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1978 ^ 

Bloomsburg State Col ege 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Cathy E. Poffenberger, Editor 
Barbara Borski, Asst. Editor 






SPIRIT 



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SELF 136 I OTHERS 200 I LIFE 241 




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. . wading through a swamp of term papers, climbing mountains 
of books, fording a river of exams, crossing a chasm of lectures, 
reaching the destination of a four year journey . . . there awaits a 
forest of cobwebs . . . beautiful in their fragile virginity, tempting 
me to feast in their simplicity . . . challenging me to destroy them in 
the continuation of a travelling that should not end . . . 





ACADEMIA. . .COLLEGE 
AND BEYOND 

Sometimes, unfortunately, 

Higher Education 
breeds a narrow mind . . . 

Over-Specialization? 
This is academic myopsy. 

Tunnel Vision. 
The ability to perceive 

The Reality 
of a situation becomes 

impossible. 
This IS unfortunate because 
we find a lot of people 
who are afflicted with 
this condition m positions of 
Influence and POWER 
Sometimes (and here lies the 
sorrow) 
we find them teaching 

Our Children. 
We must then ask 

Our Selves, 
Do we want our children 
to grow up with the same 

affliction? 

C. L Fissel 




iBODY 




. . . kick harder . . . one more lap, one more gasp for breath . . . foot after 
foot pounding on gym floors, tennis courts, jogging trails . . . one more 
lap, one more mile . . .tackle. . . body piled on body piled on cold earth 
. . . jump higher, reaching skyward . . . two more points . . . the music 
plays faster . . . one more dance . . . muscles tensing, relaxing, 
stretching, hardening . . . bodies in continual motion . . . amazing bodies 
. . . able to endure the pounding, hurting and still susceptible to the soft 
rays of new sunshine, the smooth calm of a good wine, the warm closeness 
of another body . . . 




MEASURES OF PLEASURES AND GARDENS 

from the blue blue 

from the sparkling dropping remnants of starbursts 

from the cresting mounds of waters roll 

from the most message chalked on ice 

from the shiver of tranquil beasts 

from the measures of pleasures and gardens 

from yourselves bodies 

you shine 

Steven W. Styers 




. . . it's my turn now . . . eyes and ears are foc- 
used on me . . ."what did you learn in college, son/ 
daughter". . . Hamlet, the Taft-Hartley Act, man has 23 

pairs of chromosomes . . . 
dad, i have learned to be scared, to cry, to cele- 
brate, to look inside when i'm on the outside, to 
be on my own. . . i have seen the emptiness through the 
translucent glass that is me but beneath there 
are colors and a song as serene as the raining leaves . . . 
and i have learned that someday those colors will 
be a rainbow and if i'm the only one who sees 

It, it's still okay . . . 



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SELF 








. . . thousands of different personalities . . . 
originating in thousands of different places from 
thousands of different backgrounds . . .all with 
different values and influences . . . with thou- 
sands of different goals and perspectives . . .creating 
millions of different ideas . . .yet like the 
numberless individual stars in the evening heavens 
we co-exist, held together by the thread of being . . . 
often reflecting the glow of those near us . . . 




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OTHERS 



IDENTITY CRISIS III 

Hard on the Saroyan scale 
The whole human race 
becomes "one man at a time" 
Himself. Yourself. Myself. 
Ourselves. 

In this tightening world 
sights and sounds strain the 

nerves, form the "it" 
and Yeats seems somehow 
out-of-)oint sailing to his 
Byzantium 
for whatever is begotten, 

born (and does) 
eventually 
— dies 

and eyes and ears 
whether caught in sensual music 
or noise 

cannot escape the inexorable 
rhythm of life. 

A judgement tossed in 
between the waves of 
"is" and "ought" 
an existential gulf 
inhabited by only you and I 
and our continual guesting 
for an identity of one 
unconscious of Freud's 
perduring influence of 
the child in every adult 
oblivious to those 
exterior landscapes 
formulating the "who" 
of us all. 

Percival R. Roberts III 



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CROSSCOUNTRY 



This fall season sport was highlighted by a lanky Senior 
whose determination brought a little more recognition to 
BSC. Steve Eachus, the running-machine of the Huskies, 
was constantly breaking course ecords. Though the 
team lost a majority of their meets, Steve was the individ- 
ual winner in all of them. He was the Penna. Conference 
champion as he crossed the finish line in 29: 1 5 at Mans- 
field and placed third in the NCAA Division II Champion- 
ships held in Illinois and came in 61st in the Division I 
competition in Washington. 

Eachus was joined by a fine group of teammates 
including Junior Mark Bond and Senior Jeff Brandt who 
consistently placed in the meets. Other performers such 
as Stan Cohen, Bob Kantner, Kevin Foster and Rob Win- 
tersteen always were threats in the dual meets. 







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Sitting, left to right: Kevin Foster, Greg Kantner, Aaron 
Johnson, Ben Crowie, Steve Johnson. Kneeling: Chuck Man- 
nix, Stan Cohen, Scott McCorry, Doug Godfrey. Standing: 



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Steve Eachus, Mark Bond, Pete Henzy, Rob Wlntersteen, 
Bob Kantner, and Coach Clark Boler. 




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Record: 4-5 




BSC 




OPP. 


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Bucknell 


19 


39 


West Chester 


22 


29 


Mansfield 


26 


15 


King's College 


50 


23 


Kutztown 


36 


35 


East Stroudsburg 


20 


43 


Millersville 


20 


20 


Scranton Univ. 


40 


19 


Rider College 


43 



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FIELD HOCKEY 



The field hockey team went undefeated in the 

first seven games of the season before they bowed 

to Lehigh University, 5-3. Senior Nancy Chapman, 

who produced two hat tricks during the season, 

scored 13 of the team's 42 goals. Junior Robin 

Maurer was next in line with 1 goals. The defense 

was the strong point of the team only letting up 22 

goals in the 1 1 games, for a 2.2 goals against 

average. The offense tallied an average of 3.8 on 

their opponents. 

At the Susquehanna I Field Hockey 

Tournament, held at BSC this year, the Huskiettes 

placed Donna Santa Maria, defense and Beverly 

Crawford, goalie, on the second team and finished 

in third place. 



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Bottom row: Barbara BIy, Louise Qumn, Nancy Chapman, 
Sharon Gettel, Cheryl Krause, Tricia Nixon. Second row: 
Jane Bowie, Jody Deterick, Lauren May, Pam Phillips, Pat 
Beans, Sharon Fitsgerald, Ann Joan Baldasano, Bev Craw- 



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ford. Third row: Lois Hertzog, Denise Rath, Robin Millei, 
Donna Santa Maria, Joan Williams, Terry McHale, Robin 
Maurer, Kay Parte!, Louise Lisicky, Mary Gardner. 













Record: 4-3-4 




BSC 




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Kutztown 





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Bucknell 


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5 


Mansfield 





1 


Lock Haven 


1 


2 


Scranton Univ. 


2 


5 


Wilkes College 


2 


8 


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3 


Lehigh Univ. 


5 


11 


Marywood College 


2 


4 


Millersville 


5 





Shippensburg 


2 




FOOTBALL 






First row, left to right: Walt Savitts, Paul Ruddy, Ken Zipko, 
Barry Staton, Lou Sannutti, Mark Collins, Tom Brennan, 
Chris Eurich, John Mondschem, Stan Kita. Second row: Carl 
Bowen, Dan McCallum, Kurt Pettis, Doug Pfautz, Barry 
Brecker, Bruce Smith, Fred Pagani, BobGrantier, Chris Bet- 
terly. Third row: Rick Knisely, Duane Frantz, Don Burton, 
Steve Long, Jim Linn, Tom Koons, Frank Yanik, Mike Canz- 
ler, Jerry Sullivan, Scott Schutz^ Fourth row: Chip Berezny, 



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Steve Haire, Howie Gulick, Mike McGuire, Dan Guzenski, 
Mark Kelley, D. Scott Belding, Dale Hockenberry, Bob 
Schwalm. Fifth row: Rick Knechtel, Ed Bugno, Joe Perrotti, 
Tony Williams, Rob Keyser, Dino Darbenzio, Dave Reide 
nouer, Joe Hepp, Paul Ziegenfuss, Shawn Serfass, Randy 
Hater. Sixth row: Chuck Muller, Jim Neary, Chuck Meyer, 
Bill Lund, Butch Snyder, Mike Morucci, Dale Crooks, Bob 
Klacik, Craig Meyer, Larry Mitchell. 




Coach Ron Puhl, heading his 
se cond year of football, saw his 
players start off the year shock- 
ing last year's Co-Penna. Con- 
ference Champs, Shippens- 
burg, 6-3, and then going on to 
field an excellent playing sea- 
son falling one game short of a 
winning season, at 4-5. The 
defense of BSC earned a sec- 
ond place ranking in the East- 
ern Conference, behind East 
Stroudsburg, allowing 260.4 
total yards per game. The 
offense was fourth gaining 
239.4 yards per game. 

Individually, the Huskies had 
four members named to the 
Eastern Conference team. On 
offense, tackle Craig Meyer, 
tight end Ken Zipko and run- 
ning back Mike Morucci. On the 
other end of the spectrum, 
defensive back Chris Betterly 
was named to the safety posi- 
tion. Betterly led the eastern 
league in interceptions with 7. 

Captain Lou Sannutti 
received a final farewell by 
being selected to the second 
team of College Academic All- 
Americans plus being named to 
the second team defense, as 
linebacker of the Eastern Divi- 
sion of the Pennsylvania Con- 
ference. 



Record: 4-5 



BSC 

6 

14 

24 

31 

7 

21 

27 

7 

20 





OPP. 


Shippensburg 


3 


Lock Haven 


21 


Mansfield 





Wilkes College 


6 


West Chester 


20 


Millersville 


28 


Cheyney 


7 


Kutztown 


14 


East Stroudsburg 


24 



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SOCCER 




Sophomore and two time Regional All-American 
Jim Mailey led the Huskies to a very impressive 
10-1 regular season record after only three years 
of being a varsity sport at Bloomsburg. The Husk- 
ies were the Eastern Division champs in the 
Penna. Conference with a three and one record, 
Mailey led the team and conference in the scoring 
department with 16 goals and set the school 
record with the same figure. Teammate, Mike Lay- 
field, booted in 7 goals for the Huskies and was 
second in the team list in scoring, Horst Bernhard 
was the chief goal-keeper this season letting up 
only seven goals with 106 saves, behind good 
defense. Offensively, the team scored 56 goals to 
their opponents 10, showing a powerful and 
strong winning margin. 

In post season play Bloomsburg did not 
advance in the Eastern College Athletic Confer- 
ence as they lost to Muhlenberg College 3-0 and 
also lost the Penna, title to Lock Haven State 2-0. 

All-Conference selections from the Eastern Divi- 
sion included four members of the team, sopho- 
mores Jim Mailey and Toby Rank on the front line 
and Juniors Tim Delp and Horst Bernhard in the 
goal. 





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"But now I see that the young people — all those fine 
athletes growing up — have discovered what soccer 
means." — Pele — 





Record: 10-7 




BSC 




GPP. 


4 


Scranton Univ. 


3 


4 


Shippensburg 





4 


Wilkes College 





3 


Millersville 


1 


7 


York College 


1 


9 


Lycoming College 


2 


9 


Juniata College 





1 


Kutztown 
Penn. State 


2 


11 


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2 


Susquehanna Univ. 


1 


2 


East Stroudsburg 







Sitting, left to right: Jim Moyer, Bob Hanson, Cesar Marro 
quin, Bob Fitzgerald, Sam Barone, Brian Tarlecki, Steve 
Evans, Alfred Ebongue-Dm, Hung M. Bui. Kneeling: Dave 
Good, John Lockwood, Ken Knck, John Millhouse, Tim Delp, 
Toby Rank, George Steele, Glen Chestnut, Michael Borislow, 



Marty Purtell. Standing: Coach Louis Mingrone, Leo Quinn, 
Jim Brecker, Nick Ciliberto, Brian Johnson, Horst Bernhard, 
Tim Knoster, Jim Mailey, Ken Curcio, Greg Malloch, Steve 
Buch, Rick Monaco, Phil Holmer, Matt Aeschleman, Asst. 
Coach Neil Schmidt. 



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WOMEN'S TENNIS 



Fall Record: 5-3 
BSC OPP. 

9 Mansfield 

7 Millersville 2 

9 Lycoming College 

1 Marywood College 

1 Bucknell Univ. 8 

2 East Stroudsburg 7 
9 Wilkes College 
Lock Haven 9 





Pictured from left: Lori Malinski, Mindy Phillips, Sue Purnell, Mary McHugh, 
Donna Royer, Lone Keating, Cindy Smith, Tracey Cooke, and Captain Joan 
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Head coach Roger Sanders' grapplers, led by 1978 
Penna. Conference champions Andy Cappelli (167 lbs.) 
and Tony Caravella (150 lbs.), enjoyed a tremendous 
season as they compiled an 11-3 wrestling mark. The 
only BSC team to be nationally ranked in NCAA Division I 
standings, the team fell only to Division I teams Cal. Poly, 
and Penn State and to Division III University of Buffalo. 
The team finished third in the Penna. Conference only 
one point behind Slippery Rock who finished second to 
team winner Clarion State. BSC had two winners in their 
respective divisions and captured two third place spots, 
one fourth and two sixth places. 

In the Eastern Wrestling League Championships, 
which were held at Bloomsburg, the wrestlers finished in 
third place behind Cleveland State and three-time cham- 
pion Penn State. BSC's only champion was Dominic 
DiGioacchino, a sophomore, in the 177 lb. class. Maroon 
and Gold runners-up were Tony Caravella at 1 50 and Mel 
Sharp, heavyweight. 




Kneeling, left to right: Mike Nock, Tom Fink, Carl Poff, Glenn Schneider, Tony Caravella. Second row: Chris Poff, Andy Cap- 
pelli, Dom DiGioacchino, Walter Snyder, Mel Sharp. Third row: Gibbes Johnson, Bob Hall, Jeff Rinkhoffer, Jeff Deisher, Duane 
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Record: 1 1-3 




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Mansfield 


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33 


Univ. of Pitt. 


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8 


Cal. Poly. 


29 


38 


Kutztown 
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Commonwealth Univ 


2 


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35 


George Mason Univ 


3 


29 


Bucknell Univ. 


24 


39 


Westchester 


3 


14 


Penn State 


19 


39 


Indiana Univ. 


5 


25 


Lock Haven 


8 


16 


Univ. of Buffalo 


25 


33 


Millersville 


6 





Gymnastics 



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Seated on mats: Kris Oakland, Cheryl Poley, Sandy Eckhart, Suzanne Radatti, Sharon 48.55 
Brannan. Seated on beam: Anne Swavely, Barb Considine, Karen Moore, Judy Olshefski, 
Coach Margie Schaeffer. 



Record: 0-5 

OPP. 
Indiana Univ. 84.80 

EastStrouds. 119.85 

Lock Haven 99.25 




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Men's Basketball 



Two seniors on the team passed a 
goal that many cagers always hope 
for in their career. Al Williams and 
Captain Steve Bright both broke the 
1000 point barrier. Williams sur- 
passed this plateau in a loss to Ship- 
pensburg State, while Bright scored 
his 1000th in a win over Wilkes Col- 
lege. 

The Huskies' season was a disap- 
pointment this year as they got off to 
a tremendous start with an 8-4 record 
early in the year, but then slipped to a 
10-10 record and then finally winning 
their last four contests. 

Coach Charles Chronister aban- 
doned the JV program midway 



through the season to get more of the 
freshmen up into varsity ranks. To 
the college's surprise, freshmen such 
as Tim Beish, Mark Cable and Don 
McCann, added excitement to the last 
half of the season and helped the 
Coach glimpse his potential for future 
years. 

Two of the most exciting games 
were against the Univ. of Scranton, 
and Wilkes College. Both were hard 
fought up till the final buzzer. Senior 
Jeff Slocum set a team record in con- 
secutive foul shots, at 14, as he net- 
ted the final points to give the Husk- 
ies the edge over Mansfield in the 
final game of the season. 




Left to right: George Foering, Jeff Roth, Harry Warren, John Bucher, Jeff Slocum, Steve Bright, Al Williams, Bill Tillman, Miles 
Reitnouer, Jim Fertig, Brian Klinger. 



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Record: 14-10 




BSC 




OPP. 


70 


Lock Haven 


39 


53 


Phila. Textile 


58 


102 


Allentown College 


58 


54 


Bucknell Univ. 


68 


61 


Shippensburg 


58 


54 


Cheyney 


67 


59 


New York Tech 


69 


85 


Shippensburg 


71 


96 


Muhlenberg College 


89 


80 


Carnegie-Mellon Inst. 


79 


75 


Clarion 


73 


112 


Millersville 


96 


61 


Kutztown 


66 


60 


Cheyney 


93 


83 


Shippensburg 


85 


59 


EastStroudsburg 


69 


57 


LeMoyne College 


74 


72 


Millersville 


69 


76 


Kutztown 


74 


74 


Mansfield 


85 


61 


EastStroudsburg 


51 


70 


Wilkes College 


69 


71 


Univ. of Scranton 


69 


76 


Mansfield 


66 



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Women's Basketball 




Kneeling, left to right: Sue McKeegan, Anne D'Ignazio, Jayne Yurasits, Donna Santa Maria, Karen Yefko. Standing: Lisa Man- 
gione (Manager), Patty Lyons, Mary Balaban, Terry Mangino, Julie Ludrof, Sally Houser, Sue Hibbs (Coach). 



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The Huskiettes, under the direction of Coach 
Sue Hibbs, enjoyed a winning season by posting a 
9-6 record. The three seniors on the team contrib- 
uted in many ways in the winning efforts. Co-cap- 
tains Mary Balaban and Julie Ludroff were first 
and second in the scoring department, respec- 
tively. Balaban totaled 184 points for a 15.3 
points per game average, while Ludroff tallied 1 22 
on the season and averaged 11.1 p.p.g. The high- 
light of Balaban's career was in the win over Buck- 
nell when she set a new BSC single game record 
by scoring 29 points and erasing the two year old 
record of 27. Senior Anne D'Ignazio was the 
team's main ball controller, scoring 44 points 
while contributing 18 assists to increase her 
career record to well over 100 assists. 






Record: 9-6 






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67 


Indiana Univ. 


73 




80 


Clarion 


71 




80 


King's College 


32 




80 


Marywood College 


44 




65 


Kutztown 


53 




60 


Univ. of Scranton 


78 




64 


Luzerne Comm. Coll. 


72 




73 


Kutztown 


61 




65 


Salisbury State 


53 




66 


Shippensburg 


72 




57 


Millersville 


50 




77 


Wilkes College 


54 




74 


LaSalle College 


80 




92 


Bucknell Univ. 


56 




63 


Villanova Univ. 


67 






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Kneeling: Bruce DeHaven (asst. coach), Jim Tait, Wayne Richards, Tom Reilly, John Krick, Mark Ogden, 
Tom Cole, Aris Carpousis (asst. coach). Standing: Eric Slingerland, Scott Wiegand, Keith Torok, Mike 
Bower, Jim Balchunas, Stu Marvin, Pete Dardaris, Doug Thran, Reik Foust, Dan Steel, Eli McLaughlin 
(coach). 



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Record; 7-5 




BSC 




OPP. 


40 


Bucknell 


74 


70 


Towson State 


43 


67 


SUNYOneonta 


40 


57 


Temple Univ. 


56 


41 


EastStroudsburg 


72 


75 


West Chester 


34 


60 


Susquehanna Univ. 


48 


44 


Edinboro 


69 


22 


Penn State 


86 


70 


Kutztown 


43 


51 


Indiana Univ. 


62 


76 


King's College 


37 



89 



Women's Swimming 




First row: Beazy Greenleaf, Ardeth Bader, Kathy Ryan, Julie Metz, Karen Gallucci, Amy Williamson. Second row: Margie 
Ahearn, Ellen Roan, Jan Crossmore, Mollie Mandell, Renee Greenberg, Jenny Lane. Third row: Lee Ann Pietrzykoski, Effie 
Depos, Wendi Schuck, Laurie Kemmerer, Ann Fadner, Scilla Elliott. Fourth row: Mary Gardner (Coach), Gail Hickey, Diane Teel, 
Patty Sozzoni. Sue Bower (Manager), Doug McCourt (Diving Coach). 



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Record: 6-3 

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86 Bucknell Univ. 45 

31 East Stroudsburg 100 

74 Lock Haven 55 

60 Glassboro 71 

73 Lehigh Univ. 57 

41 Shippensburg 88 

90 Mansfield 40 

92 Millersville 37 

69 Indiana Univ. 62 




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Sitting, left to right: Pete Henzy (capt)., Dan VanWyck, Stan Kita, Sean MacBain, Ed Hauck, Steve Eachus, Aaron Johnson, 
Barry Staton, Jeff Carruthers (capt.). Kneeling: Jim Nagg, Jeff Miller, Dave Howells, Bob Kantner, Steve Johnson, Dan 
McCallum, Rob Wintersteen, Mark Bond, Chuck Stathopoulous, Ken Curcio, Rich Loman, Robert Mcintosh, Carter White. 
Standing: Carl Hinkle (coach), John Downey, Rich Drzewieckl, Mark Wark, Greg Kantner, Bob Avil, Stan Cohen, Rich Long, 
Scott Baird, Chris Grega, Kevin Baggit, Pat Hoga, Mike Rhue, Fred Koettentz, John Mull, Dave Rothermel, Jim Nash, Mike 
Dinsmore, Chip Berenzy, Matt Kelshner, Dave Reidenouer, Jim Neary, Terry Werkheiser, Tom Fager, Jakie Williams, Jeff 
Brandt, Lewis Giles, Clyde Noble (asst. coach). 



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The Husky Trackmen fin- 
ished the season with a 14-7 
outdoor record and compiled an 
18-3 indoor march. Coach Carl 
Hinkle was quite impressed 
with the performances of 
several individuals such as 
freshman sprinter, Robert 
Mcintosh, half-miler Carter 
White and quarter-miler co-cap- 
tain Pete Henzy. 

Co-captain Jeff Carruthers 
defended his State Champion- 
ship title in the high jump by 
setting a meet record at 
6'10i/2". He had been "tricked" 
earlier in the season to jump his 
personal best of 7'0", while 
thinking his best was 6'0". 
Steve Eachus, a two-time All- 
American, was the only other 
state champion and was also 
recognized as outstanding ath- 
lete at the meet by winning both 
the 5,000 and 10,000 meter 
runs. 

Other Huskies that placed in 
the championship meet were: 
Mcintosh, Barry Staton, Rich 
Dizwiechi, Stan Kita, Dan 
McCallum, Jerry Werkheiser, 
Chuck Stathopoulous, and Ed 
Hauck. 



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Record: 14-7 




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OPP. 


82 


Lehigh Univ. 


149 


82 


Columbia Univ. 


123 


82 


East Stroudsburg 


88 


82 


Temple Univ. 


87 


82 


Trenton State 


8 


87'/2 


Millersville 


571/2 


69 


East Stroudsburg 


85 


81 


Lock Haven 


78 


81 


Mansfield 


33 


81 


Kutztown 


64 



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Men's Tennis 




Kneeling, left to right: Rob Vance, Ken Grove, Nate Levine, Jim Hollister, Paulo DeCampos, Mark Raynes. Standing: Burt 
Reese (coach). Rick Wilders, Gary Golbitz, Bill Lantz, Chris Zentgraf, Greg Hafeman, Dave Williams. 







Record: 14-7 




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5'/2 


Howard Univ. 


3'/2 


71/2 


George Mason Univ. 


1'/2 


3 


Navy 


6 


3 


Richmond 


6 


1 


Hampton Institute 


8 


1 


William and Mary 


8 


9 


Shippensburg 





2 


Swarthmore 


7 


8 


Lycoming College 


1 





Penn State 


9 


9 


Kutztown 





9 


Lock Haven 





3 


Temple Univ. 


6 


9 


Wilkes College 





5 


East Stroudsburg 


4 


9 


Oneonta 





8 


Westchester 


1 


9 


King's College 





9 


Univ. of Scranton 





9 


Millersville 





6 


Lehigh Univ. 


3 



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Front row, left to right: Deb Cardene, Jeanette Mitroka, Roberta Spezialetti, Carolyn Bartoni, Sharon Massa, Deb Karchner, 
Angela Taormlna, Melanie Thomas. Back row: Jan Hutchinson (coach), Karen Caswell, Jill Peirson, Sally Houser, Jodi Gold- 
berg, Donna Santa Maria, Nina Strausser (asst. coach). 





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OPP. 


1 


Univ. of Scranton 


4 


8 


Univ. of Scranton 


8 


4 


Bucknell Univ. 


3 


1 


Lock Haven 


10 


12 


Kutztown 


11 


9 


Kutztovt/n 


4 


4 


Shippensburg 


9 


1 


Shippensburg 


8 


9 


Luzerne C.C.C. 


16 


10 


Luzerne C.C.C. 


6 


4 


Susquehanna Univ. 


8 


8 


Susquehanna Univ. 


11 



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Lincoln College 


2 


3 


Bellarmme College 


9 


3 


Gustavas Adolphus 


6 


3 


Indiana Univ. Pa. 


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6 


Southern Connecticut 


11 


8 


SUNY-Cortland 


3 


6 


Delaware Valley Coll. 


2 


12 


Sacred Heart Coll. 


8 


2 


Bucknell Univ. 





2 


Bucknell Univ. 





6 


Kutztown 


1 


2 


Kutztown 


4 


1 


Penn State 


10 


4 


Penn State 


9 


5 


Wilkes College 


3 


1 


Wilkes College 


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3 


Millersville 





4 


Millersville 


1 


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East Stroudsburg 


7 





East Stroudsburg 


11 


1 


Lock Haven 


2 


1 


Lock Haven 





5 


Mansfield 


6 


5 


Mansfield 


1 


3 


Oneonta(SUNY) 


7 


4 


Oneonta (SUNY) 


3 


1 


King's College 


b 


11 


King's College 


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9 


Shippensburg 


10 


4 


Shippensburg 


b 


6 


York College 


b 


3 


York College 


/ 


9 


Univ. of Scranton 


3 


1 


Univ. of Scranton 


2 





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The Husky "diamondmen" marked a .500 season 
and narrowly lost a bid for the Pennsylvania Confer- 
ence playoffs. Pitchers Rick Budweg and Bob Gibson 
were Coach Clark Boler's "ace" firemen with Ed Hess, 
Jack LaCesa and Steve Richards always ready for 
reserve action. 

Senior Tom Fulton was the team's leading hitter 
along with Todd Hoover and Gerald Jakubos following 
close behind. 

The team split nine of their thirteen double-headers 
and were held scoreless in only one contest against 
East Stroudsburg. 




Sitting, left to right: Bob Graham, Frank Coll, Brian Stackhouse, Dan Dicandilo, Ed Hess, Craig Mensinger, JackBehan James Quinn 
Second Row: Frank Toth, Bill Pennesi, Ed Chnstiano, Kevin Crosley, Brent Bankus, Jeff Long, Bob Gibson. Ken Miller Third row: Neal 
Sheptock. Gary Thorp, Robert Short. Brad Moharter, Bob Young, Bob DeCarolis (asst. coach). Fourth row: Rick Budweg Tim Long, 
Steve DiGiacomo, Gerald Jakubos, Scott Richards, Kevin Moyer, Jack Lacesa, Tom Fulton. Todd Hoover, Clark Boler (coach). 



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4 


Lebanon Valley 4 


3 


Shippensburg 8 



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Krause, Ellie Hatch. Second row: Lee McCool, Marjorie Watt, Terri Taylor, Jan Wilson, Bonnie Epiett, Barbara Barrow, Stacie 
Bole, Bev Crawford. Third row: Lisa Regan, Terry Donko, Phyllis Hails, Judy Horn, Cindy Bomba, Gail Hopkins, Loretta Sut- 
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THEATER 



Luane Hampton 
Laverty Oberlander 



Presented on October 13,14 and 1 5 
Carver Hall Auditorium 

Director Mr. Robert Richey 

LuAnn Hampton Sandie Schuyler 

Skip Hampton David Pautsch 

Claudine Hampton Diane Kuiha 

Billy Bob Wortman Scott Cheek 

Dale Laverty Mike Ford 

Red Grover John Robbins 

Rufe Phelps Bruce DeHaven 

Clin Potts Payson Burt 

Corky Oberlander Mike Goc 

Hilo Crawford Paul Pollard 

Charmaine Laverty Cheri Walker 




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'resented on February 9, 1 and 1 1 
Carver Hall Auditorium 

Director Mr. William Acierfio 

John Cleary Scott Cheek 

Nettie Cleary Diana Kuiha 

Timothy Cleary Mark Sommerfield 



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Adrianne Kennedy 
New York Playwright 



Vincent Bugliosi 

Prosecuting Attorney in Charles 

Manson Case 



112 



Nena O'Neill 

Author of Open 

Marriage 



Tom Jackson 
Job Warfare 





John Conyers 

Congressman D- 

Mich. 



113 




Renaissance 



114 




Ralph 
Outlaws 



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Maria Muldaur — April 30 



Leo Sayer — September 1 1 



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The audience of ,this Blooms- 
burg Players' production 
directed by Mr. Michael J. 
McHale, discovered that Shake- 
speare does not necessarily have 
to be Elizabethan. From cos- 
tumes, to set, to audience seat- 
ing, this play was very contempo- 
rary. The characters were cos- 
tumed in part Elizabethan, part 
mid-1970's. The simple set 
structures were magnificent and 
the performance concluded with 
an apt and quite humorous cur- 
tain call. Probably the most inno- 
vative aspect of the production 
though was the "theatre-in-the- 
round seating arrangement on 
the Haas stage, allowing the 
audience an ideal view of the 
actors. 



The Cast: 

Director Mr. Michael McHale 

Duke Senior Ralph Smiley 

Duke Frederick Ralph Smiley 

Amiens Laura MacMurray 

Jacques Jamie Bredbenner 

William LeBeau Stu Baily 

Charles Mike Maquire 

Oliver Scott Cheek 

Orlando Joe Tareto 

Adam Harry Strine 

Denni5 Jane McLaughlin 

Touchstone John Bobbins 

Corin Mark Sommerfield 

Silvius Payson Burt 

Rosalind Diana Kuiha 

Celia Bernadette Haas 

Phebe Chen Walker 

Audrey Marjie Ebbesen 

Sir Oliver Martext Harry Strine 



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Music by 
Frederick George Handel 



Haas Center for the Arts 
April 28 and 29, 1978 



Conductor and Musical Director William Decker 

Stage Director Frederick S. Roffman 

Choreographer and Asst. Director Michelle Stablin 

The Cast 

Nitocris Mary Decker Daniel John Brady 

Gobrias Kevin Flaherty Cyrus Harriet 

Couch 

Belshazzer Richard Stanislaw 

Magicians Robert Breidinger, Lee Mueller, Jon 

Shaffer 
Messenger Joseph Cioffi 





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"When It All Began" 

Homecoming 77 



OMING SOON 



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B.S.C. celebrated its fiftieth Homecoming the 
weekend of October 8 and what a golden event it 
turned out to be. 

The festivities began on Wednesday evening 
with a concert presented by the Outlaws in Nelson 
Fieldhouse. Thursday was Vaudeville night with 
skits presented by various campus groups and 
movies of the early days at B.S.C. Joann Ravina 
was announced as the 1977 Freshman Sweet- 
heart. The spirit grew during Friday night's pep 
rally and bonfire. A dazzling fireworks display 
served as the evening's grand finale. 

The residence halls were enthusiastically deco- 
rated in nostalgic manner depicting this year's 
theme "When It All Began." Montour's old-fash- 
ioned movie house stole first place while Nor- 
thumberland finished second. 

The floats in Saturday morning's parade were 
done in equal fashion. Phi lota Chi and Sigma lota 
Omega grabbed first place, followed by the 
Maroon and Gold Band. This year's Homecoming 
Sweetheart, announced during football halftime 
ceremonies, was Junior Lynn Cathers, represent- 
ing Columbia Hall. 

The only disappointment of the weekend was 
the 20-7 defeat to West Chester Rams on the foot- 
ball field. 

The celebration ended with an entertaining 
Pops Concert presented by the Husky Singers, 
Concert Choir and Women's Choral Ensemble. 




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Jamboree 77 



Stephen Baird . . . street- 
singer . . . Margaret Mac- 
Arthur . . . folksinger . . . 
Frostwater . . . Carolyn 
Odell . . . Cranberry Lake 
Pickin' and Singin' Society 
. . . square dancing . . . 
Tim Settimi ... mi me 
. . . Vanaver and Drapkin 
Ensemble . . . clog danc- 
ing .. . fiddlin' competi- 
tion . . . Mark Cushin . . . 
bagpipes . . . Bob White 
. . . ballads . . . 




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Dance Marathon 



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The fourth annual Dance Marathon 
with Its Sixties theme, was greeted this 
year with more spirit than ever before. 
Over 120 dancers entered the mara- 
thon beginning at 8:00 pm Friday, and 
ten couples and thirteen singles were 
still dancing by 10:00 pm on Sunday, 
raising $9,000 for the Columbia County 
Diabetes Association. 

At the end of the event, Doreen Rich- 
ards and Joe Cioffi were designated 



best dancers and Kathy Swartz and 
Matt Reed, most entertaining. 

Individual Sixties dance winners 
included; Kathy Swartz (limbo); Bob 
Shields and Kim Delp (mashed potato); 
Elyn Rysz and Ed Houck (twist); Liz Gal- 
lagher and Kathy Kaufman ()erk); and 
Sharon Swinehart and Mike Melinko (jit- 
terbug). First prize for raising the most 
money for the 50 hours went to Tom 
James and Vicki Flick. 




127 




This year witnessed a flurry of activities spon- 
sored by Kehr Union Program board. Led by Tom 
Lockner, this group planned a full schedule of big- 
ger and better movies, dances, coffeehouses and 
special events than ever before, causing a surge 
in attendance. 

Dances are always popular and this year was no 
exception. Some of the year's outstanding coffee- 
house performances included Jonathan Ashe, 



Michael Cooney, Andy Robinson, and Carolyn 
Odell. Casino nights. Nights at the Races, Liar's 
Club and Hollywood Squares added variety to 
weekends. 

Especially commendable was this year's line-up 
of movies including such greats as A Star Is Born, 
Rocky, Slapshot, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's 
Nest. 












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Awards 
Convocation 





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Jan Aagaard 
Jeanne Adams 
WilliamAlpaugh III 
Gary Andrews 



Gary Abdo 
Ronald Adelberg 
Rose Altemus 
Carol Antonetti 



Jacqueline Acunzo 
Robert Albrecht, Jr. 
Carol Althouse 
Brian Appleton 



Barry Adams 
Carolyn Allen 
Kathryn Anderson 
Deborah Arrowood 



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Carolyn Artman 
Paul Austin 
William Ayres 
Beth Bachman 



Susan Artz 
Donna Avalos 
Donna Azar 
Perry Baer 



Phyllis Ashenfalder 
Mark Avellino 
Nancy Azar 
Dale Baker 



Pamela Atteridg 
Donna Axelrod 
John Bachert 
William Bailey 



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Mary Balaban 


Linda Balliet 


Evelyn Balint 


Joanne Bariek 


Cynthia Barnes 


John Barnum 


Edward Barrett, Jr. 


Scott Barrier 


Ann Bartkowiak 


Donna Bartlow 


Ruth Barton 


Carl Bass 


Nancy Bauer 


Donna Bay 


Dean Bealer 


Jeff Bean 



140 




Donald Beaver 
John Benger 
Laurel Bennett 
Valerie Bernosky 






Paul Belak 
Craig Bennett 
Diane Berardi 
Bradford Berry 



William Berezny 
Norman Bertasavage 



Mark Berg 
Ed Bezdziecki 



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Scott Birth 
Kandy Black 
Betty BIyler 
Maureen Bottone 



Jim Bischoff 
Steve Black 
Eva Boccanera 
Carole V. Boughter 



Kim Bitting 
Mary Blandy 
David Bogdan 
Lynette Bowen 



Becky Bixler 
Kenneth Blank 
Martin Boland 
Cathy Bowersox 



142 




Jane Bowie 


Douglas Bowman 


Stephen Boyland 


Linda Brady 


Michael Brajer 


Jeffrey Brandt 


Michael Brannick 


Ann Breakey 


Susan Bremer 


Carol Breskiewicz 


Greg Brinser 


Michael Broda 


Carl Brosious 


Craig Brosious 


Gilbert Brown 


Joan Brown 



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Karen Bruaw 
Ann Bunnell 
Patricia Burns 
Janes Byrnes 



William Bruzguilis 
Marita Burian 
Donna Burrell 
Sharon Caeti 



Barry Bryan 
Michael Burkhardt 
Anne Burritt 
Louise Caldarelli 



Ron Bucher 
David Burkhardt 
Thomas Butera 
Peggy Callahan 



144 




Thomas Calvario 
John Cannon 
Robert Carl 
John Casey III 



Dean Cameron 
Linda Capperella 
Nancy Carothers 
Carol Cassidy 



Roger Campolmi 
Laura Carachilo 
Robert Caruso 
Albert Cavalucci 



Sandy Cann 
Kelly Care 
Art Casale 
Janet Caywood 



145 




Barbara Chesnick 
Maria Chlibkewycz 



Thomas Chirkot 
Rodney Christman 



Digna Cespides 
Lenore Cherry 

Eileen Chissler 
Charles Chubb Jr. 



Nancy Chapman 
Judith Chesney 
Melissa Chlebove 
Larry Cirillo 



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Michael Citrino 
Stanley Cohen 
Wendy Congreve 
Cathy Corbin 



Darlene Clarke 
Judy Coleman 
Denise Conklin 
Richard Cordaro 



Edward Coar 
Ken Coll 
Robert Conrad 
Joan Coringrato 



Francine Cohen 
Melinda Collett 
Faith Cook 
Peter Cortazzo 



147 




Robert Costello 
Kevin Crane 
William Creveling 
Donna Dajnowski 



Edward Cove 
Linda Craul 
Michael Criqui 
Patricia Dallas 



Frank Coveleski 
Patrick Crawford 
Jan Crossmore 
Joshua Daniels 



Cindy Cramer 
David Creasy 
CarlCurto 
Lynn Daniels 



148 




Diane Danzer 
Thomas Dawson 
Patti DeKrafft 
Charles DeRenzis 



Antoinette Dardes 
Karen Day 
Donna Demko 
Alicia Detweiler 



Joan Dart 
Patric DeCapria 
Pamala Denault 
Gayle Deautsch 



Maxine Davis 
Denise DeCarlo 
Timothy Derk 
Jeffry Deutsch 



M9 




Kathleen Devitt 
Sharon Dicks 
Anne D'Ignazio 
James Domenick 



Caria deVnes 
Mark Diefenderfer 
Debra DiLella 
Robert Domenick 



Patricia Dickerson 
Larry Dietrich 
Kathy Dill 
Richard Donald 



Charles Dickison 
Kathleen Diffley 
Kim Dilliplane 
Christine Donohoe 



150 




Robert Donovan 
Rae Lynn Dougherty 
Anne Dowd 
Beth Drumheiser 



Patricia Doran 
Thomas Dougherty 
Thomas Doyle 
Mark Duckworth 



John Dragic 
Rick Duffy 



Anthony Dragotta 
Orin Duffy 



151 




Stuart Dunbar 

Stephen Eachus 

JillEby 

John Eichenlaub 



Elisabeth Dunnenberger Kathleen Dwyre 

Debbie East Sharon Easton 

Mark Edelstein Cyndi Edwards 

Patricia Eisele Gerald Eisenhart 



Lorraine Dzurisin 
Marjie Ebbeson 
Margaret Ehrhorn 
Deborah Elstrodt 



'■52 




Victoria Engel 
Barbara Fahey 
Theresa Faust 
Mark Fehnel 



Jeff Erb 
Mark Falzone 
Deborah Fedastian 
Jeffrey Feist 



Chris Eurich 
Neil Fanelli 
Deborah Fedec 
James Fetterman 



Tamara Ewanik 
Dommick Fantasia, Jr. 
Ann Marie Feeney 
Molly Finley 



153 




Barbara Fiore 
J. Anthony Fortini 
Patricia Frantz 
James French 



Deborah Flank 
David Fox 
Scott Frantz 
Robert Fricke 



Barbara Flmchbough 
Stephen Fox 
Richard Frasso 
Paul Fruehan 



Lisa Fogelman 
Jay Franklin 
Marcia Freeman 
Brian Fry 



154 




Laurie Fuehrer 
Anne Furman 
Michelle Gale 
Suzanne Garcia 



Eugene Fuhrman 
John Furniss 
Elizabeth Gallagher 
John Gardner 



Thomas Fulton 
Susan Furniss 
Elizabeth Gallahue 
Diane Garney 



Cheryl Fundak 
Christopher Gaal 
Beth Garbow 
Thomas Geiger 



155 




Joseph Giedgowd 


Nicholas Giuffre 


Charlene Gerbino 


Ruth German 


Susan Godshall 


Janet Gorg 


Norman Gessner 


Sharon Gettel 






Thomas Glosek 


Deborah Gober 






Michael Gorski 


Penny Gow 



156 




Rebecca Graby 
Judy Gray 
Brenda Green 
Stacy Hallman 



MarkGrad 
Valerie Gray 
Diane Gross 
David Halye 



Robert Grantier 
Lizbeth Grayum 
Geoffrey Halberstadt 
David Hamilton 



C. Michael Grasso 
Enes Greco 
Melinda Hall 
Cynthia Hammes 



157 




Linda Harmon 
Joyce Hartman 
Wendy Hearn 
Virginia Heppe 



Marie Harps 
Jane Hassold 
John Heckman 
Edward Herbert 



Neal Harrington 
Edward Hauck 
Lois Heffner 
Pat Herrick 



Dan Hartman 
Cindy Hause 
Ronald Hendershot 
Edwin Hess 



158 




Cheryl Hetrick 
Cindy Hickox 
Rodney Hinkle 
James Holland 



Sharon Hettrick 
Glen Hicks 
Cheryl Hitchens 
Christine Holmes 



Barbara Hewitt 
Steve Hill 

Virginia Hoeschele 
Debbie Holmes 



Diane Hewlett 
Angela Hinkel 
Susan Hohl 
Jeffrey Holt 



159 




Elaine Hontz 
Cynthia Hose 
Steve Houseal 
David Hughes 



Cheryl Hoover 
Kathy Hotchkiss 
David Howells 
Mary Hughes 



Robert Horn 
Donna Houck 
Thomas Hudak 
Greg Hughs 



Andrew Hasay 
Nancy Houghton 
Barbara Hudock 
Stephen Hunt 



160 




Brian Huratiak 
Sue Jaindl 
Cecil James 
Joan Jenkins 



Judy Jaggard 
Gerald Jakubos 
Anthony Jankiewicz, Jr. 
Suzanne Jensen 



Paul Janssen, Jr. 
Christopher Jerzak 



Thomas Jeanes 
Suzanne Johns 



161 




Robert Johnston 
Loline Judge 
Eleanor Kaminski 
Michael Keller 



Carol Jones 
Suzanne Julian 
Gary Kanouse 
Sandra Keller 



David Jones 
Susan Kadash 
Michelle Keim 
Robert Kellenberger 



Elizabeth Jones 
Donna Kaminski 
Robert Kelchner 
Eugene Kelley 



162 




James Kelly 
Rebecca Kennedy 
Cathy Kiefer 
David Kirchdoerfer 



Kay Kelly 
Marianne Kenthack 

John Kiehl 
Stanley Kita, Jr. 



Denise Kennedy 
Robin Kerstetter 
Helen Kienlen 
Larry Kitson 



John Kennedy 
Rob Keyser 
Jocelyn Kincer 
Dennis Kleintop 



163 




John Klimak 
Edward Knapp 
Theodore Konas 
Timothy Kraft 



Mildred Kline 
Gary Kneiss 
Christine Kopp 
Susan Kravitz 



Stephen Kline 
Timothy Knoster 
Wiesiawa Kosinski 
Donna Krick 



Carol Klucher 
Peter Kokolus 
Cindy Kotulka 
Joyce Kruzel 



164 




Dawn Kuhnley 


Penny Kurisko 


Linda Kurteson 


Ron Kurylo 


Walter Kushia 


John Kutza 


Robin Lahr 


Sheree Lahutsky 


Kimberly Lambert 


Craig Landes 


Deborah Landis 


Melody Lane 


William W. Lantz 


Christian LaPenta 


Diane Lazzopina 


Ricky Laubach 



165 




Christopher Lerario Gary Lerew 

Claire Lichtenberger Susan Lista 



Phillip Lavelle 


Richard Lebo 


Patricia Lee 


Matthew Legge 


Martha Lex 


Mane Lezinsky 


Kim Little 


Susan Lohr 



166 




Kathy Lombardy 
Elizabeth Lozosky 
Julia Ludrof 
Carol Lyons 



Timothy Long 
Robert Lucarelli 
Kenneth Luke, Jr. 
Sean MacBain 



Debra Lowe 
Jane Luckenbill 
Pamela Lund 
Robert Magalski 



Earl Lowry 
Cathy Lucrezi 
Robert Lynn 
Kim Magner 



167 




Sara Jane Manbeck 


Mark Manganello 


Gail Manners 


Susanne Manzi 


Suzanne Marburger 


Daniel Marchetti 


Beverly Marcy 


Richard Marella 


Cheryl Marinchak 


Mary Lou Marino 


Keith Marker 


Judith Marques 


Cathy Marshall 


Adrienne Martin 


Phillip Martin 


Susan Martini 



168 




Stuart Marvin 


Kathleen Marzolf 


Sharon Massa 


Cathie Jo Master 


Kevin Matthews 


Dan Mauray 


Cheryl Mazak 


Brenda McAfee 


Patricia McAndrew 


Susan McArdle 


Celia McCarty 


David McCollum 


Ellen McCormick 


Douglas McCourt 


Walter McDonald 


Kathleen McEwen 



169 




Terry McFaddon 
Kevin McGrath 
Melmda McLaughlin 
Joan McNey 



Mark McGee 
Ellen McHale 
Roberta McLaughlin 
Virginia McNulty 



Martha McGinnis 
L. Kim McKeIvy 
Paul McLinko 
Sharon Mead 



Colleen McGrath 
Hilarie McKinnon 
James McMenamin 
Jay Meeker 



170 




Michael Melnic 
Joseph Melnyk 
Carl Merrick 
Patrick Millham 



Carol Melnick 
Craig Mensinger 
Joetta Miller 
John Mincemayer 



Mary Miller 
Deborah Mistal 



Sheila Miller 
Stephen Mitchell 



171 




John Mizzer 
Debra Mongelli 
Teri Moore 
Kenneth Mosteller 



Anne Moersh 
Gail Moore 
Nancy Morgan 
Chris Motyka 



Ann Molchan 
Gregory Moore 
Jay Morris 
Jennifer Mountz 



John Mondschein 
Pamela Moore 
Kathleen Moser 
Michael Mowery 



172 




Melissa Muhr 
Robert Mull 
Nicholas Naccari 
Barbara Neely 



Heather Muir 
Terris Musser 
MaryElizabeth Naples 
Robert Nicholson 



Thomas Mulhern 
James Myers 
Stanley Nash 
Robert Nicolodi, Jr. 



Cindy Mull 
Sherry Myers 
Carole Naumovitz 
Joseph Nigro 



173 




Francis Nooney 
Diann Novack 
Kevin O'Connor 
P. Lynne O'Lear 



Debra Norman 
Joseph O'Brien 
Elizabeth Odell 
Nancy Oliver 



Joan Norquest 
Frank O'Brien 
Deborah Odenwelder 
Susan Oliverie 



Lois Notari 
Elizabeth O'Connor 
Linda Okker 
Richard Olver 



174 




Margaret O'Malley 
Albert Paglialunga 
Kim Paraschos 
Linda Pastore 



Maria Ondek 
Wayne Palmer 
Douglas Park 
Barbara Peacock 



Anne Otto 
Craig Palumbo 
Bonnie Parker 
David Peaff 



Frederick Pagani 
Phyllis Palumbo 
Rita Pascale 
Thomas Pecuch 



175 




Marie Persiano 
Sharon Pfleegor 



Michael Petronella 
Spence Pierce 



Alan Pederson 
Jeanne Peoples 
Audrey Petrosky 
Cathy Poffenberger 



Julianne Pekarik 
James Perry, Jr. 
Joseph Petty 
Laura Pollock 



176 




Gary Poltonowicz 
Louise Quinn 
Nancy Ramin 
Robin Rauderbush 



Stephen Polzer 
Gregory Rada 
Karina Ramins 
Elizabeth Rauhauser 



Liliano Posse 
Jane Raker 
Jeffery Rankin 
Richard Rausa 



Kathy Predmore 
David Ralston 
Beverly Rauch 
Mauren Ream 



177 




Robert Reese 


Robert Reevs 


Michael Regan 


Regina Reilly 


Burton Reilly 


Karen Reinert 


Kathryn Rejniak 


Thomas Renaldo 


Diane Repko 


Lynn Reyman 


Debra Rhoades 


Pamela Rhoades 


Bobbianne Rhoads 


Debra Rice 


Joan Riffitts 


David Rinehimer 



178 




Arthur Ring 
Terri Robbins 
Susan Rohm 
Susan Romig 



Terry Ritter 
Kelly Roe 
Karen Roman 
Stephen Rominger 



Maryanne Rizzo 
Karen Rogosky 
Salvatore Romano 
Edmund Ronco 



Karen Robbins 
Norma Rohrbaugh 
Vincent Romano 
Gregory Roof 



179 




Jennifer Rowe 
Thomas Ruhl 
Bruce Russell 
Sharon Ryalls 



Colleen Rudelitsch 
Terry Rupert 
John Rutch 
Joanne Sakowski 



Louise Rudelitsch 
Deborah Rush 
Deborah Rutkoski 
Michael Saleeba 



Lucille Ruggeri 
Mary Rushton 
Robert Ruzzo 
Gregory Salerno 



180 




Richard Salmon 
Louis Sannutti 
Gina Scancella 
Susan Schalles 



William Salmon 
Wayne Saylor 
Alice Scearce 
Carol Scheetz 



Karen Schaefer 
Virginia Schenk 



Jack Schafer 
Jacqueline Schilling 



181 




Robert Schlacter 
Judith Schmitz 
Alfred Schoch, Jr. 
Catherine Schwindt 



Carol Schmick 
James Schmuker 
Teresa Schutt 
Joseph Scopelliti 



Beth Ann Schmidt 
Susan Schneider 
David Schultz 
Ann Scott 



Neil Schmidt 

Kathy Schoch 
Elaine Schwartz 
Ronald Scott 



182 




Dale Sechler, Jr. 
JoAnn Sennetti 
George Shaloka 
Nancy Shay 



Deborah Seiganfuse 
Randolph Sensenig 
Linda Shamun 
Tern Sheaffer 



Dennis Sell 
Timothy Sexton 
John Sharkey, Jr. 
Nancy Shearer 



Theresa Sennett 
Brenda Shaffer 
Michael Sharkey 
J. RochelleSheatler 



183 




Raymond Sheelen, Jr. 
Robert Shields, Jr. 
Melinda Shoemaker 
Sally Wilson Shreffler 



Karen Shelesky 
David Shipe 
Ronald Snoemaker, Jr. 
Thomas Shreffler 



Cynthia Shemanski 
Linda Shively 
Kim Shorkey 
Irene Shubin 



James Sheridan 
Harland Shoemaker 
Mary Shovlin 
Clark Shuster 




Ginny Siemasko 
Margaret Slaton 
Dena Smith 
William Smith 



Betty Siminitus 
Jeffrey Slocum 
Kimberly Smith 
Keith Sneddon 



Robert Sijninonus 
Dale Smeck 
Randy Smith 
Gail Snyder 



David Sinopoli 
Delbert Smith 
Thomas Smith 
Linda Snyder 



185 




Catherine Spera 
Chris StangI 



Cherie Sperling 
Arthur Stank 



Stephen Snyder 
Linda Soellner 
Susan Staaf 
Alyce Starke 



Ellen Sobel 
Celeste Soto 
Susan Stabley 
John Starr 



136 




Mary Ann Stasik 
Kathleen Steighner 
Kenneth Stolarick 
Kathryn Storaska 



Pamela Stauffer 
Janis Steinmetz 
Susan Stolz 
George Stradtman, Jr. 



Doris Stecher 
Lee Ann Stem 
Laura Stoneback 
Daniel Striney 



Joanne Steczak 
Donna Stockley 
Susan Stoner 
Ann Strous 



187 




Steven Styers 
Sandra Surenian 
Mary Ann Szostak 
Lawrence Taylor 



Thomas Sucher 
Amy Swarthout 
Clemens Szychowski 
Leslie Teter 



Patricia Summers 
Lori Swatt 
Karen Tagg 
Jerome Theobald 



Raymond Supper 
Charles Swokel 
Kay Tatalias 
Elizabeth Thomas 



188 




Judy Thompson 
Melinda Timmerman 
Alyce Tomiko 
Catherine Tuzzi 



Marian Thompson 
Mary Tloczynski 
Thomas Trocki 
Robert Twaddell 



Suellen Thompson 
Joseph Tomtishen 
William Troxell, Jr. 
Paul Twardzik 



Kenneth Tierney 
Carol Tomkiewicz 
Jack Troy 
Diane Urban 



189 




Jane Uhrich 
Larry Vass 
Glenda Vottero 
Cheryl Walters 



Michael Valenti 
Kathleen Vecchi 
James Wade 
Gene Walters 



Susan Vanderslice 
Kathleen Via 
Vicki Wagner 
Elwood Warner, Jr. 



Daniel Vanwyk 
Thomas Viscuso 
Paulette Walmer 
Harry Warren ill 



190 




Scott Wasley 
Kathleen Weber 
Kristy Weeks 
Marcia Welier 



Marlene Watson 
Susan Weber 
Jerilyn Wegter 
Stanley Werkheiser 



Robin Wehr 
Joanne Wert 



Dena Weiler 
Ann Wetzel 



191 




Stephen Wetzel 


Carolyn Wheeler 


Denise Whetstone 


Mary White 


Richard White 


David White 


Morgan Whitebread 


Rita Wiest 


Regina Wild 


Gary Williams 


Kenneth Williams 


Joan Williams 


Alejandro Williams 


Maria Williams 


Glenn Williamson 


Patti Williard 



192 




Bruce Wilson 


Linda Wilson 


Robin Wmtersteen 


Raymond Wis 


Robert Wisner 


Mary Ann Wisniewski 


Marjorie Witmer 


Karen Witts 


Lisa Wood 


Steven Wood 


Kim Wool 


Carl Wychock 


Susan Wychock 


Nancy Wyshinski 


Marsha Yeager 


Kathleen Yelo 



193 




Michael Yingling 
Christopher Zahay 
Robert Zigment 
Regina Zoppetti 



Paul Yori 
Dale Zarr 
Don Zimmerman 
Claudia Zsevc 



Thomas Young 
Diane Zawislak 
Kenneth Zipko 
Lisa Zubey 



Scott Zachary 
Barbara Zelinski 
Gayle Zotter 
John Zukauskas 



194 



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John Sutter 



John Nebrosky 
Dale Wagner 



Elyn Rysz 
Melissa Williams 



195 



Senior Index 



Aagurd, Janet Lm — 

1 1 1 Apache Drive 
Sfitckshinnv Lake, Pa. 
Biology 

Abdo Gary — 

300 Donnv Drive 
Moscow. Pa. 
Business Management 

AcuMO, Jacqueline R- — 

55 faiwiew Avenue 
Gaielon, Pa 
Special £a 

Adamt, Birry Wilson — 
3700 Sharon Slreel 
HarnsDurg. Pa 
Psychology 

Adams, Jeanne Irene — 
RD #l.Bo»I48 
Northumberland, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Adelberg, Ronald L. — 

3U N Bobbin Mill Lane 
Broomall, Pa 
Accounting 

AlbrechlJr., Robert John — 

2043 Sauers Road 
Harnsburg. Pa 

Allen, Carolyn B. — 

24 Calgary Lane 
Binhamton, NY 
Communication Disorders 

Alpaugh 111, WlUlam Chester — 

2909 Washinto Street 

Easton, Pa 

Business Management 

Alttmui, Rose Marie — 

815 Walter Street 
Bethlehem, Pa 
Psychology 

Althoose, Carol Ann — 

217 WindingWay 
Camp Hill, Pa 
Biology 

Anderson, Kathryn Louise — 

RD » 2, Pine Forge Road 
Boyertown, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Andrews, Gary L. — 

Box 18 
Giiiett. Pa 
Business Education 

AntonettI, Carol Ann — 

131 South Thomas Avenue 
Sayre, Pa 
Special Ed 

Appletoo, Brian Thomas — 

3057 Salisbury Drive 
Allenlown, Pa 

Arrowood, Det»rah Lynn — 

147 West Oakland Avenue 

Doylesiown, Pa 

Special Ed 

Artman, Caroline E. — 

RD #2 

Berwick, Pa 

Elementary Ed 

Artz, Susan B. — 

434 Holly Lane 
Latayene Hill, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

AVienfaWer, Phyllis K. — 

R.D »3 
Nazareth, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Atteridg, Pamela Jean — 

161 Sunrise Drive 
Binhamton, NY 
Special Ed 

Aungst, Roma Rebecca — 

47 North Mam Street 
Pine Grove. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Austin, Paul Francis — 

103 Knollwood Drive 
Industry, Pa 
Accounting 

Avalos, Donna Lynn — 

524 Winding Road 
Landsdaie, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Avallino, Mark Allen — 

955 Chestnut Street 
Kulpmont, Pa 

Axelrod, Donna Cheryl — 

31 Cheltenham Avenue 
Cheltenham, Pa 

Ayres, WilHam Irvin — 
1450 Poplar Street 
Kulpmont, Pa, 
History 

Aiar, Oonna — 

2006 Green Street 
Allentown, Pa 
Special Ed 

Aur, Nancy Elizabeth — 

113 Circle Drive 
Caiasaugua. Pa 

Bachert, John — 

1 10 Greenwood 
Tamagua. Pa 

Bachman, Beth Ann — 

R D «1. Box 7405. Mill Road 
Grantvdie, Pa 
Bus Management 

Baer, Robert Perry — 
74! Slate Street 
Lancaster. Pa 

Baker, Dale Robert — 

988 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Bangor. Pa 
Accounting 

Bailey, William A. — 
600 Union Street 
MiHersburg, Pa 

Balaban, Mary Margaret — 

31 Circle Drive 
Camp Hill, Pa 
Bus Msnagemenl 

Balllct, Unfia — 
9ox 243B 



Northumberland, Pa. 
Elementary Ed 

Balint, Evelyn — 

1310Quincv Avenue 
Ounmore. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Bariek, Joanne M. — 

1042 South 17lh Street 
Harnsburg. Pa 
Accounting 

Barnes, Cynthia Jayne — 

24 State S 

reel. Nicholson. Pa 

Sociology 

Barnum, John E, — 

456 North New Street 
Bethlehem, Pa 

Barren Jr., Edward Joseph — 

269 West First Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Bus Managemeni 

Barrier. Scotl William — 
R D »5, Bo. 142 
Ligonier, Pa 

Bartkowiak, Ann Marie — 

1433 First Avenue 
Berwick. Pa 

Bartlow, Donna MaBie — 

R D w 1 , Bo- 1 B 
Hughsville. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Barton, Ruth Annette — 

82 Walnut Street 
Bloomsburg. Pa 
Elemenlary Ed 

Bass, Carl Mervin — 

410 West Market Street 
Manena. Pa 
Bauer, Nancy K. — 
Bo. 306 
Kimberton, Pa 
Special Ed 

Bay, Donna L, — 

R D *4, Box 657 

Muncy. Pa 
Special Ed 

Bealer, Dean Joseph — 

Highland Avenue 
Schwenksville, Pa 
Accounting 

Bean, Jeffrey Allen — 

1026 Sparrow Road 
Audubon, Pa 

Beaver. Donald Robert — 

823 Spruce Street 
Kulpmont. Pa 
Political Science 

Belatt,PaulJ.— 

Fairview Avenue 
Manms Creek, Pa 

Benger, John F, — 

4304 Fourth Avenue 
Temple, Pa 

Bennen, Craig John — 

R D a2, Bo<256 
Mill Hall, Pa 

Bennett, Laurel Anne — 

Bo. Box 226 
Picture Rocks Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Beradi, Diane Theresa — 
530 West Gay Street 
Westchester, Pa 

Bwezny. William B. — 

915 Country Club Dr .Apt 7 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Accounting 

Berg, Mark Stanley ~- 

328 East Chestnut Street 
Hazleton. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Bernosky, Valerie Helene — 

1006 Centre Street 
Freeland, Pa 
Sociology 

Berry, Bradford Warren — 

4601 Cedar Lane 
Drexei Hill, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Bertasavage, Norman W — 

R D «4, Bo. 4104 
Ponsville, Pa 
Accounting 

Bezdziecki, Edward R. — 

R230 West Noble Street 
Nanticoke, Pa 

3lrth, Scon Leigh — 
R D «4 

Danville. Pa 
Accounting 

BIschoff Jr.. James William - 
655 East Annsbury Street 
East Bangor, Pa 

Bining, Kim Leslie — 

1 4 North Stoner Avenue 
Shiremanstown, Pa 
Special Ed 

Bliler, Rabecca Louise — 

1473 Allegheny Street 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 

Black, Kandia Patricia — 

63 Campbell Avenue 
Clarion. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Black. Stephen Philip — 
2644 Woodlawn Avenue 
Easton. Pa 

Blandy, Mary Louise — 

1020 Highland Avenue 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Blank, Kenneth Dean — 

514 Southern Drive 
West Chester, Pa 
Marketing 

BIyer. Betty D. — 
fl D «2 
Lewjsburg, Pa. 
Eiemenlary Ed. 



Boccanera, Eva Marie — 
48 Cambridge Road 
Kendall Park, N J 

Bogdan, David John — 

823 Kosciuszko Street 
Nanticoke, Pa 

Boland, Martin John — 

401 Easi First Street 
Bloomsburg. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Bonone, Maureen — 

205 Colonial Drive 
Brickiownship, N J 
Elementary Ed 

Boughter , Virginia Carole — 

Maple Gardens Apt , D 1 
Ponsiown, Pa 
English 

Bowne, Lynetle Lehman — 
R D »4 
Danville, Pa 
Psychology 

Bowersoi, Cathy Mae — 

R D =1 
Middleburg. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Bowie, JaneTlplon — 

563 Cumberland Avenue 
Chambersburg, Pa 
Early Childhood 

Bowman, Douglas W — 

208 Sunset Drive 
New Cumberland, Pa 
Marketing 

Boyland, Stephen Russell — 
501 Glencoe Avenue 
Fort Washington. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Brady, Linda A. — 

2137Kent Road 
Abington, Pa 

Brajer, Michael — 

79 Highview Terrace 
Dover, N J 

Brandt, Jeffrey Earl — 

224 Beech Avenue 
Hershey, Pa 
Accounting 

Brannich, Michael Joseph — 

602 Midland Circle 
Berwyn, Pa 
Marketing 

Breakey, Ann Marie — 

15 JacKson Avenue 
Ridley Park, Pa 

Bremer, Susan Anne — 

5814Weymouth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Special Ed 

Breskiewlci, Carol Ann — 

921 Chestnut Street 
Kulpmont, Pa 
Sociology 

Brinser, Gregory Keith — 
612 Wesi Chestnut 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Business 

Broda, Michael Vincent — 

3750 Second Street 
Almedia, Bloorrsburg, Pa 
Marketing 

Brosious, Carl Robert — 

429 Frances Circle 
Whitehall, Pa 

Brosious, Craig D. — 

177 South Mam Slreel 
Pine Grove. Pa 

Brown, Bilbert Joseph — 
Box 6 

Uniondale, Pa 

Psychology 

Brown. Joan Anne — 

58 Penwood Road 
Basking Ridge, N J 
Elementary Ed 

Bruaw, Karen Louise — 

Route 1 

Samt Thomas. Pa 

Bruzgulis. William L. — 

240C Manor Road 
Edwardsviiie, Pa 

Bryan, Barry Lee — 

309 Three Mile Run Road 
Sellersville, Pa 
Accounting 

Bucher. Ronnie Leo — 

438 Mam Street 
Wilburton, Pa 
Accounting 

Bunnell. Ann Frances — 

919 Hemlock Street 
Scranton, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Burlan, Marita Ann — 

332 North SiKlh Street 
Allentown, Pa 
Special Ed 

Burkhardt, Michael — 

402 Midland Ave 
Wayne, Pa 
Business 

Burkhardt, David Anthony — 

63 White Rock Terrace 
Courtdale, Pa 
Accountmg 

Burns. Patricia Anne — 

28 Merrill Road 

Ambler, Pa 

Burrell, Donna Marie — 

303 Church Street 
Catasauqua. Pa 

Burrin, Anne Michel* — 

1 72 George Avenue 
Wilkes Barre. Pa 
Special Ed 
Butera, Thomas Anthony — 

370 Monroe Street 
Berwick, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Byrnes, James Louis — 
Box 245, RD »2 



Chicora. Pa, 
Marketing 

Caeti, Sharon Lee — 

800 Linden Avenue 
Johnstown. Pa 
Special Ed 

Caldarelli. Louise Marie — 

908 Center Street 
Enola. Pa 
Special Ed 

Callahan, Margaret Ann — 

237 South Locust Street 
Mount Carmel, Pa 

Calvario. Thomas J. — 

41 1 Third Street 

Blakely. Pa 

Business Management 

Cameron. Dean C. — 

11 38 West Valley Road 
Wayne, Pa 

Campolmi, Roger Paul — 

1 1 La'ayene Place 
Denviiie. N j 
Marketing 

Cann, Sandre Kathleen — 

140 South 17th Street 
Easlon, Pa 

Cannon. John Michael — 

3800 Miiibrook Road 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Business Management 

Capperella. Linda Carol — 

2025 Ardin Drive 
Nornslown. Pa 
Speciat Ed 
Carachilo. Laura Ann — 

312 Mam Street 
Simpson, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Care, Kelly Jean — 

Bo> 414, R D »2 
Bifdsboro, Pa 
Accounting 

Carl. Robert Arthur — 

Bressier Street 
Athens, Pa 
Accounting 

CaroOiers. Nancy Louise — 

1584 Dillon Road 
Maple Glen, Pa 
Sociology 

Caruso. Robert Bruce — 

1263 South Forge Road 
Pa I my re. Pa 
Accounting 

Casale Jr.. Arthur William — 

403 Glenwood Avenue 
Wilhamspon, Pa 

Caseylll, JohnJ,— 
329 WashingtonStreet 
West Pinsion. Pa 
Accounting 
Caisidy, Carol M. 
205 James Avenue 
Paiion, Pa 

Cavallucci. Albert Edward — 

31 1 Nonh Ninth Street 
Allentown. Pa. 
Marketing 

Caywood. Janet E. — 
12Rich.eLane 
Yardley. Pa 
Business Ed 

Cespedes. Dlgna Niurka — 

461 East Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Psychology 

Chapman, Nancy Walker — 

600 Oak Street 
Stroudsburg, Pa 
Accountmg 

Cherry, Lenore Anne — 

101 South Franklin Street 
Shamokin, Pa 
Business Management 

Chesney, Judith Teresa — 
1000 Chestnut Street 
Kulpmont, Pa. 
Sociology 

Chesnick. Barbara Mary — 

Main Street 

Union Dale. Pa 

Special Ed 

Chlrkot, Thomas Stephen — 

1 16 Flat Road 

Plymouth. Pa 

Biology 

Chissler, Eileen Marie — 

17 Espy Street 

Wilkes Barre, Pa 

Sociology 

Chlebove. Melissa Pauline — 
426 Keystone Avenue 
Whitehall. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Chllbkewyci, Marie — 

4850 Gransback Street 
Philadelphia, Pa 
BusmeF^s Management 

Christman. Rodney Edwin — 
RD »2 
Palmenon, Pa 
Accounting 

Chubb Jr., Charles Monroe — 

706 Center Street 
Millersburg, Pa 
Accounting 

Clrtllo Jr.. Lawrence Patrick - 

1510 Dons Drive 
Harrisburg, Pa 

Citrino, Michael D. — 
4435 Paul Street 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Accountmg 

Clarke, Darlene Margaret — 
424 South Maple Avenue 
Basking Ridge, N J 
Elementary Ed 

Coar, Edward J — 

RD »2, Box 132 
Honesdale. Pa. 
Geology 



Cohen, Francine — 

754 Elbow Lane 
Warrington, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Cohen, Stanley Ian — 

8256 New Second Street 
Elkins Park. Pa 
Accounting 

Coleman, Judy Ann — 

520 New Boston 
Mahonoy City, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Coll, Kenneth Michael — 
327 Cherry Lane 
Havertown, Pa 
Business Management 

Collen, Melinda I. — 

RD «2, Bo. 324 
Watsontown, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Congreve, Wendy Jean — 

41 1 Station Avenue 
Coopersburg, Pa. 
English 

Conklln. Denlse Fay — 

Bo. 90 



Ettoi 



.Pa 



Conrad, Robert G. — 

29 East Fourth Street 
Boyertown, Pa 
Marketing 

Cook, Faith Renee — 

North Water Street 
Kno.vHIe, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Corbin, Cathy Ann — 

1718 North Street 
Harnsburg, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Cordaro, Richard John — 

1232 South Prince Slreet 
Palmyra. Pa 
Bus'ness Management 

Corrngrato, Joan Margaret — 

501 Fullenon Avenue 
Whitehall, Pa 
Accounting 

Cortazzo, Peter Louis — 
121 Forest Drive 
Nazareth, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Costello, Robert William — 

5445 Horrocks 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Coveleski, Frank George — 

1 1 37 Scon Street 
Kulpmont, Pa 

Cramer, Cindy L. — 

R D tt3, Bo. 575 
East Stroudsburg, Pa 

Crane, Kevin Joseph — 

27 McKinley Avenue 
Wesrwood. N J 

Craul, Linda J. — 

428 Mihtia Hill Road 
Southampton. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Crawford, Patrick H, — 

122 West Hemlock Street 

Hazleton, Pa 

Sociology 

Creasy. David Wayne — 

RD a3 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Earth Science 

Creveling, William Stuarl — 

1427 Dublin Road 
Maple Glen, Pa 

CriquJ, Michael Richard — 

6945 Scenic Drive 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Accounting 

Crossmore. Jan Carol — 

900 Tyson Drive 
West Chester, Pa 
Elementary £d 

Curto. Carl Steven — 

2472 Forest Street 
Easion. Pa 
Accounting 

Dajnowski. Donna Marie — 

1 19 Schooley Street 
Exeter, Pa 
Earth Science 
Dallas, Patricia Anne — 

20 Quaker Hill Road 
Levitiown, Pa 
Business Management 

Daniels IV, Joshua — 

102 Kings Road 
Plymouth Menmg, Pa 

Daniels, Lynn Marie — 

3037 Pennsyivanta Street 
Allenlown. Pa 

Danzer. Diane Marie — 
Mam Slreet 
Branchville. N J 
Secondary Ed 

Dardes, Antoinette Marie — 

177 Parsonage Street 
Pinsion, Pa 
Sociology 

Dart, Joan Elaine — 

8323 Alicia Street 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Business Management 

Davis, MaxlneK.— 

R.D. #5 
Wellsboro. Pa. 
Special Ed- 
Dawson, Thomas E. — 

324 Alton Slreet 
Danville. Pa 

Day, Karen — 

24 Somerset Place 
Murray Hill, N J 
Elementary Ed 

DeCaprla, Patric Leonard — 

532 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Sunbury. Pa 
Special Ed. 



DeCarlo, Denlse Mary — 

33 Blackberry Lane 
Mornstown, N J 
Business Management 

DeKrafft, Pani R. — 

7047 E Midway Avenue 
Upper Darby, Pa 
Special Ed 

Demko, Donna Marie — 

980 Wedgewood Drive 
Lansdale, Pa 

Denault, Pamela J- — 

3006 Aspen Circle 
No'fistown. Pa 

Derk, Timothy Allen — 
1 103 Shamokm Street 
Trevorton, Pa 
Accountmg 

DeRenzis. Charles Joseph — 

R D »1. Bo. 175 
Elysburg. Pa 
Geology 

Detweiler, Alicia Marie — 

219 Penn Avenue 
Duponl, Pa 
Special Ed 

Deutsch, Gayle Mary — 

1 133N Fourteenth Street 
Allentown. Pa 
Business Management 

Deutsch, Jeffry Paul — 

104 South Seventh Street 
Coplay, Pa 
Accounting 

Devitt, Kathleen — 

261 7 Abington Road 
Wilmington. Del 
Communication Disorders 
DeVries, Caria — 

1 828 Cloverdale Road 
Bethlehem, Pa 

Dickerson, Patricia Jean — 

236 Pleasant Drive 
Warren, Pa 
Communication Disorders 

DIckison. Charles Allen — 

RD »1 

Dingmans Ferry, Pa 
Geology 

Dicks, Sharon Marie — 
R D al. Bo. 541 
Cuncannon, Pa 
Psychology 

Diefenderfer, Mark A. — 

765 Maple Lane 
Easton, Pa 
Accounting 
Dietrich, Larry A- — 

R D k2 
Bernviiie. Pa 
Business Management 

DiHIey, Kathleen A. — 

6 Emerald Lane 
Levinown. Pa 
Early Childhood Ed. 

D'Ignazio, Anne Marie — 

546 E Si Andrevrt Drive 
Media, Pa 
Accounting 

DiLella, Debra Joan — 

4632 Yales Road 
Cornweiis Heights. Pa 
Special Ed 

Dill, Kathy Anne — 

1428 Mardet Street 
Sunbury, Pa 
Sociology 

Dilliplane, Kim Jarjorie — 

10 North Eighth Street 
Shamokin. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Domenick, James Robert — 

226 Old Eagle School Road 

Wayne, Pa 

Donald, Richard William — 

6 Plymouth Drive 
Yardley, Pa 

Donohoe, Christine Marie — 
207 North 45th Street 
Harnsburg, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Donovan, Robert J. — 

103 Walres Drive 
Scranton. Pa 
Marketing 

Doran. Patricia Ann — 

210 Jackson Street 
Pon Carbon, Pa 
Sociology 

Dougherty, Rae Lynn — 

424 Church Street 
Caiasaqua. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Dougherty, Thomas Charles - 

3205 Earle Slreet 
Harnsburg. Pa 

Dowd, Anne Marie — 

207 Union Street 
Sunbury, Pa 

Doyle, Thomas Andrew — 

300 Prospect Avenue 
Scranton, Pa 
Accounting 

Dragic, John David — 

Prompton View 
Promplon. Pa 

Dragons, Anthony Michael — 

234 Folk Street 

Easton, Pa 

Business Management 

Drumhelser, Beth Anne — 

312 Feeser Road 
Harnsburg, Pa 
Sociology 

Duckworth, Mark — 
81 1 Dogwood Lane 
Hatfield, Pa 
Business Management 

Duffy, Hick J — 

356 Powell Road 
Springfield, Pa 
Marketing 



Oufty- Orin Elizabeth — 
2826 Chicnesier Avenue 
Boolhwyn Pa 

Dunbar. Stwirt J«nt«s — 

1 79 Meifose Avenue 
EastLansdowne, Pa 
Business Managemen! 

Dunncntoreer, Elfub«tti Ann - 
5221 Fou'Th Avenue 
Attoo^a Pa 

Soeciai ia 

Divyr*. KsttiiMn Mirv — 

lOCrane Lane 
FiOfhain Parti. N j 
Elementary Ea 

Onirltin. Lorrairw CartM — 

1 7 Cinnamon RoaO 
LeviTlown, Pa 
Eiemeniarv Ed 

Eachus, Stephen Paul — 

501 Marshall Drive 
Wesi Chester, Pa 

Cast, Deborah Ann — 

433 East Fifth Slreer 
Berw,ch. Pa 
Early Ch-idhood Ed 
Easton. Sharon Lae — 
709 Mende'-siyi Hoad 
King o' Prussia Pa 
Earty Childhood Ed 

Ebbosan. Martoria Alice — 

98 CouD' Street 
FreeN)«d, N H 

Eby, Jill R. — 

419 Boorte Street 

Potlswilie. Pa 

EdalSMIn. Marc Howard — 
6739 Sou derSireel 
F^iiadeiDhia Pa 
Secondary £d 

Edwards, Cynthia Ann — 

640 Woodland Drive 
PottstOwn, Pa 
Business Management 

Ehrhom, UarQartt — 

5 Princeton Avenue 
Moont Gretna, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Ekhenlaub. JohnGeraM — 
1 106 Magee Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Busness Management 

Eisata, Patncia Jane — 

671 BustietonPke 
R-chDo'o, Pa 
Psvchology 

Eisanhan, Gerald Edwin — 
411 West King 

East Berlin Pa 

Accoont-ng 

Elstrodt. Deborah S. — 
1710 San GaDrieiOr.ve 

Vorh. Pa 
SociO*OQy 

Engel, Victoria Ann — 

RD =3. 8o« '44, Bastress 

Wiiiiamspon, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Crt. Jeffrey Gresh — 
12l0Spruce Street 
Ponstown, Pa 

Euridi. Christian John — 
ISfiPanepintoDrrve 
Schwenhsviile, Pa 
Seco«daf> Ed 

Cwanik, Tanura — 
151 Coat Street 
Wilhes Barre Pa 

Special Ed 

Fahey, Barttara Jean — 

1 17 East Grove Street 

Ta,ior. Pa 

English 

FaUone. Mark Paul — 
22A Cherr, Sfee' 

Jessup Pa 

Fanelll. Neil Josoph -- 

1313DunsinaneDrrv-e 
West Chester Pa 

Fantasia Jr., Dominick P. — 

11 17 Van Buren 
AJlentown. Pa 
Accountrng 

Faust. Theresa Louise — 

Teller Mountam Road 
Wernersviiie. Pa 
Communicai'On Disorders 

Fedastian. Deborah Ann — 

406 E Pennsytvania Avenue 

Doii»npngTown, Pa 

Fadoc. Deborah Marie — 

i600Br.a'H.M Road 
Gi*d«»vne Pa 

Eleme^ta^y Ed 

Feeney, Ann Mane — 

373 Randolph Drive 

Yorv, Pa 

Bus Management 

Fefinel. Marli Alien — 
415 South 25th Street 
Allen town. Pa 

Accounting 

Fern. Jeffrey Allen — 
909 South Genessee Street 
Allentown, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Fenerman, James H 

RO »3 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
English 

Flnley, Moiry Ann — 

23VatievV>ewDfrve 
Pring»e. Pa 
Eafiy Childhood Ed 
Tiore, Barbara Ann — 

3237 CI. Hon Avenue 
Bethlehem, Pa 

Flanlt. Deborah Ann — 

Northampton Street 
Portland. Pa 

Flinchbough. Barttara Ann — 

70WestChestnLtiSi'e€' 
Daiiastowr. Pa 
Spec .a' Ed 

Fogelman, Lisa Daune — 
332 Broadway 



Milton. Pa 
Sociology 

Fortlni Jr., Joseph Anthony — 

203 Terrace Boulevard 
Lewisiown, Pa 
Business Ed 

Foi, David Franklin — 
769 N Charione Sireet 
Pottstown. Pa 
SoCiOtOQV 

Foi. Stephen Douglas — 

435 East Tenth Street 
Berynici., Pa 

Biology 

Franklin. Jay Edmund — 

RD =3 
ShicdShmny, Pa 

Frana, Patricia Ann — 

139 East Market Street 
Wilhamstown, Pa 
Biology 

Frantz. Scott Halben — 
RO a2 

Bloomsburg. Pa 
Geology 

Frasso, Richard Scott — 

534 Dorchester Avenue 
Reading. Pa 

Freeman, Marcia — 

2027 Washington Boulevard 
Easton. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

French, James Joseph — 

34 Abdallah Avenue 
Cortland. NY 
Bus Managerrwnt 

Frkhe, Robert Allen 

6127Reach Street 

Pt^iiadeiph.a, Pa 
Biology 

Fruehan. Paul Russell — 
527 Cedar Avenue 
Scranton. Pa 
Bus Management 

Fry, Brian Donald — 
6204 Warren Avenue 
Harnsburg, Pa 
Bus Managerr»eni 

Fuehrer, Laurie E. — 

Oelchester Road 

Edgemont. Pa • 

Bus Management 

Fuhrman Jr , Eupene Allen — 

R D ^3 Bo. 152 

Mittirntown, Pa 

Fulton. Thomas Joseph — 
R D =2. Bo. 508 
East Stroudsburg. Pa 

Fundah, Cfieryf Ann — 

103 Sa ion Street 
Jessup. Pa 
Special Ed 

Furman, Anne Janet — 
503 West Mam Street 
Valley View. Pa 

Fumiss. John Wade — 

Box 200 

Pa u pack. Pa 

English 

Furniss. Susan Marie — 

4406A S Middietown Road 

Media, Pa 

Accounting 

Gaal. Christopher J — 
2225 Second Avenue 
Whitehall, Pa 
Accounting 

Gale, Michelle Elame — 
905 Greer Br.a' Lane 
Spr.f»gt.eia. Pa 

Psychology 

Gallagher, Elizabeth A. — 
519 Woodbine 
NarberTh. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Gailahue, Elizabeth Ann — 

RD ^3. Wonderview Ski Lodge 

Bloomsburg. Pa 

Sociology 

Garbow, Beth W. — 

TOO Matlac^ Avenue Bu'ldmg 7 
Lewrsburg, Pa 

Garcia, Suzanne E. — 

127 Murray Avenue 
Bloomsburg. Pa 
Gardner, John Earl — 
2754 Stephens Street 
Easton. Pa 
Bus ManagerT>eni 

Gamey. Diane Elizabeth — 

97 West Vaughn Street 
Kingston. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Ge»ger, Thomas Scott — 

A Hen town Road 
Trumbauersviile. Pa 

Accounting 

Gerbtno. Charlene Ann — 

265 W Wilkes Barre Street 

Easton, Pa 

Marketing 

German, Ruth M — 

R D SI. Bo- 164 
Copiay. Pa 
Busriess Ed 

Gessner Jr., Norman Albert — 
RD 5rl.Bo»269 
Paiinos. Pa 
Accounting 

Getlel. Sharon Faith — 

Bo< 44. Airport Road 
Rehrersburg. Pa 
E'emeniary £d 

Giedgowd, Joseph Anthony — 

637 Shady Retreat Road 
Doyiestown, Pa 
Accounting 

Gmiffre. Nicholas Joseph — 

346 Baitymofe Road 
Spr.rgtieid Pa 
Bus Management 

Gtoseh, Thomas Anthony — 

ISlOWest Hoii, Street 
Shamokm. Pa 

Gober, Deborah Anne — 

619 Center Street 
Shenandoah, Pa 
Special Ed 



Codihall. Susan Elaine — 
370 Donegal Springs Road 
Mount Joy. P« 
Special Ed 

Gorg. Janet Tail — 

566 Beate Road 

Blue Bell. Pa 
An Siud'o 

GonU. Michael A. — 
417 East Garrison Street 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Accounting 

Gow, Penny E. — 

RO al 
Oaiton. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Graby. Rebecca J — 

RouleBo«267 
Annv'lle, Pa 

Accounting 

Grad, Mark Stephen — 

3860 Dora Or.ve 
Harnsburg, Pa 

Grantier, Robert Wayne — 
RO =1 
Canton Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Grasse, Carmen Michael — 
2368 Old Berwick Road 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Economics 

Gray, Judy Louise — 
Hillside Terrace. Bo« 39t 
Branchviile, NJ 
Elementary Ed 

Gray, Valerie — 

250 West Madison Street 
Easton. Pa 

PsychoFogy 

Grayum, Lizbeth Anne T. — 

213 Wells Lane 
Springlieid, Pa 
Medical Tech 

Greco, Enei Catherine — 

10' W Washington Street 
Shenandoah. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Green. Brenda Louise — 
RD = I. Bo. 309 

Lewisburg, Pa 
Medical Tech 

Gross, Diane Elaine — 

900 E Suleenth Street 
Berwick. Pa 
Elemenlary Ed 

Halberstadt, Geoffrey Leo — 

Gwynedd Manor Road 
North Wales, Pa 

Hall, Melinda Frances — 

426 Fruit Farm Road 
Royerslord. Pa 
Specia' Ed 

Hallman. Stacy — 
472 Leah Dr.ve 
Fort Washington, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Halye, David Roy — 
272 McGuire Park Drive 
Bicomsburg. Pa 

Hamilton, David Allen — 

426 Trudv Road 
Harnsburg. Pa 
Accounting 

Hammes. Cynthia Ann — 

Route I 

Fredericksburg Pa 
Accounting 

Hammes. Cynthia Ann — 
Route I 

Fredericksburg. Pa 
Accounting 

Harps. Marie Stamer — 

R D =1. Bo. 54 
Catawissa. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Harrington, Neal Douglas — 

2216Barrington Road 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Marketing 

HarTman, Dan William — 
7 C Street 
Danville. Pa 

Hartman, Joyce Diehl — 
1012 Thrush Lane 
Audubon. Pa 
Special Ed 

Hassotd. Jane E. — 
1648 Terrace Dnve 
Maple Glen. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Hauck. Edward Bernard — 

101 7 Wocxis Avenue 
Lancaster, Pa 
English 

Hause, Cindy L. — 

1 525 Spring Garden Avenue 

Berwick. Pa 

Sociology 

Hearn. Wendy Lee — 
RD al 
Milton. Pa 
PsycfKriogy 

Hecfcman, John R. — 

1 25 Susquehanna Avenue 
Enola. Pa 
Political Science 

Heffner. Lois Susan — 

98 Border flock Road 
Levinown, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hendershot. Ronald Euoene — 
RD a1 
Milton. Pa 
Chemistry 

Heppe, Virginia Lee — 

RD =l.Bo«452 
Ringiown. Pa 
Sociology 

Herbert, Edward Albert — 
14Filben Street 
Forty Fon, Pa 
Accounting 

Herriek. Patricia Helen — 
405 Alpme D'lve 
Vestal. N Y 
Special Ed 

Hets, Edwin Lee — 



36 19 Gettysburg Road 
Camp Hill, Pa 
Business Managemeni 

Hetrtck. Cheryl Dawn — 

RD =2 
Bernviiie. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hettrich, Sharon Lynn — 

Toiynship Line Road 
Chai'ont. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hewitt, Barbara Jean — 

1757 West Grant Street 
Siatedale, Pa 
Senoridary Ed 

Hewlett, Diane CoretU — 
4 75 West First Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hickox, Cindy Lane — 
Boi263. RO =3 
Lewisburg. Pa 
Secor>darv Ed 

Hicks, Glen F.— 

305 Laurel Road 
Sharon Hill, Pa 

Hill. Steven John — 

161 1 Delaware Avenue 
Wyonissmg, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Htnkel, Angela Ruth — 

RD =l.8o«339 

Ashland. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hinkel, Rodney D — 

23 North Mam Street 
Trumbauersviile. Pa 
Hitchens, Cheryl Lynn — 
10 Pebble Woods Drive 
Ooy'estown, Pa 
Psychology 

Hoeschele, Virginia — 

R D 3 4. BO.380A 
Boyenown. Pa 

Hohl, Susan Marie — 

100 Harrington Street 
Courtdale, Pa 
Sociology 

Holland. James E. — 

818 West TrindleRoad 
Mechamcsburg. Pa 

Holmes, Christine Marie — 

7 East Bells MiiisRoad 

Erdenheim Pa 

Special Ed 

Holmes, Deggie Lynn — 

18 Harnson Avenue 
Souderton, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Holt, Jeffrey Scott — 

R D =2. Bo. 338B 
Williamsport. Pa 

Hontz. Elaine Jean — 
811 East Second Street 
Nescopech. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Hoover, Cheryl Ann — 
1020 East Sunbury Street 

Sharnokm, Pa 
Sociology 

Horn. Robert James — 

108' J Madison Avenue 
WestHazieion, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Hasay, Andrew F — 
RD =2 

Shickshinny. Pa 
Business Management 

Hose, Cynthia Irene — 

H D =4 
Muncy. Pa 
Spanish 

Hotchkiss. Kathy Ann — 
3101 Plymouth Rock Road 
Norristown. Pa 
Sociology 

Houck, Donna Marie — 
209 Hawthorn Road 
King ot Prussia. Pa 
Business Management 

Houghton, Nancy Ann — 

218Rosemont Ave . 6o» 369 

Newdeid. N J 

Biology 

Houseal. Steven Charles — 

18Constitut'On Avenue 
Nor ns town. Pa 

Howells, David James — 
1 446 Riverwood Lane 
Phoenuv-lle, Pa 

Hudak Jr..ThomasJ. — 

1464 Keichner Road 
Bethlehem, Pa 

Hudock, Barbara Ann — 

251 7 Raleigh Dr^.e 
York, Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Hughes. David Bruce — 

431 Morwood Road 
Earlinton. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Hughes. Mary Catherine — 

115 Sullivan Road 
Wayne. Pa 

Communication Disorders 

Hughes. Gregory M. — 

Light Street Road 
, Bloomsburg, Pa 

Hunt. Stephen William — 

406 Devon Road 
Mavertown. Pa 
Accounting 

Huratiah. Brian Jude ~~ 

1 16 Colurnbia Avenue 
Atlas. Pa 

Jaggard. Judith Ellen — 

933 Long Woods Drive 
SirowOsburg. Pa 

Jaindl, Sue Ellen — 

15 Twin Oaks Drive 
Doyiestown. Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Jakubos. Gerald Wayne — 

RD =3 

ClarkS Summit. Pa 

Busirwss Management 



James. Cecil Scon — 
7 70 Cherry Lane 
Southhampton, Pa 
Business Management 

Jankiewict Jr.. Anthony Stanle - 
428 Washington St'cei 
Le«tsdaie, Pa 
Business Management 

Janssen Jr.. Paul G. — 

f itni Hill Road 
Coopersburg P» 
Political Science 

Jeanes, Thomas David — 

1 1 Denise Drive. R D a5 
West Chester. Pa 
Business Management 

Jenkins, Joan Ann — 

126 North Laurel Street 
Ha /leton. Pa 

Jensen. Suzanne Sutliff — 
20 West Market Street 
Danville Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Jerzak, Christopher John — 

125 South Hancock Street 
Wilkes Barre, Pa 
Business Management 

Johns, Suzanne Sara — 

6 Erie Street 
WestPittsofi Pa 
Accounting 

Johnston. Robert Andrew — 
229 Reese Street 
Sharon Mill, Pa 

Accounting 

Jones. Carol Anne — 
2302 Reading Ave . Apt 19 

West Lawn, Pa 
An Studio 

Jones, David F. — 
P Box 352 
Gouidsboro Pa 

inlormation Processing 

Jones. Elizabeth Mary — 

24 Mallery Place 
Wilkes Barre, Pa 
Accounting 

Judge, Loline Elizabeth — 

2007 Columbia Avenue 
Camp Hill. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Julian, Suzanne M. — 

56 Valley 

New Philadelphia. Pa 
Business Ed 
Kadash, Susan J — 

55 Juhene Street 
Hopeiawn, N J 
Elementary Ed 

Kamindki, Donna M. — 
70 Mam Street 
Mocanagua. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Kamindki, Eleanor Janine — 

105 Leamoor Drive 
Parsippany. N J 

Kanouse, Gary Douglas — 

919 East Tenti- Street 
Berwick, Pa 
Biology 

Keim, Michelle Renee — 

249 North Broad Mt Avenue 
Frackviiie, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Keichner. RobenSeybert — 

Bo. 006 

Beach Haven. Pa 

Bus Admm Economics 

Kellenberger. Robert Paul — 

2l03South View Road 
Lancaster. Pa 
Mathematics 

Keller, Nichael William — 
RD =2. Bo. 453 

Sunbury. Pa 
Secondary Ed 
Keller. Sandra A. — 

ll9Harmi(Road 
Broomali. Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Kelley. Eugene Richard — 

309 Wnght Street 
Lock Haven. Pa 
Business Management 

Kelly, James R. — 
204 Tewksbury Road 
FairiessH.iis, Pa 

Kelly, Kay K. — 

304 Third Street 

Easion. Pa 

Business Management 

Kennedy. Denise Marie — 

Pfeasant Mount. Pa 
Political Science 

Kenrtedy. John R. — 
645 North Wales Road 
North Wales. Pa 
Business Management 

Kennedy. Rebecca Ann — 

131 Edgewood Drive 
York, Pa 
Soc'dogv 

Kenthack. Marianne — 
1 604 2 CaiasauQua Road 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Derstetler, Robin Lavem — 

R a2. Bo. 221 
Shamokin. Pa 
Accounting 
Keyser, Robert C — 
243 Printz Avenue 
Essmgton. Pa 

Kiefer, Cathy Ann — 

3630Quincy Lane 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

KieM, John — 

428 West Spruce Street 

Snanx>kin. Pa 

Psychology 

Kielen, Helen Catherine — 

740 Clyde Court 
Bryn Mawr. Pa 

Kincer, Jocelyn J. — 

200 U Grange Street 
Vestal. N Y 
Special Ed 



Kirchdoerfer. David Luke — 
Mam Street 
Rock Glen. Pa 
Accounting 

Klu Jr., Stanley Henry — 
1 505 East Palmer Street 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Kitson, Kenneth Lawrence - 
1 106 Hunters Lane 
Oeiand Pa 

Kleintop. Dennii K — 
RD K2 

Palmerton, Pa 

Klimek, John F. — 

31 Price Street 
Pittston, Pa 

Kline, Mildred A — 

337 Stevens Avenue 
Bern VI Me, Pa 
Business Ed 

Klirw, Stephen Spencer — 

Route 2. Bo» 122 
Belleville. Pa 
Inlormahon Processing 

Klucher, Carol Ann — 

2620 Surham Road 

York, Pa 

Business Management 

Knapp Jr., Edward Joseph — 

R D =t 

Sweet Valley Pa 

Kneiss. Gary Steven — 

80 Hedge Road 
Levitiown, Pa 

Kftoster. Timothy Peter — 

372 South Sugar- Road 
New Hope, Pa 
Special Ed 

Kokolu). Peter Michael — 

Route 1, Bo< 769 

Oret-eid. Pa 

Business Management 

Konas. Theodore V. — 

833 High Street 
Lancaster. Pa 
Accounting 

KoTKlravy, Elizabeth — 
2029 Liberty Street 

Atlentown, Pa 

Kopp, Christine Mane — 

20 North Ninth Street 
Easton, Pa 

Kosinski, Wiaslawa — 
i436WestMarshaiiSireei 
Nornsiown. Pa 
Psychology 

Kotulka, Cindy Ann — 
Bo. 32 

Miltord Square Pa 

Special Ed 

Kraft. Timothy Michael — 

1119 Hadtner Avenue 
Wiiiiamspon. Pa 

Kravau, Susan — 

2016SieQfried Sireet 
Bethlehem. Pa 
Medical Technology 

Krick, Donna Lee — 
1651 Delaware Avenue 
Wyomissing, Pa 
Special Ed 

Kruzel, Joyce M. — 

434 Francis Street 
Wiihes Barre, Pa 

Humanities 

Kuhnley, Sawn Elizabeth — 

1814Wayne Drive 
Nornsiown, Pa 

Kurisko, Penny Ann — 

131 IQuincy Avenue 
Dun more. Pa 
Computer 

Kurteson. Linda Susan — 
RD =1,80.533 
Coopersburg Pa 

Kurylo, Ronald — 

237 East Seventh Avenue 
Traope, Pa 

Kushia, Walter James — 
298 Roberts Avenue 
Conshohocken. Pa 
Business Management 

Kutza, John L. — 

316 Lackawanna Avenue 

Dupont. Pa 

Sociology 

Lahr, Robin — 
125 Academy Street 
Shamokin, Pa 

Lahutsky, Sherce Ann — 

834 East Market Street 

Mahanoy City. Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Lambert, Kimberiy Ann — 
2406 West Fourth Street 
Wiiiiamspon, Pa 
SociQiogv 

Landes, Craig Steven — 

134 South Filth Avenue 
Boyers'ord, Pa 

Landis. Deborah Lee — 

80.51 1 

Quakertown, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Lane. Melody Jane — 

11 13 Nicely Avenue 
Montou'Sviiie. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Lantz. Wilmont William — 
1219 Wheattieid Dnve 
Harnsburg. Pa 

LaPenta, Christian W — 

1201 Jones Street 
Conshohocken Pa 
Business Management 

Lazzoptna, Diane Ruth — 

487 W Valley Forge Road 
Kmgot Prussia. F^ 

Laubach, Ricky Kim — 

RD «1 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Accounting 

Lavelle. PtiillipJ. — 

11 20 Columbia 
Scranton. Pa 
Bus Managerrwnt 



197 



Labo, Richard Alan — 
Trrvo'ton. Pa 

Lm. Patrtci* E. — 

3b3 West Cresceni St'«r 

Ponndel, Pj 
EtirmcntjfY ttl 

L«90«. Matthew Jam«» — 
1718 Mor»ri>e Avenue 
Dunnxyte Pa 
Bui Mjnagen>eni 

Ltrarto, Chriitophsr Paul — 
309 Hemlock Ljoe 
Spnngtield, Pj 

Larcw, Gary All«n — 

123 Warer Street 
lM\ Berlin. Pa 
Accounting 

L«i. Martha Iren* — 
BC9Centr.il AveniiC 
Bv'*-.^ Pj 
BiiMness Ed 

Luinsky, MarIt — 
141 Kraniei Sireel 
Du'ye.i. Pa 
Secondary td 

Ltchtanbtrear. Clair* Dromgol - 

7 7&Hammon<lR,i.,tl 
York, P.) 

Special £d 

LItta, Susan Antom«tie — 
1 30 Fairhiil School Road 
Maiiieid. Pa 
Special Ed 

Lohr. Sutan Elisabeth — 
??J MjcKin Avpntje 
Ljn(.jMer Pa 

Lomb4rdv. Kathy J. — 

1711 Peachiree Lane 
No'fislown Pa 

Long, Timothy — 
O.ihwood CViwe 
Mjnover, Pa 

Low*. D*bra K — 

213 Pepper Sl'eet 
Muncy, Pa 
Con»n>ur>icdtion Disorders 

Lowry. Earl Roger — 
RO at 

forcMCiIy, Pa 
Bus Manjgenien! 

LoioUy. Eliiabeth Ann — 
37 ParKSlfecl 
WeM Ha/lplon, Pa 

Lucarvlli. Rob*rt Micha*l — 
322 Mih Avenue 
Scranlon. Pa 
Marhcrmg 

Lwcli*nblll. Jan* Louli* — 

n D = 1, Swissdale Road 
Bt'rnville, Pa 
Special Ed 

Lucrail. Cathy LouIm — 
190 Washmgion Boulevard 
Bangor, Pa 

Special Ed 

Ludrof , Julia Anrw — 
1039 Debbie Ljnp 
Allentown P^ 
Bu^ Management 

Luk* Jr.. K*nn*th L*e — 
103 Barker Street 
Ridley Pd'k. Pa 
Accounting 

Lund, Pamela S — 

Pleasant Mill Road 
Flanders, N J 
Special Ed 

Lynn, Roben Eugen* — 

4 Walnut Street 
Danville. Pa 
Accounting 

Lyont. Carol Jean — 
315? Stanwood Street 
Philadelphia. Pa 
Business Ed 

MacSain, Seart Mitchell — 
Bo« 90CeppRo,iii 
Pe'KioTienvjMf Pa 

Magalihi. Robert S — 

24 Fourth S!f<H>l 
Ld'ksviKe Pj 
MarKeimg 

Magfwr. Kim — 
Pennington Titusv.lle Road 
Pennington. Nj 
Sp(H:ial Ed 

M«nb*ck. Sara J»r»* — 

P.ne Mill Drive 
Pine Grove, Pa 
ElemeniaryEd 

Manoarwtio, Mark Elliot — 
21 1 Franklin Street 
West Piltston. Pa 
Swc-al Ed 

ManrMre. Gail Ann — 

975 SevcrmDr.ve 
Br-dgewaier. Nj 

Accounting 

Manxi. Suunne Mary — 

ISldScarboroSlrect 
E.eter Pa 
Conimunicaiior^ Disorders 

Mar burger, Sutann* — 

510 East Foonh Street 
Boyerlown. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Marcheni. Oantel Patrick — 

6'6 B'-.x>hdale Street 

A'l-'nlcmr,, Pa 
Accounting 

Marcy. B*verlv V*nla — 

no »i 

KmgsJcy. Pa 
SecofxJary EO 

Marella, Richard L** — 

t^orgeGaie Apis , Apt 3402 

lansdale Pa 

Gecjtogy 

Marlnchak. Cheryl Lynn — 

61 Ha/ip Street 
Deiarx). Pa 

Marino. Mary Lou — 



Marker. Kellh Edwin — 
253F Wesi Moureslown Road 

Wind Gap, Pa 

Marques. Judith Man* — 
500 Easi Second Street, Apt 1 
Bloomsburg, Pj 
Secondary Ed 

Martin. Adri«nn* T*resa — 
Norton Church Road 
Hampton. NJ 
Special Ed 

Martin. Phillip — 
1051 Jackson Street 
Easlon, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Martini. Susan Barbara — 

UOOWesl Arch Street 
Shamokin, Pa 

Marvin, Stuart James — 
86 Oreland Place 
Oreland. Pa 
Anihropotog* 

M*r<olf. Kathleen Lilian — 

4312ChurcnRoail 
Lockporl. NY 

Massa. Sharon Ann* — 
141 3 Grace Street 
Alleniown Pa 
Medical lech 

Master. Cathie Jo — 
253 Iron Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Biology 

Matthews, Kevin Michael — 
2 128 Cleveland Avenue 
Reading. Pa 
Biology 

Mauray. Oanial K. — 
13 to Poplar Street 
Kulpmont, Pj 
Bus Management 

Maxah. Cheryl Susan — 
1531 Thackrry Street 
Scranlon Pa 
Special Ed 

McAI*e. Brenda Jean — 
263 North Easton Hood 
Glenside. Pa 

McArtdrew, Patricia Ann — 

2008 Greenridge Street 
Dunmore. Pa 
Special Ed 

McArdle. Susan B. — 

150 W Spencer Street 
Philadelpriia, Pa 

McCarty, Celia Dawn — 
R D a 1 . Bo» 1 90 
Forkiville, Pa 
Economics 

MeCollum, David Roben — 

R D »8. Boi2e7 
Bloomsburg. Pa 
Inlormatton Processing 

McCormick. Ellen Patricia — 
1403 Walnut Street 
Ashland Pa 

Elementary Ed 

IMcCourt. Douglas Michael — 
73 Providence 
Doylestown. Pa 
Bus Management 

McDonald, Walter Thomas — 

224 Garvin Boulevard 
Sharon Hiil. Pa 
Sociology 

McEwen. Kathleen B — 

151 Church Street 
Woodbridge Nj 
Communication Disorders 

McFaddon, T*res* M. — 

141 1 SunnyhiH Lane 
Havertown, Pa 

McG**, Mam W — 

2047 Walnut Street 
AKenlown. Pa 

Accounting 

McGinnis, Martha Ann — 
712 Church Street 
Haw lev. Pa 
Etemeniary Ed 

McGrath. Coll**n Ann — 
9032 Convent Avenue 
F^iladelphia. Pa 
Art Studio 

McGrath. K*vin Laurence — 
219 Maypotc Road 
Upper Darby, Pa 

McHate, Ellen Mane — 
146 Carroll Street 
Pittsion, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

McKelvy. Linda Kim — 
421 Carlton Road 
Hers hey Pa 

McKinnon. Hilarie Nowell — 
234MBlai'e Mill Village 
Horsham. Pa 
Special Ed 

McLaughlin. Melinda Marie — 
53 lownsend O'vc 
Flcwhani Park, Nj 

McLaughlin. Roberta E. — 

1 1 Gnl lis Street 
Monirose. Pa 
Sociology 

McLinko. Paul Michael — 
16 Mechanic Sneet 
ToManda, Pj 
Bus Managem<«nT 
McMenamln. James Edward — 
1048 Maple Avenue 
Ardsley. Pa 

McNey. Joan Marie — 
M15 Sunset Drive 
Potistown, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

McNulty. Virginia Ellen — 

R B 1. The Hideout 

Uihe Ariel. Pa 
EieriipniaryEd 

Mead. Sharon S. — 

6? Jenkins Road 
Burnt Hills. NY 

Meeker. John Townley — 
36 Virgmta Terrace 
Forty Fort. Pa 
B'Otogv 



NMnk. Michael Bernard — 
200 South Second Sir eel 
Saint Clair Pa 
Accounting 

Melnick. Carol M — 

97 North Cole Avenue 
Spring VaiU'v Nv 
Biology 

Melnyk, Joseph Paul — 
27 Winding Road 
Levitlown, Pa 
Piychologv 

Menslngar. Craig Eugene — 

West Third Sireel 
Milftinville. Pa 
Business Ed 

Mtrrlck, Carl Alvin — 
50 Willard Avenue 
Ivyland. Pa 

Bus ManaQpmeni 

Miller. Joetta Lynn — 
510 Shatter Road 
Millersburg. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Miller. Mary Reglna — 
1411 Woodmoni Avenue 
Williamspori. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Miller. Sheila — 
R a7. B0M.''37 
Bloomsburg, Pa 

Accounting 

Millham. Patrick James — 
3 Grove Street 
Mountaintop, Pa 
Bus Management 

Mincemayer, John Douglas 
71 South Broad Street 
Hughesville. Pa 
Secor>darv Ed 

MIstal, Deborah Jean — 

RR a 1. Bo. 218 C 
Drums, Pa 
Medical Tech 

Mitchell. Stephen Francis — 

204 W Washingion Avenue 
Clition Heights, Pa 
Bus Management 

Miner. John Paul — 

514 West South Street 
MahonoyCity Pa 
Chemistry 

Moorsh. Ann* Helen — 
RO =4 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Special Ed 

Molchan, Ann Marte — 

1020 Third Street 
Nonh Catasauqua Pa 

Mondschein, John Frances — 

121 South Seventh Street 
Cop lav. Pa 
Business Ed 

Mongelll. D*bra Jean — 

851 West Avenue 
Spnngtield. Pa 

Moore. Gail Anne — 
45 Windsor Place 
Center Valley. Pa 
tntormaiion PrixessiiQ 

Moore, Gregory Richard — 

937 Bel Air Drive 

Berwick. Pa 

Bus Management 

Moor*, Pam*la L** — 

535 Charles Drive 
King of Prussia. Pa 

Moor*. T*rl Charl*Ae — 

341 South Seventh Street 

Shamokin. Pa 

Sociology 

Morgan. Nancy Ann — 

RD si 

Nescopek, Pa 

Sociology 

Morris. Jay Allen — 

902 Cemetery Street 

Williamspori P.» 

Elementary Ej 

Moser. Kathleen Annette — 
MMCenter Street 
Jim Thorpe, Pa 

Mosteller. Kenneth — 
45 Ridge Road 
Spring Cilv. Pa 

Motyfca. Chris Joseph — 
108 Fourth Strtet 
Larksviile. Pa 
Sociology 

Mountz. Jennifer Lynn — 

726 Madison Avenue 
Reading. Pa 
Medical Tech 

Mowery, Michael David — 

214 Fifth Avenue 
Burnriam. Pa 

Muhr. Melissa Ann — 
1413 Sioo. Street 
Betriiehem. Pa 
Psychology 

Mulr. Heather Ellen — 
44 WestClearviewDr.ve 
Shrewsbury. Pa 

Mulhern. Thomas Aquirtas — 
401 East First Street 
Blc»msburg, Pa 
Secor>dary Ed 

Mull. Cindy Ann — 
R «1. Bo« 167 
Boyertown. Pa 
Accounting 

Mull. Robert Edwin — 
193 Washington Street 
Spring Citv. Pa 

Mwsser. T*rris L*e — 

15 Brown Street 
Lewisburg. Pa 
Earth Science 

Myers. James R. — 

245 West Ridge Avenue 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Myers. Sherry Lee — 
1 020 North Queen Street 
York. Pd 
Special Ed 

Naceari, Nicholas Edward — 



108 Princeton Road 
Elton. Pa 
Sociology 

Naples. MaryElitabeth A — 

3 Colonial Acre\ 
Wyoming. Pa 

Nash. Stanley James — 

241 Merrybrook Drive 
Havertown, Pa 

AtiOunling 

Nebrosky. Jon Joseph — 

107 Middle Slreet 
Minersvilte, Pj 
Political Science 

N**lv. Barbara — 

525 Forsi Washington Avenui 
Fon Washington, Pa 
Special Ed 

Nicholson. Robart C. — 
Bruce Street. R D fi2 
Coopersburg. Pa 

NicolodI Jr . Roben Edward - 
22 18 Dover Road 
Harnsburg, Pa 
Bus Management 

NIgro. Joseph R. — 
925 North 12th Street 
Alleniown. Pa 

Nooney. Francis J, — 
323 South Webster Avenue 
Scranton, Pa 

Norman, Debra Dean — 

31 7 Highland Avenue 

Devon Pa 

Spe< Ml Ed 

Norquest. Joan Ann — 

RD =5 

Bloomsburg. Pa 

English 

Notari, Lois Ann -~ 
30 1 2 Birney Avenue 
Scranton. Pa 
Socioloov 

Novak, Diann — 

223 South Smth Street 
Shamokin. Pa 

O'Brien. Frank 8 — 

41 Hitiard Street 
Wilkes Barre, Pa 

O'Connor. Elisabeth Anne — 

409Pikeland Avenue 
Spring Cdy, Pa 
Business Ed 

O'Connor. K*vin J. — 
16 Hastings Avenue 
Ha/ietown, Pa 
Odell. Eliiabeth P*nman — 
120 North Bro.id Street 
Hughesville Pa 

Odenwelder. Deborah Lynn — 

124 S Leh Apt 6 
Alleniown, Pj 
Early Childhood Ed 

Ohher. Linda Carol — 

19? Oldham Hoad 
Wayne, NJ 
Special Ed 

O'Lear, Patricia Lynne — 
R D »2, Honielown 
Tamaqua. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Oliver, NarKy Patricia — 
916 Pine Street 
Scranton Pa 

ScKiology 

Ollverie, Susan C — 
23 Linda Place 
Fan wood, NJ 

Elementary Ed 

Giver, Richard Duane — 
445 Terrace Street 
Honesdale. Pa 
Earth Science 

O'Malley. Margaret Mae — 
226 New Street 
Wainutport. Pa 

Accounting 

Ondek. Maria Ann — 

1 14 Memorial Street 
t.eier Pa 

Otto. Anne Marie — 
106 Sunset Dr.ve 

New Cumberland, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Pagani. Frederick Judc — 
8732 West Chester Pihe 
Upper Darby Pa 
Accounting 

Paglialunga. Alben Reno — 

3 79 South Prospect Avenue 

Bergenfield. NJ 

Biology 

Palmer, Wayne R. — 

830 Fifth Avenue 
Williamspori. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Palumbo. Craig Edward — 

10a?GienCircie 
Glenolden, Pa 

Palumbo. f*hyllis — 

51? Clover Avenue 
Chinchilla. Pa 
Special Ed 

Paraschos. Kim Diane — 

Portland. Pa 

Park. Douglas Scon — 

2H 1 West Thirc Street 
Wili.amsport. Pa 
Bus Management 
Parker. Bonnie Jean — 
R D «3 
Poitsviile. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Pascale, Rita M — 
2002 Hemlock Road 
Norristown. Pa 

Pastore. Linda Joy — 
260 Wyandotte Road 
FairlessHilfs. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Peacock. Barttara — 

40 10 Berry Avenue 
Drexel Hill. Pa 
SpecMiEd 

PeaN. David A. — 

40 E Green Street 
Hj/leton, Pa 



Pecuch. Thomas J. — 
1 7 East Garrison Slreei 

Bethlehem, Pa 
Business Ed 

Pederson. Alan Welti — 
26 Circle Drive 
Telford, Pa 

f**karik. Julianne Marie — 
lOlSHoe Street 
Allentown, Pa 
Special Ed 

Peoples. Jeanne K. — 
RD «3. Bon 284 
Clearfield. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

F^rry Jr., James J. — 
235 East Siith Street 

Ha/leton, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Persiano. Marie Michele — 

800 Wyndmoof Avenue 
Wyndmoor Pa 
An History 

Petronella. Michael Francis — 
31 North Ridge Road 
Livingston. NJ 

Patrosky, AudroyA. — 

274 N Penr>svlvania Avenue 
Wilkes Barre. Pa 
Special Ed 

Petty. Joseph Glenn — 

1 19 Garfield Avenue 
Berwick Pa 

Bus Management 

Pfleegor, Sharon Louise — 
RD «2. Bo. 169 



Piorce, Spence Henry — 
3087 Avon Road 
Belhlehem, Pa 

Pottenberger, Cathy Eliiabeth - 

R D «2. Bo. 223 
Dauphin. Pa 
English 

Pollock. Laura Marie — 
R D «2, Bo. 227 
McVeytown. Pa 

English 

Poltonoiic« Gary Michael — 

345 Cleveland Street 
Bfislol, Pa 

Poller, Stephen John — 

5129lincoln Avenue 
Whitehall. Pa 
Accounliog 

Posso. Llllana — 
47 E Fourth Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Accounting 

Pi^more, Kathy Ann — 
Delaware Avenue 
Poflland. Pa 

Quinn. Louise Jarwt — 

516 Shield Street 
Harnsburg. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

fUda. Gregory Thomas — 

R D a4. Bo. 4222 
Pottsviiie. Pa 
Accounting 

Raker. Jane A- — 

R D « 1. Bo. 175 
Liberty. Pa 

Ralston. Oavid Roben — 

272 Giendale Road 
Havertown. Pa 

Ramln. Nancy Jane — 

t09 West Central Avenue 
Souih Williamspori. Pa 
Biology 

Ramln, Karina — 

513 Nomslown Road 
Horsham, Pa 
Psychology 

Rankin, Jeffrey Clair — 
327 Terrace Boulevard 
Lewisiown. Pa 
Accounting 

Rauch, Beverly Jean — 
909 Skyline Dri.e 
Lebanon. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Rauderbush, Robin Blame — 
2255 Kerr Hoaa 
Ha'ieySviHe, Pa 

Rauhauser. Eliiabeth Leas — 

1608 Druck Valley Road 
Yorh, Pa 
Special Ed 

Rausa. Richard Kenneth — 

4I7SeminoRoad 
Noflhvate. Nj 
Business Ed 

Ream, Maureen Ann — 
1 375 Simpson Ferry Road 
New Cumberland. Pa 
Psychology 

R**se, Roben Clayton — 
422 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Lansdaie. Pa 

Reevs. Roben L. — 

621 East Third Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Bus Management 

Regan. Michael Eugene — 
701 Broadway Avenue 
Pnmos. Pa 
Information Processing 

Reilly. Regina Ann — 

1 5 Montrose Avenue 
Bausman. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Reilly. Burton Clifford — 
1019 South Webster Avenue 
Scranton. Pa 

Reinert, Karen Lynn — 
11 34 North 34th Street 
Allentown. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Rejniak, Kathryn Mary — 
9807Hav>landCouri 
Fairla.. Va 

Special Ed 

Renaldo. Thomas Joseph — 
841 Garibaldi Avenue 



Hoseto. Pa 
Biology 

Repko. Diane Arlen* — 

1115N Franklin Slreet 
Potlstown, Pa 
Accounting 

R«yman, Lynn — 
Millerich Road 
New Vernon. NJ 

Rhoadss, Debra Mildred — 

500 N 30th Street, Apt J21 

Camden, Nj 

English 

Rhoades. Pamela K. — 

R D « 1 
Danville, Pa 

Rhoads, Bobbianne Louise — 
241 Easi Walnut Streel 
Ephrala Pa 

Elemeniary Ed 

Rice. Debra Diana — 
8o>82 

Landisburg. Pa 
Elementary Ed 
Riffltts, Joan Christine — 
225 Giassboro Road 
Woodbury Heights, NJ 
English 

Rinehimer, David Allen — 
H D B2. Bo. 1898 24A 

Wapwallopen. Pa 
Biology 

Ring. Anhur Charles — 

224 Louise Drive 
Mornsvitle. Pa 
Business Ed 

Riner, Terry Richard — 
508 Sevenih Avenue 

Wilhamspon. Pa 

Riuo. Maryanne — 

24 Hotly Lane 
Cresskill, NJ 

Bobbins. Karen Mae — 

Bo. 5 

Pocono Summit. Pa 

Biology 

Robblns, Teresa Bell — 

13lh and Catherine Si Apt 4 

Bloomsburg, Pa 

Roe, Kelly Ann — 

88 Willcresl Drive 
Moscow. Pa 

Rogosky. Karen Marlse — 

R D « t 
Potlslown Pa 
Psychology 

Rohrbough, Norma Ann — 
106 Raypaula Dnve 
Shrewsbury. Pa 

Rohm. Susan K. — 
9 Princeton Avenue 
Lebanon. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Roman, Karen Ruth — 
86' •■ Lambert Street 
Piiislon, Pa 
Early Childhood Ed 

Romano. Salvatore J — 

1603ArchStreet 
Norristown, Pa 
Accounting 

Romano, Vincent J, — 

350 Brighton Terrace 
Holmes. Pa 
Business 

Romig, Susan K. — 

507 East Snyder Avenue 
Eluabeihtown. Pa 
Sociology 

Romlnger, Stephen — 

300 Highland Avenue 

Devon Pa 

Ronco. Edmund Joseph — 

141 North Ninth Street 
Bangor Pa 

Accounting 

Roof, Gregory Charles — 
R D «1. B0.6OA 
Lewisberry, Pa 

Accounting 

Rowe. Jennifer Rebecca — 
2857 North Fifth Street 

Philadelphia. Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Rudelitsch, ColiMn Evelyn — 

R D B 1 
Lehighton. Pa 
Business Ed 

Rudelitsch. Louisa Fhu — 

Bcii 210, Route 1 
Lehighlon, Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Ruggeri, Lucille Susan — 
735 River Road 
Binghamlon, NY 
Early Childhood Ed 

Ruhl, Thomas Le« — 

80 Wair>ui Street 

Mitfl.nburg. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Rupen. Terry K. — 
851 North Evans Street 

Potlstown Pa 
Eiemeniar* Ed 

Rush. Deborah Leigh — 

6 Maple Avenue 
Long Valley. NJ 
Sociology 

Rushton. Mary Theresa — 
1 32 Kidder Street 
Wilkes Barre. Pa 
Sociology 

Russell, Brijce Roben — 

235 Swamp Pihe R D =1 
Giibertsville, Pa 
Information Processing 

Rutch. John P, — 
415 West White Street 
Summit Hill, Pa 
Accounting 

Rutkoski. Deborah A — 

80 North Goodwin Aveiue 

Kingston. Pa 

Business 

Ruuo, Roben Paul — 
213 Cedar Road 
Waiiingtord. Pa 
Accounting 



198 



Ryalh, Sharon Ann — 

1 1 1 6 Hjll Avenue 
fltrtlyn P* 
Elementaf> fd 

RvM, £ryn Jtan — 

828 WoodHwt Avenut 
Mooj'C. Pa 
Soc'Olog> 

Sakowaki. Joannt Mary — 

Mounlaintop. Pa 
Soc'otogv 

SalMba. MkhMl Ac« — 

Boi 200. Star Route 
White Haven. Pa 
Seconda'v Ed 

Sakmo, Oregory T. — 

923Fiiimofe Street 
Philadelphia Pa 
BuS'neis 

Salmon. Richard Wayn* — 

Valley Stream Apt* V 303 

Lansdaie Pn 
Business 

Salmon, Wtlllam Albon — 

221 Wate'ioti Avenue 
Beridfvn Pa 
Business 

SannuTli. Leuli Anthony — 

690S No'th Broad Street 
Philadeiph-a Pa 
Accooniing 

Saylor, Wayno Alan — 
468 Weil Ser'wich Street 
Easton. P» 

Accounting 

Scancalla. Gtna Madoltn* — 

3121 FjiriieldStreei 

Phiiadephia Pa 

Special Ed 

Scaarca. Alka Ltlgh — 

Windy Bush Road 

New Hope. Pa 

Specal Ed 

Schaofor, Karon Ann — 

218 Mallard Road 
Holland, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Schafof, Jack Andraw — 

?76 Butternut Lane 

Easton Pa 

Bus Manaoe'T>eni 

Schallot. Suaan Maria — 

'51 Poplar Street 
Sprir^gCity Pa 
Etementarv Ed 

Schaotz, Carol Ann — 

S20 Oorchesief Avenue 

Reading. Pa 

Sociologv 

Schonk, VlrQlnla Loo — 

1434 Walnut Street 

Aihland Pa 

Bus Adr"in Economics 

Schilling. Jacquolino K — 

Boi 401 R si 

FuflQog, Pa 

Schloctar. Robari Scon — 

34 Red Rowan Lane 
Plymouth Meelmg Pa 
Marketing 

Schmlck, Carol Lynn — 
3119 West £ maus Avenue 
Aiieniown Pa 
Malh 

SchmWt. Bath Ann — 

55 Spruce Street 

Mountamtop, Pa 

History 

Schmidt. Noll Roban — 

770 Woodberry Road 

Yorh, Pa 
Secor*dafy Ed 

Schmtti. Judith Anno — 
l650Cavan[>i.e 
Dresner Pa 

Schmukor, Jamot Franklin — 

1044 Marietta Avenue 

Lancaster Pa 

Bus Managemeni 

Schnoldor, Suun Maria — 

29 2 Woodstream Drive 
NorriSIOwn. Pa 

Early Childhood Ed 

Schoch, Kathy LeulM — 

100 Outlet Avenue 

ShafT>oi«in. Pa 

Business 

Schoch Jr . AHrod Monu — 

1 105 Hiilcrest Drive 

Sifoudsburg. f*a 

Speech 

Schutl. Tarou Jtan — 
RD b5 
Bloomsburg Pa 

Elementary Ed 

Schulu, David Ralph — 

30l6SheM.e Id Drive 
Norristown Pa 

Schwarti, Elatna Marta — 
Delaware A^pnu** 
Selt/er Pa 

Accounting 

Schwindi. Cathormo Marie — 

31 Roberta lane 
Rwe'stord. Pa 
Business 

ScopolNti. Jotoph Anthony — 

1445 WesiNeisor, Slnrt 
Shamohin Pa 
Psycho I og» 

Scott. Ann Patrteia — 
201 Larve Street 
Jessup Pa 
Sociology 

Scott Ronald Thomas — 

709 SurTwnii Avenue 
Prospect Park, Pa 
Speech 

Sochlor Jr . Oala Honry — 
Bo« 340. Route 2 
Ore»te*d, Pa 
AccountifiQ 

SoigonfuM. Dtborah Anna — 

127', spruce Street 
Tarriaqua Pa 

Sail. D»nni% Lao — 
940 Fourth Street 
Beaver Pt 



Sonnott. Thorota Anna — 

137 Stucher Avenue 
Wtihes Barre Pa 

SanrMttl, JoAnn Francos — 

730 Berw.cii Streel 
Easton, Pa 
Accounting 

Sonaonlg. Randolph Scolt — 
557 W Mam Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 
Accouni-ng 

Soiton. Timothy Patlcfc — 

12 Sabme Avenue 
Nar berth Pa 
Busmeis 

Shaffor. Bronda Ann — 
R s 1. Saiieriield 
Oushore, Pa 
Si>eciaiCd 

Shaloka. Oaoret Lawroncc — 
823Easl Packer Street 
Sharyxjhm Pa 
Math 

Shamun. Linda Mtrtt — 

88 North Mam Sireet 
Ashley, Pa 
Accounting 

Sharfcay Jr.. John Francli — 

R s4 

Bloomsburg Pj 

Accounting 

Sharkay, Mlchaal Pottr — 

230 W Wayne Avenue 

Wayne. Pa 

Business 

Sharp. Au Robtn — 

VertieLane 
Milton Pj 
Business 

Shay, Nancy LouIm — 
3554 Chesiertield Lane 
Bethlehem, Pa 
Special Ed 

Shaaflor. Torr^ R. — 

46Lions Drive 
Morrisvdle. Pa 
Special Ed 

Shoaror. Nancy Loo — 
510 Center Street 

Ml I ion. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Shaatlar. J Rocholl* — 

RO 2 

B'Oomsburg, Pa 

Business Ed 

Shoolon, Rayn>ond Albert, Jr — 

79 Dumbarton Drive 

Huntington. N Y 

Bus Management 

Shalttky, Karon Ann — 
lOIOCarmalt Street 
OtckionCilv. P» 
Business 

Shomantkl, Cynthia Louise — 
34 Coal Street 
Glen Lyon, Pa 
Biology 

Shorldan, Jamts Charles — 
620 Minooha Avenue 
Mooiic. Pa 

SNotds, Robert F. Jr. — 

104 Hammier Road 
Somerville, N J 
Biology 

Shipa. David K — 
HO 6 
Danville. Pa 
Accounting 

Shtvoly. Unda Ftihor — 

RD 1 

Danville. Pa 

PsycfwIOQy 

Shoomakar, Harland Harold — 

3399 Second Street Aimedia 

Bloomsburg, Pa 

Secondary Ed 

Shoamakar, Maltnda Grace — 

272 Water Street 
Northumberland, Pa 

Shoomakor. Ronald Torrartca. Jr. • 

1200WalnufSireel 
Williamspol. Pa 
Accounting 

Shorkoy, Kim Anna — 
135 East High Street 
Nazareth. Pa 

Shovlin, Mary Francos — 
829 Walnut Street 
f reeland. Pa 
Business 

Shrorrior, Sally Wilton — 
259 West Mam Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 

Shrofflor, Thomas L — 
259 Wesi Mam Street 
Bloomsburg Pa 

Shubin. Iron* Borbora — 
7 South State Road 
Springfield, Pa 
Special Ed 

5hustor,ClarkL — 

RD 3 

WmdOwer Lane 
Ooyiestown, Pa 

Stomosko, Ginnv Loo — 

126 Holly Hill Rood 
Richporo Pa 
Eiementa'f Ed 

Simlnltus. BoTty Ann — 

RD I, Bo. 99'; 
Potisville. Pa 
Business Ed 

Slmonenls. Robon Ronald — 

1 1 Butte'nutOr.ve 
Hatboro, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

SInepoll, David Mkhaot ■— 
24 South Oah Street 
Shamohm Pa 
Accounting 

Slalon. Margarot Jula — 

3?0 Peter Street 
Ashlane Pa 

Elem^ntar, t cJ 

Slocwm, Jtffrty Josoph — 

337 Edella Road, Mt Route 
Clarks Summit Pa 
Chemistry 



Smodi. Dolo CugMW -~ 
RD 3 

Bloormburo, Pa 
Bus Manaoemcnt 

Smlt^ Dalban Ellas — 
153 College Avenue 
Facloryville Pa 

Smith. DonaK — 
R D 3, Bo> 240 
Danville, Pa 
Business 

Smith. KImborly Lynn — 

820 West Third Avenue 
Parhesburg Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Smith, Randy Loo — 

1S30Chestnul Street 
Berwick. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Smith. Thomas Robon — 

599 Locust Strrt-t 
CoJIegeviNe, Pa 

Smith, William Charlos — 

R D s t. WiKon Avenue 

Orelield, Pa 

Biology 

Snoddon, D Kolth — 
Appledale Road R » I 
Nornstown Pa 
Speech 

Snydor, Gall SuMn — 
1821 Elmwood Drive 
Whitehall. Pa 
Accounting 

Snydor, Linda L — 

516 Oahlyn Avenue 
Harieysvilie, Pa 
Special Ed 

Srrydor, Staphon Paul — 

I 780 Colonial Manor Drive 
Lancaster Pa 

Sobol, Elian Rulh — 
39 North Mam 
New Hope Pa 
Special Ed 

Soollnor, Linda R, — 

1 22 1 Spring Garden Street 

Pottsville, Pa 

Soto. Colosto Marie — 
508 Third Street 
NewCumberijni] Pa 
Sociology 

Spora. Cothorina Ann — 
1611 Ludweii Drive 
Maple Glen, Pa 
Accounting 

Sporllng, Choria Joan — 

630 Edward* Avenue 
Pottsville, Pj 
Secondary Ed 

Staaf, Susan Joan — 
315 Fry Avenue 
Robesonia Pa 
Communicaiion Disorders 

StaWoy, S. Susan — 

1032 Mulberry 
Monloursville. Pa 

StangI, Chris — 

411 East Eighth Street 

Nonhamplon, Pa 

Stank Jr.. Arthur Anthony — 
415 North Roch Street 
Shamokm, Pa 

Starr, John Sruca — 

Rodney Drive R D » 1 
Hughesville. Pa 

Staslk, Mary Ann — 
4 York Road 
Bloomsburg Pa 
Psychology 

Stauffor, Pamala Ann — 
1230 North Ulster Street 
Allentown, Pa 
Marhetmg 

Stochor, Doris Kathloen — 

Bo' 164 
Newfourxlland. Pa 

Slocuk, Joanna — 

20 Beechwood Drive 
Coatesville, Pa 

Special Ed 

Stalghnar. Kathleen — 
RO "8 
York Pa 
Speech 

Stolnmotz, Janls Ann — 
612 E Broad Street 
E Siroudsburg. Pa 
Psychology 

Sitm, Loa Ann — 

363 1 Country Club Road 
Easton. Pa 
Special Ed 

Stockloy, Donna Maria — 

37B5SydnaSl'»-i-t 
Belhlehpm P.t 
Sociology 

Stolarick, Kannath E — 
12 Laurel Street 
Pine Grove. Pa 
Business Management 

Stoli, Susan Mary — 

1065 Debbie Lane 
Allentown, Pa 

Slonobock, Laura Lynn — 
226 South Eleventh Street 
Ouakeriown. Pa 
Sociology 

Stortor. Susan ElUabolh — 
50 Hilltop Road 
Coatesviiie, Pa 
Communication D'SOrders 

Storaska, Kathryn Myrtle — 

Pine Street 
Rock Glen Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Siradtman Jr , Goorge GasI - 

4 '0 East Eighth Street 
Bloomsburg, Pa 

Stnrwy, Danlol J — 

100 Webster Avenue 
West Ma/ieton Pa 

Eiementar, Ed 

Strout, Ann EluatMth — 

400 East Mountam Avenue 
South Witliamsport, Pa 
Com Disorders 



Styort. Stown Warron — 
RD «2, Bo« 162 
Mitflinburg Pa 
English 

Suchor, Thomas Edward — 

509 Wilder Road 
Wallmglord Pa 

Summors. Patricia Louisa — 
Bo. 36 
Pa.inos Pa 

Suppor, Raymond 0. — 
785 Dunwoodv Drive 
Sprir^glield. Pa 

Swranlan, Sandra Joan — 

25 Calumet Road 
Dover. N J 
Special Ed 

Suitor, John Mlchaal — 
5 Bauer Sueel 
Warren Pa 
Busir>esi 

Swarrhoul, Amy L — 

372 First Avenue 
Vestal. N Y 
Special Ed 
Swan, LorlAnn — 

138 South Pearl Street 
Sharrvjkin. Pa 

Swokol, Chariot Mark — 

11 13 East Pine Street 
Shamokm. Pa 

Stostak, Maryann Thartto — 
83 Kelly Avenue 

Wilkes Barre, Pa 

Siychowskl, Clomont Mlchaal • 
123 West Field Street 
NaniicoWe Pa 

Tagg. Karon Ellubath — 

RD »2. Bo. 193 
New Cumberland. Pa 
Elementary £d 

Tatallas, KayVaslllkl — 
j 1 3 North Fifteenth Street 
Alleniown, Pa 

Taylor. Lawrafwa Charlos — 

926 Bradford Street 
Bethlehem, Pa 
Accounting 
Totor, Lotlla Gall — 
Breisch Street 
Ringiown. Pa 

Thoobald, Jaroma David — 
214 Russell Street 
Monesdale. Pa 

Thomat. Elliabtth Ann — 
240 Briar Lane 
Berwick, Pa 
Biology 

Thompton, Judy Ann — 
24 Taylor Avenue 
Carteret. N J 
Communication Disorders 

Thompton, Marian Loot* — 

RO "2 
Delta. Pa 

Communication Disorders 
Thompson, Suellen — 
1033 High Street 
Pottsiown Pa 
Sociology 

TIarnoy. KanrMlh Thomas — 

20 Franklin Avenue 
Toms River. N J 
SecorvJary Ed 

Tlmmorman. Mellnda K. — 
Star Route, Robmwood 
Killington. Vt 

Tlociyntkl. Mary Thorosa Ann - 
1 50 South Hichofy Street 
Mount Carmel, Pa 
Special Ed 

Tomkiowlci, Carol M . — 

R »1 Bo. 120 
Sugarioat, Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Tomtlshon, Josoph David 

316 East Seventh Street 
Mount Carmel, Pa 

Tomiko, Alyca Josn — 
4260 Katonah Avenue 
New Yorli N V 
Communication Disorders 

Trockl, Thomas G. — 

52 Cooper Street 
Pnngle, Pa 

Troiolt Jr.. William Thomas — 
1222 Lynda Lane 
Warminster. Pa 
Earth Science 

Troy, Jack H — 

554 Shuman Streel 

Catawissa, Pa 

Accounting 

Tuul. Calhorlna Ann — 

81 1 West Front Streel 

Berwick. Pa 

Management 

Twaddoll. Roban Staphon — 

604 Creeks. de Lane 
Wallmglord, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Twardilk. Paul Anthony — 

104 Ochuylkill Avenue 
Shenandoah Pa 
Accounting 

Urttan, Diarta Carola — 

28 Sooth Logan Street 
McAdoo. Pa 

Uhrlch, Jano E. — 

Sleepy Hollow Road 
Bath Pa 
Marheiir>g 

Valomi, Mkhaol C. — 

109 t.eler Avenue 
Wesl Pittston. Pa 
Accounting 

Vandortllc*. Susan Mario — 
1426 Bernard Avenue 
Willow Grove, Pa 
Special Ed 

Vanwyk. Dantol Clorrvont — 
933 Seventh Avenue 
Prospect Pa'^, Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Vast. Larry Kollh — 
Bo. 62 

Vienna, NJ 
Accounting 



VoccM, Kothloon Mary — 

Bo. 237 RD ol 
Tobyhanna Pa 
Bus Management 

Via. Kathloon Clalno — 

R D ■ 2 Bo. 290 
MechanicstHjrg Pa 
Business 

Vltcuto. Thomas Joioph — 

6 Marian Road 
f>hoeni.ville. Pa 
Bus Management 

Vonore, OlarKla Loulso — 

122 Shamokm Street 
Trevorion, Pa 

Wadt, Jamts Arthur — 

49 Center Drive 
Camp Hill. Pa 

Wagnor, Dalo — 
RD «1 
Muncv. P» 
FtiysiCS 

Wognor, Vkkl Dawn — 
RO »I 
Tamagua, Pa 
Elementary £d 
Walmor. PauloHo P. — 
RD o 2. Bo. 422 
Jonestown, Pa 
Special Ed 

Walton, Choryl Lynn — 
13l8Ea*i Centre Street 

Mahanoy City, Pa 
Business Ed 

Waltors.GonoW. — 
910McGuire Road 
Bloomsburg, Pa 

Warnor Jr., Elwood Franklin - 
86 Sycamore Streel 
No/areth. Pa 
Inlormation Processing 

Warron III, Harry Marval — 
21 Neeld Lane 
Aston, Pa 
Business Ed 

Wasloy, Scott Alan — 

1054 West Union Street 
Whitehall, Pa 
Accounting 

Watton. Marlont Ruth — 
R V 1 
Allenwood, Pa 
Elementary Ed 
Wobor, Kathloon Loulto — 
121 North Manheim Street 
York. Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Wobor, Susan Ann — 
725 North Wales Road 
North Wales, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

Wooks, Kristy Loulso — 

257 Meeting House Lane 
Mountainside. NJ 
Special Ed 

Wagtor. Jtrilyn S — 

233 W Third Street 
Bloomsburg. Pa 
EariyChildhood Ed 

Wohr. Robin E — 

235 White Streel 
Weisspon. Pa 
Elementary Ed 
Walltr, Dona Loulto — 
207 Charles Road 
Muncy, Pa 

Wollor. Marcia Ann — 
R D "3, Bo. 85 

Boyeriown, Pa 
Bus Management 

Workholtor. Stanloy Thomas - 

425 East Kelmhans Street 

Easton. Pa 

Bus Managerr%eni 

Wort, Joaniw Margarat — 

Route 1 

New Tripoli. Pa 

English 

Wotiol. Ann — 

545 Lincoln Street 
Ha/leion, Pa 

Communication Disorders 
WoUol, Staphon Alien — 
R D s 1 
York, Pa 
Special Ed 

Whoolor, Carolyn Joan — 

R D » 1, Bo- 15 
Landenberg, Pa 
Communication Disorders 

Whttttont, Oonlto S — 

Bo. 125 
New burg. Pa 
Elementary Ed 
Whila. David Farrlt — 
220 Sycamore Mills Road 
Upper Providence, Pa 
Business 

Whito, Mary Margarot — 

1 109 South Market Street 

Bloomstxjrg, Pa 

Psychology 

Whita, Richard C — 

61 Roundhill Road 

Williamspon Pa 

Earth Science 

WMtobroad. Morgan Loo — 

RO s4, Bo' I81A 
Mountamiop, Pa 
Accounting 

Wlott.RliaM — 
Bo. 226. R D « I 
Lykens. Pa 
Sociology 

Witd, Raglna Marta — 
246 Hampshire Rood 
Chatlont. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Williams. Atatandro — 
371 3 Lancaster Avenue 
Philadelphia. Pa 

Wllllomt, Gary — 
287 North Park Orrve 
lev.nown. Pa 

Wllllamt, Joan Atfala — 

1265 Lavender Road 
Cornwei's Heights Pa 

Williams, Kannoih Stophon — 
Bo- 326 



Wyaiusing, Pa 

Elementary Ed 

Wllllamt, Marta L — 

1 10 Sherwood Drrve 
BtoomstHjrg. Pa 
Bus Managemoni 

Witllami, Molkta — 

RD «5 

Bloomsburg, P« 

Business 

Wlltlamaen, Glonn OavM — 

2941 Washington Street 

Easton, Pa 

tntormation Processmg 

Wllllard, Patti J. — 
45 South Hand Street 
Tower City. Pa 
Medical Tech 

Wilton, Bruco Danlol — 

1 14 Taylor Avenue 
Wyalusing. Pa 
Secorvjary Ed 
Wilton, Unda Loa — 
703 Spruce Street 
Emmaus, Pa 
Bus Management 

WIntarstoon, Robin Ira — 
81 1 North Tenth Street 
Sclinsgrove Pa 
Secor>dary Ed 
WIsdo. Raymond Oarard — 
12 Nvth Orange Street 
Mounl Carmel. Pa 

WItnor, Robon Crolg — 
2322 Coles Boulevard 
Norristown, Pa 
Busir»ess 

Witnlawtkl. Mary Ann — 
600 Cherry Street 
Lansdaie. Pa 
Business 

WItmof , Marlorlo Ann — 

21 7 Euclid Avenue 
Lancaster. Pa 
Wlttt, Koron Hopa — 
934 Mam Street 
Simpson, Pa 
Biology 

Wood, Usa Morlo — 

1 I 7 Hillcresi Drive 
Sayre. Pa 
Elementary Ed 
Wood. Stovon Albon — 
31 East Reliance Road 
Telford. Pa 
Secondary Ed 

Wool. Kimboriy Ann — 

RD Hb 

Sinking Spring. Pa 

Wychock, Carl M. — 

lOGrcwe Streoi 
Mouniamtop. Pa 
Bus Managemenl 

Wychock. Carl M. — 
1 Grove Street 
Mouniamtop. Pa 
Bus Management 

Wychock. Susan INarta — 

19 Calvin Street 

Wilkes Barre, Pa 

Early Childhood Ed 
Wythlnskl. Nancy J«4n — 
Bo. 87 
Laporte, Pa 

Yoagor, Martha D — 

Route 3. Bo. 115 
Caiawissa, Pa 

Yolo, Kathlaon Ann — 
124 East Broad Street 

Ha;leton, Pa 
Elementary Ed 

YIngllng. Mkhool — 

201 Bigler Road 

Ciearlieid Pa 

Yorl Jr., Paul Josoph — 

100 Maple Street 

Freeiand, Pa 

Accounting 

Yourtg. Thomat Earl — 
305 Center Street 
Slatington, Pa 
Accounting 

Zochary, Scott Thompton — 

1 30 ftorth Scotl Avenue 

Glenolden. Pa 

Accounting 

Zohoy, Christopher J — 

88 Harding Street 

Ha/'eton, Pa 

SecorxJar^ Ed 

Zorr. Data FrarKOt — 

1 10 fVnnsytvama Avenue 
Hu'rneville. Pa 
Communication Disorders 
Zawlslak. DIant Mario — 
123 Morse Avenue 
Smpson. Pa 
Busirtess 

Zollntki, Barbara Ann — 

1 71 5 Sand Hill Road. R «3 
Morioursvilte, Pa 
Etementary Ed 
ZIgmant, Robon Allon — 
246'^ Mam Streel 
Londisvitle. Pa 
Accounting 

ZImmorman, Don Francis — 

Bo. 137. RD «l 

Ringtown, Pa 

Psychology 

ZIpho. Konnoth Roborl — 

23 Reed Street 

Dover, NJ 

Information Processing 

Zottar, Gaylo — 

RO «1 

Center Valley, Pa 

ZoppottI, Ragina — 

RO •2 
Orangeviiie, Pa 
Secortdary Ed 
Ztovc, CUwdia Artn — 
105 Sr.th Street 
New Hyde Park, NY 

Zubov, Uta- 
UWestfluddleStreet 
Coaldate, Pa 
Medical Tech 



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Scrantoo Pa 



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Joe Santanasta 

News Editors Deb Ross 

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Photographer Editors Tim Hough 

Al Paglialunga 

Copy Editors Terry Sweeney 

Sue Wright 

Ad Manager Rick Sitler 

Advisor Mr. Richard Savage 



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Sharon Greiss, Carolyn Ashbough, Dawn James, Michele Robinson, Karen Reinart, Patti 
Veneski, Sharon Nichols, Lynda Wiest, Brenda Myers, Becky Koppenhaver, Patti Ann Stouten- 
burgh, Ann Kapuschinsky, Doreen Morgan, Linda Pinchot, Susan Readdy, Jane Mazzitelli, 
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DeCarlo, Kelly Roe, Joan Dart, Nancy Carothers, Sue Vanderslice, Marlene Watson, Peggy Kemp, Diann Callahan, Bev Harris, 
Carol Swartz, Cathy Delia Croche, Karen Schick, Kay Griffith, Laura Marshall, Kathy Roan, Cindy Smith, Nanci Hanzeck, Katie 
Miller, Shawn Fitzgerald, Pam Morgan, Marcia Mesko, Jane Fought, Emilee Plucentik, Andrea Orsak, Barb Paxton, Laure 
Glunz, Deb Cassells, Lucille Scarpino, Barb Gruber, Ann Phillips, Sharyn Satchell, Karen Harris, Chris Clapper, Lorie White- 
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lak, Marcia Freeman, Deb Sabatelli, Karen Arcuri, Julie Gaumer, Pat Lee, Charlene Gerbino, 
Teresa Catanzante, Deb Ferro, Deb Zak, Barb McGettigan, Karen Cavacini, Margy Armstrong, 
Nan Gross, Kathy McGuire, Sue Kirby, Anne Furman, Sue Kingsley, Lynne O'Lear, Vicky Mey- 
ers, Mary Keller, Eileen Glowatski, Gail Manners, Mary Lou Kilkenny, Laurie Vachris, Linda 
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Vickey Churchman, Lee Ann Petrignani, Elisa Mancuso, Sue Kingeter, Sue Turner, Joanne Lohin, Gail Weidman, 
Martha Bryden, Margaret Rapp, Scilla Elliott, Stacie Talbott, Jean Pascale, Beth Kelly, Jill Laylon, Mary Beth 
Kotanchik, Gina Riofski, Joan Davis, Nancy Whitman, Sue Bebenek, Mindy McMaster, Sheree Pegg, Kathy Ryan, 
Patty Orsini, Lori Beck, Betsy Watts, Lori Abrams, Donna Kinder, Stacy Bole, Cindy Shemanski, Jem Snyder, Bev 
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Barto, Diane Lewis, Laurie Hobyak, Carol Domanosky, Crystal Frazier, Betty Bordash, Shene Marauda, Donna 
Materazzi, Sandy Moyer, Lenore Dankulich, Jane Raker, Deb Jemiola, Karen Rogosky, Sue Umani, Jana Veghts, 
Melissa Pealer, Sue Lohr, Bonnie Yuskanlsh, Mary Hassett, Pat Bird, Kim Osborne, Penny Kurisko, Laurie Kem 
merer, Tom Farano, Gloria Nardone, Karen Day, Kim Sandt, Carol Brita, Patty Swanson, Rita Koch, Carol Jo Yus- 
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Nagle, Eileen Chissler, Doris Buro, RaeLynne Dougherty, Mary Rogers, Terry Sweeney, Kim Zucol, Beth Drum- 
heiser, Kathy Devitt, Addie McKeon, Lynne Murray, Lisa Gerhard, Cheryl Hetrick, Maureen Yon, Mrs. Melba 
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Snyder, Vince Romano, Ken Krick, Paul Ingram, Mike Criqui, Bob Johnston, Jim Roth, Jim Moyer, Greg 
Talese, Keith Correll, Bob Miller, Dan Gordon, Tom Goho, Dan Lechner, Tom Pizont, Ed Hess, Bruce 
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Rob Winterstein, Greg Rogers, Bob Kantner, Damian Butz, Joel Terschak, Bob Kroboth, Tim Hall, Lee Lawrence, Chris O'Con- 
nor, Mike Cannon, Tony Valente, Craig Reese, Mark Janda, Nick Ciliberto, Pete Henzy, Chris Betterly, Jeff Carruthers, Joe 
Surdoval, Tim May, Al Oussoren, Bob Zarkoski, Ray Tribendis, Bob Fitzgerald, Jim Borysowki, Steve Englehart, Ed Silva, Joe 
Wenzel, Dan Hardy, Ray Knauber, Dr. Mingrone, Cliff Tillman, Larry Mussoline, Rich Schoch, Steve Ems, Gene Giovannini, 
Richard Snyder, Jim Pino, Brooke Hartman, Dave Pautch, John Stappert, Scott Findlay, Rich Laubach, Dave George, Chuck 
Stathopoulos, Al Lonoconus, Jim Knechtel, Dave Busch, Dom Pino, Brian Wisdo, Dan DiCandilo, Nick Baldo, Greg Onushco, 
Glen Folio, Carl Franklin, Bill Gallen, Bob Pletchen, Bruce Anderson, Joe Brady, Greg Kantner, Jim Popp, Vince June, Walt 
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Bob O'Leary, Dan Danner, Dennis Tobias, Bob Domenick, Rick Morgans, Bill Domenick, Tim 
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She walked through the sometimes intricate 
lack streets of Bloomsburg, searching for a land- 
)rd who might find it in his heart to rent to stu- 
ents. After a frustrating month of searching, she 
nally had a lease in her hands which she agreed 
D sign, despite its violation of her rights and the 
ubstandard housing it represented. What choice 
lid she have on a campus which simply does not 
lave enough on or off-campus housing? 

Months later, she walked down the steps of her 
ipartment, late on a Sunday morning to be 
ireeted by a litter of glasses, ashtrays, paper 
ups, and the aroma of stale beer. She quickly 
lecided to shower first, clean-up later, but the 
ounds from the house's only bathroom told her 



she'd be waiting in line along with her six room- 
mates for her turn. Oh well, she thought, it's just 
one of the prices you have to pay for living off- 
campus. Despite the landlord problems and the 
long walk to campus, she had found certain 
advantages to living here. She enjoyed the free- 
dom and self-responsibility and she was learning 
to get along better with other personalities. 

Once in awhile she had missed the feeling of 
community which exists in dorms and meeting 
new people all the time, but she could not really 
say that either type of living was better than the 
other. Whether on or off, campus living was bound 
to be an experience. 

by Barbara Fahey 



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To Be or Not to Be 
. . . Involved 

Student involvement was an area which invoked 
much criticism and consternation in the BSC college 
community in 1 977-78 as it often has in years past. 
Some said that there is no student involvement, or 
that students who were involved were involved in the 
wrong things. 

The question that such thinking brings to light is: 
Was there a right or wrong way to have been 
involved? 

Many share the opinion that the only wrong stu- 
dent involvement is no student involvement. If stu- 
dents involved themselves in nothing at BSC, they 
robbed themselves of many experiences growing 
and working with people. Economically speaking, 
they also robbed themselves of the sixty dollar Com- 
munity Activities fee which they were required to pay 
whether they joined organizations or not. 

What then was the right way to become involved? 

Rousing yourself out of your dormitory or apart- 
ment, caring enough about something to devote 
some time and effort to it, sharing experiences with 
people, growing as a person through such interac- 
tion, broadening your horizons to other kinds of peo- 
ple and ideas, and feeling responsible when a goal 
has been accomplished through your involvement. 

What were some of the things which student 
involvement accomplished this year? 

Many new sports came to life, TKE held the first 
Intercollegiate Supa-Stars Contest, an independent 
evaluation of faculty was published by CGA, and 
Greeks grew to encompass twenty per cent of the 
campus population. 

These examples are a few among many, and not 
all were condoned by all factions of the campus. Yet 
they were goals achieved, and in a transient life-style 
such as college, where students' needs are intense 
and must be met immediately, where interest flags 
after setbacks, and in an environment lacking in 
much continuity, students can take some pride in 
the fact that they were able to get some things done. 

There were also dreams that went unrealized, pro- 
jects started, issues attacked that were impossible, 
or so it seemed, to see fulfilled. These will not be 
dwelt upon, as it is too late for those to whom this 
book is directed. All that can be hoped for is that 
underclassmen will be able to pull together previous 
efforts and make inroads to the issues where only 
small, close paths had been. 

No matter what students were involved in, at least 
many will leave knowing that they did accomplish 
something which added to the essence of Blooms- 
burg State College. 

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Senior Banquet Ticket 8 

Senior Pictures 50 

Graduation Announcements 6 

Mailing . 3 

Diploma Fee 5 

GREFees 26 



Grad. School Application Fees $ 75 

Resume Printing 30 

Transcripts 5 

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If there is one thing BSC should have 
taught us, it's how to wait in line. We waited 
. . . and waited for meals, for books, for 
advisors, for beer, for apartments, for 
refrigerators, and for schedule changes. 
Amazingly enough, most of us became 
more impatient with lines and crowds as a 
result of these lessons and even more 
impatient with a system that allows such 
overcrowding to occur. 

Overcrowding was one of BSC's gravest 
problems this year because it was the root 
of so many other evils — the off campus 
housing situation, parking, tripling, apathy, 
faculty-student relationships, cheating, 
damage and crime. 



Of course, varied causes, excuses and possible solu 
tions were continually being offered up by the adminis 
tration but were slow in coming and the age-old question 
remained unanswered — had enrollment actually been 
curbed? Meanwhile students had to arrive twenty min- 
utes early to get a seat in class, three students were 
shoved into rooms designed for two, and advisors gra- 
ciously provided students with ten minutes to schedule 
so they could fit everyone in. 

We were denied many of the rights our tuition paid for 
and hopefully something meaningful will be done about 
this situation in the future. Perhaps the students need to 
take some action to bring attention to their plight — like 
requiring the faculty and administration to park at Nel- 
son or tripling the offices in Waller to allow for some 
needed classrooms. I wonder if there are lines in the Fac- 
ulty Dining Room . . . 

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In the past few years at BSC Greeks have experienced a resur- 
gence of interest. This year witnessed some of the largest pledge 
classes ever and, as of 1978, twenty per cent of the student body 
belonged to a social sorority or fraternity. Although you may ques- 
tion the importance of this, I maintain that the "Greekness" of a 
campus does affect its character. Whether those effects are positive 
or negative is a subject of continuing debate. 

Greeks at their best are varied groups of individuals brought 
together through a need to meet others and be of service to the col- 
lege and the community. Because of the sharing of experiences and 
the bonds formed by competition with other groups, Greeks do form 
a type of family and can indeed make college life more secure and 
enjoyable. 






On the other hand, Greeks at their worst can be seen as tight cli- 
ques, excluding those who they feel do not reach their standards; 
disregarding of all criticism; and overly competitive with other 
Greeks. The pledging process can be viewed as the degradation of 
individuals to make them think and act to meet the approval of the 
group and can be damaging to physical and emotional health. 
Belonging to a frat or sorority often limits contacts with people and 
problems outside Greek life. 

Why has there been this sudden interest in Greeks? During the 
late Sixties and early Seventies, Greeks were at their lowest status 
as students directed their energies toward more political activities. 
Today the energies remain but are aimed toward individual well- 
being, job-training and social life. In an effort to improve the latter 
many students turned Greek. 

At BSC this year we have also seen that, as with elections, 
Greeks can exert a great deal of power and, as in the DOC case, 
can initiate a great deal of controversy. Whether we liked it or not, 
Greeks were an element to be recognized in 1 977-78. 

by Cathy Poffenberger 



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As the sun sinks slowly into the west and 
streetlights begin blinking at the moon, the 
seemingly sleepy little town of Bloomsburg 
(the only real town in PA, by the way) 
springs into electrifying life of pulsating 
rhythm of neo-lit music intermingling with 
sparkling laughter of exotic voices . . . 
Couldn't be our Bloomsburg, could it? Bet- 
ter try again. 

As the sun sinks slowly into the west and 
streetlights begin blinking at the moon, the 
seemingly sleepy little town (still the only 
real town in PE) does indeed, go to sleep 

But wait! Thanks to the college students 
(that's us) there are speckled throughout 
the lovely little town, certain areas of refuge 
from sleep, sometimes descriptively refer- 
red to as "Hang-outs." Among the top rank- 
ing hot spots are Hesses, Good Old Days 
(still Rock's to the oldies), Sparr's for the 
cheapest beer in town, the Paddock, Luigi's 
and Berrigan's for the munchies, various 
assorted and sundry private parties, the 
Union if you're broke, the library if you're 
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The 
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in 
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Annie Hall 

Star Wars 

Julia 

The Turning Point 

Close Encounters of the Third 
Kind 

Saturday Night Fever 

The Goodbye Girl 



Penna.'s Fiscal Budget is 
delayed stopping State pay- 
roll and monies to state rela- 
ted colleges. 

State Congressman Cianfrani is 
indicted for mail fraud. 

U.S. Congressman Dan Flood 
under investigation for 
accepting bribes. 

Democrat Flaherty and GOP 
Thornburgh will battle in 
November election for gover- 
nor. 




Dallas Cowboys defeat the Denver "Orange 
Crush" Broncos in Superbowl, 27-10. 

Leon Spinks defeats Muhammad Ali, reigning 
heavyweight champion of the world. 

Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees voted 
■ World Series Man of the Year. 

Pele, world famous soccer great, retires. 

Gary Player wins three consecutive golf tourna- 
ments including the Master's. 

Affirmed, ridden by 18 year old jockey, Steve Cau- 
then, wins the Kentucky Derby. 



NATIONAL 



Bert Lance resigns as Budget Director while under 
investigation for illegal banking practices. 

David Berkowitz is captured as "Son of Sam" 
murderer in New York. 

Protestors are arrested following their march on 
Seabrook Nuclear Plant in Connecticut. 

Record breaking snowfalls paralyze the country. 

U.S. experiences its largest, most crippling strike 
— the coal miners in an 81 -day walkout. 

Fifty-one people are killed in a West Virginia cool- 
ing tower crash, making it the largest industrial 
accident in history. 



Gnomes by Wil Huygen 
TheSllmarillionbyJ. R. R. 

Tolkien 

The Ends of Power by H. R. 

Haldeman 

KalkibyGoreVidal 

The Thorn Birds by Colleen 

McCullough 

The Complete Book of Running 

by James F. Fixx 

How to Save Your Own Life by 

Erica Jong 

The Memoirs of Richard M. 

Nixon 

Holocaust by Gerald Green 

Coma by Robin Cook 




WORLD 



Anwar Sadat makes an histori- 








cal visit to Israel. 








Christian Democrat, Aldo Moro, 








Italy's leading politician, 








abducted and assassinated 








by left wing Red Brigades. 




Elvis Presley 




U.S. and Panama decide on 




Bing Crosby 




Panama Canal Treaty giving 




Groucho Marx 




canal control to Panama by 




Charlie Chaplin 




the year 2000. 




Members of Lynyrd Skynyrd 
Guy Lombardo 




Israel invades Lebanon. 




Betty Grable 

KarlWallenda 

Zero Mostel 





DEATHS 



BSC Headliners 

by Barbara Hagen, 1977-78 Campus Voice Editor 



1977-78 can be remembered as a year of 
action, nationally, state-wide, and even locally at 
BSC. There were good things and bad but all in all 
it was a successful and newsworthy year. 

As in most years, the fall began slowly with little 
real news but suddenly the Bloomsburg Fair was 
upon us and from then on the headlines just didn't 
stop. 

Controversies over tuition increase started early 
in the year with letter campaigns, lobbying and an 
all out effort to fight the expense. Then the cam- 
pus was flooded with anxious high school stu- 
dents for the Journalism Institute which featured 
Vincent Bugliosi, the famous author of the spine- 
tingling book, Helter Skelter. He gave an intri- 
guing speech on the Manson murder trial to a 
packed auditorium. 

However, although these were important begin- 
nings, they are not the year's real headliners. 

"Student on Ballot for Town Council," will 
haunt many of us for years to come. BSC student 
Corey Waters ran for a position on Bloomsburg 
Town Council and, with the support of his fellow 
students, he could have won. Also, only 585 out of 
BSC's 1200 registered voters bothered to vote, 
and Corey came in fourth for three open spots on 
Council. It was not a pleasant outcome and the 
students lost an excellent opportunity to have a 
voice in town affairs. 

After the disappointing election, the next big 
news was the housing realignment with changes 
made in dorm residencies for incoming students 



in the fall. BSC now has one co-ed hall and 
females are being given a taste of Elwell. Males 
have a choice of Mountour, Luzerne, or Northum- 
berland. 

Town-College relations were not helped by the 
famous headline, "Suspended Policeman Under 
Investigation." Town policeman, William Carl, was 
accused of sexually assaulting a BSC coed behind 
Nelson Fieldhouse. The case and investigation lin- 
gered on until the policeman was found guilty and 
is presently serving a 9-23 month sentence. 
Sounds simple enough but the case began in 
October and was not settled until April. Some 
townspeople even held a dinner for Carl because 
they felt him wronged. What about the BSC stu- 
dent? 

If the police investigation wet your whistle for 
news, the Spring semester brought bigger and 
better headlines. Several BSC students filed a 
case against their landlord and sued with the use 
of CGA funding. Their house was condemned and 
they were forced to evacuate the premises. John 
Abell, Housing Director and the CGA student law- 
yer were both kept busy by the controversy. An 
interesting sidelight to the case was that the land- 
lord was none other than a BSC faculty member 
and head of the Math department, Stephen Beck. 
The case is due to come up over the summer and 
will provide more news for next year. 

Unfamiliar to most BSC students was the case 
of Joseph T. Skehan. Skehan was a faculty mem- 
ber at BSC who was dismissed seven years ago 





along with Deake Porter in a college scandal. Ske- 
han had been fighting the case for seven years 
during which he went to the Supreme Court twice. 
Finally, he ended up back at BSC for a committee 
to decide whether or not his academic freedoms 
had been violated and whether his dismissal was 
valid. The committee, composed of BSC faculty 
members and Attorney Generals from Harrisburg, 
had a long, hard battle. The committee finally 
decided that Skehan's freedoms had been violated 
but in another hearing they recommended that his 
dismissal be upheld. The case involved so many 
years of struggle and limited publicity that many 
BSC students had no way of knowing about the 
controversy. It was indeed an important decision 
but a very old case. President McCormick has 
received the recommendation for Skehan's dis- 
missal but to date there has not been a decision. 

Tragedy also hit BSC with, "Student Dies from 
Fall." BSC art student, Chip Callahan, was clim- 
bing out on the roof of Old Science Hall, slipped on 
the icy surface, and fell to his death. Chip was 
attempting to enter an art room through a window 
at the time. The keys were available to the room 
from Security but the window was a common 
means of entry. 

Another death was that of BSC's mascot, the 
Husky dog, owned by the McCormick family. He 
was hit by a car. 

The parking problem flared this year with 
townspeople and the college searching for a viable 
answer. Proposal after proposal was considered 
and still a definite solution seems out of reach. 
However, the restrictions on campus parking for 
students have been lifted and fines increased. 

Housing, another severe BSC problem and 
headline, may be partially alleviated by the con- 
struction of a private dormitory by Zeisloft on Iron 
and Knapp Streets downtown. The Zeisloft Pro- 
posal was greatly opposed by the town but with 



compromises was finally approved. The project 
will be available to students in the fall. 

BSC again had an election, this time for CGA 
officers. In its historic outcome, Joe Surdoval 
defeated Vince LaRuffa in a run for president. Joe 
is the first president to remain in office for a sec- 
ond term. 

Another "first" was accomplished this year in 
CGA, mainly through the efforts of Vice-President 
Barbara Fahey. In April, BSC's first Independent 
Student Evaluation of Faculty was published. 

Finally, one of the year's biggest issues was the 
CAS mandatory fee. Previously a $2 fee voluntar- 
ily paid by students to aid CAS efforts on behalf of 
the state college system, in a spring referendum, 
the campus decided that fee would become a 
mandatory part of the college bill. This issue 
sparked deep emotions and the Campus Voice 
spoke out strongly against passage of the referen- 
dum. But despite the opposition, the fee passed 
two hundred votes. Unfortunately, only 1000 stu- 
dents cared enough about their right to decide 
what organizations their money should go to, to 
vote. Some say CAS would have died without the 
fee but if student interest wasn't there then per- 
haps it should have. 

For a year that people say was boring, more 
than enough happened at BSC 1977-78 to fill 
newspapers every week. Of course, this selective 
list is what I felt was most important from those 
papers — the real headliners. Now that the end is 
here and we can objectively look back on a year of 
action and change both good and bad, we all must 
make our own decisons on what the big headlines 
were — I made mine. 




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Editor's Message 



After reading the Editor's messages in twenty 
past years of Obiters, I concluded that I had better 
not plagiarize. Somebody would be sure to notice 
someday. Besides, three hours after graduation, 
after three years of BSC, I suppose I should have 
something to say. All year I've been telling myself 
that of the entire graduating class of 1978, I 
would have the chance to make the closing 
remarks on the year — not Jim Byrnes at Com- 
mencement, but me, here on these very pages. 
How ironic that faced with this great opportunity 
to say it all, I have very little to say, or very little 
that I can put into words. But I haven't been an 
English major for nothing. 

By the time you're reading this for the first time, 
I will have experienced one year of tortuous sus- 
pense wondering what this yearbook would turn 
out to be. I'm not sure I know exactly what it 
should be. Will these 272 pages be able to bring 
back the cheers for a rare Husky touchdown, the 
taste of donuts and coffee at exam time, the 
sound of friends gathered around the keg at that 
very last party, or the feeling of finally making 
Dean's list after seven semesters of trying? I only 
wish they could. No, the Obiter cannot bring back 
1977-78. It can only reflect it, jolt some memo- 
ries, and maybe cause a little sadness because 
most of us didn't really appreciate BSC while we 
were there. 




When I began this book I naively believed I 
could represent all aspects of BSC. I soon discov- 
ered that to do that would require a minimum of 
5,500 volumes and a staff made up of every stu- 
dent on campus because that's how many view- 
points there are. What you see here on these 
pages is my viewpoint — not even that of my edi- 
tors because even though they helped me a great 
deal, the final responsibility was mine. I sincerely 
hope my perspective was at least close to yours, 
and that you do enjoy the book. But if you don't 
there isn't much you can do except maybe trade it 
in on next year's model. 

Because the Obiter is only a visual reflection, it 
will mean more to those who were the most 
involved with the events and people represented 
here. For those of you who chose to live your lives 
inside little bubbles, you need more than a year- 
book to give value to your college lives. 

Although I can claim credit for the editorial 
direction of this year's book, I cannot say that I 
produced the Obiter without help. In fact, without 
these people, my efforts would have been worth- 
less. My deepest thanks go to Barbara Borski, my 
trusty assistant, who if upset by my constant dis- 
organization, kept it discreetly to herself. To Carol, 
Joannie, Jane and Joanne, thank you for sticking 
it out when the rest of the staff dwindled away. 
Rich, you were great with the dollars and it's too 
bad we never figured out how to extort some. And 
Albert, I can't apologize for bitching at you so 
much because you deserved it all but I'll always 
believe you're one of the most talented people I've 
ever known (part of the reason for my bitching) 
and through it all you made me smile. A special 
thanks to ex-editor Barb Fahey who taught me 
everything (almost) I know about yearbooking; to 
Mr. Hoffman, my ever-faithful, always encourag- 
ing advisor; to Vince Lynot of Taylor Publishing for 
putting up with my bad memory; to the crew at 
Varden Studios for their fine photographic efforts 
in trying to make us all beautiful; and to all the 
wonderful Kehr Union people who genuinely enjoy 
working with students. 




And finally, as the most distinctive thank you of 
all, I am dedicating this 1978 Obiter to a small 
group of students who are basically responsible 
for there being a yearbook at all — those among 
us who did more than attend classes, and parties 
and complain; those who worked to make 
changes, to improve; those who rose to accept the 
responsibilities of leadership, who made some 
sacrifices, who attempted to reach some goals 
that most of the campus never bothered to think 
about. No, campuses are not the centers of activ- 
ism they were in the Sixties, but even today there 
are those students who have proven for their four 



years of college life, that activism is alive and liv- 
ing. Because of the efforts of these people, events 
occurred, organizations were active, and some- 
thing happened at BSC in 1 977-78. 

To all those that played a part in all that was this 
year, to all who did indeed grow in mind, body, 
spirit, self, others and life . . . thank you for mak- 
ing the memories that make a yearbook. 

Cathy E. Poffenberger 
Editor-in-Chief 
1978 Obiter 



271 



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It's been four years, 

One hundred and twenty-eight credits. 

Twelve thousand dollars. 

Four roommates. 

Seven organizations. 

And four pairs of jeans 

Since I first penned-in my signature 

In the registration line. 

How many cups of coffee did I drink? 
How often did I sigh, gasp, cough? 
How many poems did I write? 
Add it up. 

Attempt to put the last four years 
Into an objective, cut and dry 

Perspective. 

Attempt to write a twenty-five word 

Description of these years. 

It's been eight semesters. 

Nine banquets. 

Two dormitories. 

Eleven overdue library books. 

Four pass-fails. 

And five hi-liters 

Since I carried my trunk 

Through the lobby of North. 

How many kegs did I see kick? 

How often did I procrastinate? 

How often did I visit the TV lounge? 

How many notes did I take? 

There's no way 

I can form the columns , 

To calculate the numbers 

There's no way 

I can wrap up these years -^^ 

To make a nice package. 



It's been a long time. 

It's been a short time. 

Since I first unlocked the door of .<59. 

How many threads in this tassel? 

by Cathy L. Lucrezi