Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation http://www.archive.org/details/quittapahilla1994leba .v. kM: } % MMU Mil i QUITTAPAHILLA Lebanon Valley College Annville, Pennsylvania 17003 Volume 79 During the marching band's halftime field show, sophomore Deric Wertz and junior Pete Bauer entertain the football fans with a duet. Nervously awaiting opening night, Cynthia Lerch and Rachel Merritt watch one of the final rehearsals of the fall play. *iltiiW^W^''y i itiiPntitti>ii'^^'' ::; ^ IT ^ AJ " f "'''''*' " w ^^^^^^v*V ■ N *r* ■■■<** ** r - ** : «■ i Ml i- 1 ■ ■ 3 3 fr- it* ■ >; ■ ■■ l— — ... "r-" T ~ - ■——-J- — _, Anxious to get back to studying, Patty Shade and Karen Henry return to Silver Hall. §f*.^» ,#;<*% \ * £wr- i , jJ ,_ »^ i < An attentive crowd of football specta- tors gathers on a Saturday afternoon in the fall to cheer the Dutchmen on to victory. Tired from shoveling snow after one of the many winter storms, Jana Hurst takes a rest to look at what she has accomplished. Lisa Hollowbush, Debra Popper, and Col- lette Drumheller sit at the end of a Silver lullu.u Big smiles for a big win in Buffalo, where the basketball team captured the National Championship. Jason Henery draws with chalk on the side- walk during Spring Arts Weekend. Jenna Mitchell turns to say hello as she studies in Silver's lounge. STUDENT LIFE . v ■ m ■ ill f - Campus during its most festive activity. Spring Arts Weekend. Sumo Wrestling in front of Vickrov Hall was a popular event on campus. AMAZING MAIZE MAZE FAMILY WEEKEND The Amazing Maize Maze and Family Weekend were two of the highlights of campus activities in the fall. The Maze raised thousands of dollars for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Family Week- end, an annual event, gave students an opportunity to show off the campus. m Coach Pat Flannery welcomes parents to LVC in the College Center. A sign to greet the visiting parents is hung in the lobby of Silver. rJ 10 , coU^- Maize MA« 1 1 Excitement is in the air as the cheerleaders hold the Homecoming banner the football team will soon charge through. Ready to send the Greyhounds to defeat, the team runs onto the field during pre- game ceremonies. The LVC Marching Band is joined by alumni in playing the National Anthem. if^^i^fjr ..-- ..:-.. 12 HOMECOMING Homecoming was a busy weekend on the campus of Lebanon Valley College. In addition to the usual schedule of events, the Amazing Maize Maze was part of the festivities. Many alumni returned to visit their alma mater and to participate in activities including playing with the marching band, and attending various athletic events. One of the highlights of the day was the football game. The Dutchmen defeated the Moravian Greyhounds by a score of 15 to 13. During halftime of the football game, spectators waited anxiously to find out who would be the 1993 Homecoming King and Queen. The honors went to Catherine Crissman and Rodney Kovach. Saturday evening, students and alumni were entertained by Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. A good time was had by all. The candidates for Homecoming Queen await the announcement of the winner. Catherine Crissman won the title. Just outside the maze, campus groups set up food stands for the Homecoming visitors. 13 Theater and Christmas at the Valley The Wig and Buckle Society, LVC's drama organization keeps busy throughout the year. Many students on campus are actively involved in this group. The fall play was entitled, "The Night of Jan. 16". "View From the Bridge" was the mid-year production, and Godspell was the spring musical. Christmas at the Valley is an annual event. The evening included performances by the Concert and Chamber Choirs and short presen- tations by several International students. After the concert, the audience exited the chapel to find a live nativity scene. The participants in the nativity are members of the Christian organizations on campus. Doug Pike hangs ornaments on the Christmas tree in the Chapel. Members of the Christian organizations participate in the live nativity scene. 11 Troy Neidermyer presents his case in the fall play. "Let's do it one more time," says Rachel Merritt, director of the fall play. - m 15 At the Philo Cheesesteak stand, Josh How- ard and Simone Attieh prepare the food. Jeff Reazor turns the sausage on the grill at the TKE Spring Arts stand. I§§t \ utr "'- ' l~-— Mini $< * mV^mm ■yts u ^*#i 1 J_ J'- *■■ '■ I 1 Part of the weekend's entertainment, the Ed Brignole plays the guitar during Sat- LVC Jazz Band wows the crowd on Sat- urday morning's band competition, urday afternoon. If. SPRING ARTS Alumni Weekend Spring Arts/ Alumni Weekend was an outstanding event during the spring semester. Saturday morning's activities included an assortment of bands playing in back of the chapel, drama readings, and plenty of shopping at the craft tables. There was also a wide variety of food available, thanks to the many campus clubs and organizations that set up stands. In addition, there were a number of musical groups on campus playing in front of the College Center, as well as a juried art show inside. / Josiah Novack volunteers at a table in the middle of the food area. Visitors and students walk through the decorated social quad. 17 SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL Madame Stopkie looks on as Jen Fields and Susan Cohen make crepes for the French Club. L9 Lauretta Farmar and Rob Gale pose out- President John Synodinos greets those in side Garber Science Center. attendance at the 1994 graduation cere- mony. 20 ?t. 'i 21 GRADUATION A graduate shows her appreciation for her parents. Tricia Livingood says goodbye to Amy Jo Rushanan 22 The senior class is addressed by their pres- ident, Catherine Crissman. Dori Fleischer receives her c President Synodinos. iploma from ™ V r » ^ * Ira 3c BEto4^" B"'' OT B^ ^ David Fromholt and Susan Bugash chat Faculty and honored guests rise as the seni- with Lynn Sosnoskie after the ceremony. ors process. 23 24 SENIORS Tara Reichert and Becky Brown are The Commencement Address is given by :hrilled the ceremony is over. journalist, Georgie Anne Geyer. President Synodinos gives Matt Frank his diploma. The hat says it al' 25 Tara McDonough snaps a picture of Derek Kirk Seesholtz poses for a picture with his Kohlhaas and his family mother. 26 Jenny Reeder and Jennie Bullock exit the tent. Becky Blessing talks with a family mem- ber after the ceremony. Kristine Kuhn and Patti Landolfi sing the LVC Alma Mater. 27 Matthew D. Barr Chemistry Nicholas O. Berezich Biology Ellsworth E. Bergan Business Management P) Si ^ ^k ■._: t.' i Christy L. Berry Elementary Education Spanish Lauretta Biandoma-Farmar Sociology Tamela I. Bieber Psychology Jonathan J. Black Sound Recording Technology Rebecca M. Blessing German/English Secondary Education Michele Lynne Bottomley History W Jennifer I. Bower Psychobiology Rebecca M. Brown French English Literature Susan E. Bugash Biology Jennifer M. Bullock English Jason L. Burgess Biology Kelly A. Burke Psychology Christopher L. Chandler Elementary Education Elizabeth O. Chow Mathematics Craig C. Connelly History 29 Cathy E. Connors Spanish Catherine E. Crissman Political Science Wembi R. Dimandja Political Science Mario A. DiSaverio Biology Daniel O. Donmoyer Philosophy Sociology Susan Lynn Duff Psychology Sociology Randy Joseph Durbin Elementary Education Elizabeth A. Earp Elementary Education Denise E. Emery Psychobiology Psychology 30 Jennifer L. Emery Psychobiology Andrea L. Eppley Individualized Major Heather A. Fennell Elementary Education Melissa A. Fleegal Biology Matthew B. Frank Accounting David B. Fromholt Biology Secondary Education Amy L. Fuelleborn Rania Gaitanis David V. Gartner Biology Biology Chemistry Secondary Education 31 ,<**■■ 1 §1 •f^f" : ) ^ '*V' r ■L «g«B» 1 ■# ^1 Geoffrey W. Gerow Actuarial Science Economics Jonathan M. Grella Accounting Business Management Daniel E. Gunsallus Accounting Christine M. Harner Chemistry John A. Harper Business Management Amy L. Hilbert Psychology Jill M. Hulet Management Michael D. Hummel Psychology Thomas J. Kennedy English Communications 32 Joel D. Kise Biology Pre-Med Kristofer E. Kohler Sociology Derek C. Kohlhaas Management Kristine R. Kuhn Mathematics Secondary Education Shawn M. Lee Chemistry Scott M. Kuren Psychology April E. Lehman Mathematics Secondary Education Patricia Maria LandolH Elementary Education Shay Ann Lentz Accounting Management 33 David A. Lindenberg Biochemistry Jamison W. Lindsey Actuarial Science Tricia O. Livingood Elementary Education Julianne Machita Psychology Nathan G. Mains Political Science Joanne T. Marx Hotel Management Joseph R. Meece Management Michael S. Morrison Management Karen L. Moyer Individualized Major 34 ^J ) Eric Robert Mushrush English Secondary Education Barbara L. Nasife Elementary Education Jaimie Elizabeth Nauman Physics Troy A. Neidermyer Bradley D. Newcomer Sarah K. O'Sullivan Political Science Biochemistry Chemistry German Philosophy Chad M. Ott Kim M. Potocny Regina L. Reed tuarial Science Sacred Music Elementary Education Economics 35 Jennifer S. Reeder Elementary Education Tara L. Reichert Mathematics Secondary Education Kriss D. Riley Psychology Sociology Kelly S. Russell Accounting Management Kristin A. Sagun Psychology Heidi L. Schweers Mathematics Robert J. Schwenk Business Management Teresa M. Scianna Psychology Christine J. Seibert English Communications 36 Tina M. Seitz English Communications Brady A. Smith Chemistry Shelly A. Smith Elementary Education Sheri Lynn Smith Biology Donna M. Smoyer Psychobiology Lynn M. Sosnoskie Biology Gregory A. Spittle Political Science Matthew J. St. Georges Management Economics Keith A. Stambaugh History Secondary Education M Peter A. Stavenick English Communications Darren M. Stroh Business Management Timothy K. Sweigart Accounting Management David A. Vakili Philosophy German Christine Walther International Business Nichole L. Weikel Biochemistry Heather Weitzel Psychology Ronda L. Weller Elementary Education Jennifer A. Willet Psychology 38 Jamie C. Wilson English Secondary Education Gerald M. Wimmer Management Kathy L. Wolfe Actuarial Science Christine B. Wright Accounting Management 2s.> Jodie S. Yamshak Spanish Bethany A. Yohe Elementary Education Psychology Steve Zeiber Business Management 39 SENIOR DIRECTORY Matthew D. Barr 484 Cleona Blvd. Cleona, PA 17042 Nicholas D. Berezich 301 Brunswick Ln. Palmyra, PA 17078 Ellsworth E. Bergan 13203 Greenmount Ave. Beltsville, MD 20705 Christy L. Berry 5215ClaridgeCt. Fairfax, VA 22032 Lauretta Biandoma- Farmar 402 Mill Grove Dr. Audubon, PA 19403 Tamela I. Bieber RD#2 Box 58A Sunbury, PA 17801 Jonathan J. Black 211 W. Pine St. Selinsgrove, PA 17870 Rebecca M. Blessing 545 Chapel Church Rd. Red Lion, PA 17356 Michele L. Bottomley 475 Las Coches Ct. Morgan Hill, CA 95037 Jennifer L. Bower 105 Blessing Dr. Watsontown, PA 17777 Rebecca M. Brown RD7Box415 Boyertown, PA 19512 Susan E. Bugash 124 Franklin St. Red Lion, PA 17356 Jennifer M. Bullock RR2 Box 364 Mehoopany, PA 18629 Jason L. Burgess RD#4 Box 4093 Pottsville, PA 17901 Kelly A. Burke 1 9 Spring Garden St. Crnaford, NJ 07016 Christopher L. Chandler 299 Cherryville Rd. Northampton, PA 18067 Elizabeth O. Chow 104 Colebrook Rd. Palmyra, PA 17078 Craig C. Connelly Box 112 Beechwood Ave. Marlin, PA 17951 Cathy E. Connors 1959 W. Market St. Pottsville, PA 17901 Catherine E. Crissman 4478 Nantucket Rd. Harrisburg, PA 171 IS Wembi R. Dimandja Lebanon Valley Collej Mario A. Disaverio 648 S. 14th St. Catasauqua, PA 1803! Daniel O. Donmoyer 43 Chestnut St. Lebanon, PA 17042 Susan L. Duff 119 Catawissa Ave. Sunbury, Pa 17801 Randy J. Durbin POBox 106 Biglerville, PA 17307 Elizabeth A. Earp 100 Vine St. Lebanon, PA 17042 40 Denise E. Emery 201 Rosehill Ave. Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 Jennifer L. Emery Box 186 Richwood, NJ 08074 Andrea L. Eppley 509 Rutledge Ave. Lancaster, PA 17601 Heather A. Fennell 902 Winchester Dr. Westminster, MD 21157 Melissa A. Fleegal 866 Shawnee Dr. Harrisburg, PA 17112 Matthew B. Frank 6337 Evelyn St. Harrisburg, PA 17111 David S. Fromholt 1161 Ringsley Rd. Camp Hill, PA 17011 Amy L. Fuelleborn 7700 Matthias St. Philadelphia, PA 19128 Rania Gaitanis 3230 Cloverfield Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17109 David V. Gartner 922 Green St. Perkagoe, PA 18944 Geoffrey W. Gerow 323 N. High St. Duncannon, PA 17020 Jonathan M. Grella 1007 ClearviewDr. Middletown, PA 17057 Daniel E. Gonsallus 1 244 Erikson Dr. Johnstown, PA 15904 Christine M. Harner 6 E. Centre St. Dallastown, PA 17981 John A. Harper 14 Midland Ct. Middletown, PA 17057 Amy L. Hilbert 721 Rhoads Ave. Boyertown, PA 19512 Jill M. Hulet 318 Ridge Rd. Annville, PA 17003 Michael D. Hummel 26 Schmecks Ln. Temple, PA 19560 Thomas J. Kennedy 6341 Pennsboro Dr. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Joel D. Kise 27 N. 7th St. Columbia, PA 17512 Kristofer E. Kohler 311 West ENd Ave. N. Plainfield, NJ 07060 Derek C. Kohlhaas 221 W. Middlesex Dr. Carlisle, PA 17013 Kristine R. Kuhn 9284 Possum Hollow Rd. Shippensburg, PA 17257 Scott M. Kuren 34 Vine St. Highspire, PA 17034 Patricia M. Landolfi 1309 University Dr. Yardley, PA 19067 Shawn M. Lee 311 W. Queen St. Apt.B Annville, PA 17003 April E. Lehman 21419 LeiterSt. Hagerstown, MD 21724 Shay A. Lentz 2030 W. Phila. St. York, PA 17404 41 David A. Lindenberg 124 WoodridgeDr. Harrisburg, PA 17110 Jamison W. Lindsey 916 Cardinal Dr. Harrisburg, PA 17111 Tricia A. Livingood 1386 Lindsay Ln. Meadowbrook, PA 18046 Julianne Machita RD4 Box 4183 Pottsville, PA 17901 Nathan G. Mains 1242 Bridge St. Honesdale, PA 18431 Joanne T. Marx 30 Bridle Way Sparta, NJ 07871 Joseph R. Meece 3511 Union Deposit Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17109 Michael S. Morrison 138 Ryan Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15220 Karen L. Moyer 733 Orchard Rd. Manheim, PA 17545 Eric R. Mushrush 329 S. 10th St. Quakertown, PA 18951 Barbara L. Nasife 1322 Lansdale Ave. Lansdale, PA 19446 Jamie E. Nauman 38 Hawthorne Circle Willow Street, PA 17584 Troy A. Neidermyer 226 E. Locust St. Lebanon, PA 17042 Bradley D. Newcomer 2265 Hillcrest Rd. Quakertown, PA 18951 Sarah K. O' Sullivan 38 Meadow Ln. Kutztown, PA 19530 Chad M. Ott RD3 Box 585 Palmyra, PA 17078 Kim M. Potocny 107 E. Poplar St. Lebanon, PA 17042 Regina L. Reed 10 Eagle Dr. PO Box 186 Lamp, PA 17537 Jennifer S. Reeder RD4 Box 86A Bedford, PA 15522 Tara L. Reichert RD#2 Box 457 Pine Grove, PA 17963 Kriss D. Riley 7737 Pickering Ave. Plula, PA 19150 Kelly S. Russell PO Bos 27 Jonestown, PA 17038 Kristin A. Sagun 1002 Tom Paine Dr. Lancaster, PA 17603 Heidi L. Schweers 23 Tewesbury Dr. WyoHills, Pa 19610 Robert J. Schwenk 15 W. 35th St Reading, PA 19606 Teresa M. Scianna 2528 Berkley Rd. Reading, PA 19605 Christine J. Seibert 208 Cornwall Dr. Chalfont, PA 18914 Tina M. Seitz 328 S. Wilson St. Cleona, PA 17042 42 Brady A. Smith 1 Park St. Jacobus, PA 17407 Shelly A. Smith 83 S. Sentry Dr. Bridgeton, NJ 08302 Sheri L. Smith 130 Country Ln. iPottstown, PA 19464 onna M. Smoyer 510 Trenton Rd. Langhorne, PA 19047 L ynn M. Sosnoskie 233 W. Chestnut St. Shamokin, Pa 17872 Gregory A. Spittle |146 W. Chestnut St. Jonestown, PA 17038 Matthew J. St. Georges 123 Margaret Dr. Broad Brook, CT. 106016 ^eith A. Stambaugh (1781 HilltownRd. [Biglerville, PA 17307 [Peter A. Stavenick |l 130 Boulevard Westfield, NJ 07090 Daren M. Stroh 6 North Creek Mills Landenberg, PA 19350 Timothy K. Sweigart 71 West Main St. Adamstown, PA 19501 David A. Vakili 104 WaldenRd. Lebanon, PA 17042 Christine Walther 29 River Rd. Rhinebeck, NY 12572 Nichole L. Weikel 1808 Market St. Lewisburg, PA 17837 Heather Weitzel PO Box 3005 Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 Ronda L. Weller 8200 Newburg Rd. Newburg, PA 17240 Jennifer A. Willet RR4Box4166C Stroudsburg, PA 18360 Jamie C. Wilson 311 East Main St. Mount Joy, PA 17552 Gerald M. Willmer 425 W. Oak St. Palmyra, PA 17078 Kathy L. Wolfe 531 Green St. N. Catasauqua, Pa 18032 Christine B. Wright 2 Janer Dr. Plainview, NY 11803 Jodie S. Yamshak 87-C Valley Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601 Bethany A. Yohe 440 Chimney Rock Rd. York, PA 17406 Steve Zeiber 902 Las Vegas Dr. Temple, PA 19560 43 14 RESIDENCE HALLS Hanging out around the dorms. Jeth Schlundt and Lori Sheetz decorate their dorm for Home- :oming. 45 "'.ff3i> '*" Lori Sheetz and Mike Moore take in a soccer game on a fall afternoon. Jennifer Brimmer returns to her room after a shopping trip. 16 Kim Kilian and Jay Campbell are working hard at the College Center Desk. A group of students gather in the social quad to watch Sumo Wrestling. ■17 DORMS Lebanon Valley College students always seem to be busy. We did manage to catch a few people while they wen hanging around their dorm rooms. Here is a sample of the dorms on campus. NORTH COLLEGE 48 KEISTER-2nd FLOOR I ■ VICKROY-2nd FLOOR 49 VICKROY-lst FLOOR FUNKHOUSER WEST- BASEMENT 50 FUNKHOUSER WEST-lst FUNKHOUSER WEST-2nd m O s 5 1 SILVER- 1st FLOOR SILVER-2nd FLOOR 52 SILVER-3rd FLOOR 53 54 ORGANIZATIONS .\w;iwi wsamum JJgJJS £gUtrd<t#. "" Drum Major A] Homicz commands attention from the band. Angie Shuler, Jennie Bullock, and Charles Ulrich help the Alumni Association during Spring Arts Weekend. 55 Student Council Row 1: Howie Spangler, Rebecca Ragno, Nancy Seidel, Melissa Rivera. Row 2: Ben Ruby, Catherine Crissman, Alissa Mowrer, Patti Landolpli Kelly Burke, Jill Schreiber, Shay Lentz. Row 3: Jason Henery, Roni Russell, Barrie Stoudt, Bridget Lohr, Eileen Rossman, Jen Evans. SPSEA Row 1: Dr. Atkinson, Michele Davis, Jennifer Lightner, Christine Beecher, Bethany Yohe, Ronda Weller, Michele Dixon. Row 2: Ju Schirmer, Nancy Seidel, Meredith Shaffer, Lisa Geschwindt, Shannon Weller, Sarah Metallo, Robyn Welker. Row 3: Celia Billman, Heath Marston, Mary Moffett, Janice Bayer, Jen Walls, Shelly Levan, Patty Shade, Christina Andrews. Row 4: Rebecca Blessing, Darlene Murdauj Chris Chandler, Dan Tucci, Stacey Miller. 56 Black Culture Club x > ( > Row 1: Cornell Wilson Row 2: Lauretta Farmer, Charlotte Deane, Howard Griffith Row 3: Kevin Tavolaro, Renu Singhal, Rich Pearson, Dave Newell International Business Club Row 1: Jodie Yamshak, Christine Walther Row 2: Nicole Adams, Barb Jankow ski, Hollv Landis 57 Spanish Club Row 1: Tony Nyugen, Jodie Yamshak Row 2: Hollv Landis, Shelly Levan, Jen Bryan German Club ■*.. Row 1: Mickey Tallent Row 2: Konrad Gut, Christine Walther, Rebecca Blessing, Troy Neidermyer Row 3: Dave Vakili, Angie Harnish, Leonie Hambourg, Kris Kelly 58 Delta Tau Chi Row 1: Andrea Hendricks.Christa Neil, Karen Henry, Doug Pike, Ryan Shenk. Row 2: Amy Zehner, Christine Watts, Steph Deppen, Cathy- Connors, Sue Duff. Row 3: Trent Snider, Matt Dickinson, Lisa Hollowbush, Mark Moseng. Project Row 1: Allyson Schneider, Kyle Roth, Lisa Hollowbush, Mike Moore. Row 2: 59 Council of Religious Organizations Cynthia Lerch, Sue Duff, Mike Moore, Kristine Kuhn;Row 2:Steph Deppen, Lisa Hollowbush, Lori Sheetz;Row 3:Heather Dowling, Amy Zehner. Tara Bennecoff;Row4: Andy Sensenig, Angie Harnish, Cathy Connors, Jennie Bullock;Row 5:Doug Pike, Father Peregrin, Chaplain Woomer He Is Savior Karen Henry, Kyle Roth, Lori Sheetz, Andy Sensenig; Row 2: Jonathan Black, Steve Jenks, Matt Dickinson, Tara Bennecoff, Steve Croyle Steve Eichoff 60 Rainbow Troupe Steve Carpenter; Row 2: Jennifer Mellott. Amy Zehner, Kristine Kuhn, Tara Fickert; Row 3: Paul Butz, Chris Everett Sigma Tau Delta Rebecca Brown, Jeff Drummond; Row 2: Rebecca Blessing, Jamie Wilson, Angie Shuler 61 Biology Club Gina Hollinger, Beth Berkheimer, Spencer Dech;Row 2: Dave Lindenberg, Lynn Sosnoskie, Jen Bower, Rania Gaitanis, Danielle Vernet Melissa Fleegal, Karen Dick; Row 3: Dan Never, Joel Kise, Brad Newcomer Phi Beta Lambda Doug Pike; Row 2: Brian Hughes, Renee Concodora, Suzy Enterline, Barb Jankowski, Joanne Marx, Jill Hulet; Row 3: Kris Kelley, Holly Landi 62 Psychology Club Kathy Yost, Catherine Kollet, Teresa Scianna; Row 2: Kelly Reese, Kristine McCommons, Rachael Shattuck, Jennifer Willet Math Club S.Bambrick, T.Reichert, Dr.Hearsey, C.Johns; Row 2: R. Miller, M. Howard, G. Acornley, D. Kraft, K. Wolfe, B. Stover, S. Henke J Novack C. Johns, M. Flamisch; Row 3: E. Anderson, A. Shatto, E. Huyett, A. Simms, M. Hoke, R. Diehl 63 Class of 1994 Officers Kathy Wolfe, Cayenne Crissman, Tom Kennedy, Shay Lentz Class of 1996 Officers Jill Schreiber, Ben Ruby, Tara McDonough, Rebecca Ragno fil Alpha Psi Omega Troy Neidermyer; Row 2: George Hollich, John Black; Row 3: Melissa Swank, Stephanie Allen, Rachel Merritt Chemistry Club D. Neyer, J. Heffner, D. Porter, B. Geasey; Row 2: J. Mitchell, C. Harner, M. Peachey; Row 3: J. Bair, J. Raber, D. Lehman, A. Grim, L. Westerhoff, T. Snider 65 (if) GREEKS Tara McDonough and Kelly Bechtel, of Clio, prepare their fruit drinks TKE brother Jason McKinlev cuts up peppers for sausages. 67 Sigma Alpha Iota Kim Katcavage and Deb Bullock sell helium balloons at the SAI table at the Maze. Alpha Sigma Tau Also at the Maze fair, Jenn Fields, Dori Fleischer, and Charlotte Deane sell hot chocolate for AST. 68 Gamma Sigma Sigma K. Fisher, B. Loeb, S. Helmuth; Row 2: J. Yamshak, J. Wilson, S. Smith, L. Sosnoskie, J. Toft, M. Howard. S. Kowalczyk, R. Deutsch, H. Carl, T. Bieber, S. Shick; Row 3: C. Berry, C. Wehbe, B. Aitken, M. Naglic, B. Schlundt, R. Shattuck, A. Lehman, P. Pedrick Phi Lambda Sigma Josh Howard, Simone, Attieh, and Randy Durbin work at the ever popular Philo cheesesteak stand during the Spring Arts Festival. 69 Kappa Sigma Kappa Members of the Knights organize the obstacle course, a Greek Week activity. Alpha Phi Omega Dave Gartner shows off the pretzels that APO is selling. 70 Kappa Lambda Sigma Chad Miller sells cotton candv at the Kalo table. Tau Kappa Epsilon TKE sausages are always a favorite. Here they are being sold at the Homecoming fair outside the Amazing Maze Maize. 71 72 SPORTS Victory! Men's Basketball team wins National Title in Buffalo. The Dutchmen poses with Angie Harnish. During halftime, the Marching Band takes the field. 7:^ Coack Mark Evans gives instructions to the offensive team. 74 FOOTBALL (5-5) Quarterback, Kirk Seesholtz throws a pass during the Homecoming game against Moravian. Serafim Houliaris attempts to sack the quarterback. 73 The cheerleaders entertain the crowd as they toss Susan Delgado into the air at a football game. The Dutchmen tackle at the fifteen yard line. 76 The team lines up as the starters are introduced. 77 # The Lady Dutchmen attempt to score a goal, as Coach Kathy Tierney looks on. Jodie Smith alludes the defender as she hits the ball downfield. 78 v 2j 4 FIELD HOCKEY (13-5) NCAA Regional Championship Game After a victory, Gina Hollingcr and Joda Glossner talk to friends. 79 Senior, Shay Lentz thanks her coach, Wayne Per- ry- The women listen intently between sets. ISS4 MAC. WEST BASKETBAU CHAMPS 80 VOLLEYBALL (22-10) MAC Playoffs Bridget Lohr powerfully hits the ball over the net. 81 Mario DiSaverio fights for control of the ball. The team huddles around the coach to discuss strategy during a time-out. 82 SOCCER Jo*'-S*&S J*»fc ** mmm Greg Glembocki makes his way up the field. The bench and the fans anxiously watch the game. 83 National Champs! Men's Basketball National Champions. The 1994 Men's Basketball team of Lebanon Valley College is the NCAA Division III National Champion. This is the first time in the school's history that any team has won a national title. The team's season came to a fantastic conclusion at Buffalo State College, in Buffalo, New York during the weekend of March 18 and 19. On Friday evening, the Dutchmen defeated Wittenberg College in overtime. The team then moved on to play New York University in the championship game Saturday night. They pulled out the victory, again in overtime, and earned the national title. The team's success can be attributed to many factors. One of these is the leadership of co-captains, junior Mike Rhoades and senior John Harper, who were both named to the all-tournament team. Rhoades was named an Ail- American this year, as well as co-most valuable player of the tournament. Harper contributed 17 points against Wittenberg and a total of 24 points in the entire tournament. The efforts of the other seniors, Steve Zeiber and Scott Stephenson also helped the team to victory. In addition to the players' contributions, the team's consistent emphasis on TEAM and WE helped the players focus on themselves collectively and not individually, so that they could bring the National Championship title back to LVC. Head coach Pat Flannery, in his fifth season with the Dutchmen, coached the team on to victory with his insight and constantly gave them encouragement. The Dutchmen's success is also attributed to the support from fans that followed them through the season and on to Buffalo. Congratulations to both the players and the coaches on your National Cham- pionship. 84 # Junior All-American guard, Mike Rhoades goes for a lay-up. Mark Hofsass and Keith Adams jog onto the court for pre-game warm-ups. 85 MEN'S BASKETBALL The coaches and the rest of the bench watch the championship game with inten- sity. Senior John Harper sets for his jump shot. Chaos on the court as the fans rush to congratulate the team on their victory. Jason Sav has the open shot during the NYU game. 87 MEN'S BASKETBALL An excited team gives a yell to let everyone n know who is Number One. Pat Flannery and the reserves clap for the starters as they are introduced. >'^ p 5^ij 88 Senior. Steve Zeiber goes for a three-pointer against Wittenberg. Angie Harnish and the Dutchman support the team at a home game. 89 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Tricia Livingood runs down court to get the pass from her teammate. After the shot, the team gets ready to make an offensive rebound. 90 WRESTLING Chad Lutz prepares to pin his opponent. 91 CROSS COUNTRY INDOOR TRACK OUTDOOR TRACK The Outdoor Track and Field Team poses for a picture before they get hard to work in practice. 92 Debra Popper and Melissa Anderson each compete in their events. The Men's team hustles around the track during an indoor event. 93 SWIMMING Bob Twining swims the freestyle. Diving from the blocks, the swimmers begin the race. 91 BASEBALL ■nmi ivpHpv Pitcher Trevor Ritter gets the sign from the catcher. After a hit, Scott Kuren runs down the line to first. 95 An LVC swimmer keeps up the pace. Debra Popper prepares to take the lead. 96 The cheerleaders try to get the crowd involved. Members of the baseball team observe the Sumo Wrestling in the quad. Jason Zitter attempts to sink a foul shot during a home game 97 Parent Messages Dear Sheri, Well you've finally made it! Congratulations! Here's wishing you much love, success and happiness in the future, Love Mom, Karen, and Lisa. Heather enjoy your next two years and keep up the good work. Love Mom, Dad, Kim, Scot, and Andy. Congratulations Lawrence! You have accomplished a lot and had a good year, only two more to go. Love Mom and Dad. Dear Amy Fuelleborn, Congratulation! Happiness, success, joy, and satisfaction in allyou do. Love, Mom, Dad, and Andrew. Kelly, I hope your hard work gives you a lifetime of success, you deserve the best, Love Mom Jonathan; "Gift of God" ... so true and at this time of new beginnings . . . much love son, always. Mom and Dad. Dear Shay, We are very proud that you made it, love Mom and Dad!!! Brady, we have always been proud to say, "that's our son!!" Congratulations on your graduation. Love always, Mom and Dad. Dear Tina- you have completed 2 years at LVC; now it is on to TJU for 3 more. May God Bless you with happiness and Success! Love, Mom and Dad Jason, Congratulations on a super year in b- ball! Keep up the good work. Love, Mom, Dad, Eric, Tiz, and Mist. Becky, Keep up the good work — good luck- Love Mom and Dad. Dear Tom, congratulations for a job well done — we all love you. Mom, Mudder, Pat, Brennan and Erin. We are all very proud of you Kris, from your family (Kebotoo!) 98 Steven, Believe in yourself and you can conquer anything . . . love Mom and Dad Dear Gary, Love always, Mom and Dad Dear Nick, We're very proud of you. Good luck with Medical school, love Mom and Dad. Ellsworth: "You never gave in, never gave in never gave in! Never. Never. Never. Love anc Congratulations, from (Winston Churchill and) Mom, Dad, Jocelyn, Travis, Matt, Gorby and Waddle. Christina - We're very proud of you! Love Mom and Dad. Wendy Jo from Kokomo, Remember, "Dreams are free, work makes them reality" Dear Jamie, We are prouder of you than you; will ever know. The future is yours. Love Mom and Dad. Dear Jen Byers, One down! Three to go! You did a great job! Enjoy your summer! Love Mom and Dad Congratulation Heidi, Your family is proud of you Love Mom and Dad Keith we are very proud of you. Keep up the great work, love Mom, Robert, Shane, and Sarah Andy, A unique first- the "eventer" a "major" moving right along and we are proud, Love Mom and Dad Dear Patti, Reach for the moon; for if you miss you will still be among the stars! Congratualtions to our mighty little star. We love you, Mom, Dad, Lori, and Cathy. Jonathan, Congratulations, son! You deserve it. We're proud of you. We love you. May God continue to bless you in every way. November 25 is number one to us! Dear Steve, Congratulations on your Divisior Ill Championship and your graduation. We are proud of you Love Mom, Dad, and Tim. Dear Doug, I hope you enjoyed your freshman year. I'm really proud of you! Love Mom. Dear Brian, the countdown begins, Two semesters down and six to go. We love you. Mom and Dad President of the Senior Class and Student Council, Homecoming Queen, NCAA National Champions - you have done so much - this is only the beginning!!! Dear Sue: you did great the first two years, do the same the next two. Proud and with love Mom and Dad Dear Tara, Two down and two more to go. Keep up the good work. Love Mom, Dad, and Craig Jasmine, Aren't you finished yet ... I want my car back, Love Mom, Dad, and Rosemary L. Dear Michelle Bottomley, we are so very proud of you, Mom, Dad, and Grandma Sophia. Congratulations Eric Mushrush! Love Mom and Dad Congratulations for completing your college studies and receiving your degree. We are very proud of you and what you have become. May you enjoy all the success you deserve in life. Carrie, Great Job on your freshman year. Only 3 more to go! Love Mom and Dad Dear Christine, We are very proud of you. does this mean you want your room back? Love Mom, Dad and Eric Dear Nicki, Keep Working Hard- it will all pay off, Love Mom and Dad Dear Bill, Just one more year to go. Keep up the good work. We are proud of you, Love Mom and Dad Joanna, you are an inspiration to all those you touch, Love Mom and Dad Amy, Never stop dreaming and you'll be able to achieve anything you want. We have confidence and faith that you will be a success at whatever you try. Love Always, Mom & Dad Dear Diane J., Dream to touch the stars; live to touch your dreams. Love, Mom & Dad Dear Matthew, We're so very proud of you. May you find happiness and may God watch over you always. All our love, Mom & Dad Jill M. Hulet - We are proud of you. Love, Mom & Dad Dear Kathy, I knew you could do it and I'm very proud of you. Love, MOM Dear Mary, We appreciate your hard work and sent you our best wishes. Love, Mother and Dad Tim, 1 down, 3 to go! F.O.T.O. Tara Mehalick, Hope your year wasn't too tough, you have three more then you pay, Love, Mom and Dad. Mike Rhoades, From Annville to Buffalo, dreams were turned into a lifetime of memories. We're proud. Love, Mom, Dad, Jim, AH Dear Donna, You did a "super" job! Continued success in Grad School. God Bless You. Love Always, Mom & Dad Topher, Shoot for the moon! If you miss, you'll wind up in the stars! We love you! Your fans, Mom, Dad, Teresa & Kurt Dear Tim, Congratulations! We love you! Mom & Dad Dear Scott, One year down & 3 to go. You're doing great. Love, Mom 99 STAFF EDITORS: Melissa Howard Lisa Hollowbush STAFF: Bubba Shaffer, Holly Landis, Michele Malloy, Jenni Palazi, Josiah Novack ADVISOR: Jane Paluda COLOPHON The Lebanon Valley College Quittie was printed and published by Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texa and Malvern, Pennsylvania. We had a copy run of 150 copies and 101 pages. The cover is a Base Green 239 Lexotone Material with copper foil applies. The end sheet is tan parchment. Styles of type used throughout the book are Seville, Seville Bold, and Seville Italic. The book is printed on 80 pound high gloss enamel paper. The Taylor Sales Representative is Ed Patrick, Jr. and the Customer Service Representative in plant is Melod Lundquist. Quittie is produced entirely by a volunteer staff. If you have any questions or concerns please write to: Quittapahilla Lebanon Valley College College Center Box 246 101 North College Avenue Annville, Pennsylvania 17003 100 Their wise and compassionate friend never failed By Paul Harvey, Commentator March 24, 1994 Everv campus should have one. Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa., has had Frank Aftosomes for 45 years. Generations of students knew him as Hot Dog Frank. On the square just a block from campus, the Greek immigrant had his little hot dog shop. Hot Dog Frank loved Lebanon Yallev. Anv basketball season the Flving Dutchmen beat their arch rival, Albright, the hot dogs were on him. Hot Dog Frank. Any Lebanon Valley student needing counsel knew where to go. Or money. "Hot Dog, I can't pav this week, but I sure need something to eat." And Hot Dog Frank never said no. And in 45 years, not one student ever failed to repay. Hot Dog Frank. He was honored at half time at a basketball game last month, was made an honorary alumnus and learned the school planned a life-size statue of him on campus. Frank, with little education but much learning, said his thanks through tears. This year, the big climactic game of the basketball season brought tiny Lebanon Valley, enrollment 950, up against giant New York University, enrollment 49,000, for the national NCAA Division Champioship. The game's in Buffalo. The score has been back and forth, and now with 2.9 seconds remaining, NYU is leading, but Lebanon Valley has the ball. A desperation shot went wide, a following shot was missed-a second rebound was tipped in, but just as the buzzer sounded. NYU fans rushed onto the court, thinking they had won. But the referee said the buzzer came AFTER the ball cleared the basket; the score was good, the game was tied. It was the slow buzzer that sent the game into overtime. And in overtime, tiny Lebanon Valley went on to win over big New York University 66 to 59. Lebanon Valley has never won a national championship before. Hot Dog Frank? He was not there. Nor did he see that climactic game on TV. Just before game time, at the age of 92, Frank Aftosomes had died. But the president and students of Lebanon Valley have no doubt that there were six players playing for the Flying Dutchmen that final game. They are proceeding with the statue on campus with one change. The bronze likeness of Hot Dog Frank will wear a signet ring - the same ring worn by the 1994 NCAA Division Three National Champions - the Flying Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley. For everybody in the Lebanon Valley knows whose finger was on the buzzer Saturday night. 101 102 103 104 1 .