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Lebanon Valley is 

— a special kind of loving: 

Going from day to day moving always 
upward 

— Remembering 

Then changing, hoping for the sun. 

— A source of new life 
together 

— Growing close, becoming a part 
Reaching out for others. 

Four years for experiencing 

Searching 

Taking what you want. 

Then looking back, 

asking 

What is Lebanon Valley? 




Lebanon Valley College takes a giant step 
forward with the long awaited College Cen- 
ter which has become an integral and func- 
tional part of the campus. It is more than a 
building; it is an organization and program 
sensitive to the needs of each person. It is a 
unifying force which allows the commuters, 
residents, and faculty a place for informal 
associations outside the classroom. Included 
in the College Center are a reception hall 
and lobby, a main lounge, two dining halls 
plus the President's dining hall, a conference 
room and a theater on the main floor. Below 
are the music listening lounge, the snack 
shop, the TV lounge, the college store, the 
game room, offices, and activities rooms. 

The director of the College Center is Mr. 
Walter Smith. He, along with the College 
Center Advisory Committee, establishes the 
policy for the Center in an attempt to make it 
the hub of campus life. 



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To the Editor: 

Our feelings toward the Student Center are principally 
negative. However, there are some positive points, such as 
there is finally a building, which has basically a decent ap- 
pearance except for the O. K. Corral. But the O. K. Corral is 
fitting as Wyatt Earp marshalls the activity within. Also a 
positive point is the game room with beautiful pay tables 
which would have been free to use except for the fact that a 
corral had to be erected to keep Wyatt's horses in and the In- 
dians, and wild animals, traditionally a problem, out. 

So much for the positive aspects. Now, we can critically 
examine Wyatt's headquarters. First of all, who put Earp in 
charge of the communications system which boom out 
Earp's stern pronouncements but require a hearing aid to lis- 
ten to the music while eating the meal? Also why are there 8 
entrances to the building but the only one that can be used is 
the one that Wyatt Earp Smith sanctions? Also the music 
that Alumnus Earp plays in the Student Center would ap- 
peal probably most of all to the class of '58. Well enough ink 
wasted, for all will probably be a futile effort and won't go 
much beyond the room we now so gratefully occupy. Anoth- 
er L.V.C. step forward and two backward. 

Gerry Neal 
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Lebanon Valley is tradition 
becoming increasingly free 



The Chapel-Convocation program, as in past years has 
been set on the policy of a series of twenty-four programs 
from which each student must attend twelve. The chapel 
attendance policy is now based on the student's honor. 
The programs include not only Tuesday morning chapel 
services but also lectures, plays, concerts, and faculty re- 
citals. Such performers as the Alpha-Omega players and 
the Light Company are included in the Tuesday morning 
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long long lines, 
IBM cards, advisors 
and schedules, 
the college store, 
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books, and the 
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President Frederick P. Sample 





George R. Marquette, Dean of Men 



Martha C. Faust, Dean of Women 



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Gregory G. 
Stanson, 
Assistant 
Director of 
Admissions 

D. Clark 
Carmean, 
Director of 
Admissions 





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Administration 




Carl Y. Ehrhart, Vice President, Dean of the College 



Robert C. Hartman, Accountant 




Paul F. Pickard, Director of Public Relations 





James V. Bowman, Director of Publications 



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Irwin R. Schaak, Financial Aid Officer 




Ralph Wolf, Resident Director for Fund for Fulfillment 





Infirmary Student Staff: Barb, Donna, Elaine. 



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John R. McFadden, Assistant Director of Development 






James 0. Bemesderfer, College Chaplain 



Ralph S. Shay, Assistant Dean of College and Registrar 



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Art 



The Art Department has seen a few changes 
this year. The acquisition of a studio will allow 
the department to offer courses in various 
areas of art. Mr. Iskowitz also hopes to devel- 
op a curriculum for majors. At present, the em- 
phasis of art courses is the appreciation and 
the understanding of the art forms. In addition 
to the visual classroom presentation, the stu- 
dents' learning is given further reenforcement 
through a yearly print exhibit from Roden Gal- 
leries. 



Mr. Iskowitz is assisted by Mr. Batchelor, who 
teaches the evening courses. 



LEFT: R. Iskowitz. RIGHT: J. Batchelor. 





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Biology 




This tightly-knit department prepares students for professional 
schools of medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, medical technol- 
ogy, nursing, forestry and marine biology, graduate work, teaching 
on the secondary level, and lab work in the department of agriculture 
and other government agencies. After many rigorous hours of lab 
and many difficult courses, the well-disciplined graduating Biology 
major can proclaim to the world that he did it "the Marine way." 








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A. Wolfe 




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P. Wolf 



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UPPER LEFT: O. P. Bollinger 
LOWER LEFT: Mr. Hartman 
LOWER RIGHT: D. Gring 







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LEFT: TR1-BETA 
Row 3: D. Kirchhof, B. Sei- 
del, J. Fonken, D. Hartman, S. 
Hoover, T. Crook, V. Perosa. 
Row 2: Dr. Argot, Dr. Wolfe, 
Dr. Wolf. Row 3: T. Albert, D. 
Stein, G. Arnold. 

LOWER: CHEMISTRY CLUB 
Row V. T. Stewart, G. Smith, 
B. Elliot, S. Kreider. Row 2: R. 
Zingg, A. Borkans, L. Freed, 
E. Lightcap, J. Brandt, R 
Heckman. Row 3: F. Ruther- 
ford. S. Deiter, D. Nagy, D. 
Steffy, B. Robinson, J. Powell, 
S. Shoop, J. Kargol, Dr. Bai- 
ley. Row 4: J. Bulko, A. Miller. 
R. Haas. 







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Chemistry 



The Chemistry Depart- 
ment is located in the 
southern half of the con- 
verted shoe factory on the 
western edge of campus, 
or is found by following 
the sensory stimulation of 
one's external nares. 
Chemistry students spend 
countless hours in labs at- 
tempting to decipher their 
instructions and solve the 
unknown. 

The Chemistry Club, 
under the leadership of 
Dr. Bailey, has spon- 
sored several programs 
during the year con- 
cerning medical and in- 
dustrial applications of 
chemistry. 



RIGHT: H. Neidig 
LOWER LEFT: D. Bailey 
LOWER RIGHT: J. Griffiths 





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UPPER LEFT: J. Spencer 
UPPER RIGHT: R. Bell 
LOWER LEFT: M. Lyndrup 



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Economics and 
Business Administration 



The Economics and Business Administration departments 
welcomed two new faculty members, Dr. Takyun Lee and 
Mr. Edward Rice. In addition to new faculty members the 
departments saw the formation of the Economics and 
Business Administration Club which will sponsor films 
and lectures for the entire campus in the future. 



Members of the Investment Club, also sponsored by the 
department, get a chance to invest some money in the 
stock exchange to gain experience in stock marketing. 



UPPER LEFT: E. Rice. UPPER CENTER: C. F. J. Tom. UPPER RIGHT: T. 
Lee. LOWER CENTER: W. Peterke. LOWER RIGHT: Investment Club; 
First Row: P. Snyder, A. Krepps-, B. Johns. K. Bickel. J. Kargol, D. Ward. 
Second Row: B. DeBaun, B. Quairoli. C. Garland, D. Stein, S. Fly, G. 
Smith. Third Row: O. Kabis, K. McPherson, M. Bartell, S. Aungst, D. 
White, B. Shoemaker, S. Beam, P. Baduini. 









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Education 



The Education Department supplies 
stimulating training for future teachers. 
The professional semester is spent in 
local schools, with the goal of developing 
in each prospective teacher a full reali- 
zation of his professional responsibili- 
ties. 

S-PSEA is a student chapter of the PSEA 
and sponsors campus speakers. 

The Childhood Education Club meets 
monthly and gives parties for Lebanon 
Intercity children and those at the Eliza- 
bethtown Crippled Children's Hospital. 



RIGHT: H. Weast 
LOWER LEFT: W. Kerr 
LOWER RIGHT: C. Ebersole 














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S-PEA: 

UPPER LEFT: Row 1: M. Graves, G. Petrie, 
P. Lasinski, Mr. Kerr, J. Holbrook, B, Hol- 
brook, M. O'Hara, P. Bowdich. C. Rutt. 
Row 2: M. Sink, C. Fiedler, S. Manbeck. B. 
Jones, C. Falloon, S. Magdule, A. Swalm. 
Row 3: B. Huber, J. Wilson, P. Dougherty, 
J. Schoch. C. Etter, J. Wolfe. 

UPPER RIGHT: ). Herr. 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CLUB: 
Row 1: M. Weigel, N. McCullough, M. Ed- 
wards, B. Kilmer, G. Wohlgenmuth. Row 2: 
B. VanArkel, K. Vezza, L. Sazama, S. 
Boeshore, C. Nissley, S. Wise, M. Rich- 
mond, C. Lentz. Row 3: D. Beltz, G. John- 
son, A. Thomas, R. Schantz. K. Ehrmger, S. 
White, F. Garver, N. Freeland, C. Acosta, 
E. Todt, A. Morbach, B. Lutz. 



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UPPER LEFT: 

A. Faber 
UPPER MIDDLE: 

G. Woods 
UPPER RIGHT: 

G. Struble 
LOWER LEFT: 

A. Ford 
LOWER RIGHT: 

L. Markowicz 




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English 



Housed in an old frame homestead, the English 
office indeed maintains a homey atmosphere as 
students mingle with professors to chat over a 
cup of coffee or to discuss course work. The 
scheduling of classes in the newly renovated 
seminar room keeps a steady stream of students 
going in and out of the building, thus promoting 
a certain camaraderie, particularly among upper- 
classmen. 

Coupled with this fostering of informal faculty- 
student relationships is the stressing of flexibility 
within courses. This year's freshman English 
course was reorganized into various areas of in- 
terest, thus permitting choice among students; 
modern fiction, ancient and modern drama, de- 
bate, and stereotypes in American fiction, were 
some examples. Areas of particular interest to ei- 
ther students or faculty can be explored in the 
special problems course, a new addition to the 
upper level offerings. 

Besides emphasis on literature and critical writ- 
ing in the classroom situation, great encourage- 
ment is given to creative expressions in writing 
and drama outside the classroom. Construction 
of the Little Theater has boosted interest in dra- 
matics. Students and faculty attended off-cam- 
pus dramatic productions in the annual trip to 
the Shakespeare theater in Stratford, Connecti- 
cut, and made frequent excursions to nearby 
films and poetry readings, this year's highlight 
being W. H. Auden's reading at Swarthmore. 




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UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Michaelson 
UPPER RIGHT: J. Kearney 
LOWER LEFT: P. Billings 
LOWER RIGHT: J. Field 










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Members include: B. Neideigh, S. Helm, R. Johnston, C. Koch, C. Mason, D. Singer, M. Sink, J. Rowe. 



Green Blotter 



Green Blotter is a literary society composed of students interested in creative writing. The purpose of the group is to con- 
structively criticize the work of members. An anthology of the members' work is published in the spring. 



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Foreign Language 



For most students at the Valley, the foreign language de- 
partment is merely a requirement, but to interested stu- 
dents it affords an opportunity to expand their knowledge 
of international languages and cultures. 



French Club 



Row 1: M. Saylor, D. Martin, L. Scharf, S. Martin. Row 2: Juan-Sardi, M. 
Rauscher, C. Francois, T. Richardson. 



French club holds its monthly meetings in French. Films 
and slides of France and its culture are shown, and au- 
thentic cuisine is often served. 






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German Club 



Monthly meetings include slides, German films, and 
parties German style. One highlight of the club year was 
the Octoberfest, a traditional German festival. The mem- 
bers also went Christmas caroling to faculty members' 
homes. 






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Row 1: 
Pyles, P. 
Kirchhof, D. 
Rojahn, A. 
Nissley, C. 
Wiest, S. 
Eppley, R. 
Dunnick, S. 
Speer, P. 
Feinaur, K. 
Row 2: 

Woodworth, E. 
Potter, C. 
Walborn, C. 
Rohland, S. 
Richardson, T. 
Damus, H. 
Dunnick, B. 
Kline, W. 
Rauscher, M. 
Bennethum, D. 

UPPER LEFT: 

M. Saylor 
UPPER MIDDLE: 

E. Piel 
UPPER RIGHT: 

H. Damus 
LOWER LEFT: 

J. Martin 



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International Club 



The International Club was organized last fall. This club strives to acquaint the Valley student with the people and culture of 
various countries through lectures and slide presentations at their meetings. One of the club's activities included decorating the 
lounge of the College Center at Christmastime. 



Row 1: T. Richardson, S. Aleshire, K. Feinauer, M. Yoshida, K. Scott, B. Dun- 
nick. Row 2: M. Rauscher, C. Kielb, ]. Reaske, P. Spear, K. Shetron, K. Hender- 
son C. Walborn, E. Briggs, L. Scharf, S. Martin. Row 3: E. Woodworth, H. 
Damus, G. Hanson, O. Kabia, J. Halbleib, M. Bennethum, Juan-Sardi, M. Salyor, 
M. Beroud, D. Martin. 

UPPER MIDDLE: C. Cooper 
LOWER RIGHT: G. Hansen 






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Russian 
Club 



The members of the 
Russian Club are in- 
terested in learning 
about the culture of 
Russia. Their meet- 
ings are spent expe- 
rimenting with Rus- 
sian delicacies and 
having parties. 



Row 1: G. Souders, B. 
McNeal, D. Oehler, E. 
Boeckel. S. Woolford, P. 
Schliefer, J. Kiernan. C. 
Etter. Row 2: B. Dunnick, 
B. Beeler, M. Edwards, P. 
Pyler. S. Martin, A. Tho- 
ronka, M. Boltz, J. Hol- 
brook, D. Kramer, C. 
Kielb, G. Hanson, Ginger- 
bread. Row 3: T. Strizver, 
R. Brunner, T. Smith, D. 
Frantz, N. Gogol, I. Ivano- 
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UPPER LEFT: R. Joyce. UPPER 
RIGHT: E. Geffen. LOWER LEFT: 
A. Fehr. CENTER: J. Norton. 














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History and 
Political Science 

The History and Political Science departments 
showed some old traditions and a new face. Mr. 
John Norton added youth and long hair as a new fac- 
ulty member this year. Contemporary films were 
sponsored during the year. 

According to tradition the members of Dr. Geffen's 
American History class took their annual historical 
walking tour of Philadelphia. Students of Political 
Science courses subscribed to the world-renowned 
New York Times. 




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Mathematics 



The department of mathematics prepares stu- 
dents for careers in several fields of applied 
science or industry. Training is offered for sec- 
ondary education, pre-engineering, and actuar- 
ial science. The department offers courses for 
students majoring in other departments as well 
as preparing majors for graduate studies. The 
Math Club supplies additional stimulation for 
math majors. 



RIGHT: D. Stare 
LOWER LEFT: B. Hearsey 
CENTER: J. Mayer 
LOWER RIGHT: F. Burras 






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MATH CLUB: N. Schlegel, N. Albright, B. Beeler, L. Ferriola, C. Fiedler, B. Huber. 




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UPPER RIGHT: R. Smith. LEFT: J. Thurmond. MIDDLE 
RIGHT: F. Stachow, R. Lau. LOWER RIGHT: R. Bender. 

OPPOSITE PAGE, UPPER LEFT: F. Jamanis. MIDDLE LEFT: 
G. Curfman. LEFT: T. Lanese. LOWER LEFT: M. Jamanis. 





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Music 



A brownstone building on the corner of Sheridan Avenue 
succumbed to the ball of a crane and the music depart- 
ment moved to a temporary home; an old Church on 
White Oak Street. This is a time for change in the music 
department that will be felt by all its members. There will 
be fond memories of the old building for all, but there will 
also be the anticipation of the new building with its 
soundproof practice rooms and electric pianos. 

The music department strives to train teachers and per- 
formers ready to meet the demands of a changing world. 








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UPPER LEFT: W. Fairlamb 
LOWER LEFT: V. Englebright 
MIDDLE RIGHT: P. Getz 
LOWER RIGHT: P. Morgan 



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Row 3: J. Brandt, S. Fiandaca, D. Hunsicker, C. Wubbena, S. Kumpf, S. Kuntz, C. Walborn, 
C. Clemens, S. Bates. D. Kost, J. Yingst, C. Potter. P. Zerbe. Row 2: S. Friesywk, H. Johnson. 
H. Johnson, D. Hefflefinger, L. Burger. J. Mader. C. Melson, S. Forte. R. Wilson, E. Palomba, 
C. Hunsicker. M. Richmond, B. Bushong, J. Paff, R. Greening. M. DeLoache. Row 3: C. Zeid- 
ers, J. Uhlig, G. Detweiler, R. Bowen, G. Klinefelter, J. Gargiulo, M. Burch, G. Shultis, S. 
Spiese. D. Zweier. J. Kern. Row 4: D. Rowland. D. Reinecker, D. Gross. R. Fetrow, R. Fowler. 
R. Glick, W. Dellinger. P. McClelland, M. Nichols. F. DeBoer. P. Rowland. A. Dinsmore. T. 
Leach. 



Concert 
Choir 



The 1971-1972 year for the LVC Concert 
Choir was highlighted by its trip to Wash- 
ington. D.C. to participate in the annual 
Pageant of Peace Christmas ceremony, 
presided over by Vice President Agnew. 
Under the direction of Dr. Pierce A. Getz. 
the choir also headed south this year giv- 
ing concerts at Duke University, Washing- 
ton and Lee College, and Randolph 
Macon College, and made a special flight 
to Atlanta, Georgia to sing at the United 
Methodist Annual Conferences. Other 
concerts held in the area included a rec- 
ording session for NBC and the perform- 
ance of Leonard Bernstein's Chichester 
Psalm for the Spring Arts Festival. 



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Chapel 
Choir 



The Chapel Choir is composed 
of students who enjoy singing. 
Its main function is to provide 
music for Chapel Convocation 
programs. Under the direction 
of Mr. Philip Morgan the chap- 
el choir provides seasonal 
music for the campus. 






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Orchestra 



The Lebanon Valley College Orchestra this year has in- 
creased in size. Including both students and faculty, the 
orchestra rehearses on Mondays at 7pm and on 
Wednesdays at 3pm. This year the orchestra was busy 
with its traditional concert presented November 21. On 
December 14 the group accompanied the College Cho- 
rus in excerpts from Handel's Messiah. The orchestra 
gave their annual performance in the Spring Festival 
held April 30. 





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Marching Band 



Approximately 110 musicans under the direction of Dr. James Thur- 
mond comprised the marching band. Donald Reinecker was drum 
major for the 1971-1972 season while Ronald Renshaw served as drill 
master. 




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ABOVE: HEAD TWIRLER K. Neidig. 

BELOW: TWIRLERS: G. Diana, M. Akeson, D. East, T. Hunsicker, A. Doney. 




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Clarinet Choir 



Wednesday morning its 8 a.m. — who wants a 
reed for breakfast anyway. The two dozen 
members of the clarinet choir enjoy that little 
treat once a week in preparation for one per- 
formance in the spring. Clarinet Choir is, in re- 
ality, an educational experience in good musi- 
cianship. 

Row 1: T. Strohman, G. Walmer, D. Hoover. Row 2: L. Kill- 
heffer, M. Keefer. W. Fox. Row 3: C. Berger, S. Hancock, N. 
Powley. Row 4: C. Crawford, R. Germer, B. Phillips, D. Tes- 
seyier, D. East. Row 5: M. Sitzler, C. Kielb, J. Gargiola, C. 
Zieders, D. Zweir. 



Girls Band 



The Girl's Band is a unique organization com- 
posed only of women students. The group is 
open to everyone on campus. These girls prac- 
tice faithfully every Friday at 8 a.m. for their 
traditional spring concert. 

Row 1: G. Fox, E. Palomba, S. Kuntz, T. Rohrbaugh, G. 
Hughes, P. Olver, C. Miller, B. Beeler, L. Killheffer, M. 
Graves. Row 2: N. Powley, M. Keefer, D. Hunsicker. Row 3: 
B. Phillips, L. Lee, D. East, D. Tessyier, K. Loomis, M. De- 
loache, C. Crawford, A. Morbach, N. Winters, N. Murphy. 
Row 4: Carmello, Matilda, Gertrude, Beatrice, T. Martin, N. 
Johnson, C. Kielb, K. Shetron. 





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Guild Student 
Group 



The Guild Student Group is a student 
chapter of the American Guild of Or- 
ganists whose purpose is to further the 
appreciation of organ music. The Val- 
ley chapter is associated with the 
Harrisburg Chapter of the American 
Guild of Organists, and the organiza- 
tion sponsors recitals, lectures, and 
programs concerning organ and choral 
literature. 



Row 1: S. Harding. C. Clemens, A. Smith, P. Roh- 
land. R. Glick, B. Baughman, P. Zerbe. Row 2: J. 
Smith. J. Uhlig, G. Hughes, T. Hintz, M. Burch. R. 
Ellison. Row 3: S. Shoop, F. DeBour. R. Bowen, J. 
Huber, T. Naus, D. Gross. 



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The Jazz Band under the direc- 
tion of Buzz Jones continued 
this year with the quality of 
sound which was evident last 
year. A well received first an- 
nual tour was made by the 
band during semester break in 
January. Following the band's 
tour performance, the annual 
Jazz Band Concert was given 
on February 18th. The guest so- 
loist for the evening was Bill 
Watrous, New York recording 
artist and trombonist for the 
Dick Cavett Show Orchestra. 



JAZZ BAND: Row 1: R. Kain, M. Sitzler, 
B. Enzman, E. Fasnacht, T. Strohman, 
P. McClelland. Row 2: A. Roth, B. 
Kauffman, W. Fox, P. Merchant, G. 
Walmer, S. Spiese, J. Dilorio, C. Shar- 
man, T. Hintz, B. Jones. Not pictured: 
H. Kipp, J. Wright. 








Philosophy 



A one man department headed by Mr. W. Thompson, the 
Philosophy department, serves the Valley by helping stu- 
dents fulfill their Humanities requirements. Mr. Thomp- 
son is assisted by Dean Ehrhart who had taught in the de- 
partment before assuming his role as Dean of the College. 
Although the number of Philosophy majors is small, this 
year the campus saw the department offer campus-wide 
speakers. 





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riiysics 




Although the Physics department at the Val- 
ley is small, classes are large with the majori- 
ty of the members hailing from the other 
science departments to fulfill the required 
physics courses. 

UPPER LEFT: J. R. O'Donnell 
UPPER RIGHT: S. Grimm 
LOWER LEFT: J. Horgan 
LOWER RIGHT: J. Rhodes 






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Physical 
Education 



Four semesters of physical education are 
required, although no credit is given. A 
variety of sports are offered with paddle- 
ball being one of the favorites. Expansion 
of the activities added riding, swimming, 
modern dance, and karate to the list of 
electives. 

The coaching staff at the Valley provides 
excellent guidance and leadership for the 
intramural and intercollegiate sports. 



L-CLUB: RIGHT: Row 1: P. Phifer, D. Leathers, G. 
Arnold, W. Frankowski. Row 2: R. Zingg, T. Ches- 
ney, D. Singer, T. Daly. Row 3: J, Catherman, K. 
Gilberg, C. Linde, J. Schoch, C. Werner. 

CENTER: O. K. Reed and L. Sorrentino 
LOWER LEFT: L. Sorrentino 
LOWER RIGHT: G. Petrofes 




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LEFT: E. Garman 

LOWER LEFT: D. R. Gaeckler 

WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: CENTER: Seated: J. 
Holt, C. Becker. Standing: S. Kuntz, J. Haines, J. Womer, R. Tan- 
ner, J. GaNun, L. Immens, P. Brown, K. Halteman, A. Johnson, N. 
Johnson, B. Boyd. 

WEIGHTLIFTERS: LOWER RIGHT: Row 1: W. Moyer, J. Erick- 
son, D. Wertz, J. Barnhardt, J. Mather. Row 2: J. Patricelli, J. Hub- 
ley, W. Miller, D. Brooks. 









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LOWER LEFT: 

C. Stare 
LOWER RIGHT: 

|. Mather 






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Psychology 



The teamwork of Davidon, Love, Stare and 
Mather ably fulfills the needs of the students. 
Many of the psychology courses provide a 
sound background in preparation for graduate 
studies and for careers in other fields such as 
medicine, teaching, and business. As part of the 
course requirements, the clinical classes go to 
Harrisburg State Hospital and Wernersville 
State Hospital for in-service training. Some 
education psych students aid with a class for 
the mentally retarded. 



LEFT: R. Davidon 
BELOW: ]. Love 




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UPPER LEFT: 

D. Byrne 
UPPER CENTER: 

V. Cantrell 
UPPER RIGHT: 

P. Troutman 
LOWER LEFT: 

L. Wethington 






DTC: Row V. B. Scott, R. Schantz, C. Comfort, 
P. Clark, E. Reitz, B. Sheriff, J. Erickson, K. 
Bickel, K. Butkofsky, J. Evans, B. VanHouten, R. 
Sabol, E. Lightcap, R. Smith, V. Hackman, M. 



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Nettler, L. Stoner, Dr. Bemesderfer. Row 2: B. 
Boyer, J. Kargol, T. Clark. R. Minnich, E. 
Moore, G. Townsley, R. Berriker, S. Crum, D. 
Hill, G. Evans, P. Cebulka. 




Religion 



The LVC Religion Department's goal is to provide an opportunity for 
the academic study of the meaning of man's religious experience. 

General requirements of six semester hours of Religion now can be 
met by a) Religion 12 and 13 or b) Religion 12 or 13, and Religion 22 
or 42. In addition, basic professional courses are offered to students 
preparing for the Christian ministry, the world mission field, the 
teaching of religion, and other church vocations. 

Delta Tau Chi is an organization composed of students who have de- 
cided to devote full-time to church vocations. DTC conducts evening 
devotion services which are held in the Chapel narthex. Activities 
this year consisted of deputations to area churches, programs at the 
United Methodist senior citizens' home, and participating in local 
activities of Campus Life. 



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Sociology 




Lebanon Valley College is just beginning to feel the 
presence of the Sociology Department under the direc- 
tion of Dr. E. Berson and Mr. E. White. The department 
has sponsored two world-renowned guest lecturers, Dr. 
Ino Rossi and Dr. Stephen Klineberg. A seminar for 
high school students was held in April with sociology 
majors conducting workshops on various current top- 
ics. It is hoped that this seminar will become an annual 
event. 



OPPOSITE PAGE: E. Berson 
LEFT: E. White 




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they, D. Robey, J. Hersey. Row 2: ]. Petrofes, T. Chesney, J. Iatesta, W. Frankowski, L. Melsky, R. Ward, G. Schwarz, G. Harris, N. Gaspenno, P. Lasinski, 
C. Campbell. Row 3: J. Wallace, S. Wagner, D. Frick. K. Shotwell, G. Lesser, R. Pembleton, H. Knudson, J. Kiernan. J. Pumphrey, J. Frey, M. Nichols, J. 
Brandt. Row 4: C. Zoll, T. Shaeffer, R. Cruise, T. Ward, W. Harris. P. Visneski, D. Dahms, D. Franz, G. Sanotis, F. Lichtner, F. Kushler. T. Smith. 




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Soccer has awakening at Lebanon Valley. 




First year for the Soccer Club. 



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. V.: D. Evans. J. Bach, J. Spiro, R. Mitchell. E. Thomson, C. 
Brown, P. Lasinski. D. Guare, G. Mayhoffer (coach). 



VARSITY: E. lannarella, R. Shane, D. Evans, R. Gaekler (coach), C. Etter, D. 
Johnson. D. Teed, P. Lasinski. C. Brown, W. Ammons. G. Petne, G. Mayhoffer, 
K. Stoltz, P. Harubin, R. Roes, K. Linde. 

















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Future looks bright for wrestlers 



Row 1: C. Knipe. S. Grove, C. Suda, G. Lesser, S. Fitzgerald, J. Detar. Row 2: S. Stuckey, H. Snyder, 
K. McMamus, C. Mosteller, D. Leathers, J. Baldwin. Row 3: A. Fasnacht, D. Dahms, J. Catherman, J. 
Kiernan, J. Fechisin, ). Brandt, G. Petrofes. 





Row 1: W. McHenry (Coach), B. Fuhrer, D. Feldman, D. Wilber, B. Streeter, D. Engle, T. Cestare, E. Thomas, T. Corbett, J. Lawton. Row 2: J. Petrofes, R. 
Vogel, D. Camuse, S. Wagner, G. Arnold, J. Rowe, R. Herbert, P. Bowditch, D. Steffy, D. Stull, J. Brandt, D. Scalera. Row 3: R. Gaeckler, G. Hunter, H. 
Knudson, T. Calabrese, K. Gilberg, J. Callahan, T. Poley, D. Singer, B. Tarbutton, T. Gates, M. Fuhrer, E. Houchlander. 



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winning season. 



LVC 




OPP. 


4 


Penn State 


10 


16 


Wilkes 


1 


16 


PMC 


4 


8 


F and M 


7 





Delaware 


9 


15 


Muhlenberg 


4 


8 


Gettysburg 





5 


West. Maryland 


4 


15 


Dickinson 


2 


13 


Swarthmore 


10 


6 


Lehigh 


10 


3 


Bucknell 


10 




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OPP. 


28 


Dickinson 


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36 


Muhlenberg 


105 


44 


PMC 


97 


49% 


Del. Valley 


95% 


51% 


Haverford 


31% 




John Hopkins 


97 


60 


F and M 


85 


36 


Ursinus 


109 


89 


Washington 


55 


36 


West. 






Maryland 


109 


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Albright 


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i?oiv 3: G. Mayhoffer (Coach), T. Chesney, J. 
Wenzel (Capt.), H. Gregory (Capt.), M. Alle- 
man, R. Zingg, R. Rogerson. Row 2: J. Davis 
(Ass't.), D. Yocom, J. McLoughlin, S. Benekam, 
B. Phifer, C. Francois, J. Kiernan, S. Deiter. 
Row 3: C. Hanna, F. Rutherford, J. Gilman, B. 
Worrilow, M. Sumpman, J. Heller. 



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Cheerleaders try to arouse school spirit 




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Row 1: C. Howse, C. Savage, S. Owens, M. Wilson, L. Flanigan, K. Behler, C. Lentz, K. Taber, Captain, f. Brandt, T. Leach. Not pictured: Kay Forker. 





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The goal of the intramural program 
is to have fun while competing. The 
secondary goal for each organization 
is to retire the supremacy trophy. 
This past year (70-71) Kalo won the 
supremacy for the third time, thus 
retiring it. This year the competition 
is fierce as everyone is trying to win 
the new trophy. 




Intramurals — Where 



Intramurals consist 
of a variety of sports 




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VARSITY: C. Miller, B. Hall, J. Holt, N. Murphy, C. Becker, C. Albright, J. Walters (Coach), J. Ganun, S. Reese, D. Drybread, S. Kuntz, S, Kessler. 



J. V.: M. Bauer, J. Walters (Coach), S. Fackler, M. Camillo, C. Evans, C. Reynolds, C. Brunner, D. 
Gernerd, R. Tanner, J. Holt, B. McClelland, C. Crandall. 



Another Winning 
Season 




LVC OPP. 

1 Dickinson 1 
4 York 3 

2 Kutztown 2 
Millersville 4 
Shippensburg 
4 Muhlenberg 1 

4 Elizabethtown 2 
2 Susquehana 1 
2 Messiah 1 

2 Albright 

5 Alumni 1 

3 West. Maryland 1 
Gettysburg 3 



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J. Petrofes, P. Lasinski, Doc Wallace, M. Eisenhauer. 



TRAINERS: The ones who kept the others going. 





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P. Zahuta, T. Stroehman, R. Pembleton, T. Trone, R. Roes, J. Frey, V. Mayer, K. Bickel, J. Petrofes (coach). 



Golfers drive their way to first winning season 



LVC 




Opp. 


6 


Lehigh 


12% 


7 


Franklin and 






Marshall 


7 


11% 


Drexel 


6% 


7% 


PMC 


10% 


12 


York 


6 


1 


Sandson St. 


17 


10 


Ursinus 


8 


8 


Johns Hopkins 


10 


17 


Western Maryland 


1 


2% 


Delaware Valley 


15% 


8% 


Dickinson 


9% 


4 


Elizabethtown 


13 


8 


Moravian 


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12 


Albright 


6 


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Row 1: D. Speir, R. Sheriff, L. Immen, P. Haas. Row 2: D. Gernerd, A. Morbach, J. Walters (coach), D. Drybread, J. GaNun. 



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I. Rouke, P. Brown, R. Greening, M. T. Russo. R. Kocsis, D. Scholler. A. Shuey, A. Johnson. M. Spangler, N. Schreiber. 



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Student Council 

President: Fran Stachow 
Vice-President: Stu Magdule 

Dave Steffy 
Secretary: Sue Manbeck 
Treasurer: Ken Bickel 
John Rados 



The Student Council functions on two levels. First the Council is a clearing center for stu- 
dent complaints. This year Council sponsored open meetings with Mr. Smith concerning 
disagreements with College Center Policy and meetings with President Sample con- 
cerning campus-wide problems. The second function of Council is that of social organiz- 
er. Council assumed this role more actively than in previous years by sponsoring dances 
throughout the year, a most successful Alice Cooper concert at Homecoming, and the 
Steve Miller Band. New spirit was added to Homecoming with Council encouraging deco- 
rating of dorms and floats. The traditional Christmas Dinner-Dance was renewed by the 
sponsorship of Council dance and dorm decoration contest. 





136 





S. Manbeck, S. Magdule, J. Garlock, S. Roh- 
land, N. Hostetter, D. Frantz. D. Steffy, S. Jan- 
iak. Dean Marquette, E. Johnson, B. Dunnick, 
K. Bickel, F. Stachow. 



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Senate 

President: 

William Morrison 
Vice-President: 

John Holbrook 
Secretary: 

George Petrie 



First Row: G. Petrie, H. Chwatt, B. Morrison, W. 
Frankowski. Second Row: J. Holbrock, P. Harub- 
in, M. Bartell, G. Arnold, D. Stein. 




138 





Review of 

Student Government's 

Progress and 

Present Structure. 

Senate 

Points Increased. 




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Student 

Government 

Executive 

Committee 



This committee has the highest 
authority on matters of student 
government on campus. It is re- 
sponsible for making major policy 
changes, exclusive of institutional 
policy. It acts upon recommenda- 
tions of Student Senate, Student 
Council, or those from the indi- 
vidual student. 



not pictured, Gregory G. Stanson 




Frederick P. Sample, Chairman 



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Robert M. Wonderling 





Warren K. A. Thompson 



Ed Iannarella 






Don Johnson 



Charles T. Cooper 



Barb Warwick 



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College Center Advisory Committee 




This committee is appointed by the Presi- 
dent of the College. Its membership in- 
cludes the Dean of Men, Dean of Women, 
the Vice-President and Controller, the Di- 
rector of the College Center, one member 
from Student Council, and one member 
from Student Senate, three students se- 
lected by the student body at large, one a 
commuter, and one a freshman, and two 
members of the faculty. The President of 
the College is an ex-officio member. The 
chairman of this committee is the Dean of 
Men. The purpose of the committee is to 
assist the director in establishing policy 
concerning the use and operation, rules, 
and regulations of the College Center. All 
the policy established becomes effective 
only upon approval by the President of 
the College. 




George R. Marquette 
Martha C. Faust 
Anna D. Faber 
Robert C. Riley 



Chairman 



Walter L. Smith 
Kristen Angstadt 
Charles Bell 
Nancy Hostetter 



Walt Frankowski 
Holly Johnson 
John R. Horgan 



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PROJECT 



PROJECT, the all-campus 
organization which coordi- 
nates the activities of the 
various denominational reli- 
gious groups on campus, 
provides programs, and ac- 
tivities to fulfill the spiritual 
needs of the students. 
Throughout the year PROJ- 
ECT has sponsored a taffy 
pull, the famous freshman 
hike, coffee hour, and two 
open campus retreats. 



Row 1: J. Otto, T. Crook, C. Fiedler, 
N. Hunt. D. Sample, E. Briggs, V. 
Stefanick, P. Brown, J. Smith. Row 
2: N. Heston, S. Beimfohr, B. Huber, 
R. Heckman. T. Worthington, A. 
Curtis, K. Bickel, C. Rothermel, V. 
Perosa, J. Keebler. 











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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE ANNVBLLE - PENNSYLVANIA 
EitibHrfwd IMS 

Vol. XLVIII No. 7 Thursday. February 10, 1972 

editor Diane Wilkins '72 

news editor Jeffery Heller "74 

feature editor Ban Neideigh *74 

sports editor Mike Rhodes "75 

copy co-editors Jean Karschner 72 

Ruth Rehrig *72 

layout editor Robert Johnston "73 

photography editor Martin Hauserman '72 

business manager Dave Steffy "72 

advisor Mr. Paul Pickard 

STAFF-Jane Keebler, Jeanne Hockenberry, Dave Poust, Harold Ladd, John Bittner. 

LA VIE COLLEGIENNE is published bi-weekly by the students of Lebanon Val- 
ley College except during examination periods and vacations. LA VIE is printed by 
Boyer Press, Lebanon, Pa. Newspaper offices are located in the College Center, low- 
er level. Telephone— 867-3561, ext. 316. Subscriptions are available for $2.50 per 
semester. The opinions expressed in the newspaper are those of the editors, and do 
not represent the official opinion of the college. 



La Vie Col 





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Blame for this Yearbook 



Marcia Keefer, Editor 



Carolyn Bronneck 
Barb Boes 
Carol Crawford 
Nancy Crowther 
Cindy Evans 
Bonnie Lutz 



Cindy Miller 
Cindy Nissley 
Frank Rutherford 
Marcia Smith 
Diane Walmer 
Sally Wiest 





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Photography 
Club 



First Row: J. Murphy, G. Taylor, 
J. Persing, C. Kirk, J. Rudiak, J. 
Dilorio. Second Row: F. Tomar- 
chio, K. Jordan, T. Worthington, 
M. Nichols, D. Camuse, P. Kai- 
ser, N. Cvijic, S. Magdule. Third 
Row: M. Hauserman, Dr. Ford, 
Dr. Troutman, G. Barnabic, Dr. 
Mayer, K. Gilberg. 

The photography club is 
open to anyone interested 
in any aspect of photogra- 
phy. Members have many 
opportunities to increase 
their knowledge of photo- 
graphic techniques and 
qualified members have 
access to a well equipped 
darkroom in the College 
Center 




First Row: B. Howard, S. Aungst, B. Quairoli, P. Siler. Second Row: M. Dortch, H. Shipe, A. Cardimona, G. 
Schrieber, B. Phifer, J. Zearfoss, B. Robbins, M. Rhoads. not present: B. Larson, D. Burkholder. 



Chess Club 



The Chess Club is affiliated with the EPCCL. Members participate in EPCCL tournaments 
and in interclub competition. The club sponsors EPCCL tournaments at the Valley that 
are open to anyone who is a member of the EPCCL. 



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Ski Club 



The Ski Club adds excitement and adven- 
ture to winter life at Valley. The pictures 
here are from one of several trips to Ski 
Roundtop. 



SKI CLUB MEMBERS: 

Row 1: S. Boohar, C. Keilb, L. Fried, D. West, J. Scat- 
tergood, D. Acosta, B. Sheriff, N. Murphy, C. Thom- 
son, G. Williams. Row 2: B. Phifer, T. Koons, M. Ake- 
son, J. Rowe, M. Fuhrer, A. Stachow, T. Stewart, B. 
Pembleton. B. Ratti, J. Reihm. Row 3: J. Kiernan, W. 
Frankowski, J. Rebhorn, B. Rittmann, D. Singer, R. 
Netsch. K. Gilberg, G. Arnold, B. Poley. 







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Alpha Psi Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega is a National Honor Fraternity 
for those interested in dramatics. Membership is 
obtained by earning credits through participation 
in dramatic productions. The chapter was initi- 
ated on campus in 1960 and works closely with 
the Wig and Buckle Society. A Winter's Talc Pre- 
sented early second semester was sponsored by 
the fraternity. 

Silting: A. Smith. H. Kipp. G. Williamson, J. Bauman, D. Fowl- 
er. On The Stairs: C. Falloon. R. Renshaw, R. Bowen, D. Zvveir, 
S. Spiese. 



Wig and Buckle 



As the dramatic club on campus, Wig and Buckle 
presents several plays each year (Homecoming 
Play and a Spring play usually a musical). The 
club is open to all students interested in front and 
back stage work. 

First Row: A. Smith, G. Williamson. D. Zweir, B. Phillips. ]. 
Bauman, B. Bushong. Second Row: R. Bowen, H. Kipp, S. Fi- 
andaca, S. Spiese, R. Renshaw, K. Shetron, D. Fowler, J. Di- 
Iono. 




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Wig And Buckle 

Presents 

"Look Back In Anger" 

Homecoming Play 
October 14, 15, 16, 1971 





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December 
3, 4, 5, 1972 

Command 
Performance 
December 6 



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T. Clark 


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G. Smith 


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M. Yoshida 


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S. Janiak 


25. 


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Alpha Phi Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega is the only National Service Fraternity on campus. The purpose of this group is to as- 
semble College men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote 
service to humanity. The fraternity members serve the campus by distributing Chapel programs, direct- 
ing the school's used book exchange, raising and lowering the American Flag, and preparing the gym 
for dances and concerts. In addition they sponsor a Cub pack and tutor a special education class in 
Cleona. 




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Delta Lambda Sigma 



Delphian, as one of the social sororities, sponsors open 
and Christmas parties to promote friendship on campus. 
Other activities include decorating campus lampposts at 
Christmastime, giving parties for children at nearby or- 
phanages, and cleaning the College Store. Delphian par- 
ticipated in the Homecoming Parade by entering a float. 
Delphian strives to promote sisterhood among the society. 



1. 


M. Wilson 


8. 


S. Kumpf 


2. 


J. Creeger 


9. 


J. Schoch 


3. 


G. Fox 


10. 


K. Wood 


4. 


F. Stachow 


11. 


J. Brandt 


5. 


R. Wilson 


12. 


S. Brackbill 


6. 


S. Manbeck 


13. 


S. Reese 


7. 


K. Neidig 


14. 


B. Lutz 







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15. 
16. 
17. 
18 

19. 
20. 

21 
22. 
23 
24 
25. 



G. Diana 
W. Kline 
D. Gish 
L. Fisher 
P. McLaughlin 

A. Doney 

B. Hall 

A. Hunsburger 
K. Behler 
D. Walmer 

C. Wonderling 



26 


J. Haines 


27 


B. Jones 


28 


J. Greens'ein 


29. 


L. Flannigan 


30 


L. Sazama 


31. 


C. Nissley 


32 


M. Keefer 


33. 


K. Taber 


34 


D. Trullinger 




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1 


M. Spangler 


9. 


P. Brown 


2. 


K. Malesic 


Id 


S. Harding 


3. 


J. Barry 


11. 


Y. Stefanick 


4. 


J. Mader 


12. 


B. Beeler 


5. 


S. Wise 


13. 


J. Miller 


6. 


J. Reaske 


14. 


R. Wert 


7. 


J. Smith 


15. 


C. Fiedler 


8. 


S. Fackler 


16. 


B. Huber 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma 




The Beta Chi chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma is Valley's 
only national sorority. Dedicated to the service of others, 
Gamma Sponsors several projects which include provid- 
ing Girl Scout leaders and assistants, tutoring for special 
and elementary students, sending packages to Vietnam, 
serving Coffee Hour, visiting their grandmother, Mrs. 
Ziegler at the UCC home, ushering for Wig and Buckle 
productions, sponsoring Boost Parties for underprivileged 
children, and collecting coupons and labels for a heart 
and respiratory hospital. Sisters must provide ten hours of 
service time per semester. 



165 



Kappa Lambda Nu 



North College is the home of Clio. Although all its members do 
not live in the house it still retains the spirit of a sorority house. 

Clio members provide a welcome sight to many industrious 
students on Tuesday and Thursday evenings when they sell 
hoagies in the dorms. Clio girls also visit their "grandmother" 
at the Lebanon Valley Home. The group provides a basket of 
food for a needy family at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. 

Not to be excluded from the Valley's social life, Clio sponsors a 
Spring weekend for its members and holds "Open House" sev- 
eral times throughout the year. 





1, 


B. Robinson 


18 


S. Hoover 


2. 


J. Garlock 


19. 


J. Bostock 


3. 


N. Johnson 


20. 


N. Freeland 


4. 


N. Cvijic 


21. 


L. Moore 


5. 


B. Clegg 


22. 


K. Morrison 


6. 


K. Henderson 


23. 


C. Miller 


7. 


E. Todt 


24. 


P. Dougherty 


ft 


J. VanDeveur 


25. 


L. Hough 


9. 


J. Ganun 


26. 


G. Williamson 


10. 


N. McCullough 


27. 


M. Hinkle 


11. 


C. Berger 


28. 


T. Martin 


12. 


P. Haas 


29. 


K. Angstadt 


13. 


C. Becker 


30. 


P. Wood 


14. 


L. Beriont 


31. 


D. Scholler 


15. 


Miss Burras 


32. 


G. Johnson 


16. 


D. Kirchoff 


33. 


J. Englehart 



166 






167 





1. J. Holbrook 

2. J. Neal 

3. D. Duso 

4. G. Schwarz 

5. J. Westerfield 

6. J. Brown 

7. C. Sharman 

8. R. Tomrell 

9. E. Gibson 

10. W. Moyer 

11. D. Bachman 

12. C. Hanna 

13. K. Wise 

14. H. Henckler 

15. R. Rollengson 

16. R. Haas 

17. S. Grove 

18. R. Lobianco 

19. D. Snyder 

20. H. Knudson 

21. D. Wertz 

22. J. Hersey 

23. S. Wagner 



168 







Kappa Lambda Sigma 



Kalo is dedicated to two aims — the development of the common bond of brother- 
hood and improvement of campus social life. Kalo contributes much to the college 
community. Brothers sell mums, run the concession stand at home football games, 
award the annual outstanding player trophy at the homecoming game and hold nu- 
merous parties. Other activities which help to generate brotherhood are competitive 
in the intramural program and the annual Stag Day. Last year Kalo retired the supre- 
macy trophy by winning it for the third year in a row. Along with Stag Day, the high- 
light of the Kalo year is the Kalo Spring Weekend. 







24. 


D. Eshelman 


34. 


R. Holbrook 


45 


Father Smith 


25. 


R. Harbaugh 


35. 


G. Harris 


46. 


P. Zahuta 


26. 


J. Wilson 


:ti. 


D. Robey 


47. 


W. Howard 


27. 


L. Armour 


37. 


G. Petrie 


48. 


K. Matter 


28. 


N. Gasparino 


38. 


T. Daly 


49 


K. Stoltz 


29. 


W. Ness 


39. 


W. Morrison 


50. 


D. Zingg 


30. 


D. Steffy 


•Id 


P. Harubin 


51. 


F. Rutherford 


31. 


J. Gable 


41. 


J. Kurkis 






32. 


S. Deiter 


42 


R. DeBaun 






33. 


J. Rados 


43. 
44. 


P. Lasinski 
Geoff 








Knights 
of the 
Valley 



The Knights of the Valley is a social fraternity dedicated 
to the ideals of brotherhood among its members. The ma- 
jority of the brothers reside in Sheridan Hall. Included in 
the ideals of the Knights' organization are participation 
and leadership in campus organizations and government, 
enthusiastic participation in college intramurals, striving 
for high academic achievement, and above all an out- 
standing pride in the principles of brotherhood among the 
members. 

The Knights operate the Gordan-Davis Linen Exchange 
which supplies students with fresh linen each week, and 
the Kingsley Brown Dry Cleaning franchise in order to 
raise money for its activities. 

Some of these activities include an annual spring dinner- 
dance and party held for the brothers and returning alum- 
ni, trips to see the Hershey Bears' hockey games, the Phil- 
adelphia '76'ers, bowling, and occasional parties. 






170 




























1. 


B. Dunnick 




2. 


K. Shotwell 




3. 


E. Johnson 




4. 


D. Wolf 




5. 


K. Bickel 




6. 


A. Bevan 




7. 


f. [ones 




8. 


C. Rothermel 




9. 


D. Yocum 




10. 


A. Krepps 




11. 


W. Johnson 




12. 


P. Snyder 




13. 


J. Kinsella 




14. 


S. Sener 




15. 


D. Hostetter 




16. 


P. McClelland 





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1. 


G. Arnold 


11. 


M. Fuhrer 


21. 


H. Snyder 


31, 


B. Miller 


2. 


T. Gates 


12. 


J. Mardula 


22. 


L. Melsky 


32. 


P. Bruenn 


3. 


E. Hoachlander 


13. 


E. Iannarella 


23. 


J. Spiro 


33. 


J. Iatesta 


4. 


D. Singer 


14. 


C. Francois 


24. 


T. Poley 


34. 


J. Hubley 


5. 


P. Schleifer 


15, 


D. Kramer 


25. 


B. Phifer 


35. 


f. Patricelli 


6. 


C. Etter 


16 


J. Rowe 


26. 


E. Walsleben 


36. 


C. Werner 


7. 


S. Benekam 


17. 


B. Ward 


27. 


K. Linde 


37. 


T. Calabrese 


8. 


C. Musser 


18. 


G. Hogg 


28. 


J. Schoch 


38. 


W. Frankowski 


9, 


B. Eckler 


19. 


K. Gilberg 


29. 


P. Walsleben 


39. 


E. Boeckel 


10. 


R. Herbert 


20. 


S. Hazel 


30. 


D. Lillien 


40. 


W. Smith 





172 



Phi Lambda Sigma 




The brothers of Philo seek to improve 
social life on the Valley campus. Philo 
is proud to be represented, both scho- 
laslically and athletically, by many of 
the campus leaders. Its activities in- 
clude the sales of football pins, and 
spirit buttons, presentation of the Out- 
standing Senior Lacrosse Trophy, par- 
ticipation in the Homecoming parade, 
and Philo weekend, usually held in 
May. 




173 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6 
7. 
8. 
9. 

to, 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22 

23, 

24 

25 

26. 



E. Fasnacht 
J. Dilorio 
D. Fowler 
D. Boltz 

A. Stachow 
T. Leach 

R. Lau 
H. Kipp 
D. Meyers 
P. Rowland 
S. Spiese 

C. Zeiders 

D. Gross 

R. Renshaw 
R. Glick 
D. Zweir 
F. Putnam 
M. Christi 
D. Frantz 
S. Bell. 
D. Wenger 
J. Evans 

B. Kauffman 
B. Enzman 
T. Strohman 
M. Enge 





174 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 





Sinfonia, the men's music fra- 
ternity is concerned with both 
the social and professional as- 
pects of music. The brothers 
present several concerts during 
the year including the fall 
Chamber Music Concert. The 
group co-sponsors the winter 
musical and the Conserve For- 
mal with SAI, and this year 
hosted a workshop for the east- 
ern province of Sinfonia. 




175 



Sigma Alpha Iota 



SAI, is a national music fraternity for women taking 
an active interest and having outstanding ability in 
music. The aim of the fraternity is to further the 
cause of music through personal development of tal- 
ent and through worthwhile projects on both a na- 
tional and local level. During the fall and spring se- 
mester, the sisters sponsor several concerts. The 
Pickwell Benefit Concert is performed in the spring. 
The proceeds from this concert go toward a scholar- 
ship presented to a member of the fraternity. SAI 
also co-sponsors the Consereve Formal with Sinfon- 
ia and presents recitals for the patients at Phil Haven 
Hospital in Mt. Gretna. Every Monday night SAI sis- 
ters troop through the dorms selling soft pretzels. 









176 





C. Miller 
M. Deloache 
J. Rumfield 
J. Colyer 
J. Yingst 
P. Zerbe 
C. Scott 
J. Otto 
M. Weigel 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 

14 
15. 
16. 

17. 

1H 



V. Fox. 
J. Huber 
M. Graves 
J. Bauman 
J. Paff 

B. Baughman 

C. Wubbena 
J. Redding 

D. East 



177 



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CLASS OFFICERS 1972 






CENTER: V. President, George Pe- 
trie; Treasurer, Vickie Perosa; Sec- 
retary, Natalie Cvijic; President, 
Robert Holbrook. 

TOP LEFT: R. Ditzler, D. Ditzler, S. 
Bowman, L. Weaver, A. Bowman. 
MIDDLE: C. Werner, J. Rowe, G. Ar- 
nold. 
BOTTOM: S. Lewin, F. Stachow. 



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TOP RIGHT: S. Schadt. 

LOWER LEFT: Standing: W. Quairoli, T. 

Albert, S. Aungst, C. Zerbe. Front: R. Heff- 

ner, J. Cassel. 

LOWER RIGHT: S. Spiese. D. Fowler, H. 

Kipp. 



181 





UPPER LEFT: F. Garver, D. Teyssier, N. Free- 
land. 

UPPER CENTER: E. Fasnacht, R. Kain, D. 
Boltz, R. Renshaw. 

UPPER RIGHT: L. Larthey, P. Shearer, S. Fly, 
J. Holt, K. Edwards. 

LOWER CENTER: Row V. S. VanHouten, E. 
Todt, S. Beimfohr, C. Fiedler, C. Acosta. Row 
2: B. Huber, P. Brown, V. Fox, N. McCullough, 
J. Smith. 
LOWER RIGHT: M. Yoshida, R. Ellison. 




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UPPER LEFT: P. Dougherty, D. Hartman, J. 

Fonken, E. Robinson, S. Hoover. 

TOP CENTER: T. Crook, K. Tortora, C. Fal- 

loon, K. Rothrock, V. Perosa. 

LOWER LEFT: J. Huber, T. Naus. 



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UPPER RIGHT: D. Wilkins. A. Schade. 
LOWER RIGHT: J. Baumann, J. Rum- 
field, J. Otto, P. Zerbe. 




185 








UPPER LEFT: Duchess, S. Magdule, E. Graft, 
S. Rohland. 

TOP CENTER: D. Dunnick, R. Linthirst. 
LOWER LEFT: Bottom Row: C. Woodburn, K. 
Wood. Top Row: K. Wallner, D. Simmons. 



186 




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UPPER: J. Iatesta, C. Etter, C. Musser, 

R. Heisey. 

MIDDLE: J. Wolfe, J. Brandt, D. Stull. 

LOWER: B. Beeler, C. Drescher, M. 

Spangler, R. Rehrig, J. Kerschner, M. 

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TOP: T. Strizver, B. Templin, M. Bartell, R. 
Haas, D. Stein. Kneeling: K. McPherson. 
BOTTOM: Seated: J. Westerfield, J. Rados, L. 
Armour, J. Hersey. First Row: f. Holbrook, P. 
Lasinski, G. Petrie, R. Debaun, J. Kurkis, R. 
Holbrook, K. Stoltz, P. Harubin. 




190 






UPPER LEFT: L. Kauffman, C. Kirk 
UPPER RIGHT: W. Uhler, M. Brightbill, P. Haas. 
BOTTOM: T. Leach. B. Snyder, D. Nagy, J. Powell. D. 
Bachman, D. Steffy, 



191 



Our Friends on 
Campus 



Gumpy — Our Janitor 




Father Smith, 
our friend and 
advisor and 
Geoff. 



Mr. Harnish 
book store 
manager 



Mrs. Ott and 
Mrs. Rohland 
Vickroy and 
Mary Green 
dorm mothers 




193 






Jan Creeger 





Who s Who 
in American 
Colleges 



Ross Ellison 



Beth 
Robinson 






Dave Steffy 
Bill Synder 



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193 





Dave Hostetter 



Candee Falloon 






Jann Helbig Fran Stachow Greg Arnold 

Judy Fonken Ron Renshaw 



194 







Robert Holbrook Diane Wilkins 

Clair Fiedler Sue Van Houten 









David Stein 



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Vicky Perosa 
John Holbrook 





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Outstanding 
Juniors 



Tony Leach 
Don Frantz 






Chris Becker 
Barb Warwick 
Rae Tanner 



196 





BAR ! 

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Stan Janiak 





Bill 
Morrison 

Ed 
lannarella 



Ruth Wilson 
Don Johnson 



197 



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Gail Diana 
Ruth Wilson 
Alison Doney 
Kathy Neidig 
Kay Forker 



199 




Chris Becker Don Johnson 

Mr. and Miss Athlete 



200 




Mr. and 
iss LVC 



Barb Warwick Bill Morrison 



201 




Craig W. Anderson 
Chemistry 



Gordon H. Arthur 
Psychology 



Cathie L. Aston 
Math 



Kathleen A. Bangert 
Political Science 




Jeanne D. Barry 
Biology 



Barbara L. Baughman 
Music 



Steven S. Beam 
Biology 



Christine S. Becker 
Biology 




202 



Thomas E. Beresford 
Actuarial Science 



Bonnie L. Blazer 
Chemistry 



Sharon A. Boeshore 
Elementary Ed. 



Judith M. Bostock 
Psychology 




Patricia L. Brunner 
Music Education 



Richard S. Brunner 
Psych ology 



Martin L. Burch 
Music Education 



Michael A. Burkett 
Psychology 



203 




Patrick B. Campbell 
Biology 



Dennis R. Camuse 
Psychology 



Anne M. Cardimona 
Math 



George J. Casey 
Chemistry 




Thomas J. Chesney 
Elementary Ed. 



William A. Clifford 
Biology 



Janice K. Colyer 
Music Education 



Carol L. Crawford 
Music Education 





Nancy M. Crowther 
Medical Technology 



Stephen G. Crum 
Actuarial Science 



Mane B. Currin 
Psychology 



Alan H. Curtis 
Chemistry 




Marsha L. Edwards 
Elementary Ed. 



205 




Karin L. Ehinger 
Elementary Ed. 



Deborah L. Ellis 
Elementary Ed. 



Janice A. Englehart 
English 



Cynthia L. Evans 
Medical Technology 




Ralph J. Fetrow 
Music Education 



Kay L. Forker 
Medical Technology 



Wayne C. Fox 
Music Education 



Donald B. Frantz 
Music Education 




206 



Janice A. Ganun 
English 



Carey C. Garland 
Biology 



Nicholas M. Gasparino 
Economics 



Kenneth R. Gilberg 
Political Science 




Sara A. Harding 
Biology 



Gordon M. Harris 
Economics 




Roger A. Heckman 
Chemistry 




Henry G. Henckler 
Economics 



Margaret E. Hinkel 
German 



Nancy R. Hostetter 
Foreign Languages 



Linda S. Hough 
Elementary Ed. 




208 



John A. Hubley 
Psychology 



Nancy J. Hunt 
English 



Edward G. Iannarella 
English 



Lucile A. Immen 
Biology 




Beverly A. James 
Psych ology 



Joann M. Jandrositz 
Elementary Ed. 



Stanley F. Janiak 
Biology 



Gail E. Johnson 
Elementary Ed. 




Wayne D. Johnson 
Physics 



F. Obai Kabia 
Economics 



Paul F. Kaiser 
English 



Roslyn Kaplan 
Elementary Ed. 




Marcia E. Keefer 
Sociology 



Lydia Keegan 
Elementary Ed. 



Phyllis K. Kegerreis 
Elementary Ed. 



Keith 
Photography 



209 




Betsy S. Kilmer 
Elementary Ed. 



John S. Kinsella 
Biology 



Debra A. Kirchhof 
Biology 



Scott W. Kopp 
English 




Steven B. Korpon 
Biology 



Douglas R. Kramer 
Elementary Ed. 



Michael A. Krause 
Political Science 



Harold E. Ladd 
English 




210 



Anthony T. Leach 
Music Education 



Doren S. Leathers 
Math 



Elizabeth A. Lee 
Music Education 



Susan Kohl Leibig 
Medical Technology 





(Catherine T. Loomis 
Music Education 




Bonnie K. Lutz 
Elementary Ed. 



Julie M. Mader 
Music Education 



Lynn M. Manhire 
Math 



John F. Mardula 
Psychology 




Ralph W. McCabe 
Psychology 



Richard L. Mt:Carren 
Economics 



Philip M. McClelland 
Music Education 



Lawrence W. Melsky 
Math 



211 




Jean A. Miller 
Math 



R. Catherine Miller 
Music Education 



William C. Mi 
Biology 



William J. Morrison 
Chemistry 




Joseph F. Murphy 
Chemistry 



David R. Naugle 
Biology 



Barbara L. Nauroth 
Biology 



Kathy S. Neidig 
Psychology 



212 




Ruth E. Nickerson 
Elementary Ed. 




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Evelyn G. Nottingham 
English 



Daniel A. Ober 
Actuarial Science 



Joann L. Paff 
Music Education 



John E. Patricelli 
Biology 




Joyce M. Peiffer 
Psychology 



Nadine B. Peiffer 
Nursing 



Bonnie G. Phillips 
Music Education 



Kim A. Pottieger 
Sociology 




Nada J. Powley 
Music Education 



Susan M. Puglisi 
Sociology 



Bruce A. Rangnow 
Liberal Arts Science 



Rebecca A. Reber 
English 



213 




Susan L. Reese 
Elementary Ed. 



Donald R. Reinecker 
Elementary Ed. 



Marilyn J. Richmond 
Elementary Ed. 



Barry J. Rittman 
Biology 




Carolyn J. Robinson 
Elementary Ed. 



Amy Rojahn 
Elementary Ed. 



Charles A. Rothermel 
Religion 



Philip D. Rowland 
Music Education 




Linda S. Scharf 
Foreign Languages 



Peter W. Schleifer 
History 



Diane M. Scholler 
Chemistry 



George W. Schreiber 
Biology 




George A. Schwarz 
Political Science 



Diane G. Seegert 
Elementary Ed. 



Bonnie L. Seidel 
Biology 



Scott T. Sener 
Elementary Ed. 




Rodney K. Shane 
Chemistry 



Clinton G. Sharman 
Music Education 



Byron L. Shoemaker 
Economics 



James R. Short 
Religion 





Mark S. Shoup 
Religion 



215 




Evelyn G. Spruce 
Medical Technology 



Andrew F. Stachow 
Music Education 










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216 



Douglas W. Stetler 
Economics 



Thomas E. Stewart 
Chemistry 



Bradley D. Stocker 
Elementary Ed. 



Rae J. Tanner 
Biology 



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Fred W. Tomarchio 
Chemistry 



Richard C. Tomrell 
Music Education 



Linnea Travis 
Elementary Ed. 



Timothy N. Trone 
Economics 




Neall H. Trout 
History 



Diane M. Trullinger 
English 



Harold D. Ulmer 
English 



Judith A. VanderVeur 
Liberal Arts Science 




Gary L. Wagner 
Psychology 



Stephen J. Wagner 
Biology 



Colleen L. Wales 
Medical Technology 



Diane L. Walmer 
Elementary Ed. 



217 




Galen M. Walmer 
Music Education 



Dennis F. Ward 
Psychology 



Robert H. Ward 
Economics 



Barbara L. Warwick 
Elementary Ed. 




Mary E. Weigel 
Elementary Ed. 



Renee C. Wert 
Psychology 



Dennis C. Wertz 
Chemistry 



Dana V. West 
Math 




218 



Susan E. White 
Elementary Ed. 



Jamie M. Whitman 
Elementary Ed. 



Margaret A. Whorl 
English 



Ruth A. Wilson 
English 




Susan I. Wise 
Elementary Ed. 



Scott G. Withers 
Chemistry 



Linda L. Witmer 
Music Education 



Janine M. Womer 
Elementary Ed. 




Paul R. Zahuta 
Biology 



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UPPER LEFT: Sitting: W. Kline. First Row: L. Flanigan, S. Owen, C. Vezza, L. 
Sazama. Second Row: A. Johnson, K. Taber, K. Robertson. LOWER LEFT: M. 
Fuhrer, G. Lesser. UPPER RIGHT: Sitting on Fence: S. Hazel. Sitting: L. Stoner, 
E. Palomba, V. Hackman. Standing: M. Knettler, B. Van Houten, C. Comfort. 
Sitting on Fence: G. Townsley. LOWER RIGHT: K. Shetron, B. McPherson, C. 
Hunsicker, A. Algeo, J. Garlock, P. Speer, B. Boyd, N. Johnson. 



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LEFT: Standing: T. Rohrbaugh, P. Wood, C. Nissley, M. Wilson, K. Behler, L. Marsteller, B. Bushong. In 
Tree: J. Catherman, 3. Neideigh, K. Matter, B. Enzam, S. Deiter, R. Murphy. UPPER RIGHT: S. Snyder, N. 
Ryder, S. Huckins, J. Spiro, B. Tarbotton, J. Roehm, S. Shoop. LOWER RIGHT: Sirring: R. Hildebrand, C. 
Walborn, J. Keeler. Standing: K. Shotwell, E. Walsleben, C Wonderling, J. Haines, P. Walsleben, C. Fran- 
cois, J. Womer, J. Katzaman. 





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UPPER LEFT: M. Huber, D. Arthur, K. Henderson, S. Heist- 
er, L. Honodel, J. Keebler, S. Jacoby. LOWER LEFT: S. 
Wert, B. Clegg, C. Burger, L. Peterson, T. Martin, C. Miller, 
M. Deloache. UPPER RIGHT: Standing: T. Daly, D. Eshel- 
man, K. Wise, C. Hanna, W. Moyer. In Tree: B. Harbaugh, J. 
Gable, S. Deiter, K. Matter, F. Rutherford, S. Grove, R. 
Zingg. LOWER RIGHT: J. Uhlig, M. Enge, G. Shultis, Q. 
Lerch, D. Gross. 




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UPPER LEFT: B. Kauffman, T. Gates, S. 
Benekam, H. Knudson, J. Ellis, G. Hogg. 
LOWER LEFT: First Row: D. Sample, 
C. Scott, L. Beriont, J. Lohmann, Y. Ste- 
fanick, C. Withers, J. Palladine, J. Han- 
nigan. Second Row: K. Angstadt, K. 
Page, S. Fackler. Third Row: C. Con- 
dran, L. Moore, H. Cummings. UPPER 
RIGHT: P. Merchant, J. Redding, C. 
Melson, S. Latherow, S. Kuntz, K. But- 
kofsky, B. Bashore, S. Ruehr. LOWER 
RIGHT: First Row: J. Greenstein, B. 
Burtner, G. Fox, A. Hunsberger, C. 
Carlson, P. Baduini. Second Row: R. 
Berriker, N. Albright, B. Chabitnoy, R. 
Bohlander, K. Bickel, A. Dinsmore. 




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UPPER LEFT: Standing: M. Camillo, S. 
Dunnick, J. Compton, T. Campbell, P. 
Clarke. T. Fick. ABOVE: D. Drvbread, 
P. Dubble. LOWER LEFT: First Row: L. 
Matylewicz, L. Ferriola, K. Kocher, A. 
Leonard, S. Lee, M. Miller, J. Miles, A. 
Morbach, L. Lavella, N. Murphy. Sec- 
ond Row: F. Hummert, D. Miller, J. 
McGary, D. Maxwell, T. Leighty, M. 
Miller, R. Mitchell, E. Miller. UPPER 
RIGHT: First Row: M. Nixon. S. Ong. C. 
Potter, C. Otto, R. Eppley, N. Winter, P. 
Pratt, C. Penturelli, J. Gerhard. Second 
Row: B. Aycock, T. Ward, J. Fringer, J. 
Persing, M. Sherman, D. Poust, C. 
Brown, D. Stachow. LOWER RIGHT: 
First Row: E. Lightcap, S. Anderson. H. 
Shirk, V. Wenger, N. Schlegel, P. Olver, 
R. Sheriff, A. Shuey, C. Reynolds. Sec- 
ond Row: D. Rice, K. Seyfert, H. Scott, 
M. Borgerson. B. Swartley, R. Nash. M. 
Rhoads. 



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UPPER LEFT: First Row: J. Kern, J. Fechisin, D. 
Lang. Second Row: C. Mosteller, (. Heindel, H. 
Fortna, J. Bottomley. LOWER LEFT: N. Schrei- 
ber, C. Evans, A. Roth, M. Sitzler, P. Siler, W. 
Scott, D. Speir, J. Wright, S. Woolford. UPPER 
RIGHT: E. Baker, R. Schneider, R. Boyer, S. Bix- 
ler, P. Cebulka, J. Walker, J. Deroba, R. Cruise, J. 
Bach. LOWER RIGHT: D. Parente, J. Schultz, A. 
Spilman, B. Schroeder, T. Dilworth, M. Bauer, B. 
Boes, E. Briggs, S. Aleshire, S. Bates, N. Bonnet, 
C. Brunner. 




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UPPER LEFT: First Row: W. Tipton, V. 
Zolenski, A. Thomas, W. Wood, K. 
Abbey, S. Siegel, G. Taylor. Second 
Row: G. Williams, B. Robbins. D. Peter- 
son, M. Smith, L. Smith, R. Rowand. 
Third Row: I. Siegel, W. Wolf, T. 
Sheaffer. LOWER LEFT: C. Lentz, A. 
Brokans, L. Freed, L. Long, S. Frieswyk, 
N. Heston, C. Kielb, H, Johnson. Second 
Row: N. Nelson, S. Boohar, K. Kienzle, 
S. Fiandaca, B. Scott, C. Crandall, R 
Kocsis, J. Fillmore, A. Pappas, B 
McClelland. L. Sandleman, S. Forte, D 
Kost. UPPER RIGHT: First Row: M 
Eisenhaver, C. Howse, E. Howell, L 
Gelsinger. V. Hancock, S. Grundy, J. 
Holbrook, K. Hartnett, D. Heck. Second 
Row: D. Hoover, B. Hissner, K. Hoover, 
J. Halbleib, D. Brooks, D. Hill, R. Johns. 
LOWER RIGHT: First Row: C. Zoll, T. 
Knaub, D. Weidman, W. Wheatley, G. 
Weller, W. Dellinger. Second Row: E. 
Woodworth, G. Fernsler, L. Thompson, 
S. Wiest. J. Todd. 



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UPPER LEFT: T. Cek, P. Breslin. R. Frey, D. Gar- 
ber. J. McCartney, D. Jones, K. McManus, G. Sar- 
iotis, J. Kowalchuk. UPPER RIGHT: T. Hintz, B. 
Hammond, D. Gernerd, N. Fritz. C. Doolittle, C. 
Fisher, R. Georgic, D. Guare. BOTTOM: First 
Row: L. Snavely, J. Boyd, G. Souders, C. Knipe, R. 
Schantz. Seated: K. Storck, J. Scattergood, L. Wy- 
solovski. Standing: D. Egner, W. Shumway, C. 
Shupp, R. Bull, L. Sweigart. 



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A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Akeson 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Albert 

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson C. Barnhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bauer 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Baumann 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Benekam 

Mr. and Mrs. Mertis S. Bixler 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Boes 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Bolfz 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bowditch 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Bowman 

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Boyd, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Brackbill 

Mrs. Dorothy J. Brandt 

Mrs. Charles Breslin 

Charles D. and Ana S. Brown 

James W. Brown, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Brown 

Larry P. Bruenn 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Brunner 

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burch 

John Acie Burgess 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Bushong 

Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey W. Butterbaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Catherman 



Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Chesney 

Mr. and Mrs. Veselin Christi 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Clegg 

Anne F. Crandall 

D and S Music and Appliance Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Deveney 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Ditzler 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. H. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Falloon 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Fasnacht 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Fly III 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Fox, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Fox 

Mrs. David Fringer 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. GaNun, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard D. Gilberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Clay E. Givler 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Greenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gross, Sr. 

K. D. Grubb, Building Contractor 

William T. Hammond 

Mr. and Mrs. Orville A. Hanna 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle C. Harding 

Harmony Crest Farms 

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin Hauserman 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott Hazel 

Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Heisey 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Marlin Heisey 



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Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Helm 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Hollenbach 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hoover 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Hostetter 

Mr. and Mrs. Darwin E. Houtz 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon Hunt 

F. Stanley Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Jones 

Mrs. B. Jurman 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Keebler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefer 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Kerschner 

Jacob H. Killheffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Kline 

Mr. and Mrs. George Kuntz 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ladd, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lang 

Dr. and Mrs. George Laubach 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lesser 

Herman A. Linthurst 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lutz 

Mrs. Dean Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mader 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Matylewicz 

Nancy L. McCall 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClelland 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McPherson 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Jr. 

Claude L. Miller, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Neidiegh, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nissley 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Olver 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Orlando 

Rev. and Mrs. W. Jackson Otto 

Mr. and Mrs. John Pappas 

Mrs. Georgetta H. Parente 

Dr. and Mrs. George S. Poust, Jr. 

William Pratt 

Mr. Robert Purviance 

R and J Motors 

Donald G. Randall 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Rangnow 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Reaske 

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reese 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. Renshaw, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. Richards W. Rhoads 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Robey 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Ruehr 

F. Allen Rutherford, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Scattergood 

Leonard G. Scharf 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Schneider 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Schwarz, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott 



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Mr. and Mrs. William A. Shaffer 
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Shearer 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Singer 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. H. Smith 
Bruce and Patricia Souders 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spotts 
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Spruce 
Staircase Beauty Salon 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Steffy 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Stoltz 
Emil J. Suda 
Robert Tipton 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Todt 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Trone 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tshudy 
Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. Ulmer 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Houten 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walmer 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ward 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Watson 
Paul C. Wolfe, Insurance 
Walter A. Womer 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Wood 
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Woodworth 
Charles L. Zoll, Jr. 










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Compliments of your 
friendly local 

HANDY MARKETS INC. 



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PAUL KETTERING 
Sporting Goods 

104 W. Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 




The Hearth Room 

Dine In The Gracious Atmosphere 
Inspired By The Warmth Of Our Hearth 



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il a fireplace or of a brick oven on which 
a fire may he built. 

Webster's Dictionary "tells it likeil is" in the above definition 
ol .1 hearth, Inn certainly the words do little to convey whai the 
hearth really me. nil. and still means, to civilization. Today as in the 
past it signifies security, warmth, togetherness, love, family, good Inn 
and good food . . . nourishment for the spirit as well as the body. 
Indeed the hearth has been and still is literally (lie soul ol the home.. 

Is it any wondei we .tie proud of our hearth t \m\ want lo 
share its sense ol well-being with you. Come to "The Hearth 
Room" olleu and let us show you how we 




"hearth" conveys. 

Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Chocolate Town USA 




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HERSHET 

MOTOR LODGE 



CEDAR BOOK 

AND 
CARD SHOP 

"Your Headquarters for 
All Your Reading Needs" 

Greeting Cards 
Stationery 

8:00 A.M. 'till 9:00 P.M. Daily 
8:00 A.M. 'till 5:30 P.M. Sat. 
7:00 A.M. 'till 1:00 P.M. Sun. 

Phone (717) 272-0167 
37 S. 8th Street 
Lebanon, Penna. 



DUTCH DINER 
Restaurant and Motel 

Palmyra, Pennsylvania 




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Compliments of 



LEBANON VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 



Established 183 



Pine Grove 
Shaefferstown 



Annville Lebanon Valley Shopping Center 
Palmyra Lebanon Plaza 

Lebanon 
Cleona 



Member F.D.I.C. 



HOT DOG FRANKS 



7 E. Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 



SMITH SHEET METAL & HARDWARE 



INC 



FORCED AIR HEATING SYSTEMS 
GLASS - TOOLS - ROOFING - LAWN & GARDEN SUPPLIES 
ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES 
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - HOUSEWARES 
Phone 867-3541 

TERMS: - 30 DAYS NET. 




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149 W. MAIN ST. 



ANNVILLE, PA. 



BOZO'S— LUCY'S CAFE 

for famous Italian Food 

Hershey, Penna. 

Prop. "Bozo" TATANGELO 
Phone 534-1045 



DAVIS PHARMACY 

9 11 W. Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 



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Two Fifty West Chocolate Ave. Hershey, Pennsylvania 



R and J Motors 



Lebanon, Penna. 



STRICKLER 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY, INC 



ROMA'S PIZZA 

The Best Pizza with Sausage, 

Peppers, Mushrooms, Anchovies 

Sandwiches and Spaghetti 



Lebanon, Penna. 



765 Cumberland St., Lebanon 
I 3 W. Main St., Myerstown 
52 W. Main St., Palmyra 



273 3942 
866 6314 
838-5311 



GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 



157 W. Chocolate Ave. 

Hershey, Penna. 

533 6304 

Goodyear Tires 

Complete Repair Shop 

State Inspections 

Truck and Farm Tire Work 



BOB HOCH 
SERVICE CENTER 



Lebanon 

and 

Palmyra 

Pennsylvania 



DeANGELIS RESTAURANT 



7«#<f4 S6oe Stone 



102 W. Chocolate Ave. 
Hershey, Penna. 



250 W. Chocolate Ave. • 

Phone 534-1968 



Hershey, Pa. 



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Compliments of 



BRANDYWINE 
IRON AND METAL COMPANY, INC. 

Steel Supply and Waste Materials 

Dealers and Processors in Paper 

Our Specialty 

12th and Church Street 

Phone 717-272-4655 Lebanon, Penna. 



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Congratulations from 




Printers 

of the 

College Catalog 

and the 

Review 




SOWERS PRINTING 
COMPANY 



Lebanon, Penna. 
(in the Lebanon Valley) 



KREAMER BROS. 
FURNITURE CO. 



328 W. Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 



TARASCHI'S MOTEL 

AND 

EFFICIENCY 

APARTMENTS 

Four Miles East of Hershey 

Three Miles West of Lebanon 

Valley College 

T.V. 

Air Conditioning 

P.M.A. Approved 

On Route 422 

Phone (717) 867-3931 

Annville, Penna. 



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ANNVILLE NEWS AGENCY 

Trailways Ticket Agency 

Newspapers, Magazines 

Paperbacks 

Health and Beauty Supplies 

Open Daily from 6-9 
and Sundays 6 2 



SIMII1 



STORES, INC. 



JUNIORS, WOMEN'S AND MISSES APPAREL 

Lebanon Plaza 

Route 72 — Lebanon, Pa. 17042 



NAPLE'S PIZZA 



27 East Main St., Annville 



EUGENE HOASTER CO., INC. 

DONALD J. HOASTER 
CHARLES N. BROOKS, JR. 

Insurance and Bonds 

526 Cumberland St. 
Lebanon, Penna. 



Pizza 



Phone 867 4261 

For The Best Pizza 
In Town, Try Us!! 



YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT 



Also these specialities . . . Spaghetti Lasagna Ravioli 
Sausage and Meatball Sandwiches 




CLEAVER-BROOKS 

DIVISION OF AQUA-CHEM, INC. 

Originators and Largest Producers 
of Packaged Steam Generators 



Leba 



Pa. 



Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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Sweet Success 
to the Class of 1972 



PEOPLE'S 

NATIONAL 

BANK 



8th and Cumberland 
Lebanon, Penna. 



SELTZER'S 
LEBANON BOLOGNA 

230 N. College 
Palmyra, Penna. 



SPINNER'S MOTOR INN 

New Units — Color T.V. — Room Phones 

Air Conditioning 

Famous Parisian Restaurant 

One Mile East of the Chocolate Plant 

on Route U.S. 422 

Phone (717) 533-9157 

Hershey, Penna. 



Congratulations From 

THE CO-ED LUNCHEONETTE 

E. Main Street 
Annville, Penna. 




250 




Compliments of 
THE LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 

BOOK STORE 

and 
SNACK SHOP 



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Abbey, K. — 234 

Acosta, C. — 71, 182 

Acosta, D. — 151 

Akeson, M. — 151 

Albert, T. — 65, 181 

Albright, C. — 128 

Albright, N. — 223 

Aleshire, S. — 75, 233 

Algeo, A. — 229 

Alleman, M. — 123 

Ammons, W. — 114 

Anderson, C. — 202 

Anderson, S. — 231 

Angstadt, K. — 166, 222 

Armour, L. — 168, 190 

Arnold, G. — 65, 98, 109, 120, 138, 151, 

172, 180, 194 
Arthur, D. — 226 
Arthur, G. — 202 
Aston, K. — 202 
Aungst, S. — 68, 150, 181 
Aycock, J, — 231 

Bach, J. — 114, 233 

Bachman, D. — 168, 191 

Baduini, P. — 68, 223 

Baker, C. — 189 

Baker, E. — 223 

Bangert, K. — 202 

Barnabic, G. — 150 

Barry, J. — 164, 202 

Bartell, M. — 68, 138, 190 

Bashore, B. — 223 

Bates, S. — 87, 233 

Bauer, M. — 128, 233 

Baughman, B. — 93, 177, 202 

Baumann, J. — 153, 177, 185 

Beam, B. — 202 

Beam, S. — 68, 160 

Becker, C. — 99, 128, 166, 196, 200, 202 

Beeler, B. — 78, 92, 164, 188 

Behler, K. — 124, 163, 182, 224 

Beimfohr, S. — 144 

Bell, C. — 174 

Beltz, D. — 71 

Benekam, S. — 172, 222 

Beresford, T. — 160, 202 

Beriont, L. — 166, 222 

Berricker, R, — 102, 160, 223 

Bevan, A. — 171 

Bickel, K. — 102, 131, 137, 144, 171, 222 

Bixler, S. — 233 

Blazer, B. — 202 

Boeckel, E. — 78, 172 

Boes, B. — 233 

Boeshore, S. — 71, 202 

Bohlander, R. — 222 

Boltz, D. — 174, 182 

Boltz, M. — 78 

Bonnet, N. — 233 

Boohar, S. — 151, 234 

Borgerson, M. — 231 

Bostock, J. — 166, 202 

Bottomley, J. — 232 

Bowditch, J. — 71, 120 



Student Index 

Bowen, R. — 87, 93, 120 

Bowman, A. — 180 

Bowman, S. — 180 

Boyd, B. — 99, 229 

Boyd, J. — 236 

Boyer, R. — 102, 220, 233 

Brackbill, S. — 187, 162 

Brandt, J. — 109, 120, 188 

Brandt, J, — 65, 78, 124, 162, 203 

Breslin, P. — 236 

Briggs, E. — 28, 75, 144, 233 

Brightbill, M. — 191 

Brokans, A. — 234 

Bronneck, C. — 203 

Brooks, D. — 99, 235 

Brown, C. — 114, 231 

Brown, J. — 168, 203 

Brown, P. — 99, 132, 182 

Brown, P. — 144, 164 

Brunn, P. — 172, 203 

Brunner, L. — 233, 128 

Brunner, P. — 203 

Brunner, R. — 203, 78 

Bulko, J. — 65 

Bull, R. — 236 

Burch, M. — 203, 93, 78 

Burger, L. — 227, 166, 92, 78 

Burkett, M. — 203 

Burtner, R. — 223 

Bushong, M. — 224, 153, 78 

Butkofsky, K. — 223, 102 

Calabrese, A. — 120, 172 
Callahan, J. — 120 
Camillo, M. — 230, 128 
Campbell, P. — 230, 204 
Camuse, D. — 120, 150, 204 
Cardimona, A. — 150, 204 
Carlson, C. — 223 
Casey, G. — 204 
Cassel, J. — 181 
Catherman, J. — 224, 98 
Cebulka, P. — 233, 102 
Cek, A. — 236 
Chabitnoy, R. — 223 
Chesney, T. — 123, 204, 109, 98 
Christi, M. — 174 
Chwatt. H. — 138 
Clark, T. — 160. 102 
Clark, V. — 102 
Clarke, P. — 230 
Clegg, B. — 227, 166 
Clemens, C. — 93, 87 
Clifford, W. — 204 
Colyer, J. — 177, 204 
Comfort, C. — 229, 102 
Compton, J. — 230 
Condran, C. — 222 
Crandall, C. — 284 
Crawford, C. — 92, 204 
Creeger, J. — 187, 162, 193 
Crook, T. — 184, 193, 65, 144 
Crowther, N. — 205 
Cruise, R. — 233, 109 
Crum, S. — 205, 102 



Cummings, H. — 222 
Currin, M. — 205 
Curtis, A. — 160, 205, 144 
Cvijic, N. — 180, 166, 150 

Dahms, K. — 109 

Daly, T, — 227, 169, 98 

DeAugustine, C. — 205 

DeBaun, R. — 169, 190, 68 

DeBoer, F. — 93, 87 

Deiter, J. — 224, 227, 123, 169, 65 

Dellinger, W. — 235, 87 

DeLoache, M. — 227, 177, 92, 87 

Deroba, J. — 233 

Derweiler, G, — 160, 205, 87 

Diana, G. — 163, 205, 199 

Dilorio, J, — 153, 174, 150, 205, 94 

Dilworth, T. — 233 

Dinsmore, A. — 223, 87 

Ditzler, D. — 180 

Ditzler, R. — 180 

Doney, A, — 205, 199 

Doolittle, C. — 237 

Dortch, M. — 150, 205 

Doughtery, P. — 184, 166, 71 

Drescher, C. — 188 

Drybread, D. — 28, 230, 128, 132 

Dubble, P, — 230 

Dunnick, R. — 186, 171, 137, 77, 75, 78 

Dunnick, S. — 230, 77 

Duso, D. — 168 

East, D. — 177, 92, 205 
Edwards, K. — 182 
Edwards, M. — 205, 71, 78 
Egner, D. — 236 
Ehinger, K. — 206, 71 
Eisenhauer, M. — 235, 130 
Elliott, B. — 65 
Ellis, D. — 206 
Ellis, J. — 222 

Ellison, R. — 182, 160, 193, 93 
Enge, M. — 227, 174 
Englehart, J. — 166, 206 
Enzeman, B. — 224, 174, 94 
Eppley, R. — 231, 77 
Errickson, J. — 99, 102 
Eshelman, D. — 227, 168 
Etter, C. — 188, 172, 114, 71, 78 
Evans, C. — 232 
Evans, C. — 128, 206 
Evans, D. — 114 
Evans, G. — 102 
Evans, ]. — 174, 102 

Fackler, S. — 222, 128, 164 
Falloon, C. — 184, 153, 194, 71 
Fasnacht, E. — 182, 174, 94 
Fechisin, J. — 232 
Feinauer, K. — 75, 77 
Fernsler, G. — 235 
Ferriola, L. — 230 
Fetrow, R. — 160, 206, 87 
Fiandaca, S. — 234, 153, 87 
Fick, T. — 230 



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Fiedler, C. — 182, 164, 195, 71, 144 

Fillmore, J. — 234 

Fisher, L. — 187, 163 

Fisher, C. — 237 

Flanigan, L. — 228, 163, 124 

Fly, S. — 182. 68 

Fonken, J. — 184, 194, 65 

Forker, K. — 206, 199 

Forte, S. — 234, 87 

Fortna, H. — 232 

Fowler, F. — 153, 174, 181, 87 

Fox. G. — 223. 162 

Fox, V. — 182, 177 

Fox, W. — 92, 206, 94 

Francois, C. — 225, 123. 172, 77 

Frankowski, W. — 172, 109, 138, 98, 151 

Frantz. D. — 174, 196, 206, 109, 137, 78 

Freed, L. — 234. 65 

Freeland, N. — 182, 166. 71 

Frey, J. — 109, 131 

Frey, R. — 236 

Frick. D. — 109 

Frieswyk, S. — 234. 87 

Fringer, J. — 231 

Fritz, N. — 237 

Fuhrer, M. — 228, 120, 172. 151 

Gable, J. — 227. 168 

Galloway. M. — 160 

Ganun, J. — 98, 128, 206. 132, 166 

Garber, J. — 236 

Garver. F. — 182, 71 

Gargiulo, f, — 92, 87 

Garland, C. — 160, 68, 206 

Garlock, B. — 229, 221, 137, 166 

Garver, F. — 182 

Gasparino, N. — 206, 109, 168 

Gates, T. — 222, 120, 172 

Gelsinger. L. — 235 

Georgic, R. — 237 

Gerhard, ]. — 231, 146 

Germer, R. — 92 

Gernerd, D. — 237, 128, 131 

Gibson, E. — 168 

Gilberg. K. 151. 120, 98, 172, 206 

Gilman, J. — 123 

Gish. D. — 163, 207 

Givler. C. — 201 

Glick, R. — 87, 174, 93, 207 

Gordon, D. — 160, 207 

Graft, E. — 186 

Graves, M. — 71, 92 

Greening, R. — 87, 132, 207 

Greenstein, N. — 163, 223 

Gross, D. — 87, 93, 174, 227 

Grove, S. — 168, 227 

Grundy, S. — 235 

Guare, D. — 237, 114 

Haas, P. — 166, 190, 191, 132 
Haas, T. — 65, 168 
Hackman, V. — 102, 229 
Haines, J. — 99, 163, 225 
Halbleib, J. — 235, 75 
Hall, B. — 128, 163 



Hamill, N. — 207 

Hammond, B. — 237 

Hancock, S. — 92, 235 

Hanna, C. — 123, 168. 227 

Hannigan, J. — 222 

Harbaugh, R. — 227, 169 

Harding, S. — 93, 164, 207 

Harris, G. — 109, 169, 207 

Harris, W. — 109 

Hartman, D. — 65, 184 

Hartmett, K. — 235 

Harubin, P. — 190, 138. 114, 169 

Hauserman, B. — 146, 150, 189 

Hazel, W. — 229, 172 

Heck, D. — 235 

Heckman. R. — 65, 144, 208 

Heffelfinger, D. — 87 

Heffner, R. — 181 

Heindel, J. — 232 

Heisey, R. — 188 

Heister, S. — 226 

Helbig, J. — 194 

Heller, J. — 123, 146 

Henckler, H. — 168, 208 

Henderson, K. — 226, 166, 75 

Herbert, R. — 172 

Hersey, J. — 109, 168. 190 

Heston — 144, 234 

Hildebrand, R. — 225 

Hill, D. — 235. 102 

Hinkel, M. — 166, 208 

Hintz, T. — 93, 94, 237 

Hissner, W. — 235 

Hoachlander, E. — 120, 172 

Hockenberry, J. — 146 

Hogg, G. — 222, 172 

Holbrook, J. — 28, 78, 235 

Holbrook, J. — 71, 168, 138, 109, 190, 195 

Holbrook, R. — 71, 109, 169, 180, 190, 195 

Holt, J. — 99, 128, 182 

Honodel, L. — 226 

Hoover. D. — 92, 235 

Hoover, K. — 235 

Hoover, S. — 65, 166, 184 

Hostetter, D. — 171, 194 

Hostetter, N. — 137, 208 

Hough, L. — 166, 208 

Howard, W. — 150, 169 

Howell, E. — 235 

Howse, P. — 235. 124 

Huber, B. — 71, 144. 164, 182 

Huber, J. — 93, 177, 184, 226 

Hubley, J. — 99, 172, 208 

Huchins, S. — 225 

Hughes, G. — 92, 93 

Hummert, F. — 230 

Hunsberger. A. — 223, 163 

Hunsicker, C. — 229, 87 

Hunsicker. D. — 87, 92, 187 

Hunt. N. — 144, 208 

Iannarella, E. — 114, 172, 197, 198, 208 
Iatesta, J. — 109, 172, 188 
Immen. L. — 98, 132, 208 



Halteman, K. 



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James, B. 



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Jandrositz, J. — 209 
Janiak, S. — 160, 197, 209 
Johns, A. — 68, 235 
Johnson, A. — 99, 132, 228 
Johnson, D. — 114, 197, 200 
Johnson, E. — 171, 137 
Johnson. G. — 166, 209 
Johnson, H. — 87, 234 
Johnson, N. — 92, 99, 166, 229 
Johnson, W. — 209, 171 
Johnston, R. — 146 
Jones, B. — 71 
Jones, D. — 236 
Jones, J. — 171, 94 
Jones, W. — 163 
Jordan, K. — 150 

Kabia, F. — 68, 75, 95, 209 

Kain, R. — 94. 182 

Kaiser, P. — 150, 209 

Kaplan, R. — 209 

Kargol, J. — 65, 68, 160, 102 

Katzaman, J. — 146, 160, 225 

Kauffman, L. — 191 

Kauffman, W. — 94, 174, 222 

Keebler, J. — 144. 226 

Keefer, M. — 92, 163, 209 

Keegan, L. — 209 

Keeler, J. — 225 

Kegerreis, P. — 209 

Kern. J. — 232, 87 

Kerschner, J. — 146, 188 

Kessler, S. — 128 

Kielb. C. — 75, 78, 92, 151, 234 

Kienzle, K. — 234 

Kiernan, J. — 78, 123, 109, 151 

Killheffer, L. — 92 

Kilmer, B. — 71, 210 

Kinsella, J. — 171, 210 

Kipp, H. — 153, 174, 181 

Kirchohhof, D. — 65, 77, 166, 210 

Kirk, C. — 191, 150 

Kline, W. — 77, 163. 228 

Klinefelter, G. — 87 

Knaub, T. — 235 

Knettler, M. — 229 

Knipe, C. — 236 

Knudson, H. — 120, 109, 168, 222 

Kocher, K. — 230 

Kocsis, R. — 234. 132 

Koons, T. — 151 

Kopp, S. — 210 

Korpon, S. — 210 

Kost, D. — 234. 87 

Kowalchuk, J. — 236 

Kramer, D. — 78. 172, 210 

Krauss, M. — 210 

Kreider. S. — 65 

Krepps, C. — 68, 171 

Kumpf, S. — 87, 162, 187 

Kuntz. S. — 92, 99, 87, 128, 223 

Kurkis, J. — 168, 190, 109 

Kuishler, F. — 109 



Ladd, H. — 210 
Lang, D. — 232 



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Larthey, L. — 109, 182 

Lasinski, P. — 71, 130, 114, 168, 190 

Lavella, L. — 230 

Leach, A. — 87, 174, 196, 124, 210 

Leach, T. — 191 

Leathers, D. — 98, 210 

Lee, E. — 92, 210 

Lee, S. — 230 

Leibig, S. — 210 

Leighty, J. — 230 

Lentz, C. — 71, 124, 234 

Leonard, A. — 230 

Lerch, Q. — 227 

Lesser, G. — 109, 228 

Lewin, S. — 180 

Lichtner, F. — 109 

Lightcap, E. — 65, 102, 231 

Lilien, D. — 172 

Linde, K. — 98, 114, 172 

Linthurst, R. — 186 

Lobianco, R. — 168 

Lohmann, J, — 222 

Long, L. — 234 

Loomis, K. — 92, 211 

Lutz, B. — 71, 162, 211 



Mader, J. — 87, 164, 211 

Magdule, S. — 71, 137, 150, 186 

Malesic, K. — 164 

Manbeck, S. — 71, 137, 162 

Manhire, L. — 211 

Mardula, J. — 172, 211 

Marsteller, L. — 224 

Martin, T. — 92, 166, 226 

Matter, K. — 168, 224, 227 

Matylewicz, L. — 230 

Maxwell, B. — 187 

Maxwell, D. — 230 

Mayer, V. — 131 

Melsky, L. — 109, 172, 211 

Melson, C. — 222, 87 

Merchant, P. — 94, 222 

Miles, J. — 29, 230 

Miller, A. — 65 

Miller, C. — 92, 166, 177, 226 

Miller, D. — 230 

Miller, E. — 230 

Miller, J. — 164, 212 

Miller, M. — 230 

Miller, M. — 230 

Miller, R. — 212 

Miller, W. — 99, 212 

Minnich, R. — 102, 160 

Mitchell, R. — 114, 230 

Moore, E. — 102 

Moore, L. — 166, 222 

Morbach, A. — 71, 92, 132, 230 

Morrison, K. — 166 

Morrison, W. — 168, 138, 197, 201, 212 

Mosteller, C. — 232 

Moyer, W. — 99, 168, 227 

Murphy, J. — 150, 160, 212 

Murphy, N. — 92, 128, 151, 230 

Murphy, R. — 224 

Musser, C. — 172, 188 

McCabe, R. — 211 



McCarren, R. — 211 
McCartney, J. — 236 
McClelland, B. — 128, 234 
McClelland, P. — 211, 171, 87, 94 
McCullough, N. — 71, 166, 182 
McGary, J. — 230 
McLaughlin, J. — 123 
McLaughlin, P. — 163 
McManus, K. — 236 
McNeil, R. — 78 
McPherson, K. — 68 
McPherson, M. — 190, 229 

Nagy, D. — 191, 65 
Nash, R, — 231 
Naugle, K, — 212 
Nauroth, B. — 212 
Naus, T. — 93, 184 
Neal, G. — 168 
Neideigh, B. — 224 
Neidig, K. — 162, 199, 212 
Nelson, N. — 28, 234 
Ness, R. — 169 
Netsch, R. — 151 
Nichols, M. — 87, 109, 150 
Nickerson, R. — 212 
Nissley, C. — 71, 77, 163, 224 
Nixon, M. — 231 
Nottingham, E. — 213 

Ober, D. — 213 
Oehler, D. — 78 
O'Hara, M. — 71 
Olver, P. — 92, 231 
Ong, S. — 231 
Otto, C. — 231 
Otto, J. — 144, 177, 185 
Owen, S. — 124, 228 

Paff, J. — 87, 177, 213 

Page, K. — 222 

Palladino, J. — 222 

Palomba, E. — 87, 92, 229 

Pappas, A. — 234 

Parente, D. — 233 

Patricelli, J. — 99, 172, 213 

Peiffer, J. — 213 

Peiffer, N. — 213 

Pembleton, R. — 131, 151, 109 

Penturelli, C. — 231 

Perosa, V. — 65, 180, 184, 195, 144 

Peising, J, — 231, 150 

Peterson, D. — 234 

Peterson, L. — 226, 221 

Petrie, G. — 71, 114, 138, 168, 180, 190 

Phifer, W. — 98, 123, 172, 150, 151 

Phillips, B. — 92, 153, 213 

Pierce, R. — 189 

Poley, T. — 120, 151, 172 

Potter, C. — 77, 87, 231 

Pottinger, K. — 213 

Poust, D. — 146, 231 

Powell, G. — 65, 191 

Powley, N. — 92, 213 

Pratt, P. — 231 

Puglisi, S. — 213 

Pumphrey, J. — 109 



Putnam, F. — 174 
Pyles, P. — 77, 78 

Quairoli, W. — 181, 150 

Rados, ]. — 109, 168, 190 

Ragnow, B. — 160, 213 

Ratti, R. — 151 

Rauscher, M. — 77 

Reaske, J, — 75, 164 

Reber, R. — 213 

Rebhorn, J. — 151 

Redding, J, — 177, 222 

Reese, S. — 128, 162, 214 

Rehrig, R. — 188 

Reinecker, D. — 87, 160, 214 

Reitz, E. — 102 

Renshaw, R, — 153, 174, 182, 194 

Reynolds, C. — 128, 231 

Rhodes, M. — 146, 150, 220, 231 

Rice, D. — 231 

Richardson, T. — 189 

Richmond, M. — 75, 76, 77, 71, 87, 214 

Rittmann, B. — 214, 151 

Robbins, B. — 150, 234 

Robertson, K. — 228 

Robey, D. — 109, 168 

Robinson, C. — 214 

Robinson, E. — 65, 166, 193. 184 

Roehm, P. — 225 

Roes, R. — 114, 131 

Rohland, S. — 77, 93, 137, 186 

Rohrbaugh, T. — 92, 224 

Rojahn, A. — 77, 214 

Rollinson, R, — 168 

RothcA. — 232, 94 

Rothermel, C. — 144, 171, 214 

Rothrock, K. — 184 

Rouke, J. — 132 

Rowand, J. — 234 

Rowe, J. — 120, 180, 172, 109, 151 

Rowland, D. — 87 

Rowland, P. — 174, 214, 87 

Rudiak, J. — 150 

Ruehr, S. — 223 

Rumfield, J. — 185, 177 

Russo, M. — 132 

Rutherford, F. — 227, 168, 221, 65, 123 

Ruth, C. — 71 

Ryder, N. — 225 

Sabol, R. — 102 
Sample, D. — 144, 222 
Sandleman, L. — 234 
Sardi, J. — 75, 76 
Sariotis, G. — 236, 109 
Savage, C. — 124 
Sazama, L. — 71, 163, 228 
Scalera, D. — 120 
Scattergood, J. — 236, 151 
Schade, A. — 185, 146 
Schadt, O. — 181 
Schantz, R. — 236, 71, 102 
Scharf, L. — 214, 76, 75 
Schlegel, N. — 231 
Schleifer, P. — 172, 214, 78 
Schneifer, R. — 233 



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Schock, J. — 162, 172 

Schoch, J. — 98. 71 

Scholler, D. — 166. 214, 132 

Scheiber, G. — 150. 214 

Schreiber. N. — 232, 132 

Schroeder, B. — 233 

Schultz, J. — 233 

Schwarz. G. — 168, 215, 109 

Scott, C. — 222, 177 

Scott, E. — 102, 234 

Scott, H. — 231, 76 

Scott, W. — 232 

Seegert, D. — 215 

Seidel, B. — 65. 215 

Sener, S. — 171, 215 

Seyfert, K. — 231 

Shane, R. — 215, 114 

Sharman, C. — 168, 215. 94 

Sheaffer, T. — 234, 109 

Shearer, P. — 182 

Sheriff, R. — 231, 220. 131, 151, 102 

Sherman. M. — 231 

Shetron, K. — 229, 153, 75 

Shipe, R. — 150 

Shirk, H. — 231, 146 

Shoemaker, B. — 68, 215 

Shoop, S. — 225. 93, 65 

Short, J. — 215 

Shotwell. K. — 225, 171, 109 

Shoup. M. — 215 

Shuey, A. — 231. 132 

Shultis, G. — 227, 87 

Shumway, W. — 236 

Shupp, C. — 236 

Siegel, I. — 234 

Siegel, S. — 234 

Siler, P. — 232, 150 

Simmons, D. — 186 

Singer, D. — 120, 172, 216. 98, 151 

Sink, M. — 188, 71 

Sitzler, M. — 232, 92, 94 

Smith. A. — 153. 93 

Smith, G. — 160, 68, 65 

Smith, f. — 182, 164, 93, 144 

Smith, L. — 28, 234 

Smith, M. — 234 

Smith, R. — 146, 102 

Smith, T. — 109, 78 

Snavely, L. — 236 

Snyder, D. — 168 

Snyder, H. — 172 

Snyder, P. — 68, 171 

Snyder, S. — 216 

Snyder, S. — 225 

Snyder, W. — 191. 193 

Souders. G. — 236, 78 

Spangler, M. — 188. 164, 132 

Speer, P. — 229, 77, 75 

Speir, D. — 232, 131 

Spiese, S. — 174, 153, 181, 94, 87 

Spilman, A. — 233 

Spiro, J. — 225, 172, 114 

Spruce, E. — 216 

Stachow, A. — 174, 216, 151 

Stachow, D. — 231 

Stachow, R. — 162, 180, 194. 137 

Stefanick, Y. — 222. 164, 144 



Steffy, D. — 120, 168, 191, 193, 65 

Stein, D. — 190, 195, 68, 137, 138, 65 

Stetler, D. — 216 

Stewart, T. — 216, 65, 151 

Stocher, B. — 216 

Stoltz. K. — 168. 190. 114 

Stoner, L. — 229, 102 

Storck, K. — 236 

Strizver, T. — 190, 78 

Strohman, T. — 174. 92. 131. 94 

Stull, D. — 188, 120 

Swalm, S. — 71 

Swartley, W. — 231 

Sweigart, L. — 236 

Taber, K. — 228, 163, 124 
Tanner, R. — 128, 196, 216, 99 
Tarbutton, W. — 225, 120 
Taylor, G. — 234, 150 
Teed, D. — 114 
Templin, R. — 190 
Teyssier, D. — 182. 92 
Thomas, S. — 234, 71 
Thompson, E. — 114 
Thompson, L. — 235 
Thompson, C. — 151 
Thoronka, A. — 78 
Tipton. W. — 234 
Todd. ). — 235 
Todt, E. — 182, 166. 71 
Tomarchio, F. — 217, 150 
Tomrell, R. — 168, 217 
Tortora. K. — 184 
Townsley, G. — 229, 102 
Travis. L. — 217 
Trone, T. — 217, 131 
Trout, N. — 217 
Trullinger, D. — 163, 217 

Uhler, W. — 191 
Uhlig, J. — 227. 93, 87 
Ulmer, H. — 160, 217 

VanArkel, B. — 187, 71 
Vanderveur, J. — 166, 217 
VanHouten, B. — 229, 102 
VanHouten, S. — 182, 195 
Vezza, C. — 228, 71 
Visneski, P. — 109 
Vogel, R. — 120 

Wagner, G. — 217 

Wagner, S. — 120, 168, 217, 109 

Walborn, C. — 77, 75, 87, 225 

Wales, C. — 217 

Walker, J. — 233 

Wallner, K. — 186 

Walmer, D. — 163. 217 

Walmer, G. — 92, 94. 218 

Walseben, E. — 225, 172 

Walseben, P. — 228, 172 

Ward, D. — 218 

Ward, R. — 172. 218, 109 

Ward, T. — 231, 109 

Warwick. B. — 196, 218, 201 

Weaver, L. — 180 

Weidman. D. — 235 



Weigel, M. — 177, 218, 71 

Weller, G. — 235 

Wenger, D. — 174 

Wenger. V. — 231 

Werner, C. — 180, 172, 109, 98 

Wert, R. — 164, 218 

Wert, S. — 226 

Wertz, D. — 168, 218, 99 

West, D. — 218, 151 

Westerfield, ]. — 168, 190 

Wheatley, W. — 235 

White, D. — 68 

White, S. — 218, 71 

Whitman, ]. — 218 

Whorl, M. — 218 

Wiest, S. — 235, 146. 77 

Wilkins, D. — 185, 195, 146 

Williams, G. — 234, 166, 153, 151 

Wilson, J. — 168, 71 

Wilson, M. — 224, 162, 124 

Wilson, R. — 162, 218, 197. 199, 87 

Winter, N. — 231, 92 

Wise, K. — 227, 168 

Wise, S. — 71. 164, 219 

Withers, C. — 222 

Withers, S. — 219 

Witmer, L. — 219 

Wohlgemuth, G. — 71 

Wolf. D. — 171 

Wolf, W. — 234 

Wolfe, J. — 188, 71 

Womer, J. — 225 

Womer, J. — 219. 198, 97 

Wonderling, C. — 225, 163 

Wood, K. — 186, 162 

Wood, P. — 224, 166 

Wood, W. — 234 

Woodburn, C. — 186 

Woodworth, E. — 235. 77, 75 

Woolford. S. — 232, 78 

Worrilow, W. — 123 

Worthington, T. — 150, 144 

Wright, ]. — 232 

Wubbena, C. — 177, 219, 87 

Wysolovski, L. — 236 

Yingst, J. — 177, 87 
Yocom, D. — 123. 171 
Yoshida. M. — 182. 160. 75 
Yost, R. — 219 

Zahuta, P. — 168, 219, 131 

Zearfoss, J. — 150, 219 

Zeiders, C. — 174, 92. 87 

Zerbe, P. — 185. 181, 177, 93 

Zingg, D. — 227, 123, 168, 221, 65. 98 

Zolenski, V. — 234 

Zoll. C. — 235, 109 

Zweir. R. — 174, 92, 153, 87 



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This yearbook was a learning process filled with frustrations and fun. 

Last Spring the Student Council voted to open the yearbook staff to 
members of all classes and designated that the year would be the year 
of publications. Hence this year's book is again a 1972 Quittie and our 
staff is composed of members from all four classes. 



A 

Special 

Thanks: 



Diane Walmer, our business manager, who raised a fantastic amount 
of money in a very short length of time 

Mr. James Bowman, our adviser 

Jack and Keith, photographers from P.P.S., Inc. 

John Rudiak, Cheryl Kirk, Martin Hauserman, Glen Taylor, our stu- 
dent photographers 

Rick, for his valuable typing and comic relief 

Mr. Ed Patrick, our yearbook representative 



MARCIA KEEFER 
EDITOR 
QUITTIE 1972 



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