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Though O. Pass BoUinger retired last 
year after twenty-three years of service to 
the Biology Department, he has not 
removed himself from campus life. 
Rather, he has dedicated himself to mak- 
ing the Lebanon Valley campus more 
beautiful with an extensive landscaping 
project. Already his tireless efforts have 
seen massive replanting around the 
Administration Building, Chapel, and 
Keister and Hammond Halls. In addition, 
he is supervising the landscaping of the 
Blair Music Center. 

The 1975 Quittie staff salutes Mr. Bol- 
linger and takes pleasure in dedicating 
this yearbook to him. Through his devo- 
tion and the unselfish gift of his time, he 
has demonstrated the true meaning of 
campus citizenship. 





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One More Time 22 

Personalities 48 

Academics 64 

People 88 

Greeks and 

Organizations 144 

Sports 194 

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All my life is mine no more, 

The flying hours are gone; 
Like transitory dreams giv'n o're, 
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Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 



The 1975 Homecoming Court 

Kim. Gloria. Barb. Cindy. Jeannine, Vicki 
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Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow 

Creeps in; this petty pace from 

day to day . . . 

The faces change but the places 

remain, and the old Ad Building 

sits center-stage through days 

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Memorable Moments . . . 

Play it again, men! 

Knight's House — fun city? 

Warren meets a puzzling opponent, 
and Joel invents a fascinating 
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Want in? Just knock at the 
door and shell out four (grand, 
that is), and find what it's 
all about . . . "a mug of wine, a 
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Homecoming Court looks a 

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Aren't you glad you came to Lebanon Valley? 
The ultimate in ideal women, courses so easy 
that you have time to type your letters to 
Mother, gourmet dining, and scenes of incredi- 
ble, unspoiled natural beauty. Who can ask for 
more? 




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One memorable exhibit in the Silver Hall 200, and what on 
earth is going on in the game room? And two Lebanon Valley 
trademarks — umbrellas and Strohman, the Sunshine Boy of 
Jazz. 




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Well, here we go again. 

Back to intramurals, 

migraines, and the dread 

disease of registration — 

memophilia. Or is it 

memomania? 



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On Saturday, September 14, 
warm temperatures and sunny 
skies set the stage for the annual 
frosh-soph tug at the Quittie. 
sponsored by the White Hats. 
The upperclassmen, veterans of 
many muddy encounters, found 
themselves outnumbered three 
to one by a crowd of freshmen 
anxious to settle the score. After 
the usual exchanges of shouts, 
curses, incantations and dirty 
tricks, the frosh emerged victori- 
ous, but not before nearly every- 
one was baptized at least once in 
the less-than-sparkling waters of 
the rolling Quittapahilla. 





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Homecoming Day . . . floats, girls, and powderpuff football. The faculty 
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Mr. and Miss Quittie 
Quittie Court 1975 

Edward Muldoon and Jean Boag 



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Shirley Dupont 



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Mary Paxton 



Deborah Moore 





Valerie Breda 



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Mr. and Miss Athlete 

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Melney Van Riper and Daniel Whittle 



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Who's 
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Joan L. Walker 



Sally A. Wiest 



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Top: HOUSEMOTHERS: 

Mrs. Rohland 

Mrs. Cox 

Mrs. Kelsey 

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LIBRARIANS: 

Mrs. Brown 

Mr. Hough 





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Top: NURSES: 
C. Faust 
Mrs. Yeiser 
S. Haddon 

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BOOKSTORE MANAGER: 

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Art 




Richard A. Iskowitz — M.F.A. Assist. Prof. 

The Art Department, though tucked away 
in an obscure corner, continued its efforts to 
enrich campus Ufe. While teaching his regu- 
lar course load, Mr. Iskowitz arranged the 
monthly art exhibit in the College Center, 
sponsored the film series, "Pioneers of Mod- 
ern Painting," and brought an exhibition of 
original graphic art to the college on 
November 7. This exhibit featured major 
works by both early and modern masters. In 
addition, Mr. Iskowitz served as co-ordina- 
tor of the Spring Arts Festival. 




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Chemistry 








David N. Bailey, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Richard C. Bell, M.Ed., Assist. Prof. 
Karl L. Lockwood, Ph.D., Professor 
Owen A. Moe, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Howard A. Neidig, Ph.D., Professor 
James N. Spencer, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 

In the chemistry department, five students 
were engaged in departmental honors projects. 
Dr. Spencer, working under a grant from Cottrell 
College Sciences Grants of Research Corpora- 
tion, researched Spectrophotometric Studies of 
Hydrogen Bonds. Also, the National Science 
Foundation helped the department purchase an 
on-line data acquisition system which uses a 
small computer to interact with experimental 
data. This System will be instituted into a junior- 
senior level laboratory course so that many stu- 
dents may benefit from it. 





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Biology 



Jeanne E. Argot 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Ann L. Henninger 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
David M. Gring 

Ph.D.. Assist. Prof. 
Stephen E. Williams 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Paul L. Wolf 

Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. 
Allan F. Wolfe 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 

For LVC biology stu- 
dents with an interest in 
ecology a special class in 
this area was set up. 
Numerous field trips were 
taken by the class to study 
area lakes and streams. 
Many students were also 
involved in independent 
studies. 








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Econ omics 



Professors Buffenmyer and O'Neill were added to the fac- 
ulty, and Buffenmyer assumed the duties of department chair- 
man. Two interns, Glenn Zearfoss and Gary Kipp, spent a 
semester working off-campus with industries, relating aca- 
demic knowledge with practical experience. A field trip to the 
New York Stock Exchange was sponsored by the Department 
in April. New courses and plans for a possible fifth professor 
to be added to the staff hopefully will accommodate the grow- 
ing department. 





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James P. O'Neill 

M.A., Instructor 
Jay Buffenmyer 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
William H. Warner 

J.D., Assist. Prof. 
C. F. Joseph Tom 

Ph.D., Professor 





Education 

Madelyn J. Albrecht, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Cloyd H. Ebersole, D.Ed., Professor 
June E. Herr, M.Ed., Assoc. Prof. 
Edgar L. Lawton, M.S., Assist. Prof. 

The department of Education stressed the importance of practical stu- 
dent experience in the classroom through programs of classroom aiding 
and reading tutoring. The Teacher Placement office also improved in effi- 
ciency during the 74-75 school year. 







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English 



Richard N. Kirby, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Phihp A. Billings, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Anna D. Faber, Ph.D., Professor 
Arthur L. Ford, Ph.D., Professor 
Agnes B. O'Donnell, M.A., Assoc. Prof. 
George G. Struble, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus 
Glenn H. Woods, M.Ed., Assist. Prof. 
John P. Kearney, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Leon E. Markowicz, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 

Mr. Billings barthed his way to a Ph.D. during the 
summer of 1974. Mrs. O'Donnell took a leave to investi- 
gate the mysterious W. H. Auden and w^as replaced by 
that great English gentleman, Mr. Kirby. A new^ course 
was offered second semester: "Women in Literature" 
taught by Dr. Kirby and Dr. Ford. A series of meetings 
on various topics were held for majors. The ever-popu- 
lar Christmas cookie orgy, hit by the high price of 
sugar, deteriorated to cheese and crackers. 












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Foreign 
Language 

Charles T. Cooper, M.A., Assoc. Prof. 
Hilda M. Damus, M.A., Assoc. Prof. 
John W. Martin, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Kathleen McNearney, M.A., Assist. Prof. 
Elizabeth Piel, Ph.D., Professor 
Malin Saylor, Fil. Kand. Adj. Instr. 

Dr. Piel retired at the end of the 
second semester after many years 
of faithful service. The chairman- 
ship of the department went to 
Captain Cooper, who with the rest 
of the department strove to make 
the language requirement a mean- 
ingful experience for all students. 
In addition, the department contin- 
ued to stress the benefits of study 
abroad, especially for language 
majors. 





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History and 
Political Science 

Alex J. Fehr, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. 
Elizabeth Geffen, Ph.D., Professor 
Richard A. Joyce, M.A., Assist. Prof. 
John D. Norton, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 

First semester Dr. Geffen was on sabbaticai, work- 
ing on her research of the Diary of Joseph Sills, and 
other research for the upcoming bicentennial year. 
The Doctors Fehr and Norton continued to stress the 
importance of everyones knowledge of our own gov- 
ernment (especially Watergate) and Mr. Joyce trilled 
Western Civ classes with his Peter the Great trivia. 






Mathematics 



Fay B. Burras, M.A., Assist. Prof. 

Joerg W. P. Mayer, Ph.D., Professor 

William M. Fleischman, Ph.D., Assoc. 

Prof. 

Bryon V. Hearsey, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 

The math department intro- 
duced a new course, Operations 
Research, deahng with mathemati- 
cal organization of the arts. Dr. 
Fleischman gave a series of talks 
on the history of math, and also 
sponsored a series of film shorts as 
a pre-Arts Festival project. A math- 
ematic competition for area high 
school students was held in Febru- 
ary and March under the auspices 
of the Math Club. 








Philosophy 

John H. Heffner, A.M., Instructor 
Warren K. Thompson, M.A., Assist. Prof. 



The professors of this small depart- 
ment are not just infering but rather 
insisting that the students in their 
classes should learn to THINK! Study in 
this area included the great minds of 
the past and the development of future 
minds. 




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Music 



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Frank E. Stachow, M.A., Assoc. Prof. 
James M. Thurmond, Mus.D., Assoc. Prof. 

After two years among the plaster 
cracks and the cobwebs of Kreider 
Hall, the Music Department moved into 
the Blair Music Center in October. Ded- 
ication was held in February with a 
weekend of special concerts and activi- 
ties, including memorable perform- 
ances by the Army Band. The Concert 
Choir ventured south to Maryland and 
Virginia on its annual spring tour. The 
department continued its contributions 
to campus life with special concerts 
and student and faculty recitals. 




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RONALD G. BURRICHTER 
M.M., Assist. Prof. 



GEORGE D. CURFMAN 
D.Ed., Professor 



VIRGINIA ENGLEBRIGHT 
M.M., Assist. Prof. 



WILLIAM H. FAIRLAMB 
Mus.B., Assoc. Prof. 




NEVELYN J. KNISLEY 
M.F.A., Adj. Assist. Prof. 



PIERCE GETZ 
A.M.D., Professor 



THOMAS A. LANESE 
M.Mus., Assoc. Prof. 



ROBERT C. LAU 
M.A., Assist. Prof. 




PHILIP G. MORGAN 
M.S., Instructor 



ROBERT W. SMITH 
M.A., Assoc. Prof. 



DENNIS W. SWEIGART 
M.M., Assist. Prof. 



VIRGINIA T. WATKINS 
M.M., Instructor 



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Physical 
Education 

Gerald Petrofes, Director of Athletics 
Rosemary Yuhas, Women's Athletics 
Bruce Correll, Men's Coach 
O. Kent Reed, Men's Coach 
Louis Sorrentino, Men's Coach 

Two years of physical education are 
still required at the Valley to graduate. 
In addition to the regular gym and 
health classes students may participate 
in intercollegiate and intramural sports. 
There always seems to be a crowd in 
the gym as students practice for sports 
and just generally keep in shape. 








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Physics 



]. Robert O'Donnell, M.S., Assoc. Prof. 
Jacob L. Rhodes, Ph.D., Professor 
Samuel O. Grimm, Sci.D., Professor Emeritus 
Phillip E. Thompson, B.S., Assist. Prof. 

Mr. Phillip Thompson joined the physics faculty. An LVC 
graduate he is pursuing his doctorate at the University of Dela- 
ware. Aside from various department meetings and independ- 
ent study projects, the department for the first time offered a 
course "The Physics of Music," a study of vv^ave motion, reso- 
nance and sound, taught by Professor O'Donnell. Also in the 
offering is a new course called "Space Science." Under the guid- 
ance of Dr. Rhodes, this course will investigate topics in astron- 
omy and the physics of space. 






Psychology 

Although there are no "note pads 
and couches" many psychology 
majors are gaining practical expe- 
rience in the field and the lab. 
Numerous students engaged in 
Independent Study Projects and 
the department sponsored a special 
film class. 






Roger D. Carlson, 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 
Robert S. Davidon 

Ph.D., Professor 
David I. Lasky, 

Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. 
Jean O. Love, 

Ph.D., Professor 
Joseph E. Peters 

Ph.D., Assist. Prof. 




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Religion 

Donald E. Byrne, S.T.D., 

Assist. Prof. 
James O. Beamsderfer, S.T.M. 

Adj. Assoc. Prof. 
Voorhis C. Cantrel, Ph.D. 

Assist. Prof. 
Perry J. Troutman, Ph.D. 

Professor 
L. Elbert Wethington, Ph.D. 

Professor 

Dr. Cantrell went on a sabbati- 
cal leave second semester, and 
his teaching duties were 
assumed by Dr. Paul Stambach. 
Four students pursued Inde- 
pendent Studies; departmental 
parties, picnics, and meetings 
were held throughout the year. 
Field trips included a visit to 
Drew Seminary in New Jersey 
for a consultation on John Wes- 
ley. The Christian Ethics Class, 
under Dr. Wethington's guidance 
spent two days in April in Wash- 
ington where the students 
attended seminars and met with 
congressmen. 






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Sociology 



Elaine S. Berson, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Dr. 
Rush departed the LVC scene and was 
replaced by Dr. Oliver Lerch. The depart- 
ment sponsored a program "The State Cor- 
rectional Institution: An Inside Look," at 
which two residents and the director of 
treatment of the Camp Hill facility provided 
insights into its operation. Also, the Fourth 
Annual Sociology Symposium for High 
School students was held in March. The 
department brought other programs to the 
campus on various topics. 




86 








In Memoriam 

We remember Mama. 

Colorful, flamboyant. 

Loving to the students 

and loved by them. 

Mrs. Geilan Hansen 
Farew^ell to a Lebanon Valley Institution. 



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Top to Bottom: 
President — Cynthia Leeper 
Vice-President — Steve Aleshire 
Treasurer — John Fechinsin 



Class of 1975 

You look my son, in a moved sort 

As if you were dismayed: be cheerful, sir 

Our revels are now ended. 
Shakespeare 
"The Tempest" IV, ii. 
A senior ... at last! . . . student teaching 
job applications . . . rejection slips . . . 
counting the days . . . one last fling . . . 
senior week . . . tassles and diplomas . . . 
the end and the beginning. 




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Secretary — Nancy Nelson 



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Top: 

V. Hancock 
L. Tilipko 
N. Baillie 
S. Dunnick 

Bottom: 

Row 1: 

E. Boyd 

G. Fernsler 

N. Schreiber 

C. Penturelli 

Row 2: 

K. Abbey 

L. Matylewicz 

L. Ferriola 

S. Frieswyk 

C. Otto 

J. Scattergood 




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Top: 

S. Pappas 
D. Speir 
J. Holbrook 
A. Morbach 
M. Smith 
C. Lentz 

Bottom: 

M. Bennethum 

J. Kowalchuk 




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J. Walker, W. Wood 




T. Fick, D. Everhart, D. Amsden, H. Fortna, B. Boyer, Q. Lerch, R. Rowand, C. Leeper. 



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Left: 

G. Souders 

Right: 

L. Snavely 



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N. Fritz, D. Gernerd, D. Drybread, N. Heston, E. Briggs, N. Murphy, S. Forte. 



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J. Sprecher 

M. Rhoads 

J. Fenimore 





K. Kocher, D. Kost, R. Schantz, C. Potter. 



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N. Winter 
P. Clarke 
D. Hoover 
S. Bates 
N. Bonnet 




Seated:M. Miller, B. Schroeder, R. Eppley. Standing: S. Wiest, P. Silar, C. Albright. 



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Class of 1976 



In this moment there is hfe and food^ 

for future years. 

Wordsworth 

A junior . . . will it never end? . . . 

routine, routine . . . too late to leave . . . 

plodding through . . . junior jitters . . . 

"why am I here, anyway?" . . . marking 

time. 



Vice-President — Dan Whittle, Secretary — Sliirley Dupont, 
President — Dan Reifsnyder, Treasurer — Tina Fisher 




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David S. Achenbach 
Music 



Mildred Achor 
History and Economics 



M. Susan Adler 
Biology 



Leonard Alvino 
Biology 




David S. Ambler 
Religion 



Anne Apgar 
Elementary Education 



Jane Apsley 
English 



Robin Baker 
Psychology 




Susanne Beers 
German 





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Donna Benko 
Elementary Education 




Ronald Sensing 
Chemistry 



Jacalyn Bilger 
Music Education 



101 




Jean Boag 
English 



Cynthia Boehler 
Chemistry 



Michelle Boileau 
Nursing 



Stephanie Bond 
Psychology 




Jo Boohar 

Elementary Education 



Ann Bowie 
English 



Patricia Boyle 
Sociology 



Mariann Bozzelli 
Political Science 




102 



Harry Bratton 
Psychology 



Valarie Breda 
Medical Technology 



Doreen Breder 
Elementary Education 



Braxton Brittian 
History 





Theresa Brown 
Biology 



Cathy Bruce 

Social Science 

Sociology 



Michael E. Brown 
Chemistry 



Elizabeth Brumbaugh 
Elementary Education 




Donald Buesing 
Economics 



James Cooper 
Biology 



Rebecca Byrd 
English 



Deborah Callahan 
Music Education 



103 





Susan Corso 
Elementary Education 



Susan A. Crone 
Sociology 



John CuUather 
Political Science 



Theresa DeKay 
Biology 




104 



Carole Daugherty 
Foreign Language 



Cornelius Charles De Groat, Jr. 
Religion 



Christine Othelle Davis 
Elementary Education 



Michael Deiling 
Chemistry 



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Suzanne Lewis Deiling 
Elementary Education 



Mary Dempsey 
English 



Dianne Dickson 
Political Science 



Kathie Diehl 
Music Education 




Carey Diemer 
Medical Technology 



Richard Dorset 
Forestry 



Jayne Drake 
Foreign Language 



Shirley Dupont 
Elementary Education 




Beverly Dunn 
Music Education 



Beth Early 
English 



Michael Eben 
Music Education 



Nan Ebling 
Elementary Education 



105 




Joseph Eisenmeier 

Economics and Business 

Administration 




Peter Emmons 
Medical Technology 



James Ewin 
Biology 



Jay Fackler 
Chemistry 




Carol Fallows 
Mathematics 



Cynthia Ferguson 
Music 



Thomas Ferguson 
Political Science 



Christina Fisher 
Biology 



106 




David Flohr 
Chemistry 



Terri Folkenroth 
Music Education 



Carol Foust 

Nursing 



Gary Kenneth Fox 
Music Education 




WilUam Fritz 
Economics 



Louis Fuller 
Sociology 



Kay Futty 
Nursing 



Leslie Garrett 
Psychology 




Cynthia Geesey 
English 



Pam Gerber 
Nursing 



Barbara Gettle 
English 



Joseph Giovannini 
Chemistry 




Gregory Glass 
Economics and 
Business Administration 



Ellen P. Gottlieb 
Political Science 



Joseph Grimes 
Religion 



Sybil Haddon 
Nursing 




Stephanie Harclerode 
Music Education 



William Harris 
Psychology 



Ruth Herold 
Biology 



Christine Hickey 
Music 




108 



Deborah Hoffman 
Elementary Education 



Joy Hoffman 
English 



Walter J. Hope, Jr. 
Music Education 



Joel Hornberger 
English 




Deborah Horst 
Music Education 



Mary Ellen Hume 
Psychology 



Donna Housel 
Chemistry 




Holly Johnson 
Music Education 





Jan Johnson 

Social Science 

Political Science 



Priscilla Johnson 
Psychology 



109 





Kim R. Kegerise 
Music Education 



Jamie Lynn Kehs 
Elementary Education 



Peter Jones 
Chemistry 



Curtis Kemmerer 
History 




Nancy Keslo 
Elementary Education 



Janet M. Kochel 
Elementary Education 



Gary Kipp 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



George Kline 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



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Susan Kramer 
Music Education 



Nanette LaCorte 
Music Education 



Priscilla Lamparter 
Music 






Howard Lamphere 


William Lippincott 


Jeffrey Loser 


Biology 


Economics and Business 
Administration 


Biology 



111 





Charlotte Mackenson 
Biology 



Susan Margolf 
Economics 



Linda Mannik 
Music Education 




Warren Mata 
Music Education 




112 



Stephanie Maziir 
Elementary Education 



Michael McCauley 
Music Education 




Barbara McKaig 
Elementary Education 



Mildred Meek 
Music Education 




Kathleen McGrath 
Chemistry 



Marian Melenchick 
Biology 




Lisa Meyer 
Music Education 



John Miller 
Economics 



Nancy Miller 
Religion 



Carroll Missimer 
English 



113 




John Moeckel 
Biology 



Pamela Moeller 
Medical Technology 



Robert Moffett 
Music Education 



Deborah Moore 
Music Education 




Jan Mueller 

Nursing 



Edward Muldoon 
Economics 



James Navarro 
Biology 



George Neill 
Economics 




Conrad Olsen 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



Deborah Orwig 
Psychology 



Stephen Osborne 
Psychology 



Mary Paxton 
Biology 





Pamela Peterson 


Lewis Petty 


Lynn Pfeifer 


Lawrence Preister 


Music Education 


Economics and Business 


Nursing 


Economics and Business 




Administration 




Administration 




Phyllis Proctor 
Elementary Education 



Carolyn Reed 
Music 



115 




Timothy Reese 
Psychology 



Daniel Reifsnyder 
Chemistry 



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Deborah Reese 
Medical Technology 



Joanne Reisch 
Music Education 




Elizabeth Reynolds 
Nursing 



Gary Rhoads 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



Robin Risser 
Music Education 



Lynn Rist 
Psychology 



116 




Wanda Rozelle 
Music Education 



Debra Rupert 
Music Education 



117 





Randolph Rupich 
Economics 



Stephen Sachs 
Music and Music Education 



Nancy Saxe 
EngHsh 



Denise Schackenbach 
Elementary Education 




118 



Diane Schaefer 
Elementary Education 



Fred Schereen 
Sociology 



Ronald Schlee 
Mathematics 



James Schoch 
Economics 




Suzanne Schucker 
Music Education 



Laurel Schwarz 
History 



Thomas Scognamiglio 
Economics 



J. Charles Sererke 

Economics and Business 

Administration 




Linda Shay 
Elementary Education 



Patricia Sipe 
Music Education 



Amy Smith 
Nursing 



Donald Starke 
Chemistry 




Nicholas Streeter 
History 



Charlotte Strohecker 
Music Education 



JoAnne Strohl 
Music Education 



L. Lamar Styer 
Chemistry 



119 




Joanne Toby 
Elementary Education 



Kenneth Troutman 
Elementary Education 



Jed Uhrich 
Economics 



Thomas Uhrich 
History 




Melney Ann Van Riper 
Elementary Education 



Carolyn Walker 
Music Education 



Glenn Walters 
Psychology 



Peter Wannemacher 
Music Education 




120 



Linn Wenger 

Economics and Business 

Administration 



Daniel Whittle 
Physics 



Cynthia Wildrick 
Nursing 



Selene Wilson 
Biology 




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Marlene Windham 
Elementary Education 



Chris Woodland 
Music Education 



Cindi Workinger 
Nursing 



Pixie Wright 
Psychology 




Thomas Wright 
Physics 



Kenneth Yeutter 

Economics and 

Business Administration 



Glenn Zearfoss 

Economics and 

Business Administration 



Robert Yinger 
Music Education 



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Class of 1977 

. . . turning the mind in upon 

herself, 
Pored, watched, expected, 
hstened, spread my thoughts 
And spread them with a wider creep- 
ing .. . 
— Wordsworth 
A sophomore . . . wise fool! . . . 
transferring . . . picking a 
major . . . raising hell . . . sopho- 
more slump . . . "I can't make up 
my mind, dammit!" . . .hitting 
twenty . . . growing. 




President — Eric Schubert, Vice-President — Nina Greif, 
Secretary — Sheila Roche 




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Kissinger, D. Calkins, A. Wallace, R. Urban, M. Whitehead. 1 1. Amirault. 




123 




J. Witman, E. Vinarski, R. Boldissar, B. Weinschenk, S. Ditzler. In Tree:]. Cooper. 




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Row 1: S. Lefever, M. Fuller, L. Flickinger, M. Dolinski. Row 2: J. 
Baker, H. Hall, J. Feeman. 




125 




Row 1: D. Sweigart, J. Stainer. Row 2: P. Eaken, L. Phifer, L. Clark, F. Weikel, G. Shannon, M. Snavely. 




Row V. C. Workinger, R. Smith, R. White, R. MelHnger, S. Etter, L. Heinzelmann. Row 2: D. Carl, J. Stanilla, A. Ehrhart, B. 
Hobson, T. Hassinger. 



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L. Wright, P. Gerber, B. Druckenmiller 




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Duritt. 




Row 1: L. Weaver, P. Horn, S. Semmens, R. Snow, G. Keyes. Row 2: S. Brogan, K. Clarkson, A. Hicks, K. Campbell, W. 
Fidler. 



128 




Top to Bottom: ]. Gibbons, K. Huling, J. Bauer, W. Merkel, K. Keefer. 



129 




Sitting: H. Rainier, L. Schmidt, T. O'Kelly. Standing: N. DeAngelis, K. McCutcheoi 
D. Latshavv, J. Mueller, T. Cebulka, M. Stout. 




Row 1:T. Bone, D. Shoap, D. Schlicher, M. Rhen. Row2:M. Spildooren, J. Creeger, P. Robbins. 



130 




C. Blake, K. Fitch 



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Class of 1978 

. . . the whining school-boy, 

with his satchel 

And shining morning face, 

creeping like snail 

Unwillingly to school. 

— Shakespeare 

"As You Like It" 

II, vii. 

A freshman . . . dinks . . . going 

on pro . . . flunking out . . . 

changing majors every week 

. . . home-sickness . . . three 

more years to go . . . "why's 

everybody always picking on 

me?". . .and the goal — so far 

away. 




Vice-President — Bill Routson, Treasurer — Chuck Etter, 
President — Ron Parks, Secretary — Sally Graham 



132 




1st Row: ]. Dolle, J. Immler, D. Warner, M. Sunderlin. 2nd Row: M. Matteo, B. Toews, P. Childress, B. Shea, N. Gerard, K. 
Luchanin, J. Garber. 3rd Row: L. Grim, S. Smith, M. Stabley, A. Schmidt, B. Sanders, L. Hehebridle, B. Hawkins, J. Har- 
wick, G. Fetchko. 



133 




D. Brinkworth, W. Butts, B. Purnell, M. Andersen, R. Scully, S. Rudowsky, C. Kline, D. Baker, J. Charleston, G. Grace, B. 
Allebach, S. Spaseff, L. Buffington. 




1st Row: A. Welkie, C. Wiley, D. Wilt. 2nd Row: E. Wassail, K. Whitmire, L. Quinn, K. Arnold, D. Waters, M. L. Hackman. 



134 




1st Row: A. Spece, M. Young, V. Bosley, L. Laudermilch, L. Johnson, P. Van Ostenbridge. 2nd Row: P. Bochenek, B. Palmer, 
T. Patches, D. Wolfe, D. Keller, B. Shilliday, B. Zimmerman. 




1st Row: C. Campbell, C. Meyer, W. Tervo. 2nd Row: B. Darras, K. Wolfe, L. Maika, J. Schweizerhof, J. Noll, C. Blewitt, L. 
Fisher, K. Donaldson, J. Lehman, C. Long, N. Muller. 



135 




1st Row: M. Seifried, K. Shuttleworth, D. Shirk, S. Wenger, J. Snoke, R. Afflebach, J. Uhl, T. Russell, K. Levinsky, A. Paspa- 
las. 2nd Row: R. Paddock, B. Rouston, G. Sharp, B. Rabena, L. Silverstein. 




D. Wiley, F. Harpel, M. Hebda. 




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1st Row: J. Tellier, D. Fisher, K. Schwartz, R. Savko, E. Hihon. 2nd Row: D. Luckenbill, R. Horchler, S. Hetrick, S. Hoover I 
Barbarich. 



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D. DePalma, B. Dunkle 



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1st Row: L. Morgan, M. Moyer. 2nd Row: C. Miller, B. J. Dietz, D. Snyder, A. 
Maree, D. Macut, C. Blevins. 



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1st Row: D. Kerschner, K. Luchanin, S. Engle, G. Longenecker, C. Lehman. 2nd Row: W. Kelly, S. Lebo, K. 
Kulp, K. Winters, L. Sweger. 



139 




L. Bechtel, B. Wolfe, A. Hoffman, K. Cunningham. 



C. Burkholder, H. Belser, D. Anderson, K. Bean. 





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L. Kriebel, S. Verdelli, C. Steffy, D. Celeste. 




P. Neill, S. Hanebury, C. Crampton. 




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1st Row: F. Lewis, T. Kriebel, B. Kasprowiez. 2nd Row: A. Kull, W. Kobasa, J. Rezin, K. Maliken. 



142 




1st Row: G. DeLong, R. Parks, S. Beck, L. Anderson, J. Alvino. 2nd Row: S. Spenser, G. Jacobs, L. Sarka, 
K. Goellner, D. Doupe, }. Jacberger. 





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Greeks And 

GREEKS AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 



Delta Lambda 
Sigma 

Delphian . . . 

Social sorority . . . pledging . . . 
garbage can, black sheep, red dinks 
Third floor Mary Green, red and white 
Need your room cleaned? 




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Gamma Sig . . . 

Service Sorority . . . Bake Sales 
Helping Hands Weekend, Puppet Shows 
Red and white . . . Adopted Grandmother 
Candy for sale . . . fun and caring. 




Kappa Lambda Nu 

Clio. . . 

222 College Avenue, North College 
(Clio House) . . . Lenny the Leopard 
Goddess Minerva . . . Gold and white 
We want our swing!! Pledging . . . 
the Owl, Disney Day 



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Kalo. . . 

Keister Hall . . . Pledging . 

Green and Gold 

"We're the men of Kappa Lambda Sigma" 

K*A*L*0, out to the A-field 

Kalo Grove . . . don't miss it! 

Where is OZ? 



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Knights of the Valley 

Knights . . . 

28 East Sheridan Avenue, Hearts anyone? 
KOV . . . we don't have pledges, w^e 
have friends . . . DECE . . . 
"Hello, this is Ray Reif — I forgot to 
pick-up my laundry!!" Center Hall Raiders 
Gordon Davis man is here — #!*(3)!* 
Purple and gold 



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Phi Lambda Sigma 

Philo. . . 

Literary Society? Hammond Hall 
Persecuted unjustly, Hammond 50, 
/nnocent, Loveable anytime, 
Only men on campus . . . signs of protest 
Pledging . . . Onion Day, Gold and blue. 
Car bash. Snake, Oldies Grove!! 
"Privileges can be denied; 
Brotherhood Cannot!" 





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Sigma Alpha Iota 

SAI. . . 

Silver . . . Red and white, 

Professional Music Fraternity for Women 

All-American Concert, Pickwell Concert 

SAI and Sinfonia Show . . . 

"Guys and Dolls" Conserv Formal 

Black Rose Pledge 



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Alpha Phi Omega 

Not Pictured 

A.P.O. . . . 

That's a big ten-four, Helping Hands weekend 

Right Here! Brotherhood, APO Book Exchange 

Who cares? service, convention!! 



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Phi Mu Alpha 

Not Pictured 

SINFONIA. . . 

Sinfonia Life Insurance is the best thing to have . . . 

I know! Right Jay-boy? Doc's Dance Band . . . T-bone, 

have it your way . . . Foxy, Quad Squad, Vegs . . . Hessy 

Who gives a whip? Opera vs. Jazz, the Bathmobile 

Headmouse, Ebes "Art Studio" . . . Wiseacre 




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spring 

arts 

festival 



Lebanon Valley College 

The Spring Arts Festival, an April weekend of smiles and sunshine, is now 
a five year-old tradition at the Valley. It is a carousel surrounding the par- 
ticipant with cultural experiences in almost every imaginable form. Every- 
one from toddler to senior citizen is free to browse, stroll, experience, par- 
ticipate, or just jive. From screeving to ballet, from drama to crafts the 
weekend has it all. Lebanon Valley's Spring Arts Festival is a three-day car- 
nival of fun, surprises, and merriment; the high point of the year. Spontane- 
ous, unpredictable, full of joy, it is one of the most precious of all college 



memories. 





Bridge Club 

Left to Right: G. Weller, G. Keyes, C. Kielb, P. Emmons. 



165 




Tri-Beta 



Front to Back: R. Chronister, D. Poust, P. Moeller, D. Reese, W. Lamphere, J. Cooper, C. Albright, M. 
Melenchick, T. Fisher, S. Adler, V. Breda, Dr. Wolf, C. Diemer, M. Steltz, T. DeKay, M. Hardinsky, T. 
Brown, J. Deroba, J. Walker, J. Shearer, F. Lichtner. 



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Chem Club 



Sitting: ]. Giovannini, K. McjC^rath, M. Miller, D. Reifsnyder, D. Housel, J. Pershing, D. Flohr, M. Moyer, Dr. Bailey. Standing: C. 
Edris, C. Penturelli, L. Freeds, P. Wise, D. Starke, P. Jones, J. Fackler, W. Goldberg, R. Harner. 




167 



Delta Tau Chi 




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Sitting: B. Keller, N., P. Gerber, H. Rainere, D. Star, N. Miller, R. Wilt, C. DeGroat, W. Shillady, T. Cebulka. Standing: M. Bennet- 
hum, D. Schaefer, L. Silverstien, D. Schackenbach, C. Fallows, N. Saxe. 



168 




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Business and Economics Club 

Sitting: L. Petty, L. Rathikoun, E. Burkhart, C. Sekerke, R. Georgic. Standing: C. Olsen, S. Lefever, J. Baker, R. 
Shumaker, D. Shoap, G. Sariotis, G. Kipp, C. Fisher. 



169 



Childhood Education Club 



Row 1: S. Roche, J. Albert, K. Cunningham, D. Schackenbach, P. Flood. Row 2: L. Buffington, K. Abbey, B. Boyd, C. Evans, 
S. Corso, L. Becthel, S. Dupont, K. Shuttleworth.i^ow 3: D. Schaefer, D. Beltz, N. Keslo, S. Deiling, J. Kochel, L. Shay, L. 
Flickenger, N. Ebling, T. Druitt, T. Dryferd, D. Whitton, M. Van Riper, Mrs. Herr. 




170 




Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

Row 1: B, Ingraham. Row 2: D. Doupe, T. Kreible, M. Steltz, N. Fasnacht, L. Petty. Row 3: L. Phifer, H. Rainier, 
P. Gerber, F. Scheeren. 



171 




Green Blotter 

L. Shivell, B. Scott, P. Neill 



172 



International Relations Club 




Front: K. Fienaur, Dr. Wethington, W. Cherry, B. McClelland. Back: B. Shillady, N. Streeter, M. Steltz. 



173 



Investment Club 



L. Shivell, D. Shoap, D. Doupe, B. Scott 



174 





Project 



Front: B. Hawkins, H. Rainer, L. Goodman, S. Bond, C. Bowen, J. Toby, M. Zerbe. Middle: M. Windham, L. Phifer, J. Kochel, K. 
McCutchin, R. Herold, T. O'kelly, T. Cebulka, D. Breder, N. Miller, S. Roche. Back: B. Ingraham, B. Shillady, M. Bennethum, M. 
Stout, J. Kowalchuk, P. Proctor, S. Carney, T. Kreible, G. Walters. 



175 




Quittie 



S. Spasseff, S. Crone, B. J. Dietz, M. Fuller, D. Kost, M. 
Achor, J. Hoffman, J. Cullather, L. Schwarz, L. Buffington 



176 




Russian Club 



Front: H. Amirault, A. Wallace, A. Kublius, M. Anderson, J. Warner. Middle: J. Pease, R. Modugna, Mrs. Hansen, J. Schoch, 
L. Guffy, F. Tavani. Back: B. Kendall, R. Reinhold, W. Weinschenck, C. Edris, J. Uhrich, T. Uhrich, D. Luckenbill. 




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Front: B. Boyer, D. Whittle, J. Walker, C. Knipe, L. Shivell, N. Fasnacht. Back: C. Leeper, B. Shillady, D. Ambler, F. 
Scheeren, Dean Marquette. 



178 




Student Senate 



Front: L. Wenger, C. Hickey, P. Johnson. Back: H. Shirk, S. Aleshire, L. Fuller, W. Dellinger. D. Everhart, J. Truscello, C. 
Kemmerer. 



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White Hats 



Front: P. Visneski, S. Dupont. Middle: L. Schwarz, K. Ruhland, M. VanRiper, S. Aleshire, J. Toby, S. Roche, K. 
McCutchin, N. Miller, S. Bates, J. Kochel, E. Gottlieb. Back: M. Stout, N. Nelson, T. Ebert, W. Mata, R. Longenecker, C. 
Eck, K. Keefer, W. Hope, N. DeAngelis, P. Proctor, L. Garret. 



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Alpha Phi 
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Front: J. Kern, L. Warfel. Middle: J. Lip- 
pert, J. Hoffman, K. Pry, L. Garrett, T. 
Jenks, S. Corso. 

Back: E. Donnely, H. Scott, M. Whitehead, 
L. Fuller, H. Johnson, S. Bates, S. Aleshire, 
S. Drackley, A. Roth. 





182 




Wig and Buckle 



Front: J. Kern, L. Warfel, J. Albert, S. Bates. Middle: J. Lippert, J. Hoffman, K. Pry, T. Jenks, H. Amirault, L. Fuller, P. Mann, 
S. Drackley. Back: L. Buffington, N. DeAngelis, S. Spaseff, E. Gottleib, H. Scott, S. Corso, M. Whitehesd, H. Johnson, E. 
Donnley, S. Aleshire, L. Garrett, A. Roth, C. Leeper. 



183 




M.E.N. C. 



Front: J. Kern, C. Potter, J. Reisch, R. Risser, P. Olver, C. Burkholder, R. White. Center: K. Diehl, V. Hancock, R. Burkholder, D. 
Rupert, L. Meyer, C, H. Hall, K. Kocher, D. Hannigan, R. Smith, R. Rowand. Back: Mr. Curfman, H. Johnson, B. Dunn, M. 
McCaully, W. Sost, P. Sipe, J. Bilger, D. Moore, R. Moffett, L. Mannick, W. Rozelle, S. Schucker, P. Horn, P. Wannemacher, T. 
Fick, D. Amsdden. 



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Concert Choir 




185 




Chapel Choir 



186 



Guild Student Group 



Front: D. Horst, L. Meyer, R. Burkholder, H. Hall. Back: D. Auchenbach, R. Risser, G. Fernsler, M. Dolenski, M. 
Fuller. 




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College 
Choir 





188 





Jazz Band 



189 




1974-75 Marching Band 



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LVC 
22 

3 
38 
21 
45 
14 

7 
33 
34 



Record: 5-4 






OPP. 


Widener 


41 


Dickinson 


10 


Ursinus 


7 


Muhlenberg 


20 


Swarthmore 





Moravian 


16 


F.&M. 


47 


Albright 


7 


W. Maryland 


21 



FIELD HOCKEY 





Record: 3-6-2 




LVC 




OPP. 


2 


Messiah 


2 


1 


Dickinson 


5 


3 


W. Maryland 








Kutztown 


3 


2 


Millersville 


4 


1 


Elizabethtown 


3 





York 





3 


Susquehanna 


2 


4 


Gettysburg 


7 


1 


F.&M. 


4 


4 


Shippensburg 


3 





CROSS 










COUNTRY 






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Record: 10-9 


OPP. 








King's 


24 








Susquehanna 


23 








Haverford 


44 








York 


27 








Eastern 


37 








Muhlenberg 


29 








Wilkes 


33 








Delaware Valley 


21 








Swarthmore 


19 








Textile 


36 








Messiah 
Johns Hopkins 
F.&M. 


19 
20 

17 




SOCCER 




W. Maryland 

Washington 

Dickinson 

Elizabethtown 

Albright 

P.S. Capitol 


29 
46 
23 
32 
29 
34 


LVC 



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Record: 0-12 

Baptist Bible 
Eastern 
Scranton 
Dickinson 


OPP. 
6 
3 
5 
5 









Millersville 


3 






1 


Susquehanna 


7 






2 


Ursinus 


5 






1 


F.&M. 


9 









Messiah 


5 






1 


Muhlenberg 


7 









Moravian 


8 









Spring Garden 


7 




Football 



The 1975-76 gridders gave all they 
had all the time. Despite numerous 
injuries and bad breaks the team ended 
the season with a 4-4 M.A.C. record and 
a 5-4 overall record. The highlight of 
this season was the teams 33-7 victory 
over old rival Albright and the tradi- 
tional extra days vacation. 





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Row 1: K. Reed, Assist. Coach, T. Reese, S. Osborn, J. Uhrich, R. Rupich, P. Thompson, S. Hazel, D. Dahms, F. Lichter, F. 
Kushler, T. Sheaffer, C. Cosslett, H. Englehart, S. Rudowsky, L. Sorrentino, Coach. Row 2: G. Petrofes Ath. Director, D. 
Schleder, H. Bratton, R. Boldissar, D. Witman, J. Gibbons, E. Imhof, F. Scheeren, B. Lippencott, J. Truscello, R. Gassert, B. 
Kirkhoff, J. Witman, B. Rakow, Assist. Coach. Row 3: C. Zoll, T. Jordan, M. Earles, S. Hoover, M. Pearson, C. Derr, K. Day- 
hoff, A. Kanaskie, }. Harwick, P. Kimball, B. Miller, T. Uhrich, G. Rhoads, F. Tavani. Row 4: K. Miller, C. Swingle, S. 
Tooker, J. Gerchak, B. Joraskie, J. Barbarich, E. Helm, B. Gartner, T. Kreible, T. Jordan, M. Osevala, J. Davis, D. Villiotti, R. 
Coleman, C. Eyler, Assist. Coach. Row 5: F. Goudy Assist Coach, T. Kline, Trainer, D. Luckenbill, C. Blevins, J. Beasley, K. 
Kominiak, B. Ross, R. Afflebach, S. Gomm. B. Haweley, D. Kramer, N. Frosberg, S. Hussey, B. Reinhold. 





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Field Hockey 




The field Hockey season was not one of 
Valley's better seasons. The girls ended up 
with a 3-6-2 record. The climax of the sea- 
son was the last game of the season when 
the girls upset a tough Shippensberg team, 4 
to 3. 




Row 1: L. Hostetter, R. Monroe, D. Snyder, D. Dickson, V. Bosley, C. Boehler. Row 2: B. Brumbaugh, B. 
McClelland, N. Murphy, A. Bowie, Coach Walters, K. Davidson, G. Roth, M. Bauer, S. Crone. 



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Soccer 

The 1974-75 soccer season 

was not full of memorable 

experiences. Though low in 

experience, the team was 

high in desire, and their play 

was characterized by their 

constant hustle even in the 

midst of frustration. 




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Row 1: C. Knipe, G. Lucas, C. Woolbaugh, L. Petty, R. Kohlhepp, K. Nakajima. Row 2: J. Sprectier, J. Hornberger, F. Harpel, G. Niell, D. 
Baker, R. Dorset, R. Chronister, C. Nikoloff. Row 3: Coach Bensing, M. Hebda, J. Donnelly, W. Kobasa, L. Morgan, R. Hildebrand, N. 
Fasnacht, Coach Wilhelm. 



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Cross- Co un try 

Plagued with injuries the LVC harriers turned in a 
10-9 season record placing ninth in the M.A.C. With 
seven returning members and the addition of a few 
good freshmen the team should have a winning sea- 
son next year also. 




Row 1: J. Davis, Coach, J. Manwiller, R. Smedley, B. Satko, G. Weller, S. Boohar. Row 2: J. Meyer, K. Clarkson, G. Keyes, K. 
Carey. 



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BASKETBALL 




LVC 

78 

82 

70 

95 

61 

50 

49 

69 

68 

63 

57 

72 

74 

65 

63 

81 

45 

75 

74 

95 

73 

81 



Record: 9-13 


OPP. 




Messiah 


77 




York 


76 




Elizabethtown 


93 




Swarthmore 


78 




Albright 


56 




Mt. St. Mary's 


81 




EHzabethtown 


58 




Haverford (OT) 


73 




Millersville 


104 




Susquehanna 


62 




Towson State 


97 


LVC 


F. &M. 


86 


18 


Johns Hopkins 


79 


58 


Muhlenberg 


60 


37 


Dicninson 


81 


56 


Washington 


84 


35 


Widener 


61 


35 


Moravian 


71 




Albright 


84 




Ursinus 


92 




W. Maryland (OT) 


68 




Wilkes 


84 





WOMEN'S 





Record 




OPP. 


F.&M. 


23 


Susquehanna 


26 


W. Maryland 


53 


Lancaster Bible 


37 


Albright 


44 


Elizabethtown 


53 







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Record: 15-3 








LVC 


OPP. 






36 


Albright 


9 






17 


Delaware Valley 


24 






26 


Widener 


20 






32 


Juniata 


14 






60 


U.M.B.C. 









24 


Messiah 


14 


BASKETBALL 




48 

21 


Scranton 
Moravian 


9 

15 






42 


Susquehanna 


15 


4-8 




38 


Muhlenberg 


5 


LVC OPP. 


36 


Baptist Bible 


9 


47 Eastern 


39 


43 


Haverford 


5 


50 York 


54 


26 


W. Maryland 


8 


555 Wilson 


30 


43 


Phlia. Bible 


6 


55 Messiah 


59 


24 


Swarthmore 


15 


42 Millersville 


80 


35 


Juniata 


2 


49 Dickinson 


55 


11 


Lycoming 


24 




Basketball 

The 1975-76 Basketball sea- 
son was not full of memorable 
experiences. Ending with a 5-6 
Middle Atlantic Conference 
South record and a 9-13 over- 
all record the hoopsters 
brought home few laurels. 
Though their record was poor 
the team exhibited much 
desire characterized by their 
constant hustle. 



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Row 1: G. Scott, C. Gacono, J. Ewin, C. Mosteller, N. Fasnacht, G. Kline. Row 2: Coach G. Petrofes, R. Reif, F. Scheeren, L. 
Preister, D. Doupe, C. Blevins, S. Sanko, H. Bratton, D. Dahms, J. Truscello, D. DeMuth. 



214 




Wrestling 



Wrestling was one of the bright spots for 
LVC sports. The team turned in a 15-3 sea- 
son record placing sixth in the conference 
along with capturing several first places in 
tournaments. Senior, Steve Sanko, was cho- 
sen as LVC's first All-American wrestler. 



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Women s Basketball 




Row 1: C. Boehler, Coach Yuhas, D. Speir, J. 
Schweizerhof. Row 2:]. Sweigart, M. Paxton, A. 
Morbach, D. Drybread. 




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What this years team lacked in points 
was made up for by the girls determina- 
tion and enthusiasm. We try harder! 






219 




BASEBALL 



Record: 5-12 



LVC 




OPP. 


7 


Eastern 


3 


7 


Eastern 


1 


5 


Muhlenberg 


3 


1 


Muhlenberg 


4 


1 


Millersville 


18 


4 


Gettysburg 


11 


6 


W. Maryland 


4 


5 


W. Maryland 


10 


5 


Dickinson 


11 


1 


F.&M. 


15 


8 


Widener 


10 


7 


Widener 


11 


6 


Johns Hopkins 


4 


1 


Elizabethtown 


5 


4 


Moravin 


8 


3 


Textile 


12 


1 


Textile 


13 



LACROSSE 



LVC 

4 

8 
12 

3 

g 

7 

11 

5 

g 

7 



Record: 3-7 

Dickinson 

Haverford 

Stevens Trade 

F.&M. 

Muhlenberg 

Wilkes 

Widener 

W. Maryland 

Gettysburg 

Swarthmore 



OPP. 

7 

9 

4 

21 

8 

9 

3 

7 

10 

11 




GOLF 



LVC 

413 

439 

439 

408 

413 

405 

403 

403 

405 

405 

395 

406 

406 

406 

408 

408 

401 

401 



Record: 13-6 


OPP. 




Dickinson 


400 




Haverford 


434 




Wilkes 


436 




Albright 


425 




Widener 


437 




P.S. Capitol 


438 




Ursinus 


423 




Johns Hopkins 


448 




Delaware Valley 


418 




W. Maryland 


423 




F.&M. 


419 




Muhlenberg 


411 




Allentown 


454 




Lycoming 


464 




Moravian 


393 




Elizabethtown 


409 




Scranton 


394 


LVC 


P.S. Capitol 


491 


62 

96 

84% 
100 
107 

81 

90% 

90% 
124 

70 

93 
100 
100 




TRACK 



Record: 11-2 






OPP 


Dickinson 


83 


Towson State 


49 


Muhlenberg 


60% 


Albright 


45 


Washington 


34 


Delaware Valley 


64 


Johns Hopkins 


72% 


Haverford 


17 


Baptist Bible 


21 


F.&M. 


75 


W. Maryland 


52 


York 


49 


Elizabethtown 


31 






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LACROSSE 

A somewhat disappointing sea- 
son for the LVC stickmen who 
turned in a 3-7 record. More work 
and practice should help next 
years team improve this record. 





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Row 1: D. Franz, D. Oehler, F. Kushler, T. Schaeffer, M. Hardinsky. Row 2:]. Boczon, T. Johnson, E. Vinarski, E. Neidig, K. 
Dayhoff, B. Harris. Row 3:]. Schoch, P. Johnson, J. Muldoon, E. Muldoon, M. Osevala, R. Moduno, B. Weinschenk. 



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Baseball 

Although the season was 
somewhat disappointing the 
baseball team did hustle-off a 
few wins ending the season 
with a 5-12 record. We can 
only get better! 





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Row 1: B. Palmer, R. Barnett, D. Borgner, J. DeRoba, R. 
Wagner, D. Baker. Row 2: A. Morbach, J. Fenimore, J. 
Uhrich, K. Kulp, N. Frosberg, Coach Wilhelm. Row 3: J. 
Uhrich, T. Uhrich, R. Hess, S. Spencer, S. Lebo, R. Kirk- 
hoff, }. Manwiller. 



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Women s Lacrosse 

The 1975-76 season was one of build- 
ing for the future. This was the first 
year that a spring sport was offered to 
the girls and though many lacked expe- 
rience sparked on the building process. 



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Row 1: N. Snyder, B. Darris, J. Garber, S. Adler, 
D. Wiley, C. Boehler, L. Arnold. 
Row 2: C . J. Walker. C. Deimer, M. S. Anderson. 
Row 3: Coach Yuhas, N. Murphey, L. Opher, S. 
Hackman, L. Heinzleman, P. Moeller, S. 
Dupont, D. Drybread, S. Grundy, L. Snavely, R. 
Monroe, G. Roth, B. J. Dietz, J. Schwiezerhof. 







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Track 



An outstanding season with many a 
record breaking victory was the story of this 
years track team. With the return of a num- 
ber of lettermen the coming season should 
also prove to be excellent. 




Row 1: A. Maree, R. Coleman, P. Kimball, T. Kreible, C. Blevins, H. Bratton, K. Clarkson, G. Weller. Row 2: J. Halbleib, B. 
Scully, J. Barbarish, J. Fackler, J. Ewin. Row 3: Coach Reed, L. Preister, J. Davis, G. Grace, R. Gassert, T. Hassinger, M. Brown, 
B. Joraskie. 



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Golf 



LVC's linksmen handed in a very impressive 
13-6 record which gave them a fourth place 
standing in the Middle Atlantic Conference. 
With the return of all but tw^o of this years team 
the 1976 season could be promising. 



Row 1: Coach Petrofes, S. Carney, C. Mosteller, B. Johns. Row 2: C. Dickson, J. Bolla, R. Paddock. 



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S-C-O-R-E 

The Cheerleading Squads chief purpose is to arouse 
and direct the spirit of the students including the 
"Bleacher Bums," who delight in risque, off-color 
cheers and chants against opponents. 



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