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Lebanon Valley College 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



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The begmning construction of Funkhouser Hall. 
Inset: A tjfpical student of the time outside of Mary Green. 



1970 



1991 




Amy Qewell and Mark Benson; one of LVC's many couples. 





Brian Wassell tries to survive an early moming class. 



Kristin Davis enjoys food service's outdoor picnic. 




1990 HOMECOMING 



COURT 

The 1990 Homecoming weekend was an 
exciting celebration. The weekend was full of 
interesting activities in which the students as 
well as the alumni could participate. Friday 
evening held the annual bonfire and the an- 
nouncement of the Homecoming King, Kevin 
Arnold. The Homecoming fair and parade 
were held on Saturday morning before the 
football game, in which Beta Beta Beta won 
first place for their parade float, and Clio won 
first place in the banner contest. The Flying 
Dutchmen football team, supported by a huge 
crowd of LVC students, alumni and faculty, 
dominated the Colonels from Wilkes College, 
ending the game with a score of 15 to 8. 

During half-time of the Homecoming foot- 
ball game, the six Homecoming Queen can- 
didates: Christy Milliken, Tracy Smith, 
Danielle Campbell, Lynn Smith, Kelly May, 
and Amy Earhart were presented to the crowd 
and the winner was announced. Lynn Smith 
was crowned 1990 Homecoming Queen. 
Lynn, a psycho-biology major, was selected 
for this title by the students of Lebanon Valley 
and was extremely happy when they an- 
nounced that she was the wdnner. This Home- 
coming was definitely one to remember. 




The 1990 Homecoming Queen is Lynn Smith with escort Brian Femandes. 




Candidate, Christy Milliken and escort Jeremy Madaras. 



Candidate, Amy Earhart and escort, David Umla. 




Candidate, Tracy Smith and escort. Dirk Markel. 



Candidate, Danielle Campbell and escort, Scott Davis. 




Candidate, Kelly May and escort, Josue Diaz. 



1989 Homecoming King and Queen, Chris Schwartz and Sandy Aumiller. 



HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES 




Parents also enjoyed the festivities of Homeconung weekend. 



Senior Andy Wangman chats with alumni Steve Trapnell. 




The Homecoming game always packs the bleachers with LVC fans. 



Dave Calvario is an easy target in the dunking booth- 




The Delphians sponsored a Chinese Auction during the fair. 



The cheerleaders perform another perfect routine at the game. 



MARCHING BAND 




The 1990 marching band drum majors were James Hargrove, Jr. and Sean Hackett; Junior band staff members were Sally Fegan, Nancy Herman, Robert Petro, Douglas Prowant, 
Shawn Snavely and Kimberly Sollenberger; Flag Captains were Christina Best and Jennifer Hanshaw; Hags were Elizabeth Adams, Sandra Baranowski, Jennifer Bragunier, Ann 
Cawley, Kimberly Eames, and Stephanie Heagy; Band members were David Aulenbach, Mark Benson, Cory Boltz, Susan Bugash, Amy Clewell, Cathy Connors, Jason Cross, 
Timothy Curry, Marc Johnson, Corey Kaufman, Nathan Mains, Beth Moyer, Denette Myers, Phillip Portier, Matthew Presler, Regina Reed, Jon Scampton, Lynn Schwalm, Teresa 
Sdarma, John Seddon, Kristen Webster, Ronda Weller, Denise Wetter, Jennifer Willet, Greta Yocum, Bethany Yohe and Dr. Robert Hearson. 




Jon Scampton carefully performs a complicated piece. 




Denise smiles as the song ends but Jason seems worried about the next 
one. 



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Flag member, Kimmi Eames, patiently waits for her cue. 



Ronda Weller wonders if the parade will ever end! 



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CHRISTMAS 

IN THE 

VALLEY 





The handbell choir performs for the audience. 



Christmas At The Valley, LVC's annual 
Christmas celebration, took on a new di- 
mension this year. Instead of focusing sole- 
ly on the birth of Jesus, as has been the 
custom in the past, this year's festivities 
included some secular elements. One el- 
ement was the musical selection, Tchai- 
kovsky's "March of the Toy Soldiers", 
which the Handbell Choir performed while 
in military uniforms. 

In adition to the Handbell Choir, the 
Concert Choir, College Chorus, Clarinet 
Choir, Woodwind Quintet, Low Brass En- 
semble, and Die Posaunen also exhibited 
their musical talents. Music was only one 
part of the celebration, however. Area cler- 
gy, community members, and members of 
the LVC faculty, administration, and stu- 
dent body also participated in other tra- 
ditional Christmas activities. Members of 
Delta Tau Chi enhanced the spiritual at- 
mosphere of the evening by staging a live 
creche in the social quad. 

Over one thousand people attended 
Christmas At The Valley, 1990, and every- 
one who attended the services left feeling 
the "Christmas Spirit". 



The campus unites to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. 




The Christmas At The Valley celebration draws a large audience every year. 



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The annual living Nativity Scene was sponsored by Delta Tau Chi and included Eric Howson, Becky Blessing, Cathy Connors, Becky 
Snyder, Lynn Schviialm, Bob Weaver, Jeffrey Martin, David Wright, and Jay Yoder. 




The college center was cheerfully decorated with anticipation for the holidays. 



The stars in the chapel remind us of the Christmas Story. 



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FOUNDER'S DAY BEGINS THE 125TH 



The twelfth annual Founder's Day cel- 
ebration was held on February 19, 1991. 
This year's ceremony was especially festive 
because it marked the beginning of Leb- 
anon Valley College's 125th Anniversary 
celebration. The program began in Miller 
Chapel with the Convocation. The cere- 
mony included the unveiling of "The Leb- 
anon Valley", a landscape painting of the 
LVC community. The oil painting is the 
work of Doug Osa, a Kansas City artist who 
was commissioned by the college to depict 
the campus in its rural setting. 

This year's redpienf's of the Founder's 
Day Award were Richard and Nancy Zim- 
merman. Mr. Zimmerman is Chairman and 
Chief Executive of Hershey Foods. Mrs. 
Zimmerman, an alumni of LVC, is Pres- 
ident of the Board of Harrisburg Symphony 
Association. She is also the chairperson of 
the volunteers of Hershey Library and a 
member of the Hershey Museum Board. 

The anniversary celebration continued 
later in the day when students, faculty, 
administration, and community members 
gathered in Mund College Center for a 
birthday party complete vdth a five foot 
high birthday cake. 




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A cake cutting ceremony helped involve the students in the Founder's Day celebration. 




President Synodinos and Mr. Zimmerman lead the recessional following the ceremonies. 



Dean McGill spoke at the ceremony. 



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ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 




President Synodinos presents Doug Osa's painting. 



The Brass Quintet played during the cake cutting ceremony. 




Both La Vie Collegienne and The Valley published 125th Anniversary editions. 



The President had the honor of cutting the cake. 



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1866 125 YEARS OF 




The original Administration Building was destroyed by fire on December 24, 1904. 



A The Admissions Department was established in 1949 with Clark 

Carmean as its first director. 
"RThe men's and women's Basketball teams were organized during 

the 1893-1894 school year. 
(^LVC was the first school east of the Allegheny Mounts to be co- 

educadonal from its inception. 
"TJThe Death League, a secret society that attempted to intimidate the 

freshmen, was officially disbanded by the Administration in 1951. 



"pThe current English House was originally built in 1887 as the 

home of President Lorenz. 
pXhe Football team was organized in 1897, and has been going 

stiong ever since. 
(^The Graduation celebration in 1870 included the first three 

graduates of LVC. 
UPresident Lucian Hammond, 1871-1876, added the Science De- 
partment to the college curriculum. 
T Student initiative raised a portion of the money needed to build the 

Allen W. Mund College Center, which opened in 1970. 
pvlr. John Synodinos currently serves as the college president and is 
•'responsible for many of the recent changes on campus. 
I^Kreider Hall, a men's residence hall, was torn down to make 

room for the Garber Science Center in the early 1980's. 
T Lermy the Leopard is a stuffed leopard that is displayed in Faust 

Lounge and was shot by a member of the class of 1918. 
A/fMary Capp Green Residence Hall for Women was dedicated on May 
18th, 1957 and is now one of LVC's co-educational residence halls. 




The annual May Day ceremonies were enjoyed by all ages. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. . . 




The brothers of Kappa Lambda Sigma posed for this portrait in 1914. 



Engle Hall was replaced by Blair Music Center. 





Hot Dog Frank night remains a basketball tradition on the LVC campus. 



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The May Day festivities centered around the traditional May Pole. 



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The Red Avenger remains one of LVC's most loved and feared pfiantoms. The General Computer Lab opened in Lynch in the fall of 1990. 







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A number ot renovations occurred over the past few years. 





The Lynch Memorial Building was dedicated as a new home for the Students use their dormitory room doors as a means of expressing their identities in 
Math, Computer Science and Management departments. the 90's. 



STRONG 1991 




Students Kristie Zangari, Michelle Smith and Allison Ingalls decorate the Mund College Center to celebrate the Christmas Season. 

'M'The first college newspaper. The College Forum, was established 

in January of 1888. 
r^Some obvious recent changes on the campus include the ren- 
ovated Lynch Memorial Building and Laughlin Hall. 
pOr. Arthur Peterson served as the college president for three years 

starting in 1984. 
OQuiz Bowl was started in 1981 by Robert Clay, professor of 

Sociology who later served as Registrar. 
T? President Ulysses Roop initiated the consmiction of the current 

Administration and Carnegie buildings in the earlv 1900s. 
CThe Spring Arts Festival was first celebrated in 1970 and remains 

a major celebration of Spring every year at LVC. 
Tluifion was a total of $206.50 for the Fall, Winter and Spring 
semesters in 1866 and was $14,890 for the 1990-1991 school year. 

TJThe Underground is a campus sponsored non-alcoholic dance 
club that opened in the early 80's. 

"V/'Rev. Thomas Rees Vickroy was the first president of the college 
serving from 1866 to 1871. 

T^WLVC is the on-campus AM radio station which hopes to 
someday obtain an FM frequency. 

VX-mas at the Valley has become one of the campus' most cher- 
ished traditions. 

YThe Yearbook, first called The Bizarre, is now known as the 

Quittapahilla. 

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ina Litzenberger does face pamtmg for PROJECT durmg the Home- Z-i ^ 

iming Fair of 1990. 91 School year. 




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THE HOMECOMING PLAY 
THE MOUSETRAP 




The cast included (clockwise): Brigette Cuffia as Mrs. Boyle, Sean Lutz as Major Metcalf, Matthew Aichinger as Det. Sgt. Trotter, Keith Copenhaver as Mr. 
Paravicini, Alison Rutter as MoUie Ralston, Bill Guntrum as Giles Ralston, Sarah O'Sullivan as Miss Caldwell, and Brandon Weston as Christopher Wren 



Set in World War II England, the 40-year old play by Agatha 
Christie, The Mousetrap, is undergoing a parallel chaos of its 
own inside the Monkswell Manor. Everyone is not only a 
suspect of murder, but also the next potential victim. Trapped 
in a snowstorm without any means of contact to the outside 
world, the assorted mix of questionable, colorful and out- 
rageous, yet at times, obnoxious characters have to solve the 
mystery themselves. Overseeing the investigation in a serious 
and clinical yet almost maniacal fashion is Det. Trotter, the 
only untainted character so far. So who did it? 

Once again, Agatha Christie has proven herself master when 
it comes to mystery and suspense. This Whig and Buckle 
presentation was directed by Kelly Green. 




Another excellent performance from Alison Kutter. 



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Giles and MoUie are the innkeepers of Monkswell Manor, the scene of the crime. 



Mr. Paravicini is just one of the suspects. 







!shman Brigette Cuffia is a promising new ad- 
ion to the LVC stage. 



Christopher Wren was one of the show's most outrageous characters. 



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WHO'S 

AFRAID OF 

VIRGINIA 

WOOLF? 





Martha manages to win the attention of the good looking visitor, Nick. 



George deals with his loud wife and unwanted guests with a drink. 



This production of Edward AI- 
bee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia 
Woolf?" was put on when four stu- 
dents decided to embark on a the- 
atrical adventure. They picked a 
show that would challenge them 
mentally and emotionally; a show 
that could only be done justice if 
they learned new talents. They 
found a director, Dr. Kevin Pry, 
who guided them through this ad- 
venture. 

The play originally opened in 
New York in 1962, and critics and 
theatrical commentators were flab- 
bergasted. The four roles in the 
show were considered emotionally 
and physically draining. The four 
LVC students involved in this pro- 
duction endeavored through it all 
to create the most truthful, con- 
vincing, and creative production 
they could possibly present. 




George and Martha focus their attention on the somewhat uncomfortable guest. Honey. 



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The cast included (L to R): Jef Betz as George, Scott Grumling as Nick, Kathy Henrv as Honey, and Stacv Gilbert as Martha. 




Martha continually attempts to seduce Nick. 



George and Martha share a difficult and complex secret. 



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THE PAJAMA GAME 



The Spring Musical, George Abbot's The 
Pajama Game, provided audiences with ro- 
mance, humor and drama. 

The play takes place in a pajama factory in 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. There is a dispute be- 
tween the union factory workers who want a 
7.5 cent raise and the management who won't 
give them the raise. A complication arises 
when characters from the opposing sides fall 
in love. Sid Sororkin, played by Troy 
Neidermeyer, represents the management. 
His love interest is Babe Williams, played by 
Kristin Webster. She is part of the union that 
demands the raise. Byron Brought was the 
greedy boss Mr. Hasler. An amusing subplot 
was given to the story by Andrew Hostetler, 
who played Vernon Hines, and Tawni Niklaus 
who played Gladys Hotchkiss. 

Directed by Bonnie MacCulloch and assis- 
tant directed by Patty Fleetwood, the musical 
was extremely successful. The actors and ac- 
tresses of the LVC stage once again outdid 
themselves. 





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Babe, Kristen Webster, faces "the management", Troy Neidermeyer. 




Byron Brought and Brigette Cuffia face off. 



New to the LVC stage are Greta Yocum and Brigette Cuffia. 



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Making another stage appearance are Andrew Hosteller and Tawni Niklaus 



The cast waits in anticipation. 




Many entertaining musical numbers were found in this play. 



Troy Neidermeyer returns to LVC's stage after a 
prolonged absence. 

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SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL 



Lebanon Valley College's annual Spring Arts Festival 
was a success once again this year. The weekend fes- 
tivities began Friday with Children's Day activities. The 
youngsters had a great deal of fun participating in the 
games. 

The celebration continued throughout the weekend 
and featured performances by the band Scarlet Gypsy, as 
well as LVC's Concert Choir, Woodwind Quintet, Clar- 
inet Choir, Brass Quintet, Jazz Band, Symphonic Band 
and Tuba -Euphonium ensemble. H.I.S., LVC's contem- 
porary Christian Band, also displayed their talents. 

One of the festival's highlights was the Co-Motion 
Comedy Company, which delivered an entertaining 
show consisting of short sketches, and improvisations. 
Other interesting events included poetry readings, art 
exhibits, and many games and crafts. 

The weather cooperated, giving us a beautiful weekend 
full of sunshine. Everyone enjoyed the fun-filled ac- 
tivities and spending time with their friends and family at 
this annual celebration. 








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SENIORS 




Jeanne E. Adams 
Chemistry 




Kevin J. Arnold 
Management 




Melissa L. Askey 
Actuarial Sdence 




Joyce K. Attix 
Sacred Music 




Robert K. Aubel 
Math/Secondary Education 




Nannette M. Bassininsky 
Elementary Education 




Rodney A. Baughman 

Accounting/Business 

Management 




David M. Bentz 
Elementary Education 



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SENIORS 




Karen E. Beres 
Music Education 




Jefrey A. Betz 
English 




Ian Bonner 
English/Spanish 




Jodi E. Bupp 
Elementary Education 




John E. Busedu 
Actuarial Science 




Danielle M. Campbell 
Elementary Education 




Kirk L. Campbell 
Hotel Management 




Michael M. Caputo 
Sociology 



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SENIORS 




Caprece L. Carrington 
Elementary Education 




Amy M. Castle 
International Business 




Debra L. Clarke 
English 




Blaine P. Connor 
Biology 




Kristen L. Curran 
Biology 




Ann M. Deitrich 
Mathematics 




Jennifer L. Devine 
Psychology/Social Services 




Josue Diaz 
Individualized Major 



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SENIORS 




Dawn DiDonato 
Actuarial Science 



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John M. Diller 
Music Education 




Brenda K. Dolinger 
Elementary Education 




Brian R. Donley 
Management 




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Wendy C. Durham 
Biology 




Jean-Paul Duvall 
English/Communications 




Amy E. Earhart 
English 




Mark Evans 
English 



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SENIORS 




Brian M. Femandes 
Actuarial Science 




Cari H. Fortna 
Biology 





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Business Management 


Kelly A. Green 
English/Communications 




Rachel S. Grella 
Social Work/Psychology 




Peter J. Grindrod 
Political Science 



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Scott Grmnling 
Actuarial Science 



Kathryn Y. Guindon 
Biology 





Patncia A. Haeusler 
Biology 



James N. Maine 
Physics 





Wendy C. Halhdav 
Elementary Education 



Brian A. Hand 
Accounting/Management 





Kathryn E. Henry 
English 



J. Ronald Hess 
Hotel Management 



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SENIORS 




Andrew C. Hildebrand 
Accounting/Management 




Christopher R. Hills. 
Achiarial Science 




Michael B. Home 
Physics/Management 




William H. Horst 
English 




Adam C. Hosteller 
Biochemistry 




Eric M. Howson 
Elementary Education 




Aaron M. Johnson 
Economics 




Edwin S. Jones 
Psychology 



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SENIORS 




Kevin T. Kalb 
Management 






Raymond S. Kargo 
Psychology 



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English/Secondary Education 





Carl R. Kalbach 
Social Services 




David A. Kim 
Psychology 




Brendalyn D. Krysiak 
Hotel Management 



Janel M. Kugler 
Management 




Joan M. Landis 
Psychology /Sociology 



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SENIORS 




Michael L. Landis 
Biology 




T. Donald Lappin. 
Psychology/Social Services 




Colleen M. Lebo 
Biology 




Michelle L. Leddy 
Elementary Education 




Jennifer S. Leitao 
Elementary Education 




Todd A. Lenhart 
Music Education 




Diann Lenker 
International Business/German 




Michael L. Lichtenwalner 
Sound Recording Technology 



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Karl Liedtka 
Psycholog)' 




Dina H, Litzenberger 
Biology 




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Sociology/Psychology 




Mar\'ann Lucykanish 
Elementarv Education 




Bonnie J MacCullough 
Psychology 




Neil Madison 
Actuarial Science 




Douglas M. Mandni 
Management 




Dawn L. Martin 
Biology/French 



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SENIORS 





xolurt G. Mattoon 
Psychology 



Kelly A. May ^ 
Music Education 




Kristin S. McFerren 
Psychology 




Chad L. McNaughton 
Business Management 




Todd A. Mentzer 
Music Education 




Jamie D. Meyer 
Management 




Sarah A. Miller 
Psychology 




Christine D. Milliken 
Music Education 



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Janet Montanaro 
Elementarv' Education 



William H. Moore 
Accounting/Management 




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Raymond Muller 
English/Literature 



Carla L. Myers 
Accounting 





Krista A. Nightwine 
Elementarv Education 



Douglas L. Nyce 
Sacred Music 





Richard Paterick 
History 



Robert A. Petro 
History 



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SENIORS 





Sean Phenicie 
Management 



Christopher D. Pope 
Physics 





Jeff J. Randazzo 
English/Communications 



Debra L. Reagle 
Music Education 





Joseph F. Rilatt 
History 



James J. Ruddy 
Music Performance 





David Sandler 
Psychology 



Stephen L. Sanger 
Management 



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Beth A. Schalkoff 
Sodal Work 




Stephanie E. Schumaker 
Actuarial Science 




Albert P. Senft 
Accounting 




David J. Sheats 
History 




Joe A. Shermeyer 
General Studies 




Michelle L. Simpson 
Elementary Education 





Michael J. Slechta 
Music Education 



Lynn A. Smith 
Psychobiology 



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Tracey A. Smith 
Accountirig/Management 




Kelly M. Snyder 
Biology 




Rebecca L. Snyder 
English/Communications 



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Came L. Spangel 
English 




Cynthia L. Stine 
Music Education 




James P. Stock 
Biology 




Debra L. Stoudt 
French 



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SENIORS 




Leslie A- Strauss 
Psychology 




KeUy J. Stuckey 
Elementary Education 




Suzette Suarez 
Political Science 




Carol A. Swavely 
Elementary Education 





Janeen Swisher 
Elementary Education 



Lee H. Umberger 
Music Education 




Robyn E. Ulmer 
Chemistry 




David R. Umla 
Music Education 



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SENIORS 




Stephen J. Vajda 
Social Work 




Edward A. Vanlandeghem 
Sound Recording Technology 






Anthony Verratti 
Management 



Daniel D. Vlaisavljevic 
Accounting/Management 



Andrew S. Wangman 
German/lntemational Business 




Brian D. Wassell 
Accounting/Management 




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Amy A. Waterfield 
International Business 




Scott A. Waugerman 
Management 




Kent A. Weidemoyer 
Management 




Robert M. White 
Psychology 



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Carla R. Wilson 
Sound Recording Technology 




Francis R. YingUng 
Business Management 




Jay M. Yoder 
Physics 



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Paula J- Young 
Elementary Education 




Steven D. Young 
Psychology 






Corey M. Zdanavage 
Economics 



Alexander Zettlemoyer 
Psychology 



Michael T. Zettlemoyer 
Management/ Accounting 




Mary E. Ziegenfuss 
Social Work 




Christopher E. Ziegler 
Hotel Management 



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Christy Berry 



Tamela Bieber 



Jeffrey Bishop 




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Rebecca Blessing 



Peter Blin 



Rebecca Brown 



Susan Bugash 





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Michele Campagna Christopher Chandler 



Cathy Connors 



Matt Corbertt 



Catherine Crissman 



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Mario Disaverio 



Susan Duff 



Andrew Eichelberger 



Jen Emery 




Heather Fennell 




David Gartner 






Nicole Fidler 



Melissa Fleegal 



Amy Fuellebom 




Gerald Giansanti 



Kym Hackworth 



Andrew Hamlin 






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Amy Hilbert 



Michael Hummel 



Chad Jennings 




Marc Johnson 



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Chris Kapolka 



Kris Kohler 




Kristine Kuhn 










Patti Landolfi 



April Lehman 



Shay Ann Lentz 



David Lindenberg 









Tricia Livingood 



Nathan Mains 



Joanne Marx 



Barbara Masife 







Chad Miller 



Tim Miller 



Jason Moyer 



Andrew Murphy 



Dennette Myers 



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Katrina Neeld 



Sarah O'Sullivan 



Doug Pike 



Brett Potts 



Matthew Presler 




Jennie Reeder 



Michelle Schmul 




Tara Reichert 




Heidi Schweers 




Kristin Sagun 



Teresa Scianna 





Deanna Sanders 




Heather Shelhammer 
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Thomas Silvius 



Renu Singhal 



Andrew Smith 



Shelley Smith 



Sherri Lynn Smith 



59 



FRESHMEN 




Peter Stavenick 



Matthew St. Georges 



John Ulsh 



Christine Walther 






Shawn Weigel 



Nicole Weikel 



Mac Weinberger 



Heather Weitzel 






Jamie WUson 



Kathv Wolfe 



Jodie Yamshak 



Bethany Yohe 



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SOPHOMORES 




Jennifer Ambrose 





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Amy Batman 



Mark Benson 



Christina Best 






Roger Bietel 



Amy Bonser 



Lisa Burke 



Wendy Burkert 





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Amy Cavanaugh 



Amy Clewell 



Vickie David 



Mark Dimick 



61 



SOPHOMORES 




Kimmi Eames 





Sandra Easter 



Christy Engle 



Sandy Fauser 






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Deborah Ferris 



Mark Fink 



Lori Folk 



Justine Hamilton 




Jennifer Hanshaw 




Shawnee Houser 



Michelle Houtz 



62 



SOPHOMORES 




Jerez Hue 




John Hurd 




Christopher Krpata 





Theodore Jones 





Jennifer Kriest 



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Greg Kutz 





Jennifer Leone 






Jeffrey Manning 






Lisa Marotta 



Jennifer Lewis 




Jeffrey Martin 



63 



SOPHOMORES 




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Erin McHenry 




Malissa Noll 



Jan Oguicak 



Dreama O'Neal 



Erik Omdorff 






Darcy Paul 



Alicia Petruska 



Deb Pisano 




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SOPHOMORES 



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Heather Rimmer 





Markella Saliaris 



Lynn Schwalm 






Andrea Shaffer 



Denise Snyder 



Linda Sterner 



Tamara Strike 









Kristen Webster 



Ronda Weller 



Jonathon Wescott 



David Wright 



65 



JUNIORS 







Erika Allen 



Jonathon Anderson 



Robert Barclay 



Rob BeU 







Jennifer Benussi 



Timothy Biltcliff 



Michael Bodine 



Kimberly Bolden 






Marianne Boltz 



Ann Bosack 



John Bowerman 



Jennifer Bragunier 






Tracey Brass 



Byron Brought 



JoMarie Cardinale 



Angela Carl 



66 



JUNIORS 








Steven Carpenter 



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David Cass 





Ann Cawley 



Yvette Chappell 




John Conrad 



Diana Cook 



Robin Hille Craie 




Kristin Davis 




Nicole Dennis 



Shervl Drake 



Gloria Dyer 



Sally Fegan 






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Danielle Fetters 



Kathryn Ford 



Kristan Foster 



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Susanna Fowler 



67 



JUNIORS 





Amy Fiilginiti 





Pamela Grove 



Jill Hamiltom 





Jamie Heintzelman 



Holly Hendrix 







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Jill Green 



Nicole Grove 




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James Hargrove 




Dawn Hickman 




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Janice Hartz 




Tadashi Hiroshige 





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Karina Hoffman 



Amy Hutton 



Allison Ingalls 



John Jewell 



68 



JUNIORS 




Ken Jones 



Sthephanie Juracka 




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Cathy Kroah 




Michelle Kunz 



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Mark Kapolka Brad Kintzer 




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Susan Leonard 



Cherie Lingle 



Stacey Marker 



Eric Martin 





Michelle May 



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Thomas McClain 




Pamela Merther Alyson Neiswender 



69 



JUNIORS 




Tawni Sonnell Niklaus 






Lori Ann Nyce 



Danielle Owens 



Jennifer Peters 




Douglas Prowant 





Molly Rasmussen 





Lori Rothermel 




Ridgley Salter 



Susan Sarisky 



Keith Schleicher 



Angle Selsam 






Kimberly Shaffer 



Laurabeth Shearer 



David Stimpson 



Michael Smith 



70 



JUNIORS 





Michelle Smith 






Shawn Snavely 




Kimberly Sollenberger 




Leanne Stansfield 




Kathryn Stanson 





Kimberly Staufenberg 




Stephen Teitelman 



Sarah Thompson 



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Diane Tuman 



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Stacey Straub 




Robert Weaver 






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Roy Wilhams 



Scott Young 



Kristie Zangari 



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125th Anniversary 



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73 



Professor Writes 
Annville's Poetry 




"We're celebrating Annville life along with celebrating the release of Porches II," said Dr. Philip Billings at the Man 
Pickwell Benefit Concert in Lutz Hall on Sunday, November 11. 

In 1970, Dr. Billings began teaching English at Lebanon Valley College. Fourteen years later, the idea was sparked 
write a collection of free-verse poems about the interesting lives of the older residents of Annville. In 1987 Billin 
decided to set the poems to music. During this past summer, it was suggested he hold his book release as the anni 
Marcia Maurine Pickwell benefit concert sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Alpha Chapter. 

"The Annville residents I wrote about feel like movie stars today because everyone wants their autograph," sc 
Billings. 

During the concert, three poems were set to music and Dr. Billings also read several selections from his newest boc 
Sally M. Drum, a 1958 graduate of LVC, and Michael Kohler, a 1980 graduate of LVC, performed songs based on poei 
about "Hot Dog" Frank Aftosmes, Nellie Bamardo, and Raymond and Helen Clodoveo. Pianist accompaniment w 
provided by adjunct associate professor of music Nevelyn Knisley. 

Billings said he found the event just as thrilling as the release of his first book. 

"It's like a reunion. People from Annville meet their old friends again and get together with family. A lot of memor 
are rekindled." 

For each book Billings said they used no scientific method to select people to write about. He interviewed a pers 
(often husband and wife) while Dan Massad, A LVC adjunct instructor of art, sketched their portrait. After listening 
the taped interview, he wrote a free-verse poem. 

"It was just as difficult to write poems for the second books as for the first for every person is different," said Billin 
He then showed the finished poem to the subject to check for accuracy. 

"Everyone was really cooperative and happy to work wdth me on this project. I was pleased with the support '• 
response." 

Instead of the pencil sketches of the first book, the people featured in Porches II are illustrated by pen and ink portra 
The second volume also features a special section of eleven short poems about children in Annville. Billings' seco 
volume of Porches is dedicated to those people in Porches I who passed away. 



74 




Jacqueline Vivelo has resigned her position as assistant professor of 
English at Lebanon Valley College. She had taken a sabbatical leave in 
order to do some creative work. Mrs. Vivelo is a writer of children's 
literature and was in the process of trying to transfer her published 
works into paperback books. While on sabbatical some unfortunate 
events occurred. She experienced a death and illness in her family. 
Following these tragedies, Mrs. Vivelo felt that she could not give 
adequate time and energy to her position as a full-time professor, thus, 
she submitted her resignation. 

Mrs. Vivelo has been a great asset to the English and Honors 
departments at Lebanon Valley College. She enhanced her classes by 
bringing her creative and professional experiences to them. She was 
admired and respected by students and faculty alike and her presence 
on campus will be missed. We wish her luck and happiness in all of her 
future endeavors. 



Mrs. Jaqueline Vivelo 




Mr. John A. Synodinos 
President 



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Dr. Howard L. Applegate 

Secretary' of the College 

Adjunct Professor of fiistory 




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Mrs. Karen D. Best 
Registrar 




Mr. Mark A. Brezitski 

Admissions Counselor 

Assistant Football Coach 




Mr. David A. Calvario 
Director of Student Life 




Dr. Barbara J. Denison 
Director of Academic Support Services, 
Continuing Education & Adjunct Asst. 
Professor of Leadership 



76 





Mr. David C. Evans 
Director of Career Planning & Placement 



Mrs. Elaine Feather 
Director of Continuing Education 




Mr. Patnck ]. Flannerv 

Admissions Counselor 

Head Basketball Coach 

Asst. Baseball Coach 



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Dr. Arthur L. Ford, Jr. 

Academic Dean 
Professor of English 




Mrs. Deborah R. FuUam 
Controller & Treasurer 



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Dr. Robert E. Hamilton 
Vice President for Administration 



Mr. Robert E. Hamish 
College Store Manager 



Mr. George F. LoveU, Jr. 
Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds 




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Dr. William J. McGill 
Vice President & Dean of the College 




Mrs. Donna L. Miller 
Readers Services Librarian 



Mr. James P. Monos, Jr. 
Admissions Counselor 
Head Football Coach 



Ms. Kathleen M. Nelson 

Head Coach of Women's Basketball 

Head Coach of Women's Softball 



78 




Mr Russell J. Owens 
Director of Arnold Sports Center 




Mr. O. Kent Reed 
Chairman & Associate Professor of Phys. 
Ed. 

Head Coordinator of Track & Field & 
Cross Country 




Mr. Robert A. Riley 
Director of Computer Services 



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Dr. John Abemathy Smith 
College Chaplain & Church Relations 
Officer 
Adjunct Professor of History & Religion 



Mr. Louis A. Sorrentino 

Director of Athletics 

Asst. Men's Basketball Coach 

Golf Coach 



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Mr. Gregory G. Stanson 
Dean of Erurollment Management Serv- 



Ms. Kathleen M. Tiemey 

Assistant Athletic Director 

Head Coach of Field Hockey 




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Mrs. Juliana Wolfe 

Director of College Health Center 

Head College Nurse 



Miss Rosemary Yuhas 
Associate Dean for Students 




Mrs. Brenda A. Zack 
Director of Student Activities 



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Mr. Michael C. Zeigler 

User Ser\aces Coordinator 

of Computer Services 




Financial Aid Office; 

Ms. Leslie Bojanic 

Mr. William J. Brown, Director 

Ms. Lvnell Shore 




Mr. Andrew Green, Asst. Director of Media Ser\'ices & Mr. John J. Uhl, Director of Media 
Ser\'ices & Director of the Sound Recording Technology Program 





Admissions Office: 

Ms. Ruth E. Anderson 

Mr. Ronald K. Good 

Ms. Susan Borelli 



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Mrs. Sharon O. Arnold 
Assodate Professor of Sociology & Social 
Work 







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Dr. Susan L. Atkinson 
Assistant Professor of Education 




Dr. Phillip A. Billings 
Professor of English 







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Ms. Marie G. Bongiovanni 
Assistant Professor of Enghsh 




Mr. Donald C. Boone 
Assistant Professor of Hotel Manage- 
ment 



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Dr. James H. Broussard 
Chairman & Professor of History & 
American Studies 



Dr. Donald E. Byrne, Jr. 

Director & Professor of American Studies 

Professor of Religion & History 





Dr. Voorhis C. Cantrell 
Professor of Religion & Greek 



Dr. Sharon F. Clark 
Chairwoman & Associate Professor of 
Management 




Dr. Richard D. Cornelius 
Chairman & Professor of Chemistry 



83 




Dr. Salvatore Cullari 
Associate Professor of Psychology 



Dr. George D. Curfman 
Professor of Music Education 



Dr. Donald B. Dahlberg 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 




Ur. Michael A. Day 
Associate Professor of Physics 




Dr. Phylis C. Dryden 
Assistant Professor of EngUsh 



Dr. Scott H. Eggert 
Associate Professor of Music 



Miss Susan Lee Egner 
Instructor of Spanish 



84 




Dr. Dale J. Erskine 
Associate Professor of Biology 




Dr. Michael D. Fry 
Associate Professor of Mathematical Sci- 
ences 




Dr. Michael A. Grella 
Professor of Education 



Mr. Gary Grieve-Carlson 
Assistant Professor of English 



Dr. Klement M. Hambourg 
Associate Professor of Music 



85 




Dr. Carolyn R. Hanes 
Chairwoman & Professor of Sociology & 
Social Work 

Professor of Leadership Shidies 




Dr. Bryan V. Hearsey " 
Professor of Mathematical Sciences 




Dr. Robert H. Hearson 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Quartet/Die Posaunen Director 



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Dr. John H. Heffner 

Chairman of Religion & Philosophy 

Professor of Philosophy 




Dr. Jeanne C. Hey 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



86 





Mrs. Anne Higginbottom 
Asssistant Professor of English 



Dr. Barry L. Hurst 
Chairman & Associate Professor of 
Physics 



Dr. Diane M. Iglesias 

Chairwoman of Foreign Languages 

Professr of Spanish 




Mr. Richard A. Iskowitz 
Chairman & Associate Professor of Art 





Mr. Richard A. Joyce 
Associate Professor of History 



Dr. John P. Kearney 
Chairman & Professor of Enghsh 



Dr. Edward H. Krebs 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



87 




Dr. David I. Lasky 
Chairman & Professor of Psychology 




Mr. Robert W. Leonard 
Assistant Professor of Management 




Dr. Thomas J. Liu 
Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sci- 
ences 



Dr. Leon F. Markowicz 
Professor of Leadership Studies 



Dr. Joerg Mayer 
Professor of Mathematical Sciences 





Mr. Daniel B. McKinley 
Director of Leadership Studies Programs 
Assistant Professor of Leadership 
Studies 



Dr. Mark Mecham 
Chairman & Associate Professor of Mu- 





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



Mr. Phihp G. Morgan 
Associate Professor of Music 




Dr. John D. Norton, III 
Chairman of Pohtical Science & Eco- 
nomics 

Professor of Pohtical Science 



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Dr. Jan Pedersen 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 



Dr. Sidney Pollack 
Professor of Biology 



Dr. Barney T. Raffield, IH 
Associate Professor of Management 







Ms. Sharon Raffield 
Associate Professor of Social Work 




Dr. C. Robert Rose 
Associate Professor of Music 



Ms. Gail A. Sanderson 
Assistant Professor of Accounting 



Dr. James W. Scott 
Professor of German 



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Dr. Stephen R, Sexsmith 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




Dr. Steven M. Specht 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 




Dr. Joelle L. Stopkie 
Assistant Professor of French 



Dr. Dale Suminers 
Assistant Professor of Education 



Dr. Dennis W. Sweigart 
Associate Professor of Music 



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Mr. Warren K. A. Thompson 
Associate Professor of Philosophy 



Mr. Horace W. Tousley 
Chairman & Assistant Professor of 
Mathematical Sciences 





Dr. Mark A. Townsend 
Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sci- 



Dr. Perry J. Troutman 
Professor of Religion 




Dr. Susan E. Verhoek 
Professor of Biology 



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Dr. Stephen E. Williams 
Professor of Biology 



Ms. Barbara S. Wirth 
Assistant Professor of Accounting 



Dr, Paul L. Wolf 
Chairman & Professor of Biology 




Dr. Allan F. Wolfe 
Professor of Biology 




93 



125th Anniversary 





1975 



1991 






95 



Senior, Steve Vajda, carries the 
ball to gain a LVC 1st down. 



FOOTBALL 

The LVC football team's performance this season was 
quite impressive, considering that five of their regular 
season games were against teams rankedd among the top 
twenty of the country's Division III schools. Under the 
leadership of Coach Jim Monos, the Dutchmen enjoyed 
wins over Western Maryland, Delaware Valley, Wilkes, 
and arch-rival Albright. In addition to these successes, 
the team also saw some school records broken as senior 
Brian Wassell set three new LVC receiving records. The 
Dutchmen finished the season at 4-6. 





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Senior Chad McNaughton sacks Wilkes' 
quarterback. 

The cheerleaders try to hold back a much 
inspired Dutchmen team. 

Quarterback Bob Schwenk calls a pass 
play to get the ball into scoring position. 

The offense sits and discusses the next 
series' strategy. 




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SCORES 


LVC 




OPP 


10 


Moravian 


13 


6 


Widener 


9 


17 


Juniata 


38 





Lycoming 


17 


13 


Albright 


10 


14 


Susquehanna 


21 


15 


Wilkes 


8 


34 


W. Maryland 


30 


30 


Del. Val. 


28 


7 


Bridgewater 


32 













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Dawn Hickman charges toward 
the ball to gain posession. 



FIELD 
HOCKEY 

The Women's Field Hockey Team enjoyed an- 
other successful season. After losing five senior 
starters from last year's squad, the young team 
began the season with a bit of apprehension. Fol- 
lowing a tie in their first game, the Lady Dutchmen 
gained confidence as they went on to defeat Bridge- 
water and Pfeiffer in a tournament in Virginia. 

Goalie Sue Leonard turned in an outstanding 
season and was named the team's Most Valuable 
Player with four shutouts. Freshman Julie 
Brymesser, contributed to the team's success with 
twelve goals. The 1990 Field Hockey team went on 
to play in the MAC playoffs. Unfortuneately, they 
lost in the first round to Johns Hopkins University. 

Although they will be without seniors Danielle 
Campbell and Kelly May, the team looks forward to 
another strong season next year. 





Row 1; Chris Horst, Asst. Coach; Sue Leonard, Michelle Fillipone, Kelly May, Deb Pisano, April Myers, Sue Sarisky, Lois Lapp, Jen Bower, Coach, 
Kathy Tiemy; Row 2: Laura Bell, manager; Julie Brymesser, Jen Emery, Dori Fleischer, Kristin Sagun, Sandy Fauser, Danielle Campbell, Dawn 
Hickman 



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LVC 




OFF 



1 



Bloomsburg 

Gettysbtirg 

F&M 


4 
1 



1 


E. Mennonite 


2 


3 
4 


Bridgewater 
Pfeiffer 


1 






Millersville 


2 


2 


WUkes 








Kutztown 


1 


7 


Swarthmore 





2 
2 


Susquehanna 
E-Town 



1 




3 


Washington 
Scranton 


1 



2 


Messiah 


4 


1 


Haverford 


2 


6 
1 


Lycoming 
Dickinson 


1 

3 


1 


Johns Hopkins 


2 



Kris Sagun and Dawn Hickman work to- 
gether to keep posesssion of the ball. 



April Meyers hits the ball on an LVC pos- 
session. 



Kelly May races toward the ball before her 
opponent can reach it. 



Keeping a watchful eye on the ball. Sue 
Sarisky plays good defense. 




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Freshman midfielder, Mario DiS- 
averio makes an attempt to steal 
the ball from his opponent. 



SOCCER 

The 1990 Dutchmen Soccer Team had a very dif- 
ficult season. This was a year of reorganization and 
rebuilding. The team's emphasis this year was to work 
on conditioning and strengthening in order to build 
depth among the team members. The team has be- 
come very close and they work extremely well to- 
gether. Because that cohesion exists, and because the 
team is so young and they have so many returning 
players, the team will have a definite edge when 
competing against their opponents in the years to 
come. The captains this year were Bill Hoeffling, Steve 
Sanger and Corey Leiby. Next year's captains will be 
Byron Brought, Mac Weinberg and Bill Hoeffling. All 
but three of the team members were underclassmen. 
There were only three seniors to lead the team this 
year. They were Steve Sanger, Brian Hand, and Kevin 
Kalb. These three outstanding players will be missed, 
but they leave behind thirteen returning lettermen. 
These thirteen will will surely lead the Dutchmen to a 
better and much stronger season next year. 




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Row 1; Dennis Jumper, Mario DiSaverio, William Hoefling, Matt Frank, John Hurd, Byron Brought, Steve Sanger, Mac Weinberg; Row 2: Coach Hoefling, 
Jeff Burt, Ryan Tweedie, Kevin Kalb, Brian Hand, Ted Jones, Corey Leiby, Andy Smith, Paul Bosco, Steve Bagent, Tim Miller, Coach Shirk 



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SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 





MacMurray 


4 


2 


Lane. Bible 


1 


1 


Albright 


3 





King's 


3 





W. Maryland 


1 





Dickinson 


6 


1 


Widener 


2 


1 


York 


2 





Gettysburg 


3 


1 


Ursinus 


2 





F&M 


5 


1 


Susquehanna 


10 





Juniata 








Muhlenberg 


11 





Lycoming 


1 





Moravian 


4 



The team gathers to- 
gether to discuss strat- 
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Ryan Tweedie looks for 
ivv a teammate to whom he 
"^ can pass the ball. 



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Row 1: Justine Hamilton, 
Kelly Burke, Angle Carl, 
Gretchen Harteis; Row 2: 
Kristine Kuhn, Jen Carter, 
Shay Lentz; Row 3: Coach 
Perry, Caprece Carrington, 
Wendy Durham 



WOMEN'S 
VOLLEYBALL 

The women's volleyball team was strong and suc- 
cessful this year despite their size. The "anklebiters", 
so named because of their height, averaged a height of 
only five feet four inches. This skillful team dem- 
onstrated on a number of occasions that talent was 
their key to success and not height. 

The Lady Dutchmen hitters showed their strength 
and depth throughout the season by continuing to win 
despite injuries to their starters. These ladies turned in 
some great performances when they defeated rivals 
such as Lycoming, Moravian and King's. After losing 
only two players to graduation, the Anklebiters look 
forward to another successful season. 





Teammates congratulate each other on a well-deserved victory. 



102 



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SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


2 

2 


Lycoming 

W. Maryland 

Scranton 



2 





1 


Susquehanna 
Dickenson 


2 
3 





2 
3 
3 
2 


Gettysburg 

King's 

Marywood 

Muhlenburg 

Albright 

Lancaster Bible 


2 
2 






2 


Wash. Bible 





1 


Messiah 


3 


2 


Wilkes 








F&M 


2 





E-Town 


3 


2 


Hood 





2 


Goucher 





3 


Del. Val. 





2 


Moravian 


1 


2 
3 

2 
1 


King's 

Lycoming 

W. Maryland 

Susquehanna 

Juniata 


1 

3 
3 
3 



Freshman, Kelly Burke bumps the 
ball for Angle Carl as Justine 
Hamilton watches. 

Regardless of the consequences, 
Gretchen Harteis lunges to save 
the ball. 

Serving match point, Kelly Burke 
concentrates on the perfect serve. 



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105 



Sophomore Reggie Hall hits a two point jumper in 
the ECAC championship game. 



MEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Once again the LVC Dutchmen Basketball team 
enjoyed another winning season under the strong 
leadership of Coach Flannery. Seniors this year 
included Troy Krall, Dave Bentz, Joe Rilatt, Kevin 
Arnold and Ray Kargo. The team won some close 
games against Juniata, Messiah and Elizabethtown. 
They also won one game against archrival Franklin 
and Marshall College. The men's basketball team 
made it to the finals of the ECAC again this year 
and played a very close game, but lost 67-70 against 
Allentown. 





Row 1: Ken Lewis, manager, Steve Zeiber, TErrell Seaward, Rich Tinucci, Ray Kargo, Melvin Jackson, Michael Yordy, John Harper, Dave Ensico, Kevi 
Best; Rovi' 2: Coach Flannery, Coach Sorrentino, Mike Johnson, Troy Krall, Reggie Hall, Dave Bentz, Joe Rilatt, Kevin Arnold, Mark Wooten, John 
McCloskey, Coach Mailen, Coach Richardson, Coach Friday 



106 




With the basket in sight, Dave Bentz attempts to 
score. 

Troy Krall attempts a three point shot while 
Senior Joe Rilatt blocks their opponent. 

In the middle of traffic, freshmen Scott Ste- 
phenson puts the ball up for two. 














Scores 




LVC 




OFF 




90 


Wash. & Jeff. 


62 




54 


Lynchburg 


52 




50 


York 


59 




107 


Haverford 


50 




67 


Juniata 


57 




69 


Moravian 


54 




78 


Lycoming 


46 




68 


King's 


76 




68 


Juniata 


63 




58 


Shippensburg 


78 




69 


Messiah 


64 




58 


Dickinson 


71 




67 


Muhlenberg 


87 




63 


W. Maryland 


70 




56 


Gettysburg 


53 




72 


F&M 


67 




50 


Moravian 


60 


' 


65 


W. Maryland 


63 




56 


Dickinson 


60 




64 


Elizabethtown 


63 




65 


Muhlenberg 


71 




71 


Albright 


63 




70 


Susquehanna 


65 




57 


Gettysburg 


59 




65 


F&M 


79 




76 


Yeshiva 


63 




67 


Allentown 


70 





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Jen Leitao brings the ball down the court in an 
attempt to score a basket. 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



This was the Women Basketball Team's first year 
under th guidance of Coach Nelson. Both Coach 
Nelson and the Lady Dutchmen had some good 
learning experiences this season. The combination 
of Nelson's coaching techniques and the team's 
dedication and spirit is bound to be the proper 
ingredients for a very successful team in seasons to 
come. There were only two seniors on the team, Jen 
Leitao and Carla Myers. These players will be 
missed, but they do leave behind a strong, young 
team who, with the proper guidance, will continue 
to be a strong force in the league. The highlights of 
the season included Carla Myers scoring her 1000th 
point in the last game of the season with only 
seconds to go! Overall, there were many improve- 
ments in the LVC Women's Basketball program this 
year and there are bound to be many more as Coach 
Nelson settles into the position. 





Row 1: Kathryn Ford, Carla Myers; Row 2: Andrea Mitchell, Jen Leitao, Dawn Hickman, Sandy Fauser, Jan Ogurcak, Coach Nelson Trida Livingooc 
Paula Ritter, Pam Grove, Danielle Fetters 



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)ring a point for her team, Jan Ogurcak sinks a basket from the 
d line. 

m Grove looks for an open teammate to whom she can pass Dawn Hickman throws the ball inbounds on 
iball. a Valley possession. 





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SCORES 


LVC 




OPP 


50 


Waynesbiirg 


85 


53 


Wash. & Jeff. 


79 


54 


F&M 


91 


58 


Alvemia 


67 


58 


Denison 


71 


63 


York 


67 


70 


Gallaudet 


65 


72 


Dickinson 


57 


44 


Swarthmore 


40 


61 


W. Maryland 


64 


55 


Johns Hopkins 


62 


64 


Gettysburg 


80 


55 


Del. Valley 


67 


63 


Johns Hopkins 


85 


62 


Messiah 


82 


44 


F&M 


66 


58 


Gettysbxirg 


60 


52 


Susquehanna 


78 


51 


Moravian 


98 


59 


Dickinson 


54 


80 


Albright 


67 


66 


W. Maryland 


71 


74 


Muhlenburg 


92 



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Senior Johnny Wargins mentally prepares himself 
for the match. 



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Jason Watts pins his opponent. 



WRESTLING 



Larry Larthey enjoyed another successful wdn- 
ning season in his third year as coach of the Leb- 
anon Valley College Wrestling Team. Along with 
Assistant Coach Carey Meyer, Larthey continued 
with his plan to rebuild the wrestling program. 
Upon becoming head coach three years ago, 
. Larthey set out to help the team once again achieve 
successes like those it experienced in the 1970's. 
Led by senior captains Jeff Randazzo, Johnny 
Wargins and Rod Kalbach, the squad proved to be a 
strong one. By defeating such teams as 
Elizabethtown College, University of Scranton, 
King's College and Gettysburg, the Dutchmen 
wrestlers had an impressive 11-9-1 season. 





Row 1: Joel Kise, Todd Rupp, Jeff Randazzo, Kevin Stein, Chris Lloyd, Ellsworth Bergen, Chris Ruhf; Row 2: Joanne Marks, trainer; Coach Meyer, ZacI 
Smolenak, Rod Kalbach, John Wargins, Randy Durbin, Jason Watts, Jim Riegel, Coach Larthey 



110 




SCORES 






LVC 




OPP 


22 


Elizabethtown 


18 


48 


Galladet 


19 


27 


Salisbury State 


18 


44 


Johns Hopkins 


3 


38 


Messiah 


12 


29 


King's 


16 


12 


Moravian 


33 


21 


Coast Guard 


21 


27 


Scranton 


19 


10 


Susquehanna 


33 





Moravian 


51 


14 


Muhlenberg 


30 


14 


Swarthmore 


28 


19 


Juniata 


32 


22 


W. Maryland 


25 


3 


Mansfield 


47 


14 


Ursinus 


29 


36 


King's 


8 


24 


Gettysburg 


23 


39 


Haverford 


18 


32 


Albright 


21 




Ellsworth Bergen scores some more points for 
LVC. 

Zach Smolenak attempts to put his opponent on 
his back. 

Todd Rupp scores two points against his Get- 
tysburg opponent. 



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first place finish in the 100 butterfly. 



SWIMMING 




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The Lebanon Valley College Swim team ended 
their season with good performances from all. The 
only thing that kept them from sweeping the 
league, was depth. This did not bring the team's 
morale down, however. The season began with a 
large team but as the academic year progressed, the 
number of team members dwindled. In the middle 
of the season the team went to Boca Raton, Florida, 
for two weeks of intensive training. This not only 
strengthened the athletes in the sport but it also 
brought them together as a team. Outstanding per- 
formances were produced at MAC's by Stacy Hol- 
lenshead, Becky Dugan, Kim Manning, Moira Wil- 
liams, Steve Hand, Brian Hand, Mike Haine, and 
Glen Gangewer. 





Row 1; Michelle Smith, Dawn DiDonato, Stephanie Hassler, Deb Pisano, Jen Ambrose, Moira Williams, Theresa Banic, Susan Cohen; Row 2; RusI 
Owens (Coach), Jeff Manning, Mike Hair, John Bowerman, Stacy HoUenshead (captain), Becky Dugan (captain). Glen Gangewer (captain). Matt " 

Georges, Jim Horn, Brian Hand (captaii 



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promising lead on the first leg of the 
Medley Race. 

Before the gun goes off, the swimmers 
mentally prepare themselves to do their 
best. 





SCORES 


MEN'S 


OPP WOMEN'S 


74-88 


King's 40-85 


72-76 


Lycoming 


16-57 


W. Maryland 31-59 


61-105 


Susquehanna 68-104 


66-86 


Washington 48-112 


40-88 


Goucher 75-113 



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127 



ATHLETIC BANQUET 








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129 



125th Anniversary 





1933 



1991 





Organizations 



131 



RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 




Row 1: Tim Butz, Wendy Durham, Christopher Krpata; Row 2; Rachel Grella, Amber Hegi, Robyn 
Ulmer, Ray Muller, Marie Landis, Michelle Houtz; Row 3: Lynn Schwalm, Kris Curran, Eric Howson, 
Ted Jones, Keith Schleicher, Dave Wright, Chaplain Smith; Not Pictured; Karen Beres, Kelly Green, 
Mary Ellen Cvijic 



COUNCIL OF 

RELIGIOUS 

ORGANIZATIONS 



Officers: 

President: Wendy Durham 
Vice President: Karen Beres 
Treasurer: Tim Butz 
Secretary: Christopher Krpata 



NEWMAN CLUB 



Officers: 

President: Rachel Grella 
Vice President: Mary Ellen Cvijic 
Treasurer: John Busedu 
Secretary: Kim Bolden 




Row 1: Lynn Smith, Erin Calvert, Cathy Connors, Trida Haeusler; Row 2; John Busedu, Rachel Grelli 
Mary Ellen Cvijic, Kim Bolden; Row 3; Dr. Blazej Kruppik, Ian Bonner, Rev. Msgr. Thomas H, Smith, 
Dr. Michael A. Grella, Matthew St. Georges 



132 



RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



H. I. S. 



Officers: 



'resident: Amber Hegi 
'ice President: Karen Beres 
"reasurer: Ray Muller 




Row 1: Amber Hegi, Diane Tuman; Row 2; Nicole Grove, Jim Ruddy, Kristen Webster; Row 3: Bob 
Weaver, Enc Martin, Ray Muller, Christopher Krpata; Not Pictured: Karen Beres, Phil Portier 






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^ow 1: Jay Yoder, David Wright; Row 2; Kristine Kuhn, Rov Williams, Cathy Connors, Ronda Weller, 
'avid Umla, Jen Leone; Row 3: John Hurd, Lewis Cooke, Carl Fortna, Tricia Haeusler, Ted Jones, Lynn 
chwalm, Andrew Murphy; Row 4: Robert Weaver, Timothy Butz, Keith Schleicher, Doug Pike, Wendy 
hiiham, Jeffrey Martin, Christopher Krpata, Michelle Houtz 



FELLOWSHIP OF 

CHRISTIAN 

ATHLETES 



Officers: 

President: Ted Jones 
Vice President: Tricia Haeusler 
Treasurer: Lynn Schwalm 
Secretary: Carl Fortna 



133 



RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



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Row 1; Cathy Connors, Kristine Kuhn, Susan Duff; Row 2: Bob Weaver, Tim Butz, Jeff Martin, Matt 
St. Georges, Jennie Bullock, Becky Blessing; Row 3: Jen Leone, Lynn Schwalm, Jennifer Bragunier; Row 
4: Dina Litzenberger, Michael Slechta, Keith Schleicher, Ted Jones, Wendy Durham, Rob Barclay, Eric 
Howson 



PROJECT 



Officers: 

President: Dina Litzenberger 
Vice President: Keith Schleicher 
Treasurer: Michael Slechta 
Secretary: Lynn Schwalm 



RAINBOW TROUPE 



Officers: 

President: Kristen Curran 
Vice President: Timothy Butz 
Treasurer: Becky Snyder 




Row 1: Roy Williams, Kristen Curran, Timothy Butz; Row 2; Kelly Green; Row 3: Lyrm Schwalm, Stevt 
Carpenter, Diane Tuman; Row 4: Elizabeth Adams; Not Pictured: Ronda Weller, Ray MuUer, Lynn 
Sosnoski, Paul Walters, Marie Landis, Becky Snyder, Kristine Kuhn 



134 



EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



SPSEA 



Officers: 



'resident: Erika Allen 
/ice President: Jill Hamilton 
rreasurer: Lynn Schwalm 
secretary: Bethany Yohe 




Rinv 1 L\ nn Schwalm, Bill Rossnock, Joanna Wierman, Michael blechta, Laurabeth Shearer, Bethany 
Yohe, Dave Bentz, John Bamhart, Erika Allen; Row 2; Dr. Susan Atkinson, Steve Carpenter, Timothy 
Butz, Kristin Davis, Allison Ingalls, Danielle Owens, Brenda Dolinger, Dawn Clark, Todd Lenhart, Chris 
Chandler; Row 3: Kate Eshbach, Deborah Ferris, Christy Engle, Jennifer Lewis, Shelly Smith, Stephanie 
Heagv, Patty Fleetwood, Michael Mohn; Not Pictured: Paula Young, Carol Svvavely, Meg Early, Janeen 
Swisher, Allen Weaver, Krista Nightwine, Maryann Lucykanish, Michelle Leddy, Sandy Baranowski, 
Jennifer Bragunier, Barbara Buchanan, Sandy Fauser, Michelle Filippone Larry Fry, Jill Hamilton, 
Stephanie Hassler, Dawn Hickman, Amy Hilbert, Tammy Knerr, Troy Krall 




MUSIC EDUCATORS 

NATIONAL 

CONFERENCE 



Officers: 



President: Karen Beres 
Vice President: Todd Mentzer 
Treasurer: Michael Slechta 
Secretary: Diana Cook 



Row 1: Lesley Laudermilch, Elizabeth Adams, Diana Cook, Karen Beres, Michael Slechta, Kristen 
Webster, Amy Clewell; Row 2: Sally Fegan, Nancy Jean Herman, Doug Prowant, Shawn Snavely, Dan 
Boyer, Beth Moyer, Mark Benson, Kelly May, Debra Reagle, Greta Yocum, Holly Hendrix; Not Pictured: 
Fodd Mentzer 



135 



CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS 




HISPANIC 

CULTURAL 

SOCIETY 



Row 1: Lisa Burke, John Busedu, Chris Lloyd; Row 2; Jodie Yamshak, Christy Berry, Jim Bradford, 
Dreama O'Neal, Ian Bonner; Not Pictured: Amber Hegi, John Kozak, Jason Cross, Renu Singhal, Ms. 
Egner 



Officers: 

President: John Busedu 
Vice President: Lisa Burke 
Treasurer: Chris Lloyd 
Secretary: Amber Hegi 



FRENCH CLUB 



Officers: 

President: John Digilio 
Vice President: John Conrad 
Treasurer: Deb Stoudt 
Secretary: Amy Bonser 




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Row 1: Amy Bonser, Amy Castle; Row 2: John Conrad, John Digilio; Not Pictured: Deb Stoudt 



136 



CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS 



TEUTONIA VALLIS 



Officers: 



'resident: Laurabeth Shearer 
^ice President: Amy Glavey 
Teasurer/Historian: Andrew Wangman 




Row 1: Andy Wangman, Laurabeth Shearer; Row 2: Christine Wahher, Beckv Blessing, Dr. James W. 
Scott; Not Pictured: Chris Chandler, Kris Kelley, Amy Hutton, David Fromhold, Diann Lenker, Amy 
Glavey 




BLACK CULTURE 
SOCIETY 



Officers: 

President: Kenethia Staley 

Vice President: Plummer Bailor 

Treasurer: Amy Castle 

Dir. of Public Relations: Erika Allen 

Dir. of Education: Tracey Brass 



ow 1: Erika Allen, Plummer Bailor, Kenethia Staley, Tracey Brass, Amy Castle; Row 2: Mary Beth 
iegenfuss, Danielle Owens, Challis Lee, Chris Chandler, Craig Lee, Shana Godfrey 



137 



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 









BIOLOGY CLUB 



Officers: 



President: Adam Hostetler 
Vice President: Tricia Haeusler 
p Treasurer: Kristie Zangari 
Secretary: Sheryl Drake 



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Row 1; Melissa Atkins, Marianne Boltz, Ken Jones, Kathv Guindon, Tricia Haeusler, Kristie Zangari, 
Adam Hostetler, Sheryl Drake, Jill Green, Erin Calvert, Renu Singhal, Deanna Sanders, Amy 
Cavanaugh; Row 2: David Lindenherg, Peter Fodor, Tammy O'Roark, Gloria Dyer, Sheri Smith, Kelly 
Snyder, Joe Alia, Nichole Weikel, Susan Bugash, Laura Shepler, Bill Guntrum, Blaine Connor 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 



Officers: 

President: Adam Hostetler 
Vice President: Lori Rothermel 
Treasurer: Kevin Gerchufsky 
Secretary: Karla Rittle 



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liltaBB 


1 




i.:: 

i 



JJl. 




Row 1; Lori Rothermel, Adam Hostetler, Kevin Gerchufsky; Row 2: Laura Shepler, Jeff Stouter, Amy 
Batman, Missy Atkins; Not Pictured: Karla Rittle 



138 



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 



SOCIETY OF 

PHYSICS 
STUDENTS 



Dfficers: 

'resident: Joe Souders 
/ice President: Dave Esh 
measurer: Chris Pope 
iecretary: Durran Schultz 




Row 1: Joe Souders, Doug Zook; Row 2: Jay Yoder, Dave Esh, Jim Haine, Durran Schultz, Chris Pope; 
Not Pictured; Michael Home, Ignacio Birriel 




'ow 1: Dr. Steven Specht, Joan Landis, Robert White, Rachel Grella, Kathy Luckenbill, Kenneth Jones; 
low 2: Tamela Bieber, Steve Young, Bob Mattoon Jr., Karl Liedtka, Jerez Hue, Christa Wachinski, Leslie 
itrauss, Bonnie MacCuUoch, Kim Sollenberger, Sheryl Drake; Not Pictured; JoMarie Cardinale, Dr. Jan 
'edersen, Ray Kargo, Byron Brought, Lori Folk, Lara Berezin, Kris Riley, Shana Godfrey, Ann Bosach 



PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB 



Officers: 

President: Rachel Grella 
Vice President: Bob White 
Treasurer: Joan Landis 
Secretary: Kathy Luckenbill 



139 



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 




Row 1: Rob Bell, Kim Shaffer, Andrew Hildebrand, Janice Hartz; Row 2: Professor Donald Boone, Jerez 
Hue, Matthew St. Georges, Dorjee Tsering, Doug Pike, Joanne Marx, Theresa Banic, Jill Hulet, Jen 
Leone, Dr. Sharon F. Clark; Not Pictured; Michelle Feaser, Brendalyn Krysiak, Mike Zettlemoyer 



BUSINESS CLUB 



us 

^ Officers: 



President: Andrew Hildebrand 
Vice President: Kim Shaffer 
Treasurer: Rob Bell 
Secretary: Janice Hartz 



INTERNATIONAL 

BUSINESS & 

CULTURE 

CLUB 



Officers: 

OFFICE FALL SPRING 

President: Amy Castle Amy Waterfield 
Vice President: Amy Waterfield Suzette 
Suarez 

Treasurer: Mark Fink Mark Fink 
Secretary: Janel Kughler Jerez Hue 
International Culture Day Coordinator: 
Andy Wangman 




Row 1: Mark Fink, Janel Kughler, Amy Waterfield, Amy Castle; Row 2: Dr. Barney Raffield, Andy 
Wangman, Suzette Suarez, Jerez Hue; Not Pictured: Ruth Dirienzo, Shana Godfrey, Dorjee Tsering 



140 



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 




HISTORY & 

POLITICAL 

SCIENCE CLUB 

Officers: 



President: David Sheats 
Vice President: John Digilio 
Treasurer: Cristal Renzo 
Secretary: Lori Watson 



Row 1; Kim Bolden, Cristal Renzo, Lori Watson; Row 2: David Sheats, Jon Wescott, Gary Nolan, John Digilio; 
Not Pictured: Kathy Stanson, Linda Sterner, Josue Diaz 



141 



ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 




COMPUTER CLUB 



Officers: 

President: Tavio D'Angelis 



Row 1: Harold Fultz, Stacey Marker, Ann Cawley, & Todd Randall; Not Pictured: Tavio D'Angelis 



MATH CLUB 



Officers: 

President; Chris Hills 
Vice President: Missy Askey 
Treasurer: Stephanie Schumaker 
Secretary: Julie Frederick 




Row 1: Tara Reichert, Heidi Schweers, Kathy Wolfe; Row 2: Stephanie Schumaker, Ann Cawley, Corej 
Zdanavage, Julie Frederick 



142 



CLASS OFFICERS 



1991 



1992 




Secretary, Danielle Campbell 

Vice President, John Busedu 

President, Jean Paul Duvall 

Treasurer, Brian Wassel 




Vice President, Patty Fleetwood 

President, Ridge Salter 

Secretary, Alyson Neiswender 

Treasurer, Julie Frederick, not pictured 



1993 



1994 




Vice President, Stephen W. Bagent III 
President, Jennifer Carter 
Secretary, Deborah Ferris 
Treasurer, Doug Kennedy 




Vice President, Sean Lutz 

President, Heather Weitzel 

Treasurer, Kathleen Wolfe 

Secretary, John Kozak 



143 



CAMPUS MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS 




Row 1: Amy Waterfield, Joan Landis, L. J. La Barre, Andy Wangman; Row 2; Matt Aichinger, Linda 
Sterner, Michelle May, Catherine Crissman, Janice Hartz, Amy Earhart; Not Pictured: Mike Bodine, 
Travis Emig, Joanne Grajewski, Ann Dietrick, Amy Hilbert, Jen Ambrose, Dreama O'Neil 



QUITTAPAHILLA 



Officers: 

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Joan Landis 
Co-Editor-in-Chief: L. J. La Barre 
Student Life Editor: Amy Waterfield 
Faculty Editor: Michelle May 
Copy Editor: Joanne Grajewski 
Organizations Editor: Janice Hartz 
Senior/Underclass Editor: Travis Emig 
Sports Editor: Catherine Crissman 



LA VIE 
COLLEGIENNE 



Officers: 

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Michelle May 
Co-Editor-in-Chief: Ian Bonner 
Feature Editor: James Bradford 
News Editor: Tammy Knerr 
Financial Director: Greg Leedy 
Computer Director: Michael Bodine 
Layout Editor: Carrie Spangel 
Photography Editor: Andy Wangman 




Row 1: Phillip Nourie, Patty Reetwood, Jim Bradford, Michelle May, Ian Bonner, Greg Leedy; Row 2: 
Justine Hamilton, April Kehman, Matthew Aichinger, Andy Wangman, Michael Bodine, Janice Hartz, 
Sarah O'SuUivan, Matthew St. Georges; Not Pictiired: Carrie Spangel, Tammy Knerr, Michelle 
Cunningham, Carl Fortna, L. J. La Barre, Suzette V. Suarez 



144 



CAMPUS MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS 




WLVC 



Officers: 

President: Jen Benussi 
Vice President: Anthony Veratti 
Treasurer: Brad Kintzer 
Secretary: Deb Gray 



:ow 1: Jennifer Benussi, Steve Carpenter, Deb Gray; Row 2; John Bowerman, Malissa Noll, Jerry BattagUa, 
)avid Sheats, Steve Young, Andrew Hamlin 



145 



THE ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 




JAZZ BAND 



Members-. Jeanne Adams, Kristan Curran, Josue Diaz, Mark Kapolka, Edward Vanlandeghem, Shawn 
Snavely, Keith Schleicher, Lesley Laudermilch, Rolfe Steinke, David Umla, Todd Lenhart, Jim Mchinis, 
Deb Reagle, Mike Lichtenwalner, Tom Strohman 



CONCERT CHOIR 




Row 1; Jennie Bullock, Frank Heilman, Ehzabeth Adams, David Umla, Jeanne Adams, Thorn Wetzel, 
Holly Kreiser, Lori Nyce, Eric Martin, Laura Shepler, Michael Zettlemoyer, Amy Fuellebom; Row 2: 
Diana Cook, Mark Benson, Zoanna Payne, Jef Betz, Susan Bugash, Bill Guntrum, Michelle Kunz, Kym 
Hackworth, Kathy Henry, Keith Copenhaver, Sean Hackett, Amy Hutton; Row 3; Brigette Cuffia, 
Brandon Weston, April Homing, Mark Dimick, Kathy Luckenbill, Andrew Hostetler, Michelle Feaser, 
Sarah O'Sullivan, Lance Dieter, Heather Weitzel, Robert Petro, Rebecca Brown; Row 4; Cheryl 
Richards, Dan Boyer, Christina Best, Jon Scampton, Beth Moyer, Jonathan Wescott, Greta Yocum, Just 
Scout, Kathryn Guindon, John Diller, Kristen Curran 



146 



THE ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 



THE SYMPHONIC BAND 








147 



ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 



WIG & BUCKLE 
Officers: 



President: Katherine Henry 
Vice President: Stacy Gilbert 
Secretary: Sarah Thompson 
Business Manager: Bill Guntrum 




Row 1: Andy Hosteller, Kelly Green, Bill Guntrum, Diann Lenker, Katherine Henry, Stacy Gilbert, Scott 
Grumling, Frank Heilman; Row 2: Diane Tuman, Vickie Davis, Amy Hutton, Sarah O'SuIlivan, Patty 
Fleetwood, Erin McHenry, Mark Fink, Jef Betz; Row 3; Nicole Fidler, Alison Rutter, Bonnie MacCulloch, 
Elizabeth Adams, Cristal Renzo, Tawni Niklaus, Andrew Hildebrand, Michele Klinsky, Jennifer Benussi, 
Michelle Feaser, Matthew Aichinger, Brandon Weston, Dr. Scott; Not Pictured; Troy Neidermeyer, Sarah 
Thompson, Brigette Cuffia, Greg Leedy 




GUILD STUDENT 
CHAPTER 

Officers: 



President: Mark Dimick 
Vice President: Joyce Attix 
Treasurer: Michael Slechta 
Secretary: Michael Slechta 



Row 1; Mark Dimick, Joyce Attix, Michael Slechta; Row 2: Diana Cook, Kim Putoeny, Dan Boyer, Shawn 
Gingrich, Michelle Kunz, Mrs. Suzanne C. Riehl 



148 



ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 




SPRING ARTS 
COMMITTEE 

Officers: 



Coordinator: Shawn Snavely 
Treasurer: Andrew Hildebrand 
Secretary: Diann Lenker 



Row 1; Karen Beres, Doug Prowant, Shawn Snavely, Andrew Hildebrand; Row 2: Amy Clewell, Kristan 
Foster, Timothy Butz, Jon Wescott, Mark Benson, Bill Horst, Elizabeth Adams; Not Pictured: Troy 
Neidermeyer, Glen Gangewer, Michael Zettlemoyer, Diann Lenker, Laura Shepler 



UNDERGROUND 

STEERING 

COMMITTEE 

Officers: 



President: Chris Graver 
Vice President: Lori Folk 
Treasurer: Molly Rasmussen 
Secretary: Nicole Grove 
President Advisor: Rich Kroth 
Purchasing Agent: David Gartner 




Row 1: Molly Rasmussen, Chris Graver, Rich Kroth, Lori Folk, David Gartner; Row 2: Brenda Zack, Amy 
Fuellebom, Julianne Muchitee, Steve Teitelman, Steve Carpenter, Zoanna Payne, Mary Beth Ziegenfuss, Renee 
Singhal; Not Pictured; Mark Fink, Nicole Grove, Cathy Connors, Jim Ruddy, Leon Motz, Tara Reichert, 
Michelle Smith, Joanne Marx, Brad Kintzer, Joe Curran, Catherine Crissman, Michelle Brailsford, Jeff Martin, 
Allison Ingalls, Sandy Fauser, Heather Weitzel, Danielle Owens 



149 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 




COLLEGE 
^^ REPUBLICANS 

Officers: 

, President: Rod Paul 

I Vice President: Jen Carter 

' Treasurer: Michelle Leddy 

J Secretary: John Gross 



Row 1; Rod Paul, Doug Pike, Khristian Snyder, David Stimpson; Row 2: Joshua Averill, Heather Rimmer, 
Becky Blessing, Cathy Connors, Marianne Boltz, Jennifer Carter, Robert Barclay 



STUDENT ACTION 
FOR THE EARTH 

Coordinators: 



Justine Hamilton 
Cristal Renzo 




Row 1: Laurel Thompson, Lori Watson, Heather Rimmer, Cristal Renzo, Justine Hamilton, Dreama O'Neal- 
Row 2; Jill Green, Brigette Cuffia, Susan Bugash, Theresa Banic, Peter Blin, Nichole Weikel, Tara Hottenstein, 
Peter Stavenick; Not Pictured: Sheri Smith, Amy Hutton, Jen Bower, Cathy Guindon, Kris Curran 



150 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 

Officers: 

President: Jim Haine 
Vice President: John Bowerman 
Treasurer: Jen Carter 
Secretary: Sue Leonard 




Row 1: Sue Leonard, Jen Carter, Michelle Leddy; Row 2: Catherine Crissman, Shav Lentz, Kelly May, John 
Busedu; Row 3: Shelly Smith, Alyson Neiswender, Khristian Snyder, Jim Haine; Row 4: Ridge Salter, Kevin 
Arnold, Lance Deiter, Rob Wolfgang 




STUDENT 
JUDICIAL BOARD 

Chairperson: Brian Wassel 



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Row 1; Joyce Attix, Brian Wassel, Rachel Grella; Row 2: Sean Lutz, Jamie Heintzelman 



151 



SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS 




TENNIS CLUB 
Officers: 

Captain: Carl Fortna 

Vice President: Tom Giovinazzo 



Row 1: Tom Giovinazzo, Carl Fortna, Greg Spittle, Jason Moyer, Mike Spangler; Row 2: Aaron Daubert, Scott 
Fiscus, Geoff Gerow, Rod Paul, Doug Pike, Phil Nourie, Chris Chandler 



SKI CLUB 
Officers: 



President: Jim Haine 
Vice President: John Jewell 
Treasurer: Mark Kapolka 
Secretary: Doug Zook 




Row 1; Mark Kapolka, Chris Kapolka, Jim Haine, David Laurer; Row 2; Ridge Salter, Doug Zook, John Jewell, 
Rodney Baughman, Jim Horn, David Cass, Danielle Campbell, Christy Engle 



152 



SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS 




BOWLING CLUB 
Officers: 



President: Mike Houtz 
Treasurer: Jon Scampton 
Secretary: Jon Scampton 



Jow 1: Pete Fodor, Mike Houtz, Jeff Bubb, Ricfi Chamberlain; Row 2; Todd Beasley, Steph Heagy, Tara 
Jeichert, Kathy LuckenbiU, Lori Rothermel 



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Greeks 




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




Row 1: Corey Kauffman, Irish Haeusler, Kathy Henry, Harold Fultz, Kevin Stein, Nathan Mains, John Digilio; Row 2: Jeff Stouter, Josh Diaz, David Wright, 
Tim Curry, Keith Schleicher, Steve Teitelman, Chris Small, Kevin Gerchufsky, Lance Dieter, Chris Graver, Doug Pike, Rich Kroth, David Gartner, Rob Petro, 
Chris Hills, Marcus Johnson, Mr. Hamish; Not Pictured: Jef Betz, Ken Jones, Zoanna Payne 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Douglas Pike 
Tim Curray 
Nathan Mains 
Marcus Johnson 
David Gartner 
Corey Kauffman 



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GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 





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Row 1: Jennifer Benussi, Michele FilUpone, Dr. Pedersen, Kathr\'n Guindon, Alison Rutter, Tammy O'Roark, Rachel Grella, Sarah Thompson, Kim Shaffer, 
Kristen Curran; Row 2: Trida Haeusler, Jennifer Hanshaw, Melissa Askey; Row 3; Danielle Owens, Kelly Lawrence, Pamela Merther, Alyson Neiswender, 
Kim Sollenberger, Bonnie MacCuIloch, Nancy Lex, Kristan Foster, Hille Craig, Kelly Snyder; Row 4; Paula Young, Kelly Green, Nicole Grove, Lori Folk; Row 
5: Nikki Bradford, Ann Cawley, Michelle Houtz, Amy Bonser, Diane Tuman, Kimmi Eames, Sandra Heckman, Christina Best; Not Pictured; Kathy Henry, 
Linda Sterner, Jennifer Bragunier, Marianne Boltz, Molly Rasmussen, Deb Stoudt 



Pledge Class of 1991: 



Stephanie Hassler 
Sandy Baranowski 
Jamie Wilson 
Christy Berry 
Lynn Sosnoskie 
Tammy Bieber 
Jodie Yamshak 
Sheri Smith 
Ruth Walmer 
Elizabeth Adams 




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PHI LAMBDA SIGMA 







Row 1: Joe Shermeyer, David Kim, Philo Mascot, Duane Goodling; Row 2; J. Michael Lieb, Pete Grindrod, Mike Bodine, Chris Kline, Rob Bell, Stan Hulet, 
Randy Durbin, Neil Madison 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Dave Cook 
Doug Kennedy 
Matt St. Georges 
Zack Smolenak 



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KAPPA LAMBDA SIGMA 




Row 1; David Sostak, Chris Pope, Mike Caputo, Bill Gregg, Rod Kalbach, Johnny Wargins, Jeff Randazzo; Row 2: Dr. Barney Raffield, Dirk Markel, Ron Hess, 
Don Lappin, Evan Evans, Leon Motz, Mark Evans 



Pledge Class of 1991: 



Ed Dudley 
Ed Hartman 
Jerry Battaglia 
Elsworth Bergon 
Jeff Bubb 
Chris Lloyd 




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Pledge Class of 1991: 



Becky Brown 
Susan Cohen 
Lori Day 
Jen Emery 
Nicole Fidler 
Shana Godfrey 
Patti Landolfi 
Barb Nasife 
Katrina Neeld 
Chris Reese 
Donna Smoyer 
Heather Wietzel 
Kathy Wolfe 



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DELTA LAMBDA SIGMA 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Christy Engle 
Jen Bower 
Chris Sagan 
Amy Fulligeniti 
Allison Rutter 




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KNIGHTS OF THE VALLEY 




Row 1; Steve Vajda, John Busedu, Tim Tobin, Joe Souders, Rich Yingling, Jay Richmond; Row 2; Tom McCIain, Eric Shaub, Joe Curran, Kent Weidennoyer, 
Byron Brought, Chad McNaughton, Jeff Manning; Row 3; Aaron Johnson, Bob Mattoon, Erik Omdorff, Nathan Avery, Troy Celesky, Karl Liedtka, Dave 
Bentz; Row 4: David Stover, Chuck Funk, Steve Herr, Scott Davis, Chris Long, Charhe Reed, Doug Brown, Ken Wilson, Brian Donley, Cary "Slayer" Meyer 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Gary Book 
Roger Beitel 
Craig Connelly 
John Burch 
Paul Carey 
Rob Frantz 
Mike Hartman 
Derek Kohlhaas 
Rodney Kovach 
Pete Salvatori 
Bob Schwenk 
Jason Romig 
Todd Snovk 
Kirk Seesholtz 
Brady Smith 
Keith Stambaugh 



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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




Row 1: Kevin Sutovich, Glen Gangewer, Bobby Aubel, Jean-Paul Duvall, Anthony Veratti, Michael Blimline; Row 2; Ridge Salter, Robert Wolfgang, Rodney 
Baughman, Jim Maine, Carl Fortna, Brian Femandes: Row 3: Bnan Hand, Paul Walters, David Cass, Chuck BIoss, Chris Esh, Brad Kintzer, Jair Pietersz, Scott 
Askins, Matthew Wood, Steve Bagent, Rvan Tweedie, Russell Himeisen, Scott Bell, Dave Esh, David Stimpson, Shawn Auman; Not Pictured; Tim Biltcliff, 
Corey Leiby, Mark Gibson, John Jewel, David Lalver, Steve Hand, Jim Horn, Mark Kapolka 



Pledge Class of 1991: 



Dennis Martin 
Jason Moyer 
Mike Hummel 
Tim Miller 
Jason Burgess 
Matt Rinehart 
Justin Scout 
Geoff Geraw 




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DELTA TAU CHI 




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Row 1: Eric Howson, Laurabeth Shearer, Ray Muller, Kristine Kuhu, Keith Schleicher; Row 2: Christopher Krpata, Jay Yoder, Roy Williams, Jeff Martin, 
David Wright, Bob Weaver; Row 3: Ronda Weller, Lynn Schwalm, Cathy Connors, Liz Adams, Michelle Houtz, John Hurd, Marie Landis, Andy Murphy, Jen 
Leone, Becky Blessing; Row 4: Chaplain Smith, Aaron Johnson, Mark Dimick, Ted Jones, Doug Pike, Steve Carpenter, Chris Small, Rob Barclay, Becky 
Snvder, Susan Duff 




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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




Row 1; Kelly Green, Andy Hosteller, Andrew Hildebrand, Bill Guntrum, Bonnie MacCulloch, Michelle Klinsky; Row 2; Scott Grumling, Stacy Gilbert, Erin 
McHenry, Diann Lenker, Patty Fleetwood, Katherine Henry; Row 3: Tawni Niklaus, Amy Hutton, Alison Rutter, Brandon Weston, Frank Herman, Jef Betz, 
Dr. Scott, Troy Neidermeyer 




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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 




Row r. Greta Yoaim, Amy Clewell, Sally Fegan, Zoanna Payne, Bonnie MacCulloch, Lori Nyce, Deb Gray, Nancy Herman; Row 2: April Homing, Kristen 
Webster, Lesley Lauderrrdlch, Brendalyn Krysiak, Beth Moyer, Christy Milliken, Holly Hendrix 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Regina Reed 
Jennifer Willet 
Kyni Hackworth 
Cheryl Richards 
Ronda Weller 
Lynn Schwalm 
Teresa Scianna 



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Pledge Class of 1991: 



Dr. Mark Mecham 

Mark Dimmick 

David Aulenbach 

Dr. Pierce Getz (Honorary) 




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PSI CHI 




Row 1; Joan Landis, Vice President; Rachel Grella, President; Kathy Luckenbill, Bonnie MacCulloch; Row 2: Sheryl Drake, Kenneth Jones, Dr. Steven Specht; 
Not Pictured: Laura Berezin, Lynn Smith, Secretary; Ray Kargo, Treasurer; Dr. Jan Pedersen 




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BETA BETA BETA 




Row 1: Gloria Dyer, Shen'l Drake, Tammy O'roark, Blaine Connor, Bill Guntrum, Cad Fortna, Kathy Guindon, Kristen Curran; Row 2; Dr. Pollack, Dina 
Litzenberger, James Stock, Chris Esh, Ken Jones, Joe Alia, Tricia Haeusler, Tom Giovinazzo, Daniel Bruno, Adam Hosteller, Colleen Lebo, Kelly Snvder; Row 
3; John Perozich, Pete Fodor, Ridge Salter 




Pledge Class of 1991: 



Melissa Atkins 
Khristian Snyder 
Dennis Martin 
Nikki Bradford 
Suzanne Rajkovac 
Marianne Boltz 
Rus Himeisen 
Tamara Strike 
Amy Bonser 
Roy Williams 
Lori Folk 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA 




Row 1: Michelle May, Katherine Henry, Amy Earhart; Row 2: Patty Fleetwood, John Bowerman, Joanne Grajewski; Not Pictured; Tammy Knerr 




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GREEK WEEK 1991 




Week Of April 14th — 



Alpha Phi Omega 


2.5 pts 


Gamma Sigma Sigma 


100 pts 


Phi Lambda Sigma 


70 pts 


Kappa Lambda Sigma 


5 pts 


Kappa Lambda Nu 


115 pts 


Delta Lambda Sigma 


95 pts 


Knights of the Valley 


100 pts 


Tau Kappa Epsilon 


122.5 pts 



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COLOPHON 



The Quittapahilla Staff would like to thank: 

-Ed Patrick Jr. (and Peggy, Jennifer, and Steven) 

for being so supportive, understanding, and taking care of our 

unwanted mail. We'll miss you! 



-Taylor Publishing Company 

for their patience and cooperation. 

-Mark Huff and Davor Photography Company 

for sticking with us through a hectic first year and thanks for sending 

our packages to the right school. 

-The photographers at Davor 

for all of your help and photo contributions to the 1990-91 Quit- 
tapahilla. 

-LVC Student Council 

for their financial and moral support. 

-Alice and the College Center Staff 

for answering all of our questions and taking care of things when we 

weren't able to. 



-Jane Paluda 

A special thanks to our advisor. We hope you enjoyed this year. 

Welcome to the wonderful world of yearbook. 

A SUPER SPECIAL THANKS to Joan Landis and Andy Wangman. 
This book would not exist without you! Good luck in everything you 
do. We'll miss you! 



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