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You would measure time the measureless and the 
immeasurable. 

Of time you would make a stream upon whose bank you 
would sit and watch its flowing. 

Yet the timeless in you is aware of life's timelessness, 
And knows that yesterday is but today's memory and 
tomorrow is today's dream. 

And that that which sings and contemplates in you is still 
dwelling within the bounds of that first moment which 
scattered stars into space . . . 






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But if in your thought you must measure time into 
seasons, let each season encircle all the other seasons, 
And let today embrace the past with remembrance and 
the future with longing. 

— Kahlil Gibran 







The "Conserve 



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a familiar brownstone building to generations 
harmony, sight singing, recitals, practice 
rooms, 

... all memories now . . . 
a bulldozer and a cloud of dust . . . 
a space for the new building 
and finally she lay to rest 

in peace 
as the memories in our mind. 





Back on Campus . 



reunion. 

people flushed with joy and excitement . . . 

rediscovery of past memories, forgotten knowledge 

the wisdom of the grass . . . with old friends . . . 

a fresh start . . . Crease Band ... a new world 
friends 
together. Again. 

deja vu . , . 




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Crisp and Crunchy — 

like corn flakes the leaves crackle . . . 
The breeze stirring their myriad hues in 
a mixing bowl of 



Life. 



but 
now 



I live. 



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As We Stepped 



From the yesterday of our youth onto the 

threshold of tomorrow 
We felt like strangers to the valley . . . 

To each other ... To ourselves. 
At first we clung to those few faces 

Which were familiar to us, 
But gradually our circles grew, until 

We felt that anyone wearing a blue dink 

Was our friend. 
First there was the square dance. 
We thought the night would never end 

As the music and a million names and faces 

Kaleidoscoped across our minds. 
Then came the frosh hike . . . 
"Hi, my name's Don . . . Oh are you a music 
major too . . . and I'm from Reading ..." 
Until a white hat yelled "Move On!" 
And that face was lost among the others. 




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A Rainy Saturday 
Morning . . . 

One hundred students wearing jeans, 

T-shirts, and dinks . . . 

The long walk to the creek . . . 

Brutal pushing and pulling . . . 

Cold water, wet mud, 

Dirty faces and torn clothing . . . 

Shouting, cheering, hoping . . . 

Never knowing who had really won, 

Or whether anyone had won at all . . 







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A Feast of Fools 

avoiding the racing 
reminders of books and 
papers, as wheels turn 
and gears catch . . . 

Stop. 

I want to look 

to listen 

to feel 
some freedom 

just 
to be 

Wasting time? I think 
not . . . laugh with me. 





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Wednesday 

Morning, 

Ten O'clock . . . 

"... an opportunity to focus 
honest criticism ... an integrating 
experience ... a sense of mystery 
. . . man is truly human only in 
community ..." 

Cut the rhetoric. 

Who's listening, while I sleep 
. . . irrelevant ... I'm not full of 
wonder, awe, adoration, or even 
respect ... if it's amusing, I like it 
. . . not another lecture . . . soothe 
me with your monotonous drone, a 
better lullabye . . . fifty-three 
individuals, scattered, cling ... to 
what, to whom . . . 



Oh, Cod. 

Who's listening 
to us? 



to me . 





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Here Comes the Parade — 

a marching band . . . freshman queens . . . 
floats and flowers . . . cheers and 
laughter . . . 

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Rain Rain 
Go Away 

Come again some other day 

Grey skies . . . wet ground 

no sun, 
A queen was crowned. 




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Homecoming Court 



RIGHT: Mary Paxton LOWER RIGHT: Debbie Korn OPPOSITE PAGE: 
UPPER LEFT: Sue Shemeta LOWER LEFT: Jean Boag LOWER RIGHT: 
Karyn Young 






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John Sebastian 




Saturday night 

It stopped raining. 

A brilliant young man sang on the 

stage for hours ... a hug and some tears 

father and son reunion . . . and the 

audience smiled. 



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The Odd Couple 



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TOP: "Let's make a new rule, every six months you gotta buy a new bag of potato chips." 
LOWER LEFT: "We were cooling ourselves in nature's own in front of the frig. Can you 
imagine that?" LOWER RIGHT: "Tell me if this hurts because I don't know what the hell 
I'm doing." 



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UPPER LEFT: "She was such a wonderful wife, and the kids." UPPER RIGHT: 
"I've just told you off, how do you like that?" LOWER RIGHT: "I don't know 
why I'm crying. I was happy a few minutes ago." 



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"Hello Dolly" 

"It's so nice to have 

You here. 



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ABOVE: "You go your way and I'll go 
mine." UPPER LEFT: "This is what I'll 
wear, Minnie. Ribbons down my back to 
catch a gentleman's eye." LEFT: "Get out 
your feathers, your patent leathers, your 
beads and buckles and bows, for there's 
no blue Monday in your Sunday clothes." 





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"Picture if you will . . . hair as shiny as a newly minted dime, 
eyes, big and round as silver dollars, skin as soft and mossy as 
an old green back." 
"I can feel her now." 



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Making of a President 

Democracy . . . 

an election . . . issues, but no answers . . . Peace?! 
. . . brief bursts of passion . . . angry arguments, 
struggling ... no resolution . . . 8:30 pm . . . it's over. 






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Christ's Mass 
Came Suddenly 

Unexpectedly filling 
clear crisp mornings 
with 

Joy 

and bringing 
calm 
silent 
Nights. 

And we, 

reaching out to touch 

the wonder of 

its coming, 
danced our glee, 
sang our love, 
and 
shouted 

our sorrow . . . 
For Christ's Mass 
brought 
testing 
and 

a gift. . . 
Endurance. 



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What Finality a Final 
Has! 

The air fills 

with ominous thunderclaps and 
lightning bolts before the coming of the 
storm . . . 

we dare not sleep. 

AND the storm begins . . . 

We perform wearily, as it rages around us 
. . . but, strangely, no new assaults are 
launched upon the battlements of our 
minds . . . 

And, at last, 

the peace and refuge for which we 

had so long desired 

Is ours. 






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Familiar White 
Appeared 

to blanket the earth 
only to be washed away 
by rain. 

The rains came 
almost daily 
and melted away the 
childhood fantasies of winter 




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The Crucible 



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'You have sent your spirit out upon this child, have you not?' 



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I have seen you looking up, burning in your loneliness.' 




"I saw Martha Bellows with the Devil! I saw Goody Hawkins with the Devil!" 



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"I'd not refuse it; it's 
the proper morning to 
fly into Hell." 




"And yet, when people accused of witchery confronted you in court, you would faint, saying 
their spirits came out of their bodies and choked you . . ." 



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Drawn 

from our rooms 
by the warmth 
or the sun, 

We awaken with the earth 
to a new season. 








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It's a long time to be unhappy. Something isn't there . 





"Why me? . 



"You can touch me now if you want ..." 



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// 



Two By Two 



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"I know you're not crazy, Poppa, but I'm not so sure about Cod." 



'Does it matter to me that . . . ?" 




"Oh, my God, look! 



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A Week's End . . . 

a time for laughter and learning, 

blossoming experiences . . . 

a mass of people, 

their hectic lives in suspension, 
come . . . 

to display, 
to perform, 
to participate. 

Not one is only the audience, 

everyone is the artist, caught up in 

the process of creating. 






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darkness encircles each day. 



Night 



brings quiet and solitude 

and the promise of a new dawn. 



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Graduation 

the end of four years, 
the springtime of life . 







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The College 



Frederick P. Sample 
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A. Diehl, W. Hough, Head Librarian, E. Brown, M. Kang, R. Moyer, C. Brandt. 



James O. Bemesderfer, College Chaplain 





Robert W. Wonderling, Director of Development 



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



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Robert C. Hartman, Accountant; Robert C. Riley, Controller; Irwin R. Schaak, Assistant Controller and Financial Aid Officer. 



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Eugene K. Shaffer, Counselor in Admissions; D. Clark Carmean, Consultant in 
Admissions; Gregory C. Stanson, Director of Admissions. 



David M. Long, Director of Alumni Relations and Industrial Place- 
ment. 




lames V. Bowman, Director of Publications; Ann K. Monteith, Associate in Pub- 
lic Relations. 




John R. McFadden, Assistant Director of Development. 



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George R. Marquette, Dean of Students, Marcia J. Cehris, Assistant to the Dean of Students, Mary 
Ann Fritz, Associate Dean of Students 



Ralph S. Shay, Assistant Dean of the College and Registrar 




Walter L. Smith, Jr., College Center Director, George F. Landis, ]r., Manager of Food Service, Robert E. Harnish, Manager of the College Store 



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Snack Bar Staff 



Cafeteria Staff 





Cafeteria Staff 



Barbara Brandt, R.N., Margie Yeiser, Head Nurse, Susan Pineau, R.N. 



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Biology 






UPPER LEFT: P. Wolf, Ph.D. University of Delaware, 1968. LOWER LEFT: J. 
Argot, Ph.D. Lehigh University, 1969. LOWER CENTER: D. Cring, Ph.D. Indiana 
University, 1971. 



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UPPER CENTER: A. Wolfe, Ph.D. University of Vermont, 1968. UPPER RIGHT: O. Bol- 
linger, M.S. The Pennsylvania State University, 1937. LOWER RIGHT: ). Dively, Ph.D. 
The Pennsylvania State University, 1972. 







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Chemistry 




UPPER LEFT: K. Lockwood, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1955. UPPER CEN- 
TER: M. Lyndrup, Ph.D. Northwestern University, 1966. LOWER RIGHT: R. 
Bell, M.Ed. Temple University, 1955. LOWER LEFT: |. Spencer, Ph.D. Iowa 
State University, 1967. LOWER CENTER: H. Neidig, Ph.D. University of 
Delaware, 1948. UPPER RIGHT: D. Bailey, Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, 1968. 






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Psychology 








UPPER LEFT: R. Davidon, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 
1951. UPPER RIGHT: R. Carlson, Ph.D. University of Oregon, 
1972. LOWER LEFT: ]. Love, Ph.D. University of North Caro- 
lina, 1953. LOWER RIGHT: J. Mather, Ph.D. Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege, 1969. 



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Physics 



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UPPER LEFT: J. Morgan, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, 1970. 
UPPER RIGHT: S. Grimm, Sc.D. Lebanon Valley College, 1942. 
LOWER LEFT: J. O'Donnell, M.S. University of Delaware, 1953. 
LOWER RIGHT: ). Rhodes, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1958. 



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Mathematics 





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UPPER LEFT: M. Hall, Ph.D. University of Arizona, 1966. LOWER LEFT: ). Mayer, Ph.D. 
University of Giessen, 1954. UPPER RIGHT: F. Burras, M.A. Smith College, 1961. 
LOWER RIGHT: B. Hearsey, Ph.D. Washington State University, 1968. 



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Religion 





UPPER LEFT: P. Troutman, Ph.D. Boston Univer- 
sity, 1967. CENTER LEFT: D. Bryne, Ph.D. Duke 
University, 1972. CENTER RIGHT: L E. Wething- 
ton, Ph.D. Duke University, 1949. LOWER LEFT: 
V. Cantrell, Ph.D. Boston University, 1964. 



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English 







UPPER LEFT: A. O'Donnell, M.A. University of Pennsylvania, 1968. 
UPPER RIGHT: C. Struble, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1931. LOWER 
LEFT: R. Kirby, D.Phil. University of Sussex, 1972. LOWER RIGHT: G. 
Woods, M.Ed. Temple University, 1962. 











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UPPER LEFT: L. Markowicz, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1972. 
UPPER RIGHT: J. Kearney, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1968. LOWER 
LEFT: A. Faber, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1954. LOWER RIGHT: P. 
Billings, M.A. Michigan State University., 1967. 



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Foreign 
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FAR UPPER LEFT: Juan Sardi, Language Assistant. UPPER CENTER LEFT: Mrs. 
Malin Saylor, Fil. Kand., Universities of Upsala and Stockholm, 1938. UPPER CEN- 
TER RIGHT: Hilda M. Damus, Ph.D., University of Berlin, 1945. UPPER RIGHT: 
John W. Martin, Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1972. FAR LOWER LEFT: Ema 
Paviolo, Language Assistant. LOWER CENTER LEFT: Sara E. Piel, Ph.D., University 
of Pittsburgh, 1938. LOWER CENTER RIGHT: Brigitta Birg, Language Assistant. 
LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Geilan A. Hansen. 




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Education 



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THIS PACE' Cloyd H. Ebersole, D.Ed., The Pennyslva- 
T nS State University, 1954. OPPOSITE PACE: UPPER 
LEFT- June E Herr, M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State Uni- 
versity 1954 UPPER RIGHT. Bartlett C. Swett, M.A., 
Fairfield University, 1965. LOWER LEFT: William Kerr, 
M A Montclair State College, 1962. LOWER RIGHT: 
Harry P. Weast, D.Ed., University of Pittsburgh, 1953. 




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UPPER RIGHT: Warren K. A. Thompson, M.A., University 
of Texas, 1963. LOWER RIGHT: John H. Heffner, A.M., 
Boston University, 1972. 



Philosophy 





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LOWER RIGHT: Richard A. Iskowitz, M.F.A., Kent 
State University, 1967. 



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UPPER LEFT: Robert W. Smith, M.A., Columbia University, 1950. UPPER CEN 
TER: Dennis W. Sweigart, M.M., University of Michigan, 1965. UPPER RIGHT 
William H. Fairlamb, Mus. B., Philadelphia Conservatory, 1949. LOWER LEFT 
Pierce A. Cetz, A.M.D., Eastman School of Music, 1967. LOWER LEFT CENTER. 
Virginia E. Englebright, M.M., Florida State University, 1970. LOWER RIGHT 
CENTER: Virginia T. Watkins, MM., Manhattan School of Music, 1972. 
LOWER RIGHT: Phillip G. Morgan, M.S., Kansas State College, 1965. 






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LEFT: )ames M. Thurmond, Mus. D., Washington College of Music, 1944. 
UPPER RIGHT: Robert C. Lau, M.A., Eastman School of Music, 1970. 
LOWER RIGHT: George D. Curfman, D.Ed., The Pennsylvania University, 
1971. 




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Economics 




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UPPER LEFT: C. Tom, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1963. UPPER RIGHT: W. War- 
ner, J.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1946. LOWER LEFT: T. Lee, Ph.D. The State 
University of New York, at Binghamton, 1971. LOWER RIGHT: R. Wood, M.A. 
George Washington University. 1958. 



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UPPER LEFT: A. Fehr, Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1968. 
UPPER RIGHT: R. Joyce, M.A., San Francisco State Col- 
lege, 1963. LOWER LEFT: E. Geffen, Ph.D., University of 
Pennsylvania, 1958. LOWER RIGHT: J. Norton, M.A., Flo- 
rida State University, 1967. 



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Physical Education 







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UPPER LEFT: L. Sorrentino, M.A. Buck- 
nell University, 1961. UPPER RIGHT: C. 
Petrofes, M.Ed. Kent State University, 
1962. LOWER LEFT: B. Correll, M.Ed. 
Bowling Green State University, 1972. 
LOWER CENTER: ). Walters, B.A. 
Lycoming College. LOWER RIGHT: O 
Reed, M.A. in Ed. Eastern Kentucky, 
1970. 



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Who's Who 

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American Colleges 

and Universities 



KATHLEEN ANN BANGERT 

Departmental Assistant, Pi Gamma Mu, Maud P. 
Laughlin Social Science Award, Phi Alta Epsilon, 
Graduation Honors — Magna Cum Laude 





CHRISTINE SUSAN BECKER 

Woman's Athletic Association, Varsity Field Hockey — 
Co-Capt., Kappa Lambda Nu, Miss Athlete, Phi Alpha Epsi- 
lon, Graduation Honors — Magna Cum Laude 




ALISON ELIZABETH DONEY 

Delta Lambda Sigma, Childhood Education Club, 
Homecoming Court, Christmas Queen Court, 
Quittie Court 



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WALTER STANLEY FRANKOWSKI 

Football Tri-Captain, Board of Trustees, Student 
Senate — Pres., Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Lambda 




DONALD BRADLEY FRANTZ 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Student Council — V. 
Pres., Symphonic — Marching Band, Clarinet 
Choir, "A Winter's Tale," "Crucible," "Camelot," 
"Hello, Dolly," "Lion in Winter," Spring Arts Festi- 
val Originator and Coordinator 





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JANICE ANNE GANUN 

Women's Athletic Association — Pres., Varsity 
Field Hockey, Varsity Basketball — Co-Capt., 
Kappa Lambda Nu 




JOSEPH ANTHONY GARGIULO 

Symphonic Band, Concert Choir, Clarinet Choir, Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia, "Lion in Winter," "Cabaret," 
"Man of LaMancha," "Crucible," "Odd Couple" — 
Director 



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ROGER ALLEN HECKMAN 

Dining Room Committee, 
College Center Advisory 
Committee, Student Council, 
Project, Chemistry Club — 
Pres., American Chemical 
Society, Andrew Bender 
Memorial Chemistry Award, 
Graduation Honors — 
Magna Cum Laude 



NANCY RUTH HOSTETTER 

Student Council — Pres., Board 
of Trustees, Governor James H. 
Duff Award 





EDWARD CHARLES IANNARELLA 

Varsity Basketball, Phi Lambda Sigma 
— Pres., Mr. Quittie, Spanish and Por- 
tuguese Medal, Senior Class Pres., 
Chuck Mason Memorial Award, Phi 
Alpha Epsilon, Graduation Honors — 
Cum Laude 






DONALD CARLOS JOHNSON 

Psychology Club — Pres., Executive 
Committee, Varsity Basketball — 
Co-Capt., All-American Third Team 
— Honorable Mention. 



MARCIA ELIZABETH KEEFER 

Field Hockey — Co-Capt., Women's 
Athletic Association, Girls' Band, Clari- 
net Choir, Delta Lambda Sigma — 
Pres., Yearbook — Co-Editor, Secretary 
of Senior Class, Pi Gamma Mu 



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DEBRA ANN KIRCHHOF 

Beta Beta Beta — Pres., Kappa Lambda Nu, 
i Phi Beta Kappa Prize, Francis H. Wilson 
Memorial Biology Award, Martha C. Faust 
! Memorial Award, Phi Alpha Epsilon, Gradua- 
! tion Honors — Summe Cum Laude 




ANTHONY THOMAS LEACH 

Student Senate, Cheerleader, Execu- 
tive Committee, Phi Mu Alpha Sin- 
fonia — Pres., "Hello, Dolly," Con- 
cert Choir, B'nai B'rith, Henry Levin 
Memorial Americanism Award 




RUTH ELLEN McALLISTER 

Symphonic Band, French Government Prize, 
David E. Long Memorial Ministerial Award 



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WILLIAM JAY 
MORRISON 

Student Senate, Kappa 
Lambda Sigma 




PHILIP DWIGHT 
ROWLAND 

Concert Choir, Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia, Music 
Educators National Con- 
ference — Pres., Salome 
Wingate Sanders Award in 
Music Education, Phi 
Alpha Epsilon, Graduation 
Honors — Cum Laude 



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RAE JEANNE TANNER 

Women's Athletic Association, Field 
Hockey, White Hats — Pres., Senior Class — 
Treas., Phi Alpha Epsilon, Graduation Honors 
— Magna Cum Laude 




DIANE LOUISE WALMER 

Childhood Education Club, College Cho- 
rus, Chapel Choir, Student Council, Delta 
Lambda Sigma, Guild Student Group, 
Business Manager of Quittie 



RUTH ANN WILSON 

Concert Choir, Delta Lambda Sigma, Quittie 
Court, "Two by Two," "Camelot," "Odd Cou- 
ple," "Crucible," Phi Alpha Epsilon, Magna Cum 
Laude 




MARSHA EDWARDS ZEHNER 

Childhood Education Club — Pres., Rus- 
sian Club — Pres., Childhood Education 
Award, Phi Alpha Epsilon, Graduation 
Honors — Cum Laude 



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Being a Senior is 



. indecision 
. getting out 
. job hunting 
. wedding be lis 
. fond memories 



1973 Class Officers 




OFFICERS: M. Keefer, Sec, L. Immen, V. Pres., R. Tanner, Treas., E. lannarella, 

Pres. 

UPPER LEFT: H. Ulmer, C. Wagner, S. Beam. LOWER LEFT: D. Bowman. 



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UPPER LEFT: S. Harding, R. Fetrow. UPPER CENTER: ). Rudiak, D. Frantz. 
UPPER RIGHT: |. Kinsella, C Rothermel, S. Sener, F. Tylutki. LOWER LEFT: 
K. Gilberg, ]. Mardula, P. Schleifer, D. Singer, E. lannarella. LOWER CEN- 
TER: C Crawford, C. Bronneck, K. Loomis. LOWER RIGHT: N. Crowther, 
C. Wales, C. Evans. 



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UPPER LEFT: P. Brown, R. Tanner, R. Reber, C. Carlson, S. Puglisi, L 
Immen, D. Seegert, R. Greening, C. Johnson, ). CaNun. UPPER 
CENTER: B. Phillips, N. Powley, ). Colyer, S. Snyder, J. Miller, R. 
Wert. UPPER RIGHT: F. Kabia, L. Manhire, R. Miller, ). Paff, C. Wub- 
bena, P. Campbell LOWER LEFT: R. McCarren, C. Anderson, D. 
Stettler, R. Shane. Row 2: J. Trone, T. Beresford, R. Brunner, D. Gor- 
don. LOWER CENTER: E. Boeckel, A. Calabrese, L. Melsky, W. Fran- 
kowski. LOWER RIGHT: S. Harding, J. Short, H. Ladd, ). Barry. 




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UPPER LEFT: Front: B. Baughman. Rear: M. Burch, P. Rowland R 
Click. LOWER LEFT: Row 1: M. Keefer, D. Gish, A. Doney.C. 
Diana. Row 2: B. Lutz, K. Neideig, D. Trullinger, S. Reese. UPPER 
RIGHT: B. Shoemaker, C. Garland. LOWER RIGHT' L Robinson S 
White, K. Pottieger. 




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UPPER LEFT: J. VanderVeur. Row 2: M. Hinkel, L. Hough, ). Engle- 
harl. UPPER CENTER: B. Seidel, D. Kirchhof, J. Bostok. Row 2: L. 
Witmer, E. Nottingham. UPPER RIGHT: Old Man, Diamond, )im, 
Baron. LOWER LEFT: J. Dilorio, A. Leach, ]. Cargiulo. LOWER CEN- 
TER: S. Withers, L. Houtz, M. Lenz, T. Stewart, ). Bulko, J. Ritchey, D. 
Leathers. LOWER RIGHT: K. Aston, K. Forker, C Civiler, R. Wilson. 



101 



Class of 74 Honors 
Outstanding Juniors 





Karen Taber 



Ken Bickel 
Tom Strohman 




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Derrick Zingg 
Kathy Hal tern an 




jane Gar lock 



Howie Knudson 





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Craig Hollenbach 



Susan Snyder 










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Kristen Angstadt 

Frank Rutherford 



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Mr. and Miss Athlete 

Jeanne Lukens 
Alan Shortell 

Mr. and \4iss L.\ .C. 




Jane Carlock 
Frank Rutherfc r 



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Mr. and Miss Quittie 



Howie Knudson 

Jill Green stein 

and 

Her Court 

Gail Fox 

Laura Sazama 

Tina Hunsicker 

Karen Taber 

Karen Behler 



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107 



7974 Class Officers 




G. Fox, V. Pres., L. Peterson, Treas., D. Zingg, Pres., V. Carlock, Sec. 

Being a Junior is . . . 

sitting for portraits 

magic age of "21" 

Class Ring 

too late to leave, 

too early to go 






108 




W. Glenn Abernethy 
Economics 



Ann Algeo 
English 



Michael I. Alleman 
Psychology 



Kristen R. Angstadt 
Psychology 




Cordon H. Arthur 
Psychology 



Stephen M. Autenrieth 
Biology 



Phillip ). Baduini 
Political Science 



Karen L. Behler 
Music Education 




12 



Lynne A. Beriont 
Elementary Education 



Randal C. Berriker 
Religion 



Allen L. Bevan III 
Political Science 



Kenneth R. Bickel 
Religion 



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Robert W. Bohlander 
Psychology 



Marianna Boltz 
Elementary Education 



Betsy H. Boyd 
History 



jeffery W. Brinkman 
Economics 




110 



Randal L. Brown 
Chemistry 



M. Rebecca Bushonj; 
English 



Lucinda A. Burger 
Music Education 




Carol A. Burke 
Sociology 



Rebecca S. Burtner 

Elementary Education 





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Karen Butkofsky 
Religion 



Christine Carlson 
English 





Robert C. Chabitnoy 
Economics 



Donald L. Charlton, ]r. 
Economics 





Dennis D. Chrin 
Biology 



Thomas W Clark 
Religion 




Beth E. Clegg 
English 



Colleen K. Clemens 
Music 



Cynthia D. Comfort 
Religion 



Helen Cummings 
Medical Technology 



111 




John S. Curry 
Chemistry 



Thomas J. Daly, III 
Actuarial Science 



J. Scott Deiter 

Psychology 



Mary D. DeLoache 
Music Education 




Mary S. Didden 
Elementary Education 



Alan Dinsmore 
Actuarial Science 



Robert ). Dusel 
Psychology 



John Ellis 
Elementary Education 





Mark Enge 
Music Education 



Barry P. Enzman 
Music Education 



David L. Eshelman 
Economics 



Jeffery R. Evans 
Music Education 




Shirley A. Fackler 
Medical Technology 



Jeffery L. K. Floyd 
Biology 



Gail S. Fox 
English 



Mark W. Fuhrer 
English 




Mitchell M. Calloway 
Sociology 



B. Jane Carlock 
English 



Wendie S. Gingrich 
Biology 



N. Jill Greenstein 
English 



113 




David A. Cross 
Music 



Steven E. Grove 
Biology 



Vicki L. Hackman 
Biology 



Judith L. Haines 
Biology 




Kathy Halteman 
Biology 



)oy D. Hannigan 
Biology 



Richard S. Harner 
Chemistry 



lane Haverstock 
Psychology 




114 



W. Scott Hazel 
Economics 



Laurance A. Heilner 
Economics 



Susan E. Heister 
Music Education 



Jeffery C Heller 
Political Science 







Kathleen J. Henderson 
Biology 



Rex P. Hildebrand 
L.A. Art 



Craig R. Hollenbach 
Music Education 



William L. Howard 
Sociology 




Michael E. Huber 
Psychology 



Susan C. Huckins 
Foreign Languages 



Gwendolyn ). Hughes 
Music Education 



Ann L. Hunsberger 
Elementary Education 




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115 





Christina R. Hunsicker 
Elementary Education 



Gary E. Hunter 
Economics 



Susan S. Jacoby 
Psychology 



Athanasia Johnson 
Psychology 




116 



Nancy K. Johnson 
Elementary Education 



Mark E. Jurman 
Biology 



Joseph A. Kargol 
Chemistry 



William R. Kauffman 
Music Education 




)ane H. Keebler 
Math 



Wendy K. Kline 
Psychology 



Davis ). Knauer 
Biology 



Howard E. Knudson 
Psychology 




Scott R. Kreider 
Chemistry 



Sarah Kuntz 
Music Education 



Lynne R. Landis 
Chemistry 



Quintin A. Lerch 
Math 




Guy L. Lesser 
Psychology 



]une D. Lohman 
Elementary Education 



Jeanne S. Lukens 
English 



Kathleen A. Malesic 
Psychology 



117 




Teresa J. Martin 
Economics 



Karl V. Matter 
Math 



Patricia ). McLaughlin 
Biology 



Marybeth L. McPherson 
Elementary Education 




Christine A. Melson 
Music Education 



Peter A. Merchant 
Music Education 



Cynthia A. Miller 
Biology 



Kathy L. Miller 
English 




118 



Ronald E. Minnich 
Religion 



Howard E. Moore 
Religion 



Lois A. Moore 
Medical Technology 



William A. Moyer III 
English 





Randall W. Murphy 
Math 



Donald W. Myers 
Psychology 



Cynthia A. Nissley 
Elementary Education 



Susan G. Owen 
Elementary Education 




Karen L. Page 
Elementary Education 



Joyce C. Palladino 
Biology 



Elena A. Palomba 
Music Education 



Robert C. Pembleton 
Chemistry 



119 



120 




Elizabeth A. Reber 
Elementary Education 



)ean M. Redding 
Music Education 




J. Mark Robertson 
Elementary Education 



Kathleen S. Robertson 
Chemistry 





P. leffery Roehm 
English 



Jill D. Rouke 
English 




Mary T. Russo 
Biology 



Frank A. Rutherford III 
Biology 



Nan Ryder 
Psychology 



Laura N. Sazama 
Elementary Education 



121 





Donald F. Scalera 
Psychology 



Carol A. Scott 
Music Education 




Roger V. Scott 
Religion 



Kimberly A. Shetron 
Music Education 




122 



Alan H. Shortell 
Political Science 



Kenneth B. Shotwell 
Biology 



Gary S. Shultis 
Music Education 



Gary K. Smith 
Chemistry 




James T. Snyder 
Biology 



Howard H. Snyder 
Economics 



Phillip L. Snyder 
Economics 



Susan E. Snyder 
Physics 




Pamela S. Speer 
Psychology 



lames P. Spiro 
Political Science 



Yvonne Stefanick 
Nursing 



Lisa M. Stoner 
Elementary Education 




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Thomas M. Strohman 
Music Education 



Karen L. Taber 
Elementary Education 



William R. Tarbotton 
Political Science 



Donald M. Teed 
Sociology 



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Bonnie VanHouten 
Elementary Education 



Catherine Vezza 
Elementary Education 



Richard F. Vogel 
Biology 




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Foreign Language 



Edmund R. Walsleben 
Biology 



Paul ). Walsleben 
Biology 



Lewis W. Ward 
Music Education 




124 



Jeffery Weaver 
Biology 



David C. Wenger 
Psychology 



Sharon L. Wert 
Elementary Education 



Peter A. West 
Economics 




Melanie A. Wilson 
Psychology 



Kit O. Wise 
Chemistry 



Candace L. Withers 
History 



Cynthia L. Wonderling 
Elementary Education 




Pamela J. Wood 
Music Education 



)oan P. Yingst 
Music 





Daniel H. Yocom 
Biology 



Derrick S. Zingg 
Chemistry 



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end of gym 
sophomore slump 



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UPPER LEFT: J. Sprecker, treas.; R. Sheriff, sec; B. Boyer, v. pres.; S. Ale- 
shire, pres. UPPER RIGHT: L to R, Row 7: C. Knipe, A. Shuey, C. Leeper, 
B. McClelland, L. Sandleman, V. Wenger, N. Moore, S. Anderson, E. 
Baker. Row 2: D. Amsden, P. Breslin, |. Walker, C. Albright, E. Briggs, R. 
Schneider. Row 3: B. Wolf, K. Kienzle, B. Sheriff, P. Olver, M. Bauer, ). 
Kern, N. Bonnet, S. Bates. LOWER CENTER: L to R, Row 7. C. Kielb, R. 
Kleiner. Row 2: B. Johnson, T. Leighty, B. Misick, M. Lewis, S. Lee, C. 
Lentz. 



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UPPPER LEFT: L to R, Row 7: D. 
Lang, W. Shumway, M. Steltz. 
UPPER MIDDLE: Row 7: G. 
Fernsler, N. Heston, B. Schroe- 
der. Row 2: L. Freed, N. Nelson, 
L. Gelsinger, C. Otlo. Row 3: C 
Evans, ). Schultz, R. Eppley, N. 
Winter. Row 4: 
Fecheson, G. 
RIGHT: Row V 
Dubble, C. Pike, 
Reynolds, T. Row 2: T. Dill- 
worth, S. Aleshire, N. Fritz, N. 
Murphey, R. Faller. Row 3: 
Penturelli, R. Bull, A. Roth, 
Cebulko, S. Copenhaver, 
Drybread. LOWER LEFT: Row 1: 
N. Schreiber, A. Pappas, L. 
Tilipko, P. Pratt, B. Hammond, 
D. Gernerd. Row 2: E. Ferriola, 
D. Beltz, B. Scott, D. Oehler, C. 
Brunner, R. Keesis. LOWER 
RIGHT: Row 7. C. Howse, S. 
Grundy, L. Smirk, M. Smith, A. 
Spillman, ). Hockenberry. Row 2: 
D. Franz, R. Mitchell, F. Kushler, 
M. Miller, T. Worthington, T. 
Knaub, T. Ward. 



J. Fenimore, ). 

Fick. UPPER 

I. Halbleib, P. 

L. Lavella, C. 



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130 





UPPER LEFT: Sitting: M. 
Eisenhauer, M. Rhodes. Row 
7: E. Woodworth, H. Shirk, L. 
Long, J. Scattergood, L. 
Wysolovski. Row 2: M. Bor- 
gerson, J. Sprecher, D. Rice. 
LOWER LEFT: Row 7: M. 
Smith, D. Speir, J. Holbrook, 
L. Shivill, A. Thomas. Row 2: 
M. Sitzler, A. Moleback, C. 
Potter, R. Schantz, K. Abbey, 
R. Rowand. Row 3: C. Shupp, 

B. Wheatley, L. Sweigert, H. 
Scott, K. Smith. UPPER 
RIGHT: Row 7: ). Errickson, ). 
Lippert, D. Kost, C. Forte, H. 
lohnson, M. Miller, P. Mills. 
Row 2: |. Longacre, R. Nash, 
P. Dufresna, H. Fortna, E. 
Boyd, C. McCary. LOWER 
RIGHT: Row 7: K. Hoover, L. 
Malglewicz, K. Kocher, V. 
Hancock, S. Boohar, D. 
Peterson, B. Robbins, T. 
Hintz. Row 2: C. Mostetler, 

C. Fisher, J. Persing, R. 
Georgic, D. Hoover, |. Boyd, 
B. Harris. 



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1976 Class Officers 



Being a Freshman 

is . . . 

bewilderment 

not walking on grass 

transferring 

more freedom, no time 

pledging 



UPPER LEFT: Larry Priester, V. Pres., Steve Sacha, Pres., Christina Fisher, 
Sec, Harry Schneider, Treas. UPPER RIGHT: N. Rudiak, R. Deck, P. lies, 
E. ]ones, C. Daugherty. Row 2: L. Petty, R. Yinger, N. Kelso, ). Drake, L. 
Rist, D. Cuipyla, L. Ritchie Row 3: T. DaKay, S. Margolf, L. Sahy, R. 
Amidon, K. Diehl, D. Hampton, M. Kovonuk, M. Hume, ). Leonard, T. 
Ranger. LOWER LEFT: R. Love, P. Spacht, R. Baker. Row 2: D. Schaeffer, 
D. Rupert, A. Kubilus, M. VanRiper, C. Hickey. Row 3: M. Windham, J. 
Nash, M. McCauley, S. Frey, C. Visneski, J. Roman, C. Davis. LOWER 
CENTER: M. Meek, C. Ceisey, D. Whittle, P. West LOWER RIGHT: W. 
Sudeck, D. Debus, H. Lamphere, P. Emmons. Row 2: R. Risser, D. 
Orwug, L. Possey, K. Rouke, D. Peterson, R. Schorr, N. Miller, S. 
Schucker, E. Ross. Row 3: D. Korn, J. Erwin, R. Eppley, R. Lobell, M. 
Guise, C. Stabley, D. Reifsnyder, L. Byers, L. Schwarz. 




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133 








TOP LEFT: ). Conover, E. Muldoon, 

C. Glass, F. Englehart. TOP CENTER 
K. Biestline, P. Doyle, A. Apgar 
Row 2: E. Brumbraugh, C Bruce, S 
Dupont. Row 3: S. Crone, J. Bilger 
J. Boohar. Row 4: M. Bozzelli, A 
Bowie. TOP RIGHT: S. Sachs, W 
Mata, J. McNulty, D. Stine, C 
DeGroat, ). Fries, R. Markley, W 
Sherry. Row 2: G. Rhoads, J. Giov- 
anni, R. Grimes, ). East, N. Streeter 
K. Yeutter, ). Cullather, P. Faulk, L 
Alvino, G. Kipp. LOWER LEFT: M 
Paxton, M. Dempsey, D. Horst, ] 
Apsley, D. Moore, D. Schaeffer, D 
Schakebach, D. Housel, C Boehler 
Row 2: N. Fasnacht, D. Brown, S 
Hamor, L. Priester, F. Scheeren, ) 
Schoch, R. Bensing. Row 3: D 
Flohr, B. Goldberg, S. J. Spiegle, K 
Pry, S. Harclerode, D. Callahan, ] 
Lemke, ). Cooper. LOWER RIGHT 
E. St. Sauveur, W. Sost, M. Schmidt 

D. Reese. Row 2: J. Boag, C Reed, J 
Toby, ). Strohl, G. Boyd, P. Sipe, G 
Albansoder. Row 3: K. Troutman, C 
Sekerke, P. Kotch, G. Tucker, D 
Breder, S. Shemeta, R. Trigg, L 
Styer, H. Schneider. 



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UPPER LEFT: L to R, Row 7: ). Miller, P. Miller, P. Moeller, J. 
McNulty. Row 2: J. Moeckel, R. Moffett. LOWER RIGHT: L to 
R, Row 1: T. Lockner, S. Musselman. Row 2: M. Kirms, C. 
Mackenson, J. Kochel, C. Lucas. Row 3: F. Lyons, K. McCrath, 
K. Diemer, R. Langkumer. Row 4: W. Creka, K. Miller, L. Man- 
nik, B. McKaig. UPPER RIGHT: L to R, Row V X. Kegerise, T. 
Brown, ). Reisch, P. Proctor, R. Hermes, C. Woolbaugh, R. 
Schlee. Row 2: M. Marrow, ). Hoffman, B. Byrd, E. Roger, T. 
Folkenroth, T. Fisher, K. Hollowell, P. Jones. Row 3: G. Chan- 
dler, J. Eisenmeier, D. Starke, R. Dorset, R. Hutchinson, G. 
Neill, C. Olsen, |. Ehrlich, J. Loser, R. Gerhart, S. Mitchell, R. 
Patricelli. LOWER LEFT: L to R, Row 7: P. Bond, M. Fitzpatrick, 
C. Wildrid, C Woodland, B. Dunn, E. Gottleib, W. Rozelle. 
Row 2: J. Ross, M. Achor, S. Adler, ). Kehs. Row 3: R. Rhein- 
hold, S. Corso, V. Bieda, S. Courter, G. Zearfoss, P. Wanna- 
maker, T. Ferguson, P. Boltz, J. Donnohoe, H. Bratton. UPPER 
CENTER: L to R, Row 1: S. Mazur, D. Hoffman, L. Huber. Row 2: 
C. Koffel, B. Lippincott, D. Ambler, S. Lewis, M. Gallant. 



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Childhood Education Club 



Row 7: P. Proctor, N. Johnson, M. Lockner, J. Toby, N. Miller. Row 2: B. Burtner, A. 
Thomas, D. Beltz, E. Boyd. Row 3: L. Peterson, L. Beriont, C. Lentz, A. Hunsberger. 








S-PSEA 



Row 1: C. Semmel, R. Wilson, K. Aston, L. Scharf, W. Kerr. Row 2: R. 
Greening, R. Reber. 



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LVC1972 Blue and White Marching Band 



LEFT: FLAG TWIRLERS — L to R: J. VanderVeur, E. Palomba, D. Moore, K. Shetron, ). Engle- 
hart, L. Hough, D. Hoffman, S. Wert, C. Reynolds, S. Bates. RIGHT: FEATURED TWIRLER — 
Kathy Neidig. 








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LEFT: COLOR GUARD — L to R: S. Jacoby, L. Smith, S. Heister, A. Johnson, ). Lohman. 
RIGHT: MAJORETTES — 1st Row: S. Harclerode, T. Hunsicker, G. Diana. 2nd Row: M. 
Weigel, S. Courter, M. VanRiper, D. Breder, D. East, C. Nissley. 




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jazz Band 



The 73 LVC Jazz Band, which has been in 
a three year growth period, brought to a 
peak the dynamic quality of jazz and 
rock sounds that have thrilled many audi- 
ences through the years. Under the direc- 
tion of Wayne Fox, the band has per- 
formed in many high schools as well as 
in their concert debut at Moore College of 
the Arts in Philadelphia. 

This year the band successfully com- 
pleted its second annual week-long tour 
in January, traveling from New York 
through Pennsylvania to Maryland. On 
February 9, the band performed their 
twelfth annual campus concert featuring 
Cecil Bridgewater as guest trumpeter 
from the Thad Jones-Mell Lewis Orches- 
tra. Competing in both the Classboro 
Jazz Festival and Eastern States Jazz Festi- 
val at Quinnipiac College in Connecticut, 
the band has again brought home excel- 
lent ratings. — BK 



JAZZ BAND — W. Schreiber, B. Engman, T. Fick, R. 
Fetrow, C. Sharman, A. Stachow, R. Harner, D. 
Hoover, W. Fox, M. Morrow, T. Hintz, A Boltz, B. 
Kauffman, D. Walmer, M. Enge. 




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148 




Wig and 
Buckle 



FRONT: S. Forte. Row 7: H. Scott, J. Lip- 
pert, ). Gargiulo, J. Kern, E. Donnelly, B 
Johnston, C. Mackenson. Row 2: D 
Rupert, T. Lockner, C. Leeper, B. Phillips 
B. Bushong, S. Corso. Row 3: R. Wilson, A 
Thomas, B. Moul. 



Alpha Psi Omega 



Gargiulo, B. Bushong, B. Phillips, B. Johnston, R. Moul, E. Donnelly 




Orchestra 





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Row 7: C. Potter, C. Wubbena, ). Strohl, J. Mader, K. Crandall, 
S. Kuntz, C Clemens, D. Callahan, S. Bates, ). Yingst, B. 
Baughman, D. Kost. Row 2: C. Burger, C. Forte, P. Lamparter, 
D. Heffelfinger, B. Early, C Melson, S. Frieswyk, H. Johnson, 
M. DeLoache, B. Bushong, J. Paff. Row 3: D. Knauer, R. Fer- 
tow, C. Fox, R. Click, J. Gargiulo, C. Detweiler, ). Evans, C. 
Shultis, |, Kern, M. Alleman, H. Scott, R. Schneider. Row 4: D. 
Cross, W. Dellinger, M. Burgess, |. Lippert, M. Nichols, M. 
Burch, A. Dinsmore, D. Rowland, P. Rowland, T. Leach. 




150 



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Concert Choir 



The year began with the choir dreaming of a seemingly 
impossible venture, a trip to Europe, and ended with the 
LVC Concert Choir touring East and West Germany, 
Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary. As a result, the 
usual spring tour stayed in the area instead of traveling 
north, south, or west; and the singing season was 
extended after school ended for one week of intense 
practice and three weeks in Europe. 

Even though many things went wrong during the Euro- 
pean tour, everyone will surely live a richer life because 
of what they saw and lived through. There will be mem- 
ories of the long border waits and the singing done 
while waiting; memories of the food and a new insight 
into that wonderful American product, Coke; memories 
of all the tours, the tour guides, and the bus drivers; 
memories of people from the somberness of Leipzig, E. 
Germany to the gaiety of Rudesheim, W. Germany; and 
finally memories of the concerts. No one will forget the 
melting together of two peoples in a standing room only 
auditorium in Prague as we sang for the Czechs and 
they returned a concert for us. Nor will the thunderous 
foot stamping showing the audience's avid appreciation 
for our concert at the Mozarteum in Salzburg be easily 
forgotten. 

This was the first such venture by the choir and most of 
us can be grateful it happened in 1973 and not in '74 or 

'75. 

It was quite a season! 

P.S. Thank-you Chamber Orchestra. 




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CHAPEL CHOIR — UPPER LEFT: Row 7: S. 
Heister, V. Hancock, E. Briggs, M. Meek, B. 
Dunn, L. Huber, M. Lockner, M. Gallant, S. 
Margolf, S. Lee, E. St. Sauveur. Row 2: K. Kien- 
zle, N. Bonnet, P. Peterson, E. Woodworth, D. 
Dickson, L. Sandleman, K. Kocher, P. Oliver, H. 
Scott, ). Reisch, G. Fernsler. Row 3: E. Ross, R. 
McAllister, J. Hamilton, K. Rouke, W. Rozelle, 
R. Sheriff, R. Schorr, L. Garrett. Row 4: S. 
Schucker, D. Rupert, S. Gelsinger, K. Syvertsen, 
R. Rowand, K. Butkofsky, P. Cebulka, C. Com- 
fort, T. Knaub, K. Diehl, G. Shultus, S. Dunnick, 
T. Campbell. Row 5: D. Frantz, S. Kramer, C. 
Ferguson, D. Ambler, S. Sachs, R. Moffett, K. 
Hoover, R. Amidon, G. Tucker, D. Horst, D. 
Amsden. 

GIRL'S BAND — UPPER RIGHT: W. Rozelle, J. 
Samples, S. Bates, J. Redding, E. Ross, K. 
Loomis. Row 2: S. Kuntz, K. Miller, C. Scott, N. 
Heston, S. Dupont, L. Burger, M. Smith. Row 3: 
J. Mader, K. Kocher, D. Moore, S. Snyder, J. 
Colyer, N. Powley, J. Paff. Row 4: L. Lee, K. She- 
tron, C. Klieb, L. Mannik, D. East, S. Harclerode, 
M. DeLoache, C. Crawford. 

CLARINET CHOIR — LOWER LEFT: V. Zolen- 
ski, W. Fox, C. Scott, B. Phillips, D. East, K. 
Kocher, N. Heston, H. Scott. Row 2: W. 
Rozelle, C. Woodland, C. Kielb, G. Foz, C. Ser- 
eke, B. Enzman, L. Mannik, D. Hoover, N. Pow- 
ley. 



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vIENC: C. Melson, J. Gargiulo, J. Paff, S. Margolf, K. Behler, S. Kuntz, B. Dunn, C. Woodland, N. Powley. Row 2: L. Lee, C. Wubbena, J. Mader, K. 
Ceggerise, R. Smith, A. Roth, R. Rowand, L. Burger, D. Heffelfinger, J. Colyer, L. Matylewicz. Row 3: D. Amsden, W. Fox, T. Fick, P. Wannemacher, D. 
Hoover, H. Johnson, S. Heister, G. Detweiler, G. Shultis, P. Wood, C. Scott, K. Kocher. Row 4: M. Enge, ). Dilorio, W. Kauffman, D. Rowland, R. 
etrow, B. Enzman, C. Hollenbach, M. Burch, P. Rowland, L. Sweigart, T. Strohman, D. Arthur. 



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Guild Student Croup 

Row 7. M. Burch, T. Leach, R. Click. Row 2: D. Cross, E. Lee, R. Risser, C. Fernsler, S. 
Harding, B. Baughman, P. Rowland. 




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Investment Club 



Row 1: ). Kargol, M. Steltz, S. Crum. Row 2: C. Smith, D. White, P. Baduini, |. Bittner 
(Pres.). 





Bridge 
Club 



|. Eisenmeir, 
D.Starke, 
C. Kielb. 



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Chess Club 

M. Rhoads, R. Dorset, D. Starke, W. 
Schreiber, J. Eisenmeier, S. Sachs. 






156 



Russian Club 




Front: M. Rote, B. Brewer, D. Kost, C. Comfort, E. 
Woodworth. Back: J. Short, J. Sardi, J. Martin. 



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Psych 
Club 



Row 1: D. Peterson, M. 
Currin, P. Pratt, G. 
Wagner, R. Carlson. 
Row 2: R. Wert, M. 
Huber, R. Bohlander, 
D. Johnson, R. Ratti, R. 
McCabe. 





Math Club 



. Scattergood, L. Long, ). Longacre, D. Cernerd, L. Ferriola. 




158 




Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes 

Row 1: K. Bickel, N. Fasnacht. Row 2: M. Steltz, L. Priester, F. Scheeren, 
Fenimore. 



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V. Hackman, L. Stoner, 
C. Potter, D. Schaefer, 
R. Sheriff, K. Kienzle, 
N. Mills, B. Mislick, P. 
Clarke. Row 2: R. Scott, 
R. Burtner, B. Van 
Houten, R. Schantz, P. 
Cebulka, K. Butkofsky, 
C. Comfort, R. Schorr, 
L. Celsinger. Row 3: B. 
Wilt, S. Crone, ). 
Kochel, V.Tucker, R. 
Minnich, C. Hollen- 
bach, S. Crum, ). Kar- 
gol, J. Evans, S. Mazur. 



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Project 




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Row 7: M. Meek, J. Reisch, N. Miller, T. Folkenroth, P. Clarke, R. 
Schorr, ). Scattergood, N. Nelson, L. Matylewicz, G. Fernsler, K. 
Kienzle, J. Bilger. Row 2: M. Gallant, S. Aleshire, S. Shemeta, D. Bre- 
der, R. Byrd, M. Van Riper, J. Kochel, ). Toby, K. Hoover, J. Miles, S. 
Janiak, M. Bozzell, M. Windham, M. Bennethum. Row 3: T. Dil- 
worth, L. Freed, E. Briggs, J. Palladino, ). Hannigan, L. Travis, N. 
Heston, A. Curtis, G. Wagner, M. Dempsey, K. Bickel, M. Paxton, J. 
Sprecher. Row 4: L. Gelsinger, T. Brown, S. Schucker, C Otto, B. 
Early, C. Reed, K. Syvertsen, D. Amsdem. Row 5: J. Kargol, D. 
Knauer, D. Yocum, W. Ingraham, C Hollenbach. 



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Quittie 73 Staff 

Editors: 

Carol Crawford 

Marc i a Keefer 

Frank Rutherford 




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STAFF: 

Nancy Bailey 
Robin Baker 
Carolyn Bronneck 
Sue Dunnick 
Gail Fox 
Donna Housel 
Sherri Lee 
Maureen Lewis 
Barbara Robbins 
Laurel Schwarz 
Gary Shultis 
Marcia Smith 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: 
John Cullather 
Bob Johnston 
Joe Murphy 
John Rudiak 
Gary Smith 
Gary Wagner 
Jeff Weaver 

BUSINESS MANAGER: 
Kathleen McGrath 



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La Vie Collegienne 



PICTURED: H. Ladd, D. Reifsnyder, ). Sprecher, ). Katzman, ). Feni- 
more, M. Rhoads, W. Goldberg, S. Pappas, ). Bittner. 





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LflWE CQLLEGIENNE 

LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE ANNVILLE. PENNSYLVANIA 

Established 1925 

Volume XLIX, Number 9 Friday. April 13. 1973 

editor james katzaman '74 

feature editor ben neideigh '74 

sports editor mike rhodes '75 

copy editor jane keebler '74 

photography editor bob Johnston '73 

business manager John bittner '73 

advisor mrs. ann monteith 

WRITERS— John Fenimore, Greg Boyd, Kim Feinauer, Stacy Pappas. 

STAFF Harold Ladd, Dan Reifsnyder, Mike Sawyer, Bill Goldberg, John 
Rudiak, Jim Sprecher, Joe Murphy, Gary Wagner, and Jeff Weaver. 

LA VIE COLLEGIENNE is published biweekly by the students of Lebanon 
Valley College except during examination periods and vacations. LA VIE 
is printed by Boyer Press, Lebanon, Pa. Newspaper offices are located in 
the lower level of the Allan W. Mund College Center, telephone 717-867- 
3561, ext. 316. Subscriptions by mail are available for $2.50 per semester. 
The opinions expressed in La Vie are those of the editors and do not 
represent the official opinion of the College. 



165 



Spring Arts Festival — 
Behind the Scenes 







166 




White Hats 



Row 7: N. Nelson, R. Tanner, D. Frantz. Row 2: ). Walker, B. McPherson, N. Bon- 
net, E. Briggs, J. Miles, S. Bates, J. Greenstein, C. Reynolds, M. Smith, J. Holbrook, 
W. Gingrich. Row 3: K. Bickel, T. Dilworth, ). Sprecher, F. Rutherford, R. Zingg, P. 
Visneski, A. Roth, R. Schneider, J. Kern. 



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Student Senate 



President: 

Walt 

Frankowski 

Vice 

President: 
Frank 
Rutherford 

Secretary: 
Sue Reese 

F. Kabia, B. Enzman, C. Schwarz, 
J. Rouka, |. Haines, W. Frankow- 
ski, J. Holbrook, D. Zingg, P. 
Wood, F. Rutherford. 





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Student Council 








President: Nancy Hostetter 

Vice Pres. (Academic): Ken 
Bickel 

Vice Pres. (Social): Dan Frantz 

Treasurer: Allen Roth 

Asst. Treasurer: Ken Gilberg 

C. Leeper, N. Hostetter, D. Frantz, D. Trullinger, A. Roth, M. Smith, 
Walker, K. Bickel, J. Carlock, K. Gilberg, K. Angstadt, N. Nelson. 



169 



Kappa Lambda Sigma 




1, 


P. Zahuta 


21. 


T. Ward 


2. 


H. Henckler 


22. 


R. Bull 


3. 


D. Wertz 


23. 


R. Dusel 


4. 


T. Daly 


24. 


M. Raver 


5. 


G. Lesser 


25. 


W. Harris 


6. 


L. Petty 


26. 


R. Rupich 


7. 


D. Eshelman 


27. 


D. Zingg 


8. 


C. Harris 


28. 


P. Thompson 


9. 


H. Kudson 


29. 


E. Muldoon 


10. 


T. Chesney 


30. 


J. Pumphrey 


11. 


K. Cary 


31. 


J. Snyder 


12. 


W. Ness 


32. 


J. Gable 


13. 


J. Fechinsen 


33. 


T. Scognamiglio 


14. 


C. Suda 


34. 


M. Guise 


15. 


). Manweller 


35. 


P. Visneski 


16. 


M. Hardisky 


36. 


W. Howard 


17. 


K. Matter 


37. 


K. McManis 


18. 


R. Kelsey 


38. 


S. Wagner 


19. 


S. Deitter 


39. 


A. Shortell 


20. 


C. Shupp 








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171 



Delta Lambda Sigma 




172 



S. Pappas 
M. Wilson 
E. Ross 
. Creenstein 
K. Behler 
J. Haines 
A. Kubilus 
Hobrook 
9. S. Lewis 

10. M. FitzPatrick 

11. D. Trullinger 

12. A. Doney 

13. D. Cish 

14. B. Lutz 

15. S. Reese 




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174 








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Phi Lambda Sigma 



1. T. Heiry 

2. |. Ellis 

3. W. Phifer 

4. E. Walseben 

5. E. lannarella 

6. D. Franz 

7. D. Butterbaugh 

8. M. McCauley 

9. P. Walseben 

10. M. Fuhrer 

11. I.Miller 

12. J.Spiro 

13. W. Greksa 

14. D. Oehler 

15. R. Reynolds 

16. C. Rhoads 

17. S. Bixler 

18. F. Lichtner 

19. W. Tarbutton 

20. P. Howse 

21. J. Kiernan 

22. H.Snyder 

23. ). Donohoe 

24. ). Ritchey 

25. L. Melsky 

26. D. Villiotti 

27. R. Cerhart 

28. G.Visneski 

29. J.Mardula 

30. K. Cilberg 

31. A. Calabrese 

32. F. Kushler 

33. D. Dahms 

34. E. Boeckel 

35. W. Frankowski 

36. D. Singer 

37. T. Shaeffer 

38. T. Pooley 

39. R. Eckler 

40. S. Hussey 

41. |. Schoch 

42. R.Mitchell 

43. S. Hazel 

44. |. Pease 

45. W. Lippincott 

46. D. Buesing 
47. 

48. C. Koffel 



49. M. Kirms 

50. W.Miller 

51. H. Englehart 

52. P. Schleifer 

53. R. Patricelli 



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Kappa Lambda Nu 




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1. C. Reynolds 

2. L. Tilipko 

3. K. Halteman 

4. D. Kirchhof 

5. ). Lukens 

6. R. Tanner 

7. J.CaNun 

8. T. Dakay 

9. L. Rist 
K. Henderson 

11. S. lacoby 

12. N.Moore 

13. L. Moore 

14. ). Bostock 

15. A. (ohnson 

16. D. Scholler 

17. K. Angstadt 

18. C. Bruce 

19. D. Gernerd 

20. J. Haverstick 

21. P.Wood 

22. C. Ferguson 

23. D. Beltz 

24. M. Paxton 

25. G. Johnson 
25. |. Bilger 

27. R. Baker 

28. L. Bitzer 

29. B. Clegg 

30. C.Miller 

31. L. Burger 

32. ]. Englehart 

33. C. Becker 

34. N. Johnson 

35. J. Sweigart 

36. J. VanderVeur 

37. T. Martin 




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Knights of the Valley 




178 



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1. T. Dilworth 
2. 

3. B. Ingram 

4. S. Aleshire 

5. D. Yokom 

6. R. Deck 

7. F. Tylutki 

8. B. Britain 

10. M. Alleman 

11. K. Hartnett 

12. C. Knipe 

13. B.Wolfe 

14. J.Deroba 

15. M. Steltz 



16. 


D. Ambler 


17. 


R. Cromis 


18. 


J. Herr 


19. 


K. Bicket 


20. 


A. Roth 


21. 


N. Fasnacht 


22. 


K. Shotwell 


23. 


W. Shumway 


24. 


C. Neill 


25. 


E. Rice 


26. 


P. Snyder 


27. 


S. Sener 


28. 


W. Johnson 







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Sigma Alpha lota 




1. 


C. Potter 


16. 


C. Woodland 


2. 


]. Samples 


17. 


D. Horst 


3. 


T. Martin 


18. 


D. Moore 


4. 


J. Colyer 


19. 


C. Scott 


5. 


P. Lamparter 


20. 


M. Deloache 


6. 


J. Lohman 


21. 


K.Miller 


7. 


D. Rupert 


22. 


C. Wubbena 


8. 


P. Olver 


23. 


J. Paff 


9. 


E. Briggs 


24. 


K. Behler 


10. 


L. Robbinson 


25. 


N. Bonnet 


11. 


C. Reed 


26. 


L. Huber 


13. 


L. Mannik 


27. 


B. Baughman 


14. 


W. Sost 


28. 


D. East 


15. 


K. Kocher 


29. 


M. Weigel 



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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 








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1. 


R. Nash 






2. 


H. Fortna 


17. 


|. Carguilo 


3. 


W. Hope 


18. 


L. Fuller 


4. 


J. Loser 


19. 


E. Donnelly 


5. 


M. Enge 


20. 


|. Kern 


6. 


B. Enzman 


21. 


H. Scott 


7. 


L. Sweigart 


22. 


B. Yinger 


8. 


B. Kauffman 


23. 


M. Burch 


9. 


C. Fox 


24. 


K. Pry 


10. 


B. Sudeck 


25. 


K. Frantz 


11. 


D. Wenger 


26. 


R. Schlee 


12. 


D. Amsden 


27. 


R.Smith 


13. 


C. Glass 


28. 


J. Longacre 


14. 


]. Evans 


29. 


M. Eben 


15. 


B. Click 


30. 


T. Fick 


16. 


S. Sachs 


31. 


R. Rowand 







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1. 


K. Abbey 


2. 


G.Girtch 


3. 


J.Miller 


4. 


S. Snyder 


5. 


D. Orwig 


6. 


W. Gingrich 


7. 


K. Hollowell 


8. 


R. Byrd 


9. 


|. Barry 


10. 


]. Toby 


11. 


L. Posey 


12. 


P. Proctor 


13. 


Sparkle 


14. 


W. Rozelle 


15. 


J.Gould 


16. 


A. Brokans 


17. 


S. Kuntz 


18. 


M. Van Riper 



19. S. Fackler 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma 



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185 



Alpha Phi Omega 







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1. S. Janiak 

2. R. Minnich 

3. B.Wilt 

4. K. Feinauer 

5. C. Wagner 

6. J. Persing 

7. B. Sable 

8. C. Detweiler 

9. ). Erickson 

10. M. Bennethum 







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11. ). Barnhart 

12. M. Sawyer 

13. C. Garland 

14. T. Beresford 

15. ). Murphy 

16. C. Lyons 

17. C.Smith 

18. M. Calloway 

19. |. Kargol 

20. S. Kreider 

21. T. Ferguson 

22. B.Goldberg 

23. B. Boyer 

24. COIsen 

25. D. Poust 

26. A. Curtis 

27. B. Johns 

28. ). Katzaman 

29. R. Fetrow 

30. T.Clark 

31. W. Dellinger 

32. C Mosteller 

33. D. Reinecker 

34. B. Ragnow 



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The Athletics 




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Cheerleaders 

Try to 

Resurrect 

School Spirit 






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CHEERLEADERS — Front: S. Anderson. Standing: S. Shemeta, M. 
Wilson, D. Drybread, ). Drake, A. Ueach, K. Taker (Capt.), C. Savage, 
C. Lentz (Co-Capt.) 



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Football Has Up-Down Season 



The Lebanon Valley College Flying Dutchman 1972 football team 
had an excellent team despite its 4-5 record. It was a team of 6 All 
MAC selections and many bright freshman prospects. The defensive 
front was solid, the best in the conference as confirmed by the 
selection of defensive tackles, Steve "Honus" Wagner and Jim 
"Jumbo" Kiernan as all MAC along with linebacker, Jim latesta. The 
secondary was bolstered by Walt Frankowski, all MAC defensive 
back. The young offense holds a bright prospect for the future. Bob 
Pembleton will hold down the center of the line after his surprise 
selection as all MAC. But the offense will miss George Schwartz, all 
MAC tight end. 






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Row 1: O.K. Reed (coach, E. Boekel, S. Wagner, T. Chesney, K. Cilberg, T. Koons, J. latesta (Tri-Capt.), W. Frankowski (Tri-Capt.), T. Calabrese (Tn- 
Capt.), L. Melsky, N. Casperino, D. Robey, C. Harris, R. Ward, G. Schwarz, J. Rados (coach). Row 2: L. Sorrentino (Headh Coach), G. Petrofes (Athletic 
Director), T. Uhrich, ). Uhrich, R. Pembleton, G. Lesser, A. Shortell, J. Pumphrey, J. Kiernan, S. Hazel, H. Knudson, R. Hussey, R. Moffett (Mgr.), S. Banta 
(coach). Row 3: R. Lambert (Trainer), P. Thompson, T. Scagnomiglio, W. Lippincott, F. Sheeren, R. Rupich, T. Shaeffer, F. Lichtner, D. Dahms, W. 
Harris, ). Halblieb, ). Hussey, D. Villiotti, T. Reese, C. Eyler (coach). Row 4: F. Lyons, G. Walters, F. Englehart, R. Tilotta, ). Ross, T. Winters, ). Conover, 
D. Flohr, S. Osborne, P. Kirms, H. Bratton, ). Donohoe, K. Coslett, E. Muldoon, R. Rheinhold, G. Collins (coach). 



193 



Dutchmen 
Ready 
to 
Move 





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for 
Three 



195 



Hockey: 
A Defensive 
Season 



VARSITY — Row 7: D. Cernerd, M. 
Bauer, C. Miller, N. Murphy, ). Drake. 
Row 2: Mrs. ). Walters (coach), S. 
Kuntz, S. Reese, C. Becker, (Co-Capt.), 
C. Albright, C. Hostetter, J. GaNun, D. 
Drybread, S. Adler, M. FitzPatrick, M. 
Keefer (Co-Capt.) 





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Row 7: A. McNamara, 
C. Boehler, B. 
McCelland, J. Sweigart, 
S. Grant, M. Bauer, P. 
Miller, D. Reese, C. 
Evans, J. Drake. Row 2: 
L. Landis (Mgr.), J. 
Boag, M. Camillo, D. 
Gernerd, N. Murphy, 
M. Paxton, Mrs. ). Wal- 
ters (coach), M. 
Dempsey, A. Morbach, 
). Nash, C. Wildrick, J. 
Hobrook, ). Kehs 
(Mgr.). 



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Cross Country 

Has New 
Awakening 






L to R, Row 7: C. Weller, W. Howard, W. Phifer, ). Manweller. Row 2: T. Daly, K. 
Carey, S. Hamor, ). Davis (coach). 












198 




Soccer 
Comes 
Alive 
at the 
Valley 






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200 



1972-73 Basketball Team 





Row 7: R Lambert, Trainer, L. Sorrentino, Head Coach, B. Correll, Asst. Coach. Row 2: 1 Mardula, J. Schoch, M. Kovonuk, R. Roes, W. Ammons K Linde Co- 
Capt. D. Johnson, Co-Capt., D. Evans, D. Buesing, C. Brown, R. Mitchell, E. lanneralla, L. Griffiths. I j 







Donny Johnson — All American 
Leading Scorer in L VC History 



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N. Schreiber, R. Sheriff, C. Boehler, A. Johnson, D. Dietrich, R. Kocsis, 
M. Paxton, A. Shuey, L. Tilipko. 



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Girls' Basketball Has Greatly Improved Season 

VARSITY — A. Morbach, L. Manhire, D. Drybread, L. Immen, Mrs. J. Walters (Coach), D. Gernerd, D. Speir, M. T. Russo, J. CaNun. 




















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Row 7; A. Fasnacht (Coach); N. Fas- 
nacht, W. Goldberg, G. Pelrofes 
(Coach). Row 2: S. Hamor, J. Ewin, D. 
Debus, |. Kline. Row 3: L. Priester, H. 
Snyder, G. Lesser, S. Grove. Row 4: C. 
Mosteller, D. Leathers, A. Shortell, H. 
Schneider. Row 5: C. Zoll, ). Conover, R. 
Lobell, D. Dahms. Row 6: H. Bratton, R. 
Hussey, F. Schreen. 




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Track 

Has 

Greatly 

Improved 

Season 




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Row 7: K. Feinauer, D. Zingg (Co-Capt), O. Kabia, M. Eisenhauer, M. 
Dortch, ). Davis (Coach). Row 2: J. Hableib, W. Phifer, T. Chesney 
(Coach), L. Priester, ). Ritchey, C. Lesser, C. Hanna. Row 3: O. Reed 
(Coach), F. Rutherford, |. Markley, ). Fackler, T. Daly, M. Brown, W. 
Howard. 




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209 



Stickmen Have Outstanding Season 




Row 1: G. Lucas, D. Scalera, M. Fuhrer, D. Singer, 
H. Knudson (Co-Capt), K. Cilberg (Co-Capta., {. 
Mardula, A. Calabrese, C. Hunter. Row 2: M. Pax- 
ton (Mgr.), T. Smith, D. Oehler, P. Howse, W. Tar- 
button, D. Franz, T. Shaeffer, C. Rhoads, B. Correll 
(Coach). Row 3: R. Lambert (Trainer), S. Hazel, T. 
Poley, M. Hardisky, R. Dusel, B. Simons, D. Whit- 
tle, F. Kushler, ). Kiernan, |. Pumphrey, D. Villiotti, 
E. Muldoon. 







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Row 7: ). Manwiller, N. Fasnacht, D. Ober, L. Melsky, Co-Capt., S. Sener, Co.-Capt., E. Boeckel, C. Harris, H. Henckler. Row 2: S. Ruehr, T. Uhrich, ). McDivitt, D. 
Eshelman, S. Haverstick, R. Rupich, K. Harnett, A. Morbach. Row 3: L. Sorrentino, Coach, ). Bulko, C. Anderson, D. Stetler, ). Deroba,). Uhrich, D. Drybread. 



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Baseball Returns to Campus 




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Record Breaking 

Season 

for Golf Team 



Row 7: C. Mosteller, K. Bickel, P. Zahuta, T. Trone. Row 2: G 
Petrofes, (Coach), J. Frey, R. Johns, R. Roes, R. Pembleton. 




216 





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CO-CAPTAINS 

Chet Mosteller 

Jerry Frey 



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Tennis Club 

and 

Intramurals 










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Patrons 



A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. DeAlton S. Ambler 

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Amidon 

Mrs. Nancy R. Barnet 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Barry 

Mrs. Mary Helen Biclcel 

Mr. and Mrs. Mertis S. Bixler 

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest D. Bowie 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Bowman 

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Boyd, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Breder 

Mrs. Charles Breslin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Brown 

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Abbey, K. — 131,184 

Abernethy, W. — 109, 157 

Achor, M. — 137 

Adler, M. — 137, 196 

Albansoder, C. — 135 

Albright, C — 127,196 

Aleshire, S. — 127, 129, 160, 178 

Algeo, A. — 109 

Alleman,M. — 109, 178 

Alvino, L. — 135 

Ambler, D. — 137, 152, 178 

Amidon, R. — 132, 152 

Ammons,W. — 200 

Amsden, D. — 127, 152, 153, 160, 182 

Anderson, C — 96,214 

Anderson, S. — 127, 172 

Angstadt, K. — 104, 109, 168, 176 

Apger, A. — 135 

ApsleyJ. — 135 

Arthur, D. — 153 

Arthur, C— 96,109 

Aston, K. — 101,143 

Autenrieth,S. — 109 

Baduini, P. — 109, 155 

Baker, E. — 127 

Baker, R. — 132,210 

Bangert, K. — 86 

Barnabic, G. — 157 

Barnhart, J. — 187 

Barry, J. — 96,184 

Bates, S. — 127, 144, 153,167 

Bauer, M. — 127, 196, 197 

Baughman, B. — 98, 154, 180 

Beam,S. — 91 

Becker, C. — 86, 1 42, 1 70, 1 96 

Behler, K. — 107, 109, 153, 172, 180 

Beistline, K. — 135 

Beltz, D. — 129,143,176 

Bennethum, D. — 160 

Bensing, R. — 132 

Beresford,T. — 96, 187 

Beriont, L — 109,143 

Berriker, R. — 109 

Bevan,A. — 109 

Bickel, K. — 102, 109, 159, 160, 167, 

168,178,216 
BilgerJ. — 135,160, 176 
BittnerJ. — 155,164 
Bitzer, L — 210 
Bixler, S. — 174 
BoagJ. — 22,135, 172,197 
Boeckel, E. — 96, 174, 193, 214 
Boehler,C — 135,197,204 
Bohlander, R. — 110, 158 
Boltz, A. — 137, 147 
Boltz, M. — 110, 157 
Bond,S. — 137 

Bonnet, N. — 127, 152, 167, 180 
BooharJ. — 135 
Boohar, S. — 131 
Borgerson, M. — 131 
Bostock, J. — 100, 176 
Bowie, A. — 135 
Bowman, D. — 91 
Boyd, E.— 110, 131,143 
Boyd, C — 135 



Boyd, J. — 131 

Boyer, R. — 127, 187 

Bozelli,M. — 135,160 

Bratton, H. — 137,193,206 

Breda, V. — 137 

Breder, D. — 135, 145,160 

Breslin, P. — 127 

Brewer, R. — 157 

Briggs, E. — 127, 152, 160, 167, 180 

Brinkman, J. — 110 

Brokans, A. — 184 

Bronneck, C. — 95 

Brown, C. — 200 

Brown, D. — 135 

Brown, M. — 208 

Brown, P. —96 

Brown, R. — 110 

Brown, T. — 137,160 

Bruce, C — 135,176 

Brumbaugh, E. — 135 

Brunner, L. — 129 

Brunner, R. — 96 

Buesing, D. — 174, 200 

BulkoJ. — 101,214 

Bull, R. — 129, 170 

Burch, M. — 98,153,154, 182 

Burger, L. — 110, 153,210 

Burke, C — 110 

Burtner, R. — 110, 143, 159 

Bushong, M. — 110, 148 

Butkofsky, K. — 110,152, 159 

Butterbaugh, D. — 174 

Byers, L. — 132 

Byrd, R. — 137,160,184 

Calabrese, A. — 96, 174, 193, 210 

Callahan, D. — 135 

Camillo, M. — 197 

Campbell, P. — 96 

Campbell, T. — 152 

Cardimona, S. — 93 

Carlson, C. — 96,110 

Cary, K. — 170,198 

Catherman, J. — 110 

Cebulka, P. — 129, 152,159 

Chabitnoy, R. — 111 

Charlton, D. — 111 

Chesney, T. — 170, 193, 208 

Chrin, D. — 111 

Clark, T. — 111,187 

Clarke, P. — 159,160 

Clegg, B. — 111,176 

Clemens, C. — 111 

ColyerJ.— 96, 153,180 

Comfort, C. — 1 1 1 , 1 52, 1 57, 1 59 

Conover, J. — 135,193,206 

Cooper, ). — 135 

Copemhaver, S. — 129 

Corso, S. — 137,148 

Cosslett, C — 193 

Courter,S. — 137, 145 

Crawford, C. — 95,153 

Crone, S. — 135,159 

Crum,S. — 155,159 

Cuipylo, D. — 132 

CullatherJ. — 135 

Cummings, H.— 111,142 



Currin, M. — 92,158 

Curry, J. — 112 

Curtis, A. — 142, 160, 187 

Dahms, D. — 174,193,206 

DaKay,T. — 132 

Daly, T. — 112,170,198 

Daugherty, C. — 132 

Davis, C — 132 

Debus, D. — 132,206 

Deck, R. — 132,178 

DeCroat, C. — 135 

DeiterJ. — 112, 142,170 

Dellinger, W. — 187 

DeLoache, M. — 112, 153, 180 

Dempsey, M. — 135, 160, 197 

Deroba, J. — 178,214 

Detweiler, C. — 93, 153, 186 

Diana, C — 98,145,172 

Dickson, D. — 152 

Didden,M. — 112 

Diehl, K.— 132, 152 

Diemer, C. — 137 

Dietrich, D. — 204 

DilorioJ. — 100,153 

Dilworth, T. — 129, 160, 167, 178 

Dinsmore, A. — 112 

Doney, A. — 86,98, 172 

Donnelly, E. — 148 

Donohoe, J. — 137, 174,193 

Dorset, R. — 137, 156 

Dortch,M. — 208 

Drake, J. — 132,196, 197 

Drybread, D. — 129, 196, 205, 214 

Dubble, P. — 129 

Dufresne, P. — 131 

Dunn, B. — 137,152,153 

Dunnick, S. — 152 

Dupont, S. — 135, 153 

Dusel, R. — 112,170,210 

Early, B. — 160 

East, D. — 92, 145, 1 52, 1 53, 180 

Eben,M. — 182 

Eckler, R. — 174 

EhrlichJ. — 137 

Eisenhauer, M. — 131,208 

Eisenmeier, J. — 155, 156 

Ellis, J.— 112,174 

Emmons, P. — 132 

Enge, M.— 113, 147,153,182 

Englehart, H. — 135,193 

Englehart, ). — 100, 144, 176 

Enzman, B. — 113, 147, 152, 153, 169, 

182 
Eppley, R. — 129, 132 
Errickson, J. — 131,186 
Ervin, B. — 132 
Eshelman, D. — 113,170,214 
Evans, C — 129,159,197 
Evans, D. — 200 
Evans, J. — 113,182 
EwinJ. — 206 
FacklerJ. — 208 
Fackler,S. — 113,184 
Faller, R. — 129 

Fasnacht, L. — 135, 159, 178, 206, 214 
Fechinsin, J. — 129,170 



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Feinauer, K. — 186,208 

Ferguson, C. — 152 

Ferguson, T. — 137,187 

Fernsler, G. — 129, 152, 154, 160 

Ferriola, L — 129,158 

Fetrow, R. — 93, 94, 1 47, 1 53, 1 87 

Fick,T. — 129,147,153,182 

Fisher, C. — 132,137 

Fisher, C — 131 

Fitzpatrick, M. — 137, 172, 196 

Flohr, D. — 135, 193 

Floyd, J. — 113 

Folkenroth,T.— 137,160 

Forker, K. — 101 

Forte, S. — 131,148 

Fortna, H. — 131,182 

Fox, C — 107,108,113,172 

Fox, C — 152,182 

Fox,W. — 93, 147, 152, 153 

Frankowski, W. — 87, 96, 169, 174, 193 

Frantz, D. — 87, 94, 152, 167, 168, 182 

Franz, D. — 129,157,174, 210 

Freed, L — 129,142, 160 

FreyJ. — 216 

Frey,S. — 132 

Fries,). — 135 

Fritz, N. — 129 

Fuhrer, M. — 113, 174,210 

Fuller, L — 182 

Cable, J. — 170 

Gallant, M. — 137,152,160 

Galloway,M. — 113,187 

GaNun, ). — 87, 96, 196, 205, 210 

Gargiulo, J. — 87, 100, 148, 153, 182 

Garland, C — 98, 187 

Garlock, B. — 103, 105, 108, 113, 168 

Garrett, L — 152 

Gasparino, N. — 98,193 

Geesey, C. — 132 

Gelsinger, L. — 129, 152, 159, 160 

Gerhart, R. — 137,174 

Gernerd, D. — 129, 196, 197, 158, 205, 

210 
G i I berg, K. — 95, 1 68, 1 70, 1 74, 1 93 
Gingrich, W. — 113,167,184 
Giovannini, J. — 135 
Girtch,G. — 184 
Gish, D. — 98,172 
Givler,C — 101 
Glass, G. — 135,182 
Glick, R. — 98,154,182 
Goldberg, W. — 1 35, 164, 187, 206 
Gottlieb, E. — 137 
Gould, J.— 184 
Grant, S. — 197 
Greening, R. — 96, 143 
Greenstein, N. — 106,113,167,172 
Greska,W. — 137, 174 
Griffith, R. — 200 
Grimes, J. — 135 
Gromis, R. — 178 
Gross, D. — 114, 154 
Grove, S. — 114,154 
Guise,M. — 132,170 
Hackman, V. — 114,159 
Haines, J. — 114,169,172 



Halbleib, J. — 129,193,208 

Halteman, K. — 103, 114- 176 

Hammond, B. — 129 

Hamor, S. — 135,198,206 

Hampton, D. — 132 

Hancock, S. — 131,152, 172 

Hanna, C — 208 

Hannigan, J. —114,160 

Harclerode, S. — 1 35, 145, 153 

Harding, S. — 94,97,154 

Hardisky, M. — 170, 210 

Harner, K. — 114, 147 

Harris, G. — 98,193,170,214 

Harris, W. — 131,170,193 

Hartnett, K. — 214 

Haverstick, ]. — 114,210 

Haverstock, S. — 214 

Hazel, W. — 114, 174, 193, 210 

Heckman, R. — 88,142 

Heffelfinger, D. — 153 

Heilner, L. — 114 

Heiry,T. — 174 

Heister, S. — 114, 145, 152, 153 

Heller, J. — 114 

Henckler, H. — 170,210 

Henderson, K. — 115,210 

Hermes, R. — 137 

HerrJ. — 178 

Heston, N. — 129,152,153,160 

Hickey,C — 132, 172 

Hildebrand, R. — 115 

Hinkel, M . — 100 

Hintz, T.— 131,147,178 

Hockenberry, J. — 129 

Hoffman, D. — 137,144 

Hoffman, J. — 137 

Holbrook, ). — 131, 167, 169, 172, 197 

Hollenbach, C. — 104, 1 1 5, 1 52, 159, 

160 
Hollowell, K. — 137,184 
Hoover, D. — 1 31 , 1 47, 1 52, 1 53 
Hoover, K. — 131,160 
Hope, W. — 182 
Horst, D. — 135,152 
Hostetter, G. — 196 
Hostetter, N. — 88, 92, 168 
Hough, L — 100, 144 
Housel, D. — 135 
Houtz, L — 101 

Howard, W. — 115, 170, 198, 208 
Howse, P. — 129, 174,210 
Huber, L — 137,152 
Huber, M. — 115,158 
Huckins,S. — 115 
Hughes, G. — 115 
Hume,M. — 132 
Hunsberger, A. — 115, 143 
Hunsicker,C — 116,145 
Hunter, G. — 116,210 
Hussey, J. — 174,193 
Hussey, R. — 193,206 
Hutchinson, R. — 137 
lannarella, E. — 88, 91 , 95, 174, 200 
latestaj. — 193 
lies, P. — 132 
Immen, L. — 91,96,205 



Ingraham, W. — 160,178 

)acoby,S. — 116, 145,160 

James, B. — 92 

Janiak, S. — 160, 186 

lohns, R. — 127, 187,216 

Johnson, A. — 116, 145, 176, 204 

Johnson, D. — 88,158,200 

Johnson, G. — 96, 176 

Johnson, H. — 131,153 

Johnson, N. — 116, 143, 176 

Johnson, W. — 178 

Johnston, R. — 148 

Jones, E. — 132 

Jurman, M. — 116 

Kabia, R. — 97, 169, 208 

Kargol, J. — 116, 155, 159, 160, 187 

Katzman, J. — 187,164 

Kauffman, W. — 116, 147, 153, 182 

Keebler, J. — 117 

Keef e r, M . — 88, 91 , 98, 1 72, 1 96 

Kegerise, K. — 137, 153 

Kehs, J. — 137,197 

Kelsey, R. — 170 

Kern,). — 127,148, 167, 182 

Kelso, N. — 132 

Kielb, C — 127,152,153,155 

Kienzle, K. — 127, 152,159,160 

Kiernan, J. — 174,193,210 

KinsellaJ.— 95 

Kipp,G. — 135 

Kirchhof, D. — 89, 100, 142, 176 

Kirms,M. — 137,174,193 

Kleiner, R. — 127, 172 

Kline, G. — 206 

Kline, W. — 117 

Knaub,T. — 129,152 

Knauer, D. — 117, 160 

Knipe, C — 127,178 

Knudson, H. — 103, 106, 98, 170, 193, 

210 
Kochel,). — 137, 159,160 
Kocher, K. — 131,152,153, 180 
Kocsis, R. — 129,204 
Koffel,C — 137,174 
Koons,T. — 193 
Korn, D. — 22,132 
Kost, D. — 131,157 
Kotch, P. — 135 
Kovonuk, M. — 132, 200 
Kramer, S. — 152 
Kreider, S. — 117, 142,187 
Kubilus, A. — 132,172 
Kuntz,S. — 117,153,184,196 
Kushler, F. — 129,174,210 
Ladd, H. — 97,164 
Lamparter, P. — 180 
Lamphere, H. — 132 
Landis, L — 117,197 
Lang, D. — 129 
Langkamer, R. — 1 37 
Lavella, L — 129 
Leach, A. — 89, 100, 154 
Leathers, D. — 101,206 
Lee, E.— 93, 153,154 
Lee, S. — 127,148,152 
Leeper, C — 127,148,168 



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Leighty, J. — 127 

LemkeJ. — 135 

16012,0.-127,143,172 

Lenz, M. — 101 

Leonard, J. — 132 

Lerch,Q.— 117 

Lesser, G . — 1 1 7, 1 70, 1 93, 206, 208 

Lewis, M. — 127, 172 

Lewis, S. — 137, 172 

Lichtner, F. — 174, 193 

Linde, K. — 200 

Lippert, J. — 131,148 

Lippincott, W. — 137, 174, 193 

Lobell, R. — 132,206 

Lockner, M. — 1 37, 1 43, 1 48, 1 52 

LohmanJ. — 117, 145, 180 

Long, L — 158 

LongacreJ. — 131,158, 182 

Loomis, K. — 95, 153 

Loser, J. — 137, 182 

Love, R. — 132 

Lucas, C — 137, 210 

LukensJ. — 105, 117,210 

Lutz, B. — 98, 172 

Lyons, F. — 137, 187, 193 

Mackenson, C. — 1 37, 1 48, 1 72 

Mader, J.— 93,153 

Malesie, K. — 117 

Manhire, L. — 97, 205 

Mannik, C. — 137, 152, 153, 180 

Manwiller, ). — 170,198,214 

Mardula, J. — 95, 174, 200, 210 

Margolf, S.— 132, 152, 153 

MarkleyJ. — 135, 208 

Martin, T. — 118,176 

Mata, W. — 135 

Matter, K. — 118, 170 

Matylewicz, L. — 131, 153, 160 

Mazur,S. — 137,159 

McAllister, R. — 89,152 

McCabe, R. — 158 

McCarren, R— 96 

McClelland, B. — 127, 197 

McDivitt,). — 214 

McCary, ]. — 131 

McGrath,K.— 137 

McKaig, B. — 137 

McLaughlin, P. — 118 

McManis, K. — 170 

McNamara, B. — 197 

McNultyJ. — 137 

McPherson, M. — 118, 167 

Meek, M. — 132, 152, 160 

Melsky, L. — 96, 173, 193, 214 

Melson, C. — 118, 153 

Merchant, P. — 118 

Miles, J. — 160, 167 

Miller, C — 118,196, 210 

Miller, J. — 97, 184 

Miller, J. — 137,174 

Miller, K. — 137,172 

Miller, K. — 118, 153 

Miller,M. — 131 

Miller,M. — 129 

Miller, N. — 132, 143, 160 

Miller, P. — 137, 197 



Miller, R. — 97,180 

Miller, W. — 174 

Mills, P. — 131,159 

Minnich, R. — 118, 186, 159 

Mislick, B. — 127,159 

Mitchell, R. — 129, 174,200 

Mitchell, S. — 137 

Moeckel, J. — 137 

Moeller, P. — 137 

Moffett, R. — 137, 152, 193 

Moore, D. — 135, 144, 153, 180 

Moore, H. — 118 

Moore, L. — 118, 142,210 

Moore, N.— 127, 210 

Morbach, A. — 131, 1 72, 197, 205, 21 4 

Morrison, W. — 89 

Morrow, M. — 137, 147 

Mosteller, C — 131, 187, 216 

Moul, R. — 148 

Moyer, W. — 118 

Muldoon, E. — 135, 170, 193, 210 

Murphy, J. — 187 

Murphy, N. — 129, 196, 197 

Murphy, R. — 119 

Musselman, S. — 137 

Myers, D. — 119 

Nash, (. — 132,197 

Nash, R. — 131,182 

Neidig, K. — 98, 144 

Neill, G. — 137,178 

Nelson, N. — 129, 160, 167, 168 

Ness, R. — 170 

Nichols, M. — 142 

Nissley, C — 119,145 

Nottingham, E. — 100 

Ober, D. — 174, 214 

Oehler, D. — 129, 157, 210 

Olsen, C — 137, 187 

Olver, P. — 127,152,180 

Orwig, D. — 184 

Osborne, S. — 193 

Otto, C — 129, 160 

Owen,S. — 119 

PaffJ. — 96,153, 180 

Page, K. — 119 

Palladino, J. — 119, 160 

Palomba, E. — 119,144 

Pappas, A. — 129, 164, 172 

Patricelli, J. — 174 

Patricelli, R. — 137 

Paxton, M. — 22, 1 35, 160, 1 76, 197, 

204,210 
Pease, ). — 174 

Pembleton, R. — 119, 193, 216 
Penturelli, C — 129,142 
Pershing, J. — 131,186 
Peterson, D. — 131,158 
Peterson, L. — 108, 120, 143 
Peterson, N. — 120 
Peterson, P. — 152 
Petty, L — 132, 170 
Phifer, W. — 120, 174, 198, 208 
Phillips, B. — 96, 148,152 
Pike, C — 129 
Poley, T. — 120, 174, 210 
Posey, L.— 132, 184 



Potter, C. — 131,159, 180 
Pottieger, K. — 99 
Poust, D. — 187 
Powley, N. — 96,152,153 
Pratt, P. — 129,158 
Priester, L. — 1 32, 1 35, 1 59, 206, 208 
Proctor, P. — 137, 143, 184 
Pry, K. — 135, 182 
Puglisi, S. — 96 

Pumphrey, J. — 120, 170, 193, 210 
Purviance, C. — 120 
Quick, E. — 142 
Rangnow, B. — 187 
Ratti, R. — 187 
Raver, M. — 120, 170 
ReaskeJ.— 120 
Reber, E. — 120 
Reber, R. — 96, 143 
Redding, ). — 120, 153,180 
Reed,C. — 135, 160 
Reese, D. — 135, 197 
Reese, S. — 98, 172, 196 
Reese, T. — 193 
Reich, T. — 120 
Reifsnyder, D. — 132, 164 
Reinecker, D. — 92, 187 
Reinhold, R. — 137, 193 
Reisch, J. — 137,152,160 
Reitz, E. — 120 
Reynolds, C. — 144, 167, 176 
Reynolds, R. — 129, 174 
Rhoads, G. — 135, 174 
Rhoads, M. — 131,156,164 
Rice, D. — 131,178 
Risser, R. — 132, 154 
Rist, L — 132, 176 
Ritchey, J. — 101,174, 208 
Ritchie, L. — 132 
Robbins, B. — 131 
Robertson, J. — 121 
Robertson, K. — 121,142 
Robey, D. — 193 
Robinson, C. — 98, 180 
Roehm, P. — 121 
Roes, R. — 200, 216 
Rogers, E. — 137 
Roman, J. — 132 
Ross, E. — 132, 152,153, 172 
Ross, ). — 137,193 
Rote, M. — 157 

Roth, A. — 129, 167, 153, 168, 178 
Rothermel, C. — 95 
RoukeJ. — 121,169 
Rouke, K. — 132,152 
Rowand, R. — 131 , 1 52, 1 53, 182 
Rowland, D. — 153 
Rowland, P. —89, 98, 153, 154 
Rozelle, W. — 137, 152, 153, 184 
Rudiak, J.— 94 
Rudiak, N. — 132 
Ruehr,S. — 214 
Rupert, D. — 132, 148,152 
Rupich, R. — 170,193,214 
Russo, M. — 121,205 
Rutherford, F. — 104, 105, 121, 167, 
208,169 






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Ryder, N.— 121 

Sabol, R. — 186 

530(15,5.-152,153,156,182 

Saint Sauveur, E. — 135, 152 

Samples, J. — 153 

Sandleman, L — 127,152 

Sanko, S.— 132,206 

Savage, C. — 172 

Sawyer, M. — 187 

Sazama, L — 107, 122, 172 

Scalera, D. — 122,210 

Scattergood, J. — 131, 158, 160 

Schackenbach, D. — 135 

Schaefer, D. — 159 

Schaeffer, D. — 132,135 

Schantz, R. — 131,159 

Scharf,L. — 92,143 

Scheeren, F. — 153, 159, 193, 206 

Schlee, R. — 137,182 

Schleifer, P. — 95, 174 

Schmidt, M. — 135 

Schneider, H. — 132, 135, 206 

Schneider, R. — 127, 167 

Schoch, J. — 135,174,200 

Scholler, D. — 142, 176 

Schorr, R. — 132, 152, 159, 160 

Schreiber, G. — 93, 147, 156 

Schreiber, N. — 129,204 

Schroeder, B. — 129 

Schucker,S. — 132,152,160 

SchultzJ. — 129 

Schwarz, C— 98,169,193 

Schwarz, L. — 132 

Scognamiglio, T. — 157, 170, 193 

Scott, C — 152, 153, 180 

Scott, E. — 129 

Scott, H. — 131,148,152,182 

Scott, R. — 122,159 

Seegert, D. — 96 

Seidel, B. — 100, 142 

SekerkeJ. — 135, 152 

Semmel, C. — 143 

Sener, S. — 95, 178, 214 

Shane, R. — 96 

Sharman,C. — 92, 147 

Shay, L. — 132 

Sheaffer, T. — 174, 193, 210 

Shemeta,S. — 22, 135,160 

Sheriff, R. — 27, 152,159,204 

Sherry, C — 135 

Shirk, H.— 129,131 

Shivell, E. — 131 

Shoemaker, B. — 99 

Shoop,S. — 92 

Short, S. — 96, 157 

Shortell, A. — 105, 122, 170, 193, 206 

Shotwell, K.— 122,178 

Shuey, A. —127,204 

Shultis, C — 122, 152, 153 

Shumway, W. — 129, 178 

Shupp, C. —131,170 

Simons, B. — 210 

Singer, D. — 95, 174, 210 

Sipe, P. — 135 

Sitzler, M. — 131,178 

Smith, C— 122, 155, 187 



Smith, L.— 145 

Smith, M. — 129, 153, 167, 168 

Smith, M. — 131 

Smith, R. — 153, 182 

Snavely, L. — 172 

Snyder, H.— 123, 174,206 

Snyder, J. — 123,170 

Snyder, P. — 178 

Snyder, S. — 97,153,184 

Snyder, S. — 104, 123 

Sost,W. — 135,180 

Spacht, P. — 132 

Speer, P. — 123 

Speir, D. — 131,172, 205 

Spiegle, J. — 135 

Spilman, A. — 129 

Spiro, J. — 123,174 

Sprecher, J. — 127, 131, 157, 160, 164, 

167 
Stabley, C. — 132 
Stachow, A. — 147 
Starke, D. —137, 155, 156 
Stefanick,Y. — 123 
Steltz, M. — 129, 155, 159, 178 
Stetler, D. — 96,214 
Stewart, T. — 101 
Stine, D. — 135 
Stocker, B. — 186 
Stoner, L. — 123, 159 
Streeter, N. — 135 
StrohlJ. — 135 
Strohman, T. — 102, 123, 153 
Styer, L. — 135 
Suda,C — 170 
Sudeck, R.— 132, 182 
Sweigart, L — 131,153,182 
Syvertsen, K. — 152, 160 
Taber, K. — 102, 107, 123, 172 
Tanner, R. — 90, 91, 96, 142, 167, 210 
Tarbutton, W. — 123, 174, 210 
Teed, D. — 123 
Thomas, S. — 131,143 
Thompson, P. — 170, 193 
Tilipko, L. — 129,176,204 
Tilotta, R. — 193 
Toby, J. — 143,160,184 
Tomrell, R. — 93 
Travis, L. — 160 
Trigg, R. — 135 
Trone,T. — 96,216 
Troutman, K. — 135 
Trullinger, D. — 92, 98, 168, 172 
Tucker, V. — 135,152,159 
Tyluki, F. — 95,178 
Uhrich, J.— 193,214 
Uhrich,T. — 193,214 
Ulmer, H.— 91 

VanderVeur, ). — 100, 144, 176 
VanHouten, B. — 124,159 
Van Riper, M. — 132, 144, 160,184 
Vezza, C — 124 
Villiotti, D. — 174, 193, 210 
Visneski,C — 132,174 
Visneski,P. — 167, 170 
Vogel, R. — 124 
Wagner, G. — 91, 158, 160, 186 



Wagner, S. — 92, 170,193 

Walborn,C. — 124 

Wales, C— 93 

Walker, J. — 127, 167,168 

Walmer, D. — 90, 147 

Walmer, G. — 93 

Walseben, E. — 124,174 

Walseben, P. — 124, 174 

Walters, G. — 157, 193 

Wannemacher, P. —137, 153 

Ward, L — 124 

Ward, R. — 98, 193 

Ward, T. — 129, 170 

Warwick, B. — 91 

Weaver, J. — 124 

Weigel,M. — 93, 145,180 

Weller, G. — 198 

Wenger, D. — 124, 182 

Wenger, V. — 127 

Wert, R. — 97, 158 

Wert, S. — 124, 144 

Wertz, D. — 93, 170 

West, P. — 132, 172 

West, P. — 124 

Wheatley,W. — 131 

White, D. — 155 

White, S. — 99 

Whittle, D. — 132 

Wildrick, C — 137, 197 

Wilson, M. — 125, 172 

Wilson, R. — 90,101,143 

Wilt, R.— 159, 186 

Windham, M. — 132, 160 

Winter, A. — 193 

Winter, N. — 129 

Wise, K. — 125 

Wise, S. — 93 

Withers, C — 125 

Withers, S. — 101 

Witmer, L — 100 

Wolf,W. — 127, 178 

Wonderling, C. — 125 

Wood, P. — 1 25, 1 53, 169, 1 76 

Woodland, M. — 137, 152, 153, 180 

Woodworth, E. — 131, 152, 157 

Woolbaugh,C — 137 

Worthington,T. — 129 

Wubbena, C. — 97, 1 53, 180 

Wysolovski, L. — 131 

Yinger, R. — 132,182 

Yocum, D. — 125,160,178 

Young, K. — 22 

Zahuta, P. — 98, 170,216 

Zearfoss, G. — 137 

Zearfoss, J. — 93 

Zehner, M. — 90, 92 

Zingg, D. — 103, 108, 125, 167, 169, 

1 70, 208 
Zolenski, V. — 152 



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To catch the spinning years 
and hold them still . . . 
have nothing change 
and not one age 
and no Time 
chasing at my heels 
Oh, now and then 
to catch the years 
and hold them still. 

— Harris 



Special thanks for help and encouragement needed in a year of change to: 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Monteith 

Jim Bowman, our advisor 

Ed Patrick, our Taylor representative 

Professional Photo Services Inc. 

Steve Aleshire for his typewriter and 

Bob Heilman, a student at Witchita State University who did some last minute 

artwork for us, 

Cheryl Kirk for her tribute to Dean Faust, 

And numerous others who pitched in to help when the going got rough. 

The Editors. 



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