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1 gBODUITAPHILLIA 
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Table of Contents 

Qtudent Guide 4 

9pecial Events 17 

Qeniors 32 

Faculty and 
Administration 62 

Organizations 82 

Campus Living 1 08 

Greeks 1 30 

Athletics 1 50 




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Foreword 

Lebanon Valley College is 
many things to many ditferent 
people. Nobody would deny, 
however, that the Valley has a 
personality all its own. This per- 
sonality is a product of a diverse 
and very unique student body. 
Thus, the 1980 Quittie is not just 
a book of sterile buildings, differ- 
ential equations, and campus 
changes. It is a book of people. 
Its raison d'etre has been to 
present a more in-depth view of 
life at the Valley through a closer 
look at some of the people who, 
for a while, call Lebanon Valley 
College their home. 

Quite intentionally, the book is 
aimed at the individual in sports, 
organizations, fraternities, and so 
forth — with the initial opening 
section serving as a brief encap- 
sulation of LVC — academically, 
athletically, and likewise, in 
regard to student life. 

It is hoped that this publication 
will bring back good memories of 
the past collegiate year. Most 
importantly, the 1980 Quittie is 
finally a book by, for, and about 
the "students of the Valley," and 
that's the way it should be. 
— Pam Shadel 






A Student 

Guide to 

the Valley 

A Athletes, Art, ABC 

"Is that thing really supposed to be 
art?" "Beats me! The only picture I know 
is Whistler's Mother." 

Athletes really do enroll at the Valley 
and yes LVC does have winning teams. In 
fact, the school even got a plug by How- 
ard Cosellon ABC. 

"Can you believe it, ABC sports is 
coming here " "I've got to call my mom." 
"Let's have a tailgating party." 

B Bars, Benches, Book- 
Store (Beer see Illegal) 

"It's Thursday, are you going to the 
bar?" "God yes, I deserve it making it 
through this week!!" "Rich's or John- 
son's?" "Why not check out both?" 
"We're there!" 

"Let's sit in the Quad and wait for the 
football team to come through." 

"Hey frosh, off that bench." "Maybe if 
we paint it red''??" 

Everyone loves to visit the bookstore as 
soon as a new semester begins: 




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C Cemetery, Coffee Hour, 
Cars 

The cemetery does not have to be a 
depressing place. Pledges have fun roll- 
ing kegs up the hill, while other students 
enjoy traying down. 

Coffee hour is the place to see who has 
pulled an all-nighter as they down five 
cups of "valley coffee." In addition, it's a 
great place to mingle with faculty and fel- 
low students. 

You can not survive on this campus 
without a car! If the pressure doesn't kill 
you, the food will. You just have to 
escape sometimes. 

D Distributor, Drama 
(Dining see Eating) 

"Anyone want to put in a buck, I'nr 
going to Palmyra for a keg?" The Valle> 
student keeps the local distributors in 
business! 

From musicals to morality plays, the 
Valley has done them all. It's Central PA's 
own little Broadway. 




E Eating, Exams 



If you can handle the dining hall day in 
and day out, you've got a cast iron stom- 
ach! Such appetizing dishes like chuck 
wagon and Salisbury steak (better known 
as mystery meats) make you want to flee 
to Wendy's or McDonalds. 

For those who like a late night snack to 
break up the all-nighter. Sambo's and the 
Wedgewood aren't bad. Dunkin Donuts is 
also available if you can stand the com- 
pany. 

Never in all the years of higher educa- 
tion has one school had such an incredi- 
ble mass of back tests. Thank you Lord! 



F Arts Festival, Frosh, Frats 

The Arts Festival better known as 
"Spring Drugs Weekend," is a great 
excuse to put away the books and screw 
off. 

Freshmen just seem to stand out in the 
crowd. (See large vertical photo on this 
page.) Either they look lost, scared, or 
they're the girls who constantly carry a 
pocketbook. 

Valley Frats Want You! A fraternity will 
teach you humility, pride, patience, and 
how to determine which one of 25 guys 
borrowed your new Playboy. Brother- 
hood is very big in fraternities, and why 
not? When you live with 25 guys all of 
whom have seen you go to the bathroom, 
shave, get very drunk or very stoned, and 
'tDtherwise have seen you as the ass you 
sometimes are, you either love 'em or 
hate 'em or a little of both. 





G Graffiti, Groves, Graduation 

*/#!!*/© the obscene even have a 
place at the Valley. But every once in a 
while they get their hands smacked and 
the board and markers are taken away as 
punishment for their nasty scribbles. 

The grove was also taken away and 
unfortunately we can not get it back (at 
the present time we just got the grove 
back — hallelujah!) Stan's Disco was 
great but that went out of business and 
so did the student's social life. Let's face 
it, standing elbow to elbow in a crowded 
hall way just isn't a good time!!! 

Graduating seniors are the people who 
still smile during finals week." 

(Grades see Frustration) 



H Hell Night, Homecoming 

All right you worthless pledges, lets see 
if you can survive the ultimate in mind 
games because it's "HELL NIGHT!" "Get 
your bras and underwear." Once you 
make it, you know that you could never 
go through it again. 

Alumni return in droves and "Dutch- 
man pride" comes alive for the Home- 
coming festivities. After several lackluster 
years of participation by campus organi- 
zations, the parade of floats was revital- 
zed. The most welcome addition was the 
election of a senior Homecoming Queen 
— Congrats Elyce! The spectating stu- 
dents sipped their "gloved Michelobs" 
and cheered the Dutchmen on to a 14-7 
triumph over the Devils. 




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I Intramurals, Illegal, I.D.'s, 
Infirmary 

Varsity football is not the roughest 
sport on campus; intramurals are by far 
more injurious. The players are often for- 
mer high school jocks, whose main idea 
is "get in there and kill," especially if you 
belong to a fraternity (Rivalry: Kalo-Philo 
see R.) Whether because of tension from 
school or over enthusiasm, every try is 
100% effort, and the infirmary is filled for 
vi/eeks. 

When speaking of the infirmary, always 
use a "Dutchy Accent." "Come on in for 
your physical." "Any illness, surgery or 
other problems." "No." "Okay, go play, 
remember we're here to help you." When 
you're sick the infirmary always gives you 
pills to make you sleep. This is absurd 
because they know darn well no one has 
time to sleep! 

Illegal and I.D.'s are actually one and 
the same. If you don't have one you use 
someone else's. Just don't get caught by 
Officer Finkle. 



J Jazz Band, Jogging 

Improvisational jazz, upbeat rock, gol- 
den oldies, whatever your favorite is the 
J-Band plays it. 

Everyone takes to the streets, espe- 
cially Maple, on those beautiful spring 
days. Just remember to run on the right 
side of the street! Annville now gives tick- 
ets for illegal jogging. 





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K Kreiderheim, Kegs, Kreide 



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Kreiderheim is that big, old house that sits 
on the hill and that everyone longs to walk 
through The current occupants always 
extend a welcome to students who want to 
frolick on the frozen ponds. 

Five a.m. is the safest time to bring in a 
new keg. This is one of the few times when 
dorm halls are nearly empty. Recently a new 
rash of keg parties has erupted in the men's 
dorms The parties are quite unique, a keg 
in the shower and girls admitted free of 
charge The beer supply is relatively aafe for 
a time, but news spreads by osmosis, and 
soon a roadtrip to Palmyra is once again 
required 

(See: Distributor) 






irA '- 1,\ ^'4' ' ^ *■ Labs, Leisure, Lines, Lampposts 



Labs can make total strangers become 
dear friends or sworn enemies. "Hurry up, 
dammit' I'm going home today." "Hey 
watch that acid' Oh, well, I didn't like that 
shirt anyway" If you're a science major you 
might as well move your bed into the lab 

Everyone says leisure time can be spent 
goofing off on campus First of all, who 
came up with the brilliant idea that a Valley 
student has leisure time'^ And second, we 
have to find or search for things to do, 
because the bustling metropolis of Annville 
goes to sleep every night at 9:00 

No matter how early you go to dinner you 
always wind up at the end of the line This is 
due to the fact that the people in front of you 
always leave up their friends and their 
friends, friends and so on and so forth . . . 

"Kicked out any lampposts lately'^" 




M Miller's, Mail 

One of Annville's hotspots is Miller's 
Market. What a thrill it is to get your pay- 
check snd run down to the store for a six- 
pack of Tab and a jumbo box of Wheat 
Thins. 

"Why IS the other guy in my box so 
darn popular'? He's got twenty letters to 
my one; I think he's writing to himself." 
Getting mail can cheer up the day and 
not getting it for weeks can make you 
want to eat worms. Ads are even wel- 
come at times, but the Big Two are pack- 
ages and love letters. In most people's 
hearts the letter comes first, but a box 
ranks close behind. Care packages from 
home make the receiver envied by every- 
one on the floor. 



N Nukes, Nightlife 



The Valley loses just as many new stu- 
dents to the fear of Nuclear holocaust as 
it does to an invisible cum. Thanks Met 
Ed for building Three Mile Island "right in 
our own backyard." 

A nightlife is an extinct species. Unless 
of course you have a car and can escape 
from Annville to Mother's or some other 
form of relaxation. 

Every once in a while, the nightlife is 
exciting. For example, the Saturday night 
football game at Albright was a superthril- 
ler. Who will ever forget the electricity as 
the scoreboard counted down the final 
minutes. It was a beautiful victory, 
SHEER ECSTASY!!! 

(See; Your Place) 



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Out-of-state, Outdoors 

Being an out-of-state student means 
you try not to think too much of home; 
that's one place you're not going to see 
for a long time. Happiness is meeting 
someone from your hometown, homes- 
ickness is honking at a car with your state 
license tag. Being out-of-state involves 
defending your section of the country. 
Sooner or later, you'll wonder if the high 
tuition is wnrth it. 

As soon as the sun shines and warm 

winds blow, the Valley student takes to 

the great outdoors. If they aren't playing 

frisbee, they hit the beach on the A-field. 

(See; Ultimate) 



P Pledging, Pip, Popcorn 

If you are into public displays, like to 
wear your clothes backward, inside out 
and upside down, have a taste for gour- 
met delights, love to get up at 5:30 am, 
and can laugh at yourself, you are a 
prime candidate for fraternity and sorority 
pledging. 

Pip IS the campus hound who looks like 
he is on his last leg. One day he con- 
sumed 14 pounds of K-rations and 
couldn't walk away from that spot for two 
days. 

One of the greatest excuses for a study 
break is a "popcorn fit." Just ask the girls 
on 3rd Green! 






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Q Quarry, Quad 



The campus swimming hole is a great 
place to test out your ability to withstarid 
heights. Boy is that water cold, 
brrrrrrrrrrrrr! 

The Quad has many functions. Not 
only is it located at the center of campus, 
it's also a great place to shoot the breeze 
and to view the males who troop oft the 
A-field from practice. Gome rather ingeni- 
ous souls have conjured up several more 
uses for the Quad: howling at Green at 
3:00 am,, smashing urinals from Kreider, 
and scribbling obscenities. (Editor's 
Note: Q also stands for the Quad and the 
Quittie, two excellent publications.) 



R Registration, Rowdy 

Once you have successfully completed 
filling out all fourteen forms in triplicate, 
you may move on to the final table and 
pray you'll get the okay. If not, well start 
all over again, 

(See, Frustration) 

People get rowdy in many different 
ways. It's their way of getting all their 
frustrations out of their systems after a 
week of papers, tests, quizzes, and lec- 
tures. Usually, the rowdy can be heard 
coming back from Rich's Monday, Tues- 
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sat- 
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9 Sheeting, Sleep, Studying 

Sheeting is another one ot those primal 
rituals that sets the traternity brothers 
apart from the residents. Female fresh- 
men always scream, slam their doors, 
and bolt themselves in when the guys 
come on the floor. The upperclass 
women simply ove it! 

While it may L ^ true that there are still 
eight hours to sle after six hours of 
classes, three hours of playing racquet- 
ball with your roommate, half a dozen 
hours studying and a couple of hours at 
the Center watching the Flyers and girls, 
it has yet to work out. Either some pyro- 
maniac sets oft his latest smoke bomb in 
the middle of your dirty dream, or a friend 
from third floor wakes you up to state that 
a greasy towny tried to pick her up at 
Rich's 

(.Studying see Procrastination.) 



T Tug-0-War, Tackshop, Turkey 
Hill 

Freshmen 0-Sophomore 1 . This long 
standing tradition is usually won by the 
Sophomore class. The Class of 81 , how- 
ever, IS the first class to totally screw up 
the record by not winning any, 

Jeans, cords, and bibs are the stand- 
ard dress here at the Valley. The students 
keep the Tack Shop in business and the 
ABC Football game gave the owners of 
the shop a ton of free advertising. The 
late night rowdies also enjoy tipping the 
cows next to the Tack Shop. 

The minit market is the place to go for 
slushes, gas, and cigarettes. 



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U Upperclassmen, Ultimate 

To the right is an example of the typical 
upperclassmen. For some reason this 
individual looks very similar to the typical 
freshman. 

(See: Freshman) 

The latest craze on campus is Ultimate 
or frisbee football. Instead of studying on 
a Sunday afternoon, everyone takes to 
the A-field and tosses a frisbee. Competi- 
tion is fierce and the stakes are high, but 
everyone has a great time. 



V Vacations, Vandalism, Valentine 

We love when they come and hate 
when they go. In the fall we live for Long 
Weekend and in the spring we just about 
die until the arrival of Spring Break. The 
ironic thing about all this is that we can't 
wait to come back at the end of summer 
vacation. 

Russia has communism, Spain has 
facism, and the Valley has vandalism. 
The art of destruction is not only prac- 
ticed by the Red Avenger and his trusty 
can of spray paint, but even some Row- 
dies go beyond gentle fun and destroy a 
couple of lampposts and bathrooms, 

A new tradition at the Valley is the elec- 
tion of a freshman Valentine Queen. The 
first queen was Sue Newman however, 
Scott Mailen stole the crown and decided 
to take all of the honors. 



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W Weekends, Wally, Weather 

"Weekends were made for Michelob" 
. . . and they always start on Thursday 
night. 

If there was ever a household name at 
the Valley it's Wally. This fun, loving per- 
son can be found at or is controlling the 
College Center desk. He is often decked 
out in a bright orange jacket and is 
always talking about the Flyers. 

Annville's weather is as erratic as a 
percolator. One day you're in short 
sleeves; the next in a heavy coat or under 
an umbrella. It changes at precisely the 
wrong time. Sudden rain storms appear 
only when class is a must and turns the 
quad into a lake and several swamps. 
People soon get tired of frostbite and 
sogginess: sunny spring days are 
greeted with exhilaration and a lot of bare 
skin, thus improving the scenery 1 00%. 



X Extra-Curricular, X-Rated 

This letter was tough to fill, so I took the 
liberty that comes with the job and 
decided to cheat. The Valley does have 
many extra curricular activities ranging 
from the yearbook to the Ice Hockey 
Club. If you spend four years here and 
say there isn't anything to get involved in, 
that isn't anyone's fault but your own. 

(See: Nightlife) 

The old saying is that pictures speak a 
thousand words — this goes double for 
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Your Place Restaurant is a standing 
favorite among Dutclnmen. Besides offer- 
ing the best stromboli and beer in town, 
the relaxed atmosphere is a great change 
from the high strung tensions of good old 
LVC. Once again, you need wheels to get 
there. If you go on a Friday night the 
place is bound to be filled up by the Val- 
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Z Zany, Zero 



Since none of my photographers took 
any pictures of Your Place, I've devoted 
the photos on this page to all the zany, 
weird things we have all done as students 
of the Valley. I'm sure I have missed a few 
things, but this will give you a chance to 
reminisce. 

Zero is the average of that pop test 
grade, plus the number of dates last 
month, plus the balance in the checking 
account. It's the temperature when you 
have a flat tire on your first date at the 
Valley, and the score with the girl when 
you at last show up. Zexoes are like holes 
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Ann Marie Aaron 

Business Adminis+ra+ion 

Philosophy 

Hershey, PA 



Virginia Susan Albright 

Nursing 
Lebanon, PA 



Debra Jo Alexander 

Political Science 
Harrisburg, PA 



John Henry Allen 

Business Adminis+ra+ion 

M+. Royal, NJ 



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Jeffrey Kent Allison 

Business Adminis+ra+ion 
Harrlsburg, PA 



David George Anderson 

Psychology 

Little Falls, NJ 





Llaine Ellen Aunspach 

Psychology 

Jonestown, PA 




Gary Lee Barnes 

History 
Lutherville, MD 




Eugene Furman Barry 

Political Science 

Lebanon, PA 




Wanda Ru+h Bashore 

Elennentary Education 
Reading, PA 




Lisa Woodson Baughnnan 

English 
Hagerstown, MD 











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Brenda R. Benneti 

Business Administration 

Boothwyn, PA 




Mary Ellen Blouch 

Religion 

Cleona, PA 




John Donaldson Boag, Jr. 

History 

Vienna, VA 







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Cindy Sue Boyce 
Social Service 
Elysburg, PA 




Gall Ellen Boyer 

Elementary Education 

Lebanon, PA 




Dorothy Ellen Boyle 

Social Service 

Trenton, NJ 




Paul William Brockie 

Accounting 
Keyport, NJ 




Rick Lee Brubaker 

Music Education 

Hummelstov/n, PA 




Mary Ellen Buonaui+o 

Biology 

Parlin, NJ 




Michael Brian Bu+erbaugh 
Music Education 
Waynesboro, PA 




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Ann Marie Calhoon 

Biology 

Hummelstown, PA 







Roque John Calvo 

Business Administration 
Bethlehem, PA 



Elyce Rose Chadwick 

Business Administration 

Oxen Hill, MD 



John Shernnan Channplin 

Business Administration 

Endwell, NY 



Karen Leslie Chisholm 

Accounting 

Levittown, NY 



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Sina Louise Cipolla 

Nursing 
Williamsport, PA 




Desra Ann Cook 

Business Administration 

Sociology 

Mechanicsburg, PA 




June Arlene Collier 
Elementary Education 
Wildwood Crest, NJ 




Leslie Jean Cornelius 

Business Administration 

Fort Collins, CO 





Joel Leslie Deaner 

Religion 
New Columbia, PA 




Nicholas C. DiMartino 

English 
Pennsauken, NJ 





Mary Ka+hryn Douglas 

English 

Piscaraway, NJ 



Richard Edward Due 

Business Administration 

Franklin Square, NY 



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Jean Lorraine Eberly 

Social Service 

Newmanstown, PA 




Robin Kay Edwards 

Chemls+ry 

Levit+own, PA 





David John Eiceman 

Social Science 
Lebanon, PA 



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Erika Christine Fairlamb 

Elementary Education 
Psychology 
Annville, PA 




Sheryl Ann Fitzgerald 

Nursing 

Camp Hill, PA 




Louis J. Fitzpatrick, III 

Chemistry 

Duncannon, PA 



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Demise Alice Poor 

Nursing 

Everett, PA 




Amy Elizabeth Fowler 

French 

Emmau, PA 




Linda Carol Friskey 

English 
Ellicott, MD 




Bdward Thomas Fritz, Jr. 

Foreign Languages 

Sociology 

Lebanon, PA 




Walter Francis Fullam 

English 

Furlong, PA 




Gary Samuel Furman, Jr. 

Chemistry 

West Milford, NJ 




Michael James Gamier 

Social Science 

Falls Church, VA 




Frank Gerald Gerace 
Music Education 
New Castle, DE 




Jennie Anne Giachero 

Mathematics 
Bridgewater, NJ 




Linda Michele Gingrich 

Music Education 

Lancaster, PA 




Alison Ann Gittleman 
Social Service 
Pottsville, PA 




David Charles Gorman 

History 
Newtown Square, PA 



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Pe+er Roy Gower 

Spanish 

Camp Hill, PA 




Vickl Jean Greb 

Elementary Education 

Homer, NY 







Beth Ann Green 

Biology 

Denville, NJ 




Mark Kevin Grove 

Biology 

Red Lion, PA 




Lorl Wynne Grunenthal 

Nursing 

Seaford, NY 




Wilhelmina Gunther 

Social Service 

Willingboro, NJ 




Nancy Elizabeth Gyger 

Music Education 
Kimberton, PA 




David Walter Hagerich 

Music Education 

Music 
Camp Hill, PA 




Matthew Martin Hall 

Chemistry 

EllicottCity, MD 




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Kenneth Lindsay Haman 

Business Adminis+ra+ion 

West Lawn, PA 



Ricky Eugene Hartman 

Chemistry 

Lebanon, PA 







James Edward Haupt 

Religion 
Al+oona, PA 



Laura Anne Hendersho+ 

Biology 

Warren, NJ 



Bruce Douglas Henning 

Chemistry 
Lebanon, PA 



Holly Ann Hibler 

Social Service 

Hacltettstown, NJ 




Jan Leslie Hoermann 

Business Administration 

Sociology 

West Caldwell, NJ 






Henry Frederick Hoff 

Political Science 
Magnolia, NJ 



Thonnas Vastlne Hoffman 

Accounting 
Berwick, PA 



Julia Lynn Hoover 

Music 

Big Flats, NY 



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Derek Michael Hoppes 

Sociology 

Albur+is, PA 




Keith Raymond Hot+le 

Music Education 

Allen+own, PA 




Gregory Lee llioff 

Biochemis+ry 

Harrisburg, PA 




Andrea Carol Jeckel 

Music Education 

Ledyard, CT 






Jo Ann Jeffers 

Biology 

Mansfield, PA 



Sandra Elaine Jensen 
Music Education 
Succasunna, NJ 




Cindy Mae Johnson 

Nursing 
Bellefonte, PA 




Kevin William Johnson 

Religion 

Moscow, PA 




Jack Gordon Jolly 

Physics 

Watchung, NJ 




Jack Daniel Jordan 

Social Service 

Media, PA 



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Cafherine Irene Kaylor 

Psychology 

Annville, PA 




Robin Elizabefh Kennedy 

Psychology 

Madison, CT 




Paul Gary Keyes 

Polifical Science 

Allentown, PA 




Cynfhia Suzanne Kibn 

Acfuarial Science 

Dover, DE 





Marion Davis Klein 

Religion 

Sociology 

HaHield, PA 




Michael Richard Kohler 

Music Education 

Palmyra, PA 




John Thomas Kolafer, Jr. 

Social Service 

Warren, NJ 




Randy Melvin Kreider 

Chemistry 

Myersfown, PA 




Stephan S. Kreiser 
Accounting 
Lykens, PA 



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Lori Sue Krenik 

Music Education 
Eas+on, PA 




John William Krieg 

Accounting 
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 




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Valerie Lynn Kuhn 

Elementary Education 

Easton, PA 




Be+h Ellen LaClair 
Elementary Education 
New Kenningston, PA 







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Sociology 
Marlton, NJ 





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Music Education 

Pittsburgh, PA 



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Beth M. Leary 

Biology 
Alexandria, VA 




Margaret Flood Legg 

Business Administration 
Annville, PA 




Kevin Thomas Leddy 
Social Service 
Po+tsville, PA 




Michael Frank Lennons 

Business Administration 

Psychology 

New Providence, NJ 




Virginia Marie Lesser 

Biology 

Mt. Carmel, PA 



George Albert Loder 

Political Science 

Northfield, NJ 




Bruce Daniel Lynnan 

Biology 

Ellicott City, MD 




Deborah Ellen Mack 

Actuarial Science 

Business Administration 

Reading, PA 



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Kathleen E. Maniscaico 

Psychology 

Norris+own, PA 




Cathy Jean Mann 

Music Education 

Bel Air, MD 




Patricia Ann McGregor 

English 

Budd Lake, NJ 




Pamela Irene McKechnie 

Psychology 

Jones+own, PA 




Linda Irene McQueen 

Psychology 

Harrington Park, NJ 




Johanna E. Merkle 

Chemistry 

Plainfield, NJ 




Charles Richard Mershon 

Biology 

Bel Air, MD 




Dorothy Louise Miller 

Nursing 

Turbotvilie, PA 



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Ka+hy Ann Miller 

Sociology 
Chambersburg, PA 




Margaret Louise Miller 

Music Education 

Leesport, PA 




Karen Irene Mohl 

Biology 

Dillsburg, PA 




Lori Ann Morgan 

Elementary Education 

Park Ridge, NJ 




Richard Thomas Motley, 

Jr. 

Accounting 

Massapequa, NY 




Christina Lynn Myers 

Biology 

Syracuse, NY 




Richard Kevin Nath 

Sociology 

Pittsburgh, PA 




Linda Sue Neiman 

Accounting 

Pottstown, PA 




Laura Susan Nelson 

English 

Farnningdale, NJ 




Bong Van Nguyen 
Mathematics 
Lebanon, PA 




Trach Dang Nguyen 

Chemistry 
Lebanon, PA 



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Alan Jackson Nichols 

Biology 

E. Smithfield, PA 





Thonnas Allen Nussbaum 

Sociology 

Briclt+own, NJ 





Alison Delia O'Connor 

Social Service 

West Hempstead, NY 



Kris+ie Ann Olson 

Elementary Education 

Warren, NJ 







Anne Elizabeth Opfer 


Daniel Park 


Debbie Lee Pa+schorke 


Dawn Marie Pauli 


Elementary Education 


Religion 


Social Service 


Elementary Education 


White Hall, MD 


Taegu, Korea 


Lititi, PA 


Tabor, NJ 



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William Lee Pelton 

Accounting 

Middletown, NJ 




Alfred Louis Perelli, Jr. 

Social Science 

Eas+on, PA 




Larene Kay Persons 

Nursing 

Morris+own, NJ 




Dennis Jay Peters 

Biology 
Dallas+own, PA 




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Dung Anh Phan 

Actuarial Science 

Manheim, PA 





Jimmie Lee Pogue 

Actuarial Science 

Harrisburg, PA 




Marsha VanDIne Poust 


Sonia Marie Probst 


Business Adnnlnis+ration 


Religion 


Lebanon, PA 


Social Service 




Youngsville, PA 




Daniel Patrick Promutico 

Political Science 

Lebanon, PA 




Todd Moore Quinter 
Social Service 
Nazareth, PA 




George Henry Rankin, Jr. 

Accounting 

Ailentown, PA 




Brenda Jean Reigle 

Political Science 

Lebanon, PA 



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William Tighe Reinecke 

Music Education 

Boyertown, PA 



Joseph Remshifski 

Business Administration 

Lake Hapatcong, NJ 



Gregory Charles Rhoads 

Business Administration 

Marlton, MD 



Andrew Lee Risser 

Political Science 

Lebanon, PA 






Judith Marie Risser 

Psychology 

Leola, PA 



Karen Louise Rit+le 

Elementary Education 

Psychology 

Lebanon, PA 





Scott Bruce Rothman 

Biology 
Centereach, NY 



Linda Jeanne Sarnies 
Music Education 
Bloomsburg, PA 



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Charles Lynn Scheidler, Jr. 

Business Admlnlstra+Ion 

Lykens, PA 




Barry Steven Selinsky 

Chemistry 

North Branford, CT 







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Gregory Lyn Shupp 
Music Education 
New Holland, PA 




Robert Lee Shupp 

Economics 
Middletown, PA 




Thomas P. Slebenhuhner 

Music Education 

Verona, NJ 




Sharon Louise Skiles 

Music Education 

Paradise, PA 




Susan Beth Slaybaugh 

Elementary Education 

Gettysburg, PA 







Susan Lynette Smith 

Chemistry 
Ephrata, PA 



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Timothy Paul Smith 

Mathema'Ucs 

Milton, PA 




David Roy Snyder 

English 

Cieona, PA 





Scott David Snyder 

Biology 

Lebanon, PA 



Harry Gregg Specter 

Business Adnniriistra+ion 
Harrisburg, PA 







Theodore S. Stanislaw, Jr. 

Music Education 

Se+auket, NY 



Elizabeth P. Steele 
Psychology 
Milford, PA 



Sarah Jean Strickland 

Music Education 

Lewisburg, PA 



Shelby A. Taughinbaugh 

Accounting 
York, PA 




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David S+even Todoroff 


Mai Thanh-Thi Iran 


Michael Lloyd Trauger 


John John Tus 


Biology 


Chemistry 


English 


Business Administration 


Harrlsburg, PA 


Palmyra, PA 


Annville, PA 


Harrisburg, PA 




S+even Lee Uhlrich 

Sociology 

E. Petersburg, PA 




S+even L. Van Wagoner 

Psychology 
Elllcott, MD 




S+even Frank Vozzo 

Biology 

Pompton Lakes, NJ 




Sharon Louise Wallace 

Music Education 

Mahwah, NJ 






Mark S+ephen Wa+son 

Music Education 
Lancaster, PA 



Brian Henry Weaver 

Biology 

Red Lion, PA 



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Christine Lynn Wheelock 

Business Adminis+ra+ion 

Belle Mead, NJ 




Mary Elizabeth White 

Sociology 

Lebanon, PA 




Gary Ken Whiting 

Chemistry 
Harrisburg, PA 




Karen Ann Marie Williams 
Social Service 
Pen Argyl, PA 




Linda Jean Wilson 
Music Education 
Warnninster, PA 




Steven Allen Wurst 

Psychology 

Stockholm, NJ 




Christine Davis Yntenna 

Elementary Education 

Southhold, NY 




Albert R. Zavatsky, Jr. 

Music Education 
Shiremanstown, PA 




Linda Joan Zern 

Music Education 

Mt. Holly, NJ 



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Gary Lee Barnes 

Knights of the Valley, pres 

Alpha Psi Omega, pres- 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Concert Choir 

Pol. Sci Club, pres 

Theatrical Productions 



WHO'9 WHO 

IN 

AMERICAN C0LLEGE9 

AND 

UNIVERSITIES 




Roque John Calvo 

Phi Lambda Sigma, pres 

Varsity Basketball 

Most Valuable Player. 77.'78 

Resident Assistant 
Inter-fraternity Council, pres 
Student Director, Intramurals 




Elyce Rose Chadwick 

Cheerleader, capt 

Resident Assistant 

Homecoming Queen 

Kappa Lambda Nu 

Ski Club 

Intramurals 

Student Judicial Board 




Desra Ann Cook 

Basketball 

Lacrosse 

Marching Band Front 

Intramurals 

Pi Gamma Mu 





Michael James Gamier 

Project, vice-pres 
Delta Tau Chi 

FCA 

Pi Gamma Mu 

International Relations 

Intramurals 

Ski Club 



Nancy Elizabeth Gyger 

SAI. vice-pres. 

Resident Assistant 

MENC 

Theatncal Productions 




Matthew Martin Hall 

APO. president 

FCA. vice-pres 

Track and Field, co-capt 

Most Valuable Player, 79 

Judicial Appeals Board 



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Gregory Lee llioff 

Class of 1980. pres 

Knightsof the Valley 

Bio and Chem Clubs 

College Chorus 

Quad 

Curriculum and College Center Advisory 

Committee 



Michael Richard Kohler 

Concert Choir 

College Chorus 

LVC Madrigal Singers 

Wig and Buckle 

Alpha Psi Omega 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 

Theatrical Productions 



Michael Frank Lemons 

Psi Chi, vice-pres. 
Varsity Soccer 

Intramurals 
Track and Field 






Virginia Marie Lesser 

Beta Beta Beta, sec 

Kappa Lambda Nu, rec sec 

Biology Club, vice-pres 

Lab Assistant 

Intramurals 

Project 



Bruce Daniel Lyman 

APO, vice-pres. 

FCA, pres 

Biology Club 

Beta Beta Beta 

Track and Field 



Charles Richard Mershon 

Student Judicial Board 

Board of Trustees 

APO 

Wrestling 

Beta Beta Beta 

Resident Assistant 

Theatrical Productions 






Kathy Ann Miller 

Delta Tau Chi. pres 

Gamma Sigma Sigma, rec. sec 

Pi Gamma Mu. Intramurals 

LVC Research Associates 

Student Judicial Board 

Religious Emphasis Day, comm. 



Alan Jackson Nichols 

Class of '80, pres 

Intramurals 

Student Council, pari 

Knightsof the Valley 

Bio Club 

Photo Club. pres. 



Knstie Ann Olson 

Childhood Ed Club, treas. 

Teacher Education Committee 

Spnng Arts Coordinator 

Resident Assistant 

College Chorus 

Chapel Choir 

Guild Student Group 



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Barry Steven Selinsky 

Project, pres 

Alpha Phi Omega, Tennis 

Alpha Psi Omega, Chem Club 

Wig and Buckle 

Lebanon Valley Dramatics 

Delta Tau Chi 



Thomas P Siebenhuhner 

Jazz Band 

Marching Band 

Wind Ensemble 

Symphonic Sinfonia 

Concert Choir 

College Chorus 

Brass Quintet 

Orchestra for Theatricals 



Susan Beth Slaybaugh 

76 Homecoming Queen 
Childhood Ed Club 

College Chorus 

Class Secretary '80 

Chapel Choir 

Intramurals 






Elizabeth P, Steele 

Student Council 

Academic vice-pres 

Quad, Features Editor 

Marching Band 

Psych Club 

Curriculum Committee 

Theatrical Productions 



Sarah Jean Strickland 

MENC, pres 

Concert Band 

Resident Assistant 

College Chorus 

Marching Band 



David Steven Todorott 

Class ot '80, vice-pres 

Beta Beta Beta, pres 

Biology Club, pres 

Knights of the Valley, treas 

Student Council, comm chair 

Photo Club, sec 

Intramurals 






Steven Frank Vozzo 

Knights, vice-pres 

Tri Beta 

Biology Club 

Photo Club 

Quittie 

Track and Field 

Spring Arts Committee 

Quad 



Gary Ken Whiting 

Student Council, treas. 
Kappa Lambda Sigma 
Chemistry Club, treas. 
Curriculum Committee 
Student Life Committee 
Resident Assistant 



Christine Davis Yntema 

Phi Alpha Epsilon 

Orchestra 

Psi Chi 

Resident Assistant 

Childhood Ed Club 

Spring Arts Committee 

Marching Band Front 

Rifle Captain 



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1980 Graduation 



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But every insight from this realm of thought is felt 
as initial, and promises a sequel. I do not make it; I 
arrive there, and behold what was there already. I 
make! Oh no! I clap my hands in infantine joy and 
amazement before the first opening to me of this 
august magnificence, old with the love and homage 
of innumerable ages, young with the life of life, the 
sunbright Mecca of the desert. And what a future it 
opens! I feel a new heart beating with the love of the 
new beauty. I am ready to die out of nature and be 
born again into this new yet unapproachable Amer- 
ica I have found in the West: 

"Since neither now nor 

yesterday began 
These thoughts, which 
have been ever, nor 
yet can 
A man be found who their 

irst entrance knew." 
Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
"Young with the Life 
of Life" 

from the Sound 
of Trumpets 



61 



faculty and 





Wendy Thompson, counselor in admissions 
Ronald K. Good, assistant in admissions 
Kathy E. Bixler, counselor in admissions 

Gregory G. Stanson, director of admissions 




Harold D. Ulmer, director of public relations 
Beth E. Brandt, assistant director of public 

RELATIONS 

Carol J. Lennox, assistant in public relations 



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Louis A. 
Sorrentino 

assistant dean 

OF students 

AND 
DIRECTOR OF 
PLjOiCEMENT 

Dr. George R. 
Marquette 

DEAN OF 
STUDENTS 

Rosemary 
Yuhas 

ASSISTANT DEAN 
OF STUDENTS 



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Administration 



Dr. 
Frederick 

P. 
Sample 

PRESIDENT 
OF THE COLLEGE 








Dr. Carl Y. Ehrhart 

VICE PRESIDENT AND 
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 




Dr. Edwin H. Welch 

ASSISTANT DEAN 
OF THE COLLEGE 



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Karl L. Lockwood 



Owen A. Moe 



Howard A. Neldig 



James N. Spencer 





Susan E. Verhoek 



Stephen E. Williams 




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Ann L. Henninger 




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Madelyn J. Albrecht 




June E. Herr 




Cloyd H. Ebersole 




L. Eugene Jacques 



Education 





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Charles E. Fletcher 





Edward H. Krebs 



Royal E. Knight 





C. F. Joseph Tom 



Economics 

and 

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Administration 



Richard G. Stone 



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Philip A. Billings 



Arthur L^ Ford 





John P. Kearney 



Agnes B. O'Donnell 



English 




George G. Struble 







Glenn H. Woods 



JereS. 
Berger 




Richard N. W. Kirby 




Leon E. Markowicz 



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Diane M, Iglesias 



Corrine J. Guerrette 





Malin Ph. Saylor 




Angela M, Aquirre 




James W. Scott 




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Ronald G. Burrichter 





Virginia E. Englebright 





William H. Fairlannb 




Leonard S. Geissel, Jr. 



Robert C. Lau 



Philip G. Morgan 



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History 

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Qoienoe 




Alex J. Fehr 



Elizabeth H. Geffen 





Richard A. Joyce 



John D. Norton 



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Perry J, Troutman 




Rev. Rodney H. Shearer 





L. Elbert Wethington 



Donald E Byrne, Jr. 



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Tasha and Carolyn R, Hanes 




Edwin H, Welch 



Robert A. Clay 




Harold L. Raiten 




Qociology 



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Mathematics 






Fay B Burras 



William M. Fleischman 




Brian V, Hearsey 




Joerg W. P. Mayer 





Physical 
Education 




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1st Row: Brent Dohner, Dave Todoroff, Lisa Grozinski, Barb Burgess, Liz Steele, Linda McQueen, Sharon 
Love, Deb Sargeant, Mike Buterbaugh, Kim Hillman, Paul Brockie. 2nd Row: Wendy Fishel, A. J. Nichols, 
Joel Deaner, Larry Potts, Steve Vozzo, Gary Whiting, Kim Long. 



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Dave Todoroff (Vice-Pres), Mike Buter- 
baugh (Treasurer), A. J. Nichols (Presi- 
dent), Wanda Bashore (Secretary). 



JUNIOR 
CLA88 



Brent Dohner (President), Sue Enck 
(Treasurer), Alison Artz (Vice-Pres.), 
Marcia Martin (Secretary). 




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Row 1: Scott Dallas, Chip Mershon (Chairman), Jeff Allison. Row 2: Mike Groody, Carol Lennox (Administration), 
Charlie Salisbury (Vice-Chairman). Missing: Sue Enck. 



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Front Row: Karen Breitenstein, Leslie Cornelius (Co-Editor), Pam Shadel (Co-Editor), Jenny Giachero. 
Bacit Row: Beth Dickinson, Steve Vozzo, Sue Gunn, Sue Purgeot. Missing: Barb Strock. 



Front Row: Mark Grove, Scott Snyder, Paul Pitcher, Roseann McGrath, Brenda Bennett. Back Row: 

Steve Uhlrich, Joe Gebhard, Tom Orndorf. 



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Mitch Hawbaker, Ann Stambach, Liz Steele, Roseann McGrath, Linda Friskey, Shelby Taughinbaugh, Walt 
Fullam. Sharon Ford. Linda Sarnies. Missing: Steve Miller, Frank Ruggieri, Steve Vozzo, Keith Hottle, Mike 
Thomas, Pam Shadel, Dan Harwick, Maggie Miller, Dawn Humphrey, Buzz Ritchie, Todd Gleason, Dawn Steck- 
beck, Andrea Goodman. Jane Schlegel 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

CLUB 



Left below: Claudia Gottcent (President); Right below: 1st Row: Dr Wethington, Linda Stocker, George Rankin 2nd Row: Carolyn Win- 
frey, Sue Davison, Kim Sheffey 



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1st Row: Esther Shaul, Lyn Zerr, Kim Foster (co-coordinator), Kris Olson (co-coordinator), Sheryl 
Fitzgerald, Deb Lucas. 2nd Row: Beth Dickinson, Kim Colvin, Andrea Crudo, Chris Yntema, Jane 
Sinopoli, Denise Achey, Joel Carpenter. 3rd Row: Scott Hughes, Deb Patschorke, Lee Brown, 
Steve St. John. Missing: Merike Evans, Dave Gorman, Kim Mulder, Laurie Augustyn, Dan Harwick, 
Tracy Daniel. 



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Annette DeHoff, Mark Hornber- 
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Deb Miller. 



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PHOTO 
CLUB 



Front: Glenn Hafer, Dave Todoroff, Glenn Hoffman, James Lehnerf Back: Denny 
Peters, A. J. Nichols, Keith Hottle, Steve Vozzo, Mike Buterbaugh, Mark Douches, Jeff 
Hotz. 



1st Row: Cindy Kihn, Alison Gittleman, Mary White, Deb Reimer, Alison Artz, Diane Detwiler, 2nd Row: Mike Groody, George 
Rankin, John Krieg, Joy Furlong, Keith Hottle, Chris Palmer, Jack Raymond, Steve Kreiser, Beth Green, Dave Eckman Miss- 
ing: Willie Gunther, George Loder, Elyce Chadwick, Krista Hoch, Marsha Poust, Kim Keith, Jeff Allison, Lee Pelton, Glenn 
Hafer, Eric Chamberlin, 



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1st Row: Deb Egolf, Mike Gamier, 
Roseann McGrath, Jim Wilkie, Dave 
Kramer, Fred Bothe. 2nd Row: Bill Wil- 
liams, Brad Shatinsky, Cindy Boyce, 
Gary Mikos, Denise Achey, Karen 
Breitenstein. 3rd Row: Dave Hall, 
Doug Staples, Holly Hibler, Brent Doh- 
ner. 4lh Row: Bill Bogart, Tomi Myers, 
Bryan Jones, Matt Hall, Ken Breiten- 
stein, Bruce Lyman. 



Sitting: Dave McPherson, Stuart Rose, Paul Giannaris. 1st Row: Frank Gerace, Rajan Kanitkar, Sabrina 
Gish, Debra DeGroff, Brenda Reigle, Joel Deaner, Linda Friskey, Jim Stolzfus, Brian Kearney. 2nd Row: 
Scott Berger, Frank Gorradi, Malik Momin, Dan Koon, Steve Gray, Tom Myers, Dottie Miller, Mitch Haw- 
baker. 



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Row 1: John Miller (Vice-Pres.), Randy Kreider (President), Linda 
Evans, Bob Hogan (Treasurer). Row 2: Jeff Hofz, Jack fhe Rat, Tim 
Smith (Secretary). 



CHE98 CLUB 




Kneeling: Dan Koon, "Fuzz," 1st Row: Julie Kauffman, Sue Newman, Carol Nixon, Steve Troy, 
Karen Fuller, Tim Smith, Ms Math Society 2nd Row: Rajan Kanitkar, Dave MacPherson, Dan 
Reppert, John Miller, Blake Davis Missing: Glenn Hoffman, Brian McSweeney, Bev Cooney, 
Andrea Davino, Dung Phan, Frank Rhodes, Al Gunkle, Scott Sherwood, Dave Kerr, Tom Zimmer- 
man, 




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1st Row: Lynn Randolf, Betsy Knowles, Kris Groff 2nd Row: Ms. Aquirre. MaryNell Romanik, 
Deb Patschorke, Sandy Kaiser, 3rd Row: Dan Reppert, Tim Flatley, Kim Shetfey, Beth Cherry, 
Sue Egner, Pete Gower. 



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(Treasurer), Brenda Reigle, Corinne Guerrette (Adviser), Dr. Scott (Adviser), Jay Barto. Row 2: Gwen 
Snavely, Chris Schneider, Doug Earpp, Mike Johnson, Dave Albert, Frank Rhoades. Missing: Rick Salt- 
zer, Kim Mulder, Dawn Staudt, Claudia Gottcent, Lynn Pennell, Verna DeWald. 



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1st Row: Barry Selinsky, Larry Potts, Deb Egolf, Dave Harris^ 2nd Row: Bill Williams, Tina Liek, Karen Breit- 
enstein, Cindy Snavely, Dave Kramer, 3rd Row: Carol Nixon, Sheryl Fitzgerald, Barb Pentland, Roz Cotf- 
man. Deb Foley. 4th Row: Betsy Knowles, Dee Epps, Diane Sebright, Darlene Olson. 5th Row: Charlie Salis- 
bury, Gary Mikos, Dave McPherson, Jim Wilkie, Mike Gamier. 6th Row: Karl Badman, Rev. Shearer, Jim 

Haupt, Lee Brown 



WIG AND BUCKLE 




1st Row: Laura Nelson, Anne Opter, 
MaryNell Romanik, Colleen Mullikin, Lisa 
Grozinski, Roseann McGrath, Alison Artz. 
2nd Row: Pat Germer, Chris Lowther, 
Sharon Love, Sharon Wallace, Margaret 
Hum!, Eve Pickering. 3rd Row: Kim 
Reese, Patty McGregor, Gary Barnes, 
Barry Selinsky, Dave McCarthy. 4th Row: 
Dr Berger, Maggie Miller Missing: Bill 
Reinecke, Jeanne Arth, Kathy Robinson, 
Mike Kohler, Dave Snyder, Kathy Kem- 
ery, Mary Roberts, Nick DiMartino. 




BIOLOGY CLUB 

1st Row: Beth Dickinson, Delight Reiner, Judy Herlich, Laura Hendershot, Deb Kus, 2nd 
Row: Lorl Brown, Steve Rothman, Karen Mohl, 3rd Row: Denny Peters, Greg llloft. Barb 
Btrock, Lori Jarmoska, Bob Hogan, 4th Row: Ann Stambach, Ann Sumner, Dave Todo- 
'oft, Ginny Lesser, Kirth Steele, 




1st Row: Carle Powell, Elaine Rydberg, Gary Furman, Malik Momin. 2nd Row: Bob Neubert, 
Randy Kreider, Bill Loftredo, Johanna Merkle, Missing: Sue Smith, Barry Selinsky. 




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Chapel Choir 




Lee Brown 
Charley Eddins 
Dave Harris 
Ray Herndon 
Mark Homberger 
Roger Kurtz 
Tim Long 
Larry Potts 
Chris Barger 
Annette DeHoff 
Jane Ferree 
Joanne Groman 
Lisa Lancaster 
Claire Mischler 
Cindy Mohn 
Tami Oliver 
Ricka Patterson 



Barbara Pentland 
Sue Schaetfer 
Felicia Snyder 
Lisa Togno 
Dawna Baker 
Beth Cunfer 
Roseanne McGrath 
Laura Nelson 
Kristie Olson 
Diane Sebright 
Vicky Shaw 
Lauren Weigel 
Mark Woodland 
Debbie Miller 
Dave McCarthy 
Tom Myers 



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MARCHING BAND Big 

Cheese, Little Cheese and 
Rag Woman . . . "Remelac, 
Remelac, Remelac, We're 
Comin Back, Remelac, 
Remelac, Remelac, Ugh! 
Ugh! Ugh!!" Are we 

Marching? . . . "The lovely 
ladies of LVC on ABC" . . . 
Take it back and DO IT 
AGAIN! 



MARCHING 




JAZZ BAND 




Bill Perbetsky 





Bernie Stellar 




Ray Boccuti 
Curl Sipe 
Mark Watson 



Steve Shifter 



All Girl Band 




Piccolo 
Kathleen Kelly 

Flutes 

Joanne Lazzaro 
Rebecca Newcomb 
Carol Withers 
Marguerite Woodland 

Oboe 

Barbara Cooper 

Bassoons 
Janine Maletsky 
Linda Tirrell 

Bb Clarinets 
Catherine Clark 
Kim Dager 
Kathy Robinson 
Stephanie Sachs 
Elizabeth Scott 
Sharon Wallace 

Alto Clarinet 
Sally Anne Foose 

Bass Clarinet 
Debra Sargeant 

Alto Saxophones 
Connie Glynos 
Julia Nelson 
Diane Sebright 

Tenor Saxophone 
Darlene Olson 



French Horns 
Vicki Case 
Sandra Hetrick 
Lynn Pennell 
Laurie Snyder 
Lisa Togno 
Victoria Ulmer 
Nancy Wocher 

Cornets Trumpets 
Debbie DeGroff 
Kim Haunton 
Colleen Mullican 
Richelle Porter 
Darlene Sitler 
Linda Wilson 

Trombones 
Elaine Schatler 
Susan Smith 
Gail Tirrell 

Bar/tones 
Sandra Jensen 
Sharon Love 
Darlene Miller 

Tubas 

Nancy Lawless 

Linda Texter 

Percussion 
BethCunfer 
Judy Herlich 
Lisa Naples 
Ricka Patterson 
Eve Pickering 
Heidi Wolfgang 



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Piccolos 
Joanne Lazzaro 
Sharon Sklles 

Flutes 

Dawna Baker 
Connie Glynos 
Stacy Godwin 
Kathy Kelly 
Lori Krenik 
Nancy Lawless 
Alicia Lawrence 
Lisa Naples 
Darlene Olson 
JaneSinopoli 
Rhonda Smith 
Caria Stauffer 
Sarah Strickland 
Linda Texter 

Oboe 
Christina Myers 

Bassoons 
Greg Shupp 
Keith Sweger 
Linda Tyrrell 

Eb Clarinet 
Andrea Crudo 



Bb Clarinets 
Denise Achey 
Cathy Clark 
Kim Dager 
Linda Evans 
Sally Foose 
David Godshall 
Pat Hassall 
Nick Magrowski 
Richelle Porter 
Elaine Schlatter 
Mike Scolamiero 
Brian Trust 
Sharon Wallace 
William Wellwood 

Alto Clarinet 
Elizabeth Scott 

Bass Clarinets 
Deb Sargeant 
Scott Weber 

Alto Saxophones 
Jeff Bohn 
Gary Emery 
Mike Hogan 
Clifford Leaman 
Deborah Lucas 



Scott Smith 
Joseph Wapinsky 
Mark Watson 

Tenor Saxophones 
Chris Forland 
Julia Nelson 
Diane Sebright 
CurtSipe 

Baritone Saxophone 
Tom Jameson 
Charles Sapp 

French Horns 
Sandra Hetrick 
Kim Reese 
Erich Schlicher 
Darlene Sitler 
Laurie Snyder 
Lisa Tog no 

Cornels 
Tom Bowers 
David Buffington 
Frank Gerace 
Kimberley tHaunton 
Bill Perbetsky 
TomSiebentnuhner 



David Stauffer 

Trumpets 
Michael Dobson 
Keith Hottle 
Gary Zellner 

Trombones 
Steve Bord 
Rick Brubaker 
Charley Eddins 
Nancy Gyger 
Mitchell IHawbaker 
Steve Shifter 

Baritone 
Steve Nickerson 

Tubas 

Cameron Bruce 
Brian Claeys 

Percussion 
Mike Buterbaugh 
Richard Gates 
Regina Parkison 
Bill Reinecke 
Bernie Stellar 
Vicky Ulmer 



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Bonnie Ayers 
Brian Claeys 
Rosalind Coffman 
Mr, and Mrs, Coffman 
Barbara Cooper 
Sharon Diederich 
Linda Evans 
Patty Germer 
David Godshall 
Kim Haunton 
Sandra Hetrick 
Sandra Hiser 
Janet Huber 
Juditfi Chanza 
Deborah Miller 
Chris Myers 
Lisa Napes 
Stephen Nickerson 
Anne Opfer 
Regina Parkinson 
Kim Reese 
Earnest RIcharson 
DebraSargeant 
Mike Scolamiero 
Stephen Shoffer 
Kristen Shirk 
Tom Siebenhuhner 
DarleneSitler 
Laurie Snyder 
David Staffer 
Bernie Stellar 
Keith Sweger 
Linda Texter 
Scott Weber 
Bill Wellwood 
Christine Yntema 




Bonnie Ayers and Chris Yntema 



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Wind Ensemble 



Piccolo 
Caria Stauffer 



Tenor Saxophone 
Julia Nelson 



Flutes 

Constance Glynos 

Stacey Godwin 

Nancy Lawless 

Lisa Naples 

Anne Opfer 

Sharon Skiles 

Sarah Strickland 

Linda Texter 

Marguerite Woodland 

Oboe 
Christina Myers 

Bassoons 

Gregory Shupp 

Keith Sweger 

Bb Clarinet 
Denise Achey 
Catherine Clark 
David Godshall 
Patricia Hassall 
Nick Magrowski 
Colleen Mullikin 
Michael Scolamiero 

Linda Tyrrell 
William Wellwood 

Alto Clarinet 
Elaine Schlatter 

Bass Clarinets 

William Reinecke 

Debra Sargent 

Contra-Bass Clarinet 
Heidi Woltgang 

Alto Saxophones 
Jeffrey Bohn 
Cliff Leaman 
Mark Watson 



Baritone Saxophone 
Charles Sapp 

French Horn 

Sandra Hetrick 

Kimberly Reese 

Erich Schlicher 

DarleneSitler 

Laurie Snyder 

Cornets 

Thomas Bowers 

Kimberly Haunton 

William Perbetsky 

Thomas Siebenhuhner 

Trumpets 

David Buffington 

David Stauffer 

Trombones 

Rick Brubaker 

Charles Eddins 

Nancy Gyger 

Steve Nickerson 

Steve Shifter 

Baritones 

Sharon Love 

Richelle Porter 

Tubas 

Cameron Bruce 

Brian Claeys 

Percussion 
Patricia Germer 

Janet Huber 
Ricka Patterson 
Diane Sebright 
Bernard Stellar 



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Concert Choir 



Row 1 
Mary KateTierney 
Nancy Lawless 
Susan Lavery 
Lisa Sung 
Laura Nelson 
Ricka Patterson 
Bonnie Wagner 
Stiaron Skiles 
Mr. Burrictiter 

Row 2 
Lisa Lancaster 
Linda Gingncti 
Kirstan Broson 
Sandra Hiser 
Belli Cunfer 
Lauren Wigel 
PhiyllisStine 
Stiaron Love 
Margaret Miller 



Sandra Jensen 

Row 3 
Jeanne Arth 
Vicki Case 
Darlene Miller 
Cindy Motin 
Tammy Smith 
Wanda Bastiore 
Vicki Stiaw 
Kathy Robinson 
Debbie Patsctiorke 
Julia Hoover 
Denise Actiey 

Row 4 
William Reinecke 
Ctiarles Eddens 
Dave Harris 
Rictiard Gates 



Dave Albert 
Roy Clark 
Keith Roden 
Brian Claeys 
Eric Schlicher 
David Godshaw 
Susan Frieswyck 

Row 5 
David McCarthy 
Darryl Roland 
Michael Buterbaugh 
Lee Brown 
MikeScolamiero 
Jeffrey Riehl 
Michael Kohler 
Bryan Rowe 
David Ramage 
Gary Barnes 
Steven Weber 



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CLUB 

Sitting: Steve Wurst, Kim Colvin. 1st Row: Kathy Maniscaico, Tracy Daniel 
2nd Row: Dr. Lasky. 3rd Row: Keiko Yuniko, MaryNell Romanik, Tim Wolf, Al 
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Sarah Strickland, Vicki Ulmer, Darlene Sitler, Diane Sebright, Lyn Zerr, Linda Texter, Tootle Miller, Elaine 
Schlatter, Kathy Kelly. 3rd Row: Linda Tyrrell, Regina Parkinson, Dave Godshall, Vicki Shaw, Liz Cunfer, 
Dave Harris, Gail Tirrell, Nancy Gyger, Laurie Snyder, Kathy Robinson, Liz Scott, Kim Dager. 



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1st Row: Deb Smith, Candice Harmes, Bonnie Wagner. 2nd Row: Gail Boyer, Tom Bowers, Becky Newcomb, 
Angela Carey. 3rd Row: Anne Opfer, Carol Withers, Karen Rittle, Barb Edzenga, Vicki Greb, Dawn Pauli. 4th 
Row: Mrs. Herr, Gary Zellner, Sue Slaybaugh, Suzanne Duryea, Lisa Harrison, Sue Fisher, Mary Knight, Kristie 
Olson. Missing: Tracy Daniel, Linda Ehle, Merike Evans, Joy Franks, Wendy Knaub, Beth LaClair, Michele 
Long, Colleen Mullikin, Felecia Snyder. 



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House Mothers 




Mary Kelsey, Mary Cox, Kathryn Rohland 



Infirmary 




staff: Mrs Julie Wolfe, Ginny Albright, 
Karen Fleagle 

"Karen — the phone" . . . Take 
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morning How about a van- 
illa Tab . . . You're a good man 
— we want to keep you that way 
. . . Ring and Walk In . . .De train, 
de train . . . the beeper . . . Julie 
says don't forget to fill out the 
insurance form . . . Disco Infir- 
mary . . . That's what we're here 
for . . . I'm on call . . . Our man 
Rocky Greek Freak . . . 




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First Floor West 

Mark Roscoe, Hitoshi Yoshito, Eric Rodin, Joel Carpenter, Fiank Rhoades, Kevin Leddy, Bill Casey, Ron Wheeler, Paul 
Pitcher, Scott Inners, Glen Steinmuller 

"Go for it!!! . , . Where's Willy'^ , . Is Dave going home again'' , . When will Scrat get out of his 
bathrobe'' , . , Mickey's Malt — We'd rather crash than switch' , , , Get aught now , , . You ever 
hear of good rats'? . . Forget about it"" 




Second Floor West 

Mark Douche^, Bob Neubert, Lee Brown, Dan Meyer, Tom Bowers, Dave Stauffer, Joe Wengyn, Mark Hornberger, Or Sam- 
ple, Rich Loffredo, Bill Loftredo, Jay Barto, Joe Lapinski, Roy Clark, Craig Ollinger, Dave Harris 



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Third Floor West 

Tim Wolf. Doug Staples, Stuart Rose, Bruce Lyman, Mike Garnier, Fred Bothe, Matt Hall, Bill Bogart, Brian Jones, James Haupt, Jim Owen, Ted Stanislow, 
Brad Shatinsky, Dave Allen, Joel Deaner, John Allen, Al Gunkle, Ken Breitenstein, Bob Lemke, John David, Tom Hoffman, Tom Meyers, Mike Shockley. 
Scott Shera/ood, Miss Piggy, Bob Fullenlove, Barr/ Selinsky, Tim Smith 

"Almost Heaven" , , Penthouse West , , , Charter members . . , Game Room in 310 . , . Prayer meetings in 307 . . . IM Soft- 
ball Champs . . Buddy Holly Lives - . , Mote . . . T . . . Jack Sprite . , . Sito . . , Choo Choc , , . Cattish , . , Junior?" 

Wetst Basement 

JacV Raymond, Mike Best, Rob McGrorty. Pete Donnelly, Todd Quinter, Scott Mailen, Mark Ruloff, Eric Bauscher, Raian Kanitkar, Kurt Amiung, Marty Lane, 
David Kraemer, Steve Beecher, Drake Niemeyer, Mike Groody, Steve Hartnett, Ed Grant 



"Fluff . . . Art . , , Thurman 
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The Fonz . Quinn 



Mails 



The Dude . . . The Snake . . . Fnutpie . . . Babyface . . , Hap 



East Basement 

Steve Wasserman, James Weike, Mike Gross, A J Nichols, Dan Koon, Gary Micas, Jeff Holtz, Daryl Boltz, John Miller, Steven Tray. Mike Hensel. Gary 
Zellner. Tony Sumo. Dan Reppert. Andy McWilliams, Dave Spangler, Bob Wilson, Lance Putt 

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"Funk East Basement Commandos . , . Steve Kriser Memorial Gymnasium , , , Toot Toot, Beep Beep . . , Denise Ackey Fan 

Club . . . In and Out . . . Welke's Warriors . . . We love Kutztown women . . , Dancing with the men at the Village , , . Highway 

to Hell" 



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First Floor East 

Marty Warchizer, Randy Vallone, Glen Hofman, Mohammed Canleh, Frank Coraddi, Mike Hogan, Kurt Sipe, Ken Brasier, Steve Angeli, Frank Grezce, Gary Furman, Dave 

Gorman, Brian McSweeney, Bill Williams, Jim Ross, Scott Snyder 

Second Floor East 

Chris Palmer, Tommy Lake, Brian Clayes, Bob Bennett, Donnie Bustler, Steve Eidukonis, Tom Zimmerman, Jeff Mowrer, Ken Haman. Nancy Wocher, Mark Metcalfe, Bob 

Hogan, Dung Phan, Eric Schlicker, Jim Stoltzfus, Bob Resa, Dave Kerr, Harold Furman, Tyrone Page, Rick Saltzer, Keith Rhadon. Larry Paul, Steve St John, Bill Glose, Tony, 

Bob Neubert. Tim Smith. Paul Salisbury, Scott Smith, Steve Weber 

Third Floor East 

Brian Trust, Judd Stauffer, Joe Delehman, Denny Peters, Steve Schiffer, John Tus, Brian Kearney, Randy MacClary, Fred Falchi 





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Basement 

Row 1: Jamie Tillinger, Jane Sinopoli Row 2: Sue Davison, Linda Wilson, Laura Hendershot 
Row 3: Nancy Lawless, Dawna Baker, Carolyn Winfrey, Gina Cipolla, Claudia Gottcent 



"Twinkle, twinkle little brain, what's it like to be insane? Harmony Party 
stooges school of charm, grace, and space sneaker breath wiWewawa'^ 



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First Floor 

Row 1: Karen Neiswender, Laura Matsko, Julia Nelson Row 2: Vicki Greb, Tammy Smith, 
Rebecca Enslin Row 3: Lori Morgan, Holly Hibier, Kathy Miller Row 4: Cindy Boyce, Jo Anne 
Davis, Bonnie Davenport, Lisa Knock, Audrey Birkland. Sharon Reeves, Rhoda Muganda, 



Second Floor 

Row 1: Claire Mischier, Val Dishong, Barb Pentland, Lisa Lancaster Row 2: Sharon Skiles, 
Tootle Miller, Cathy Mann, Beth Cunfer, Elaine Schlatter, Kay King, Kim Dager, Beth Cherry, 
Sue Egner Row 3: Sue Schaefer, Sharon Love, Val Lanik, Jo Anne Groman. Kathy Manis- 
calco Row 4; Caria Powell. Elaine Rydberg, Deb Egolf, Chris Yntema, Kathy Donovan, Mary 
Craig, Sue Gunn, Judy Leanza, Deb Poley. Linda Texter 

"Where should we have the floor picture'' Playgirls of 2nd floor silver south Bat witch 
strikes again' , . Three cheers for the buzzer breakdown Will our kitctien ever be fixed? 

. . . This floor IS just a Mickey Mouse operation" 



Ttiird Floor 

Row 1: Gwen Snavely, Kathy Ray, Nancy Wocher, Pam Patton, Vickl Ulmer, Krisie Olson, Sue 
Bagley, Kim Foster Row 2: Lisa Togno, Kris Groff, Karen Fuller, Ginny Smith, Sue Reilly, Row 
3: Kim Hillman, Linda Neiman, Tracy Daniel, Bonnie Merrill, Marsha Poust 

"Please hold down handle to insure a complete flush Avoid the draft — get pregnant . 
Ooo-ia-lal! - Pig out' Oooti, baby!! Peame-boo Hey, big team Cooookiees 
. . Go for It . The Land of Aahs Nurnies Sterling Silver Porkettes" 

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First Floor 

Pete Gale, Anthony Andreassi, Mike Beyer, Jeff Mowrer, Jofin Champlin, Jofin Callen, Dennis Gould, Jeff Allison 

"Hey Hey. My My Who gives a shit WhattfieF--' Bearcat took it! Get the C-- off the Rack Where Is Disco with the Master Neil, turn that thing 
DOWNi" Headhunt Dame Cabeza " 

Second Floor 

Bernie Stellar, Chris Shoop, Jim McEllhenney. Hazel. Loree Duym, Jim Pogue, John Hutley, Roque Calvo.Joe Gebhard. Jim Pagel, Mark Sypher, Ken Hendershot. 
Todd Rothrock, Scott Newhouse, Bob Shupp. Ra)an Kantkar. Scott Wagner, Bill George 

Third Floor 

Tom Levings. Jim Glasgow, Glenn Geollner, Bill Asterino, Dan Mills, Greg Monteith, Jack Jolly. Mike Lemons, Gerry Ryan, Drew Czerkawski, Derek Hoppes, John 
Lucey, Joel Ronco, George Myers, Paul Jutting, Kirk Kirkland 

"We've come to the place where the road and the sky collide Man the torpedoes . Dr D McArdle dies!" 




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First Floor 

Jim Bezanson, Jim Brady, Gerry Sauers, Mark Grove, John Boag, Gary Whiting, Mike Godynick, Glenn Haler, Eric Chamberlin, Brian Billies, Gary Freisinger, John Kneg 

"Grover. Ann's here Brian got 14 letters' Where's CarP Spadaro Yo, Great Dane C G 6 Pack Backgammon Kreig"? Boag. you communist' Eat a 
bag Harry, you got your calc done'' You gotta be a football hero" 

Second Floor 

Joe Stone, Walt Fulham, Paul Keyes, Scott Tennet, Al Puketza, Ram Shadel, Charlie Beirne, George Rankin, Jim Brady, Dominic Colugno, Kevin Johansen. Nick Rhillips, Al 
Rerelli, Bob Sbraccia, Sigma, Tom McArdle, Kevin Kaden, Tim Flatley, Joel Spotts, Lee Pellon, Ray Rose, Rob Gleason, Tom Orndorl, Doug Button 

"Dales?! Ugh Ying-Yang Hard to believe Larry Goody's Mom KLA Your mother Aldo Lever brain Perelli'sbass Guido" 

Third Floor 

Russ Darr, Barry Wargula, Pete Gower. Jim Bader, Mark Jacobs, Paul Jacobs, Jim Miserere, Jay Dougherty, Steve Kipp, Dave Anderson, Jay Mahoney, Nancy, Bill Campbell, 
Steve Johnson, Brian McCaffrey, Joe Kroiczyk. Vic Morgano, Mike Dobson, Tom Jameson 



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First Floor: 

Cathy Clarke. Pam Barr, Holly Herald, Dee Epps. Lauren Weigel. Carol Harlacher, Kathy Robinson, Deena Anderson, Sue Purgert, Roseann McGrath, Elaine Woodworth, 
Ramona Keefer, Justma Ortega. Darlene Olson, Helen Tus, Andrea Goodman, Tern Hue, Menke Evans. Sue Lavery, Kim Keith, Melanie Jones. Carey Wenner, Lorl Neman, 
Alicia Lawrence. Sharon Ford 

"Oh Babyl Gang Hug Getoff the phone' ,. /m so con/used" . Hive with slobs .. Preppie Why is the door locked? . .Whyfor^" 

Second Floor: 

Beth Dickenson, Mary DeHaven, Cheryl Biondi, Anita Scheirer. Deb Dunn, Lori Brown, Diane Heinz, Linda Friskey, Brenda Reigle, Barb Cooper, Deb DeGrotf. Sue Newman, 
Angie Carey, Patty Weber, Tammy Renolds, Pam Powell, Sebrina Gish, Eve Pickering, Judy Herlich, Chris Barger. Deb Decker. Delight Reiner, Loree Duym, Candy Harms, 
Verna DeWald. Brian Jacobson, Deb Kus, Sally Anee Foose, Mary Roberts, Lisa Zeiders, Janene Melitski, Jim McElhenney. Lon Jarmoska, Karen Wisniewski, Lynn Pennell, 
Mrs Rohland 

Third Floor: 

Dianne Everett, Kel.ly Hall, Joanne Lazzaro, Michete Long, Nancy Locker, Jennifer Bowen, Marcia Martin, Lisa Daveler, Sue Fisher, Tom Baldassare, Bev Cooney, Beth 
Graver, Kathy Picciano, Kim Long, Andrea Davino, Zoe Ann Doll. Pam Shadel, Linda Ehle, Kathy Mumford. Kim Shetfey 

"Be fhere, /^/oha Rug Collection Day Wrong door, Monty Goin' tothe bar^ Who pledged the floor again? . Answer the GD phone'" "Shower Anyone'' .. . 
GRUWD/ES-". . Gatalikethaf .. Sbraccia — Get Lost! . TGIF . . Nubs , Rape Patrol .. Party Hardy'" 




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Ricka Patterson, Esther Shaull, Shelby Taughinbaugh, MaryNell Romanik, Deb Morgan, Laurie Cook, Kathy Kelly, Michele DePrefontaine, Deb Lundahl, Felicia Sny- 
der, Lise Harrison, Nancy Darnell, Diane Sebright, Colleen Cramer, Sandy Reisinger, Steph Sachs, Linda Tyrell, Susan Smith. Susan Duryea, Liz Scott, Carol Withers, 
Deb Lucas, Pat Hassal, Joann Groman. Chris Guarno, Jan Smith, Dawn Humphrey, Gail Holcratt, Chris Himmler, Vicki Bryden, Jane Schlegel, Caria Stautfer. Stacey 
Godwin 

"Wake me up in 10 minutes Can you get into popcorn'' 10% of something is better than 1 00% of nottimg Nobody's ever had a rainbow until they had ram" 

Second Floor 

Jan Hoermann, K C Chisolm, Karen Mohl, Brenda Bennett, Judy Risser, Chris Wheelock, Kathy Douglas, Debbie Patschorke, Chris Thernen, Margaret Endslow, Jill 
Shaffer, Sharon Diedrich, Keiko Yunoki, Roselyn Rossi, Lynn Randolph, Maureen Mills, Beckey Newcomb, Carol McLeary, Patty McGregor, Becky Stoudt, Cindy 
Johnson, Sheryl Fitzgerald, Ann Bassoco, Anna Starr, Andrea Crude, Pat Germer 

"We run on Fossil Fuel' I could sliit a bnck' We'redoomed Oh no, I lost my key again And where did you stay last nigtif^ R M I "^ Whowantsto 
go to the bar?" 

Third Floor 

Jeanne Arthe, Sandy Hetrick, Karen Gard, Margaret Huml. Kim Haunton, Darlene Sitler, Richelle Porter, Carol Nixon, Sarah Strickland, Kim Lovitt, Phyllis Stine, Wanda 
Bashore, Wendy Fishel, Shelley Bantham, Vicky Shaw, Linda Samies, Alison O'Connor, Sue Yeiter, Sue Vought, Deb Sargeant, Ann Cummingham, Sue Slaybaugh, 
Ann Opfer 

Shut up It's quiet hours What a concept Go for it Whoa baby So. you've got mono'' Neato cool, man Why me, Lord? What a bummer .. . 
TGIF" 





Centre 



You're a pill — you're a pony Peeper's in Erika's window^ Ain't no doubt about it! , Centrefolds . . Ssssss Well, she , 
watch General Hospital today'' Hey now Millie . You have two choices , Rip' Take me to the attici , , Suck face? . 
yearbook'? . . How 'bout a "Irost/f'" ^ . . 



you bet! - . , Snakes . . . Did anyone 
Will Centre Hall get its picture in the 




Row 1: Marcy Douglas Row 2: Elyce Chadwick, Sue Smith, Donna LaFon, Kitty Kreitner, Sonia Probst, Liz Steele. Row 3: Leslie Cornelius, Linda McQueen, Ginny Lesser, 
Jennie Giachero, N.P.: Erika Fairlamb, Sandy Jenson, Chris Myers, Pam McKechnie. 



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Attic Window: Zulu 

Root: Wags, Brang, Zavats, Benson, Scofty, Barnesy, Marcy, Perb 
Porch: Rhoadsy, Voz, Gak, Paul Brockie, Toad. Dudley. Boot 
Missing: Greg "the stud" llioff 

"Bzzzt! Greg, Laura called Keg's empty. I got it last time The Imposter' GROW UP Albert, turn that disco offi Hey now, 
Millie VOZZO — PHONE One time my friend Joey and I Hey Wags, he: e comes Mary Nell Greg, just who are you seeing this week? 
. . . LIZ, DAMN IT! . How many finals do you have"? Suck Face'' Attic 78 Ultimate" 







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Row 1 : Karen Williams, Connie Modzelewski, Joann Jeffers, Willie Gunther 
Row 2: Joy Franks, Deb Alexander, Kan Kyriss, Cindy Kihn, Alison Artz, Sue Boyer, 
Row 3: Mary White, Mary Knight. Barb Edzenda, Sue Enk, Beth Leary 
Missing: Alison Gittleman 




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Row 1: Shell Bennett Row 2: Sue Karl, Becky Powell, Nicky Fox Row 3: Joyce Gnmm, Val Miller, Robin Kennedy, Kristin Shirk, Brenda Foch 
Row 4: Ann Sumner, Kirsten Benson N.P.: Rita Pierce, Cheryl Cook, Julia Hoover 




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1. Rosalind Coffman 2. Barb Pentland 3. Carol Nixon 4. Jane Ferree 5. Claire Mischler 
6. Kathy Miller 7. Carolyn Winfrey 8. Larry Potts 9. Melanie Jones 10. Sue Lavery 1 1 . 
Laurie Augustyn 72. Deb Foley. Missing: Deb Egolf, Shelby Taughinbaugh, Brad 
Stein, Dave Harris, Kim Mulder, Lee Brown. 



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1 . Cheryl Cook 2. Brenda Reigle 3. Dave Gorman 4. Dr. Fehr 5, Mike Gamier 6. Pam 
McKechnie 7. Charlie Salisbury Missing: Deb Poley, Bob Shupp, Gary Barnes, Doro- 
thy Boyle, Kathy Miller, Steve Miller, Deb Alexander, Shawn Bozarth. 



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1. Rich Harper 2. Barb Strock 
3. Chip Mershon 4. Denny 
Peters 5. Bruce Lyman 6. 
Scott Snyder 7, Dr Henninger 
8 Judy Landis 9^ Mike Gross 
10- Delight Reiner 11. Karen 
Neiswender 12. Carol Fleisch- 
man 13. Judy Herlich 74. 
Ginny Lesser 15. Dave Todo- 
roft 16. Ann Cunningham 7 7. 
Kirth Steele 18. Anne Stam- 
bach 19. Steve Vozzo 20. Bob 
Hogan 21. Scott Dallas 22. 
Tom Orndort 23. Mary Ellen 
Buonaiuto 24. John Tus 25. 
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1 . Chris Yntema 2. MaryNell Romanik 3. Judy Risser 4. Melanie Jones 5. Elaine Woodworth 6. Mark Tibbitts 7. Mike 
Lemons 8. Erika Fairlamb 9. Pam McKechnie 10^ Debbie Reimer 7 /. Sue Purgert. 




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/. Erich Schlicher 2. Richard Gates 3. David Godsiiall 4. Thomas Bowers 5. Craig dinger 6. Michael Scolomiero 7. Scott 
Smith 8. Mark Watson 9. Joseph Bashore 10. Ted Stanislaw 1 1 . Thomas Myers 12. Joseph Wapinsky 13. Daniel Meyer 14. 
Daniel Harwick 15. Charles Eddins 16. Mark Douches 17. David Stauffer 18. Michael Kohler 19. Timothy Long 20. Mark 
Hornberger Missing: William Reinecke, Thomas Siebenhuhner, David Snyder. 



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1 . Carol Harlacher 2. Connie Glynos 3. Cathy Clarke 4. Lauren Weigel 5. Sharon Diederich 6. Lisa Sung 
7. Elaine Schlatter 8. Beth Cunter 9. Linda Tyrrell W. Linda Wilson / 1. Janet Huber 12. Claire Mischler 
?3. Joanne Groman 14. Ricka Patterson 75. Linda Gingrich 16. Vicki Shaw 1 7. Diane Sebright 18. Maggie 
Miller 19. Darlene Miller 20. Deb Miller 21. Kathy Robinson 22. Kim Reese 23. Cathy Mann 24. Colleen 
Mullikin 25. Laurie Snyder 26. Marcie Woodland 27. Vicki Case 28. Stacey Godwin 29. Sandy Jensen 30. 
Nancy Gyger. 



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/, Kathy Kelly 2. Lisa Zeiders 3. Tracy Daniel 4, Debbie Morgan 5, Dawn Pauli 6 Denise Achey 7. Cindy 
Boyce 8 Kathy Miller 9 Holly Hibler 10. Lori Morgan 1 1 Carol Nixon 12. Chris Therrien 13. Anita Scheirer 
14. Ginny Smith 15 Sue Smith ?6. Michele DePretontaine 17. Stephanie Sachs 18 Andrea Jeckel 19. Lori 
Brown 20. Felecia Snyder 21. Dorothy Boyle 22 Kim Foster 23. Carol McCleary 24 Jan Smith 25 Laura 
Hendershot 26. Debbie Lucas 27 Susan Egner 28 Beth Cherry 29 Debra Foley 30 Linda Neiman 



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1. John Miller 2. Matt Hall 3. Kirth Steele 4. Tim Wolf 5 Bruce Lyman 6. Brad Shatinsky 7. Chip Mer- 
shon 8. Larry Potts 9. Charlie Salisbury 10. Joel Deaner 11. Bob Hogan 72. Mike Hansel 13. Eric 

Bausheer 74. Dung Phan 15. Karl Badman 16. 
Mike Gross 7 7. Gary Furman 18. Stuart Rose 
79. Tim Smith 20. Rick Seltzer 21. Frank Cor- 
radi 22. Ken Breitenstein 23. Barry Selinsky 24. 
Scott Dallas 25. Jim Haupt 26. Tom Orndorf 
27 Jim Welkie 28. Ken Haman 29. Ken Dear- 
styne 30. Doug Staples 31. Bob Bennett 32. 
Bryan Jones 33. Fred Bothe 34. Dave Gorman. 




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sky 8 Sharon Wallace 9, Sharon Love 1 Alison Artz 1 1 . Jeanne Arth 1 2- Margaret Hummel 1 3. Gary Barnes 14. 
Kim Reese 15. Stacey Godwin 16. Mark Douches 17. Dave McCarthy 18. Chris Lowther 19. Collen Mullikin 20. 
Pat McGregor 21 . Mary Roberts 22. Laura Nelson. 



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/, Bill George 2 Tadd Brown 3, Ken Hendershot 4. Jim McElhenney 5- Scott Wagner 6. Frank Ruggien 7, Joe 
Gebhard 8 Pete Gale 9. Jim Pogue ^0. Rick Nath /f. Tom Nussbaum 72. Dennis Gould ^3. Scott Newhouse M 
Rocky Galvo 75. Todd Rottirock 76. Jeff Allison 7 7. John Champlin 78. fVlark Syphier 7 9. Joe Remshifski 20. Scott 
Wallace 21 . Cfiris Sfioop 22. Jim Glasgow Missing: Scott Farrow, Ricti Motley, Dan Promutico. 



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1 . Leslie Klabbatz 2 Patti Richardson 3 Kim Hillman 4 Sue Yeiter 5 Kirsten Benson 6 Karen Gard 7 Jane Meyer 8. 
Sue Vought 9 Lisa Grozinski 10 Audrey Birkland 11- Deb Alexander 12. Joy Franks 13- Allison Gittleman 14. Cindy 
Kihn 15. Willie Gunther 16. Elyce Chadwick ?7. Kas Ray 18. Jean Eberly 79. Karen Fuller 20. Chris Guarno 21. Alison 
Artz 22. Ann Sumner 23 Julie Kauffman 24 Karen Williams 25. Anna Starr 26 Beth Leary 27, Ginny Lesser 28. Connie 
Modzelewski 29 Andrea Davino 30 Mary Knight 31 . Barb Burgess 32 Linda McQueen 33. Sharon Love 34. Sue Boyer 
35- Laurie Cook 36- Mary White 37. Joanne Jeffers 38. Barb Edzenga Missing: Sue Enck. Sharon Reeves, Justina 
Ortega. 




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1 . Greg Rhoads 2. Steve Vozzo 3. Jack Raymond 4. Ed Frac 5. Mark Rouloff 6. Albert Zavatsky 7. Dennis Jay 
Peters 8^ Leon VanKeulen 9. Martin Lane 10. John J. Tus 1 h Mike Buterbaugh 12. Scott Hughies 13. Keith 
Hottle ?4. Bill Perbetsky 15. Gary "Ayatollah" Barnes 16. Paul Brockie 7 7. Cameron Bruce 18. Dave Todo- 
roff 19. Mike Gadd 20. Dave Eckman 21. Gary Mikos 22 Ray Rose 23. Chris Palmer 24. Glenn Hoffman 25. 
Steve Hartnett 26. Zeke 27. Rescue Mission piloted by Greg lllioff, Steve von Wagoner, Chuck Sapp, and A. 
J. Nichols. 





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"I'm in the King's Naivee . . ."; Knights don't have pledg- 
ing; Football's a team sport; Billy, where's the hats'^: Zeke 
(andZook); Yeah, nght Paul'; ARW — ARW — AUW — AW 
— ARW; Hey, did you suck tace'^ did you get it''; Who's Liz 
going to marry, Warren or Chris''; Are you sure John Champ- 
lin isn't a Knighf^: What do ya call it . , "I remember when I 
walked across Keyport Bay ... on my hands'^" Ultimate.; 
You'll get over it!'; Who's inactive, I don't owe any money! 






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Neiss 9. Lisa Daveler 10. Kathy Picciano 11. Sue Fisher ?2. Krista Hoch 13. Laurie Kroop 74 Bev Cooney 15. Gail Holdcraft 16. Sandy 
Reisinger 7 7. Wendy Knaub 18. Tern Hue 79. Tracy Steele 20. Kathy Kemery 27. Kim Lovitt 22. Mary Roberts 23. Joy Furlong 24. Mary 
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1. Paul Keyes 2. Tim Flatley 3. Bert Kane 4. Joe Stone 5. Mike Godynick 6. Scott Tennant 7. Kevin Lachecz 8. A! Perelli 9. George Loder 
10. Bob Sbraccia 1 1. Steve Todaro 72. Lee Pelton 13. Jim Sbarro 14. Mark Grove ?5. Dave Anderson 16. Jotin Boag ?7. Victor Morgano 
18. Dave Light 19. John Krieg 20. Pete Gower 21. Tom McArdle 22. Jim Monteith 23. Jim Bezanson 24. Jim Empfield 25. Jim Bader 26. 
Enc Chamberlain 27. Walt Fullam 28 Ed Grant 29. Dom Cotugno 30. Glenn Hafer 31. Gary Whiting Missing: A! Puketza, Joe Krolczyk, Bill 
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Flesh Pile . , . Goody's Mom . Up Ye Brothers and Sing Fraternity . . . 
Dates, Dates" . . . Put your noses on the wall . . . Drink @# *'■'!##(§)!, 
Drink @~""'~^@^. Drink, Drink . . , Flyers — Capitals tickets still availa- 
ble, see Al Puketza in Keister 209 . ^ . Guido . . - Perelli is in E-town! . . . 
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Row 1: Head Coach Lou Sorrentino, John Feaster, Tad Brown, Gary Catino, Russ Darr, John Lucey. Jud Staufter, Henry Hotf. Rick Nath, Jim Pogue, Jerry Sauers. Steve 
Todaro, Randy Valone. Tom Levings. Jim Glasgow, Tom Nussbaum, Asst Coach Kent Reed Row 2: Athletic Trainer Pat Trainor, Tim Flatley, Greg Weaber Jerry Ryan Pete 
Donnelly, John Vaccaro, Anthony Andressi, Dan Mills, Tom Lake, Mike GIdynick, Al Puketza, Charlie Beirne, Rich Due, Joe Remshilski, Andy Krowsoski John Hutley Asst 
Coach Bud Getz, Asst John DeFrank Row 3: Equip Manager Terry Knight, Joe Shappell Dave Moyer, Vic Morgano, Rick Shotf, Doug Button, Dom Cotugno, Brian Billies 
Jom Brady, Dave Nuyannes, Anthony Scagnelli, Kevin Kaden, Scott Wallace, Jim Pagel Row 4: Student Trainer Mark Douches, Dan Maroni, Brian Marshall, John HIavaty 
Steve Beecher, Kevin Johansen, Eric Chamberlin, Walt Fullam, Scott Farrow, Al Perelli, George Loder, Paul Pitcher, Ed Frac, Rob Cowan, Buzz Ritchie, Nick Phillips 



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The dream that almost 
was . . . Alonzo Stagg ... the 
Q and I oftensive linemen . . . 
Jimmy, done any wrestling 
lately'^ . . . Sacritice your body 
tor the program . . . It's 
easy!!! . . . Holding Number 
63 . . , 220's, 40's, and Up 

Downs . . . Wednesday, over-the-hump day . . the electricity under ttie ligtits on a Saturday Nigtit 
... oh' sweet victory . . . Ain't no stoppin' us now . . . The road to Hell is paved with GRETNA 
WOMEN . . . you knew the job was dangerous when you took it . . . Lebanon Valley College versus 
Franklin Marshall on the ABC NCAA College football game of the week . . . Jump on a hand gre- 
nade on ABC , , . A 5 and 4 season, WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR!!! . . . Johnson's, WE'RE THERE! 






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Row 1: Coach Walters, Debra Egolf, Sue Newman, Deb Decker, Mary White, Sue Vought, Lisa Grozinski, Julie Kauffman, Joy 
Franks, Colleen Cassidy, Karen Breitenstein, Coach Harriger, Row 2: Marilyn Wolf, Jane Meyer, Krista Hoch, Chris Guarno, Kay 
Koser, Felecia Snyder, Mary Inman, Becky Stoudt, Candy Harmes, Merike Evans- 













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Every corner's a goal . , . mark your 
man . . - score^ score, score . - . Eat 
My Shorts! ... SIT DOWN . . . 
"Spanky" . . meet the ball . . . 
"Are we gonna win? Say. YEAH, 
YEAHiii" 



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Row 1: Ed Grant. Mike Groody, Tony Sumo, Paul Keyes, George Rankin, Bill Astermo, Jim Stoltzfus Row 2: Greg Monteith, Tom McCardle, Ken 
Breitenstein, Scoti Dallas, Jefl Scanniello, Saeb Neshawait, Onno Prinsen, Ghdemreza Nounzzi. Row 3: Asst Coach, Coach Correll, Kevin 
Lachecz, Rick Marturano, Brent Dohner. Dave Killick, Jim Sbarro, Mohammed Canteh. 



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Track and Field 




Row 1: David Kramer, George Rankin, Bob Fullenlove, Joel Carpenter, Mike Lemmons, Chris Palmer Row 2: Coach Reed, Mark Hornberger, 
Scott Sherwood, Lee Pelton, Bill Bogart, John Hutley. Dave Moyer Row 3: Kurt Amiung, Matt Hall, Ken Hendershot. Ken Breitenstein, Mark 
Sypher. Bryan Jones 





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GOOBIES! . . . Who wants to run the mile relay? 
. . . Who do you think you are, Lasse Viren? . . . 
MVP's Ken Hendershot, Bill Casey, and the 
secret mile relay team of Otis, Leroy, Jerome, 
and Dewey. 





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MEN'9 BA9KETBALL 



-leabags . . . Self . . . Country Rhoads . . . 
Rooky . . . Furd Chubbs . . . Shot . , . Zak! . . . 
Box!! . . . Airball . . . "Please, Mr. Referee, Sir" 
. . .'Rooky's 1000 . . . Shingle Jim . . . Bulb . . . 
"Boom, Boom out Go the Lights" Quin- 
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Row 1: Coach Loftus, Coach Satalin, Coach Schock. Row 2: Ken Brosier, Rocky Calvo, Barry Wargula, Pete Gale, Dave Light, Mark 
Sypher, Scott Mailen, Derek Hoppes, Bill George, Todd Rothrock, Joe Krolczyk, Joel Spotts, Jack Callen, Todd Quinter. 



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Row 1: Penny Hableib, Kathy Picciano, Sandy Jensen. Row 2: Coach Trainor, Ram Shadel, Lisa Daveler, 
Joy Furlong, Karen Anderson, Leslie Klabbatz, Jane Myer, Missing: Sue Smith. 



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Women's 
Basketball 

Rebound ... On the Line . . . Let's just work on the 
fundamentals . . . Shoot Madiganlll YES SIR . . . 
Everyone is standing around picking their noses . . . 
Wrong Door Monty . . . The Thumb . . . Pic-i-you- 
nose . . . Those Ugly, Amazon Women from E-town 
, . . Whose bra came out of their laundry bag??? 



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TEAM MEMBERS: Daryl Boltz, Rich Harper, Jay Mahoney, Hieu Nguyen, Paul Pitcher, Andy Risser, CurtSipe, 
Glenn Steinmuller, Kevin Varano, Scott Wagner, Coach Petrofes. (No Team Photo Available) 



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Cross Countr-y 




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Row 1: Coach Hoffsmith. Tim Smith, Bill Casey, Lee Pelton, Al Gunkle, David Gorman, Row 2: Bryan Jones 
Braig Smith, Joel Carpenter, Ray Rose, Todd Gleason Row 3: Ken Shoemaker, Steve Angeli Daryl Boltz' 
Rob Lemke, John David Row 4: Bill Bogart, David Kramer, Tom Myers, Ron Wheeler 



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Row 1: Joe Gebhard, Todd Quinter, Paul Keyes, Joe Remshifski, George Loder, Ed Grant Row 2: Joel Ronco, Pete Bnggs, Dave Hall, Drew Czerkawski, Rick Shoff 
Row 3: Tom McCardle, Jack Raymond. Kevin Johansen. Jay Dougherty, Paul Jutting, Coach Gorrell. 




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Row 1: Kay Koser, Chris Wheelock. Kathy Douglas, Leslie Cornelius, Colleen Cassidy, Row 2: Sue Newman, Kathy Picciano, Krista Hoch, Candy Harmes, Linda 
Evans, Lisa Grosinski, Joy Franks Row 3: Coach Yuhas, Ann Sumner, Lisa Daveler, Barb Burgess, Maureen Mills, Val Miller, Becky Stoudt, Mary Buonaito, Coach 
Harriger, 



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Visor Women Strike Again . . . 
Quick Stick ... Cut for the Ball 
. . . Score! Score! Score! . . . 
Stick Check . . . Give! . . . Shoot! 
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Row 1: Coach, Mike Byer Row 2: Julie Kauffman, Glenn Hater, David Ramage, Dave Light, Barry Selinsky, Doug Staples, Hieu Nguyen 



Tennis 



Good shot, you homo' , . . I know where we are, 
Coach . . . Take a Lefti Easy, Nam . . . EASY' . . . 
Are you buying dinner, DAD'' . , . Julie Kauffman — 
Annville Gigolo . , , Just long' . . Our biggerst prob- 
lem IS fhat we don't hit enough shots back , , , Julie, 
what's this disco crap'' . , Can we stop and buy a 
frisbee' 







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Ralph Ackerman. Eric Schaeffer, Mike Gadd. Jeff Mowrer, John Champlin, Jim Pogue, Lance Putt, Scoti Tenant 



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Row 1: Mike Kyne, Kevin Leddy, Joe Stone, Bob Shupp, Rob McGrorety, Mike Groody, Leo Hearn. Row 2: Fred FalchI, Frank Rhoads, Casper Saladino, Dave 
Killick, Bob Burns. Tony Guaspenni, Ron Robb, Marty Warchizer, Coach Satalln. 





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Yearbook epilogues generally fit into one of the following three categories; 

1) PHILOSOPHICAL DRIVEL, Eloquent, bull-filled phrases charactenze their clos- 
ings, proving that no issue is so straightforward that it cannot be made obscure. 

2) AUTOBIOGRAPHY AD INFINITUM. Written with all of the vibrance and color of a 
term paper, these narratives recount the production of the yearbook from begin- 
ning to end — or until the last reader has been bored to sleep, 

3) OUTPOURING OF THANKS. Before composing such an epilogue, an editor 
must first consult her thesaurus to obtain every known synonym for the word 
"thanks." Next, a complete staff list must be prepared. The third step is to match 
each synonym with the appropriate member (senior staffers — when we get any — 
always rate adjectives: eg., "special thanks," "deepest gratitude"). The thoughtful 
editor also thanks her parents for conceiving her. her school for having her, the stu- 
dents for funding her, and the world for being such a keen place in which to publish 
an annual. 

Rather than submit to one of these time-tested techniques for writing an epi- 
logue, we would like to make some personal comments about the 1 980 Quittie 

After listening to the bitching of a huge portion of the student body concerning 
the quality of last year's book, we decided to strive for considerable improvement 
This we have accomplished with the help of a small but mighty staff Our thanks to 
Karen. Barb, Sue and Sue, Beth, Jennie, and Laura, To the photographers who 
always supplied us with the pictures we were constantly clamoring for (even when 
they were broke), our hat's off: Steve Vozzo. Keith Hottle, Mark Douches, Jim 
Grumbine, Chris Snavely, Brian Jones, and Overby Photography 

From a very professional prospective, our appreciation is gratefully extended to 
Harold Ulmer and Ed Patrick, the men with the advice on that perfect graphic 
design and an occasional free lunch off campus 

We're glad that we had the opportunity to be the editors of this yearbook 
Whether or not it has brought you to a literary orgasm, the 1980 Quittie is still an 
excellent reflection of Lebanon Valley, We sincerely hope that you have enjoyed 
the book 

— Pam Shadel '81 and Leslie Cornelius '80 



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We've only just begun to live. 
White lace and promises 
A kiss for luck and we're on our way. 
And yes. We've just begun. 

Before the rising sun we fly. 

So many roads to choose 

We start our walking and learn to run. 

And yes. We've just begun. 

— PAUL WILLIAMS