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This is but one pliase of our lives — 
however significant — for it has changed 
the life we used to know 

Carry this book 

so that when you relax 

you may retire within its boundaries 

and live once again the days you loved so well. 

Let this be a collection of memories 
for not only do we have a need to be, 
but we also have a need that was. 

Heres to you, Class of 1978!!! 



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table of 
contents 

President's Message 

Prologue 

Faculty 

Student Life Part I 

Clubs 

Fraternities 

Student Life Part II 

Seniors 

Special Photography 

Sports 

Literary 

Graduation 

Senior Directory 

Epilogue 



page 6 
pages 7-16 
pages 17-27 
pages 28-55 
pages 56-110 
pages 111-127 
pages 128-155 
pages 156-208 
pages 209-215 
pages 216-279 
pages 280-289 
pages 290-297 
pages 298-331 
pages 332-334 



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we dedicate 

the 

1978 

Serpentine to 

©r. Thomas Elliott IBerry. 




It is with much respect and admiration that we dedicate 
the 1978 SERPENTINE to Dr. Thomas Elliott Berry. He 
has been an outstanding member of the English Depart- 
ment for thirty-two years, an accomplished author, a con- 
stant source of inspiration to many students, and a friend 
to all. 

Dr. Berry began his teaching career at West Chester in 
September, 1946. He served as a faculty advisor to the 
Quad Angles from 1950-1968. In 1959, he set up the 
Graduate Program at West Chester and was selected as its 
first Director. He served in this capacity until 1972, and 
then returned to full-time teaching. 

As an author, Dr. Berry has currently written ten books. 
Two of these books: Values in American Culture and 
Journalism In America are used as basic texts at Cam- 
bridge University, England. Journalism In America was 
also chosen as the best book in its category for 1976 by the 
United States Information Agency. 

Dr. Berry is a true source of admiration and knowledge. 
He's an excellent teacher, advisor, and friend. He is a 
unique individual, a seeker of wisdom, and a true scholar. 



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ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 



SCHOOL OF 

)/--'- Arts-::,-. 

r and 

Letters 



ART 
DEPARTMENT 





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Or Perry F. Hoberg 
Chairperson 

I^Mf; Williaiti J. Rarick; : 
BrMr. Thomas G. Reed - v: 
; Mr. (jus V. Sermas 
, , Mrs, Berriice Shapiro 
..;IV|s. Carolyn Simmindinger 
'iiiAVood J. White 



Dr. Dorothy Dee Bailey 
Dr. Thomas E. Berry 
Mr. John Bosworth-Fling 
Ms. Valerie Boylan 
Dr. Michael Brooks 
Mr. Joseph Browne 
Ms. Stella P. Bruton 
Mr. Uel W. Combs 
Dr Thomas J. Corr 
Dr. Joseph Falgie, Jr. 
Mr. Frank Ford , 
D r ; W i II i a m Fo rdy ce 
Dr. William Garrett 
Dr. John L, Gaunt 
Dr. Paul D. Green 
Dr. J. Bernard Haviland 
Dr. Wayne Hayward 
Dr. William H. Henry 
Dr. Claude Hunsberger 
Dr. James Kelleher 
Dr. John Kelly 



Dr. David E. McKenty 
Chairperson 



Dr. John P. Kent 
Dr. A. G. Kershner 
Dr. Alice Markow 
Dr. Dwight L. McCawley 
Dr. Lynette McGrath 
Mr. Robert J. Miller 
Dr. Kostas Myrsiades 
Dr. Bernard Oldsey 
Dr. Willie E. Page 
Mr. Michael A. Peich 
Dr. William Prater 
Mr. Robert D. Rimel 
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith 
Mr. S. Keith Taylor 
Mr. David G. Thurbon 
Dr. John W. Ward 
Dr. Robert H. Weiss 
Dr. Theodora L. West 
Mr. Jack E. Wise 
Dr. Elsie Ziegler 




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speech 

Communications 
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Theatre Department 



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Dr. William Morehouse 
Chairperson 



Dr. Jay H. Berkowitz Dr. Yoko Hashimoto . 

Mr. Robert E. Bytnar Mrs. Carolyn B. Keefe 

Dr. Diane O. Casagrande Dr. Dennis R. Klinzing 

Dr. Carolyn DelPolito Dr. Lauren B. Meiswinkel 

Mrs. Saundra M. Hall Mrs. Jane W. Saddoris 



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Foreign Language 



Speech Pathology 



Chairperson 

Not 

Pictured 



Dr. Lester F. Aungst 
Chairperson 



Mr. Roger J. Brown 

Mr. Ralph A. Eisenst 

Mr. Jorge Escorcia 

Dr. Waller E. Frieman, Jr. 

Dr. Constance S. Garcia-Barrio 

Mr. Dusan Glumac 

Mr. Robert D. Greene 

Dr. Madelyn Gutwirth 

Mrs. Alia Kuhlmann 

Mrs. Marianne Kulaski 

Dr. Ronald P. Lombardi 

Dr. Benjamin Nunez 

Mrs. Amalia Peters 

Dr. Nicholas Racich 

Mrs. Mary-Ann Reiss 

Dr. Alfred D. Roberts 

Mr. John P. Rosso 

Mr. Richard Schneider 

Dr. Philip D. Smith, Jr. 



Mrs. Leila Alson 
Ms. Charlotte Dempsey 
Mr. John Eberhart 
Dr. Rita Griffith 
Ms. Susan Maxwell 
Mr. Frank Peterson 



Dr. Joseph Stigora 
Mrs. Elena Stuart 
Mr. Vincent V. Suppan 
Mrs. Margaret Wood 
Mrs. Edna Young 




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Mr. Ronald L. Gougher 
Chairperson : : 



Philosophy Department 



Dr. George S. Claghorn 
Chairperson 

Mr. Paul Banyacski 

Dr. W. Stephen Croddy 

Dr. Walter J. Hippie 

Dr. Thomas Piatt 

Dr. Stanley Riukas 

Dr. Paul A. Streveler 

Dr. Frederick R. Struckmeyer 

Mr. Edwin L. Williams 




SCHOOL OF 



Social and 

Behavioral 

Sciences 




istory Department 




Dr. Robert E. Carlson 
Chairperson 



. H. James Burgwyn 
Dr, Florence J, Crowley 
Mr. Raymond Doyle 
Dr. Claude R. Foster, Jr. 
Dr. Frank Fo.k 
Dr. Clifford W. Harding 
Dr. Thomas J. Heston 
Dr. Patricia C. Johnson 
Dr. Paul Q'Grady 
Dr. Donn C, Riley 
Dr. Ben Peters 



Dr. Harry G. Schalck 
Dr. Anne D. Sessa 
Mr. Harold E. Shaffer 
Dr. Irene G. Shur 
Dr.: Norbert Soldon 
Dr. Charles H. Stuart 
Dr. Jane B. Swan 
Dr. John J. Turner. Jr. 
Mr. Richard J. Webster 
Dr. Robert Young 



Chairperson 

not 

pictured 



Dr. Jay L. Clark 
Chairperson 



Dr. Bernard B. Cohen 
Dr. Kenneth L. Jackman 
Dr. Walena Morse 
Dr. John Owen 
Dr. Edward Pollak 
Dr. Jack Porter 
Mrs. Patricia Lindslv 



Dr. Louis PorteT 

Mrs. Elizabeth Pottieger ! 

Dr. Harold Rubin 

Dr. Harold Sands \ 

Mr. Robert Shinehouse j 

Dr. Elise Bartholomew 



Business And 
Economics Department 




Mr. Eugene C. Hassler 
C hairperson 



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Dr. Philip M. DeMoss 
Dr. .\. C. Ballas 
Dr. Hung M. Chu 
Mr. Clyde J. Galbraith 
Dr. Andrew W. Green 
Dr. John R. Morgan 
Dr. Ali Naggar 



Dr. Tahany Naggar 
Mr. Nicholas Rilsonis 
Dr. Eugene W. Schooler 
Mr. Carl M. Smith 
Dr. Joseph M. Thorson 
Mrs. Katherine Whitman 



Anthropology Sociology 
And Social Welfare 



Geography And 
Planning Department 




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Mr. Martin Murphy 
Chairperson 

Mrs. Charlotte Bartlett Ms. Mary W. McCullough 

Dr. Marshall J. Becker Mr. Robert B. McCutcheon 

Mr. Jon Cowen Miss Kathleen Neilson 

Dr. Bonita Freeman-Whitthoft Dr. Glenn W. Samuelson 

Dr. Patrick W. Luck Ms. Sonia V. Wingate 

Mr. Andrew Masiuk Dr. Margaret Yeakel 




Dr. Charles Grassel 
Chairperson 



Mr. F. Robert Bielski 
Dr. George Langdon 
Mr. William J. Rampon 



Ms. Arlene C. Rengert 
Dr. John C. Tachovsky 



Government And 
Politics Department 



Criminal Justice 
Department 





Mr. A. Wayne Burton 
Chairperson 

Dr. Thomas J. Brady Dr. Robert J. Marbach 

Mr. William F. Burns Dr. James S. Milne 

Mr. David S. Eldredge Dr. Charles G. Mayo 

Mr. Lawrence V. lacono Dr. John C. Shea 



Dr. Janet C. Seidel 
Chairperson 

Dr. Thomas J. Francella Mr. William B. Anderson 
Mr. Raymond L. Walters Col. Luther R. Barth 



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SCHOOL OF 

_^tt3ary Education 

and 

Professional Studies 

Department 





Reading 



Dr. Kegham Mississyan 
Chairperson 



Dr. Michael F. Bannon 
Dr. Walter E. Buechele 
Dr. Mary E. Cleary 
Dr. Harry Deischner 
Mr. Jack P. Edwards 
Mr. Richard C. Gleockler 
Dr. Charles Good 
Mr. John Ho'ingjak, Jr. 
Pr/YitMing Hsu ;',;:: 

Counselor 
Education 



Dr. Krishna V. Kumar 
Mr. F. William Leeds 
Dr. Robert Means 
Mr. Reynold D. Paganelli 
Dr. Jay Silverman 
Dr. George Thomas 
Mr. Thomas Treadwell 
Dr. Shirley Ann Walters 
Dr. Thomas B. Williams 




Dr. Jane K. Gelfand 
Chairperson 

Dr. Eleanor Christensen 
Dr. Joseph Hall 
Dr. Mary Keetz 
Dr. Bernice Salup 
Dr. Robert Szabo 



Instructional 

Media 



Dr. Richard Weagley 
Chairperson 

Mr. David Redmond 
Mr. Russell Reis 
Mr. Jay P. Steinmetz 
Dr. Joseph Spiecker 



Special 
Education 




Dr. Howard Freeman 
Chairperson 

Ms. Deborah Nickles 
Mrs. Judy Finkel 
Dr. Martin Zlotowski 
Mrs. Lottie Mitchell 




^ Dr. Edward D, Smith 
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■vatin ,, / ; ^ Dr. Julian Swiren 
rylfe:%naJd:GGttshall ^ ;Mr.^ Wiiliam^Rahn 
D;r;:Saul :Greenberg- 

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Elementary 
Education 



Mr. James Brice 
Dr. Nona Chern 
Mr. Ivar Drevland 
Mr. A. Scott Dunlap 
Dr. Edward Gibson 
Dr. Charles Good 
Mr. John H. Grafton 
Ms. Patricia E. Grasty 
Dr. James E. Habecker 
Mrs. Joan Hasselquist 
Mr. Robert W. Herres 



Dr. Philip Hoggard 
Dr. Cornelia Z. Humes 
Dr. John Jacecko 
Dr. Charlotte King 
Dr. Carrie C. Kulp 
Dr. George W. Maxim 
Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan 
Dr. E. Joseph Peta 
Mrs. Ruth B. Petkofsky 
Dr. Carlos R. Ziegler 



Dr. E.Riley Holman 
Chairperson 



Physical Education 
Department 




Dr. Ronald B. Woods 
Chairperson 



Mr. Edward Bitner 
Mr. Dale Bonsall 
Mr. John Bove 
Mr. William Butler 
Ms. Kitty Caldwell 
Ms. Robin Cash 
Mr. Dave Charters 
Mrs. Gwen Cheeseman, 
Ms. Barbara Coates 
Dr. Norman Cochran 
Mr. Milton Collier 
Dr. Joyce Countiss 
Mr. Philip Donley 
Mr. John Furlow 
Mrs. Louise Giunta 
Mr. Joseph Godek 
Mr. Henry Goodwin 
Mrs. Mildred Greenwood 
Mr. Francis Hargreave 
Mr. Emlyn Jones 
Dr. Ralph Kapilian 
Mrs. Barbara Karas 
Dr. Monita Lank 
Ms. Barbara Lappano 



Mr. Joseph Lauletta 
Mr. Melvin Lorback 
Dr. John Lowe 
Ms. Kay Margerum 
Ms. Rachel Martin 
Dr. Edward Norris 
Dr. Jack Owens 
Mr. Charles Pagano 
Ms. Susan Parkinson 
Mr. Robert Reese 
Mr. Barry Remley 
Dr. Neil Serpico 
Mrs. Lida Smith 
Dr. Russell Sturzebecker 
Mr. Brad Taylor 
Mrs. Sandra Thielz 
Mr. JackTrezise 
Mr. Milan Trnka 
Mr. Earl Voss 
Mr. Lloyd Wilkinson 
Mr. Jack Wintermute 
Mrs. Judy Wolstenholme 
Mr. Richard Yoder 



SCHOOL OF 

Health and 

Physical 

Education 



Health Department 




Dr. Walter E. Funk 
Chairperson 

Mrs. Betty Boyle^ 
Mr. John DeMiUion 
Mr. Tom Fisher 
Dr. Phyllis Goetz 
Mr. Craig Hofford 
Miss Thelma Heller : 
Mrs. Virginia Huffmati 
Mr. James Leap 
Dr: John LemCke 
Dr. Robert Nye ■: 
Miss Ruth Reed 
Dr. John Steinmetz 
Dr; Earl Voss 




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Nursing 
Department 




G. Jo 

,aret \. i^.c., li 
m R. Overlease 
inald F. Romig 
i\''aber 

n W. Webster 
rd I. Woodruff 



:obert 
irperson 

Dr. Edward A'Zary 
Dr. Juslo B. Bravo ^ 

Dr. Marc L. Durand 
Dr. Helen R. Eichelberger 
Dr. Andrew Goudy 
Dr. Virgil Magnuson 
Dr. John Mangravite 
Dr. Robert W. Medeiros 
Pr. Francis J. Reynolds 
br. Philip Rudnick 
Dr. Samuel L. Rotenber 
Dr. William Torop 
Dr. Philip Witonsky : 

Mrs. Malinda Murraj 
Chairperson 

Ms. V 11 jj;uiia v^uunuiS' . 

Ms. Kathleen Devlin 

Mrs. Shirley Harrison ; 

Mrs. Mary Kline 

Miss Carol Matz 

Mrs. Melva Neff 

Dr. Doris Schoel 

Mrs. Susan C. Slaninka 

Ms. Ann Swope 

Mrs. Carolyn Woodward 



Instrumental music 



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Dr. Edward A. Barrow 
Chairperson 


d Boerlin 
..,. , ,..,.ie Breuninger 
Dr. Irving Cohen 
Joseph Goebel 
'^~— Guidetti 
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Mr. Eugene Klein 
Dr '^''"nneth Lauder 
M> a Moss 
Mr. H ope^ 
Mr. Lcc o^Mfl 
Mrs. Emi^^^^H 





Vocal/Ct 




Dr. Roy D. Sweet 
Chairperson 



Ms. L 



Mr. Emil Mark^ 



Mrs. Stella i-. Conaway Miss Jane E., 



Dr. Larry Dorminy Miss Joy 

Miss Robin Frenz Mr. Alan 

Mr. Raymond Friday Miss Loi; 

Music Education 



Miss Joy Vau, 

Mr. Alan Wagner ' 

Miss Lois M. Williai 






ADMINISTRA TION 





Dr. Charles G. Mayo 

President 



Dr. Richard G. Branton 

Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 




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Dr. Dennis D. Bell 

Vice President for Administration 
and Fiscal Affairs 




Mr. Louis Weislogei 

Vice President for 
Student Affairs 



DEANS . . . 




Dr. John P. Field 

School of Arts 
& Letters 




Dr. William White 

School of Education 




Dr. James S. Milne 

School of Social and 
Behavioral Sciences 




Dr. Charles A. Sprenkle 

School of Music 




Dr. Russell Rickert 

School of Sciences 
and Mathematics 




Dr. Edwin L. Youmans 

School of Health 
and Physical 
Educatipn :ri 



Board of Trustees 



Mrs. Sofia T. Del Villar Mr. Walter Reeder , : 

Mr. Barry C. Dozor Mr. Marion C. Stayesv 

Mr. D. Bernard Kirschner Mrs. Constance C.Winchester 
Mr. Stanley J. Lieberman 
Mr. Charles M. Porter 



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PART I 
STUDENT 

LIFE 



A need to be as different 
as each new^ sunrise. 




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Autumn 

Moments ... 





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P OMMDTERS LOUNGE 

^Jl The vast majority of West Chester State students are 
commuters. Their central meeting place is Sykes Student 
Union Building, known to us as Sykes or SCUB. In 
Sykes you'll find everything from a candy counter to the 
cultural affairs office — including a bunch of commuters 
resting between classes. 





A voting table for commuter government 
in the main lobby. 




A peek inside one of the many lounges inside Sykes. 



A commuter takes a stand!! 



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The dining hall across from the deli — a joy to both commuters and residents. 





Signs! Signs! Where can I park??? 

The Halloween festivities tem- 
porarily hampered natural 
surroundings. 



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The game room inside 
Sykes. 



Often times it's a long road 
home for the commuter. 




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FF CAMPUS 

A need to be . . . 

— able to afford it 

— away from rules and regulations 

— in a quiet place to study 

(without going to the library) 
— a part of the community 
— where anything goes 
— in a place to have keg parties 
— with pets 
— in privacy 

— with boyfriends or girlfriends 
— away from floor gossip 
— n front of a fireplace 
— away from cafeteria food 
— responsible for cooking and cleaning 
— independent 
— home 



Many students tire of dorm life and 
choose to live off campus. West Chester of- 
fers the commuter a variety of places. Some 
popular dwellings include Walnut House, 
Ramsgate, Dean St. Apartments and 
Franklin Court. The numerous apartments, 
houses and rooms throughout the town 
provide a variety of sizes, styles, locations 
and costs. Off-campus students tend to be 
content, even though they miss a lot of the 
college happenings. 





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A YNE HALL 

Parties . . . dances . . . "answer the phone" 
. . . the controversial speech clinic . . . Dr. 
Porter's sex talk . . . discussions . . . game 
tournaments . . . backgammon . . . 
hayrides . . . caroling contest at Christmas 
. . . broken elevators . . . close to Sykes 
. . . neighbors of the opposite sex . . . stu- 
dent teacher's floor ... no parking spaces. 



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Shelia ... fun and games night . . . gifts from home at 
Christmas . . . Harrad Experiment . . . aluminum cans 
recychng . . . Mary Achilles ... the elevator IS working 
... is the mail in . . . masquerade party . . . twinky 
eating contest . . . Mr. and Mrs. Leggs contest . . . 
Christmas party . . . wading across the walk during 
floods . . . volleyball games outside . . . close to the 
cafeteria . . . coed fun. 



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CHMTDT HALL 

Physical Education majors . . . Hattie . . . overlooking 
the tennis courts ... all girls . . . soap operas . . . pop- 
corn parties . . . bigger than life Robert Redford . . . 
busy signals on the phone . . . quiet(?) hours . . . Santa at 
Christmas . . . where streakers go . . . dorm parties . . . 
friends . . . most appealing dorm on campus . . . brick 
walls . . . own private beach. 




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ITIJNGER HALL 

The zoo ... all males . . . Terri . . . loud music . . . par- 
ties . . . dances in the basement . . . unmade beds . . . 
"Clock" . . . sports in the hallway . . . singing in the 
shower . . . smells like a locker room . . . Christmas 
lights . . . animals . . . high risk area for females. 



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AMSEY HALL 

"We're having some fun" . . . Gong show . . . "Mr. 
Ramsey" . . . volleyball . . . twerp . . . dropping water 
... too tight ... go for it .. . Christmas presents . . . 
writing in elevators . . . Groll . . . hay rides . . . crazy 
kind of guys . . . tug of war . . . it's a beard . . . evil 
knaster . . . too loose ... is that you Ed? . . . coed 
bathroom . . . broken washers . . . Sadie Hawkins dances 
. . . disco . . . let's cope . . . easy Steve . . . manny . . . 
we're out of here. 




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Coed luxuries . . . little privacy 
parties . . . nice traying hill . . . 



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OSHEN HALL 



The dating game . . . Laney, our new R.D. . . . the gam ui 
of talent . . . cheerful desk workers . . .ice cream social 
. . . hayride with Killinger . . . constant ringirtg of phone ^ 
. . . "do not use this half of the door" Hooded 

sidewalks . . . exercise in the basement . . .dryer thai 
works free of charge . . . slow motion^) 




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cCARTHY DORM 

Farthest from Lawrence center . . . quiet ... a close 
friendly dorm . . . music majors . . . suitcase dorm . . . 
has its own parking lot . . . close to the infirmary . . . 
could pass for a library . . . girls ... 24 hour visitation 
. . . guys ... a lot like home. 



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WEEKENDS . 

THE NEED FOR RELAXATION AND FUN 

Weekends for the WCSC students is a time to take 
it easy; a time to relax and a time to hang out with 
good friends. Weekends help provide time to be 
yourself. 





A need to catch up on 
class work. 



This is what I call a 
"good time". 



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marathon. 



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PARTY PLACES 



THURSDAY NIGHTS IN 
RAM COUNTRY . . . 
THURSDAY, THURSDAY, THURSDAY! 
What would West Chester State College beer 
drinkers do without those glorious "party- 
filled" nights? 

As freshmen the Anvil was a sacred word. 
Planning for this event of the week was sheer 
havoc. A typical Thursday night would entail 
many phone calls, car pool arrangements and a 
time deadline. If you didn't get to the Anvil by 
11:00 for that 25c beer all hell would break 
loose. It was here, the home of disco dancers 
and guzzlers, where the socializing began. If 
you wanted to meet a group of friendly outgoing 
people, this was the place to go. As word of 
this outrageous bar spread through the campus 
so did the crowds. 

These times slowly declined as the crowds 
increased and the years rolled by, however 
there were other hot spots to hit such as "The 
Rat". As this bar came into existence so did a 
few of your twenty-one year old friends who 
could get into this bar. For those of us who 
didn't have the privilege we soon became experts 
at dodging those bouncers with every trick in the 
book. When one finally reached that golden age 
it was to the "Rat" to celebrate and ohl, how 
those twenty-one year olds can celebrate their 

birth into legal "beer- 
hood". 

All of this and more 
will long be remembered 
by those who never let a 
Thursday Night pass un- 
touched. These four 
years, a total of 144 
Thursday Nights, have 
become a time where one 
could get away from the 
books, the humdrum 
classes and relax with 
friends. We're going to 
miss those Thursday 
Nights, even miss those 
Friday hangovers, but 
we do have the memories 
that can last forever. 



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Little Theater has had an extraordinarily busy and suc- 
cessful season. In October, they entered their production 
of Boys in the Band in the Pennsylvania/New York/New 
Jersey district competition of the American College 
Theater Festival. They were one of five, out of forty- 
eight, schools to be chosen for the semi-finals. The 
ACFT, sponsored by the American Theater Association, 
is one of the most prestigious collegiate competitions. 




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Gospel Choir 



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Criterions 




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Musica Antiqua 







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Brass Ensemble 




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Fencing Club 




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Spanish Club 




Russian Club 



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Linguistics Club 

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Italian Club 




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German Club 




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Social Welfare Club 

Executive Committee 



Anderson Math Club 




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Anthropology Club 



Earth Science Club 





Darlington Biology Society 



Psi Chi 



Psi Chi is headed by Dr. Morse, advisor, and Stephen 
Delozier, president, as well as executives: Kathy Corbridge, 
Paul Sheriff, and Mary Ellen Alton. This chapter of the 
National Honor Society in Psychology, strives to promote 
an awareness in the field of Psychology. Throughout the 
year, the twelve members set up lectures, perform research, 
and publish some of this research. Steve Delozier and some 
of the members attended the Eastern Association Con- 
ference in Washington, D.C. 



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Alchemist Club 




Karate Club 



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Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

Accounting Society 




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Pre-Professional Club 




French Club 




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History 
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Young Republicans 



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Elementary Math Majors 





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Jewellettes 



Equestrian Club 




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Wrestling Belles 




Ski Club 



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Gay's Club 




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Program Board 



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Spanish Student Union 




Black Student Union 



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Critter Clubber Club 




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Fellowship of Christian Athletes 



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Newman Center 





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Need to Pray and be one with 




Calvary Lutheran Church 



Baptist Church of West Chester 



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your God no matter how you envision Him 




Westminister Presbyterian Church 





United Methodist Church 



Reformed Presbyterian Church 



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(1. to r.) Janet Genuardi, Kathryn Krauss, Dorothy 
Langton, Janice Kratz. 



(1. to r.) Victor Gennaro, David 
Perlman, Michael Comerford, 
Charles Haron. 





(1. to r.) Wendy Bostwick, Ceclia 
Beliomo, Barbara Ann Carroll, 
Diane DiMartin. 



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(I. to r.) Jacqueline Simpkins, Terry Gladfelter, Paul 
Sheriff. 



(I. to r.) Bonny Riddel, Wendy Lee Gebert, Susan Rasmussen, Marcy 
Carey. 





(1. to r.) Isaac Bruce Norris, Julianne Fitzgerald. 



(I. to r.) Steve Gray, Mary Achilles, Linda 
Downey, Gerard Sweeney. 





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fulfiMing your fantasy of "the human fly goes to Artica." 



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Gamma Theta Upsilon 




Alpha Mu Gamma 
Phi Kappa Delta 





one hundred seventeen 




Phi Epsilon Kappa 




Delta Sigma Theta 



one hundred eighteen 




Nice Catch!!! 




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K^eelk 




Inter-Greek Council 




Kappa Alpha Psi 



Alpha Phi Alpha 



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Omega Psi Phi 




Lambda Chi Alpha 



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Theta Kappa Epilson TKE 




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Alpha Kappa Alpha 



Delta Zeta 




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STUDENT LIFE 



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Cfirisfmas... 

A TIME TO REJOICE 

The best cure for a worried and troubled mind dur- 
ing finals is Christmas. Christmas at West Chester 
is a time of happiness and anticipation, a time for 
caroling and decorating. It is the season when 
secret santas appear and surprise packages arrive. 
During Christmas, there are always parties to go to, 
concerts to enjoy, and gifts to exchange. The excit- 
ment of the season and thoughts of home make 
Christmas the best time of the year for everything 
— everything except FINALS!! 




She's our Christmas 
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WINTER WONDERLAND 

Winter "11-1% will long be remembered as "the winter to forget". For the first time in 17 
years classes at West Chester State were cancelled and for several days all campus ac- 
tivities came to a fast halt. With an almost record accumulation 18 inches of snow, the fre- 
quent scenes on campus included high drifts of snow, sledders on "cuisine" trays, drivers 
pondering how to get their snow covered cars out from behind the tennis courts, and icy 
sidewalks that never seemed to melt. The worst of the winter came however, not from the 
snow but from the cancellation of the Presidential Holiday vacation, which was taken 
away to make up for the last snow days. Winter '77-'78 at West Chester State — an ex- 
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Buildings 





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Philips Memorial Hall 



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I know I studied this! 

The wait in between 
classes. 







Classrooms . . . 

Classes . . . rushing to get homework done . . . 
arriving on time . . . lasting through till the class 
is over . . . achieving the final goal ... a good 
grade. 



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YATRAN — 

Ukrainian Dance Company 

CARLOS MONTOYA 



Cultural affairs 



This year the Cultural Affairs Department provided a 
variety of intellectual speakers and talented performers. The 
All Star Series featured Yatran, The Ukrainian Dance Co. It 
also sponsored Roger Wagner Chorale, Eugene Fodor 
(violinist), The Marlboro Trio and Carlos Montoya 
(guitarist). 

The Philips Lecture Series included such speakers as 
Jeremy Rafkin, Dick Gregory, and Robert Pollard. 



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JEREMY RAFKIN 
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in complete harmony. 

He was thrilling to the sight, 

gorgeous in his might, 

even in the shadows cast by stage lights. 

He was outlined 

in the space of my memory- 

Brown-bright hair, 

and glistening, story-telling green eyes 

only seen in autographed photos and albums. 

Songs he only sang to me 

Julie Fitzgerald 



Bob Welch 




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Dave Mason 




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Dining Hall . . . 



Almost inescapable to the hungry student 
the dining hall, courtesy of Cuisine 
Limited, provides students with meals that 
may not be as comparable to Mom's home 
cooking, but helps satisfy the need to eat! 



Boy, I was really hungry! 

Thanks, but I'll pass. 

I can't wait to sink my teeth into 
dinner!! 




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Long lines are a frequent sight in 
the cafeteria. 

Good to the last mouthful! 



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I CARE WEEK 

The first week in October was designated "I Care Week" 
at West Chester State. "I Care Week" gave each student 
a chance to see that in saying, "I care", a whole realm of 
individual needs could be realized: the need to belong 
and the security within that belonging, the need to un- 
derstand and to be understood, the need for listening, as 
well as responding. "I Care Week" brought to our 
campus the basic need of every person, the need to be. 



In celebration of I Care Week, a plant contest was 
held in Sykes Student Union Building. 





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in front of the Old 
Library. 

"I Care!!" 





Everyone gathered in the Quad area 
where tables were set up displaying ar- 
tistic, creative and outstanding achieve- 
ments. 



Two men showed off their talent in 
front of New Main Hail. 



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LORI R. ABEL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
MARY A. ACHILLES 

B.S. Criminal Jitstke 
EVELYN C. ADAMS 

B S. Music 






SHAELEAN ADDEO 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

JANEADERMAN 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

THOMAS J. ALBANY 

B A Political Science 

MARY ALCOCER 

BS. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred fifty-eight 




We are all just as fresh and new as seeds 
as we each find different needs to be . . 




RUBY ALEXANDER 

B S Elementary Ed. 




KAREN ALLISON 

B.S. Nursing 




ROBIN ALTORFER 
B.S. Health and Phys Ed. 


"HARLESAMBROGI 

B.S. Management 


SANDRA ALEXANDER 

B.S. German 

JANICE ANASTASI 

B.S. Nursing 


CAROL E. ANDERSON 

B.S Music 


MURIEL ALSTON 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

DEBORAH L. ANDERSON 

BS Social Studies 


ALFRED ANGELO 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



one hundred fifty-nine 








RICHARD ANTHONY 

B.A. History 



KEVIN ARNDT 

B.S. Social Studies 



JAMES ARNOLD 

B.S. CriminatJustice 



RICHARD AUSTIN 

B.A. Sociology and Anthropology 







JANET BADER 

H.S. Elementary Ed. 



ANNETTE BAHN 

B.S Music 



DEBORAH BAILEY 

B.S Public Health 



KAREN BAILEY 

B.S. Nursing 



one hundred sixty 







KEVIN BAILEY 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 



EDWARD M.BAKER 

BS. CriminalJuslice 



KATHERINEJ. BAKER 

B.S. Accounting 



LORE L. BAKER 

B.A. Psychology 





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ROBERT S. BAKER 

B.A. Mathematics 



THOMASINA E. BANNISTER 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



KIM M. BARLET 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 



AMY W.BARNES 

B.S Elemenlarv Ed 



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CARLOTTA BARNES 

B.S. Music 

CHARLES BATTISTA 

B.S. Criminal Justice 

RICHARD BECK 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 

LISA LEA BELL 

B.S. Biology 



BRENDA M. BARNETT 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ROBERT J. BATTISTA 

B.S Health 

ROBERT J. BECKER 

B.S. Marketing 

CECILIA M. BELLOMO 

B.S. Management 



LYNNM.BARR 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

THERESA BAUER 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

REBECCA H. BEEARS 

B.A. Psychology 

JEAN BENKO 

B.S. Music 



JOHN BART 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

MARY G. BAUMGARDNER 

B S. Management 

ROGER B. BEEBE 

BS. Marketing 

JOANNE E.BENNET 

B.A Mathematics 



DANNY BASORE 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

KENNETH BEAM 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

DIANE A. BELL 

B.S. Nursing 

PHYLLIS A. BERARDI 

B.S. Accounting 



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PAMELA J. BERNTSEN 

B S Elementary Ed 

DONNA E. BINNIG 

BS Healih and Phvs Ed. 

WILLIAM E. BLYSTONE 

BS Health and Phvs Ed. 

WALTER T. BONSTEIN 

B.S. Social Studies 



ANNEM. BERSHEIM 

B S Management 

DONNA BIRD 

BS Health and Phvs Ed 

PHILIP D. BOGDANOFF 

B S Political Science 

SUSAN BOSSARD 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ANN M. BEST 

B S Elementarv Ed. 

DIANE 1. BLAIR 

B S Chemistrv 

KATHLEEN BOGDEN 

B S Accounting 

W ENDV A. BOSTWICK 

B.S. CriminalJustice 



DIANNE BIEDERSTADT 

BS Health and Phvs Ed. 

ROBERTA BLEWITT 

BS Music 

KIMBERLY M. BOLLINGER 

B.S Health and Phvs. Ed. 

PATRICIA BOWMAN 

B.A. Computer Science 



KAREN M. BILLS 

B S CriminalJustice 

DEBORAH M. BLONSKI 

B S Elementarv Ed. 

JOSEPH P. BONI 

BS Chem.istrv 

EDWARDJ.BOVER 

B.S. Music 



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EILEEN F. BOYLE 

B.S. Nursing 

DARWIN BREAUX 

B.S. Professional Growth 

CARYN R. BROCKLEBANK 

B.S. Music 

ANGELA B. BRUM 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JANET BOYLE 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
GEORGE BRECHT III 

B.A. Music 

LINDAJ.BRONSON 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ANNEMARIEBUCK 

B.A. Psychology 



RENEE BRADLEY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

PETER M. BREIT 

B.S. Management 

MARY BROSTOSKI 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

JUDITH BUCKWALTER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



SAMUEL M.BRADLEY 

B.A. Sac. and Anthropology 

ELIZABETH A. 

BREITENSTEIN 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

JONI BROWN 

B S Social Studies 

JANINAL. BUDURA 

B.S. Music 



DAVID H.BRANTLEY 

B.S Theatre Arts 

CATHY BRETHERICK 

B.A. Literature 

ELLYN D. BRUCE 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

LEROY C. BUEHLER 

BS Public Health 



one hundred sixty-four 




STEVEN BUESCHEN 

B.S. Accounting 

JANET L.BURNS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

FAYETTA CAFFIE 

B S Mathematics 

JOHN L.CAMPBELL 

B.A. Political Science 



GLENN BUFFINGTON 

B.S Music 

SARA E.BURNS 

B.S Elementary Ed. 

CATHERINE CAHILL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MICHAEL F. CAMPBELL 

B.S. Accounting 



BONNIE L. BULLEY 

B.S. Elemenlarv Ed. 

ANGELOJ.BUTERA 

B.S. Marketing 

JOHND. CALLAGHAN 

B.S. Management 

TRACEY CAMPBELL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



GERARD BULMAN 

B.S CriminalJustice 

PATRICIA BYERS 
B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

PEGGY CALVANI 
B.S. English 

LINDA CAMPISI 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



DEAN R. BUONI 

B.S. Marketing 
GIOVANNA CAFFEE 

B.A. Social Welfare 
JANET E.CAMPBELL 

B.S. Music 

MADELEINE CANCILA 

B.S. Music 



one hundred sixty-Jive 




JOHN T.CAREY 

B.S. Accounting 



one hundred sixty-stx 







MARCY CAREY 

B.A. Literature 



LAURIE CARRICK 

B.S. Accounting 



RICHARD CASTALDO 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



ANTHONY D. CELLUCCI 

B.S. Political Science 




JOAN CHRISTENSON 

B.S Elementary Ed. 



MARY P. CHAMBERS 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 







FRANK CHOMINSKI 

B S. Accounting 



KATHLEEN CHERRY 

B.A. Literature 



DONNAS. CHARTERS 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 



DIANE E. CHAPPELL 

BS Elementary Ed. 



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LOUISP.CICCONE 

B.S. Accounting 
MARY L.CLOUD 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
DEIRDRE CONCANNON 
B.A. Psychology 
VALERIE L.COOK 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



MICHAEL P. CICCOTTI 

BS. Public Health 

THOMAS J. COATES 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

BETH CONNER 

B.S. Communications 

RICHARD COOKE 

B.A. Art 



MARYELLEN CLARK 

B.S. Management 

AVIS COHEN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

CHARLES CONNER 

B.S. Earth and Space Science 

KATHLEEN P. CORBIDGE 

B.A. Psychology 



CHRISTINE CLAY 

B.S. Denial Hygene 

NANCY COLLINS 

B.S Public Health 

SUSAN L. CONNER 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

CATHERINE A. CORCORAN 

B.A. Philosophy 



JEANNE CLAYTON 

BS Music 

EDRISCOLYER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

HOLLY K. CONOVER 

B.S. Music 

NANCY M.CORDISCO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



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RICHARD CORR 

B.S. Management 

COLLEEN COX 

BS English 

ROBERT CROUCH 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

DONNA D. DAVENPORT 

B.A.Art 



KATHLEEN COSENZA 

BS. Elementary Ed 

LYNN COX 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed 

IRENE M.CUNHA 

BS. French 

LOIS T.DAVID 

B.A. Literature 



COLLEEN A. COSGROVE 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 

CYNTHIA A. CRAFT 

B S Elementary Ed. 

THEODORE K. DAHLBERG 

BS Health 

DERWIN DAVIS 

BS. 



AMY COTNER 

BS Public Health 

JOSEPH M. CRESCENZ 

B S CriminalJuslice 

LISA M. D'ALFONSO 

B S Psvchologv 

MARTHA L. DAVIS 

BS. Health and Phvs. Ed 



KAREN MARIE COUSINS 

B S Elementary Ed. 

MARGARET CRIMMINS 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 

DOROTHY D'ANTONIO 

B S. Management 

RHONDA R.DAVIS 

BS Health and Phys Ed. 



one hundred sixty-nine 




VIRGINIA DAVIS 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

ELSA DELCAMPO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ANN BETH DEVITO 

B.S. Management 

BEVERLY L. DIGGORY 

B.S. Marketing 



LAURIE DEAN 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

STEPHEN DELOZIER 

B A. Psychology 

JOHN DEVORICK 

B.S. Music 

JOANN DIGIESI 

B.S. 



CYNTHIA F. DE CARO 

B S. Accounting 

DEBORAH L.DELP 

B.A . Sociology and A nthropology 

SANDEI DIACK 

B.S. Management 

RUSSELL DIGILIO 

B.A. Psychology 



THERESA DE GEORGE 

8 S Elementary Ed. 

JOSEPH W. DERiCKSON 

B.S Mathematics 

JANICE DICHTER 

B S Elementary Ed 

GREGORY W. DIIORIE 

B S Management 



RICHARD DEININGER 

B.S. Management 

LYNNEDEVECCHIS 

B.S. Health and Phys Ed. 

CLAIRE M.DIFABIO 

B.S Elementary Ed. 

DIANE M.DIMARINO 

B S Elementary Ed. 



one hundred seventy 







DIANE E. DIMARTIN 

B.S. Elemenlarv Ed. 

MARYANNET. DOHERTY 

B S Elemenlarv Ed. 

SHARON DORSEY 

B.A Political Science 

CAROL L. DUCK 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 



MARILYN S. DIMATTIA 

B S Elementary Ed. 

DIANEA. DOLBASHIAN 

BA.Art 

JOHN DORWARD 

BS Music 

SHERYLA. DUGAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JEANETTEE.DIMEO 

B.S. Biology 

JUDITH A. DONATO 

B.A. History 

JOAN V. DOTSEY 

B.A. Spanish 

HOLLY DUKE 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 



CHARLENEDIPOALO 

BS Nursing 

DEBRA L. DONNELL 

B S. Nursing 

JOSEPH M. DOUGHERTY 

B S Management 

TERENCE DUN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



LISA DJERGAIAN 

B.S. Nursing 

JANE E. DORCHESTER 

B.A. Theatre Art 

JUDY DRYER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

THERESA DUNBAR 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



one hundred seventy-one 







ALICE DURBANO 

B.S. Nursing 



CATHERINE DURNIER 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 



MICHAEL J. DURNING 

B.S. Accounting 



FRANK E. DUVAL 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 








SUSAN DWYER 
B.S. Accounting 



ELLEN M. EBERT 

B.S. Nursing 



ANN MARIE EDWARDS 
B.S. Nursing 



MARY EICHHORN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed 



one hundred seventy-two 




PHILIP J. EICHLER 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 




LELAND EISBERG 

B.S. Accounting 




JOSEPH L. ELDER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 






ANNA M. EMERY 

B.S. Marketing 




ELIZABETH T. 
ENDERLEIN 

B S. Speech Communications 




LAUREL ENGLE 

B.S. Management 




ROBERTA A. ELLIS 

BS Music 



GALEA. ENGELMANN 
B.A. Computer Science 



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B.S. Accounting 

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B.S. CriminaUuslice 

MARY FELDBAUMER 

B.S. Nursing 



MICHAEL ENNIS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MELISSA FALEN 

B.S. Health and Ph\s. Ed. 

KURT FASSNACHT 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

DOLORES M. FELICIANI 

B.S Elementary Ed. 



CAROLA. EVERHART 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed 
REGINAM.FANELLI 

B.A. Social Welfare 

CHERYL FAULKNER 

B.S. Speech Communications 

ELIZABETH FELKER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PATTI A. EYLER 

B A Theatre Arts 
PETER FARDELMANN 
B.S Health and Phvs. Ed. 

SUE A. FAUST 

B S Clinical Chemistry 

DEBRA L. FELSBURiC 

B S. Elementary Ed. 



MIRIAM FAGAN 

B.S. Music 

KATHLEEN FARIS 

B.S Music 

JAY FEINBERG 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

VICTORIA FIDANZA 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred seventy-four 




BRUCE K.nLLIPO 

B.S Biology 

GARY FISHER 

B S Social Studies and History 

MARLENEFLEMMING 

BS Music 

SUE FORESE 

B.S. Accounting 



VIRGINIA C. FIORELLO 

B'S Chemistrv 
ROLAND FISHLINGER 

B.A Psychology 
KATHERINE FLOURAS 

B A. Biology 

PATRICE M. FORREST 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



MARCIE HRESTONE 

B.S. Elementary Ed 
JULIANNE FITZGERALD 

B.A. Literature 

MARGARET FLYNN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



KAREN M. FISCHER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MAUREEN A. 

FITZPATRICK 

BS Health and Phys. Ed 

CONSTANCE A. FORD 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

PENNY FRANCISCUS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PATRICIA FISHEL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

BRUCE FLAMMA 

B.S. Music 

MELANIE R.FORD 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

WAYNE FRANKO 

B.S. Biology 



one hundred seventy-five 




JOYCE L. FRASER 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

DEBORAH A. FRODIGH 

B.S Health and Phvs. Ed. 

ANN L. GALLAGHER 

B.S. Accounting 

JANET L.GARRiSON 

B.S. Music 



GLENDA A. FRAVER 

B.S. Music 

JANEA. FRONHEISER 

B.S. Music 

GERALDINEM. 

GALLAGHER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

PATRICIA GARVEY 

B.S. Accounting 



IAN R. FREEDMAN 

B.A. Psychology 

JILL M. FULLERTON 

B.S. 

IMMACULATA GALLAGHER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

MAUREEN R. GAVAGHAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



KATHLEEN M. FREEH 

B S 
DANIEL FURA 

B .4 Literature 

VALERIE GALLAGHER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

EILEEN GAVIGAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PAUL FRITSCH 

B.S. Marketing 

AMYS.GABIN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

JOHN A. GALLO 

B.S. Criminal Justice 

JOHN M. GAZDA 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



one hundred seventy-six 




WENDY L.GEBERT 

B S Elementary Ed 

A.BARBARA 

GERSTEMEIER 

B.S. Nursing 

A.VALERIE 

GILLELAND 

B.A Philosophy 

DEBRA GOVAN 

B.S. Elemenlarv Ed. 



PATRICIA GENTILE 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

DAVIDA.GERY 

B S Management 

E.TERRENCE 

GLADFELTER 

BS Music 

J. CAROLE GRAHAM 

B.S Nursing 



JANET GENUARDI 

B.A . Speech Communications 

MICHAEL 

GIANGIORDANO 

B.S Political Science 

T.JANE GLASS 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

EILEEN GRANT 

B.S. CriminalJustice 



LOUIS GENUARIO 

B.S Health and Phvs Ed 

B.JUDITH 

GIARDINIERE 

B S Elementary Ed. 

A. LORI GOLDBERG 

B S Elementary Ed. 

E. PATRICIA GRANT 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



L.CHRISTINE 
GERHART 

BS Public Health 

JULIA GILBERT 

B.S. Music 

L.SUSAN 

GOLDSCHMIDT 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

KAREN GRASSANO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred seventy-seven 




EDWARD GRAY 

B S. Chemistry and Bio. 






S.ROBERT GRAY 

B.S. Accounting 



A. ELIZABETH 
GREELEY 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



MARAGRET GREEN 

B.A.Arl 






L. JAMES GREENE 

B.S Mathematics 



L. PATRICIA GREENE 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



L. SUZANNE GREIDER 

BS Music 



one hundred sevenly-eight 




F. TERRY GRIFFE 

BS. Health and Ph\s Ed. 






KAREN GROZINSKI 

BS. Elementary Ed 



MARGARET GRUBE 

B.S.HeahhandPhys.Ed. 



A. DOROTHY GRl NFELDER 

B.A. Mathematics 






GARYGUBICZA 

B.A. Geography 



NATHAN F.GULLIVER 

B.S. CriminalJustice 



L. CAROLE GUTEKLNST 

B.S. Music 



one hundred seventy-nine 




SHARLEEN GUY 


GALEN HAIN 


ROBIN HAKANSON 


L. JANICE HAMBRIDGE 


B. WILLIAM HAMILTON 


B.S Elementary Ed. 


B.S. Music 


BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 


B.A.Art 


B.S. Management 


L. DONNA HANKINS 


KAREN HANNIG 


T. ROSEMARY HARKINS 


L. NANCY HARLAN 


JANET HARLEY 


B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 


B.S. Accounting 


B.S Social Studies 


B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 


B.S. Accounting 


BARBARA HARTSHORNE 


LESLIE HARVEY 


J. DAVIDHAUGHNEY 


M. GEORGE HAUGHTON 


J.DENISE 


B.S. Management 


B.S. Nursing 


B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 


B.S. Music 


HEFFINTRAYER 


GARY HEGH 


A.KENDRAHEINDEL 


FRANCINE HEISS 


JOYCE HELD 


B.S. Nursing 


B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 


B.S. Speech Correction 


BS Nursing 


B.S. Elementary Ed. 


E. PETER HENRY 

B.S. Marketing 



one hundred eighty 




ROBERT HENRV 

B S Etemenlary Ed. 

D. REBECCA HICKMAN 

B S Elementary Ed. 

KATHY HOFFMAN 

B A Soc. and Anihropotogv 

K.JLLIEHOSTVEDT 

B.A. Psychology 



MARY HERBERT 

B.A Political Science 

N.GREGORY HILLS 

B A Soc. and Anthropology 

JAN M. HOIDA 

B.S Music 

SANDRA HOW AT 

B.A. Computer Science 



DONALD HERSHMAN 

B A. Biology 

JOHN T. HILLER 

B.A. Art 

J. SARAH HOLLAND 

B.S. Nursing 

DIANE HOWE 

B.S. Nursing 



BARBARA HETHERINGTON 

B.S. Spanish 
ETSUKO HIROWATARI 

B.A. An 
A. SHIRLEY HOMMEMA 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
GLENN HUEBNER 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 



L. SHELIA HEYDT 

B.S. Nursing 
B. ROBERT HOFF 

B.S. Geography 

MICHAEL HORNE 

B.S. Management 

JOHN HUGHES 

B.S Marketing 



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BS. Public Health 

DEBORAH L. JUSTICE 

BS Social Studies and Hist 



KATHLEEN HUGHES 

B S Elementary Ed. 
WILLIAM H. HUTCHINS 

BS Elementary Ed. 

EDWARD W. JOHNSON 

B S. Social Studies 

CHARLES P. KAHIL 

B.S. Accounting 



ANNEL. HUMER 

BS Speech Correction 

JOSEPH HYDE 

B S Elementary Ed. 

CYNTHIA J. JONES 

BS Elementary Ed. 

SUSAN KANE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



SUSANNE HUNSBERGER 

B.A. German 

WILLIAM E.INGRAM 

B.S Management 

ELLEN H.JONES 

B A. Literature 

KATHLEEN KEENAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



WILLIAM HUPLITS 

B.S. Accounting 
GREGORY IRONS 

B.A. Geography 
VENUS P. JORDON 

B.S. Nursing 

JEFFREY B. KELL 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



one hundred eighty-two 




JANET F.KELLER 

B S Elementary Ed. 

WILLIAM R. KERCHNER 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

VICKIE KLING 

BS Music 

KEVIN G. KNOWLES 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 



JOAN M. KELLY 

B.S 
BONNIE KERR 

B S. Elementary Ed. 

MARIANNA T. KNEAFSEY 

B A . French 

CATHERINE KNOX 

B.S. Sursing 



MAUREEN A. KELLY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

JULIA KERR 

BS Biology 

KATHERINE M. KNEPPER 

BS Music 

JOSEPH KORZEC 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JOHN T. KELSH 

B S. Management 
KEVIN KESSLER 

B S History 

JOHN KNIGHT 

B S Management 

BARBARA KOWALSKl 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CHRISTINE B. KENNEV 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 
PATRICIA J. KLINE 
B.S Elementary Ed. 
JAMES KNOWLES 
B.S. CriminalJustice 
KAREN E. KRALLIS 
B.A Sac. and Anthropology 



one hundred eighty-three 




JANICE L. KRATZ 

B.S. Speech Correction 



KATHRYN A. KRAUSS 

B.S. Speech and Theatre 



ANDREA KRIM 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PAMELA B. KRUEGER 

B.S. Music 



IRENE KUBILUS 

B.S. Music 




CHARLES F. 
KUPFERSCHMIDT 

B .4 History 



one hundred eighty-four 




ROSEMARY KURTZ 

B.S Speech Correction 



CINDI LABASH 

B.S. Elementarv Ed 



DONNA M. LABONTY 

B.S. History 



MARK A. LAFFERTY 

B.A Biology 



DEAN E. LAIRD 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 




ROBERT LANDRUM 

B.A. Literature 



one hundred eighty- five 




JEROME H.LANG 

B.S Music 
ELAINE LAZZOPINA 

B.S. Management 

Patrick f. Leonard 

B.A Literature 

HEIDI H. LIT 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DOROTHY S. LANGTON 

B.A. Political Science 
KAREN LEAHAN 
B.S Elementary Ed. 

JUDY A. LEVY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

KAREN A. LITZ 

B.A. Russian 



JOHNLANM 

B.A. History 

CAROL A. LEARN 

B.A. Soc. and Anthropology 

KATHLEEN M. LILLO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

JOSEPH P. LOBB 

B.A. Biology 



WILLIAM H. LATIMORE 

B.S. Elementary Ed 

LINDA LENGEL 

B.S. Nursing 

PATRICIA A. LILLY 

B..4. Russian 

JOSEPH LOCICERO 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



GEOFFREY LAWRENCE 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

DEBRA LENKER 

B.A. Soc. and Anthropology 

SUSAN LINDE 

B.S CriminalJustice 

DEBORAH R. LODER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred eighty-six 



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DIANE LONG 

B.S. Accounting 

PETER MACGREGOR 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed 

DEBORAH J. MAKUCH 

B.A . Social Welfare 

ANAT.MARQUEZ 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 



SYLVIA E. LYKENS 

B.S. Biology 
JOANN MACKIEWICZ 

B.S. Mathematics 
CYNTHIA MALACHI 

B.S. Music 

DEBORAH B. MARSH 

B S. Elementary Ed 



MARY EILEEN LYNCH 

B.S. Speech Correction 

NANCY J. MACLEOD 

B S Elementary Ed. 

BARBARA I. MANN 

B.S Speech Correction 

RICHARD MARTIN 

B S. Accounting 



MICHELELYNHAM 

B S Elementary Ed. 

BARBARA MACNEILL 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

ARTHUR W. MANSKY 

B S Mathematics 

EDWARD A. MARTORELLI 

B.S Elementarv Ed. 



TERRY LEE MACGOWAN 

B.S. Social Studies 

JAMES MAGEE 

B.S CriminalJustice 

KATE MARKS 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

JANET L.MASON 

B.S. English 



one hundred eighty-seven 




CERALYN M. MAYERNICK 

B.S. Communications 
JOHN MCCANDLESS 

B.S. Marketing 

JAMES MCDERMOND 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 

JOHN MCGOWAN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



KEITH A. MAYO 

B.S. Management 

PATRICIA M. MCCARRICK 

B.S. Music 

DEBORAH MCDERMOTT 

B S Elementary Ed. 

ELIZABETH MCGUIRE 

B.A. Psychology 



KATHLEEN MCANENY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

JEFFERY D. MCCLEARY 

B.S. Management 

JAMES MCGETTIGAN 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 

LORRAINE MCGUIRK 

B.S. Speech Pathology 



DENISEMCCABE 

BS. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

WANDA F. MCCLURE 

B S. Chemistry and Biology 

KAREN M.MCGLYNN 

B.S Elementary Ed 

LUCY MCILVAINE 

B.A. Sac. and Anthropology 



THOMAS D.MCCALL 

BS Public Health 

TIMOTHY MCCORKELL 

B.A. History 

JOHN MCGOVERN 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

HUGH MCKEAN JR. 

B.S. Management 



one hundred eighty-eight 




MARYMCKERNAN 

B.S. Nursing 

JOHN MARK MCNAMARA 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

JANYEMENZiES 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

CHARLOTTE R. MICHAEL 

B.A. Psychology 



KAREN M. MCLAUGHLAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

KATHLEEN MCNULTY 

B.S. CriminalJustke 

MICHELLE MERLO 

BS. Biology 

MARY J. MILES 

B.A. Spanish 



JOHN MCMANUS 

B.A. Accounting 

EDWARD D. 

MCQUILLINJR. 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

JUDITH A. MEST 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

STEPHEN MILLER 

B.S. CriminatJustice 



THOMAS MCMANUS 

B.S. Accounting 
STEVEN MCWHIRTER 

BS Music 

PAMELA D. METZGER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MARY MILLSAPS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JAMES MCNALLY 

B.S. Management 
KERRY MENAS 
MARY MEYER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
AILEEN M. MOCEY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred eighty-nine 





MARY MOLNAR 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 




SHARON MONROE 

BS. Music 




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B.S. Soc. Slds. and Pol. Sci. 




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ANN MOORE 
B.S. Health and Phvs Ed 



GREGORY MOORE 

B A. Communication 



one hundred ninety 




BRUCE MORONEY 

B.S. Accounting 




MARGARET MORRELL 

B.S. Music 



PATRICIA MORRISON 

B.A . Literature 



CONSTANCE MOSS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JOHN G. MOSSER 

B.S. Management 



ROBINS. ML ELLER 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 



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B.S. Marketing 

LIANNE MURRAY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ELIZABETH NAISMITH 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

ISAAC B. NORRIS 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



ANITA MULLER 

B.S. Accounting 

ELEANOR MUSGROVE 

B.S. Speech Pathology 

EDWARD NASPOLl 

JOANNE O'BRIEN 

B.S. Nursing 



SUSAN MUMMA 

BS Health and Phys Ed. 

ARTHUR NACCARELLI 

B.S. Management 

TERESA NAZARIO 

B.A. Political Science 

CERALYN O'DONNELL 

B.S. Dental Hygiene 



MARGARET MUNLEY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

KATHIE NAGIE 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

STEPHEN NEMES JR. 

BS Biology 

KATHLEEN O'DONNELL 

B.S. Marketing 



CAROL MURPHY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MICHAEL NAGURNEY JR. 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

BRUCE NICHELSON 

B.S. Music 

RICHARD ODORISIO 

B.S. Geography 



one hundred ninety-two 




DIANE OGLE 

B.S Elemeniarv Ed. 

NANCY ANN OSTROFF 

BS Health and Phvs Ed 

FRANK PAGLIANTE 

B S Management 

SLSAN E. PEAK 

as Health and Phys. Ed. 



HENRY O'HARA 

BS Soc. Stds. and Pol. Sci. 

KERRY ORAM 

B S Marketing 

ANTOINETTE PALERMO 

BS Music 

JOEL PECHART 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 



KEVIN O'NEILL 

B.A . Political Science 

WILLIAM ORR 

BS Health and Phvs Ed. 

DIANE PANARA 

B S Elementary Ed. 

CYNTHIA PECINA 

B.S. Public Health 



RICHARD O'NEILL 

B S Management 

FRANCES PACCHIAROTTI 

B .4 Psychology 

MARIA PAPARDIDES 

BS Speech Pathology 

VLARK PEIPER 
B.S. CriminalJustice 



DAVID OPPENHEIMER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 
MARK PAGANO 
BS Public Health 

DEBRA PATZ 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

WALTER PEREKUPKA 

B.S. Mathematics 



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B.S. Speech Pathology 
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B S Elementarv Ed. 
PATRICIA POPPERT 

B.A . Psychology 



PATRICIA PERKINS 

B.S. Speech and Theatre 

JANICE C.PIJANOWSKI 

B.S. Marketing 

ELIZABETH PLUTA 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

PAUL PUMA 

B.S. Management 



DANIEL PERNA 

B.S. Marketing 

STEPHEN L. PISELLI 

B.S. Accounting 

THEODORE F. POATSY. JR. 

B A Mathematics 

SHARON PURNELL 

B.S. Nursing 



MARIA C. PERONACE 

B S. Elementarv Ed 

JOSEPH T. PitURA 

BS. Health and Phvs Ed. 

JOHN L. POLLARD 

B S Management 

MARY RAFTERY 

B.S. Management 



GALE MARIAN 
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B S Speech Pathology 

SUSAN M.PIZZI 

BS. Public Health 

ROBIN POPJOY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



one hundred ninety-four 




PATRICIA RAHS 

B S Elementary Ed 
BRENDA RANSOM 
LESLIE G.REBACK 

B S \fusic 
JOANNE M. REYNOLDS 

B S CriminalJuslice 



JOHN RAMSDEN 

B S Management 

LEIGH RASML SSEN 

BS Health and Phvs Ed. 

KATHYS.REBANE 

B S Elementary Ed. 

DIANE RICHARD 

B S Sursing 



BRIAN RAMSEY 

B S Management 

SL SAN L. RASMLSSEN 

BS Elementary Ed. 

NANCY REDDITT 

B A Literature 

PAMEHLA RICHWINE 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 



ARLENE RANDALL 

B A Chemistry and Biology 
AMY RAW HOL SER 
B S CnminalJustice 
PATRICIA REED 
B S Speech Pathology 
BONNY L. RIDDLE 
BS. Elementary Ed. 



SI SAN RANDOLPH 

B S Music 

JAMES REAVES 

B S. CriminalJuslice 

GARY A. REICHENBACH 

BS Biology 

RICHARD J. RIGGS 

B.S. Crim inal Jus t ice 



one hundred ninety-five 




DONNA M.RIGHI 

B.A. Literature 



CYNTHIA T. RINEHOLE 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ROBERT W.RITNER 

B.S Management 



DAVIDJ. RITTHAMEL 

B.S. Accounting 



one hundred ninety-six 










HEATHER A. ROACHE 

B A History 



RICHARD ROBBINS 

B.A Biology 



JACKLYN ROBINSON 

B A . Psychology 



SONIA I. RODRIGUEZ 

B.A. Spanish 




DONNA K. RL'GCIERO 

B.S Biology 



ROXANNERLDISILL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



KATHLEEN Rl BERT 

B.S. Nursing 



MARYJANEA. ROVLE 

B.S. English 



one hundred ninety-seven 




KATHLEEN RUOSS 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

MARIA SALVUCCI 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

GARYS.SANTORE 

B.S. Accounting 

MARYELLEN SCAFIDl 

8.A. Literature 



FREDERICK C. RUSHMORE 

B.S. Music 

LINDA G.SAMIMS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ROBERT SANTORO 

B.A. Political Science 

PAULSCHAUM 

B.S. Management 



EDWARD RYAN 

B.S. Soc. Stds. and Geo. 

SHARON SANDERS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

KEVIN SASKA 

B.S. Marketing 

DEBORAH K. SCHEFFEY 

B.S. Music 



PATRICIA A. RYAN 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

KATHRYNSANDOSKI 

B S Elementary Ed 

DOLORES M. SAUNDERS 

B S Elementary Ed. 

PAULA SCHILLO 

B.A. Literature 



MARSHA E. SAEGER 

B.S. Nursing 

ELENA A. SANTANGELO 

B.S. Music 

MAUREEN SAVAGE 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

JAMES W.SCHLEGEL 

BS Music 



one hundred ninety-eight 




EDWARD G.SCHMID 

B.A. Political Science 

TIMOTHY J. SCHU 

B.S. Accounting 

DORIS SEILER 

B.S. Dental Hygiene 

MICHEALJ.SHEILS,JR. 

B.S. Public Health 



BRUCE E. SCHMIDT 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

RICHARD C.SCHULTZ 

B.A. Art 

DIANE SELVAGGIO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

PAUL E. SHERIFF 

B.A Psychology 



ROBERT SCHMUCKER 

B.S. Elementarv Ed. 

CHARLES SCHWARTZ 

B.S. Management 

KIM SHADEL 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

DENISE SHERWOOD 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



MARY CLAIRE SCHNEIDER 

B.A. Spanish 

GAILP.SCIOSCIA 

B.S Speech Pathology 

SALLY SHAFFER 

B.S Elementary Ed. 

RHONDA A. SHINDLER 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 



WILLIAM SCHNEIDER 

BS. Health and Phys. Ed. 

John scott 

B.S. Music 
THOMAS P. SHAFFER 

B A. Geography 
JAMIE I. SHINE 

B.A. Soc. and Anthropology 



one hundred ninety-nine 




EDMONDG.SHINN 

B.S Criminal Justice 

JAQUELINESIMPKINS 

B.S Elementary Ed. 

ROBERT SMILEY 

B.A. Geography 

TODD SNYDER 

B.S. Health Education 



KAREN O.SHiSLtR 
BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

GAILSLODY 

B.S.HealthandPhvs.Ed. 

BILLIE JEAN SMITH 

B.S. Music 

LORETTA SPEERS 

B.A. Psychology 



VALERIE SHOWERS 

B.S. Music 

CAROL SMALL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

CRAIG SMITH 

B.S. Social Studies and Hist 

JEANNE MARIE SOLTNER 

B.A. Literature 



FRANCES SHUEY 

B S. Elementary Ed. 

KENNETH SMALLWOOD 

B.S. Accounting 

JOAN SMITH 

B S Nursing 

AUDRAR. SPOTTS 

B.A. Literature 



MARGARET A. SIEGFRIED 

B S. Elementary Ed. 

WILLIAM A. SMEDLEY 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

LAURIE J. SMITH 

B.A Art 

TERRENCEJ.SPRATT 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 



two hundred 




DEBORAH SPROAT 

B S Elementary Ed. 

THERESA E. STANFORD 

BS Health and Phvs. Ed. 

MARK D. STAYER 

BS .Viusic 
GAIL L. STEWART 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ARTHUR L. STABLER. JR. 

B .4 Biology 

JENIFER O.STANLEY 

B A Music 

SHELIA D. STEIGERW ALT 

B S Mathematics 

LORRAINE STEW ART 

B.S Elementary Ed. 



MARY ANN STAHL 

B S Elementary Ed. 

JOANNE B. STANZIONE 

B S Spanish 

CHARLOTTE E. 

STELLWAGEN 

B S. CriminalJustice 

MARCY STEW ART 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JANICE E. STAHLER 

B.S. .\ursing 

PATRICIA A. STAUFFER 

BS Health and Phvs Ed. 

KAY STERNER 

B S Elementary Ed. 

LYNN STIPICK 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



AUGUSTINE STAINO 

B.A Political Science 

SANDRA L. STAUFFER 

B.S. Music 

SUZANNE STEVENS 

B S. Elementary Ed. 

CAROL S. STOKES 

B.S. Music 



two hundred one 




CRAIG STOVER 

B.S. Earth and Space Sci. 

FREDERICK SWANENBURG 

B.S. Criminal Justice 

BARBARA TAPPE 

B.S. Speech Pathology 

PETER THOMAS 

B.S. Political Science 



EMILY J. STRACKA 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
LINDAJ.SWARR 

B.S. Music 

DONALD TAVANI 

B.S. Biology 

KATHY L. THOMSON 

B.S. Nursing 



LOIS A. STRECKER 

B.S. Nursing 

BETH ANN SWARTZ 

B.S Elemenlarv Ed. 

JARYLYN TAYLOR 

B.S. Communication 

MAXINE TIGER 

B.A. Literature 



JANESTROMGREN 

B S Elementary Ed 

JEFFREY SWEENEY 

B A Psychology 

JAMES TERWILLIGER 

B.A Psychology 

DEBRAK.TOIA 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



BARBARA ANN SUTER 
B.S Elementary Ed. 
CHERYL SWIDER 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 
LINDA R.THOMAS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 
DEBRA I. TUCKER 
B.S. CriminalJuslice 



two hundred two 




KIM LEE TUMILTY 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 
ANTHONY VATTIMO 

BS Music 

VICKIE L.WADDELL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

RODMAN WALSH 

B.S. Marketing 



RICHARD UHLER 

B.S. Economics 

DEBRA J. VAUGHN 

B.A. Soc. and Anthropology 

KATHLEEN WALKER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

LOUISE WALTER 
BS Health and Phys. Ed. 



LINDA K. UNDERKOFFLER 

B.S Health and Phys. Ed. 

NANCY L. VENTERS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

SHAWNETTE WALKER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

DEBRA A. WALTERS 

BS History 



PAUL VALENTINO 

BS Music 

BARBARA J. VERDUCCI 

B.S. Music 

WAYNE WALLACE 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 
PATRICIA M. WALTON 

B.S. Speech Pathology 



JOY VANWYCK 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

MARK A. VIOLA 

B S Management 

MARYLYNN WALSH 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

STANLEY WAMBOLD 

BS Historv 



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MERRY C. WARD 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 
KENNETH WEBB 
B.S. Criminal Justice 

SUSAN WESTERHOLM 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DEBORAH WATKINS 

B.S. Nursing 
TERRY WEIDMAN 

B.S. Nursing 

DARRELLWEYMAN 

B.S. Music 

GERTRUDE M. WILLIAMSON 

B.S. Music 



CHERISSE WATSON 

B.A. Sociologv-Anthropologv 

RAYMOND WEIKEL 

B.S. Management 

JAMES W.WHITCOMB 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

BEVERLY WILSON 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DEBORAH J. WEAVER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

THOMAS WELDE 

B.S. Accounting 

ROSLYN WHITEHURST 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

LESLIE A. WILSON 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



WENDY ELAINE WEAVER 

B.S. Music 
KARENJ.WELTY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 
DONNA WILLIAMS 

B.A. Psychology 
PAMELA ANNE WINGER 

B.S. CriminalJuslice 



two hundred four 




DAVID WITMER 

B.S Music 
GEORGIA P. WY ATT 

BS. Biology 
MARY ANN VONCHIUK 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



JEFFERY WITMER 

B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 

TERRY XUGHES 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 
KATHLEEN ZAMPANA 

B.A. Psychology 

KRISTINA ZETTERBERG 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DEBRA WOLFE 

B.S Music 
DOUGLAS J. YACKER 

B.S. Public Health 

JOHN ZATKOS 

B.S. CriminalJustice 

CHERYL A. ZEWE 

B.A. Social Welfare 



DALEWOLFRUM 

BS Health and Phys. Ed. 

RANDOLPH L.YEAGER 

B.A. Geography 

KATHY ZELLNER 

BS. Music 

ELIAE. ZINGARO 

B.S. Nursing 



RICHARD A. WOODLAND 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

WENDY L. YOHN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

ERIC ZETTERBERG 

B.S. Accounting 



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B.S. Elementary Ed. 










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VICTOR GENNARO 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



JEFFREY A. GOOD 

B.A. Biology 




KATHERINE C. HALDEMAN 

B.A. Sac. and Anthropology 



MARIANNE K. HUNTER 

B.A. History 




BARBARA J. MAY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PATRICIA A. MEASE 
B.S. Accounting 




RICHARD PARSONS 

B.A. Literature 




KATHLEEN M. POPPER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 






GERARD H. SWEENEY 

B.S. Economics 




MARIE H.CONNOR 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



Free to be what we need to be 






Senioritis 



Contrary to the opinion of most. Advanced Senior Apathy, 
commonly called "senioritis" is no laughing matter. Rather, it is 
a deadly disease that affects thousands of people throughout the 
country, including close to 100% of the seniors at West Chester 
State College. It is a disease that can impair, cripple, and kill. It 
impairs concentration to the point where simple tasks become 
increasingly difflcult. It severly cripples one's academic output, 
until it reaches the "bare minimum" or 2.0 line. And it can kill 
one's motivation as effectively as Kate Smith stepping on 
cockroaches. 

Senioritis is technically classiried as a social disease, as many 
of its victims congregate in groups, causing mass academic out- 
put and motivation to nosedive to incrediable lows. Although 
seen mainly in college students, the disease has taken a severe 
toll in high schools, and also, has recently dipped even to eighth 
grade elementary classes. This disease is usually divided into 
four stages according to the time of year felt. These stages in- 
crease with severity. 

The flrst stage is the "On the top of the world" stage, and is 
usually seen in people in the late summer and early fall at the 
start of senior year. In this stage, the patient has a general feel- 
ing of well-being, which is very surprising considering his feel- 
ings in the subsequent stages. He feels that as a senior, there is 
no one in the world above him, and he must now set an example 
for the entire school as to the ways a senior is supposed to act. 
Academic performance and motivation is still relatively high in 
this stage, for the victim believes that this year can be the best 
used to prepare themselves for life after senior year. This stage 
of the disease is often harmless enough to go unnoticed. 

The second stage is the "All this garbage is really starting to 
bug me" stage and usually starts in mid-fall and lasts until fmal 
exams of the fall semester. In this stage, the victim starts to 
show a greatly increased interest in many of the Fine Arts (In- 
tro, to Film, Photography, Intro, to Art and Painting, 
Ceramics, and Understanding Music) as well as increased in- 
terest in Alcoholism and Short Story with Dr. West. This trend 
can be seen from the courses seniors sign up for during fall 
registration for spring semester. Oddly enough, also during this 
time, the victim also starts to receive sporadic cravings for many 
junk foods, such as beer, liquor, potato chips, pretzels, and 
Courtyard pitchers. These cravings usually occur late in the 
week (especially Thursday nights) and intensify in length and 
frequency as senior year progresses. Academic performance, 
although still somewhat high, starts its precipitious drop in this 
stage. 

Stage three, or the "This is my last chance for a decent holi- 
day and I'm really going to get partied-out" stage, is the only 
stage which occurs entirely in a non-academic period. It is the 
most social of the stages, with the victims spending much of their 
time in very non-productive pastimes, such as relaxing and par- 
tying. During this time, the victim will go to social events, only 
at certain times and for certain occasions such as "it's Tuesday 



afternoon and I haven't partied in over four hours," or "the 
Flintstones are coming on, let's have a party!" Academic perfor- 
mance is immeasurable during this period, mainly because vic- 
tims forget that they must still finish a semester in college before 
graduation (this disillusion sometimes lasts right up to 
graduation). 

Stage four, the "Let's get this over with" stage, is the most 
severe, most crippling, and most deadly of the stages. In this 
stage, academic performance and motivation reach a bare 
minimum, with courses such as a "Senior Seminar" often taking 
much of the crunch of this lack of motivation. In fact, in this 
stage, all of the student's interests are completely blocked out, 
with notable exceptions such as partying, cutting class, and 
members of the opposite sex, but not in that order!! In this 
stage, the tictim is entirely disabilitated, and all forms of treat- 
ment are completely ineffective in the time up until early May. 
The only thing that can be done here is to keep the patient com- 
fortable which he will always do by himself, anyway. 

Treatment for senioritis comes in the abrupt form of gradua- 
tion. Effects can be of two types: Adjustment Shock, in which 
the patient starts to doubt whether or not he can adjust to a new 
school or job. and moving away from or back to home; and Free- 
Floating Shock, which is most severe, and which includes the 
patient's tremendous fear that he will not find a job or school 
and will "free-float" into the unemployment line. These effects 
cannot be treated and must, instead, be let free to follow their 
own course. 

As in any other major disease. Advanced Senior Apathy does 
have its warming signs, llnderclassmen also begin to cut classes 
for reasons such as "it's Thursday," or "I just didn't feel like 
getting out of my chair." These are sure to be hard hit victims 
and should see their Academic Deans for immediate treatment. 
Juniors who have an insationable craving for five easy Fine Arts 
courses are definitely early victims and should receive im- 
mediate help. And sophomores who decide to party because 
ground beef has dropped to 89 cents a pound at the corner A&P 
may be already advanced enough into the early stages to be 
deemed terminal. 

If you see a senior in the hall who is obviously suffering from 
the disease, do not harass him about not having any work to do, 
nor should you drill him with questions on future plans. Instead, 
try to make him comfortable: hand him a beer and a frisbee, 
carry his books, and try to get him to the nearest party as soon 
as possible. 

There is much more I could tell you about Advanced Senior 
Apathy, but I really just don't feel like writing any more. Unfor- 
tunately, I am incurably into stage four. 

Michael Harkness — 1st Year Med. Student 
University of Pittsburgh 
Julie Fitzgerald — WCSC — Stage 4. 



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- Our answgr is the world's hope: 
"" it is to xs^ on youth- 

not a time of Ufe but a state of mind, 
a temper of will, 

- a -quaHty of the .predominance* of courage over timidity, 
of the appetite for adventure over 
the love -of ease." —Robert F. Kfeiw^f^' .. ,^ 



two hundred nine 



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Welkinweir . . . 



All Photos: 
Kevin Jacobs 



West Chester's most recent land acquisition is 
Welkinweir, the 166-acre, northern Chester County estate 
which was presented to the college as a gift by Mr. and 
Mrs. Everett G. Rodebaugh. 

The stone mansion at Welkinweir dates back to 1750 
with an 1800 addition as well as a wing added in 1940. 
Filled with a remarkable collection of historically valuable 
books, antiques and objects d'art, the residence is now used 
for concerts, seminars and conferences. 

Highlights from among the contents include numerous 
authenticated Chester County pieces of furniture, an E. M. 
Skinner Automatic Pipe Organ (one of only five still in ex- 
istence in working order in the country), a Mason & 
Hamlin Piano, antique clocks, an English silver collection, 
and a variety of oriental rugs. 

Welkinweir's grounds contain a six-acre, man made lake 
and seven ponds; lawns; forrested areas; and unusual 
plantings. Access to the Appalachian Trail can be made 
from the Horseshoe Trail which passes through the 
property. 








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two hundred twelve 





two hundred thirteen 



The One and The Other 



Long, long ago, in those wondrous days of hush-a-bye, there was a being called "Other." This being was not 
particularly beautiful, intelligent, or sociable. To "Other", life was just existing from day to day; he didn't com- 
municate, he knew not of happiness or love, he only knew that some day the mystery would come. It would en- 
velop him. He just waited . . . and waited . . . and waited. 

He worked at Dipzit Manufacturing and what a boring job he had. He was the most unhappy "Other" of all. 
He sat all day putting wippets into doozles and didn't enjoy it at all. But, nevertheless, when the job was done, 
"Other" went home and became lonelier and sadder and unhappier by the day. 

No one paid much attention to "Other" because the general opinion was that he was too pitiful. However, one 
dav a knock sounded on the door. "Other" answered the door and a look of astonishment appeared on his face. 
"Hello Other, I'm One." Other was surprised, shocked and almost happy to have a visitor. "Wh-Who are ... I 
mean what ... no, who are you? Why do you visit me?" One said to Other, "I've been sent to enlighten you t.o the 
mystery. You will learn many things in this short time and will be pleased with this newly acquired knowledge." 

A short period of time passes and "Other" was still working at Dipzit Manufacturing when a message was sent 
to him concerning someone named One. "Please return home. One has been severely hurt." "Other" left work 
and when he got home. One was scarcely breathing. Other sat for hours and hours until One died. "Other" sat 
and, with tear filled eyes, began to speak to the lifeless form of One. "You realize, of course, that I have held these 
thoughts inside my heart and mind for so long. I don't know why I speak now. You can no longer hear me, but I 
will continue. You have taught me many things in this short time. I thank you. You have shown love and com- 
panionship, sorrow and happiness, discretion and honesty. For a being worse off than myself, you have so much 
more than I might ever have dreamed possible. It was an honor to have known you. I am proud to be called your 
Friend. Never will I forget you, cease loving you, or speak unjustly of you. You have accomplished the task you 
were sent to do. Now you are dead. You have taught me the mystery of Love and Friendship and now I live with 
your spirit to guide me until 1 join you someday. Again, my lifeless companion, I love you." 

And with that, "Other" turned and walked away with a lonely tear in his eye — but also with a smile on his once 
forsaken heart. 




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Take time to work 

it is the price 

of success. 

Take time to think 

it is the means 

of power. 

Take time to play 

it is the secret 

of perpectual youth. 

Take time to read 

it is the fountain 

of wisdom. 

Take time to worship 

it is the highway 

of reverence. 

Take time to be friendly 

it is the road 

to happiness. 

Take time to laugh 

it is the music 

of the soul. 

Take time to dream 

it is reaching 

the star. 

Take time to live. 




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It was one of those seasons that a coach 
dreads and Varsity Football coach, John 
Furlow is no exception. Pre-season expec- 
tations were high, but injuries to several 
starters made it necessary to change 
strategy for several games. 

The Craig Atkinson to Joe Sensor com- 
bination proved to be very strong, as Sensor 
had 796 yards in 54 receptions for a 14.7 
yard average and 4 touchdowns. Sensor was 
named to first team, all-East Coast Athletic 
Conference Division II. Bill Blystone was 
team rushing leader, gaining 847 yards on 
the ground. 




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Front row - Bill Blystone, Jay We.denbaugh, Gary Hegh, Eric Swanson, Alan Hammaker Darw.n Breaux, Dok DuVal. Lee 
Kcllett, Rod Walsh," Dave Kline. Mike Skalamera, Don Wolf, Jeff Gearhart. Curt Newell. Second row - Bob Crouch Bill 
Kerchner, Mike O'Brien, Tom Coates, Bill Corbett. John Kostans, Jim Martin, Jerry Bulman Kevin Kessler, Jeff KelU Tony 
Miles, D^n Cooke, Stev; Horvat. Third row - George Veneziale, Bernie Gallagher, Tony W,l ,s, Kevm Corr, R.ck Mau k 
John Fry, Steve Mangle, Bill Minnis, Tim Widdoes, Bob Ritner, Mike Bozzelh, Lmcoln Overholzer \ incentLaSorsa. Fourth 
ow - C^aig Atkinson, Joe Sensor, Steve Gilbert, Don Jackson. Bill Patroski, Paul McGrane, M.ke Flynn, John Buechele, Sam 
Arbitman, Larry Morris. Dan Bedesem, Mike Pendino, Arnold Steele. Fifth row - Norm Hopely, Randy Ireson, Doug 
Hostvedt, Dwight Henninger, Joe Stripoli. Dan Petersen, Dan King, Ray Stercula, Pete Robmson, M,ke Palermo Dan 
Heavens, Bob Westbrook. Joe Mangiarcini. Dave Wheeler, John Bedi. Sixth row - Faro Morns Bob Coleman. Len Pen- 
nington. Mike Cangi. Rich Rabbitz, Vincent Lullio, Bill Custer, Chris Noel Matt Saylor Frank Savoye Ron Till Bob 
Jackson John Muredda, Bruce Soloman, Jack Thomas. Steve Silicata, Ph.l V.vald,. Seventh row - Br.an McHugh Bruce 
Stansbury, Brian Kraemer, Jim EInitski, Bernie Tarutis, John Shields. John Brennan, Tom Albright, Barry Howell. Rich 
Lockard, Jude Farese, Mike Burdziak, Mike DiSipio. 



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SCHEDULE 




28 WC 


— GLASSBORO 


18 


15 WC 


— U. OF DEL. 


17 


WC 


— U. OF N.H. 


26 


7 WC 


— MILLERSVILLE 


28 


20 WC 


— BLOOMSBURG 


7 


13 WC 


— BUCKNELL 


24 


14 WC 


— KUTZTOWN 


7 


21 WC 


— AM. INTER. 


7 


28 WC 


— CHEYNEY 


14 


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— E. STROUD 


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The Junior Varsity football team had a 
long 1-4 year. The Young Rams waited un- 
til their last game of the season to post a 
victory, defeating the U.S. Military 
Academy 21-0. Because of the ever chang- 
ing personnel problems with the varsity, the 
JVs were never sure who was going to suit 
up for their games. 





SCHEDULE 




wc 


— MILLERSVILLE 


40 


7 WC 


— U. OF DEL. 


38 


14 WC 


— KUTZTOWN 


21 


14 WC 


— ARMY 


42 


21 WC 


— USMA 






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soccs» 



West Chester had one of the most successful 
soccer campaigns in a long time. The Ram 
Booters posted a successful 8-6-1 seasonal record 
on their way to posting their first East Coast 
Conference title and their first league cham- 
pionship since 1970. 

Playing a tough schedule, the team swept 
through the ECC Western Division without a 
defeat. Among this seasons toughest opponents 
were Penn State and Army. 

Co-captains Mike Todd and Dick Deininger 
were definitely leaders by example. Todd was the 
Western Division's top goal keeper, stopping 
88% of all shots made, and both men were named 
to the ECC All Star Team. 





First row — Roger Brubaker, Terry O'Brian, Greg Wilk, Ken Wilson, Barry Desko, Dick Deininger, Mike Todd, 
Bob Mandes, Bill Ramsey. Mike Moyer, Ken Muha, Steve Natalie. Second row — Coach Barry Remley, John 
McNamara, Tom Wall, Mike Pawiowski, Dean Koski, Norm Cochran, Jim Clark, Pat Pullman, Curtis Hess, Jim 
Hurley, Mike Roddy, Mark Bamberger, Coach Mel Lorback. Third row — John Lamken, Keith Hawkins, Bob 
Trimble. Not pictured. Ken Mayer. 

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— RIDER 


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— BUCKNELL 


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2 WC 


— LAFAYETTE 





1 WC 


— ST. JOSEPH'S 





owe 


— AMER. U. 


3 


2 WC 


— E. STROUD. 





1 WC 


— U. OF DEL. 


1 


1 WC 


— LEHIGH 





1 WC 


— TEMPLE 


5 


owe 


— ELIZABETHTOWN 


1 


1 WC 


— LASALLE 


2 


3 WC 


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1 we 


— ARMY 


2 


2 we 


-AMER. U. 

(ECC CHAMPIONS) 


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First row — Karen Shelton, Lynn Cox, Beth 
Mariann Schreiber. Second row — Camile 
Gerdes, Jane Glass, Kim Tumilty, Gaile 



mer. aecona row — >^aiiiuc ■ 
Glass, Kim Tumilty, Gaile I 

HOC 



What more can be said? The WCSC Women's Field Hockey 
out in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Led by first year head 
excellent defensive team, allowing only 2 goals scored upon them 
including seniors Lee Gerdes in goal and Jane Glass, also played 
tournaments. 

But, beware, area foes!!! Believe it or not, despite the 
plenty of talented girls anxious to bring back a fourth national 
Junior Karen Shelton, chosen as "AIAW Field Hockey player 



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Kuta, Anne Brooking. Robin Aitofer, Lee 
Smith. Cheri Fulginiti. 




team won their third straight national title 
coach Robin Cash, the Rams became an 
in the regular season. The defense, 
extremely well in the regional and national 

graduation of talented seniors, there are 
championship to Big State, including 
of the year." 




SCHEDULE 




5 WC — TEMPLE 





6 WC — TOWSON 





4 WC — GETTYS. 





4 WC — E. STROUD. 





6 WC — GLASSBOTO 





2 WC — MARYLAND 





4 WC — URSINUS 


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5 WC — SO. CONN. 





1 WC — RUTGERS 





5 WC — U. OF PENN. 





WC — U. OF DEL. 





2 WC — L. HAVEN 





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SCHEDULE 




18 WC — TEMPLE 


43 


22 WC — BLOOMSBURG 


39 


20 WC — AMERICAN U. 


39 


29 WC — U. OF DEL. 


26 


18 WC — RIDER 


45 


35 WC — MILLERSVILLE 


24 


22 WC — E. STROUD. 


37 


36 WC — LEHIGH 


23 


24 WC — LASALLE 


32 


27 WC — DREXEL 


31 


19 WC — KUTZTOWN 


38 


21 WC — LAFAYETTE 


34 


27 WC — GLASSBORO 


28 


LEHIGH INVITATIONAL 5th PLACE | 


ECC 5th PLACE 




ICAAAA 6th PLACE 








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The Cross Country team had one of the finest seasons 
in recent memory. The Harriers compiled an impressive 
10-3 record overall and a 6-2 record over East Coast 
Conference teams. Among the highlights was the upset 
victory over the NJ State College Champion, Glassboro. 

Team leaders were senior co-captains, Mike Home 
and John Kelsh. Also playing an important role through 
the season were seniors Cliff Whitehead, Pete Henry, 
and junior Pat Quirk. The Rams also proved to have 
good team strength as they placed fifth in the com- 
petitive ECC Championship and 6th in the IC4A's 
Championship. 



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First row — Bob Campbell, Steve Fake. Matt Hart, John 
Kelsh, Mike Home, Craig Wharton. Second row — Pat 
Quirk, Pete Henry, Joe Glah, Cliff Whitehead, Paul Shivers, 
Coach Bill Butler. Not pictured, Joe Majewski, Bob Snyder. 









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BRSHCTBRLL 




Kneeling — Andre Jackson, Emery Cook. Jeff Witmer, Butch Bontempo. Joe Hassey, Keith 
McDonald, Dave Jungers. Standing — Tom Bunnell, Joe Sensor, Steve Jones, Rob Bailey, Mark 
Petersen, Kevin Allen, Jim Brown. 





SCHEDULE 




72 WC 


- CAMPBELL COL. 


81 


85 WC 


- GEORGIA STATE 


83 


72 WC 


- GLASSBORO 


70 


79 WC 


-TEMPLE 


92 


68 WC 


- SPRING GARDEN 


71 


52 WC 


— E. STROUDSBURG 


58 


81 WC 


— MILLERSVILLE 


55 


81 WC 


— DREXEL 


77 


7f. WC 


— KUTZTOWN 


86 


72 WC 


— CHEYNEY 


85 


84 WC 


— LA SALLE 


116 


59 WC 


- AMERICAN UNIV. 


67 


55 WC 


— BUCKNELL 


79 


67 WC 


- LAFAYETTE 


96 


78 WC 


— MILLERSVILLE 


75 


89 WC 


— RIDER 


75 


80 WC 


— U. OF DELAWARE 


93 


54 WC 


- LEHIGH 


72 


55 WC 


- BUCKNELL 


57 


60 WC 


— LAFAYETTE 


75 


83 WC 


— RIDER 


86 


79 WC 


— U. OF DELAWARE 


87 


68 WC 


— LEHIGH 


78 


73 WC 


- BUCKNELL 


88 


81 WC 


— CATHOLIC UNIV. 


83 



The varsity basketball team had a depressing 
season that never seemed to come together. The team 
did play much better basketball than their 6-19 season 
log would indicate. Paced by senior co-captains Kevin 
Allen and Jeff Witmer, the men played some excellent 
team offense, enabling Joe Sensor to once again rank 
among the top three in the country in field goal per- 
centage. The team, unfortunately, lost a number of 
heartbreaking games in the final minutes. With the 
loss of only two seniors, things are looking up for next 
year's team. 




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JV BASKETBALL 




It was a tough year for the 
Junior Varsity basketball 
team. The team had a dismal 
1-14 record on the season, 
their only win coming in the 
last game of the season against 
Lehigh in overtime. They were 
a talent-laden squad who, at 
times played well together, but 
weren't always aggressive on 
defense which proved to be 
their downfall. But they will 
provide the varsity with some 
solid ball players such as John 
Nairn and Bernie Lajuenese. 



Kneeling — Coach Craig Hofford. Bert Martin. Jeff Frechette. Pete Cautelii. John Nairn. Standing ■ 
Gar\ Pierzea. Robert .Anderson. Glen Adeisburger, Bernie Lajuenese, Tom Nagle. 






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First row — Kathy Burns, Theresa Dunbar, Rose Cirino, Jane Menzies, Mary Icorn, Debbie Perkins. Second row — Tim 
McDonald, Coach Kitty Cauldweli, Sue Muri<, Karen Attack, Ellen Perella, Tina LaRoss. Linda Lastoka, Todd Snyder. Not 
pictured — Ann Brooken, Sue Kloss, Sue Petitowski. 




Injuries played a major role in many 
W.C.S.C. sports this year, and 
Women's Basketball was no excep- 
tion. The team's key injury was to 
head coach Kitty Caldwell, who was 
sidelined early in the season by an 
automobile accident. Led by former 
Ram star Linda Lastoka, the girls 
played a demanding schedule in- 
cluding nationally ranked St. Joseph's, 
Montclair State, and Immaculata 
Colleges. Team co-captains Rose 
Cerino and Theresa Dunbar, led the 
team in scoring and defense respec- 
tively. 



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SCHEDULE 

WC — VILLANOVA 
WC — NAVY 
WC — QUAKERS 
WC — FLYER JRS. 
WC — VILLANOVA 
WC — FLYER JRS. 
WC — VILLANOVA 
WC — RUTGERS 
WC — PENN STATE 
WC — RUTGERS 
WC — QUAKERS 
WC — PENN STATE 
WC — PRINCETON JV 
WC — VILLANOVA 
WC — DELAWARE 
WC — NAVY 
WC — DELAWARE 
WC — DELAWARE 
MACHC PLAYOFFS 



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SCHEDULE 


34 


WC- 


- PENN STATE 97 


43 


WC- 


-PRINCETON 87 


55 


WC- 


-CLARION 71 


67 


WC- 


-SWARTHMORE 52 


50 


WC- 


- EAST STR0UDSBURG81 


55 


wc- 


-SHIPPENSBURG 76 




WC- 


-U. OF DELAWARE 


65 


WC- 


- MONMOUTH 66 




WC- 


-GLASSBORO 




WC- 


-TEMPLE 




WC- 


-DREXEL 




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WOMEN'S SWIMMING 

Front row - Cindy Pardee, Patty Dix, Jane Harris, Liz Dixon, Denise Bolich, Connie Heister. Ann Gotthck, 
Irish Walton Second row - Head Coach Susan Parkinson, Trainer Linda Manley; Diving Coach Ronn 
Jenkins, Cheryl Balder, Linda Mason, Kim Barlet, Patty Ryan, Beth Sherman, Donna Lawson, Denise 
McConnell, Elaine Foggan. 



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Kneeling — Nelson Stratton, Dave Miller, Jorge Leon, Bob Katz, Anthony Stagliano. Standing — Craig 
Scioscia, Jim Batchelor, Dave Incao, John Licata, Rob Horner, Pete Naylor. 




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I knew the boy was crazy! 



WRESTLING 

Who would have thought a team so 
full of talent could end their season 
with a losing record? Well, it hap- 
pened. The wrestling team began the 
season on the strong foot, taking 
second place finishes at the Civitan 
Monarch Open, and the Phila. Metro 
Invitational. In the highly prestigious 
Lock Haven Tournament, the Rams 
placed fourth while walking off with 
the team championship in the Salsbury 
State Invitational. With a reputation 
of being such a dangerous tournament 
team they were rated thirteenth in the 
east by a national poll committee. 

Despite the talent and enthusiasm, 
injuries and illness took over their dual 
meet season. Plagued with broken 
bones and the flu, the grapplers 
managed a 4-9 record. 

With only one graduating senior, 
co-captain Nelson Stratton, the team 
is looking forward to a fresh start next 
year. The Rams ended their season 
placing third in the East Coast Con- 
ference with one individual champion, 
three second places, and one third. 



CIVITAN MONARCH OPEN 




— 2nd place 




PHILADELPHIA METRO 




INVITATIONAL — 2nd place 




LOCKHAVEN TOURNAMENT 




— 4th place 




WRESTLING SCHEDULE 




WC — AMERICAN U. 


7 


sbury State Invitational — 1st place 


WC — EAST CAROLINA U. 


35 


WC — OLD DOMINION 


8 


WC — LAFAYETTE 


23 


WC - DREXEL 


18 


WC — PENN STATE 


28 


WC - MILLERSVILLE 


28 


WC — BLOOMSBURG 


39 


WC — HOFSTRA 


35 


WC — U. OF DELAWARE 




WC - ESSC 


21 


WC — TEMPLE 




tVC — RIDER 


15 


ECC'S — 3rd place 





Looks like a pin from here, Bob! 





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4 WC - 

5 WC - 
5 WC - 
5 WC - 

3 WC - 
5 WC - 

4 WC - 

5 WC - 
5 WC - 
3 WC - 
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SCHEDULE 

- DREXEL 

- BRYN MAWR 1 

- ROSEMONT 
- HARCUM 

- PRINCETON 

- U. OF PENNSYLVANIA 2 
- CHEYNEY 

- TEMPLE 1 

- SWARTHMORE 

- URSINUS 

- GEORGE WASHINGTON 2 
TOURNAMENT — 1st PLACE 




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Volleyball became an intercollegiate sport in the fall of 
1977 at WCSC. Led by Coach Mildred Greenwood, they 
accummulated a highly respectable 7-2 record. Playing 
with a talented squad, the team faced a rather experienced 
schedule and is looking forward to very good seasons in the 
years to come. 





First row — Cindy Straw, Stephanie Guifrida, Lisa Lewaka, Carol Everhart, Ronda Shin- 
dler, Coach Greenwood. Second row — Karen Kiernan, Lori Dickenson, Bev Kline, 
Bridget Rice, Stephanie Vuxton, Lori Moul, Cindy Small, Roxanne Rudisill. 




SCHEDULE 

(I \vc — TEMPLE 

WC — 1NV\ 

WC — OUR LADY OF ANGELS 

WC — CHEYNEY 

WC — KUTZTOWN 

WC — RUTGERS 

WC — TRENTON 

WC — VILLANOVA 

WC — ROSEMONT 

WC — IMMACULATA 



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This year's indoor track team had a 
successful campaign. With a season 
record of 5- 1 , they kept alive a home win- 
ning streak that runs back to the late 
1960's. Among the highlights of the 
season were: John Majewski clearing 6' 
10" for the second best jump in school 
history, the mile relay of Doug Owens, 
Jeff Noel, Steve Kinsey and Joel Pechart 
placing first at the Phila. Track Classic, 
and Bruce Norris taking 2nd in the 60 
yard hurdles at the Middle Atlantic 
AAU's. The Rams sent three athletes to 
the IC4A's (Norris, Majewski and high 
jumper John McVan) and also placed 5th 
in the indoor ECC Championships. 







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SCHEDULE 

57 WC — MILLERSVILLE 
57 WC — DREXEL 

57 WC — LAFAYETTE 

58 WC — LA SALLE 



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67 
28 






SCHEDULE 

124.04 WC — TEMPLE 129.15 

124.65 WC — TRENTON STATE 118.25 

124.65 WC — CORTLAND 125.60 

129.75 WC — TOWSON STATE 131 45 

128.15 WC — RUTGERS 134.50 

129.70 WC — PRINCETON 66.40 

129.70 WC — CLARION 147.60 

125.50 WC — U. OF MARYLAND 126.65 

127.70 WC — GLASSBORO 88.45 

125.65 WC — E. STROUDSBURG 123 00 
WC — SO. CONNECTICUT 





The men's gymnastics team had a tough act to follow as last year's 
squad won the North Atlantic Gymnastic Conference Cham- 
pionships in convincing fashion. Led by senior Frank Kudlac in the 
all-around category, the Rams tackled the challenge and came up 
with a 4-7 record against such teams as the University of Pittsburgh, 
Brochport State, Onenta and Navy. The team loses only a few 
athletes because of graduation and is looking forward to next season. 




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Kneeling — Paul Sheriff, Russ Brooks, Jack Fitzgerald, Frank Kudlak. Dave Ressler, Paul Matthews. Dave 

Marshall. Standing — Kevin Gaines, Jeff McKee, Les Stover, Alan Cleary, Tim Garland, Roger Lank, Bill 

Lolli, Mike Dominguez, Coach Milan Trnka. , , , r 

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Women's Gymnastics was another sport that was 
plagued by injuries. Losing such key performers as beam 
and floor exercise specialist, Joan Dominey and bar 
specialist. Donna Durham, the women filled in the line- 
up with some talented freshman to finish the season. 
Senior Margie Siegel, had a good year scoring consistent- 
ly in both the vault and bars. 




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two hundred fifty 






Sitting — Lisa Nivick. Karen Strand, Judy FoUey. Teresa Gunst. Kim Cuthbert, Karen VonGehr. Kneeling 
— Tina Geitner. Ronnie Price, Denise Blust, Debbie Vasta, Claire Pulise, Lee Besse. Standing — Coach 
Sandy Thielz, Chris Forrester, Joan Domminey, Vicki Basile, Terri McDevitt. 



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two hundred fifty-two 




Standing ( Left to Right) — Head coach Dave Charters, Jeff Bettinger, Dwight Dudas, Brian Moul, Josh Greenbaum, Bill Swen- 
son, Mark Davis and Ron Weaver. Kneeling — Rick DiMarzio, Joe Tague, Ed Kucharski, Gary Rodgers, Kevin Maley, Mike 
Reinhard and Blaise Giroso. 



SCHEDULE 

WC — ST. JOSEPH'S 

WC — TEMPLE 

WC — MILLERSVILLE 

WC — ESSC/DEL. 

WC — AMERICAN U. 

WC — LEHIGH/LA SALLE 

WC — DREXEL/RIDER 

WC — LAFAYETTE/BUCKNELL 

WC — KING'S 

WC — PENN STATE TOURN. 

ECC CHAMPIONSHIPS 






two hundred fifty-five 



TENNIS 




MEN'S TENNIS 
Front row — Mark Trach, Chas Heron, Dan Detzel, Ed McQuillin, Al Little, Dave Glackin. Second row — Tim 
Irwin, Chuck Bahn, Lowell Rich, Murray Liddick, Jeff Walters, Coach Ronald Woods. 




SENIORS — Al Little, Ed McQuillin, Dan Detzel, Chas Heron. 



SCHEDULE 

WC — DREXEL 
WC — LEHIGH 
WC — AMERICAN U. 
WC — TEMPLE 
WC — KUTZTOWN 
WC — U. OF DEL. 
WC — MILLERSVILLE 
WC — LAFAYETTE 
WC — EAST STROUDSBURG 
WC — LA SALLE 
WC — BUCKNELL 
WC — RIDER 
WC — BLOOMSBURG 
ECC CHAMPIONSHIPS 




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SCHEDULE 

WC — SWARTHMORE 
WC — U. OF MARYLAND 
WC — BRYN MAWR 
WC — MIDDLE STATES 

TOURNAMENT 
WC — PRINCETON U. 
WC — URSINUS 
WC — IMMACULATA 
WC — PENN STATE 



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RUGBY SCHEDULE 


7 


WC — U.OFPENN. 12 





WC — PHILA.A'S 7 


8 


WC — PRINCETON 




All College Tourney WC — 1st place 


25 


WC — SOUTHSIDE 





WC — TURK'S HEAD 7 


7 


WC — LEHIGH 



Rugby is one of those sports almost everyone en- 
joys watching or participating in, whether they 
know the rules or not. This year's team, captained 
by Walt Bonstian, led an impressive 6-3 season, 
highlighted by taking first place in the All College 
Tournament. Among the scoring leaders were: 
Terry Spratt, Dave Racich, and Greg Reffenberger. 
Another key man for the Rugby team was Scott 
Bradbrud who helped the men carry on a winning 
season. 



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SCHEDULE 

WC — SANFORD MARATHON 

WC — U. OF PENN. 

WC — U. OF MARYLAND 

WC — TEMPLE U. 

WC — TOWSON STATE 

WC — URSINUS 

WC — ESC 

WC — PENN STATE 

WC — LOCK HAVEN 

WC — GLASSBORO 

WC — URSINUS 

WC — U. OF DELAWARE 

















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Back row —Sou Brown, Robin Plummer, Michelle LeFevre, Jayne Menzies, Gail Turner, Lynn Cox, Nancy 
Wakeneld, Brenda Becker, Lori Beifiglio, Asst. Coach Gwen Chaseman, Head Coach Robin Cash. Front row — 
Beki Beglin, Kim Tumilty, Barb MacNeill, Robin Altorfer, Karen Slusler, Jane Aderman, Beth Woodworth, Karen 

Shelton. 



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1978 Track Team 

Top row — Jeff Noel, Dave Detzel, Brian Foster. Duane Ander- 
son, Grant Norris, Keith Andrew, Cris Maioney, Doug Owens. 
Middle row — John Kelsh, Paul Shivers, Daryll Darlak, Mack 
DeBois, Art Pollard, John McVan, John Majewski, Bob Tomlin- 
son, Bruce Norris, Larry Knepper. Bottom row, kneeling — 
Chuck O'Keefe, Steve Kinsey, Joel Pechart, Rich Cooke, Mike 
Home, Matt Hart, Mark Jordan, Tony Willis. 



SCHEDULE 

WC — ST. JOSEPH'S 

WC — COLONIAL RELAYS 

WC — LEHIGH/BUCKNELL 

WC — LA SALLE/TEMPLE 

WC — RUTGERS INVITATIONAL 

WC — U. OF DEL. 

WC — PENN RELAYS 

ECC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

PHILA. METROPOLITAN 

ICAAAA 



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SCHEDULE 

WC — VILLANOVA 

WC — BUCKNELL 

WC — SALISBURY 

WC — KUTZTOWN 

WC — AMERICAN U. 

WC — GLASSBORO 

WC — LAFAYETTE 

WC — PENN STATE 

WC — LA SALLE 

WC ~ ST. JOSEPH'S 

WC — READING PHILLY'S 

WC — RIDER 

WC — TEMPLE 

WC — TRENTON STATE 

WC — U. OF DEL. 

WC — U. OF DEL. 

WC —PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE 

WC — VILLANOVA 

WC — EAST STROUDSBURG 

WC — ELIZABETHTOWN 

WC —LEHIGH 

WC — ST. JOSEPH'S 

WC — ST. JOHN'S 

WC — WIDENER 

WC — DREXEL U. 





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You are looking at a group of dedicated people who 
spend more hours working with athletics than the 
athletes themselves do. The athletic trainers club, under 
the supervision of Phil Donley (Eastern Athletic Trainers 
Association Trainer of the year), provides coverage for 
all intercollegiate sports teams of W.C.S.C., working 
primarily with the care and prevention of injuries. Most 
trainers are working towards their national certificates 
as an athletic trainer. 



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6 A.M. 

From some distant universe, 

I hear bells ringing. 

Crawling 

From the warm coccoon of my blankets, 

Like a newborn, eyes still shut, 

I calm the raging alarm. 

The sun, 

Its light and warmth, 

has yet to arrive. 

My mind. 

Swimming the sea between 

Two isles of consciousness, 

Is beached 

With a cold splash of water. 

The day before me 
seems like a mountain 
to be climbed. 
But I can't seem 
to get my boots on. 

Greg Di lorio 



two hundred eighty 



EFF 
DEAR SON YOUR GRADES ARRIVED 
SON 
YOU 
DID 
NT 
DO 

WELL SON I HOPE YOU'RE GLAD 
SON 
YOU 
BET 
TER 
GET 
A 
JOB 

Earl Adams 



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To grow old 

and not to grow young 

is to be as a 

song un-sung. 

Rita Fitzgerald 



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On Education 

He always wanted to explain things, 
But no one cared. 
So he drew. 

Sometimes he would draw and it wasn't enough. 
He wanted to carve it in stone or write it in the sky 
And it would be only him and the sky and the things 
inside of him that needed saying. 

It was after that he drew the picture. 

It was a beautiful picture. 

He kept it under his pillow and let no one see it. 

And he would look at it every night and think about it. 

And when it was dark and his eyes were closed, he could 

still see it. 

And it was all of him. 

And he loved it. 

When he started school he brought It with him, 

not to show anyone but just to have it with him like a friend. 

It was funny about school; 

he sat behind a square, brown desk like all the other 

square, brown desks, and he thought it should be red. 

And his room was a square, brown room like all the other 

square, brown rooms and it was tight and closed and stiff. 

He hated to hold a pencil and chalk, 

with his arms stiff and feet flat on the floor. 

When the teacher came and spoke to him, 

she told him to wear a tie like all the other boys. 

He said he didn't like them. 

She said it didn't matter. 

After that he drew. 

And he drew all yellow and it was the way he felt about morning. 

And it was beautiful. 

The teacher came and smiled at him. 

"What's this?" she said. "Why don't you dravv something 

like Ken is drawing?" "Isn't that beautiful?" 

After that his mother bought him a tie. 

And he always drew rocket ships and airplanes like 

everyone else. 

And he threw the old picture away. 

And when he lay alone looking at the sky 

it was big and blue and all of everything. 

But he wasn't anymore. He was square inside and brown 

and his hands were stiff. 

And he was like everyone else. 

And the things inside of him that needed saying 

weren't said anymore. 

It had stopped pushing — 

it was crushed. 

Stiff. 

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I was planted after you — 

in the Springtime I grew up next to you; 

I learned how to live in your shadow — 

\ ou, a spirited oak, 

I, a weakly elm. 

How'd we'd love to tilt in the wind 

and digest the sun & , 

letting our leaves down * 

when the rain comes. 

In the summer a new tree was planted . 
between you and me » 

and together we formed an indestructible line; 
Now I grew in the maple's shadow and 
he protected me with leaves 
much bigger than yours. 



In the Autumn we let all our leaves fall to the ground, 

the maple produced a carpet 

to keep my roots warm. 

I had forgotten how it felt 

to have our branches touch 

when the wind thought we must. 

In the winter it was, 'J*'*' 

when the sun shifted 

and you, my poor oak, 

tumbled dead, breaking my branches 

not giving any answers 

making me weep all the day 

while your trunk 

leaned on the maple. 






Julie Fitzgerald 



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With the first million he bought the castle. It was a rather silly affair. What had once been the 
moat, was now filled with wildflowers and garish weeds that bounded forth in all directions sending 
out shoots until they looked quite like a crowd of natives. Thus, they served the moat's original pur- 
pose and deterred the local wanderer from investigating too closely. 

She had wanted it, demanded it, but never asked him for it. No, not once. It had stood on the 
lonely hill for centuries and been vacated for at least twenty-five years before he had paid the 
modest sum that made him lord of the manor. 

With the second million he had made the castle habitable. Masons and stone cutters had replaced 
the missing north turret. Carpenters had made the dank shell into a manse quite befitting its 
nouveau riche master and mistress. Heavy brocade and damask draperies clothed the long windows. 
One by one the finest antiques began to find their way into the rooms of the castle. Soon the sounds 
of the workers' coarse language and laughter were replaced by the muffled hush of servant's voices 
as they rushed about doing their mistress' bidding. 

As the third and fourth million were being consumed, the lights of the castle were seen to sparkle 
at night. Echoes of laughter and lively music seeped down into the nearby valley. Deep black Rolls 
Royces sped through the darkness, drawing up before the castle doors and discharging their merry 
passengers. It was a grand time of sparkling diamonds and champagne. Lily pads replaced the 
hostile native weeds in the moat. But it was not enough. They had been to Versailles and now she 
must have a long hallway of glass with something to put at the end of it, a conservatory. A few years 
slipped away and the east and west wings were added. 

It was during the time of the tenth million and on the morning of their twentieth wedding anniver- 
sary that he awoke with an empty feeling. He had somehow arrived at the conclusion that he no 
longer loved her. What frightened him more was that he didn't think he ever had. It certainly didn't 
occur to him to think that he ever could. With overwhelming contriteness he presented her with an 
aviary filled with rare and exotic birds, whose beauty, he assured her, would never exceed her own. 
He had presented himself with a mistress; after all, everyone else at the club had one, why not him? 
He provided her with a simple yet elegantly appointed flat in town and began spending his time 
there. His wife never missed him. Her suite was in the west wing while his was now in the east wing. 





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He was a busy man, up at all hours, with visitors coming and going. The move was for her sake, he 
said quite earnestly. He was following her as she flitted from one part of the suite to another shuffl- 
ing through papers and closets. "What dear?" she would ask absently. He would start over again, 
resentfully, pausing expectantly for the comments and questions that never came. When he finally 
became abrupt with her she straightened up and gave him a slightly puzzled, harried look. She 
asked him why he felt it so necessary to pester her with trivial domestic problems that could easily 
be handled by the staff, when he knew she was expecting the shah for dinner and really, what did he 
think she should wear, the white or the blue gown? 

The white, he said a bit sheepishly, and apologetically. He had taken his leave of her then, 
sighing all the while with relief. That same week he ordered a heated pool and spa to be built for her 
personal use. 

By now the original castle was dwarfed by additions, taking up many acres and city blocks. In 
one of his more morbid moods he had three mausoleums built. They fringed the south end of the es- 
tate. Two were set quite close together and the third one was a distance apart, facing away from the 
other two. She never asked who the third one was for although they had no children. 

The year after he had amassed his first billion, she died. It was quite sudden and he had her body 
placed in the separate mausoleum. Then he did a quite remarkable thing. He called all of the 
wrecking firms within a fifty mile radius and had them report to the castle. Bit by bit, addition by 
addition they began to demolish everything except the original castle. The hall of glass was the first 
to fall. Shattering and splintering, it caught the rays of sunlight and finally achieved the beauty it 
had always lacked. For days afterwards, wildlife reports mentioned many rare bird sightings in the 
vicinity of the castle. Trucks lumbered up and down the long drive carrying loads of debris and 
returning for more. Chairs, sofas and all manner of furniture adorned the lawn, clustered in infor- 
mal, tight-knit groups like guests at a garden party. There they remained until various antique 
galleries and dealerships came to claim them. The castle was then boarded up and closed. The moat 
is filled with wildfiowers and garish weeds that resemble angry natives waving spears. A solitary 
mausoleum, covered with briars and ivy, stands guard. 

Nancv Bartholomew 



two hundred eighty- five 

n 



the 

table was rea 

dy for Christmas din 

ner. As the family took their 

ususal places, the slow hum of the 

motor began. Father pulled the chain ov 

erhead and the warm plates were lowered in fr 

ont of him. Mother pressed the foot lever to raise 

the soup tureen. There is always a burden on the old 

system when we have a holiday meal. The pulley on the sil 

ver server caught half-way and only two spoons came through. T 

he roast slid away from its place on the conveyor and came to rest 

on Mother's lap. By the time the vegetables were served, conversation 

was easy and everyone relaxed. It was the plum pudding that brought the di 

nner to a halt. When father turned the crank to raise it from the steamer, th 

e whole system exploded. A short circuit sent sprays of wine over everyone. Biscui 

ts, nuts, and mint flew across the room. Father swore. Mother fainted, and the childre 

n ran around trying to gather the scattered 

food 
food 
food 
food 
food 
food 
food 
food 

Delores Torney 



two hundred eighty-six 




I remember walking through the sunless port 
and watching the silent ocean 
when only the grievances of the gulls 
could be heard. 

It's of no consequence to me 
now that you're leaving — 
perhaps it is time. 

I wonder if you could ever begin to see 

the colors you introduced to me, 

between the sun and the clouds — 

our colors were soft, not hard. 

It seems strange to me 

that I don't remember them now. 




You set your flight carefully 
envisioning not dark nor light- 
Or colors faded. 

Julie Fitzgerald 




two hundred eighty-seven 



/ remember walking through 

the desolate drifts of 

wind-swept snow 

knowing how it felt to be alone. 

The trees seem to cackle 

with icy-cold laughter 

but the snow embraced them 

and kept them warm. 



sntoihi 



The winter came and smothered the fall 

and took life out of many 

but not all — 

Creatures were sleeping 

and people were creeping 

afraid and fearful 

of the winter snow fall. 

Julie Fitzgerald 




two hundred eighty-eight 




Waiting for a Unicorn 

Donna Righi 

On a barely lit street corner a silhoj^tte appeared beside an antiquated 
lamppost whose flame gradually dimmed tike a smooth, black form against the 
murky sky. Slightly bent and motionless as though time had tired its bones, it 
faced shops whose lights had long faal^rTlie hat. tilted, contrasted with the up- 
right street light. Across the deserted boule\ard. a laundromat now stood where a 
mo\ie theatre once had. Beyond the corner, the boulevard expanded into a broad 
thoroughfare with the sembfance of .^mali. structures oin either side. As if it had 
been biding its time for years ... ^^ ^ vA 

At some distance from thfs solitary imagK, a shiny white figure emerged — on 
its majestic forehead one startHng horii,. Ten yards from the drooping silhouette 
the animal's satiny sil\er-white coat appeared polished to brilliance. The treading 
of its hoofed feet did not disturb the tranquility of the silent street. Beneath the 
horn peered two searching eyes. As it passed in front of the figure that seemed un- 
disturbed for eternity, it bowed its head with dignity. 

The silhouette remained in the half-light and the splendid white being continued 
on and on. 



two hundred eighty- nine 



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I have learned 
how to walk erect 
after crawling 
for so long. 



two hundred ninety 




It was May 20. 

It was 78" and rising. 

It was fun. 

It was hot. 

It was 9:00 AM!! 

It was our graduation. 

It was noon. 

It was 85" ! 

Mom & Dad — 

It is me — 

the GRADUATE!! 




two hundred ninetv-one 




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We walked with heads held high 



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/wo hundred ninety-two 













and listened to "Pomp & Circumstance" 



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two hundred ninety-three 



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"There is nothing wrong with 
America that Americans can't set 
right." Pollster George Gallup, Jr. 
advised the soon-to-be graduates that: 
"College graduates are likely to par- 
ticipate and take leadership roles in 
community affairs . . . They are more 
likely to read . . . They are happy." 
Dr. Gallup also advised that: "we 
must never forget some of the 
monumental achievements of the 
1970s; the decline of infant mortality; 
the great strides of medical advance- 
ment; and the widespread availability 
of a college education." 




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two hundred ninety-four 



Dr. George J. Gallup 





two hundred ninety-five 





two hundred ninety-six 



I shall not pass this way again. Any good 
thing that I can do, or any kindness that I 
can show, let me do it now! Let me not defer 
it or neglect it. For I shall not pass this way 
again. 

Stephen Grellet 




two hundred ninety-seven 



Stairways 

to 

the 

Future. 




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ABEL, LORI RAE 124 Price St. West Chester, Pa. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4. Elementary Math Club 4. P.S.E.A. 4. 

ACHILLES, MARY ANNE 12230 Rambler Rd. Phila.. Pa. 
RHA I, 2. Treasurer 3. President 4. IGA 3, 4. Student Em- 
ployment 1.2.3. 4. Program Board 2. 

ADDEO, SHARLEAN JOY 26 Princeton Court Langhorne. 
Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3. 4. 
Softball I, 2. Majors Club 1. 2. 3. 



Chester. Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta 1.2. Sigma Alpha Iota 1.2. 
3, 4. College Choir 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Women's Chorus 1 . 
2. Women's Glee Club 4. Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 4. 
Lutheran Student Association 1,2.3, 4. 

ANDERSON, DEBORAH L. 109 Wood Rd. Springfield. Pa. 
Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. Historical Society 3. 4. (President}. 

ANDRAYO, DOROTHY M. 6502 Reedland St. Phila., Pa. 
Phi Alpha Omega 2. 3, 4. 



ANGELO, ALFRED F. 4634 Pilling St. Phila.. Pa. Baseball 

1. 2. 3. 4. Indoor Track 2. Intramurals 1.2.3, 4. 



ADERMAN, JANE MARIE 2 E. Dartmouth Circle. Media. 
Pa. Basketball 1. 2. Hockey 1.2.3. Lacrosse 1.2.3. 4. 

ADLER, DAVID GEORGE 424 Portland Dr. Broomall. Pa. 
Lamba Alpha Epsilon 4. Boxing Intramurals 3. The Willis 
House Social Club 3. 



ANTHONY, RICHARD P. 18 Hastings Ave. Havertown. 
Pa. Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. Football 1 . 2. Student Employment 
3. RA-Killinger Hall 4. 

ARNDT, KEVIN T. 226-A N. Everhart West Chester. Pa. 
Phi Alpha Theta 4. Historial Society 4. Intramurals 1 , 2. 



ALBANY, THOMAS JOSEPH Llewelyn St. Chester 
Heights, Pa. Friars 4. Theta Chi 2. 3. 4. Law Club 3. Ski Club 
4. Newman 3, 4. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 



ARNOLD, JAMES A. 154 N. Middlesex Dr. Carlisle. Pa. 
West Chester Musical Theater Co. 3. 4. CriminalJustice Club 
4. Mixed Choir 3. 4. Men's Chorus 3. 4. ECM 3, 4. 



ALCOCER, MARY SANDRA 204-K Prestbury Circle 
Newark, Delaware. Social Welfare Club 1. Young Democrats 
I. Intramurals 3. Student Employment 1,2,3, 4. 



AUSTIN, RICHARD R. 357 Lenni Rd. Lenni, Pa. Sociology 
Club 3. 4. Social Welfare Club 4. 



ALEXANDER, RUBY CAROLINE 105 S. AldenSt. Phola.. 
Pa BSU 1. Student Affairs Council 1. Student Employment 1. 

2, 3. 4. 

ALEXANDER, SANDRA LEE 617 Avenue F. Stroudsburg. 
Pa. German Club 1.2.3. Sec. 4. Concert Band 1. International 
House 4. Junior Year Abroad 3. Alpha Lambda Delta 1 , 2. 
Linguistics 4. 

ALTORFER, ROBIN 107 Garfield Ave. Cherry Hill, N.J. 
Valkyrie 2, 3. Badminton 1. Gymnastics 3. 4. Ice Hockey 1, 2. 

3, 4. Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4. Lacrosse I. 2, 3, 4. Auto Rally 
Club 3. Majors Club 1,2,3, 4. Student Employment 1.2,3, 4. 



B 



BAHN, ANNETTE L. Box 244 R.D.I. Windsor, Pa. Brass 
Ensemble 1.2.3. French Horn Trio 2. French Horn Quartet 2, 
4. Marching Band 1. 2. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Symphony 
Orchestra 3. 4. Women's Chorus 1. Symphonic Band 1. 2. 



BAILEY, DEBORAH A. 703 7th Ave. Asbury Park. N.J. 
Bowling 1. 2. 

BAILEY, KAREN J. 22 Franklin Ave. Hamburg. Pa. Nurs- 
ing Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1, 2. 



ANDERSON, CAROL E. 1054 Windy Knoll Rd. West BMLE\, KE\IN D. Alpha Phi Alpha 3. 4. Basketball 1. 3. 



three hundred 



Track & Field 1.2,3, 4. Intramurals 2. 4. 

BAKER, EDWARD M. 2832 Magee Ave. Phila.. Pa. In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. 

BAKER. KATHY J. 624 Glendale Rd. Newtown Square. Pa. 
Accounting Society 4. (President). 

BAKER, LORE L. 1412 Norwood House Rd. Downingtown, 
Pa. Theta Chi-Daughters of the Crossed Swords 3. 4. Psy- 
chology Club 1,2,3. 4. Wrestling Belles 1.2,3, 4, (President). 
Marching Band 4. Serpentine 4, (Sports Editor). Intramurals 

3, 4. 

BAKER, ROBERT S. 2303 E. Rock Rd. Perkasie. Pa. Pi Mu 
Epsilon 2. 3. 4. Pi Lambda Phi 1, 2. 

BANNISTER, THOMASINA E. 1349 Green St. Linwood 
Pa. BSU 1. CAS 1. 2, 3. 4. RHA I. Intramurals 1. Lacrosse2. 
Track & Field 3. Gospel Choir 1,2,3. 4. Marching Band 2, 3, 

4. Campus Crusade for Christ 1.2.3. 4. 



BASILE, DONNA M. 1430 Astar St. Norristown. Pa. Delta 
Zeta (Fund Raiser) 3. 4. Ski Club 4. 

BASORE, DANNY L. 118 Henry Ed. Norristown, Pa. Theta 
Chi 1. Basketball 1. Gymnastics 2. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 
Lacrosse 3. Track <& Field 1. 2. Chess Club 1. 

BATTISTA, ROBERT J. 209 Hickory Lane Newtown 
Square. Pa. Phi Epsilon Kappa 2. 3, 4. 

BAVER, THERESA H. 500 W. Rosedale Ave. West Chester. 
Pa. Lambda Alpha Epsilon 4. Student Employment 4. 

BAUMGARDNER,MARYG. 1104 Turner Ave. Dre.xel Hill. 
Pa. 

BEAM, KENNETH W. 579 Locust Grove Rd. West Chester. 
Pa. 

BEEARS, REBECCA H. 809 Kenhorst Blvd. Reading. Pa. 
Fencing (Secretary) 1.2.4. Linguistics 2. Psychology Club 1. 
2, 4. Russian 2. 4. National Student E.xchange 3. 



BARBO, LORRAINE A. 2755 St. Mary's Rd. Ardmore. Pa. 
Newman Club 4. 

BARLET, KIM M. 408 E. Evergreen Rd. Lebanon, Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Phi Epsilon Kappa 4. Theta Chi 1 , 2, 
(Secretary) 3, 4. Hockey 1 , 2. Intramurals 3, 4. Swimming & 
Diving I. 2. 3. (Captain) 4. P.S.E.A. 4. W.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. 
W.I. A. P. 1, 2. 3. 4. Lutheran Student Association 3. 4. 

BARNES, AMY W. 199 Ocean Lane Dr. Key Biscayne, Fla. 

BARNES, CARLOTTA E. 6628 Greene St. Phila., Pa. Alpha 
Kappa Alpha 2. 3, 4. College Choir 3. 4. Concert Band 1. 2. 
Marching Band 1. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Symphony Orchestra 1. 
2, 3. Women's Chorus 1. 2. National Panhellenic Council 3. 4. 

BARR, LYNN M. 226 Tally Ho Dr. Ambler. Pa. Alpha Phi 
Omega 3. 4. 

BART, JOHN J. 1109 Murphy Rd. Sarnia Ontario. Canada. 
Baseball I. 2. Ice Hockey 1. 2. Tennis 2. Tr.fick & Field 3. 
Newman 1.2.3. 4. International House I. 2. 3. 4. 



BECK, RICHARD D. Cambridge Hall Apts. Clare B-9. West 
Chester, Pa. Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. 4. Law Club 3. 4. Young 
Democrats 1,2.3. 4. 

BEEBE, ROGER B. 1367 Pottstown Pike B-2. West Chester. 
Pa. Commuter Government 4. Ski Club 4. Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 4. 

BELL, DIANE A. 38 Misty Pine Rd. Levittown. Pa. Alpha 
Sigma Tau 1 . 2. Intramurals 4. Nursing Club 3. 4. Women's 
Health Services 3, (Secretary). 

BELL, LISA M. 429 W. Union St. West Chester. Pa. 
Darlington Biological Society 4. 

BELLOMO, CECELIA M. 959 Harmony Hill Rd. West 
Chester, Pa. 

BENKO, JEAN A. 715 N. 24th St. Allentown. Pa. Sigma 
Alpha Iota 1. 2. 3. 4. Bowling 1. 2. M.E.N.C. 1. 2. Brass En- 
semble 1, 2. Marching Band I. 2. Symphony Orchestra 3. 4. 
Women's Chorus I. Symphonic Band I. 2. 



three hundred one 



BENNETT, JOANNE E. 136 Third St. Hanover. Pa. Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1.2,3. 4. Phi Mu Epsilon 3. 4. Anderson Math 
Club 2. 3. 4. (President). 

BERNTSEN, PAMELA J. 209 Shady Brook Lane Princeton. 
New Jersey. P.S.E.A. 4. Elem. Majors Math Club 4. 

BERSHIEM, ANNE M. 94 Glen Circle Broomall. Pa. Soc. 
Adv. Management 4. 

BERSIN, ROBERT W. 1101 Elberta Ave. Cornwell Heights. 
Pa. Brass Ensemble 2, 4. College Choir 3. Concert Band I. 2. 
Marching Band 1.2,3. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Men's Chorus 1 . 2. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 2. Quad Angles 2. 

BEST, ANN M. 108 Fir Trail Marshall. Texas. Women's 
Glee Club 4. Newman 4. Student Employment 1,2,3, 4. Cope 
Research Project I. 2. 3. 4. 

BIEDERSTHDT, DIANNE M. 169 Musket Rd. King of 
Prussia. Pa. Intramurals 2, 3. Valkyrie 2. 3. 4. Archery 2. 
Lacrosse 1. Swimming & Diving. {Manager} 1. 2. 3. 4. 
W.I. A. P. 1. 2, 3. Intramurals 2, 3. (Student Director). 



3, 4. Theta Chi-Daughters of the Swords 1 , 2. ( Vice-President) 

3. 4. (President). Desk Assistant 2. Resident Assistant 3. 

BOGDANOFF, PHILIP D. 7335 Drexel Rd. Phila.. Pa. 
Class Officer 3. (President). IGA. (Chairmen Food Service 
Commodity). Pi Kappa Delta 3. 4. Intramurals 1. Tennis I. 
Competitive Speech Team 2. 3. Debate Team 2. 3. Law Club 

4. Young Democrats 1.2.3. Student Employment 2. 3. 



BOGDEN, KATHLEEN D. 436 Gateswood Dr. 
Chester. Pa. Accoutning Society 4. 



West 



BOLLINGER, KIMBERLY M. 19 Forry Ave. Hanover. Pa. 

Alpha Phi 1. 2. (Executive Council. Secretary) 3, (Ad- 
ministrative Assistant) 4, (Pledge Trainer. Judicial Board). In- 
tramurals 1 . 2. 3. 4. Young Democrats 1, 2. Women's Glee 
Club 3. 4. (Social Chairperson). 

BONI, JOSEPH P. 7930 Bustleton Ave. Phila.. Pa. Ice 
Hockey 1. 2. Alchemists Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 

BONSTEIN, WALTER T. 970 Raubsville Rd. Easton. Pa. 
Football 1. Rugby 1.2,3, 4, (Captain). Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



BINNIG, DONNA E. 3705 John Dr. Brookhaven. Pa. 
Geography & Outing Club 2. Majors Club 4. 



BOSSARD, SUSAN E. 751 Fern St. Yeadon. Pa. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 2. 3. 4. (President). 



BIRD, DONNA F. 1403 Cardinal Dr. Coatesville. Pa. 
Valkyrie 2. 3. 4. Softball 1 . 2. 3. 4. Junior Year Abroad 1 .2. 3, 
4. 

BLAIR, DIANE I. 4512 Linmore St. Phila., Pa. BSU 1. 2. 
Alchemist Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 2, 3, 
4. Quad Angles 2. Student Employment 1,2,3. 4. 



BOWMAN, PATRICIA H. 2440 W. Chester Rd. Coatesville. 
Pa. Anderson Math Club 3. 4. Ski Club 3. 4. 

BOYER, EDWARD J. 1408 N. 14th St. Reading. Pa. Phi Mu 
Alpha 4. Criterions 1.2.3. Marching Band 1.2,3. 4. Mixed 
Choir 1. Men's Chorus I. Symphony Orchestra 3. Wind En- 
semble 1. 2. 3. 4. 



BLEWITT, ROBERTA L. 167 Sherman Rd. Springfield, Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1. String Ensemble 1. 
Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Women's Chorus 1. 



BLISS, JEAN F. 532 Delancy Circle Devon. Pa. Kappa Delta 
Pi 3. 



BOYLE, EILEEN F. 2747 Forwood St. Chester. Pa. Alpha 
Sigma Tau 1.2.3. (Custodian). 4. Majorette 2. 3. 

BOYLE, JANET A. 1015 Harry St. Conshohocken. Pa. 
Equestrian Club 3. 4. Geography & Outing Club 3, 4. New- 
man 3. 4. 



BLONSKI, DEBORAH M. 4312 Mt. Vernon Ave. 
Brookhaven, Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 



BOZZELLI, MICHAEL F. 70 Park Ave. West Caldwell. 
N.J. Theta Chi I. 2, 3, 4. Boxing 4. Football 1, 2, 3. 4. 



three hundred two 



BRADLEY, RENEE D. 938 58th St. Phila.. Pa. Student Em- 
ployment 3. 4. BSU 4. 

BRADLEY, SAMUAL M. 937 E. Nth St. Chester. Pa. In- 
tramurals 3, 4. Anthropology Club I. 2. 3. {Treasurer) 4. 
(President ). Linguistics Club 2. 3. 4. (Treasurer). 
Anthropology 3. 4. 

BRANTLEY, DAVID H. 3211 Greene Countrie Dr. New- 
town Square. Pa. Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4. Little Theater Club 3, 
4, (Secretary-Treasurer). Theater Productions 3. 4. West 
Chester Musical Theater Co. 3. 4. 



BRUM, ANGELA B. 843 Ormind Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. 

BRUCELLL JOSEPH P. 725 W. Marshall Norristown, Pa. 
Boxing 3. 4. Football 1 , 2, 3, 4. Wrestling I. 

BUESCHEN, STEVE M. 5-26 Bryant Place Fair Lawn. N.J. 

Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. Accounting Society 4. Soc. Adv. 
Management 3. Resident Assistant 4. 

BUCK, ANNE MARIE T. 128 Washington Ave. N. Wales. 
Pa. Psi Chi 3. 4. Geography <& Outing Club 2. Kayak <& Canoe 
Club 2. Psychology Club I. 2. 3. 4. 



BREAUX. DARWIN P. P.O. Box 238 Pierre Part. 
Louisiana. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4. Football 1.2.3. 4. Golf 2. 



BUCKWALTER, JUDITH A. 601 Walnut St. Royersford. 
Pa. 



BRECHT, GEORGE T. 312 Hamel Ave. North Hills. Pa. 
Lambda Chi Alpha 2. 3. 4. Cross Country 4. Intramurals 2. 3. 
4. Ski Club 2. 3. 4. College Choir 3. Marching Band 1. Mixed 
Choir 1. 2. Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2. 4. 

BREIT, PETER M. 361 Oakland Rd. Lebanon. Pa. 

BREITENSTIEN, ELIZABETH A. R.D. §1 Box 402 
Douglasville. Pa. Softball 3. (Manager}. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 

BRETHERICK, CATHY B. 50 Green Dr. Churchville. Pa. 
Daedalus 3. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 

BROCKLEBANK, CARYN R. R.D. #2 Brickyard Rd. 
Freehold. N.J. Flute Ensemble 3. Wind Ensemble 3. College 
Choir 3. Concert Band 1. Marching Band 1 . 2. 3. Mixed Choir 
1. 2. Symphony Orchestra 3. Women's Glee Club 1. 2. 

BROWN. JONI M. Box 372 Nottingham. Pa. Gamma Theta 

Epsilon 3. 4. (Vice-President). Prof. Geography Club 1. 2. 
(Public Relations). 3. 4. (Vice-President). 



BUEHLER. LEROY C. 5218 Saul St. Phila.. Pa. In- 
tramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 

BUFFINGTON, GLENN L. R.D. Elizabethville. Pa. Pi Mu 
Alpha 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 3. Concert Band 1. Marching Band 1.2. 
3. 4. Mixed Choir I. Men's Chorus 1. Symphony Orchestra 3. 
Wind Ensemble 3.4. 

BULLEY, BONNIE L. 307 Meadowbrook Lane Broomall. 
Pa. Alpha Phi Omega 1. 2. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Ski Club 4. 
Math Club 3, 4. Marching Band 2. 

BULMAN, GERARD H. 1540 Pennsylvania Ave. Paoli. Pa. 
American Criminal Justice .4ssn. 4. Football 1.2.3. 4. Rugby 
1, 4. Law Club 4. 

BURRELL, BRENDA R. 1824 W. Champlost Phila.. Pa. 
BSU 1. 2. Alpha Kappa Alpha 3. 4. Gospel Choir 1. 2. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 4. 

BUONI, DEAN R. R.D. 3 Dutton Mill Rd. West Chester. 
Pa. Rugby 1, 2. 3. (Co-Captain I 4. 



BRONSON, LINDA J. 1006 Ripley St. Phila.. Pa. Alpha Phi 
Omega 1 , 2. 3, 4. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Young Democrats 1. 
Rampage 2. 

BRUCE, ELLEN D. 1306 Morstein Rd. West Chester. Pa. 



BURNS, JANET L. 347 Harwicke Rd. Springfield. Pa. ACE 
2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 2. 3. 

BURUSCHKIN, ELIZABETH O. 131 Lakeview Dr. Exton. 
Pa. 



three hundred three 



BUTERA, ANGELO J. 595 Grave! Pike Graterford. Pa. 
RHA 4. Intramurals 3. 4. Volleyball 3. 

BYERS, PATRICA L. 252 E. Jackson Si. New Holland. Pa. 
Gymnastics 1 . 2. Swimming & Diving 3. Track & Field 4. Ma- 
jors Club 4. Track Club 4. Women's Club 4. 



Softball 1, 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4. 

CARRINGTON, CHERYL D. 1332 S. 24th St. Phila.. Pa. 
BSU !. 2. 3. 4. Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4. Gospel Choir I. 2. 3. 4. 
Marching Band 1 . 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1 . 2, 3, 4. Student Em- 
ployment 3, 4. 



CAFFIE, FAYETTA 6535 N. Gratz Si. Phila.. Pa. BSU I. 2. 
3. 4. Anderson Math Club 2. 3. 



CARROLL, BARBARA A. 72 Graystone Lane Levittown. 
Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. ACE 2. 3. 4. Anderson Math Club 3, 
4. PSIM 3. 4. (Secretary). NCTM 3. 4. PCTM 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 
4. Elem. Majors Math Club 3. 4, (Secretary). Serpentine 3. 

CAMPISL LINDA 500 W. Rosedale Ave. West Chester, Pa. 



CALVANL PEGGY A. 176 Indian Creek Dr. Levittown. Pa. 
Young Democrats 1.2.3, 4. Daedalus 4. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN D. 16 Inbrook Rd. Levittown. Pa. Tau 
Kappa Epsilon I. 2. 3, 4. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 

CAMPBELL, TRACEY B. 5 Stailey Circle Camp Hill. Pa. 



CASTALDO. RICHARD J. 39 Caruth Ave. Elmwood Park, 
N.J. Baseball I, 2. 3. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Majors Club 2. 3, 
4. 

CAVOLINA, RUDOLPH A. 108 W. Market St. West 
Chester. Pa. Alpha Psi Omega 4. Ice Hockey 2. S.E. T.S. Crew 
4. Theatre 208 Productions 2. 3. 4. West Chester Musical 
Theatre Co. 3. 4. WCSC-ETV 4. Intramurals 3, 4. Quad 4. 



CANEILA, MADELEINE S. 157 Lewis Ave. E. Lansdowne. 
Pa. College Choir 3. Concert Band 1.2.3. Marching Band 1 . 
2. 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Women's Chorus 1, 2. Woodwind 
Ensemble 2. Newman 1,2,3, 4. 

CAPONE, JOSEPH P. 2244 S. Hicks St. Phila.. Pa. Golf I . 
2. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Synchronized 
Swimming 3. Art Association 2. Spanish Club 1.2.3. 4. 

CARBO, JANE M. 2635 Narcissa Rd. Plymouth Meeting. 
Pa. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. Nursing 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Women's Glee Club 1, 2. 

CAREY, JOHN J. 344 Fairfax Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. Ac- 
counting Society 4. Semper Fi Club 2. 3. 4. 

CAREY, MARCY A. 730 Walnut St. Ashland. Pa. Newman 
1. Daedalus 1 , 3. 4. Quad Angles (Associate Editor). 4 (Editor- 
in-Chief), 3 (Business and Advertising). APSCUN 2. Inter- 
collegiate Press Assoc. 3. 



CELLUCCI, ANTHONY D. 109 Fairfax Rd. Rosemont, Pa. 

CHAMBERS, MARY P. E-52 Ramsgate Ct. Apts. West 
Chester, Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 4. Gold 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1 . 2, 
3. 4. Lacrosse 1. Newman 1. Student Employment 3, 4. 

CHAPPELL, DIANE E. 3807 Oakhill Rd. Phila.. Pa. In- 
tramurals 3,4. 

CHARTERS, DONNA S. 1008 Highland Ave. Fort 
Washington. Pa. Basketball 1. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Equestrian Club 1. 2. 3. 



CHERRY, KATHLEEN 406 W. Layfayette St. 
Chester, Pa. Quad Angles 3.4, (News Editor}. 



West 



CHOMINSKI, FRANK A. 102 Waterford Circle 
Wallingford, Pa. Boxing 4. Football 1. Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 3, 4. Accounting Society 4. 



CARPENTER, CINDY A. 31 Akers Ave. Montvale, N.J. CHRIST, JAMES F. 2 Cardinal Rd. Levittown, Pa. Sigma 



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Pi 2. 3, 4. Intramurals 1,2.3. 4. Accounting Society 4. Ski 
Club 3. 4. Soc. Adv. Management 4. Sanderson Dorm Council 
I. 2. 3. 

CHRISTENSON. JOAN M. 1603 Margo Ln. West Chester. 
Pa. ACE 4. Women's Glee Club 4. 



COLYER, EDRIS R. 116 Hansey Terrace Collingdale. Pa. 

CONWAY. WAYNE 305 Mayfield Ave. West Chester. Pa. 
Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4. Fencing 2. 3. Equestrian Club I . Little 
Theatre 1. 2, 3. 4. Theatre 208 1,2,3, 4. Musical Theatre 
Company 2, 3, 4. Quad Angles 3. 



CHRISTY, DAVID G. 500 Mack Rd. Pottstown. Pa. College 
Choir 4. Mixed Choir 3. Men's Chorus 1, 2. 



CICCONE, LOUIS P. 820 Oakwood Dr. Glenolden. Pa. Soc. 
Adv. Management 3. Accounting Society 3. 



CICCOTTI, MICHAEL P. 1402 Colwell Rd. Conshohoken, 
Pa. Ski Club 2, 3. Intramurals 2, 3. Health Majors Club 2, 3, 
4. Rec. Services 2, ( Vice President and acting President). 

CLARK, MARYELLEN K. 549 E. Scenic Rd. Springfield. 
Pa. Soc. Adv. Management 3.4. 

CLAYTON, JEANNE L. 603 Cramer Ave. Point Pleasant. 
N.J. IGA 2. 3. Pi Kappa Delta 3. 4. Brass Ensemble I, 2. 
College Choir 3. 4. Criterions 1. Marching Band 1.2,3. Mixed 
Choir 1 . 2. Women's Choir 1 . 2. Women's Chorus 1 , 2. Wind 
Ensemble 1,2,4. 



CONCANNON, DEIRDRE M. 117 Ridgefield Rd. Newton 
Square. Pa. Communter Government 1.2,3, 4. Psychology 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 

CONNER, CHARLES C. 107 W. 8th St. Media. Pa. CUAB 
2, 3. Rugby 2. 3. Earth and Space Science Club 2, 3. 4. Ski 
Club 4. Intramurals 2, 3. 4. 



CONNER, SUSAN L. RD #1 . Street Rd. Kennett Square. 
Pa. Law Club 4. Slimnastics Instructor 4. 



CONNER, MARIE L. 2050 Valley View Dr. Folcroft. Pa. 
Delta Zeta 3. 4. Ski Club 4. 



CONOVER, HOLLY K. 921 S. Main St. Phoenixville. Pa. 
M.E.N.C. 1. College Choir 3. 4. Madrigal Choir 1. Mixed 
Choir 1 . 2. Musica Antigua 3. 4. Women's Chorus 1. Campus 
Crusade for Christ 4. 



CLOETINGH, JOAN (EDWARDS) 310 Dean St. West 
Chester. Pa. RHA 1. 2. IGA 2. LaCrosse 1. 3. 



COOK, VALERIE L. 213 Greeley St. Hightstown. N.J. 
P.S.E.A. 4. Alchemists Club 4. 



CLOUD, MARY L. 626 E. Cypress St. Kenneth Square. Pa. 
Lambda Alpha Epilson 4. 



CORCORAN, CATHIE A. 3536 Ainslie St. Phila.. Pa. Law 
Club 3, 4. (V.P.). 



COHEN, AVIS D. 1950 W. Hollywood St. Philadelphia. Pa. 
BSU 3. 



CORDISCO, NANCY M. 911 Green Ave. Bristol. Pa. Ski 
Club 3. 4. 



COLLINS, COLETTA C. 86 Pine St. Oxford. Pa. 



CORR, RICHARD J. 101 N. Five Points Rd. West Chester, 
Pa. Apt. F-10. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 



COLLINS, NANCY A. 124 Linden St. West Chester. Pa. 
RHA 3, 4. (Vice President) IGA 3, 4. Alpha Sigma Tau 3. 4. 
Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4. Art Association 2. Geography Club 4. 
Outing Club 4. Kayak and Canoe Club 4. Sketch Club 2. Ex- 
ecutive Council 4. National Student Exchange 3. Student 
Academic Affairs 4. Student Employment 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 
4. 



CASENZA, KATHLEEN M. 380 Steeplechase Dr. Media, 
Pa. P.S.E.A. 1. 2. 

COSGROVE, COLLEEN A. 142 Chestnut Hill Ln. 
Reisterstown, Md. Valkyrie 1.2,3. Badminton 1,2,3, (Cap- 
tain) 4. Tennis 1.2,3, 4. Majors Club 1. Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



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COTNER, AMY B. RD §5. Danville. Pa. Intramurals 1.2.3, 
4. 

COX, COLLEEN M. 508 Bryn Mawr Ave. Bryn Mawr. Pa. 
Gymnastics 1.2.3. 4. Linguistics I. 2. Ski Club 2. 3. 4. Young 
Republicans 1,2. Quad Angles 4. Intramurals 1 . 2. 3. 4. 

COYNE, TERRENCE P. 1703 Tyson Rd. Havertown. Pa. 
Boxing 3. 4. Football I. 



DAVIS, THOMAS J. 606 Autumn Lane. Media. Pa. 

DAVIS, VIRGINIA A. 99 Forest Ave. Glen Ridge, Pa. 
Basketball 1 . 2. Lacrosse 4. Track and Field 4. Field Hockey 
1,2.3. Outing Club Pres. 3, 4. Outward Bound Inslr. 2, 3, 4. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM 114 S. Springgarden. Ambler. Pa. 

DEAL, JOHN K. 130 E. Coole Ave. Glenolden. Pa. 



CRAWFORD, HELEN M. 1424 Grace Rd. Swarthmore. Pa. 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4. Intramurals 2. 4. DEAN, LAURIE 124 Linden St. West Chester. Pa. 



CRESCENZ, JOSEPH M. 7443 Thouron Ave. Phila.. Pa. 
Rubgy 1.2.3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 

CRIMMINS, MARGARET 126 Lancaster Rd. Freehold. 
N.J. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Gymnastics 1.2.3. Intramurals 3. 4. 
Majors Club 1. 2. Track Club 2. Newman 1.2,3, 4. FCA 1, 2, 
3. 4. 

CROUCH, ROBERT H. 57 North Court Lane Levittown. 
Pa. Boxing 2. Football 1, 2, 3. 4. Varsity Club 3. 4. 

CUNHA, IRENE M. 1365 Pennington Rd. Phila., Pa. Inter- 
national Club 2, (Treasurer). French Club 2. 4. Spanish Club 
2. International House 2. 



DEBNAR, JEAN RD §1. Box 183 Factoryville. Pa. 

DECARO, CYNTHIA 1247 Leedom Rd. Havertown. Pa. 

DEGEORGE, THERESA A. 408 Douglass St. Reading. Pa. 

DELANEY, JOHN 274 Prince Frederick King of Prussia. 
Pa. 

DELASKI, CYNTHIA M. 435 S. Walnut St. West Chester, 
Pa. 

DELA VILLA, ANNA MARIA 40 Aberdale Rd. Bala 
Cynwyd, Pa. 



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DANTONIO, DOROTHY A. 106 Mancil Rd. Media, Pa. 
DAVID, LOIS T. 3464 Baldwin Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 
DAVIS, JAMES N. 3512 Washington Ave. Brookhaven, Pa. 
DAVIS, MARTHA L. 541 S. Matlack St. West Chester, Pa. 
DAVIS, RONDA R. 5745 Wyalusing Ave. Phila., Pa. 



DELP, DEBRA L. 913 Amity St. Reading. Pa. 

DEMONDE, KATHY JO 291 W. Greenwood Ave. 
Lansdowne. Pa. 

DERELLA JR., JOSEPH J. 820 Ward St. Allentown, Pa. 

DERICKSON, JOSEPH W. Beaver Valley Rd. Chadds 
Ford. Pa. 

DESANTIS, CLARA L. 700 E. Marshall C301 West 
Chester, Pa. 



DAVIS, SCOTT 1211 Malinda Rd. Oreland. Pa. 



DESPIRITO, ALBERTA 133 Dean St. West Chester, Pa. 



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DETZEL, DANIEL 2713 Anita Dr. Dover. Pa. 



DIMARTIN, DIANE E. 170 Lake Dr. Downingtov^n. Pa. 



DEVECCHIS, LYNNE 32 Saint Pauls Rd. Ardmore. Pa. DIMATTIA, MARILYN S. 2111 Dombey Rd. Wilmington. 

DE 



DEVINE (MCBRIDEl. MARGARET M. RD 2 Box 305 

IVest Grove. Pa. 



DEMRGILIIS. JAMES J. 18 South Maple Ave. Upper 
Darby. Pa. 



DIMARDO. BARBARA 315 .V. Bobbin Mill Rd. Broomall. 
Pa. 

DISCHERT, JEAN // Shelbourne Rd. Havertown. Pa. 



DEVORICK, JOHN 422 N. 21st. St. Camp Hill. Pa. 



DOAN, RUTH 321 Darlington St. West Chester. Pa. 



DEWALT, ERIC W. 412 W. Union St. West Chester. Pa. 

DEWOLF, KAREN Street Rd. at Tanguy Glen Mills. Pa. 

DIACK, SANDEI N.L. 812 Goshen Rd. West Chester. Pa. Pi 
Kappa Delta 3. Soc. Adv. Management 4. Program Board 4. 
Ad Hoc Committee Co-Chairperson 4. 



DOHERTY, MARYANN T. 2635 Kirk Ave. Broomall. Pa. 



DOLENTE, MARGARET A. 1216 Mason Ave. Dre.xel Hill. 
Pa. 



DOLINGER, DAVID Westtown School Westtown. Pa. 



DICHTER. JANICE 2842 Sebring Rd. Phila.. Pa. 



DOMINGUEZ, MICHAEL 617 Ridge St. Bethlehem. Pa. 



DIEFENDERFER, DAVID W. RD 3 Box 33 Coalesville. Pa. DONNELL. DEBRA L. 1573 Sullivan Dr. Norristown. Pa. 



DIEFENDERFER, SARAH E. RD 3 Box 33 Coalesville. Pa. 

DIFABIO. CLAIRE M. 175 .V. Greenwood Ave. Lansdowne. 
Pa. 



DORCHESTER, JANE E. 301 Westtown Way West 
Chester. Pa. 



DORWARD, JOHN 428 Evergreen Rd. Lebanon. Pa. 



DIGGORY. BEVERLY L. 1462 Rainer Rd. Brookhaven. Pa. 



DOTSEY, JOAN V. 130 Upland Terrace Bala Cynmd. Pa. 



DIGIESI, JOANN 2820 E. Thompson St. Phila.. Pa. 



DOUGHERTY, JOSEPH 2610 Harding Ave. Broomall. Pa. 



DIGILIO, RUSSELL 909 Lewis Lane Rosemoni. Pa. 



DOUGLASS, CAROL S. 309 Schuykill Rd. Spring City. Pa. 



DIIORIO, GREGORY W. 308 W. Bernard St. West Chester. 

Pa. DOUDALL, THOMAS P. 1204 Gateway Lane West 

Chester, Pa. 
DIKS, KAREN J. 54 Heather Hill Rd. Cresskill. N.J. 

DOWDEN, MICHAEL 500 W. Rsdle Mag C-2 West 
DIMARINO, DIANE N. 2517 Larkin Rd. Boothwyn. Pa. Chester. Pa. 



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DOWNEY. ROBERT F. 304 E. Marshal Apt. 924 West 
Chester. Pa. 

DOXTADER, KAREN M. 2106 Darby Rd. Apt. D Haver- 
town, Pa. 

DREW, DANIEL R. 319 S. New Ardmore Ave. Broomall. 
Pa. 



EAST, BRUCE 620 S. Franklin F-48 West Chester. Pa. 



EDGELL, WILLIAM L. 412 N. Jackson St. Media. Pa. 



EDWARDS, JEFFREY W. 520 W. 3rd. St. Birdsboro. Pa. 



EHNOT, MARK Pawlings Rd. RD 1 Phoenixville. Pa. 



DRUFFNER, CATHERINE A. RD Box 143 Hummelstown. ^^^^^^ p^^^ M. 1243 A. Wood Rd. Phila.. Pa. 

Pa. 



DRYER, JUDITH A. 20 Greendale Rd. Cedar Grove. N.J. 



EICHHORN, MARY 377 York Rd. Carlisle. Pa. 



r^.inr-nKTAc- in irMiM -1- j:>o D 11 o. c I D EISBERG, LELAND 646 N. Ninth St. Allentown, Pa. 

DUBERNAS JR., JOHN T. 438 Broomall St. Folsom, Pa. 



DUCK, CAROL L. 8 Hill St. Hanover. Pa. 



EISENHUT, DALE G. 417 N. llth St. Reading. Pa. 



DUGAN, SHERYL A. 24 Woodlawn Rd. Warminister, Pa. 



ELDER JR., KENNETH 27 E. Central Ave. Paoli, Pa. 



DUNBAR, THERESA 3 S. Brighton Ave. Upper Darby. Pa. 



ELLIS, ROBERTA A. 1087 Glenside Rd. West Chester. Pa. 



DUNFEE, KERRY 26 Alexander St. Babylon. N.Y. 



EMERY, ANNA M. 716 S. Penn St. West Chester. Pa. 



DUPLER, BETTY L. 146 I. St. Carlisle. Pa. 

DURBANO, (MORRISON), ALICE 305 Market St. Marct4S 
Hook. Pa. 

DURNING, MICHAEL J. 141 Denbigh Terr. Ind. West 
Chester. Pa. 

DUVAL, FRANK E. 571 W. Marshall St. West Chester. Pa. 

DWYER, SUSAN 1418 Spruce St. Ashland. Pa. 

DYSON, TIMOTHY S. RD 2 Phoenixville. Pa. 



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EARNEST, PATRICIA A. 1385 Kirkland Ave. West 
Chester. Pa. 



EMERY, CLIFTON R. 220 Pennsylvania Ave. Dow- 
ningtown. Pa. 

ENDERLEIN, ELIZABETH T. 139 N. Mansfield Blvd. 
Cherry Hill. N.J. 

ENGEL, LAUREL 52 Snyder Lane, Springfield. Pa. 

ENGEL, RICHARD K. 1335 South St. Pottstown. Pa. 

ENNIS, MICHAEL 307 Grant Ave. Croydon. Pa. 

ENNIS, THOMAS 3247 Hazelwood Ave. Thorndale, Pa. 

ERSEK, SHARON L. 219 Parkview Dr. Springfield. Pa. 

ESTERBROOK, KARL ALLEN 130 Hemlock Rd. Ephrata, 
Pa. 



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EVANS, BARBARA A. 32 Marlton Rd. Woodslown, N.J. FEINBERG, JAY LAURENCE 5 Bogert Place Spring 

Valley. N.Y. Football I. Wrestling 2. 3. 4. 



EVERHART, CAROL 50 East 10th Ave. York. Pa. 
EVERLY, KAREN 3821 Bonsall Ave. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



FELICIANL DOLORES MARIE 2008 S. Bonsall St. Phila.. 
Pa. Alpha Lamda Delta 1. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Student Em- 
ployment 2. 



EYLER, PATTI A. 23 Delaware Ave. Ridley Park. Pa. 



FELSBURG, DEBRA LYNNE Continental Dr. Valley 
Forge. Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Women's Glee Club 3. 4. 



FAGAN, MIRIAM 7772 Green Valley Rd. Wyncote. Pa. Str- 
ing Ensemble 1. 2. 3. 4. Symphony Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Women's Chorus 2. M.E.N.C. 3. 4. 



FERRARO, CHARLES MICHAEL 606 Clifton Ave. 
Collingdale. Pa. 



FICCA. THOMAS ANTHONY 990 Olive St. Coatesville. 
Pa. Majors Club I. 2. 3, 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 



FALCO, MICHAEL JOHN 3 Parkway Circle Broomall. Pa. 
Hockev 3. 4. 



FALEN, MELISSA 304 Marshall St. #932 West Chester. Pa. 
Bowling 1 . 2. Hockey Manager 1 . Lacrosse 1 . Tennis Manager 
3. Intramurals 1.2.3. Outing Club 1, 2. Outward Bound 2. 

FANELLI, REGINA MARIE 2230 Stanwood St. Phila.. Pa. 
Community Service 1 . 2. Social Welfare Club 2. 3. 4. 



PARIS, KATHY ANNE 117 Linden West Chester. Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3. 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 
3. College Choir 2. Concert Band 2. 3. Mixed Choir 2. 
Symphony Orchestra 4. Women's Chorus 2. 

FARKIS, MATTHEW 1417 Linden Lane West Chester. Pa. 
Intramurals 3,4. 



FAULKNER, CHERYL RAE 2242 Cambridge Rd. 
Broomall. Pa. Student Affairs Council 1. Alpha Phi Omega 1 . 
2. 3, 4. (President Sophomore). WCUR 3. Intramurals 1 . 2. 3. 



FAUST, SUE ANN 2753 Miriam Ave. Roslyn. Pa. Delta 
Zeta 1 , 2, (Recording and Corresponding Secretary). 3 (Lamp 
Editor). Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Alchemists Club 4. Darlington 
Biological Society 4. 



FIDANZA, VICTORIA ANN Penn Green Rd. Avondale. 
Pa. Commuter Government 4. Off Campus Student .Assoc. 3. 
4. Program Board 4. 

FILLIPO, BRUCE KEVIN 392 Marilyn Rd. Warminster. 
Pa. Lamda Chi Alpha 3. 4. Darlington Biological Society 1 , 2. 
Concert Band 1. 2, 3. Intramurals 3. 4. 

FIORELLO, VIRGINIA CATHERINE 636 Woodland Dr. 
Havertown. Pa. RHA 3. 4. Alchemists Club 1.2.3. 4. Student 
Employment 3.4. 

FISCHER, KAREN MARIE / Linda Lane Berlin. N.J. 
Community Service 1 . Theta Chi 3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

FISHEL, PATRICIA ANN 110 West Green St. 
Shiremanstown, Pa. Abbe Society 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1, 2. 

FISHER, GARY 1107 Fillmore St. Phila.. Pa. Anthropology 
Club 3. 4. Historical Society 3. 4. Law Club 3. 4. (President). 
Ski Club 3. 4. 

FITZGERALD, JULIANNE 2058 Waterloo Rd. Berwyn. 
Pa. Daedalus 3. 4. Serpentine 3. 4. Who's Who 4. 

FITZPATRICK, MAUREEN ANNE 538 Hampshire Rd. 
Drexel Hill, Pa. Cheerleader 1. Intramurals 2. 3. Track & 
Field 1. 2, 3, 4. Track Club 1.2, 3, 4, (President 75-77). 



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FLAMMA, BRUCE M. 1155 Mill Creek Rd. Southampton. FRANKO, WAYNE A. Box 267 Spring House. Pa. Kappa 

Pa. Concert Band I, 2. 3, 4. Mixed Choir 3. Men's Chorus 3. Delta Pi 3, 4. Wrestling 1, 2. Alchemists Club 3. 4. 



FLATLEY, THERESA MARIE 222 Sharon Ave. Sharon 
Hill. Pa. Paramedical Association 3, 4. 



FLEMING. MARLENE FRANCES 2468 S. Lowell St. 
Arlington, Va. M.E.N.C. 4. College Choir 4. Mixed Choir I. 
2. Women's Chorus 1 , 2. Concert Choir 3. 



FLOURAS, KATHERINE 341 S. Walnut St. Lancaster. Pa. 
Basketball 1 , 2. Hockey 2. 3, 4. Lacrosse 3. 4. Intramurals 2. 
3. 4. 

FLYNN, MARGARET A. 513 Beatty Rd. Springfield. Pa. 
Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. ACE 3, 4. P.S.E.A. 3, 4. Serpentine 4. 



FRASER, JOYCE LYNN 40 St. Mary Dr. Sulcasunna. N.J. 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. Intramurals 2, 3. 4. Softball 1. Track & 
Field 2. Geography and Outing Club 2, 3. 4. Campus Crusade 
for Christ 2. 3. 4. ECM 2. 3. 4. 

FREEDMAN, IAN ROBERT 5019-G S. Covent lane Phila., 
Pa. 

FREEH, KATHLEEN M. RD #4 Bethlehem. Pa. Alpha Phi 
Omega 1. 2. 3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Alpha Phi I. 2. 3. 4. 
Speech Path & Audiology Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Bel Canto 2. 3. 
Symphony Orchestra 1. Women's Glee Club 1 . 2. 3. Newman 
1. 2. 



FLYNN, SUSAN JEAN 404 Walnut St. Westwood. N.J. 
Darlington Biological Society 2. 3, 4. Marching Band 2, 3. In- 
tramurals 2, 3. 

FORESE, SUE ANN 1219 Stirling St. Coatesville. Pa. Ad- 
ministration (Accounting). Accounting Society 3. 4. 

FORREST, PATRICE MARIA 709 S. 56th St. Phila. Pa. 

FOTI, JEANNE MARIE 125 Signal Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



FRODIGH, DEBORAH A. 3607 Colony Rd. Fairfax. Va. 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. Track & Field 1. 2. 3. 4. Majors Club 1. 
Track Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Lutheran Student Association 1. In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

FULLERTON, JILL MARY 500 Prospect Ave. Prospect 
Park. Pa. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 4. Speech 
Path & Audiology Club 2, 3. 4. (Secretary). 

FURA, DANIEL J. 1556 Cotton St. Reading. Pa. Daedalus 
3. 4. 



FREMONT, RICHARD LAWRENCE 707 Wisteria Rd. 
Newtown Sq.. Pa. CAS 4. Commuter Government 2, (Chair- 
man of Social Committee}. IGA 3, 4. (Chairman of Legal 
Rights and Responsibilities Committee 3, 4; member of 
Finance Committee}. Student Rep. from IGA Academic Ap- 
peals Board 3. 4. Law Club I. 2. (Sec./Treas.}, 3 (Pres.}. 



GALLAGHER, LOIS A. 225 Pershing Ave. Collingdale. Pa. 
Accounting Society 4. 



FRITSCH, PAUL DAVID // Oakleigh Rd. Allentown. Pa. 
Intramurals 3. 4. Volleyball 3. 4. Auto Rallye Club 4. Junior 
Year A broad 2. 



GALLAGHER, GERALDINE M. 705 S. Walnut St. West 
Chester. Pa. ACE 3, 4. Anderson Math Club 4. Elem. Math 
Club 3, 4. Intramurals 3, 4. 



FRANCISCUS, PENNY LEE 30 Steel Ave. Coatesville. Pa. 
Student Employment 2, 3, 4. 

FRANK, PAMELA M. 7810 Westview Ave. Upper Darby. 
Pa. 



GALLAGHER, IMMACULATA F. P.O. Box 61 St. Davids. 
Pa. 

GALLO, MICHAEL J. 4041 Marshall Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



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GALLAHER, VALERIE A. 248 Osborne Ave. Morrisville. 
Pa. .4lpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4. ACE 2. 3. 



Italian Club 4. (Treasurer}. Law Club 4. Young Democrats 4. 
Political Science Club Vice President. Student Employment 4. 



GALLO, JOHN A. Willow Wood Hershey. Pa. Tennis 3. In- 
tramurals 3. 



GIARDINIERE. JUDI B. RD #2 Mitman Rd. Easton. Pa. 
ACE 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Women's Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4. 



GARRISON, JANET L. 7018 Cardin Rd. Phila. Pa. Concert 
Band 1.2.3. 4. Marching Band 1.2.3. 4. Women's Chorus 2. 

GARVEY, PATRICIA M. 10 Kathleen Court Haveriown. 
Pa. 



GLADFELTER, TERRY E. RD §1 Hanover. Pa. I.G.A 3. 4. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Phi Mu Alpha 4. M.E.N.C. I. 2. 3. 
(Pres.) 4. College Choir 3. 4. Concert Band 3. 4. Marching 
Band 2. 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1 ,2. Musica Antigua 1. Who's Who 
4. 



GAVAGHAN, MAUREEN 3809 Chalfont Dr. Phila.. Pa. 



GILFOIL, GREGORY A. 501 S. New St. West Chester. Pa. 
Accounting Secretary 4. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 



GAVIGAN, EILEEN M. 17707 Caddy Dr. Rockville. Md. 
Kappa Delta Phi 3. 4. Synchronized Swimming 2. Young 
Democrats 1. Women's Glee Club 4. 



GILLELAND. VALERIE A. 214 Spruce St. New Holland. 
Pa. Women's Glee Club 1,2.3. Campus Crusade for Christ 1 , 
2. 



GAZDA. JOHN M. 528-E W. Marshall St. West Chester. 
Pa. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4. Golf I . Track and Field 2. 3. In- 
tramurals I, 2. 



GLASS, JANE T. 2350 Lititz Pike Lancaster. Pa Basketball 
1. Hockey 1,2,3, (Captain) 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Lacrosse 
3. P.S.E.A. 3, 4. 



GEBERT, WENDI L. 1141 Nash Ave. Lansdale. Pa. Kappa GOGGIN, HELEN M. 821 Shadeland Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Delta Pi 3. 4. International House 1,2,3. 4. Alpha Sigma Tau 1 , 2. (President) 3, 4. 



GENTILE, PATRICIA A. 418 Blythe Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. 
Intramurals 1.2,3. 4. 



GENUARIO. LOUIS A. 531 East Drinker St. Dunmore. Pa. 

Baseball 1,2,3, 4. Intramurals 1.2,3. 4. Student Employment 
I. 2. 3, 4. 

GERDES, MARY E. 3074 Oak St. Lebanon. Pa. Badminton 
1, 2. Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4, (Captain). Lacrosse I. 2, 4. 

GERY, DAVID A. 1447 Linden St. Allentown, Pa. In- 
tramurals 1,2.3. 4. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 



GOLDBERG, LORI A. 3 Scott Dr. Fairfield. N.J. 



GOLDSCHMIDT, SUSAN L. 2 Buck Ln. Haverford, Pa. 
Delta Zeta 1. 2. Intramurals 1. 2. Dance Production 3. 4. 



GOOD, JEFFREY A. 80 Mull Ave. Sinking Spring. Pa. In- 
tramurals 1.2,3, 4. Volleyball 1,2,3, (President) 4. Weight 
Lifting 1,2,3, 4. Darlington Biological Society 2. 

GRAHAM, CAROLE J. 208 N. 666 W. Germantown Pike 
Plymouth Meeting. Pa. Intramurals 2, 3. 4. Nursing Club 1 . 2. 
3, 4. Student Employment 4. 



GERY, JOSEPH J. 1307 Belasco Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. Friars 
3, 4. Boxing 1.2,3, 4. Football 1. Intramurals 1.2.3, 4. Rugby 
3, 4. Student Employment 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GIANGIORDANO, MICHAEL A. 1002 Cross St. Phila.. Pa. 



GRANT, PATTI E. 500 W. Rosedale Ave. West Chester. Pa. 
Alpha Lambda Delta 2. 

GRASSO, PAUL A. 729 Wildell Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. Fisbee 
Club 1.2.3. 4. 



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GRAY, EDWARD T. RD #3 Quakertown. Pa. 
Lifting 2. 3, 4. Anderson Math Club 2, 3. 4. 



Weight 2, 3. 4. Intramurals 1,4. Ski Club 4. Soc. Adv. Management 3, 

4. Marching Band 1. 3. 



GRAY, ROBERT S. 746 S. Frankunst Apt. 4B West Chester. 
Pa. RHA I, 2. I.G.A. 3. 4. Soc. Adv. Management 2. 3. 4. In- 
tramurals 2, 3. Student Academic Affairs 3. Student Employ- 
ment 1.2. 3. 4. Who's Who 4. 

GREELEY, ELIZABETH A. 10517 Providence Way Fair- 
fax. Va. Alpha Lambda 2. 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. Indoor 
Track 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Track <& Field 2. 3. 4. 
Track Club 1. 2. (V.P.). 3. 4. Majors Club I. 2. Interclub 
Council (V.P.) 4. 

GREEN, MARGARET 432 S. Walnut St. West Chester. Pa. 
Art Assoc. 1. 2, 3. 4. 

GREENE, J AMES L. 117 Trimble Blvd. Brookhaven. Pa. In- 
tramurals 2, 3. Anderson Math Club 3. Concert Band 1. 2. 
Criterions 1. Marching Band 1. 2. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Men's 
Chorus 1 . 2. Campus Crusade for Christ 1.2.3, 4. Rampage 1. 
Student Employment 4. 

GREENE, PATRICIA L. 8419 Riverside Rd. Alexandria. 
Va. Alpha Lambda Delta 1 . 2. Phi Epsilon Kappa 4. Hockey 
1. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Track Club 1,2.3. 4. 

GRIFFIE, TERRY F. Box 408 RD #1 Dillsburg. Pa. Football 
I. Soccer 2. 3. Track & Field 2. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 

GROZINSKI, KAREN J. 470 Hildebidle Rd. Collegeville. 
Pa. 



GUTERUNST, CAROLE L. RD #3 Box 423 Bath. Pa. 
College Choir 3. Concert Band 1.2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. 
4. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Women's Chorus 1, 2. 

GUY, SHARLEEN C. 220 Caranel Circle Coatesville. Pa. 



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HAIN, GALEN E. 1103 Bridge St. New Cumberland. Pa. Phi 
Mu Alpha 4. Criterions 2. 3. 4. Marching Band 2. 3. 4. Mixed 
Choir 3. Men's Chorus 3. Woodwind Ensemble 2. 3. 4. 

HAKANSON, ROBIN D. 1159 West Chester Pike West 
Chester. Pa. Football 1. Indoor Track 2. 3, 4. Track & Field 2, 
3, 4. 



HALDEMAN, KATHERINE C. 2528 Hillcrest Road Drexel 
Hill, Pa. Ski Club 3. 



HAMILTON, WILLIAM B. 731 South High St. West 
Chester. Pa. Theta Chi 2. 3. 4. Soccer 2. Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 3. 4. Intramurals 2, 3. 4. 

HANKINS, DONNA L. 801 Atlantic Ave. Point Pleasant 
Beach. N.J. Valkyrie 2. 3. 4. Badminton 1.2.3. 4. Intramurals 
I. 2. 3. 4. Softball 1. 2. Track & Field 3. 4. 



GRUBE, MARGARET E. 632 Eighth Ave. Bethlehem. Pa. 
Archery 1. Intramurals 1.2,3. 4. Majors Club 1. 

GRLINFELDER, DOROTHY A. // Florham Ave. Florham 
Park. N.J. CAS2.3.IGA 1 .2.3.4. Alpha Lambda Delta 1 .2. 
3, 4. Intramurals 1 , 2. Anderson Math Club 2, 4. Geography 
and Outing Club 1.2,3. 4. Kayak and Canoe Club 1.2,3. 4. 
Bel Canto 1. Mixed Choir 1. Women's Glee Club 1. Lutheran 
Student Assoc. 1, (Pres.j 2. 3, 4. Student Employment 1,2,3, 
4. 

GUMBERT, ROBIN M. 3177 Booth Drive Pa. Theta Chi I, 



HANLEY, LEO J. 1300 Alsace Rd. Reading. Pa. Theta Chi 
2, 3. Intramurals 1. Law Club 2, 4. Political Science 4. Bel 
Canto 1. 2. College Choir 1. Mixed Choir I. Men's Chorus I. 
Newman 1. 

HARLAN, NANCY L. 432 S. Walnut St. West Chester. Pa. 
RHA I. 2. Basketball 1. Hockey 1. Indoor Track 2. 3. 4. 
Lacrosse 1. Track & Field 2. 3. 4. Geography & Outing Club 
4. Majors Club 4. Track Club 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 2. 

HARRIS, LIND M. Goshen West Apts. B-8 101 N. Five 
Points. Rd. West Chester. Pa. RHA 2. 3. Alpha Sigma Tau2, 



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3. 4. Kayak and Canoe Club 2. P.S.E.A. 2. Lutheran Student 
Assoc. 2, 3. Student Employment I, 2. 3. 



Chester, Pa. Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 4. 



HAUGHNEY, DAVID J. 221 Woodrow Ave. Sinking Spr- 
ing. Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Track & 
Field 2, 3. Volleyball Club I 



HEYDT, SHEILA L. RD §2 Greshville Rd. Boyertown, Pa. 
Alpha Lambda Delta 1,2,3, 4. Intramurals 3. 4. Nursing Club 
S.N. A. P. 1, 2. 3. 4. 



HAUGHTON, GEORGE M. 831 Easter Ln. West Chester. HICKMAN, REBECCA D. RD #6 Box §33 Mt. Airy Rd. 

Pa. College Choir 3. 4. Concert Band 1, 2. Marching Band 1, Coatesville. Pa. Anthropology Club 3. 4. Social Welfare Club 

2. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Mens Chorus 1.2. 3, 4. 

HEATH, TERENCE M. 130 N. Parson St. Phila.. Pa. BSU "ILL, BARBARA A. 504 Georgetown Rd. Wallingford. Pa. 

1. 2. Omega Psi Phi 3. 4. ^oc. Adv. Management 3. 4. 



HEFFERNAN, JAY Y. Rt. 2, Box 439 Coopersburg, Pa. 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. Equestrian Club 2. 3. WCUR 2. 3. In- 
tramurals 3. 4. 



HEFFINTRAYER, DENISE J. 117 El Wilkes Barre St. 
Easton, Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta 1,2,3, 4. Concert Band 2, 4. 
Marching Band 2, 3. 

HEGH, GARY 5018 Tulip St. Phila.. Pa. Football 1.2.3, 4. 

HEISS, FRANCINE M. 590 Red Fox Ln. Strafford. Pa. 
Tennis 1 . 2. 

HELD, JOYCE A. 722 Foss Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. P.S.E.A. 
4. 



HENRY, PETER E. MacBride Dr. RD #1 Spring City, Pa. 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4. Indoor Track 2, 3, 4. Track & Field 2, 
3. Karate Club 3. Soc. Adv. Management 4. Track Club 2. 

HENRY JR., ROBERT E. 6804 Sprague St. Phila., Pa. 
Track Club 1. Gospel Choir 1,2,3, 4. Student Employment 1 , 
2. 3, 4. 

HERSHMAN, DON E. 435 S. York St. Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
Indoor Track 1. 2. Intramurals 1 . 2. 3. 4. Track & Field 1. 
Darlington Biological Society 2, 3, 4. Ski Club 3, 4. 



HILLER, JOHN T. 160 Sprout Rd. Malvern. Pa. 

HIROWATARI. ETSUKO 1-8-19 Ichizaki. Minami-Ku. 
Fukuoka. Japan. 

HOFF, ROBERT B. Hark-a-Way Rd. Chester Springs, Pa. 

HOIDA, JAN M. 705 E. 10th St. Berwick, Pa. RHA 3. 
Kayak & Canoe Club 2, 4. M.E.N.C. 1,2.4. P.S.E.A. 1.2.4. 
Chamber Choir 4. College Choir 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Men's 
Chorus 1 . 2. Concert Choir 3. Student Employment 2. 3. 4. 

HOLDRON, WALTER D. 3228 Rose Ave. Trevose. Pa. 
Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Criminal Justice Assoc. 

HOLLAND, SARAH J. 424 W. Brookhaven Rd. 
Brookhaven. Pa. Intramurals 1.2.3, 4. Nursing Club 1,2,3, 
4. 

HOLLERBACH, GEORGE Apt. F-49. 620 S. Franklin St. 
West Chester. Pa. Rugby 3, 4. Track & Field 1. 2. Weight 
Lifting 1.2.3. Majors Club 3. 4. 

HOLT, DENISE 614 S. Walnut St. West Chester. Pa. 

HOMMEMA, SHIRLEY A. 361 Norman Ave. Hatfield, Pa. 
ACE 3, 4. 



HETHERINGTON, BARBARA A. 304 King Rd. West HORNE, DONALD E. 404 Harrison St. Ridley Park, Pa. 



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HOWARD, WILLIAM J. 1502 Lucon Rd. Oreland. Pa. 

HO WAT. SANDRA A. Box JOB Amithbridge Rd. Glen 
Mills. Pa. Anderson Math Club 1.2.3. 4. Ski Club 1.2.3. 4. 



HUEBNER, GLENN A. 1181 Kings Way Apt. 4 West 
Chester, Pa. Boxing 2. 3, 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Soccer 1 . 2. 
Tennis I. 2. 



INVERSO, VALERIE M. 824 Hood Rd. Swathmore, Pa. 
Psychology Club 3. 

IRONS, GREGORY P. P.O. Box 137 Paoli. Pa. Professional 
Geography Club 3. {Publicity Agent). 4. {Sec./Treas.j. 



HUGHES, JOHN F. 305 Governors Dr. Wallingford. Pa. Phi 
Mu Alpha 4. Intramurals 1.2,3. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 
Student Employment 2. 3. 

HUGHES, KATHLEEN 1303 Hillcrest Rd. West Chester. 
Pa. CAS 1.2.3. 4. Commuter Government 1 , 2, 3, 4. IGA I. 
2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 3, 4. 

HUMER, ANNE L. 230 S. College St. Carlisle, Pa. Alpha 
Sigma Tau 2. Marching Band 2. 3. 4. 

HUNSBERGER, SUSANNE E. 405 Market St. Perkasie. 
Pa. 

HUNTER, MARIANNE K. 6105 Mulberry St. Phila.. Pa. 

HUPLITS, WILLIAM N. 1008 Carlin Dr. Southampton. Pa. 
Ski Club 3, 4. Social Welfare Club 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 2. 3, 4. 

HURSH, SCOTT 2495 Broad St. York. Pa. Friars 3. 4. 
Theta Chi 2, 3. 4. Boxing 1,4. Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Wrestling 
1, 2. Accounting Society 3. 4. 

HUTCHINS, WILLIAM 47 Good Ln. Levittown, Pa. Com- 
munity Service 3. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. ACE 2. P.S.E.A. 2. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 4. Newman 3. 



JACOBSEN, DEBBIE A. 55 S. Valley Rd. Paoli. Pa. Majors 
Club 4. 



JOHNSON, EDWARD W. Box 510 Knockle Rd. Green Ln. 

RD #1 . Pa. Historical Society 4. Opera Theatre 2. 

JORDON, VENUS P. 134 E. Garrison St. Bethlehem, Pa. 
Intramurals 1. Nursing Club 4. 

JONES, CYNTHIA J. RD §1 Stevens, Pa. 

JONES, ELLEN H. 2426 N. 51st St. Phila.. Pa. CAS 3. 4. 
Delta Sigma Theta 3, 4. Quad Angles 4. Serpentine 4. 

JUSTICE, DEBORAH L. 1705 7661 St. Phila.. Pa. BSU 4. 



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KAHIL, CHARLES P. 16 Rosedale Ave. West Chester, Pa. 

KANE, SUSAN M. 623 Bell Lane Maple Glen, Pa. In- 
tramurals 1.2.3. 4. ACE 3, 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Quad Sports Editor 
4. 



HYDE, JOSEPH S. 15 Ethel Place Closter. Pa. 



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lANNUZZI, JOHN F. 8206 Montero Dr. Prospect, Ky. 
Swimming & Diving 1,2,3. 



KEE, GEORGE D. 209 Potomac Rd. Wilmington, Del. Phi 
Mu Alpha 2. 3, V. Pres. 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. M.E.N.C. 2, 
3, 4. Bel Canto 2. Criterions 2. V. Pres. 3. 4. Marching Band 1 , 
2, 3. Men's Chorus 1. Woodwind Ensemble 1 . 2. 3. 4. Wind 
Ensemble 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. 

KEEN, LOIS L. 221 Heritage Rd. Cherryhill. N.J. In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 



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KEENAN, KATHLEEN M. 125 Fairview Rd. Springfield. 
Pa. Theatre 208 Productions 1 , 2. International House 2. 3. 4. 



KELL, JEFFREY B. Bo.x 339 RD #/ Reading. Pa. Phi Ep- 
silon Kappa 2, 3, Treas. 4. Boxing I. Football I. 2. 3. 4. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 2. 



KLING, VICKIE L. Box 297 RD #<5 York. Pa. Alpha 
Lambda Delta I. 2. M.E.N.C. 2. 3. 4. College Choir 3. 4. 
Mixed Choir I. 2. Women's Choir I. 2. 



KNEAESEY. MARIANNA T. 2 Narhrook Pk. Narberth. 
Pa. French Club 1.2.3. 4. Spanish Club 1.2.3, 4. Newman 3. 
4. International House 2, 3. 



KELLER, JANET F. RD #1 Box 83 Morgantown. Pa. Alpha 
Lambda Delta I. 2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Women's Glee Club I. 
Campus Crusade for Christ I, 2. 

KELLY, JOAN M. // Seward St. Dansville. N.J. CAS 3. 4. 
Class Officers 1. Pres. 4. IGA 1.3.4. Valkyrie 2. Alpha Phi 1. 
2. 3. 4. Basketball 1. 2. Majors Club 1.2.3. 4. Who's Who 3. 
4. 



KNEPPER, KATHERINE M. Box 334 1002 Howard Ave. 
Beaverdale. Pa. Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3. Editor and Yearbook 
Chairman 4. M.E.N.C. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. West Chester 
Musical Theatre Co. 1. Opera Workshop 2. 3, 4. Chamber 
Choir 2. Intercollegiate Choir 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Musica 
.Antigua 3. Women's Chorus 1 . 2. Concert Choir 3. Public 
Relations Officer 4. Campus Crusade for Christ 2, 3, 4. ECM 
3.4. 



KELLY, JOAN F. 1015 Bellview Ave. Pottstown. Pa. 
Volleyball 1. Newman 1,2,3. 4. Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



KELLY, MAUREEN A. West Lamplighter Lane Gwynedd, 

Pa. RHA 1.2.3. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. Ski Club 2. 3. 4. 



KELSH, JOHN T. 216 Norris Ave. Metuchen. N.J. Cross 
Country 1,2.3. 4. Indoor Track 1 . 2. 3, 4. Track & Field 1 , 3. 
Soc. Adv. Management 3. Pres. 4. Intramurals 2. 

KERCHNER, WILLIAM R. 800 Texas Ave. York. Pa. Box- 
ing 2. Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Varsity Club 3. 4. 



KERR, BONNIE J. 201 Reynolds Ave. Pottstown, Pa. Mixed 
Choir 1, 2. 



KNIGHT, JOHN D. 814 Ridge Lane Media. Pa. CUAB 1. 2. 

Community Service 2, 3. IGA 1. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. Soc. 
Adv. Management 4. 



KNONLES, JAMES G. 5535 Miriam Rd. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Intramurals 1,2.3. 4. 



KOEING, GEORGE C. 2142 Franklin Ave. Morton, Pa. 
Football 1 , 2. Rugby 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1,2,3. 4. Kayak & 
Canoe Club 4. 

KOHLER, SARA J. 7812 Halstein Rd. Harrisburg. Pa. 
Speech Path & Audiology Club 3. Student Representative to 
Speech Path Faculty 3. 



KERR, JULIA M. 695 Burdett Dr. Aston. Pa. RHA I. 
Darlington Biological Society 2, 3, 4. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1. 2. Student Employment 1,2,3. 4. 



KORZEL, JOSEPH D. 320 Altaview Dr. Monroeville. Pa. 
RHA 2. 3. Dorm Pres. 3. Community Service 1,2.3. 4. Track 
& Field 1. Ski Club 4. 



KINGREA, GENE C. Station Way Cheyney. Pa. Women's 
Club Pres. 2, 3. Affirmative Action Comm. I Care Comm. 
Women's Center. 



KOWALSKI, BARBARA I. 33 Hemlock Rd. Rockway, N.J. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2. 3. 4. 



KLINE, PATRICIA J. 25 Meadow Rd. Pennsville, N.J. 
Abbe Society 3, 4. Intramurals 3, 4. SCEC 4. 



KRALLIS, KAREN E. 542 McKnight St. Reading. Pa. Little 
Sisters of Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4. Pi Gamma 
Mu 4. Social Welfare Club 4. 



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KRATZ, JANICE L. 701 Wissahickon Lonsdale. Pa. Alpha 
Phi Omega 1.2.3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. Pres. 4. Pi Kappa 
Delta 1 , 2. Sec.-Treas. 3. 4. Competitive Speech Team 1.2.3. 
4. Speech Path & Audiology Club 1.2. 3. 4. Bel Canto 1. 2. 
Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 



KRAUSS, KATHRYN A. 12 Cypress Ave. No. Brunswick. 
N.J. Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3. 4. Pi Kappa Delta 2. 3. Pres. 4. 
Competitive Speech Team I. 2. 3. 4. Forensics 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Reader's Theatre 1. 2. Little Theatre Club 1 . Sec/Treas. 2. 3, 
Pres. 4. Theatre 208 Productions 1. 2. 3. 4. IVest Chester 
Musical Theatre Co. 1.2. V. Pres. 3. 4. Marching Band 1 . 2. 
Who's Who 4. 

KRIM, ANDREA L. 27 Donovan Court North Wales. Pa. 
Community Service I. Alpha Phi Omega 4. 

KUBILUA, IRENE C. 321 E. 21st. Ave. N. Wildwood. N.J. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1 . 3. 
4. College Choir 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1.2. Women's Chorus 1.2. 

KUCINSKI, SUSAN L. 48 Klein Ave. Trenton. N.J. 
Volleyball 1. Campus Crusade for Christ 1 . 2. 3. 4. Lutheran 
Student Assoc. 1. Student Employment 2. 3. 4. Volunteer: 
Heads tart 2. 3. 

KUDLAC, FRANK M. Box 303 A Aitchison Rd. Bingham- 
ton, N. V. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4. Hockey 1.2.3. 4. Majors 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 

KULP, PATRICIA R. 2 Elk Dr. Malvern. Pa. Women's Glee 
Club 2. 3. 

KUPFERSCHMIDT, CHARLES F. 332 W. Union St. West 
Chester, Pa. History Club 1,2. 3. 4. History Honor Society. 
Dorm Entertainment. Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 

KURTZ, ROSEMARY P. 103 Ceder Point Dr. West Islip. 
N. Y. Who's Who 4. Women's Glee Club 3. Alpha Phi pledge 
trainer 3. Panhellenic 3, (Secretary and Treasurer). 



LABONTY, DONNA M. 1 17 Ivy Rock Lane Havertown, Pa. 
Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. 

LAFFERTY, MARK A. 172 Deerron Rd. Willow Grove. Pa. 
Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4. Soccer 1. 2. Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4. Ski 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 

LAIRD, SCOTT D. 40 Coldhill Rd. Morristown. N.J. 
Lacrosse 2, 3. 

LAAY, DOLERES M. 1217 Spring St. Sharon Hill. Pa. Psi 
Chi 3. Intramurals 2. 3. Psychology Club 1,2,3, 4. Student 
Employment 4. 

LAMACCHIO, CARMEN 439 Wilds Ave. Dre.xel Hill, Pa. 
Karate Club 1, 2. Health Professional Club 4. 

LAMKEN, JOHN M. 6 Deerfield Dr. Florham Park. N.J. 
Baseball 1, 2. Softball 4. Soc. Adv. Management 3.4. Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1.2.3. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Student Em- 
ployment 4. 

LANDRUM, ROBERT J. 2960 Dorman Broomall. Pa. 
Friars 3. 4. Tau Kappa Epsilon 1.2,3, 4. Boxing 2. Ice Hockey 
1,2,3, 4. Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4. Karate Club 2. Daedalus 4. 
Quad Angles 3. 

LANG, JEROME H. 1659 Foulkrod St. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Phi Mu Alpha I. 2, 3. 4. Historian. M.E.N.C. 1, 4. West 
Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1, 3. 4. Bel Canto 1. College 
Choir 2. 3. 4. Concert Band 1. Marching Band 1.2.3. 4. Squad 
Leader. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Men's Chorus 1. 2. Symphony 
Orchestra 1.2.3, 4. 



LANGTON, DOROTHY S. 118 State Rd. Paoli. Pa. Pi 
Gamma Mu 3. 4. President. Pi Kappa Delta 3. 
Secretary /Treasurer 4. Tennis 1.2. Competitive Speech Team 
2, 3, Secretary / Treasurer 4 . Debate Club 2, 3, 4. Law Club 4. 
Political Science Club 4. Italian Club 3, 4. Who's Who 4. 



LANNI, JOHN P. 952 Argyle Rd. Drexel Hill, Pa. 



LABASH, CINDI ELLYN Valley Brook Rd. Long Valley. 
N.J. 



LATIMORE, WILLIAM H. // W. Chestnut West Chester. 
Pa. 



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LAWRENCE, GEOFFREY D. 808 Galer Dr. Newtown Sq.. 
Pa. 

LEAHAN, KAREN J. 1018 Spruce St. Collingdale. Pa. 
Alpha Phi Alpha 3, 4. 

LENGEL, LINDA S. ]]5 Green Rd. Golfshire Hills Reading. 
Pa. Cheerleader I. Volleyball I. Nursing Club 3,4. 



LENKER. DEBRA R. P.O. Box #134 Pillow. Pa. Anderson 
Math Club 3. 4. Sociology Club 3. 4. 

LEONARD, PATRICK F. 3238 Fordham Rd. Philadelphia. 
Pa. 



LONG. DIANE F. 3514 Chesterfield Lane Bethlehem. Pa. 
Accounting Society 4. Mixed Choir I. String Ensemble I. 
Symphony Orchestra 1. Newman 1, 2, Chairperson 3, 4. 

LOPEZ, SUSANNE R. 827 Spruce Ave. West Chester. Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Speech Path & Audiology 
Club 2. 3. 4. Student Representative to Faculty of the Dept. of 
Speech Path & Audiology 4. Student Employment 2. 3. 4. 

LYNCH, MARY EILEEN 117 W. Mt. Airy Ave. 
Philadelphia. Pa. Speech Path & Audiology Club 3. 4. 

LYNHAM, MICHELE PATRICIA 727 Maple Lane 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



LILLO, KATHLEEN M. 303 S. Church St. West Chester. 
Pa. Commuter Government 2, 3. IGA 2, 3. 



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LILLY, PATRICIA A. 1430 Parklane Swarthmore. Pa. Rus- 
sian Club 2, 3, 4. 



LINDE, SUSAN G. 448 Brookwood Rd. Wayne. Pa. 
CriminalJustice Fraternity 4. Equestrian Club 1 , Secretary 2, 
V. Pres. 3. 4. 



MACGOWAN, TERRY L. 141 South Kenwood Drive Levit- 
town, Pa. Anthropology Club 4. Geography & Outing Club 3. 
4. P.S.E.A. 3. 4. Ski Club 1.2.3, 4. History Club 1,2,3, 4. In- 
tramurals 1.2,3, 4. 

MACGREGOR, PETER G. 141 David Drive Haverford, Pa. 
Ice Hockey 3. 4. Intramurals 3. 4. Majors Club 3. Ski Club 4. 



LITZ, KAREN A. 8 Ice Pond Rd. Levittown. Pa. Russian 
Club 2. V. Pres. 3. Pres. 4. Spanish Club 2. Young Democrats 
2. 3, 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 3. Student Employ- 
ment 4. 

LIVESEY, DAVID J. 314 S. Walnut St. West Chester. Pa. 
ACE 3. 4. Folk Dance 2. Historical Society 2, 3, 4. Campus 
Crusade for Christ 3. 4. Serpentine 3. 



LOBBM, JOSEPH P. 2761 Belmont Ave. Norristown. Pa. 
CUAB 3. Video Chairman 4. RHA 3. WCUR 4. Intramurals 
1,2,3. Rampage 1. 

LOCICERO, JOSEPH F. 21-09 A 46 St. Astoria, N.J. 

LOILSON, LESLIE A. 112 Lindbergn Ave. Broomall, Pa. 
Softball 1, 2. Volleyball 1, 2. 



MACKIEWICZ, JOANN 3054 ''A" Street Philadelphia. Pa. 
Anderson Math Club 2, 3, 4. 

MACLEOD, NANCY J. 140 Hand Ave. Cape May Court 
House. N.J. 

MACNEILL, BARBARA L. 1302 Bradford Road Oreland. 
Pa. Badminton 1. Gymnastics 3. 4. Hockey 1. 2. Intramurals 
1.2,3. 4. Lacrosse 1,2,3, 4. Majors Club 1,2,3, 4. Inter- 
national House 1,2,3, 4. Student Employment 1.2,3, 4. 

MAKUCH, DEBORAH J. Painted Sky Road Reading. Pa. 
Social Welfare Club 3, 4. 

MANN, BARBARA I. 223 Lexington Ave. East Lansdowne. 
Pa. Speech Path and Audiology Club 2. Women's Glee Club 1, 
2. 3. 4. 



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MANSKY, ARTHUR W. 103 W. Garrison Road Parkside, 
Pa. Pi Mu Epsilon 3. 4, (President). Anderson Math Club 1 . 2, 
3. 

MARCHESANO, MARK P. 412 Valley Road Havertown. 
Pa. 



Mc CANDLES, JOHN D. 115 W. Maryland Ave. Aldan. Pa. 
Intramurals 3. Student Employment 3. 4. 

Mc CARRY, KEVIN J. 1142 Bon Air Rd. Havertown, Pa. 
Baseball I. 2. Basketball 1. 2. Intramurals 1.2. 3. 4. Ski Club 
3. 4. Varsity Club 4. 



MARKS, DONNA C. 803 Mt. Vernon Avenue Huntington, 
Pa. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4. Basketball 1. 2. Hockey I. In- 
tramurals 3,4. 

MARQUEZ, ANA T. 213 Redwood Road King of Prussia. 
Pa. Dorm Representative Wayne Hall 3. 

MARSH, DEBORAH B. 210 Henley Road Penn Wynne, Pa. 
Serpentine 3. 4. Intramurals 3. 



Mc CARTHY, MARY E. 2620 Radcliffe Rd. Broomall, Pa. 
RHA 3. Darlington Biological Society 1.2.3. 4. Equestrian 
Club 3. 4. Ski Club 2. 3. 4. Community Encounter 2. 3. Fenc- 
ing 1. 2. Resident Assistant 3. 4. 

Mc CARTHY, MAUREEN P. 350 Cedar Ave. Holmes. Pa. 
Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4. Intramurals 2. 3. 4. Historical Society 3. 
4. Young Democrats 1. Newman 1. 2. 3, (Secretary Phila. 
Regional) 4. (Council Chairperson). Student Employment 2. 



MASON, JANET L. 5914 Webster Street Philadelphia. Pa. 
Tennis 3. 

MAY, BARBARA J. 3102 Fairfield Street Philadelphia. Pa. 
Intramurals 2. 3. 4. ACE 2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 2. 3, 4. 



Mc CLATCHY, MICHAEL J. 101 N. Five Points Rd. Apt. 
F-IO West Chester. Pa. Soc. Adv. Management 4. WCUR 3. 

Mc CLEARY, JEFFREY D. 472 Wheatsheaf Rd. 
Springfield. Pa. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 

MEYER, MARY T. 126 Morningside Circle Wayne. Pa. 



MAYERNICK, GERALYN M. 1254 Eagle Rd. West 
Chester. Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta 2. 3. 4. Alpha Psi Omega 3. 
4, (Pres.). Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4, (Secretary). Pi Kappa Delta 2. 
3. (Secretary/ Historian) 4. Competitive Speech Team 1,2,3, 
(Treasurer) 4. (Pres.). Little Theatre Club 1.2.3. 4. Theatre 
208 Productions 1.2,3, 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 
3, 4. Reader's Theatre 1, 2. RICE. 3. Who's Who 4. 



Mc ANENY, TAFFY M. 238 Crestview Rd. Hatboro. Pa. 
RHA 2, 3. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Synchronized Swimming 2. 
Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Student Employment 2, 3. 4. 



MICHAEL, CHARLOTTE R. 313 Gordon Dr. Clarks 
Green. Pa. Equestrian Club 1.2.3, 4. Psychology Club 3. 4. 
Lutheran Student Assoc. 2, 3, 4. Serpentine 3. Intramurals 2, 
3, 4. Student Employment 1,2,3. 4. 

MILLER, SARANAE D. 741 S. Matlack St. Apt. 11 West 
Chester. Pa. Intramurals 1.2.4. Women's Health Services 2, 
3. 



MILLSAPS, MARY L. 3117 Hayes Rd. Norristown. Pa. 
CAS 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. Intramurals 1. 2. 



Mc CALL, THOMAS D. 1 150 Kingsway Rd. West Chester. 
Pa. Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, 3, 4. Swimming & Diving 1,2,3. 4. 



Mc CARRICK, PATRICIA M. 133 Beidler Rd. King of 
Prussia, Pa. Abbe Society 2, (Secretary) 3, 4, (Pres.). Special 
Ed. Club 4. M.E.N. C. 1, 2. 3, 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Bel Canto 1. 
College Choir 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Women's Chorus 1, 2. 



MOCEY, AILEEN M. 2079 Parkview Dr. Landsdale. Pa. 
RHA 2, 3. Alpha Phi Alpha 2. 3, 4. Newman 1,2,3. Serpen- 
tine 2, 3. Student Employment 1 , 2. 3. 4. Elem. Math Club 
Pres. 3. Pres. of Gosher Dorm 2. 

MOLNAR, MARY A. 612 Millers Hill Kennett Square. Pa. 
Synchronized Swimming 1. 2. 



three hundred eighteen 



MONROE, SHARON V. Box 129 Tobyhenna. Pa. BSU 1. 
College Choir 3. 4. Gospel Choir 1. Marching Band 1.2.3. 
Mixed Choir 1. 2. Women's Chorus 1. 2. Jewelleite Social 
Organ 1. 2, 3. 4. 

MONT, MICHELE A. 705 Pond View Dr. Audobon. Pa. 
BSU 1 . 2. Commuter Government 1. Volleyball I. Law Club 
4. College Choir 1. Quad Angles 2. Intramurals 1. Student 
Employment 1.2.3. 4. Recorder Club 3. Pol. Sci. Club 4. 



MUELLER, ROBIN S. 72 Three Brooks Rd. Freehold. N.J. 
Indoor Track 2. 3. 4. Track <& Field 2. 3. 4. Major's Club 1.2. 
Track Club 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 2. 3, 4. 



MULLEN, SHARON M. 1301 Cedar Rd. Ambler. Pa. Ski 
Club 4. Bus. Club 4. 



MULLER, ANITA M. 337 Beechwood Ln. Berwyn. Pa. Soc. 
Adv. Management 3. Accounting Society 3. 4. (V.P.). 



MONTGOMERY, MICHELLE A. 130 Dean St. ^ West 
Chester. Pa. RHA 1, 2. Zeta Tau Alpha 4. Lacrosse 1. In- 
tramurals 1.2,3. 



MUNLEY, MARGARET MARY B. Box 56A Gradyville 
Rd. Glen Mills. Pa. Intramurals 3. 4. ACE 4. Young 
Republicans 2. Women's Glee Club 3. 4. (Secretary). 



MONTICCIOLO, MARIA E. 1914 Cleveland Ave. 
Abington. Pa. College Choir 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Women's 
Chorus 1. 2. Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 2. 3. 4. 

MOORE, ANN M. 401 Third St. Upland. Pa. Hockey 1. 2. 
Tennis 1. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

MOORE, GREGORY F. 951 Thorndale Rd. Box 25 West 
Chester. Pa. Intramurals 1. 2. 



MURPHY, CAROL A. 1003 Frederick St. Vienna. Va. 



MURRAY, LEANNE P. West High St. New Broomfield. Pa. 
Alchemists Club 4. 



MUSGROVE, ELEANOR L. 12% Marshalton Thorndale 
Rd. Downingtown. Pa. Fencing Club 1.2,3 (V.P.), 4 (Pres.). 
Speech Path. <& Audiology Club 4. 



MOORE, VARNELLE A. 2137 N. 59th St. Phila.. Pa. BSU. 
ACE 1. 2. Gospel Choir 1, 2. Student Employment 1. 2. 

MOOSHIAN, ARLENE G. 121 Haller Rd. Ridley Park. Pa. 



Mc CLUNE, WANDA F. 504 Deer Lane West Chester. Pa. 

Mc CORKELL. TIMOTHY M. 19 Osborn Avenue Manas- 
quan. Pa. Rugby 2. 3. 4. Historical Society 2. 3. 4. 



MORONEY, BRUCE E. 47 Oakland Dr. Downingtown. Pa. 
Accounting Society 3. 4. 



Mc DERMOND, JAMES E. 205 W. Colonial Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. Intramurals 3. 4. Law Club 4. 



MONTAGUE, DORIS 138 Second Ave. Broomall, Pa. 



Mc DERMOTT, DEBORAH A. 820 Yorktown Street 
Lansdale, Pa. Ski Club 3, 4. Intramurals 4. 



MORRELL, MARGARET I. 332 Laurel Ave. Alden. Pa. 
IGA 2. 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 2. 3, 4. College Choir 3. 4. Mixed Choir 
2. Women's Chorus 2. 



Mc DERMOTT, ELLEN M. 106 School House Lane 
Ardmore. Pa. CUAB4. Community Service 1 .3. Volleyball 3. 
ACE 4. Serpentine 3. Intramurals 2. 3. 



MOSS, CONSTANCE L. 1307 Park A ve. Hatfield. Pa. A CE 
4. 

MOSSER, JOHN G. 411 Carlisle Ave. Prospect Park. Pa. 
RHA 1. 2. Theta Chi 2. 3. 4. Intramurals I. 2. 3, 4. 
Cheerleader 4. 



Mc GLYNN, KAREN M. 2558 Irvington Rd. Drexel Hill. 
Pa. 



Mc GOVERN, JOHN F. 420 Kent Rd. Upper Darby. Pa. 

Theatre 208 Productions 2. 3. 



three hundred nineteen 



Mc GOWAN, JOHN A. 1183 Queen Lane West Chester. Pa. 
Indoor Track 2. 3, 4. Wrestling 4. Inlramurals 1,2,3, 4. Track 
& Field 2.3,4. Campus Crusade for Christ 1,2. Maddogs 1,2, 
3. 4. 

Mc GURIE, DENISE R. 13 Melrose Ave. Lansdowne. Pa. 
CAS 3, 4. Phi Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4. Delta 
Zeia 1. 2. 3, 4. IFPC Rep 2, (Vice-President) 3, 4. Historical 
Society 2, 3, 4. P.S.E.A. 4. 

Mc GUIRE, ELIZABETH M. 621 S. Walnut St. West 
Chester, Pa. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. Sociology 3, 4. 

Mc GUIRK, LORRAINE D. 220 S. Church St. West 
Chester. Pa. Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4. Sociology Club 3, 4. 



Chester. Pa. Cheerleader 3. Soccer 1.2.4. Track & Field 3. 
Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4. Student Employment 1. 

Mc NULTY. KATE M. 478 Forrest Ave. Drexel Hill. Pa. 
RHA 1. IGA 1. Volleyball 1. Equestrian Club 3. 4. Law Club 
3. 4. Ski Club 3, 4. Intramurals 1 , 2. Student Academic Affairs 

1. 2. 

Mc QUILLIN, EDWARD D. 2219 FairviewAve. Easton. Pa. 
Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. Tennis 1.2.3. 4. (Captain). Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes 2. 3. 4. Health Professional Club 2, 3, 4. 

Mc WHIRTER, STEVEN F. 5 Anne St. Mountain Top. Pa. 
West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 3. College Choir 3, 4. Con- 
cert Band 2. 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Men's Chorus I, 2. 



Mc HUGH, VIRGINIA J. 131 W. Miner St. West Chester, 
Pa. 

Mc KEAN, HUGH M. 620 S. Franklin St. West Chester. Pa. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1.2.3. 4. Intramurals 1,2.3. 4. 

Mc KENNA, ERNIE L. / / Fairview Dr. Davids. Pa. Friars 4. 
Ice Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 

Mc KERNAN, MARY E. 17 W. Germania St. Ashley. Pa. 
Nursing Club 4. 



MEASE, PATRICIA A. 113 Washington Fremont. Pa. 
Alpha Lambda Delta 1.2.3. 4. Soc. Adv. Management 3. In- 
tramurals 1. Student Employment 2. 3, 4. Accounting Society 
4. 

MENZIES. JAYNE A. 3017 Putty Hill Ave. Batto, MD. Phi 
Epsilon Kappa 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3. 4. Hockey 2, 3, 4. 
Lacrosse 1, 3, 4. Major's Club 1. 2. 3, 4. 

MERLO, MICHELLE 2648 Broad Street Easton. Pa. RHA 
3. IGA 3. Kappa Delta Pi 3. Darlington Biological Society I. 
2. 3. 4. Young Democrats 4. 



Mc LAUGHLIN, KAREN M. 211 Jackson Ave. Collingdale. 
Pa. 



MEST, JUDITH A. Middle Creek Road RD §2 Gilbertsville. 
Pa. Community Service 2. German Club 1 . 2. Women's Glee 
Club 1.2,3. 4. Social Chairperson 4. 



Mc MANUS, JOHN B. 845 Church St. Springfield. Pa. 
Rugby 3. Intramurals 2, 3, 4. S.A.M. 3, 4. Quad 4. 



Mc MANUS, THOMAS J. 110 Forrest Ave. Willow Grove. 
Pa. Alpha Phi Omega 4. Cross Country 1. Indoor Track 1. In- 
tramurals 1 . 2. 3, 4. Track & Field 1. Accounting Club 4. Soc. 
Adv. Management 3. 4. 



METZGER, PAMELA D. 3899 Sidney Road Huntingdon 
Valley. Pa. ACE 3. 4. Anderson Math Club 3. 4. Elementary 
Math Club 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 3. 4. Christian Science 3. 4. 



N 



Mc NALLY, JAMES F. 2564 Rosemont Ave. Ardmore, Pa. 
Student Affairs Council 3. Intramurals 1,2.3, 4. 

Mc NAMARA JR., JOHN MARIL 220 S. Walnut St. West 



NACCARELLI, ARTHUR JR. 1011 Painters Crossing 
Chadds Ford, Pa. 

NAGIE, KATHY Box 226A Red Mill Rd. Glen Gardner, 
N.J. 



three hundred twenty 



NARDO. MICHELLE 1055 Counirv Club Rd. West ODONNELL, KATHLEEN D. 3012 Cape Cod Dr. Media. 
Chester. Pa. Pa. 



NEELV, PATRICK 1100 W. Chester Pike West Chester. Pa. 



NEELY. ROBERT Golf Club Apts. *E37 West Chester. Pa. 



NEMES JR. STEPHEN R. Bo.x 429 RD *^ Allento^^n. Pa. 



ODONNELL. MAUREEN 124 W. Westwood Pk. Dr. 
Havertown. Pa. 



OGDEN, WILLIAM C. 770 Redy^ood Dr. Southhampton. 
Pa. 



NESPOLL EDMUND J. 225 Welsh Dr. Springfield. Pa. 



NEW, DONALD 27 Aspen Lane Levittoy^n. Pa. 



OGLE, DIANE C. 114 Henry Rd. Norristown, Pa. 



OHARA JR. HENRY 327 E. Main St. Lansdale. Pa. 



NEWTON, RICHARD 2406 Fairview St. West Lawn. Pa. 



ONORATO JR.. VINCINT 2641 Summit Ave. Broomall. 
Pa. 



NGU, MARGARET PO Box 1384 Wilmington. DE. 



NICHOLS, CLYDE One Kitterv Court Bethesda. MD. 



NIEMCZEWSKI, TERESA 418 N. High St. West Chester. 
Pa. 



NORMAN, CIRTIS G. 58 Anthony Wayne Dr. Stowe. Pa. 



NORRIS, ISSAC 126 S. West St. Carlisle. Pa. 



NOTORFRANCESC, JAMES 4 Southridge Rd. Darby. Pa. 



NOVACK, ROBERTA 8334B Alma St. Phila.. Pa. 



OPPEMHEIMER. DAVID 1811 Wrightfield Ave. Yardley. 
Pa. 



ORLANDO, HAYES, CAROL 221 Harrison Ave. Norwood. 
Pa. 



ORR, WILLIAM 1098 Southhampton Rd. Phila.. Pa. 



OSTROFF, NANCY A. 1106 Friendship St. Phila.. Pa. 



OSWALD, MARK 225 Biddle Dr. E.xton. Pa. 



OTOOLE, FREDERICK J. 4211 Tekfird Rd. Phila.. Pa. 



OTT, ANASTASIA M. 119 Hampden Rd. Upper Darby. Pa. 



o 



OVERK, BONNIE L. 451 Country Club Rd. Somerville. 
N.J. 



OCONNELL, MAUREEN 2138 Franklin Ave. Morton. Pa. 



OCONNOR, RICHARD A. 1102 Wilson St. Pottstown. Pa. 
ODONNELL, GERALYN 222 Talbot Dr. Broomall. Pa. 



PACCHIAROTTI, FRANCIS 3320 S. Keswick Rd. Phila.. 
Pa. Psychology Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 



three hundred twentv-one 



PECINA, CYNTHIA A. 246 North Si. Minersville. Pa. 

PAGANO, MACK A. 2626 S. Alder Si. Phila.. Pa. Foolball 
I. 

PAGLIANTE, FRANK A. 1036 Herbert St. Phila.. Pa. In- 
iramurals 1.2.3, 4. Soc. Adv. Management 4. Dorm Council 
1. 2. 3. 4. 



PICCERILLO, ANNE L. 712 N. Oswega St. Allenlown. Pa. 
Inlramurals 1.2.3. 4. Speech Path. <& Audiology Club 1.2.3, 
4. Newman 1. 2. 3. 4. 

PIJANOWSKI, JANICE C. 705 Wissahickon Ave. Lansdale. 
Pa. Soc. Adv. Management 4. 

PISELLI, STEPHEN L. 737 Beech Ave. Glerclren. Pa. 



PALERMO. ANTOINETTE S. 205 N. Mary St. Newport. p^jjj^j^^ jqsePH T. 10 Biggans Place Phila.. Pa. Football 

DE. RHA 1. MENC 1.2.3. 4. College Choir 3. 4. Mixed ^ uuramurals 1.2.3. Wrestling 2. 3. 4. Campus Crusade for 
Choir 1. 2. Women's Chorus 1, 2. Newman 1.2.3. 4. Christ 3 4 



PANARA. DIANE G. 1475 Jericho Rd. Abington. Pa. RHA 
1.2.3. Intrmaurals 1 . 2. 3. ACE 3. 4. Dorm Council 1.2.3. 

PARSONS, RICHARD J. 503 Crossfield Rd. King of 
Prussia. Pa. Daedalus 3.4. 



PLEVYAK, DEBORAH J. 1536 N. Keim St. Pottslown. Pa. 
RHA 1. 2. IGA 1. Abbe 3. 4. Alpha Lambda Delta 2. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4. Inlramurals 1.2.3. 4. Dorm Council 1.2.3. 

PLUTA, ELIZABETH A. 434 Fern Ave. Reading. Pa. Phi 
Epsilon Kappa 3. 4. Gymnastics I. 2. Inlramurals 3. 4. 



PATZ, DEBRA A. 3506 Gloucester Ln. Phila.. Pa. Alpha Mu 
Gamma 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. ACE 2. 3. 4. Campus Crusade 
for Christ 1.2.3. 

PEIPER, MARK R. 110 Hillcrest Dr. New Cumberland, Pa. 
Archery 4. Karate Club 3. 

PERKINS, PATRICIA A. 1013 Lafayette Ave. Prospect 
Park. Pa. 



PERONACE, MARIA C. 300 E. Thomson Ave. Springfield. 
Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. 

PETRACCI, MICHELLE A. 108 Forrest Rd. Cherry Hill, 

N.J. Students Affairs Council 3. Serpentine 3. Inlramurals 2. 



PHILIBOSSIAN, GALE 21 W. Mill Rd. Flourtown. Pa. 
Alpha Phi Omega 1. 2. Ski Club 4. Speech Path. & Audiology 
Club 2. Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 



PHILLIPS, MAUREEN A. 1210 Darby Rd. Havertown, Pa. 

Art Assoc. I. 2. 3. 4. 



POLLARD, JOHN L. 136 Magnolia St. West Chester. Pa. 

POPPER, KATHY M. 705 S. Walnut St. West Chester. Pa. 
Newman 3. 

POPPERT, PATRICIA M. 517 Valley Dr. West Chester, Pa. 

PRIBISH, TERESA M. RD #2 Douglassville . Pa. Valkyrie 
2. 3, 4. Hockey 1. Inlramurals 1,2,3, 4. Softball 2. 



PUMA, PAUL D. 2066 Bridge Phila.. Pa. Soc. Adv. 
Management 3, 4. 

PURNELL, SHARON R. 12906 Larkin Place Rockville. 
Md. Alpha Xi Delta 3. 4. Women's Health Service 2. 3. 



Q 



QUINN, PATRICIA 20 W. Lynbrook Rd. Collingdale. Pa. 



three hundred twenty-two 



R 



RAFFENSPERGER, GREGG S. 269 W. Chestnut Hill Rd. 
Newark, DE. 



REINARD, ROY 87 Crescent Dr. Holland. Pa. 



REINMANN. NANCY JOAN 87 Barnida Dr. E. Hanover. 
Pa. 



RAHS, PATRICIA // Park Lane Reading. Pa. 



RAMSDEN, JOHN 626 Raikes Rd. Huntingdon Valley. Pa. 



RANDALL, ARLENE Box 266 Biglerville. Pa. 



RANDOLPH, SUSAN 178 Taylor Ave. Woodlyn. Pa. 



REYNOLDS, JOANNE M. Box 357 RD #1 Avondale. Pa. 



RICHARD, DIANE 2107 Coles Blvd. Norristown. Pa. 



RICHWINE, PAMELA J. Box 198 RD #2 Glen Mills. Pa. 



RICK, DEAN R. 857 Columbia Ave. Sinking Spring. Pa. 



RASMUSSEN, LEIGH 129 Green Village Rd. Madison. 
N.J. 



RATKO, CAROL 6616 Lynford St. Phila.. Pa. 



RE, JOHN M. 1323 Northup Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



READ. MELODY 168 Blackthorne Lane Aston. Pa. 



REARDON, TIMOTHY 735 Michel St. Ridley Park. Pa. 



REBACK. LESLIE G. 9107 Yvonne Ave. Baltimore. MD. 



RIDDLE, BONNY L. 471 Williams St. Easton. Pa. 



RIEPNIEKS. PAUL 209 E. Linden St. Kennett Square. Pa. 



RIGGS, RICHARD J. 15032 Milford St. Phila.. Pa. 



RIGHI, DONNA M. 105 Flintlock Rd. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



RILEY, MARIE 209 Rodmor Rd. Havertown. Pa. 



RITTHAMEL, DAVID J. 1860 Lincoln Ave. Wyomissing. 
Pa. 



RECKTENWALD, SANDRA J. 817 W. Miner St. West 
Chester. Pa. 

REDDITT, NANCY JANE 7 Hilltop Rd. West Chester. Pa. 
Daedalus 3. 4. Serpentine 4. 

REED, JOAN M. 833 Rosary Lane West Chester. Pa. 

REED, WILLIAM 816 General Howe Dr. West Chester. Pa. 



ROACH, MARTIN S. Cheyney Rd. Concordville. Pa. 

ROBBINS, RICHARD 200 S. Nichols St. Saint Clair. Pa. 

ROBERTS, CHRISTINE M. 827 S. High St. West Chester. 
Pa. 



ROBINSON (SHARPLESS), NANCY J. 839 Sconnelltown 
Rd. West Chester. Pa. 



REGESTER, GARY R. RD §2 Chester Springs. Pa. 

REICHENBACH, GARY A. 216B Audubon Apts. West 
Chester. Pa. 



ROCCIOLA, PEGGY Apt. 2 209 E. 5th St. Conshohoken. 
Pa. 



ROELS, JEFFREU C. 328 S. St. Lucas St. Allentown. Pa. 



three hundred twenty- three 



ROHRMAN, FREGORY 44 Sterling Way Chadds Ford. Pa. 



ROMANO. ROBERT 220 S. Valley Rd. Paoli. Pa. 

ROMANO, PATRICK, JR. 501 S. Walnut St. West Chester. 
Pa. 

ROOT, ROSEMARY E. 323 W. 21st. St. Chester. Pa. 

ROSENBERRY, DEBRA L. 46 Parker Si. Carlisle. Pa. 



SAEGER, MARSHA E. IIOI Whitfield Blvd. Reading. Pa. 
Intramurals 1.2. 



SALRUCCI, MARIA T. 443 Lombardy Rd. Dre.xel Hill. Pa. 
P.S.E.A. 3. 4. (Vice-President). 

SAMMS. LINDA G. lOOlh Ave. Broomall. Pa. P.S.E.A. 4. 



ROTHENBERGER, SHARLEEN Route 73 Skippack. Pa. 



ROYER, DENNIS 429 West Union St. West Chester. Pa. 



ROYLE, MARY JANE A. 15 Cherry St. Phoenixville. Pa. 



SANDERS. SHARON P. 1713 N. Ruby St. Phila.. Pa. BSU 
1,2.3. 4. ACE 4. Resident Ass't4. Student Employment 1 , 2, 
3. 4. 

SANDOSKI, KATHRYN M. 357 Charles St. Coatesville. 
Pa. 



RUANO, GRACIELA 1030 Lancaster Ave. Rosemont. Pa. 



SANTANGELO, DARLENE A. 900 Selma St. Norristown, 
Pa. Delta Zeta 4. Ski Club 4. 



RUBERT, KATHLEEN 3003 Keenwook Road Norristown. 
Pa. 

RUDISILL, ROXANNE 2355 Wilt Dr. York. Pa. 

RUOSS, KATHLEEN 629 S. Broad St. Kennett Square. Pa. 



RUSHMORE, FREDERICK C. 922 Columbia St. Scranton. 
Pa. 



SANTANGELO, ELENA A. 417 W. Fornance St. 
Norristown. Pa. Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4. Little Theatre Club I. 
2. 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 1. 2. 3. 4. Theatre 208 Productions 1.2.3. 4. 
West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1,2,3. 4. College Choir 3. 
4. Marching Band 3, 4. Mixed Choir I. 2. Women's Chorus 1. 
2. 

SANTORO. ROBERT M. 516 Jefferson St. Norristown. Pa. 
Young Democrats 4. Intramural Softball 4. 



RUSSELL, SHERRY 3200 Nolt Rd. Lancaster, Pa. 



SASKA, KEVIN M. 45 So. 5th Ave. Coatesville. Pa. 



RUTENBAR, JUDY /// Crump Rd. Lionville. Pa. 



SAUNDERS, DOLORES M. 98 Crescent Dr. Holland. Pa. 



RYAN, EDWARD 6310 Sherwood Rd. CIO Phila.. Pa. 
RYAN, ELAINE M. 620 S. High St. West Chester. Pa. 
RYAN, PATRICIA A. 7 Barry Pace Fairlawn. N.J. 



SAVAGE, MAUREEN A. 25 W. Lamplighter Ln. Gwynedd. 
Pa. Basketball (3&4) 1.2.3. Softball 2. Track & Field 3. 4. In- 
tramurals 3.4. 

SCAFIDI, MARYELLEN 183 Belair Rd. Warminster. Pa. 
Daedalus 3. Quad Angles 2. 3. 



three hundred twenty-four 



SCHAUM. PAL'L J. 1427 Devon Rd. Warminster. Pa. 
Friars 4. Soccer I . Geography & Outing Club 3, 4. Kayak & 
Canoe Club 4. Soc. Adv. Management 3, (Vice Pres.j 4. 
WCUR 3. Outward Bound 2. 3. Ass't Instructor 4. 



SCHULTZ. DONNA L. 765 N. Franklin St. Pottstown. Pa. 
Intramurals I. 2. Community Service 1. Speech Path <& 
.Audioiogy Club 1, 2, (Treasurer) 3. 4. Student Employment 1, 
2. 



SCHEFFEV. DEBORAH K. 24 Parkside Ave. Lancaster. 
Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta I. 2. Theta Chi I. 2. 3. 4. IGA 4. 
\f.E..\.C. 2. 3. 4. Dance Production Workshop 3. 4. Bel 
Canto 2. Chamber Choir 4. Concert Choir 2. 3. 4. Mi.xed 
Choir 1.2. Women's Chorus 1,2. EMC 3, 4. Lutheran Student 
Association 1. 2. 3. 4. 



SCHWARTZ. CHARLES D. 119 Octagon Ave. Sinking 
Spring. Pa. Baseball 1. 2. Boxing 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 

SCIOSCIA, GAIL P. 36 Providence Rd. Morton. Pa. Com- 
muter Government 4. Speech Path. & Audiology Club 2. 3. 4. 



SCHILLO. PAULA L. 1625 Terwood Rd. Huntington 
Vallev. Pa. Senior Year Abroad. 



SEASE, LYNN R. 44 Lincoln Ave. Ephrata. Pa. ACE 4. 
Young Democrats 1 . 2, 3. Student Employment 3. 4. P. SEA. 
3. 4. 



SCHLEGEL, JAMES W. 502 Bickel Dr. Hamburg. Pa. A CE 

1, 2. M.E.S.C. 1.2. 3. 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1. 

2. 3, 4. Chamber Choir I , ( Vice Pres. 1 2. 3. College Choir 2. 3, 
4. Mixed Choir 1. Men's Chorus 1. 2. 



SEILER, DORIS B. 18 Brookmead Dr. Cherry Hill. N.J. 



SELVAGGEO, DIANE A. 66 Carol Ln. Malvern. Pa. 



SCHMID, EDWARD G. RD =4 West Chester. Pa. Com- 
muter Government 1.2.3. 4. IG.4 1. 2. 3. 4. Pi Kappa Delta 3. 
Debate Club 2. 3. Law Club I. 2. Who's Who 3. 

SCHMIDT. BRICE E. 1811 Ft. Washington Ave. Maple 
Glen. Pa. Baseball 1 . 3. 4. Indoor Track 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 
4. Maddogs 1. 2. 3. 4. 

SCHMUCKER, ROBERT A. 1044 Marietta A ve. Lancaster. 
Pa. Gymnastics 2. P.S.E.A. 4. Dance Production Workshop 2 . 
3. 4. 



SCHNAARS, TERRI A. 406 Dean St. West Chester. Pa. 
RHA Social Chairperson 3. Majors Club 4. Intramurals 1 . 2, 
3. 4. Manager Men's Swimming & Diving Team 3. 4. 

SCHNEIDER. DONNA M. 1880 Colt Rd. Media. Pa. 
Health Professionals Club 3, 4. 

SCHNEIDER, MARYCLAIRE 904 Lewis Lane Rosemont. 

Pa. 



SCHU. TIMOTHY J. 2703 .V. 4th St. Harrisburg. Pa. 
Lacrosse 3. 4. Soc. Adv. Management 3. 4. 



SHADEL. KIM M. 158 A Canal St. Hummelstown. Pa. 



SHAFFER. SALLY J. 1275 Cedar Blvd. Pittsburg. Pa. RHA 
2. Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Women's Chorus 1. 
Women's Glee Club 3. 4. 



SCHAFFER, THOMAS P. 102 Militia Place Washington 
Crossing, Pa. RHA 1, 2. IGA 1,2,3. Gamma Theta Upsilon 
1. 2. 3. (Secretary) 4, (President). Alchemists Club 1. 
Geography Club 1.2.3, (Excutive Board i 4. WCUR 2. 3. 
(News Director & Sports Director) 4, (Sports Director i. In- 
tramurals 2, 3. 4. Student Academic Affairs 3. Killinger 
Paper. Editor & Contributor 1 . 2. Statistician Varsity Basket- 
ball 3. 4. Statistician Varsity Baseball 3. 



SHARRAH. RAYMOND L. 118 Beverly Ave. East 
Lansdowne. Pa. 

SHEILS. MICHAEL J. 55 Price Ave. Lansdowne. Pa. 

SHERIFF, PAUL EDW ARD RD #2 Box 602 Shippenville , 
Pa. Psi Chi 4. Gymnastics 1,2.3. 4. Psychology Club 2. 3. 
(Pres. I 4. Theatre 208 Productions 2, 3. Bel Canto 1. Mixed 
Choir 1. 2. Musica Antigua 1, 2. EMC 3, 4. Who's Who 4. 



three hundred twenty-five 



SHINDLER, RHONDA A. 3715 Ridgewood Rd. Ext. York, 
Pa. Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4. Volleyball 4. Intramurals 1,2.3,4. 
National Student Exchange 3. 



Alpha Phi Omega 1, (President! 2, (Vice Pres.) 3, (Treas.) 4, 
( Vice Pres. ). Fencing 1.2,3,4. Earth Space <& Science Club 1 , 
2. Historical Society 2. 3. 4. Veterans Club 1,2,3, 4. 



SHINE, JAMI I. 543 Coldstream Dr. Berwyn. Pa. Sociology 
Club 3. 4. 



SHINN, EDMOND G. 4907 Rorer St. Phila., Pa. In- 
tramurals 3. 4. Law Club 3, 4. (Secretary & Treasurer). 



SMITH. JOAN E. 210 Pheasant Ln. Glen Mills. Pa. 



SMITH, LAURIE J. 123 W. Browning Rd. Collingswood, 
N.J. Art Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling Belles 1, 2, 3, 
(President) 4. Serpentine (Sports Editor) 4. 



SHISLER, KAREN G. 1319 Valley Rd. Woodlyn, Pa. 
Hockey 1,2,3, 4. Indoor Track 2, 3. 4. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 
Lacrosse 1, 2. 3, 4. 



SNYDER, TODD A. 200 N. 4th St. Denver, Pa. Football I. 

Tennis 1,2,3. Athletic Trainers Club 2, 3, 4. 



SHUEY, FRANCES M. 1215 Lehman St. Lebanon, Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Intramurals 1,2,3. ACE 4. Recreational 
Services 2. P.S.E.A. 4. 



SOLTNER, JEANNE M. 116 Harwicke Rd. Springfield, Pa. 
Quad Angles 3, (Copy Ed.) 4, (Sports Ed. & Feature Writer). 
WCUR 4. Serpentine (Lay-out Editor) 4. 



SIEGFRIED, MARGRET A. 529 E. Winona Ave. Norwood, 
Pa. Theta Chi 1 . Intramurals 1 , 2. Student Employment 2, 3. 

SIMPKINS, JACQUELINE M. 1622 N. Felton St. Phila., 
Pa. BSV 1, 2, 3. 4. CAS 1,2,3. IGA 4. Delta Sigma Theta 2, 
3, 4. Bowling 3. 



SPEERS, LORETTA D. 1737 Hawthorne Ave. Havertown. 
Pa. Community Service 3, 4. Psychology Club 4. Intramurals 

3. 4. 

SPEILMAN, FRANK C. 411 Buchent Rd. Pottstown. Pa. 
Baseball 1,2,3, 4, (Captain). Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SLODY, GAIL M. 909 Madison St. Coatesville, Pa. Gym- SPOTTS, AUDRA R. RD #1 Box 67 Honey Brook. Pa. 

nasties 2. Lacrosse 1. Modern Dance 3, 4. Track Club 1. Marching Band 3, 4. 



SMALL, CAROL R. 153 Westtown Way West Chester. Pa. 

SMALLWOOD, KENNETH W. 519 S. Salford St. Phila.. 
Pa. BSU 1 , 2, 3, 4. Dorm Council 4. Accounting Society 4. 
Accounting Tutor 3. 4. 



SPRATT, TERRENCE J. 629 Crescent Dr. Glenolden, Pa. 
Indoor Track 2, 3. Rugby 2. 3. 4. Track & Field 2, 3. 

SPROAT, DEBORAH J. 109 French Rd. Collegeville. Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 



SMEDLEY, WILLIAM A. 316 N. Providence Rd. 
Wallingford, Pa. 



STEBLER, A. LEA RD #1 Abbottstown, Pa. Football 1. 
Rugby 2. Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Darlington Biological Society 4. 



SMITH, BILLIE J. 773 Barrymore Ln. Bethlehem. Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3, 4. College Choir 3. 4. Concert Band 1 , 
2. Marching Band 2, 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1, 2. Symphony 
Orchestra 1. Women's Chorus I, 2. 



SMITH, CRAIG A. 1931 E. Allegheny Ave. Phila., Pa. 



STAHLER, JANICE E. 728 N. 11th St. Allentown, Pa. 
RHA 1. Nursing Club 2, 3, 4. Women's Glee Club 1. 

STAINO, AUGUSTINE A. JR. 747 Braxton Rd. Ridley 
Park, Pa. RHA 1. 2. Boxing 1, 2. Football 1. 



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STANFORD, THERESA E. 201 W. Richardson Ave. 
Langhorne. Pa. Basketball 2. 3. Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4. 
Valkyrie 2. 

STANLEY, JENIFER O. 824 Columbia A ve. Palrtierion. Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota I. 2. 3. 4. M.E.N.C. I. College Choir 3. 4. 
Mixed Choir I. 2. Musica Antigua 2. 

STANZIONE, JOANNE B. 2623 Daggett St. Phila.. Pa. 

STAUFFER, PATRICIA A. 2660 Graystone Rd. East 
Petersburg, Pa. Hockey 1,2,3. 4. Lacrosse 3. Tennis 1. In- 
tramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 



STAUFFER, SANDRA L. 501 Greenway St. Fleetwood. Pa. 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Sigma Alpha Iota 2,3.4. College Choir 
3. 4. Marching Band 1 . 2. 3. 4. (Pres.. Sec. Drill Instructor). 
Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Women's Chorus 1 . 2. Woodwind Ensemble 
I. 2. 3. 4. 



STEWART, GAIL L. 312 Meadowglen Ln. Media. Pa. 
Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4. Little Theatre Club 2. 3. 4. Theatre 208 
Productions 2. 3. 4. West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 2, 3. 
(Treas.) 4. (Pres.). 

STEWART, LORRAINE 1615 N. 18 St. Phila.. Pa. BSU I. 
2. 3. 4. ACE 4. Student Employment 1.2.3. 4. Special Educa- 
tion Club 4. 

STEWART. MARCY J. 514 Cheltena Ave. Jenkintown. Pa 
Delta Zeta 1. 2. 3, (Vice Pres.). Rush 4. 

STIPICK, LYNN A. 272 Overbrook Dr. Newtown Square. 
Pa. Concert Band 1 , 3. Marching Band 2, 3, 4. Mixed Choir 4. 
Women's Chorus 4. 



STOKES, CAROL S. 127 Madison Rd. Willow Grove. Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota 1 . 2. 3. 4. (Secretary). Marching Band 1 . 2. 
3. 4. Mixed Chorus I. 2. Symphony Orchestra 4. Women's 
Chorus 1. 2. 



STAYER, MARK D. P.O. Concord. Pa. Marching Band 1.2. 
3. Symphony Orchestra 4. Flute Ensemble 3. 4. Concert Choir 
3. 4. 



STRACKA, EMILY J. 200 E. 4th St. Lansdale. Pa. ACE 3. 
4. Newman 3, 4. 



STEIGERWALT, SHEILA D. 1232 Minnesota Dr. 
Whitehall. Pa. .Alpha Lambda Delta 1.2.3. 4. Anderson Math 
Club 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Women's Glee Club 2. 3. 4. Campus 
Crusade for Christ I. 2. 3. 4. 



STELLWAGEN, CHARLOTTE E. 26 College Ave. Haver- 
ford, Pa. RHA 2. Volleyball 2. Law Club 4. Ski Club 3. 4. In- 
lramurals 2. 



STRICKER, GEORGE C. 3108 Dixon Ave. Bristol, Pa. In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 3. 4. Rugby 1.2.3. 4. 

STROMGREN, JANE A. 38 Oriole Ave. Media. Pa. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4. Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3. 4. Little Theatre Club I. 
2. 4. College Choir 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Musica Antigua 2. 
Women's Chorus I. 2. Women's Glee Club 1, 2. Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1.2.3. 4. 



STERNER, KAY D. 4715 Main St. Whitehall. Pa. Alpha Pi 
Omega 2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Women's Chorus 1. Women's Glee 
Club 3. 4. 



STERNHEIM, JULIE 68 Briarwood Ave. Norwood. Pa. 
M.E.N.C. 1. 4. Brass Ensemble 2, 4. Marching Band I. 2. 
Symphony Orchestra 1.2.4. National Student Exchange 3. 



STEVENS, SUSANNE 560 Nutt Rd. 
Theatre Dance Group 2, 3, 4. 



Phoenixville, Pa. 



STUART, WAYNE J. 513 W. County Line Rd. Hatboro. Pa. 
Alchemists Club 3, 4. Darlington Biological Society 4. 

SUTER, BARBARA A. 201 Valley Rd. Warminster. Pa. 

SWANENBURG, FREDERICK O. 315 South High St. West 
Chester. Pa. IFPC 2. Spring Social Chairman 3. Pi Lambda 
Phi 1. 2, 3, (Pres.) 4. Veterans Club 2. 3. 4. ( Treas. j. 

SWEENEY, GERARD H. 3203 Huey Ave. Drexel Hill. Pa. 



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RHA Program Coordinator 2. IGA 3, (Vice Pres.j 4. (Pres.j 
Friars 2, 3, 4. {Constitutionalist}. Intramurals I. Sac. Adv. 
Management 3. Executive Council 3, 4. Student Academic Af- 
fairs 3, 4. Student Employment 1, 2, 3. 4. Who's Who 3. 4. 

SWIDER, CHERYL A. 43 Georgian Blvd. Jackson, N.J. 
Basketball 1. Tennis I. Majors Club 1. Newman 2, 3. 



TOIA. DEBRA K. 314 King Road West Chester. Pa. 
Women's Glee Club 4. Committee of Equal Educational Op- 
portunity for the Handicapped 3. 4. 

TUCKLER, DEBRA I. 353 N. Edgewood Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. BSU 1. RHA 2. Alpha Kappa Alpha 2. 3. 4. 
Jewellettes 1 . 2. Law Club 4. 



SZMIDT, THOMAS J. 506 Carol Ave. Blackwood. N.J. 
Cross Country 1, 2. 4. Indoor Track 1. 



TUMILTY, KIM L. 671 Fernfield Circle Strafford-Wayne. 
Pa. Basketball I. 2. 3. 4. Hockey 1.2.3. 4. Lacrosse 1.2,3. 4. 



TURNER, ALICE M. 1865 Widener Place Philadelphia. Pa. 
BSU 3. 4. RHA 2. IGA 3. Gospel Choir 1. 2. International 
House 2. Student Employment 1. 2, 3. 4. 



TAPPE, BARBARA A. 435 W. John Street Frackville. Pa. 
Speech Path. & Audiology Club 2. 3. 4. Student Employment 
1. 2. 3. 4. 



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TAYANI. DONALD M. 2000 Belvedere Avenue Havertown. 
Pa. Darlington Biological Society 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1 , 4. 



UHLER, RICHARD K. 34 Barbara Drive Springfield. Pa. 



TAYLOR, JARLYN 5822 Webster Street Philadelphia. Pa. 
Delta Sigma Theta 3, 4. 

TEMPLE, MARGO 4714 Wallace Place Philadelphia. Pa. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 2. 3. 4. 

TERWILLIGER, JAMES M. 6020 Ft. Jenkins Lane 
Bloomsburg. Pa. Psychology Club 3. 4. Intramurals 1. 



THOMAS, LINDA R. 1012 E. Sydney Street Philadelphia. 
Pa. BSU 1.2.3. 4. Affirmative Action 4. Delta Sigma Theta 3. 
4. Pep Squad 1 . 2. National Student Exchange 3. Student Em- 
ployment 2. 3. 4. 



THOMAS, PETER G. 208 Harvey Ave. Reading, Pa. Theta 
Chi I. Intramurals 2, 3. Tennis 3. 



THOMSON, KATHY L. 1312 Clarke Road Abington. Pa. 
Nursing Club 1.2.3. 4. Bel Canto 1, 2. Musica Antigua 3. 
Women's Glee Club 1,2,3, 4. Campus Crusade for Christ 1,2. 
Student Nurses' Association of Pa. 2, 3, 4. 



UNDERKOFFLER, LINDA K. 124 S. Jefferson Street 
Boyertown, Pa. Theta Chi 1 , 2, 3. 4. Dance Production 2. 3. 4. 
Majors Club 2. 3. 4. Marching Band 1.2.3. 4. Intramurals I, 
2. 3, 4. 



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VALENTINO, PAUL J. 874 North 22nd Street Philadelphia, 
Pa. Concert Band 2, 3. Marching Band I. Mixed Choir 1 , 2. 
Musica Antigua 1, 2. String Ensemble 1.2.3. 4. Woodwind 
Ensemble 1.2.3. 4. 

VAN WYCK, JOY L. 112 Verona Road Broomall. Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

VATTIMO, ANTHONY P. 1688 Thayer Drive Norristown. 
Pa. College Choir 3. 4. Criterions 3, 4. Mixed Choir 1. 2. 
Men's Chorus 1. 2. 

VAUGHN, DEBRA J. 7913 Williams Avenue Philadelphia. 
Pa. BSU 1. 2. Community Service 1. Delta Sigma Theta 3. 4. 



three hundred twenty-eight 



Gymnastics I, 2. Track <& Field 3. Student Employment 3, 4. 

VENTERS, NANCY L. 213 Davis Avenue Linwood. N.J. 
Abbe Society 2. 3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Alpha Xi Delta 1 . 2. 
3. 4. ACE 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 2. 3. 



WALSH. RODMAN D. 20 Crestline Road Wayne. Pa. Foot- 
hall 1,2,3, 4. Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. 



WALTER, LOUISE A. RD #i Kutztown. Pa. Volleyball 1 ,2, 
3. Majors Club I. 



VERDUCCL BARBARA J. 38 Willow Street Glen Ridge, 
N.J. Sigma Alpha lota 1.2, 3, 4. MENC2. 3, 4. Brass Ensem- 
ble 2, 3, 4. Marching Band 1,2,4. Mixed Choir I. Symphony 
Orchestra 3, 4. Women's Chorus 1. Woodwind Ensemble 4. 
Wind Ensemble 2. Student Employment 2, 3, 4. Swope Foun- 
dation Scholarship 2. Opera Orchestra 3. 

VIOLA, MARK A. 2246 Cambridge Road Broomall, Pa. 
Soc. Adv. Management 4. 



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WADDELL, VICKIE L. 6314 Cottage St. Philadelphia. Pa. 
CAS 1.2.3.4. P. SEA. 1.2.3.4. Women s Glee Club 2, 3,4, 
(President). Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 2. 3, 4. 



WADE, MICHAEL D. 5651 Osage Ave. Philadelphia. Pa. 
BSU 4. Omega Psi Phi. Football 1. Indoor Track 2. 3. 4. 
Track and Field 3,4. 



WALKER, KATHLEEN M. / Boswell Road New Castle, 
Del. RHA 1,2,3, 4. IGA 3. 4. Alpha Phi 1.2.3. 4. Hockey 1. 
2. Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4. Student Employment 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Women's Glee Club 3, 4. 



WALTON, PATRICIA M. 3641 N. Clearwater Lane 
Brookhaven. Pa. RHA 3. 4. Swimming and Diving 1.2.3. 4. 
P. SEA. 4. Speech Path and Audiology Club 2. Intramurals 

2, 3. 4. 



WAMBOLD, STANLEY B. 403 Broad Street Spring City. 
Pa. Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4. Veterans Club I. 2. 3. 4. 

WARD, MERRY C. Philadelphia. Pa. BSU I. 2. 3. 4. Alpha 
Phi Alpha 1 . 2. 3. 4. Archery 1 . Cheerleader 1 . 2. 3. 4. {Cap- 
tain}. Intramurals 1.2.3,4. Gospel Choir 1,2,3,4, (Director). 



WATKINS, DEBORAH M. 508 W. 
Brookhaven, Pa. 



Brookhaven Road 



WATSON, CHERISSE Y. 6026 Haverford Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Fencing 2, 3. 4, (Vice President}. Social 
Welfare Club 3,4. 

WEAVER, DEBORAH J. 1529 Glen Ave. Folcroft, Pa. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Bowling 2. Student Employment 3, 4. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 

WEAVER, WENDY E. 14002 Jarrettsville Pike Phoenix, 
Maryland. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, (Vice Pres.j. Little Theatre 
Club 2, 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 4. Theatre 208 Productions 1.2.3. 4. 
(Secretary). College Choir 3. 4. Mixed Choir 1 . 2. 



WALKER, SHAWNETLE D. 5900 Warrington Ave. 
Philadelphia. Pa. BSU 1. 2. Alpha Kappa Alpha 2. 3, 4. 
Gospel Choir 1. 2. Student Employment 1.3.4. 



_WEBB, KENNETH A. RD #1 Box 381 A-1 West Grove. Pa. 
Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4. Intramurals 4. Veterans Club 1.2.3. 4. 
Student Employment 1. 2. 3, 4. 



WALLACE, JANET M. 121 Westbridge Road Glenolden. 
Pa. 



WEBER, STEPHEN C. Water Street Oley. Pa. College 
Choir 1, 3. Marching Band 1,2,3. Men's Chorus 1, 2. 



WALSH, MARYLYNN 1612 Kingsmere Circle Rochester. 
Mich. 48063. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4. Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4. In- 
tramurals 1,2,3. 4. Dance Production Workshop 2. 3. 4. 



WEIDMAN, TERRY M. 993 Woodland Drive 
Southampton. Pa. Alpha Lambda Delta 1.2.3. 4. Nursing 
Club 1,2.3. 4. Newman 2. 3. 4. (Secretary). 



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WEIKEL, RAYMOND M. 446 Washington St. Royersford. 
Pa. Soc. Adv. Management 3. 4. 

WELTY, KAREN J. 574 W. Euclid St. Allentown. Pa. Abbe 
Society 4. Alpha Lambda Delta 1. 2, 3, 4. Alpha Phi 1. 2. 
IPres.), 3. 4. (Secretary). ACE 1.2.3. (Secretary). 4. (Pres.). 
Commencement Committee 4. Special Education Club 4. 
Who's Who Selection Committee 4. 



WITMER, DAVID A. Box 198 RD #4 Quarryville. Pa. 
College Choir 4. Mixed Choir I. Men's Chorus 1 . String En- 
semble 1, 2. Symphony Orchestra 1.2.3, 4. Campus Crusade 
for Christ I. 2. 3. 4. 



WITMER, JEFF S. 38 N. Church Street Ephrata. Pa. 
Baseball 1. 2. Basketball 1 . 3. 4. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 



WESTERHOLM, SUSAN 112 N. Whitford Road Exton. 
Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Geography & Outing Club 1 . 2. 3. 
P.S.E.A. 4. 



WOLFE, DEBRA A. 474 W. Main St. Elizabethville. Pa. 
RHA 3. 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. Intramurals 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 1. 
2. 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 4. Bel Canto 1. 2. College Choir 3. 4. 
Marching Band 1. Mixed Choir 1 , 2. Women's Chorus 1, 2. 



WEYMAN, DARRELL M. Star Route Pottstown. Pa. Phi 
Mu Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4. M.E.N.C. 1. 2. 3. 4. Brass Choir 4. 
College Choir 4. Criterions 1 . 4. Marching Band 1 . 2. 3, 4. 
Quad/Section Leader. Mixed Choir 1. 2. Symphony 
Orchestra 3. 4. Wind Ensemble 2. 3. Symphonic Band I. 
Trombone Choir. 

WHITCOMB, JAMES W. 535 W. Cumberland Road Enola. 
Pa. 



WHITEHURST, ROSLYN E. 171 Sheridan Street 
Pottstown. Pa. BSU 1. CAS 1.2.3. 4. Alpha Kappa Alpha 2. 
3, 4. Hockey 1. 2. Campus Crusade for Christ 1.2.3. 4. In- 
tramurals I. Lacrosse 1.2,3. 4. Gospel Choir 1.2.3. 4. 



WILLIAMS, DONNA A. 5911 Catharine St. Phila.. Pa. 
BSU 1. 2. 3. 4. 

WILLIAMSON, MOLLY C. 1708 Sue Ellen Drive Haver- 
town, Pa W.C.L.A. Internship 4. 



WOLFE, PAMELA S. 515 Plymouth Rd. V-8 Plymouth 
Mtg, Pa. Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Majors Club 2, 3, 4. 



WOLFRUM, DALE E. 993 Carlin Dr. Southampton, Pa. 
Recreation Council 3, 4. Cross Country 4. Indoor Track 2. 3. 
Lacrosse 1. Synchronized Swimming 2. Track Club 2. 3. 4. In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 

WOODLAND, RICHARD A. 621 Kehn St. Norristown. Pa. 
Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. ACE 1, 2, 3. 4. P.S.E.A. 3, 4. Veterans 
Club 1,2,3, 4. Young Republicans 1, 2. 



WOODWORTH, ELIZABETH A. 1435 Garnet Mine Rd. 
Boothwyn. Pa. Basketball 2. Lacrosse 2, 3. Tennis 3. EC A 2, 
3, 4. 

WOODWORTH, ROBIN R. 1437 Garnet Mine Rd. 
Boothwyn, Pa. Basketball I . Hockey 1 , 2. Lacrosse 1 , 2. EC A 
1, 2. Dance Production Workshop 3. 



WILLIAMSON, TRUDI M. 21 S. Airmont Rd. Surrern, 
N.Y. M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. Bel Canto I. College Choir 3. 4. 
Mixed Choir 1 . 2. Women's Chorus 1,2. Serpentine 3. Student 
Employment 2, 3. 



WYATT, GEORGIA D. 12708 Kavanaugh Lane Bouire. Md. 

Darlington Biological Society 3.4. (Pres.). 



WILSON, BETH A. Rt. 2 Box 16 Schwenksville. Pa. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2. Quad Angles 3. 

WILSON, BEVERLY A. 129 N. Clifton Ave. Aldan, Pa. 



XUGHES, TERRY 501 Parkview Dr. Wynnewood, Pa. Cross 
Countrv 4. Indoor Track 1,2,3, 4. Track & Field 1,2,3, 4. 



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YACKER. DOUGLAS J. 10927 Modena Dr. Phila.. Pa. 
Cross Country 1. 

YEAGES, RANDOLPH L. P.O. Box 49 Millersburg. Pa. 
Lambda Chi Alpha Ritualist 1. Rush Chairman 2, Vice Pres. 
3. 4. Marching Band 1 . 2. Men's Chours 1 . 2. Intramurals 1. 2, 
3. 4. 

YONCHIUK, MARY ANN RD #i Tunkhannock. Pa. 
Valkyrie 2. 3, 4. Hockey 2. Intramurals 1 ,2,3,4. W.A.A.2,3. 
Newman I. 



ZAMPANA, KATHIE 76 Mendenhall Dr. Glen Mills. Pa. 
Student Employment 4. Commuter Government 4. 

ZATKOS, JOHN P. 826 E. I5th St. Chester. Pa. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 1.2.3, 4. Boxing 4. Football I. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4. 
Lacrosse 3. 4. Weight Lifting 4. Intramurals 1 . 2. 3. 4. 

ZELLNER. KATHY F. 950 Fairview Ave. Gettysburg. Pa. 
Sigma Alpha Iota 3. 4. Alpha Xi Delta Historian 3, 4. 
M.E.N.C. 1,2,3, 4. Marching Band 1,2, 3, 4. College Choir 3, 
4. Mixed Choir 1 , 2. Symphony Orchestra 3, 4. Woodwind En- 
semble I, 2. Twirler 1,2,3, 4. Woodwind Quintet 4. 

ZEWE, CHERYL A. 625 S. Walnut St. West Chester, Pa. 
Social Welfare Club 2, 3. 4. Veterans Club 2. 3, 4. 



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