture. The symposium 
offered an introduction to concepts and problems not covered 
within the framework of the regular curriculum. It provided 
a touch of reality in the college situation, usually concerned 
mainly with theories and speculations. 






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PERSONALITIES 




Mr. and Miss Quittie 



Roger Probert and Martha Waring 



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Quittie Court 



Susie Shenk, Cathy Johnson, Diane Simmons and Theresa Featherstone 




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Mr. and Miss Athlete 



Jane Snyder and Ed Thomas 



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Mr. and Miss LVC 



Barbara Asplund and John Ulrich 




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Homecoming Queen 



Margaret Walker 



Homecoming Court 

Barbara Warwick, Allison Doney, Nancy 
Nicodemus, Kay Forker, Connie Givler, 
Nancy Alber, Lynn Gavett 



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Juniors Voted 
Outstanding 



FAR LEFT, UPPER: S. Shenk, D. Smith, D. Samples. 

FAR LEFT, LOWER: L. Henderson, T. Feafhersfone, K. 

Johnson. 

UPPER LEFT: R. Morris, D. Fox, P. Roth. 

LOWER LEFT: M. Waring, L. Waring, J. Snyder. 

FAR RIGHT: P. Boyer, T. Cesxare, M. Cake. 




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Who's Who 



FAR LEFT: S. Shue, N. Swenson. 

UPPER LEFT: C. Linebaugh, D. Myers, 

G. Phelps, G. Myers. 

LOWER LEFT: G. Scoff. J. Beardsley. 

UPPER RIGHT: R. Hofmann, R. Grein- 

er, J. Bitner. 

LOWER RIGHT: T. Hosfeffer, C. Sen- 

ninger, B. Allen, C. Irwin. 

MISSING: J. Bowman, J. Grube, P. 

Horn, E. Houch. 




ACADEMICS 



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FAR LEFT: Dr. James O. Beamesderfer, Chaplain 

UPPER LEFT: Dr. Carl Y. Ehrhart, Vice President and Dean of the College 
LOWER LEFT: Dr. Earl R. Mezoff, Vice President and Assistant to the Presi- 
dent 

UPPER RIGHT: Miss Martha C. Faust, Dean of Women 
LOWER RIGHT: Dr. Robert C. Riley, Vice President and Controller 
FAR RIGHT: Mr. George R. Marquette, Dean of Men 






UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Margie Yeiser, Head Nurse; Elaine Gerhard, Judy 

Creeger, Resident Nurses 

FAR LEFT: Mr. Robert B. Harnish, Manager of the Book Store and 

Snack Bar 

LOWER LEFT: Mr. Robert C. Hartman, Accountant 

UPPER RIGHT: Mrs. Elizabeth Oft, Mrs. Kate Rohland, Head Residents 

LOWER RIGHT: Miss D. Rice, Mrs. E. Brown, Mrs. F. T. Fields, Dr. D. E. 

Fields, Mrs. A. Diehl, Mrs. F. Steckman, Library Staff 

FAR RIGHT: Mrs. Margaret S. Millard, Dietician 






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LEBANON WIEYCOIIfGE 



FAR LEFT: Dr. Ra/ph S. Shay, Assistant Dean and Registrar 

UPPER LEFT: Mr. David M. Long, Director of Alumni Relation 

LOWER LEFT: Mrs. E. G. Carmean, Mrs. A. K. Monteith, Mr. R. V. 

Showers, Public Relations 

UPPER RIGHT: Mr. John McFadden, Assistant Director of Development 

LOWER RIGHT: Mr. D. Clark Carmean, Director of Admissions 

FAR RIGHT: Mr. Robert M. Wonderling, Director of Development 

ABOVE: Miss D. Bott and Mr. G. Stanson, Admissions Advisors 



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FACULTY 



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FAR LEFT, UPPER: Dr. Paul Wolf, Biology 
FAR LEFT, LOWER: Mr. Richard Joyce, History 
LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. C. F. Joseph Tom, Economics 
LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Dr. Jeanne Argot, Biology 
RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Paul Stambach, Religion 
RIGHT CENTER, CENTER: Mr. William Fairlamb, Music 
RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Roger Gaeckler, Physical Educ. 
FAR RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Lewin, Mathematics 



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FAR LEFT, UPPER: Mr. Werner Peterke, Economics 

FAR LEFT, LOWER: Mr. Richard Iskowitz, Art 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Mrs. June Herr, Education 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Ronald Burrichter, Music 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Mr. Gerald Petrofes, Physical Education 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Keith Kilgore, Political Science 

FAR RIGHT, UPPER: Dr. Voorhis Cantrell, Religion 

FAR RIGHT, LOWER: Mrs. Agnes O'Donnell, English 





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FAR LEFT: Dr. Karl lockwood, 

Chemistry 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Mr. Robert 

Smith, Music 

LEFT CENTER. CENTER: Mrs. Elizabeth 

Garman, Physical Education 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. William 

Kerr, Education 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Miss Charlotte 

Knarr, Psychology 

RIGHT CENTER, CENTER: Dr. Pierce 

Cetz, Music 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Dr. Alex Fehr, 

Political Science 

FAR RIGHT: Mr. Glenn Woods, English 




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FAR LEFT, UPPER: Mr. Ronald Rogerson, Physical Educ. 

FAR LEFT, LOWER: Mr. Dayle Stare, Mathematics 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Allen Wolfe, Biology 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Miss Fay Burras, Mathematics 

UPPER CENTER: Dr. Hilda Damus, German 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Mr. Edward White, Sociology 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. William McHenry, Physical Educ. 

FAR RIGHT, UPPER: Mr. George Curfman, Music 

FAR RIGHT, LOWER: Mr. Richard Bell, Chemistry 




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FAR LEFT, UPPER: Dr. Jean Love, Psychology 

FAR LEFT, LOWER: Mr. Warren Thompson, Philosophy 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Perry Troutman, Religion 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Frank Stachow, Music 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Mrs. Malin Saylor, French 

RIGHT CENTER, CENTER: Dr. James Mather, Psychology 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. John Grace, Economics 

FAR RIGHT, UPPER: Dr. James Spencer, Chemistry 

FAR RIGHT, LOWER: Dr. Sylvia Malm, Biology 




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FAR LEFT: Dr. Robert Griswold, 

Chemistry 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. James 

Thurmond, Music 

LEFT CENTER, CENTER: Capt. Charles 

Cooper, Spanish 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Thomas 

Lanese, Music 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Jacob 

Rhodes, Physics 

RIGHT CENTER, CENTER: Mrs. Karen 

Coleman, English 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mrs. Geilan 

Hansen, Russian 

FAR RIGHT: Dr. Arthur Ford, English 



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FAR LEFT: Dr. S. Elizabeth Piel, German 

LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. George Struble, English 

LEFT CENTER, CENTER: Dr. Cloyd Ebersole, Education 

LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Dr. Samuel Grimm, Physics 

RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Barnard Bissinger, Mathematics 

RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Dr. Elizabeth Geffen, History 

FAR RIGHT, UPPER: Mr. John Ramsay, English 

FAR RIGHT, LOWER: Mr. J. Robert O'Donnell, Physics 



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FAR LEFT, UPPER: Dr. Harry Weast, Education 
FAR LEFT, LOWER: Dr. Anthony St. Pierre, Physics 
LEFT CENTER, UPPER: Dr. Anna Faber, English 
LEFT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Robert Lau, Music 
RIGHT CENTER, UPPER: Mrs. Frances Jamanis, Music 
RIGHT CENTER, LOWER: Mr. Vinod Maniyar, Economics 
FAR RIGHT: Dr. Howard Neidig, Chemistry 



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CLASSES 



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Seniors 



FAR LEFT: OFFICERS: Pres., C. Linebaugh; V.P., B. Walsh; Sec, R. Hofmann; Treas., T. Whittle. UPPER 
LEFT: Standing: F. Kuhn, W. Bucher, B. Burdick, T. Bobofas. Kneeling: T. Svirslco. LOWER LEFT: J. 
Meade, G. Morse, E. Ko//e, J. Grube, D. Stottlemeyer. UPPER RIGHT: B. Houser, S. Godsha//, N. Thayer. 
LOWER RIGHT: V. Coble, M. Reidy, T. Hostetter. 



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FAR LEFT: S. George, P. Werrell, S. Casagrand, N. Hollinger, 
UPPER LEFT: J. Corson, G. Steinruck, M. Ukasinski. 
LOWER LEFT: M. Hunskker, T. Flud, R. Frey, E Shipley 
CENTER: J. Edwards, P. Refa. 
FAR RIGHT: W. Weaver, B. McCann, C. DeBoeser. 



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UPPER LEFT: V. fme, M. A. Gllpatrick, L. Annaguey, 6. Sfachow 

LOWER LEFT: Kneeling: J. fraylic, J. Schreiber, Standing: H. Schreiber, R. Miller, B. Albert, M. 

TOP CENTER: E. Miltner, T. DeMarco, J. Dotlolo, R. Snell, E. Linker 

CENTER: J- P. Lewin, J. Barkow, L. Riedman, G Phelps 

UPPER RIGHT: M. Ade, D. Lapp 



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UPPER LEFT: G. Scoff, J. Grube 

LOWER LEFT: B. Hunter, P. Werner, J. 

Gallo, H. Dinger 

CENTER: K. Htckerson, C. May, S. Shue, N. 

Wagner, M. Rice, N. Swenson, C. trwin 

UPPER RIGHT: Sitting: C. Benninger, R. A. 

Pfeil, P. Rau, J. Hummer. Standing: R. 

Hofmann, V. Strickler, C. Jones, C. Bn'enzo. 

LOWER RIGHT: R. Kornmeyer, J. Biery, J. 

Mohrman, D. Murphy, J. Cranston, R, 

Walsh 



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UPPER LEFT: W. Moyer, J. Cooper, G. Myers, T. Nitka 

LOWER LEFT: S. Shedenhelm, J. Shuster, J. Yeagley 

TOP CENTER: Standing: M. Waltz, J. Penny, W. Coupe, M. Malion, M. Burns, R. Grimm. Kneeling: 

C. Campbell, L. Helt, 8. Andrews 

LEFT CENTER: L. Gunderson, C. Greene, E. Houck, P. Horn, G. Roush 

UPPER RIGHT: P. Stock, A. Basset!, S. Willman 

LOWER RIGHT: L. Bowman, J. Ill, G. Shaffer, J. Nornhold 



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FAR LEFT: Kneeling: D. Carter. Standing: J. Bitner, P. Caulker, B. Sherman 

UPPER LEFT: S. Greiner, M. Hardenstine, J. Creeger, D. Myers 

LOWER LEFT: J. litis, D. Witt, W. Wilkes 

TOP CENTER: B. Brandt, R. A. Peterson, E. Zeiders 

CENTER: M. Ahrens, 8. Dobinsky, D. Clemens, J. Croft, N. Sener 

FAR RIGHT: S. Stambach, C. Hoefhch, L. T. Dorr, E. Peters, D. Merrill, M. Church 



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Juniors 



OFFICERS: 

S. Shenk, Treasurer 
T. Featherstone, Secretary 
R. Gotwalt, Vice President 
H. Gregory, President 



104 





Linda S. Ammlung 
Music Education 



Barbara E. Andrews 
English 



Barbara J. Asplund 
Elementary Education 



Donald R. Bechtel 
Psychology 






Glen E. Beidel 
Chemistry 



Kathy T. Bell 

Economics and Bus. Adm. 



David H. Binkley 
Music Education 






Catherine G. Bither 
Chemistry 



Donald P. Bloser, Jr. 
Chemistry 



Frank E. Bolway II 
Sociology 



105 





Richard L. Bowen 
Music Education 



Ellen A. Boyar 
Sociology 



Oscar A. 
History 



Boyer 



Pamela J. 
Spanish 



Boyer 






Connie J. Brocious 
Biology 



Carl J. Brown, Jr. 
Psychology 



Enid K. Burgess 
Music Education 





Marianne L. Cake 
Biology 



Georgene M. Carmany 
Elementary Education 



106 




Irene L. Carrilio 
English 



Thomas W. Cestare 
History 




Thomas W. Corbett, Jr. 

Political Science 



Dianne M. Cottrell 
English 



Susan E. Cramer 
Chemistry 






Beverly A. Cushnie 
Chemistry 



Thomas B. Davis 
History 



Suzanne P. DeLong 
Sociology 



Marjorie R. Dodge 
English 



107 





Susan R. Dorman 
Music Education 



Robert C. Dresch 
Psychology 



Deborah A. Ellicott 
Biology 






Donald F. Engle 
English 



Mona A. Enquist 
Sociology 



Robert D. Etchberger 
Elementary Education 





Theresa M. Featherstone 
Elementary Education 



David L. Feldman 
Biology 



Larry A. Fenner 
Biology 



Carol A. Fetter 
Biology 



108 






Dale E. Fetzer 
English 



Gary W. Fleagle 
Music Education 



Lorelei M. Floyd 
Religion 



Donna J. Fluke 
Music 





Terry L. Folk 
German 



Diane E. Fox 
Medical Technology 



Joann Fritz 
Elementary Education 





Barry E. Fry 
English 



Robert F. Fuhrer 
Psychology 



John J. Gallo 
English 



109 




Kevin E. Garner 
Music Education 



Elaine L. Gerhard 
Nursing 



John R. Gibble 
Sociology 



Keith D. Gitterman 
Biology 





Sally L. Godshall 
English 



Gregory F. Goldsmith 
Biology 



Robert W. Gotwalt 
Psychology 




Deborah L. Gould 
Music Education 



Dennis M. Graybill 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 



110 





Harvey G. Gregory 
Elementary Education 



Carol C. Grove 
English 






Reid W. Habecker 
Chemistry 



William C. Hafer 
Liberal Arts 



Kenneth M. Hale, Jr. 
English 






James M. Hansen 
Liberal Arts 



Cheryl A. Hartman 
Elementary Education 



Erma J. Hastings 
English 



Jann C. Helbig 
Elementary Education 



III 





Linda B. Henderson 
Music Education 



Donna L. Henning 
Sociology 



Elizabeth W. Henninger 
Psychology 






Anne L. Hickerson 
Sociology 



Melissa J. Hoffman 
Elementary Education 



Susan M. Hoover 
Music Education 





Nancie J. Hummel 
Sociology 



Anne L. Jameson 
Religion 



Catherine S. Johnson 
Elementary Education 



James E. Johnston 
Music Education 



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Barbara L. Jones 
Biology 



Robert E. Jones 
Liberal Arts 



Donald E. Keener 
Music Education 



Barbara L. Kinney 
Elementary Education 






Kathy L. Knauer 
Elementary Education 



Gregory A. Kramer 
Biology 



Karen L. Kupper 
Mathematics 






Ernest J. Lawton III 
Liberal Arts 



Patricia M. Legath 
Medical Technology 



Jessica H. Leonard 
Elementary Education 



113 





Nancy J. Leibenguth 
German 



Patricia L. Ludwig 
Elementary Education 



John H. Lynch, Jr. 

Religion 



Paul T. Lyter 

Chemistry 





Robert A. Mains 
Music Education 



Jean R. Mazzotta 
English 



Sandra M. McConaghay 
Music Education 




Nancy F. McLean 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 



Charlotte A. Megill 
Elementary Education 



114 





Deborah L. Meima 
Elementary Education 



Anita J. Meiser 
Mathematics 




Stephen J. Mellini 
Liberal Arts 



David A. Mi 
Liberal Arts 



David E. Miller 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 





Eugene M. Moore 
Music Education 



Robert W. Morris 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 



Michael E. Morrison 
Biology 



Frederick J. Moury, Jr. 
History 



115 





Michael L. O'Hara 
Mathematics 



George J. Pence, Jr. 
Biology 



Margaret K. Petteiger 
English 





Roger H. Probert 
Psychology 



William L. Radice 
Psychology 



James M. Ramey 
Biology 






Ronald O. Reed 
Music Education 



Cynthia A. Reifsnyder 
Music Education 



Diane J. Renninger 
Elementary Education 



Susan R. Rich 
English 



116 





Deborah A. Ripley 
Biology 



Martha F. Robins 
Elementary Education 



Julie Rojahn 
Elementary Education 



Barbara M. Roth 
Elementary Education 






Priscilla L. Roth 
English 



Brenda M. Russell 
Elementary Education 



Margie A. Rutherford 
Psychology 






Scott G. Ryland 
Chemistry 



Donald W. Samples 
Physics 



John M. Sass 
Biology 



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Alice J. Schade 
Elementary Education 



Bette J. Scherfel 
Biology 



Shirley M. S'Chioniere 
Music Education 



James A. Schnader 
Music Education 




Martha M. Schreiber 
Elementary Education 



Rosemary E. Seaman 
Sociology 



Charles L. Semmel 
Mathematics 




Linda M. Shaw 
French 



David C. Shellenberger 
Religion 



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C. Suzanne Shenk 
Psychology 



Jane E. Shomper 
Elementary Education 





John M. Shroad, Jr. 
Psychology 



Diane M. Simmons 
Music Education 



Allison C. Smith 
Music Education 






Dennis G. Smith 
Psychology 



Robert G. Smith 
Mathematics 



Jane C. Snyder 
English 



Joanne E. Sockle 
English 



119 





Michael S. Stempkowski 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 



Kenneth J. Sterner 
Music Education 



Jeffery J. Stock 
Biology 




Barry H. Streeter 
Liberal Arts 



Deborah A. Strickler 
Sociology 



Norman A. Sutphin 
Music Education 





Larry E. Sweger 
Music Education 



Gary J. Templin 
Actuarial Science 



Greg L. Teter 
Biology 



Edward F. Thomas 
Psychology 



120 







Maureen F. Thomas 
Medical Technology 



Georgia M. Thompson 
Sociology 



Richard B. Thompson 
History 



William J. Thompson 
Psychology 





Eric J. Uberseder 
Psychology 



Jeffrey P. VanDillen 
Chemistry 



Louise B. Waring 
Music Education 




Martha B. v/Varing 
Elementary Education 



Brian D. Wayne 
Psychology 



Gary B. Weber 
Music Education 



121 





Robert V. Weller, Jr. 
Political Science 



John F. Wenzel 
English 



Nancy J. Werner 
Music Education 



Marilyn L. Whitmire 
Music Education 






Terrence L. Wible 
Religion 



David O. Wilbur 
Biology 



Kathleen F. Wilke 
Elementary Education 




John R. Wise, Jr. 
Biology 



Timothy L. Wissler 
Music 



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Wendy L. Worrilow 
Liberal Arts 



Mary A. Yarasavage 
Medical Technology 



Betty L. Yarrington 
Elementary Education 





Susan D. Yinger 
Biology 



Joseph C. Zimmerman 
Elementary Education 



Robert R. Zolad 
Political Science 



JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 



James P. Bender 
Political Science 

William G. Conrad 
Liberal Arts 

Lynn J. Craft 
Liberal Arts 

Paul S. Fisher 
Music Education 

Wilbur A. Hamsher 
Physics 



Andrew R. King 
Elementary Education 

Linda R. Loose 
Music Education 

LeRoy A. McClure 
English 

Louis Mylecraine 
Biology 



Peter N. Pyles 
German 

Linda S. Rood 
Mathematics 

Jerry W. Solomon 
Music Education 

John D. Ulrich 
Economics and Bus. Adm. 

Charles G. Zerbe 
Biology 



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UPPER LEFT: OFFICERS: Pres., J. Wilson; V.P., D. Stein; Sec, N. Cvi/'ic; Treas., A 
Swa/m. UPPER CENTER: Right to Left: G. Teter; C. Etter; J. Anderson; T. Koons; 
J. Rowe; G. Arnold; C. Werner; R. Herbert. LOWER CENTER: First Row: D. Nagy, 
D. Bachman; D. SteHy; J. Powell. Second Row: P. Whiting; J. Huber; D. Valois; S. 
Fly; G. Fox; J. Landis. LOWER LEFT: First Row: L. Armour; R. Lobianco; R. Ho/brook; 
J. Kurkis. Second Row: D. Boltz; G. Harris; J. Hersey; P. lasinski; E. Gasparino; J. 
Holbrook. 





UPPER LEFT: First Row: H. Chwatt, D. Stull, S. Spiese, 
J. Brandt, R. Templin, T. Richardson. Second Row: 
P. Shearer, M. Spangler, M. Sink, S. Hunsicker, D. 
Teyssier. Third Row: D. Smith, K. Tortora, A. Swa/m. 
LOWER LEFT: First Row: D. Stein, C. Fa//oon, R. Nick- 
erson. Second Row: T. Leach, S. Hubscher, B. Riff- 
man, S. Schadt. MIDDLE: B. Alford, C. Thomson, D. 
Snyder. UPPER RIGHT: First Row: B. Graff, S. Bract:- 
bill, S. Magdule. Second Row: S. Rohland, D. Sim- 
mons, S. Manbeck, J. Iserman. LOWER RIGHT: First 
Row: A. Stachow, S. Wida, J. Rumfield, S. Saubel. 
BACK: B. Quairoli, S. Shaffer, J. Schoch. 



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UPPER LEFT: Seated: J. Abernathy; S. Bell; Left to Right: C. Fiedler; B. Yost; C. Acosfa; B. Huber; P. Zaharfa, B. Beeler; 
D. Bates. LOWER LEFT: Seated: C. Riccaboni; J. Otto; P. Zerbe. Standing: R.Ness; A. Melman; T. Naus; R. Renshaw; C. 
Isselee; J. Matheson; L. Mower; W. Leed; L. Fisher; B. VanArkel. UPPER RIGHT: Seated: N. McCullough; J. Kerschner; P. 
Brown; A. Ramsdell; K. Wallner; V. Perosa; R. Rehrig; G. Deveney; Standing: T. Thompson; G. Petrie. 



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UPPER LEFT: Seated: J. Smith, M. Brlghtbill. A. Brandsberg. 
Behind: A. Bowman, J. DiPiero, J. Conforti, i. Larthy, S. 
Cranage. LOWER LEFT: Seated: C. Kock, C. Kirk, S Kumpf. 
Standing: B. Cam, J. Klutz, A. Krepps, R Lmthurst, M Keiver, 
H. Ktpp. UPPER RIGHT: Seated: D. Gladhill, J. Garber, F 
Garber. Standing: D. fine, F. DeBoer, C. Free/and. G Evans, T. 
Strizver, E. Fasnacht, L. Boschen, D. Fowler. LOWER LEFT: 
Seated: J. Creeger, P. Eberhart, R. DeBaun, P. Bowd.rch Stand- 
ing: P Harubm, S. Wolfe, K Stoltz. R Ellison 1 Crook. D. 
Drimones, C. Drescher, P. Daugherfy. N Cvijic 




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UPPER LEFT: Seated: B. Hall, J. Hammond, G. Fasnachf, E. Heiser, 8. Maxwell, R. 
f. Sourbeer, J lalesla, 8. Jones, E Johnson, 8 Jones. UPPER MIDDLE: Seated: M 
Grant, P. Haas, D. G/'bb/e. Standing: M. Graves, J. Hanmgan, f. Stachow, R. 
G. Sullo, 5. Withers, 8. Robinson, C. Tice, L. Weaver. Back: D. Wilkens, J. Wilson, 
D. Wolf, M. Uberseder. 



Meckley, J. Holt, S. Hoover, L. Kauffman. Standing: 

Housermen, D. Hosteiter, M. Bartell, R. Haas, W 

HeHner, B. Leas, A. Handel. LOWER MIDDLE: Front: 

C. Ruff, B. Jones, G. Wohlgemuth, L. Todt, D. Zweier, 




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UPPER LEFT: OFFICERS: Left to Right: Bill Morrison, 
Treasurer; Bill Hall, Pres. Tony Leach, V. P. Debbie 
Steiner, Sec. LOWER LEFT: First Row: J. Wright, J. 
Callahan; D. Singer. Second Row: T. Wilson; D. Wertz; 
S. White; R. Wilson; M. Muirhead. Third Row: V. 
Oberdorff; B. Workman; 0. Ward; J. Wert. UPPER 
RIGHT: First Row: T. Thorne R. Brisnner; B. Shipe; 
L. Gavett; G. Diana; L. Putland; D. Trullinger; M. 
Thomas. Second Row: F. Tomarchio, C. Rothermel; 
P. Smith; M. Pollick; T. Stewart; J. Russo; R. Shane; 
S. Sener. LOWER LEFT: Seated: A. Philippi; D. 
Sfeiner. Second Row: E. Nottingham. S Siepietow- 
ski; G. Johnson; J. Brandt; N. Alber. Third Row: 
N. Go/a; R. Tomrell; B. Stoclcer; M. Shoup; B. Shoe- 
maker. 



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136 





UPPER LEFT: First Row: C. Evans, C. Drouf. Second Row: 
D. East, B. Seidel, R. Glick. Third Row: D. Kirchhof, K. 
Eakin, J. Barrett. LOWER LEFT: First Row: M. Edwards, M. 
Weigel, K. Bangert, N. Crowther, D. Krautter, P. Grimes, 
J. Jandorsitz. Second Row: A, Curtis, P. Wilson, B- Holmes, 
R. Kramer, H. Henckler. UPPER RIGHT: First Row: B. 
Ervin, W. Fox. Second Row: J. Englehart, D. Erb, K. 
Forker, M. Currin, J. Bostock, J. Garguilo, H. Ulmer, M. 
Dortch. Third Row: R. Cassar, R. Tetrow, J. Banzhoff LOWER 
RIGHT: First Row: J. Mono, S. Crum. SECOND ROW: J. 
fasten, D. Ellis, S. Snyder, L. Diehl, B. Baughman. 



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UPPER LEFT: First Row: C. Wales, A. Doney, M. Walker, D. 
Seegart, R. Tanner, D. Tharp, J. Womer. Second Row: F. Stab- 
ley, T. Chesney, G. Wagner, S. Beam, C. Suda, A. Houtz. 
LOWER LEFT: First Row: R. Greening, T. Heisey. Second Row: 
M. Hinkle, L. Hough, C. Crawford, L. Immen, A. Griswald, 8. 
Hall, J. Brown, J. Hubley. UPPER RIGHT: Standing: J. Lester, 
M. Richmond, K. Ehinger, S. Harding, B. Blazer. Seated: B. 
Johnston, J. Turner, J. Mardula, R. Heckman. LOWER RIGHT: 
First Row: G. Walmer, J. Vanderveur, B. Winters, D. Scholler, 
N. Rowley. Second Row: K. Gilberg, K. Linde, S. Wagner, R. 
Wert, K. Moller, T. Winters, S. Wise, J. Whitman. 




139 




UPPER LEFT: First Row: B. Lutz, C. Becker, C. Gibbler. Second Row: D. Frantz, J. Kundrat. Third Row: D. Kramer, E. Cor- 
don, D. Leathers, B. Miller, M. /.aver, T. Leach, J. GaNun. LOWER LEFT: First Row: M. Burkett, F. Tilger, K. Aston, T. 
Beresford, D. Brown. UPPER RIGHT: Left to Right: W. Jordan, G. Meyers, G. Casey, J. Zeartoss, D. Stetler, J. Rudiak, F. Tomar- 
shio, R. McClelland, J. Hubley. LOWER RIGHT: Left to Right: J. Calyer, C. Miller, J. Miller, R. Reber, P. McC/e//and, W. 
/Morrison, T. Martin, J. Murphy, R. McCarren. 



140 





UPPER LEFT: Seated: C. Johnston, J. Irvine, 
P. Deneen, C. Bronneck, R. Kaplan, B. Kilmer, 
L. Keegan. Standing: S. Kopp, J. Bulko, P. 
Kaiser. LOWER LEFT: Sitting: S. Puglisi, B. 
Phillips, C. Perta, D. Naugle, P. Schieifer, J. 
Rebhorn, N. Nicodemus. UPPER RIGHT: Left 
to Right: G. Schwarz, D. Reinecker, J. Short, 
C. Wubbena, L. Royahn, L. Robinson, L. Witmire, 
S. Reese, D. Walmer, P. Rowland, W. Schn'ber. 
LOWER RIGHT: Sitting: B. Rangnow, J. Kinse//a, 
E. lannarella. Center: C. Garland, M. Hamill, 
W. Johnson. Row: D. Latsha, R. McCabe, D. 
Gordon, C. Anderson, S. Janiak, R. Grisi. 



143 




ORGANIZATIONS 



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Jeff Hersey 


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John Gallo 


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Tom Svirsko 


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Jim Wesferfield 


5. 


David Wilbur 


6. 


Rich Snell 


7. 


Mike Morrison 


8. 


Dave Snyder 


9. 


Bob LoBianco 


10. 


Louie Armour 


11. 


Ted Lyter 


12 


Paul Werner 


13. 


John Ulrich 


14. 


Ken Stoltz 


15. 


George Petrie 


16. 


Bob DeBaun 


17. 


Paul Lasinsky 


18. 


Jim Hanson 


19. 


John Rados 


20. 


Eric Uberseder 


21. 


Bob Morris 


22. 


Dave Steffy 


23. 


Jeff VanDillen 


24. 


Scott Ryland 


25 


Pete Harubin 


26. 


John Dottolo 


27. 


Dan Robey 


28. 


Bob Hunter 


29. 


Ron Miller 


30. 


Rich Haas 


31 


Larry Morrison 


32. 


Henry Dinger 


33. 


Erich Linker 


34 


Ernie Miltner 



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147 



Phi Lambda Sigma 




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Bob Walsh 
Jim Biery 
Robin Kornmeyer 
Craig Werner 
Barry Streeter 
Joe Anderson 
Bob Jones 
Mike Stempkowski 
Bob Zolad 
Ed Thomas 
Bill Jones 
Jeff Thompson 
Tom Corbett 
Tom Koons 
Craig Linebaugh 
Bill Kline 
Don Bechtel 
Bill Radice 
Dave Lilien 



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24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
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Dave Murphy 
Barry Burdick 
Bob Fuhrer 
Bill Alford 
John Schock 
Rex Herbert 
Jim latesta 
Roger Proberf 
Jeff Rowe 
Taki Bobotas 
Greg Tetter 
Frank Kuhn 
Greg Arnold 
Chip Etter 
John Wenzel 
Tom Cestare 
Dave Miller 
Bob Gotwald 
Greg Scott 




148 




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The Valley 




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Denny Smith 
Don Samples 
Bill Allen 
Chuck Semmel 
Dave Hosteller 
Bill Wheeler 
Bob Dresch 
Bob Greiner 
Joe Meyers 
Doug Poffenberger 
Denny Graybill 
George Glen 
Penn Bowdirch 
Joel Riedel 
Bob Dunnick 
Bill Fissel 
Dave Feldman 
Bruce Welsh 
Tom Wittle 
Greg Thomas 
Keith Gittermann 
Dave Shellenberger 
Harvey Gregory 



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1 


Julie Rojahn 


2. 


Diane Renninger 


3 


Carol Brienzo 


4. 


Linda Henderson 


5. 


Cheryl Hartman 


6. 


Gail Fasnacht 


7. 


Carol Run 


8. 


Julie Hummer 


9. 


Beth Jones 


10. 


Pat Brandsberg 


11. 


Dr. Malm 


12. 


Carol Benninger 


13. 


Diane Simmons 


14 


Rolanda Hoffman 


15. 


Dottie Merrill 


16. 


Sandy Kumpf 


17. 


Jan Hammond 


18. 


Ev Heiser 


19. 


Sue Willman 


20. 


Barb Hall 


21. 


Barb Maxwell 


22. 


Jan Creeger 


23. 


Sue Bellas 


24. 


Andrea Brandsberg 


25. 


Fran Stachow 


26 


Kathy Wood 


27. 


Cindy Reifsnyder 


28. 


Ann Bassett 


29. 


Mary Yarasavage 



153 



Kappa Lambda 

Nu 




1. 


Marji Dodge 


13. 


Barb Asplund 


2. 


Becky Leas 


14. 


Pat Dougherty 


3. 


Susie Hoover 


15. 


Peggy Whiting 


4. 


Minerva 


16 


Suzy Shenk 


5. 


Charlene Tice 


17. 


Natalie Cvijic 


6. 


Beth Robinson 


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Margie Rutherford 


7. 


Marianne Cake 


19. 


Betsy Scherfel 


8. 


Wendy Worrilow 


20. 


Suzi Shedenhelm 


9. 


Maureen Thomas 


21 


JoAnn Yeagley 


10. 


Nancie Hummel 


22. 


Debbie Monaghan 


11. 


Pam Boyer 


23 


Lukie Bowen 


12. 


Jan Shuster 


24 


Phran Haas 




154 




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Eric Shipley 


14. 


Barry Dobinsky 


2. 


Rich Thompson 


15. 


Jerry Powell 


3. 


Greg Myers 


16. 


Ken Edwards 


4. 


Jensen Groff 


17. 


Bob Andrews 


5. 


Bob Smith 


18. 


Bob Brandt 


6. 


Dennis Nagy 


19 


Fred Mowry 


7. 


Dave Stull 


20. 


Neil Sener 


8. 


Mike Bartell 


21. 


Larry Boschen 


9. 


Jack Penny 


22. 


Rich Grimm 


10. 


Jim Cooper 


23. 


Dennis Wolf 


11. 


Malcolm Ahrens 


24. 


Mike Bukett 


12. 


Reid Habecker 


25. 


Andy Krebbs 


13 


Bill Moyer 


26. 


Masaji Yoshida 



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157 



Gamma 
Sigma 
Sigma 




1. 


Roberta Harro 


16. 


Sue Cramer 


2. 


Bonnie Baker 


17. 


Glenna Wohlgemuth 


3 


Pat Ludwig 


18. 


Carol May 


4. 


Sue Shue 


19. 


Barb Kinney 


5. 


Anita Meiser 


20. 


Carol Hoeflich 


6. 


Carol Irwin 


21. 


Maureen Rice 


7. 


Cheryl Acosta 


22. 


Kathy Wilke 


8 


Margie Hardenstine 


23. 


Donna Lapp 


9. 


Elaine Peters 


24. 


Nancy Swenson 


10. 


Becky Huber 


25. 


Marcia Sink 


11. 


Betty Beeler 


26. 


Ruth Ann Peterson 


12. 


Sue VanHouten 


27. 


Jann Helbig 


13. 


Georgene Carmany 


28. 


Lynn Craft 


14 


Joann Otto 


29. 


Melissa Hoffman 


15. 


Claire Fiedler 


30. 


Candy Falloon 







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1. 


Tom Hostetter 


13. 


Steve Spiese 


2. 


Ken Hale 


14 


Jerry Soloman 


3. 


Gary Fleagle 


15. 


Ron Renshaw 


4. 


Bob Frey 


16 


Ed Kolle 


5. 


Don Carter 


17. 


Gary Weber 


6. 


Dave Myers 


18 


Dave Boltz 


7. 


Vic Coble 


19 


Norm Sutphin 


8- 


John Bitner 


20. 


Paul Fisher 


9 


Bob Sherman 


21 


Larry Sweger 


10. 


Ric Bowen 


22 


Tim Wissler 


11. 


Ed Fasnacht 


23 


Ron Burrichter 


12 


Don Keener 


24 


Max Hunsicker 



161 



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Sandy George 


2. 


Linda Ammlung 


18. 


Pat Horn 


3. 


Louise Waring 


19. 


Joyce Huber 


4 


Nancy Werner 


20. 


Jane Rumfield 


5. 


Brenda Russell 


21. 


Joann Otto 


6. 


Sue Casagrand 


22. 


Candy Falloon 


7. 


Allison Smith 


23. 


Bonnie Baker 


8 


Margaret Rasmussen 


24 


Carol Green 


9. 


Jan Baumann 


25. 


Eileen Koch 


10. 


Gloria Roush 


26 


Marjorie Uberseder 


11. 


Carol Ricaboni 


27. 


Sandy McConaghay 


12. 


Pat Zerbe 


28. 


Ann Jameson 


13. 


Pat Werrell 


29. 


Martha Waring 


14. 


Phyllis Bacher 


30. 


Eileen Houch 


15. 


Marilyn Whitmire 


31. 


Denise Teyssier 


16. 


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Student Council 



Row One: D. Stetfy, J. Ulrich, R. Holbrook, R. Fuhrer, L. Bowman. Row Two: F. 
Sfachow, 8. Aspiund, D. Smith, S. Shenk, J. Edwards, K. Johnson, J. Creeger, K. 
Walker, B. Warwick. 



164 



Student Senate 



Row One: R. Gotwalt, J. Wenzel, B. Hall, M. Waring, T. Featherstone, T. Cestare, E. 
Shaffer. Row Two: R. Greiner, J. Holbrook, E. Thomas, W. Allen, W. Bucher. 




165 




Executive Committee 



President Sample, C. Linebaugh, L Henderson, Captain Cooper, Mr. Stanson, E. 
Boyar, C. Myers, Mr. Thompson. Missing: Air. Wonderl'tng. 




166 




White Hats 



Row One: B. Ho/brook, S. Shenk, N. Hummel, J. Creeger, 8. Aspiund, C. Ruff, B. 
Robinson, M. Enquist, A. Swalm, J. Sockle. Row Two: i. Henderson, D. Simmons, S. 
Kumpf, G. Myers. Row Three: C. Ltnebaugh, S. Rohland, F. Sfachow. 



167 




La Vie Collegienne 

Row One: R. Brown, L. Mylecraine, M. Hausermann, T. Carriiio, 5. Wiliman, 8. 

Andrews. Row Two; L. Riedman, G. Phelps, P. Grimes, M. Weigel, R. Rehrig, B. 

Hunter, J. Snyder, P. Stock, R. Thompson, R. Johnston, L. Kauffman, S. Hunsicker, D. 
Snyder. 



168 




Quittie 



Seated: D. fox, 6. Asplund. Standing: J. Rudiak, 
Rutherford, D. Samples. 



B. Warwick, B. Hastings, M. 




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S C A 



First Row: Left to Right: J. Otto, J. Smith, R. Peterson, C. Irwin, D. Smith, G. 
Thompson, A. Mei'ser, T. CrooJc, J. Creeger, L, Bowan. Second Row: C. Acosfa, C. 
Feidler, K. Wilke, B. Brandt, D. Sche//enberg, Pres., P. Bowditch, J. Jones, E. John- 
son, G. Myers, F. Moury. 




170 




Delta Tau Chi 



Lefl to Right: R. Brandt, Vice Pres., F. Moury, Chaplain, R. Peterson, B. McCann, 
K. Kupper, A. Fillippi, E. Zeiders, Pres. 




171 




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Wig and Buckle 



Row One: T. Hosfeffer, D. Safes. Row Two: M. Hunsicker, 6. Baker, K. Hale, C. 
Falloon, D. Zwier, G. Fleagle, B. Mains, G. Deveney, B. Frey, J. Sockle, R. Bowen. 
Row Three: P. McClelland, G. Weber, D. Carter, J. Johnston, B. McCann. 



Alpha Psi Omega 

Row One: G. Fleagle, B. Frey, D. Bates, B. Mams. Row Two: G. Weber, J. Sockle, R. 
Bowen. Row Three: B. Baker, T. Hosfeffer, M. Hunsicker. 



173 



Chemistry Club 



First Row: Left to Right: H. Schreiber, Vice 
Pres., J. Schreiber. Back: B. Helt, S. Cupp, S. 
Shedenhelm, Sec., R. Miller, S. Dobinsky, J. 
Groff, Pres., R. Andrews, N. Sener. 




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Physics Club 



Front: D. Poffenberger. Back: Left to Right: 
Mr. O'Donne//, T. Whittle, J Cooper, W. Ham- 
sher, C. Semme/, R. Ellison, Mr. St. Pierre. 



Math Club 



Seated: Left to Rirjht: M. Hardenstine, S. 
Foltz, B. Beeler, C. Fiedler, B. Huber. Standing: 
J. Riedel, B. Creiner, D. Samples, £. Shipley. 




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Beta Beta Beta 



Front Row: Left to Right: K. Hickerson; M. Yarasavage; N. Swenson; D. 
Fox; L. fenner; W. Coupe; Dr. Wolf; B. Albert; G. Steiner. Seated: L. 
Morrison. 



Pi Gamma Mu 



Seated: Left to Right: N. McLean; M. Mellon. Standing: Left to Right: E. 
Zeiders; G. Glen; J. Bitner; T. Davis. 



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Childhood Education Club 

Row One: N. McCullough, K. Wallner, D. Renninger, B. Asplund. Row Two: D. 
Meima, G. Carman/, J. Otto, L. KauHman, C. Acosfa, J. Smith, M. Richmond, L 
Todt, B. Russell, J. Helbig. 

S-PSEA 

Row One: M. Graves, L. Ammlung, N. Werner, S. Foltz. Row Two: 8. Russell, M. 
Waring, K. Hale. 



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Psi Chi 



Left to Right: Miss Knarr, W. Moyer, N. Wagner, Dr. Mather 



Psych Club 



First Row: Left to Right: N. Wagner, W. Moyer, T. Feather- 
stone, Miss Knarr. Second Row: T. DeMarco, R. Probert, B. 
Fuhrer, D. Becbtel, B. Radke. 





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Investment Club 



First Row: Left to Right: L. Bowman, Pres., 
S. Cupp, Vice Pres., D. Steffy, Sec, R- 
Morris, Treas. Second Row: N. McLean, 
E. Shaffer, R. Miller, D. Braren, B. fissel. 
Third Row: R. Grimm, D. Graybill, T. 
Nitka, J. Bitner, M. Bartell, R. Fefrow. 



Sociology Club 



First Row: Left to Right: S. DeLong 
Sec, J. Edward, Pres., B. James, Sec, E 
Schaffer, Vice Pres. Second Row: R. Sea 
men, E. Boyar, G. Thompson, J. Gibble, E 
Zeiders. Third Row: L. Bowman, R. Heff 
ner, G. Beidel, S Rich, J. Klulz. 



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Green Blotter 



Left to Right: Dr. Ford; L. Riedman; 
Snyder; M. Reidy; J. Bowman. 



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Chess Club 



Left to Right: W. Hafer; M. Dortch; R. Shipe; S. Rich, Sec; R. Heffner, 
Pres.; J. Klutz, Treas.; B. Schre/faer, A/I. Birang; G Beidel. AAissing: 8. 
Fisher. 




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Russian Club 



First Row: Left to Right: R. Wert; J. Howdy; K. Loomis; Mrs. Hansen; D. Bates 
K. Wilke. Second Row: J. Ho/brook; J. Hersey; C. Werner; R. SneH; T. Svirsko 
T. Koons; N. Gasper/no; £. Anspach. Third Row: J. Kurkis; R. Ho/brook; L. Larthey 
G. Harris; R. Probert; F. Sourbeer; J. DiPiero; J. latesta. Fourth Row: A. Ca/abrese 
D. Wagner. Fifth Row: W. Hafer; C. Effer; E. Linker; S. Cranage; D. Brown; B. 
Ervin; J. Rowe; D. Miller; S. Mellini; T. Trone; E. Shaffer. 








Marching Band 



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Concert Choir 



Row One: C. Green, M. Whitmire, D. Simmons, L. Waring, W. 
Weaver, D. Gladhill, D. Fluke, D. Erb, N. Leibenguth, J. 
Brandt, A. Jameson, S. DeLong, S. George. Row Two: S. 
Kumpf, M. Robins, P. Bacher, R. Wilson, S. McConaghay, E. 
Burgess, M. Waring, S. Casagrand, N. Hollinger, B. Baker, S. 
Hoover, P. Zerbe. Row Three: C. Zeiders, A. Barber, J. Bitner, 
K. Sterner, T. Wissler, G. Eleagel, P. McClelland, T. Hostetter, 
L. Witmer, D. Myers, S. Spiese, J. Burns. Row Four: D. Fowler, 
M. Kamen, G. Pupp, G. Weber, B. Mains, R. Bower,, J. 
Hunsicker, J. Wright, M. Shoup, R. Sherman, T. Leach. 



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Girls' Band 



BELOW: Left to Right: S. McCann; N. Werner; D. Teyssier. Second Row: N. Powley; 
L. Waring' C. Draut. Third Row: 6. Baker; D. Gish. Fourth Row: C. Green,- P. 
Werrell; S. George. Fifth Row: E. Burgess, M. Whitmire; F. Garven. Sixth Row: A. 
Me/ser; M. Graves; L. Ammlung. Seventh Row: S. McConaghay. Eighth Row: J. 
Huber; G. Fox; K. Loomis. Ninth Row: J. Landis; W. (Jh/er; C. Crawford. 







Student Guild Group 

MIDDLE, Seated: K. Hale; R. Click; R. Ellison; P, Rowland; N. Sutphin; G. 
Weber. Standing, First Row: W. L/h/er; J. Rumfield; J. Hollinger, Sec; D. 
Myers, Pres.; D. Binkley; V. Pres.; P. Zerbe; M. Whitmire; J. Huber. Second 
Row: S. Baughman; L. Loose; D. Walmer. 

Brass Ensemble 



TOP: LEFT WALL, Front to Backt M. Keever; J. Hunsicker; L. Whitmer; S. Bell; 
R. Renshaw; F. Stachow. Second Row: J. Solomon; P. Fischer; C. Sharman; C. 
Sherman; 8. Kain. Rail Row: J. Johnston; J. D'lerio; H. Clarke; H. Kipp; J. 
Jones. Third Row: T. Hud; S. George; G. Moore; D. Carter; D. Twitch. 



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Chapel Choir 



Row One: R. Meckley, K. Bell, i. Robinson, D. Walmer, M. Mu'trhead, 
J. Otto, L. Bowen. Row Two: C. Fiedler, J. Huber, 1, Crook, 8. 
Baughman, S. White, J. Smith, C. Falloon. Row Three: B. Greiner, B. 
Fis$el, R. Nickerson, J. Ganun, B. Stdchow, R. Ellison, R. Zweier, F. 

Moury. 



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Clarinet 
Choir 



Left to Right: D. Teissier, C. 
Crawford, 8. Phillips, N. Wer- 
ner, N. Rowley, 0. Gish, C. 
Drouf, V. Fox, A. Meiser, W. 
Uhler, A. Stachow, L. Ammlung, 
J. Huber, D. £asf„ F. Garver, J. 
Landis, R. Heckman, R. Reed, L. 
Sweger, D. Frantz, D. Keener, J. 
Garguilo, R. Frey, M. Hunsicker, 
K. Garner, S. Saubel, J. Schnad- 
er, C. Zeiders, R. Fowler, W. 
Fox, D. Neithamer, E. Fasnacht, 
R. Zweier, R. Kain, H. Kipp, S. 
Bell, D. Boltz, R. Mains. 




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ABOVE: First Row: Left to Right: M. Hunsicker; i. Witmer; S. McConahay; M. 
Whitmire. Second Row: D. Walmer; M. Lycus. Third Row: R. Rensha; G. Tate; J. 
Morello. Fourth Row: 8. Rich; J. Thurmond, H. Kipp. Fifth Row: J. Coffrane; F. 
Stachow. 



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Jazz Band 



MIDDLE: Kneeling: Left to Right: D. Keener; B. Kain ; D. Zweier; E. Fasnacht; J. 
Schnader. Standing: 6. Fry; K. Garner, W. Fox; M. Hunzkker; H. Kipp; D. 8o/tz; 
T. Flud, Dir.; J. Jones; L. Wilmir; C. Sharman; J. Solomon; S. Speise. 



Orchestra 



BELOW: Right to Left: Mr. Lanese; A. Beimfohr; M. Rasmussin; J. Helbig; D. G/sh; 
S. George; M. Uherseder; M. Brightbill; C. Petta; E. Kock; P. Brunner; D. Ellis; P. 
Werrell; C. Wubbena; L. Ammlung; E. Houck; J. Landis,- A. Smith; P. Horn; D. 
Boltz; D. Nieihamer; C. Sherman; L. Swegerl; R. Renshaw; H. Kipp; T. Flud; L. 
Witmer; D. Carter; R. Reed; K. Garner; N. Sutphm; D. Zweier; M. Shoup; P. 
Fischer; B. Mains; B. Sherman. 





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SPORTS 



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Fourth Year 
of Lacrosse 



Spring of 1969 marked the fourth season of La- 
crosse here at L.V.C. Although the team did not retain 
the AA.A.C. championship, which it won in 1968, it 
was still an impressive season with the team posting 
an 8-2 record. The stickmen picked up three new 
teams, among them Penn State, a result of a conflict 
over division honors for the 1968 season. 

The team, led by captain Tom Falato, was the first 
to include four year veterans. These men were the 
"pioneers" of Lacrosse at the Valley. Many school 
records were set, both individually and as a team. 
The team had the most game goals— 21 against 
Dickinson, and the most season goals— 1 14. 

Dennis Misal and Tom Cestare were elected Most 
Valuable players. Outstanding player awards went to 
defensemen Joe Torre, goalie Bill Zinmerman, mid- 
fielders Jerry Staufer and Dennis Misal and attack- 
men Tom Cestare and Jim Evans. Four-year letter 
winners were Pete Brennan, Jim Evans, Jerry Staufer, 
and Tom Falato. 





SENIOR MEMBERS: R. West, P. Brennan, W. Zimmerman, J. Evans, S. Brandsberg, D. Tulli, J. StauHer, D. Misal, J. Torre. Kneeling: T. Falato (captain). 



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Row 1: J. Torre, D. Tulli, J. Evans, R. West, T. Falato (captain), W. Zimmerman, D. Misal, J. Stauffer, S. Brandsberg, P. Brennan. Row 2: T. Cestare, R. Jones, T. DeMarco, 
G. Shaffer, C. Linebaugh, W. Allen, G. Scoff, J. Beardsley, D. Engle, P. Bowditch, N. Coddington (manager). Row 3: W. Rad/'ce, D. SteHy, R. Fuhrer, D. Wilbur, R. Dunnick, 
T. Whittle, D. Feldman, R. Pierce, E. Johnson. Row 4: W. McHenry (coach), J. Rowe, G. Arnold, R. Herbert, T. Corbett, B. Streeter, S. Miller, R. McHenry (coach). 




LVC Opponent 

1 3 Gettysburg 5 

4 Bucknell 11 

7 Villanova 5 

13 Franklin & Marshall 2 

1 1 Western Maryland 5 

21 Muhlenberg 5 

3 Penn State 8 

10 New York Maritime 2 

21 Dickinson 5 

1 1 Delaware 3 

RECORD: Won, 8; Lost, 2 



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Putting Best 
Foot Forward 

This past year the track squad put forth their 
best efforts to produce one of the school's best 
squads in seven years. Mike Shanfelder and 
Harvey Gregory led the team in record breaking 
performances in the Shot Put and the 440 Inter- 
mediate Hurdles. John Gilman tied a previous 
record in the 2 mile run. The small number on 
the squad demonstrated that motivation and the 
will to win comes out on top in the end. The 
team shows promise for the future since both 
Shanfelder and Gregory are returning. 




Row 1: R. Kaneda, J. Davis (co-captains). Row 2: G. Thomas, R. Jones, A. Shenk, J. Hersey, J. Wentzel, S. Spiese. Row 3: T. Micka, K. Gitterman, D. Robey, R. Probert. 
Row 4: R. Greiner, J. VanDillan, M. Shanfilder, B. Burdick, J. latesta, H. Gregory, J. Shaffer. Row 5: R. Rogerson (coach,), C. Marshall, J. Gilman, D. Smith, G. Meyhoffer 
(coach) 

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LVC Opponent 

48 Dickinson 97 

44 Albright 100 

47 Muhlenberg 98 

37 1 / 2 P.M.C. & Juniata .96 & 47Vi 

46 Delaware Valley 99 

51 Lycoming 94 

37 Franklin & Marshall .. .108 

50 Ursinus 95 

88 Washington 57 




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Kneeling: M. Wa/tz, T. Light, D. Bachman. Standing: J. Schoch, G. G/en, J. Casse/, B. Dresch, T. Bofao/as, Coach Petrofes. 




1969 Linksmeri: 
Boogies and Bungles 

L.V.'s Golf squad again stuck with tradition and 
ended with a losing record of 0-12. Contrary to pop- 
ular hopes, the squad did descend lower in the loss 
column than previous years. The only close match 
was with Delaware Valley. Here in the balmy mid- 
April weather, the "L.V. Linksmen" lost a heart- 
breaker by one point. The rest of the larger schools 
in the Middle Atlantic Conference completely over- 
powered our small squad. 

This season, the returning lettermen did a good 
job in the essentials of driving, chipping, and putting, 
but the lack of depth hindered the squad. Terry 
Light, Mike Waltz, George Glen, Bob Dresch and 
Taki Bobotas were the backbone of the team. All are 
returning. 

As the Golf Team and Lebanon Valley look for- 
ward to another season, prospects look good with 
returning lettermen and freshman neophytes. Though 
the squad will remain small, they should present 
more of a threat to our MAC companions. 



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Defense Makes U 
the Team 



After eight long, frustrating and unhappy 
seasons, a portion of the Middle Atlantic 
Conference Southern Division Championship 
belonged to the Flying Dutchman of Lebanon 
Valley College. Not since 1961 had the foot- 
ball team won the championship, but now 
part of the glory that goes with winning has 
come back to LVC. 

The name of the game this year was 
defense, but even more so, the word team 
came into the picture. The team had its stand- 
outs and stars, but yet it was a team. 

This year's team was full of enthusiasm and 
desire from August 28th until the final second 
of the Atlantic City Classic held in Convention 
Hall. Although hampered by an inexperienced 
offense, with only three returnees from the 
previous year, the team never gave up hope 
for a championship. The defensive team 
played with excellence, led by co-captains 
Dave Murphy and George Morse. The de- 
fense held the opponents from scoring and 
the offense managed a few points in each 
game to win. 

The season was a 6 and 2 record, losing to 
Albright and Moravian. With this winning 
season, the Valley loses some valuable sen- 
iors who 'gave a great deal of effort to 
turning the LVC football seasons into a win- 
ning tradition which they hope will continue 
for many seasons to come. 





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Front Row: T. Light, G. Shaffer, T. Bobofas, J. Grube, D. Murphy, R. Snell, T. DeMarco , T . Svirsko, R. Kornmeyer. Second Row: M. Morrison, R. Probert, J. Thompson, 
B. Streeter, E. Thomas, B. Morris, B. Jenkins, D. Rakow, G. Teter, B. Fuhrer. Third Row: J. Holbrook, J. Rados, T. Koons, J. fiowe, J. latesta, J. Kurkis, B. Holbrook, 
J. Hersey, J. DiPiero, D. Duso. Fourth Row: B. Jones, C. Werner, L. Larfhey, G. Arnold J. Achoch, G. Barnabic, D. Dower, T. Calabrese, N. Trout, S. Wagner, D. 
Leathers, T. Wilson. Fifth Row: N. Gasparino, J. Russo, W. Johnson, T. Chesney, J. Cohen, E. Boeckel, G. Schwarz, A. Hopper, A. Macchi, T. Rubbo, M. Mannion, W. 
Frankowski, L. Melsky, N. Hamill, C. Suda. ON LEFT: S. Yeakel, B. McGinness, D. West, C. Rothermel, J. Westerfield, J. Brandt. ON RIGHT: G. Kolaras, R. Gaeckler, 
T. Allmon, J. Petrofes, R. Rogerson, B. McHenry. 




LVC Opponent 

7 Dickinson • 

6 Ursinus 3 

13 Muhlenberg 12 

Moravian 17 

43 F&M 14 

Albright 15 

21 Coast Guard 6 

28 PMC 



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Harriers Prove to Be 
Tough Competition 

LVC Opponent 

1 7 Elizabethtown 42 

26 Dickinson 29 

38 Ursinus 17 

16 Muhlenberg 43 

44 F&M 19 

24 Delaware Valley 31 

50 Drexel 15 

21 Phila, Textile 36 

21 Albright 34 




Row One: J. Kinsella, J. Rebhorn, D. Wertz, S. Shaffer. Row Two: T. 
Nitka, J. Gilman, H, Gregory, Coach Mayhoffer. 



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Under the able direction of Coach George Mayhoffer, the 
1969 Cross Country season (7-4) proved to be the second 
best in the eight years of its existence at the Valley. Led by 
co-captains Terry Nitka and Harvey Gregory, the seven mem- 
ber team proved to be tough competition. In mid-season the 
team lost the services of its lead runner, sophomore John Gil- 
man, due to a muscle pull. Despite their loss, the team did an 
excellent job in the remaining meets. Freshman Jim Rebhorn 
and John Kinsella turned in consistent performances through- 
out the season along with sophomore Steve Shaffer. Fresh- 
man Dennis Wertz provided the high spirit and consistent ef- 
fort that is essential to a team sport. 

The 26-29 upset over Dickinson in the last meet proved to 
be the highlight of the season. The four defeats were from 
Ursinus, Drexel, F&M, and Susquehanna. The team placed 
tenth in the AA.A.C. Championship Meet with Harvey Gregory 
and Terry Nitka placing 39 and 43 respectively. Prospects 
for the next season look good with the addition of several 
freshmen and the loss of only one senior. 



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Standing: Coach Walters, J. Snyder, J. Schuster, M. Keffer, J. Yeagley, K. Angstadt. Seated: C. Sec/ceo J. Garber, 8. Hall, B. Harro, C. Jones. 




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A Scoring Season 

Compiling a 9-2-1 record, the 1969 Women's Field 
Hockey Team scored their way through the most suc- 
cessful season in 30 years, captained by Bobbi Harro, 
Janice Shuster and Joey Yeagley, and coached by 
Mrs. Jaci Walters. 

The team's fast-moving offense scored 46 goals, 
half of which were driven in by right inner Barb Hall. 
Center forward Jan Garber and left inner Karen 
Angstadt were the two next high scorers, scoring 10 
and 7 goals respectively. Each of the three freshmen 
halfbacks scored at least once. 

The team made a good showing at the muddy Cen- 
tral Penn Tournament, tying in both games. Barb Hall 
and Jan Garber were selected for the Central Penn I 
and II teams respectively, while Bobbi Harro, goalie, 
and Jan Shuster, left wing, received honorable men- 
tion. Bobbi Harro went on to compete in the Mid East 
Tournament, made the Mid-East II team, and then 
competed in the National' Tournament held in Mich- 
igan. 



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LVC Opponent 

8 Kutztown 

6 York College 1 

1 Shippensburg 1 

3 Muhlenberg 2 

Millersville 2 

4 Elizabethtown 3 

3 Messiah 1 

4 Albright 2 

9 Moravian 

1 Gettysburg 2 

2 Susquehanna 1 




Row Oner A. Mei'ser, C. Fetter, M. Cum'n, P. Mandle, N. Cvj/'i'c, R. Thompson. Row Two: J. Shomper, Coach Wa/fers, J. Ho/f, J. Womer, D. Harfman, J. Irvin, 

K. Wilke, P. Dougherty, J. Brandt, B. Maxwell, P. Shearer. J. Vanderveur, P. Ludwig. 213 



LVC Opponent 

70 Gettysburg 77 

98 F&AA 64 

75 Dickinson 93 

91 Elizabethtown 100 

51 Drexel 57 

82 Muhlenberg 92 

64 Towson State 75 

83 Ursinus 49 

75 Moravian 66 

53 Albright 63 

73 Dickinson 59 

75 F & M 79 

79 Johns Hopkins 62 

84 Muhlenberg 97 

66 Washington College 63 

52 PMC 70 

73 Moravian 71 

59 Western Maryland 65 

66 Upsala 73 

67 Wilkes 72 




Row One: C. fffer, £. lannarella, F. Kuhn, W. Bucher, J. Dottolo, 
D. Johnson. Row Two: G. Pefn'e, K. Sfoltz, J. Hunt, K. Linde, D. 
Miller, E. Linker, S. Mellmi, Mr. Gaeckler. 




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A New Coach 
and Hard Work 

After his baptismal season at the helm of L.V.'s basketball 
team, Coach Roger Gaeckler was not particularly happy with 
the team's 7 and 13 record. With only four seniors leaving 
and underclassmen Kris Linde and George Petrie as high 
scorers, he does see some daylight for next year. 

It was a hard working season for the squad and the new 
coach. The Dutchmen dropped only three of their tilts by 
more than ten points. Poor play in the waning moments of 
each game added further to the coach's contention that "in- 
experience cost us more than a few decisions." The lack of 
a consistent big producer hurt the Dutchmen. Only three 20- 
plus scoring efforts were turned in during the entire season. 

Two of the L.V.C. victories came over Dickinson and Johns 
Hopkins, two clubs who made the play-offs. When things 
went right for the Dutchmen, they did put all of it together. 
Early in the year they scored their biggest point-spread win, 
a 34-point margin over F & M. 




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Kneeling: Left to Right: C. Suda; R. Phillips; B. Etchberger; M. Stempkowski; T. Rubbo; A. Laane; B. Hall; T. Koons; J. latesta; 8. Holbrook; E. Thomas, Captain. 
Assistant Coach, At Fasnacht; Trainer, C. Rothermel; D. Leathers; J. Lester; M. Cupp; F. Stabley; 8. Helt; J. DiP'tero; T. Chesney; L. Larthey; J. Edwards; Manager, 
6. Weller; Coach, J. Petrofes. 



Individual Mat Efforts 
Shine 

The L.V.C. grapplers were faced this year with a situa- 
tion strongly resembling that of last year. Inexperience 
seemed to be the major drawback for the team. As 
Coach Petrofes put it, "Had we been able to keep the 
original line-up expectations on a great improvement on 
last season would probably have held true. Because of 
a number of unfortunate circumstances, mainly nine 
different line-ups in nine different matches, we have 
reverted back to the inexperienced line up of a year ago, 
and therefore many of the bouts I thought we could win 
at the beginning of the season, we have lost." 

After pouncing on P.M.C. 32-8 and narrowly missing 
a win over Elizabethtown, the inexperience was evident 
on the mats. Captain Ed Thomas again this year was 
able to chalk up quite a record obtaining the most falls 
in one season. Two freshmen, Tony Rubbo and Rich 
PhilHps, both with fine records, were also great assets to 
the team. With these and other matmen returning next 
year, the outlook for an improved team is much brighter. 



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New Rules 
New Hope 



The 1970 Women's Basketball Team 
brought some changes to Valley this year. 
With the acquisition of a new set of rules, 
that is, a complete switch to men's rules, 
and under the direction of a new coach, 
Mrs. Jaci Walters, the team assumed a new 
outlook. Their determination and desire built 
stamina and put speed into their game. 

Unfortunately, the first two games of the 
season were lost to the two strongest teams 
in the conference, Millersville and Elizabeth- 
town. Under the leadership of co-captains 
Janice Shuster and JoAnn Yeagley, the squad 
fought strongly for the remainder of the 
season, showing their improvement with 
each game. 



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L-Club 



Row One: H. Gregory, T. DeMarco, 8. Ho/brook, E. 
Linker, G. Scott. Row Two: G. Arnold, J. Rowe, T. 
Cestare. 



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Row One: O. Hartman, J. Snyder, M. Schreiber. Row Two: R. 
Meckley, E. Heiser, G. Fasnacht, C. Johnson. Row Three: B. 
Maxwell, D. Drimones, N. Hummel, S. Shenk. 




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Right to Left: C. Harfman; B. Jones; G. Fasnacht; G. Thomas; D. Simmons; J. Hummer; T. Leach; S. Shenjt; K. Forker; C. Gi'v/er. 



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It Took Hard Work! 

There is nothing quite as essential to the making of a good yearbook 
as plenty of help and hard work. The staff had a lot of the latter and 
none of the former. We of the 1971 Quittie feel we have tried our best 
to make this a successful book by changing the cover and using new 
photographic effects. With the major changes in the 1970 Quittie as our 
basis, we have tried to make this year's book one of meaning. We hope 
that each individual will rediscover his most significant experiences from 
this past year. 

All of this could not have been done without the help of many people. 
We extend our gratitude to: Mrs. Ann Monteith, our advisor, for listening 
to our problems, Mr. Jack Winand, photographer, who made many extra 
trips to our campus; our student photographers for lending us their strong 
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Index 



Abernathy, J. 128 

Acosta, C. 128, 158, 170, 178 

Ade, M. 97 

Ahrens, M. 103, 156 

Alber, N. 135, 56 

Albert, B. 96, 176 

Alford, W. 126, 149,61 

Allen, W. 94, 151, 165, 199 

Ammlung, L. 105, 162, 178 

Anderson, C. 143 

Anderson, J. 124, 149 

Andrews, B. 105, 168 

Andrews, R. 100, 156, 174 

Angstadt, K. 212 

Annaguey, L. 96 

Anspach, E. 184 

Armour, L. 125, 146 

Arnold, G. 125, 149, 199,207,222 

Asplund, B. 55, 105, 154, 164, 178, 167, 169 

Aston, K. 140 

Bacher, P. 162, 189 

Bachman, D. 125, 204 

Baker, B. 92, 158, 162, 173, 189 

Bangert, K. 136 

Banzhoff, J. 137 

Barkow J. 96 

Barnabic, G. 207 

Barrett, J. 

Bartell, M. 133, 156 

Bassett, A. 101, 153 

Bates, D. 128, 173, 184 

Baughman, B'. 137 

Bauman, J. 162 

Beam, S. 138 

Beardsley, J. 60, 199 

Bechtel, D. 105, 149, 180 

Becker, C. 140, 212 

Beeler, B. 128, 158, 175 

Beidel, G. 105, 181, 183 

Bell, K. 105, 192 

Bell, S. 128, 191 

Bellas, S. 153 

Benninger, C. 99, 153, 61 

Beresford, T. 140 

Biery, J. 99, 149 

Binkley, D. 105, 191 

Birang, M. 183 

Bither, C. 105 

Bitner, J. 102,61, 161, 181, 177, 189 

Blauch, J. 95 

Blazer B. 139 

Bloser, D. 105 

Bobotas, T. 90, 149, 204, 207 

Boeckel, E. 207 

Boltz, D. 125, 161 

Bolway, F. 105 

Books, R. 95 

Boschen, L. 131, 156 

Bostock, J. 137 

Bowditch, J. P. 131, 151, 170, 199 

Bowen, L. 154, 170 

Bowen, R. 106, 161, 173, 189 

Bowman, A. 130 

Bowman, J. 182 

Bowman, L. 101, 164, 181 

Boyar, E. 181, 1 06, 1 66 

Boyer, O. 106 

Boyer, P. 154, 106, 59 

Brackbill, S. 127 

Brandsberg, A. 130, 153 

Brandsberg, S. 199 

Brandt, J. 135, 207, 213 

Brandt, J. 126, 189 

Brandt, R. 103, 156, 170, 171 

Braren, D. 181 

Brennan, P. 199 

Brienzo, C. 99, 153 

Brightbill, M. 130 

Brisnner, R. 135 

Brocious, C. 106 

Bronneck, C. 142 

Brown, C. 168, 106 

Brown, D. 140, 184 

Brown, J. 138 

Brown, P. 129 



Bucher, W. 90, 165, 214 

Bulko, J. 142 

Burdick, B. 90, 202 

Burgess, E. 106, 189 

Burkett, M. 140, 156 

Burns, J. 95, 189 

Burns, M. 100 

Cain, B. 130 

Cake, M. 106, 154, 59 

Calabrese, T. 207, 184 

Callahan, J. 124 

Campbell, C. 100 

Carmany, G. 106, 158, 178 

Carrilio, I. 107, 168 

Carter, D. 102, 161, 173 

Casagrand, S. 92, 162, 189 

Casey, G. 141 

Cassar, R. 137 

Cassel, J. 204 

Caulker, P. 102 

Cestare, T. 107, 149, 165, 199, 59, 222 

Chesney, T. 138, 207, 218 

Church, M. 103 

Chwatt, H. 126 

Clemens, D. 103 

Coble, V. 91, 161 

Coddington, N. 199 

Colyer, J. 141 

Cohen, J. 207 

Corbett, T. 107, 149, 199 

Corson, J, 92 

Cottrell, D. 107 

Cooper, J. 100, 156, 175 

Coupe, W. 100, 176 

Craft, L 158 

Cramer, S. 107, 158 

Cranage, S. 130, 184 

Cranston, J. 149 

Crawford, C. 138 

Creegar, J. 131, 153, 164, 170, 167 

Creegar, J. 102 

Crook, T. 131, 170 

Crowther, F. 95 

Crowther, N. 136 

Crum, S. 1 37 

Cupp, M. 96, 174, 181, 218 

Currin, M. 137, 213 

Curtis, A, 136 

Cushnie, B. 107 

Cvijic, N. 124, 131, 154, 213 

Davis, J. 202 

Davis, T. 107, 177 

DeBaun, R. 131, 146 

DeBoer, F. 130 

DeBoeser, C 93 

DeLong, S. 107, 181, 189 

DeMarco, A. 96, 180, 199, 207, 222 

Deneen, P. 142 

Deveney, G. 129, 173 

Diana, G. 135 

Diehl, D. 94 

Diehl, L. 137 

Dilorio, J. 137 

Dinger, H. 98, 146 

DiPiero, J. 130, 207, 184, 218 

Dobinsky, B. 103, 156, 174 

Dodge, M. 107, 154 

Dodge, N. 107, 154 

Doney, A. 138, 56 

Dorman, S. 108 

Dorr, L 103 

Dortch, M. 137, 183 

Dottolo, J. 96, 146, 214 

Dougherty, P. 131, 154, 213 

Dower, D. 207 

Dresch, R. 107, 151, 204 

Drescher, C. 131 

Drimmones, D. 131, 223 

Drout, C. 136 

Dunnick, R. 151, 199 

Duso, D. 207 

Eakin, K. 136 

East, D. 136 

Eberhart, P. 131 

Edwards, J. 93, 164, 181,218 



Edwards, K. 156 

Edwards, M. 136 

Ehinger, K. 139 

Ellicott, D. 108 

Ellis., D. 137 

Ellison, R. 131, 175, 191, 192 

Engle, D. 108, 199 

Englehart, J. 137 

Enguist, M. 108, 167 

Erb, D. 137, 189 

Ervin, B. 137, 184 

Etchbergr, R. 108, 218 

Etter, C. 124, 149, 184,214 

Evans, C. 136 

Evans, J. 199 

Evans, G. 131 

Falato, T. 199 

Falloon, C. 126, 158, 162, 173 

Fasnacht, E. 131, 161, 218 

Fasnacht, G. 132, 153, 224 

Featherstone, T. 53, 58,108, 165, 180, 104 

Feldman, D. 108, 151, 199 

Fenner, L. 108, 176 

Fetrow, R. 181 

Fetter, C. 108, 213 

Fetzer, D. 109 

Fiedler, C 128, 158, 170, 175 

Fillippi, A. 171 

Fine, D. 131 

Fine, V. 96 

Fisher, L. 128 

Fisher, P. 161 

Fissel, W. 151, 181 

Fleagle, G. 109, 161, 173, 189 

Floyd, L. 109 

Flud, T. 92 

Fluke, D. 109, 162, 189 

Fly, S. 125 

Folk, T. 109 

Foltz, S. 94, 175, 178 

Forker, K. 137, 56, 224 

Fowler, D. 131, 189 

Fox, D. 109, 176, 169, 59 

Fox, V. 125 

Fox, W. 137 

Frankowski, W. 207 

Frantz, D. 140 

Fraytic, J. 96 

Freeland, C. 131 

Frey, R. 92, 161, 173 

Fritz, J. 109 

Fry, B. 109 

Fuhrer, R. 109, 149, 164, 180, 199, 207 

Gallo, J. 98, 109, 146 

GaNun, J. 140 

Garber, F. 131 

Garber, J, 131, 212 

Garguilo, J. 1 37 

Garland, C. 143 

Garner, K. 1 10 

Gasparino, E. 125, 207, 184 

Gavett, L. 135, 56 

George, S. 92, 162, 189 

Gerhard, E. 110 

Gibble, D. 133 

Gibble, J, 1 10, 181 

Gilberg, K. 139 

Gilamn, J. 202, 210 

Gilpatrick, AA. 96 

Gitterman, K. 110, 151, 202 

Givler, C. 140, 56, 224 

Gladhill, D. 131, 189 

Glen, G. 151, 204, 177 

Gl.ck, R. 136, 191 

Godshall, S. 91, 110 

Gola, N. 135 

Goldsmith, G. 1 10 

Gordon, D. 143 

Gordon, E. 140 

Gotwalt, R. 110, 149, 165, 104 

Gould, D. 110 

Graft, B. 127 

Grant, G. 1 33 

Graves, M. 133, 162, 178 

Graybill, D. 110, 151, 181 



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Greene, C. 100, 162, 189 

Greening, R. 138 

Gregory, H. Ill, 151, 202, 104, 210, 222 

Greiner, R. 102, 151, 165, 175, 61 

Grimes, P. 136, 168 

Grimm, R. 1 43 

Griswold, A. 138 

Groff, J. 103, 156, 174 

Grove, C. 1 1 1 

Grube, J. 90, 98, 207 

Gunderson, L. 100 

Haas, P. 133, 154 

Haas, R. 133 

Habecker, R. 1 11, 156 

Hafer, W. Ill, 183, 184 

Hale, K. Ill, 167, 173, 178, 191 

Hall, B. 132, 153, 165, 212 

Hall, W. 123, 138 

Hamill, N. 143, 207 

Hammond, J. 132, 153 

Hamsher, W. 175 

Handel, A. 133 

Hannigan, J. 133 

Hansen, J. Ill, 146 

Hardenstine, M. 102, 158, 175 

Harding, S. 139 

Harris. G. 125, 184 

Harro, R. 158, 212 

Hortman, C 111, 153, 223, 224 

Hartman, D. 213 

Harubin, P. 146 

Hastings, E. 1 1 1, 169 

Heckman, R. 139 

Heffner, R. 133, 181, 183 

Heiser, E. 132, 153, 223 

Heisey, T. 138 

Helbig, J. Ill, 158, 178 

Helt, B. 218 

Helt, L. 100, 174 

Henckler, H. 136 

Henderson, L. 112, 1 53, 1 66, I 67, 58 

Henning, D. 112 

Henninger, E. 1 1 2 

Herbert, R. 124, 149, 199 

Hersey, J. 125, 146, 202, 207, 184 

Hickerson, A. 1 1 2 

Hickerson, K. 98, 176 

Hinkle, M. 138 

Hoeflich, C- 103, 158 

Hoffman, M. 112, 158 

Hofmann, R. 90, 99, 153, 61 

Holbrook, J. 125, 165, 207, 184 

Holbrook, R. 125, 164, 207, 167, 184, 222 

Hollinger, N. 92, 191, 189 

Holmes, B. 136 

Holt, J. 132, 213 

Hoover, S. 112, 189 

Hoover, S. J. 132, 154 

Hopper, A. 207 

Horn, P. 100, 162 

Hostettler, D. 133, 151 

Hostetter, T. 91, 161, 173, 61, 189 

Houck, E. 100, 162 

Hough, L 138 

Houser, B. 91 

Houserman, M. 133, 168 

Houtz, A. 138 

Huber, B. 128, 158, 175 

Huber, J. 125, 162 

Hubley, J. 138, 141 

Hubscher, S, 126 

Hummel, N. 112, 154, 167, 223 

Hummer, J. 99, 153, 224 

Hunsicker, AA. 92, 161, 173, 189 

Hunsicker, S. 126, 168 

Hunter, R. 98, 146, 168, 182 

lannarella, E, 143, 214 

latesta, J. 132, 149, 202, 184, 218 

III, J- 101 

litis, J. 102 

Immen, L. 138 

Irvine, J. 142 

Irwin, C. 98, 158, 170, 61 

Iserman, J. 1 27 

Isselee, C, 128 

James, B. 94, 181 

Jameson, A. 112, 162, 189 

Jandorsitz, J. 136 

Janiak, S. 143 

Johnson, C. 112, 53, 58, 223 



Johnson, D. 214 

Johnson, E. 132, 170, 199 

Johnson, G. 1 35 

Johnson, W. 143, 207 

Johnston, C. 142, 164 

Johnston, B, 139, 168 

Johnston, J. 1 12, 173 

Jones, B. 113 

Jones, B, 133, 153, 224 

Jones, C 99, 212 

Jones, J. 132, 170 

Jones, R, 113, 149, 199 

Jones, R. 132, 202, 207 

Jones, W. 149 

Jordan, W. 141 

Kaiser, P. 142 

Kaneda, R. 202 

Kauffman, L. 132, 168, 178 

Kaplan, R. 142 

Keegan, L. 1 42 

Keefer, M. 212 

Keener, D. 1 13, 161 

Keever, M. 130 

Kerscher, J. 129 

Kilmer, B. 142 

Kinney, B. 1 13, 158 

Kinsella, J. 143, 210 

Kipp, H 130 

Kirchhof, D. 136 

Kirk, C. 130 

Kline, B. 94, 149 

Klutz, J. 130, 181, 183 

Knauer, K. 1 1 3 

Kock, C. 130 

Kock, E. 162 

Kolle, E. 90, 161 

Koons, T. 124, 149, 184, 218 

Kopp, S. 142 

Kornmeyer, R. 99, 149, 207 

Kramer, D. 136, 140 

Kramer, G. 1 1 3 

Krautter, D. 136 

Krepps, A. 130, 156 

Kuhn, F. 90, 149, 214 

Kumpf, S. 130, 153, 189 

Kundrat, J. 140 

Kupper, K. 113, 171 

Kurkis, J. 125. 184 

Laane, A, 95, 218 

Landis, J. 125 

Lapp, D. 97, 158 

Larthy, L 130, 207,218 

Lasinski, P. 125, 146, 184 

Latsha, B. 143 

Lauer, M. 140 

Lawton, E. 1 1 3 

Leach, A. 124 

Leach, T. 126, 189, 224 

Leas, B. 133, 154 

Leathers, D. 140, 207, 218 

Leed, W. 128 

Legath, P. 113 

Leibenguth, N. 1 14, 189 

Leonard, J. 1 13 

Lester, J. 139, 218 

Lewin, J. 96 

Light, T. 204, 207 

Lilien, D. 149 

Lmde, K, 139, 214 

Linebaugh, C. 60, 90, 149, 166, 167, 199 

Linker, E. 96, 146, 184, 222, 214 

Linthurst, R. 130 

LoBianco, R. 125, 146 

Loose, L. 191 

Ludwig, P. 114, 158, 213 

Lutz, B. 140 

Lyter, P. 114, 146 

Lynch, J. 1 14 

Macchi, A. 207 

MacNew, B. 94 

Mains, R. 114, 173, 189 

Magdule, S. 127 

Mallon, M. 100, 177 

Manbeck, S. 127 

AAandle, P. 213 

Mannion, M. 207 

Mardula, J, 139 

Marshall, C. 202 

Martin, T. 141 



Master, J. 137 

Matheson, J. 128 

Maxwell, B. 132, 153,213,223 

May, C. 98, 1 58 

Mazzotto, J. 1 14 

McCobe, R. 143 

McCann, B. 93, 171, 173 

McCarren, R. 141 

McClelland, P. 141, 173, 189 

McClelland, R. 141 

McConaghay, S. 1 14, 162 

McCullough, N. 129, 178 

McGinness, B. 207 

McLean, N. 114, 177, 181 

Meade, J. 90 

Meckley, R. 132, 223 

Megill, C. 1 14 

Meima, D. 115, 178 

Meiser, A, 115, 158, 170, 213 

Mellini, S. 115, 174, 214 

Melman, A. 128 

Melsky, L. 207 

Merkel, C. 95 

Merrill, D. 103, 153 

Meyers, J. 151 

Micka, T. 202 

Miller, B. 140 

Miller, C. 141 

Miller, D. 115, 149, 184, 214 

Miller, D. 115 

Miller, J, 141 

Miller, R. 146 

Miller, R. 96, 146, 174, 181 

Miller, S. 199 

Miltner, E. 96, 146 

Misal, D. 199 

Mohrman, J. 99 

Moller, K. 139 

Monaghon, D. 154 

Moore, E - 115 

Morris, R. 59, 115, 146, 181, 207 

Morrison, L. 94, 146, 176 

Morrison, M. 115, 146, 207 

Morrison, W. 124, 141 

Morse, G. 90 

Moury, F. 115, 156, 171 

Mowrer, L. 128 

Moyer, W. 100, 156, 180 

Muirhead, M. 1 34 

Murphy, D. 99, 146, 207 

Murphy, J. 1 41 

Myers, D. 102, 161, 191,60, 189 

Myers, G. 60, 100, 156, 166, 170 

Mylecraine, L. 1 68 

Nagy, D. 125, 156 

Naus, T. 128 

Naugle.D. 142 

Ness, R. 128 

Nickerson, R. 126 

Nicodemus, N. 56, 142 

Nitka, T. 100, 181, 210 

Nornhold, J. 101 

Nottingham, E. 135 

Nubbot, 218 

Oberdorff, V, 134 

O'hara, M. 1 16 

Otto, J. 128, 158, 162, 170, 178 

Pence, G. 1 16 

Penny, J. 100. 156 

Perosa, A. 129 

Peters, E. 103, 158 

Peterson, R. 103, 158, 170, 171 

Petrie, G. 129, 146, 214 

Petto, C. 142 

Pfeil, R, 99 

Phelps, G. 66, 96, 168 

Phil.ppi, A. 135 

Phillips. B. 142, 218 

Pie/ce, R. 1 99 

Po'ffenberger, D. 151, 174 

Pollock, M. 135 

Potteiger, M. 1 16 

Powell, J. 125, 156 

Powley, N. 139, 190 

Probert, R. 52, 1 16, 149, 180, 184, 202, 207 

Puglis, S. 142 

Pupp, G. 189 

Putland, L. 135 

Quairoli, B. 127 



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Radice, W. 116, 149, 180, 199 

Rados, J. 146 

Rakow D. 207 

Ramey, J. 1 16 

Ramsdell, A. 129 

Rangnow, B. 1 43 

Rasmussen, M. 95, 162 

Rau, P. 99, 153 

Reb, P. 93 

Reber, R. 141 

Rebhorn, J. 142,210 

Reed, R. 116 

Reese, S. 143 

Rehrig, R. 129, 168 

Reidy, M. 91, 182 

Reifsnyder, C. 116, 153 

Reinecker, D. 143 

Renninger, D. 116, 153, 178 

Renshaw, R. 128, 161 

Riccaboni, C. 128, 162 

Rice, M. 98, 158 

Rich.S. 116, 181, 183 

Richardson, T. 126 

Richmond, M. 139, 178 

Riedel, J. 94, 157, 175 

Riedman, L. 96, 168, 182 

Ripley, D. 117 

Rittman, B. 126 

Robey, D. 146, 202 

Robins, AA. 117, 189 

Robinson, E. 133, 154, 162 

Robinson, L. 143 

Rohland, S. 127, 167 

Roiahn, J. 153 

Roth, B. 117 

Roth, P. 59, 117 

Rothermel, G 135, 207, 218 

Roush, G. 100, 162 

Rowe, J. 124, 149, 184, 199,222 

Rowland, P. 143, 191 

Royahn, L 143 

Rubbo, T. 207 

Rubin, P. 131 

Rudiak, J. 141, 169 

Rumfield, J. 127, 162, 191 

Russell, B. 117, 162, 178 

Russo. J. 135, 207 

Rutherford, AA. 117, 154, 169 

Rutt, C. 133, 153, 167 

Ryland, S. 117, 146 

Samples, D. 58, 117, 151, 169, 175 

Sass, J. 117 

Saubel, S. 127 

Schade, A. 118 

Schadt, S. 126 

Scherfel, B. 118, 154 

Schleifer, P. 142 

Schock, J, 127, 149, 204, 207 

Scholler, D. 139 

S'Chioniere, S. 118 

Schnader, J. 118 

Schreiber, H. 96, 174 

Schreiber, J, 96, 174 

Schreiber, AA. 118, 223 

Schreiber, W. 143 

Schwarz, G. 143, 207 

Scott, G. 60, 98, 149, 199, 222 

Seaman, R. 1 18, 181 

Seegert, D. 138 

Seidel, B. 136 

Semmel, C. 118, 151, 175 

Sener, N. 103, 156, 174 

Sener, S. 135 

Shaffer, G. 101, 165, 181, 184, 199, 207 

Shaffer, S. 127, 202, 210 

Shane, R. 135 

Shanfelder, M. 202 

Shaw, L 118 

Shearer, P. 126, 213 

Shedenhelm, S. 100, 154, 174 

Shellenberger, D. 1 18, 151, 170 

Shenk, A. 202 

Shenk, S. 53, 58, 1 04, 1 1 9, 1 54, 1 64, 1 67, 223, 224 

Sherman, R. 102, 161, 189 

Shipe, R. 135, 183 

Shipley, E. 92, 156, 175 

Shoemaker, R. 135 

Shomper, J. 119, 213 

Short, J. 143 

Shoup, M. 135, 189 



Shroad, J. 119 

Shue, S. 60, 98, 158 

Shuster, J. 100, 154, 212 

Siepietowski, S. 135 

Simmons, D. 127 

Simmons, D. 53, 119, 153, 167, 189,224 

Singer D. 134 

Sink, M. 126 

Smith, A. 119, 162 

Smith, D. 58, 119, 151,158, 164,202 

Smith, D. 126, 170 

Smith, J. 130, 170, 178 

Smith, P. 135 

Smith, R. 119, 156 

Snell, R. 96, 146, 184, 207 

Snyder, D. 124, 126, 146, 168 

Snyder, J. 54, 59, 119, 168, 182,212,223 

Snyder, S. 137 

Sockle, J. 119, 167, 173 

Solomon, J. 161 

Sourbeer, F. 132, 184 

Spongier, M. 1 26 

Spiese, S. 126, 161, 202, 189 

Stabley, F. 138 

Stachow, A. 127 

Stachow, E. 96 

Stachow, F. 133, 153, 164, 167 

Stambach, S. 103 

Stauffer, J. 199 

Steffy, D. 125, 146, 164, 181, 199 

Steinm, D. 126 

Steiner, D. 134, 135 

Steiner, G. 176 

Steinruch, G. 92 

Stempkowski, M. 120, 149, 218 

Sterner, K. 120, 189 

Stetler, D. 141 

Stewart, T. 135 

Stock, J. 120 

Stock, P. 101, 168 

Stocker, B. 135 

Stoltz, K. 131, 146, 214 

Stottlemeyer, D. 90 

Streeter, B. 120, 149, 199, 207 

Strickler, D. 120 

Strickler, V. 120 

Strizver, T. 131 

Stull, D. 126, 156 

Suda, C. 138, 207 

Sullo, G. 133 

Sutphin, N. 120, 161, 191 

Svirsko, T. 90, 146, 184, 207 

Swalm, A. 124, 126, 167 

Sweger, L. 120, 161 

Swenson, N. 60, 98, 158, 176 

Tanner, R. 138 

Templin, R. 120, 126 

Tetrow, R. 137 

Teter, G. 120, 124, 149, 207 

Teyssier, D. 126, 162 

Tharp, D. 138 

Thayer, N. 91 

Thomas, E. 54, 120, 149, 165, 207, 218 

Thomas, G. 94, 151, 202, 224 

Thomas, AA. 121, 154 

Thomas, AA. 1 35 

Thompson, J. 149, 207 

Thompson, G. 121, 170, 181 

Thompson, T. 1 29 

Thompson, R. 21 3 

Thompson, R. 121, 156, 168 

Thompson, W. 121 

Thomson, C. 1 26 

Tice, C. 133, 154 

Tilger, F. 140 

Todt, E. 133, 178 

Tomarchio, F. 135, 141 

Tomrell, R. 

Torre, J. 199 

Tortora, K. 126 

Trone, T. 135, 184 

Trout, N. 207 

Tulli, D. 199 

Trullinger, D. 135 

Turner, J. 139 

Uberseder, E. 121, 146 

Uberseder, AA. 133, 162 

Uhler, W. 190, 191 

Ukasinski, M. 92 

Ulmer, H. 137 



Ulrich, J. 55, 146, 164 

Valois, D. 125 

VanArkel, B. 

VanderVeur, J. 139, 213 

VanDillion, J. 120, 146, 202 

VanHouton, S. 158 

Wagner, G. 138 

Wagner, N. 98, 180 

Wagner, S. 139, 207 

Wales, C. 138 

Walker, 57, 138 

Wallner, K. 129, 178 

Walmer, D. 143 

Walmer, G. 139 

Walsh, R. 90,99, 149 

Waltz, M. 100, 204 

Ward, D. 134 

Waring, L 59, 121, 162, 189 

Waring, M. 52, 59, 1 2 1 , 1 62, 1 65, 1 78, 1 89 

Warwick, 56, 164, 169 

Wayne, B. 121 

Weaver, L 133 

Weaver, W. 93, 189 

WeberG. 121, 161, 173, 191, 189 

Weigel, AA. 136, 168 

Weller, R. 122 

Welsh, B. 94, 151 

Wenzel, J. 122, 149, 165, 202 

Werner, C. 124, 149, 184, 207 

Werner, J. 138 

Werner, N. 122, 162, 178 

Werner, P. 98, 146 

Werrel, P. 92, 162 

Wert, J. 134 

Wert, R. 139, 184 

Wertz, D. 134, 210 

West, D. 207 

West, R. 199 

Westerfield, J. 146, 207 

Wheeler, W. 94, 151 

White, S. 134 

Whiting, AA. 125, 154 

Whitman, J. 139 

Whitmire, AA. 122, 162, 189 

Whittle, T. 90, 94, 151, 175, 199 

Wible, T. 122 

Wida, S. 127 

Wilbur, D. 122, 146, 199 

Wilke, K. 122, 158, 170, 184, 213 

Wilkins, D. 133 

Wilks, W. 102 

Willman, S. 101, 153, 168 

Wilson, J. 124, 133 

Wilson, P. 136 

Wilson, R. 134, 189 

Wilson, T. 134, 207 

Winters, B. 139 

Winters, T. 139 

Wise, J. 122 

Wise, S. 139 

Wissler, T. 122, 161, 189 

Withers, S. 133 

Witmire, L. 143, 189 

Witt, D. 102 

Wohlgemuth, G. 133, 158 

Wolf, D. 133, 156 

Wolfe, K. 95 

Wolfe, S. 131 

Womer, J. 213 

Wood, K. 153 

Workman, B. 134 

Worrilow, W. 123, 154 

Wright, J. 124, 189 

Wubbena, C. 143 

Yarasavage, AA. 123, 153, 176 

Yarrington, B. 123 

Yeagley, J. 100, 154, 212 

Yeakel, S. 207 

Yinger, S. 123 

Yoshida, AA. 156 

Yost, B. 128 

Zaharta, P. 128 

Zearfoss, J. 141 

Zeiders, E. 103, 170, 177, 181, 189 

Zerbe, P. 128, 162, 189 

Zimmerman, J. 123 

Zimmerman, W. 199 

Zolad, R. 123, 149 

Zweier, D. 133, 173 



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