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Directions: Like a 
system of 
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contrasting 
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directions lead us 
on our individual 
paths. If our paths 
should meet, let 
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A path is formed a\ the time o^ hivih, 

And continues on through the universe. 

This path lasts days, and years, and miles, 

Through times of joys, tribulations, and trials. 

It bends and winds its way tiirougii time. 

In stages of growth, 'til it reaches its prime. 

A route mapped out by God's own plan, 

Yes, tiiis path can only be, the life of man. 

Frank Quinn 




Table of Contents 

Campus Tour page 8 

News Review page 18 

Student Life page 27 

Activities page 85 

Organizations page 105 

Governments page 116 

Greeks page 128 

Professional page 138 

Quasi-Athletics page 149 

Religious page 154 

Special Interest page 164 

Honorary Organizations page 168 

Sports page 177 

Fall page 179 

Winter page 195 

Spring page 215 

Faculty page 241 

Seniors page 259 

Graduation page 332 





For many of us, the four-year 
journey seemed so far away. We 
never really thought graduation 
would come so soon. The journey 
consisted of tears of sadness and 
joy. the making of new friends, and 
the loss of old ones. We may have 
spent hours at the local bar but we 
will remember the long hours we 
spent laboring over books. Every 
time we w'ould finally get organized 
and everything would be running 
smoothly something would happen 
to make the road a little tougher. 
Overcoming obstacles in order to 
reach the ultimate — graduation — 
was all a part of life. Now we will 
leave this school; some will go on to 
graduate school, others may not. 
Graduation will lead us forward 
toward the many goals we will 
strive for in our own lives. 
Nevertheless, the memories we 
share, sometimes distant and 
forgotten, will be with us forever. 
As graduates, we leave West 
Chester State College with new 
knowledge and experiences that 
will enable us to have a successful 
and prosperous future. 




OUR CAMPUS 




Embodies true meaning of variety 



It is very hard to describe the 
campus of West Chester State 
College unless one has worked, 
studied, learned, and lived here. If, 
however, a single word could 
describe this place, surely that 
word would be variety. We need 
look no further than the buildings 
that surround us in order to find 
diversity. Old, gothic Philips 
Memorial stands adjacent to con- 
temporary New Main, a blending of 
the traditional and the modern that 
forms a result not limited either to 
those buildings or to architecture. 
West Chester, for example, por- 
trays the struggle of old ideas and 
values against new ones. It is not 
important whether old or new 
prevails; it is important that our 
campus be a place where the 
search for truth occurs. 



Dignified Old Librar\' 



Campus view from Tyson 





I'hu reldxeil atmusphere of the Quad 




Lawrence Center 







Health ;ind Physical Education Center 



We are led toward our goals 



When we think of our campus, we 
may be thinking of any one of a 
thousand different places, 
depending upon where or how we 
have spent most of our time since 
we have been at West Chester 
State. This is not surprising when 
one considers that the campus is 
made up of some 551 acres that in- 
clude North campus. South campus, 
and the Welkinweir estate. 



Among these 551 acres, we see 
the many roads and sidewalks 
leading in many directions. We may 
be led toward our goals on any one 
of these paths, or we may decide to 
go where there is no path, following 
only hearts and minds. We soon dis- 
cover that with the help of our 
friends, professors, and others who 
have made this journey we lead 
ourselves toward our goals. 



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WEST CHESTER: 




The State Stoic 



The Borough 



Our college has shared its name with 
the Borough of West Chester, in which 
it is located, since it was founded in 
1812 by the West Chester Academy. The 
Borough of West Chester received its 
name in 1788, when it was changed 
from Turk's Head. The two have grown 
and evolved together, and today each 
plays an important and indispensable 
part in the life of the other. West 
Chester is the many fine shops, movie 
theaters, and restaurants that we so of- 
ten frequent: but it is also much more. 
West Chester, with a population of only 
twenty thousand, is a major center of 
business and government. Because of 
its position as the Chester County seat, 
the Borough provides ample oppor- 
tunities to observe regional and local 
government in action. West Chester is 
also a place to learn: about society, 
about people, and most important about 
ourselves. If one is caught up in the tur- 
moil and confusion of everyday work 
and study, then one need travel only a 
few minutes beyond the campus to find 
rolling hills, small farms, and tranquil 
parks in which to relax and find peace 
of mind. We discover that our learning 
does not end in the classroom; it is for- 
tunate that we have a place like the 
Borough of West Chester in which to 
continue our education. 



A lonely road to a not so lonely place 





The infamous Walerlnwer 




No parking space for the late commuter 



A Commuter's Life 

There is a part of the West 
Chester State which we have not 
mentioned until now. AUhough it 
may be overlooked by some and 
taken for granted by others, we 
rarely fail to encounter it during 
our daily excursions. For a great 
many of us this part of the campus 
is where we sometimes eat, study, 
sleep, and appear to live. Sur- 
prisingly, this integral part of 
campus life is known as the car. 

For over 1200 part-time students 
and many full-time students the car 
plays a sometimes all too familiar 
role in their life. The life of a com- 
muter is full of a variety of pleasant 
experiences to encounter. Among 
them are the joyous occasions of 
dealing with dead batteries and flat 
tires. The excitement of realizing 
that your class is ten miles and only 
five minutes away also adds to the 
normally common practice of driv- 
ing. Who could live without the op- 
portunity to add to muscle tone by 
rescuing your car from a four foot 
snow drift. And, of course, one 
could not forget nice afternoon 
drives spent looking for a parking 
space. 

Tree lined Church Street 




NEWS REVIEW 




Our lives at West Chester are 
filled with papers, tests, friends, 
and general campus activities. 
Many of us go through days or even 
weeks without reading a news- 
paper or magazine or even 
watching TV. But as we all know, it 
is impossible to shut out the world 
around us and ever so often details 



of certain events or atrocities are 
filtered to us through classes, profs, 
or friends. In this section, we will 
attempt to put these events in 
perspective so that when we look 
hack we will not only remember 
what our campus was like but also 
what the outside world was like. 



INTERNATIONAL 





Chinese Vice Premier Teng Hsiao-p'ing. 



n.S. Xiitionai Security Advisor Zbigniew 
Brzezinski at China's Great Wall. 





Vietnamese soldiers with 130 mm. gun fire at 
Chinese positions. 



United States President Jimmy Carter. 

China 



ing the inevitable, 
was hailed by most 
but criticized by those 
who felt that the U.S. 
was turning its back 
on a long-time ally, 
Taiwan. The recogni- 
tion of the Peoples 
Republic not only 
opened the door to 
trade and diplomacy 
but also gave the Rus- 
sians another 

problem to think 
about. 

The beginning of 
formal diplomatic 
relations with China 
was not the only thing 
in the news from the 
Far East. China, the 
so called "Paper 
Tiger", came to life in 
late February and 
March with its inva- 
sion of Vietnam. The 
invasion was in 
retaliation for 
Hanoi's rout of the 
pro-Peking regime in 
Cambodia, its expul- 
sion of ethnic 
Chinese, and a series 
of Sino- Vietnam bor- 
der clashes. The 
fighting continued for 
close to a month, with 
the Red Army 
penetrating up to 25 
miles at some points. 
By the end of March, 
however, its message 
made clear, China 
withdrew. 



For over twenty-five years the 
United States had refused to 
recognize the government of the 
People's Republic of China. 
However, when Richard Nixon 
reopened the door to the mainland, 
the nation as well as the world 



knew that the tables were turning. 
On December 22, 1978 President 
Jimmy Carter, in his first real 
foreign policy victory, announced 
that formal relations with the Com- 
munists would begin the first of the 
year. This announcement, affirm- 



Iran In Chaos 



Worldwide instability was in- 
creased by the overthrow of 
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi 
in Iran. For 37 years, the Shah 
ruled his country, taking it from 
backwardness to the beginnings 
of modernization complete with 
TV sets and cars. In the last two 
years, however, there had been 
riots, strikes, and protests calling 
for human rights and freedoms to 
go along with modernization. The 
Shah, unable to calm the 
demonstrators and put an end to 
paralyzing strikes, was forced 
into exile by supporters of 
Muslim leader Ayatollah 
Khomeini. 




Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlave 





Students chanting support for Khomeini. 

Khomeini, the man behind the 
revolution, stands for an Islamic 
republic. After returning from a 
15-year exile in France imposed 
by the Shah, he appointed Nehdi 
Bazargan as prime minister of 
the new government. Iran's 
ability to cope and rebuild will 
depend on Khomeini's and 
Bazargen's ability to reconcile all 
of the major factions of this 
divided nation. 




Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. 



President Jimmy Carter. 




Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. 

The Mid East 

A new chapter in the Mid East 
drama unfolded this year when the 
Egyptian-Israeli peace pact was 
signed. After twenty-five years of 
terrorism and numerous wars be- 
tween these two countries, Anwar 
Sadat and Menachem Begin signed, 
with the middleman help of Presi- 
dent Jimmy Carter, a Treaty that it 
is hoped will bring a lasting peace. 
There are many questions still un- 
answered, such as the Palastine 
question and the problem of the ad- 
verse reaction of many Arab coun- 
tries to the pact, but the first step 
towards peace has been suc- 
cessfully taken. 



Sadat and Begin embrace after signing the peace treaty. 



NATIONAL 




The Dollar. Down but not out. 

The Dollar 

Our year began with inflation 
spiraling out of control and the 
dollar plunging to new lows. The 
economy was definitely going sour 
and most people blamed the uncon- 
trolled spending of the federal 
government. Confidence in Amer- 
ica from foreign governments such 
as West Germany, Japan, and Bri- 
tian eroded to the point where they 



questioned the competence of 
American leadership to solve this 
nations economics woes. 

In this light, President Jimmy 
Carter announced his helt-tighting 
plan for the stabilizing of the dollar 
and Phase II of his anti-inflation 
program. Included in his plan were 
wage and price guidelines of 7'/c , 
the hiking of the Federal Reserves 
interest rates a full I'/r, and the in- 
creased selling of gold by the U.S. 




Carter, at the feet of Washington on Wall 
Street. 




Treasury. Both proponents and 
critics alike feared that these steps 
could contribute to a recession, but 
the supporters contended that this 
would be a small price to pay if the 
economy were collared as a result. 





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Energy 



To add to America's economic 
woes, there came news of OPEC's 
sharp rise in oil prices. With the 
United States still depending on 
OPEC for about 20% of^ its oil, and 
the temporary cut-off of oil from 
Iran due to its political problems, 



Demonstrators against Nukes. 

consumers could expect to see 
prices at the pump approach as 
much as a dollar per gallon by sum- 
mer's end. 

President Carter, in an effort to 
force a cutback in the amount of 
gasoline used by consumers, lifted 
price controls on oil drilled in the 
U.S. . Prices in the United States 
are well below those of the rest of 
the world, and Carter's move is ex- 
pected to bring a new wave of 
development and exploration in 
our country, thereby lessening our 
dependence on foreign oil. 

Nuclear Energy suffered a ser- 
ious setback in March when the na- 
tions worst commercial nuclear ac- 
cident occurred. On Three Mile 
Island near Harrisburg, Pa., a com- 
bination of human ana mechanical 
errors caused a serious leak of 
radioactive iodine, endangering the 
nearby communities as well as the 
rest of Central and Southeastern 
Pennsylvania. Governor Richard 
Thornourg advised all pregnant 
women and small children to leave 
the area within five miles of the 
reactor. For over a week a state of 
uncertainty and fear dominated the 
area. As the danger eventually sub- 
sided, serious questions were being 
asked about what actually had hap- 
pened, and about the future of 
nuclear power in America. 





A whole settlement destroyed by their own 
hands. 




Reverend lim lones 



Congressman Leo Ryan. 



Ryan's body returning home. 



JONESTOWN 



As 1978 came to an end, the nation's 
as well as the world's attention was torn 
from political matters to a small village 
in Guyana, South America. This tragedy 
began with a fact-finding mission led by 
California representative Leo Ryan. 
Congressman Ryan, hearing of grave 
irregularities in Jonestown, put together 
a team of cameramen, reporters, and 
aides to investigate the situation. The 



group met with Reverend Jim Jones, the 
self-proclaimed minister of the Peoples 
Temple, and father of Jonestown. On 
the surface, Jonestown appeared to be a 
peaceful settlement. However, closer 
inspection indicated that something in- 
deed was wrong in Jonestown. 

Their mission forced to an end by 
threats to their safety, Ryan and his en- 
tourage, as well as a small group of 
Jonestown defectors, prepared to board 
their plane at a nearby airfield. As the 
passengers began to board the plane, 
they were ambused by a truck load of 



Jones' hitmen. When the shooting stop- 
ped and the smoke cleared, Ryan and 
four other people were dead, and many 
others were wounded. Jim Jones, con- 
vinced there was no other way out, had 
ordered the suicide of the entire settle- 
ment. Drinking a potion of potassium 
cyanide, potassium chloride, and Grape 
IS.00I Aid, the settlement of 900 followed 
his instructions. Those who would not 
drink were shot. When the news 
reached the outside world, people 
listened in awe as the ghastly details 
were revealed. 



CHARTER REFORM 



LOCAL 



RESORTS 



Resorts International Inc. opened the 
first gambling casino on the East Coast 
on May 26, 1978 as part of an effort to 
revitalize the Atlantic City tourist in- 
dustry. It operated on a temporary 
license throughout 1978, managing to 
gross over $119 million during its first 
seven months. This made it one of the 
most profitable casino operations in the 
world. 



During early fall. Mayor Frank Rizzo 
led a major campaign to change the 
Philadelphia City Charter. The 
proposed amendment would have 
enabled Rizzo to run for a third term 
when his second term ends in 1980. The 
amendment was defeated on November 
7, 1978 in a city-wide election. Charges 
of illegal voting machine transfers and 
tampering with voting machines in 
some sections of the city, grew out of 
the November 7, 1978 elections, but 
election committee officer Marge Tar- 
taglione was later acquitted of all 
wrong-doing. 




ALONZO DEAL 



SPORTS 



Philadelphia Officer James Ramp was 
slain on August 8, 1978 during the storm- 
ing of a house occupied by well-armed 
members of the MOVE organization 
that had been holed up in the house for 
several months. Thirteen others, in- 
cluded two MOVE members, were in- 
jured during the assault. After the 
shootout, controversy arose about the 
beating of Delbert Africa by police dur- 
ing his arrest. Philadelphia Police Of- 
ficer Alonzo Deal, who is also President 
of the North Philadelphia Action Board 
of the NAACP, sharply critized the way 
in which the incident was handled. 
Deal later retired from the force and 
was suspended from the Fraternal Or- 
der of Police for two years and fined 
$1000. 



The Philadelphia Eagles football team 
finished with a record of nine wins and 
seven losses last season. This turned out 
to be its first winning season since 1966, 
and it also meant a spot in the 1978 
Championship Playoffs. 

The Flyers also made it into the 
playoffs again under new coach Pat 
Quinn. After a strong showing against 
Vancouver, the Flyers were defeated 
by a surprisingly strong New York 
Rangers club. 

And last but not least the 76'ers play- 
ing one of their most impressive 
seasons in recent years were edged out 
in the semi-finals of the NBA playoffs 
by San Antonio in a 4-3 best of seven 
series. 






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MOVING IN 




No matter how many years we 
were residents of WCSC we were 
never able to avoid the chaotic day 
of moving. The worst day and the 
best day of the school year was 
spent laboring over boxes, suit- 
cases, and other junk. We could 
always count on inadequate park- 
ing, overly crowded elevators, and 
a long wait for carts to bring our 
belongings up to our room, most of 
which we really didn't need to br- 
ing anyway. And then, after all 
those horrible hours of unpacking, 
we usually found out that we had 
forgotten such unimportant items as 
an alarm clock, a toothbrush, or 
deodorant. But it was a good day 
too, despite the frustrations. It 
meant sitting down for a long over- 
due beer with friends we hadn't 
seen all summer. 




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DORMS 



WAYNE 



Wayne was the first dorm on 
campus to become coed by room 
and it has proved to be a fascinating 
place. The residents of Wayne act 
rather matter-of-fact about their 
unusual living situation, while 
other students are both envious and 
uncertain as to whether co-ed living 
is really "at its best!" The dorm has 
been known to be a hot spot for en- 
tertainment and showing how close 
men and women can become while 
living side by side. But let's not 
forget to mention the RD's of this 
dorm. Most of the residents have 
spent 4 years with Tim Wing, who 
proved to be an outstanding and un- 



derstanding RD. New to Wayne this 
year is Andrew. His frequent visits 
to different floors have made him 
well known to the co-eds. Those 
who have left Wayne will remem- 
ber most: It's warmness . . . , the 
rafting trip . . . , guys living right 
next door . . . , girls living next door 
. . . , General Wayne Day . . . , The 
Tom Emig Show (dorm council 
meetings) . . . , Halloween Parties 
. . ., wild parties . . ., the people . . ., 
out of order signs . . ., the room- 
,mate game . . .,the semi-formal . . ., 
late night fire drills . . ., good times 
and good friends. 







McCARTHEY 



McCarfhey Hall underwent a ma- 
jor change this year. The addition 
of male residents added new life to 
the dorm. Former residents had lit- 
tle difficulty adjusting to the new 
environment. McCarthey's late 
night parties grew and new 
friendships were made. Those pass- 
ing by the dorm could only see huge 
holes and construction. They could 
not see the warmth, the close 
friendships, and the fun generated 
within the walls of McCarthey Hall. 
This old fashioned dorm, tucked 
away in its own corner of campus 
will always be remembered for its 
old fashioned college fun. 





A sampling of Ramsey activities. 



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Debbie Tarowsky laughs her way through finals. 

RAMSEY 



Rumor has it that the Ramsey cli- 
que is the most outgoing group of 
students on campus. They fre- 
quently host parties and dances 
striving to maintain their title of 
"the party dorm." Residents seem 
to have a sense of involvement and 
enthusiasm concerning dorm ac- 
tivities. Some of this year's ac- 
tivities include a Gong Show, a 
Christmas dance, the Mr. Ramsey 
contest, the Roommate Game, and 
the Spring semi-formal held at the 
Brandywine Club. Ramsey is cer- 
tainly an active and friendly dorm. 
Residents of Ramsey will always 
remember . . . Tom Jordan . . . , the 
Ramsey Riviera ... , broken 
elevators . . . , the K-Tels . . . , and 
among other things, Halloween Par- 
ties. 




TYSON 



Loyalty runs deep in Tyson residents, 
and all of them will tell you that Tyson 
is THE dorm to be in. Despite broken 
elevators and complaints from Goshen, 
Tyson manages to be one of the liveliest 
dorms. The pool table is in constant use 
and in good weather there's always a 
frisbee or football catch going on out- 
side. The floor lobbies are always 
bursting with laughter and excitement, 
especially on Thursday nights when 
Tyson shows its stuff. 7th floor parties 
are the "place to be", but actually every 
floor has its fair share of fun. This year 
the 4th floor went co-ed room by room 
and the concensus is that "it's great!" 
Other residents enjoy the close 
friendships that have developed among 
the men and women on their floor. The 
late night talks and daytime chats will 
be fond memories for all Tyson resi- 
dents in the years to come. And do you 
remember the hayride . . . , the Tyson 
Pops Choir . . . , studying in the laundry 
room . . . , the "interesting" costume at 
the Halloween masquerade party . . . , 
floor dinners ... , fire drills that 
everyone slept through . . . , "Top this 
Killinger" .... dorm council minutes 
(s.s.) .... floor parties . . . , and lasting 
friendships? 




yson's elevators . . . broken again. 



A favorite pastime at Tyson. 




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Overlooking the basketball 
courts, Sanderson Hall houses 
many co-eds. As with most dorms, 
its' elevators rarely function 
properly. But the long climb up the 
stairs does not keep the attendance 
down at its parties. Their music 
provides the western section of 



campus with everything from disco 
to rock and roll. Residents find San- 
derson's location convenient to the 
cafeteria and the volleyball and 
basketball courts. Sanderson will 
be remembered for its many good 
times. 



SCHMIDT 



As one of the two female dorms 
on campus, Schmidt houses many 
attractive women. Its brick walls 
are unique to Schmidt. The first 
floor's fireplace and carpeting gives 
it a sense of warmth and a "home- 
like" feeling. In spite of the "no cut 
through" signs, many students con- 
tinue to make Schmidt's lobby a 
short cut to and from South 
Campus. When warm weather 
arrives Schmidt is often the victim 
of panty raids. When residents of 
Schmidt look back on the times they 
lived there they will most remem- 
ber . . . , no men allowed without es- 
corts . . . , broken elevators . . . , cof- 
feehouses . . . , semi-formals . . . , 
wild parties. 




A Schmidt desk worker is always ready to help. 




GOSHEN 



Of all the dorms on campus, 
Goshen has the reputation of being 
the quietest. But the residents know 
this is not true. The girls of Goshen 
seem to have a unique sense of un- 
ity. Freshmen moving into the dorm 
have no difficulty making close 
friends and retaining those 
friendships. Many residents like to 
think of themselves as a large 
family. On warm spring days the 
lawn outside the dorm, also known 
as "Goshen Ocean" can be found 
lined with sun-worshippers. Tennis 
players in the back parking lot is 
another common sight. Every dorm 
has its faults, and Goshen is no ex- 
ception. It seems as though the 
change machine is always broken 
and the vending machines love to 
eat money! These difficulties don't 
dampen the girls spirits. They take 
much pride in their dorm, Goshen, 
and it shows. 








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KILLINGER 



Klllinger is the only all male 
dorm on campus. With three floors 
and three separate wings it 
provides adequate room for all 
types of male activity! While walk- 
ing through Killinger you may find 
in almost every room Playboy pin- 
up girls, dirty socks, half nude men, 
trash cans full of empty beer bot- 
tles, and unmade beds. When walk- 
ing around campus late at night, 
girls think it is safer to cut through 
Killinger. This may be debatable. 
Killinger residents are famous for 
their whistles, cooing, and com- 
ments! Killinger may indeed be a 
"party dorm" but the West Chester 
men enjoy their unique single sex 
dorm and the opportunity to make 
friendships that are very special 
and lasting. 



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OFF CAMPUS 






Tired of the dorms, many stu- 
dents choose to move off-campus. A 
majority of these students are up- 
perclassmen. Apartment life offers 
many advantages to the West 
Chester student, such as private 
phones, a quiet place to study, more 
living space, home-cooked meals, 
and of course, privacy. But with the 
advantages comes the disadvan- 
tages. Renters must find summer 
sub-leasees; usually provide their 
own furniture; pay high gas, elec- 
tric, and phone bills, not to mention 
the rent; and wash all the pots and 
pans after their home-cooked 
meals! Most off-campus students 
feel that the advantages outweigh 
the disadvantages. They enjoy their 
freedom and privacy, and take 
great pride in an apartment they 
can call their own. Some of the pop- 
ular off-campus housing locations 
are Dean Street Apartments, 
Ramsgate, Franklin Court, Walnut 
Street, and Regent's Walk Apart- 
ments. 



Ramsgate Apartments house many off-campus students. 




A popular off-campus location, Dean Street Apartments. 




A Dean Street apartment house shelters West Chester State students. 



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The life 
of a 
Commuter 



The life of a commuter tends to 
be tiring and hectic, especially for 
those coming from a distance. But a 
large percentage of West Chester 
State College's students choose to 
commute everyday to campus. The 
commuter is able to save money 
and enjoy a home-cooked meal. 
Another advantage of the com- 
muter is the opportunity to meet 
many friendly people who have 
much in common. They have a 
unique way of maintaining 
everlasting friendships. When look- 
ing back on their years spent com- 
muting, they will remember most 
. . . , driving all the way to school on 
solid ice only to find classes can- 
celled . . . , digging their way 
through snow to a parking space 
. . . , trying to find a place to park 
. . . , counting how many parking 
tickets they have . . . , sleeping in 
the library . . . , making good 
friends .... 




A problem all commuters dread 




The One Who 
Takes The Bus . . . 

A majority of West Chester's 
commuters come from Philadelphia 
and many choose public transporta- 
tion. They are familiar with the 
frustrating moments trying to catch 
a SEPTA bus or train, but are able 
to avoid the problems of parking, 
traffic, and rising gas prices. They 
can be found throughout the day 
waiting at the bus stop located at 
the corner of Market Street and 
High Street. 



For those commuters without cars, an alternative. 





The One Who 
Takes The Car 



The hassles of those commuters 
depending upon their cars for 
transportation are no less than 
those choosing public transporta- 
tion. They must deal with traffic on 
the frequently traveled Routes 3 
and 1, 195, or the Schuykill Ex- 
pressway. After fighting the traffic 
the driver then must search the 
campus for a parking space and 
arrive to class on time. Commuters 
hope that after class their cars have 
not been removed by a tow truck or 
ticketed. Due to the ever-rising 
prices of gas, many commuters 
resort to car pooling. 




For those commuters with cars, the ever-present problem of campus parking. 



Where They Go . . . 

Finding a place to go to fill the 
gaps in their schedule is yet another 
dilemma the commuter must deal 
with. There are several choices 
available. Many use Sykes Student 
Union building which offers a deli, 
vending machines, a game room, 
and study lounges. Others choose to 
spend their free time at the library 
to catch up on studying or even 



sleep! Lawrence Center provides a 
cafeteria for eating and socializing, 
and Recitation Hall receives many 
commuters seeking candy, ice 
cream, soda, or coffee from its 
vending machines. New Main's 
lobby is frequented by commuters 
who choose to study or chat with 
friends. 




The top of Lawrence offers the commuter a place to eat and to relax. 



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Commuters, looking for a place to 
study and relax in-between 
classes, frequent Recitation Hall, 
New Main, and the library. 



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FRANCIS 
HARVEY 
GREEN 
LIBRARY 



West Chester State College has every 
right to be proud of its library. Its six 
floors hold general resource materials, 
books of all kinds, records, a large selec- 
tion of periodicals, typing rooms, copy 
machines, student lounges, and a special 
collections room. Unlike the dorms, the 
library offers a quiet place to read or 
study. Most find its comfortable chairs 
especially beneficial for studying, and 
sometimes for sleeping. 



Many students find studying in the library 
easier because distractions are minimized. 






The classroom — a place for roll call, lectures, 
writer's cramp, discussions, tests, experiments, art 
work, musical creativity, physical activity, questions, 
answers, and of course learning. It's rushing to class, 
seeing friends, watching the clock, and sometimes 
falling asleep. But the classroom is the reason we are 
here, to further our knowledge and education. 




Science classes in Schmucker Science Center, 



Sykes College Union Building, also known as 
SCUB, offers much to all West Chester State stu- 
dents. Student lounges, the deli, the game room, 
and the ticket window are all located on the main 
floor. Many offices of student centered organiza- 
tions, such as IGA, The Quad, WCUR, Program 
Board, and Student Development and Affairs are 
located in Sykes. But most students use the Sykes 
building for its bookstore which sells everything 
from toothpaste to T-shirts. Long lines of WCS stu- 
dents can be found on Friday afternoons waiting to 
cash checks for the weekend. 




A place to relax . 




A place to meet friends 





A place to shoot pinball . 





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SYKE'S DELI 



Syke's Deli, located on the first 
floor of SCUB, is open Monday 
through Friday from 11 o'clock to 
6:30. The deli serves all types of 
sandwiches, hoagies, and salads. In 
addition to the deli, there are 
vending machines and a microvi'ave 
oven to warm foods. Sykes Deli is 



especially handy for commuters 
looking for lunch without having to 
move their cars. Many West 
Chester students find the deli's in- 
formal atmosphere conducive for 
group studying or just getting 
together with friends. 




, and conversation 




Wayne Hall hosts its version of the Wizard of Oz. 




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In the fall friendships are renewed. 




September brings the commencement of classes. 



FALL SCENES 




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Fall means many things to many 
people. For some, fall means the 
start of classes, seeing old friends 
again, and the anticipation of a new 
school year. For others, fall is foot- 
ball games and cheerleaders, 
cooler weather and down jackets, 
Halloween and costume parties, 
autumn colors and egg corns. 
Thanksgiving and turkey. Its 
yellows, reds, oranges, and rusts 
make autumn one of the most 
beautiful seasons of the year. 



Impromptu football games are common in the fall 



PIZZA 




Every college town has a number 
of pizza places available to its stu- 
dents. West Chester is no exception 
to the rule. Pizza Hut, Deano's, 
Benny's, Las Vegas, Italian Way, 
and Land of Pizza offer all sizes and 
shapes to the college community. 
Pizza makes a great late night snack 
or a substitute for cafeteria food. 
Several pizzerias deliver to the 
dorms, which is a great con- 
venience to students without cars. 



Land Of Pizza, "The Pig" is the home of the small pizza. 



Las Vegas Pizza is famous for its Stromboli. 




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The newcomer to the West Chester pizza scene. 




Deano's delivers. 



Places to eat 



West Chester offers many 
possibilities for those who are look- 
ing for a place to eat. Close to 
campus is the lunch mobile which 
is parked on Church Street across 
from Anderson Hall. Its menu in- 
cludes hamburgers, cheeseburgers, 
and cheese steaks, and it has a no 
wait policy which is beneficial to 
the student in a hurry. The Land of 
Pizza, also known as "The Pig" is a 
popular spot. It is located across 
from Main Hall and offers pizza, 
cheese steaks, hoagies, and ice 
cream. Wendy's Hamburgers, Mac- 
Donald's, and Gino's are also fre- 
quented by WCSC students. Other 
places to get something to eat are 
the Courtyard, Farmer In the Dell, 
Nield Street Deli, and Rosi's Deli. 







ppdrtunily for a quick meal on campus 








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"The Pig" located across from New Main is accessible to any West Chester student. 




Nield Street Deli caters to off- 
campus students. 



LOCAL HANGOUTS 





After a long week of lectures, 
studying, and tests the local water- 
ing holes are a popular way to get 
together with friends, socialize, and 
temporarily forget the troubles and 
hassles of school. The Courtyard, 
found in the Parkway Center, pro- 
vides both a bar and a restaurant. 
The Rathskeller, also known as 
"The Rat" is conveniently located 
directly across from Main Hall. 
Although The Anvil is located a dis- 
tance from campus, many West 
Chester students can be found 
there on Thursday evenings. Jake's 
Bar, Joe's Bar, Cabaret, and Turk's 
Head are other spots available to 
students. 




LAWRENCE CENTER 

A cafeteria for commuters, the post office, the cafeteria is . . . long lines . . . meal cards . . . dirty 
Counseling Center. Planned Parenthood, Financial silverware . . . salad bar . . . FOOD FIGHTS . . . 
Aid Office, and the cafeteria for students with empty salt shakers . . . veal . . . hamburgers but no 
meal cards are all located in Lawrence Center. The ketchup ... hot dogs but no mustard . . . special din- 
cafeteria offers students three meals a day for a ners ... ice cream ... a place to meet friends . . . 
very reasonable price. The cafeteria is a place to "It's fish cakes tonight . . . wanna go to 
fill an empty stomach and meet with friends. The McDonald's?" 





Too often, the next step is a line. 




Then comes choosing the lesser of the evils. 




But most importantly the caf. offers a time for 
relaxation and conversation. 



WINTER SCENES 




Impromptu football games continue even in the snow. 





A well bundled co-ed sports sensible, if not fashionable, winter attire. 




WINTER 



The winter of '79 brought much 
snow to West Chester and its sur- 
rounding areas. For the second year 
in a row WCS closed its campus for 
several days due to bad road condi- 
tions, which made commuting dif- 
ficult for both students and 
teachers. Off-campus students 
dealt with the dilemma of cold 
apartments and high heating costs. 
But it was certainly a good season 
for those who headed north to ski 
on weekends. Others made use of 
the cold weather by enjoying such 
winter activities as skating, 
sledding, and tobogganing. 



lling past Killinger Hall. 




CHRISTMAS SCENES 




Christmas at WCSC 

December is a special month for West 
Chester students. It not only signifies the 
end of a semester but the arrival of 
Christmas time. Dorm lobbies are 
decorated, bright lights adorn windows, 
festive cards are hung on doors, and 



Christmas music is heard in every hall. The 
cafeteria holds a special candlelight dinner 
which is followed by the very formal and 
beautiful Christmas choral concert. Decem- 
ber is truly a very special time at WCSC. 




Mistletoe, candy canes, wreathes, pinecones, caroling, presents, eggnog, 
and a star on top of a tree fill our senses at Christmas time. This year, 
Hanukkah and Christmas fell on the same day. making the winter holiday 
season especially meaingful. It was a time of giving, sharing, joy, and love. 



SPRING 
SCENES 



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Four WCSC men participate in a popular Springtime activity — girl 
watching. 




Volleyball and basketball courts are offered for dormitory students in front 
of Sanderson Hall. 



Combining class and warm weather creates a more enjoyable learning at- 
mosphere. 




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Sjiring brings crowded tennis courts. 




-mal Softball games are a frequent sigfit behind Hollinger Field House. 



Robins, softball and volleyball 
games, classes held outdoors. 
Spring Weekend, and the smell of 
freshly cut grass signify the end 
of a semester and the beginning of 
Spring at West Chester State Col- 
lege. Spring is a season of new life 
and new beginnings, and West 
Chester students find the time and 
a variety of ways to enjoy this spe- 
cial season. When Spring fever hits, 
tennis pros, joggers, sun bathers, 
and frisbee throwers are found all 
over campus. 




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SUN BATHERS 




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West Chester students seem 
to be dedicated to the ritual of 
worshiping the sun. On a 
sunny day, despite classes, 
school work, and employment, 
students can be found lined up 
along sidewalks and lawns try- 
ing to obtain a golden tan. A 
blanket, suntan lotion, music 
from a nearby dorm, and 
sunlight is all the sun 
worshiper demands. Others 
choose to enjoy the sunshine 
by throwing a frisbee or par- 
ticipating in outdoor games, 
such as Softball, tennis, 
volleyball, and basketball. 




Goshen's Concrete Beach 




Students soak up the rays in front of Ramsey Hall. 






Goshen residents combine sunshine and backgammon. 



GREEK WEEKEND 




A WCS sorority desperately tries to complete a perfect human 
pyramii 






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reek Weekend brings old friends together. 



Each Spring the Inter-Greek 
Council sponsors a Greek 
Weekend. It is a time for 
fraternity and sorority mem- 
bers to engage in friendly com- 
petition. The weekend began 
with a Greek sing won by the 
Alpha Kappa sorority on 
Thursday evening. Later that 
evening Delta Zeta sorority 
placed first in the skit com- 
petition. Greek Weekend con- 
tinued with a Friday night 
hayride and games on Satur- 
day afternoon. Some of the 
games, held behind the Learn- 
ing Research Center, were tug 
of war, beer chugging, and 
pyramid-making. The Greeks 
ended their weekend with a 
Sunday picnic. This year's 
Greek King and Queen were 
Greg Wilk of Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon, and Carol Burhel of 
Alpha Sigma Tau. Delta Zeta 
won the overall trophy for the 
1979 Greek Weekend. 




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SPRING 
WEEKEND 




Despite the threatening weather 
Spring Weekend proceeded as 
scheduled this year. The weekend 
started off with non-competitive 
games held in Ehringer Gym. Satur- 
day the annual games were held. 
Both the participants and the spec- 
tators enjoyed these games. This 
year a picnic was held at North 
campus and hamburgers and hot 
dogs were available to all students. 
Each year a concert is held on 
Saturday night at Farrell Stadium. 
The Michael Stanley Band per- 
formed for the students this year. 
Spring Weekend may be the only 
time of the year when all West 
Chester students can get together to 
enjoy games, free food, and the 
beginning days of warm weather. It 
is a weekend to set aside all 
academic worries and enjoy having 
some good ol' fun. Students look 
forward to their Spring Weekend 
and the good times. 




The sweet success of "finding the peanut' 



One of the many games of Spring Weekend. 



Palm trees are a familiar sight in Florida 

Palm trees, sun tan lotion, 
beer, clear ocean water, ren- 
ted cars, or long rides and 
solarcaine are familiar words 
to the Florida vacationer. Hun- 
dreds of West Chester stu- 
dents headed South this year 
for their spring break. Some 
chose to go by car, others flew 
to sunny Fort Lauderdale with 
a large group from W.C.S.C. 
Either way a good time was 
had by all. For a week, a West 
Chester student can swim, hit 
the beach, and visit numerous 
night clubs, but most impor- 
tant, can forget the hassles and 
worries of school. Spring 
break is a time to turn a 
healthy golden brown, relax in 
the sun, and spend time with 
friends. 



Some students prfifer camping to 
motels. 




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Each year the Program 
Board presents a number of 
artists to perform at West 
Chester State College. This 
year's first concert was given 
by Harry Chapin. He is con- 
sidered by many to be a per- 
sonal singer. His songs tell a 
story, and most are written 
from Chapin's life ex- 
periences. David Bromberg's 
concert was held on February 
26. Bromberg and his band 
demonstrated a variety of 
music consisting of jazz, folk, 
blues, country-rock, and 
ballads. David Bromberg and 
his band were well received 
b\' their West Chester 
audience. Johnny's Dance 
Band brought rock-n-roll to 
Phillip's Memorial Auditori- 
um on Sunday, March 25. The 
students of WCSC were 
enthusiastic and participated 
in the concert with much hand 
clapping. A good time was had 
by all who attended. The 
Nlichael Stanley Band was the 
last concert presented by the 
Program Board. On April 29 
the band appeared for the stu- 
dents of West Chester for their 
Spring Weekend. The MSB 
performed a variety of moods 
and methods, ranging from 
ballads to jazz. 




Harry Chapin 




The Michael Stanley Band 




CONCERTS 



David Bromberg 




Nanette Mancini of Johnny's Dance 
Band 



A variety of talents were 
demonstrated at this year's coffee- 
houses held at the Commonground 
in Sykes College Union Building. 
Bob Fellows Illusion Theatre was 
this year's first presentation. John 
Roarke came to the College on 
November 2 and demonstrated his 
talent as an impressionist. The Cafe 
Ole group and singer Michael 
Cooney proved their musical ability 
to the students of WCS. On Decem- 
ber 7, Otto, a ventriloquist carried 
on an apparent conversation with 
his dummy, George, to delight the 
audience. The coffeehouses offer 
the students professional entertain- 
ment and a chance to relax 




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SCOTLAND ON PARADE 

On September 26, a group 
called Scotland On Parade 
gave an exhibition of popular 
and traditional folk songs and 
dances of the Highlands and 
the Islands of Scotland. The 
group consisted of singers, 
pipers, a band, a Scottish fid- 
dler, and dances. The 
traditional Sword Dance and 
songs such as "Brigadoon" and 
"Auld Reekie" brought to life 
the colorful history of 
Scotland. This authentic Scot- 
tish entertainment was a novel 
and enjoyable experience for 
those who attended. 




VINCENT PRICE 

In the opinion of many, Vin- 
cent Price gives one of his best 
performances as Oscar Wilde 
in the one-man play "Diver- 
sions and Delights" which 
came to West Chester on Oc- 
tober 29. Mr. Price portrays 
Wilde toward the end of his 
life, when he must support 
himself by giving lectures. 
"Diversions and Delights" was 
written by John Gay and direc- 
ted by Tony award winner 
Joseph Hardy. 




CULTURAL AFFAIRS 




KOREAN NATIONAL 
SYMPHONY 

The Korean National 
Symphony, under the direc- 
tion of Yun Taik Hong made its 
first tour of North America in 
1979. West Chester State 
College was one of its stops. 
The Symphony is known in the 
Far East for its dedication, 
determination, and out- 
standing musical techniques 
and abilities. It was formed in 
1945 but was forced to disband 
during the Korean War. In 
1969, the Symphony became 
associated with the Korean 
National Theatre. Since then, 
the group has performed with 
operas, ballets, and guests ar- 
tists. In the past 23 years, the 
orchestra has grown from 30 to 
105 members and has given 
over 2000 performances. 




VIENNA CHOIR BOYS 

On Tuesday, March 20, 24 
boys and a choirmaster came 
to West Chester State from 
Austria. This group is called 
the Vienna Choir Boys. The 
choir has visited America 38 
times, has completed 8 Asian 
tours, and has traveled and 
performed throughout 
Austria. The boys have 
delighted millions for nearly 
five centuries. Although new 
boys are chosen each year, 
they continue to carry on the 
traditions of the Vienna Choir 
Boys. Their programs include 
secular and folk music, sacred 
songs, and costumed 
operettas. 



LECTURE 
SERIES 

William Rusher is by no 
means a specialist. He is a 
writer. TV personality, 
publisher, and lecturer. 
Foreign affairs, domestic 
politics, constitutional law, 
and internal security are some 
of the areas in which Mr. 
Rusher is a spokesman for the 
conservative viewpoint. He is 
not only publisher of William 
F. Buckley's National Revieu', 
America's leading journal of 
conservative opinion, but also 
a syndicated columnist whose 
column "The Conservative 
Advocate" appears in 
new'spapers across the coun- 
try. He has appeared many 
times on national TV 
defending his viewpoints, is 
an author of several books and 
numerous magazine articles, 
and is a professional lecturer, 
appearing in 47 states. William 
Rusher came to West Chester 
State on Wednesday, March 7 
to speak to the college com- 
munity. 



Maxine Kumin, has written 
several novels, the most recent 
being The Designated Heir, 
The Abduction, and The Pas- 
sions oj L/xport. Ms. Kumin is 
also the author of a number of 
children's books and is a 
prolific poet. Some of her 
published poetry includes The 
Retrieval System, Up Country, 
The Nightn^are Factory, The 
Privilege, and Halfway. 
Maxine Kumin has been a 
professor at Columbia Univer- 
sity, Branders University and 
Washington University in St. 
Louis. She has also been a 
visiting lecturer at Princeton 
University and the University 
of Massachusetts. Ms. Kumin 
was a member of the National 
Council on the Arts 
Fellowship, and won the Pulit- 
zer Prize for poetry in 1973 for 
Up Country. It was an honor to 
have such a distinguished 
writer and poet visit the 
college. 



Maxino Kumin 




Willim A. Rusher 






David Halberstam 




On Tuesday, October 17 
David Halberstam came to 
talk to the students and faculty 
of West Chester State College. 
A journalist and author, 
Halberstam has spent much 
time studying power. He has 
written a series of books on 
America's involvement in 
Vietnam, and The Best and 
The Brightest. He has spent 
much time studying the power 
of the media and its effect on 
Americans today. Shortly after 
graduating from Harvard, 
David Halberstam joined the 
New York Times as a foreign 
correspondent. He was one of 
the first journalists to oppose 
the United States role in Viet- 
nam, and won the Pulitzer 
Prize for his book The Best 
and The Brightest. He has 
received the George Polk 
Memorial Award and the first 
Louis M. Lyons award from 
Harvard University. 



Rev. Leon Sullivan of 
Philadelphia's Zion Baptist 
Church is a well-known leader 
for "Black Capitalism." He has 
developed several businesses 
that have aided thousands of 
Blacks. His most recent 
businesses are Progress 
Aerospace Enterprises, Inc., 
which involves members of 
the Black Community in the 
aerospace industry, and 
Progress Garment Manufac- 
turing Company, which is 
owned and administrated by 
Afro-Americans. Rev. Sullivan 
founded the Zion Investment 
Associates which has opened 
several superettes, both ow- 
ned and operated by Blacks. 
Rev. Sullivan has helped his 
church become an active part 
in the community. Life 
Magazine chose Leon Sullivan 
as one of 100 outstanding 
young adults in 1963. He was 
the first Black to serve on the 
Board of General Motors. Rev. 
Sullivan can be considered 
one of the most powerful 
speakers for ihe rights of to- 
day's Afro-Americans. 

Reverend Leon Sullivan 



The Fall. 1978 Little Theatre offerings included 
Paul Zindel's The Effect of Gamma Roys on Man- 
in-lhe-AIoon-Marigo/ds directed by department 
chairman Dr. William Morehouse: Molieres far- 
cical comedy The Miser, directed by Saundra M. 
Hall: and Harold Pinters Old Times, directed by 
Jay Berkewitz. which closed the semester. 

Representatives from the American College 
Theatre Festival visited West Chester during the 
Fall, and three performers from The Miser were 
selected to attend the semi-finals of ACTF's tri- 
state acting competition. One of those performers, 
senior Stephen |. Mulch, was advanced to the 
finals of that competition. 

The Spring. 1979 season offered two student- 
directed shows and a children's theatre produc- 
tion. Little Theatre, in conjunction with student 
Musical Theatre Company, opened the semester 
with the musical Carnival'., directed by senior 
Harry John McFadden. Michael Cristopher's sear- 
ing drama The Shadoiv Box was directed by 
Stephen |. Mulch, and the season closed with Two 
Foik Tales of Japan, directed by Dr. Yoko 
Hashimoto-Sinclair. 

Little Theatre officers for 1979 are Teresa Byrne, 
president: Betsy Waldron. vice-president: and 
Stephen Mulch, secretary-treasurer. Theatre 
faculty and officers and members of Little Theatre 
are anxiously awaiting the opening of Turk's Head 
Theatre in the fall. The new facility which will ac- 
commodate an audience of two hundred, is also 
located on the ground floor of the Learning 
Research Center. 



Row 1: Sue Perrone. Terry Byne. Steve Mulch. 
Betsy Waldron. Row 2: Ashly Izand. Billy Fell, 
Dean Remel. Joyce Paulowski. Row 3: Judy 
D'Angelor. Annmarie Kelly. David Smith. Tom 
Dudash. Donna Lutz. Sue McCain. Row 4: Vince 
Echart. Harry John McFadden, Wendy Ann Roz- 
mer. Row 5: Bill Laubach, Tim Weiss. 





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The Miser L-R Harry John McFadden, Marie Mul- 
len, Matt Nichols, Carolyn Noone, Stephen Mulch, 
Tim Weiss, Paul Parente, Dean Kernel, Susan 
Perrone. William Fell. 



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The carnival opens and the parade begins with 
"Direct From Vienna," sung by the carnival 
people. 

L to R Katie Marks, Mike Scarino, Bill Laubach, 
Betsy Waldron, Melissa Peterson, Dave Wetzel. Pat 
Monkhouse. John Bolger. Annmarie Kelly, Debra 
Kerbel, Larrick Daniels. Steve Latsios, Mary Jean 
Sparger, Barb McGinley, Jeff Kline, Nancy 
Polhemus. 



Since its inception in 1973, the West 
Chester Musical Theatre Company 
has been dedicated to integrating 
theatre with musical arts. It is open 
to all students regardless of major. 
Productions are totally directed and 
performed by students, and provide 
an opportunity for experience in 
different theatre genres. This year's 
production was the spirited musical 
CARNIVAL!, under the direction of 
Harry John McFadden. CAR- 
NIVAL.' was presented to the 
college community on February 22, 
23, and 24. Officers of the 1979-1980 
Musical Theatre Company are 
Annmarie Kelly (President], Tom 
Dudash (Vice President), Larrick 
Daniels (Secretary), and Vince 
Eckhart (Treasurer). 




Marco the Magnificent (Stu Frederick) 
reassures the incomparable Rosalie (Annmarie 
KeliyI that it was "Always. Always you." 




flying photographer: Robert Klimas L-R Row 1: Ellen Sands, Kathy Boyer, Dave 
Burns. Bob Wood. Diana Stapleton. Steve Stanton. L-R Row 2: Terry Reid. Carol 
Fisher. Marc McCarron. Patty Daley. Gerard J. Burkhart, Lori [ordan. Mike Bria, 
Wynne Wiling. Kris Midboe. L-R Row 3: Bob Bruhin. Jessica Scarangella, Ken 
Williams. Carol McCoach. Bob Trimble. Chris Geremesz, Bryan Williams, 
Slacie )ordan, Mike Maslowski. Carl Signer. 




Kllon Sands. News Editor, ponders the ques- 
tion, "What am I doing here?" 



MEDIA 




Editorial Board. The Quad: on floor: Stacie Jordan, 
Business Manager, on couch: L-R Ellen Sands, 
News Editor; Bob Wood, Photography Editor; Carol 
Fisher, Associate Editor, back: L-R Mike 
Maslowski, Advertising Manager; Lori Jordan, 
Editor-in-Chief. 



Carolyn Roessel, Business Manager, struggles to 
free herself from the burden of her work. 





iri Jordan, Editor-in-Chief welcomes new 
iff members with open arms. 



THE QUAD 

Quad Angles, commonly called The 
Quad is West Chester State's 
weekly newspaper. College stu- 
dents look forward to reading the 
paper on Tuesdays. The paper in- 
cludes everything from campus 
news, sports, editorials, letters to 
the editor, and photography, to 
News Stuff. Many students depend 
upon the newspaper to learn about 
a variety of campus activities and 
news. The staff works hard to cover 
sports events, concerts, lectures, 
and campus happenings to meet 
their Friday night deadlines. 



THE SERPENTINE 





Benila Adams- 
It is the purpose of the Serpentine to provide the 
students with written and pictorial summaries of 
their college years. This year the book captures] 
scenes from the first day of moving in to gradua- 
tion. The directions of our lives through our differ-! 
ent adventures, friends, and memories exist, just as] 
they exist in this yearbook. We hope you find as] 
much pleasure in this book as you did in yourj 
college years. 

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DAEDALUS 



Daedalus, the artful craftsman, is 
remembered for his spirit of 
creativity. An Athenian architect who, 
when trapped In Crete with his son 
Icarus escaped by means of the wings 
he created, Daedalus serves as a 
source of inspiration for those wishing 
to create something new. Hence, the 
creative writing students of West 
Chester chose Daedalus as their men- 
tor. The student literary magazine, 
Daedalus, overflows with the best stu- 
dent prose, poetry, artwork, and 
photography. It offers a forum that 
allows students to see their work in 
print, stresses quality rather than 
quantity in writing, and sets high stan- 
dards for incoming students. Not only 
do the readers of Daedalus as well as 
its contributors benefit, so do those 
students who actually produce the 
magazine. Assembling it provides 
practical experience for interested 
students in editing, proofreading, 
layout, advertising, and marketing. 
Besides that, working on Daedalus is 
fun! 




WCUR 
RADIO 




WCUR Radio offers a college 
oriented program to West 
Chester State College campus 
residents. WCUR also provides 
radio experience and a possible 
stepping-stone to a professional 
broadcasting career for those 
involved. 

Row 1: L-R Glen Motson (Business Direc- 
tor). Mike Dowling (Sports Director), Kim 
Hoover (Executive Sec), Fred Donatelli. 
Ed Oxner (Station Manager). Kathy 
Holowecky (Public Service Director), 
Tom Whitmoyer. Row 2: L-R Carol 
Vogenberg, Debbie Johnson, Lynn 
Platkowski. Sinda Scheuer (Women's 
Sports Director), Stephen Walls, Terri 
Wilson (Personnel Director), Jim Devine, 
Joe Conway (Operations Director), De- 
bie De Berjeois. Row 3: L-R Jeff Randall, 
Vince Shatto. Mike Bogutz, Stephen 
Blake, Wynne Wilking (Advertising 
Director). Steve Flowers, Frand Wilson 
(Program Director), Stephen Anthony. 
Row 4: L-R Mike Ferenz (Publicity Direc- 
tor), Barry Furnival (Production Direc- 
tor), Mark Zortman. Absent: Gail 
Wagner. 







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MARCHING BAND 



The West Chester State Marching Band, 
nationally recognized for its' superb perfor- 
mances, is a source of pride here at West 
Chester. It consists of 230 playing members and a 
bandfront of 60 members who must practice con- 
stantly if they are to maintain their seeming per- 
fection. They performed this year for the 
Baltimore and Philadelphia Professional Foot- 
ball Clubs, for all home college football games, 
for the Cavalcade of Bands, and in a few 
parades. 






WIND ENSEMBLE 




The Wind Ensemble is composed 
of 50 of the finest wind and percus- 
sion players at West Chester State 
College. It was established in 1969 
to add a new dimension to the per- 
formance skills of the students. 
Closely resembling the full wind 
and percussion sections of a 
symphony orchestra, it is capable of 
a gamut of styles and colors. With 
one on a part, each player becomes 
a soloist weaving his own colorful 
thread into the fabric of the Ensem- 
ble. The Ensemble has become in- 
creasingly active by accepting in- 
vitations for State and National 
Music Conventions in addition to 
regularly scheduled concerts for 



high school audiences. The Ensem- 
ble now offers a new kind of listen- 
ing and learning experience to its 
high school audience. Upon arrival 
in a district, small groups from 
within the Ensemble (Saxophone 
Quartet, Brass Quintet, Woodwind 
Quintet, and Percussion Ensemble) 
are farmed out to elementary, 
middle-school, and junior-high cen- 
ters for informal, mini programs 
followed by a "young audience" 
style presentation late in the day by 
the entire Wind Ensemble at the 
high school. Individual and sec- 
tional instrumental clinics are also 
available upon request. 





SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA 



West Chester State College Symphony Orchestra, un- 
der the direction of Jacques Voois, serves as a sup- 
porting organization for the school, with an extremely 
busy four concert season. At the end of a fine season the 
orchestra performers with senior soloists in what has 
become one of the Music School's most popular presen- 
tation. Approximately 20 seniors were featured in these 
two concerts. 

In keeping with the Music School's policy of produc- 
ing an annual children's opera, members of the 
orchestra accompanied five performances of Menotti's 
"Amahl and the Night Visitors." These operas were at- 
tended by more than 5,000 school students and adults. 
On April 8, 1979 the Orchestra and Concert Choir com- 
bined to perform Bach's choral masterpiece, "The Mass 
in B-Minor." This performance culminated the School of 
Music's five day Bach festival. As an independent 
organization, the Symphony Orchestra made the exten- 
sive tour to Pottstown, Bethlehem, and Allentown. On 
the tour the Orchestra performed for nearly 3,000 
listeners. The Orchestra's annual campus Symphony 
Concert was given on March 4th to an audience of 
nearly 1,000. 

West Chester State College's Symphony Orchestra has 
been a consistent supporter of Pennsylvania's Inter- 
collegiate Festival. This year the festival was held at 
Wilkes College in Wilkes-Barre, PA. and 12 of the 
orchestra's outstanding performers were selected for 
participation. 



CHAMBER CHOIR 




Row 1: L-R Virginia Shaw. |anice Pect;, Jill Mover, Lois Aldin. Virginia Pursell. Barbara Christian. Maureen Hough, Miriam 
Bliss, Helen |ones, Pegg\' Weber, Betty Peterson, Row 2 L-R Stephen Crowle, Mark Shankweiler, David Price, Mark Zortman, 
David Baney. David Wetzel, Frank Zigman, Kenneth Hoffer, Curt Wright. Robert Rush, Michael Parker, Michael Burgo, John 
Sinclair. 



The twenty-four member Cham- 
ber Choir specializes in singing 
Renaissance and Baroque music. 
Chosen by audition, this year's 
membership includes voice, piano, 
and instrumental majors who are 
active performers in a wide variety 
of other musical organizations at 
the college. This unique group pre- 
sents programs for various 
churches and clubs in the 
Philadelphia area and for 
professional music associations as 
well as its annual programs on the 
college campus. Last December the 
choir was featured in a Christmas 
Madrigal Fest at Kendal at 
Longwood and in the college Philips 
Memorial Library, The choir has 



appeared in performance at the 
Pennsylvania Music Teachers 
Association, the Music Educators 
National Conference and the 
American Choral Directors 
Association for the past four years. 
This year's concert schedule in- 
cluded appearances at the Kennett 
Square Century Club, the First 
Presbyterian Church, Abend- 
musiken Series in Reading, and St. 
Peter's Church in Great Valley, 
as well as the Bach Fest on the 
college campus. 

The Choir is directed by Miss 
Jane Sheppard, Associate Professor 
in the Vocal/Choral Department, 
recitalist, and oratorio soloist. 




CRITERIONS 



The Criterions have two groups 
(Criterions I and II), both have per- 
formed at many high schools and 
colleges throughout the year and 
they have presented two concerts at 
the college during the year. 

Criterions I, under the faculty 
direction of Jim Sullivan, presented 
Randy Purcell as a guest artist who 
played with Maynard Ferguson for 
four years. Both Criterions I and II 
have music majors and non-majors 
in their programs. 



M.E.N.C. 



The Music Educators National 
Conference at West Chester spon- 
sors educational and cultural trips, 
on-campus programs, and guest 
clinicians. In addition, M.E.N.C. of- 
fers students professional mem- 
bership in the Music Educators 
Association, Students receive 
periodicals and research informa- 
tion as a result of their mem- 
bership. 



BEL CANTO CHOIR 



This student choir is 
sponsored by the Music 
Educators National Con- 
ference, but is open to all 
students on campus. The 25- 
35 member choir is led by a 
student director and per- 
forms twice a year, at 
Christmas and in the spring. 





OPERA CHORUS 



The Opera Chorus is 
devoted to the training of a 
choral group. Its members are 
chosen on the basis of audi- 
tions; they perform in various 
opera and operetta produc- 
tions. 




Betty Leslie and Timothy Newlin in "Amahl and the Night Visitors". Opera Direc- 
tor: Stella Conaway, Orchestra Conductor: )acques Voois. 



CONCERT CHOIR 




Row 1: L-R Kathleen Burnett, Linda Swarr, [oyce Kautz, Robert Shive, Steven Sinni, Stephen Crowle, Miss Lois WiUiams (Direc- 
tor), Kevin Shaner, Richard A. Raub, Rebecca Sensenig (Sec.-Treas.), Teri Peterman, Linda Lownes. Row 2: L-R Vicki Sheaffer, 
Colleen Boyle, Betty Peterson (Social Chairperson), Mark Webb, Mark Kraft (Pres.), Arthur Greene, Mark Shankweiler, 
Rosemary Smith, Cynthia Wagner, Suzanne Guinane. Row 3: L-R Barbara Rayer, Debbie Tingley, Peggy Weber (V.-P.), Douglas 
Weaver, Donald Grabowski, Scott Santo, Janet Wetmore, Karen Kalmbach. Ann Jenkins, Row 4: L-R Virginia Purcell, Virginia 
Shaw, Franklin Zigman, David Holly, John Mayer, Robert L. Mattern, Brian Moul, Frances Lawler, Sherry Owensby, Melinda 
Lecrone. Absent: Robert Lee. 



The 1978-79 Concert Choir, under the 
direction of Miss Lois Williams, 
Associate Professor of Music, is a select 
group of forty-one undergraduate singers 
from the School of Music devoted to the 
performance of challenging choral 
literature from a variety of periods and 
styles. The group comprises a major per- 
forming organization within the School 
of Music. 

Members of the choir come from 
diversified musical backgrounds, and 
are selected by audition on the basis of 
vocal ability, all-round musicianship, 
and scholarship. Members come from 
both the Bachelor of Science and 
Bachelor of Music degree programs of- 
fered in the School of Music. 

Individually, members of the choir 
nave attained some of the highest honors 
awarded by the School of Music, in- 
cluding Advanced Standing in Voice, as 



well as Vocal and Choral Conducting 
Scholarships. Several have had impor- 
tant roles in the school's opera produc- 
tions and others have earned principal 
positions in our major instrumental 
organizations. Several members of the 
choir are active as organists, choir direc- 
tors, or soloists in area churches. 

This year the activities began with a 
concert in Wilmington, Delaware, 
followed by an on-campus concert in 
November. In December the Concert 
Choir sponsored their second Com- 
munity/College Messiah Sing-in. The 
Spring semester included area concerts 
as well as performances at the PMEA 
Conference in Hershey, the Regional 
MENC in Atlantic City, the Cathedral of 
Sts. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia, the 
Philadelphia Chapter of the AGO, and a 
nine-day tour throughout Connecticut 
and Pennsylvania. 




COLLEGE 
CHOIR 



The College Choir is an exciting experience for men 
and women interested in performing choral literature 
for all reasons from Baroque to Broadway! 

Meeting twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday for one 
hour, the choir is both a required chorus for juniors and 
seniors and an elective for any music major. It is a choir 
that accepts non majors after an interview with Director 
Robin Frenz. 

The choir performs at least twice during the academic 
year, joining with the Concert Choir for three Carol 
Program Concerts at Christmas and its own concert in 
the spring. The choir receives credit. 



WOMEN'S 
CHORUS 



The Women's Chorus consists mainly of 
freshman and sophomore women in the School of 
Music programs. This year there are also several 
senior women and several B.A. students. This 
chorus performed in the Christmas Carol program 
in December and in the Men's and Women's 
Chorus concert on May 6th. The chorus is conduc- 
ted by Jane Sheppard, Associate Professor in the 
Vocal/Choral Department, recitalist and oratorio 
soloist. 




MEN'S CHORUS 



Although all freshman and sophomore men who 
are music majors are a part of this vocal group, 
men from other curricula are welcome to audition. 
Performances are open to all students. 



MUSICA ANTIGUA 



Membership in this unique music 
group is open to all interested stu- 
dents. It is designed to acquaint stu- 
dents with vocal music and instrumen- 
tal music prior to 1700. Students learn 
to perform this type of vocal music as 



well as play some of the groups collec- 
tion of instruments — which includes 
a harpsichord, recorders, krumm- 
horns, sackbuts, a slide trumpet, and a 
viola da gamba. 




WOMEN'S 
GLEE CLUB 



Composed of non-music majors, 
this service club offers those in- 
terested a chance to continue their 
involvement in music. Rehearsals 
are twice a week and performances 
are scheduled during Christmas 
and the spring. This year the 
Women's Glee Club performed in 
"Amahl and the Night Visitors" for 
their Spring Concert. 




Row 1: L-R Cheryl Gooden, Aida Garcia (Social Chairperson), Jane Concannon (Social Chairperson), Carol Sachs, Barbara 
Stetler (Sec), Elysa Terracciano (V.-P.), Cindy Roddy, Melody Wilcox, Pat lacovitti. Holly Larson, Tracy Edwards, Lisa Gable. 
Pam Thompson, Mary Jane Rossetti, Debbie Johnson. Row 2: L-R Carol Bogenberg, Teresa Nicastro, Sherry Swartz, Tracy 
Thomas, Kim Dymond, Wendy Scheetz, Cheryl Krick, Tammy Smith. Sue Schuettler, Joyce Mashack, Kelly Crockett, Joyce 
Pawloski. Row 3: L-R Barbara Nonnemaker, Ellen Feathers, Kathy Brennan, Ann Gieringer (Librarian], Linnea Appleby, Linda 
Lynch, Sueanne Izatt, Lynn LaBarge, Jackie Pell. Kim Decker, Tanya Koshuta, Judy Smith, Kim Stanford, Peggy Petracca. Row 4: 
L-R Ann Grudzinski, Laurie Walsh, Debbie Anderson, Wendy Bates, Debbie Ryan (Treas.), Kelly Jones, Laurie Eckman, Barbara 
McCool, Beth Ralston, Ruth Kolva, Carol Webb, Lynn Tucker, Kathy Horn (Pres.j. Absent: Lidia Wojewodka (Librarian). Lona 
Lanan, Barbara Steager, Terri Conaway, Marie Suchocki. 



GOVERNMENTS 



IGA 



The Intercollegiate Governmental Association 
is comprised of all undergraduate members of 
the college upon payment of the I.G.A. fee. The 
IGA is primarily concerned with the welfare of 
the student body and provides students with ex- 
perience in the processes of democratic govern- 
ment. The IGA General Assembly is elected and 
works in conjunction with various student com- 
mittees to achieve its goals. The President of the 
college and the Board of Trustees have final 
authority in matters dealing with fiscal, policy 
making, and various disciplinary matters. The 
IGA maintains the College Bookstore, the stu- 
dent newspaper, the college radio station, con- 
ducts ticket sales for college events, the Little 
Theatre and helps the Cultural Affairs program 
to name a few. 



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IGA OFFICERS 



L-R Rosaria Catanese (Sec). Delibie Morris (Pres.), William L. Baird (V- 
P). Jorge A. Leon (Tres.j 




Seated: Jorge A. Leon Standing: L-R Patrick Kerns, Tim Grimm. Mike Marchiondo, Melinda 
Lecrone, Tia DeNora. Bill Baird. 

Row 1: L-R Rosaria Catanese (Sec). Jorge A. Leon (Treas.), Debbie Morris (Pres.). William L. 
Baird (V-P) , Eleanor Burrichter Row 2: L-R Stuart Simeonides. Kathy McGinley. Robert Fan- 
non. Jeanne Livesey, Michael Buckwash, Elizabeth lacovitti, Richard Estacio. Pam Ehly. 
Mike Marchiondo, Mary-Anne Yallourakis Row 3: L-R Karen Kelley, Tia DeNora. Melinda 
Lecrone, Sue Hanson, Bob Mattern, Doug Spohn, Tim Grimm, Pat Kerns. 



IGA FINANCE 
COMMITTEE 

The Finance Committee of 
IGA is responsible for 
developing the annual budget, 
interpreting IGA financial 
policies and procedures, and 
acting as IGA's foremost con- 
tact with our funded organiza- 
tions. 



IGA GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY 




BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



L-R Steve Fiedler, Doug 
Spohn, Sue Hanson, Mell 
Josephs, Bill Pratt, Mia 
Casson. loel Darrow 




The Board of Governors was developed to maintain the Sykes 
College Union Building. The evaluations and recommendations on 
College Union Policy, building operations, and allocation of building 
space are the primary concerns of this organization. Membership in- 
cludes students from IGA, RHA, OSCA, and the Graduate Division, 
as well as one faculty member, two administrators and one ex-staff 
member of the Program Board. 



RHA 



The Residence Hall Associa- 
tion coordinates, legislates 
and programs for the students 
living in the residence halls 
through elected officials from 
each hall. It is responsible for 
making residential life on the 
West Chester campus an en- 
joyable and educational ex- 
perience. It provides among 
other things recreational 
equipment, kitchen equip- 
ment and small appliances. 




Row 1: L-R Alan I,. Beatty (Treas.), JoAnn McLaughlin (V-P), Dennis M. 
Sweeney (Pres.), Gail Roth (Prog. Co-ordinator), Cindy Suzich (Sec), 
Row 2: L-R Carol Williams, Patricia S. Nagle, Sandye Owen, Beth 
Gilligan, Kathy Noon, Diane E. Mitchell, Denise V. Greene, [ohn A, Bardi, 
Kathy Baualt. Trish Cress, Mary Henry, Row 3: L-R Rulhann Wehr, 
Traccy Hallman, Teri Foster, Elizabeth lacovitti, Richard A. Estacio, Tom 
Emig, Mary-Anne Yallourakis, Kris Olson, Colleen McGarvey, Dave 
Musumeci, Tammy Harman, Antoinette K. Keating, Steven F. Stanton, 
|ane Currens, Scott Santo. 



PROGRAM BOARD 



Row 1: L-R Pat Hirjak. Gail Roth. Tim Grimm (Chairperson). Row 2: L-R Dorothy Hickey 
Demetor (Staff Advisor), Joel Darron. Maria Catanese, Rebecca Schroeder (Sec), Kathy 
Thomas (Performing Arts Chairperson). 



The Program Board, a standing committee of IGA, is responsible for 
providing an on-going variety of co-curricular programs to meet the intellec- 
tual, social and cultural needs of the general college community. Movies, 
concerts, cabaret, and lectures are all presented by the Program Board. 




CAS 



The Commonwealth Association 
of Students is a lobbying organiza- 
tion representing the students of 
the Pennsylvania State College and 
University system. The Association 
is dedicated to guaranteeing high 
quality education for Pennsylvania 
students. 




Boltom to top: Rachel Somers (Co-coordinator J, Michael 
Buckwash (Treas.J, Kathleen Boyer 



The Off-Campus Student 
Association is a student government 
designed to meet the needs of the 
non-resident student. It has created 
a student legal service, a carpooling 
program and two OCSA 
scholarships in the amounts of $200 
each for two semesters. 



OCSA 




Row 1 (sitting): L-R Pam Ehly. Kathy McGinley Row 2: L-R Bud 

DiCiurcio, [oe Catanese. Thorn Lordan (Advisor), Eleanor 
Burrichter (Pres.|, William Boyd ]r. (Treas.), Bill Pratt, Michael 
Bottomley 



SPANISH 
STUDENT UNION 



The Spanish Student Union has 
been in existence since 1976, serv- 
ing the campus community with a 
variety of Hispanic experiences. Its 
goals and objectives are to make 
West Chester State College aware 
of a valuable Hispanic minority and 
create a sense of pride and unifica- 
tion among the Hispanic students. 



Row 1: L-R Louise Rivera (Treas.], Yolanda Delgado, Mary Lou Marquis (Pres.|. joAnn Corsino, Eddie Cruz, Cynthia Santiago, 
Slephe Walls. David E. Taylor, )udy D'Angelo, Jesus [ay Garcia, Absent: Linda Lopez (V-P], Nancy Rios (Sec), Loida Cruz 
(Recording Sec), Gloria Douglas (Activities Coordinator), Tracy Moore, Rosie Perez. 




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Row 1: L-R Jennifer Myra Gaines. Ruthenia Jackson (Recording Sec], Row 2: L-R Wayne A. Locust (V. Pres.). A, Jasmine 
Thigpen (Pres.), Robert B. Coleman, Christi Anna Jimenez (Corresponding Sec). Theresa M. Dent (Treas.). Row 3: L-R Vandyke 
D. Rowell I. Charalane M. Hosier. Prentice L. Chandler H. Alcin D. Daviston. Angela D. Walters, Absent: Steve Kinsey (Activity 
Coordinator), Tina Hicks, Andrew Dinniman (Advisor). 

BLACK STUDENT UNION 



The Black Student Union has 
been present on West Chester's 
campus since 1969. Membership Is 
open to all students, administrators, 
faculty, and staff regardless of race, 
religion, sex, or creed. Our major 
objective is first academic; then we 
are concerned with our social, po- 
litical, and cultural well being. 
These are the primary reasons for 
our existence. With the cooperation 
of the administration, faculty, staff, 
and college community, we have 
been able to pursue our goals with 
admirable satisfaction. We will 



continue to strive forward and 
maintain a cultural environment 
which will be conducive to aca- 
demic success. 

The Black Student Union has 
sponsored many activities during 
the past school year including: 
fashion shows, variety shows, an- 
nual picnics, guest speakers, con- 
certs, and many other enjoyable 
events. In addition, every year the 
Black Student Union sponsors two, 
week long cultural programs. 
Namely, Black History Week 
(February) and April Arts Festival. 




Margaret Lyon and Gail Anderson 




WHO'S WHO 



This year fifty students were 
chosen for Who's Who from 
the West Chester State student 
body. Students are nominated 
primarily by faculty and ad- 
ministration on the basis of 
academic record, honors 
earned, leadership qualities, 
personality, and high school 
and college activities. The 
nominees are screened by a 
special board where their 
cumulative average and their 
two references are con- 
sidered. Fifty students were 
chosen from a mixture of 
departments to represent West 
Chester State College in Who's 
Who in American CoJJeges 
and Universities. 



3i!I Baird and Eleanor Burrichter 




Karen Bull and 
Elizabeth Beglin 



Not Pictured: Clarence Alston, 
Heather jo Daley, Pam Dawson, 
William Dienna, Laurie 
Dromgold. Roxanne Englerth, 
Amy Ervin. Sandra Federici, 
Lisa Ferdinand, Brian Fillippo, 
Patricia Ford, Kathleen Horn, 
Karen Katrinak, Mark Kraft, 
Susan Lambert, John McVan, 
Deborah Morris, Karen Parker, 
Virginia Purcell, Susan 
Rockwell, Jean M. Schwandt, 
James Sempeles, G. Scott 
Shaffer, Kathleen Shaw, James 
Shinehouse, Theresa 
Thompson, Celestine Tiller, 
Peggy Weber, William White, 
and Cindy Ann Yetter. 




Debra Stoudt and Donna L. Remaley 



John W. Buchanan 
and P. J. Missiras 





Steve Applebaum and Margie Tavakalian 



CREEKS 




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Row 1: L-R Cathy Laird. Row 2: L-R Lesley Bergey, Faye Williams (V-P|, Wendy Cianciulli (Pres.). Denise Dallara (Rush 
Chairman), Mary Ann Loeper (Publicity Chairman). 

PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Panhellenic Council is comprised of two representatives from each of 
the nine national sororities here at West Chester. They organize the Rush 
program each semester, Greek Weekend (along with the Inter-Fraternity 
Council) and coordinate activities between the nine sororities. 



ALPHA PHI 
ALPHA 



Row 1: L-R Michael A. Harding (Community 
and Service Coordinator). Warren M. Trent 
(Sec). Ronn Jenkins, Tyrone T. LeCato 
(Treas.j. Darrell V. Freeman (Pres.). Tony C. 
Willis 





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Row 1: L-R Stanley E. Szczesniak. James R. Powell (Sec). Charles H. Grayson (V. 
Pres.), Carl E. Benson, John R. Glutz Row 2: L-R Bradley Beard. Greg Toso. Tim 
LaMatt, Craig Bilner 

SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Standing: Tom Watkins (Pres.) Sitting: Scott Moody 
(Sergeant in Arms) 



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OMEGA 

PSI 

PHI 



Row 1: L-R Ellen D. Dutton, Brian J. 
Glover, Rhonda L. Schoolfield, Carol 
U. Taylor (Treas.|, Dale Moore (V. 
Pres.). Stephanie L. Ford, Marsha E. 
Groce Row 2: L-R Michael Wade, 
Stephanie L. Bullard, Abby [ones, 
Darius L. Taylor, Renee B. Musgrove 
(Pres.), Bebop Coleman, Karen T. 
Killebrew (Sec), Myra j. Fields, 
Kenyatta D. Collins 



KAPPA 
ALPHA PSI 



Row 1: L-R Vandyke D. Rowell I, 
Hayward Sturdivant, Jeffrey Vernon, 
Scott Waters. David Turnbo, Missing: 
Gary Perkins, Paul Thorne, Paul 
Bryant 




THETA CHI 




Row 1: Ken Archer. Row 2: L-R Jeff Lawshe, Scot I Snyder (Pres.|, )ohn Albany (V. Pres.), Jim Decarlo (Treas.). John Ward, David 
Murphy, Rob Mitchell Row 3: L-R )ohn Mosser, Rob Honer, Chip Horner, Jamie Griffith, Tom Melnick Holding Banner: L-R Kyle 
Roblee, Pete Carter 




ALPHA 
PHI 



Row 1: L-R Nancy I. Beyer, Kalhy Moore, Bev Ludecke, Jane Althouse, Evelyn Kehoe, Kip Mayo, Cyndy Shuster, Gail Clymin, 
Debbie Walsh, Peggy Petizacca, Patty Davis, Bethann Muhlberger, Lynn Van Ost, Valerie Lynn Biderberg, Marilyn Swim- 
mer, Diane Schonfeld Row 2: L-R Tracy Duffy, Tammy Harman, Brenda Hall, Diane Leidheiser, Rosens Whealton, Pam 
Davis. Joanna DiBonaventura, Laura VanderDose, Sue Morrison, Judy McLaughlin, Holly Allebach, Chris Zaberer, Tobi 
Thomas, Debbie de Berjeois, Terry Kearney 



ALPHA i 

KAPPA 

ALPHA 




Row 1: L-R Renee M. Guillory, Venezuela R. Proctor (Pres.J, Alice J. Culver (Treas.) 
Row 2: L-R Crystal R. Frazier, Faye A. Williams Roe 3: L-R lesha B. Brown, Fleta M. 
Waters, Christine D. Wilcox 



ALPHA XI DELTA 



Row 1 (Standing) L-R: Karyn 
L. VVeiber (Rush Chairman). 
Sand)- M. Rossiter 
(Scholarship Chairman). 
Donna R. Jasinski 
( Phila nthropy Co- 

Chairman), Laura ]. Fisher 
(Corresponding Secretary). 
Kathy L. Fulmer (Vice 
President). Debra L. 
Schlegel (Philanthropy Co- 
chairman). Marianne Moltz 
(Marshal Ritualist], Donna 
Heffernan. Michele 
Farrence (Quill Chairman). 
Row 2 (Silting) L-R: Claire S. 
Sieracki (Ass. Treas.j. 
Melanie Moser (Recording 
Secretary), Carol Quigley 
(Pledge), Nancy Slate 
(Pledge Trainer). Sandra 
Boone. Mary Lee Mahoney 
(President). Gerada 
Scanlon. 




ALPHA SIGMA TAU 



Row 1: L-R Laura A. Erhard, 
Theresa M. Wildonger. Row 2 
L-R Susan E. Pfeifer (Pres.) 
Kathryn Reinhold (V.Pres.) 
Mary Italiano (Recording Sec] 
Lisa C. Steffy. Cheryl Gudaitis 
Debbie Panko. Barb Wagner 
Susan Weber. Row 3: L-R Debi 
Brechemin. Chrissy DeMarco. 
Sue Horwitz (Custodian), Terry 
McDermott, Barb Via, Debbie 
Smargiassi. 



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DELTA ZETA 



Rowl L-RSueTauS^resf DebbiTilley rVPres Rush), Donna Basile (V Pres Pleaging] 
Gerr\ Quinn (Corres Sec) Gina Crane (Recording Sec ) Leslev Berge\ (Panhell Rep I 
Donna DeTommaso Debb\ Spengler Karen Powell (Ass Standards!, Sandra Arbilman 
(Ass. Colonade], Row 2: L-R Sheila Slawter, Andrea Cellucci, Anila Yandrisevits, Patricia 
O'Hara. Lynda Gruber (Activities], Holly Reinard, Jeanne Cottom (Philanthropy), Margie 
Lindahl, Darlene Ellis, Wendy Cianciulli (Panhell, Rep.), Karen Haines (I.G.C. Rep), Cathy 
Laird (Panhell. Rep.), Concepcion Puyans (Colonade), Cindy Miller. Row 3: L-R Erin 
Keener, Donna Kay Ruggiero, Peg Garland, Cheryl Harner, Sherry Apgar, Elisabeth Stehly, 
Judie Kraynak, Maria Kraus, Jill Barnhardt, Laura Roberts, Karla Cowell, Janet Maurone. 



ZETATAU ALPHA 



Row 1: L-R Cheryl Wenrich (Pres.j, Diane Mayo (V.Pres.J, Denise Dallara (Sec. Panhell.), 
Robin Reber (Rush Chairman), Jeanne Macarro (Ritualist), Georgette Shelling (Treas.j. 
Row 2: L-R Barbara Steager, Sandra Bender, Patty Bechtel, Lisa Moran, Mary Jane Royle, 
Ruth Bryan, Mary Ann Loeper, Kathy Gonzales, Sue Gryszka, Sue Rachfalsia. Row 3: L-R 
Joy Bowman, Kathy Bartol, Susan Dyer, Paula Weber, Lisa Wooley, Laurie Lawson, Barb 
Neithercott, Lana Fox, Carolyn Larrimore, Lisabeth Eames. 





ALPHA 

PHI 

OMEGA 



Row 1: L-R Joe Harttnan. 
Bill Ferguson (V-P Ser- 
vice), P. |. Missiras 
(Pres.). Jamie Thompson 
(V-P Pledging). Rob 
Romain (Sec). Steve 
Hammel (Treas.). Gary 
Shunk. Mike Cartularo 
Rovk' 2: L-R Carroll A. 
Kolly. Mill Eisenbrey. 
Wall Bonder. Smokey 
Everett. Tim Roberson. 
John Lennon. Karl E. 
S Iraub . Lambert T. 
Payne. Kenneth J. Deilz. 
David Muslin. Micheal 
Coley. Paul J. Girone 



ABBE 
SOCIETY 



Row 1: Kathy Quinlisk 
(Pres.). Caren Wengcr 
(V-P). Margi Lyon (Sec), 
Nancy Nessler (Social 
Chairperson). Don- 
namarie D'Agostino 
(Treas.). Suzanne Wright. 
Linda Reisdorf, Nancy 
Sharp, Ena Marie Taylor, 
Carol Sachs, Donna 
[•'lamma Row 2: L-R Pam 
Hind, Kathy Moore, Sue 
Rockwell, Jean Sch- 
wandl, Lynn Orlolani, 
Annie DeSousa, jane 
Althouse, Carolyn 
Ceresini, Tamie 

Hildebrand, [anie Con- 
cannon 

FRIARS 
SOCIETY 

Row 1: L-R Bruce 
Blackmann (Social Chair- 
person), Theodore Frank 
Poatsy Jr. (Treas.), 
Michael Trio (V-P), Paul 
Ruffenach, Gary Yonaco, 
Michael Lawrence, Paul 
Girone Row 2: L-R Ernie 
McKenna, Chris 

McKenna, Robert Uhl, 
Robert S. Wambold, Alan 
L. Beatty, Franklin S. 
Christopher, Gregory H. 
Barber. Jeffrey Duffy, 
Thomas E. Knaster, 
Henry Gentry. Karl E. 
Straub. Bill Ferguson, 
Smokey Everett, Keith B. 
Thompson, Bradley 
Beard, Robert M. 
Romain, Jeffrey Bet- 
tinger, David Musumeci, 
Donald E. Berger 





DELTA 
SIGMA TAU 



Row 1: L-R Jasmin Thigpen, 
Christi Jimenez (Recording 
secretary) Row 2: L-R Janine 
Baylor, Charlotte Washington, 
Tanya Johnson Row 3: L-R 
Charlene Eberhardt, Maria L. 
Sturgis, Robin D. Kiels 




Row 1: L-R Mellen Mailey, Jan Shelhamer Row 2: L-R Karen Cunningham (V-P Service), Valerie Ralston (V-P Pledging], 
Helen Hagan (Treas.), Cindy Arena (Social Chairperson), Kathy Brennan (Sec), Karen Kane (Treas), Roseanne Lavin, 
Kathleen Fitzgerald, Barbara Leonard, Beth Harrigan, Nancy Hutton, Francy Pearson, Susan Wiley, Joanne Schneider, Kathy 
Ford. Row 3: L-R Peggy Rudolph, Jackie Engard, Linda Preziuso, Annie DeSousa, Joanne McGee, Lori Piatt, Dianne 
Montgomery, Doreen Finnegan, Lori Cuono, Edie Feurer, Ginger Shaw, Linda Burke, Judy Foley, Sue Lang, Kerie Moore, 
Debbie Ferguson, Kathy Ennis, Stacey Collins, Judy Smith, Roe Bisciotti 



LITTLE SISTERS OF 
ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




FRENCH CLUB 



L-R Claire Suracki (Sec), Bonita Harman, 
Paul March, Dr. Roberts (Advisor), Judy 
Benner. Suzanne Keenan, Kathleen Lewis 
(V. Pres.]. Debbie Perelka, Cecile Verrey. 
Ginny Kione (Pres.), Judy Roberts. Philippe 
Jeanjean, Carol-Ann Myrtetus, Joyce 
Pawloski, Lisa Quigley. 



French Club is an organization 
for French majors and others in- 
terested in the language. Special 
events sponsored include plays, 
lectures, movies, and soirees. 



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GERMAN 
CLUB 



L-R Debbie Penelka (Pres.), Kathy Lewis, 
Claire Sierack, Debby Stoudt (Sec.) Missing: 
Ronald L. Gaugher. 



The German Club, affiliated with 
the National Federation of Students 
of German, promotes the knowl- 
edge of the German culture and 
language. Activities include films, 
field trips, Faschingfest, Oktober- 
fest, German Dinner, and National 
Foreign Language Week Reception. 



LINGUISTICS 
CLUB 



L-R Isabel Martino. Ginger Malafanina, 
Susanne Brenner (Pres.|. Debbi Brior, 
Debby Stoudt (Sec. -Trees.) Missing: Mr. 
Page (Advisor) 

Linguistics Club sponsors pro- 
grams, lectures, films, and 
workshops in order to promote the 
study of language and language ac- 
quisition. 




STUDENT NURSES ASSOC. OF PA. 




Row 1: L-R Executive Council: )an Wiltrout, 
Jan Shelhamer, Joyce Hosfeld, Sherri 
Shields Row 2: L-R Cindy Hoegg. Doreen 
Finnegan, Sue Schuettler, Tracy Thomas, 
Linda Kunkle, Mary Kelley. Joanne Sheldon 
Row 3: L-R Judy Faust, Vickie Evans, 
Marianne Hujcs Missing: Ann Kemp, Ex- 
ecutive Council, Faculty Advisor — Carol 
Matz 



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The Student Nurses' Assoc, of Pa. 
is an organization devoted to foster- 
ing professional growth and 
development among nursing stu- 
dents through service projects and 
educational programs. 



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A.C.E. 



L-R Peggy McDowell, Peggy Drummond 

Internationally located in 
Washington, D.C., ACE endeavors 
to promote the ideal service to all 
children of the world. The group is 
made up of elementary and early 
childhood educators. They have ac- 
tively collected for U.N.I.C.E.F., 
provided a Christmas party for the 
children at Chester County 
Hospital, and Foster-Grandparent 
program. 



LAW 
CLUB 



The Law Club of West 
Chester State College is 
dedicated to the advancement 
of legal studies and also aids 
students in preparing for legal 
careers. As part of its service 
to the college, the club spon- 
sors Law School Admission 
Tests work sessions, simulated 
courtroom experience and 
debates on current political 
and legal issues. Membership 
is open to all students regar- 
dless of their career plans. 




Row 1: L-R Ginger Malafarina (Pres.), Marie Amato (V.-P.). Row 2 (seated) L-R; Sally Walker, Paula 
Shaffmer, Isabel Martino, Lou Anderson, Lori Belfiglio, Rob Romain. 

HISTORY CLUB 



The goal of the History Club is to 
stimulate interest in history through 
activities that are informative and 
enjoyable. They have been ex- 
tremely active this year and have 
sponsored trips to Williamsburg, 
VA and Gettysburg, PA. They have 
also sponsored a number of lec- 
tures covering a diversified subject 
area. 



Row 1: L-R Bill Brennan, Bill Scott (Pres.), 
Bill Dienna. Row 2: L-R Alida Studenmund, 
Kathy Holowecky. Kim Hoover, Tom Lawla. 
Row 3: L-R Kevin Kitchenman (Treas.]. Lynn 
Catanese, T. J. Heston (Faculty Advisor), 
Bob Gorski, Jeff Vandegrift. 





PHILOSOPHY 
CLUB 



The Philosophy Club spon- 
sors a variety of lectures, 
debates, discussions and films 
on relevant philosophical 
issues. It is open to all West 
Chester students. 



Professor Williams, Joseph Majewski 




SOCIOLOGY 
CLUB 



Composed primarily of 
sociology majors, but open to all 
students, the sociology club aug- 
ments a student's exposure to 
sociological thought by providing 
lectures, debates and student 
presentations. A new division of 
the club, the research team, 
allows upper classmen to gain 
practical experience in the area 
of sociological research as well 
as providing an accurate infor- 
mation service to other on- 
campus clubs and organizations. 



Row 1: L-R Terri Fabian, Barbara Ott. Ian 
Hemphill, Tia DeNora. Susan Busby, Lois 
Fuilch. Row 2: L-R Mitchell Beutel. 
Micheal Coley. 

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ANDERSOi . 
MATH CLUB 



Anyone who is interested in the field of 
mathematics will benefit from the Anderson 
Math Club. Its affiliation with the National 
Council of Teachers of Mathematics offers the 
students valuable information about 
professional math education. Also offered are 
informal lectures, social activities, a spring 
picnic, field trips, and attendance at the an- 
nual NCTM convention. 



ALCHEMIST 
CLUB 



The Alchemist Club provides a 
medium for social interaction among 
chemists as well as individuals in- 
terested in chemistry. The club spon- 
sors free tutoring in all levels of 
chemistry, Chemistry magic shows 
and lectures, and a variety of social 
events including softball, football, 
volleyball, and parties. 



ANTHROPOLOGY 
CLUB 



The Anthropology Club supplements its members' interests in 
physical anthropology, archaeology and the study of cultures, In- 
cluded in its activities is the Anthropology Club Speaker Series, 
which presents outstanding professionals from all over the country. It 
has been cited as being among the top three undergraduate programs 
on the East Coast, The club also conducts programs in archaeology 
and ethnohistoric research in the surrounding area. The Area 
Seminar in Ongoing Research provides members with first-hand ex- 
perience of the "scholarly process" by bringing together 
professionals from West Chester and other colleges and universities 
from the East Coast. The Anthropology Club is quite active, as is often 
noted at regional and national meetings. It continues to offer its mem- 
bers opportunities far beyond those normally included in a college 
curriculum. 



ELEMENTARY 
MATH CLUB 



This club is designed to meet the in- 
terests of the Elementary Education ma- 
jors who is interested in mathematics. It 
makes available more experiences, 
methods and materials than would nor- 
mally be offered in the Elementary 
Education curriculum. The club also 
sponsors lectures, volunteer teaching, 
and trips to math educational conven- 
tions. 




DARLINGTON 

BIOLOGICAL 

SOCIETY 



The Darlington Biological Society consists 
of all students interested in biology, including 
all Biology majors. Its purpose is to integrate 
social and intellectual activities. It accom- 
plishes this by sponsoring field trips, 
seminars, projects, and a variety of other ac- 
tivides. 



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SOCIAL 

WELFARE 

CLUB 



The Social Welfare Club is open to all stu- 
dents who are concerned about people who 
haven't "fared as well" in society as they 
have. Students have the chance to meet other 
students who have similar goals and are able 
to plan activities that are of interest to the 
group. 




SPANISH CLUB 

The Spanish Club is devoted to the in- 
creased awareness of and appreciation for the 
Hispanic culture. It sponsors field trips, 
movies, lectures, dinners, and fiestas, and in 
doing so hopes to bring the spirit of Spain and 
Spanish America to the West Chester campus. 



MAJORS CLUB 



All the Health and Physical Education ma- 
jors are members of this club. By working 
with each other, they are able to help them- 
selves learn more about their major career by 
offering relevant programs and activities. 



GEOGRAPHY 
CLUB 



Composed of all students interested in 
geography, the Geography Club gives its mem- 
bers a chance to learn more about the subject 
in an enjoyable and interesting way. Ac- 
tivities sponsored by the club are canoeing, 
camping, rafting, hiking, backpacking, faculty 
lectures, and field studies. 



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PRE-PROFESSIONAL CLUB 



The Pre-Professional Club is a group of students who are in- 
terested in continuing their education in professional schools such 
as dental or medical school. The club offers speakers from 
professional schools as well as occasional lab internships for the 
students. 



Row 1: L-R Roger Sharf. James D'Agostino, Vincent Perry, Row 2: L-R Eric Hicks, 
Arne Hasselquist. Patrick Pastor, Victor Berk, B. L. Busch. 




PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB 



Row 1: L-R Trudy Goldberg (Pres.), Steven 
Applebaum, Steve Ruffini, Will Thalheimer, 
Robert Fannon, Karin VonGehr. Absent: 
Kathy Gonzales (Pres. -elect) , Pat 
McCollough (Sec.-Treas.). 

The Psychology Club is geared 
towards exposing its members to 
current trends in psychology 
through guest speakers and ensuing 
discussions. It also aids in develop- 
ing and improving student-faculty 
relations within the Psychology 
Department. One other opportunity 
is the attendance of the Annual 
Eastern Psychological Association 
Conference which many students 
have taken advantage of every 
spring. 





NATIONAL 
STUDENT SPEECH 
AND HEARING 
ASSOCIATION 



Row 1: Barbara Dincher, Row 2: L-R Leslie 
Esher, Peggy Mclnerney (Treas.) , Row 3: L-R 
Cathy McGirr (Sec), )ohn Adams (V.P.). 



The National Student Speech and 
Hearing Association was chartered 
in 1978. It is a professional 
organization consisting of speech- 
language pathologists and 
audiology majors. The club 
provides speech and hearing 
screening for the college and the 
community. 



SPSEA-NEA 



The West Chester branch of 
the Pennsylvania State Educa- 
tion Association — National 
Education Association is 
geared towards anyone in- 
terested in quality education. 
Members are entitled to dis- 
cussions with guest speakers 
and have a voice in future 
teaching conditions. In this 
way, they are able to grow 
professionally while in school. 

Julia Hinton, Gwen Brown 




TROIKA 
CLUB 

The Troika (Rus- 
sian) Club promotes 
the study of the Rus- 
sian language and 
culture. Some of the 
activities presented 
this year include, 
slides of the USSR, a 
Russian Scrabble 
Tournament, a trip to 
the Metropolitan and 
the Russian Tea Room 
in New York and a 
Russian Dance 

Festival. 

Row 1: L-R Mike Coley, Ian 
Hemphill, Tia DeNora, Kip 
Mayo Row 2: L-R Sue Busby, 
Isabel Marlino. Susanne 
Brenner. B.J. Pinnock, Anila 
Eggerl 




QUASI— ATHLETIC CLUBS 




Row 1: L-R Ray Fernandez, Chris Burke. Pat Noonan, Ray Carr. Kelly Sullivan, Greg Ebert, Stanley Brow, 
Bart Tuttle, Tim Murphy, Jack Anderson Row 2: L-R Mark T. Bachman, Jim Bremer, Tony Primavera, Tony 
Thornton, Mike Regan, Art Cavto, Joe Kelly, Gary M. Woodring, Gary M. Monaco, Mickey Callanan, Scott 
Smith, Joe Gerryson, C. Furlow 



BOXING 
CLUB 

The Boxing Club offers 
amateur competition for 
anyone who wishes to 
become involved in the 
sport. Instruction and 
development of boxing 
skills are offered to 
anyone who is interested. 
The club competition is 
extensive and involves 
inter-collegiate tourna- 
ments and Amateur 
Athletic Union Program. 
No past experience with 
boxing is necessary to 
become part of this club. 






EQUESTRIAN 
CLUB 



The West Chester State Eques- 
trian Club Team sponsors events 
for the beginning and advanced 
rider as well as those who simply 
have an interest in equine subjects. 
The team is one of twenty members 
of the Intercollegiate Horse Show 
Association, whose shows provide 
competition at levels of equitation 
to the college student. 



Row 1: L-R Lucia Roberts. Jenny Mathieu 
(Treas.), Pam Snow, Julie Lesher [Sec.]. Row 
2: L-R: Diano Ttiompson (V. Pres.), Maryann 
Eline, Laurie Scliubert. Gail Measley (Pres.), 
Elysa Terracciano, Randi Booth. Row 3: L-R 
David Kurtz, Michele LeFevre, Vicky Ryan, 
Sharon Bartholomew. 



FENCING 
CLUB 



The WSCS Fencing Club is 
becoming recognized by major 
fencing teams of the East Coast. 
Coach Brown is proud of the club's 
achievements for this past season, 
and has high expectations for next 
year. 



Row 1: L-R Anne M. Brown (Coach), Janice 
Gilginas (Pres.), Robert Fannon (V. 
Pres. /Treas.). Row 2: L-R Stephen Ruffini, 
Brendan P. Munley, Carol Vogenberg. Row 
3: L-R Jeffrey Sacks. Brandon Doemling. 
Edward Smith, William Boyd Jr. 





KARATE 
CLUB 

The Karate Club prac- 
tices three times a week and 
is a member of the Inter- 
national Shotokan Karate 
Association. The club is a 
participant in collegiate 
tournaments throughout the 
year. Weekly instruction is 
taught by a fourth degree 
black belt. 

Row 1; L-R Arthur Yolwa, Mike 
Criston, Bret Mascaro (Pres.), Vin- 
cent Perry. Brett Moser. Row 2: L- 
R lonathan Jakobi. Lee Basse, 
Carol McCulley, Carol Hoffman. 
Bob Hoffman. Bill Rampon (Ad- 
visor), jack Goshow. Row 3: L-R 
John Tachovsky. Terri Fabian. 
LisaBeth Eames, Paula Shaffnur, 
Allen Glick, Kevin Fitzpatrick, 
Dave Freeman, John McMonagle, 
Jeff Lang. Missing: Martin 
Costello, Rachel Somers. Bob 
Reifsnyder. 




Row 1: L-R J, Memmi. J. Augusterfer. J. Hoertz, D. Aurillo, D. Moore, J. Schmidt, C. Horner. V. Paolizzi. Row 2: L-R R. Romano, 
T. Henry, J. Verno. D. Soroka, M. Darmienton (Captain), B, McManon, G. Aurillo, B. Dollfus, T. Leiper (Head Coach), D. 
McCormick, S. Checkman, G. Gittis. R. Leiper, J. Konigsberg. F. McCorkle. A. Konigsberg. R. Chew. J. Hodgson. Missing: R. 
Schmoll, E. McKenna. 



ICE HOCKEY 
CLUB 



The Ice Hockey Club is open to all stu- 
dents who have an interest in the sport and 
are currently enrolled as either graduate or 
undergraduate students. 



Defenseman Dan Moore (17) and Goalie Dan McCor- 
mick (20). 




RUGBY 



Here at West Chester, rugby is growing in popularity. It is a sport which re- 
quires strength, agility and gentlemanly restraint, a quality not always pre- 
sent in today's contact sports. The team won the 1978 Eastern Conference and 
hopes to continue playing as well in the coming year — so come out and cheer 
them on. 




Row 1: L-R Mike Mallory, Mick Maley, Chris Fotti, Scott Bradburd. Jeff Schmidt, Art Sagnor, Cort MacLean 
2: L-R Chuck McManus. Ed Moore. Frank McCorkle, Nick Delia Pelle, George Hollerback, George Venizial 
Daley, Bruce Thomp.son, [im Hamlet, Howard K. Prick (Captain). 



1, Kenny Simon. Row 
e, Chas Gorman, Gil 




SKI CLUB 



The West Chester State 
College Ski Club is for begin- 
ning and intermediate skiers. 
The club sponsors trips on 
weekends and during breaks, 
and provides workshops on ski 
maintenance and tuning. They 
also present films and 
seminars concerning proper 
skiing techniques. Next year 
the club will have equipment 
to start a racing team for all in- 
terested members. 



Row 1: L-R Jackie Olt, Ellen Sands. 
Row 2: L-R John A. Virgilio, Debbie 
Panko, Li.sa Sleffy (Sec), Rick Mon- 
temuro. 



WATER 
POLO 



The women's Water Polo Club 
was formed in the spring of 1977. 
Since then, the club has grown in 
size and experience. Last year, the 
women competed in A.A.U. 
Nationals held in Pittsburgh and 
placed eighth. This year, the club 
has participated in major tourna- 
ments in Lehigh, West Virginia, 
Massachusetts and Ohio, and are 
hoping to travel to Arizona to par- 
ticipate in the Nationals. All 
women undergraduates are invited 
to join in the fun. 



Row 1: L-R Denise Dunn, Nancy Peltz. Row 
2: L-R Julie Moul, Jackie Neider, Elaine 
Foggan. Row 3: L-R Beth Sherman, Patrice 
Goham, Sandee Meagher, Cheryl Cole. 





OUTING CLUB 



The Outing Club sponsors a variety of 
events every year ranging from caving to 
kayaking to rock climbing. There is also a 
special rock climbing trip to the Lower 
Catskill Mountains in New York State of- 
fered every semester. 



Row 1: L-R Dave McDermott, Walt Bonder, Bob Buz- 
zerd. Row 2: L-R Karl Straub, Tom Woodring, Paul J. 
Girone. Row 3: L-R Steve Hambone, Gary Shunk, 
Wayne Winslow, Max Fuchs, Dwight Dudas, Andrew 
Korakzyk. Row 4: L-R Lambert Payne, Joe Hartman. 
Row 5: L-R Mike Cartulov, PJ Missiras (Sec). Row 6: 
L-R Curt Clark, Roseanne Lavin (V-P|, Jamie 
Thompson (Pres.J. 



RELIGIONS 





CAMPUS 
CRUSADE 
FOR CHRIST 



Campus Crusade for Christ is a 
student movement that involves 
students who believe in a personal 
relationship with Jesus Christ. 
Fellowship is offered in a variety of 
ways, including weekly meetings, 
Bible studies, and occasional 
retreats. Members are involved 
with teaching Christians the how- 
to's of Christian growth, and 
welcome anyone interested. 



THE CHRISTIAN 

SCIENCE 

ORGANIZATION 



The West Chester Christian 
Science Organization meets to 
discuss and study the effect of 
Christian Science on our lives. A 
chance to share views, opinions, 
and testimonies relating to Chris- 
tian Science is a part of every 
meeting. 




THE FELLOWSHIP 
OF CHRISTIAN 
ATHLETES 



The Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes (FCA) involves athletes 
and coaches who are devoted to 
serving Jesus Christ. Through their 
sports, they are urged to be exam- 
ples of their faith and follow Christ. 
All athletes and coaches are 
welcome to become involved with 
the group or any of the activities 
they sponsor. 



ECUMENICAL 

CAMPUS 

MINISTRY 



Although Ecumenical Campus 
Ministry is not an actual club, it 
does offer many programs and ser- 
vices for West Chester students. Its 
center at 305 W. Rosedale is 
always available for studying and 
relaxing and also houses staff who 
are ready and willing to listen. All 
are welcome to participate in the 
various activities sponsored by 
ECM. 




Row 1: left to right Larry Coblentz, Stephen Kuerschner, Ed Lehigh (Sec.-Treas.), Eva Felstiner, Cheim Faibish. Row2: left to 
right Jeffrey A. Weiss. "Bones" Gerson, Yacov Pitluck (Graduate Advisor). Absent: Dr. Shur (Faculty Advisor). Linda Heni<in 
(Pres.), Mindy Kleinman (V.-P.). 



THE HILLEL CLUB 



Hillel, the Jewish Student 
Organization, has been blessed 
with an enthusiastic executive 
board and two young men from 
Israel. This year, we enjoyed a 
Model Seder with Rabbi Portal, pic- 
nics, dances, talk sessions, and 
several religious, cultural, and 
social celebrations. Shalom. 



THE NEWMAN 
ASSOCIATION 




The Newman Association repre- 
sents the Catholic Church on the 
West Chester campus. Its center, 
located on South New Street, is 
available for use by all West 
Chester students — to relax, talk, 
read, cook, and meet people. Once 
a week, home-cooked dinners are 
offered. There is usually some 
other activity as well, including lec- 
tures, sing-a-longs, films, and dis- 
cussions. Mass is offered daily and 
a priest is regularly available to all 
students. 




PLACES OF WORSHIP 




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Church of the Holy Trinity 



An integral part of the lives of 
many students at West Chester 
State is their church. It is a place 
where they may take time from 
their busy lives to give thanks to 
their God. It is also a place where 
they may relax and feel at home — 
away from the books, the dorm, and 
the hectic college lifestyle. One 
church that offers their facilities to 
the entire West Chester student 
body is the Newman Center. The 
lounge, library, kitchen, and chapel 
are always available to suit the 
needs of the students. Other 
churches offer many services such 
as counseling, discussions and 
films. There is also a variety of 
social and sports activities for stu- 
dents to take advantage of. The 
West Chester area churches are 
ready and willing to be of service in 
any way possible. 




The United Methodist Church 



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Kesher Israel Congregation 



SPECIAL 

INTEREST 

GROUPS 



FORENSIC 
SOCIETY 



The P^orensics Society is com- 
posed of students who have an in- 
terest and ability in speaking. Their 
activities involve debate, inter- 
pretation of drama, persuasive 
oratory and comedy routines to 
name only a few. They have par- 
ticipated in tournaments along the 
Eastern seaboard and also in 
national competition. Under the 
direction of Mrs. Carolyn Keefe 
and Diane Casagrande they have 
become national champions and 
will continue to "go for it!" 




Row 1: L-R Toni Szupper (V.-Pres.) Row 2: L-R Hank Genlry, Jane Barry, Connie Keane, Jodi Daley (Pres.]. Alberta DeSpirito. 
Roe Bisciotti. Phil Sears Row 3: L-R Jim Shinehouse (Sec.-Treas.j, Joe Cassel, Steven Applebaum 




GAYS OF 

WEST 

CHESTER 



The Gays of West Chester is a 
non-racist, non-sexist group for all 
West Chester students, faculty and 
staff. It is a support group for those 
whose sexual orientation is towards 
members of their own sex. They 
have attempted to make the West 
Chester community more aware of 
homosexual myths and prejudices. 



CHESS 
CLUB 



The Chess Club at West 
Chester provides an opportunity 
for students to play chess and 
learn more about the game. They 
previously sponsored intramural 
chess tournaments and now have 
begun inter-scholastic matches. 

L-R Will Thalheimer, Karin Vongehr 





SOCIETY FOR 
THE 

ADVANCEMENT 
OF MANAGEMENT 



S.A.M. is a national organization 
composed of students in the School 
of Business and Economics along 
with any students interested in 
management. The Club's activities 
consist of field trips, plant tours, 
speakers from business and in- 
dustry. The main project for the 
club is Career Day when represen- 
tatives from local businesses come 
to the college to inform students of 
job opportunities. 



L-R: Stephen Bortsalas, Maria Catanese 
(Sec). Rosaria Catanese, Terri Fabian (V. 
Pres.]. Missing: Steve Riley (Pres.). 




VETS 
CLUB 



Row 1: L-R Anne Marie Casey, Don Pierce, Jason Bradley, Joseph 
liradley (AtlvisorJ, Russ Raub (Pres.), Mike McGorry (Treas.). 
Ulase Ski. John Desours. Dorsey Blake. Row 2: L-R Larry Siratton, 
Steve Roten, Robert Butler. Jim Schwartz, Fletcher Riickman (V. 
Pres. J. Andy Mulholland. Tare Landis. Missing: Alice Marek. 



The purpose of the Vet's Club is 
to Organize and articulate veteran 
interest on and off campus. They 
aid veterans attending West 
Chester State College with 
problems through a better liaison 
between college administration and 
the Veterans administration. They 
act as a stimulant to get returning 
Veterans to further their education. 



VALKYRIE 



Valkyrie is a Health 
and Physical Educa- 
tion Honor service 
club for women. Ser- 
vices are provided for 
the college and West 
Chester Community 
when the need arises. 
Such activities have 
included ushering at 
Regional and National 
Boxing Cham- 



pionships, Christmas 
Caroling at Chester 
County Hospital, help- 
ing at Alumni Day and 
helping OEK with a raf- 
fle for an orthrotron. 
Valkyrie celebrated its 
50th anniversary in 
October with the 
founder and original 
members of Valkyrie. 




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Row 1: L-R Carol Hanshue, 
Doretta Ford. Pam Hind. 
Row 2: L-R Ruthie Patton, Ev 
Rusche (V. Pres.). Karen 
Kiernan (Pres.). [oan 
McGowan (Treas.), Debbie 
Bollenbach. Row 3: L-R 
Holly Larson. Debbie Finley, 
Patrice Goham. Becky 
Sowerby. Amy Fischer. 
Missing: Rose Watcher. 
Sherri Geraulich. Judy 
O'Brien. Cindv Feick. 



WRESTLING 
BELLES 

Wrestling Belles are 
an organization 
dedicated to the 
promotion of inter- 
collegiate wrestling. In 
tournaments, the 
members act as 
scorekeepers, timers, 
and morale boosters. 



Row 1: L-R Lou Anne Rosini. 
Karla Cowell, Debby 
Spengler, Kathy Childs. Row 
2: L-R Kathy Thomas (Sec- 
Treas.). Debbie Anderson 
(Pres.l. Holly Laison (V. 
Pres). Row 3: L-R Ginger 
Shaw, Cindy Miller. Lynn 
Van Ost. 




ALPHA MU 
GAMMA 



The Department of Foreign 
Languages sponsors a chapter of 
this national collegiate foreign- 
language honor society, devoted to 
promoting the study of foreign 
languages and encouraging cultural 
exchange with foreign students. 



L-R 1 hom.is l.aPresti. Debbie Morris, Debra Stoudt (Pres.|. Susanne Brenner (Sec] 



HONORARY 
ORGANIZATIONS 




GAMMA 

THETA 

UPSILON 



Gamma Eta Chapter 
of this international 
professional geo- 
graphical honorary 
society was es- 
tablished in 1963. The 
organization promotes 
professional interest 
in geography and 
provides services with 
the Geography Depart- 
ment. 



Row 1: L-R Kelcy Pegler 
(Treas.], Beatrice |. Dilks 
(Pres.|. Doug [anssen (V. 
Pres.). Tom Keesey (Sec), 
Lauree Verno. Row 2: L-R F. 
Robert Bielski (Sponsor), 
George Hollerbach, Mike 
Lee, AnneMarie Casey, 
Lauri Friedenberg, Larry 
Denny. 




ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

The West Chester chapter of this national freshman honors 
society encourages superior scholarship attainment and con- 
tinued scholarly development. A 3.5 average for the first two 
semesters is required for membership. Thereafter a student 
must maintain a cumulative grade average of 3.0 in order to 
maintain active membership in the organization. 



Rowl: L-R ]o-ell Maine (Sec), Debbie Perelka (Pres.), 
Jeanne Livesey, Joanne McDevitt, Donna Marie 
Franchetta, Nancy Hutton, Carol Irwin, Laurie, 
Dromgold, Kathy Wimmer, Cheryl Johnson, Kristi 
Aho. Row 2: L-R Jayne Viscuso, Mary McNamara. 
Joyce Hosfeld, Tammy Lynn Smith, Debra Stoudt, 
Anita Eggert, Holly Lament, Donna Stalder, Cheryl 
Hollinger, Stephanie Hanover, Debbie Steely. Laura 
Sisko, Diane Dunham, Christine Forster, Jan Wiltrout. 



PI 

GAMMA 

MU 



This Omega chapter is 
sponsored by the School of 
Social and Behavioral 
Sciences for the recognition 
of scholarship in the social 
sciences. Candidates are 
those who have demon- 
strated high academic 
achievement and are accep- 
ted for membership in their 
junior and senior years. 



Row 1: L-R Art Sagnor (V. Pres.). 
Gail Anderson (Pres.), Michael 
Hagan (Sec], Caren Wenger, 
George Hollerbach. Row 2: L-R A. 
Wayne Burton (Advisor). Cindy 
Tomlinson. Lynn Catanese, Paul 
Kelly. Rob Romain. Karen 
Katrinak. 





KAPPA 
OMICRON 

TAU 



Kappa Omicron Tau is a group of 
young ladies who are dedicated to 
continually uplifting humanity. 
Their program of activities are 
educational, cultural, and 
recreational with an emphasis on 
serving all communities. Some pro- 
jects include an annual benefit for 
Sickle Cell Anemia, on-campus 
tutoring, drives for the Salvation 
Army and volunteer work at West 
Chester Community Center. 

Row 1: L-R Diane E. Mitchell (Sec.|, 
Deborah Moore (V. Pres.]. Dorothy R. Clark 
(Pres.), Mia D. Casson (Corr. Sec). Row 2: L- 
R Winifred A. Moss, Barbara Pitts, Linda 
[5iane Manego. Missing: Nadine Emmanuel 
(Treas.), Edwige Cantave. 




Row 1: L-R Carol Irwin, Kathy Wimmer (V. Pres.), Karen Katrinak, Debbie Steely (Social Chpsn.], Jeanne Livesey, Donna 
Wimer. Jean Schwandt, Cathy O'Malley. Lynne Snyder. Row 2: L-R Smokey Everett, Karl E. Straub, Karen Bull, Carole Brennan, 
Laura Sisko, Kristine Auletto, Debra Stoudi, Jane Althouse. Pam Hind, Elysa Terracciane, Patty Wertman, Stephanie Hanover. 



KAPPA 
DELTA 
PI 



Kappa Delta Pi is a national 
honorary society for Junior and 
Senior students in education who 
excel in scholarship, and are 
dedicated to teaching profession. 




Row 1: L-R William Dienna (V.-Pres.), Robert Gorski (Treas.), Alida Studenmund (Sec), Karen Katrinak (V.-Pres.|, Debbie 
Sardo. Carol Fridirici Row 2: L-R T. J. Heston — Faculty Advisor, William Scott, William Brennan, Dr. Robert Carlson 



PHI ALPHA 
THETA 



Organized in 1968, Nu Sigma 
chapter of this international honor 
society in history is sponsored by 
the Department of History. Phi 
Alpha Theta is opened to history 
majors in teacher education and 
liberal arts who have a minimum 
average of 3.01 in twelve or more 
semester credits in history. 



PI KAPPA 
DELTA 



Row 1: L-R joe Cassel, ]odi Daley, Jane Barry 
Row 2: L-R Hank Gentry (Pres.), Jim 
Shinehouse (V.-Pres.J. Steven Applebaum 



Pi Kappa Delta is the national 
honorary Speech Fraternity. Mr. A. 
G. Kershner is the academic ad- 
visor. PKD runs the 101 speech tour- 
nament each semester and com- 
petes nationally. This year four 
members traveled to St. Louis to 
compete in the PKD nationals and 
attend its convention. 





PI MU 
EPSILON 



L-R John Buchanan (Pres.|. Lidia Wo- 
jewodka Missing: Roxanne Englerlh (V.- 
Pres.), Barbara Danfelt (Treas.j, Kathy Mor- 
ton (Sec), George Haha, Jeff Weiss, Keith 
Woomer, Dr. Koh — Advisor. 



This national mathematics society is 
open to junior standing students who 
rank in the upper-third of their class 
and have completed 18 hours of 
mathematics with a minimum average 
of 3.0. It is also open to sophomores 
who rank in the top quarter of their 
class and have completed 3 semesters 
of the calculus sequence with an 
average of 4.0. 

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SIGMA 
ALPHA 
IOTA 



This is a chapter of the inter- 
nationally incorporated pro- 
fessional fraternity for women in 
music. The Fraternity is dedicated 
to service in the field of music. 



Rowl: L-RDebraTingley (Rec. Sec), Donna 
Webb, Carol Halt (Treas.), Jeanne Livesey, 
Farryn Weiss, |anice Peck, Mary T. Jordan, 
Karen J. Juran, Susan Marie Hanson. Row 2: 
L-R Conna Marie Franchetta, Amy 
Pearlman, Rochelle Lefever, Jayne Elfreth, 
Phyllis A. Lippincott, Linda G. Sheets. 
Virginia B. Dahlberg, Rosemary L. Smith, Liz 
Konieczny, Donna Ann Wilson, Donna 
Stalder, Holly A. Lamont, Michelle A. 
Peters, Yvonne H. Marshall, Anna Marie 
Rabottini, Kathleen Burnett, Sally Witkoski, 
Robin Leary, Jane Clarke, Susan Holscher. 
Missing: Ann Jenkins, Marilyn Essef, Jill 
Bernhardt, Lynn Spezzano, Lynn Thomas, 
Gloria Deraco, Donna Schimek (Pres.), Kate 
Shaffer, Terry Appel, Mary Hacunda, Joy 
Kautz, Helen Jones. 



PHI 

EPSILON 

KAPPA 



Row 1: L-R Eric Behrenshausen, Barry 
Desko, Betsy Dunn, Stephen Natalie, Jef 
Hewlings, Susan Storm, Deb DeLellis, Lori 
Kerschner, Barb McFadden. Row 2: L-R Gry 
Piper, Mark Bamberger (V. Pres.), Amy Er- 
vin (Pres.), Marianne Monaco (Sec], Curtis 
Newell jr., Lisa LaCroix, Sanara Smith, Eric 
Willis |r., Kathy Gibbons, Jim Reese, Debra 
Satterthwait, Ronna Lee Price, Susan Leto. 
Row 3: L-R Denise Webster, Julie Moul, 
Gaile Smith, Linda Mason, Tina LaRoss, 
David Detzel, Bill Patroski, Nancy Rader, Liz 
Limberger, Ray Stercula, Tina Geithner, 
Dennis Martucci, Pam Hind, John Licata. 
Paul McGrane, Dale Bonsall (Advisor), 
Diane Dunham, Joanne Mackey, Cheryl 
Cole, Mike Moyer, Jim Clark, Richard M. 
Cooper Jr., Mike McGirley, Bob Smodic. 



The School of Health and 
Physical Education sponsors the 
Gamma Alpha Chapter of this 
national honor fraternity for those 
majoring in health and/or physical 
education. Phi Epsilon Kappa 
promotes brotherhood among its 
members. 





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The Ram defense gets it together against East Stroudsburg's running game. 



Although the West Chester State 
football team had a disappointing 2-9 
season, there were many highpoints in 
this past season which left many oppo- 
nents' coaches impressed. 

West Chester started its season off 
with tough losses to the defending 
Division II team from Lehigh Univer- 
sity and Delaware University respec- 
tively, and had trouble rising from 
these defeats, except on two occasions 
when the Golden Rams defeated 
Kutztown State College and Cheyney 
State College for their lone victories of 
the season. 

The 78 season was highlighted by 
outstanding performances from 
Senior nose-guard, George Veneziale, 
All-conference, Joe Senser, and 
fullback, John Kostans, who consis- 
tently performed well above average 
to keep the Rams close in many games. 



A dejected joe Senser (wide receiver) after 
failure to score. 




FOOTBALL 



Row 1: L-R Bruce Stansbury, Steve Gilbert, Jeff Stull, Steve Mangle. Craig Atkinson. Curt Newell, Randy Ireson, Joe Senser, Bill 
Corbett, Dan Bedesem, George Veneziate, Tony Miles, Tony Willis. Row 2: L-R Mike O'Brien, Tyrone Scott. BeeBop Coleman, 
Ron Till, Brian Kramer. Paul Brown. Stu Keen, Kevin Coor, Norman Hopely, Rich Mauck, Tim Widdoes, Doug Hostvedt. Row 3: 
L-R John Buechele, Tony Trott, Len Pennington, Vincent LuUio, Paul McGrane, Richard Rabbiz. Frank Savoye. Mike Cangi. Row 
4: L-R Dave Nolan. Joe Mangiaracina, Steve Silicato, John Murreda, Donald Jackson. Jerry Corkery. Mike Conley. Dan Heavens. 
Ray Carr. Bob Westbrook, Craig Scioscia. Row 5: L-R Steve Ackermen. Dmytri Pendino. Bob Cook. Kevin Cousins, Tony David- 
son, Eric Harrel, Mike Burdziak. Row 6: L-R John Civello (Trainer). Don Hazen. Joe Konscnik. Chris Duffy. Dave Ulrich, Tony 
Toto, Joe Strippoli, Pete Robinson, Steve Grundy. Ray Stercula. Samuel Arbitman. Row 7: L-R Dennis Martucci (Trainer). Mark 
Hamalton. Jessie Hamilton, Dwayne Blackburn. Jim Riley. Joe McAndrew, Bill Custered. John Henry. Phil Vivaldi. Brian 
Fitzpatrick. Row 8: L-R Richard Greenwook (Manager), Dwight Henninger, Lewis Byrn, Richard Dunlap. Mike Dizkons. Jerry 
Austerberry, John Fry. David Wheeler. Jack Anderson. Row 9: L-R Bernie Tarutus. John Kostans, Mike Disipio. Sam Cun- 
ningham, Brian Roth, Doug Brown, Pat Gardner, Scott Polakoff. Pat Larney, Chuck Audino. Missing: Curt Manhart. Dan 
McShane. 




Freshman. Tyrone Scott, surrounded by the East Stroudsburg defense. 



John Kostans (#43| gaining five of the many yards he gained against 
East Stroudsburg. 





Middle Row: Front to back Jeff Black, Tobie Hoffman, Leslie Hospodar, Vicki Samley, Sharon 
Gallerni, Gary Piper, Kerie Moore, Denise Bushey. Row 1: L-R Mayr Kienle, Mary Pat Gardner. 
Row 2: L-R Jeanne Bentzel, Harvey Zook, Barry Marcus, Barb Owen. 



CHEERLEADERS 



The West Chester State 
cheerleaders arouse spirit and lead 
cheers among Ram fans. Although 
our football team suffered suc- 
cessive defeats, the squad did their 
best to keep the fans roaring. For 

Jeannie Bentzle (1978-79 Captain) exhibiting 
her ability on the court at the last Basketball 
game. 



the third year now the girls have 
added men to the squad. Their 
assistance brought more cheering 
from the sideline and an increase in 
crowd enthusiasm. 



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MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 



West Chester's 5-3 record was 
deceiving as two of the losses 
(Lafayette and Delaware) were 
each in the season and the team 
didn't really get things together un- 
til after these meets, defeating 
Delaware and Lafayette in both the 
conference meet and the IC4A 
Championships. 

The highlight of the season was 
the team's third place finish in the 
ECC Championship meet, finishing 
ahead of Lehigh for the first time in 
many years and finishing only three 
points out of second place. 



The team was led by Pat Quirk 
who had a great \ear, finishing first 
for West Chester in all meets. His 
lop performance was his seventh 
place finish in the ECC Cham- 
pionships and his ninth place finish 
in the IC4A Championships. This 
ranked Pat second among the all- 
time list of West Chester runners on 
the Belmont Plateau course 
(Philadelphia) and fourth on the 
VanCortlandt Park course (NY 
Bronx). He also set West Chester 
records on the University of 
Delaware's course and Millersville 



State College's course. Bill Celline 
and Matt Hart also set personal best 
times on the Belmont Plateau 
course, ranking sixth and seventh 
respectively among the all-time list 
of West Chester runners. Paul 
Shivers and Joe Majewski rounded 
out the top five, and both had per- 
sonal best times this season. Keith 
Andrew, freshman, did a great job 
of filling in for Majewski who 
became injured during the Cham- 
pionships. 




Row 1: L-R Kevin Costanzi, Keith Andrew, Pat Quirk, Terry Reid, Bob Campbell. Row 2: L-R Matt Hart. Paul Shivers. )oe Ma- 
jewski. Bob Snyder, Frank Caruso. Missing: Bill Celline. 



WOMEN'S 

CROSS 

COUNTRY 

The women's first season in cross 
country remained undefeated in 
three dual meets and had no lower 
than second in all other meets. The 
team was led by Ann Skahan, who 
finished first for West Chester in all 
meets. Ann also set a new course 
record at West Chester with time of 
19:20 for the hilly 3.1 mile course. 
Team separation between first five 
runners was a strong point, with 
only 30 seconds to a minute 
separating first from fifth. Included 
in this group with Ann were Eileen 
Hornberger, Coleen Keane, Marie 
Threlfare, Chris Cutrone and June 
Corcia. Other runners included 
Deb Finley, Carol Hanshu, Kathy 
Noon, Shaun Terris and Pam Hind. 
The team is looking forward to next 
season with all of the top seven run- 
ners returning. 




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Front Row: L-R Sue Meszaros. Cheri Fulginiti, Sue Kloss, Beth Beglin. Karen Shelton (captain), Gaile Smith, Mariann Schreiber, 
Debbie Thurbon, Debbie Perkins. Back Row: L-R Robin Cash, head coach. Sue Lubking. assistant coach. Kathy Krannebitter, 
Patty Thompson. Brenda Becker, Mary Reeser, Manon Floquet, Becky Foulds, Judy Alexander (manager). Rosie DeWitt 
(manager). Elaine Foggan [manager). 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 

WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY 



'Those who have the will to 
win can not be beat'. This was 
confirmed as the West Chester 
State College Women's Field 
Hockey Team captured the ti- 
tle as National Champions for 
the fourth consecutive year. 
With the combination of skill 
and determination and the 
coaching techniques of Robin 
Cash, the Ramettes were vic- 
torious once again. The 
dynamic Varsity Squad con- 
sisted of players — Karen 
Shelton, player of the year, 
Gaile Smith, high scorer and 
member of the U. S. Squad, 
Sue Kloss, excellent 
sportsman, Debbie Thurbon, 
superb defenseman, Beth 
Beglin, outstanding ball hand- 
ler, and Mariann Schreiber, 
'Hanky Head', high on assists. 








Karen Shelton attempts to score in game against Southern Connecticut. 




Number 20, Sue Kloss is congratulated after defeating Soulhern Connecticut 5-0, 



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Head Coach, Robin Cash, looks pleased with her team's perfor- 
mance. 




Patty Thompson and Debbie Perkins race to 
the free ball in the Southern Connecticut 
game. 



VOLLEYBALL 




Row 1: L-R Claudia Innerst. Cindy Small. Lisa Lekavva. Stephanie Giuffrida. Sharon 
Willard. Beverly Kline. Donna Bloom. Row 2: L-R Lori Moul. Bridget Rice, Margaret 
Thompson. Ruthie Patton, Blanche Brown, Dawn Fontennili, Stephanie Vuxton. Row 
3: L-R Linda Mongomery. Linda Manley. Connie Kershner. Karen Kierman, Rosie 
Perez. Pat Barr. Elaine Chomichi. Sharon Bliss. Sue McMackin. Row 4: L-R Evelyn 
Rusche. Renee Serra. Cindv Feick. Karen Bull. Beth Klawitter. 



The West Chester State 
College Volleyball team 
struggled persistently and grew 
throughout the 2-10 season. 
Their record does not speak for 
the team's hard work and 
enthusiasm as they played a 
tough schedule with teams 
such as Rutgers. Delaware, and 
Drexel. One highlight of the 
season was when the team 
placed second against LaSalle 
at the Phila. Invitational and 
went on to play Drexel in the 
finals. 

Along with the Captain, 
Stephanie Giuffrida were 
starters: Lisa Lekawa, Fresh- 
man Margaret Thompson, 
Bridget Rice, Lori Moul, and 
Stephanie Vuxton. The team 
will be losing seniors: Evelyn 
Rusche, Karen Bull, Karen 
Kiernan, and Varsity player, 
Cindy Small. Coach Green- 
wood deserves much credit for 
her tireless efforts, continuous 
su[)port and personal interest 
in molding a strong team. 



J.V. VOLLEYBALL 



Row 1: L-R Claudia Innerst, Connie Kershner, Karen Kiernan. Row 2: L-R Cindy Feick, 
Renee Serra. Donna Bloom, Elaine Chomichi. Beth Klawitler. Row 3: L-R Coach Coral 
Quinones, Evelyn Rusche. Karen Bull, Rosie Perez, Pat Barr, Sharon Bliss, Coach Mimi 
Greenwood. 





Row 1: L-R Robert Neef, Barry Desko, Darryl Graham, Greg Wilk, Curtis Hess. Bill Ramsey. Mike 
Bryne, Chris McCool. Michael Roddy. Row 2: L-R Mel Lorback (Head Coach), Steve Natalie, Kurt 
Menhardt, Ken Wilson, Ernie Knowles, Dean Koski, Todd Zimmerman. Michael Moyer, Keith 
Hawkins, Michael Hurley, Tom Wall, Kenny Muha, Jeff Holbrook, Barry Remley (Asst. Coach). 




SOCCER 



Rams Soccer team started out the 
season with a series of disappoint- 
ments. Losses of a few key players 
and early season injuries kept the 
Rams on unstable ground all 
season. Although the team had 
many disappointing games, there 
were a few highlights. The Golden 
Rams trounced Lafayette 5-1, and 
then beat a tough Delaware team 2- 
1. Another highlight was a tough 1-0 
loss to nationally ranked Temple, 
when the Golden Rams out-played 
the whole game, but came up on the 
short end again. The team is sorry 
to lose through graduation four, 
four-year veterans, co-captains 
Mike Pawlowski and Curtis Hess, 
Ken Muha, and Keith Hawkins. 
However the coaches and players 
feel optimistic about the 1979 
season since a good portion of the 
squad is returning. 

Melviii Ijirluick (Coiich] contemplalinf; 
.strategy for second half of the Drexel/West 
Chester game. 




Center forward, Dean Koski. trying to weave through 
Drexel defenders. 

Bob Neef congratulated by team members Dean Koski. 
Curt Hess and Greg Wilk after scoring a goal against 
Drexel. 



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WINTER 




BADMINTON 



The West Chester women once again 
proved to be the Eastern powerhouse in 
intercollegiate badminton. Both \'arsity 
and JV squads posed a 7-0 season — un- 
defeated for the second year in a row. 
The accumulative record under Head 
Coach Mrs. B. Boyle is 60 wins — 4 
losses between 1973-1979, The team 
dominated the Philadelphia area 
colleges by again capturing the PAIAQ 
(Phila. Assoc, of Intercollegiate 
Athletics for Women) Tournament 
Team Championships for the second 
straight year. West Chester fared well 
in American Badminton Assoc. Open 
Tournaments during the season along 
with capturing the singles and doubles 
crown in the Eastern Badminton Cham- 
pionships at Swarthmore College (Peg 
Sausen — singles: Pam Lutz and Peg 
Sausen — doubles). 

There were two major highlights of 
the season. One was beating Temple (a 
strong competitor) who was also un- 
defeated at the time of the last match of 
the season by a score of 3-2. The second 
highlight was traveling to George 
Washington Universit\', Washington 
D.C. for the AIAW National Collegiate 
tournament — Pam Lutz. Peg Sausen, 
Pam Wilson, and Lisa Shermeyer were 
four West Chester entries who brought 
home the 10th place team standing oul 
of 23 colleges participating. 

Four seniors will be graduating this 
year: Pam Lutz, Pat Workman, Pam 
Wilson, and Raquel Falotico, but a firm 
foundation should remain for another 
highly successful season. 




Team Captain, Pam Lutz, displaying her 
badminton technique. 



Freshman, Peg Sausen, #1 singles varsity, 
went undefeated (7-0) for the season and 
went on to the Eastern Badminton Cham- 
pionships succeeding as Doubles and Singles 
Champion. Peg also went to the Delaware 
Valley Badminton Tournament and PAIAW 
becoming Singles Champion. 

Row 1: L-R Racquel Falotico, joEUen Gallo, Peggy Sausen. Pam Lutz, Nancy Romanot, Beth 
Evans, Suzanne Simpson (manager), Betty Boyle (head coach). Row 2: L-R ]udy Wynn. Cheryl 
Cox, Karen Russo, Kathy Hueston, Karen Lerch, Lisa Shermeyer, Pam Wilson, Pat Workman. 




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J.V. BASKETBALL 



Coach Craig Hofford centers on J.V. strategy. 





The 1978-79 edition of the Golden 
Ram Junior Varsity started the 
season strong with a big win over 
Pennsylvania, but from that point 
had difficulty putting together any 
winning combination, as they 
struggled to a disappointing 2-12 
season. Injuries and illness left the 
team with only seven players at 
times to compete against their for- 
midable East Coast Conference 
schedule. The team was led by 
second year performers Robert An- 
derson and Glen Adelsberger, 
sophomore Kevin Andrews and 
Freshman guard Jake Magarity. 
Look for these players to contribute 
their talents to the West Chester 
State varsity in the coming years. 

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Row 1: L-R Doug Hendricks. Jake Magarity, Bruce McCormick, Craig Goodling. Row 2: L-R Craig Hofford (head coach), 
Robert Anderson, Stu Tripler, Larry Coblentz, Jeff Sands, Glen Adelsberger, Kevin Andrews, Denise Zimmerman 
(statistician], Charlie DiMarco (assistant coachj. 




Joe Senser battles for two of many points in 
the win over Lehigh. 



Senior. Dave Jungers, looks for an open man 
to pass to. lungers joined Senser on the West 
Chester Stale College 1.000 point club. 





MEN'S BASKETBALL 



During the 1978-79 Basketball 
season, West Chester advanced to 
the quarterfinals in the East Coast 
Conference Division I, after win- 
ning their playoff game at home 
against Lehigh. The team also flew 
to Florida placing third in the 
Florida Southern Classic. To add 
more spice to their season, the 
Rams beat the University of 
Delaware twice for the first time in 



several years. 

Feature players on the Ram's 
Basketball team were co-captains, 
Joe Senser and Dave Jungers scor- 
ing over 1,000 points in their 
careers. Senser broke the Division I 
NCAA final goal percentage held 
by Bill Walton. Jungers, averaging 
twenty points per game, placed 
second in the Conference's Western 
Division. Freshman Brad Pensyl 



Row 1: L-R Jake Magarity, Al Ricci, Robert Anderson, Butch Bontempo. Row 2: L-R Craig Hafford (Asst. Coach), Emery Cook, 
Tom Bannell. Mark Pederson, Joe Senser, Tony Scafidi, Brad Pensyl, Dave Jungers, Earl Voss (Head Coach), Charlie DiMarco 
(Asst. Coach). Missing: Kevin Andrews, Bob Senser, Bruce Bonner. 




Freshman, Brad Pensyl, pops a jump shot 
during the Lehigh game. Pensyl averaged 
10.3 points a game as a first year player. 



Senior guard, Butch Bontempo, gets set to 
drive in the win over Lehigh. 



was selected to the East Coast 
Athletic Conference Honor Roll 
during the season for his out- 
standing play. 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




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Row 1: L-R ]enny Mathievv |manager|, Kath Burns, Tina LaRoss (Captain), Karen Atack (Captain), Jackie McDonoiigh, Kate 
Keenan. Cathy McQueen. Row 2: L-R Bunny Watts (head Coach), Mitzi Reitnour, Carol McCauley. [ane Semler, Marlene 
Milkoskv. Sue Murk, Lee Amend. 




Tina LaRoss giving it a second effort with teammate Kathy 
Burns waiting for the result. 

Co-captain Tina LaRoss shooting for two. 





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WOMEN'S JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 

Row 1: L-R [enny Mathiew (manager), Emile 
Lonardi, Denise Williams, Paula Musselman, Lydia 
Kepner. Kelly Goodin, Lee Amend. Row 2: L-R 
Bunny Watts (head coach), Tara Sanders, Kathy 
Richards, Pat Barr, Nancy Wakefield, Kathleen 
O'Malley, Marianne McKenna. Sue Kloss (assis- 
tant coach). 





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Struggling through a tough 
season, the West Chester State 
College Women's Basketball team 
had a season of 8 wins and 11 losses. 
However, the team won six of its 
last seven games, indicating that 
perhaps a young team needed time 
for growth. The biggest game was 
against Immaculata which West 
Chester beat 87-73 — the first win 
against Immaculata since 1972. 
Another big game was the 79-68 vic- 
tory over LaSalle. 

Some of the star players were 
captains Tina LaRoss and Karen 
Atack, who held the young team 
together. Highest scorer Jane 
Semler averaged 12.9 points a 
game, and shot 66% from the floor. 
Jane had a unique talent for 
shooting from 15-20 feet out, a talent 
she showed against Nationally 
ranked teams. Sophomore Mitzi 
Reitnour, guard, averaged 10.1 
points a game while displaying her 
leadership on the court. Sue Merk, 
also a sophomore, was second high 
scorer, averaging 10.2 points a 
game. Coach Karas is looking 
forward to the continued growth of 
the team. 

Forward, Karen Atack passing. 





MEN'S 
GYMNASTICS 



West Chester Men's Gymnastic 
team displayed their competitive 
abilities with a six win, 5 loss 
record. Winning the Tri-meet 
against Long Island University and 
Princeton University was a main 
highlight of the season. The team 
placed third in the Team Cham- 
pionship missing second place by 
two-tenths of a point. 

The '78 season was highlighted 
with outstanding performances of 
Senior Jack Fitzgerald, who placed 
sixth in all around competition and 
second on high bar and rings in the 
Championship meet; Bill Riley took 
first on floor and vault competition, 
and succeeded to Nationals. Other 
performers were Captain Hugh 
Gerlach, who showed an all around 
ability, Les Stover specialized on 
floor, powerbars and vault, and 
Dave Ressler on vault and highbar. 
The Ram's season proved to be 
competitive. 



Head Coach Trnka assists one of West 
Chester's gymnasts. 

Row 1: L-R Mike Klatskin, Bill Lolli. Hugh 
Gerlach, Ken Baker. Les Stover. Row 2: L-R 
Milan Trnka (Coach), [ohn Heemer, Jim 
Tharp, Tim Garland. Roger Lank, Mike Koz- 
narski, Dave Ressler. Jack Fitzgerald. Asst. 
Coach Beale. 

Dave Ressler, vault and high bar specialist, 
doing a doublefront vault. 

Bill Lolli. floor exercise champion and vault 
champ, performing a handstand on one of 
his many floor routines. 

Jack Fitzgerald performing a handstand on 
the parallels against Long Island University. 

Hugh Gerlach, all around g>'mnast, perform- 
ing circles on the end of the horse at the vic- 
tory meet with Long Island University. 



WOMEN'S 
GYMNASTICS 



The Women's Gymnastics team 
closed their season with a 12 win, 4 
loss record, thus proving their 
superior ability. As a team, they 
placed ninth in the Regionals and 
first in their championship meet, 
where everyone received a medal. 

Some outstanding performers on 
West Chester's team were Debbie 
Vasta, who placed first on bars at 
the Championship meet. Jeaneine 
Reinert and Vicki Basile placing 
first and second, respectively, in 
their all around routines. Jeaneine 
Reinert also went to finals in the 
Regional meet for floor exercise. 
Next year's team hopes to be just as 
successful. 



Karen Strand (Beam, floor, and vaulting 
specialist) poses for the Glassboro judges. 




Row 1: L-R Lisa Kreider, Donna Rhodes, Vicki Basile, Debbie Vasta. Debbie Grider, Jeaneine 
Reinert. Row 2: L-R Lisa Novick, Karen Strand. Denise Blusl. Teresa Gundst, Chris Forester, 
Nisa Norlhrup. Row 3: L-R Sandy Thielz (Coach), Karen Shult, Ronnie Price, Sue Hafer. Joan 
Dominey, Sue Ellen Kase, Jane Early, Cecelia Szilizy, Joan Park. 
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Debbie Vasta performing a glide-kip on un- 
even parallel bars. 




Senior, Tess Gunst (Beam 
and floor specialist), warm- 
ing up her balance beam 
routine against Glassboro. 





Coach, Sandy Thielz shows 
her unique ability on the 
floor exercise. 



Vicki Basile displays her 
freestyle ability on the 
balance beam. 




Row 1: L-R Tom Kypor, Jeff Noel, Keith Andrew, Tyrone Scott, Mike Wade, Steve Graves, Don Cooke, Mark Austerberry, John 
Green. Dave McDermott. Row 2: L-R Steve Kinsey, Larry Knepper. Dave Scott, John McVan, A. J. Curmaci, John Majewski, 
Eugene Willard. Art Pollard, Grant Norris, Bruce Barcusky, Bill Butler (head CQach|. 



MEN'S 

INDOOR 

TRACK 



Highlights of the season for the team were the 
victories over Lafayette, Drexel, and 
Millersville. Lafayette has been the only team to 
defeat West Chester indoors since 1966, breaking 
West Chester's winning streak of 66 two years 
ago. This year's meet not only avenged that win, 
but saw West Chester set four meet records — 
Steve Kinsey in the 60 yard dash (6.4), Doug 
Owens in the 600 yard run (1 :13.5], Bill Cellini in 
the two mile run (9:18) and Joe Majewski and 
John McVan in the high jump (6'6"0). There were 
15 personal best performances in the meet for 
West Chester. 

Individual highlights of the season after the 
Lafayette meet were: Bill Cillini who set the 
school record in the two mile run with 9:04.2 at 
the Delaware Invitational Meet, Steve Kinsey 
who set the school indoor record with 49.3 while 
winning the ECC in the 440 yard dash cham- 
pionship, Pat Quirk who ran 9:14.8 in the two 
mile for personal best and third on the West 
Chester all time list, Paul Shivers who ran 4:16.8 
for personal best mile, and John McVan who 
took third place in the high jump with 6'8" at the 
Middle Atlantic AAU Indoor Championships. 
Relay highlights are: one mile relay — first place 
— Princeton Relays — 3:23.7; second place 
Philadelphia Track Classic — 3:25.6; second 
place — CYO National Invitational 3:24.7. 



WOMEN'S 
INDOOR TRACK 

Women's track at West Chester has been im- 
proving with leaps and bounds as thirteen new 
records were set during this indoor season. Ann 
Skahan led the record barrage, setting new stan- 
dards in the six mile run with a time of 5:07.9, in 
the two mile six run with 11:07.8, 880 yard run 
with 2:23.1, and as a member of the record 
setting 4-lap relay, two mile relay and the sprint 
medley relay. She is also a member of the 880 
relay and mile relay teams that hold West 
Chester records. Other records were set by: 
Becky Foulds in the 45 yard dash (5.6), 50 yard 
dash (6.4), 220 yard dash (27.2), four lap relay 
and the sprint medley relay. Donna Quade in the 
45 yard hurdles (8.9), 220 yard dash (27.2), and 
the four lap relay. Jene Fetherolf in the shot put 
with 42'2V2". In the distance medley relay Marie 
Threlfall, Mary Lynne Rainey, Chris Cutrone, 
and Deb Finley proved an outstanding group 
along with Ellen Poll, Val Alford, Marie 
Threlfall, and Ann Skahan in the two mile six 
relay with a time of 9:43.5 and Becky Foulds, 
Donna Quade, Val Alford, and Ann Skahan in 
the four lap relay with a time of 1:27.3. 

Row 1: L-R Ev Rusche, Chris Cutrone, Anita Budweg, Becky Foulds, Karen Wise. Row 2; L-R Val Alford. Debbie Bollenbach, 
Rose Wachter. Row 3: L-R Blanche Brown, Donna Quade, Lorraine Neville, Nan Holland. Ellen Poll. Coach Bill Butler. Row 4: L- 
R Colleen Keane. Carol Hanshue, Lori Kerchner, June Coccia, Ann Skahan. Marie Threlfall. 






Tri-captain, Tim Murphy 



Mike McGinley, who won the ECC 3 meter div- 
ing title (Tri-Captain). 





Tri-Captain Dale Rolhenberger, who set a new 
team record for the 100 yard freestyle (49.1). 



Sophomore John Hayman set a new team record 
for the 200 yard breaststroke (2:20.0). 





Mike Oldt set a new team record with three Scott Winkleman, who set a new team record 
teammates in the 800 yard freestyle relay for the 400 yard Individual Medley (4:31.5). 
(7:28.5). 








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Row 1: L-R (in water) Konrad Fritz, Greg Flory, Mike McGinley, John Hayman, Ivan Thillet, Bob 
Strayer, Dale Rothenberger, Steve Donahue, Rudy Ruth. Row 2: L-R Frank Woodward, Scott 
Kinderman. Frank Barbon, Tom Barone, Alan Manfredo, Jim Forbes, Dale Thomas, Mike Oldt, 
Andy Mancuso. Row 3: L-R Jeff Rutter, Rudy Havira, joe Malloy, Fred Donatelli, John Conners, 
Bob Buzzerd, Jim Panzitta. Row 4: L-R Terry Funk (Asst. Coach), Tim Murphy, Michael Maley, 
Chuck Howat, Tom Austin, Scott Winkleman, Dan Dell'Omo (Trainer). Chuck Pagano (Head 
Coach). 



MEN'S 
SWIMMING 



The 1978-79 Men's Swimming 
team proved its successful season 
by meeting their objectives namely, 
to improve last year's dual meet 
record, improve last year's con- 
ference finish in the East Coast 
Conference Championships, and to 
rewrite the team record board. The 
three senior tri-captains; Mike 
McGinley, Tim Murphy, and Dale 
Rothenberger provided the 
leadership and guidance necessary 
to achieve any level of success this 
season. With a team composed of 
twelve freshmen, some with limited 
competitive experience, their 
assistance in and out of the pool 
was significant to the overall 
program. The contributions of the 
sophomores — Jeff Rutter and John 
Hayman increased the success as 
well. To add to the highlights of the 
season, Michael McGinley won the 
East Coast Conference 3 meter div- 
ing title. New team records for the 
1978-79 season: 

1000 Yard Freestyle 

— ]eff Rutter 10:24.4 

100 Yard Freestyle 

—Dale Rothenberger 49.1 

200 Yard Breastslroke 

—John Hayman 2:20.0 

1650 Yard Freestyle 

—Jeff Rutter 17:22.5 

400 Yard Individual Medley 

—Scott Winkleman 4:31.5 

800 Yard Freestyle Relay 

—Mike Oldt 

— Mick Maley 

— Dale Rothenberger 

—Jeff Rutter 7:28.5 

3 Meter Diving 

—Mike McGinley 431.5 




Row 1; L-R Fawn Disney, Lisa Malosiecki, Beth Sherman, Elaine Foggan, Martha Bent. Row 2: L-R Susan Parkinson (head 
coach — striped shirt), Cheryl Cole, Bunny Difiero, Sandee Meagher, Jane Harris, Donna Lawson, Patti Dix, Denise Bolich 
(co-captain), Liz Dixon, Denise Dunn, Micki Kimes. Row 3: L-R Kelly Legatz, Connie Hiester (co-captain). Deb Beachel. 




WOMEN'S 
SWIMMING 

The 1978-79 Women's Swimming Team had a successful 7 
win 5 loss season with outstanding swimmers, Denise 
Bolich, Beth Sherman, Patty Dix, and Denise Dunn. Out- 
standing divers for the team were seniors Connie Hiester 
and Deb Beachel. Swimmer of the year was Patty Dix who 
excelled in the breaststroke. With dedicated co-captains, 
Connie Hiester and Denise Bolich, the team won vic- 
toriously in several championship meets. 



Tony Slagliano, and Captain Bob Katz having a record of 28-6M 



fj^ 'S 





Row 1: L-R Bob Katz, Dave Miller (Captains). Row 2: L-R Tony Stagliano, Curt Clark, Arne Hasselquist, Joe Alemi. Row 3: L-R 
Head Coach Collier, John Licata, Dave Incao, Steve Wright, Jim Batchelor, Coach Bonsall. 




WRESTLING 

Under the direction of head 
coach Milt Collier and his able 
assistant Dale Bonsall, the Golden 
Ram Matmen had a strong seasonal 
dual meet record of 7 wins and 4 
losses. High points during the 
season were an upset victory over 
nationally ranked Hofstra Univer- 
sity, and a lopsided victory over 
archrival University of Delaware. 
Led by East Coast Conference 
Champions Bob Katz, Dave Miller, 
and John Licata the Rams outscored 
their opponents 275 to 192. Three of 
the Rams' four losses were by a 
total of 10 points. As best described 
by Coach Collier, "The boys really 
came together and matured as 
collegiate wrestlers. I'm looking 
forward to have many returning let- 
terman next year." 

Big team point getters for the 
Rams were Bob Katz (28-6-0), Dave 
Miller (19-5-0), John Licata (22-10-1) 
with seven pins, Bruce Edwards 
(17-12-0) eight pins, Barry Derr (15- 
10-1), Arne Hasselquist (18-10-0) 
and Rick Pingitore (12-14-0). 
Edwards and Pingitore were fourth 
place winners in the East Coast 
Conference. 

Bruce Edwards who had a record of 17-12-0. 

Stu Simionides. 






Steve Lynch. 

Rick Pingitore — fourth place winner 
at East Coast Conference. 

Barry Derr holding a record of 15-10-1. 




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MEN'S BASEBALL 



Head Coach Neil Serpico knew at the 
beginning of the season that it would be 
difficult to repeat the accomplishments 
set by last year's squad. And indeed it 
has been. After getting off to a traumatic 
southern trip where the team did not win 
a ball game, the Golden Rams came back 
to win eleven of their nineteen games. 
During this winning streak the pitching 
staff gave up only six earned runs and 
helped beat teams such as Penn State 
and LaSalle. 

Senior Co-Captain Jim Durrman has 
led the way for the Rams all year. He has 
had an outstanding hitting record. The 
pitching staff has been led by Senior Co- 
Captain Conrad "Smokey" Everett. 
Everett was chosen ECC Division I 
"Player of the Week." These two co- 
captains helped hold the WCSC baseball 
team together. 







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Blaise Giroso 




Row 1: L-R Paul Tenaglio, Jeff Bellinger (Caplain), Gary Rodgers. Row 2: L-R Blaise Giroso, Dwight Dudas, Ron Fisher. Row 
3: L-R Mr. Trezise (Head Coach), Bill Swensen, |osh Greenbaum, Greg Flory. 




loach Jack Trezise 




eff Bellinger 



GOLF 



The 1979 squad had one of the most 
challenging schedules in the history of 
the State's Golf program. It included 14 
team matches, the Marine Invitational at 
Camp Lejeune, the West Point In- 
vitational, the Penn State Invitational, 
and East Coast Conference Cham- 
pionships. Minus four low handicap 
players from the 1978 squad, and with no 
replacements for this year, the team 
struggled to a disappointing 5 and 8 
season, with a last place finish at Camp 
Lejeune, a 17th place finish at Penn State 
with 19 teams, a tie for third at West 
Point with 5 teams, and a seventh place 
ECC finish with 12 teams. The highlight 
of the year was the selection of the num- 
ber one player, Blaise Giroso, to repre- 
sent West Chester in the NCAA Division 
I qualifiers at the Wilmington Country 
Club. Blaise had a slow start this season, 
but finished in championship format in 
the Penn State Tourney by shooting a 54 
hole score of 221, only 5 over par. His 
stroke average for the year was 78. New 
head coach Jack Trezise has committed 
himself and his future teams to be con- 
tenders within their conference, and to 
have more members of the team selected 
as NCAA championship qualifiers. 













MEN'S 
LACROSSE 



The club and staff were ex- 
tremely proud to open the 1978-79 
season after being accepted into the 
United States Intercollegiate 
Lacrosse Association. The Club 
faced a tough intercollegiate 
schedule against teams such as 
Swarthmore College, Kutztown 
State College, Drexel University, 
Widener College, Villanova Uni- 
versity, Lehigh University, and 
Hamilton College of New York. 

This year's team was led by Cap- 
tains Rodger Blye and Steve Peif- 
fer. Blye led the team in scoring, 
and was ranked in the top three in 
Division II-III in the United States 
Intercollegiate Lacrosse Associa- 
tion. Peiffer led the defensive 
squad as he baffled the opponents 
with his strength, speed and out- 



standing moves. 

The 1978-79 record is 5-5. They 
defeated Swarthmore, Millersville, 
Academy of New Church, Ft. Mon- 
mouth Army Prep School, and 
Widener. They suffered tough 
defeats to Drexel, Kutztown, and 
were just edged out by Kean 
College 14-13, Hamilton College 12- 
10, and Villanova 13-9. 

The team will be losing the 
following seniors: Steve Peiffer, 
Chuck Hovanic, Jon Detterline,' 
Chunky Doud, Bucky Nicolai, and 
Bill Eisenbrey, all defensemen; 
Rodger Blye, Jim Bricker, Michael 
Hagan, Jack Lawler, Tim Murphy 
and John Zaktos, midfielders; and 
Dennis Martucci, attackman. 

Congratulations to all the players 
and staff for a well played season. 




Patty Thompson, who led the learn in assists. 



Brenda Becker 



Brooke Watson, one of the high scorers. 




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WOMEN'S 
LACROSSE 



For the West Chester Stale Women's 
Lacrosse team, the 1979 season was one 
of rebuilding for the future, with five 
freshmen, two sophomores, three 
juniors and four seniors on the Varsity 
team. 

Captains, Robin Plummer and Gaile 
Turner led the team to a 5 loss and 4 win 
record. High scorers for West Chester 
were Nancy Wakefield with 20 goals; 
Gail Smith with 18 goals; Brooke Wat- 
son with 12 goals; and Robin Plummer 
and Patty Thompson with 5 goals each. 
Patty Thompson also leads the learn in 
assists with 9. West Chester's goalie, 
Gaile Turner, helped the team with 76 
saves. 

One of the highlights of the season 
was an 8-7 win over second ranked 
Maryland University. Under the direc- 
tion of Coaches Sue Lubking and Robin 
Cash, and with most of the players 
returning for the Golden Rams, next 
season should be more successful. 

Goalie Gaile Turner. 



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Team is receiving a pep talk from Coach Lubking. 
Michele LeFevre and Margie Carter. 





Row 1: L-R Rosanna DeWitt 
(manager), Brooke Watson, Liz 
Elmo, Robin Plummer, Cathy 
DeMarco, Andrea Salisbury, 
Brenda Becker, Janet Mid- 
dleton (trainer). Row 2; L-R Sue 
Lubking (head coach], Judy 
Alexander (manager), Margie 
Carter, Nancy Wakefield, 
Michele LeFevre, Gail Smith, 
Patty Thompson, Gail Turner, 
Kathy Krannebilter, John 
Civello (trainer). 



WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 



West Chester's head softball coach. Betty Boyle, 
anticipated that the season "(would) have many new 
twists." Last year the team was runnerup in the 
EAIAW Region I Championships, but many of the 
players who helped get the team that far have gone. 
This year was one of re-building with many young 
talents. West Chester carried one varsity squad that 
played 12 varsity doubleheaders. 




Coach Bett\' Bo\le 





Two learns meet after a game. 



Debhy Andersnn — pitchi 




Row 1: L-R Karen Atack, Lori Lacy, 
Pat Workman, Pat Wertman, 
Lindsay Taylor. Row 2: L-R Ginger 
Sulvoski, Janet Reed, Kathy Grud- 
zien, Tracy Morrison, Robin Herb, 
Julie Caprio, Row 3: L-R Carry 
Wright (trainer), Patti Procopio, 
Debby Anderson, Paula 
Musselman, Elaine Chomicki, Beth 
Evans. Letty Kress, Chris Lottes 
(asst. coach). Row 4: L-R Bonnie 
Witherstine (manager). Sue Murk, 
Debbie West, Karen Lerch, Peggy 
Sausen, Sheila Bury, Elizabeth 
Amend, Betty Boyle (head coachj. 



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The games were more than exciting. 
One of the most thrilling was a 4-3 win 
over Penn State in the bottom of the 
ninth. Power hitter Lori Lacy connected 
for a grand slam to give West Chester the 
win. 

Seniors Lori Lacy and Pat Workman 
served the team as co-captains. Other 
seniors who served as a foundation for 
the team were Catcher Lindsay Taylor 
and Outfielder Karen Atack, Next year 
looks promising, with many returning 
players and a new crop of Freshmen 
coming in. 




Debby Anderson 

Betty Boyle advising players. 
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Justin McCue, the left-handed §2 singles 
demonstrates his forehand technique. 




§\ singles. Mark Trach, getting ready to smash an ace serve to his Lafayette opponent. 



Tim Irwin. #3 singles, serves to a tough 
Lafayette opponent. 



MEN'S TENNIS 



The 1979 West Chester Tennis 
team depended strongly on return- 
ing players, Mark Trach and Jeff 
Walters. Playing as first singles, 
Mark Trach showed physical poten- 
tial and aggressiveness. In last 
year's ECC Championship, Mark 
was a finalist at #2 doubles and #3 
singles. Along with Mark at the 
championships was team captain, 
Jeff Walters, reaching finals as #1 
doubles. In addition to the two 
seasoned veterans, Tim Irwin, a 



varsity doubles player from a year 
ago has become #3 singles player 
along with Murray Liddick who 
played 4th singles. Other top 
players were #6 singles Jack 
Repasch, #2 singles Justin McCue, 
and #3 doubles Brian Paley and 
Partner Murray Liddick. 

The month of April consisted of 
dual matches with East Coast Con- 
ference Championships. The Rams 
once again went to the Carolinas for 
their seasonal trip. 



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Fourth singles — Murray 
Liddick — follows through 
after an ace serve. 





Row 1: L-R Brian Paley. leff 
Plain. Tom Sakovits, Tim 
Irwin, Wayne Fisher, Mark 
Trach, Tony DeCecco, Row 
2: L-R Head coach Ron 
Woods, Asst. coach Bill Sem- 
ber, Asst. coach Ed Mc- 
Quillin, Ray Adams, )ack 
Repasch, Mike Allen, Cap- 
tain Jeff Walters, Murray 
Liddick. 





An overview of the Men's Tennis team on West Chester courts. 



Team captain, Jeff Walters, shows strength in his backhand shot 
against Lafayette. 



Sue Storm 




The 1978-79 Women's Tennis team is one of 
the best collegiate tennis teams. With the 
dedicated coaching of Barbara Karas, the 
team had a winning 1978-79 season. One major 
highlight was when the team came in sixth out 
of thirty-eight schools in the Middle States 
Tournament. 

Some of the star players were senior, Sue 
Storm, who displayed her great tennis poten- 
tial this year; Linda Ritter, who had two big 
wins at the Middle States Tournament against 
the #1 Delaware and #1 University of Penn op- 
ponents; #3 singles Karen Zimmerman; 
Junior, Donna Schonour (4th singles), one of 
the hardest hitters on the team; #5 singles Bar- 
bara Adams: and Allison Smith, #6 singles, 
who broke into the singles line up this year 
and has built up a lot of team confidence. 



Deb DeLellis 



CX ;,-P^> 




Row 1: L-R Patty Toman. Andrea Bennett, Barb Adams, Nancy Seiboth, Sue Storm, Barb Crater, Val Biderberg, 
Betty Weber. Amy Kohut. Row 2: L-R Barbara Karas (head coach). Donna Schonour, Jan Andrews, Marlene 
Milkosky, Karen Zimmerman, Lori Schumaker, Linda Ritter (co-captain|, Alison Smith (co-captain), Jamie Har- 
vey, Deb Piper (assistant coach). 




WOMEN'S TENNIS 




Caren Zimmerman 





Head Coach Barbara Karas 



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Row 1: L-R Terry Fight, Paula Sammarone, Eileen Hornberger, Donna Quads, Karen Wise, Zoe Moyers, Becky Foulds, Val 
Alford, Susan Dyer, Cheryl Cox, Pam Wilson. Row 2: L-R Coral Quinones (Assistant Coach), Dian Dunham, Carol Sprinkler, 
Mary Redfeen, Ruthie Patton, Sue Hafer, Blanche Brown. Lori Kershner, [eni Fetherolf, Cathy Davis, Barb McFadden, Sharon 
Wallace. Marv Henrv. 



WOMEN'S 

TRACK AND 

FIELD 



The 1979 West Chester Women's Track 
and Field team ended their season with the 
EAIAW Regional Championship held at 
Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. 
At our own college the girls took first place 
in the "Big 5" meet. The four of the five 
colleges which were represented were 
LaSalle, Penn State, Villanova, and West 
Chester. 

The team then went to New Brunswick, 
New Jersey to compete in the Rutgers 
Relays. Blanche Brown placed first in the 
high jump, Jeni Fetherolf third in the shot 
put event, Becky Foulds fifth in the javelin 
competition, and Sharon Wallace sixth in 
the discus throw. Team members Cutrone, 
Quade, Skahan, and Hornberger set a West 
Chester record to take second place in the 
Distance Medley. West Chester competed 
in the 400 meter race with Foulds, Hafer, 
Fetherolf. and Quade running to place 
fifth. 

At the Maryland Invitational, Blanche 
Brown represented the team in the high 
jump, placing third. Jenie Fetherolf threw 
the shot put 41'4V2" placing fourth. West 
Chester records were broken by Stephanie 
Lee in the long jump, Ann Skahan in the 
1500 meter run, and Quade, Rainey, 
Skahan, and Brown in the 1600 meter relay. 
Sharon Wallace also placed sixth in the 
discus throw. 




Warming up before a meet. 




Team member Lori Kershner 




A determined runner. 





Blanche Brown perfecting her jump. 



MEN'S TRACK 
AND FIELD 

The 1979 Mens Outdoor Track and Field team 
proved capable of holding their own in six major 
meets with the help of Keith Andrew, John Flood, Paul 
Shivers, and Matt Hart who ran the Two Mile Relay. 
They boasted their team to place fourth in the 
Delaware Slate Invitational with a time of 8:03.0. fifth 
in the Colonial Relay with a time of 7:48.0, and third in 
their class in the Rutgers Relays with a time of 7:49.3. 
John McVan also placed in several major meets with a 
fourth place jump of 6'6" in the Delaware State In- 
vitational, sixth in the Colonial Relays and the East 
Coast Conference Champs. McVan added an inch by 
jumping 6'7" in the Penn Relays. The Four Mile Relay 
team pUced second in the Delaware State Invitational 
with a time of 18.09, and the Distance Medley Relay 
placed third in the Colonial Relay with a lime of 
10:10.2. Runners Doug Owens, John Flood, Larry 
Knepper, and Steve Kinsey ran 3:19.3 to come in first 
in their class in the Rutgers Relays. Other runners 
such as Bill Celline, Pat Quirk, and John Majewski 
held the team together by placing in many of the meets 
they ran in. 




John McVan 





(■.«H<:h Bill Biille 





INTRAMURALS . . . 





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The Intramural program at 
West Chester provides ac- 
tivities for male, female, and 
coed competition in all sports. 
There has been successful 
participation in volleyball, 
flag football, basketball, and 
Softball. Recreational Services 
gives these opportunities for 
individuals seeking to pro- 
mote and develop friendships, 
and to use leisure time. 



ATHLETIC TRAINERS 



Row 1: L-R Boh Smodic (Pres.], Linda Manley (V. Pres.). Janet Mid- 
dleton (Sec./Treas.|. Row 2: L-R Ronna Lee Price, Cindy Patten, 
Susan Dyer. Lori Dickson. Row 3: L-R John Worley. Dennis Mar- 
tucci. Barbara McFadden. Larry Grollman, Lori Moul. 




Recipe for an Athletic Trainer: | 

1 part hard work and determination ( 

1 part abiUty to work long hours : 

1 part knowledge in injury management, modalities, and rehabilitation ; 

2 parts concern for people 

The Athletic Trainers are responsible for the care and prevention of athletii 
injuries for the teams at West Chester State, with which they work during thei 
junior and senior years. Under the tutelage of Mr. Phil Donley, the studen 
athletic trainer at West Chester State College studies in an educational progran 
approved by the National Athletic Trainers Association. In the summer afte 
their junior year the student trainers are required to participate in a 12 credi 
program dealing with therapeutic and advanced athletic training procedures 
Upon completing their senior year, student trainers at West Chester take thi 
Certification Test sponsored by the NATA. Thanks to the hard work of Mr 
Donley, Mr. Joe Godek, and Mr. Brad Taylor (the Assistant Trainers) the Wes 
Chester State College athletic training program continues to be one of the bes 
in the nation. 




arry GroUman combats athletics foot odor. 




FALL SPORTS 



FOOTBALL 

WC OPP. 

Lehigh 20 23 

U. of Delaware 56 

Glassboro 26 27 

U. of New Hampshire 21 

Millersville 27 

Bloomsburg 3 16 

Northeastern 6 21 

Kutztown 38 7 

East Stroudsburg 10 19 

Chevnev 10 6 

C.W". Post 7 21 



MEN'S CROSS 
COUNTRY 

WC OPP. 

Bloomsburg 25 32 

Lafayette 28 27 

U, of Delaware 32 24 

Temple 19 41 

East Stroudsburg 23 32 

Millersville 31 24 

La Salle 17 41 

Drexel 17 41 
ICAAA Championships — 
176 points — sixth place 
ECC 93 points — third place 



WOMEN'S 
CROSS COUNTRY 



Swarthmore 
U. of Penn. 
Swarthmore 



WC 

24 
18 
23 



OPP. 

35 
43 
38 



WOMEN'S 
FIELD HOCKEY 

WC OPP. 

St, Louis 3 

U. of Connecticut 2 1 

Temple 3 

Towson State 5 

Gettysburg 10 

U. of Penn. 8 

East Stroudsburg 3 

Glassboro 3 1 

U. of Maryland 3 

Ursinus 1 1 

So. Connecticut 5 

Rutgers 5 2 

Penn State 1 3 

U. of Delaware 2 

Lock Haven 1 1 
EAIAW Regionals 

Princeton 1 

Rutgers 2 

Delaware 4 

Temple 3 2 
USFHA/AIAW Nationals 

Central Washington 13 

U. of Virginia 2 1 

San Jose 1 

U. of Delaware 3 



VOLLEYBALL 



U. of Penn. 

Immaculata 

Temple 

Villanova 

Lehigh 

Drexel 

Kutztown 

Trenton 

Rutgers 

U. of Delaware 

Ursinus 

Navy 

Washington 

Immaculata 



WC 

1 


3 

3 
3 



3 

1 
1 



OPP. 

3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
2 

3 
3 
3 

2 
2 
3 



MEN'S SOCCER 

WC OPP. 

CCNY 3 1 
U. of Maryland- 
Baltimore County 1 1 
*Rider 3 
*Bucknell 3 2 
Penn State 6 
St. Joseph's 3 
*American 3 
East Stroudsburg 1 1 
*Lafayette 5 2 
*Delaware 2 . 1 
*Lehigh 1 
Temple 1 
Elizabethtown 2 
LaSalle 1 3 
Drexel 2 3 
Phila. Textile 1 7 
Army 2 3 

*ECC— West Games 



WINTER SPORTS 



WOMEN'S 
INDOOR TRACK 



LaSalle 

Gloucester 

Delaware 



WC 

46 
46 
46 



OPP. 

7 

7 

61 



BADMINTON 



Drexel 
Bryn Mawr 
G. Washington 
U. of Penn 
Temple 
Swarthmore 
Ursinus 



WC 

4 
5 
6 
5 
3 
5 
4 



OPP. 

1 



2 

1 



JV BADMINTON 





WC 


OPP 


Drexel 


4 


1 


Bryn Mawr 


4 


1 


Cheyney 


4 


1 


U. of Penn 


5 





Temple 


4 





Swarthmore 


4 





Ursinus 


5 






WOMEN'S SWIMMING 



Ghkssboro 

East Stroudsburg 

Va. Commonwealth 

Penn State 

Drexel 

U. of Delaware 



WC 

112 
84 
56 
30 
56 

n 



OPP. 

18 

47 
75 

ini 

75 
54 



Clarion State 




35 


96 


Swarthmore 




91 


21 


Bryn Mawr 




77 


36 


Shippensburg 




76 


55 


Monmouth 




81 


50 


Princeton 




58 


74 


EAIAW Regionals — 






13th place out 


of 41 






Intercollegiate 


Championship 




Meet — 5th pi 


ace 







MEN'S SWIMMING 

WC OPP. 

Lehigh 32 81 

Kutztown 47 66 

U. of Delaware 48 65 

Lafayette 61 52 

East Stroudsburg 49 64 

Rider 50 63 

American 55 58 

Drexel 52 58 

Bloomsburg 62 51 

Temple 41 72 

Glassboro 54 59 

Millersville 61 48 

La Salle 45 65 
ECC — seventh place 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



Glassboro 

Purdue 

West Virginia 

Penn State 

Villanova 

Cheyney 

LaSalle 

Kean 

St. Joseph's 

Montclair 

Queens 

Trenton State 

U. of Delaware 

Rutgers 

East Stroudsburg 

Immaculata 

Temple 

Ursinus 

Lock Haven 



WC 

77 
61 
63 
44 
43 
38 
79 
67 
47 
54 
80 
56 
72 
62 
69 
82 
69 
88 
79 



OPP. 

64 
64 
72 
85 
49 
91 
68 
70 
72 
80 
93 
64 
64 
91 
67 
73 
56 
59 
67 



MEN'S GYMNASTICS 



Temple 
Farmingdale 
East Stroudsburg 
Navy 

Oneonta State 
Cortland Slate 
Long Island U. 
Princeton 
Trenton State 
Glassboro 
William & Mary 



WC 

156.30 
144.50 
168.00 
170.85 
155.45 
168.15 
163.35 
163.35 
131.75 
135.30 
165.70 



OPP. 

193.60 
179.95 
14375 
198.70 
130.40 
188.35 
155.05 

52.05 
102.60 

83.00 
189.90 



WOMEN'S 
GYMNASTICS 



Ursinus 

Bryn Mawr 

Temple 

Massachusetts 

Towson 

Trenton Stale 

Cortland 

Maryland 

Duke 

Glassboro 

Rutgers 



WC 

95.45 
95.45 
117.20 
121.30 
122.65 
118.20 
118.20 
122.55 
122.55 
126.05 
126.05 



OPP. 

61.90 
47.45 
117.00 
127.00 
123.80 
108.95 
122.70 
118.45 
114.20 
63.35 
123.75 



Monlclair 119.35 110.85 

EaslStroudsburg 122.55 119.20 

So. Connecticut 122.45 120.65 

PAIAW Championships 122.45 — First place 
EAIAW Championships 125.70 — Ninth place 



MEN'S INDOOR TRACK 



St. Joseph's 
Lafayette 
Drexel 
Millersville 



WC 

55 
59 
59 
59 



OPP. 

41 
53 
51 
18 



SPRING SPORTS 



WRESTLING 



American 

Gallaudet 

Old Dominion U. 

Drexel 

Lafayette 

Millersville 

Hofstra 

U. of Delaware 

East Stroudsburg 

Rider 

Bloomsburg 

Salisbury State - 



WC 

17 
57 
26 
20 
27 
16 
24 
32 
23 
24 
9 
second place 



OPP. 

18 

14 
15 
11 
23 
22 
7 
25 
20 
38 



ECC — third place 



JV BASKETBALL 



Club Team Penn 

Glassboro 

East Stroudsburg 

Millersville 

Penn State Ogontz 

WCSC Alumni 

Bucknell 

Lafayette 

Delaware 

Lehigh 

Bucknell 

Lafayette 

Delaware 

Lehigh 



WC 

80 
66 
70 
79 
54 
99 
68 
73 
59 
53 
71 
68 
74 
69 



OPP. 

47 
77 
88 
87 
63 
87 
70 

102 
96 
67 
81 
86 

109 
96 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Temple 

Glassboro 

Hofstra 

East Stroudsburg 

Millersville 

St. Joseph's 

St. Francis 

Hartford 

Florida Southern 

Manhattanville 

Drexel 

La Salle 

American 

U. of Baltimore 
*Rider 
*Bucknell 
*Lafayette 
*Delaware 
*Lehigh 
*Bucknell 
*Lafayette 
*Rider 

*U. of Delaware 
*Lehigh 
*ECC— West Games 



WC 

60 
55 
69 
63 
52 
48 
61 
62 
72 
56 
61 
64 
63 
56 
72 
55 
62 
91 
74 
69 
61 
61 
48 
64 



OPP. 

78 
64 
77 
47 
57 
77 
66 
91 
78 
50 
77 
68 
83 
54 
84 
61 
96 
75 
67 
78 
58 
74 
45 
59 



BASEBALL 



Tulane 

U. of New Orleans 

Nicholls State 

U. of New Orleans 

Nicholls State 

Tulane 

Illinois 

Towson 

Villanova 
*Bucknell 
*Bucknell 

Salisbury 

Glassboro 

Kutztown 
*Lafayette 
*Lafayette 

Penn State 

La Salle 

St. Joseph's 
*Rider 
*Rider 

Temple 

Trenton 
*Delaware 
*Delaware 

Textile 

East Stroudsburg 

Elizabethtown 
*Lehigh 
*Lehigh 

Drexel 

St. John's 
ECC — third place) 



WC 

2 

2 

4 

1 

2 

1 

1 

9 
17 
17 
12 

2 

6 
13 
10 

2 

2 

5 

4 
12 

4 

6 

6 

3 

3 

9 

2 

6 

8 



8 
10 



GOLF 

WC 

St. Joseph's 430 

Widener 464 

Temple 402 

Kutztown 400 

American 417 

U. of Delaware 419 

East Stroudsburg 415 

Lehigh 395 

La Salle 433 

Rider 452 

Drexel 438 

Bucknell 394 

Lafayette 411 

Penn State Invitational — 
17th of 19 

ECC — seventh place 
West Point Tournament — 
tied for third 



OPP. 

3 

14 
5 
7 
3 

13 
3 
2 
8 
3 
4 
4 
9 

16 


1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
8 

13 
8 

21 

10 
9 
5 
3 
3 
9 

12 



SOFTBALL 



OPP. 

409 
409 
437 
390 
439 
439 
422 
437 
437 
426 
426 
422 
422 



WOMEN'S LACROSSE 

WC OPP. 

U. of Penn 9 10 

U. of Maryland 8 7 

Towson 12 2 

Temple 9 11 

Ursinus 5 7 

East Stroudsburg 9 5 

Penn State 3 8 

Glassboro 13 10 

Lock Haven 12 9 

Ursinus 5 12 

U. of Delaware 17 8 
National Invitational Tournament 
Harvard 
Colgate 
Ursinus 
Temple 
Ursinus ^ 



11 
23 

3 
12 

8 



Kean College 

Kean College 

Penn State 

Penn State 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Temple 

Temple 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Lock Haven 

Slippery Rock 

U. of Delaware 

U. of Delaware 

Glassboro 

Rutgers 

Montclair 

Ursinus 

Ursinus 

East Stroudsburg 

East Stroudsburg 



WC 

1 
5 
4 
4 
3 
2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
7 
3 
3 
3 
5 
15 
4 
1 



OPP. 

2 
8 
3 

5 
5 
1 

15 
5 
7 
2 
5 
5 
6 
4 

11 
5 
1 
5 
6 




MEN'S TENNIS 



Kutztown 

Swarthmore 

St. Joseph's 

Drexel 

Temple 

U. of Delaware 

Millersville 

Lafayette 

La Salle 

Bucknell 

Rider 

East Stroudsburg 



WC 

6 



9 

9 

1 

3 

9 

5 

9 

5 



OPP. 

3 
9 





WOMEN'S TENNIS 



WC 



OPP. 





Swarthmore 9 

Lehigh 5 2 

U. of Maryland 4 5 

Bryn Mawr 5 

Princeton 9 

Trenton 9 Q 

Ursinus 8 1 

Penn State 2 7 

Middle States Tournament — 

sixth place 

MALTA Tournament — sixth place 



WOMEN'S 
TRACK AND FIELD 

WC OPP. 

East Stroudsburg 

Cortland 

Rutgers 

Villanova 

Trenton 

Glassboro 

U. of Delaware 

"Big Five" Meet 

Westchester — 114V2 

Villanova — 96, U. of Penn. — 33V2 

La Salle — 3, Temple — DNC 



59 


45 V2 


59 


78V2 


59 


75 


106 


84 1/2 


106 


34 


106 


21 V2 


84 


43 



MEN'S 
TRACK AND FIELD 

WC OPP. 



Temple 


92 


71 


Bucknell 


97 


76 


U. of Delaware 


47V2 


113V2 


Glassboro 


68V2 


941/2 




f«m«eD«TW* 



Dr. Charles Mayo 

President 

When Charles George Mayo came to 
West Chester State College in 1974 he not 
only assumed the duties of the 
presidency, but also that of Professor of 
Political Science. This dual role is un- 
usual for college presidents, but it is one 
that Dr. Mayo feels is essential because 
teaching is the central activity of any 
college. Before coming to West Chester, 
Dr. Mayo earned his M.A. and Ph.D. 
degrees from the University of Southern 
California where he also acted as the 
Dean of the Graduate School and as 
Associate Professor of Political Science. 
In addition, he has written numerous ar- 
ticles for scholastic journals and has 
edited several books. Such activitie? 
have earned him mention in Who's Who 
in America — Who's Who in the World. 
During the summer Dr. Mayo, along with 
his wife and daughter, vacation in Cape 
Cod where he is researching the area in 
order to trace his genealogy which dates 
back to 1638. 



Dr. Mayo and his wife, Iris and their 
daughter, Carolyn al their home, Tanglewood 



Dr. Charles G. Mayo 




Dr. Mayo relaxes with his daughter. 



Dr. Louis VVeisIogel 

Vice President of Student Affairs 

Dr. Weislogel may be the College's ver- 
sion of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, for he is 
both \'ice President of Student Affairs at 
WCSC and the tax collector of East Brad- 
ford Township. Other free-time ac- 
tivities include hunting, fishing, racket- 
ball, tennis, and photography. Dr. 
VVieslogel finds time in his busy schedule 
to jog every day. Although Vice Presi- 
dent Weislogel is involved with many of 
the organizations on campus, he is most 
dedicated to the boxing team and the 
IGA for which he is an advisor. At Get- 
tysburg College and Rutgers University, 
Dr. Weislogel earned his A.B. and M.S. 
degrees in Biology. From there he went 
on to receive his M.A. degree in 
Guidance and Counseling, and an Ed.D. 
degree in Educational Administration at 
Nova University. 



Dr. VVieslogel. relaxing on his front steps 





jogging his daily six miles 




Mr. Everett Shaefer 

Director of Business Affairs 

Mr. Shaefer received his Bachelor of 
Commercial Sciences degree in Business 
Administration from Drake University, 
and his Master of Arts degree at the Un- 
iversity of Iowa. Mr. Shaefer continued 
his education by doing graduate work at 
the University of Delaware and Penn 
State University. His hobbies include 
gardening, photography, tennis, and 
working around his house. Recently, Mr. 
Shaefer has built a new patio. He enjoys 
traveling, and has traveled extensively 
throughout the United States. 



Dr. Shaefer puts the finishing touches on his 
porch and garden. 




Dr. Dennis Bell 

Vice President of Administrative 
and Fiscal Affairs 

Dr. Dennis Bell may best be described 
as a man of man\' interests. Aside from 
his administrative duties. Dr. Bell's in- 
terests include gardening, photography, 
camping, bowling, skiing, and golfing. He 
is a licensed pilot and enjoys woodwork- 
ing. Dr. Bell has built a cabinet and 
several other pieces of furniture in his 
home. A native of Ohio, Dr. Bell received 
his A.B. degree form Defiance College in 
Ohio. His M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in 
Educational Administration were earned 
at Ohio State University. 



right: Dr. Bell and Denise 

below: Dennis and Carnetta Bell, and 

daiijjhler. Denise 

below-right: Dr. Bell displays the cabinet he 

crafted 






I 



Dr. John Field 

Dean of Arts and Letters 

When not working at WCSC, Dr. 
Field enjoys hiking, gardening, bee 
keeping, and woodworking. Dr. 
Field is also kept busy as advisor 
for the college's yearbook, the 
Serpentine. He has written several 
books and articles and has received 
many scholarships and awards in 
his field. Dr. Field earned the rank 
of captain in the U.S. Army. He 
received his A.B. degree in English 
from Bowdoin College, his M.B.A. 
degree at Harvard University, and 
his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, also in 
the field of English, from the Un- 
iversity of Cincinnati. 

Dr. Field in repose 





Dr. Carlos Ziegler 

Dean of Education 

When Dr. Ziegler is not busy with 
curricular activities he can usually 
be found outdoors. He enjoys 
tennis, gardening, hiking, camping, 
bird watching, cycling, and travel. 
Recently, Dr. Ziegler attended the 
National Audobon Camp Workshop 
in Maine, spent two weeks in the 
Orkney Islands above Scodand, 
and has visited Nova Scotia. At 
El i za be th to wn College in 
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania Dr. 
Ziegler earned his A.B. degree in 
Sociology and Psychology. He also 
holds a Master's degree in the field 
of Psychology of Reading and a 
Doctorate degree in English Educa- 
tion and Curriculum Development. 

Dr. Ziegler in action 






Dr. Russell Rickert 

Dean of Sciences and 
Mathematics 

Dr. Rickert is dedicated to 
numerous community activities. He is 
an involved member of the Goshen 
Baptist Church, the Lion's Club, and 
the board of directors of the United 
Fund. Dr. Rickert is the president of 
the Delchester Health Education Con- 
sortium and a member of the Chester 
County Boy Scout Council and the 
Education Committee for the Health 
Systems Agency. He enjoys bicycling, 
fishing, water skiing, gardening, cook- 
ing, and reading in the German 
language. Dr. Rickert received his 
B.S., M.S., and Ed.D. degrees from 
WCSC, the University of Delaware, 
and New York University. 



Dr. Rickert makes his way to campus 



II 



Dr. Ronald Woods 

Dean of Health and 
Physical Education 

Tennis is a large part of Dr. Wood's 
life. He is the coach for the WCSC 
tennis team and is a clinician for the 
United States Tennis Association. He 
travels around the country giving 
clinics to coaches, professionals, and 
teachers. Dr. Woods has written a 
book about tennis entitled, —Your Ad- 
vantage — and teaches classes on the 
psychological and sociological aspects 
of sports. Dr. Woods holds B.S., M.S., 
and Ph.D. degrees from East Strouds- 
burg State College, the University of 
Massachusetts, and Temple Univer- 
sity. 




Dr. Ronald Woods with hi.s antique racket 




Dr. James Milne 

Dean of Social and 
Behavioral Sciences 

Dr. Milne's interests include 
Common Cause, Little League, and 
the Youth Basketball Association. 
He also enjoys reading and has 
traveled throughout North 
America, England, and Scotland. 
Dr. Milne has written a book en- 
titled, Study Guide for American 
Government. Dr. Milne received 
his B.S., B.A., and Ph.D. degress in 
Political Science from Kutztown 
State College, Villanova University, 
and Temple University. 



Dean Milne posing outside his office 



Dr. Charles Sprenkle 

Dean of Music 

Dr. Sprenkle enjoys cabinet-making 
and woodworking. He has built a 
harpsichord for the Department of 
Music. Dr. Sprenkle's B.S. degree was 
earned at Johns Hopkins University, and 
his D.M.A. degree is from the Peabody 
Conservatory Institute in Baltimore. Dr. 
Sprenkle has been at West Chester State 
College since 1955. 



Pausing for a moment, Dr. Charles Sprenkle 




^ 




Dr. JohnBross 

Dean of Undergraduate Studies 

Since 1977. when Dr. Bross first came 
to WCSC, one of his chief concerns has 
been the improvement of the college's 
academic services. Dean Bross is a mem- 
ber of the Association of Computation 
Linguistics and the American Associa- 
tion of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern 
European Languages. He has traveled to 
Russia and participated in the summer 
exchange program for language teachers 
at the University of Moscow in 1969. His 
interests include skiing, swimming, hik- 
ing, and reading. At Harvard University, 
Dr. Bross received his A.B. degree in 
Linguistics and Germanic Languages and 
his A.M. and Ph.D. degrees in 
Linguistics. 



Dr. John Bross at the Learning and Research 
Center 





Dr. Lon Weber 

Dean of Graduate Studies 

Photography, bicycling, and piloting 
a glider plane are Dr. Weber's hob- 
bies. His B.S. and M.S. degrees were 
both earned at the University of 
Wisconsin in the fields of Biological 
Sciences and Educational Administra- 
tion. Dr. Weber received his Ph.D. in 
Administration and Philosophy, and 
then went on to do post doctorate work 
in the School of Organization and 
Management at Yale University. He 
recently attended a conference en- 
titled, "Transfer of Ideas and 
Technology to Developing Countries" 
in Ditchley Park, England. 



Dr. Weber takes his place in the cockpit of 
"Penzance" _ 





Ken and Susan Burda with their children 
Bryna, Ruarri, and Cullen 

Dr. Burda and Dirk 



Dr. Kenneth Burda 

Dean of Student Development 

Dr. Burda has three children and 
enjoys traveling and camping with his 
family. His other interests include 
woodworking, picture framing, and 
racketball. During his free time, he 
coaches the little league baseball team 
in his area, and is the advisor for 
RHA, the boxing team, and Mega Si 
Phi. It was at California State College 
in Pennsylvania that Dr. Burda 
received his B.S. degree in 
Geography. He went on to earn his 
M.Ed, in Counseling Psychology at 
Central Washington State College and 
his Ed.D. degree in Educational Ad- 
ministration at the University of 
Pennsylvania. 



DEDICATED TO . 



Dr. Thomas Brady, an 
advisor, a counselor, a 
teacher, hut mostly a friend. 





Dr. Thomas Brady is more than just a professor. He is an advisor, a 
counselor, and a teacher, but mostly a friend. Since 1967 Dr. Brady has 
been with the college and considers ft one of the most happy and 
rewarding experiences of his life. Dr. Brady has spent much time and 
effort working with his students in pre-law advising, and as the advisor 
to the Law Club. In the past few years, twenty or more. West Chester 
•aduates have gone on to law school annually, whereas prior to 1968 
lere were usually only one or two. Many believe Thomas Brady 
deserves much of tne credit for the interest in law. Dr. Brady's classes 
are always filled to capacity, and his students consider him to be an in- 
formative, thought-provoking, stimulating, and caring teacher. His love 
for law, West Chester, and nis students is visible through his untold 
hours of dedication. 

Dr. Brady practiced law for ten years and is a consultant for law firms 
for both State and Federal Civil Liberties Actions. Once every year Dr. 
Brady is the coordinator of the Moot Court held in the Judge's Cham- 
bers. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association, The 
Delaware County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, and is associated 
with Wake Up America, a citizen's group dedicated to helping people 
become involved and effective in administrative and bureaucratic 
processes. In 1948 Dr. Brady graduated from West Chester with a degree 
in Music Education. He plays guitar, has sune professionally, and was 
one of the first radio announcers at WFLN, Philadelphia's all-classical 
music station. Music is still an important part of Dr. Brady's life. He con- 
tinued his education by receiving his J.D. title in law from Temple 
University in 1957. On weekends or during the summer he enjoys travel- 
ing, swimming, or fishing from his boat off the Jersey coast. Dr. Brady's 
dedication to his students will long be remembered. He is an out- 
standing professor, a special person, and deserves much praise, many 
thanks, and the dedication of the 1979 SERPENTINE. 




ADMINISTRATION 

President 
Charles G. Mayo 

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 
DIVISION 

Ms. Rhoda Abramowitz 

Dr. Dennis Bell 

Mr. Emanuel Berger 

Ms. Barbara Black 

Dr. Richard Branton 

Ms. Linda Breunig 

Dr. John Bross 

Dr. Walter Buechele 

Mr. Gerald Cartright 

Dr. Thomas Egan 

Mr. William Guy 

Dr. Jody Harris 

Ms. Elizabeth Hasson 

Ms. Marsha Haug 

Dr. Patricia Johnson 

Mr. William E. Kipp 

Mr. Herbert Lee 

Ms. Mary Ann Morgan 

Dr. Ernest L. Peters 

Ms. Sandra F. Pritchard 

Dr. LeRoy Schuette 

Mr. Godfrey Studenmund 

Ms. Cassia Taraschi 

Ms. Mary Thompson 

Mr. Martin Watkins 

Dr. Lon Weber 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 
DIVISION 

Dr. Judy Baron 

Ms. Bernice Bernatz 

Mr. Walter Blair 

Dr. Kenneth Burda 

Mr. Theodore H. Butcher 

Dr. Conrad E. Chalick 

Mr. Andrew E. Dinniman 

Ms. Elizabeth Giangiulio 

Mr. Ronald M. Jenkins 

Mr. Robert H. Jensen 

Dr. George Kane 

Mr. Robert S. Kurzinsky 

Mr. Thom Lordan 

Dr. Thomas W. Spierling 

Mr. Leslie Stevenson 

Dr. Sherry M. Sukol 

Ms. Rhoda Todd 

Mr. Philip Washington 

Mr. Louis F. Weislogel 

EDUCATIONAL MEDIA 
SERVICES 

Dr. William Houpt 
Ms. Ruth McCoach 
Dr. Richard Straver 



RESEARCH AND RELATED 
SERVICES 

Ms. Pearl Bailes 
Mr. Wesley Fasnacht 
Ms. Shirley Grice 
Dr. Martin J. Higgins 
Mr. Samuel Hoffman 
Ms. Nancy Klein 
Ms. Barbara Leech 
Ms. Mary Ann O'Connell 
Dr. Ernest L. Peters 
Ms. Patricia Roberts 
Mr. Jack Steinberg 
Ms. Valerie Vilbert 

LIBRARY 

Ms. Emma Lee Brown 
Ms. Cecily Carmichael 
Ms. Mary Anne Duffy 
Ms. Josephine Hampson 
Mr. Frank Q. Helms 
Mr. Leonard S. Heverly 
Ms. Alberta M. McAfee 
Ms. Christina W. McCawley 
Ms. Elizabeth W. Mullen 
Ms. Mary E. Nehlig 
Ms. Sarah E. Rivoir 
Mr. Gerald R. Schoelkopf 
Ms. Eleanor B. Sinclair 
Ms. Eugenia R. Truesdell 
Ms. Ruth L Weidner 
Mr. Daniel J. Yeh 

FACULTY 

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND 
LETTERS 

Dr. John P. Field (Acting Dean) 

ART DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Perry Hoserg (Chairperson) 

Mr. John Baker 

Mr. Richard Blake 

Mr. Ronald Defino 

Mr. Jack G. Hawthorne 

Dr. Pamela Hemphill 

Mr. Victor Lasuchin 

Mr. Robert D. McKinney 

Mr. William J. Rarick 

Mr. Thomas G. Reed 

Mr. Gus V. Sermas 

Ms. Bernice M. Shapiro 

Ms. Carolyn Simmendinger 

Ms. Diane Stillman 

Mr. Linwood White 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Dr. David McKenty (Chairperson) 
Dr. William Henry 
(Asst. Chairperson) 



Dr. Dorothy D. Bailey 
Mr. John Bosworth-Fling 
Ms. Valerie E. Boylan 
Dr. Michael W. Brooks 
Dr. Joseph P. Browne 
Ms. Stella P. Bruton 
Mr. Uel Combs 
Dr. Thomas J. Corr 
Dr. Joseph Falgie 
Mr. Frank R. Ford 
Dr. William D. Fordyce 
Dr. William N. Garrett 
Dr. John L. Gaunt 
Dr. Paul D. Green 
Dr. J. Bernard Haviland 
Dr. Wayne Hayward 
Dr. Claude Hunsberger 
Dr. James T. Kelleher 
Dr. John T. Kelly 
Dr. John P. Kent 
Dr. Ammon G. Kershner 
Dr. Dwight L. McCawley 
Dr. Lynette K. McGrath 
Dr. Alice B. Markow 
Mr. Robert J. Miller 
Dr. Kostas Myrsiades 
Dr. Bernard S. Oldsey 
Mr. Willie E. Page 
Mr. Michael A. Peich 
Dr. William G. Prater 
Mr. Robert D. Rimel 
Ms. Elizabeth L. Smith 
Dr. Keith Taylor 
Mr. David G. Thurbon 
Dr. Clarence Trotman 
Dr. John W. Ward 
Dr. Robert Weiss 
Dr. Theodora L. West 
Mr. Jack E. Wise 
Dr. Elsie Ziegler 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Ronald L. Gougher 

(Chairperson) 
Dr. Alfred D. Roberts 

(Asst. Chairperson) 
Mr. Erminio Braidotti 
Mr. Roger J. Brown 
Mr. Ralph A. Eisenstadt 
Mr. Jorge Escorcia 
Dr. Walter Freeman 
Mr. Dusan Gluman 
Mr. Robert Greene 
Dr. Madelyn Gutwirth 
Dr. Constance Garcia-Barrio 
Ms. Alia Kuhlmann 
Ms. Marianne Kulaski 
Ms. Matilda Lipscomb 
Dr. Ronald Lf)mbardi 



Dr. Lucille Maffet 

Ms. Amalia T. Peters 

Mr. Nicholas Racich 

Ms. Mary Ann Reiss 

Mr. Richard A. Schneider 

Dr. Philip Smith 

Ms. Julia Puerta-Reed 

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. George Claghorn (Chairperson) 
Mr. Paul Banyacski 
Dr. Stephen W. Croddy 
J Dr. Walter J. Hippie 
Dr. Thomas W. Piatt 
Dr. Stanley Riukas 
Dr. Paul A. Streveler 
Dr. Frederick R. Struckmeyer 
Mr. Edwin L. Williams 

SPEECH COMMUNICATION 
AND THEATRE 

Dr. William Morehouse (Chairperson) 

Ms. Christine Abbott 

Mr. Jay H. Berkowitz 

Mr. Robert E. Bytnar 

Dr. Diane Casagrande 

Dr. Carolyn M. Del Polito 

Ms. Saundra M. Hall 

Dr. Yoko Hashimoto-Sinclair 

Ms. Carolyn B. Keefe 

Dr. Dennis R. Klinzing 

Dr. Myles Martel 

Dr. Lauren B. Meiswinkel 

Ms. Jane Saddoris 

SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND 
AUDIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Michael Weiss (Chairperson) 

Ms. Leila Alson 

Dr. Lester Aungst 

Mr. John Eberhart 

Ms. Susan Maxwell 

Mr. Frank Peterson 

Dr. Joseph Stigora 

Ms. Elena Stuart 

Mr. Vincent Suppan 



SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

Dr. Carlos Ziegler (Acting Dean) 
Dr. Shirley Walters (Coordinator) 



COUNSELOR EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Edward Smith (Chairperson) 
Mr. Ronald L. Gottshall 
Dr. Saul Greenberg 
Dr. Wallace Kahn 



Mr. William J. Rahn 
Dr. Julian M. Swiren 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. E. Riley Holman (Chairperson) 
Mr. Robert W. Herres 
(Asst. Chairperson) 
Mr. James B. Brice 
Mr. Gerald Cartright 
Ms. Nona E. Chern 
Mr. Scott Dunlap 
Dr. Edward Gibson 
Ms. Charlotte Good 
Mr. John H. Grafton 
Dr. Patricia E. Grasty 
Dr. James Habecker 
Ms. Joan Hasselquist 
Dr. Philip Hoggard 
Dr. John M. Jacecko 
Dr. Charlotte E. King 
Dr. Carrie C. Kulp 
Ms. Dorothy C. Lenk 
Dr. George Maxim 
Ms. Mary Ann Morgan 
Dr. Eva Orlow 
Dr. Erminio J. Peta 
Ms. Ruth B. Petkofsky 
Dr. Carol Ann Radich 
Dr. Cornelia Zimmerman 



INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Joseph M. Spiecker 

(Chairperson) 
Mr. David Redmond 
Mr. Russell E. Reis 
Mr. Jay Steinmetz 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT AND 
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 

Dr. Kegham Mississyan (Chairperson) 
Mr. Richard Gleockler 
(Asst. Chairperson) 
Dr. Walter Buechele 
Dr. Mary E. Cleary 
Dr. Harry H. Deischer 
Mr. Jack P. Edwards 
Dr. Charles Good 
Mr. John Holingjak 
Dr. Yi-Ming Hsu 
Dr. Krishna Kumar 
Mr. William F. Leeds 
Dr. Robert S. Means 
Mr. Reynold Paganelli 
Dr. Jay Silverman 



Dr. George Thomas 
Mr. Thomas Treadwell 
Dr. Shirley Walters 
Dr. Thomas B. Williams 

READING PROGRAM 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Jane Gelfand (Chairperson) 
Dr. Eleanor Christenson 
Dr. Joseph C. Hall 
Dr. Mary A. Keetz 
Dr. Bernice Salup 
Dr. Robert Szabo 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Ms. Deborah NicklesJChairpersonJ 
Ms. Judith Finkel 
Dr. Howard Freeman 
Dr. Harold Rubin 
Dr. Martin Zlotowski 

SCHOOL OF HEALTH, 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
AND RECREATION 

Dr. Ronald Woods (Acting DeanJ 
Dr. Edwin Cottrell (Assoc. Dean) 
Dr. Edward Norris (Assoc. Dean) 

HEALTH EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Walter E. Funk (Chairperson) 

Ms. Betty C. Boyle 

Mr. John L. DeMillion 

Mr. Thomas J. Fisher 

Dr. Phyllis A. Goetz 

Ms. Thelma J. Heller 

Mr. Craig Hofford 

Ms. Virginia Huffman 

Mr. James M. Leap 

Dr. John D. Lemcke 

Dr. Roger MustaHsh 

Dr. Robert P. Nye 

Ms. N. Ruth Reed 

Dr. John R. Steinmetz 

Mr. Earl E. Voss 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Richard B. Yoder (Chairperson) 

Mr. Edward C. Bitner 

Mr. Dale R. Bonsall 

Mr. John A. Bove 

Mr. William Butler 

Ms. Kitty C. Caldwell 

Ms. Robin Cash 

Mr. David S. Charters 

Ms. Barbara J. Coates 



Dr. Norman A. Cochran 

Mr. Milton R. Collier 

Mr. Philip B. Donley 

Mr. John J. Furlovv 

Ms. Louise S. Giunta 

Mr. Joseph J. Godek 

Mr. Henry E. Goodwin 

Ms. Mildred L. Greenwood 

Mr. Francis Hargreave 

Mr. Emlyn Jones 

Dr. Ralph H. Kapilian 

Ms. Barbara L. Karas 

Dr. Monita M. Lank 

Ms. Barbara J. Lappano 

Mr. Joseph C. Lauletta 

Mr. Melvin M. Lorback 

Di. John M. Lowe 

Ms. Susan W. Lubking 

Ms. Katherine A. Margerum 

Ms. Rachel A. Martin 

Dr. Jack A. Owens 

Mr. Charles W. Pagano 

Ms. Susan B. Parkinson 

Ms. Judith Ray 

Mr. Barry C. Remley 

Dr. Neil A. Serpico 

Ms. Lida N. Smith 

Dr. Russell Sturzebecker 

Mr. Bradley E. Taylor 

Ms. Sandra Thielz 

Mr. John N. Trezise 

Mr. Milan Trnka 

Mr. Lloyd C. Wilkinson 

Mr. John M. Wintermute 

Dr. Edwin C. Youmans 

SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

Dr. Charles A. Sprenkle (Dean) 
Dr. Alexander Antonowich 

(Assoc. Dean) 
Dr. Ira C. Singleton (Assoc. Dean) 

HISTORY AND LITERATURE 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Liselotte Schmidt (Chairperson) 

Dr. Constantine Johns 

Dr. Sterling E. Murray 

Dr. Frederick C. Pflieger 

Dr. Mary Vinquist 

Dr. James R. Wells 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Edward Barrow (Chairperson) 
Ms. Sylvia Ahramjain 
Mr. Richard A. Boerlin 
Mr. Tyrone Breuninger 



Dr. Irving Cohen 

Mr. Joseph Goebel 

Mr. Terry E. Guidetti 

Mr. Arthur Hegvik 

Mr. Eugene Klein 

Dr. Kenneth L. Laudermilch 

Mr. Harrison C. Roper 

Mr. H. Lee Southall 

Ms. Emily T. Swartley 

KEYBOARD MUSIC 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Richard Veleta (Chairperson) 

Mr. Robert M. Bedford 

Ms. Helen Hales 

Mr. Robert C. Lucas 

Ms. Donna P. McHugh 

Mr. Praxiteles Pandel 

Dr. Robert E. Pennington 

Ms. Lionel Party 

Ms. Patricia Lee 

Ms. Shirley Pethes 

Dr. Robert D. Schick 

Mr. Jacques C. Voois 

Mr. Benjamin Whitten 

MUSIC EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Margaretta Carey (Chairperson) 

Ms. Carol A. Belmain 

Mr. John C. Collins 

Dr. Richard C. Merrell 

Ms. Sara M. Northeimer 

Dr. C. Wayne Stringer 

THEORY AND COMPOSITION 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. James Wright (Chairperson) 
Mr. Donald E. Dillard 
Mr. Charles D. Gangemi 
Dr. M. Teresine Haban 
Dr. Shirley T. Munger 
Dr. Larry A. Nelson 
Mr. James D. Sullivan 
Dr. Harry Wilkinson 

VOCAL-CHORAL MUSIC 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Roy Sweet (Chairperson) 
Ms. Lois W. Alt 
Ms. Stella F. Conaway 
Dr. Larry Dorminy 
Ms. Mary Lou Frenz 
Mr. Raymond H. Friday 
Mr. Emil M. Markow 
Ms. Jane E. Sheppard 
Ms. Joy Vandever 



Mr. G. Alan Wagner 
Ms. Lois M. Williams 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCES 
AND MATHEMATICS 

Dr. Russell Rickert (Dean) 

BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Robert Bernhardt (Chairperson) 
Ms. Margaret Y. Martinez 

(Asst. Chairperson) 
Dr. Relis B. Brown 
Mr. William G. Brown 
Dr. Carmela N. Cinquina 
Ms. Margaret G. Cullen 
Dr. Thomas DeMott 
Dr. John E. Dorchester 
Dr. Marianne Eleuterio 
Mr. Harry Jones 
Dr. William R. Overlease 
Dr. Ronald F. Romig 
Dr. Jack Waber 
Ms. Susan W. Webster 
Dr. Richard Woodruff 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Robert Foery (Chairperson) 

Dr. Edward A'Zary 

Dr. Justo B. Bravo 

Dr. Marc Durand 

Dr. Helen R. Eichelberger 

Dr. Andrew Goudy 

Dr. Virgil E. Magnuson 

Dr. John Mangravite 

Dr. Robert W. Medeiros 

Dr. Francis J. Reynolds 

Dr. Samuel Rotenberg 

Dr. Philip B. Rudnick 

Dr. William Torop 

Ms. Ardis M. Williams 

Dr. Philip Witonsky 

EARTH SCIENCES 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Louis Casiato (Chairperson) 

Dr. Seymour E. Greenberg 

Mr. Robert Hannum 

Mr. Hubert E. Harber 

Dr. Allen Johnson 

Dr. George Reed 

Dr. Paul Widick 

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Francis E. Milliman (Chairperson) 
Mr. Thomas J. Ahlborn 
Dr. James D. Fabrey 



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Dr. Albert E. Filano 
Dr. Frank Grosshans 
Mr. William Hodgson 
Dr. John J. Kerrigan 
Dr. Sebastian S. Koh 
Dr. James E. L'Heureux 
Dr. Eli M. Mandelbaum 
Dr. Michael Montemuro 
Dr. Ron L. Morgan 
Mr. Joseph C. Moser 
Mr. William Seybold 
Ms. Ruth M. Stanley 
Mr. Ralph C. Verno 
Dr. John W. Weaver 
Mr. Mark F. Weiner 
Dr. Paul Wolfson 

NURSING DEPARTMENT 

Ms. Malinda Murray (Chairperson) 

Ms. Kathleen Delvin 

Ms. Cora Ellet 

Ms. Robin Garrett 

Ms. Shirley Harrison 

Ms. Mary Kline 

Ms. Joy Lawrence 

Ms. Carol Matz 

Dr. Doris Schoel 

Ms. Susan Slaninka 

Ms. Anne Sell 

Ms. Anna Swope 

Ms. Carolyn Woodward 

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Harold L. Skelton (Chairperson) 
Mr. Robert W. Hawkes 
Mr. Brent Kaplan 
Dr. Frank A. Smith 
Dr. Stanley Yarosewick 

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL AND 
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE 

Dr. James S. Milne (Acting Dean) 

ANTHROPOLOGY, 
SOCIOLOGY, AND 
SOCIAL WELFARE 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Martin Murphy (Chairperson) 

Dr. Thomas P. Bamat 

Ms. Charlotte E. Bartlett 

Dr. Marshall Becker 

Mr. Jon Cowen 

Ms. Cheryl Hodgins 

Dr. Patrick Luck 

Ms. Mary McCullough 

Mr. Robert F. McCutcheon 

Dr. John A. Main 



Dr. Glenn W. Samuelson 
Dr. Dimitri L Monos 
Ms. Sonia Wingate 
Dr. Bonita Witthoft 
Dr. Margaret Yeakel 

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Eugene C. Hassler (Chairperson) 
Dr. Philip M. DeMoss 
(Asst. Chairperson) 
Dr. Angelos C. Ballas 
Dr. Hung M. Chu 
Mr. Thomas D. Craven 
Mr. Joseph P. Fuhr 
Mr. Clyde J. Galbraith 
Dr. Andrew W. Green 
Dr. Ali Naggar 
Dr. Tahany Naggar 
Mr. Nicholas Ritsonis 
Dr. Eugene Schooler 
Mr. Carl Smith 
Dr. Patrick Sylvester 
Dr. Joseph Thorson 
Ms. Katherine Whitman 



CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Janet Seidel (Chairperson) 

Mr. William B. Anderson 

Mr. Bruce K. Doman 

Dr. Thomas J. Francella 

Mr. Richard Grabill 

Dr. John J. Humanick 

Mr. Thomas F. Lewis 

Dr. Harold W. Metz 

Mr. William R. Muir 

Mr. Thomas A. Pitt 

Mr. Dennis Regan 

Mr. John A. Reilly 

Mr. David W. Rhodes 

Mr. Raymond L. Walters 

GEOGRAPHY AND PLANNING 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Charles W. Grassel (Chairperson) 

Mr. Floyd Bielski 

Dr. George Langdon 

Mr. Ronald B. Morrow 

Mr. William Rampon 

Dr. Arlene Rengert 

Dr. John Tachovsky 

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 
DEPARTMENT 

Mr. David S. Eldredge (Chairperson) 



Dr. Thomas J. Brady 
Mr. William F. Burns 
Mr. A. Wayne Burton 
Mr. Lawrence V. lacono 
Dr. Robert Marbach 
Dr. Bhim Sandu 
Dr. John C. Shea 

HISTORY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Robert Carlson (Chairperson) 
Mr. Harry Schalck 

(Asst. Chairperson ) 
Dr. Howard J. Burgwyn 
Dr. Florence Joseph Crowley 
Mr. Raymond Doyle 
Dr. Claude R. Foster 
Dr. Frank Fox 
Dr. Clifford Harding 
Dr. Thomas Heston 
Dr. William B. Peters 
Dr. Donn C. Riley 
Dr. Anne D. Sessa 
Mr. Harold Shaffer 
Ms. Irene Shur 
Dr. Norbert Soldon 
Dr. Charles Stuart 
Dr. Jane Swan 
Dr. John Turner 
Mr. Richard Webster 
Dr. Robert Young 

PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Jay Clark (Chairperson) 

Dr. Elise Bartholomew 

Dr. Bernard Cohen 

Dr. Mary E. Crawford 

Dr. Kenneth Jackman 

Dr. Walena Morse 

Dr. Edward Pollak 

Dr. Jack Porter 

Dr. Louis Porter 

Ms. Elizabeth Pottieger 

Dr. Frances Rothman 

Dr. Harold Sands 

Mr. Robert Shinehouse 




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MALIVA K. ABELE 
B.S. Accounting 



BARBARA L.ADAMS 
B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 



BENITAJ.ADAMS 
B.S. English 



MARYB.AICHELE 
I.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




MARIANNE L.ALKER DOUGLAS U. ALLENDER GARY S. ALLISON CLARENCE B. ALSTON 

B.S. Elementan, Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B. A. Psychology B.S. Chemistry/Biology 




JANE L. ALTHOUSE DENISE M. ALTOMARl 

B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.A. Psychology 



RUSSELL J. AMEN CALVIN L. ANDERSON 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




GAIL D.ANDERSON 
B.A. Social Work 



JOE. ANDERSON ELIZABETH A. ANNAN DOUGLAS C. ANTES 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 




ABELE, MALIYA K. 906 Tyson Dr. 
West Chester. Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4: 
Geography and Outing Cluh 1: Ski 
Club 2: Track Club 2; Newman 1. 2, 3, 
4: National Student Exchange 3. 
ADAMS, BARBARA L. 308 Glendale 
St.. Carlisle. Basketball 1; Hockey 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4: Tennis 1, 2. 3. 4. 
ADAMS, BENITA J. 1653 Cedarville 
Rd., Potlslovvn. IGA 4; Intramurals 1, 
2; Serpentine 3 — Asst. Editor. 4 — 
Editor; Student Employment 1, 2. 3, 4. 
AICHELE, MARY B. 1705 Valley 
Forge Rd.. Lancaster. Golf 1, 2, 3; 
SuJimming and Diving 1: Student Em- 
ployment 1, 2, 3; Arts and Crafts Coor- 
dinator 3. 

ALKER, MARYANNE L. 541 Wayne 
Ave.. Springfield, ACE 4; P.S.E.A. 4. 
ALLENDER, DOUGLAS W. 5 Runyon 
Rd.. Hummelstown. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4. 
ALLISON, GARY S. 30 Birch Rd., 
Malvern. Psychology Club 1, 2. 3 — 
Pres., 4. 

ALSTON, CLARENCE B. 3446 Old 
York Rd.. Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3, 4; IGA 1, 2, 
3, 4: Baseball 1. 2; Alchemists Club 1, 

2, 3, 4; Treas — 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Darlington Biological Society 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Parmedical Association 1, 2. 3. 4: Psy- 
chology Club 1, 2; Who's Who 1, 2. 3, 4. 
ALTHOUSE, JANE L. R.D. 2, Box 766 
Mohnton. Abbe Society 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Phi 1, 2, 3, 4: ACE 
1, 2, 3. 4; P.S.E.A. 3, 4; Marching Band 
1; Intramurals 3. 

ALTOMARl, DENISE M. 2755 Max- 
well St., Phila. BSU 3: Alpha Lambda 
Delta 2, 3. 4; Psychology Club 3; Inter- 
national Students Association 2. 3. 
AMEN, RUSSELL J. 308 Rockland 
Ave., West Chester. Intramurals 3, 4. 
ANDERSON, CALVIN L. 5232 Delan- 
cey St.. Phila. Football 1. 2; Indoor 
Track 4: Lacrosse 2, 3. 4; Track and 
Field 4; Campus Crusade for Christ 2, 

3. 4. 

ANDERSON, GAIL D. R.D. 1, East 
Berlin. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4: President 4; 
Social Welfare Club 3, 4; Intramurals 
1. 2, 3, 4. 

ANDERSEN, JO E. 44 Bittersweet Dr.. 
Glen Mills. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. 
ANNA, ELIZABETH A. 720 Ross Dr., 
Langhorne. RHA 1, 2: ACE 3, 4; 
P.S.E.A. 4; Intramurals 2. 3. 
ANTES, DOUGLAS C. 529 Second St., 
Lvkens. Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary 3. 4; College Choir 3; Con- 
cert Choir 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Choir 1, 2. 




'vNTONIEWICZ, JOANN 808 Naylors 
(un Rd., Havertown. Ice Hockey 1; 
.acrosse 1, 2; Resident Assistant 4; 
GA Hall Representative 3. 
VPPEL, TERESA A. 2117 Colony Rd., 
amison. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Psi Chi 1, 

3, 4; Parliamentarian 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 

2, 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4: 
:;oncert Band 1,2,3. 4; Marching Band 

2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1; Women's 
chorus 1. 

VPPLEBAUM, STEVEN L. 1240 Dun- 
dee Dr.. Dresher. PiKappa Delta 3. 4; 
Competitive Speech Team 4; Debate 
:iub 3, 4; Psychology Club 2. 3. 4; 
'resident 3; Hillel 3. 4: Student Em- 
ployment 4; Who's Who 4; Victim and 
A/itness Assistance/ Rape Crisis 
Council of Chester County 1, 2, 3, 4; 
3oard Member 3, 4. 
\RCANA, JOHN M. 816 Shadeland 
^ve., Drexel Hill. 

\RCARI, JANE ELLEN M. 2012 
Carolton Way. Flourtown. Daedelus 3, 
i. 

ARESCO, JOHN S. 14 Rosedale Ave., 
West Chester. Ice Hockey 2; In- 
;ramurals 2. 3, 4. 

ARMSTRONG, SUSAN E. 514 
Marshall St., West Chester. Quad 
Angles 2; Serpentine 3; Who's Who 4: 
Curriculum and Academic Policies 
lommittee 3, 4. 

ASHBY, DOUGLAS H. 16 Bayberry 
La., Smithtown, N]. 
ASHWORTH, RITA M. 728 Collen- 
brook Ave., Drexel Hill. 
AUGUSTINE, CONSTANCE 3222 
South Third St.. Whitehall. BSU 3, 4; 
Treas. 4; ACE 

AULETTO, KRISTINE A. 2909 Con- 
stitution Rd., Camden. NJ. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; ACE 3, 
4, Vice Pres. 4; P.S.E.A. 4. 
AULT, JOAN E. 70 Nearwood Lane. 
Levittown. RHA 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 3; 
Elementary Math Majors 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Glee Club 2. 
AXSOM, KEITH D. 521 Kings Rd., Yar- 
dley. Boxing 3. 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 
BABA, SHARON M. 399 Green Ridge 
Rd., Langhorne. Ace Club 4. 
BAGGALEY, BRADFORD R. 14738 
Riverforest Dr., Houston, TX. 
BAILEY, BRENT E. 410 Harper Ave., 
Morrisville. Brass Ensemble 2, 3; 
Criterions 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4: Men's Chorus 1, 2; Symphony 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 




JOANN ANTONIEWICZ 
B.S. Public Health 



TERES.A A. APFEL STEVEN L. APPLEBAUM JOHN M. ARCANA 

B.S. Music Ed. B.A. Psychology B.S. Bus./ManagemenI 




JANE ELLEN M.ARCARI JOHN S. ARESCO 

B.A. Speech Communication B.S. Marketing 



SUSAN E.ARMSTRONG DOUGLAS H. ASHBY 

B.A. Literature B.S. Economics 




RITA M. ASHWORTH CONSTANCE AUGUSTINE KRISTINE A. AULETTO 
B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JOAN E. AULT 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




KEITH D. AXSOM 
B.S. Accounting 



SHARON M. BABA R. BRADFORD BAGGALEY BRENT E. BAILEY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Accounting B.S. Music 



BALL, SUSAN D. 110 Columbia Ave.. 
N'ewlown Square, junior Year Abroad 
4. 

BALLARD, SANDRA E. 575 Interstate 
Pkwy.. Bradford. Inlramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Swimming & Diving 1, 2; Syn- 
chronized Swimming 1. 3; Karate 2; 
Student Employment 3. 
BAMBERGER, MARK H. R.D. 1. Box 
317. Birdsboro. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4. 
V.P.: Soccer 1. 2. 3: Swimming & Div- 
ing 2: Track & Field 1. 2; Semper Fi 
Club 3. Pres.. 4. Pres. 
BANKS, JANICE M. 321 Holland St.. 
Crum Lynne. CUAB 1: Accounting 
Club 3. 4; Soc. Adv. Management 2, 3; 
Intramurais 4. 

BARBER, GREGORY H. 327 Lynn 
Road. Springfield. Friars 3. 4: Tau 
Kappa Epsilon 1. 2. 3. His. 4. Pres.. Ice 
Hockey 1: Dorm Council Rep. 1: Inter- 
Greek Council 3. 4: Interfraternity 
Council. 4: Inlramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
BARCLAY. ALLISON B. 201 Howard 
St., Riverton. \'.]. Intramurais 3: ACE 
4: Ski Club 4. 

BARIMANI, ADEL Rosedale Ave.. 
West Chester. Tennis; Art 
Association. 

BEACHEL, DEBRA L. 1819 Hidden 
La.. Lancaster. Swimming & Diving 1. 
2, 4. 

BECHIEL, PATRICIA A. 23 Crabtree 
Drive. Levittown. Dorm Council 3. 4; 
Zeta Tau Alpha 3. 4: Intramurais 3; 
ACE 3. 4; P.S.E.A. 4: Ski Club 4. 
BEDESEM, DANIEL F. 9 Chapel Dr.. 
Churchville. Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Wrestl- 
ing 2. 3. 4: Intramurais 1. 2. 3. 4. 
BFEBY, LORRAINE S. 249 Warrior 
Rd.. Jrexel Hill. ACE 4: Intramurais 2, 
3; P.S.E.A. 4; Student Employment 1, 

2. 3. 4. 

BEGLIN, ELIZABETH A. 7 Sparrow- 
bush Rd.. Upper Saddle River. NJ. 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2; 
Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4: Intramurais 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4: Majors Club 4; 
P.S.E.A. 3. 4. 

BEHENNA, GARY W. 13 Colleee Ave.. 
West Chester. Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2. 

3, 4: Archery 2; VolleyOall 1, 2. 
BEHLAU. DORIS M. 314 Durfur St.. 
Phila. 

BEHRLE, CAROL A. 145 Old State 
Rd., Springfield. Alpha Sigma Tau 2, 
3. 4. 

BELL, OLIVER T., JR. 500 W. Gay St., 
West Chester. Basketball 3. 4. 




SUSAN D. BALL 
B.A. Spanish 



SANDRA E.BALLARD .NLARK H. BAMBERGER JANICE M. BANKS 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Accounting 






GREGORY H.BARBER ALLISON B. BARCLAY ADEL BARIMANI DEBRA L. BEACHEL 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.A. Art B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




PATRICIA A. BECHTEL DANIEL F. BEDESEM LORRAINE S. BEEBY ELIZABETH A. BEGLIN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




GARY VV. BEHENNA 
B.S. Marketing 



DORIS M. BEHLAU 
I.S. Bus. Administration 



CAROL A. BEHRLE OLIVER T. BELL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice 



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SANDRA). BENDER NANCY M. BENNETT JEANNE M. BENTZEL DONALD E. BERGER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Chemislry/Biology B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. B.S. Public Health 




BENDER, SANDRA J. 418 Appletree 
Rd., CampHill.ZetaTau Alphal,2, 3, 
4; ACE 4; Special Ed. 4. 
BENNETT, NANCY M. 209 Grist Mill 
Rd., Glen Mills. Equestrian Club 2, 3, 
4. 

BENTZEL, JEANNE M. 46 Oak Ave., 
Camp Hill. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Co- 
Gap.; Intramurals 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Children 3, V.P., 4, 
V.P. 

BERGER, DONALD E., JR. 1640 
Walnut Ave., Oreland. Friars 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight lifting 1, 2, 
3. 

BERGNER, SANDRA J. 1641 Kenmare 
Dr., Dresher. Intramurals 3; Marching 
Band 3; Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 
4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1. 
BETLER, VICTORIA A. 196 Cayuse 
Trail, Medfordlks, N]. Theta Chi 2. 3, 
4; Swimmings Diving 1,2; D.P.W. 3,4. 

BETTINGER, JEFFREY S. 2253 Stahl 
Rd., Huntingdon Vly. RHA 4; Friars 4; 
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Law Club 3; SAM 3, 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Employment 4. 

BEVERLY, MICHELLE A. 2835 W. Ox- 
ford St., Phila. ACEl; Student Council 
for Exceptional Children 3, 4; P.S.R.A. 



SANDRA j. BERGNER VICTORIA A. BETLER JEFFREY BETTINGER MICHELLE BEVERLY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. 




BEYER, JAMES S. 121 Lebanon St.. 
Turnersville. NJ. Alpha Lambda Delta 
1, 2, 3. 4; Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4 Pres.; Phi 
Mu Alpha 1. 2, 3. Warden, 4; M.E.N.C. 
1. 2, 3, 4; Brass Choir 2, 4; Concert 
Band 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Drum 
Major 4 Student Director; Men's 
Chorus 1, 2; Symphonic Band 2: Wind 
Ensemble 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 
BEYER, NANCY I. 6 Windsor Terrace, 
Neptune City, N|. Alpha Phi 1. 2, 
Pledge Trainer 3, 4, Pres.; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3. 4; Dorm Council 1, 2; Nursing 
Council 3 officer. 

BILLY, JOSEPH G. R.D. 3 Stonesthrow 
Rd., Bethlehem. Concert Band 1. 2. 3, 
4; Criterions 1. 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 
1, 2. 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's 
Chorus 1, 2; Woodwind Ensemble 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

BINDER, JOYCE E. 105 W. Wayne 
Ave.. Aldan. Lambda Alpha Epsilon 3, 
4; Student Employment 1, 2. 3, 4. 
BLOOD, DEBORAH L, 217 Benson PI., 
Westfield, .\|. Psychology Club 2, 3, 4. 
BOAS, DAVID R. 3559 W. Newport 
Rd.. Ronks. 

BOESHORE, CHRISTINE M. 1509 Jay 
St., Lebanon. Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Employment 3, 4; Outing 
Club 2, 3, 4; ATK 3, 4. 

BOGAN, VASHTI N. 2728 Tree 
Terrace, Phila. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 3, 4. 




JAIVIES S. BEYER 
B.S. Music Ed. 



NANCY I. BEYER 
B.S. Nursing 



JOSEPH G.BILLY 
B.S. Music Ed. 



JOYCE E. BINDER 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




DEBORAH L. BLOOD DAVID R. BOAS CHRISTINE M. BOESHORE VASHTI N. BOGAN 

B.A. Psychology B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Health Ed. B.S. Social Welfare 




DENISE M. BOLICH WILLIAM S. BOLLENBACH KATHLEEN S. BONDARCHUK MICHAEL F BONNER 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B S Hislor\ 




CATHY J. BOOTH STEPHEN BORTSALAS RODNEY W. BOYER KEVIN J. BOYLE 

B.S. Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Bus. Administration 





SCOTT K.BRADBURD DONALD J. BRADLEY CHERYL E. BRECHBILL CAROLE J. BRENNAN 

B.S. Secondary Ed. B.S. Accounting B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Early Childhood Ed. 





BOLICH, DENISE M. 451 lefferson 
Ave.. Hatboro. Hockey 1 ; Swimming & 
Diving 1, 2, 3, 4; Majors Club 2; In- 
tramuals 1. 2, 3. 4. 

BOLLENBACH, WILLIAM S. Box 48. 
Kemblesville. RHA 2, Sanderson 
Pres., 3, Program Coor. 
BONDARCHUK, KATHLEEN S. 741 
)ansen Ave.. Essington. 
BONNER, MICHAEL F. 231 Lexington 
Ave., E. Lans. Indoor Track 1. 
BOOTH, CATHY J. 844 Quince Lane, 
Secane. Abbe Society 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4: Serpentine 2; Student 
Council for Exceptional Children 3, 4. 
BORTSALAS, STEPHEN. 101 Price 
St., West Chester. Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
BOYER, RODNEY W. 429 W. Union 
St., West Chester. Lambda Chi Alpha 

2. 3. 

BOYLE, KEVIN J. 132 South 15th St., 
Easton. RHA 2, 3, Exec. Tres.; Friars 2, 

3. Pres. 4, Pres.; Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
BRADBURD, SCOTT K. 1 Surrey Dr., 
Newtown Square. Rugby 1. 2, 3 IGA 
Rep. 4 Selector: Intramurals 1, 4. 
BRADLEY, DONALD J. 99 E. 
Glenolden Ave., Glenolden. Ac- 
counting Society 3, 4. 
BRECHBILL, CHERYL E. 223 Heritage 
Rd.. Chambersburg. College Choir 3, 
4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 
1, 2, 3; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Wood- 
wind Ensemble 4. 

BRENNAN, CAROLE J. 158 lanyard 
Rd., Richboro. RHA 1, 2 Floor Rep.: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE 3, 4 Sec: In- 
tramurals 1. 

BRENNAN, WILLIAM J. 836 Chestnut 
St., CoUingdale. Historical Society 3, 
4: Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4. 
BREWER, KATHLEEN. Kimberton 
Road, RD #2 Phoenixville. Theta Chi 
Daughters 2, 3, 4; Dance Production 
Workshop 3: Intramurals 2, 3. 
BRIA, MICHAEL E. 19 Evergreen La., 
Levittown. Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4: Ice 
Hockey 2; Ski Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

BRICK, PATRICIA C. 3242 Lenape Dr., 
Dresher. Social Welfare Club 3, 4. 



JfmrrrTnTTT 



WILLIAM I. BRENNAN KATHLEEN BREWER MICHAEL E. BRL\ 

B.S. History B.S. Nursing B.S. Secondary Ed. 



PATRICIA C. BRICK 

B.A. Social Welfare 



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BRICKER, JAMES H. R.D.. New 

Tripoli. Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Lacrosse 

3, 4: Volleyball 2. 

BRISGONE, PAULA M. 1402 Cooper 

Circle, West Chester. Law Club 3, 4; 

Intramurals 3. 4; Student Employment 

4. 

BROCKLEBANK, CLARENCE D. 40 

Sagamore Ave.. Oceanport. NJ. Soccer 
4: Track & Field 1. 2. 3. 

BRODEUR, LINDA G. 661 Feme 
Blvd.. Drexel Hill. RHA Dorm Council 
1. 2: Communitv Service 2: Theta Chi 
3. 4: Karate Club 1. 2; Ski Club 1. 2; 
Social Welfare Club 2. 3. 4; Young 
Democrats 1. 2; Spanish Student Un- 
ion 1. 2. 3: Intramurals 2. 

BROOK, CINDY A. 118 Wilton Woods 
La.. Media. Swimming & Diving 3; Ski 
Club 3; Intramurals 4. 

BROTZMAN, DIANE L. 828 

Philadelphia Road. Easton. Concert 
Band 1. 2. 3: Marching Band 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Mixed Choir 1. 2; Women's Chorus 1, 
2: Woodwind Ensemble 4. 

BROWN, CLAIRE M. 708 Fairview 
Ave.. Feaslerville. 

BROWN, DAVID J. 48 Central Ave.. 
Audubon. NJ. Rugby 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 
3: International House 1. 2. 3. 4. 
BROVX^N, GWEN L. 926 Willcliff Dr., 
Mech. ACE 1, 2: P.S.E.A. 3, 4 Pres. 
BROWN, JAMES P. 6128 Nassau Road, 
Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4: Varsity Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 
BROWN, LINDA A. 600 Pennsylvania 
Ave., Cherry Hill. NJ. Valkyrie 2, 3. 4, 
Social Chair & Recording Sec; In- 
tramurals 2, 4: Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Rugbv 1. 2. 3. 4; Kavak & Canoe Club 4; 
Majors Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Track Club 1, 2. 
BROWN, LINDA S. 11 Myrtle Ave.. 
Suffern. XY. Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
BROWN, LORI A. 3032 Belmont Ave.. 
West Lawn. Theta Chi 2. 3. 4; Dance 
Production 2. 3. 4: Marching Band 3, 4. 
BRUNNER, CYNTHIA R. 1526 Gregg 
Ave.. Reading. Social Welfare Club 3, 
4. 

BRUNO, JUDITH D. 1410 Cardinal 
Dr., Coatesville. Chamber Choir 2: 
College Choir 4: Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Mixed Choir 1: Musical Antigua 4. 
BRYAN, KATHLEEN S. 14000 Castle 
Blvd.. Silver Spring. MD. Basketball 3; 
Intramurals 2. 3; Outing Club 3. 4. V.P. 





JAMES H. BRICKER PAULA M. BRISGONE CLARENCE BROCKLEBANK LINDA G. BRODEUR 

I.S. HeallhandPhys. Ed. B.S. Public Healtli B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Social Welfare 





CINDY A. BROOK 

B.S. Marketing 



DIANE L. BROTZMAN 
B.S. Music Ed. 



CLAIRE M.BROWN 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



DAVID J. BROWN 
B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 





GWEN L. BROWN JAMES P. BROWN LINDA A. BROWN LINDA S. BROWN 

IS. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 





LORI A. BROWN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CYNTHIA R. BRUNNER JUDITH D. BRUNO KATHLEEN S. BRYAN 

B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 




inHN BUCHANAN UHN L. BUUivrtLtvv vjn'. in.^-jw ">jvj.»»,^.. . , „, — ^, 

BTMafh/Accoun.ing B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Health and Phys, Ed, 




JANE M.BURKE 
I.S.Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. 



DAVID D.BURNS 
B.S. Accounting 



THOMAS A. BURNS CYNTHIA L. BURRIS 

B.S. Marketing B.S. Special Ed. 




SUSAN A. BUSBY 
B. A. Sociology 



LORIK.BUSS 
B.S. Music Ed. 



VICKIE L.BUTLER 
B.S. Special Ed. 



MARYA. BYRNi;S 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




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KATHLEEN CALLAGHAN MICHAEL J. CALLANAN PATRICK J. CAMERON 
B.S. Accounting B.A. Political Science B.A.Art 




BUCHANAN, JOHN W. Rose Hill 
Apts. A-2, West Chester. RHA 1. 2, 3; 
Friars 2. 3; Pi Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 
4— Pres.; Geography and Outing Club 
1; Intramurals 2; Accounting Society 3, 
4; Anderson Math Club 3, 4; WCUR 1, 
2, 3; Student Employment 2, 3; Who's 
Who 4. 

BUCKALEW, JOHN L. HI 1355 
Pottstown Pike A-2, West Chester. 
BUCKNER, CYNTHIA JO 3 Spruce 
St., Doylestown, 

BULL, KAREN E. 232 Sandra Rd., 
Wilmington, DE. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; 
Basketball 1; Volleyball 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; 
Power Volleyball 3. 
BURKE, JANE M. 3024 Avon Rd.. 
Bethlehem, Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Synchronized Swimming 1; Student 
Council for Exceptional Children 3, 4 
Pres. 

BURNS, DAVID D. 369 Maiden Lane, 
King of Prussia. Football 1, 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, 
BURNS, THOMAS A. 12516 Fedar 
Place, Phila, Intramurals 3, 4; SAM 4; 
Student Employment 3, 4. 
BURRIS, CYNTHIA L. RD #2, Box 98, 
Townsend, DE. Student Council for 
Exceptional Children 4. 
BUSHY, SUSAN A. 1019 Carolyn Dr., 
West Chester. Sociology Club 3, 4. 
BUSS, LORI K. 435 S. Walnut St., West 
Chester. College Choir 3, 4; Mixed 
Choir 1, 2, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 4, 
BUTLER, VICKIE L. 1533 Lincoln 
Ave., Sharon Hill. 

BYRNES, MARY A. 329 Oak Ave., 
Clifton Heights, 

CALLAGHAN, KATHLEEN M. 1321 
Mark Dr,, Lansdale. Accounting 
Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Geography & Outing 
Club 3. 

CALLANAN, MICHAEL I. 184 
Howard St., Westwood, NJ, Boxing 1, 
2, 4; Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; 
Rugby 4; Law Club 4; National Stu- 
dent Exchange 3, 

CAMERON, PATRICK J. 36 W, 
Berkley Ave,, Clifton Heights. 




CAMPBELL, EILEEN M. 1516 
Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown. Speech 
Path ft Audiology Club 3; Women's 
Glee Club 3. 

CAMPBELL, NANCY B. R.D. 3 Box 
222, Milton. Cheerleader 2, 3; Fencing 
4: P.S.E.A. 4; Serpentine 4: Student 
Employment 4 — Rec. Services; 
Dance Prod. Workshop 4: Outward 
Boudn 3. 

CANEPA, KIMBERLY M. 109 Birch 
Dr., Shrewsburv, N'J. Intramurals 1, 2, 
3. 4. 

CANGl. MICHAEL P. 137 N. Cedar 
La.. Upper Darby. Football 2, 3, 4. 
CAPONE, ELIZABETH D. 429 
Midland Ave., Wayne. 
CAPUTO, CONSTANCE A. R.D. 1 Box 
46, Avondale. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. 
CARACINO, MICHAEL J. 417 Por- 
tland Dr., Broomall. SAM 4. 
CARDWELL, LINDA D. 203 Sunnyside 
Ave.. Chester. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 
CARLTON, BECKY M. 1601 N. 72nd 
St., Phila. Commuter Government 1, 2, 
3. 4; IGA 1. 2, 3, 4; Anthropology Club 
3. 

CARROLL, JAMES P. 729 Oakwood 
Dr., Glenolden. Boxing 3; Intramurals 

1. 2. 3. 4; Rugby 1, 2, 3, 4. 
CASCIANO, LINDA M. 429 W, Union 
St., West Chester. Anderson Math 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 

CASEY, JOYCE A. 6105 Hollinshed 
Ave., Pennsauken, NJ. Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

CASEY, TARA A. 12 Garson Rd., 
Carle Place, NY. Hockey 1, 2: In- 
tramurals 1. 2, 3. 4; Lacrosse 1, 2; 
Modern Dance 2, 3, 4; P.S.E.A. 4. 

CASSEL, JOSEPH D. 139 College Ave,. 
Collegeville. Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3. 4; 
Competitive Speech Team 2, 3, 4; 
Debate Club 2, 3. 4. 
CASSON, MIA D. 144 Balignac Ave., 
Woodlyn. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4: RHA 3, 4: IGA 
3; Board of Governors 4; Lambda 
Alpha Epsilon 3. 4: Kappa Omicron 
Tau 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Karate Club 
4; Law Club 2, 4; Gospel Choir 1. 2, 3, 
4: Newton 1, 2, 3, 4; WCUR 4; Program 
Board 3; Student Employment 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

CASTAGNA, CARMELA M, 840 Rit- 
ner St., Phila. 




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EILEEN M. CAMPBELL NANCY B. CAMPBELL KIMBERLY M. CANEPA MICHAEL P. CANGI 

B.S. Speech Correction B.S. Healtliand Ptiys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





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ELIZABETH D. CAPONE CONSTANCE A. CAPUTO MICHAEL J. CARACINO LINDA D. CARDWELL 

B.S. Nursing B. A. Psychology B.S. Accounting B.S, Elementary Ed. 




BECKY M.CARLTON JAMES P. CARROLL 

B.A. Social Anthropology B.S. Criminal Justice 



LINDA M. CASCIANO JOYCE A. CASEY 

B.S. Mathematics B.S. Speech Pathology 




TARA A. CASEY JOSEPH D. CASSEL MIA D. CASSON CARMELA M. CASTAGNA 

B.S, Health and Phys. Ed, B,A, Speech Communications B,S, Criminal Justice B.S. Chemistry/Biology 






LYNN A. CATANESE 
B.A. History 



BRIAN JCATTIE 

B.S. Health and 

Phys. Ed. /Recreation 



SANDRA H.CATRICKS 



MICHAEL J. CAVANAGH 
B.A. Psychology 




CATANESE, LYNN A. 248 Penn Ave., 
Oxford. Pi Gamma Mu 4; Historical 
Society 4. 

CATTIE, BRIAN J. 430 Easfon Rd., 
Glenside. Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 

2. 3, 4. 

CATRICKS, SANDRAH 
CAVANAGH, MICHAEL J. 35 Green 
Hill. Media. SAM 4. 
CAVE, WILLIAM S. 226G N. Everhart 
Ave.. West Chester. 
CELLINI, LOUIS P. 2604 S. 65th St. 
Phila. Boxing 2: Ice Hockey 1, 2 
Lacrosse 1. 2: Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4 
RHA 1. 2; Athletic Training 1, 2. 3, 4. 
CESARZ, TERESA A. 1915 Fairview 
St., Reading. RHA 2; Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE 2. 

3. 4; Competitive Speech Team 1; 
PSEA 3. 4: Serpentine 2; WGSC Foun- 
dations Speech Contest 1. 
CHERMOL, KAREN I. 15 Forestview 
Rd., Wallingford. Cheerleader 1: 
Track & Field 2; Volleyball 3; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM S. CAVE 
B.S. Nursing 



LOUIS P. CELLINI 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



TERESA A. CESARZ 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



KAREN I. CHERMOL 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 








CHOATE, JAMES M. 1040 Villanova | 
Ave.. Swarthmore. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2. 3. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Ac- 
counting Society 3. 4. 
CHREST, KATHLEEN A. 4027 Taylor 
Ave., Drexel Hill. 

CHRISTOPHER, FRANKLIN S. 447 
Oak La., Wayne. Friars 3, 4; Tau I 
Kappa Epsilon 1. 2. 3, 4; Cross Country 
1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
CIANCIULLI, WENDY M. 530 Haws 
Ave.. N'orristown. Delta Zeta 
1 — Parliamentarian, 2 — Tres., 3, 
4— Panhellenic Rep.; Panhellenic 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4— V.P. Pres., Nursing 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Who's Who Selection 
Comm. 4. 

CIVELLO, JOHN M. 312 Beech Ave., 
Hershey. Student Trainer's Club 2, 
3. Pres.. 4. 

CLANEV, DOUGLAS M. 201 David 
Dr.. Haverlown. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Semper Fi Club 2. 3. 4; Darlington 
Biological Societv 1, 2, 3, 4, 
CLARK, CURT 835 N. Trooper Rd., 
Norristown. Alphi Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 
4; Historical Society 4; Young 
Democrats 2, 3. 

CLARK, DOROTHY R. 5048 Irving St.. 
Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3 — Publications 
Chpsn: CAS 1. 2, 3, 4: Kappa Omicron 
Tau 3, 4— Pres,; ACE 2; PSEA 4: Young 
Democrats 1. 2: Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; El. 
Math Majors Club 2. 3; Kappa Alpha 
Psi 3, 4— Sweetheart Court, » 




JAMES M. CHOATE 
B.S. Accounting 



KATHLEEN A, CHREST FRANKLIN CHRISTOPHER WENDY CIANCIULLI 
B,S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Nursing 




JOHN M. CIVELLO 
B.S. Health Ed. 



DOUGLAS M.CLANEY CURT CLARK DOROTHY R. CLARK 

B.S. Biology B.S. Psychology B.S. Elementary Ed. 



270 




GERARD M.COGAN 
B.S. Accounting 



CHERYL L.COLE ROBERT A. COLEMAN ROBERT B. COLEMAN 

I.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Mathematics B.S. Education 




BRIAN P. COLLINS 
B.A. English 



LYNNE K. COLLIS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



TERESA M. CONAWAY ELIZABETH A. CONBOY 
B.S.Spanish B.A. Speech Pathology 




DOUGLAS I. CONETY ALBERT L. CONGLETON JAMES CONSTANTINO MARGIE E. COONEY 

B.A. History B.S. Social Studies B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Criminal Justice 




COGAN, GERARD M. 22 Crescent La.. 
Levittown. Majors Club 3, 4; Ski Club, 
Intramurals 3, 4; Student Employment 
3, 4. 

COLE, CHERYL L. 3723 Morrow Dr.. 
Cornwells Heights. Phi Epsilon Kappa 
3. 4; Valkyrie 2; Basketball 2: In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1; Water 
Polo Club 2, 3— VP, 4— Pres.: Sports 
Club Council 2, 3 — Tres.. 

COLEMAN, ROBERT A. 148 Flintlock 
Rd., Drexel Hill. Anderson Math Club 
2, 3, 4; SETS Crew 2. 3; WCSC-ETV 2, 
3; Intramurals 2; Student Employment 

2, 3. 

COLEMAN, ROBERT B. 5308 
Wakefield St., Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; 
RHA 4; NAACP 4: Omega Psi Phi 1, 2, 

3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track & Field 1. 
COLLINS, BRIAN P. 1 Elbow La., 
Malvern. Indoor Track 3, 4. 

COLLIS, LYNNE K. 1132 Unruh Ave., 
Phila. Project Cope 2: Campus 
Crusade for Christ 3, 4; Hillel 2. 
CONAWAY, TERESA M. 305 

Mayfield Ave., West Chester. West 
Chester Musical Theatre Co. 2, 3; 
Marching Band 1; Junior Year Abroad 
3; Teacher's Education Comm., Stu- 
dent Rep. 3. 

CONBOY, ELIZABETH A. 706 Scott 
La., Wallingford. Debate Club 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 

CONETY, DOUGLAS I. 3650 Essex 
La., Phila. Historical Society 3, 4: 
Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. 
CONGLETON, ALBERT L. JR. 500 W. 
Rosedale Peterhouse B-11, West 
Chester. PSEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 
2, 3— VP. 

CONSTANTINO, JAMES B. 216 
Rutledge Ave., Rutledge. 
COONEY, MARGIE E. 37 Hillside 
Ave., Upper Darby. Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2. 3; Law 
Club 1, 2, 3; National Student Ex- 
change 4: Student Employment 1, 2, 3. 
COOPER, RANDALL S. 411 Portland 
Dr., Broomall. 

COOPERSON, DEBRA L. 1771 Rock 
Hill La., Valley Forge. Social Welfare 
Club 3, 4. 

COPEL, JOAN (DANZIG) 615 E. 

Manoa Rd., Havertown. Sigma Tau 
Delta 4. 

CORBETT, WILLIAM P. Oakwood 
La., Valley Forge. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Rugby 2, 3, 4. 



RANDALL S.COOPER 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



DEBRA COOPERSON 
B.A. Social Work 



JOAN COPEL 
B.A. English 



WILLIAM P. CORBETT 
B.S. Marketing 




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CORRIGAN, DENISE M. 1110 

Harding Dr.. Upper Darbv. Kappa 

Delta Pi 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; In- 

tramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. 

CORSINO, JOANN 2913 N. 7lh Si.. 

Phiia. SSII 1, 2. 3. 4: Martin L. King 

Scholarship Committee 3: Who's Who 

4. 

COWAN. JOSEPH J. 24 Patrick Ave., 

West Chester. 

CRISTOFARO, LINDA A. 1206 Cable 
Hill Dr.. Springfield. Intramurals 2. 
CROWLEY, ROBERT A. 724 Winsor 
PI.. Wallingford. Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Rugbv 3; National Student Exchange 
3. 

CULBERT, MARGARET L. 747 E. 25th 
St.. Chester. 

CULVER, ALICE J. 20 W. Market St.. 
West Chester. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Kappa Alpha 3. 4 — Treas. Gospel 
Choir 2; Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 
2; Student Employment 1. 2, 3, 4. 
CUNNINGHAM, KAREN A. 1916 
Winesap Rd.. Cherry Hill. N]. Majors 
Club 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Emplovment 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi 
Omega 2. 3." 4 — VP. 
CURCIO, CHRISTINE A. 30 St. An- 
drews Dr., Huntington, NY. In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3, 4: Program Board 1. 2, 
3; Daedelus 1. 

CURRAN, ROBERT G. 61 Anvil Rd.. 
Aston. Chamber Choir 2; College 
Choir 2; Concert Band 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Crilerions 1. 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 
3, 4: Mixed Choir 1; Men's Chorus 1. 

D'AGOSTINO, DONNAMARIE 27 
Hastings Ct., Downingtown. Abbe 
Society 3, 4 — Tres.; Elementary Math 
Club 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 
DAILEY, JOAN D. 13 Wayne Dr., 
Wilmington, DE. Alpha Lambda Delta 

1, 2. 

DALEY, HEATHER J. 1025 Con- 
shnhocken State Rd., Gladwyne. 
Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4 — Pres.; Pi 
Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 — Sec; 
Volleyball 2, 3; Competitive Speech 
Team'l, 2. 3, 4 — Pres.: Little Theatre 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Club 1, 2; West 
Chester Musical Theatre Co 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Quad Angles 2; WCSC-ETV 3. 4; New 
Student Orientation Program 2, 3; 
Curriculum Comm. 3, 4; Who's Who 4. 
DALLARA. DENISE J. 65 Outlook La., 
Leviltown. Panhellenic Council 2. 3, 4 
— Rush Chairperson; Zeta Tau Alpha 

2, 3 — Historian/Reporter, 4 — Sec. 
DANFELT. BARBARA J. 97 Ridgeway 
St., East Stroudsburg. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1. 2. 3. 4; Pi Mu Epsiitjn 3, 4 — 
Treas.; Computer Club 3; Concert 
Band 1. 

D'ANGELO. JUDITH C. 24 Holbrook 
Rd.. Havertown. Little Theatre Club 4; 
Italian Club 3, 4; West Chester 
Musical Theatre Co 2, 3, 4. 




DENISE IVI. CORRIGAN JOANN CORSINO 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Public Health 



JOSEPH I. COWAN LINDAA.CROSTOFARO 

B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





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ROGERT A CROWLEY MARGARET L. CULBERT ALICE J. CULVER KAREN A. CUNNINGHAM 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. /Art B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




CHRISTINE A. CURCIO ROBERT G. CURRAN DONNAMARIE D'AGOSTINO JOAN D. DAILEY 

B. A. Communications B.S. Music Ed./Trumpet B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Nursing 




HEATHER J.DALEY DENISE J. DALLARA BARBARA J. DANFELT JUDITH C. D'ANGELO 

B.A. Speech Communications B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Computer Science B.S. Elementary Ed, 




MARKS. DANIELS ELIZABETH S. DAVENPORT EVENNER C. DAVIDSON DONNA L. DAVIS 

B.S. Mathematics B.A. History B.S. Social Welfare B.S. Elementary Ed. 

Special Ed. 




KATHIE M.DAVIS 
B.S. Music Ed. 



LENA L. DAVIS 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Special Ed. 



MARK R.DAVIS 
B.A. Philosophy 



THERESA M.DAVIS 
B.S. Accounting 




PAMELA G.DAWSON JOSEPH F. DEANGELIS ROBERT F. DEBERARDINIS TERESA M. DEFAZIO 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Clinical Chemistry 

Special Ed. 




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DANIELS, MARK S. 1236 Queen St., 
Pottstown. Pi Mu Epsilon 4; Criterions 
4; Marching Band 1, 2. 3. 
DAVENPORT, ELIZABETH S. 324 
Fairmount Ave., Chatham, N). 
Geography & Outing Club 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 3. 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4. 

DAVIDSON, EVENNER C. 7200 
Merion Tr., Merlon Trace Apts C-111, 
Upper Darby. BSU 1. 2. 

DAVIS, DONNA L. 510 Blythe Ave., 
Drexel Hill. Ski Club 2, 3. 

DAVIS, KATHIE M. 3149 Fulling Mill 
Rd.. Middlelown. IGA 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi 4; College Choir 4; Marching Band 
1, 2, 3: Symphony Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2: Woodwind En- 
semble 1. 

DAVIS, LENA L. 638 So. 54th St., 
Phila. BSU: Campus Crusade for 
Christ; Student Employment 2. 3, 4. 
DAVIS, MARK R. Mermont Plaza Apt. 
104, Bryn Mawr. Golf 1. 2, 3, 4 — Cap- 
tain. 

DAVIS, THERESA M. 856 W. Cobbs 
Creek Pky., Yeadon. CUAB 2; RHA 4; 
Omlcron Delta Epsilon 4 — VP; SAM 
4; AccountingSociety 3. 4; Intramurals 
1, 2; Student Employment 1, 2. 
DAWSON, PAMELA G. 304 E. 
Marshall St., Apt. 907, West Chester. 
Commuter Government 3; Board of 
Governors 4 — Sec./Tres.; Equestrian 
Club 3; Student Council for Excep- 
tional Children 3 — Tres.; Intramurals 
3, 4; Student Employment 3, 4; Who's 
Who 4. 

DEANGELIS, JOSEPH F. 109 Norma 
Rd.. Yeadon. 

DEBERARDINIS, ROBERT F. 1637 
Croatan PI., Phila. College Choir 3, 4; 
Criterions 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; 
Men's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Statesmen 4. 
DEFAZIO, TERESA M. 820 Walnut St„ 
Kennetl Square. Equestrian Team 2, 3; 
Alchemists Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Equestrian 
Club 2, 3. 

DEHNERT, MARK P. 59 Roboda 
Blvd., Royersford. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Weight Lifting 1, 2. 3, 4; Young 
Republicans 1, 2, 3; Accounting 
Society 3, 4. 

DELANY, DANIEL P. 509 Midvale 
Rd., Upper Darby. Ice Hockey 2; 
Theatre 208 Productions 2; In- 
tramurals 4. 

DELELLIS, DEBORAH A. 28 Black 
Latch La., Cherry Hill, NJ. Phi Epsilon 
Kappa 4; Softball 1. 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 
— Co-Captain; Majors Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — 
VP. 

DELSURDU, CYNTHIA M. 440 

Gateswood Dr., West Chester. 



MARK P. DEHNERT 
B.S. Accounting 



DANIEL P. DELANY DEBORAH A. DE LELLIS CYNTHIA M. DELSURDU 

B.S. Computer and B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Political Science 

Information Science 





LAWRENCE) DENNY THERESA M. DENT CAROL A. DEPUGH BRALINDA DERR 

B.A. Geography and Planning B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Elementary Ed. 





BARRYI.DESKO ALBERTA F. DESPIRITO SUSAN M. DESTEFANO JON S. DETTERLINE 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Communications B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




JOANNE L.DEUTSCH ROBERT C. DEVENNEY SUSAN P. DEVINE 

B.S. Social Welfare B.S. Accounting B.S. Education 



RICHARD DIBARTOLO 
B.S. Accounting 




DENNY, LAWRENCE J. R.D. #2 Bnx 
36, Honeybrook. Gamma Thela \'i'- 
silon 3, 4; Geography & Outing Club 4; 
Veterans Club 3, 4. 
DENT, THERESA M. 5119 Sheldon St.. 
Phila. BSU 1, 3, 4— Treas.; IGA 3; ACE 
4; Theatre Dance Group 4; Martin L. 
King Scholarship Committee 4; Stu- 
dent Employment 1, 4; Homecoming 
Queen 4. 

DEPUGH, CAROL A. 33 E. Thomson 
Ave., Springfield. Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 4. 

DERR, BRALINDA 2732 N. 23rd St.. 
Phila. BSU 1,2, 3.4; Delta Sigma Theta 

2. 3, 4; ACE 4; Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Employment 2. 3. 4; National 
Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 
DESKO, BARRY J. 3519 Rockview Ilr . 
Bristol. Phi Epsilon Kappa 4; Soccer 2. 

3. 4; Track & Field 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
DESPIRITO, ALBERTA R. 133 Dean 
St., West Chester. Alpha Psi Omega 3, 
4_VP; Forensics 4; Theatre 208 
Productions 2, 3, 4. 
DESTEFANO, SUSAN M. 318 So. 
Valley Forge Rd.. Devon. Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; SAM 4. 

DETTERLINE, JON S. Faust Rd., R.D. | 
#1. Gilbertsville. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ' 
Football 1. 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DEUTSCH, JOANNE L. 2211 Napfle 
St., Phila. Community Service 2; 
Equestrian Club 1. 2, 3— Corres. Team 
Sec. 4; Social Welfare Club 3, 4; Young 
Democrats 1, 2, WCUR 2, 3. 
DEVENNEY, ROBERT C. 346 Foulke 
La.. Springfield. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; 
SAM 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DEVINE, SUSAN P. 103 Maisfie'd 
Rd., Phoenixville. 

DIBARTOLO, RICHARD 2424 
Stoneybrook La., Drexe! Hill. 
DICIURCIO, WILLIAM T. 125 Shaffer 
Rd., King of Prussia. OCSA 4; In- 
tramurals 4; American Criminal 
justice Assoc. 4; Lavkf Club 4. 
DICKINSON, LORETTA A. 450 
Bernshouse Ave., Hammonton, NJ. In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Volleyball 3. 
DIEHL, ROBIN L. R.D.#1, Boiling Spr- 
ings. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Track & Field 3, 4; 
Majors Club 4; PSEA 4; Women's Glee 
Club 4. 

DIENNA, WILLIAM D. 5 Queens 
Ave., Malvern. Class Officers 3, 
4— Pres.; IGA 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Historical 
Society 1. 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 4; 
Who's Who 4. 



WILLIAM T. DICIURCIO LORETTA A. DICKINSON ROBIN L. DIEHL WILLIAIVI D. DIENNA 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Secondary Ed. 



DIKS, KAREN J. 54 Heather Hill Rd., 
Cresskill, NJ. Alpha Lambda Delta 1. 

2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Intramurals 

3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DILKS, BEATRICE J. Country Club 
Rd., Phoenixville. Gamma Theta Up- 
silon 3, 4— Pres.; Anthropology Club 1, 
2, 3— Sec/Tres., 4— Pres.; Geography 
& Outing Club 1. 2. 4— VP; Linguistics 
2, 4; International House 4. 
DISCHERT, JEAN M. 11 Shelbourne 
Rd., Havertown. Intramurals 2, 3; 
Volleyball 3. 

DIVERS, LINDA L. R.D.#3. Box 240, 
Milton. 

DIX, NANCY L. 20 Carriage Dr., 
Media. 

DIZILLO, DAVID J. 809 Queen Dr., 
West Chester. Art Association 2, 3, 4. 
DOBIL, MARK S. R.D. #1 Box 351, 
Allentown. Ski Club 3. 
DOMINEY, JOAN E. 721 St. Francis 
Dr., Broomall. Gymnastics 1. 2, 3, 
4 — Captain; Intramurals 3. 
DOMINGUEZ, MICHAEL E. 617 
Ridge St., Bethlehem. Theta Chi 
2— Sec; Gymnastics 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 
3; Marching Band 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3, 4. 

DOOLING, ELIZABETH D. 3022 Spr- 
ing Mill Rd., Plymouth Meeting. Nurs- 
ing Club 3, 4; Serpentine 1, 2. 
DOUD, CHARLES J. 1300 Roosevelt 
Ave., Havertovi^n. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Employ- 
ment 1, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 4. 
DOUGHERTY, LORI E. 7 Cornflower 
La., Levittown. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 
2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Speech 
Path & Audiology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DOUGHERTY, ROSEANNA P. 2224 S, 
69th St., Phila. 

DRISCOLL, MONICA M. 11 Penna. 
Ave., Downingtown. Lacrosse 1; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Nursing Class Of- 
ficers 1, 4. 

DROMGOLD, LAURIE S. 21 McKune 
Ave., Bradford. RHA 2, 3; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 
3; French Club 1; Little Theatre Club 
1; Theatre 208 Productions 1; Women's 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Luthern Student 
Association 3, 4; Quad Angles 4; Who's 
Who 4. 

DROZDOSKI, ANDREA M. 2604 Edg- 
mont Ave., Parkside. Basketball 
4 — Mgr.; Hockey 1; Lacrosse 1; Tennis 
2, 3. 




KAREN J. DIKS 
I.S. Speech Pathology 



BEATRICE |. DILKS JEAN M. DISCHERT 

B.A. Geography B.S. HeaUh and Phys. Ed. 



LINDA L. DIVERS 
B.A. Social Welfare 





NANCYL. DIX DAVID ]. DIZILLO 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.A. Art 



MARKS. DOBIL JOAN E. DOMINEY 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





MICHAEL DOMINGUEZ ELIZABETH DOOLING 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Nursing 



CHARLES J. DOUD 
B.S. Accounting 



LORI E. DOUGHERTY 
B.S. Speech Pathology 




ROSEANNA DOUGHERTY MONICA M. DRISCOLL LAURIE S. DROMGOLD ANDREA M. DROZDOSKI 
B S Elementary Ed. B.S. Nursing B.A. American Studies B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

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HELEN C. DRY 

B.A. Music Theory 

and History 



CHRISTINE C.DUBOIS 
B.S. Criminal )uslice 



JEFFREY C. DUFFY 
B.S. Accounting 



CARRIE B.DUNN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




NANCY E. DUNN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DONNA R. DURHAM MICHAEL ]. DURNING JOSEPH A. DUVA 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Economics B.S. Accounting 





PATRICIA A. EARNEST SANDRA L. ECKMAN NANCY A. EDWARDS 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Elementary Ed./ B.S. Elementary Ed. /Math 

Special Ed. 



LINDAA.EGNER 

B.S. Health and 
Phys. Ed. /German 




WILLIAM W. EISENBREY MARYANN C. ELINE 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



276 



ELIZABETH A. ELMO ROXANNE L. ENGLERTH 

B.S. Health and B.S. Math and 

Phys. Ed. /Recreation Computer Science 



DRY, HELEN C. Box 18 R.D. #3. 
Kutztown. Alpha Lambda Delta 2. 3. 4; 
MENC 1. 2; Concert Band 2 — 
Librarian; Marching Band 1, 2. 3 — 
Squad Ldr,; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Wood- 
wind Ensemble 1. 2: Symphonic Band 

2. 4. 

DUBOIS, CHRISTINE C. 620 Franklin 
St., West Chester. 

DUFFY, JEFFREY C. Wm. Henry Apts. 
L-112, Malvern. Ice Hockey 1. 2; ftball 

1, 2; Accounting Society 4 — Pres.; 
Friars. 

DUNN, CARRIE B. 104 Devon Dr.. Ex- 
ton. IGA 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Bowling 4. 

DUNN, NANCY E. 18 Lochwood La., 
West Chester. RHA 2. 3. 4; Theatre 208 
Productions 3. 4. 

DURHAM, DONNA R. 993 Singleton 
Ave., Woodmere. NY. Gymnastics 1, 2. 

3, 4. 

DURNING, MICHAEL J. 5 Walnut 
Rd., Castlerock. Newtown Square. Ski 
Club 3, 4; SAM 4. 

DUVA, JOSEPH A. 6620 Cottage St.. 
Phila. Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: WCUR 1, 

2, 3, 4 — Bus. Dir.; Accounting Society 

3, 4. 

EARNEST, PATRICIA A. 1385 
Kirkland Ave.. West Chester. Ac- 
counting Society. 

ECKMAN, SANDRA L. 411 W. Church 
Rd., King of Prussia. Communitv Ser- 
vice 1. 2, 3; PSEA 4; Ski Club '2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; SCEC 3, 4. 
EDWARDS, NANCY A. 7033 Valley 
Ave.. Phila. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Women's Glee Club 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 3. 4; Elementary Math Club 
3, 4 — Sec. 

EGNER, LINDA A. 908 Little Shilo 
Rd., West Chester. Alpha Mu Gamma 
4; Gymnastics 1; Swimming & Diving 
2: German Club 1. 2, 4; Little Theatre 
Club 2, 4: Modern Dance 2: Theatre 
Dance Group 2; Theatre 208 Produc- 
tions 2, 4; West Chester Musical 
Theatre Co 2, 4: FCA 1; International 
House 4: Junior Year Abroad 3. 
EISENBREY, WILLIAM W. R.D.#3 
Box 320. Milford, DE, Alpha Phi 
Omega 1, 2, 3, 4: Friars 3. 4; Football 1; 
Lacrosse 2. 3, 4. 

ELINE, MARYANN C. 115 Lions Dr., 
Morrisville. Vollevball 1; Equestrian 
Club 2. 3. 4: Ski Club 2. 
ELMO, ELIZABETH A. 27 Kings Cir- 
cle, Malvern. Hockey 1, 2; Intramurals 
1, 2. 3. 4; Vollevball' 1, 2, 3, 4; Majors 
Club 1; Varsity" Club 2, 3, 4. 
ENGLERTH, ROXANNE L. 26 West 
5th Ave.. Coatesville. Pi Mu Epsilon 3, 
4 — VP; Intramurals 1. 2; Anderson 
Math Club 1. 2, 3 — VP. 4 — Pres.; 
Who's Who 4. 




ERHARD, LAURA A. 791 Cassatt Rd., 
Berwyn. Alpha Sigma Tau 3, 4. 
ERVIN, AMY J. 110 Verona Rd., 
Broomall, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Phi Ep- 
silon Kappa 1, 2, 3 — Sec, 4 — Pres.; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2; 
Swimming & Diving 3 — Mgr.: Majors 
Club 1; Student Employment 3; Who's 
Who 4. 

ESHER, LESLIE J. 

EVANS, BARBARA A. 22 Williams 
Dr., West Parenson, N). Community 
Service 2; Social Welfare Club 3, 4. 
EVERETT, CONRAD A. 625 White St., 
Bowmanstown. Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 
4; Friars 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; PSEA 4. 
FABRIZIO, THOMAS M. 587 E, 
Chestnut St., Coatesville. SAM 4: In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PAGAN, SARA G. Skippack Pk. 
Worchester. Swimming & Diving 3, 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Student Employment 
4. 

FAISON, WILLIAM J. 20 E. Market 
St., West Chester. BSU 1; CAS 2; 
Baseball 1; Wrestling 1; WCUR 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Martin L. King 
Scholarship Committee 4; Student 
Employment 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; 
0CSA"3, 4; Orientation Program 1, 2, 
3; Affirmative Action 3, 4, 
FALCO, ELLEN M. 3 Parkway Circle, 
Broomall. S.C.E.C. 3, 4. 
FALCON, ALEXANDER J. 341 Kent 
Rd., Broomall. S.A.M. 3, Soc. Adv. 
Management 3. 4. 

FALOTICO, RAQUEL M. 298 Hance 
Rd., Fair Haven, NJ. RHA 4; Badmin- 
ton 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FANNON, ROBERT J. 318 Rutter 
Ave., Kingston. CAS 4; IGA 4; Fencing 
3, Vice-Pres. 4; Psychology Club 4. 
FARBER, JULIANNE K. 3216 Mt. Ver- 
non Ave., Parkside. Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon 3, 4. 

FARRANCE, MICHELE E. 215 S. East 
St., Spring Grove. Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 
Rush Chair. 3, Quill Chair. 4. 
FAUST, JUDITH L. 92 S. Lansdowne 
Ave., Lansdowne. Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

FAY, MARY H. 1450 West Chester Pk. 
#604, West Chester. 




LAURA A. ERHARD 
B.A. History 



AMY J. ERVIN 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



LESLIE]. ESHER 



BARBARA A. EVANS 
B.A. Social Welfare 




CONRAD A. EVERETT 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



THOMAS M. FABRIZIO 
B.S. Bus. Management 



SARA G. PAGAN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



WILLIAM J. PAISON 
B.A. Speech Communications 




ELLEN M. PALCO 
B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. 



ALEXANDER J. PALCON 
B.S. Bus. Management 



RAQUEL M. FALOTICO 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



ROBERT J. PANNON 

B..^. Psychology 




JULIANNE K. FARBER 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



MICHELE E. PARRENCE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JUDITH L.FAUST 
B.S. Nursing 



MARY J. FAY 
B.S. Speech Communications 



FEDERICI. SANDRA M. 2632 Kirk 
Ave.. Broomall. RHA 2. 3; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1. 2. 3. -J; Pi Gamma Mu 
3. 4: Inlramurals 2, 3; SAM 2, 3: 
Marching Band 1: Newman 4; 
National Student Exchange 4: Student 
Employment 1. 2. 3. 4: Who's Who 4. 
FEEHERY. GINNIE 332 Franklin Ave.. 
Springfield. RHA 1. 2; Kappa Delta Pi 
3. 4; Intramurals 1: ACE 4; Student 
Employment 1. 2. 

FERDINAND, LISA G. 513 S. High St.. 
West Chester. CAS 1. 2; IGA 1. 2; 
Young Democrats 1: Daedelus 3; Stu- 
dent Academic Affairs 3. 4: Who's 
Who 4. 

FERRIER, RICHARD D. 737 Marshall 
Dr.. West Chester. 

FEUDA, JOAN M. 346 Brighton Ter.. 
Holmes. Alchemists Club 2. 3; 
Program Board 4. 

FIGENSHU, THOMAS R. 9 
Dartmouth La.. Haverford. Volleyball 

2. 3. 4. Pres.. 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Student Employment 1, 2. 
FILLAT, SUZANNE 116 Crescent Dr.. 
Dover. DE. 

FILLIPO, BRIAN H. 392 Marilyn Rd., 
Warminster. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 

3. 4. V.P. 2; Alchemists Club 3; Concert 
Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3; 
Who's Who 4. 

FISCHER, DEBRA R. 120 N. Rumson 
Ave., Margate, N]. Intramurals 2, 4; 
Tennis 1: Track Club 3; Marching 
Band 3. 

FISHER, LAURA J. RD. #1 Box 298, 
Hummelstown. Alpha .Xi Delta 1. 2, 3, 

4. Treas. 2. Pres. 3; Marching Band 1, 
2, 4; Daedelus 3; Quad Angles 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2; Dance Production 
Workshop 3, 4. 

FITZGERALD, JACK B. 632 W. Wayne 
Ave. Wayne. Gymnastics 1. 2, 3. 4. 

FLAGIELLO, ELENA J. 1337 Virginia 
Ave.. Havertown. Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 3. 4. 
FLEITZ, JOANNE C. 32 Colwick Rd., 
Cherry Hill. K]. RHA 4; Basketball 1: 
Intramurals 1. 2. 3: Water Polo Club 2. 

FLEMING, JOHN J. 7142 Theodore, 
Phila. Law Club 3. 4: Intramurals 3. 
FLOOD. KIMBERLEY J. 330 Lin- 
colnway E.. Chambersburg. Theta Chi 
2. 3. 4: Intramurals 2, 3. 4. 
FLOYD, DEBORAH D. 1570 St. James 
PI.. Roslvn. 




SANDRA M. FEDERICI GINNIE FEEHERY LISA G. FERDINAND RICHARD D. FERRIER 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Elementary Ed. B. A. American Studies B.S. Accounting 




JOAN M. FEUDA THOMAS R. FIGENSHU SUZANNE FILLAT BRIAN H. FILLIPO 

B.S. Chemistry/Biology B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. B.S. Chemistry/Biology 




DEBRA R.FISCHER LAURA J. FISHER JACK B. FITZGERALD ELENA J. FLAGIELLO 

B.S. Health and Ptiys. Ed. B. A. Literature B.S. Health Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology 




JOANNE C. FLEITZ JOHN J. FLEMING KIMBERLEY J. FLOOD DEBORAH D. FLOYD 

B.S. Health and Phys.Ed./Rec. B.S. Criminal Justice B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Criminal Justice 






^kidi 



DEBORAH A. FOGA ELAINE M. FOGGAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



IRENE M. FOWLER SHERRY A. FOX 

B.A. Biology B.A. English/Literature 




MICHAEL FRANCESCHINO CRYSTAL R. FRAZIER 
B.S. Marketing B.A. Sociology 



PAMFREBEL DARRELL FREEMAN 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. History 



FOGA, DEBORAH A. 1101 Shadeland 
Ave.. Drexel Hill. Theta Chi — Little 
Sisters 2; Cheerleader 2; ACE 3; 
P.S.E.A. 4; Student Employment 3. 
FOGGAN, ELAINE M. 5 Schuyler Dr., 
Jericho, NY. Lacrosse 2; Swimming & 
Diving 3, 4; Majors Club 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FOWLER, IRENE M. C-25 Ramsgate 
Ct. Apts., West Chester. Intramurals 1; 
Synchronized Swimming 1, 2; 
Alchemists Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Darlington 
Biological Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 
FOX, SHERRY A. 769 N. Charlotte St. 
Pottstown. Community Service 1, 2, 3 
Indoor Track 2; Track Club 2 
Daedelus 3, 4; Quad Angles 2, 3, 4 
Serpentine 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 
Sigma Tau Delta 4; E.C.M. 4; Student 
Employment 2, 3, 4. 
FRANCESCHINO, MICHAEL R. 1449 
Greenway Rd., Swarthmore. 
FRAZIER, CRYSTAL R. 4708 Greene, 
Phila. Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 4; Sociology Club 4; Inter- 
national House 3, 4; National Student 
Exchange 4. 

FREBEL, PAM L. 209 Spring Crest 
Blvd., Sinking Spring. Pi Gamma Mu 
4; Lamba Alpha Epsilon 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Synchronized 
Swimming 1, 2, 3. 

FREEMAN, DARRELL V. 2227 S. 27th 
St., Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi 
Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Law 
Club 2; Campus Crusade for Christ 2, 
3, 4. 




FREEMAN, DAVID B. Rt. 82, Union- 
ville. Karate Club 3. 4; Soc. Adv. 
Management 3. 4. 

FREY, NANCY B. 201 Buttonwood 
Way. Glenside. Alpha Lambda Delta 

1, 1: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Student Em- 
ployment 1, 2, 3. 4: Dance Production 
Workshop / Choreographer 2, 3. 4. 
FRIDIRICI, CAROL A. 6117 W. Main 
St.. Fogelsville. Intramurals 3. 4; 
Who's Who 4. 

FRIEDENBERG. LAURI I. 1306 
Hellerman St.. Phila. Gamma Theta 
Upsilon 3. 4: Art Association 3. 4; 
Geography & Outing Club 3. 4. 

FRIEDRICH, CONNIE. RD#1 Box 
301 E. Gienmoore. 

FRIEL, PATRICK W. 311 Felton Ave.. 
Sharon Hill. Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 
FRIENDY, DANIELE A. 76 Oak Dr. 
A.D.. Macungie. Nursing Class Officer 

2. 4; Student Services 3, 4. 

FRIES, THOMAS W. Aldenville. Foot- 
ball 1: Intramurals 1. 2. 3: Weight 
Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 




DAVID B. FREEMAN 
B.5. Bus. Management 



NANCY B. FREY 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CAROL A. FRIDIRICI LAURI I. FRIEDENBERG 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.A. Art 




CONNIE FRIEDRICH 
B.S. Social Studies 



PATRICK W. FRIEL 
B.S. Accounting 



280 



DANIELE A. FRIENDY 
B.S. Nursing 



THOMAS W. FRIES 

B.S. Health and 
Phys. Ed. /Recreation 





JOHN M. FRY KATHYL. FULMER DENISE M. FUSTO KIMM B. GALBRAITH 

I.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Secondary Ed. /Biology 




BERNIE M.GALLAGHER MARL^NNE F. GALLAGHER JULIE A. GAMBINO LORETTA M. GANGAWARE 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Political Science B.A. Speech B.S. Accounting 

Communications 





MARY). GARDINER 
B.A. Fine Arts 



RAMONA GASKINS PHILIP W. GASSENMEYER DEBORAH A. GAWORSKI 
B.S. Health Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Marketing 




FRY, JOHN M. RD#2, New Bloom- 
field. Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Gymnastics 1. 
FULMER, KATHY L. 315 Douglas Dr., 
West Chester. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 
2: Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4; P.S.E.A. 4; 
Alpha Xi Delta 1. Fraternity Education 
Chair. 2, Recording Sec. 3. Vice Pres.. 
Publicity Chair. 4; Marching Band 1, 2. 
3, Captain of Twirling Squad 4; Dance 
Production Workshop 3, 4. 
FUSTO, DENISE M. 526 Rock Glen 
Dr.. Wvnnewood. Intramurals 1, 2. 3; 
M.E.N.'C, 4. 

GALBRAITH, KIMM B. 145 Franklin 
St., Cedar Grove, NJ. RHA 2; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4: Track & Field 2, 3; 
Darlington Biological Society 2. 3, 4 — 
Treas. Folk Dance 2; Geography & 
Outing Club 2, 3, 4: Kayak & Canoe 
Club 2, 3; PSEA 4; Ski Club 2, 3; In- 
tramurals 2, 3; NEA 4. 

GALLAGHER, BERNIE M. 1820 
Juniper Dr.. Whitehall. Football 1, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Club 2, 
3; Environmental Education Camp 3; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1. 2, 
3, 4. 

GALLAGHER, MARIANNE F. 1832 
AshursI Rd.. Phila. 
GAMBINO, JULIE A. 123 Rock Glen 
Rd.. Overbrook Hills. 
GANGAWARE, LORETTA M. 500 W. 
Rosedale Ave., Selwyn C-8, West 
Chester. Delta Zeta 1; Accounting 
Society 3. 4; Newman 3, 4. 

GARDINER, MARY J. PC Box 83, 

Honey Brook. Art Association 1 . 2, 3. 4: 
Equestrian Club 1, 2. 

GASKINS, RAMONA. 5946 Trinity St., 
Phila. 

GASSENMEYER, PHILIP W. 116 

Warrior Rd., Drexel Hill. Law Club 3. 
GAWORSKI, DEBORAH A. 1649 Rad- 
burn Rd., Cornwells Heights. Pi 
Gamma Mu 4; SAM 4: Student Em- 
ployment 2, 3; Alchrmists Club 1. 
GEARY, JACQUELINE M. 1462 Glen- 
brook La., West Chester. 
GEITHNER, CHRISTINA A. 5406 
Colchester Meadow La., Fairfax, VA. 
Alpha Lambda Delta 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4; Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4; 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Lacrosse 3; 
National Student Exchange 3. 
GENTRY, HENRY J. 2847 Angus Rd.. 
Phila. Friars 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3 — 
VP, 4 — Pres.; Competitive Speech 
Team 2, 3, 4; SETS Crew 2: In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Employ- 
ment 3, 4; West Chester Alumni Assoc. 
Scholarship 3: Who's Who 4. 
GEONNOTTI, CONSTANCE M. 3010 
S. Sydenham St., Phila. RHA 1; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1. 2, 3, 4; Kayak & 
Canoe Club 1: Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 1. 2 — Pres., 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2; Student Employment 1, 2, 
3. 4. 



JACQUELINE M. GEARY CHRISTINA A. GEITHNER HENRY J. GENTRY CONSTANCE M. GEONNOTTI 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Speech B.A. Speech Pathology 



GFRLACH, HUGH M. 5 Williams Rd.. 
Haverford. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4: 
Gvmnastics 1, 2, 3. 4— Captain; Track 
& Field 2; PSEA 4. 

GETER, ANTHONY R. 1175 Queen 
I.a.. Apl. 7, West Chester. BSU 1. 2. 3. 
4: Basketball 2. 3; Intramurals 1. 4; 
Student Employment 1. 2. 

GIANGIULIO, MAPY J. 661 Grove St.. 
Bridgeport. Brass Ensemble 3: College 
Choir 3. 4: Concert Band 1; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2: Sin- 
fonietta 2; Women's Chorus 1, 2; 
Woodwind Ensemble 3: Newman 1. 2, 
3. 4. 

GIBBONS, KATHLEEN M. 528 W. 

Marshall St.. West Chester. Phi Ep- 
silon Kappa 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 
3 — Co-Captain; Lacrosse 1; Softball 
2— Co-Captain; Ski Club 2. 3, 4. 
GIERINGER, ANN P. 508 High Blvd.. 
Shillington. Intramurals 3; ACE 1; 
PSEA 4; Women's Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 
4 — Librarian. 

GILBERT, LESLEY J. 128 S. High St.. 
West Chester. Social Welfare Club 3, 
4. 

GILBERT, STEVEN L. 18 Cambridge 
Rd.. Freehold. NJ. Football 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Majors Club 1. 
GILLIO, DEBORAH L. 8832 Bradford 
St . Phila. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children 3. 4; Student Em- 
ployment 1. 2. 3. 4. 

GILSON, JOSEPH L. 803 Steward La.. 
West Chester. Intramurals 3. 4. 
GIORDANO, DEBORAH A. 839 
Marlyn Rd.. Phila. 

GIRARD, NANCY D. P.O. Box 768. 
Concordville. Social Welfare Club 
4— VP. 

GIRONE, PAUL J. 305 E. Hathaway 
La.. Havertown. Alpha Phi Omega 3. 
4: PSEA 3. 4. 

GLOD, EDWARD P. 6414 Carman St.. 
Phila. CAS 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Officers 1, 
2— Pres.; IGA 1. 2. 3; Psychology Club 
2. 3; Young Democrats 1. 2. 3. 4: New- 
man 4. 

GODSMAN. LINDA J. RD 4. Box 658, 
East Siroudsburg. Majors Club 4; 
Women's Glee Club 2; Intramurals 1, 
2. 3. 4. 

GOGGIN, KATHLEEN N. 741 S. 
Walnut St.. West Chester. Accounting 
Society 3. 4— Sec. 

GOLDEN, CINDY 6627 Tabor Rd., 
Phila. Serpentine 2. 





HL'GHM.GERLACH ANTHONY R. GtTER MARY [. GIANGIULIO KATHLEEN M. GIBBONS 

B.S. HeahhandPhys. Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




.5L#: 



ANN p. GIERINGER 
B.S. Elementarv Ed. 



LESLEY). GILBERT STEVEN L. GILBERT DEBORAH L. GILLIO 

B.S.W. Social Welfare B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. 




JOSEPH L. GILSON DEBORAH GIORDANO NANCY D. GIRARD 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S.W. Social Welfare 





EDWARD P. GLOD LINDA J. GODSMAN KATHLEEN N. GOGGIN 

B.S. Political Science B.S. Health and Phys. Kd. B.S. Accounting 



CINDY GOLDEN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 





RONALD T. GOLDOVICH PATRICK D. GONZALEZ 
B.A. Geography B.S. Economics 



LESLIE A. GRAHAM 
B.S.W. Social Welfare 



DENISE M. GRAUL 
B.A. Psychology 





LARRY K.GREEN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



NANCY M.GREEN 
B.S. Music Ed. /Piano 



SUSAN M.GREGORY 
B.S. Accounting 



JACQUESP.R. GRILLE! 
B.S. Bus. Management 




KAREN D.GRO 
B.A. Art 



LARRY J.GROLLMAN 
B.S. Health Ed. 



CAROL H.GROSIK 
B.S. Nursing 



DEBBIE E. GROSS 
B.S. Speech Pathology 




GOLDOVICH, RONALD T. 721 Lin- 
coln, Dickson. Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Geography & Outing Club; Student 
Academic Affairs 1. 2, 3, 4. 

GONZALEZ, PATRICK D. 67 Wood- 
bine Rd., Havertown. Pi Gainma Mu 4; 
SAM 3, 4. 

GRAHAM, LESLIE A. 456 Weddley 
Rd., Wayne. Social Welfare Club 3, 4; 
International House 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 2, 3, 4. 

GRAUL, DENISE M. 1483 Blue Jay 
Rd., Roslyn. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Psy- 
chology Club 3— Sec, 4— Treas. 
GREEN, LARRY K. 48 E. Marthart 
Ave., Havertown. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 
GREEN, NANCY M. 2171 Oakdale 
Ave., Glenside. College Choir 3, 4; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Glee Club 1, 2. 

GREGORY, SUSAN M. 140 Barren 
Rd., Newtown Square. 

GRILLET, JACQUES P. R. 330 Sun- 
nybrook Rd., Springfield. Weight 
Lifting 1, 2; Auto Rallye Club 1, 2; 
SAM 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2: Student 
Employment 3. 4; Small Business In- 
stitute 4. 

GRO, KAREN D. 456 Pinecrest Rd., 
Springfield. Community Service 2. 3, 
4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Art Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 3, 4. 
GROLLMAN, LARRY J. 3515 Joann 
Dr., Baltimore, MD. Athletic Training 

1, 2— Sec, 3— Treas., 4. 

GROSIK, CAROL H. 396 Sweetbriar 
Dr., Warminister. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4: Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GROSS, DEBBIE E. 952 Argyle Rd., 
Drexel Hill. Speech Path & Audiology 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International House 1, 

2, 4, 

GROSS, ROBERT F. 1403 Durwood 
Dr., West Lawn. Intramurals 2: 
Criterions 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 

3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 
2; Symphony Orchestra 2, 3; Wood- 
wind Ensemble 3, 4. 

GROSS, ROBERT R. 3034 Westminster 
Rd., Bethlehem. Brass Ensemble 2, 3; 
College Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 
1, 2; Symphony Orchestra 2, 3; Percus- 
sion Section Leader 4. 

GRUBER, LYNDA K. 3230-A 
Wakefield Rd., Harrisburg. Delta Zeta 
I, 2, 3, 4 — Activities Chmn.; 
Cheerleader 1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
[unior Year Abroad 3; Student Em- 
ployment 1. 

GRYSZKA, SUSAN H. 3144 Gilham 
St., Phila. Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2— Sec, 
3— Pres., 4; ACE 4; Women's Glee 
21ub 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT F. GROSS 
B.S. Music Ed. 



ROBERT R. GROSS 
B.S. Music Ed. 



LYNDA K. GRUBER 
B.A. Spanish 



SUSAN H. GRYSZKA 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



GUDAITIS, CHERYL J. 816 Barden 
Ave.. Point Pleasant. Alpha Sigma Tau 
2. 3. 4: Ski Club 4; Political Science 
Club 3. 4 — Treas. 

GUERIN, KATHRYN M. 324 Hickory 

Rd., Warminster. Intramurals 1, 2. 3; 

Accounting Society 2, 3, 4; Soc. Adv. 

Management 1. 

GUGLIELMO, DAVID J. 311 B S. 2nd 

St.. Phila Intramurals 2. 3. 4. 

GUILLORY, RENEE M. 

GUNST, TERESA M. 367 Shaw Rd., 

Ridley Park. MENG 1, 2. 3: Track Club 

1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Gym- 
nastics 3 — Co-Captain. 
GUTSHALL, DONALD G. 1004 
Washington. Huntington. RHA 1, 2; 
Rugby 1 — Charier Member. 2 — Vice 
Captain. All College All Stars. 3 — 
Social Chmn.; Darlington Biological 
Society 2. 3: Historical Society 1; In- 
tramurals 3. 

HACUNDA, MARY E. Purdy Ave., 
Marlboro. NY. Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 
4; MENC 1, 2. 3. 4; Clarinet Choir 2. 3, 
4; College Choir 2. 3. 4; Concert Band 
1: Mixed Choir 1. 2: Marching Band 1, 

2, 3: Women's Chorus 1. 2; Symphonic 
Band 2. 3. 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4. 
HADDON, HILARY 243 Water St., 
Northumberland. Linguistics 1, 2; 
National Student Exchange 3; Student 
Employment 2. 

HAGAN, HELEN M. 1724 Janney Ter., 
Langhorne. Alpha Phi Omega 3, Treas. 
4: Soc. Adv. Management 3, Sec. 4; In- 
tramurals 4; Student Employment 4. 
HAGAN, MICHAEL F. 2821 Chase 
Rd.. Phila. Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4: In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Lacrosse 2. 3, 4; 
Law Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Political Science 
Club 3. 4. 

HAHN, GEORGE R. 435 Darby Rd., 
Ridlev Park. Pi Mu Epsilon 4; Ander- 
son Math Club 2. 3, 4. 
HALL, ELIZABETH E. R.D.#1. Box 
144, Malvern. Campus Crusade for 
Christ 2. 3, 4. 

HAMMONS, CHERYL A. 230 "E " N. 
Everhart St.. West Chester, 

HANCOCK, RUTH V. 648 York Rd., 
Highlstown. N.J. Sigma Alpha Iota ,2 
3; MENC 1. 3, 4: College Choir 3. 4: 
Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1,2, 4 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Musica Antigua 3 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 2: ECM 2, 3, 4: Stu- 
dent Employment 3; Food Service 
Committee 3. 

HANEY, KAREN S. 231 8th St., 
Lewistown. Nursing Club 2, 3, 4. 
HANEY. ROBERTA A. 45 Oakland 
Ave.. West Grove. RHA 1. 2. 3, Sec, 
V.P.: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 
2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Anderson 
Math Club 1, 2, 3. 4; PSEA 1, 4; Young 
Democrats 1, 2; Student Emplovment 
3. 




CHERYL J. GUDAITIS KAITIRYN M. GUERIN DAVID J. GUGLIELMO RENEE M. GUILLORY 

B. A. Political Science/ B.S. Accounting B.S. Accounting 

Public Administration 




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TERESA M. GUNST DONALD G. GUTSHALL MARY E. HACUNDA 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Secondary Ed. /Biology B.S. Music Ed. 



HILARY HADDON 
B.S. English 





HELEN M. HAGAN MICHAEL F. HAGAN 

B.S. Bus. Administration B.A. Political Science 



GEORGE R. HAHN 
B.S. Math 



ELIZABETH E. HALL 
B.A. History 





CHERYL A. HAMMONS RUTH V. HANCOCK KAREN S. HANEY ROBERTA A. HANEY 

B.S. Nursing B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Nursing B.S. Elementary Ed. /Math 



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KAREN E. HANNIG 
B.S. Accounting 



STEPHANIE B. HANOVER 
B.S. Music Ed. 



PHILIP L.HARNED 
B.A. Psychology 



CHERYL L. HARNER 
B.S. Nursing 




HAL B.HARRIS 
I.S. Healtii and Phys. Ed. 



RICHARD ]. HARTMAN 
B.A. Political Science 



KIMIM.HASKINS 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Special Ed. 



ARNEHASSELQUIST 
B.S. Pre-Professional 




HANNIG, KAREN E. 246 N. Sproul 
Rd,, Broomall. Intramuals 1, 2. 3, 4. 
HANOVER, STEPHANIE B. 2668 
Elbridge St., Phila. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; College 
Choir 3. 4; Women's Chorus 2. 
HARNED, PHILIP L. 17 S. Church St.. 
West Chester. Lacrosse 4; Psychology 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Alpha Phi Omega 2, Sec. 
HARNER, CHERYL L. 2419 Rhawn St.. 
Phila. Delta Zeta 3, 4; Nursing Club 1. 
2. 3. 4. 

HARRIS, HAL B. 1901 Kennedy Blvd.. 
Phila. Tennis 1; Weight Lifting 3, 4. 
HARTMAN, RICHARD J. 1505 Eagle 
Ridge Dr., Downingtown. Intramurals 
3. 

HASKINS, KIMI M. 785 Providence 
Rd., Lansdowne. BSU 4; ACE 2, 3, 4; 
PSEA 4; Special Education Club 3. 4. 
HASSELQUIST, ARNE 500 Pine Dr.. 
Phoenixville. Soccer 4: Wrestling 3, 4. 




HAUPTMANN, GAIL M. 2921 Gilham 
St.. Phila. 

HAVIRA, RUDOLPH G. 2 Phoenix St., 
Wilkes-Barre. Lamda Alpha Epsilon 3, 
4; Swimming & Diving 1 , 4; SETS Crew 
3. 

HAWKINS, KARLYN ]. 5165 Ogden 
St.. Phila. BSU 1. 2, 3. 4; W.C. NAACP 
Chapter 4; Spanish Student Union 3, 
4; History Club 4. 

HAWKINS, KEITH J. 313 N. Franklin, 
Fleetwood. Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4; Track & 
Field 1, 2. 

HEATH, TERENCE M. 130 N. Farson 
St., Phila. BSD 1. 2. 4. Exec. Board; 
NAACP 1, Cultural Affairs Comm. 4; 
Omega Psi Phi 1. 2, 3. Basileus, 4; In- 
tramurals 1. 
HEILIG, LISA 

HEINEMANN. CAROL J. 1119 Primes 
Ave.. Secane. ACE 1. 2. 3. 4; PSEA 1, 2, 
3. 4. 

HEINLY, RUTHANN 650 Mont- 
gomery Ave., Boyertown. MENC 4; 
West Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1; 
Chamber Choir 2. 3; Mixed Choir 1; 
String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphony 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Librarian, 4 Person- 
nel Mgr ; Women's Chorus 1. 




GAIL 

B.S 



M HAUPTMANN RUDOLPH G. HAVIRA KARLYN J. HAWKINS KEITH ]. HAWKINS 

, Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. History B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




TERENCE M. HEATH 
B.S. Social Studies 



LISA HEILIG CAROL J. HEINEMANN RUTHANN HEINLY 

B.A.Art B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 




DEBORAH HELGESON MARGUERITE HENDERSON SANDRA J. HENDERSON STEVEN L. HENDRICKS 
B.S. Nursing B.S. Psychology B.S. Dental Hygiene Ed. B.S. Bus. Management 




DAVID HENDRICKSON 
B.S. Marketing 



GARY L. HEFNER 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CHARLES M. HERON 
B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 



CATHY HESS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




DAVID E. HESS KAYM.HEWES MARYANNE HIGGINS NANCY A. HILDRETH 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B. A. Speech Commun. B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Nursing 





HELGESON, DEBORAH A. 86 Walnut 
La., Macungie. Nursing Class Officer 

2, 

HENDERSON, MARGUERITE M. 812 

Milmar Rd., Newtown Square. CUAB 

1, 2; RHA 1, Social Chair. 
HENDERSON, SANDRA ]. 511 E. 
Lafayette Dr., West Chester. 
HENDRICKS, STEVEN L. 656 
Shoemaker La., King of Prussia. Phi 
Mu Alpha 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 1, 2; 
Marching Band 3, 4; Men's Chorus 1; 
Mixed Choir 1; Symphony Orchestra 
3. 4. 

HENDRICKSON, DAVID W. 119 
Magnolia St., West Chester. 
HEFNER, GARY L. 20 Lynwood Rd., 
Lansdale. 

HERON, CHARLES M. 5401 Oakland 
St., Phila. Friars 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; 
Indoor Track 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1; Who's Who 4. 
HESS, CATHY Brighton Village Apt. 
15-B, Broomall. Student Employment 

2, 3. 

HESS, DAVID E. 967 Salisbury Ct. 
Lancaster. Football 1, 2; Gymnastics 1 
Indoor Track 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 
Track & Field 4. 

HEWES, KAY M. 360 Railroad Ave., 
Gibbstown, NJ. 

HIGGINS, MARYANNE L. 36 
Manovon St., Phoenixville. SAM 3, 4: 
Who's Who 4. 

HILDRETH, NANCY A. R.D.#1 Den- 
ser Hill Rd., Easton. Intramurals 2, 3; 
Nursing Club 1, 2 Class Officer 3, 4. 
HIND, PAMELA A. Box #290, R.D. #4, 
Waynesboro. Abbe Society 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4; Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4 
Valkyrie 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 
Majors Cluta 1, 2; Outward Bound 3 
RHA 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes 1, 2; Outdoor Adventure 
Program 4. 

HINES, JOANNE M. 301 Steeplechase 
Dr.. Media. 

HINTON, JULIA L. 1840 Boas St., 
Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Community Ser- 
vice—Tutor; PSEA V.P. 4; Gospel 
Chorus 1, 2; Intramurals 1; Student 
Employment 2, 3, 4. 
HOCHMAN, ANITA F. 22 Candytuft 
Rd., Levittown. College Choir 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1, 
2; Hillel 1, 2. 



PAMELA A. HIND 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



JOANNE M. HINES 
B.S. Psychology 



JULIA L. HINTON ANITA F. HOCHMAN 

B.S. Elem. Ed./Urban B.S. Mus. Ed. /Vocal/Choral 




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I 



HOFFER. KENNETH L. 1090 
Sirasburg Rd.. West Chester. Cham- 
ber Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; College Choir 2. 3; 
Mixed Choir 1: Musica Antigua 1, 2; 
Men's Chorus 1. 

HOGAN. KIM D. 2106 Valleyview Dr., 
Folcrofl. Class Officers 1, 2 Pres.; 
RHA 1; IGA 1. 2. 3. 4 Finance Comm.; 
Pi Gamma Mu 4; Delta Zeta 1. 2. 3, 4: 
Equestrian Club 1; Law Club 3, 4; Ski 

(Club 4; Marching Band 4; Student Em- 
ployment 2, 3. 4; Football Statistician 
1.2. 
HOLLERAN, PATRICIA A. 11 Beau- 
mont Dr.. Plainview, N.Y. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4: Gymnastics 1: Indoor 
Track 2; Track Club 2; Intramurals 1, 
2. 

HOLOWECKY, KATHRYN A. 12 

Morris Rd.. West Chester. Community 
Service 4; Soc. Adv. Management 4; 
WCUR 1, 2, 3. 4. 

HOOKER, CHARLES L. 520 E. Miner 
St.. West Chester. Baseball 1. 2, 3; In- 
tramurals 2, 3. 

HOOVER, KIM P. 1382 Kirkland Ave., 
West Chester. Soc. Adv. Management 
4: WCUR 1, 2. 3. 4 Exec. Sec. 

HOPELY, NORMAN J. 8626 Alicia St., 
Phila. Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 
2. 3. 4; Weight Lifting 2, 3. 4. 

HORN, KATHLEEN A. 68 W. 

Elizabeth St.. Landisville. Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1. 2. 3. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 
4; Marching Band 1; Women's Glee 
Club 1. 2, 3 Treas., 4 Pres.; Accounting 
Society 3, 4; IGA 4 Finance Comm.; 
Soc. Adv. Management 4; RHA 4. 
HORNER, CHARLES R. 1108 Chestnut 
La.. Flourtown. Theta Chi 3. 4; Hockey 
2, 3. 4. 

HOSKIN, JOHN G. 782 Washington 
Rd.. Pittsburgh. Debate Club 3; 
Equestrian Club 4; Campus Crusade 
for Christ 3. 4. 

HOSTVEDT, DOUGLAS E. 34 Lukens 
La.. Halboro. Football 1, 2, 3. 4. 
HOUGH, MAUREEN L. R.D.#2 Box 
192. Peach Bottom. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
MENC 2, 4; Bel Canto 2; Chamber 
Choir 3. 4; College Choir 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2; Marching Band 1. 2; Women's 
Chorus 1. 2. 

HOVANIC, CHARLES E. 608 Duryea 
, Dr., Swarthmore. Ice Hockey 4; 
I Lacrosse 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 
■ 4. 

HOWARD TERESA L. 5 La Vida Via 
Dr.. Douninglovk'n. Student Employ- 
ment 2. 3, 4. 

HUMES, JUDITH E. 2101 Winton 
Ave., Ilavertown. 




KENNETH L. HOFFER KIM D. HOGAN PATRICIA A. HOLLERAN 

B.A. Voice B. A. Political Science B.S. Healltiand Phys. Ed. 






KATHERYN A. HOLOWECKY CHARLES L. HOOKER KIM P. HOOVER NORMAN J. HOPELY 

B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





KATHLEEN A. HORN CHARLES R. HORNER JOHN G. HOSKIN DOUGLAS E. HOSTVEDT 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Bus. Management B.A. Psychology B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




MAUREEN L. HOUGH CHARLES E HOVANIC TERESA L. HOWARD 

B.S. Music Ed./Voice B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Dental Hygiene 



JUDITH E.HUMES 
B.S. Marketing 




LESLIE HUNT 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



JAMES F.HUTTON 
B.S. Special Ed. 



ELIZABETH A. IMHOF 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



SUSAN E.IRVING 
B.S. Social Welfare 




CAROL L.IRWIN 
B.S. Speech Pathology 



MARY A. ITALIANO 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ANN M.JACKSON 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DERRIC JACKSON 
B.S. History 




JANET M. JACKSON RONDA L. JACKSON RUTHENIA A. JACKSON 

B.S. Elementary Ed. /Reading B.S. Secondary Ed. /Biology B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Mentally Retarded 



WALTER N. JACOBS 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




HUNT, LESLIE 1209 Dogwood Dr.. 
Reading. Gamma Theta Upsilon 4; 
Basketball 2; Track & Field 3; Track 
Club 2. 3. 

HUTTON, JAMES F. 7109 Stockley 
Rd., Upper Darby. Student Council 
for Exceptional Children 3. 4. 
IMHOF, ELIZABETH A. 120 Spruce 
Park, Lebanon. 

IRVING, SUSAN E. 223 Walnut Ave., 
Wayne. Synchronized Swimming 2; 
Intramurals 3; National Student Ex- 
change 3. 

IRWIN, CAROL L. 207 Lister Dr.. 
Wilmington, DE. CUAB 1; RHA 2; 
Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4; Speech Path & Audiologv 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Theatre 208 Productions 
1; Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 
ITALIANO, MARY A. 126 Fairfield 
La., Strafford-Wayne. RHA 3; Alpha 
Sigma Tau 1, 2, 3, 4. 
JACKSON, ANN M. 2888 Gradyville 
Rd., Broomall. 

JACKSON, DERRIC 133 Meehan Rd., 
Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 

1, 2, 3. 4; Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 

2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. 
JACKSON, JANET M. 3203 W. 
Dauphin St., Phila. BSU 1, 2: PSEA 4; 
Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 
JACKSON, RONDA L. 1136 Carolina 
Ave., West Chester. Darlington 
Biological Society 3, 4; Equestrian 
Club 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 1, 2, 3; Manager of Men's 
Swimming and Diving Team 3, 4. 
JACKSON, RUTHENIA A. 6309 
Milton St., Phila. BSU 3, Recording 
Secretary 4; Martin L. King 
Scholarship Committee 3, 4. 

JACOBS, WALTER N. 9 Kenwood Dr., 
Levittown. 

JACOBSEN, JACK W. 413 Osborne 
La.. Wallingford. Historical Society 1, 
2. 3, President 4; Serpentine 1, Art 
Editor 2. 3. 

JANKOWSKI, KAREN S. 109 Lios Dr., 
Morrisville. IGA 3. Constitutional 
Revisions Chairperson 4; Abbe 
Society 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 2. 
Corresponding Secretary 3, 4; Pan- 
hellenic Council 1, 2, President 3, 4; 
ACE 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3. 
JAWORSKI, DOROTHY L. 233 Miami 
Ave.. Norristown. Pi Gammu Mu 4; 
Hockey 1; SAM 3; Intramurals 1. 
JIMENEZ, CHRISTI A. 5226 
Larchwood Ave., Phila. BSU 1, 2, 
Corresponding Secretary 3, 4: CAS 1. 
2, 3. 4; Delta Sigma Theta 2, Recording 
Secretary 3, 4; Martin L. King 
Scholarship Committee 3. 4; Student 
Employment 1, 2. 3, 4; Institute for 
Ethnic Studies 3. 



JACK W. JACOBSEN 
B. A. History 



KAREN S. JANKOWSKI 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DORO'raY L. JAWORSKI 
B.S. Bus. Management 



CHRISTI A. JIMENEZ 
B.A. Psychology 






CHRISTOPHER JOHNS NANCY E. JOHNSON PAMELA S. JOHNSTON BARBARA G. JONES 

B.S. Criminal Juslice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 




RICHARD E.JONES MARY T. JORDAN 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Music Ed. 



JANICE R. JOSEPHSON MICHAEL W. JUMP 

B A. Speech Commu. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




MARYL. KADING JEFFREY P. KAISOGLUS JAMIE KAUCK HENRY KALINOWSKI 

B.S. Music/B.A.German B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. B.S. Marketing 




JOHNS, CHRISTOPHER C. 962 West 
Penn Dr., West Chester. RHA 2; Law 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; President 
of Sanderson Dorm 2. 

JOHNSON, NANCY E. 2920 Lindale 
St., Wantagh, NY. IGA 1: Intramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4; Student Employment 2, 3, 4, 
JOHNSTON, PAMELA S. 607 North 
Valley Forge Rd., Devon. 

JONES, BARBARA G. 711 S. 60th St.. 
Phila, BSU 1, 2; IGA 2, 3; PSEA 4; 
Gospel Choir 1; Martin L. King 
Scholarship Committee 2; Student 
Academic Affairs 2; Student Employ- 
ment 3. 4; Food Service Committee 2, 
3, 4; Curriculum and Academic Policy 
Committee 2; IGA Finance Committee 

2, 3; Cultural Affairs Committee 2; 
BSU Excutive Board 2; Campus 
Judicial Helping Board 2; RA 3, 4. 
JONES, RICHARD E. 105 S. Chester 
Rd., West Chester. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; SAM 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JORDAN, MARY T. 914 Duncan Ave., 
Yeadon. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma 
Alpha Iota 3, 4; College Choir 4; 
Mixed Choir 1. 2; String Fnsemble 1, 2, 
3; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3; 
Newman 1, 2; Student Employment 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

JOSEPHSON, JANICE R. 8 Dayton 
Circle, Trumbull, CT, Social Welfare 
Club 3; College Choir 2; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1, 2, 3, 4; WCUR 2. 
JUMP, MICHAEL W. 75 Norwood Dr., 
Toms River, NJ. Track and Field 3. 
KADING, MARY L. 2702 Marklyn Dr., 
Wilmington, DE. College Choir 3. 
KAISOGLUS, JEFFREY P. 2006 
County St., Laureldale. Baseball 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

KALICK, JAMIE 2108 A Mather Way, 
Elkins Park. PSEA 4; Intramurals 1; 
Student Employment 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KALINOWSKI, HENRY A. 425 Wade 
Ave., Lansdale. RHA 3; Ski Club 3. 
KALLOK, MICHELLE 34 Crabtree Dr.. 
Levittown. CUAB 3, 4; IGA 3; Zeta Tau 
Alpha 3. 

KANE, KATHLEEN A. 623 Bell La., 
Maple Glen. Commuter Governmenl 
3; Community Service 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 4; Health Professionals 
Club 4. 

KANE, MARYBETH H, 128 Green 
Valley Rd., Upper Darby. Intramurals 
2, 3, 4. 

KANE, STEPHEN 104 Woodside Rd., 
Haverford. Linguistics 3, 4. 



MICHELLE KALLOK KATHLEEN A.KANE 

B.S. Bui. Administration B.S. Public Health 



MARYBETH H. KANE 
B.S. Criminal Juslice 



STEPHEN KANE 
B.S. English 



CATCH, JAN D. 1477 N. Hanover St., 
'ottstown. 

(ATRINAK, KAREN A. Klinerd Rd. 
\1R.#1, Pennsburg. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 
-listorian 4; Phi Alpha Theta 2, Sec- 
freas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Historical Society 2, 3. V. Pres. 4; 
school of Social and Behavioral 
Sciences Rep. for Teacher Education 
Iloiincil 4; Student Tep. for Un- 
iergrad. Comm. of the History Dept. 3. 

KATZMIRE, MAUREEN B. 212 Savoe 
A\'e., Essington. Soc. Adv. Manage- 
ment 3, 4. 

KAUFFMAN, FREDA D. 5 Sharp Ave., 
R.D. #1. Denver. Cheerleader 1, Capt. 
.V. 2. Capt. Varsity 3, 4; Wrestling 
Belles 2: Serpentine 4; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3, 4. 

KAUFMAN, DEBORAH M. 4612 
South Rd.. Harrisburg. Dorm Govern- 
ment 4: Dance 1. 2. 
KEENER, DAVID F. A4 Magdalene 
House. 500 Rosedale Ave., West 
Chester, Pi Gamma Mu 4; Psi Chi 4; 
Undergrad.. Lab Asst. 3, 4; Psychology 
Research and Publication 3. 

KEENER, JANE S. 255 D Rexton Dr., 
West Chester. Tennis 3; Accounting 
Society 3, 4; Speech Path, and 
Audiology Club 3, 4. 
KEENEY, DEBORAH J. 25 Monarch 
Rd.. Wilkes-Barre. CEC 3, 4. 
KEESEY, TOM J. R.D.#1, Coatesville. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon 2, Sec. 3, 4; Pi 
Gamma Mu 3, 4; Geography Club 2, 3, 
Pres. 4. 

KELLER, MICHAEL W. 21 Station Rd., 
Cranbury, N.J. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
MENC 2, 3, 4; Bel Canto 1; Brass En- 
semble 3; Concert Band 1; Criterions 
3; Marching Band 1. 2. 3; Mixed Choir 
1, 2; Musica Antigua 2, 3; Men's 
Chorus 1, 2; Wind Ensemble 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2; West Chester TUBA 3, 4; 
Ragtime Ensemble 3. 
KELLY, KEVIN 1175 Apt. 8, Queen 
La., West Chester. Basketball 1; In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Track and Field 2. 
KENNEDY, DIANE C. 132 Snyder La., 
Springfield. 

KEMP, ANN L. 527 College Garden 
Dr., Kutztovkfn. Nursing Club Council 
4; Concert Band 2. 

KENNEDY, KEVIN P. 1305 Markley 
St., Norristown. RHA 1; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 1. 2, 3, 4; Track and Field 1; 
Majors Club 1, 2; Nevk'man 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2. 
KEOUGH, HUGH J. 2218 Knoll St.. 
Phila. BSU 3; CAS 2; Alpha Phi Alpha 
3; Cheerleader 1, 2; Darlington 
Biological Society 4; French Club 3 
SETS Crew 1, 2, 4; Wrestling Belles 2 
Gospel Choir 1: Intramurals 2 
National Student Exchange 3; Ram- 
page 1. 2, 3, 4. 

KERNS, PATRICK J. 2437 Bryn Mawr 
Ave., Ardmore. IGA 3, 4; Football 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 
Capt. 3, 4; Who's Who 4. 




JAN D. KATCH 
B.S. Marketing 



KAREN A. KATRINAK MAUREEN KATZMIRE 

B.S. History B.S. Bus. Administration 



FREDA KAUFFMAN 
B.S. Criminal |ustlce 




DEBORAH M. KAUFMAN DAVID F. KEENER 

B.S. Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. B.A. Psychology 



JANE S. KEENER 
B.S. Accounting 



DEBORAH J. KEENEY 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




HUGH J. KEOUGH TOM J. KEESEY MICHAEL W. KELLER KEVIN KELLY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.A. Geog. and Planning B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




ANN L.KEMP DIANE C. KENNEDY KEVIN P. KENNEDY PATRICK J. KERNS 

B.S. Nursing B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

291 



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CONSTANCE J. KERSHNER DEBORAH KESSLER 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JOHN L. KETTERER 
B.S. Music Ed. 



TERESA M.KIELBON 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Special Ed. 




KAREN A. KIERNAN 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



VIRGINIA L.KIME DOUGLAS A. KIMENHOUR CATHERINE A. KLASS 

Bj\. French/Spanish B.S. Marketing B.S. Speech Pathology 




LINDAA. KLEBACK 
B.A. Literature 



STEVEN R. KLINE 

B.S. Health and 

Phys. Ed./Recreation 



TERESA J. KLINE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JOHN M. KLOCKOWSKI 
B.S. Biology 




THOMAS E. KNASTER 

B.S. Accounting 
292 



LAURIE KNITTEL 
B.S. Nursing 



LINDA A.KOCHER 
B.A. Psychology 



CARYNJ.KOFFMAN 
B.S. Dental Hygiene 




KERSHNER, CONSTANCE J. 

Williamson School. Media. Kappa 
Delia Pi 3, 4; Hockey 1; Intramurals 2; 
Lacrosse 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Majors 
Club 1. 

KESSLER, DEBORAH 4018 Evans La., 
Drexel Hill. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 
KETTERER, JOHN L. 22 Harwick Dr., 
Trenton, NJ. Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, Treas. 
3, Pres. 4; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; Brass En- 
semble 1, 2, 3, 4: College Choir 3, 4; 
Criterions 1: Marching Band 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 2; 
Brass Choir 3; Symphonic Band 1, 2, 4. 
KIELBON, TERESA M. 622 Delft La., 
Hatboro. Newman 1, 2. 3, 4; Council of 
Exceptional Children 3, 4: Community 
Service Corp. 1, 2, 3. 4. 
KIERNAN, KAREN A. 55 Capitol 
Ave., Williston Park. NY. Intramurals 
3: Lacrosse 1; Track and Field 2; 
Volleyball Manager 3, 4; Track Club 1. 
2; Student Employment 1. 2. 3; 
Valkyrie 2. Recording Sec. 3, Pres.- 
Treas. 4. 

KIME, VIRGINIA L. 125 S. Sproul Rd.. 
Broomall. Alpha Mu Gamma 4; 
French Club 4; junior Year Abroad 3. 
KIMENHOUR, DOUGLAS A. RD. #2 
Box 117. Gttsville. Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 
4. 

KLASS, CATHERINE A. 112 N. 
Hillside Dr.. Exton. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; NSSHA 
4. 

KLEBACK, LINDA A. (PAZICSJ P.O. 
Box 143, Uwchland. Sigma Tau Delta 
4. 

KLINE, STEVEN R. Box 569 Church 
Rd.. Perkiomenville. Phi Epsilon 
Kappa 2. 3, 4; Golf 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Tennis 1; Wrestling 2: 
Majors Club 3, 4. 

KLINE, TERESA J. 5 Bramot Blvd., 
Landisville. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 
3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE 1, 2. 3. 4; 
PSEA 4; Women's Glee Club 1, 2. 3; 
Elem. Math Majors Club 2. 3. 4. 
KLOCKOWSKI, JOHN M. 10 School 
St., Sherburne, NY. RHA 3, 4; Pi Mu 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2; Boxing 3 
Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3 
Darlington Biological Society 1. 2, 3, 4 
SETS Crew 1, 2: Newman 1, 2, 3. 4 
WCSC-ETV 1. 2; RA. 
KNASTER, THOMAS E. P.O. Box 294, 
Frederick. Accounting Club 3. 4; Com- 
petitive Speech Team 2; Marching 
Band 1; Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4. 
KNITTEL, LAURIE 2915 Mt. Carmel 
Ave.. North Hills. Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 

KOCHER, LINDA A. 191 Anderson 
Rd., King of Prussia. Psychology Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 3: Marching Band 3. 
KOFFMAN, CARYN J. (JACKSON) 
333 Harrison Ave.. Elkins Park. 



KOHLER, SUSAN L. 26 W. Henry PI., 
Iselin. N). Marching Band 2. 3. 
KORNAK, MARIA P. 
KORNSEY, MICHAEL J. 1112 E. Tioga 
St., Phila. Intramurals 3, 4; Earth and 
Space Cluh 3, 4; Student Employment 

2, 3, 4; Brandywine Valley Assoc. Con- 
servation Scholarship 4; Friars 
Scholarship Award 4. 
KOSTANS, JOHN E. 140 Wellington 
Rd.. Upper Darby. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 
KRAFT, DOUGLAS L. 196 Arden Rd., 
Conshohocken. Track and Field 2, 3. 
KRAFT, MARK R. 20 Shawnee Rd., 
Trumbull, CT. Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4: 
Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2. Sec. 3. V. Pres. 4; 
MENC 1, 2. 3, 4; Chamber Choir 1, 2, 3; 
College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed 
Choir 1; Musica Antigua 1; Men's 
Chorus 1, 2: Woodwind Ensemble 2, 3, 
4; Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 3, 4. 
KRAMER, MARSHA L. 4 Reservation 
Trail, Glen Riddle. 

KRAPF, CAROL A. 2612 Ashwood Dr., 
Havertown. Intramurals 3, 4; Law 
Club 4; Concert Band 1; Marching 
Band 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1. 
KRAUS, MARIA L. 2230 Weir Rd., 
Aston. Delta Zeta 3, 4; Nursing Club 4; 
Intramurals 3; SNAP 4. 
KRAUS, WILLIAM R. Ark Rd., Med- 
ford, NJ. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Phi Mu 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; 
MENC 2, 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 1, 2; 
Concert Bandl: Marching Band 1,2, 3, 
4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 2; 
Sinfonietta 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 4, 
KRAYNAK, JUDITH A. 131 1st Ave.. 
Phoenixville. RHA 3; Kappa Delta Pi 

3, 4; Delta Zeta 3, 4: PSEA 4; Newman 
1; Student Employment 3, 4; Tyson 
Social Chair. 3. 

KUCHARSKI, EDWARD B. 85 Duval 
St., Bridgewater, NJ. Boxing 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Marching Band 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Mini-Outward Bound 3. 
KUERSCHNER, STEPHEN E. 613 Ver- 
non Rd.. Springfield. Little Theatre 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Theatre 208 
Productions 2, 3, 4; Hillel 2, 3, 4. 
KURTAS, CHARLENE B. Box 14, Kim- 
berton. Law Club 2; Young 
Republicans 2; WCUR 3, 4; Student 
Academic Affairs 3. 
KUSNERSYK, JOSEPH B. Box 470 
R.D. #2, Parkesburg. Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon 4; Veterans Club 1. 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2; Student Employment 3. 
KYPER, THOMAS W. BIG Mt. Vernon 
Ave.. Huntington. Baseball 1. 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 3: Track and Field 2. 3, 4. 




SUSAN L. KOHLER 
B.S. Nursing 



IVIARIA P. KORNAK 
B.A. Sociology/ 
Anthropology 



MICHAEL J. KORNSEY 
B.A. Earth and 
Space Science 



JOHN E. KOSTANS 

B.S. Health and 
Phys. Ed. /Recreation 




DOUGLAS L. KRAFT 
B.A. Marketing 



MARK R. KRAFT 
B.S. Music Ed. 



MARSHAL. KRAMER 
B.S. Elem. Ed. /Special Ed. 



CAROL A. KRAPF 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




MARIA L. KRAUS 
B.S. Nursing 



WILLIAM R. KRAUS JUDITH A. KRAYNAK EDWARD B. KUCHRSKI 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed./Reading B.S. Criminal Justice 




STEPHEN E. KUERSCHNER CHARLENE B. KURTAS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Marketing 



JOSEPH B. KUSNERSYK 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



THOMAS W. KYPER 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 

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LABIAK, ROSEANN 327 Gooselown 
Rd.. R.D. #1. Coalesville. Swimming 
and Diving 2. 3; Anderson Math Club 

1. 2. 3. Treas. 4: Inlramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. 
LABINGER, SUSAN B. 733 S. Walnut 
St.. #25, West Chester. Women's 
Chours 1; Hlllel 1: Quad 2. 
LACROIX, LISA A. Bid 5-6-7 Arbor 
Green. Beverly. N|. Phi Epsilon Kappa 

2. 3. 4: Intramiirals 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball 1; 
Majors Club 1. 2. 3, 4. 

LACY, LORl A. 605 Whitney Ave., 
Reading. Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2. 3, 
4; Campus Crusade for Christ 2, 3. 
LAFFERTY, MARY L. 1116 Glenview 
St., Phila. Dorm Council 1, 2; Theta 
Chi-Daughters 3. 4; Outing Club 1; 
Psycholngy Club 1; Social Welfare 
Club 3. 4; Young Democrats 1. 
LALLI, PATRICIA L. 747 Locust Ave., 
Andalusia. Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4; 
Linguistics 3. 4— Vice-Pres.; Women's 
Glee Club 4. 

LAMBERT, SUSAN A. 705 W. Market 
St.. West Chester. CAS 2: IGA 2; Phi 
Alpha Theta 3. 4; Phi Mu Alpha 4; 
Historical Society 2. Treas. 3. 4; Psy- 
cholog>- Club 4; Women's Center 3, 
4 — Pres.: Quad Angles 2. 
LAMONT, LINDA LEE 3529 Durban 
PL, Cornwells Heights. 
LAMPE, ABBIE A. 4136 Presidential 
Dr.. Lafayette Hill. Equestrian Clubl: 
Little Theatre Club 1. 2. 3; Theatre 208 
Productions 1. 2; College Choir 3. 4; 
Marching Band 1. Silk Capt. 2, 3. 
4 — Sec; Women's Chorus 1. 2. 
LANCASTER, DENISE E. 5821 
Webster St.. Phila. 

LANDIS, JANE P. 21 Sixth St., Red 
Hill. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Alpha Xi 
Delta 2. Fund Raiser 3, Historian 4; 
Volleyball 2. 3; ACE 3, 4; PSEA 4. 
LANCE, MARJORIE E. 833 Rosary 
La., West Chester. Pi Gamma Mu 4; 
Accounting Society 3, 4; French Club 
1. 

LANTZ, DAWN P. 1061 Willowbrook 
La.. Media. Class Officers 1; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1. 2. 3. 4; Nursing Club 
1. 2. 3. 4; Women's Glee Club 3; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2; SNAP 
1. 2. 3. 4. 

LARKIN. DEBORAH J. 1811 Carson 
Dr.. Norristown. Bowling 1; In- 
lramurals 1. 2; Rugby 1; Swimming 
and Diving 2. 

LAROSS, TINA 269 Wyoming Ave., 
Audubon. N|. Phi Epsilon Pi 3, 4; 
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Tennis 1. 2. 
LAUBACH, WILLIAM B. 96 Prospect 
Terrace. Tenafly. NJ. Theatre 208 
Productions 1. 2; Mixed Choir 4; 
Men's Chorus 1. 4. 




ROSEANN LABIAK SUSAN B. LABINGER LISA A. LACROIX LOR! A. LACY 

B.S. Malhemalics B. A. Speech Commun. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. /Rec. 





MARY L. LAFFERTY PATRICIA L. LALLI SUSAN A. LAMBERT LINDA LEE LAMONT 

B.S. Social Welfare B.S.English B.A. History B.S. Criminal Juslice 



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ABBIE A. LAMPE 
B.S. Music Ed. 



DENISE E.LANCASTER JANE P. LANDIS MARJORIE E. LANGE 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Accounting 




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DAWN P. LANTZ 
B.S. Nursing 



DEBORAH J. LARKIN TINA LAROSS WILLIAM B. LAUBACH 

B.S. HeahhandPhys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Psychology 






RICHARD LAVENDER 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



JOHN P. LAWLER 
B. A. History 



JEFFREY T.LAWSHE 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



RICHARD D. LAYTON 
B.S. Music Ed. 




MELINDA A. LECRONE 
B.S. Music Ed. 



SUSAN E. LEENOV 
B.S. Chemistry 



VICTORIA J. LEESE 
B.S. Speech Pathology 



ROCHELLE S. LEFEVER 
B.S. Music Ed. 



LAVENDER, RICHARD E. 197 

Seminole Ave., Norwood. 
LAWLER, JOHN P. 1564 Burmont Rd., 
Havertown. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Rugby 2. 
LAWSHE, JEFFREY T, 6 Welshman 
Court, Caldwell, NJ. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 
4; Golf 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

LAYTON, RICHARD D. 2400 
Larchwood Rd., Wilmington, DE. 
College Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1; 
Criterions 4: Marching Band 1. 2; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 2. 
LECRONE, MELINDA A. 490 
Ardmore La., York. IGA 4; Ragtime 
Ensemble 3; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; Bel 
Canto 1; College Choir 3; Concert 
Choir 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Musica Antigua 1, 2; 
Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Woodwind En- 
semble 1; Wind Ensemble 1. 
LEENOV, SUSAN E. 1725 Levering 
PI., Bethlehem. Alchemists Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Hillel 1. 

LEESE, VICTORIA J. 26 Medbury Rd., 
Wallingford. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Speech 
Path, and Audiology Club 3, 4. 
LEFEVER, ROCHELLE S. 116 Casey 
Dr., Willow Street. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma 
Alpha Iota 3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 3; College 
Choir 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Women's 
Chorus 1, 2; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 2, 3, 4. 




LENGEL, LORI K. 1509 Durwood Ct. 
Reading. Social Welfare Club 3. 4. 
LERSCH, SUSAN 206 S. Walnut St., 
West Chester. Law Club 3. 4; In- 
Iramurals 3, 4. 

LESAGE, CATHERINE C. 209 

Burnside Ave.. Jeffersonville. Swim- 
ming and Diving 1. 
LESLIE. BETTY A. 2314 Gring Dr.. 
Whitfield. Reading. College Choir 4; 
Mixed Choir 1. 2; Women's Chorus 1. 
2. 

LEVINE. PHYLLIS 2401 Heather Rd., 
Wilmington. DE. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Modern Dance 2: CEC 4: Hillel 3. 4. 
LEWIS, BRENT Curley Mill Rd., Chal- 
fant. Phi Mu Alpha 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 
4; MENC 1, 2. 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 
3; Marching Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Choir 1: Men's Chorus 1. 
LIMBERGER, ELIZABETH R. 413 Bir- 
mingham Rd., West Chester. Phi Ep- 
silon Kappa 3. 4; Hockey 1 ; Swimming 
and Diving 1. 

LINGENFELTER. BRUCE E. 726 Shef- 
field Dr., Springfield. Historical 
Society 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 4; 
Marching Band 1; Serpentine 3. 



LORI K. LENGEL 

B.A. Social Welfare 



SUSAN LERSCH CATHERINE C. LESAGE BETTY A. LESLIE 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music 




PHYLLIS LEVINE 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Special Ed. 



BRENT LEWIS ELIZABETH R. LIMBERGER BRUCE E. LINGENFELTER 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. History 




KIMBERLYS.LISK STEVEN M. LITZENBERG JEANNE M. LIVESEY 

B.S. Nursing B.S. Marketing B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CINDY L.LOFLIN 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




JANETJ.LOJEWSKA 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



LAWRENCE T. LOLL! RICHARD R. LONDON 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Computer Science 



MIGDALIA LOPEZ 
B.S. Public Health 




MARY E. LORD TERRILOSCALZO SHARON A. LOWRY LUCY C. LUCADAMO 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Nursing B.S. Speech Pathology 




LISK, KIMBERLY S. 113 Fairview St., 

Macungie. 

LITZENBERG, STEVEN M. 1313 
BonAir Terrace, Havertown. In- 
tramurals 3, 4. 

LIVESEY, JEANNE M. Bergstrom Rd., 
R.D. #2, Doylestown. IGA 4: Alpha 
Lambda Delta 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 
4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, Editor 4: 
MENC 2, 3, 4; College Choir 3, 4; Con- 
cert Band 1, 3; Marching Band 1, 
General Assembly 2, 3. 4; Symphonic 
Band 2, 3, 4; Vice Presidential Search 
Committee 4: Senior Activities Com- 
mittee 4. 

LOFLIN, CINDY L. 11 Patton Dr., 
Ardmore. Lambda Chi Alpha 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LOJEWSKA, JANET J. 3011 Livingston 
St., Phila. OCSA 2, 3; Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2; CEC 3, 4. 
LOLLI, LAWARENCE T. 106 Lantoga 
Rd., Wayne. Phi Mu Alpha 4; MENC 1, 
2, 3, 4; College Choir 3, 4; Mixed Choir 
1, 2; Musica Antigua 1, 2: Men's 
Chorus 1, 2; String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LONDON, RICHARD R. 1413 Darby 
Rd., Havertown. Intramurals 3; Com- 
puter Club 3, 4; Delco AZA 3, 4; West 
Chester Coalition for Human Rights 4. 
LOPEZ, MIGDALL\ 620 W. Mayfield 
St., Phila. SSU 2. 3, 4. 
LORO, MARY E. 624 Andrew Rd., 
Springfield. PSEA 4; CEC 4. 
LOSCALZO, TERRI Godfrey Rd., 
Villanova. RHA 1, 2, 3; Delta Zeta 
Social Chairperson 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 

1, 2, 3. 4: Art Association 1, 2; Law 
Club 3, 4: Lambda Alpha Epsilon 3. 4. 
LOWRY, SHARON A. 1822 Wayne 
Dr., Norristown. Nursing Club 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Glee Club 2, 3. 
LUCADAMO, LUCY C. 220 E. 6th St., 
Hazleton. Speech Path, and Audiology 
Club 1, 2. 3. 4. 

LUTZ, CAROLYN M. 2892 Highland 
Ave., ISroomall. Community Service 1, 

2, 3; Sociology Club 2; Social Welfare 
Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LUTZ, PAMELA E. 105 Elise Dr., 
Butler. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Badminton 
1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4: South Campus Finance Com- 
mittee 3. 4. 

LUX, LISETTE L. 205 Crump Rd., Ex- 
ton. Commuter Government 1, 2; An- 
derson Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
LYDON, BARBARA A. 112 Windridge 
Dr., West Chester. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; SAM 4. 



CAROLYN M. LUTZ 
B.A. Social Welfare 



PAMELA E. LUTZ 

B.S. Health and 

Phys. Ed. /Recreation 



LISETTE L. LUX 
B.S. Mathematics 



BARBARA A. LYDON 
B.S. Marketing 



LYON, MARGARET A. 4866 Candy 
La . Manliiis. NY. Abbe Society 3. 4; 
Alpha Lambda Delia 1, 2, 3. 4; Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4: ACE 1; PSEA 4: Student 
Employment 2. 3, 4: Who's Who 4. 

MACCIA, PHYLLIS A. 1075 
Allenprove St., Phila. 
MAGER. PAMELA A. 822 Crooked 
La.. King of Prussia. Linguistics 4; 
Speech Pathology & Audiology Club 4. 
MAHER. EILEEN M. C29 Ramsgate 
Court. West Chester. RHA 1, 2; Theta 
Chi 3. 4; ACE 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MAHONEY, MARYLEE 1325 Mary 
Jane La.. West Chester. Alpha Xi Delta 
2. 3— Treas.. 4— Pres.; Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 2. 3: National Student 
Speech & Hearing Assoc. 4 — Pres. 
MALLM, NANCY P. Lexington St., 
Red Bank, NJ. Alpha Phi 1. 2, 3. 4; 
SAM 4: Intramurals 2. 3. 
MALIK, NAEEM 304 E. Marshall St., 
Apt. 922. West Chester. Tennis 1; 
Volleyball 1. 2; International House 1. 

2, 3. i. 

MANDES, ROBERT L. 110 Price St., 
West Chester. Soccer 3; Weight Lifting 
2. 

MANEGO, LINDA D. 5329 Stiles St., 
Phila. BSD 1. 2. 3. 4; Kappa Omicron 
Tau 4: Gospel 1, 2, 3: Student Employ- 
ment 1. 2. 3. 

MANGLE, STEVEN D. 
MANLEY, CAROL R. 53 Snyder La., 
Springfield. Speech Path & Audiology 
Club 3. 4. 

MANNING. CHRISTINE M. North 
La.. Conshocken. PSEA 4, 
MANNING. THOMAS J. 11 Powell 
Rd., Springfield. Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; 
SAM 3. 4. 

MARCHETTI, NANCY A. 2858 
Limekiln Pike. North Hills. Nursing 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Ski Club 4; Marching 
Band 1. 2. 

MARIANL JUDITH A. 1318 High St., 
Potlslown. 

MARQUEZ, MARYLOU 2211 Watkins 
St.. Phila. Spanish Student Union 1. 2. 

3, 4: Law Club 4; Who's Who 4; Peer 
Counselor (SPA) HEOP. 




MARGARET A. LYON PHYLLIS A. 1V1ACCH1A PAMELA A. MAGER 

B.S. Early Child. /Sp. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology 



EILEEN M. MAHER 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




MARYLEE MAHONEY NAEEM MALIK 

B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Bus. Administration 



NANCY P. MALLM 
B.S. Marketing 



ROBERT L. MANDES 
B.S. Bus. Administration 





LINDA D. MANEGO 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



STEVEN D. MANGLE CAROL R. MANLEY CHRISTINE M. MANNING 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. 




298 



THOMAS ]. MANNING NANCY A. MARCHETTI JUDITH MARIANI 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Nursing B.S. Nursing 



MARYLOU MARQUEZ 
B.S. Criminal [uslice 




GEORGE A. MARSHALL NANCY J. MARSHALL LAWRENCE R. MARSILI ISABEL M. MARTINO 

B. A. Psychology B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal (uslice B.A.Russian 




DENNIS). MARTUCCI MICHAEL MASLOWSKI JUDY A. MASTERNAK MARK E. MATEY 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Speech Commu. B.S. Mus. Ed. and His. W. Cul. B.S. Elementary Ed. 





CAROL A. MATHEKA RICHARD R. MAUCK LINDA J. MAURER JOHN C MAYER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Music Ed. 




MARSHALL, GEORGE A. 60 Brennan 
Dr., Bryn Mawr. Track & Field 4. 

MARSHALL, NANCY J. 726 Rively 
Ave.. Glenolden. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Young Democrats 1, 2; Women's Glee 
Club 3; Student Employment 1. 2; Off 
Campus Student Assoc. 4. 
MARSILI, LAWRENCE R. 1007 Lower 
Pleasant Ave., Peckville. Lambda 
Alpha Epsilon 4; Baseball 1, 2; In- 
tramurals 3. 

MARTINO, ISABEL M. Rt. 611, Dan- 
boro. Alpha Mu Gamma 3, 4; Law 
Club 3, 4; Russian Club 2— Sec, 
3 — Treas., 4 — Pres. 

MARTUCCI, DENNIS J. 975 Holland 
Rd., Holland. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; 
Athletic Trainers 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4. 

MASLOWSKI, MICHAEL A. 733 S. 
Walnut St., Apt. 35, West Chester. 
RHA 1; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Quad 
Angles 4 — Adver. Mgr.; WCUR 
1— Sales Mgr., 2, 3, 4. 
MASTERNAK, JUDY A. 115 Black Hill 
Rd., Plymouth Meeting. Kappa Delta 
Pi 3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 

2, 3; Marching Band 1; Mixed Choir 1, 
2; Sinfonietta 2; Symphony Orchestra 

1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2; Wood- 
wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3; PMEA Exec. 
Council Student Rep. 4. 

MATEY, MARK E. 26 Stonehenge La., 
Malvern. 

MATHEKA, CAROL A. 152 Orient 
Way, Rutherford, NJ. Intramurals 1, 2, 

3, 4; Track & Field 3, 4; Majors Club 4; 
Track Club 3, 4. 

MAUCK, RICHARD R. 3920 Grace 
Rd., Harrisburg. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1, 2; Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MAURER, LINDA J. 521 Pine St., 
Darby. Lacrosse 1; Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 1, 2, 3. 

MAYER, JOHN G. PO Box 485. Con- 
cordville. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 
3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 

2, 3; Concert Band 3, 4; Criterions 1; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 1, 
2; Musica Antigua 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Chorus 1, 2; Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 
4 — Photographer. 

MAYO, DIANE L. 101 Charlan Circle, 
Cherry Hill, N). Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 
3 — Ritualist Standards Chairman. 
4— V.P. 

MCALLISTER, ROBERT J. 149 N. 
Chruch Rd., Clifton Heights. WCUR 4. 
MCCAFFREY, CHRISTINE C. 229 S. 

Warner St., Woodbury, NJ. 
MCCARTHY, BRYAN S. 510 Circle 
Dr., Havertown. Wrestling 1, 2. 



DIANE L. MAYO ROBERT J. MCALLISTER CHRISTINE MCCAFFREY BRYAN S. MCCARTHY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.A. Communications B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




McCAY, JOANNE 210 W. Lincoln St., 
Media. 

Mccormick, cheryl a. 2936 

Sloney Creek Rd.. N'orristown. 

McCOY, THERESA M. 723 Dunwoody 
Dr.. Springfield. Intramurals 2; SAM 
3. 

McCRACKEN, WILLIAM T. 13 

College Ave.. West Chester. Ac- 
counting Society 3, 4. 
McCULLOUGH, ALVERDA M. 2209 
Ritter St.. Phila. WCUR 1. 2; Student 
Employment 1. 2. 3. 4. 

McDERMOTT, ELLEN M. 106 School 
House La., Ardmore. CUAB 3. 4: In- 
tramurals 2, 3; Serpentine 3. 4. 

McDERMOTT, MARY ANN K. 42 

Tenth Ave., Collegeville. Kappa Delta 
Pi 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: ACE 3; 
PSEA 4: Newman 1, 2. 3. 4. 

McDonald, timothy r. 241 

Brendwood Dr., Langhorne. Basket- 
ball 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. 
McELWEE, ANDREW 106 Verona Rd., 
Broomall. Ski Club 1. 2, 3, 4; SAM 4. 
McFADDEN, BARBARA A. 2439 
Colonial Dr., Boothwyn. Phi Epsilon 
Kappa 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Lacrosse 1, 2; Athletic Trainer 2, 3. 4. 
McFADDEN, HARRY J. 1809 Eckard 
Ave.. Abington. Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 
— Sec, 4: Theatre Dance Group 3; 
Theatre 208 Productions 1. 2. 3, 4 — 
Pres.: West Chester Musical Theatre 
Co. 1,2— Director, 3. 4. 
McGINLEY, MICHAEL J. 250 Dana 
St., Wilkes-Barre. Phi Epsilon Kappa 
4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Swimming & 
Diving 1, 2. 3. 4; Track & Field 2. 

McGIRR. CATHERINE L. 21 Helena 
Ave.. Larchmont. \]. NSSHA 4 — Sec. 

McGLINCY, SHARON E. 232 Colmar 
Dr.. King of Prussia. 

McGOOHAN, HELEN R. 123 N. Cedar 
La., Upper Darby. MENC 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2: String Ensemble 1, 2, 
3, 4: Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Chorus 1, 2: Student Employment 4. 



i 




JOANNE McCAY 
B.A. Special Ed./ 
Mentally Retarded 



CHERYL A. Mccormick theresa m. McCoy 

B.A. Psychology B.S. Bus. Management 







WILLIAM T. McCRACKEN ALVERDA M. McCULLOUGH ELLEN M. McDERMOTT MARY ANN K. McDERMOTT 
B.S. Accounting B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 





TIMOTHY R. McDonald ANDREW McELWEE BARBARA A. McFADDEN HARRY J. McFADDEN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Theatre Arts 




MICHAEL |. McGINLEY 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



CATHERINE L. McGIRR 
B.S. Speech Pathology 



SHARON E. McGLINCY 
B.S. Nursing 



HELEN R. McGOOHAN 
B.S. Music Ed. 




■ ' "]p ! ~'! 






KAREN M.McGOVERN MARGARET MclNERNEY DARRELL A. McKAHAND SUSAN C. McKEE 

B. A. Social Welfare B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Social Work B.S. Criminal Justice 




LAURA N.McKEEHAN CHRISTOPHER T. McKENNA JUDITH C. McLAUGHLIN MARIANNE P. McLAUGHLIN 
B.S. Nursing B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Early Childhood Ed./ B.S. Elementary Ed. 

Special Ed. 



McGOVERN, KAREN M. 103 Tasker 
Ave.. Shillington. Social Welfare Club 
3, 4. 

MclNERNEY, MARGARET 48 
Howley Dr., Morrisville. Intramurals 

1, 2. 3, 4; Speech Path & Audiology 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

McKAHAND, DARRELL A. 124 North 
Ruby St., Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; IGA 1 — 
Pres. of Class. 

McKEE, SUSAN C. 800 Deer Rd., Bryn 
Mawr. Law Club 3, 4. 
McKEEHAN, LAURA N. 686 Mount 
View Rd., Berwyn. International Ex- 
change Program 2, 3; Outing Club 1, 2; 
Nursing Club 1 — Pres., 2, 3. 4; Food 
Service Committee 1; Women's Glee 
Club 12; Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 

2, 3, 4; SNAP 1, 2. 

McKENNA, CHRISTOPHER T. 11 
Fairview Dr., St. Davids. Ice Hockey 4; 
SAM 4. 

McLAUGHLIN, JUDITH C. 313 San- 
ford Rd., Upper Darby. Commuter 
Government 1 — Asst. Sec, 2 — VP; 
IGA 1, 2; Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 
4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alphi Phi 3,4 — 
InterGreek Council — Sec; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE 4; PSEA 4; 
Newman 3; Rampage 3, 4; Student 
Employment 1, 2, 3, 4. 
McLAUGHLIN, MARIANNE P. 201 
Rogers Rd., Norristown. ACE 1; In- 
tramurals 2, 3. 





MCLEOD, PAUL 8230 Fayetle St., 
Phila. Inlramurals 2, 4; BSU 3, 4. 
MCMANUS, CHARLES G. 110 Forest 
Ave., Willow Grove. Boxing 1, 2; 
Rugby 2, 3, 4; SETS Crew 1, 2, 3; In- 
lramurals 1, 2. 3, 4. 

MCMENAMIN, KAREN M. 223 

Virginia Ave.. Milmont Park. Alpha 
Lambda Delia 1, 2; SAM 4. 
MCMONAGLE, JOHN E. 1475 Brad- 
dock La., Pennwynne. Intramurals 1. 
2, 3, 4; Karate Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 
MELONL DOUGLAS A, 28 David Dr., 
Thornton. Ice Hockey 1, 2; Floor 
Hockey Inlramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MELNICK, THOMAS M. 1519 
Brierwood Rd., Haverlown. Thela Chi 
2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1. 
MEMMI. JOHN M. 428 W. Areba 
Ave.. Hershey. Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MENNA, ANN T. 1202 Walnut St., 
Coatesville. Track Club 2; Intramurals 
2. 3. 





PAUL MCLEOD CHARLES G. MCNANUS KAREN M. MCMENAMIN JOHN E. MCMONAGLE 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Bus. Management 




THOMAS M. MELNICK DOUGLAS A. MELONI JOHN M. MEMMI ANN T. MENNA 

B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Accounting B.S. Earth/Space Science B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




JANET T. MERCADANTE 
B.S. English 



JANEE. MERTZ 
B.S. English 



MARKS.METZ DONNA M. METZGER 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Nursing 




CINDY P. MEYROWITZ THEODORE J. MICUCCl AUDREY L. MIDDLEMAN LESLIE M. MIDDLETON 
B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Accounting B.A. English B.S. Elementary Ed. 





ikmk 




JAMES S. MILLAR BRIAN S. MILLER CINDY H. MILLER 

B.A. History B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Political Science 



CRAIG F. MILLER 
B.S. Criminal Justice 




MERCADANTE, JANET T. 609 

Michell St., Ridley Park. Student Af- 
fairs Council 3, 4; Community Service 
3. 4; Lacrosse 2, 3. 

MERTZ, JANE E. R.D.#1 Grubb Rd., 
Pottstown. PSEA 4; Women's Glee 
Club 4: Campus Crusade for Christ 4; 
Serpentine 3 — Literary Ed. 4. 

METZ, MARK S. 746 S. Franklin St., 
3B, West Chester. IGA 2; Alpha Lamda 
Delta 2, 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 
4— Sec; MENC 1, 2— Exec. Council 3, 
4; Brass Ensemble 12; College Choir 3, 
4; Concert Band 1, 2. 3; Marching Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Chorus 1, 2— Pres.; 
Symphonic Band 4; 1776 1. 
METZGER, DONNA M. 2174 
Winthrop Rd., Huntingdon Valley. In- 
tramurals 2; Nursing Student Services 
Rep. 4; Nursing Newsletter 4 — Co-ed.; 
Planned Parenthood 4; Utah Student 
Nurse Aide 4; International House 2, 
3. 

MEUROWITZ, CINDY P. 4830 
Roosevelt Blvd., Phila. Speech Path & 
Audiology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2. 4. 

MICUCCl, THEODORE J. 425 Brook 
St., Bristol. Intramurals 3, 4. 
MIDDLEMAN, AUDREY L. 395 
Westbourne Dr.. Broomall. Daedelus 
1; Quad Angels 1. 

MILLAR, JAMES S. 3701 Meyer La., 
Hatboro. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 1, 2, 3— Tres. (3), 4— Pres. 
MILLER, BRL\N S. 216 N. 10th St., 
Kulpmont. Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4; Track & Field 3; FCA 1, 2; 
Italian Club 3. 4; International Club 3, 
4. 

MILLER, CINDY H. Box 79 Bow- 
mansville. Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 2, 
3— Tres. 4; Wresthng Belles 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1 ; Student Employment 2. 
MILLER, CRAIG F. 146 Merion Ave., 
Aldan. Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
MILLER, DAVID M. 354 S. Potomac 
St., Waynesboro. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MILLER, DONNA L. 900 N. Orange 
St.. Media. Equestrian Club 1; Law 
Club 1; MENC 1, 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 
4; College Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 

2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3— Squad 
Leader, 4— Squad Leader Librarian; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 3, 4; 
International Trumpet Guild 4 — Sec. 
MILLER, JEFFERY 

MILLER, NANCY J. 1323 Creek Rd., 
RD 5, West Chester. 



DAVID M. MILLER DONNA L. MILLER JEFFERY MILLER NANCY J. MILLER 

B.S. Health Ed. B.S. Social Studies B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Accounting 



MILLS. ANDREW T. 39 N. Hillside 
Dr.. Coopersburg. Thela Chi 2. 3, 4 — 
Chaplain. Corresponding Sec; 
Baseball 1: Inlramurals 3. 4. 
MILNE, TODD D. 333 Echo Valley La.. 
Newlon Square. Darlington Biological 
Society 3. 4 — Pres.; Inlramurals 4. 
MINARD. KATfiLEEN M. 746 S. 
Franklin St.. Apt. 5B. West Chester. 
Alpha Phi 2. 3. 4 — Quarterly Corres. 
& Hostess: Social Welfare 2." 3. 4. 
MINNIS. WILLIAM A. 1607 Wood- 
mere Way. Haverlown. Football 1, 2, 
3; Intramiirals 1. 2. 3, 4; Wrestling 2; 
Student Employment 1. 2. 3. 4; Judicial 
Board 1. 2. 3. 4; Cuisine Student 
Manager 4. 

MISKEWICZ, KATHLEEN M. 426 City 
Line Ave.. Phoenixville, ACE 1; 
NAEYC 4: PSEA 4. 
MISSIRAS, PETER J. 236 Hemlock La., 
Springfield. RHA 2. 3; Alpha Phi 
Omega 2. 3 — Tres.. 4 — Pres.: Ac- 
counting Society 3. 4: Quad Angles 1, 2 
— Adver. Mgr. 

MITCHELL, DANIEL 647 Hope Rd., 
Lakevvood. NiJ. Brass Ensemble 3. 4; 
Concert Band 1. 2: Criterions 3: 
Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Mixed Choir 
1; Musica Antigua 3: Men's Chorus 1; 
Symphony Orchestra 3, 4: Inlramurals 
1. 2, 3. 

MITCHELL. ROBERT A. 108 Ridge 
Rd.. Chaddsford. Theta Chi 3, 4; 
Rugby 4: Alchemists Club 3. 4; 
Darlington Biological Society 3, 4 — 
Pres.: Ski Club 4. 

MIXNER, EILEEN M. 1937 Maple 
Ave.. Croydon. Law Club 3. 
MONACO. GARY M. 2291 Packard 
Ave.. Huntingdon Valley. RHA 3, 4; 
Community Service 3, 4: Friars 3, 4; 
Boxing 1. 2. 3. 4; Cross Country 1; In- 
door Track 1. 4: Inlramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Track & Field 4: WCUR 1. 2. 
MONACO. MARIANNE A. RR. 1 
Canal Run West. Washington Cross- 
ing. Phi Epsiion Kappa 2. 3, 4 — Sec; 
Archery 1; Golf 2, 3 — Mgr.; Gym- 
nastics 1; Intramuals 1, 2. 3, 4; Majors 
Club 1 ; Dance Production Workshop 3. 
4. 

MONCAVAGE, JUDY A. 34 Penn 
Ave., Coatesville. Theta Chi 2; 
Softball 2: Volleyball 2; Wrestling 
Belles 3. 

MONTEMURO, MARK M. 831 
Cricket Rd., Secane. Anderson Math 
Club 3; Majors Club 4; Ski Club 1, 2. 3, 
4. 

MONTGOMERY, LAURIE 844 Stirl- 
ing St., Coatesville. Pi Gamma Mu 4. 
MONTGOMERY, PAULA M. 205 N. 
Everhart St., A-4, West Chester. BSU 
1. 2, 3, 4; IGA 2; Martin L. King 
Scholarship Committee 4; Student 
Employment 2. 3. 4; Who's Who 4. 

MOORE, DEBORAH D. 515 6th Ave., 
Folsom. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; IGA 3; Kappa 
Omicron Tau 3, 4; Inlramurals 2; 
Program Board 3; Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4. 




ANDREW T.MILLS TODD D. MILNE KATHLEEN M. MINARD WILLIAM A. MINNIS 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B. A. Natural Science/Biology B. A. Social Welfare B.S. Criminal fustice 





KATHLEEN M. MISKEWICZ PETER J. MISSIRAS DANIEL MITCHELL ROBERT A. MITCHELL 

B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Accounting B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Biology 





EILEEN M. MIXNER 
B.S. Criminal justice 



GARY M.MONACO MARIANNE A. MONACO JUDY A. MONCAVAGE 

B.S. Criminal justice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Public Health 





MARK M. MONTEMURO LAURIE MONTGOMERY PAULA M. MONTGOMERY DEBORAH D. MOORE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal justice B.S. Accounting B.S. Nursing 





KATHLEEN M.MOORE MARYBETH MOORE 

B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. B.S. Marketing 



PRISCILLA J. MOORE 
B.S. History 



KAREN E.MORAN 
B.S. Accounting 





MARYK. MORAN 
B.A. Literature 



CYNTHIA L. MORGAN VALERIE L. MORONEY DEBORAH A. MORRIS 

B.S. Mariceting B.S. Accounting B.S.Spanish/French 




JAMES E. B. MORRISON KATHRYN A. MORTON MICHAEL P. MORTON MELANIE D. MOSER 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Math B.A. Government and Politic* B.S. Elementary Ed. 





MOORE, KATHLEEN M. 331 W. 10th 
Ave.. Conshohocken. Abbe Society 3, 
4; Alpha Phi 1,2 — Panhellenic Rep., 3 
— Tres., 4 — VP; PSEA 4; Intramurals 
3. 4; CEC 3. 4. 

MOORE, MARYBETH 1027 School St., 
Sharon Hill. RHA 1 — Floor Rep.; Lit- 
tle Theatre Club 1 — Sec; SAM 4; In- 
tramuals 4. 

MOORE, PRISCILLA J. 420 Walnut 
St., Coatesville. Historv Club 4; Phi 
Alpha Theta 4. 

MORAN, KAREN E. 2629 Mill Rd., 
Boothwyn. Accounting Society 3, 4. 
MORAN, MARY K. 211 Conestoga 
Rd., Wayne. 

MORGAN, CYNTHIA L. 14 
Wilderness Way. Chadds Ford. 

MORONEY, VALERIE L. 47 Oakland 

Dr.. Downingtown. SAM 4; Ac- 
counting Society 3, 4. 
MORRISON, JAMES E.B. RD #1 Box 
137, Thomasville. MENC 4; Criterions 
2; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Choir 1; Men's Chorus 1; Symphonic 
Band 3. 4; Soloist, Crossmen 2, 3, 4. 
MORTON, KATHRYN A. 191 Fox- 
catcher La., Media. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Mu 
Epsilon 3, 4 — Sec; Anderson Math 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1. 
MORTON, MICHAEL P. RD #2 Box 
321G, Glennmore. Student Rep. to 
Dept. Mtg. 4. 

MORRIS, DEBORAH A. 109 
Bartholomew Rd., Berwyn. CAS 4; 
RHA 2, 3 — Dorm Council; IGA 3, 4 — 
Pres.; Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Mu Gamma 3, 4; Spanish Club 
1; Spanish Student Union 3, 4; New- 
man 1; Junior Year Abroad 3; Who's 
Who. 

MOSER, MELANIE D. 1022 Lakeview 
Terrace. Pennsburg. Alpha Xi Delta 2, 
3, 4 — Sec; Volleyball 2, 3; Pan- 
hellenic Tres. 4; PSEA 4. 
MOSTELLER, ROSEMARY 725 Port 
Providence Rd.. Phoenixville. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4. 

MOYER, CHARLOTTE J. Parkview 
Dr. C21, Phoenixville. 
MOYER, KAREN L. R.D. #1 Bard Rd., 
Pottstown. RHA 1, 2; Theta Chi 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3: 
ACE 4. 

MUGGLER, LORI R. 2665 Terwood 
Hill Dr., Willow Grove. Kayak & 
Canoe Club 1; PSEA 4; International 
Students Assoc. 2, 3 — Sec, 4. 



ROSEMARY MOSTELLER CHARLOTTE J. MOYER 
B.S. Elementary Ed. B.A. Geography 



KAREN L. MOYER 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



LORI R. MUGGLER 
B.S. Elementary Ed./ 
Mentally Retarded 




BETHANN MUHLBERGER WILLIAM MULDOWNEY DENNIS P. MULLIGAN PAULF.MULLIN 

B.S. Criminal Juslice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Computer Science 




DOUGLAS H MUNSEY MICHAEL A. MURPHY TIMOTHY D. MURPHY ANEATRA D. MURRELL 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Communications B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Early Childhood Ed. 




SUZANNE C. MURTA LAUREN A. MURTAUGH PATTI L. MUSSER 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



SUSAN MUSTIN 
B.A. Literature 





MUHLBERGER, BETHANN 430 E. 
Rodgers St.. Ridley Park. Alpha Phi 2, 
3. 4; Ski Club 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Lamda Delta Epsilon 4. 
MULDOWNEY, WILLIAM B. 105 
Northwood Rd.. Newtown Square. 
Baseball 1, 2: Cross Country 4. 
MULLIGAN, DENNIS P. 428 Madison 
Ave., Hatboro. RHA 2. 3; Friars 3, 4; 
Golf 1. 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Weight 
Lifting 1. 2, 3. 4; Student Employment 
2, 3. 

MULLIN, PAUL F. 920 Poplar Ave., 
Glenolden. Computer Club Librarian 
4. 

MUNSEY, DOUGLAS H. 88 Warren 
Rd., Sudbury, MA. Tau Kappa Epsilon 
2 3, 4; Football 1; Lacrosse 1, 2, 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; IGA 3, 4-VP. 
MURPHY, MICHAEL A. 1460 
Limekilm Pike, Jarrettown. 
MURPHY. TIMOTHY D. 43 
Torrington La., Willingboro, NJ. Box- 
ing 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 3, 4; Rugby 1, 2; Swimming & 
Diving 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MURRELL. ANEATRA D. 3102 N. 
Marston St., Phila. 

MURTA, SUZANNE C. 720 Elm Tree 
Rd., Lansdowne. Ski Club 3, 4. 
MURTAUGH. LAUREN A. 2014 
Melrose Ave., Chester. Softball 2, 3, 4. 
MUSSER, PATTI L. 910 Woodland 
Ave., Marshallton Wilmington. 
MUSTIN. SUSAN 1619 Blackrock Rd., 
Swarthmore. 

MYERS, JUDITH A. 72 Second Ave., 
Kingston. Badminton 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

NACHLIS, LOIS M. (KLEINMAN) 
8723 West Chester Pk., Upper Darby. 
French Club 2, 3; PSEA 4; Hillel 1, 
pres. 2, 3; Student Employment 1, 2, 3. 
NASH. CYNTHIA L. 2857 North 20th 
St., Phila. BSU, Delta Sigma Theta 2, 3, 
V. P. 4; Social Welfare Club 3, 4. 
NAYLOR, PETER ]. 1535 Garfield 
Ave., Wyomissing. Wrestling 1, 2, 3; 
Geography and Outing Club 3, 4: 
Kayak and Canoe Club 3, 4. 



JUDITH A. MYERS 
B.A. Biology 



LOIS M. NACHLIS 
B.S. Early Childhood Ed. 



CYNTHIA L.NASH PETER ). NAYLOR 

B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



NEARY, DENISE M. 334 Sharon Ave., 
Sharon Hill. CUAB 1, 2, 3, 4; IGA 2; 
College Union Board of Governors 2, 
3; Law Club 1; Young Democrats 1, 2. 

NEMITZ, MARK P. 3874 Frankford 
Ave.. Phila. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: SAM 
4: Killinger Dorm Council 2; Ac- 
counting Society 4. 
NESSLER, NANCY L. 639 Ashurst Rd., 
Haverlown. RHA 3, 4; Abbe Society 2, 
3. Social Chair. 4; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Student Employment 3, 4; Council of 
Exceptional Children 3, 4. 
NEWELL, CURTIS 137 S. Concord 
Rd., West Chester. Phi Epsilon Kappa 
3, 4; Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

NICOLAI, CHARLES W. 3513 Shef- 
field Ave., Phila. Cross Country 1: In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. 
NOEL, CHRISTOPHER M. 1200 Tem- 
ple Rd., Pottstown. Baseball 1, 2; Foot- 
ball 1; Rugby 3, 4. 

NOVIELLI, PATRICIA A. 201 Rodney 
Rd., Ridley Park. 

O'BRIEN, DENISE E. 309 Sharp Ave., 
Glenolden. RHA 1; Abbe Society 1, 2; 
Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 
1. 

O'BRIEN, MAUREEN E. 9 Heather 
La., Belle Mead, NJ. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 2, Secretary 3; Speech Path, and 
Audiology Club 1,2,3, 4; Newman 1, 2. 
O'DONNELL, KAREN J. 1102 
Harwicke St., Chester. Campus 
Crusade for Christ 3, 4: International 
Foreign Club 3, 4. 

O'DONNELL, MARIE P. 620 Topsfield 
Rd.. Hatboro. 

O'HARA, PATRICIA S. 6110 Belden 
St., Phila. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Delta 
Zeta 2, 3, 4: ACE 4. 
OLIVER, VANESSA 533 Bonsall Ave., 
Yeadon. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ac- 
counting Society 2, 3, 4. 
O'MALLEY, CATHLEEN A. 608 Cam- 
bridge Rd., Brookhaven. Community 
Service 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3; PSEA 4; Serpentine 
2, 3; NAEYC 4; SCEC 4. 
O'NEILL, RICHARD D. 1549 Maple 
Ave., Paoli. Commuter Government 4; 
Student Employment 4. 
O'NEILL, TERESA M. 1910 Borbeck 
Ave., Phila. Intramurals 3, 4; 
Alchemists Club 4. 





DENISE M. NEARY MARK P. NEMITZ NANCY L. NESSLER CURTIS NEWELL 

B.A. Political Science B.S. Accounting B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




CHARLES W. NICOLAI CHRISTOPHER M. NOEL PATRICIA A. NOVIELLI DENISE E. OBRIEN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Nursing 




MAUREEN E. OBRIEN KAREN |. ODONNELL MARIE P. ODONNELL PATRICIA S. OHARA 

B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Elem. Ed./Sp. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elem. Ed./Sp. Ed. 





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VANESSA OLIVER CATHLEEN A. OMALLEY RICHARD D. ONEILL 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Bus. Management 



TERESA M. ONEILL 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




LYNN A. ORTOLANI DORIS J. OWEN DOUGLAS F. OWENS EDWARD F. OXNER 

B.S. Psychology B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Speech Communications 




FRANKP.PAIANO SALLY H. PAINTER GILBERT L. PAIST DENISE K. PALUSZKIEWICZ 

B.A. Math/ B.A. Speech Communications B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 

Computer Science 





ION F. PANCOAST KAREN J. PARKER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



KAREN ). PARMER 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JEANNE E. PARSONS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




CHRISTOPHER P. PASKI CATHERINE A. PATCHEL DEBORAH L. PATTERSON LINDA J. PATTERSON 
B.S. Earth Science B.S. Psychology B.A. Art B.A. Social Work 




ORTOLANI, LYNN A. 2050 Overlook 
Ave.. Willow Grove. Abbe Society 3. 4; 
Synchronized Swimming 2: Psy- 
chology Club 4; Ski Club 2, 4; lii- 
tramurals 3, 4; Soccer Ball Girl 4. 
OWEN, DORIS J. 732 Edmonds Ave.. 
Drexel Hill. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4. 
OWENS, DOUGLAS F. 418 Buchanan 
Ave.. Milmont Park. Cross Country 3; 
Indoor Track 1. 2, 3, 4: Track and Field 

1. 2, 3. 4. 

OXNER. EDWARD F. 223 Chippewa 
St.. Lester. RHA 1, 2. 3; Competitive 
Speech Team 2; WCUR 2, News Direc- 
tor, Assistant Station Manager 3, Sta- 
tion Manager 4. 

PAIANO, FRANK P. 2604 Street Rd., 
Cornwells Heights. Commuter 
Government 4: Volleyball 1; Little 
Theatre Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatre 208 
Productions 1. 2, 3, 4. 
PAINTER, SALLY H. 201 Morlyn Ave.. 
Bryn Mawr. Pi Kappa Delta 2. 3. 4: 
Delta Zeta 2. 3, 4 — Tres.: Intramurals 

2, 3; Competitive Speech Team 2. 3; 
Theatre 208 Production 1. 

PAIST, GILBERT L. 125 Dollv La.. 
Chalfont. Phi Mu Alpha 1. 2.' 3 — 
Alumni Sec, 4; Indoor Track 1; In- 
tramurals 1. 2: Equestrian Club 4; 
MENC 2. 3. 4 — Tres.: International 
Trumpet Guild 4 — Pres.; Brass En- 
semble 2. 3: College Choir 3. 4: Con- 
cert Band 1. 2. 3; Marching Band 1, 2. 
3; Mixed Choir 1. 2; Men's Choir 1. 2; 
Symphonic Band 4. 
PALUSZKIEWICZ, DENISE K. 1039 
Alvin Ave., Cornwells Heights. 
College Choir 3. 4: Mixed Choir 1, 2: 
Women's Chorus 1, 2. 
PANCOAST, JON F. 47 Runnemede 
Ave.. Lansdowne. Track & Field 3: 
Weight Lifting 2. 3. 
PARKER, KAREN J. 407 E. New St., 
Mountville. Dorm Council 3; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1, 2 — Historian, 3, 4 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Intramurals 2 
PSEA 4; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 4 
Who's Who 4. 

PARMER, KAREN J. 223 Wecaf Rd., 
New Holland. Intramurals 1, 2; Track 
& Field; Track Club 1. 
PARSONS, JEANNE E. RD 2, Palmer- 
Ion. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. 
PASKI, CHRISTOPHER P. 236 
Waterloo Ave.. Berwyn. Earth & 
Space Science Club 3, 4. 
PATCHEL, CATHERINE A. 304 E. 
Marshall St., Apt. 907 Seven Oaks. 
West Chester. Psychology Club 1, 2; 
Intramurals 3. 

PATTERSON, DEBORAH L. 207 East 
Rd.. Glen Ellyn, IL. 
PATTERSON, LINDA J. 10706 
Bickford Ave.. Clinton. MD. Social 
Welfare Club 3. 4; Student Employ- 
ment 3. 4. 




PATTON, TERENCE J. 40 Carriage 
La., Newak. DE. 

PAYOT, JANET A. (RINCK) 1 Ray- 
mond Circle, Downingtown, 
PECK, LISA A. 461 Bryn Mawr Ave., 
Bryn Mawr. 

PECK, JANICE V. 208 Maple Ave., 
Camp Hill. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma 
Alpha lota 2, 3, 4; West Chester 
Musical Theatre Co. 2; Chamber 
Choir 3. 4: College Choir 3, 4; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 
1, 2; Symphony Orchestra 3. 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Woodwind En- 
semble 2; Campus Crusade for Christ 
1, 2. 

PEEZICK, RICHARD B. 1701 Green 
Valley Rd.. Havertown. Lamda Alpha 
Epsilon 3, 4. 

PEIFFER, STEPHEN R. 1506 Waimea 
Dr., Downingtown. CAS 1. 2, 3, 4; IGA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. 4. 
PELTIER, FREDERIC D. Ill North 
Malin Rd.. Broomall. 
PERRONE, SUSAN E. 328 Ellis La., 
West Chester. Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3. 4; 
Competitive Speech Team 3; Little 
Theatre Club 1, 2, 3, 4 — Sec, Tres.; 
Theatre 208 Productions 1, 2, 3, 4; West 
Chester Musical Theatre Co. 1, 2, 3 — 
Tres., 4 — Pres. 

PETERMAN, TERI J. 2217 Bruce Dr., 
Pottstown. Concert Band 1; Mixed 
Choir 1; Women's Chorus 1; Concert 
Choir 2, 3, 4. 

PETERS, MICHELLE A. 1455 Grace 
St., Allentown. Sigma Alpha Iota 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1; MENC 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; College Choir 3, 4: 
Concert Band 4: Marching Band 1. 2, 3, 
4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; String Ensemble 

1, 2. 3; Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Newman 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

PETERS, ROBERTA A. RD #4 
Berwick. Gymnastics 1; Majors Club 1, 

2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Production 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 4. 
PETERSON, BETTY A. 1220 Garfield 
Ave., Phoenixville. Alpha Lamda 
Delta 2 — Pres., 3 — Advisor, 4 — Ad- 
visor; Intramurals 2; Competitive 
Speech Team 2; MENC 3, 4 — VP; 
PSEA 4; Chamber Choir 4; Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1, 2; Con- 
cert Choir 3, 4; Newman 1, 2; Who's 
Who 4. 

PETRELLA, JUDITH L. 249 Margate 
Rd., Upper Darby. CAS 1, 2, 3, 4; Law 
Club 3. 4; Political Science Club 3,4 — 
Sec; Intramurals 2, 3; Student Em- 
ployment 4. 

PETRUZZELLI, ANNE C. 34 Green- 
ville Dr., Bricktown, NJ. RHA 1, 2, 3 — 
Social Chairperson 4; Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; 
Archery 1; Intramurals 1, 3. 4; 
Volleyball 1; Soccer Girl 1, 2, 3; New- 
man 1; Student Employment 4. 
PFEIFER, SUSAN E. 906 Spring Ave., 
Fort Washington. Alpha Sigma Tau 1, 
2 & 3 — Rec. Sec, 4 — Pres, ; Historical 
Society 4. 

PHELAN, MICHAEL J, Foxall Rd., 
Berwyn, 




TERENCE J. PATTON 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



JANET A. PAYOT 
B.S. Nursing 



LISA A. PECK 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



JANICE V. PECK 
B.S. Music Ed. 




RICHARD B. PEEZICK STEPHEN R. PEIFFER FREDERIC D. PELTIER SUSAN E. PERRONE 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Secondary Ed. B.A. Theatre 

Comprehensive Science 




TERI J. PETERMAN 
B.S. Music/Voice 



MICHELLE A. PETERS ROBERTA A. PETERS BETTY A. PETERSON 

B.S. Music Ed. /Violin B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 




JUDITH L. PETRELLA ANNE C. PETRUZZELLI SUSAN E. PFEIFER 

B.A. Public Administration B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. History 



MICHAEL J. PHELAN 
B.S. Bus. Administration 




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PHILLIPS, W. G. 160 Forsylhia Dr. N., 
Levillown. Kappa Delia Pi 3. 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ. 
PIERGALLINE, JOHN J. 446 
Wellington Rd., West Chester. 
Lacrosse 1, 2. 3. 4; SAM 4. 
PITTS, BARBARA R. 1536 N. 28th St.. 
Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3. 4: RHA 4— Rep.-at- 
large; IGA 3— Sec; Kappa Delta Pi 3: 
Kappa Omicron Tau 3. 4— Publicity; 
Inlramurals 2; Law Club 2; Elemen- 
tary Math Club 2; Gospel Choir 1. 2, 3 
& 4— Sec; Program Board 3; Student 
Employment. 

PIZIl, JAMES F. 616 Airport Rd., West 
Chester. 

PIZZI, PATRICIA A. 115 Ohio Ave., 
Milmont Pike. Art Association 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

PLUMMER, PRISCILLA R. 115 Bir- 
mingham Rd.. West Chester. Hockey 
1; Lacrosse 1. 2. 3, 4. 
POATSY, THEODORE F. 
POLLARD, ARTHUR R. 5759 
Catherine Phila. Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; 
Track & Field 2. 3. 4. 
POLLIS, DOLORES 208 Tribet Place, 
Colwyn. Theta Chi 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 1, 2. 3; Modern Dance 2, 
3; Campus Crusade for Christ 2. 3, 4; 
Marching Band 3, 4. 
POOLE, DONNA S. Box 259, Union- 
iyille. Basketball 1; Volleyball 1. 
POLLE, MICHELE T. 6206 Spruce St., 
Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3. 4; PSEA 4; Student 
Employment 2, 3. 4. 
POPLAWSKI, ALFRED J. 902 Maple 
Ave.. Glenolden. Geography & Outing 
Club 1: Kayak & Canoe Club 1; PSEA 
4. 

POWELL, JAMES R. RD. 5, Box 257, 
East Siroudsburg. Brass Ensemble 2, 
4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1; ECM 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

PROSSEDA, CAMILLE L. 128 S. High 
St.. West Chester. Art Association 1, 2, 
3. 4. 

PRZYCHODZIEN, MICHELE A. 335 
Charles St., Coatesville. Philosophy 
Club 1. 2, 3, 4— Pres. 
PRY, JOLI A. RD#1, Box 741, Ambler. 
Swimming & Diving 2. 









W.GEORGE PHILLIPS JOHN j. PIERGALLINE BARBARA R. PITTS [AMES F. PIZII 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Accounting 




PATRICIA A. PIZZI PRISCILLA R. PLUMMER THEODORE F. POATSY ARTHUR R. POLLARD 

B.A. Art B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Mathematics B.S. Health Ed. 





DOLORES POLLIS 
B.S. Nursing 



DONNA S.POOLE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



MICHELE T.POOLE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ALFRED [.POPLAWSKI 
B.S. History 




JAMES R. POWELL CAMILLE L. PROSSEDA MICHELE PRZYCHODZIEN JOLI A. PRY 

B.S. Music Ed. B.A. Art B.A. Humanities/Phil. B.S. Computer Science 






k\ 



STEVEN PUCHASKI 
B.A. Speech Commun. 



MILDRED A. PURCELL VIRGINIA L. PURSELL MARJORIE S. QUARRY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Nursing 




PUCHASKI, STEVEN 10 Belsy La., 

Ambler. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 
PURCELL, MILDRED A. 64 Pine St., 
Oxford. Daughters of the Crossed 
Swords 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; PSEA 
4. 

PURSELL, VIRGINIA L. P.O. 216, 
Jamison. Sigma Alphs Iota 1, 2, 3, 4; 
MENC 2. 4; Chamber Choir 3, 4; Con- 
cert Choir 3, 4; Marching Band 2; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2: Women's Chorus 1, 
2; ECM 2, 3. 4. 

QUARRY, MARJORIE S. 125 
Plymouth Rd., Plymouth Meeting. 
Nursing Club 3, 4; Serpentine 1, 2, 
QUINLISK, KATHLEEN M. 37 Hedge 
Rd., Levittown. RHA 1; Abbe Society 
Social Chairperson 3, President 4: Pi 
Gamma Mu 3, 4; Psychology Club 1, 2, 
3. 4. 

QUINN, FRANK M. 336 Ruth Ave., 
Twin Oaks. RHA 2; IGA 3; In- 
tramurals 1; Law Club 3,4; Serpentine 
3, 4; Gubernatorial Campaign 3. 
QUIRK, PATRICK M. 310 East Main 
St., Kutztown. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track and Field 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 3, 4. 

RADLIFF, MEREDITH H. 22 E. 
Church Rd., Norristown. Lambda 
Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN M. QUINLISK FRANK M. QUINN PATRICK M. QUIRK MEREDITH H. RADLIFF 

B.A. Psychology B.A. Political Science B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice 




RADER. nancy J. 503 Faith Dr.. 
N'orristown. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 4; 
Hockev 1, 2: Inlramurals 1. 2: Lacrosse 
1. 2. 

RAIBLEY, LOUISE E. 336 Sagamore 
Rd.. Haverlown. ACE 2. Trees. 3. Pres. 
4; PSEA 4: Marching Band 1. 2. 
RAMBO. DOUGLAS G. 331 Stuart 
Ave.. Downingtown. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1. 2. 3. 4; Alchemists Club 1; 
Physics Club 1. 4. 

RANDOLPH, SUSAN E. 116 Ivywood 
La.. Radnor. 

REACH. LYNN M. 91 S. 12th Ave.. 
Coalesville. 

REED. DIANE K. 6334 Homer St . 
Phila. BSL' 2, 3. 4: PSEA 4. 
REGESTER. GARY R. 1395 Phoenix- 
ville Pike. West Chester. Velern's 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Political Science 
Association Pres. 3. 
REINHARD, MICHAEL R. Box 468 
Main St.. Merlztown. Pi Camma Mu4; 
Golf 3. 4: Soc. Adv. Management 4; In- 
lramurals 1. 2. 3.4; Accounting Society 
4. 




NANCY J. RADER 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



LOUISE E. RAIBLEY 
B.S. Elementar> Ed./ 
Environmental Ed. 



DOUGLAS G. RAMBO 
B.A. Physics 



SUSAN E.RANDOLPH 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




LYNN M. REACH 
B.S. Speecti Pathology 



DIANE K. REED 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ 

Special Ed. 



GARY R. REGESTER 
B.A. Political Science 



MICHAEL R. REINHARD 
B.S. Accounting 





CYNTHIA REINHOLD NANCY E. REINHOLD KAREN E. REITBAUR DONNA L. REMALEY 

B.S. Social Welfare B.A. Social Work B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. /Piano 




DAVID W.RESSLER COLLEEN F. RIEGEL LARRY L. RIEGEL STEPHEN A. RILEY 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. /Voice B.S. Computer Science B.S. Bus. Management 




CYNTHIA L. RINGLER DAVID N. RITTENHOUSE SUSAN L. RITTENHOUSE ROBERT L. RITTERSBACHER 
B.S. Music Ed. /Voice B.A. Psychology B.S. Early Childhood Education B.S. Computer Science 





REINHOLD, CYNTHIA 20 Jacqueline 
Dr., Paoli, 

REINHOLD, NANCY E. 1437 S. Gar- 
net Mine Rd., Boothwyn. Intramurals 
3; Social Welfare Club 2, 3, 4; FCA 3. 
REITBAUER, KAREN E. 842 Kieffer 
St., Bethlehem. Softball 2, 3. 4; 
Volleyball 2: Majors Club 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
REMALEY, DONNA L. R. #1 Box 472, 
Slalington. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; College Choir 3, 
4; Mixed Choir 1, 2: Women's Chorus 

1, 2; Women's Glee Club 3. 4; 
Navigators 2. 3. 

RESSLER, DAVID W. 20 N. Church 
St.. Brownstown. Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; 
Track and Field 3, 4. 
RIEGEL, COLLEEN F. RD. #1 
Dunkelberger Rd., Leesport. MENC 1, 

2, 3, 4: Bel Canto 1, 2; College Choir 3, 
4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Women's Chorus 

1, 2; Serpentine 1; Student Employ- 
ment 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RIEGEL, LARRY L. 326 Pearl St.. Lan- 
caster. Psychology Club 3; Computer 
Club Treas. 4. 

RILEY, STEPHEN A. 923 Baylowell 
Dr., West Chester. Commuter Govern- 
ment 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 1, Rush 
Chairman 2. Alumni Chairman 3, 
Education Chairman 4; Intramurals 2, 
3: Historical Society 1, 2; Soc. Adv. 
Management Recruitment Chairman 

3, Pres. 4. 

RINGLER, CYNTHIA L. 157 Violet St., 
Johnstown. Bel Canto 1, 2; Chamber 
Choir 1, 2; Madrigal Choir 3; Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Musica Antigua 2; Women's 
Chorus 1, 2; Lutheran Student 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
RITTENHOUSE, DAVID N. Skippack 
Rd., R.D. #1, Harleysville. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1; Tennis 
1; Psychology Club 2, 3. 4. 
RITTENHOUSE, SUSAN L. 8027 
Cheltenham Ave., Phila. PSEA mem- 
ber. 

RITTERSBACHER, ROBERT L. 3300 
Highland Ave., Drexel Hill. 
Equestrian 2, 3, 4. 

RITTHAMEL, JOHN R. 1860 Lincoln 
Ave.. Wyomissing. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4: Kayak and Canoe Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soc. 
Adv. Management 1, 2, 3, 4. 
ROADMAN, CLIFFORD P. 228 
Winding Way, Morrisville, Christian 
Science 1. 2, 3, 4. 

ROADSIDE, THOMAS B. 238 W. 
Champlost Ave., Phila. Intramurals 1, 

2, 3. 4; Law Club 4; Student Employ- 
ment 3, 4; Lambda Alpha Epsilon 3, 4; 
Alpha lappa Keg 3, 4; PAPPC 2, 3, 4; 
PYAP 4. 

ROAN, CHARLES W. 322 Dean St., 
West Chester. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Rugby 1, 2, 3, co-captain 4. 



JOHN R. RITTHAMEL CLIFFORD P. ROADMAN THOMAS B. ROADSIDE CHARLES W. ROAN 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Marketing 



ROBERTS. LYNN R. 127 E. Mayland 
St.. Phila. 

ROBERTS, MARK T. 1103 Grosstown 
Rd.. Stowe. MENC 2. 3. 4; Men's 
Chorus 1; Siring Ensemble 1, 2; 
Symphony Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4. 
ROBINSON. CHERYL L. 1815 
Farmview Rd.. Maple Glen. Marching 
Band 1. Bandfront Coordinator 2. 3. 4. 
ROCCHI, MARYBETH A. (SHAW) 
R.D.#2. Box 2160. Gap. Intramurals 1. 
2: Kayak and Canoe 1. Sec. 2. Treas. 3. 
4: Psychology Club 3. 4: Student Em- 
ployment 1. 2. 3. 

ROCKEY. WALTER A. 802 Edward 
La.. West Chester. Darlington 
Biological Society 2. 3. 4: Equestrian 3. 
ROCKWELL, SUSAN J. 1020 Chestnut 
St.. Emmaus. Abbe Society 3. 4; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1. 2. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 
3. 4: Alpha Phi 1. Scholarship Chair- 
man 2. 3. 4: IFPC 1. 2; Intramurals 1. 2. 
3. 4: ACE 1. 2, 3. 4: PSEA 4; Women's 
Glee Club 3: Who's Who 4: NAEYC 4. 
RODDY. CYNTHIA A. Sharpless La.. 
Wallingford. RHA 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 
4: French Club 1: Speech Path, and 
Audiology Club 1. 2. V. Pres. 3. 4; 
Women's Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Student 
Employment 4. 

RODKEY, MICHAEL C. 134 Hill St.. 
Mountville. Cross Country 2. 3; Gym- 
nastics 3; Indoor Track 2: Track and 
Field 2. 

ROESSEL, CAROLYN S. 63 Lillie St.. 
Princeton Junction. N]. Quad Angles 

1. News Ed. 2. Editor-in-Chief 3. 
Business Manager>l. 

ROMAIN, ROBERT M. 1104 
Worthington Dr.. Exton. Alpha Phi 
Omega 3. 4: Lacrosse 2. 3. 4; Law Club 

2. 3. 4: Ski Club 2: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 
RONEY, JACQUELYN C. 540 Penn 
Ave.. Drexel Hill, Social Welfare Club 
2. 3. 4. 

ROSS, LEITH M. 533 Meade Terrace. 
Shillinglon. Social Welfare Club 2. 3. 
4; Mixed Choir 1: Women's Chorus 1: 
Women's Glee Club 2. 3. 

ROSTER, HEIDE L. 66 Coolidge Ave.. 
W. Caldwell. N). 

ROTHENBERGER, DALE L. Box 94. 

R.D.#3. Yellowsprings Rd.. Malvern. 
Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Swimming and 
Diving 1. 2. 3. 4 All-American Honors; 
Men's Water Polo 1. 2. 3. 4. All- 
American Honors; Women's Water 
Polo (coach) 3. 4. 

RUDOLPH, MARGARET M. 110 

Ivywood La.. Radnor. RHA 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Alpha Phi Omega 4; Accounting 
Society 4; Intramurals 1. 2; Student 
Employment 1: Who's Who 4. 
RUFFENACH. PAUL F. 2333 S. 21 St.. 
Phila. Friars 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1 . 
2. 3. 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. 




LYNN R.ROBERTS MARK T. ROBERTS 

B.S. Elem. Ed./Ment. Retarded B.S. Music Ed. 



CHERYL L. ROBINSON MARYBETH A. ROCCHI 
B.S. Speech Patholog>' B.A. Psychology 




WALTER A. ROCKEY SUSAN J. ROCKWELL CYNTHIA A. RODDY MICHAEL C. RODKEY 

B.A. Biology B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




CAROLYN S. ROESSEL ROBERT M. ROMAIN JACQUELYN C. RONEY 

B.A. Literature B.S. Criminal Justice B.A. Social Welfare 



LEITH M.ROSS 
B.A. Social Welfare 







HEIDE L ROSTER 
B.S. Public Health 



DALE ROTHENBERGER MARGARET M. RUDOLPH PAUL K. RUFFENACH 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Accounting B.S. Public Health 





EVELYN R. RUSCHE DEBRA S.RYAN ROSEMARY RYAN VIRGINIA M. RYAN 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





MARIANNE SABATINI THOMAS G. SABOL 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



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lOHNA.SADDEL ARTHUR L. SAGNOR 

I.S. Bus. Administration B.A. Political Sci. /Public Adm. 




NANCY SAGURTON 
B.A. Social Welfare 



JULIA M. SANTANA 
B.S. Social Welfare 



GEORGIA Z. SARRIS DEBRA SATTERTHWAIT 

B.A. Literature B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




RUSCHE, EVELYN R. 35 E. St., New 
Hyde Park, NY. Valkyrie 2, V.Pres. 3, 
4; Hockey 1, 2; Indoor Track 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Track and Field 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 
Capt. (JV) 3. 4; Track Club 1, V. Pres. 
2, 3, 4. 

RYAN, DEBRA S. 414 Main St., 
Parkesburg. Pi Gamma Mu 4; Omicron 
Delta Epsilon Treas. 4; Soc. Adv. 
Management 2; Accounting Society 3, 
4; Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Employment 4; Dorm Council 4. 
RYAN, ROSEMARY 40 Maple Ave.. 
Madison, N]. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
RYAN, VIRGINIA M. 219 AUantic 
Ave., Manasquan, NJ. Archery 1; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Majors Club 1. 
SABATINI, MARIANNE 15 Blue 
Ridge Rd,, Plymouth Meeting. Theta 
Chi 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Wrestling 
Belles 3. 

SABOL, THOMAS G. 826 Harper 
Ave., Drexel Hill. SCEC 4; PSEA 4; In- 
tramurals 1. 

SADDEL, JOHN A. 1132 Cleveland 
Rd., Center Square. Accounting 
Society 3, 4; Football 1; Volleyball 1, 2, 
3. 

SAGNOR, ARTHUR L. 68 East 2nd 
Ave., Parkesburg. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Rugby 3, 4; 
Political Science Club 2, 3, 4. 
SAGURTON, NANCY 19 Circle La., 
Little Silver, NJ. Social Welfare Club 

2, 3, 4; International House 3; Student 
Employment 2, 3. 

SANTANA, JULIA M. 22 North 
Madison St., Allentown. Social 
Welfare Club 3, 4; Judicial Board 2, 3, 
4; Spanish Student Union 3, 4; Ramsey 
Newspaper 1; Spanish Club Secretary 
1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4. 
SARRIS, GEORGIA Z. 114 Penn La., 
West Chester. 

SATTERTHWAIT, DEBRA Y. 9 
Orchard La., Doylestown. Phi Epsilon 
Kappa 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Tau 1; 
Hockey 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 1; Majors Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2; Soccer Ball Girl 4. 
SAVAGE, GWEN N. 17 Lawrence 
Place, Plymouth Meeting. Speech 
Path, and Audiology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
SAWYER, JOANN M. Crestview Dr., 
Dallsa. 

SCAFIDI, ANTHONY J. 2828 S. 
Iseminger St., Phila. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE 4; Stu- 
dent Council for Exceptional Children 

3, Tres. 4; Dorm Council 3, 4. 

SCANLAN, LEO W. 719 6th Ave., 
Folsom. 



GWEN N. SAVAGE 
B.S. Speech Pathology 



JOANN M. SAWYER ANTHONY J. SCAFIDI LEO W. SCANLAN 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elem. Ed./Sp. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



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SCHAPPELL S. ANN (GOUSE) 96 N. 
Main SI.. Mountain Top. Alchemists 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 

SCHENCK, NICHOLE A. Route 4. 
Greencastle. Speech Path, and 
Audiology Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Council for 
Exceptional Children 1. 2. 3: Columbia 
Association for Retarded Children 1. 
2. 

SCHEUER, GAIL C. 226 S. Hawthorne 
Ave . Lanjjhorne. RHA 1. 2; Tennis 2; . 
PSEA 4: Student Employment 1, 2, 3. 4. 
SCHILDT, SUSAN L. 905 Kenhorst 
Blvd.. Reading, l.aw Club 2, 3: Inter- 
national House 1. 2. 
SCHIMEK. DONNA R. 420 S. 11th St.. 
Phila. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Sigma 
Alpha Iota 2. V. President 3. President 
4: MENC 1. 2. 3. 4: College Choir 3. 4; 
Marching Band 1. 2: Mixed Choir 1, 2; 
Women's Chorus 1. 2. 
SCHINELLER, DORIS R.D. #2 Box 
318. Blairstown. Xj. Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 
Secretary 3. First Vice President 4; 
Basketball 1, 2. 3; Lacrosse 1. 
SCHMIDT, JAMES R. 1017 Emerald 
Ave.. Lansdale. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; 
Phi Mu Epsilon 3. 4; MENC 2, 3, 4; 
Brass Ensemble 4: Concert Band 1, 2; 
Criterions 3. 4: Marching Band 1. 2. 3, 
4: Mixed Choir 1; Men's Chorus 1: 
Symphonic Band 3. 4. 
SCHRECK, PATRICIA A. 22 Manor 
Dr., Mechanicsburg. 
SCHREIBER, MARIANN 538 
Edgewood Ave.. Cornvvells Heights. 
Hockey 1. 2, 3. 4; Special Ed. Club 4; 
Intramurals 2. 3. 4. 
SCHROEDER, KIMBERLY J. R.D. #1 
Box 176. Kempton. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
MENCl. 2, 3, 4: PSEA 4; College Choir 
4; Concert Band 2: Marching Band 1. 2. 
3: Mixed Choir 1. 2: Symphony 
Orchestra 3. 4: Women's Chorus 1, 2; 
Woodwind Ensemble 3, 4: Wind En- 
semble 1, 2. 3, 4; Symphonic Band 1. 3. 
[ SCHROEDER JR., WILLIAM S. 600 
Easter Circle, West Chester. Ice 
Hockey 1, 2. 

SCHULTZ, DONNA J. 234 Locust La., 
State College. Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
j Ski Club 4. 

; SCHULZE, LUCINDA J. (ThompsonJ 

175 Nancy's La.. King of Prussia. 

SCHWANDT, JEAN M. 21 Cherry St., 

Collingdale. Community Service 1: 

1 Abbe Society 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 

Intramurals 1. 2; PSEA 4; Serpentine 

* 2: Student Employment 3. 4; Who's 

i Who 4. 

I SCHWARTZ, GARY M. 80 Pueblo Rd., 
f New Britain. Alpha Lambda Delta 
I News Editor 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3; 
[ Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4. 
' SCHWENK, JILL S. 18 Intervilla Ave., 
West Lawn. College Choir 4: Mixed 
'■ Choir 1. 2: Women's Chorus 1, 2. 







S. ANN SCHAPPELL NICHOLE A. SCHENCK 

B.S. Clinical Chemistry B.S. Speech Pathology 



GAILC.SCHEUER SUSAN L. SCHILDT 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice 




DONNA R. SCHIMEK DORIS SCHINELLER JAMES R. SCHMIDT PATRICIA A. SCHRECK 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Nursing 





MARIANN SCHREIBER KIMBERLY J. SCHROEDER WILLIAM S. SCHROEDER DONNA J. SCHULTZ 

B.S. Elementary Ed./ B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Nursing 

Special Ed. 




LUCINDA]. SCHULZE JEAN M. SCHWANDT GARY M. SCHWARTZ 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Early Childhood Ed. B.S. Biology 



JILLS. SCHWENK 

B.S. Music Ed./ 
Vocal-Choral (Piano) 



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^^^T CHtSTER BOKO, 
KSIOENT PARKING 

PERMIT N*. t3l4 





WILLIAM E.SCOTT SUSAN A. SEIFRIED WILMOTD.SELL 

B.A. History B.A. Speech Communications B.A. Speech 

Communications 



HELEN M.SELWOOD 
B.A. Social Welfare 





JAMES G.SEMPELES ALLEGRAM. SENSENIG REBECCA J. SENSENIG GERALD D. SERFASS 

B.S. Music/Piano B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Music Ed. /Trumpet-Voice B.S. Performance 



SCOTT, WILLIAM E. 517 Baltimore 
Ave.. E. Lansdowne. Phi Alpha Theta 
4; Historical Society 2, 3, Pres. 4. 
SEIFRIED, SUSAN A. 7334 
Meadowlark PL, Phila. Alpha Psi 
Omega 4; SETS Crew 4; Theatre 208 
Productions 1. 2. 3; West Chester 
Musical Theatre Co. 1, Women's Glee 
Club 2, 3: National Student Exchange 
3, 4; Student Employment 1, 2, 3. 
SELL, WILMOT D. 524 Fulton St., 
Hanover.WCUR 1. 

SELWOOD, HELEN M. 293 Green 
Ave.. Lansdowne. Social Welfare 
Club 2, 3. 4; Women's Club 2, 3, 4. 
SEMPELES, JAMES G. 3008 Market 
St., Camp L^ill. Pi Kappa Lambda 4: 
College Choir 3, 4; PMTA 4: Who's 
Who 4: National Dean's List 4. 
SENSENIG, ALLEGRA M. 66 Cobalt 
Ridge Dr., E. Levittown. Quad Angles 

2, Photo Editor 3, Production Manager 
4; Who's Who 4. 

SENSENIG, REBECCA J. R.D. #3 Box 
456, Coatesville. IGA 3; Abbe Society 

3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; MENC 1, 2; 
Representative for School of Music 3; 
Brass Ensemble 3, 4: Wind Ensemble 
3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1, 2; Con- 
cert Choir 3, 4: Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1, 2, 3, 4; SELAH 3, 4. 
SERFASS, GERALD D. 802 Lafayette 
Ave., Palmerton. Brass Ensemble 2, 3, 
4; Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1. 
2; Men's Chorus 3; S\'mphony 
Orchestra 3, 4. 




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SERFASS, MICHELLE S. 522 Old Mill 
Rd.. Easton. Intramurals 2. 3. 
SHAFFER, G. SCOTT Route 1, Box 
1092. Mt. Holly, NJ. IGA 3. 4; Phi Mu 
Alpha 4; West Chester Musical 
Theatre Co. 2, 3; College Choir 3. 4 
Crilerions 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 1, 2 
Mixed Choir 1, 2,3; Men's Chorus 1, 2 
Woodwind Ensember 2. 3, Pres. 4. 
SHARPE, DONNA M. 1429 N. 62nd 
St.. Phila. BSU 2, 3, 4; RHA 2. 3; Kayak 
and Canoe Club 3; Student Employ- 
ment 2, 3. 4. 

SHAW, VIRGINIA S. 36 Waterford 
I Way. Wallingford. Alpha Phi Omega 
3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Intramurals 
1; MENC 1. 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Belles 1, 
2. 3, 4; Chamber Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed 
Choir 1, 2; Women's Chorus 1, 2; Con- 
cert Choir 3. 4; Student Employment 1. 

2. 3. 4; Who's Who 4. 
SHEAFFER, CHARLES J. 10 Pershing 
Blvd.. Reading. Lambda Chi Alpha 1. 
Social Chairperson 2, V. Pres. 3. 4; 
Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4; Law Club 3: WCUR 

1. 2. 3. 

SHEAFFER, DONALD W. R.D.#2. Box 
2006. Gap. Alpha Lambda Delta 1. 2, 3, 
4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Omicron Delta Ep- 
silon 4; Rugbv 2. 3; Accounting Society 

3. 4: WCUR 1.2. 

SHEAFFER, KATHLEEN T. 942 
Patriot Dr.. Lansdale. MENC 3. 4; 
Brass Ensemble 4: Concert Band 2; 
Marching Band 2. 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 

2. 3; Symphony Orchestra 4; Women's 
Chorus 2. 

SHEETS, LINDA G. 722 George St., 
Norrislown. Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4; Lit- 
tle Theatre Club 1. 2, 3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 

3. 4; West Chester Musical Theatre 
Co 1. 2, 3. 4: College Chnir 3. 4; 
Marching Band 3; Mixed f:' ■ir 1. 2; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2. 





MICHELLE S. SERFASS 
B.S. Nursing 



G.SCOTT SHAFFER 
B.S. Music Ed. 



DONNA M. SHARPE 
B.S. Elem. Ed./Sp. Ed. 



VIRGINIAS. SHAW 
B.S. Music 




CHARLES |. SHEAFFER DONALD W. SHEAFFER KATHLEEN T. SHEAFFER LINDA G. SHEETS 

B.S.English B.S. Accounting B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Music Ed. /Voice 





JOANNE L.SHELDON KIRK R. SHELLEY GEORGETTE SHELLING ELIZABETH A. SHERMAN 

B.S. Nursing B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Biology B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





LAUREN P. SHIELDS 
B.S. Bus. Management 



SHERRI J. SHIELDS 
B.S. Nursing 



JAMES D. SHISLER CYNDY SHUSTER 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Nursing 




DEBORAH C.SIDDALL JOAN L. SILVERMAN CHERYL A. SIMMONS MARIE K. SIMONSON 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Social Welfare B.S. Elementary Ed. 




SHELDON, JOANNE L. 3259 Knorr 
St., Phila. Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SHELLEY, KIRK R. 817 W. Broad St., 
Bethlehem. Basketball 1; Soccer 1, 2, 
4; PSEA 4. 

SHELLING, GEORGETTE M. 933 

Green Briar La., Springfield. Zeta Tau 
Alpha 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4; Darlington 
Biological Society 1, 2, 3, 4; PSEA 3, 4: 
Serpentine 2, 3. 

SHERMAN, ELIZABETH A. 223 Canal 
St., Lebanon. Hockey 1; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3, 4; Swimming and Diving 1, 2, co- 
captain 3, 4; Majors Club 2, 4; PSEA 3, 
4; Water Polo 3, 4. 

SHIELDS, LAUREN P. 423 Leslie La., 
West Chester. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 
2, 3, 4; Soc. Adv. Management 4; 
Who's Who 4. 

SHIELDS, SHERRI J. 242 Priscilla La., 
Aldan. Women's Glee Club 2, 3; SNAP 
officer 3, 4. 

SHISLER, JAMES D. 205 Johnson 
Ave., Runnemede, NJ. MENC 2, 3, 4; 
College Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 
4; Criterions 3: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 2; 
Intramurals 3, 4; International Trum- 
pet Guild 3, 4. 

SHUSTER, CYNDY 2897 Eastburn 
Ave., Broomall. Alpha Phi 3, Social 4. 
SIDDALL, DEBORAH C. 186 Chap- 
man Ave., Lansdale. 
SILVERMAN, JOAN L. 3824 Kingsley 
Dr., Harrisburg. ACE 4; NAEYC 4; 
Dance Production Workshop 3, 4. 
SIMMONS, CHERYL A. 4132 
Westminster Ave., Phila. BSU 2, 3; 
Class Officer 3; Modern Dance 3; 
Social Welfare Club 2, 3, 4; Theatre 
208 Productions 3. 

SIMONSON, MARIE K. 304 Old 
Forest Rd., Havertown. Equestrian 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 
SIMPKISS, VICTORIA L. 914 
Thornton Rd., Boothwyn. Historical 
Society 3, Treas. 4; Women's Glee 
Club 4; WCUR 3, 4. 
SIMPSON, CINDY L. 1750 Hidden La., 
Lancaster. Hockey 1, 2; Lacrosse 1; 
Tennis 2. 

SINNI, STEVE E. 3526 Meridan St., 
Phila. Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Chorus 1, 2; Con- 
cert Choir 3, 4; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SISK, SHERRY L. 3608 N. Clearwater 
La., Brookhaven. Commuter Govern- 
ment 1; Bowling 1. 



VICTORIA L. SIMPKISS CINDY L. SIMPSON STEVE E. SINNI SHERRY L. SISK 

B.S. History B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 




SISKO. LAURA J. 900 Burmont Rd., 
Dexel Hill. Alpha Lambda Delta 1. 2; 
Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children 3. 4: Intramurals 1. 
SIVICK, RONALD J. 314 Holstein St.. 
Bridgeport. Bowling 1; Intramurals 1, 

2. 3. 4; Karate Club 2. 3: Alpha lappa 
Keg 3, 4. 

SLATE, NANCY L. 766 Braxton Rd.. 
Ridley Park. Alpha Xi Delta 3, Pledge 
Trainer 4: Speech Path, and 
Audiology Club 2, 3: National Student 
Speech and Hearing Association 3, 4. 
SLOWIK, MARY P. 120 West 23rd St., \ 
Chester. 

SMALL. CYNTHL\ K. 396 Briar La., 
Newark. DE. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 
2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Valkyrie 2. 3, 4; 
Basketball 1. 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3. 4. 

SMALL, JUDITH S. 29 W. Marthart 
Ave., Havertown. Alpha Mu Gamma 

3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; German Club 
1, 2, 3. 4; Linguistics 2. 3, 4: PSEA 4; 
Theatre 208 Productions 1; Women's 
Glee Club 2; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1. 2; Nevsman 1. 

SMITH, GAILE E. 920 Addingham 
Ave.. Dexel Hill. Phi Epsilon Kappa 3. 
4: Badminton 1: Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4; In- 
door Track 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1. 2. 3. 4. i 

SMITH, GAYLE A. ' 

SMITH, GLORIA A. 651 Rively Ave.. 
Glenolden. 

SMITH, LESLIE A. RD. #1, 
Parkesburg. Pi Gamma Mu 4; Omicron 
Delta Epsilon Secretary 4; SAM 2. 4; 
Accounting Society 4; Dorm Council 4. 
SMITH. MICHAEL J. 12 N. Smith 
Terrace. Clementon. NJ. MENC 4; 
College Choir 4; Marching Band 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 4. 
SMITH, RANDOLPH G. RD. #2 Black 
Horse Hill. Chester Springs. 
SMITH, ROBERT R. 520 S. Medi^ Line 
Rd.. Newtown Square. 
SMITH. RONALD L. 517 W. St. Elmo 
St., Nazareth. Intramurals 1, 2; Rugby 
2. 3. 4: Alchemists 1. 2, 3, 4; Student 
Employment 3, 4. 

SMITH, ROSEMARY L. 2151 Poplars 
Rd.. York. Sigma Alpha Iota 1. 2. 3, 4; 
MENC 1, 2. 3. 4; West Chester. 
Musical Theatre Co. 1, 2, 3; Bel Canto 
1; College Choir 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2; 
Women's Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 4. 
S.MITH, SANDRA A. 139 Lancaster 
Rd.. Freehold. N|. RHA 1. 2; Phi Ep- 
silon Kappa 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 




LAURA J. SISKO RONALD |. SIVICK NANCY L. SLATE MARY P. SLOWIK 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Speech Paltiology B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





CYNTHIA K. SMALL JUDITH S. SMALL GAILE E.SMITH GAYLE A. SMITH 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S.German B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice 




GLORIA A. SMITH LESLIE A. SMITH MICHAEL E. SMITH RANDOLPH G. SMITH 

B. A. Social Welfare B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Accounting B. A. History 




320 



ROBERT R.SMITH RONALD L SMITH ROSEMARY L. SMITH SANDRA A. SMITH 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Chemistry B.S. Music Ed B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




lERI SNYDER LYNNE A. SNYDER ROBERT ]. SNYDER SCOTT R. SNYDER 

B.A.Spanish/French B.S. Elem. Ed./Special Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Criminal Justice 





STEVEN K. SOBOCZENSKI GERALD P. SOBOTOR LAURA SPADA 

B.S. Chemistry B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Public Health 



SUSAN E. SPECHT 
B.S. Music Ed. 





ANGELE SPIROPOULOS ELAINE SPIROPOULOS 
B.S. Psychology B.S. Elementary Ed. 





SNYDER, JERI 100 Mildred Ave , 
Collingdale. Alpha Mu Gamma 4, Fen- 
cing 2; Fench Club 4; Junior Year 
Abroad 4; Spanish Student Union Sec. 
3; International Students Association 
4. 

SNYDER, LYNNE A. 119 Woodland 
Rd.. Wyomissing. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1, 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 3; PSEA 4; SCEC 3. 4. 
SNYDER, ROBERT J. 550 E. Olney 
Ave., Phila. Cross Country; Track and 
Field; Lambda Alpha Epsilon 3, 4. 
SNYDER, SCOTT R. 628 N. 11th St., 
Allentown. Theta Chi 1. 2. 3, Pres. 4; 
Lambda Alpha Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 
SOBOCZENSKI, STEVEN K. R.D. #1, 
Chadds Ford. Alchemist Club 1, 2. 
Treas. 3, 4. 

SOBOTOR, GERALD P. 234 Linden 
Dr., Trappe, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, 
SPADA, LAURA 

SPECHT, SUSAN E. 36 Fairview St., 
Boyertown. Mixed Choir 1. 2; String 
Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphony 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Chorus 1. 
2. 

SPINK, DEBORAH J. 3371 Frankford 
Ave., Phila. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 
3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 3, 
4; College Choir 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 
3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 
1, 2; Musica Antigua 1, 2; Symphony 
Orchestra 1, 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2; 
Woodwind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 
SPIRK, SUSAN 502 Prospect Ave., 
Prospect Park. Nursing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
SPIROPOULOS, ANGELE 4 Indepen- 
dence Place, Newtown. 
SPIROPOULOS, ELAINE 4 Indepen- 
dence Place, Newton. 
SPRATLEY, FELICIA B. 7844 Cheiron 
Place, Phila. BSU 1; Majors Club 3; 
Physics Club 3; Student Employment 
2. 

STACKEL, GORDON M. 1045 NW End 
Blvd.. Quakertown. Lambda Chi 
Alpha 2. 3, 4; ICC 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 
4; Historical Society 2, 3, 4; WCUR; 2; 
Student Employment 3, 4. 
STAINE, NANNETTE M. 311 River- 
view Ave., Drexel Hill. Kappa Delta Pi 
3. 4; Elementary Math Majors Club 3, 
4. 

STANSBURY, BRUCE 4016 Marple 
St., Phila. RHA 3; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; PSEA 3, 4; Honors 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



FELICIA B. SPRATLEY GORDON M. STACKEL NANNETTE M. STAINE BRUCE STANSBURY 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. History B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Physical Ed. 




BARBARA p. STEELE 
OS. Public Heallh 



MAR VAN N STEELE DEBRA J. STEELY 

B.S. Elemenlary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 



CORRINEE. STERN 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




JANE V. STEWART VICKI L. STICHTER 

B.S. Nursing B.S. Criminal Justice 



IRWIN V.STOMACKIN ROBBYN G. STONE 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Dental Hygiene 




SUSAN E. STORM ANTHONY A. STORTI DEBRA L. STOUDT 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Eng., Ger., and Span. 



KARLE.STRAUB 
B.S. Social Studies 




STEELE, BARBARA P. 2624 Franklin 
St., Broomall. 

STEELE, MARYANN 309 8. Gray 
Ave., Wilmington. DE. Intramurals 3; 
ACE 4; Student Employment 3, 4, 
STEELY, DEBRA J. 2230 Worthington 
Ave., Bethlehem. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Criterions 1, 2, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 
3; Women's Chorus 1: Symphonic 
Band 1. 2. 3; Wind Ensemble 4. 
STERN, CORRINE E. 430 Ballytore 
Rd., Wynnewood. 

STEWART, JANE V. Scotch Mist 
Farm, Schwencksville. Intramurals 3, 
4: Nursing Class Officer 2. 
STICHTER, VICKI L. R.D.#1, Alburtis. 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
STOMACKIN, IRWIN V. 1504 Benner 
St., Phila. CAS 1, 2, 3, 4; IGA 1, 2. 3, 4; 
TEKE C 3; Basketball 1; SETS Crew 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Employ- 
ment 1, 2, 3, 4. 

STONE, ROBBYN G. 2638 Finlaw 
Ave., Pennsauken, N]. Ski Club 4. 
STORM, SUSAN E. 120 Fox Chase La., 
Cherry Hill, NJ. Valkyrie 2, 3, 4; Bad- 
minton 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 
STORTI, ANTHONY A. 38 West 
Rambo St.. Bridgeport. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha Tappa 
Keg 3, 4. 

STOUDT, DEBRA L. 2639 College La., 
AUentown. Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 
3, 4: Alpha Mu Gamma Pres. 3, 4: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Sigma Tau Delta 
4; German Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Sec. 4; 
Linguistics 1, 2, Pres. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; 
PSEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhymer's Circle 1; 
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 3; Who's Who 4. 
STRAUB, KARL E. 197 Gypsy Rd.. 
King of Prussia. Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 
Pres. 3, 4; Friars 2. 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 
3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
STROCKBINE, BARBARA J. 600 Hill 
Top Dr., New Cumberland. Bel Canto 
1; College Choir 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2; 
Musica Antigua 1, 2; Women's Chorus 
1, 2. 

STRUNK, LORI L. 1308 Hampden 
Blvd., Reading. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2. 3, 4; Women's Glee Club 
2. 

STUBBLEBINE. SANDRA L. 1164 
Church St., Reading. Community Ser- 
vice 2, 3: Social Welfare Club 3, 4. 

STULL, JEFFREY D. 420 E. Marble St., 
Mechanicsburg. Football 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1; Law Club 1; SAM 4. 



BARBARA J. STROCKBINE LORI L. STRUNK 

B.A. Music-Performance B.S. Elementary Ed. 



SANDRA STUBBLEBINE JEFFREY D. STULL 

Bj\. Social Welfare B.S. Marketing 



SUGINT, FELIX P. 3246 Ryan Ave., 
Phila. 

SUPPLEE, BRIAN J. Box 223, Morgan- 
town. MENC 1. 2, 3, 4; College Choir 3; 
Concert Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 
2; Men's Chorus 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4. 
SURDICH, SHARON C. Green Valley 
Rd., York. RHA 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4: Field Hockey 1. 

TABATSCHKOW, KAREN D. 
(HOWERTON) Seven Oaks, #816, 
West Chester. CAS 4; OCSA 3, 4; IGA 
4; Little Theatre Club 4; Who's Who 4. 
TAGUE, JOSEPH L. 346 Roberts Ave., 
Glenside. Football 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1. 
TASHJIAN, JOHN P. 1089 West Circle, 
Ridley Park. 

TAVAKALIAN, MARGARET A. 2517 
Grant Rd., Broomall. Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1. 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; ACE 1, 
2. 

TAYLOR, DAVID H. 38 Lake Rd., 
Morristown, NJ. Pi Gamma Mu 4; Ac- 
counting Society 3. 
TAYLOR, LINDSAY L. B-17 Rarasgate 
Court Apts., West Chester. Valkyrie 4: 
Basketball 1; Intramurals 2, 3; Softball 
1, 2, 3. 4: Majors Club. 
TAYLOR, W. ROBERT 503 W. Main 
St., Parkesburg. 

TERRACCIANO, ELYSA A. 6327 
Grays Ave.. Phila. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 
Equestrian Club 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee 
Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 4. 
TERRIS, SHAWN E. 12 Drake La., Up- 
per Saddle River, N]. Kappa Delta Pi 
3. 4; Valkyrie 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; 
Lacrosse 1. 2, 3, 4; Swimming and Div- 
ing 1, 2; Volleyball 3. 
TERWELP, RICHARD M. 3537 Darby 
Rd., Haverford. Accounting Society 3, 
4. 

THOMAS, GLORIA A. 6491 Ross St., 
Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3. 4. 
THOMPSON, BRUCE 600 Owen Rd., 
West Chester. 

THOMPSON, CHRIS W. 279 Maple 
Ave.. Glenside. Brass Ensemble 3; 
Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Men's Chorus 1: Woodwind Ensem- 
ble 3; Marching Band Percussion In- 
structor 3, 4. 




FELIX P. SUGINT BRIAN J. SUPPLEE SHARON C. SURDICH KAREN TABATSCHKOW 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 




JOSEPH L. TAGUE JOHN P. TASHJIAN MARGARET TAVAKALIAN DA\ ID H T AVIOR 

B.S. Health and Pl.ys. Ed. B.S. Accounting B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Accounting 





LINDSAY L.TAYLOR ROBERT W.TAYLOR ELYSA TERRACCIANO SHAWN E. TERRIS 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A. Philosophy B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





RICHARD M. TERWELP GLORIA A. THOMAS 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Elementary Ed. 



BRUCE THOMPSON CHRIS W. THOMPSON 

B.S. Bus. Management B.A. Music 

323 




MARIANNE THOMSON ROSEANNE THORNTON JANE THORSTEN 

B.S. Elementar> Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Nursing 



DEBORAH A. THURBON 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




DAVID W. TILLER 
B.S. Accounting 



CINDY L. TOMLINSON 
B.A. Social Welfar 



ROSEANNJ.TOSTI 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 

Special Ed. 



AMANDA TRIMBLE 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 




ROBERT S.TRIMBLE 

B.A. Speech 

Communications 



MICHAEL T. TRIO 

B.A. Geography and 

Planning 



JEFFREY F.TRUHE 

B.S. Health and 
Phys. Ed. /Recreation 



ALICE M.TURNER 
B.S. Spanish 





THOMPSON, MARIANNE 2440 
Rosella St., Phila. Student Employ- 
ment 3. 

THORNTON, ROSEANNE M. 6110 Ir- 
ving St., Phila. B.S.U.; Alpha Phi 
Omega National Service Fraternity, 
THORSTEN, JANE 46 N.Montgomery 
Ave., Norristown. 

THURBON, DEBORAH A. Box 79, 
R.D. #4, Newville. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1. 2, 3, 4, 
TILLER, DAVID W. 24 James Rd., Hat- 
boro. Weight Lifting 3, 4: SAM 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Accounting Society 
4. 

TOMLINSON, CINDY L. R,D. #2, 
Doylestowrn. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Social 
Welfare Club 3, 4; Women's Glee Club 

1. 2. 

TOSTI, ROSEANN J. 435 Maris Rd., 
Springfield. Abbe Society 3, 4; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 

2, 3, 4. 

TRIMBLE, AMANDA 1253 S. 49th St., 
Phila. Alpha Phi Alpha Court Mem- 
ber; Higher Ed. Opportunity Program. 
TRIMBLE, ROBERT S. 110 Price St.. 
West Chester. Rugby 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight 
Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; In- 
tramurals 3, 4. 

TRIO, MICHAEL T. 631 Maplewood 
Ave., Springfield. Friars 2, V, Pres. 3, 
4; Ice Hockey 1, 2. 4; Lacrosse 3; Soc- 
cer 1, 2; Art Association 2, 3; 
Geography and Outing Club 4; Quad 
Angles 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 
TRLtHE, JEFFREY F. 600 Fairway Dr., 
Union, NJ. Gymnastics 1; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2; Geography 
and Outing Club 2, 3: Track Club 1, 2. 
TURNER, ALICE M. 1865 Widener PL, 
Phila. BSU 3, 4; IGA 2; Student Em- 
ployment 1, 2, 3. 

TURNER, BRIAN K. #9 Third Ave., 
Malvern. Gymnastics 1, 2. 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2; Student Employment 3. 
TURNER, DOREEN V. 112 E. Parkway 
Ave., Chester. 

TWIFORD, LISE D. 301-B Willow- 
brook Dr., Norristown. Concert Band 
1, 2; Marching Band 1, 2, 
TWOMEY, ELIZABETH B. 1221 
Waterford Rd., West Chester. RHA 1; 
Young Republicans 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



BRIAN K. TURNER DOREEN V.TURNER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



LISE D. TWIFORD 
B.S. Marketing 



ELIZABETH B. TWOMEY 
B.S. Bus, Administration 



URBINE. KAREN L. 219 Slack Dr 

Coatsville. College Choir 3, 4 Concert 

Band 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2. 3: 

Women's Chorus 1. 2. 

VALENTINO, CHARLOTTE 874 

North 22nd St., Phila. 

VALESKY, JANET T. 10 Radburn Rd., 

Huntington Valley. 

VALLORANI, DIANE E. Newark Rd., 

Toughkenamon. 

VAN SCHOICK, PENNY 130 Dean St., 
West Chester. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; 
Social Welfare Club 3, 4; FCA 1, 2: In- 
tramurals 2. 

VENEZIAK, GEORGE J. 700 Welsh 
Rd., Huntington Valley. Football 1, 2, 
3, 4. I 

VERNO, JOHN A. 11 W. High St, 
Stovve. Pi Gamma Mu 4: Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 3, 4: Lacrosse 2, 3, 4 
VICKERS, PATRICIA D. 241 Sylvania 
Ave., Glenside. Psychology Club 2, 
Marching Band 2, 3. 

VOGEL, BRUCE J. 210 Canford Dr , 
Broomall. Alpha Mu Gamma 4, 
WCUR 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 
4; Spanish Student Union 2, 3, 4. 
VOGLER, ROBERT O. 411 S. Walnut 
St., West Chester. Rugby 3, 4; Wrestl- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WADE, MICHAEL D. 5651 Osage 
Ave., Phila, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; CAS 4: 
Omega Psi Phi 2, 3, 4; Football 1; In- 
door Track 2, 3, 4; Track and Field 2, 3, 
4. 

WAGNER, CYNTHIA J. 227 W. Union 
St., West Chester, MENC 3. 4; College 
Choir 1, 2; Mixed Choir 1: Musica An- 
tigua 2, 3, 4; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 1; Newman 1, 2, 
WAGNER, JAMES M. 1295 N., 
Providence Rd. Apt. #306, Media. | 
WALKER, TAMRA J. 916 E. 4th St., 
Bellwood. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3; Hockev 2; Indoor Track 3; 
Track and Field 3; PSEA 3. 4; Track 
Club 2; Student Employment 2, 3, 4. 
WALSH, HELYN B. 20 Crestline Rd., 
Strafford. Social Welfare Club 2, 3, 
Treas, 4. 

WALTERS, ANN M. 214 E. Chestnut 
St., Shiremanstown. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 
4. 




KAREN K. URBINE CHARLOTTE VALENTINO JANET T. VALESKY 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



DIANE E. VALLORANI 
B.S. Public Health 




PENNY VAN SCHOIK GEORGE J. VENEZIALE JOHN A. VERNO 

B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice 



PATRICIA D. VICKERS 
B.A. Psychology 




BRUCE J. VOGEL 
B.A. Spanish 



ROBERTO. VOGLER MICHAEL D. WADE CYNTHIA J. WAGNER 

B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed./Piano 




JAMES M. WAGNER TAMRA J. WALKER 

B.S. Bus. Management B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



HELYN B. WALSH ANN M. WALTERS 

B.A. Social Welfare B.S. Elementary Ed. 



WALTERS, JEFFREY S. 19 Beaver La.. 
Easlon. Intramurals 1.2.3. 4; Tennis 1, 

2, 3. 4: Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 

3. 4: FCA 1. 2. 3. 4. 
WALTON, JEFFERY L. 
WARMAN, ELLEN P. 109 Ninth Ave., 
Folsom. Young Democrats 1. 2: New- 
man 1. 2: Serpentine 2; Student Em- 
plovment 1. 2. 3. 4; Special Ed. Club 3. 
4. 

WASSEL, ROBIN M. 227 VV. Union St.. 
West Chester. Geography and Outing 
Club 1, 2: Kavak and Canoe Club 1. 2; 
MENC 4: College Choir 3. 4; Women's 
Chorus 1. 2: Church Concerts 4; Piano 
Recitals 3. 

WASSHEM, LISA M. 341 S. Rolling 
Rd.. Springfield. Lambda Alpha Ep- 
silon 3. 4. 

WASSUM, JOHN M. 1079 Princeton 
Dr.. Yardley. Intramurals 3. 4. 
WATERS, FLETA M. 1239 N. 57th St., 
Phila. BSU 1. 2, 3. 4; Alpha Kappa 
Alpha 2. 3. 4: Parliamentarian. Pan- 
hellenic Rep., and Epistoleus for 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Gospel Choir 1, 2; Women's Glee Club 
1, 2. 3, 4: Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; SCEC: 
lACE. 

WEAVER, CYNTHIA K. 3100 Dashiell 
Rd.. Falls Church. VA. RHA 1, 3; 
Track and Field 3: Majors Club 1, 2; 
Philosophy Club 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 
3. 

WEAVER, DOUGLAS J. 120 Vine St.. 
Terre Hill. Chamber Choir 2; College 
Choir 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 4: Mixed 
Choir 1; Musica Antigua 3. 4: Men's 
Chorus 1. 

WEAVER, DWIGHT L. 517 E. Ross St., 
Lancaster. ITA 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; 
Phi Mu Alpha 3. 4; Baseball 2. 3: In- 
tramurals 1. 2. 3. 4: MENC 1, 4; 
Theatre 208 Productions 3, 4; Brass En- 
semble 2, 4; College Choir 4; Concert 
Band 1. 3: Criterions 1: Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 1; Men's 
Chorus 1; Wind Ensemble 4; Brass 
Choir 4; Basketball Ref. 2. 
WEBER, NANCY M. 2134 Holly La., 
Cinnaminson. .\J. 

WEBER, PEGGY A. 420 S. 9th St., 
Akron. IGA 1. 2: Alpha Lambda Delta 
Treas. 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3; MENC 3, 4; 
Bel Canto 1: Chamber Choir 3, Treas. 
4: Concert Band 3. 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; 
Women's Chorus 1. 2; Who's Who 4. 
WEBSTER, MARSHA S. 742 Middle 
La., Camp Hill. Sociology Club 1, 2, 3. 
4. 

WEILER. BARBARA A. 8 Frog Hollow 
Rd.. Churchville. Phi Theta Kappa 1, 
2; Intramurals 3. 4; Dorm Council 3. 4. 

WEISS, TIMOTHY R. Box 107, Oley. 
Alpha Phi Omega 4; Little Theatre 
Club 3. 4; West Chester Musical 
Theatre Co. 3. 4. 

WELLS, LESLIE A. 2663 Pickertown 
Rd.. Warrington. 




JEFFREY S. WALTERS JEFFERY L. WALTON ELLEN P. WARMAN ROBIN M. WASSEL 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 




LISA M. WASSHEM 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



JOHN M. WASSUM 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



FLETA M. WATERS CYNTHIA K. WEAVER 

B.S. Elem. Ed./Sp. Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 




DOUGLAS J. WEAVER DWIGHT L WEAVER 

B. A. Music B.S. Music Ed. 



NANCY M.WEBER 
B.S. Social Welfare 



PEGGY A. WEBER 
B.S. Music Ed. 




MARSHA S.WEBSTER BARBARA A. WEILER TIMOTHY R. WEISS LESLIE A. WELLS 

B. A. Sociology B.S. Elementary Ed. B. A. Theatre B.S. Criminal Justice 





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CAREN D. WENGER BEVERLY K. WENRICH CHERYL A. WENRICH PATRICIA A. WERTMAN 

B.S. Criminal lustice B.A. Piiilosophy/Religion B.S. Nursing B.S. Heaitli and Phys. Ed./Rec. 




DAVID T.WETZEL MARYJANE WETZEL REBECCA M. WHITE 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Heallli and Pliys. Ed. B.S. Elementary Ed. 



THERESE M.WHITE 

B.S.EIem. Ed./Sp.Ed. 



WENGER, CAREN D. 3029 Vista St., 
Phila. RHA 2; Abbe Society 3. 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Law Club 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Employment 3, 4; Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon. 

WENRICH, BEVERLY K. 247 Main St.. 
Leesport. RHA 1; Alpha Lambda Delta 
2, 3, 4; Nursing Club 1; Philosophy 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WENRICH, CHERYL A. R.D. #1247, 
Fleetwood. Intramurals 2, 3; Zeta Tau 
Alpha 2. Rush Chairman 3, Pres. 4. 
WERTMAN, PATRICIA A. 1412 
Michigan Ave., Swarthmore. Kappa 
Delta Pi 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Geography and Outing Club 3; Majors 
Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WETZEL, DAVID T. 97 W. Plumstead 
Ave., Lansdowne. Little Theatre Club 
3; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4; West Chester 
Musical Theatre Co. 1, 2; Chamber 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 3, 4; 
Mixed Choir 1, 2; Musica Antigua 3; 
Men's Chorus 1, 2. 

WETZEL, MARYJANE 746 Darby 
Paoli Rd., Newtown Square. Gym- 
nastics 1, 2, 3; Lacrosse 1, 2; Track and 
Field 3; Equestrian Club 3; Majors 
Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 
WHITE, REBECCA M. 721 11th Ave., 
Prospect Park. 

WHITE, THERESE M. 680 Bealty Rd., 
Springfield. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ACE 
1, 4. 




WHITE, WILLIAM R. 3800 Huey Ave., 
Drexel Hill. Pi Gamma Mu 4: Tau 
Kappa Epsilon 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 

2, 3, 4; Accounting Club Treas. 3, 4; 
Resident Assistant 3, 4. 
WHITEHEAD, CLIFF J. 2048 New 
Bedford Rd.. Spring Lake, NJ. Cross 
Country 3, 4; Track and Field 3, 4. 
WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM H. 1117 E. 
Riltenhouse St.. Phila. BSU 1, 3; IGA 1. 
WHITESIDE, ROBERT W. 3 Dewey 
Rd.. Cheltenham. Boxing 1; Chess 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Ski Club 4; National 
Student Exchange 3. 

WIGGS, SHARON J. 601 S. High St. 
Apt #4. West Chester. 
WILCOX, CHRISTINE D. 939 N 45th 
St.. Phila. Alpha Kappa Alpha 2. An- 
tibasileus 3. 4; Panhellenic Council 2. 
3. 

WILEV. BEVERLY A. 1023 Bristol Rd., 
Churchville. Intramurals 3. 4; Political 
Science Club 3. 4. 

WILEY, SUSAN J. 28 Green Valley 
Rd.. Wallingford. Student Affairs 
Council 3; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3. 4 
Cheerleader 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4 
Equestrian Club 1, 2: Folk Dance 1 
Majors Club 1: Modern Dance 2 
Theatre Dance Group 2; WAA 1, 2 
Wrestling Belles 1. 2, 3, 4; Women's 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Student Employ- 
ment 2, 3, 4: Lambda Alpha Epsilon 2, 

3, 4; Dance Production Work.snop 1. 3, 
4. 




WILLIAM R.WHITE CLIFF ). WHITEHEAD WILLIAM H. WHITEHEAD ROBERT W. WHITESIDE 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.A.Arl B.S. Bus. Management 





SHARON (WIGGS 
B.A. Literature 



CHRISTINE D WILCOX 

B.S. Nursing 



BEVERLY A.WILEY 
B.A. Polillcal Science/ 
Public Administration 



SUSAN J. WILEY 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



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DOUGLAS E. WILFERT CAROL A. WILKINS 

B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Speech Pathology 



JOSEPH WILKINS CHERYL A. WILLIAMS 

B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 





DANIEL E. WILLIAMS DIANE E. WILLIAMS 

B.S. Bus. Administration B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



FAYE A. WILLIAMS MICHAEL B. WILLIAMS 

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




MARY ANN WILLIAMSON 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CHERYL D.WILLIS 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



ERIC T.WILLIS 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



TONY C.WILLIS 
B.A. Social Welfare 




WILFERT, DOUGLAS E, 9 Gumwood 
Dr.. Wilmington, DE. Brass Ensemble 
4; College Choir 3; Concert Band 1; 
Criterions 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Men's Chorus 1, 2. 
WILKINS, CAROL A. 132 Main St., 
Manasquan. NJ. ACE 3, 4; Speech 
Path, and Audiology Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WILKINS, JOSEPH 6743 N. 18th St., 
Phila. Alpha Phi Alpha 3, 4; Marching 
Band 1. 2; WCUR 2, 3. 4. 
WILLIAMS, CHERYL A. 8231 
Michener Ave., Phila. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; 
RHA 3, 4; Omega Psi Phi Sweetheart 
3; Hockey 2; Modern Dance 1, 2, 3; 
PSEA 4. 

WILLIAMS, DANIEL E, 1804 
Worthington Dr., Exton. Intramurals 1, 
2. 

WILLIAMS, DIANE E. Roay Ave. and 
Sinkler Rd., Wyncote. Hockey 1; 
Lacrosse 2; Equestrian Club 1, 2, Pres. 
3. 

WILLIAMS, FAYE A, 2855 N. 20th St., 
Phila. BSU 1, 2; RHA 1, 2; Community 
Service 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Alpha 3, 
4; Panhellenic Council V. Pres. 3, 4; 
PSEA 4; Intramurals 1; Orientation 
Leader 3. 4; Resident Assistant 3, 4; 
Student Employment 2, 3, 4. 
WILLIAMS, MICHAEL B. 5422 Wood- 
bine Ave.. Phila. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WILLIAMSON, MARY ANN 4 Clear- 
view Rd., Malvern. 
WILLIS, CHERYL D. 527 E. 
Tulpehocken St., Phila. 
WILLIS, ERIC T. 823 E. Locust Ave.. 
Phila. BUS 1; Community Service 3; 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Lacrosse 4; Soccer 
1, 3; Majors Club 2. 
WILLIS, TONY C. 2205 Airacobra St., 
Levittown. BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi 
Alpha 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4; Track and Field 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WILSON, ELAINE M. 148 Beechwood 
Rd., Newtown Square. Gamma Sigma 
Sigma 1, 2; ACE 1, 2; College Choir 1, 
2; Concert Band 1, 2; Marching Band 1. 
2; All-Girl Band 1, 2; Student Employ- 
ment 1. 2. 

WILSON, PAMELA E. 4 E. River Rd. 
Rumson, N|. Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 
Track and Field 2, 3, 4; Track Club 2 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WILSON, TERRI 2916 W. Master St.. 
Phila. RHA 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; 
PSEA 4; WCUR 2, Personnel Director 
3, 4. 

WIMER, DONNA P. R.D. #1, 
Holtwood. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; PSEA 
4; NAEYC 4: SCEC 4. 



ELAINE M.WILSON 
B.S. Elementary Ed. 



PAMELA E. WILSON 

B.S. Health and 
Phys. Ed. /Recreation 



TERRI WILSON 
B.S. Education 



DONNA P. WIMER 
B.S. Early Childhood Ed. 



UIMMER. KATHLEEN A. 102 
Casimir Dr.. New Castle. DE. RHA 2; 
Alpha Lambda Delia 1. 2. 3. 4: Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. V.Pres. 4; Speech Path, and 
Audiolog\ Club 1. Sec. 2. 3. 4. 
WINGO. MARIH E. Box 2. 199 
Telegraph Rd.. Coatesville. BSU 4: 
Psycholog>- Club 4: Student Employ- 
ment 4. 

WITKOSKI, SARAH L. 455 W 
Woodland Ave.. Springfield. Sigma 
Alpha Iota 3, 4; Symphonic Band 1, 3; 
College Choir 3. 4: Concert Band 1. 2; 
Marching Band 1. 2. 3. Mixed Choir 1. 
2; MENC 1, 2. 3. 4. 
UTTTEMANN, WILBUR E. 1320 
Eisenhower St.. Lakewood. NJ. IGA 1. 
2. 3. 4: Phi Mu Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4; MENC 
1. 2; Concert Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Criterions 

1. Student Director 2. 3. 4; Marching 
Band 1 . 2. 3. 4: Mixed Choir 1. 2; Men's 
Chorus 1. 2. 

WOENL. RICHARD H. 1511 Sugar- 
town Rd.. Paoli. Russian Club 3. 4. 
WOJEWODKA. LIDIA 28 Bishops Dr.. 
Aston. Commuter Government 1; 
Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3. 4; Pi Mu 
Epsilon 2. 3. 4; Anderson Math Club 2. 
3; Kayak and Canoe Club 1: Women's 
Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Campus Crusade for 
Christ 3. 4: Newman 3. 4: Computer 
Club 3. 4. 

WOYNAROWSKI, MARY S. Box 196. 
Daniel Boone Rd.. R.D.#2. Birdsboro. 
Dorm Council 1. 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; 
Intramuralsl. 2.3.4; PSEA3, 4: Young 
Republicans 1. 2. 3. 
WRIGHT, GARY A. 717 Churchill Dr.. 
Chapel Hill. NC. Alpha Sigma Tau 1. 

2. Historian 3. 4; Darlington Biological 
Society 1; Athletic Trainer's Club 1. 2. 

3. 4: Health Majors Club 4. 
WRIGHT, SUZANNE E. 2402 
Shepherd Circle. Northfield, N). 
Abbe Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Lambda 
Delta 1. 

YAKSCOE, JOAN L. 33 South 
Whitehall Rd.. N'orristown. RHA 4; In- 
tramurals 3. 4: Student Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children 3. 4. 
YANCEY, CHERYL E. 6437 Belfield 
Ave.. Phila. BSU 1. 2: Track and Field 
1; Intramurals 1, 2. 
YOUNG, BEVERLY A. 450 Claremont 
Rd.. Springfield. Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: 
Intramurals 1: MENC. 1. 2, 3. 4; 
College Choir 4: Criterions 2: 
Marching Band 1. 2. 3: Mixed Choir 1. 
2: Women's Chorus 1. 2: Woodwind 
Ensemble 2; Symphonic Band 1. 3. 4: 
Flute Ensemble 1. 2. 3. 4. 
YOUNG, DELORES 216 North Horton 
St.. Phila. BSU 1. 2. 3. 4: IGA 1. 2, 3. 4; 
Social Welfare Club V.Pres. 3. 4; 
Who's Who 4; NAACP Student 
Program Assistant. 

YOUNG. WILLIAM P. R.D.#2 Palmer- 
Ion. Football 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Track and Field 2: Wrestling 3. 4. 
ZABOROWSKI. KENNETH M. 2313 
Edgely Ave.. Levittown. Intramurals 1, 
2. 3. 4: Lacrosse 1, 2: Accounting 
Society 1. 2. 3. 4. 

ZAYAITZ, RICHARD G 1R20 West 
Wood St.. Emmaus. Theta Chi 3. 4. 




KATHLEEN' A. UIM.MER .MARIH E. UI.NGO SARAH L. WITKOSKI WILBL'R WITTEMANN 

B.S. Speech Pathology B.S. Psychology B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Music Ed. /Trumpet 




RICHARD H.UOENL LIDIA WOJEWODKA MARY WOYNAROWSKI 

B. A. Russian Studies B.S. Computer Science B.S. Elementary Ed. 



CARY A. WRIGHT 
B.S. Health Ed. 




SUZANNE E. WRIGHT 
B.S. Nursing 



JOAN L. YAKSCOE CHERYL E. YANCEY BEVERLY A. YOUNG 

B.S. Elementary Ed. B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Music Ed. 





DELORES YOUNG WILLIAM P. YOUNG KENNETH ZABOROWSKI RICHARD G. ZAYAITZ 

B.S. Social Welfare B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. B.S. Accounting B. A. Psychology 




KARIN E. ZETTERBERG 
B.S. Public Health 



HARVEY J.ZOOK III 
B.S. Health Ed. 



SCOTT DEPREFONTAINE DONNA DIBUONAVENTIRO 
B.S. Music Ed. B.S. Bus. Management 




PAMELA A. LOTT 
B.S. Health and Phys. Ed. 



DAVID F.SMITH 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



CHERYL J. BALDER 
B.S. Health and Phvs. Ed. 



NANCY CANTVVELL 
B.S. Music 




COLLEEN ). CHANNING 
B.S. Public Health 



JAMES CLARK 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



FORRUST G.MILLER 
B.S. Chemistry/Biology 



MICHAEL E.SMITH 
B. A. Spanish 




SENIORS NOT PICTURED 
SANDRA T. CELLI 
CHARLOTTE J. GORMISH 
CAROL-ANN MYRTETUS 
JOSEPH M. MULVEY 
SANDRA H. ROOK 
LOUISE D. SANTOLERI 
E. LYNN THOMAS 
JEFFREY L. WALTAR 



ZETTERBERG, KARIN E. 791 Darby 

Paoli Rd., Bryn Mawr. Kappa Delta Pi 
3, 4; Equestrian Club 4; Theatre Dance 
Group 3; Health Professionals Club 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 2; In- 
tramurals 3. 

ZOOK III, HARVEY J. 313 Lincoln 
Way West, New Oxford. Cheerleader 
4; Inlramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. 
DEPREFONTAINE, SCOTT A. 100 
Brianwood Dr., Douglassville. Bel 
Canto 1; Concert Band 1, 3; Criterions 
4; Marching Band 1, 2; Mixed Choir 1, 
2; Men's Chorus 1, 2; Wind Ensemble 
3, 4; Symphonic Band 3; National Stu- 
dent Exchange 2, 3. 
DIBUONAVENTURO, DONNA M. 21 
Lowry's La.. Rosemont. 
LOTT, PAMELA A. 164 Highland 
Ave., W. Millington. N], Valkyrie 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Lacrosse 2; PSEA 3, 4; Student Em- 
ployment 3, 4. 

SMITH, DAVID F. 1484 Virmay Dr. 
Gilbertsville. Theta Chi 2, 3, 4 
Lambda Alpha Epsilon 4; Law Club 4: 
Intramurals 3. 

BALDER, CHERYL J. 528 B W. 
Marshall St.. West Chester. Valkyrie 

2, 3 Reg., 4; Cross Country 4; In- 
tramurals 1,2, 3,4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track & Field 2; Kayak & Canoe Club 
1, 4; Majors Club 1,' 3, 4. 
CANTWELL, NANCY 5135 D, St. 
M.E.N.C. 1. 2. 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2. 

3, 4; Mixed Choir 1, 2; Musica Antigua 
1, 2. 3; Women's Chorus 1. 2; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 1; ECM 2, 3, 4; 
Newman 1, 2. 

CHANNING, COLLEEN J. 750 S. 
Franklin St., West Chester. Theta Chi 
1, 2; Tennis 2; Majors Club 1; In- 
tramurals 3, 4: Student Employment 3, 
4. 

CLARK, JAMES 24 N. 7th Ave.. P.O. 
Box 531, Coatesville. No. 1 Amateur 
Boxer in U.S.A. 1977-1978: No. 1 
Amateur Boxer in World — 1975; Drug 
and Alcohol Counselor 4; Coordinator 
of Counseling Program 4; Executive 
director of W.C. Boxing and Weight 
Training Program. 

MILLER, FORRUST G. 1550 
Bondsvjlle Rd., Downingtown. Alpha 
Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Alchemists 
Club 3, 4; Darlington Biological 
Society 3, 4. 

SMITH, MICHAEL E. 128 Dean St., 
West Chester, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; CAS 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramurals 2. 
WOLBACH, DEBRA L. 915 Poplar 
Ave., Glenolden. 



DEBRA L. WOLBACH 
B.S. Bus. Administration 



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Welkinweir Is West Chester's most recent 
land acquistion containing 166 acres 
located in northern Chester County. Mr. 
and Mrs. Everett G. Rodebaugh presented 
the Welkinweir estate to the college as a 
gift. 

A six-acre man-made lake, seven ponds, 
lawns, forested areas as well as some un- 
usual plantings are all included in the 
Welkinweir estate. The Horseshore Trail, 
which passes through the property, leads to 
the Appalachian Trail. 

The stone mansion at Welkinweir con- 
tains a collection of historically valuable 
books, antiques and artwork. Main attrac- 
tions of the collections are the authen- 
ticated Chester County pieces of furniture, 
an E.M. Skinner Automatic Pipe Organ, a 
Mason and Hamlin Piano, antique clocks, 
and English silver collection and many 
oriental rugs. Filled with these many 
treasures, the residence is now used for 
concerts, seminars and conferences. 




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GRADUATION 




It was a rainy morning on May 
19th for the 1979 commencement. 
Due to the rain the senior class was 
divided by schools and their exer- 
cises were held in different loca- 
tions around campus. Each school 
had its own commencement and 
guest speakers. The rain made 
parking difficult, but the weather 
did not dampen the spirits of the 
graduating class. The individual 
graduation exercises were small, 
concise, and personal. Graduation 
is a special day for parents, family, 
and friends, as well as for the 
graduates. It was a day of cameras, 
umbrellas, smiles, tears, and pride. 




In memory of . . . 



Dr. Relis Brown 
Carl Burrichter 
Allen Hickman 
Felicia Sprately 
Lillian Upshur 




Frank Quinn — Business Manager 




Terri Fabian — Seniors and Sports Editor 



when we were young a carefree life was one we 
took for granted. Birds playfully chirped above us in 
the trees where we became educated in mud-pie per- 
fection. As we grew older our parents sent us away to 
become responsible, reasonable, and logical. For 
many years we routinely went through life, rarely 
noticing where our lives were headed. Wondering 
who we were and who we were going to be, we chose 
many different paths. Each path was a step in the 
direction of an ultimate goal. This ultimate goal, one 
of many to come, was obtaining a degree from college. 
Our college years proved to be more than an 
academic education, they were also a social educa- 
tion. Making and losing friends, overcoming obstacles 

— many of which we bought when we paid our tuition 

— were trying experiences. We have grown and 
matured, becoming more logical and responsible with 
the passing of time. We learned many things in 
college and have many memories both good and bad. 
The joyful and sorrowful times have already proved 
invaluable to our lives. 

These times which we have enjoyed and learned so 
much from are portrayed and exemplified throughout 
the 1979 Serpentine yearbook. I would like to take this 
time to personally thank the many marvelous people 
who helped create this yearbook. First let me say, 
everyone who contributed did a wonderful job. It is 
difficult to thank them in words and I hope they un- 
derstand! The male backbone of our staff and 
Business Manager was Frank Quinn. He helped in 
many ways no one else could. He was there for all of 
the emotional trials and tribulations, yet Frank's 
sense of humor never failed to lift our spirits. He also 
doubled as the News Review Editor and held together 
many other troubled areas of the book. Another major 
supporter was Janet Emery (Student Life Editor, 
Faculty Editor, and Assistant Editor), Janet was 
always there when I needed her. She stayed up to 
early morning hours finishing deadlines and 
providing an enormous amount of energy and motiva- 
tion. Her early enthusiasm helped considerably yet 
not once did she 'cop out'! Janet has become a dear 
friend to me and her determination frequently in- 
fluenced me and everyone else. Terri Fabian is one of 
a kind, words cannot describe her. Capable of doing 
her job and doing it well she first served as Seniors 
Editor and later as Sports Editor. Terri always 
seemed to help break the monotony during deadlines. 
In spite of the ridicule and fun we made of Terri, she 
proved to be dedicated and went out of her way for 
many things. The Clubs and Organizations Editor, 
Sharon Pancio, appeared mid-year with a con- 
siderable amount of enthusiasm. She produced the 
Clubs section of the book. Caught up in the middle of 
much aggravation, Sharon stayed with us and did the 
best she could with so little time and experience. Her 
help was invaluable. Walker Colston was the Campus 
Tour Editor. He did a fine job writing essays for his 
section while working nearly fulltime and attending 
classes. I also want to thank Lisa Wedwick who acted 
as the Photography Editor and helped organize the 
photographers. She handled the work load efficiently 
and patiently. 

The major people behind the scenes were Dr. John 
Field — advisor. George Nichols — publisher, Dian 
H'n»'vr?nto — also publishing, v.p. Tom Halpin and 




Gary Erb — professional photographers. Dr. Field ac- 
cepted many last minute proofreading and censorship 
jobs, but always helped us meet our deadlines. I can- 
not say enough about George Nichols, who has 
become a dear friend to us. There were many times 
when George bent over backwards to help us. He did 
everything from feeding the starving editors to back- 
ing up deadlines. Dian Benevento pulled us out of 
more pinches and smoothed out the troubled areas 
with ease and perfection. I am especially grateful to 
Dian for her patience and understanding. She has 
also become a close friend. Tom Halpin and Gary Erb 
were two of the best, most understanding 
photographers we could have asked for. They came to 
the college on short notices and always seemed to un- 
derstand what types of photographs we needed. 

There are so many people who need to be thanked 
for helping produce this yearbook; like my parents 
who courageously loaned me their car and patiently 
waited for me to return from the office. Terri and the 
staff would also like to thank Nevin Morris and the 
sports coaches who assisted by providing pictures and 
information. Thanks should also be extended to 
Janet's roommates at 132 Dean St. #10 who let us use 
their kitchen table and my friends Chrissie B. and 
Peggy who supplied friendly and moral support. 




We would also like to thank: 
Jack Sugrue (Faculty) 
Sherry Fox (Faculty) 
Linda Reisdorf (Seniors) 
Greg Barber (Photography) 
Mike Bria (Photography) 
Gerry Burchart (Photography) 
Joe Bacica (Photography) 
Sue Donahue (Campus Tour) 
Nancy Campbell (Student Life) 
Rita Kauffman (Student Life) 
Mary Mulvey (Sports) 
Greg Wilk (Sports) 
Ray Stercula (Sports) 
Anita Eggert (Seniors, Faculty) 

I want to thank those people whose names may 
have gone unmentioned, their efforts were also ap- 
preciated. 




Photo Credits 

pp. 1-4 Steven Adams 

p. 4 Mike Bria 

p. 5 Steven Adams, Mike Bria, Tom Halpin 

p. 6 Tom Halpin 

p. 7 Mike Bria 

pp. 68-69 Mike Bria 

pp. 70-71 Frank Quinn 

pp. 82-83 Mike Bria 

pp. 86-87 Bob Wood (Harry Chapin, David Bromberg) 

p. 87 Bob Trimblis (Johnny's Dance Band) 

pp. 98-99 The Quad 

p. 98 Robert Klimas (staff). Bob Wood (Ellen Sands) 

p. 99 Robert Klimas (Editorial Board), Bob Wood 

(Carolyn Roessel, Lori Jordan) 

pp. 241-253 Tom Halpin 

Senior Portraits Tom Halpin and Gary Erb (Nichols Assoc.) 

Club group shots Tom Halpin and Gary Erb (Nichols Assoc. 




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