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Table of Contents 

Student Life 6 

Academics 32 

Seniors 62 

Underclass 84 

Athletics 98 

Activities 124 

Greeks 148 



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volume 74 
1989 



QUITTAPAHILLA 

Lebanon Valley College 
Annville,PA 17003 



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HOMECOMING 



During halftime of LVC's 1988 Homecoming game 
Doreen Simmons, Theresa Leach, Bryna Vandergrift, 
Deb Spancake, Missy Andrews, and Beth Trout were 
presented as LVC's 1988 Homecoming Queen 
candidates. Bryna won the title and was crowned as 
Queen. "It was a great day in my life", she said, "I felt 
honored to be chosen to represent a school like ours. 
People have a tendency to underrate LVC because it's a 
small school and is located in Annville, but I feel that 
LVC offers a very down-to-earth atmosphere and close- 
knit family." 

LVC also celebrated its Homecoming Weekend with 
the traditional bonfire, carnival, parade and 
entertainment, as well as a victory on the football field. 
The win over Albright, the first Homecoming victory for 
the Valley since 1981, resurrected a college tradition in 
which classes are cancelled the Monday after a 
Homecoming victory. After Saturday's game, a crowd of 
students, mostly freshmen, trudged up the hill to 
Kreiderheim to remind President Synodinos of the 
tradition. It certainly doesn't get any better than that. 





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ACTIVITIES FAIR 



At the advent of each new academic 
year the various clubs and organizations 
on campus participate in the annual 
Activities Fair. This event was created 
mainly for the incoming freshmen so 
that they can become familiar with the 
wide variety of extracurricular activies 
in which they could become involved if 
interested. It also gives the freshmen an 
opportunity to meet many of the 
upperclassmen and to socialize with 
them and makes it possible for the 
upperclassmen to welcome the new 
members of the student body. 





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OUR TOWN 



Thornton Wilder's Our Town hit the LVC stage for 
Homecoming weekend, and, more importantly hit home 
for the viewing audience. The play, with virtually no 
props, took place in a quaint, ficticious New Hampshire 
town, Grover's Corners, in the early 20th century. It 
focuses on the lives and times of a few select 
townspeople as they go through the everyday motions 
of living, loving, working and dying. 

The lead role in the play was the Stage Manager, 
played by Kevin Downs. He was the humble narrator of 
the play, describing the history of the town as well as 
the action on stage. 

The first act was a typical day in the town, with Dr. 
and Mrs. Gibbs, played by B.J. Checket and Lara 
Berezin and their next door neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wally Webb, played by Ken Miller and Sonja Compton. 
These families wake at the crack of dawn to make their 
bacon and go to work. Their offspring leave for school. 
The townspeople go about their everyday chores and 
duties. There is not much else that goes on in the town. 

The second act involves the ever-so-common puppy 
love theme, and then marriage, between George Gibbs 
and Emily Webb, played by Renato Biribin and 
Katherine Henry. Their love is as innocent as mom's 
apple pie, and they waste no time in tieing the knot, 
despite Emily's apprehension and desire to be loved 
forever and ever. 

The final act was a somber display of the town 
graveyard, with the townspeople long since passed. It 
also involves Emily Webb's funeral, who died while 
giving birth to her second child. The deceased try to 
convince Emily not to flashback to the past because it 
would only make it more painful. They realize that it is 
easier to be dead than alive. This point of view, which 
Wilder tries to convey, is pretty hard to swallow, yet 
makes us wonder. 

All of the characters of Our Town are real , with no 
window dressing. They are the kind of down-to-earth 
people you can find in Annville or just about anywhere. 
From George Gibbs' naive innocence to Dr. Gibbs' and 
Mrs. Webb's diligence and dry affection, and Emily's 
discontent with life, they are all well-staged and 
entertaining. 

Congratulations to director Dave Plummer, to all 
those people not previously mentioned, and to those 
people appearing on the LVC stage for the first time. A 
job well done in Our Town! 





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BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS 




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Neil Simon's poignant sitcom, Brighton Beach 
Memoirs, certainly made waves to a receptive audience. 
The play was a welcome change-of-pace for the LVC 
community, since the norm had been run-of-the-mill 
Broadway productions that have circulated for years on 
end. 

The play covers a couple of weeks in the life of the 
Jerome family of Brooklyn , New York, in the late 
1930's. The narrator of the play was 15-year old Eugene 
Jerome, played by Robert Schwartz. In a very realistic 
and from-the-hip performance, Eugene relates all the 
family crises, as well as his very pubescent point of 
view of life. 

Typical family havoc develops in Brighton Beach over 
one evening's dinner: Eugene's older brother Stanley 
(Renato Biribin) is fired and must write a letter of 
apology to his superior to get his job back; live-in 16 
year-old cousin Nora (Missy Andrews) wants to run off 
to Broadway to start her career, and her mother, Aunt 
Blanche (Pam Collins) doesn't approve. Nora's younger 
sister Laurie (Liz Whitney) has a perpetual flutter in her 
heart, and mother hen Kate (Kathleen Ryan) tries to 
keep sanity in the family. Chad Saylor plays the wise 
father, Jack Jerome, whom everyone goes to for strenght 
and guidance. 

As with any situation comedy, there are always those 
little subplots which are so enjoyable to see, such as the 
conflict between Nora and her mother Blanche, who is a 
widow, and has to take responsibility and make 
decisions for her daughter. Blanche also feels that 
sooner or later, she has to make a life of her own and 
can't depend on her sister's family. There is even a spat 
between Blanche and her sister Kate. 

At one point, Stanley gambles away his week's salary 
and feels the only thing left to do is to go into the 
service. He soon returns, realizing that he can't turn his 
back on his own family. Jack passes out on the subway 
from stress, but still doesn't fail with his infinite wisdom 
and ability to offer love and consolation. In the end, 
everyone makes up and everyone is happy. 

All of the performances were equally powerful and 
balanced. None of the players really stole the show, but 
each one complemented the other. The play had all the 
right stuff: a good cast, an entertaining story, and lots 
and lots of laughs. Congratulations to Jef Betz for 
picking such a good play and pulling it off in such a big 
way. 



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GREASE 



The Spring musical, Grease, at LVC was entertaining 
and on the whole was done with great pizzazz. The 
dancing was excellent and the singing was done with 
the usual 1950's spunk that everyone is used to in this 
production. The musical score, directed by Tracy Shank, 
was immpecable, in other words, spectacular. 

Directed by LVC theatre veteran Sonja Compton and 
choreographed by Richard Wilson, Grease at LVC kept 
up to par with the original Broadway production, with 
the ever-so-predictable romance between the main 
players Sandy Dee (Theresa Leach) and Danny Zuko 
(Kirk Cremer). The entire cast fit their roles very well, 
especially Sandy Dee, who was as beautiful and 
innocent as Olivia Newton John in the movie Grease. 

Grease maintained the LVC theatre standards of an 
entertaining performance. 





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BAND 



The 1988-'89 marching band, directed by Dr. 
Robert Hearson, arrived early on the LVC 
campus, once again, to compose its pre-game 
and half time shows and to prepare for the 
entire season in general. This early arrival also 
gave the new members a chance to become 
acquainted with the others as well as with the 
campus. The shows this year were designed by 
Lee Umberger. The Drum Majors were Christy 
Milliken and April Horning and the Silk 
Captains were Dee Capece and Kathy Henry. 

Although belonging to the band requires hard 
work, cooperation and dedication, it also 
provides a source of fun and friendship for its 
members. One of the most important elements 
that enables the band to be so successful each 
year is their team spirit and their desire to do 
the best they possibly can. 





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LIGHT IN THE VALLEY 



This year, Student Council and the 
Council of Religious Organizations 
sponsored a weekend of special seminars, 
music, and fellowship for the campus 
community. The weekend began on the 
evening of Friday March 10th with 
musician Mark Cable performing in Miller 
Chapel. On Saturday, a seminar series 
began at 1:00 p.m. Along with various 
other speakers, Rev. Gene Hubler of 
Pleasantville, the keynote speaker, 
appeared. Hubler spoke on "Evangelism 
in Our World." 

The highlight of the weekend was 
Saturday evening's very successful David 
Meece concert. The Lynch Gym was 
packed with over 930 people. 

The successful weekend came to a close 
on Sunday morning with a campus 
worship service in Miller Chapel. Student 
Council and CRO are hoping to make 
"Light in the Valley" an annual event. 





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FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 




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This year the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship was awarded to Leslie Mario, a 
January of '89 graduate of LVC. Leslie, an actuarial science major, in September of 
'89 went to study at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland and studied 
there for nine months. 

In her junior year of college, Leslie was chosen by her departmental professors 
as exceptional and well qualified for the scholarship. Once she accepted the 
challenge, she had to derive a proposal for research in a certain field that could be 
taken to another country to be studied. This proposal had to be something that 
could be done more easily and productively in a country other than our own. 
Leslie's proposed topic of study was the past and future effects of AIDS on the 
insurance business. 

Leslie then completed a very lenghty application with the help of her special 
staff. This application was then reviewed by the International Institute of 
Education and the various screening committees of the approximately 104 
countries offering the program. After a long wait, the decision for winners was 
made, and Leslie was notified that she had won the scholarship. 

LVC should be proud to know that within the past 14 years, eight LVC students 
have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships. It will be difficult, if not impossible, for 
any rival college to surpass this achievement. 



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SPORTS CENTER DEDICATION 




The Edward H. Arnold Sports Center was officially dedicated in a public 
ceremony on Saturday, October 22, 1988. The ceremonies began at 10:30 in the 
morning in the Arnold Sports Center arena. Along with a number of other events 
that were slated for the day the crowd was entertained by performances from such 
groups as, Lebanon Valley's Quartet in Residence and the Concert Choir. The list 
of speakers included President Synodinos, Dean Marquette, Elizabeth Weisberger, 
the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and of course Edward H. Arnold himself 
was present at the ceremonies. 

"This was a big event for the Lebanon Valley College community," said Vice 
President of Student Affairs George R. Marquette. Although "opening" ceremonies 
were celebrated the previous February when former President Arthur Peterson 
dived into the pool, the building was actually dedicated on the 22nd. Since 
February of '88 the Sports Center has become an everyday part of many of the 
students' lives but the dedication ceremonies made the building an official part of 
our campus. 

The Development Office was responsible for putting the program together. All 
students and parents visiting for Parent's Day were invited to attend. Many of 
them did and the dedication ceremonies turned out to be a very successful event. 



WORLD EVENTS 




New Leader 



In 1988 Ronald Reagan 
stepped down to allow his 
former Vice-President, 
George Bush, to take his 
place as our 41st 
President. 




Voyage of Discovery 

It had been three years since the Challenger disaster, and 
it was time for NASA to redeem itself. The Discovery's 
expedition was a great success, and America was back in 
space again. 




Devil's 
Advocate 

In 1989, Salman Rushdie 
published a novel that turned 
most of the Islamic world 
against him. "The Satanic 
Verses" quickly evoked the 
wrath of the Ayatollah 
Khomeini, who called for the 
murder of Rushdie, with a 
reward of $5 million as an 
incentive. Rushdie is currently 
in hiding in Britain, and has 
apologized for any distress he 
has caused. 



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Agony in Armenia 

An earthquake hit Soviet Armenia in 
December, leaving more than 40,000 dead 
and many more seriously injured. 





Tower Loses Nomination 

Even with the endorsement of George Bush, John Tower could not win over 
the Senate and attain the position of Secretary of Defense. Tower was 
accused of excessive drinking and accepting $750,000 in consulting fees from 
defense contractors. 



Murder in 
the Capital 



There has been an 
explosion of drug-related 
/iolence in Washington. 
Since 1985, the District of 
Polumbia's homocide rate 
nas increased by 151 
' nercent. The cause of this 
destruction is crack 
::ocaine. No major city has 
B higher murder rate. 
[For the most part, the 
lomocides are committed 
oy, and to, drug dealers. 
This wave of drug crime 
nas thrown a shadow over 
;he already controversial 
'idministration of Mayor 
iVlarion Barry. Another 
■esult is a shortage of local 
police officers, and 
overcrowding in 
Washington's jails. 




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WORLD EVENTS 




Box Office 
HIT 

Rainman was the box office hit of the year 
Critics as well as movie go-ers gave it "Thumbs 
up". Dustin Hoffman portrayed an autistic se- 
vant and Tom Cruise played his brother. This 
touching, yet humorous, film recieved the honoi 
of being chosen Best Film at the Academ) 
Awards and also earned Hoffman an Oscar foi 
Best Actor. 



Super Bowl 
XXIII 

This years Super Bowl was a tough 
game between the San Francisco 
49-ers and the Cincinnatti Bengals. 
After four quaters of rough football, 
San Francisco emerged victorious 
to claim their title as the year's 
champions. The 49-ers were led by 
quarterback Joe Montana. This vic- 
tory boosted his career and made 
his name a household word. The 
Super Bowl was said to be one of 
the best games of his career. Con- 
gratulations to both teams for a 
successful season. 








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1988 Summer 
Olympics 

Seoul, Korea was the host to ath- 
letes from all over the world this 
year as the participants compet- 
ed for medals in the Summer 
Games. We were proud of our 
U.S. team when they brought 
back their medals. After hitting 
his head on the diving board, 
Greg Louganis won the Gold 
Medal in the Men's Diving Com- 
petion. "Flo Jo's" unique style 
and speed made her an instant 
hit with her countrymen and 
also won her a medal. 




Look Out Cosby 



Roseanne Barr has taken the television sit-com industry by storm. 
Roseanne's cynical humor has made her and her show an instant 
success. She has launched her show to Nielsen Ratings Top 10 by 
basing her "average family life" show on her stand up comedy act. 
Getting past the humor of the show, Roseanne wanted to be the first 
mom ever to be a mom on television. She wants to show her viewers 
the struggles of a working mother. 



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A NEW LEADER 




On December 4, 1988, Lebanon Valley College enjoyed a day of celebration. 
Beginning at 10:30 a.m. and culminating around 9:00 that evening, the day was filled 
with various festivities, including a morning worship service, a special dinner held 
for 720 invited guests, and the annual Christmas at the Valley service. The cause of 
all the hoopla was indeed a rare event, namely the inauguration of the fifteenth 
president of Lebanon Valley College. 

After serving three years in the military, John A. Synodinos received his degree at 
Loyola College as a history major with a philosophy minor. 

Since then, Synodinos has held many positions which include Assistant Director 
of Admissions and Associate Director of Public Relations and Special Events, both 
being at Johns Hopkins University. He was also President for Development at 
Franklin and Marshall College. 

After helping to locate a new president for F & M, Synodinos resigned and began 
his own consulting firm. It was as a consultant that Synodinos first became familiar 
with Lebanon Valley. He participated in the presidential search and helped in the 
screening of the candiates. Synodinos, when asked, accepted the challenge of 
president after much consideration. 

Synodinos now brings his considerable leadership abilities and warm, friendly 
manner to the Valley, and we welcome him with open arms. 



ADMINISTRATION 





Mr. John A. Synodinos 
President 



Dr. Howard L. Applegate 
Dean of Continuing Ed. 





Dr. Robert E. Hamilton 
Vice Pres. & Controller 



Dr. George R. Marquette 
Vice Pres. & Dean of Students 





Dr. William J. McGill 
Vice Pres. & Dean of Fac. 



Miss Rosemary Yuhas 
Assoc. Dean of Students 



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ADMINISTRATION 






Ms. Ruth Andersen 
Asst. Dir. of Financial Aid 



Mr. William Brown 
Director of Financial Aid 



Mr. David Calvario 
Director of Student Activities 






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Dr. Robert Clay 
Registrar 



Mr. David Evans 
Dir. of Career Planning & Placement 



Ms. Barbara Feaster 
Counsellor in Admissions 






Mrs. Deborah Fullam 
Asst. to Pres. for Instl. Research 



Mr. Ronald Good 
Asst. Dean of Admissions 



Mr. Robert Harnish 
Manager of College Store 



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Dr. John Abernathy Smith 
College Chaplain 



Ms. Virginia Solomon 
Asst. Dir. of Media Services 











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Mr. Gregory Stanson 
Dean of Enrollment 





Communications Office Staff 



Development Office Staff 



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STAFFS 



Librarians 



Library Secretaries 




Administrative Secretaries 




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IN MEMORIAM' 



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Dr. Robert Clay 
(1940 — 1988) 



This past Christmas Day the Lebanon Valley College community suffered a great 
loss at the death of a good friend, Dr. Robert Clay. He became a respected member of 
the Lebanon Valley College family as a sociology professor in 1978. In 1986 he took 
on the additional responsibility as Registrar. He was dedicated to his work and 
showed a warm, friendly concern for students. Not only did Dr. Clay take care of 
registering students at Lebanon Valley, he was also a founder of the Lebanon Valley 
College Quiz Bowl. He belonged to several prestigious organizations including: the 
Civil War Roundtable, the American Sociological Association, and the Society for 
Psychological Study of Social Issues. 

Dr. Clay was always willing to make time for others, not just students but for 
strangers as well. He was involved in the noon meals program, which is geared to 
bring food to those who are in need. It is this concern and compassion for others that 
will keep Dr. Clay living on in our hearts. 

Even though he is no longer with us, his spirit and lasting accomplishments will be 
a constant reminder of the love that he had for the Lebanon Valley College 
community. 



FACULTY 





Dr. Madelyn Albrecht 
Assoc. Prof, of Education 



Ms. Donna Anderson 
Asst. Prof, of Economics 





Dr. Vincent Anigbogu 
Asst. Prof, of Chemistry 



Mrs. Sharon Arnold 
Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 



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Dr Susan Atkinson 
Asst. Prof, of Education 



Mr. Bell 
Asst. Prof, of Chemistry 





Dr. Philip Billings 
Professor of English 



Mr. Donald Boone 
Asst. Prof, of Hotel Mgmnt. 



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FACULTY 





Dr. James H. Broussard 
Chairman of Hist. & Poli. Sci. 



Dr. D. Eugene Brown 
Assoc. Prof, of Poli. Sci. 



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Dr. Donald E. Byrne Jr. 
Chairman of Phil. & Rel. Dept. 



Dr. Voorhis C. Cantrell 
Prof, of Rel. & Greek 



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Dr. Sharon F. Clark 
Chairman of Mgmt. Dept. 



Dr Richard D Cornelius 
Chairman/Prof. Chemistry 





Dr. Salvatore S. Cullari 
Asst. Prof, of Psych. 



Dr. George D Curfman 
Prof, of Music Ed. 



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FACULTY 





Dr. Michael Day 
Associate Prof, of Physics 



Dr. Barbara Denison 
Dir. of Leadership Inst. 





Dr. Phylis Dryden 
Asst. Prof, of English 



Dr. Scott Eggert 
Asst. Prof, of Music 



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Miss Susan Lee Egner 
Instructor of Spanish 



Dr. Dale J. Erskine 
Asst. Prof, of Bio. 





Mr. William H. Fairlamh 
Prof, of Music 



Mr. James D. Forsha 
Instructor of English 



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FACULTY 





Ms. Eileen Frankland 
Instructor of Sociology 



Dr. Pierce Getz 
Professor of Music 




Dr. Michael Grella 
Chairman of Education Dept. 



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Dr. Klement M. Hambourg 
Assoc. Prof, of Music 



Dr. Carolyn R Hanes 
Chrm/Prof. of Soc. Dept. 





Mrs. Joann Y. Hauer 
Dir. of Comp. Workshops 



Dr. Brian V. Hearsey 
Prof, of Math Sciences 



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FACULTY 





Dr. Robert H. Hearson 
Asst. Prof, of Music 



Dr. John H. Heffner 
Prof, of Philosophy 





Dr. R.A. "Boh" Hrees 
Asst. Prof, of Math 



Dr. Barry L. Hurst 
Chairman/Asst. Prof. Physics 



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Dr. Diane M. Iglesias 
Chairman of Foreign Lang. 



Mr. Richard A. Iskowitz 
Chairman of Art Dept. 





Mr. Richard A. Joyce 
Asst. Prof, of History 



Dr. John P. Kearney 
Chairman of Eng. Dept. 



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FACULTY 





Mrs. Nevelyn Knisley 
Assoc. Prof, of Music 



Dr. Robert Lau 
Chrm. & Prof, of Music 





Mr. Robert Leonard 
Asst. Prof, of Management 



Dr. Frederick Maidment 
Assoc. Prof, of Management 



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Dr. Leon E. Markowicz 
Prof, of Leadership Studies 



Dr. Joerg W. P. Mayer 
Prof, of Mathematics 




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Mr. Daniel B. McKinley 
Asst. Prof, of Leadership 



Dr. Owen A. Moe, Jr. 
Prof, of Chemistry 



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FACULTY 





Mr. Philip G. Morgan 
Asst. Prof, of Music 



Dr. John D. Norton, III 
Prof, of Poli. Sci. 





Dr. Sidney Pollack 
Assoc. Prof, of Bio. 



Mr. O. Kent Reed 
Chairman of Phys. Ed. 



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Dr C. Robert Rose 
Assoc. Prof, of Music 



Ms. Gail A. Sanderson 
Asst. Prof, of Acctg. 





Dr. lames W. Scott 
Prof, of German 



Mr. David S. Seitz 
Asst. Prof of Acctg. & Mgmt. 



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FACULTY 





Dr. Stephen R. Sexsmith 
Vis. Asst. Prof, of Chem. 



Dr. Dennis W. Sweigart 
Assoc. Prof, of Music 





Mr. Warren K. A. Thompson 
Assoc. Prof, of Phil. /Leadership 



Mr. Horace W. Tousley 
Chaiman of Math Dept. 



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Dr Mark A. Townsend 
Asst. Prof, of Math 



Dr. Pern' J. Troutman 
Prof of Religion 





Mr. John J. Uhl 
Dir. of Media Services 



Dr. Susan E. Verhoek 
Prof, of Bio. 



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FACULTY 




Dr. Thomas Vilberg 
Asst. Prof, of Psychology 




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Mrs. Jacqueline Vivelo 
Asst. Prof, of English 




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Dr. Stephen Williams 
Professor of Biology 



Mrs. Barbara Wirth 
Asst. Prof, of Accounting 



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Dr. Paul L. Wolf 
Chairman of Bio. Dept. 



Dr. Allan F. Wolfe 
Prof, of Biology 




Mr. Glenn H. Woods 
Assoc. Prof, of Eng. 



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COACHING STAFF 





Louis Sorrentino 
Athletic Director/Golf 



Kathy Tierney 
Asst. A.D./Softball/Field Hockey 






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Gordon Foster 
Men's Basketball 



Jodi Foster 
Women's Basketball & Track 



Larry Larthey 
Wrestling 



Jim Monos 
Football 







Wayne Perry 
Women's Volleyball 



Kent Reed 
Cross Country & Men's Track 



Harry Shirk 
Soccer 



Ed Spittle 
Baseball 



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ACADEMIC 
QUOTES 

Happiness is . . . 

"a six-figure gift to the college". 

Pres. Synodinos 
"Watching students receive their diplomas 
at commencement". 

Greg Stanson 

I know it is going to be a bad day when . . . 

"I see the Dunkin' Donuts look in 
the students' eyes". 

Dr. Markowicz 
"1 climb 3 flights of stairs to my office and 
discover my keys are locked in the car". 

Dr. Clark 
"What I thought was chocolate chips turn 
out to be raisins". 

Dean McGill 
"My morning oatmeal hardens in the pot". 

Dr. Grella 

It dosn't get any better than . . . 

"being able to fit into size 10 slacks with- 
out a shoe hom and a shovel". 

Dr. Dryden 
"spending Spring Break on a tropical is- 
land!". 

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STAFFS 




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Maintenance and Housekeeping 



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NEW FOOD SERVICE 




One of the biggest changes on the Lebanon Valley campus this year was the 
renovation of the dining hall and the hiring of a new food service. Students 
returned from Christmas Break and saw a whole new set-up, provided by the 
Hallmark Management Service. 

Students are now eating in the completely renovated, "restaurant-like" East 
Dining Hall instead of the West Dining Hall. 

Getting into the cafeteria has become more difficult. Students must show both 
their college identification card and their newly issued meal card to the monitor 
before entering the Dining Hall. 

As for the food, some think it is better and some do not, but there is a much 
larger selection than before. The salad bar is about three times as large as it used to 
be, there are always at least two choices of entree', and there is a dessert bar. 

The students were at first dismayed by the new set-up, however, they are now 
growing accustomed to the new procedures and atmosphere. Overall, the new 
service has done a lot to improve the dining experience at Lebanon Valley College. 




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SENIORS 




William Adams 
Biochemistry 



David D. Andrews 
Music 



Melissa Andrews 
Sociology 



Lisa Bauermann 
El. Ed. 




Ruth Ann Boltz 
Eng./Comm. 



Martha Bordic 
Psychology 



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Joseph Buehler Karen L. Burt 

English Economics 



David K. Bush 
Psychology 



Scott Carter 
Math/Poli. Sri. 




Sonja Compton 
Biology 



Karl Conrad 
Management 



Greg A. Comman 
Biology 




Veronica Craig 
Psychology 




Bemeice Eby 
Sacred Music 



Susan Erickson 
Biology 



Amy Evans 
Psychology 



Daphne Ferster 
El. Ed. 



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SENIORS 




Helen Anne Filippone 
Acctg./Mgmt 



Linda Foerster 
Economics 



Stacy Gangewer 
Act. Sci. 



Trinda Garner 
Poli. Sci. 




Rebecca Gaspar 
Spanish/Psych. 



Pamela Green 
El. Ed. 



Melissa Haunton 
Psychology 



Marjorie Haak 
Int. Bus. /Span. 




Sylvia Hay 

Span./Eng. 



Jason Hen- 
Chemistry 



Mark Hoffsommer 
Int. Bus. 



Andrew Hower 
Comp. Inf. Sys. 



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Tamara Hudish 
Management 




Janelle D. Klunk 
Bio. /Med. Tech. 



Drue Koons 
Management 



Kristine Kropp 
El. Ed. 



Theresa Leach 
El. Ed. 



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SENIORS 




Jennifer Lord 
Act. Sci. 



Robert Loughney 

Acct./Mgmt. 



Barbara Lowie 
El. Ed. 



Robin MacCrindle 
Management 



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Leslie Mario 
Act. Sci. 



Lisa Mazei 
Bilolgy 



Todd Metzler 
Act. Sci. 



Carl Miller 
Chem./Comp. Sci. 




Kenneth Miller 
Psychology 



Carl W. Mohler 
History 



Grace Morrissey 
Int. Bus. 



Joy Mummert 
Social Service 




Mary Mutschler 
Psychology 



Laurie Mutz 
Biology 



David Myers 
Chemistry 



Frederick Neiswender 
Management 



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SENIORS 




Anna Nissley 
Social Service 



Wendy Noll 
Music Ed. 



Douglas Nyce 
Music 



William O'Connor 
Comp. Inf. Sys. 




Patricia Paterick 
El.Ed. 



Wendy Pearre 
Music Ed. 



Mark Phillips 
Acctg./Mgmt. 



Patricia Pontari 
Social Service 




Michael J. Pullman 
Acctg./Mgmt. 



Eric Rabenold 
Act. Sci. 



Karen Rauenzahn 
Biology 



Michele Reichert 
History 



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David Reihart 
Liberal Arts 



Christine Richmond 
Poli. Sri. 



Jay Rinehart 
Management 



Brian Robinson 
Music Ed. 




Regina Santus 
Music Ed. 



7i 



SENIORS 




Letitia Saylor 
Act. Sci. 



Tracy Shank 
Music Ed. /Psych. 



Kathy Sheaffer 
Poli. Sci. 



Lori Shenk 
El. Ed. 




\ \V?&sll3!S 

Doreen Simmons 
Management 



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Lynne Smith 
Biochemistry 



William Snelling 
Music Ed. 



Jeffrey Snook 
Act. Sri. 



Debra Spancake 
El. Ed. 




Linda Stine 
Biology 



George Stockburger 
Bus. Mgmt. 



Lori Stortz 
Act. Sri. 



Christopher Strohl 
Act.Sci. 




Suzanne Taylor 
El. Ed. 



Douglas Terpstra 
Poli. Sri. 



Edwina Travers 
English Ed. 



Beth Trout 
Soc. Ser. /Psych. 



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SENIORS 




Bryna Vandergrift 
English 



Paul Van Houten 
El. Ed. 



Heidi Wagner 
Music 



Leslie Walter 
Biology 




Jennette Wanbaugh 
Health Care Mgmt. 



Kim Weisser 
Management 



Rebecca Wemer 
English 



Annie Wolf 
English/Comm. 




David Wonderlv 
Math 



Christine Wynkop 
General Studies 



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SENIOR AWARDS 



ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD IN MANAGEMENT 



Mark R. Hoffsommer, Michael J. Pullman, Jill A. 
Ross & Renee M. Schuchart 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY AWARD, PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER 

ANDREW BENDER MEMORIAL CHEMISTRY AWARD 

BAISH MEMORIAL HISTORY AWARD 

B'NAI B'RITH HENRY LEVIN MEMORIAL AMERICANISM AWARD 

OLIVER P. BUTTERWICK PHILOSOPHY AWARD 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CLUB AWARD 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS AWARD 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AWARD 

DAHLBERG CHEMISTRY AWARD 

ROBERT S. DAVIDON AWARD FOR RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY 

GOVERNOR JAMES H. DUFF AWARD 

ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD IN ECONOMICS 

EDITH FRANTZ MILLS AWARD IN MUSIC 

FRANCIS H. WILSON MEMORIAL BIOLOGY AWARD 

JEAN O. LOVE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN PSYCHOLOGY 

M. CLAUDE ROSENBERRY MEMORIAL AWARD 

MARTHA C. FAUST MEMORIAL AWARD 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR OF DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER, SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN ACTUARIAL SCIENCE AWARD 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR IN MATHEMATICS AWARD 

PENNSYLVANIA INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AWARD 

PI GAMMA MU SCHOLARSHIP 

PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT'S AWARD FOR SERVICE 

REYNALDO ROVERS MEMORIAL AWARD 

RHO ETA CAST OF ALPHA PSI OMEGA AWARD 

SENIOR PRIZE IN ENGLISH 

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA COLLEGE HONOR AWARD 

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA HONOR CERTIFICATE AWARD 

SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA SECTION, AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY AWARD 

FRANK E. STACHOW MEMORIAL AWARD 

WALL STREET JOURNAL AWARD 

JOHN F. ZOLA ATHLETIC AWARD 

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES: David D. Andrews, David 

Alan Bolton, Gregory Scott Carter, Deana Marie Crumbling, Todd L. Grill, Melissa Ellen Haunton, Andrew Raymond 

Hower, Kristine Ruth Kropp, Theresa Dawn Leach, Lottie Ann Leakey, Jennifer Suzanne Lord, Leslie Roberta Mario, 

Christopher Todd Metzler, Carl Cameron Miller, David Patrick Myers, Frederick Michael Neiswender, Douglas Lloyd 

Nyce, Wendy Lynn Pearre, Eric Karl Rabenold, Debra Lynn Rauanheimo, Jill A. Ross, Nadine M. Saada, Chad Everett 

Saylor, Letitia May Saylor, Lynne Ellen Smith, Christopher Scott Strohl, Bryna Lee Vandergrift 



Lynne Ellen Smith 

Deana Marie Crumbling 

Frank Roy Piper 

Douglas Lloyd Nyce 

Joel Arthur Kline 

Debra Ann Spancake 

Andrew Raymond Hower 

Carl Cameron Miller 

David Patrick Myers 

Melissa Ellen Haunton 

Douglas Lloyd Nyce 

Karen Louise Burt 

Wendy Lavon Noll 

Lynne Ellen Smith 

Deana Marie Crumbling 

Wendy Lynn Pearre 

Jennifer Suzanne Lord 

Pamela Sue Green 

Leslie Roberta Mario 

Gregory Scott Carter 

Michael J. Pullman 

Gregory Scott Carter 

Debra Lynn Rauanheimo 

Douglas Lloyd Nyce 

Sonja Rose Compton & Jennifer Suzanne Lord 

Susan Bonfanti 
Nadine M. Saada 
Nadine M. Saada 
Carl Cameron Miller 
David Alan Bolton 
Renee M. Schuchart 
Michael David Betz 




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FRESHMEN 




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Lori Altimus 



Scott Askins 



Scott Bell 



Jennifer Benussi 



Laura Berezin 




Marianne Boltz 



Colleen Bouyea 



Danielle Bowen 



John Bauerman 



Dan Boyer 




Jennifer Bragunier 



Byron Brought 



Daniel Bruno 



Molly Ann Buchanan 



Kirk Campbell 




Jomarie Cardinale 



Ann Cawley 



■i 
Cathi Clouser 



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Danielle Fetters 



Patty Fleetwood 



Kathryn Ford 



Susanna Fowler 



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Julie Frederick 





Rebecca Goodrich 



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FRESHMEN 




Gretchen Harteis 



Janice Hartz 



Amber Hegi 



Jamie Heintzelman 



Holly Hendrix 





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Marcus Home 



Amy Hutton 



Allison Ingalls 



Marie Janovich 



SO 




Cathy Kroah 



Beverly Kreider 



Denise Kulp 



Laurie-Ann La Barre 



Lesley Laudermilch 




Susan Leonard 



Donna Longcoy 



Kristin Maize 



James Marion 



Stacey M. Marker 




Michelle May 



Tom McClain 



> 
Robert McCready 



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FRESHMEN 




Pam Merther 



Alyson Neiswender 



Tawni Niklaus 



Lori Nyce 



Danielle Owens 




Robert Petro 



Douglas Prowant 



Molly Rasmussen 



James Riegel 



Mike Rose 





Lori Rothermel 



Stephanie Runk 



Susan Sarisky 



Keith Schleicher 



Tim Schwarz 




Angie Selsam 



Kyle Sergott 



Kimberly Shaffer 



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LauraBeth Shearer 



Michelle Smith 



Shawn Snavely 



Kim Sollenberger 



David Stimpson 




Jeffrey Stouter 



Suzanne Szoszorek 



Stephen Teitelman Sarah Thompson 



Diane Tuman 





Christa Wachinski 



Robert Weaver 



Roy Williams 



Scott Young 



Patricia Zalar 







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SOPHOMORES 




Jeanne Adams 



Jonathan Anderson 



Melissa Askey 



Joyce Attix 



Bob Aubel 




Howard Bampton 



Julie Barbush 



Judy Barron 



Nannerte Bassininsky 



David Bentz 




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Deb Clarke 



Blaine Connor 



Keith Copenhaver 



Knsten Curran 



Debbi Darchi 




Ann Deirrich 



Jennifer Devine 



Dawn Didonato 



John Diller 



Carl Fortna 




Kristan Foster Glen Gangewer 




Katie Giberson 



Rachel Grella 



Tracy Gressman 



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SOPHOMORES 




Scott Grumling Kathryn Guindon 



1 ,' i 

Bill Guntrum 



Patricia Haeusler 



James Haine 




Brad Kintzer 



Tammy Knerr Brendalyn Krysiak 



anel Kughler 



Joan Landis 



8b 




Kelly May 



Donna McElwee 



Sarah Miller 



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SOPHOMORES 




Stephen Miller 



Johanna Schaum 



Christy Milliken 



Philip Nourie 



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James Ruddy 



Dave Sandler 




Stephanie Schumaker 



Albert Senft 



David Sheats 



Michael Slechta 




Lynn Smith 



Tracey Smith 



Kelly Snyder 



Rebecca Snyder 



Kenethia Staley 








Rolf Steinke 



Debra Stoudt 



Leslie Strauss 



Kelly Stuckey 



Kevin Thomas 




Robyn Ulmer 




David Umla 



Edward Vanlandeghem 



Andrew Wangman 



Amy Waterheld 




Jay Yoder 



Steve Young 



Christopher Zebrowski 



Michael Zettlemoyer 



Mary Beth Ziegenfuss 




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JUNIORS 




Marc Allen 



Matthew Andris 



Sandy Aumiller 



Scott Barlup 



Sharon Ban- 




John Brenner 



James Carroll 



Dina Carter 



Diane Churan 



Tina Clymer 





Kirk Cremer 



Robert Crawl 



Angela Davis 



Camille DeClementi 



Christine Dellinger 



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Kevin Dempsey 



Heidi Derhammer 



Lon DeWald 



James Dillman 



Kevin Downs 




Brian Engle 



Sharon Faust 



> 
Maria Fenty 




Steve Ferruzza 



Melanie Fleek 







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JUNIORS 




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Peter Fowler 



John Galvin 



Joann Giannettino 



Shawn Gingrich 



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Allison Gow 




Kelly Green 



Tamara Groff 



Michelle Grube 



Matt Guenther 



Erica Habel 




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Jane Mark 



Michael McGranaghan Robert L. Mikus 



Laura Miller 



Jill Morrett 




Timm Moyer 



Dwayne Nichols 



Susan Noel 



Harry Oliver 



93 



JUNIORS 




Susan Parhlla 



Lori Reed 



Karen Rielly 



Christine Rissinger 



Elizabeth Rossen 




Sheree Rybak 



Pamela Schaadt 



Kathy Scheidegger 



Steven Schrack 



Sherry Scovell 




Dawn Shantz 



Brian Smith 



Edward Smith 



Rachel Snyder 



Kathy Supplee 




Donna Teator 



Mechelle Thomas 



Michael Tighe 



Stephen W. Trapnell 



Sandra Trumbo 



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Matthew Vera 



Laura Wagner 



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C. Watson 



Candace Wheedleton 



Cathie Wheeler 




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FOOTBALL 



The Dutchmen ended their '88 football season with a 
record of 3-6-1 and 2-6 in the Middle Atlantic Conference. 
LVC finished seventh in the nine-team conference, ahead 
of Wilkes and Albright. The win over Wilkes College on 
Parent's Day was very important because it emphasized 
how much the Dutchmen have improved during the 
tenure of head coach Jim Monos. The last two times they 
played Wilkes, they were beaten. This marked the first 
victory for LVC over a traditional MAC power in several 
seasons. After years of frustration, LVC seems to be on the 
verge of becoming a contender in the MAC. 




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***** 



LVC 




OPP 


3 


Bridgewater 


3 


I 3 


Moravian 


37 


7 


Widener 


21 


34 


Juniata 


38 


3 


Lycoming 


42 


24 


Albright 


7 


7 


Susquehanna 


19 


35 


Wilkes 


14 


31 


Upsala 


20 


8 


Delaware Valley 


13 




Row: Aaron Johnson, Karl Conrad, Mark Holmes, Joe Buehler, Andy Hower, Paul Levengood, Mike Betz; co-captain, Todd Grill; co-captain, George 
alia, Rory Hertzog, Chris Schwartz, Ken Wilson, Mart Andris, Brian Sultzbach; 2nd Row: Boyce Gineizcki, Brian Kaes, Ron Hopkins, Bob Mattoon, Dave 
itz, Brian Donley, Brad Rinehimer, Jim Ruck, Rick Beard, Mike Reif, Sandy Zettlemoyer, Mike Caputo, Chris Lucci, Rip Heister, Rich Yingling, Tom 
iver; 3rd Row: Joe Shermeyer, Paul Meholchick, Tim Tobin, Mark Reinhart, Chad McNaughton, Chris Pope, Heath Border, Troy Celesky, Dave Stover, 
ve Vajda, Don Lappin, Dave Sastak, Earl Weaver, Kent Weidemoyerr; 4th Row: John Hagerman, Jim Kirka, Doug Brown, Kerry Monk, Joe Curran, Brian 
:k, Larry Fry, Daryl Stump, Jim Carroll, Rick Cottle, Joe Souders, Pete Grindrod, Brian Buckingham, Thomas McClain; 5th Row: Jim Hall, Carey Moyer, 
ug Zook, David Sullivan, Chuck Funk, Evan Evans, Dennis Garlinger, Todd Smith, Karl Liedtka, Greg Gentek, Scott Waugerman, Brian Wassell, Mark 
json, Tom Campbell, Harold Sprenkle; 6th Row: Coach Jordan, Coach Brezitski, Coach Barnhart, Keith Dils, Ty Wilhide, Greg Zinn, Jeff Hessinger, John 
tide, Mike Clipp, John Russel, Scott Heinbaugh, Joe Alia, John Perozich, Coach Reich, Coach Ebersole, Coach Monos 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




1st Row: Kristen Brandt, Cindy Watson, Lisa Gary, Bryna Vandergrift, Diane Churan, Sue Sarisky, Patty Fleetwood, Helen Filippone; 2nd Row: Robyn 
Ulmer, Kelly May, Sandy Aumiller, Michele Filippone, Heather Emrich, Sue Leonard; 3rd Row: Coach Hoarst, Sue Partilla, Dawn Hickman, Danny 
Campbell, Barb Lowie, Joann Giannettino, Coach Tiemey 




The final record for LVC's 1988 Field Hockey Team was 
15-3-2. This was the first year in the college's history that the 
Field Hockey Team won the MAC title. 

After capturing the conference title, the team traveled to 
the NCAA Division III playoffs. There, the Field Hockey 
Team defeated Elizabethtown College, which was ranked 
third regionally and in the top eight nationally. 
Unfortunately, in the second round of playoffs, top ranked 
and defending national champion Bloomsburg State 
University brought LVC's rise to the top to a halt. 

The success of the Field Hockey team as a whole was 
mirrored by many of its members, including Bryna 
Vandergrift and Sue Partilla, who made the regional Ail- 
American First Team, and Kristen Brandt and Sue Leonard 
who made second team. 



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OPP 


1 


Moravian 





1 
2 


Gettysburg 
F&M 


1 






Millersville 


i 


3 


Wilkes 





2 


Elizabethtown 


4 


4 
1 


Susquehanna 
Scranton 


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Messiah 





2 


Swathmore 


1 


2 


Haverford 





3 
2 
4 


Lycoming 
Western Maryland 
Dickinson 




1 
1 




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CROSS COUNTRY 




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MEN'S 




LVC 




OPP 


20 


Muhlenberg 


43 


15 


Alvernia 


50 


15 


Washington 


50 


19 


Western Maryland 


44 




WOMEN'S 




LVC 




OPP 


50 


Muhlenberg 


15 ! 


15 


Western Maryland 


50 




102 




t Row: Chris Jenkins, John Galvin, E.J. Smith, Dave Esh, Mike Horn; 2nd Row: Chris Esh, Greg Jackson, Jack Malloy, Christian White; 3rd Row: Coach 
•.ed, Scott Young, Carl Forma, Al Senft, Jon Anderson 



t Row: Lori Rothermal, Sue Yingst, Joann Giannettino; 2nd Row: Coach Reed, Christy Painter, Maryann Lucykandish, Trish Haeusler 




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SOCCER 




1st Row: Bill Hoefling, Mike Sandone, Ben Smith, Ben Deardorff, Kevin Dempsey, Chuck 
Rusconi, Ed Wirth, Eric Rabenold; 2nd Row: Sean Pheneci, Tim Stuzman, Cameron Miller, 
Steve Titleman, John Jewell, Mark Evans, Corey Libey; 3rd Row: Coach Hess, Robert Kinney, 
Scott Ricci, Jim Micmenamin, Brian Hand, Rob Chaney, Rob Wolfgang, Andy Potter, Coach 
Shirk 



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LVC 




OPP 





Lycoming Tournament 


1 


s 


Lycoming Tournament 


1 


2 


Hazelton-Penn State 





2 


Lancaster Bible 


1 


2 


Susquehanna University 


1 


2 


Allentown College 


2 


2 


King's College 


1 


1 


W. Maryland College 


4 





Dickinson College 


1 





Gettysburg College 


3 





Ursinus College 


6 





York College 


2 





Franklin & Marshall 


3 





Widener College 





1 


Juniata College 


2 





Muhlenberg College 


7 


2 


Moravian College 


7 



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VOLLEYBALL 




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st Row: Maria Fente, Amber Heigi, Gretchen Harteis, Stephanie Runk, Lottie Leakey, Angie Carl, 
I'iane Tuman, Tanya Landitch, Janet Montanaro; 2nd Row: Coach Perry, Sue Kazinski, Donna 
longcoy, wendy Durham, Sharon Faust, Jill Morrett, Caprece Carrington, Coach Breidinstine 



LVC 


OPP 


1 


Eastern College 


2 





Dickinson College 


3 


2 


King's College 








Gettysburg College 


2 


1 3 


Albright College 


1 


3 


Lancaster Bible 


2 


2 


Swarthmore College 





2 


Muhlenberg College 


; 


2 


Wilkes College 





2 


Franklin & Marshall 


1 


2 


Elizabethtown College 


3 


3 


Goucher College 


1 


> 3 


Delaware Valley 





2 


King's College 








Messiah College 


3 


3 


Lycoming College 


1 





Western Maryland 


3 





Susquehanna University 


3 





Juniata College 


3 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




108 



LVC 




OPP 


'. 65 


Lennox Classic 


99 


84 


Catholic University 


108 


! 109 


Perm State 


90 


83 


Loyola College 


118 


90 


Alvernia College 


70 


78 


Juniata College 


84 ; 


68 


Moravian College 


72 


108 


Baptist Bible 


80 


88 


Carlisle Kiwanis Tourn. 


83 


70 


Messiah College 


82 


! 67 


Dickinson College 


82 


67 


Muhlenberg College 


101 


67 


York College 


77 


i 74 


Western Maryland 


91 


;; 82 


Gettysburg College 


88 




'Row: Daryl Hess, Scott Barlup, Bob Aubel, Ron Favola, Bill Klein, Scott Sturgis, Kenny Latorre, Ray Kargo; 2nd Row: Dave Bentz, Sean Hunter, Joe Rilatt, 
tt Wood, Bill Moore, Scott Richardson, Kevin Arnold, Coach Lou Sorrentino 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




1st Row: Danielle Fetters, Cindy Watson, Theresa Leach, Sue Partilla, Pamela Grove; 2nd Row: Kathryn Ford, Wendy Kiehl, Lisa Biehl, Sue Kazinski, Coach 
Foster 



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LVC 




OPP 


51 


Lycoming Tournament 


78 


58 


Franklin & Marshall 


90 


54 


Millersville Dutch Classic 


59 


57 


Eastern College 


53 


54 


Upsala Tourney 


59 


54 


Dickinson 


57 


; 49 


W. Maryland 


56 


43 


Gettysburg 


61 


78 


Delaware Valley 


74 



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WRESTLING 



After a long and successful career as head coach of 
the Lebanon Valley wrestling team, Gerald Petrofes 
retired. During his twenty-five years with the team, he 
had accumulated more than two hundred wins. 

Larry Larthey, a 1972 graduate of Lebanon Valley, 
took the reins as head wrestling coach this season. 

The team traveled to Scranton to compete in the 
Middle Atlantic Conference Tournament in February of 
this year. Despite some setbacks in its 1988-'89 season 
the team is looking hopefully toward the future. 





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OPP 


6 
11 


Augustana 
St. Anselm 


5 
10 


6 


Bluffton 


11 


4 
13 


Capital 
Milwaukee 


1 
12 


7 


Rio Grande 


11 


2 



Capital 
RIT 


4 
2 


5 


Millersville 


6 


1 


Swarthmore 


17 


4 

6 

14 

11 

9 


Gettysburg 

Muhlenberg 

Muhlenberg 

Susquehanna 

Elizabethtown 


6 

3 

6 

12 

21 



1 


Albright 
F&M 


7 



1 


F&M 


2 


4 
3 
4 

4 


Juniata 

Western Maryland 

Western Maryland 

Gettysburg 

Messiah 


8 
1 
9 
6 

8 



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1st Row: Scott Waugerman, Jay Yoder, Shawn Schreffer, Daryl Keller, Mike Spangler; 2nd Row: Evan Evans, John Feichtel, Rick Cottle, Ken Wilson, Steven 
Murray; 3rd Row: Coach Spittle, Daryl Hess, Christian Foust, Chris Esh, Scott Barlup 



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SOFTBALL 





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1st Row: Erika Allen, Caprece Carrington, Toni Davis, Robin Ulmer, Korina Hoffman, Danielle Bowen, Nannette Bassinninski, Jen Leitao; 2nd Row: Coach 
Tiemey, Wendy Keihl, Michelle Sullivan, Barb Lowie, Sharon Faust, Danielle Campbell, Kathy Ford, Dawn Hickman, Sue Leonard 



118 




LVC 




OPP 


5 


Washington 


7 





Susquehanna 


11 


3 


Susquehanna 


15 


8 


Western Maryland 


7 


10 


Western Maryland 


17 


2 


Gettysburg 


22 


I 2 


Gettysburg 


12 





F&M 


11 


3 


F&M 


5 


4 


Juniata 


9 


6 


Juniata 


7 


1 


Dickinson 


10 


9 


Dickinson 


10 



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MEN'S & WOMEN'S TRACK 




1st Row: Jon Anderson, Greg Jackson, Chris Jenkins, Mike Home, Rich Yingling, E.J. Smith, Dan Tredinnick, Jay Mills, Mike Pontz; 2nd Row: Coach Reed, 
Scott Young, Brian Fernandez, Jim Marion, Joe Rilatt, Al Senft, John Galvin, Ed Dema, Christian White, Cameron Miller 



MEN'S SCORES 




WOMEN'S SCORES 


Dickinson 83 LVC 68 


Lycoming 23 


Dickinson 91 LVC 63 


Lycoming 15 


Muhlenberg 99 LVC 82 


Elizabethtown 


Muhlenberg 87 LVC 63 


Elizabethtown 12 


Del. Valley 102 Albright 38 


LVC 35 


Del. Valley 72 LVC 54 


Albright 44 


W. Maryland 54 Johns Hopkins 50 


LVC 42 


Johns Hopkins 58 LVC 56 


W. Maryland 49 


Juniata 89 LVC 78 


Elizabethtown 8 


LVC 102 Juniata 50 


Elizabethtown 7 


W. Maryland Relays LVC; 7th 


9 teams 


W. Maryland Relays LVC; 5th 


9 teams 


Messiah Invitational LVC; 9th 


16 teams 


Messiah Invitational LVC; 4th 


15 teams 


MAC Championship LVC; 13th 


17 teams 


MAC Championship LVC; 9th 


17 teams 




1st Row: Michelle Grube, Patricia Hauesler, Alison Gow, Helen Filippone, Sue Yingst, Laura Baird, Joann Giannettino; 2nd Row: Maria Fenty, Patty Zalar, 
Cindy Sladek, Molly Buchanan, Kenethia Staley, Coach Foster 



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!^ow: Tom Giovanni, Jeff Randazzo, Tony Buglio, Travis Emig; 2nd Row: Tom Rhodes, Chris Lucci, Coach Sorrentino 




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SCORES 




York 441 


LVC 461 




W. Maryland 
398 


LVC 407 


Messiah 
463 


LVC 410 


King's 429 


Lycoming 
431 


LVC411 


Johns Hopkins 
461 


Ursinus 
465 


LVC 428 


Albright 439 


Phila. 
Textile 462 


F&M414 


LVC 444 


E-Town 
461 


Muhlenberg 

445 


Swarthmore 452 LVC 460 


Moravian 41 7 LVC 449 


Gettysburg 

467 


Wilkes 404 


LVC 437 


Scranton 
448 


LVC 436 


Widener 447 


Delaware 

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Accounting Club 



Gail Sanderson, Advisor; Brian Wassell, Treasurer; Mike Pullman, President; Michelle 
Sullivan, Vice-president; Drew Hildebrand, Secretary 




Biology Club 



1st Row: Tracy Gressman, Kelly Snyder, Linda Stine, Kristie Painter, Lynne Smith, Jen 
Nauman, Sheree Rybak, Laurie Mutz, Angie Davis, 2nd Row: Adam Hostetler, Chris 
Curran, Tricia Hausler, Jack Malloy, Kevin Downs, Donna Longcoy, Tina Clymer, 3rd 
Row: Lance Deiter, Kathy Guindon, Suzie Jefferies, Sheryl Drake, Kim Sollenberger, Roy 
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Business Club 

The Business Club provides 
members with the opportunity to 
meet with local businessmen and 
women to discuss current issues in 
the business world. Activities include 
behind-the-scenes tours of places like 
The Hotel Hershey and Stroh's 
Brewery, a trip to Philadelphia with 
tours of the Mint and Federal 
Reserve, and speakers in business- 
related fields. The club also 
fundraises and hosts the annual 
Management Department Dinner. 
Management majors as well as 
anyone with a general interest in 
business is invited to join our club. 



1st Row: Kim Weisser, George Stockburger, Allison Gow; 2nd Row: Dr. Maidment, Aida 
Seropian, Kim Shaffer, Kirk Campbell, Brendalyn Krysiak, Holly Deemer, Drew 
Hildebrand, Mike Zettlemoyer, Doreen Simmons, Stefanie Wilds, Mr. Boone; 3rd Row: 
Tracey Smith, Damon Namee, Greg High, Kyle Sergott, Janice Hartz, Erica Habel, Todd 
Grill, Kathy Scheidegger, Michelle Sullivan, Drue Koons, Chris Schwartz, Jill Ross, Bob 
Loughney, Mike Pullman, Rick Beard; Not Pictured: Glen Gangewer, Robin MacCrindle, 
Ken Latorre, Matt Andris 




Chemistry Club 



1st Row: Jeff Stouter, Adam Hostetler, Neil Biser, Dave Myers, 2nd Row: Brett Hoffman, 
R. Jason Herr, Matt Vera, Not Pictured: Bob Sherman, Melanie Fleek, Sue Kazinski, Chris 
Dellinger, Carl Miller, Lynne Smith, Bill Adams 



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ACTIVITIES 




Class of '89 



Lori Stortz; Secretary, Scott Carter; President, Joe Lipinsky; Vice-President; Not Pictured: 
Renee Schuchart; Treasurer 




Class of '90 



Cami DeClementi; Vice-President, Kevin Dempsey; President, Toni Salam; Secretary, 
Melanie Fleek; Treasurer 



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Class of '91 



John Busedu; Secretary, Brian Wassell; Treasurer, Kelly Snyder; Vice-President, Jean Paul 
Duvall; President 




Class of '92 



Julie Frederick; Treasurer, Roy Williams; Vice-President, John Anderson; President, Lesley 
Laudermilch; Secretary 



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ACTIVITIES 




1st Row: Jill Hamilton, Pamela Green, Kristie Kropp; 2nd Row: Marianne Boltz, Joanne 
Gianettino, Erika Allen, Larry Frye, Lora Bopp, Becky Goodrich, Krisyin Davis, Allison 
Lngalls; Not Pictured: Sue Taylor, Cheryl Lambert,Michele Fillipone, Laura Baird, Jodi 
Bupp, Karen Reilly 




Childhood 
Education Club 

The Childhood Education Club 
works toward the education and 
well-being of children. The BOOST 
Christmas party for underprivileged 
children is one of the club's most 
heartwarming activities. A visit to the 
Elizabethtown Children's Hospital or 
another local facility raises the 
patients' spirits. The club also 
handles the craft activity for 
Children's Day during the Spring 
Arts Festival. Guest speakers, 
movies, useful projects, and an 
overall good time round out the year. 
This club is for everyone who cares 
about today's children. 



College Democrats 

The LVC College Democrats offer 
the campus community the 
opportunity to actively participate in 
local, state and national campaigns. 
The club tries to stimulate college 
students' political thought and active 
interest in governmental affairs and 
to support and promote the ideals 
and principles of the Democratic 
Party. The LVC College Democrats 
work directly with the Democratic 
Party of Lebanon County and 
participate in the political activities of 
the Lebanon County organization. 



1st Row: David Wonderly, John Brenner, Linda Van Zandt, Suzanne Szoszorek; 2nd Row: 
Heidi Durhammer, Josue Diaz, Sara Thompson, Colleen Bouyea, Pam Collins, Naomi 
Greenstein, Hille Craig, Michelle Reichert, Suzie Jefferies; 3rd Row: Laura Miller, Doug 
Nyce, Dave Myers, Jim Hargrove, Keith Schleicher, Jim Bradford, Matt Vera, John Busedu, 
Robert Schwartz, Ian Bonner, Donna Longcoy, Laura Berezin 



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College Republicans 



1st Row: Scott Carter; 2nd Row: Chris Strohl, Paula Young, Joann Giannettino, Chad Saylor, 
Laura Baird; 3rd Row: Renato Biribin, Mark Phillips, Sheryl Drake, Dave Stimpson, Kim Shaffer, 
Trinda Garner, Heide Wagner, Timm Mover, Rob Andrew, Tod Metzler, Rob Petro, Jim Haine, 
Scott Carey, Brad Rinehimer, Ron Valadika, Kim Weisser, Thomas Klukososki, George 
Stockburger 




Computer Club 



1st Row: Rob Gangemi, Mike Tighe, Dee Capece, Howard Bampton; 2nd Row: Roy 
Williams, Tim Schwarz, Earl Weaver 



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ACTIVITIES 




CRO 



Council of Religious Organizations 
is in charge of overseeing all the 
Christian organizations on campus. It 
provides a forum for discussion of 
ideas to improve the campus and 
pools resources and talent for 
campus activities such as worship 
services, community service projects, 
concerts and speakers. 



1st Row: Laura Judd; Vice President, Winnie Travers; 2nd Row: Steve Butz; Treasurer, Amy 
Evans, Michelle Grube, Dwayne Nichols, Brian Engle, Chris Lonie; 3rd Row: Becky Werner; 
Secretary, Chris Wynkop, David Bolten; President, Wendy Durham, Helen Filippone; 3rd Row: 
Laura Beth Shearer, Mary Catherine Wilson; Not Pictured: Edward VanLandeghem 




1st Row: Eric Rabenold; Co-Treasurer, Helen Filippone; President, Kenethia Staley, Joann 
Giannettino, Laura Baird, Michael Home; 2nd Row: Todd Metzler; Co-Treasurer, Michele 
Filippone, Brian Engle, Wendy Durham; Vice-President, Michelle Grube, Tricia Haeusler, 
Jay Yoder; Not Pictured: Amy Paszkowski; Secretary, Pam Grove, Sue Yingst, Kathryn 
Ford, Jim Marion, Gretchen Harteis, Carl Fortna, Diane Tuman, Heather Emrich, Ridge 
Salter 



FCA 



The Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes is an organization for all 
students who are athletes or who are 
interested in sports. FCA gives each 
person the challenge to receive Jesus 
Christ as their Savior. The group 
sponsors films, guest speakers, Bible 
Studies and much more. 



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French Club 

The Lebanon Valley College 
French Club is active both on 
campus and off. Each Halloween, the 
French Club gets in the scary spirit 
with the Annual Haunted House, 
incorporating blood-curdling tales 
from French literature and history. 

To enrich their cultural knowledge, 
the members of the club travel to 
museums or peruse foreign films and 
novels. They also show their school 
spirit by participating in International 
Cultures Day, Homecoming 
Carnival, the Activities Fair and 
Spring Arts Festival. 



1st Row: Deb Stoudt; Treasurer, Nadine Saada; President, Brendalyn Krysiak; Secretary; 2nd 
Row: Ann Dietrich, Lori Nyce, Erica Habel, Molly Rasmussen, Katny Henry, Jef Betz; 3rd Row: 
Mike Spangler, Jennifer Bragunier, Matt Guenther, Chris Hills; Not Pictured: Lottie Leakey; 
Vice-President, Holly Deemer, Paula Cali, Allison Gow, Kim Sollenberger, Amy Paszkowski, 
Alison Rutter 




German Club 

Teutonia Vallis is the German Club 
of the Valley. At Halloween, the club 
aids its French counterpart with its 
annual Haunted House. Teutonia 
Vallis also planned an "Intensive 
Weekend in German," updated its 
German Quiz Bowl for International 
Cultures Day and performed its 
colorful Fasching Dances. 

Aspirations for the future of 
Teutonia Vallis include trips to local 
German events, visiting New York 
City's German Quarter, possible 
European Voyages, improving the 
Foreign Language House and 
possibly founding a German Honor 
Society. 



1st Row: Matt Guenther, Andy Wangman; 2nd Row: Diann Lenker, Lisa Kerr, Tami Groff; 
3rd Row: Robert Petro, Mark Hoffsommer, Jim Stock, Matt Vera, Brian Engle; Not 
Pictured: Dr. Scott, Advisor 



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ACTIVITIES 




Greenblotter 



1st Row: Kathy Henry, Patti Pontari, Winnie Travers, Becky Werner; 2nd Row: Michelle 
May, Ian Bonner, Molly Buchanan; Not Pictured: Joe Buehler, Amy Earhart 




Underground 
Committee 



1st Row: David Bush, Chuck Rusconi, Jennifer Lord, Jim Haine; 2nd Row: Lisa Bauerman, 
Pete Fowler, Beth Trout, Suzanne Szoszorek 



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H.I.S. 



Sitting: Amy Evans, Michelle Grube, Karen Beres, Anne Kelly, Edward Van Landeghem, 
Pam Schaadt; Standing: Jim Dillman, Bill Snelling; Not Pictured: Jim Ruddy, David Bolten 




Hispanic Culture 
Society 

The Hispanic Culture Society 
unites all those who have an interest 
in a foreign culture, and throughout 
the year, has fundraisers in order to 
travel to various destinations to see 
performances or exhibitions related 
to the Hispanic culture. 

The Hispanic Culture Society also 
participates in International Culture 
Day during the Spring Semester. As 
part of the program, the Flamenco 
Troupe, a branch of the club, 
performs Spanish dances that its 
members rehearsed during the year. 



1st Row: Jill Ross, Sheree Rybak, Becky Gaspar, John Busedu; 2nd Row: Marianne Boltz, 
Denise Kulp, Marc Allen, Michelle May, Ian Bonner, Erika Allen, Lora Bopp 



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ACTIVITIES 




History & Poli. Sci. 
Club 



1st Row: Michele Reichert, Josue Diaz, Suzanne Szoszorek; 2nd Row: Chris Jennings, 
Leon Motz, John Brenner, Scott Askins, Tim Biltcliff, Rob Andrew, David Sheats, Ian 
Bonner, Rob Petro, Linda Hepler, Pam Collins, John Bowerman, Sarah Thompson 




International 
Business Club 

The International Business Club 
provides an opportunity for students 
interested in international business to 
gain information about the discipline 
outside of the classroom setting. The 
club sponsors movies and speakers 
which work to supplement the study 
of international business and provide 
a more comprehensive picture of the 
international business world. This 
club, with the help of the foreign 
language clubs on campus, also 
sponsors and organizes International 
Cultures Day. 



1st Row: Erica Habel, Mark Hoffsommer, Diann Lenker, Brian Engle; 2nd Row: Kathy 
Scheidegger, Andrew Wangman; Not Pictured: Jill Ross, Marc Allen 



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Jazz Band 



The LVC Jazz Band is comprised of 
26 members. Its main purpose is to 
provide an outlet for the musician on 
campus who enjoys playing jazz. It 
also serves to educate the members, 
as well as the entire campus 
community, about one of America's 
greatest contributions to the arts. 

The LVC Jazz Band performs an 
annual campus concert in February 
and performs yearly at the Spring 
Arts Festival. In addition, the band 
does an annual tour, traveling to 
New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware, 
as well as locations in Pennsylvania. 



1st Row: Jeanne Adams, Lesley Laudermilch, Shawn Snavely. Denise Kulp, Toni Davis, Todd Lenhart; 
2nd Row Glenn Landrum. Kevin Thomas, Lori Reed, )osh Diaz, ]im Hargrove, Glen Gangewer, Keith 
Schleicher; 3rd Row. Tom Strohman; Director, Buddy Oliver, Paul Paulson Jr., Edward VanLandeghem, 
Lee Umherger, Rich Haney, Deb Reagle, Mike Lickenwaller, David Wilson, Todd Truntz; Not Pictured: 
Doug Nyce, Dave Bolten, Bill Snelling, Sharon Barr, Quo Pham 




La Vie Collegienne 

La Vie Collegienne is LVC's 
weekly student-run newspaper. Its 
name means "the life of the college.' 
The paper provides members of the 
campus community with the 
opportunity to gain practical 
experience in all areas of journalism 
and publication. 

Interested students can work on a 
variety of staffs, thereby 
supplementing their classroom 
education in print communications. 
The members of La Vie Collegienne 
come from many academic 
disciplines and serve the newspaper 
in a variety of capacities. 



Bill Woodward, Rick Klenk, Becky Snyder, Tammy Knerr, Sarah Thompson, Tim Schwarz, 
Greg High, Steve Trapnell, Dwayne Nichols, Dr. Kearney, Chris Frye, Jennifer Benussi, 
Mike McGranaghan, Ian Bonner, Rob Andrew 



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ACTIVITIES 




1st Row: Melissa Askey, Ann Dietrich, Steph Shumaker, Amy Himmelberger, Jeff Osborne, Mary 
Catherine Wilson, Leslie Mario, Leritia Saylor, Chris Strohl; 2nd Row: Stacy Marker, Ann Cawley, Lori 
Stortz, Stacy Gangewer, Dawn Didonato, Scott Grumling. 3rd Row: Jim Bradford, Lack Longson, Daave 
Stimpson, Jeff Snook, Chris Hills, Chris Zebrowski, Chris Lonie, Dave Wonderly, Mike Tighe, Jeff 
Wolfe, John Busedu, Todd Metzler, Lori Nyce, Jennifer Lord, Julie Frederick, Dr. Brian Hearsey 




Math Club 

The Math Club provides academic 
assistance for students through 
tutoring, as aids in career planning, 
and by organizing field trips to 
corporations which provide job 
opportunities in the field of 
mathematics. The club also serves as 
a social group. Members enjoy 
getting together for parties and 
picnics. 

In addition to the support it offers 
to the LVC community, the club also 
provides an opportunity for high 
school students to excel by 
sponsoring an annual Math Quiz 
Bowl in the spring. 



Rainbow Troupe 



1st Row: Kristen Curran, Chris Lonie; 2nd Row: Beth Rosser, Christine Wynkop, Tanya 
Landitch, Diane Tuman; Not Pictured: Steve Butz, Michelle Grube, Rebecca Snyder 



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Newman Club 



Joan Landis, Donna Longcoy, Kim Bolden, Ian Bonner, Bob Mikus, Kathleen Ryan, 
Rachael Grella, Lynn Smith, Mike McGranaghan, John Busedu 




Project 



Although PROJECT is a 
predominantly Christian 
organization, you don't have to 
belong to a particular faith in order 
to be a member. In fact, the term 
project originally stood for 
"Protestants, Jews, and Catholics 
Together." 

As an organization, we try to 
promote a spirit of love throughout 
the LVC community, as well as the 
world around us. We try to provide 
activities that are fun, but at the 
same time contribute to the spiritual 
growth of all who attend. 



1st Row: Amy Evans; 2nd Row: Lori Rothermel, Steve Butz, Dwayne Nichols; Vice- 
President, Kathy Guindon, Kris Curran, Laura Beth Shearer, Wendy Kiehl, Dina 
Litzenberger; 3rd Row: Chris Lonie; Treasurer, Keith Schleicher, Michael Slechta, Michelle 
Grube; President, Wendy Durham; Secretary, Mary Catherine Wilson, David Bolten; Not 
Pictured: Laura Judd, Robyn Ulmer, Becky Snyder 



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ACTIVITIES 




1st Row: Joann Giannettino, Teresa Kruger; Vice President, Melissa Haunton; President, Rachel 
Grella; 2nd Row: Laura Baird, Dee Benney, Becky Gaspar, Peter Fowler, David Bush, Mechelle 
Thomas, Patti Pontari; Not Pictured: Robert White, Bob Mikus; Treasurer, Connie Pyle; 
Secretary, Lori Dewald, Holly Carey, Leslie Keller, Jomarie Cardinale, Dina Carter, Maria Fenty, 
Joan Landis, Ian Bonner, Steve Trapnell 




1st Row: Amy Hutton, Kathy Supplee, Anna Nissley, Yvette Chapell, Stephanie Juracka, 
LJ La Barre; 2nd Row: Suzie Jeffenes, Michelle May, Sarah Miller, Joan Landis, Leslie 
Mario, Nicole Dennis, Janice Hartz, Debbie Darchi; 3rd Row: Christy Milliken, Mariann 
Boltz, Kim Sollenberger, Lori Stortz, Elaine Hibbs, Allison Neiswender, Stephanie 
Schumaker, Ann Dietrick, Deb Clarke; 4th Row: Ian Bonner, Steve Trapnell, Alicia Rojan, 
JoMarie Cardinale, Joann Giannettino, Laura Baird 



Psychology Club 

LVC's Psychology Club welcomes 
all students who express an interest 
in psychology. The club sponsors 
guest speakers, picnics, pizza parties, 
trips to regional conventions and 
other events. 

This year the Psychology Club 
attended the Eastern Psychological 
Association Conference, which was 
held March 30 to April 2, 1989, in 
Boston. 

Membership in the Psych Club is 
an excellent way to meet other 
students with an interest in 
psychology, discover new 
developments in the field and have 
fun, too! 



Quittapahilla 

The Quittapahilla, LVC's 
yearbook, is a student-run 
organization. The staff works 
throughout the academic year to 
produce the yearbook, which is 
distributed to the student body every 
fall. 

Members of the Quittapahilla staff 
work taking photographs, writing 
articles, selling yearbook 
subscriptions and doing layouts. 
Students design every aspect of the 
book. It is a fun experience that 
enables students to meet new people, 
make new friends, and learn what 
goes into creating a yearbook. 



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Ski Club 

The purpose of the LVC Ski Club 
is to promote interest in skiing 
among the general student 
population and to provide students 
with an opportunity to improve their 
skiing skills. Activities for this 
academic year include a one week 
trip to Killington, Vermont and 
several learn-to-ski days to local ski 
areas. 

The Ski Club is returning to the 
LVC campus after a four year 
absence. Though it is a small club 
now, we hope it will grow into one 
of the largest and most enjoyable 
clubs on campus. 



1st Row: Sharon Faust; Vice-President, Christine Rissinger, Jack Malloy; President, Jeff 
Wolfe, Jim Haine; 2nd Row: Sheree Rybak, Tina Minotta, Indria Djamil, Tidashi 
Hiroshige, Angie Davis, Laurie Mutz; Not Pictured: Joel Kline, Casey Keibler; Treasurer, 
Pete Fodor, Mark Kapolka, Angie Carl; Secretary, Tina Clymer 




Spring Arts Festival 

The objectives of the Spring Arts 
Festival are to foster the arts locally 
by providing artists in every phase of 
the arts an opportunity to perform 
and/or exhibit their work, to 
improve relations and 
communications between the college 
and community, and to organize 
activities in the various art forms as 
learning experiences for all ages. 

This year the 19th annual Festival 
was held on April 28th, 29th, and 
30th. There were activities for 
everyone. The Festival is an entirely 
student run organization. 



1st Row: David Bush, Matt Guenther, Joy Mummert, Parti Pontari; 2nd Row: John 
Brenner, Rachel Snyder, Lori Stortz, Nadine Saada, Patricia Paterick, Paula Young, Rob 
Petro, Jen Leitao, Scott Grumling, Diann Lenker, Mike Zettlemoyer, Kathy Henry; 3rd 
Row: Eric Howson, Drew Hildebrand, Rob Petro, Jef Betz 



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ACTIVITIES 




Student Council 



1st Row: Dave Calvario, Dave Andrews, Jef Betz, Hille Craig, Cami DeClementi; 2nd Row: 
Ben Deardorff, Lance Dieter, Bill Dietz, Peter Fowler, Mark Gibson; 3rd Row: Gretchen 
Harteis, Kelly May, Bob Mikus, Fred Neiswender, Doug Nyce; 4th Row: Chuck Rusconi, 
Deb Spancake, Beth Trout; Not Pictured: Dave Bolten 




Swim Club 



1st Row: Glen Gangewer, Drue Koons, Dawn Didonato, Mechelle Lesher, Laura Baird, 
Scott Carey, John Brenner; 2nd Row: John Bowerman, Jim Marion, Ann Cawley, Stacy 
Gangewer, Brian Hand, John Perozich, Path Zalar, Becky Dugan, Rusty Owens 



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Wig & Buckle 



The Wig & Buckle Dramatic 
Society devotes itself to the 
stimulation of interest in the dramatic 
arts by offering dramatic activities 
and productions. It also encourages 
others through moral, physical and 
financial support. Wig & Buckle is 
the sponsoring organization for 
Alpha Psi Omega, with which it 
works closely. 



1st Row: Katherine Henry, Dave Hummer, Cathie Wheeler, Matt Guenther, Jennifer Lord; 2nd 
Row: Kelly Snyder, Edwina Travers, Kristan Foster, Kelly Green, Kathleen Ryan, Nadine Saada, 
David Andrews, Kenethia Staley; 3rd Row: Jef Betz, Scott Grumling, Alison Rutter, Bonnie 
McCulloch, Donna Longcoy, Chad Saylor, Andrew Hildehrand, Bill Snelling, Ken Miller, Eric 
Howson 




WLVC 



WLVC gives students the 
opportunity to use their creativity in 
the field of broadcasting. Each DJ 
formats and plans his own show and 
the music ranges from Top 40 to 
Christian to Jazz. We offer news and 
entertainment to the campus 
community. We have a talented, 
dedicated team of DJ's working to 
make WLVC the best that it can be. 



1st Row: Mike McGranaghan, Marc Allen, Greg High; 2nd Row: Mitzy Linkous, Doug 
Prowant, Rob Petro, Jim Hargrove, Rob Andrew, Jim Dillman, Ian Bonner, John 
Bowerman, Jennifer Benussi, Kyle Sergott, Eric Howson 



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Alpha Phi Omega 




1st Row: Steve Ferruzza, Mark Hoffsommer, Chris Hills, Mike Landis, Jay Rinehart, Neil Biser; 2nd Row: Jason Herr, Ken Homan, Bob Sherman, Bill 
Adams, Mike Pullman, Adam Hostetler, Chris Zebrowski, Rob Gangemi, Ben Smith, Scott Carter, Dwayne Nichols, Kirk Cremer, Jim Dillman, Bret 
Hoffman 




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Delta Lamda Sigma 




1st Row: Sharon Faust, Chris Rissinger, Daphne Ferster; 2nd Row: Aida Seropian, Deidre Benney, Michelle Sullivan, Linda Foerster, Maria Fenty, 
Leslie Mario, Tina Minnotta, Terri Kruger, Martha Stockbridge 




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Gamma Sigma Sigma 




1st Row: Becky Werner; secretary, Michelle Grube, Jim Dillman; co-vice president, Winnie Travers; deputations, Mitzy Linkous; 2nd Row: Laura Beth 
Shearer, Erica Habel, Wendy Kiehl, Chris Lonie; 3rd Row: Jay Yoder; treasurer, Dwayne Nichols; co-vice president, Brian Engle; president; Not 
Pictured: Keith Schleicher, Eric Howson 




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Delta Tau Chi 





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1st Row: Debbie Darchi, Beth Trout, Heidi Durhammer, Mary Brannon, Melanie Fleek, Kerrie Brennan, Dina Carter; 2nd Row: Kelly Green, Rachel 
Snyder, Tami Groff, Maria-Elena Falato, Angie Davis, Tina Clymer, Annette Boyles; 3rd Row: Kathy Scheidegger, Dee Capece, Kathy Supplee, Missy 
Askey, Amy Himmelberger, Erica Habel, Becky Werner, Jennifer Lord, Stacey Gangewer, Deb Stoudt, Tricia Paterick, Kelly Snyder, Nadine Saada 




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Kappa Lamda Sigma 




1st Row: Guy Dente, Mike Betz, Chris Lucci, Bob White, Mark Allen, Jimmy Carol; 2nd Row: Karl Steines, Dave Sostak, Marc Junkerman, Rodney 
Kalbach, John Kline, Brian Toomy, Paul Bruder; Not Pictured: Dave Marsteller, Donny Leppin, Dirk Markel, Tony Buglio, Mark Holmes, Nick Ralo, 
Heath Border 




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Knights of the Valley 




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Phi Lam da Sigma 




1st Row: Tom Ball, Rob "Surf" Miller, Dave Wilson, Buddy Oliver, Joe Shermeyer, Pete Grindrod; 2nd Row: Doug Terpstra, Dave Kim, Phil Greco; 
Not Pictured: Neil Madison, Chuck Boohar, Cameron Miller, John Womer, Andy Hamman 




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GREEKS 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 




1st Row: Jack Malloy, Todd Truntz, Bill Dietz, Earl Weaver, Jeff Osbome, Brian Hand; 2nd Row: Mike Ledger, Dave Schell, Todd Metzler, Dave Myers, 
Bill Woodward, Barry Calhoun, Carl Fortna, Jim O'Conner, Greg Coreman, Rip Heister, Fred Neiswender, Dave Wonderly, Jeff Wolff, Jim Haine, Jeff 
Snook, Chris Strohl, Rod Bauchman, Bill Jester 





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Alpha Psi Omega 




1st Row: Kathleen Ryan, 
Matt Guenther, Jenn Lord, 
Nadine Saada, Cathie 
Wheeler; 2nd Row: Kelly 
Green, Dave Plummer, 
Winnie Travers, Jef Betz, 
Kathy Henry, Chad 
Saylor, Bill Snelling, 
David Andrews, Ken 
Miller 



Beta Beta Beta 



1st Row: Beth Rosser, 
Kristie Painter, Sue 
Erickson, Bill Adams, 
Linda Stine, Melanie 
Fleek; Sheree Rybak, Jack 
Malloy, Lynne Smith, Jim 
Dillman, Kevin Downs, 
Sonja Compton, Lisa 
Mazei, Angie Davis 




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1st Row: Kevin Thomas, 
Dave Andrews, Jim 
Ruddy, Brian Robinson, 
Bill Snelling; 2nd Row: 
Matt Guenther, Lee 
Umberger, Dave Umla, 
Chad Saylor, Mike 
Zettlemoyer, Drew 
Hildebrand, Dave Bush, 
Joe Lipinsky, Dave Bolten, 
Glen Gangewer, Todd 
Mentzer; Not Pictured: 
John Brenner, Doug Nyce, 
Rob Andrew, John Diller 



Psi Chi 



1st Row: Joanne 
Giannettino, Terri Kruger, 
Connie Pyle; Dr. Vilberg, 
Lori Dewald, Bob Mikus, 
Beth Rosser, Dr. Lasky 




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GREEKS 



Sigma Alpha Iota 




1st Row: Lori Nyce, Erica 
Habel, Bonnie McCulloch, 
Regina Sanrus, Lesley 
Laudermilch, Sally Fegan, 
Holly Hendrix, Nancy 
Herman, Beth Rosser, 
Colleen Bouyea; 2nd Row: 
Cathie Wheeler, Candi 
Wheedleton, Christy 
Milliken, Pam Green, 
Amy Evans, Pam Schaadt, 
Lori Reed, Wendy Noll, 
Anne Kelly 



Sigma Tau Delta 



1st Row: Timm Moyer, 
Maureen Garrity, Kathy 
Henry; 2nd Row: Mrs. 
Vivelo, Steve Trapnell, 
Amy Earhart, Tina 
Clymer, Mitzy Linkous, 
Toni Salam 




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COLOPHON 



A Thank you to: 



- Ed Patrick Jr. (and Peggy + Jennifer) 
for his help, expertise, and comic relief. 



- Taylor Publishing Co. 
for their patience and understanding 



- Mike Durinzi + Carl Wolf Studios 
for their film work. 



- LVC Student Council 
for their financial support. 

- All of our advertisement patrons. 



- Tim Ebersole 

for supplying the Dutchman print, sports photos, 
and stats. 



- Colege Desk Staff 
for answering all of our questions. 



- Mr. James Forsha 
a special thanks to our advisor for his help. 




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Together 

We'll 

Go 

Further. 



When people work as one, there's no limit to the great things that can be accomplished. In our 
community, in our industry, in our art. We applaud your dedication and achievement 



CoreStates 
Hamilton Bank 




LONG JOHN SILVER'S 



2100 West Cumberland St. 
Lebanon, PA 17042 

(717)272-8579 



COMPLETE 
PRO-SHOP 



INSTRUCTION 
AVAILABLE 




Pcdrttffia Socvluty 



1218 EAST MAIN ST . PALMYRA, PA 17078 • (717) 838-6341 



HOME OF LVC'S GYM CLASS 
BOWLING!! 



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LOEHLE PHARMACY, 
INC. 



705-707 LEHMAN ST. 
LEBANON, PA 17042 



Founded 1881 
JOS. N. LOEHLE 



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SERVING CENTRAL PA 
SINCE 1920. 



Ebersole 



PONTIAC — OLDSMOBILE 
GMC TRUCK 



Route 422 
Lebanon, PA 



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TOM BENCE 

GENERAL MANAGER 

845 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA 1 7042 
• 717-273-2277 



Swatara Creek Inn 

Bed & Breakfast 

& 

Gift Shop 



R.D.2, Box 692 (Jonestown Rd.) 

Annville, PA 17003 

(717)865-3259 



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The Best 
'Q Italian Cooking 

** V> In Town 



PIZZA 

27 East Main St. 

Annville, PA 

867-2457 



Free Delivery 
for College — 
within 1/2 hour or 
your pizza 1/2 price 



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Achievement 



The future belongs to our 
youth. Their education, physical 
development and general well-being 
are in the best interest of us all. They 
deserve our support in the form of 
well-planned and well-managed 
community programs. Programs 
where they'll learn about the pride 
of accomplishment. And the 
satisfaction of achievement. 

Meridian, one of Pennsylvania's 
strongest bank holding companies, is 
proud to support these activities. 

Because we don't just work here. 

We live here too. SM 



Meridian 



Professionals with the personal touch. 



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Promotion 
Freelance Writing 

BE&C 

BONNER ENTERTAINMENT 
& COMMUNICATIONS 



IAN BONNER 



P.O. Box 6124 

New York City 10163-6019 



(203) 698-1972 



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phone: 867-28 



(717) 274-2027 




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BEER - WINE - LIQUC 



MARK L LEISS 
Owner 



1834 W. LEHMAN ST. 
LEBANON. PA 17042 



201-203 W. MAIN STREET 



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