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THE EPITOME
1980
Volume 104

Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

In

Memorium

by Karen Berry When John Steckbeck died last October, Lehigh lost a man of enormous spirit and enthusiasm who cared tremendously for the people of the University. Affectionately known as "Steck", his love and concern for each member of every class was apparent from a student's first days on campus. Steck took pride in being one of the first faculty members or administrators to meet incoming freshmen as a body. At the Freshmen Rally he tried to make these anxious and homesick students "feel as if they had been at Lehigh in making and usually succeeded for 100 years." He tried one of a student's first experiences on campus a memorable

one.

This concern continued throughout a student's four years at Lehigh. Steck not only provided athletic programs and services for the student body, but was available to every student on a personal basis. "The students are my main concern and interest. I give them every bit of service I can muster, but I only pray I have enough to offer." Steck tried to instill a sense of pride and spirit in the students and the people he worked with. "I try to teach them there is comfort in knowing the courage and spirit to stay with something until it is done." He added, "What you do, do
well."

He was a person who epitomized the spirit of Lehigh. He once called himself "A Lehigh University man." As President Deming Lewis said, "John Steckbeck was a rare and marvel-

own job very well, but added and enthusiasm to everything he did. Generations of students have been motivated by Steck in ways that went far beyond the conventional classroom. He cared that people learned on the playing field as well as in the classroom. He wanted them to get the wisdom to live on." He once said, "I only wish I could give the students a slice of the experiences I have had." And if John Steckbeck was a part of Lehigh, it was also a part of him. He once said, "I will never get Lehigh out of my blood. It is the one place I found where I can express myself honesdy and work with young people." He said he was fully convinced that Lehigh had been his life and the feeling he felt here could not be found anywhere else. The Freshmen Rally. The intramural track meet. The Turkey Trot. The bonfire. And finally, at graduation, singing the alma mater. Steck was always there. Upon retiring last year Steck devoted his numerous energies to many other activities but said, "To say I don't miss Lehigh would not be the truth. I miss the energy of the camits students, administrators and facpus." And the campus
ous person
not only did his
also a contagious energy

who

ulty

— — will surely miss

his.

John Stohler Steckbeck

•CONTENTS

Opening

*^

1

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

At the
Lehigh's tenth chief executive officer holds 33 U.S. patents and has worked on technological projects ranging from the

TOP
W. Dewing Lewis

President & Vice Presidents

DR. W.

DEMING LEWIS.

cause of the daily challenges of trying to solve the problems of operations. Commenting on the value of a

development of radar
to the

in

World War

II

Apollo project. Before coming

to

Lehigh education, Dr. Lewis quoted Alfred North Whitehead: "In the conditions of modern life, the rule is absolute: the race

trained intelligence

which does not value is doomed."
Provost

ALBERT ZETTLEMOYER.

Austin Gavin

and vice-president Zettlemoyer holds the second highest post in the University. He lists Freshman Seminars and the Teaching TA's to Teach program as notable developments during his tenyear reign. Zettlemoyer views Lehigh as "an institution which is going to meet the problems of the 80's head on and solve them."

the University in 1964, Dr. Lewis was Managing Director of Bellcom, Inc. in

AUSTIN GAVIN. The

executive

Washington D.C.
President Lewis,
to the

who

is

responsible

Lehigh Board of Trustees, meets and discusses Lehigh matters with all members of the University campus and with many people from off campus. He enjoys his job "because of the great values which a fine University can give to people and to society and beAlbert C. Zettlemoyer
18

consultant "consults on anything anyone thinks might be helpful." The former executive vice-president of P.P. & L. has held his current position for
six years.

Of

his job,

Gavin

said, "It's

fun."

plans. In addition to the introduction
of a

computer-based planning model,

Paul

J.

Franz,

Jr.

there have been significant improvements to buildings and grounds during

PAUL FRANZ. The

vice-president

the six-year period that Ottervik has held his present position.

of development raises money by working with alumni, corporations and foundations. During the 36 years that he has held his position, Franz raised for Lehigh almost $100 million in gifts. "Great product" is the reason Paul Franz likes his job.

JOSEPH LIRSCH.
president for research.
Joseph
F.

Libsch

is

vice-

Libsch

Through cooperative
tial to

efforts

and

re-

PRESTON PARR. Parr is vicepresident and dean of student affairs.

sourcefulness, Lehigh has the potenjoin the top group of universities
in

JOHN WOLTJEN.

Treasurer John

America."

Woltjen is responsible for all areas of the University's financial structure with the exception of the endowment fund. During his two-year stay at the University, the former treasurer of Dickinson College has developed new budget techniques and procedures.

ERIC

OTTERVIK. The

vice-

president for administration and planning is responsible for the promotion, coordination and synthesis of the University's

academic, physical and

fiscal

Concerning the University's

future,

Woltjen said, "Lehigh will be facing a difficult era during the eighties, however, this period may also be Lehigh's opportunity for further greatness.

Preston Pan-

JoKn W. Woltjen

Erie V. Ottervik

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on academic matters and serves as case officer of the University Committee on
Discipline. Since his arrival in 1979,

he has revived the College Bowl Competition and established an Honors
Convocation.

"Lehigh seems
the

to

me

a place

where

of the past, energized by the searching quests of the present,

wisdom

can have an impact on our personal

Deans

&
William
L.

and
Quay

collective future."

Administration

NATHAN

HARRIS.

Assistant dean

dean of students deals with students' problems and needs outside the classroom. In
the ten years

WILLIAM QUAY. The

"It's

Quay has held his current position, Lehigh has become a more comprehensive institution through
minority recruiting, coeducation and new student housing.

not routine. There's variety. It's not a typical desk bound job with a lot of paper work." As for the University "Lehigh is an extremely vigorous

of students Harris coordinates and provides leadership in the area of student activities such as the Student Activities

place where students work hard, study hard, party hard and compete hard.

ROBERT COHEN.
of students

Concerning his job, the dean

said.

Cohen works with

Associate dean students

Council and the Black Students Union. Harris has enjoyed his job of ten years because of the tremendous diversity of duties and the dealings with students. He hopes he has

"bridged some gaps and made
little

life

a

easier for the students."

Robert D. Cohen

Nathan W. Harris

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residence

responsible for all fraternities and sororities. He works with residence halls staff and officers of the Interfraternity Council. Before coming to the
of students Soare
is

halls,

University in January 1980, he was director of housing at Rider College.

JOSEPH PETRONIO. The

busar

is

responsible for the billing and collection of student accounts and the processing of all payments to the Univer-

Before coming to Lehigh in 1968, Petronio was an accountant with Western Electric.
sity.

WILLIAM STANFORD.
Warren Soare

Stanford,

director of financial aid, attempts to

draw
Assistant
is

into the University as

much
as

MURIEL WHITCOMB.

grant, loan

and employment income

dean of students Whitcomb

a re-

possible.

He

enjoys his job of 12 years

source person for women students and women's issues. She advises the

Lehigh University Volunteers and works with the Gryphons. Whitcomb enjoys "the constant stimulation of working with bright young people and never knowing what's going to come through the door." She has held

because he is a masochist who thrives on the challenge of keeping the University from running afoul of the incredible line of administrative programs. "Lehigh is a very sound institution from the standpoint of financial aid and finances. While many other colleges may cease to exist within the next 10 years, Lehigh will continue to provide a quality education."

her current position for four years.

WARREN SOARE.

Associate dean

Administration

&

Academic Deans

SAMUEL MISSIMER.
cruits

Missimer reand selects new students. He
noted
at

cites maintaining sanity as his

accomplishment during 18 years
Lehigh.

"I love the feeling that I'm able to

help some people
in their lives

— when they are

at

an important stage
select-

ing a college and a possible career."

that is crucial to our society both humanistically and technologically."

ROBERT STOUT. The

duties of

dean of the graduate school include
administration of the graduate programs, awarding of scholarships and fellowships and maintenance of standards of admission and degree requirements. Commenting on his 20 years as dean, Stout said, "I have enjoyed my work because it is varied, I have been able
to

my

do research and professional work in special field, metallurgy, and I had
tion;

the opportunity to contribute modestly to the operation of a respectable grad-

and the administration and

fiscal

uate program." "After 41 years at Lehigh,

balance' In his three years as dean,
I

John W. Hunt

"Education at its best is not measured by what we do, but rather by

venture only to make this point: all of us become disgruntled at one time or another with some aspect of the Lehigh enterprise, but if we will conduct ourselves with the realization that

Zirkel has established a greater sense

of unity with alumni through placement services, a newsletter, alumni
day, and an alumni council. Zirkel has mixed feelings about his
job.

He

likes dealing with the different

what happens

to students as a result of

what we do." The dean describes
"teaching students" as "a) helping students develop their capacity to think and to reason; b) encouraging them to search for and develop a set of values by which to live; e) develop their ability to apply knowledge intelligently; and d) help them acquire the
habit of work in converting ideas and

branches of the University, but he feels there has been a decline in the need for a school of education and that
it

is

not always considered a part of

Lehigh.

When

asked his feelings about the
is

University, Zirkel said, "Lehigh

the

kind of place that you either love or hate. Many hate it while they're here but miss it when they're gone."

concepts into consequences." "I cannot think of many stations in life as satisfying as the opportunity to

help young people grow into competent, confident individuals and concerned citizens."

JOHN HUNT. The dean of arts and sciences describes his job as attending to the quality of the college's education program by maintaining the best
possible faculty and executing an effective budget.

Programs introduced

Perry A. Zirkel

since his arrival in 1972 include the Law and Legal Institutions minor and the Mathematics and Geology majors.

Lehigh should and must continue
a great university,
follies in

to

be

we

will avoid

many

In addition, existing departments such
as Art, Religion,

and Speech and

time

we

our own actions are on the staff.'

in the short

Theater were strengthened.

As

to the University's future,

Dean
golden

Hunt

declared, "Lehigh

is

in a

position because of size, history,

and

dean of the provide a seeks "to school of education student and instrucmesh between the
tion; the faculty

PERRY ZIRKEL. The

location to give the kind of education

and effective instruc-

Robert D. Stout

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Accounting and

Law

ROW

1: S.

Webster, R. BainbridgeJ. Tobah, L. S'teedle,

B. Brockwaii, C.

Moore;

ROW 2:

M. GerdesJ. Hull,
Paul, R.

J.

Mill's.

Aerospace

ROW 1: Ccipi. Janorski, Maj. Deatherage, Col. Hasbrouck, Maj. KjbHco, Capt. Sotak; ROW 2: Sgt. Nowak, Mrs. Huseman, Sat. Carvef, Sgt. Bonneu.

24

Army

R.

Romich, R. Basilici,]. Locuscio, A. Phelan, F. Schultz, R. Prevost, C. Meyer, A. Miller.

Art and Architecture

ROW

1:

R. Viera;

ROW 2:

N.

Adams,

P.

Felder, G. Burnley.

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Athletics

ROW

1:/.

Leeman,

B.

Fetterman,

Kline, G. Shultze,

W. Leckonby,

2: J McNaron, B. Gardiner; Covert, B. Lipkin, C. Anderson. S 3: S. Sterret. C. Ice, J Shultz; uckhardt, T. Turner, W. Whitehead,]

ROW

R C

ROW

Whitehead

Biology

Malsberger, S. Barber; B. Hargraves, B. Bean, B Iskonitz, D. Cindall, H. Pritchard.

SEATED: R. STANDING:

26

)

Chemical Engineering

SEATED: W. Schiesser, L. Wenzel, C. Clump; STANDING: H. Coram, L. Sperling, T. Stein, A.
Klein.

Chemistry
•w*

SEATED: S. Schaffer, C. Kraihanzel, F. Foukes, N. HeindelJ. Meckel; STANDING: R. Lovejoy, T. Young, J. Manson, G. Sturm. Barringer,J. Vanderhoff,
'.

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Civil Engineering

J.

I: J. Daniels. T. Huang, Lewulu, D. VanHorn, L. Beedle, Fischer, J. Uebig, G. Driscoll; 2: /.. Martin, K. Wu, V. Chen, R, Gabriel, G. Siefering,J. Tedesco, A. Brune, R.

ROW

ROW

Chaneij, C. Kostem, B. Hoffman, M. S alley, P. Usinowicz, A. Collins. R. Slutter, R. Weisman, D. Mertz, S. Kicinski, H Fanx, A. Ostapenko, O. Yucel, B. Yen, A. Richards, G. Dinsmorc.

Classics

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D. Feaver, C. Phillips, E. DeAngeli.

Computer Science

Dr. Hillmim,

S.

Gulden. A. Kasarda

Economics

SEATED:
Home.

L.

Kantor, E. Schwartz,
P.

Moran, N. Balabkins,

J. Innes; STANDING: W. Pillsbury, R. Lambert, R. Aron$on,J. McNamara, R. Thornton, D.

29

Electrical

Engineering

ROW

I: J.

Heilschen;

Ondria, W. Halter, K. Tzena, 2: D. Talhelm, P. Ota,

F.
J.

ROW

Fret/, B.

Fritchman, N. Eberhardt, A. Susskincl: Not Pictured: A. Larkey, W. Dahlke.

Simmons, D. Leenou,

C. Holzinger, D.

ROW

I:

A. Hartung, F. Hook, E. FiferJ. Fergus,

E. Wolf, B. BuckParks, R. Arbor;

ROW 2: H. Bidler, K Long, T. ROW 3: A. Brass, R. Harson, S.

Szilagyi.

30

Geology

i-

"*»»*+ *»f^

ROW 1: B. Scamman, K. Kodaman, M. Uolpi, S. Fielding; ROW 2: C. Sclarcham, K. Carney. B. Carson, D. Simpson, S. Gawarcck, j. Parks, D. Chapin, E. Evenson.

Government

31

History

M. Buy/or, R. SimonsJ. HaightJ.
Ellis, A.

Spinosa. C. McCoy.

Industrial Engineering

Row

2: l.G. Kane, A. Gould,]. Krobock, W. Richardson; S Monroe, L. Long, E. Eitnmers, M. Groover, L. Plebani.J. Adams, R. PuUing, K. Monroe. B. Weehsler, A. Kreutzer.

ROW

32

International

Relations
R. Wylie, Z. Slouha,

M. Hodges, R.

Oles.

Journalism
-

S.

Friedman, W. Trimble
R. Sullivan.

McFadden,

J

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MECHANCal
Management and Finance


*Y°

1
.

2: H. 1: L. Krouse, D. Falcinelli, S. Buclt. B. SmackeyJ. Hobbs; Duulick, J. Bonge, R. Horton,]. Hansz, I. Tucker, j. Stevens, Kolchin, B. Litt, J. Greenleaf, M. Dollinger.

ROW

M

ROW

Mathematics
C. H siting, A. Papantonopoulou, G. Rayna, B. Eisenberg, (',. McCluskey, S. Gulden, ('.. Stengle, S. Purisch, A.

Wilansky.

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Mechanical Engineering
ROW I: J. Owczarek, R. Benner.J. Nichols, D. Abbot; ROW 2: R. Lucas, A. Schachenmunn, A. McPherson, F. Brown, T. Jackson, F. Beer; ROW 3: T. Delph, XI. Foster, R. Hartraft, R. Sarubbi, D.
Walker.

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Metallurgy
\V. Hahn, G. Conrad. R. Chou, D Smythe, D. Williams. D. Thomas, A

Pense,J. AniUand

Modern
Foreign

Language
J.

VanEerde, D. Lewis. A. Waldenrath, V. Valenzuela, L. Lefkowitz, A. Van der Naald.

Music
;.

Broun,

K. Reichard, R. Cutler,]. Bidlaek

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37

Physics

D. Wheeler. R. Shaffer, Y. Kim, A. Kanofsky, B. Benson,]. McLennan, G. Boise, W. Finder, G. Watkins, S. Ratlin.

38

Psychology

ROW

1:

R.

High, E. Kay, L. StaplinJ. Nyby, A. Brody;

ROW 2: M.

RichterJ.

Clark, L. Fchr, G. Shortens.

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Religion
Chaplain Fletcher, A. Eckardt,
P.

McGinty

Speech and Theater
SEATED: J.
Milet;

STANDING:;. Woods,

T.

Barker, A. Ripa.

40

Social Relations
V

HerrenkohlJ. Mcintosh. J. Gatewood, Rosenwein; MISSING: B. Frankel.
R.

R.

Williamson R

Urban Studies

41

42

43

First
by Varuni Nelson
a place

Impressions

No matter where we came from or why we came here, we all had some
preconceived notions on what college and Lehigh life would be. To many of us the first few weeks at Lehigh were
periods of readjustment. To others college was exactly what was expected

where freshmen rush in when upperclassmen fear to tread. After just a few hours spent waiting in line, they emerge a little older, a litde wiser and
a lot poorer

CLASSES
to go or not to go, that
is

the question

DRIVING
a privilege of the upperclassmen
legal age at

undoubtedly true that we all made some EARLY DISCOVERIES that have remained with us for the entirety of our stay at Lehigh.

and more. But

it is

Lehigh

is

sophomore, not

sixteen

EARLY
fairly respectable

AIRCONDITIONING

excuse for hating

sadly lacking in most dormitories —

alsit-

and/or sleeping through a class

ternatives: fans, showers, iced tea,

FEAR OF LEAVING HOME
quickly replaced by other assorted
phobias:

ting

and sweating, wishing

for

winter

BOOKSTORE

44

— an engineer, business major, premed, idiot — from New York, Philly, New Jersey, nowhere — living in Dravo, Taylor, Palmer,
Mart

I'm

JAPANESE
no major or minor offered

KNOWLEDGE
supposedly upperclassmen (especially gryphons) are full of it

Fear of eating chuckwagon (name of something served in the UC at dinner) Fear of not making it through freshman orientation Fear of getting hopelessly lost on the

LAUNDRY
1.

forget

what your mother

tried to

teach you (save your energy
just

throw

it all

in together

to

fight for a

machine)
don't stare when the guy next to you starts taking lacy black underwear out
2.

way

to class

GRAIN
famous
last

words, "what

is
I

this stuff?

Tastes like fruit juice
real booze."

of his laundry bag
to remove your clothes someone else will dryer, the from however, out them take surely not be lovwill they that are chances
3. if

want some

you forget

HELL
as in

"how

all this

am I supposed to do the work without going crazy."

ingly folded

45

MORALS
you're on your

RABID
own
some
of die

yes, there are classes on Friday, but

people, maybe, but none of

many
night

still

prefer to start

it

on Thursday

NO
usual answer to the following questions

the dogs

SCHEDULE
usually the worst possible arrange-

X
same
sign
as in high school
if

— Want take this test for me? — Organic a gut? — Pick up anyone night?
to
Is

ment

of classes

red, on a test

not a good and made by a

TOILET TISSUE
white and abrasive

professor

last

Y
the beginning of
I

ONESIDED
a fight between any student and the

UNDERLINING
if

you don't understand, underline

Registrar

PASSING
at least until the first

VALENTINE
flunk an hourly or two

— and you'll get

— Why did come here? — Why don't leave? — Why do like this place?
I I

many

questions:

hourly

yours before February 14th

Z
in greek,
it's

QUIET
not to be found at Linderman

zeta

WEEKEND

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WHY DID YOU COME TO
LEHIGH?
by Varuni Nelson

Why did you come to Lehigh? Sure, you have a carefully thought out, well-rehearsed and fairly intelligent (albeit dull and predictable) answer ready for purposes of impressing job interviewers and other Very Important People. But what was your REAL reason? Why did you come to Lehigh? Were you a star wrestier or a calculator freak? Maybe free beer was your idea of Paradise? Was attending Lehigh a family tradition from way back or did someone you hate go to Lafayette? Maybe Bethlehem was just far away enough from home? Was it because you knew about the ratio or because you didn't know about the ratio? Maybe you were a mountain goat in a previous life?
If
'

Ml**!*- ass

v\v

— Leslie Praver — The people were very friendly and my
guidance counselor told
into.

Why

did

YOU

come

to

LEHIGH?
me
to

go

to the best

school

I

got

— Beth Pianucci — There were no essays on the application form. — Jeff Bernstein — wanted to play football and wanted to
I
I

— Nancy Lehrhaupt — liked the name. — Jack Archibald — Because of the low social budget. — — Bebe Herbert — didn't get into the University of Vir— Matt Berg — loved the town. — Lori Cohen — told my guidance counselor liked math
I I

with a good academic reputation. Lehigh offered the best combination for me.

go

to a school

ginia.

I

I

I

and science. He said, "You want to be an engineer, you want to go to Lehigh." (Lori is now a finance major, but

— Chas Wolf — Because of the ivy on the walls. — Barb Stein — was the school got into. — Bob Epstein — Because the world screws you over and
It

don't tell her guidance counselor.)
first

I

Lehigh

really prepares

you

for that!

LECTURES

ERA

Sulu

Amendment were

pros and cons of the Equal Rights hotly debated by Karen DeCrovv and Phyllis Schlafly. DeCrovv, former president of the National Organiza-

The

George Takei, best known as Mr. Sulu, helmsman of the Starship Enterprise on Star
Trek, discussed the impact of the television program. Takei observed that Star Trek, which "tried to give television some meaning", helps "to lessen future shock." He cited the touch-tone phone system as an example of Star Trek inspired technology.

tion for

Women,

said that only a federal

ERA
prostate

could guarantee

women constitutional tection. Schlafly, who favors individual adopted ERA, countered, "Women are

fully

included in the Constitution." The ERA guarantees that "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of
sex."

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John Michael

Novak
John Michael Novak wants to free the science of hypnosis from mysticism and meaningless ritual. However, to the many students who attended his lecture, the feats of the famed hypnotist seemed nothing less than
magical. One of Novak's subjects, believing himself to be a steel rod, did not flinch when the

jumped on him. Another was convinced that Novak was invisible. Novak thinks all people can be hypnotised.
hypnotist

Ed and Lorraine Warren
When unexplainable horrors drove a Long Island family from its Amityville home, the New York news media asked Ed and Lorraine Warren to study the strange situation. To the veteran ghost hunters, Amityville was just another occurrence of the occult. Lorraine, a recognized clairvoyant, and Ed, a prominent demonologist, did not solve the mystery of Amityville. However, the Warren's proof-packed discussion of their experiences with the unknown gave many students cause to wonder.
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1 "•^fc.'^w

Fall

51

Women
by Karen Lelinski A revolution has taken place in women's field hockey at Lehigh. In 1979, the field hockey team finished
fourth in Division II in the national

Advance To Nationals

We
to

were scheduled
Il-

meet Southern

linois (Edwardsville)
in our first

game. Defield con-

spite

muddy

tournament held

November 28
the
first

to

Princeton from December 1. This was
at

ditions

and

strong

winds,

we defeated

women's athletic program that a team competed on
level.

time in the history of the at Lehigh
a national

them, 2-1. Having conquered that initial hurdle,

we were more

re-

As co-captain of the squad, I have seen many changes take place over the past four years. A coaching change in 1977, an upgraded schedule, and increasing student interest have contributed to the team's advancement. In addition, a change in the structure of the national tournament has improved Lehigh's chances for a title. Formerly, all colleges competed in the same national tournament, regardless of size. Now the teams are divided into three divisions based on the number of scholarships awarded. Before the
change, Lehigh qualified for regional play four out of five years but was ousted shortly thereafter. Now that the
regional and national championships are strictly divisional, Lehigh has a much greater chance for success. This year, we captured the Region IB title by defeating LaSalle in the finals, 1-0. As the first place team in the region, automatically we earned a berth in the national tournament. Our seeding was de-

laxed and eager for the next contest to begin. Early the following

afternoon, we were slated to meet Bucknell, the third place finisher from our region. We avenged our regular season loss to the Bisons by shocking them, 3-0. After losing our next game to the eventual

champion, Southwest

we faced Bentley Colof Massachusetts for third place. lege We scored first, but Bentley tied the
Missouri, 4-0,
ing.

score with two seconds of play remainA seven-and-a-half minute over-

time period ensued, during which Bentley scored on a penalty comer. We

turning to Lehigh, a sense of frustration could not help but creep into our hearts. In spite of the fact that we had represented Lehigh in a national tournament, there were no banquets, no crowds to meet us, not even a newspaarticle acknowledging our return. However, we, the athletes, will always cherish the memories surrounding this

per

ended our pursuit of

a national title

with a fourth place finish. Although we were ecstatic upon

re-

historical event.

termined by teams ranking one through
eight in the previous year's competition. Since our region was represented by the national champion last year, the first place team in our region was seeded first in the national

year.

tournament That was us!

this

We

— temporarily!

were

NUMBER ONE

Fifteen anxious players took off for
Princeton, site of the

tournament. There were no well-wishers to send us on our way; however, we had enough enthusiasm

among
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us.

Cost Benefit Analysis of Parent's
PROS

Weekend

— Getting a good meal — Getting your winter clothes — Maybe an extra ten spot — A chance to get behind the wheel again — Watching the football team destroy a hapless opponent — Getting to meet brothers' (or your
sisters

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sisters'

brothers)

CONS

— Having to stay sober Friday night — Having to clean your room — Having to conceal contraband — Worrying about faux pas and other social blunders — Getting end-zone seats again — Hoping that Dad listens to Mom
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Lafayette

Week

Anxiety and anticipation of final exams overwhelm each one of us every November. The pressure surmounts. The work never ceases. But, amidst all of this, the time to enjoy ourselves arrives. Lafayette

the turkey trot
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house decorations 2.9 miles guarding the football field guarding the bonfire excitement building the bonfire the game from the Lafayette Leopards tailgates alumni the last 3 minutes 115th game ... a rivalry beating Lafayette suspense the goal posts falling fraternity going crazy post-game jollies partying
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Campus
Improvements
1979 was designated "the best year we've had yet" for campus improvements by Eric Ottervik, vice president for Administration and Planning. Over $750,000 was spent during the summer on 16 varied projects. The costliest project ($200,000) was inside and outside the two-part renovation of Packer Memorial Church. Half that amount was spent on updating the Taylor Gym wrestling room and converting the fencing room into a wrestling locker room. These improvements were financed by gifts from the Pew Foundation and the Lewis brothers, respectively. Two other major renovations cost

Reeves, Dorney Leave
Two
positions in the

Off-Campus Association Formed
The 660 University students who
live off-campus received representa-

Dean

of Stu-

dents' office

were

left

vacant following

tion as a living

group

in

September

the resignations of Robert Reeves and Hershel Dorney. Reeves left his job as
Assistant

when

the Off-Campus Students As-

Dean

of Students during the

summer break. Dorney, assistant to the Dean of Students, announced he was
leaving in October. Reeves said that deciding to accept a position as vice president for student affairs at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

was not easy. However,

his entire professpending 13 years at Lehigh, he was "not so sional life sure" that remaining at the University was "entirely conducive to being able to grow." Dorney, who did not have a job waiting, declined to elaborate on the "personal and professional reasons" re-

after

$75,000 each. The redesigning of the snack bar included the introduction of self-service and pizza ovens. New to Williams Hall were ten computer terminals and an ecology lab.

became an officially recognized University organization. The organization has the dual goals of informing and unifying off-campus students. Proposals include a bulletin board providing material on community living and coffeehouses where students can get to know one another. In addition, off-campus residents will be able to obtain tickets for events such as Lehigh-Lafayette football games through campus lotteries.
sociation

sponsible for his resignation.
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said
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at

Lehigh

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The Pope Visits America

nuns, and lay Catholics who disagreed with his views protested outside the

White House and
Cathedral.

St.

Matthew's

John Paul II discussed many of the world's most pressing problems. Regarding the Middle East, he said, "Being necessarily based on equitable recognition of the rights of all, (A general, overall
fail to

The
Iran.

Iran Crisis

peace in the area) cannot include a consideration and just

The country faced a crisis in November when militant students took over the U.S. Embassy in Teheran,
As the blindfolded American capwere marched around the embassy compound, the mob outside the gates screamed "Death to Carter." Claiming to act in the name of the Ayatollah Khomeini, the students detives

settlement of the Palestinian question. Speaking on the disparity of nations, he emphasized the need for "a unity inspired by an authentic perspective of peace." The millions of Americans

who fought bad weather and huge crowds to see the pontiff responded to his pronouncements with fervent emotion.

manded
Shah
pital,

that the U.S. return the exiled

Lying in a New York hosthe Shah himself offered to leave,
to Iran.

A

Peek At
Saturn

In September, after a six year, two
billion mile journey, Pioneer II ap-

and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat offered his asylum. However, the Administration said he should not be handed over to the Iranians or hurried to any other country. Secretary of Defense Harold Brown and representatives of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff ruled out the possibility of an attack similiar to the 1976 Israeli raid on Entebbe. Carter made saving the lives of the hostages his first priority

proached Saturn's atmosphere
America the beautiful," said Pope John Paul II to a crowd in Boston. During his seven-day visit to
"I greet you,

man to take the closest look yet at the intriguing planet. The aim of the spacecraft is to obtain
enabling

the U.S., the pontiff praised the values at the base of the Republic and

criticized the materialism
nation.

and

self-

information that telescopes cannot provide. Its mission is one of 39 unmanned space probes that have, since
1961, revolutionized

and cautioned U.S. spokesmen not to do or say anything that might anger the
Iranians.

Americans responded

to the incident

centeredness that are also part of the

human

beings'

The Pope took a strong stand on the divisive issues facing the Catholic Church. He declared that, regarding priestly celibacy, the ordination of women and artificial contraception, there would be no liberalization of church policy. In Washington, priests,

understanding of their solar system. The vast amount of material capable of being gathered by Pioneer's electronic design is expected to keep scientists busy for years.

with tremendous rage. Some burned the Iranian flag. At several ports, Iranian ships were not unloaded. But the Administration was helpless, knowing it could do nothing but watch and wait.

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Stabler Dedicated
Lehigh's

new 6000

seat, $3.7 million Sta-

bler Athletic and Convocation Center was officially dedicated on December 1, 1979. The Lehigh trustees voted to have the facility named in honor of nationally

known

industrialist

Donald
trustee,

B. Stabler, a

who was the Lehigh alumnus and Center. the for major donor of funds The Center was first used for Lehigh's 1979 Commencement in May. In November, the spectacular "Holiday On Ice"
show was staged
in the building. Follow-

ing the dedication, the wrestling and men's and women's basketball teams made their debuts in Stabler.

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Harlem Globetrotters
The
"fun, fantastic and fabulous"
for a

Harlem Globetrotters

Center during their 1980 World Tour. The Globetrotters are now on their second half century as one of the world's most popular sports teams. During the 1980 tour, the team will visit Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and 46 states and six Canadian provinces in North America.
stopped
at Stabler

game

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Lehigh Returns

To

Playoffs
starting seniors, get-

By Larry Reisman
With only seven

was no easy task However, gridders. Engineer for the competipost season involved in once for tion, the job ahead looked simple
ting into the playoffs

a while.

NCAA

In their last playoff game, the 1977 Division II finals, the En-

gineers whitewashed Jacksonville
(Ala.) State, 33-0. In the first

game

of

this year's playoffs, the gridders

looked unstoppable in a 28-9 triumph over

Murray

(Ky.) State University.

The Engineers'

14-0 halftime lead

over Murray was mainly due to the superb work of their offensive line and backs. Running back Joe Rabuck's one-yard plunge and quarterback Rich Andres' six-yard scramble resulted in the Engineers' first two touchdowns. Ted Iobst converted two extra points. The defensive unit was as tough as
usual.

The

Racers'

comeback attempt saw

the Engineer lead diminished to 14-9 by late in the third quarter. However, a

Mark Yeager touchdown reception
from

ABC

Offensive-Player-of-the-

Game Andres built the Lehigh edge up to 21-9. A 37-yard run to paydirtby Bob Romeo then clinched the game. Jeff
Bernstein led all Engineer rushers on the day with 80 yards on just 1 1 carries. The Engineers prepared to face Eastern Kentucky University the follow-

lucky in the Orlando fog, bowing to the Colonels, 30-7. Dean of Students William Quay moved all of the afternoon finals to the evening so that students could watch the game. This only increased the number of disappointed spectators when Lehigh, favored to win, lost. Halfback Alvin Miller's romp of the Engineer defense resulted in a 14-0 Colonel lead. Late in the second quarter, the Engineers gained momentum, scoring on a Romeo one-yard jolt. The scoreboard read 14-7 at intermission. After allowing the Colonels to score
at the outset of the third quarter, the

Engineers settled down and held them twice. However, just as Lehigh

seemed

to regain control, a

fumbled

punt resulted

in the

game

getting out

championship. Unfortunately, Lehigh was uning
for the national

week

of hand. 30-7 was the final score on which the Engineers' fine season

ended.

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That Final

Week Of

Hell

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Ready,
by Linda Pickens
Today: One more week until finals begin. Plan I is to coast through the last week of classes and then begin the inevitable studying this weekend. Plan
II is to spend the weekend partying and crack the books on Monday when RCS really begins. (Only hopeless

set,

procrastinate

.

you bash off the alarm and sleep until lunch. So much for the vows. After lunch, you're determined to
breakfast. Instead,

down to the real thing. After packing up the books, sharpening the pencils and grabbing the highlighter, you
get

nerds chose Plan

I.)

head

to

Mart

for the first

Monday: RCS has really begun. However, the first exam isn't until Thursday. No use rushing things. Besides, going to the gym to work off
those beers from the weekend's celebrating is a better idea. There's two whole days left and only five chapters
to

mester. Surprise

— your roommate

time

this sein-

forms you that all the seats were filled by 9 a.m. You trudge back up the hill to

Linderman, the zoo. After fifteen minutes in the torturous zoo chairs, you begin to look around. This proves to be a mistake, as Fred,
the crashing bore, misinterprets this to

read

.

.

.

Tuesday: The alarm rings at 8 a.m. Last night you finally got around to Christmas shopping and didn't leave
the mall until 10 p.m. get

The vow was

to

up

early

and

hit the

books before

mean you want to talk to him. He comes over and in a loud voice begins relating his finals schedule and how it compares to past finals throughout the millenium. You suddenly remember

Bodily
exercise,

when

compulsory does no harm to the body; but knowledge which is acquired under compulsion obtains no hold on the mind.

— Plato

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nighter is a good idea when the test is p.m. Once again, you vow to rise at 8 a.m.
at 2

Thursday: This time, you make it out of bed at 8. As a reward, you take yourself to breakfast for the first time since

midterms. You take your notes with you, but somebody with a 9 a.m. exam decides to release his paranoia on you. By the end of breakfast, you're a ner-

vous wreck too. Five hours to go: You begin to study frantically, but it seems to take forever to get through the notes. Somehow there's a lot more after the second hourly than you remembered. Three hours to go: The phone rings. It's your mom, wishing you luck on your first final. She starts to go on about the relatives coming over for Christmas. You just about hang up on
her.

you have

to get the mail.

You trudge back
a hot and heavy

to the

dorm, where
tourna-

ment
hell

— there's always after dinner. Beyou don't win,
for
is

is

raging

— for money. What the
mom may

backgammon

again at 8 a.m., splitting your skull in half. After staggering from the bed, consuming several aspirin and with-

standing several hours in agony you

sides, if

get

an

Christmas. at the Tally-Ho, they inform you. It seems that the winner is treating somewhat against his will. When you get back, there's no way you can stand up, let alone study. Besides, you've got all day tomorrow

IOU

make it to lunch. The afternoon is spent trying to stay awake by moving the highlighter across the pages. Anxiety begins to rear
its

Dinner

One hour to go: Lunch looks like it's out of the question. Only an hour to go now where is the exam? Fifteen minutes later, you find out that somebody down the hall has confiscated the schedule. You're going to need a miracle to get through this test. What's the use? You water the plants to waste time.
.
.

.

ugly head, and you search for con-

structive diversions.

You

settle for

5:30 p.m.: It's finally over. You did okay, but probably didn't improve the

clipping four fingernails.

.

.

.

Wednesday: The alarm goes

off

which amounts to skimming is finished by midnight. The big question is whether an all-

The reading

grade at all. Maybe slipped a little. You should start studying for the next test on Saturday, but what the hell? You've got all day tomorrow
.
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Although finals and Christmas conflict, students always

manage
spirit.

to find time to get into the holiday

And what could
be better than
Christmas
in

Bethlehem?

It's

the

next best thing to being
there.

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The
Spirit of

Christmas

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and other issues from Winter

$7200
Hikes in tuition and room and board
will bring total charges for the 1980-81

Student Assaulted
Following 90 days of psychiatric
evaluation at Allentown State Hospital, Larry Bradshaw, '82, was declared fit to stand trial on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault, and recklessly endangering another person. The charges stemmed from the

academic year to $7200 for most resident students. Tuition is to rise by $580 to $5130. Dining service charges will increase by $90 and residence hall fees by $80-$ 120, depending on the
individual living unit. John Woltjen, treasurer, said that the increase in tuition was below the average of 16 schools with which the University actively
Inflation

administrative officer of the University's

December 20

attack on Bradshaw's
'82,

roommate, Fred Salloum,

in

McClintic-Marshall House. Salloum was found semi-conscious on the floor of his room, bleeding from
at least

competes for students. and rising energy costs were named the two biggest reasons for the increase in tuition and other fees.

academic programs. In late February, Sawyer resigned because of "continuing and active opposition to my appointment from within the administration." President Deming Lewis explained that there had been "differences of opinion between (Sawyer) and some members of the faculty and when the faculty made these known to me I though it best they be made known to Dr. Sawyer." The areas of disagreement included Sawyer's views on affirmative action

two head wounds. A hammer covered with blood and hair lay on a
bed. Investigator

New

Provosts

and the correlation between the number of professors and the number of
courses in the arts college. Numerous administrators denied
that a power struggle between Sawyer and Joseph Libsch, vice president for research, over control of the dean of

Howard Smith

of the

Bethlehem police

testified that Brad-

shaw, in a statement following his preliminary arraignment, said he assaulted Salloum because the victims's

Alpha brain waves had been entering his brain and controlling him since October. Smith added, "He did say he
ruined him. He didn't seem to understand he had done anything wrong because he was defending himself." Salloum has undergone two operations

At a January meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Donald T. Sawyer, an internationally famous chemist and educator from the University of California, as provostelect. The ten-month search had been

the graduate school led to Sawyer's
resignation.

conducted by a nine-member committee headed by Carey Joynt, professor
of international relations.

Sawyer was to succeed Vice President and Provost Albert Zettlemoyer on July 1, 1980. Zettlemoyer was retiring, at his

In March, Arthur Humphrey, dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania, was appointed provostelect.

Humphrey

will also teach

and

transfer

— one to repair a skull fracture,

the other to mend a broken jaw. He will return to Lehigh in fall, 1980, as a

own request, after 38 years service to the University, including of Provost. He wanted to return to 11 as
research as a University Distinguished
Professor.

all of his research to the University. There will be a few changes in the

gryphon.

duties of the provost. "Coordination and cooperation" will replace the direct reporting by other vice presidents
to the provost.

The

position of Vice President

and

Provost is the second highest in the University. The Provost is the chief

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In a twelve-minute televised address to the nation. Carter said he

Winter Olympics
Some
In

would postpone the opening of

a

new

called

it

the upset ofall times.

Soviet consulate in New York City and a U.S. consulate in Kiev. He barred new sales of high technological items

Lake Placid, New York, the U.S. Olympic ice hockey team heat the Soviets and went on to win the gold.

The emotional impact of the victory was summed up in the phrase
"America beat the Russians." Eric Heiden was another big winner, raking in five gold medals in

and cut back grain sales. He believed support from Congress and U.S. allies would enable the enforcement of these and other sanctions.
to

not promise to go order to counter the Soviet aggression. However, he did

The President did
any lengths
that
in

vow
its

"The United

States will

meet

speed skating.

Ice skater Linda Fratianne delighted the crowd but had
to settle for a silver.

responsibilities."

Disappointment was personified by the figure-skating pair of Randy Gardner and Tai Babilonia. Gardner suffered a pulled groin muscle before the
pair's

20%

performance and was unable

to

skate.

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Soviets Invade

Afghanistan
As Russia went deeper and deeper into Afghanistan, Carter declared, "'This is the most serious threat to

18

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world peace during
tion.''

my

Administra"callous

Calling the invasion a

violation of international law

and the

United Nations Charter," the President asked that strong economic and political action be taken against the Soviet Union.

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EIWA
/>y

lost a
finish

heartbreaker in the finals to second while 142-pounder Dennis Reed placed fourth.
Bastianelli

Larry Reisman
again

The Engineer grapplers once

last

had lost in the finals the two years to former NCAA champ
Mills of Syracuse.

proved they were the best in the East one cold March evening before a loud and partisan crowd. The wrestlers swept the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association tournament held
at

Gene
last

He won

his

by nagging injuries, edged out and Marshall's Craig Franklin Blackmail, 5-4, by virtue of riding time. Fourth-seeded Keiser surprised some as he won his first championship by defeating second-seeded Bob Matzelle
of Wilkes, 11-3.
In one of the most exciting and disputed matches in recent Engineer history, Syracuse's Dale Mills handed Santoro a 7-7, 3-0 overtime defeat. A standing ovation to Santoro when he was awarded his second place trophy lasted well over two minutes. Senior Reed, who had never before
finished higher than sixth in the Easterns,

tournament by defeating East Stroudsburg freshman Alan Reto,
Burley,

EIWA

8-6.

who won

the

NCAA

cham-

Stabler Arena, taking six individual championships and qualifying eight

tournament. second consecutive time, the Engineers scored 155.75 62.25 points ahead of second points place Navy and 72.25 points ahead of Wilkes. It was the largest margin of victory' ever in the EIWA. 126-pound Steve Bastianelli, 134for the National

pionship as a freshman, won his second EIWA title in impressive fashion as he mauled Wilkes' Brian Billig,
26-7.

Winning

for the

Freshman Reilly, seeded third in the tourney, surprised the crowd as he sent
defending champion Mark Densberger of Wilkes to his back after trailing 5-0. Reilly ended up with a 12-7 win and a trip to Corvallis, Oregon, to wrestle in
the NCAA tourney. After red-shirting a year, Kilrain won his second EIWA title by defeating

was selected by the coaches
wildcard representative
the John Fletcher
for the

as
to

the

EIWA

the Nationals.

Brown won
morial

pound Darn

Burley, 158-pound Jim Reilly, 177-pound Colin Kilrain, 1901

Award

Memost career

points in Eastern tournament action.

pound Mike Brown, and heavyweight

Drew

Keiser

all

won

individual

titles.

Freshman 118-pounder Rich Santoro

Brown, Temple star Ton Mantella, tournament troubled throughout the
9-0.

Temple's 142-pound champion won both the Most Outstanding Wrestler and Quickest Pin awards.

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EVENTS

Ralph

Nader
Consumer advocate Ralph Nadar spoke on "The Use and Abuse of Educational Testing." "The U.S.'s toughest customer" said that
multiple-choice aptitude tests "do not predict significantly the students' first year grades in college, and predict even less significantly
their grades in future years." Inaccuracy was just one of the faults

Nadar

found with multiple-choice aptitude tests. He also charged that they discriminate against
students from lower income families. The secrecy surrounding the testing process was a third objection. Finally, Nadar criticized the
tests' inability to

evaluate qualities like

judgement and

creativity.

"I am not saying that all tests are bad," said Nadar. "I am saying that multiple choice tests are defective and should be replaced."

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Pat

Metheny

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Spring Fling
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The

first

at 10 a.m.

annual Spring Fling began on April 26 with the John

Steckbeck Memorial Run-a-thon. The approximately 600 runners who followed a motocycle escort over the Fahy bridge and through Bethlehem were urged on by members of the

community. Money raised by the run-a-thon was donated to the United

Way.
Afternoon activities included a blue
grass band, a lacrosse

game, and a

baseball game. Despite cool, rainy weather, Joe McCarthy, run-a-thon

chairman, and Brad Horn, Spring Fling chairman, were content with the
events' organization.

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Greek Week

.

Toga Race

Campus Crawl

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Team
Chugging

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Individual Beer Chugging

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Leaving Lehigh
With classes and finals finished and summer approaching, everyone is breathing the same it's over! Only one thing sigh of relief packing the car and done, be remains to

leaving Lehigh.
for one year or extra junk has same, the always four years collected everywhere. Theoretically, (remember Conservation of Matter in Phys. it 11?) if it took one carload to move in then

Whether we've been here
it's

— Wrong!

should take one carload to

move home,

right?

We can sort through our paraphanalia, throw
out non-essentials here and there, and pack the car (so that there is barely room to sit in the all driver's seat) but somehow it still doesn't
fit.

Well, there's only one thing left to do "Hello, Mom. Do you think you could drive
. .

.

down here with

the station

wagon?"

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and other issues from Spring

part-time help for the campus police, additional responsibilities for resi-

dence

halls security teams,

and

in-

creased student awareness.

College Bowl Revived
The 1980 Lehigh University- College Bowl Championships were won by four Pike brothers. The trivia contest,
which returned to the University after a few years absence, was revived by Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman honor society.

The Forum subcommittee on
curity

se-

and lighting is "not doing anytrying to get the lights up except thing around Packard Lab," according to its
chairman, Mark Altaian, '80. He added that "the Forum's at a stage where everyone is wondering if it's going to survive and so not much is going on.

discovered that Dean Quay had given both the IFC and RHC the right to sponsor concerts. She claimed that the SAC was never officially notified of the
action.

Hollen listed contacts, manpower, and a strong communications network as the IFC's reasons for wanting to do
concerts.

tion

Concerts:
Is

He added, "The administrasaw no reason why our plan wouldn't work. In fact, it would have
been hypocritical
for die administra-

Letters were sent out to living groups to form teams for the competition. The questions were provided by

tion to vote against cooperation."

Co-sponsorship
Possible?

The IFC and

RHC

have appointed

the College Bowl Company. Dean Robert Cohen and Professor Jack DeBellis acted as

judge and moderator. 18 enthusiastic teams signed up for

Scott Farrell, '81, as their concert chairman. By the IFC getting involved in co-sponsorship with the SAC, Farrell said, there would be a larger

the competition. Pike's captain, Dave Stafford, '82, made his team's victory

seem simple. "All it took was our trivial minds to answer the trivial questions."

November, 1979, following a dearth of concerts at Lehigh, IFC President Ken Hollen proposed that the IFC and SAC co-sponsor concerts in
In
the future.

money
acts,

pool from which to purchase because there would be a conglomeration of SAC, IFC, and RHC
funds.

SAC

President Laura Schrier

Quay

said he

saw the whole

situa-

Security Problems
The problem of providing adequate campus security was raised following
assaults that included the January 19

agreed to discuss the idea. Dean of Students William Quay suggested that the final decision regarding cosponsorship would be up to the SAC. At a luncheon meeting. Quay sided with the IFC, for co-sponsorship, and assistant dean of students Nathan Harwith the SAC, against coris sponsorship. It was decided that the SAC would vote on the co-sponsorship
proposal.

tion as a "battle over

territorial rights."

booking Richard under should be coordinated Stabler at Fritz, director of events requires concerts ACC, since "booking very special skills which are above and beyond student leadership."

He added

that all concert

attempted rape of a University woman. An escort service and later bus service to SMAGS on weekends were two short-term solutions suggested by Eugene Dax, chief of campus police.

However, Quay emphasized

that

student organizations are as important as ever because they provide "the broadest base of student opinion" to
the mediator bethe concert inand students tween the
Fritz,

The

vote was unanimously against

who could be

However, neither possibility has as yet been discussed by campus governing
bodies.

co-sponsorship. Schrier said Hollen seemed "surprisingly agreeable" to
the decision.

dustry.

student security committee that met widi representatives of the Office of Physical Planning and the Dean of Students' Office voiced four major concerns; lighting, additional

An ad-hoc

However,

in

January, 1980, Schrier

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Cubans Leave Home
May, the number of refBy who had fled from Cuba to ugees Florida already added up to more than
early
30,000. Carter said the United States

Mount

St.

Helens

1980 Presidential

Candidates
Erupts
In March, 1979,

Washington

State's

welcomed them, but harried
cials felt that the

local offi-

Administration was

not backing up

its

generous declara-

tions with the necessary supplies.

Florida residents worried about the on their own welfare. The refugees had increased the
effect of the influx

Mount St. Helens erupted for the first time since 1857. The U.S. Geological Survey warned of possible dangers, including damage to crops from heavy accumulations of ash and floods triggered by the melting of the snow on the mountain. Area geologists were not disturbed
by the event.
"It's a spectacular natural event," said Brian Baker, a geologist at the University of Oregon, "and so far,

As the 1980 conventions approached, the candidates made their presence and platforms known to the
American public.

demand for already scarce jobs and housing. Confusion about the Cubans' status as refugees added further to the problem of settlement.

that's all

it

is."

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To

Playoffs

In 1979, following a fine 9-2 season, the football team made the NCAA division 1AA final. Coach John

Whitehead's brown and white clad marauders earned a playoff bid by narrowly edging out Boston University
(8-1-1).

The

season's

first

off well. At half time, a stubborn

game did not start West
second Rich

Chester squad led
half,

7-6. In the

however, quarterback

Andres connected with tightend Dave Rarig on several key passes. Kicker Ted Iobst's two field goals turned Lehigh into a 12-7 winner. A week later, Slippery Rock was

overwhelmed 44-9 when the gridders
staged a scoring exhibition reminiscent of the National Championship year of 1977. Running backs Mike Ford, Jeff Bernstein, Steve Plucinsky,

Evanko combined
ing as the offense
total yards.

for

258 yards rush-

pounded out 405

gineer defense, recipient of many Taylor Stadium ovations throughout the year, managed to hold back the

Joe Rabuck, Bob Romeo, and Jim

Any premature hopes of an undefeated season were dashed in a 10-3 loss to Division 1A Colgate. The En-

was unable

However, the offense put points on the board despite outgaining Colgate 275-178 in

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total yards.

The
in

gridders piled up 413 total yards

next contest, thrashing Pennsylvania 31-7. Rabuck's 112 yards led the 21-0 second half surge. Lineman Mike Crowe, John Butkus, Rich Titus, Eric Yaszemski, linebackers Jim
their

McCormick, Dave Dorrow, Bruce
Rarig and secondary Keith Conley, Jeff Dunn, Charlie Marck, Lou D'Annibale held Penn to a single digit point total. Delaware triumphed 21-14 the fol-

lowing Saturday. The Engineer defense excelled at limiting the powerful Blue Hen offense to 14 points. The
other touchdown was scored on an Andres' pass interception return.

During

a 10-0 Parents'

Weekend

vic-

tory over Davidson, the gridders inter-

cepted three of Wildcat quarterback's Al Rhyne's passes. The Engineer running game piled up 307 yards but faded inside the Wildcat 20 yard line. The next Saturday, after falling behind New Hampshire 3-0, the Engineers rebounded to win 16-3. Iobst kicked two field goals and "long"

place kicker Roger Penske drilled a 42 yarder through the uprights to account for nine of the Engineer points.

dellah returned a

Dan Ryan punt 83

An unusual and
game ended

exciting Bucknell

in a 14-13

Lehigh

victory.

yards to paydirt for the other Bison score but with 1:08 left the Engineers scored on a fourth down when

by a 24-3 win over Lafayette. Only 94 yards were given up to the Leopards in
the 115th Lehigh-Lafayette meeting. Rabuck gained 113 yards on the day and was named the game's Most Valuable Player.

With the exception of a 91 yard Hassen Abdellah touchdown run, the Engineer defense had held Bucknell to just two first downs and 17 total yards yet the Engineers trailed with less
than two minutes
left in

the game. Ab-

Andres hit Ford on a five-yard pass. With this victory Whitehead's team edged closer to a playoff bid. However, to stay in contention they had to win the remaining two games of the season. A victory over Maine was followed

Two
the

days

later,

the gridders got the
for

good news. They had been selected

NCAA

playoffs.

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full

Hockey
combined
to

of standouts

efforts to bring the field

hockey team

their best season in history. Ending their mediocre 5-4-4 regular season,

Lehigh shutout all competitors in the Regional tournament to win a trip to
Nationals.

team chosen included four Engineers, Co-Captain Karen Lelinski, MVP Cheri Novak, scoring star Joyce Kohlhepp and outstanding Freshmen goalie Brenda Sirois. Sirois was successful in stopping 86% of the goals attempted

The

All-Star Regional

this season.

Coach Judy Turner, a member of the U.S. National Team, used her skill and experience to produce winning results in this successful and greatly talented women's team.

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The event

Championships

of the season for Lehigh Cross-Country followers was the hosting of the NCAA Division One Championships at the Saueon Fields course. On November 19,
to watch 250 in the 41st title the chase schools, 29 runners, representing annual championship. As everybody expected, the race over the rolling 6.2 mile course was a duel between two men; Henry Rono of Washington State University, and Alberto Salazar of the University of Oregon. Rono, holder of four world distance records, pulled away from Salazar in the final mile to win in a time of 28:20. Salazar came in seven seconds behind. Freshman Kipsubi Koskei of the University of New Mexico finished third, Jim Rotitch of Texas El Paso finished fourth, and Thorn Hunt of Arizona rounded out

more than 5000 spectators lined the course

the top five.

The winning time posted by Rono
1:44. It

shattered the course

third NCAA chamrecord by University of Wisthe at Last year, years. pionship in four course. He then the on tum wrong a Rono made consin, way back. The his find to trying while hole in a stepped

was the Kenyan's

was a sprained ankle and a very low finish. The team championship was won by Texas El Paso in a tight battle with Oregon. The final score was 86 to 93. It was the second team championship in a row, and fourth in seven years for UTEP. Finishing third was Penn State, Fourth went to Colorado, and Auburn captured fifth. An outstanding job of organizing the meet was done by
result

Lehigh Cross-Country Coach John Covert and his assisJim Gibbons. Everything ran very smoothly and many of the coaches were very impressed. It won't be long before the NCAA's will make another appearance at the Saueon Valley Complex. by William Harrop
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had

The Engineer Cross Country Team it's ups and downs. On the way to a

were led by co-captains Dave Rohr and Larry
6-7 overall record the harriers
Ullrich.

The team got off to a strong start by upsetting Delaware, leading to a 3-1 record. But key injuries slowed the
team, as they lost to six of their next eight opponents. The harriers closed their season by crushing Lafayette 16-47, sweeping first through fifth
place.

During the championship season the
harriers finished third in the East

Coast Conference and tenth in the

IC4A meet despite runner Dave Rohr.

the loss of top

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Soccer
The soccer team completed a disappointing 5-7-2 season after last year's Mid-Atlantic, 11-2-3, championship season. Ten of eleven starters from the 1978 team returned. Hopes of an

NCAA bid to the National Tournament
were high. The team got off
State
to a fast start,

The Engineers were led by
captains

co-

after

breaking his leg

last

season. After

Mike Robinson, Bob Buckheit

recording shutouts against Cheyney

and Swarthmore. Three loses during the mid-season dashed any hope of making the playoffs.

and Kris Talgo. Robinson finished his four year career with a East Coast Conference record of 41 goals. He led the team this season in scoring with 10 goals and
four assists. He will persue a professional soccer career with the Philadel-

working back into shape over the summer, Talgo regained his starting
position and recorded a shutout in his first game. He notched two more shut-

outs in a season he wasn't sure he would be playing. After this remarkable comeback Kris

The season

highlight

came when

may be joining

his

Engineer Bob Belshaw scored the winning goal in overtime against the 16th ranked Monarchs of Old Dominion. After this

teammate Robinson

in the pro ranks.
little

win the Booters struggled through the second half of the
season.

phia Fury. Bucheit, second in scoring with five goals and eight assists, is only a sophomore and will be back next season. For Talgo it was a comeback season

The

returning players are a
starters

more cautious about next season, but
seven returning
a fine season.

should insure

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Foster, B. Nulty, M. Blackstone,

K Hinker, P. Spratt, P. Rcillii, R. Weidner; Gedney (Asst. Couch), K. lunar. C. Paul, K.

Barbara Lipkin (Head Coach).

Coach Barb Lipkin brought the women's volleyball team to an outstanding 24-9 match record this season. MVP Pat Glavin led the team as she tied Co-Captain Cheryl Paul with 40 a blocks and had a total of 361 spikes

consolation bracket at the Temple Invitational and a third place finish at the

LaSalle Collegiate Invitational marked major successes of the season. With the return of all but two seniors, the Engineers have high hopes for next year.

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Men's Basketball
5-19 basketball season was disappointing for the Engineers. Starting out with a respectable 3-2 record, the

The

bad luck began with the Rutgers game. MVP Jeff Vandemark, who at the time was averaging 18 points and 7 rebounds per game, suffered severely
torn ligaments in his ankle. The injury put him out of action for most of the

The team could not get together after the loss of Vandemark's scoring strength. Despite his short season, Vandemark was 5th on Lehigh's alltime scoring list with a career total of
1104 points. Mike Power, a transfer student, will be relied on heavily next year and Coach Brian Hill hopes for a stronger Lehigh squad.

season.

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Women's
Basketball
Due
to the loss of

the assistant coach and a

small, injury prone squad, the women s basketball team finished with a 11-10 record. A 54-53 last-second victory over Trenton and a win over archrival Lafayette for the second consecutive year were two of the seasons most
satisfying victories. The team will feel the loss of Co-Captains and MVP's Karen Lelinski and Sharon Beltz.

In Lelinski's four-year career at Lehigh, she

accumulated an amazing 943 points and 770 rebounds. Coach Annette Lynch is confident, though, that the experience of the underclassmen will be sufficient to continue
the winning tradition of the basketball team.

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"Dawg Eat Dawg"
The Engineer grapplers found a new home across South Mountain at the Stabler Athletic and Convocation Center

and the 1980 edition of Lehigh wrestling was one of the most exciting in the University's illustrious history of
intercollegiate competition.

Coach

Thad Turner molded

a team of blue

chip freshmen and seasoned veterans that earned a 12-2 dual meet record, including a 29-12 victory over number one ranked Wisconsin. Co-Captains Mike Brown and Steve
Bastianelli turned in stellar perfor-

mances throughout the season. Brown became Lehigh's first four-time AilAmerican while setting a staggering 95 victory career record. As a four-time Eastern Champion, he joined an elite club that includes Lehigh's Mark Lieberman and Yale's George Dole. The team was awesome in the first annual Sheridan Invitational hosted by Lehigh. Individual champions for Lehigh were Bich Santoro at 118
pounds, Darryl Burley at 134, Tommy Bold at 142, Colin Kilrain at 177, and

Mike Brown at 190. Stabler was also the site of the 1980 EIWA Championships. Lehigh ran away with the title for the second consecutive year, crowning six champions. Steve Bastianelli, who had lost his

shirted last season, returned to claim the 177 pound title. Mike Brown over-

came
fourth

several injuries in capturing his
title,

and heavyweight Drew

118-pound position

to

Bich Santoro

early in the season, captured the East-

ern title at 126. Darryl Burley captured his second 134 pound title in as many tries. Freshman Jim Beilly continued his torrid streak of decisive victories, defeating defending 158-pound champion Mark Densberger for the EIWA crown. Colin Kilrain, who red-

Keiser stormed past four opponents in earning his first. Bich Santoro placed second and Denis Beed, fourth to round out the field of NCAA entrants
to the Nationals.

tough 118 pound class and finished in sixth place. Darryl Burley outclassed five opponents before surrendering his title to his old nemesis Bandy Lewis of Iowa in the finals. Jim Beilly bumped off a second seed enroute to his eighth place finish. Colin Kilrain shook off a

head injury to finish at third. Mike Brown ended his brilliant wrestling
career by placing seventh. The Lehigh contingent at the Na-

The Engineers placed sixth in the tournament. More importantly, they had six Ail-Americans. Denis Beed delighted Engineer fans by win-

NCAA

ning three bouts on the first day of competition. Beed lost to the eventual champ in the quarterfinals but bounced back to place seventh. Bich

applauded Coaches Turner and for the team's fine performance. With four All-Americans returning, Turner has a fine nucleus of talent to build on for the future. by Mike Neivbimi
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Holmes,

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Lehigh's ice hockey team had an average season, ending with a disappointing 5-7-1 record. Injuries depleated the ranks of the team, leaving the team with only two regular de-

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at

the

end of the season. A

fine nucleus of

freshmen and sophomore stickers will he returning, so they

are optimistic about next season.

Riflery
team enjoyed another sucLamberton Hall. The shooters compiled a 9-2 record, losing only to powerful Army and upstart Kings College. The Engineers were led by co-captains John Schabel and Russ Saygue to a first place finish in the Mid-Atlantic Rifle League Tournament and a 19th ranking nationwide. Most of the team will be returning next year and they are looking forward
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to

another fine season.

Women's Swimming
losses, the
total

Although finishing with 5 wins and 5 women's swim team set a
of 8

new records

this season. After

an exciting win over LaSalle, 71-69, Coach Bamett said that the team times began to improve. The 200 Medley relay consisting of Susan Andrews, Susan Schlicht, Vicki Murk and Maggie Rosch set a new pool and team
record.

Most Valuable Swimmer Susan Andrews, besides swimming in the
record breaking Medley relay, also set individual backstroke and individual

medley records. Co-Captains Andrews and Schlicht will both be returning
next year.

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2:

Peter Sleeman (coach), A. Bencharit, B.

McCleod,

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a 8-12 record.

The squash team had out- ofits finest seasons, finishing with The Engineers were guided by second year coach Peter Sleeman, who has shown steady improvement
during his two years as coach. Team captain and number one player, Rick Moore, led the team to a 5-4 upset of 17th ranked Columbia. Moore won an exciting five game match to seal the victory. This was the first time Lehigh had defeated Columbia. In post season play, Todd Stanier, Bruce Rankin and Adit Bencharit, led the squad to a 22th ranking in the nation. Sleeman is looking forward to a winning season next year
with seven starters returning.

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Well-Trained Athletes
by Sharon
L. Beltz

Who is the Lehigh athlete's den mother, confidant, and nursemaid? The training room trio of Charlie McNarra, Karen Metzler and Steven Ice. Charlie McNarra, who has been in charge of "fixing up" the football and wrestling teams for eleven years, thinks the athletes are some of the most well-rounded people at Lehigh. Unlike kids from state schools, the athletes here combine brains with brawn. Karen Metzler, in charge of all women's sports, agrees with Charlie. Required to go to all games with the women, she knows how hectic a student's schedule can get. The reward is seeing "what determination can do." In charge of basketball and baseball is Steve Ice, completing his first year in the training room. He likes working in a college but finds it a frustrating job. When two athletes are injured, both must be treated equally even though one may not be severely injured. He also says that it's "hard to treat someone that you don't care for personally."

After seeing athletes sit in 30°F whirlpools, ultrasound bruised ankles, dip hands in hot paraffin for heat treatments, and strain to get to number ten on the Orthotron, it's easy to see that dedication is essential to be a Lehigh athlete. Charlie, Karen and Steve all agree that they can only guide and advise the rest has to come from within.

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Boxing
Look out Lehigh, Quay's boys are moving up to Varsity! Against 13 schools, Lehigh produced 4 champions and came in second
place overall in the Eastern Collegiate Boxing

Tournament held at Grace Hall. Andy Okada at 119, Steve Alonso at 165, Mike Giduck at 180 and John Young at 190 all
earned first place in 4 of 13 weight classes. Of all the champs, 3 will be returning next year as

Giduck

is

The boxing squad has

the only senior. a season extending

from mid-January to mid-March and meets are in the form of invitationals. This year, Lehigh participated in 3 such tournaments involving 4-6 teams each. The squad placed third in the two Dickinson Invitationals and first in the Lehigh Invitational. In 1972, Lehigh and West Chester were the first schools in the East to start boxing programs. Although most teams are now on a
Varsity level, Lehigh has yet to receive this recognition. After their spectacular

performance and increased participation, Co-Coaches Dean Quay and John Popsovic will finally be rewarded.

ROW M. Stutzman, M. Bertuch, A. Okada, M. Viandi; ROW 2: Dean Quay (Co-Coach), J. Young, J. Shuer, S.
1:

Alonso, A. Pignataro,

S. Peck, M. Giduck, J. Macellera, M. Whalen, John Popsovic (Co-Coach).

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Track and Field

Indoor
The indoor track team enjoyed another undefeated season in the Raueh Fieldhouse. The team ran to an
8-0 record on the strength of their middle distance runners and freshmen

jumpers. The Engineers were led by Andy Hubsch who set three school records dash in the 880 yard run, the 440 yard 2 outstanding the as anchorman in

and

mile relay team. Other members of the record setting two mile relay team were seniors Joel Wummer, Rick

Devine, and Tom O'Shea. The depth of the squad's jumpers
the difference in several meets. Freshman Jim Driscoll in the high jump, Rusty Fulford in the long jump,

made

and Larry Mercadante in the triple jump were all outstanding during the
season. After a
fifth

place finish in the East

Coast Championships the team was
looking forward to a fine outdoor season.

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Row

1:

T.

O'Shea,

J.

Eggert, D. Dunne, D. Thomson, L. Ulrich, M.

2:
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Wummer

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K. Gaines, P. Sanhirico, B. F "»'•£, Merrill, D Blount, D. Sternum, D. Melone, R. Folford, J coach). Fuerstman J. Vivian( manager), John Covert(head

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Women's
Lacrosse
team was invited to Nationals had to decline the invitation for University policy would not allow the women to miss their finals. Having beaten the eventual National Champs, Lafayette, the women knew they were
lacrosse
this year.

The women's They

regretfully

let the scoring attack with 33 goals. Bonnie Lewis and Lisa Adams each had 21 and 18, respectively. MVP and Co-Captain, Ann Gaydos, was a valuable asset to the team for four years. Coach Judy Turner was very pleased with the 7-3-0

number 1. Kim Powell

record; since
schools.
at

all

of the losses

came from Division

I

With the National Tournament being sponsored by the AIAW next year, everyone will be looking
Lehigh.

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Men's
Lacrosse
lacrosse team completed a disappoint6-7 this spring. The Engineers suffered season ing the loss of starting goalie including injuries, key broken leg, which slowed the with a Brambilla Paul

The men's

team.

The team was paced by tri-captains Gary Bechtel, Doug Mancosh, and Scott Helgans. A fine effort was also given by freshman Trever Bond who replaced
Brambilla in goal.

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Men's
ROW 1: K. Shramko, P. LaurerJ. Speer, B. Wi/ckoff. M. Romisher; ROW 2: John Rhine (Couch), G.
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Huffman.}. Wright, M. Daniels, D. Dalttm, Luna, B. Kelly (Asst. Couch).

K.

Kopp,

Tennis

The men's tennis team finished with an 11-9 record this season. Jeff Lang played the number singles position and number one doubles team along with MVP Brad Wyckoff. Wyckoff has
played on Lehigh's tennis team for four years and Coach John Ridge depended on his consistency. The team has good depth, and with Lang, the netters will continue to be strong. Coach Ridge is looking for valuable contribution from Keith Shramko.

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Baseball
The Lehigh Baseball team was missing something this season as they fell to a 5-18 record. Weak pitching and bad breaks combined to hold the Engineers from the win column until their tenth game. A 21-4 win over Bucknell spurred hopes that the sackers
their season around, but

would

turn

hopes died as they dropped dieir last four games. A bright spot on the team was junior Del Markward who was elevendi in the nation in hitting at one point in the season with an average of .450. He will be returning next season with a team consisting mostly of sophomores and juniors hoping to improve on this years
record.

Row 1: S. Butz (score keeper), C. Vlachos, F. CassavellJ. Lanzoni, K. Schoepflin R. Craig, B. Cohen, D. Ocorr, C. Andrews, D. Markward, T. Bucci, P. Sclar (manager). Row

Ice (trainer), Craig Anderson (pitching coach), M. Sheehan, T. Freeman, C. Dax, S. Gedney, B. Lawton, T. Crawford, M. Evans, Stan Schultz (coach).
2: S.

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Pat Zajac, the third new softball coach in four years, managed an 7-6 record for the Engineers. The team adapted quickly with a constantly improving pitcher, Sonia Heister, and veteran MVP Karen Lelinski at first base. After some verbal persuasion by Co-Captain Karen Sciascia, the rain-soaked diamond was ready for
play.

Bouncing back from a 3 game loss Penn, Lafayette, and Villanova, the team won five of its last six games.

to

The

addition of a full-time softball

coach next year and the return of Pat as an assistant will enable the women to continue improving.

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Editors

Diane Poles, Managing Editor

John Gicking, Photography Editor

1980

Epitome
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Editor;

K.
S.

Manager;

P.

Mouther, Seniors Editor; C. Muij, Business Cleaver, Editor-in-Chief; D. Poles, Managing

Rankin, Sports Editor;

S.

Komarow,

Kaminsky, Identification Editor;

Activities Editor; R. V. Nelson, Copy Editor;

BeltZ, Snorts Editor;
J.

ROW

2: B.

Allston.

MISSING:

C. Ehrens, Seniors Editor.

Academies Editor;

Gicking, Photography Editor; B.

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FALL
Editor-in-Chief -

SPRING
Peter Schilling Sharan Daniel

Managing Editor Business Manager Editorial Page

Jim Morrison Linda Pickens Mike Goldberg
Sharan Daniel
Peter Schilling

Mike Goldberg
Jerry Miller

Editor Senior News Editor News Editor Sports Editor Asst. Sports Editor
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Ed White
William Morris
Larry Reisman

Ed White Barb Robertson Jennifer Wilson
Larry Reisman Felicia Sherbert

Desk Editor Photo Editor Associate Editor Layout Editor -

Kevin Kenna Linda Horn Boh Youngentob
Jerry Miller

Andrew Swanson
Steve

Homey

Andrew Ginsburg Dave Fauntleroy
Jim Morrison Linda Pickens

Mimi
Features Editor -

Castaldi

Mary Ellen Hagan

ROW

1:

Wilson, L. Pickens, K. Caldwell;

A. Ginsburg,]. Miller, E. While; S. Daniel. A. Swanson, L. 3: P. Schilling.

ROW 2:

B. Robertson,
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Reisman,

Morrison,

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151

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Brown and White
Business Staff

Slesenger,]. Koble.S. Spin,]. Issacson, 1: B. Wiesenberg, M. A.gen, D. Israel. M. Goldberg,]. Klein; ROW 2: H. Strauss, J.

Michael Goldberg, Business Manager

152

ALO-TLC
Commuter's Social Group
1: B. Yurko, C. Wasko, B. Stacker, B. Luncher; Row 2: B. Santo, B. Gray, B. Jacques, M. Short, M. Shestok, J. Wycosky, M. Anderson, S. Hess, M. Angelstein, M. Agentis, /. Dematos, R. Arnold; 3: C. UngerJ. Hoffman, G. GolflwadJ. Vresies, K.

ROW

ROW
J.

Anderson,

Vresies.

1: C. Palenchar, C. Unger; 2: D. Clarke, Allen, E. Flueso. T. Divras, D. Nicholas.

ROW

ROW

J.

Becker, M.

153

Alpha Phi Omega

^ r raternity
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National Service

Smith, C. Schneider. D. Bartsch, L. Maurer, W. Bolkin, /. Evans, C. Filz, B. Gents. L. Brett. G. Sutcliffe, B.James; 3:/. Hayes, S. Courtright, P. Michniewicz, E. Gordon, M. Satteson, I. Butterlyj. Steiglefest, C. Slembarski, M. Apt, c. Gorbunoff.
1;

ROW

Dr

Neiman;

ROW

H

2:./.

ROW

American Chemical Society

I: J. Byorick, B. Lanciano, D. Langdon, K. Kedzie, G. Nassar, 2: B Best. B. Bartos.J. Wadsworth.A. Kuncio, S.Perusich; Brodner, M. Bi/tin. S. Sajer. M. Scozzafaua, B. Pianucci, L. Demarco, F. Kuyan; ROW 3: B. Thune, M. Thune, E. Shulman, P. Sih. M. Conroy, K. Sieged G Newhart, F. Loncaf, B. Grimm.

ROW

S.

ROW
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154

American
Institute of

Chemical Engineers

ROW
2:

1: K. Branting, D. Bartsch; D. Fries, Dr. M. El-Aassar.

ROW

American

Institute of Industrial Engineers

C. Paul, A. Fcituhi,

M. Kusmin, N. Fluhr, Dr. M. Groover,

P.

Ockert.

155

American Society

of

Mechanical Engineers

1: G. Brown, G. G(ftes, N. Berger, S. Courtright; 2: Unknown, R. 3:/. Cecil, B. Tolosko, D. Kuhus, T. Buehrer, G. Hotz, G. Dillemuth; Unger, B.Johnson; ROW4: B. Gehret.A. Prince. B. Casparian, D. Barada, M. Carboy, R. Petercsak, D. Fronheiser, D. Pfiel, G. Vivino.

ROW

ROW

ROW

Arnold Air

Hautzinger,
2:

ROW C. Barberis, L. Pticilou ski, S. S. Sasak, C. Edlin, B. Poppe; ROW B, union, M Allen. Ogden, B. Kulp, T. Gates;
I:

Rt)W

3:

Nichols, Dairies,

McGee,

K. Shelly,

Gordon, Martin, (.'. Slembarski, Hautz. B. Card, L. Merchadente, Quinn,]. Hildebrant, Brumbaugh, E. Dougherty, Basso,]. Satroai, L.
Proctor,

156

Black Students

Union

ROW

1:

L.

Mahawk, M. Snowden,
R.

Murry, L. Boetius; Merk, D. Harris, A. Monroe.

B Downs,

ROW 2: V.

R. Davis, K. Tate, L. Davenport, Myers, K. Harmon, C.

D

Viera
S.

Leech

157

158

GvfsaM

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160

Chi
Epsilon
Civil Engineering

Honorary

1: Prof. Yen, F. Soen, K. Sturm, Prof. Skitter, Watkins, B. Fawcett, U. Anglestein, Prof. 2: D. Htiri, M. HembarskyJ. Larson, Liebig; 3: M. R. Failmezger, M. Bak, R. Swoyer; Broun.]. Kieffer.J. Hanke, D. Stumpp, M. Von 4: B. Spengler, M. Spengler, R. Bradsky; Haist, D. Melone, B. Rurig.

ROW

S.

ROW

ROW

ROW

Cycling

Team

Members: J. Holmes, C. Bakis, N. Melchert, M. Brown, D. Landman, F. Scioscia, D. Quinn, S. Cawareeki, G. Mackie,
B.

Leggon,

S. Butler.

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162

Choir

Inglis, D. Lammex, C. Updegrave, D. Kuchka, K. Feaver, B. Ablaza, P. Dura, D. Barker, L. Hunter, Mr. Sametz; 2: C. Edlind, K. Lindquist, N. Butts, D. CirilloJ. de Jesus, S. Lagan, C. Martin, M. Herman, C. Brown, B. Devondi, K. Wright, R. Craft, S. EberhardtJ. Apgar; 3: L. Lenthe, N.
1:

ROW

M.

LaPaglia,

P.

ROW

J.

ROW

Hayes, B. Karolti, K. Branting, D. Symnoski, R. George, VanderhoffJ. Baxter, /. Cole, /. Dutton, P. Finkel, B. Blumenscheid,]. Frey; MISSING: L. Francis, B. Murphy,]. Konat, Beehtel. I. Smith, I. Swope, D.
Phillips, L.

163

1

Equestrian Club

ROW
Cecil,

1:

B.

PhitnikJ. Byorick, B. Fawcett, L. Rebollo, A. Weston,].

M. O'Reilly;

ROW 2:

Unknown, Unknown, Unknown,

T.

Buehrer, E. Fluesco.

Eta

Kappa Nu

a9
#/

Electrical

Engineering Honorary

ROW 1: A/. Wagner, M. Griffin (Bridge Correspondent), M. Preperuto (President), M. Thoma, Unknown, Unknown, T. Slegel, C. Huettner, R. Strawsburg; ROW 2: C. Mason,
164

Fox, R. Loughridge, C. Podarus, S. Gretter, T. (Treasurer), Unknown,]. Apgar, G. Derbyshire.

M. Nu,

P.

Bailey,].

Wykosky

FMA

ROW

1: S.

Glaser, S. Welter;

ROW 2:

R. Yerk, G.

Yuhus,J. Porta, D.Jones, N. Volant

165

Forum X

Ruth Kossin, Secretary-Treasurer

166

Caryn Gorbunoff, Vice-Chairman

David Lewis, Chairman

167

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Gryphons

L Andreach.K. Warshau),K, Ignar, M. Gordon, D. Greenblatt, B Engel, B. Horn, T. Geier, S. Escott, S. Schwab; ROW 2: S. Kreider, G Smith,]. Drexinger, R. Donohue, L. Rubenstein, R. Superfine, C.

Row

\

Schantz C. Jones, R. Honens, L. Levy, K. Greenwalt, k. Leitgeb, M. B. Spengler; ROW .3: B. Woolford, B. Glenn, B. Schratz, P. Ernco,

HagenJ. Dean, D. Pietruszynski, G. Menio, D. Joint, D 7 Melone, T. Shea, L. Hunter, M. Mazelsky, K. Hartman, S. Maddock, P. Bonarrigo; ROW 4: D. Campbell, S. LongsonJ. Gennusa, T. Hartij, G. Proctor, J. McGovem, B. PuzcniskieJ. Capraro,A. Berg, E.Johnson,
Blier U.
Meiier, S.

Haimowitz,

B.

McGraw.

Hillel

1: M. Shapiro. Lipka, B. Noseman;

ROW

S.

Brown,

ROW 2:

L. K. Burk, G. Zellman,). Tarmet, D. Wire, D. Mendekon, R. Zenkle, B.

Wetzncr, B. Mendelson.

168

Hockey Club

ROW P.Arienti, P. Mongoven, T. McGuire, M. Wheatall, M. Peck; ROW 2: C. Bayer, D. Pitney, D. Barada, T. Saltan, G. Weitxel, T.
1:

O'Donnell, R. Klein,

S.

McMahon, M.
T.

MISSING:
Brown.

R.

Freeman,

Turner, K. Behrend; Pignataro, H. StrichlerJ. Stewart, K.

169

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IEEE
Institute of Electronics and

Electrical

Engineering

/

D. Talhelm, D. Berberian,

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Oonk,

P.

Schragge

Investment Club

1: C. Krau.se, J. Reimschissel, A. Padjen, D. Sgambelluri; Schuelein, M. Greenhill, E. Freij, C. Reninger, M. Hewitt, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, L. Herald, D. Fiore, M. Zimmer E Shulthies.

ROW

2: K.

ROW

170

IFC

ROW
J.

1: C. Madsen, K. Hollen, B. Thornton- ROW 2: D. Varrelman, McCarthy, F. Wentworth, E. Steifell, D. Salter.

171

Junior Class
Officers

Karate Club

/.

AigenJ. Davidson; MISSING:

B. Harris, L. Silver.

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172

Lehigh University Volunteers

ROW

1:

B. Rainaldi, H.
S.

Lewis, M. Benz, M. Zvanut,
P.

P.

SkodnikJ. Carter,
Mishkin, D. Fink,

A. Matturri, S. Sager, D. Poles, K. Wright,

Scobbo; ROW 2: J. M. Brown A

Teitelbaum,

Walbert.

Lehigh Valley Grotto

M. Fitzgerald, Lauri, G.

Bell. T.

Brown,

T.

Minnick,

T.

Kerns, D. Leavitt, K. Kowalsi.

173

Mustard and Cheese
Mustard and Cheese, Lehigh's drama organization, was founded in 1884 and is the third
oldest
its

drama

members

society in the country. Currently, form the backbone of theater ac-

tivity

on campus. Students in the club act, diand rect, stage manage, and design sets, lights in scenes the behind costumes, as well as work crews. stage the shop, box office and Major productions this year included "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, "American Buffalo" by David Mamet, "The Death of Bessie Smith" by Edward Albee, and "The Wayside Motor Inn" by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Mustard and Cheese officers for 1979-1980 were Patty Spugani, president; Scott Tax, vice president; Pain Cleaver, secretary; Rose Caraway, treasurer; and Nancy Butts, drama major representative. _

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175

Marketing Club

&.

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1 P. Fioretti, W. Willard,A. Lefhowith, L. Archer, L. HostelterJ. Hansz; 2: F. Goldberg, Unknown, J. Reimschissel, W. Van Nostrand, M. Hewitt.
:

ROW

ROW

Panhellenic Society

ROW
176

1:

L.

Eisenhart,

S.

Nagle;

ROW 2:

V. O'Neill,]. Frank.

Newman

Association

ROW M. Connor,]. Burke, G. Vivino, A. Maturri; ROW 2: D. Chizmadia, M. Rajkowski, R. Lanciano, S. Hautzinger.J. Schwab, C. Paul, A. Saitta, A. Blackler; ROW 3: Father R. Schware, D. Fries. D.
1:

KievitJ. Gabuzda, B. Tolosko, G. Romanik.J. Fuller.

Ill

Orchestra & String Quartet

1:7. Chen, E. Fontaine. N. Wortzel, C. Updegrave, L. Clark, X Yaeger, L. Simpson, A. Shulman, L. McCracken,J. Tanen; 2: B. Locke. D. Yeras, S. Hjorth, K Berk. L. Lipka; 3: IV. Phillips.

ROW

ROW

ROW

D. Depew. C. Edlind, M. Blaekstone. L. Lenthe, D. Daniel, Prof.]. Bidlack, K. Brantinu; MISSING: J. Baranchok, S. Somkuti.J. Cole,

M.

Turhij, K. Hinker.

N. Wortzel.

J.

Chen,]. Tanen, K. Wright.

178

Pre-law
Society

E. Metz, F. Ruth.

Russian Club

B. Benjevin, D. Schmiedel, N. B. Rankin; 2: M. Berger, N. Gracin, N. Romanov, R. Cantor, L. Slavish, G.
1:

ROW

Ostapenko,
Roberts.

ROW

179

Residence Halls Council
Residence Halls Council
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RHC

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6:00
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menus attendance minutes $4.25/person/year energy conservation watch
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activities

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all in

favor?

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all

op-

posed? cream

Barbary Coast and ice Shuttle Bus to the Lehigh Dinner Theatre at Valley Mall Rathhone It's not the $30, it's the
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principle

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business

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old business motion to adjourn?
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new
T.

Braunstein,
S'.

K

Selinka, P

Gaston, K. Branting; MIS-

SING:

P. Marotto, S. Farrell, P. Silt. C. Monaghan, C. Foitz, D. Erlenborn, D. Haggardy, Bergan, M. Pester, S. Sonic. E. Raley, I. Lyman, C. Bayer, K. Depew, B Gallagher, C. Fasick, M. Moore, M. Evans, L. Palagyi, T. Messina. B Rosen. F.

MEMBERS:

M

'/'. Albright, A. Hess, I. Adams, R. Ragoza, S. Pedigo, S. Sehliehl. D. Fink, B. Anthony, P. Sanchirico, D. Skaller, P. Starer,

/ci/,

J.

Dean,

B.

Bruemig,

S.

Burgnoff. L. Bcrtan, B. Martin. V. Chou,

Kovalick,]. Baglivo. M. Faust,

I.

Marida, P Livney.

F>.

Whin-.

J.

V. Henehel, C. Ellsworth. D. Billiar. L. Beamon. K. McArdle, C. Xiclscn. S. Sonkuti, G. Schmaoz, B. Reitz, E. Waldman, V. Jef-

Cniini. L. Whitworth, D. Sgambelluri, S. Kraihanzet, \1. Rom, A. Singh, V. Hemes. S. Hosono, S. Yee, G. Novek, B. Clifton, S. Brnd-

Jens.

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Scabbard and Blade

2: 1: R. Thomas, E. Howlett, T.Jeske, B. Tutu Maj. F. Schultz, C. Levan, F. Mastracchio, R. Scheffert, R. Graves, M. Mark, R. Creyer.A. Barclay, C. Jones, G. Doan.

ROW

ROW

Senior Class Officers

W. Smerconish,

L.

Hammond,

T.

Haase,

S.

Fortney.

181

Sigma Tau Delta
English Honorary

ROW

1:

D. KleistJ. Schwab, L. Zver;

ROW 2:

R.

Mundhenk,

P.

BMdler.

Ski

Team

F. Bieber, R. Stijs.J.

Heidenreich,

S.

Fellenzer.J. Moore, D. Kaelber.

182

Society of

Women

Engineers

in

1: A. Segatti, A. Fatula, M. lannucci, N. Lonski; 2: J. Fisher, Unknown, K. Branting,J. Michelin, H.

ROW

ROW

Erdoean.

Sophomore
Class Officers

K. Manik, T. Butler.

Hammond,

\V Moyer;

MISSING:

B.

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ACTIVITIES
Freshman Orientation
Activities Night

Amityville Horror John Michael Novak Godspell
Jefferson Starship

George Takei Pat Metheny Tom Koenig
Sleuth

Frank Zappa

Student Activities Council

Isaac

Asimov

ROW

1:

A.'.

Miller, L. Schrier, L. Brett, T.

Amoruso;

ROW

2:./.

Nersesian, R. Rothenberg, R. Savitsky, A. Fitzpatrick, D. Slutsker; MISSING: D. Foley, G. Dantzer, K. Benner.

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185

Student Metallurgy Society

ROW
Dilip,

1:

Dr. W. Hahn, L. Clark. J. Fisher, T. FennicleJ. Gardener; W. Herman, C. Alfano.J. Powell,}. AadlandJ. Peters.

ROW 2

rp

TaU Beta

n

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Engineering Honorary

THE TAU BETA
YELLS:

PI

Ammeter, Indicater, Wye Level Wye. Slide Rule Dynamo, Tau
Beta
Pi!

(traditional)

Calculate, Innovate, Try, Try, Try.
Integrity,

Honesty, Tau

Beta Pi! (modern)
I: R. Sullivan, S. Chakeres, C. Paul, F. Benson, K Branting, R.Johnson, M. Hembarsky; R()\V2:J. Wykoski, B. Woolford.J. Wummer, Unknown. \. Lonski, C. Alfano, M. Preperato; 3: Unknown, Zvanut, A. Futula, P.

ROW

J. Grube, D. SeegerJ. Fuller; ROW 4: Unknown, A. Brodner, R. Moyer, C. Rndu. D, Lindsay, D. Boyuka, (.'.

Fox,

ROW

M

Vivino;

ROW 5: S.

Snyder, D.

Pfeil, B. Tutt,

Gretter, R. Loughrid'ge, D. Blanset, R. M. Ryan, R. Haist. M. Brown.

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Visiting Lectures

Committee

B. Bronster, T. Amoruso, K. Krischke, Kerman; MISSING:;. Kuss, P. Ford.

B.

Water Polo Club

>™"'«»r

1: B. Notis, Laura, L. Martin, E. Fuuntaine,]. Egleston, Perkins; 2: A. Smith, S. Michels, P. Marzi, T. Monica, S. Peene, G. Musser; MISSING: V. Murk, D. Mull, S. West, D. Trust, T. Summer, T. Williams.

ROW

S.

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ROW [.M. Figgins,A. Spinosa,A. Gesner,A. Lchren.R. ROW 2: Unknou n, D. Van Kirk, C. Smoot, R. Stuloff. K. Caldwell, J. Creedon, P. Maker. R. Allston; ROW 3: K. Fenstermacher, K. Moore, D. George, D.
Schilder;

Lebo, R. Grad.

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Women's

Soccer

Filon, C.

H. Ritter (coach), E. Witherford, L. Taylor, S. Sajer, M. 2: P. Pomeroy, D. Owczarek, D. Patten (coach); Tripp, L. Carlson, M. Guay, S. Smith, S. Royer, D. Quinn, A.
1:

ROW

Zimmer,

T.

Median, A.

Hill;

MISSING:/. Campo

(coach),

M

ROW

Corbet, M. Helmond. C. Holoubek, E. Klemmer. A. McCoy, L. Reider, K. Thompson, L. Gregg, V. Murk.

189

Prime Time Activities
Sleeping
Eating

Drinking

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"Do

It"

With

LUV
i:--«V

For eleven years, in many and varied ways, the Lehigh University Volunteers have served the University and the Lehigh Valley. To a student who wants to help, L.U.V. offers an opporthe tunity for personal growth chance to make or be a friend.

organization's several activities and coordinated by the selected are L.U.V. officers and project heads. IT, a Through social events and

The

DO

monthly newsletter, volunteers keep in touch with each other and recent
happenings. L.U.V. 's newest project is the Northampton County Association for The Blind. Volunteers assist at parties and activity groups for the blind. Another new project, the Lehigh Valley Rape Crisis Council Hotline, has volunteers answering the telephone and dealing with rape victims. Those with a knack for teaching can
tutor at

Holy Infancy, St. Cyril's or Broughal Junior High School. Amateur

paramedics may help out on the Community Nine Ambulance Corps. Sympathetic ears are needed on Listening Line a listening and referral service staffed by extensively trained volun-

teers.

Youth with special problems may be reached through three institutions. At the Allentown State Hospital, volunteers work with mentally disturbed children in the classroom or the gym. Runaways, foster children and probationers receive guidance at the Valley Youth House. Boys living at the Alternative House are driven by volunteers

to recreational activities.

L.U.V.

is

cal organizations.

associated with two mediVolunteers may either

work

in

the

emergency room of

Muhlenberg Medical Center or with the Miller Memorial Center Bloodmobile.

Day

care and recycling centers are

popular options. Other possibilities for volunteers include being scout leaders and Big Brothers or Sisters.
Special projects are available to volunteers on a heavy or erratic academic

schedule. These are temporary assignments that do not require a longterm commitment. L.U.V. sponsors several annual
events.

The

fall

Pumpkin

Sale raises

funds for the Lehigh University Child Care Center. In the spring, Olympic Day benefits underprivileged children of the southside and Daffodil Day aids
the American Cancer Society.

L.U.V. is a good way to help others while making the most of one's college
years.

by

Bill

Rainaldi

191

192

193

Metamorphosis
by Jerry Miller
It

was

a long four years

— years

full

of good times and bad.

More than any-

thing else, though it was a four years full of change. We changed, and

Lehigh changed around us. It is change that binds us together
the only factor that cuts across majors,
living groups

and colleges.
itself has

We became

one

in

change.

that first sweltering day in

changed since August 1976. None of us checked into Warren

The campus

Square. In terms of the University, there was no Warren Square. It came to life a year later to handle the overflow

crowds of the

class of '81.

face of the campus changed slowly. So slowly that we often did not
notice
it!

The

Remember
The verdant

the

Freshman picnic?

Saucon Valley have since been overrun by the Stabler Center, roads, parking lots and sorority
fields of

houses.

The peaceful

stillness of the

athletic fields has passed.

modernize much of the buildings medieval interior. Renovations have been effected in other buildings over the years; Linderman as it was in 1976 is but a fading memory, and the old, noisy snackbar has taken on a madicum of reto

Few
after

of us, though, got the chance to

taste life in

Brodhead House. In 1979,

the University planted the six-story dorm on the site of the College Theater. Along with the city highrise down the block,

much argument,

Also gone is Memorial Drive. As freshmen we knew it as that strange little road below Williams Hall. With
the University's dedication of Sherman

spectability with last year's face

life.

Brodhead added to the stark difference between lower and upper campus architecture.

Despite predictions that it would soon slide into the University Center,

Minor wrinkles of change have con-

RH-11

(as

many

of us

still

call

it)

Fairchild Laboratory in 1976, it became a sidewalk. 1976 also saw the beginnings of renovations in Packard

Lab

— an attempt

below the Sayre Park gates. Now known as Trembley Park, the apartment complex was home to a good number of the class of '80.
stands, leakily,

much to the campus' overall appearance. None of us will soon
tributed
forget the steel tiees in the valley, rust-

ing quietly in the middle of the crosscountry track. Last winter, more art from the same contributor made its debut between Maginnes Hall and Mart Library. The Turkey Trot course

now obstructed by three rusty rings. During the fall of 1979, in one of the last changes we witnessed, a set of steps and sidewalks rose out of the mud below the U.C. Finally, the University had acknowledged the traditional shortcut and saved the lawn
is

from the ravages of student feet. The changes have extended far beyond the physical structure of the University. The Lehigh staff and adminis-

changed greatly since 1976. happened so gradually, though, that few of us realized the number of names no longer listed in the campus ditration has
It

rectory.

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sity's

fabled wrestling squad.
all

Not

change

is

as

welcomed

as the

Deshowings and support from student organizations, the 1977 showing of "Deep Throat" on campus angered many, especially alumni. In
reversal in our football fortunes.
spite six sell-out

response, the Cultural Review Committee was established to determine ^'aesthetic goals and guidelines for campus film series." Dean of Students William ua > countered accusations of

Various student activities suffered during the time we made our home on South Mountain. WLVR was virtually abandoned by the administration; the Forum's image grew worse; and the SAC's losing battle with organizational problems, poor facilities and inflation
resulted in a less than spectacular concert series.

censorship with assertions that no such
prior restraint was intended. The SUident Activities Council has not since sponsored anodier X-rated movie.

The "Me Decade" made its mark on campus; students concentrated on academics, passing up many of the opportunities to expand beyond the confines of the classroom and the library. The Activities Spirit Association was
created to fight lagging student interest in athletic

and cultural

activities.

Happy Hours and weekend

parties,

The turnover in the Dean of Students OfBce began when David Lee, director of Residence Operations, left in October 1978. Over the next 18 months, Associate and Assistant Deans Arthur Mann, Robert Reeves, Hershel Dorney and Nathan Harris followed
suit.

Both Albert Zettlemoyer and Richard Spriggs stepped down from
vice-presidential positions in the ad-

ministration. Elmer Glick resigned from his post as Treasurer in 1978.

University

President

Deming

Lewis' intention to stay on until 1982 upset 17 professors scheduled for retirement at age 65. The University has the legal right to enforce retirement on professors but, as an administrator, Dr. Lewis, 65, is exempt. Perhaps the saddest loss to the University was that of John Steckbeck. An imposing yet gentle man, Steck smiled on us at the Freshman Rally and helped us on the way to truly becoming the class of 1980. As long as we live

however, continued to garner great interest. Marijuana remained a part of celebrating for many, but alcohol, the drug of our parents, made a grand resurgence among the student body. Fashion, always conservative at Lehigh, swung back to the dressy styles rejected by our 60s generation compatriots. As we grew from freshman into seniors, fewer jeans were seen on campus. Hair gradually became shorter on men, longer on women. Far more male ears and female legs were exposed in 1980 than in 1976. As the 80's opened, the problems facing America included Iran, Afghanistan and a worsening economy. Meanwhile we, the Class of 80, prepared to leave the protection of the
University's closed society.

Lehigh changed us
changed Lehigh.
of us.
It

and we
for

was good

both

on
the

as a class, so will his

memory and

memory
spirit

of his services to the Unito

versity

The
1977
at

and the community. Steck worked so hard

build in us finally

came

to fruition in

Wichita Falls.

How many

of us

imagined Lehigh
erhouse as

a football

pow-

watching that first in 1976? Four seasons, two championship games and one national title later, we are all believers in Lehigh football. Coach John Whitehead's gridders have stolen some of the spotlight from the Universat

we

game versus Kutztown

195

Patience M. Abrahamsen
logy; Dean's
List;

West Chester, Pennsylvania; BioPhi Eta Sigma; Equatation Team; Le Corn-

pane; Ski Club.
Jeffrey C.

Croton-on-Hudson, New York; FiAckemann nance; Sigma Chi; Rugby Club; Boxing Club; Senior Class
Jeffrey T.

Campaign.

Adams

lations; Vice-President,

Steven Marc

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chi New Agin — New Hyde
Psi.

International Re-

Park,

York; Finance;

Treasurer, Social Chairman, Sigma Alpha Mu; and White; SAC; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

WLVR; Brown
Patience M. Abrahamsen
Jeffrey C.

cal Engineering;
ety.

Essex Fells, New Jersey; ChemiHoria Constantin Albulescu Dean's List; AlChE; American Chemical Soci-

Ackemann

Bruce

Elliot

gineering;

ASME; Co-captain, Swimming Team.
Pittston,
Pi;

Cataldo
Society;
Jeffrey
ing;

L.

— Huntington, New York; Mechanical EnPennsylvania; Metallurgy; Alfano —
Alch
Student Metallurgy
Civil

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta

ASM-AIME.
Allegar

— Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; EngineerMargaret Marshall Allen — Andover, Massachusetts; Geology; Steward, Alpha Gamma Delta; Co-captain, Varsity Volleyball. Rodger Wayne Allen — West Chester, Pennsylvania; PhilosoW.
ASCE; Wrestling.
phy; Social Chairman,

Congdon House; Dean's
Phi
Eta

Sophomore Honors;
Christian Fellowship.

List; Freshman, Sigma; Concert Band; Lehigh

Richland, Pennsylvania; Finance, Kenneth Random Alley Government; Rush Chairman, Phi Gamma Delta; Lacrosse.

Cataldo

L.

Alfano

Jeffrey

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Biochemistry; American Chemical Mark Steven Altman — Rockville, Maryland; Mathematics/ Forum. Engineering; Rush Chairman, Tau Epsilon — Accounting; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Paul M. Altman
Estelle

W.

Allegar

M. Alpago

Society.

Electrical

Phi;

Smiley House, Intramural Manager; Dean's Beta Gamma Sigma.
Charles Emory Alwine, ernment; WLVR.
Jr.

List;

Alpha Beta

Psi,

— New Oxford, Pennsylvania; GovJersey;

— New Canaan, Connecticut; Business. ManBrian Thomas Andersen — Bernardsville, New agement; Delta Chi. Barry Douglas Anderson — Corapolis, Pennsylvania; Biology; Dean's Omicron Delta Kappa; L.U.V.; Gryphon Society. Judith Whitney Anderson — Timonium, Maryland; Chemical Engineering, Applied Science; Club; Big Program. Engineering; Richard D. Andres — New Delta Tau Delta, Steward; ASCE; Varsity Captain. Pierre Ansilio — Kingston, Pennsylvania; Accounting;
John Amarilios
List;

Ski

Sister

Mark

S.

Altman

Paul M. Altman

Millville,

Jersey; Civil Football,

Lisa

Vice-president;

List; Beta Alpha Psi, Business Society; Pre-law Society; Soccer Club; Ski Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Forum.

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's

Women

in

Stanley John Antiskay, Jr Frenchtown, New Jersey; Management/Marketing; Brodhead House, Resident Assistant.
Michael Joseph Antunes Phillipsburg, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Campus Crusade
for Christ;

Bioengineering Society.

Cranford, New Jersey; Accounting/ Finance; Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, Rush Chairman; Sophomore Honors; Beta Alpha Psi; Investment Club.

Robert Brian Austin

Judith

W. Anderson

Richard D. Andres

196

Jeffrey T.

Adams

Steven M. Agin

Horia C. Albulescu

Bruce

E.

Alch

Margaret M. Allen

Rodger W. Allen

Kenneth

R.

Alley

Estelle

M. Alpago

Charles

E.

Alwine,

)r.

John A. Amarilios

Brian T. Andersen

Barry D. Anderson

Lisa

P.

Ansilio

Stanley

|.

Antiskay

Michael

J.

Antunes

Robert

B.

Austin

197

Frederick O. Barrant

Barry

R. Bartle

Thomas

A. Bartlett

Debra D. Bartsch

lames

E.

Baxter

Lawrence

N. Bazrod

David D. Beard

Gary

A. Bechtel

Peter O. Belevich

Alberto

R. Belli

Sharon

L.

Beltz

Harry

C.

Benner,

Jr.

198

Susan Sheldon Baglow Penfield, New York; Accounting; Dean's List; Sophomore Honors; Equestrian Club, Treasurer and Co-founder; Big/Little Sister Program.
Bronxville, New York; Urban Studies; H. Theodore Bahr 111 Sigma Phi, Vice-president, Secretary; Young Democrats, President; Forum VIII; Ed Pol.

Craig Wolf Banet Merion, Pennsylvania; Finance; Sigma Nu; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Investment Club.
Albert George Bantley Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Theta Xi, Treasurer, Social Chairman; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Forum, Ski Club; I.R. Club; Investment Club.

Baranchok Allentown, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; AlChE; Amateur Radio Society; Orchestra; Nu Rho Delta.
Jeffrey Scott
Jeffrey
S.

Baranchok

Lisa M.

Barkhorn

Lisa M. Barkhorn Short Hills, New Jersey; Psychology; Sophomore Honors; Psychology Club; Senior Class Gift Cam-

paign; L.U.V.

Frederick Orlando St. Elmo Barrant St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; Chemical Engineering; Campus Crusade for Christ.

Barry Russell Bartle Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman; Dean's List; Intramurals.

Thomas
nis;

Albert Barlett Madison, New Jersey; Industrial Engineering; Theta Delta Chi, Rush Chairman; AIIE; Varsity Ten-

Rugby Club; Brown and White.
Manheim, Pennsylvania; Chemical EngineerSigma; AlChE; American Chemical Society, Vice-

Debra Bartsch
ing; Phi Eta

president; Alpha Phi gineers; Off-campus

Omega,

President; Society of

Women

En-

Housing Committee.
List

Stephen Bastianelli
captain.
Stephen Bastianelli

— Georgetown, Delaware;
Phi

omore Honors; Dean's
Gregory
S.

History; SophAlpha Theta; Wrestling, Co-

Baumann

Gregory Scott Baumann
Engineering; IEEE.

— Allentown, Pennsylvania;

Electrical

James

E. Baxter Rose Valley, Pennsylvania; Geology; Kappa Alpha; Freshman Honors; Geology Club; Choir; Photo Club.

Lawrence Nathan Bazrod
ics;

Dean's

List;

Radnor, Pennsylvania; EconomPre-law Society; Ski Club; I.R. Club.

David Daniel Beard Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Accounting/ Finance; Phi Gamma Delta.

Gary A. Bechtel

Newark, Delaware; Civil Engineering; ASCE; Varsity Lacrosse, Captain; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Gary Edward Behler
ical
Pi;

Center Valley, Pennsylvania; MechanEngineering; Delta Sigma Phi, Social Chairman; Tau Beta Pi Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Band.

Karl Anthony Behrend Wellesley, Massachusetts; Chemical Engineering; Phi Delta Theta, Social Chairman; AlChE; Hockey

Club.
Gary
E.

Behler

Karl A.

Behrend

Peter Oleg Belevich Engineering.

Carversville, Pennsylvania;

Mechanical

David G.

Bell

gineering, (not pictured)

Alberto R.
ing; AIIE.

Sharon
letic

L.

— Coppersburg, Pennsylvania; Mechanical En— Managua, Nicaragua; EngineerBeltz — Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Accounting; Women's
Belli

Industrial

Basketball, Co-captain; Epitome, Sports Editor;

Women's

Ath-

Council.

Harry C. Benner Tau Beta Pi.
Frances H.

— Lansdale, Pennsylvania; Benson — Pennsylvania;
Pineville,

Civil Engineering;

Industrial EnPi,

gineering; Dean's List; Pi Mu, Secretary; AIIE.

Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta

Alpha

Mary Louise Benz Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Mathematics; Dean's List; Sophomore Honors; L.U.V.
Frances H. Benson

Mary

L.

Benz
199

Albert P. Berg IV gineering; WLVR.

En— Doylestown, Pennsylvania; Michael Patrick Bergan — Aidsley, Pennsylvania; Mechanical
Electrical

Engineering;

Congdon House,
Pi

President;
Pi;

Freshman, Sophoi

more Honors; RHC.

Tau Sigma; Tau Beta

ASME; Russian Club;

Union, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering; Freshman Honors; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Society of Women Engineers; Varsity Rifle Team, Co-captain.

Nancy Lynne Berger

J
Albert
P.

Berg IV

Michael

P.

Bergan

Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Biology; Pamela R. Berner Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Backgammon Club; Psychology Club; Ski Club; Tau Lambda Chi.

.

— Springtown, Pennsylvania; EnEnGeorge M. Bensenyei — Allentown, Pennsylvania; Arnold Air Society. gineering; Freshman Honors; EnJames Francis Betzwieser — Albany, New York; gineering; Kappa Sigma, Treasurer; Accounting and Finance; Black — Flanders, New Jay Campaign. Phi Kappa Theta, Treasurer; Senior Class EngineerDavid Ray Blanset — Annapolis, Maryland;
Blair R.

Bernhardt

Industrial

gineering; AIIE.

Electrial

IEEE;

Industrial

AIIE.

E.

Jersey;

Gift

Electrical

Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu; Schlumberger Foundation Award; Karate Club; Philosophy Club; Computer Society.
ing;

Alison Carla Blew

Gamma Delta, Guard; Lambda Mu Sigma; Marketing
Alpha

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Marketing; Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta;
Club, Treasurer.

Pamela

R.

Berner

Blair R. Bernhardt

William Matthew Blier

York, Pennsylvania; Economics/ Psychology; Zeta Psi; Gryphon Society, President; Dean's List; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Psi Chi; Junior Varsity Baseball.

Megan
Field

Clare Blust

— Rydal —

Pennsylvania; Marketing; Varsity

Hockey, Co-captain; Varsity Swimming; Varsity Lacrosse; Marketing Club.
Paramus, Mitchell Lee Boden Alpha Mu, Steward; SAC.

New Jersey;

Marketing; Sigma

Ridgewood, New Jersey; English; Sigma Tau Betsie Bolger Delta; Equestrian Club; Sigma Eta Psi; Amaranth.

Wendy

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Industrial Beth Bollman Engineering; Gamma Phi Beta, Secretary, Steward; AIIE; Senior Class Executive Council.

Crece Coeur, Missouri; Finance; Jonathan Stuart Bomze Alpha Chi Rho. (not pictured)

lames

F.

Betzwieser

Jay

E.

Black

Thomas

— Paul Damian Bosco — West Hartford, Connecticut;
man.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial J. Bortolotto Engineering; AIIE; Intramurals.
Electrical

Engineering; Alpha Chi Rho, Vice-president; IEEE, Vice ChairArlington Heights, Illinois; Industrial Lawrence A. Bowman Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta; Dean's List; I.E. Council; AIIE, Vice-president.

Mitchell

L.

Boden

Betsie Bolger

200

Nancy

L.

Berger

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George M. Besenyei

David

R.

Blanset

Alison C. Blew

William M. Blier

Megan

C. B lust

Wendy

B.

Bollman

Thomas

|.

Bortolotto

Paul D. Bosco

Lawrence

A.

Bowman
201

David A. Boyuka

Katrina

L.

Branting

Susan

E.

Bregstein

Donald W. Breisch

Jeffrey A.

Brooks

Bernard Brown

David

L.

Brown,

]r.

Gregory

A.

Brown

Michael W. Brown

Robert

S.

Brown

lohn

K.

Brubaker

Randall C. Brust

John C. Buckingham

Randall G. Buckley

Melissa M. Buckmaster

Minh Nguyen

Bui

202

ical

David Andrew Boyuka Walnutport, Pennsylvania; MechanEngineering; Dean's List; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi.

Katrina Louise Branting Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Scott Paper Award; Class of 1904 Scholarship; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; AlChE, Secretary-Treasurer; Residence Halls Council, President; Epitome, Scheduling Editor; Choir; Orchestra; Society of Women Engineers; Music at Lehigh.
Scarsdale, New York; Marketing; MarSusan Ellen Bregstein keting Club; Marching Band; Concert Band; Woodwind Quintet; Wind Ensemble.

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Industrial Donald William Breisch Engineering; Kappa Sigma, House Manager; Dean's List; Alpha Pi Mu; Sophomore Honors; AIIE; Hockey Club; Epitome, Living Groups Editor.

Thomas

).

Brennan

III

William D. Brennan

— William Doig Brennan — Old Westbury, New York; AccountThomas
Scranton, Pennsylvania; Electrical J. Brennan III Engineering; IEEE; Bioengineering Society.
ing;

Sigma

Phi,

Rush Chairman, Social Chairman; Investment

Club; Sailing Club.
Fairview Park, Ohio; Chemical EngineerJeffrey A. Brooks ing; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Steward; AlChE; Varsity

Swimming; Senior Class
Bernard Brown Psi; SAC; BSU.
L.

Gift

Campaign.
Jersey;

— Somerville, New Accounting; Zeta EngineerNew York; David Brown — Sigma Gregory Allen Brown — Baltimore, Maryland; Mechanical EnSophomore Honors; ASME. gineering; Dean's New EnMalissa Anne Brown — Tinton ASCE. gineering; Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Brown — Schenectady, New York; Accounting; Marcus
Fayetteville,
Industrial

ing;

Phi Epsilon.

List;

Falls,

Jersey; Civil

Pi;

Fair

Sophomore Honors;
ter.

L.U.V.; Ski Club; Harrisburg

Urban Semes-

Michael
Robert

W. Brown
Brown

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Biology;

Wrestling, Co-captain;
S.

EIWA Champion.

Green Lane, Pennsylvania; Mechanical

Engineering.

John Kimmell Brubaker House, Social Chairman.

Essex, Connecticut; Finance Smiley

Randall C. Brust Willow Grove, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors.
Paul Joseph Bruxelles
Psi,

— Wilmington, Delaware; Finance; Chi
Campaign;
Civil

Secretary; Varsity Football; Senior Class Gift

Investment Club.

Mark
Paul
|.

Chi; ASCE; Varsity Rifle
Bruxelles

Mark

).

Bubel

J.

— Media, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Theta Team; Club; Photography Club. Christopher Buckingham — Westminster, Maryland;
J.

Bubel

Ski

Mechanical Engineering; Bishopthorpe; Tau Beta Sigma; ASME.

Pi;

Pi

Tau

Danville, Pennsylvania; Chemical Randall George Buckley Engineering; Wilbur Mathematics Prize; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Junior Varsity Baseball.

try;

Westfield, New Jersey; ChemisMelissa Marsh Buckmaster ROTC Scholarship; Presidential Prize Scholarship; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; ROTC.

Palmyra, Pennsylvania; Biology; Dean's Minh Nguyen Bui List; Sophomore Honors; L.U.V.; International Club; Health
Professions Society.

John Mark Bula Club; Judo Club.
lurgy;

Erie,

Pennsylvania; Finance; Investment

Gregory John Buragino

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Metal-

Sophomore Honors; ASM-AIME.

]ohn M. Bula

Gregory

J.

Buragino

203

West Pittston, Pennsylvania; Economics/ Government; Alpha Tau Omega; Pre-Law Society; Gryphon
Joseph D. Burke
Society.

Karen Mary Burke Government; Alpha
Frank

Phi;

Pittsburgh, R. Burnette ill Finance; Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice-president; Investment Club.

— Torrington, Connecticut; Journalism/ Brown and White. — Pennsylvania; Accounting'
Industrial

— Bayside, New York; Engineering; — Peterborough, New Hampshire; ChemiBurwick, Jack Engineering; AlChE; Boxing Club; Club; Rugby Club. Lauretta Marie Bushar — Havertown, Pennsylvania; Biology; Chairman; L.U.V.; Class of '79 graduate. Williams, Paul Bushway — Framingham, Massachusetts; Finance;
Mitchell
J.

Burte

Sigma Alpha Mu, Steward.
L.
Jr.

cal

Ski

Social

F.

Psi

loseph D. Burke

Karen M. Burke

Upsilon, Vice-president; Freshman, Dean's List; IFC.

Sophomore Honors;

Maplewood, New Jersey; Fine Arts; John Christopher Butkus Delta Upsilon; Art and Architecture Society; Varsity Lacrosse;
Varsity Football.

Nazareth, Pennsylvania; Computer EnSandra K. Butler gineering; Williams Prize Acting; Davis Award; Mustard and Cheese; Forum.
Short Hills, New Jersey; Electrical John Nicholas Butterly Engineering; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Freshman Honors; IEEE; Alpha
Phi

Omega;

Railroad Club.

Nancy Louise Butts Levittown, Pennsylvania; Psychology and Theater; Sophomore Honors; Williams Acting Prize; Choir, President; Woodwind Quintet; Music at Lehigh; Concert Band; Psychology Club; German Club; Mustard and Cheese, Theater
Representative; L.U.V.

Antonia Lynn Caimi Northbrook, Illinois; Accounting; Lacrosse; Senior Class Executive Committee; Judo Club; Ski Club; in Business.

Paul

F.

Bushway

John C. Butkus

Women

Kimberly Ann Caldwell ism; Brown and White;
J.

— North Haven, Connecticut; JournalWLVR; Rho Gamma
Kappa.
Jersey;

Robert Campbell — North Brunswick, New Brodhead House. — White Thomas Campbell,
ing;

AccountYork;

Justin

1st

Plains,

New

Accounting/Finance; Theta Delta Chi, Secretary; Varsity Swimming; Rugby Club.

— Haddonfield, New Social RelaVarsity Basketball; ROTC. Alan Drew Cander — Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; Urban Studies; Sophomore Honors; Dean's Forum. Joy Capalli — Brookhaven, New York; Government;
Brian T.
tions;

Camperson Kappa Sigma;

Jersey;

List;

Lisa

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Lehigh Listening Line; Brown and White; Pre-law Society.
Franklin P. Capuano Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; AIIE; L.U.V.

Kimberly

A.

Caldwell

Robert

|.

Campbell

Bruce

E.

Card


Jr.

Warrington, Pennsylvania; Electrical En-

gineering; Brodhead.

James H. Carter,
ciety;

— Sussex, Wisconsin;

ing; AIIE; Junior Varsity Soccer;

Industrial EngineerInvestment Club; Gryphon So-

Outing Club.

Robert John Casparian Boonton, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering; Chi Phi, Secretary; Freshman, Sophomore Honors;

ASME;

IFC.
Jersey; Civil

Jeffrey D. Cass Varsity Baseball.

— Clark, New Engineering; Junior Noreen Rita Cassidy — North Wales, Pennsylvania; AccountSophomore Honors;

ing;

Women

in

Business; SAC.

Franklin

P.

Capuano

Bruce

E.

Card

204

Frank

R.

Burnette

Mitchell

I.

Burte

Jack

L.

Burwick,

Jr.

Lauretta M. Bushar

Sandra

K.

Butler

John N. Butterly

Nancy

L.

Butts

Antonia

L.

Caimi

Thomas

J.

Campbell

Brian

T.

Camperson

Alan D. Cander

Lisa

J.

Cappalli

James H. Carter,

Jr.

Robert

J.

Casparian

Jeffrey D.

Cass

Noreen

R.

Cassidy

205

Peter

P.

Chromiak

Glenn

A. Cianci

Dennis

P.

Clark

Lois

|.

Clark

Peter D. Cleff

lohn

P.

Clough IV

Peter

S.

Cohen

Robert

W. Cohen

206

Stella

Staten Island, New York; Metallurgy; Diane Chakeres Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi, Secretary; Mustard and Cheese; Epitome; Student Metallurgy
Society; Society of

Women

Engineers.

Gary K. Chan Tau Epsilon Phi,
Gary
K.

— Queens,

New

President, Rush

York; Chemical Engineering; Chairman.

Chan

Owen

A.

Chang,

)r.

Owen Andrew
John Y. Chen
ing;

Cinnaminson, New Jersey; Chang, Jr. Mechanical Engineering; Beardslee; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Frisbee Club.

— Ridgewood, —

New

Jersey;

Chemical EngineerChemical

Freshman Honors; String Quintet; Orchestra; Karate Club.
Cilbertsville, Pennsylvania;

Judy Diane Chesney

Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; AlChE.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; Vivian Kathleen Chou Health Professions Society; L.U.V.; Lehigh Christian Fellowship.

Peter P.

Chromiak

— Allentown,

Pennsylvania; Electrical En-

gineering.

Boonton, New Jersey; Chemical EnGlenn Angelo Cianci gineering; AlChE; Junior Varsity Football.

|udy D. Chesney

Vivian

K.

Chou

West Chester, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; Beta Theta Pi, Vice-president, House Manager; National Merit Scholarship.
Dennis Paul Clark
Lois Jean Clark

— Easton, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy; Freshman,
of

Sophomore Honors; Student Metallurgy Society; Society Women Engineers; ASM-AIME; Swim Team.

Mindy Sue
gy;

Clearfield

Alpha

Phi; Girl Scout Leader.

Pamela Ann

— Lower Moreland, Pennsylvania; BioloCleaver — Boyertown, Pennsylvania; Mathe-

Dean's matics; Williams Prize in Acting; Freshman Honors; Editor-in-Chief; Mustard List; Omicron Delta Kappa; Epitome, and Cheese, Secretary; Russian Club, Treasurer; Forum IX;
L.U.V.

— John Paul Clough IV — Sayre, Pennsylvania; Economics/Urban Club. Upsilon; Investment Club; Studies; Peter Steven Cohen — Old Westbury, New York; Government;
Psi

Moorestown, New Jersey; Mechanical Peter Daniel Cleff Engineering; Sigma Nu, Vice-president.
Sailing

Mindy

S.

Clearfield

Pamela

A.

Cleaver

Phi Society;

Gamma

Delta, President; Junior Varsity Football; Pre-law

Brown and White.

Blauvelt, New York; Sociology; Beta Robert William Cohen Research Assistant; Varsity BaseStudent List; Dean's Pi; Theta
ball;

Pre-law Society; L.U.V.

James KenyonColket— Gladstone, New Jersey; Civil Engineering; Kappa Sigma; ASCE; Varsity Squash; Junior Varsity Tennis; Ski Club; Epitome; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Donald Alan Collins

Southampton, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Beardslee; Freshman Honors; AlChE.

lames

K.

Colket

Donald

A. Collins

207

Michael John Connor Conshohocken, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Phi Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Freshman Honors; Newman Association, President; Pre-law Society; Brown and White; IFC; Senior Class Executive Committee;

RHC.

ogy; Freshman,
tra;

William Christopher Conyers Severna Park, Maryland; BiolSophomore Honors; Dean's List; Johnathan B. Elkins Freshman Cup; Concert Band; Marching Bands; OrchesBrass Quintet.

David James Cook
Philosophy.

East Berlin, Pennsylvania;

Biology/

Walter R. Cook Shamokin, Pennsylvania; Social Relations; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Social Relations
Club.

Joseph John Cooke

York; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice-president, Treasurer; Junior Varsity Soccer.
Melville,

New

Kfct.N
Michael
|.

SM

Connor

James Timothy Cooper
Michael G. Cosmos
gineering; Alpha

— Lancaster,

Pennsylvania; Manage-

ment; Delta Chi; Karate Club.

— Emmaus,

Lambda Omega-Tau Lambda

Pennsylvania; Chemical EnChi, Vice-

president; Phi Eta Sigma.

Suzanne M. Courtright
ical

— Wallingford, Pennsylvania; Mechan-

Engineering;

Phi

Omega;

Sail

Society of Women Engineers; Alpha Club; Off-campus Housing Association.

ASME;

David Burton Cox

Baltimore, Maryland; Civil Engineering; Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer; Track; ASCE; Mustard and Cheese.

Elizabeth Helene Crits Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania; Marketing; Alpha Gamma Delta, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman; Marketing Club, Secretary.
II Linden New Jersey; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Bridge Club; Skydiving Club; Lehigh Valley Grotto.

Arthur R. Croucher

Michael C. C<

Suzanne M. Courtright

Carol Marie Crowe Woodbury, New Jersey; Metallurgy; Student Metallurgy Society, Secretary; Women's Volleyball/
Lacrosse.

Charles E. Crowley Wellesley, Massachusetts; Finance; Phi Delta Theta, Vice-president; Social Chairman.

Marie-Laure
ing;

F. Cunliffe Maplewood, Sophomore Honors; French Club.

New

Jersey;

Account-

Wayne Tyler Curry Woodstown, gineering; Phi Delta Theta; AlChE.
David Charles Dalnodar
gineering; Freshman,

New

Jersey;

Chemical EnElectrical En-

Wayne, New Jersey; Sophomore Honors.

Sharan L. Daniel Indianapolis, Indiana; Journalism/French; Alpha Gamma Delta; Army ROTC Scholarship; Phi Eta Sigma; Women's Swim Team; Choir; Brown and White, Managing Editor;

ROTC.

Louis J. D'Annibale Allentown, Pennsylvania; Business; Delta Upsilon; Varsity Football.

Charles

E.

Crowley

Marielaure

F.

Cunliffe

Leamon Louis Davenport

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;

Chemical Engineering; AlChE; B.S.U.
Brian A. Day York, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Bridge Club.

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemistry. — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; ChemisAaron C. Deditch — Lewiston, Maine; Engineering;
David A. DeCrosta

Mark Thomas DeCrosta
try.

Electrical

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Vice-president; IEEE, Vice-Chairman; Pre-law Society; Ski Club.

Thomas Fred Dehel
Engineering;

— Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Computer
President's

AFROTC

Award; Air Force ROTC.

Leamon
208

L.

Davenport

Brian A.

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Walter

R.

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Joseph

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T.

Cooper

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David

B.

Cox

Arthur

R.

Croucher

II

Carol M.

Crowe

Wayne

T.

Curry

David

C.

Dalnodar

Sharan

L.

Daniel

Louis

|.

D'Annibale

David

A.

DeCrosta

Mark

T.

DeCrosta

Aaron

C.

Deditch

Thomas

F.

Dehel

209

David Anthony Del Guercio
Biology; Phi

— North

Caldwell,

New

Jersey;
Ski

Gamma

Delta; Soccer;

Rugby Club, Treasurer;
Society.
Jersey;

Club; Brown and White;

Carol Ann Delia
ing;
tary.

Newman Lebanon, New

Alpha

Gamma

Delta, Activities

Chemical EngineerChairman; Ski Club, Secre-

gineering;

En— Pennsylvania; Biochemistry. Lucinda DeMarco — Blue Laura Sue Dembicer — Ardsley, New York; Accounting;

Hamden, Connecticut; Mechanical Donna Marie Delio ASME; Society of Women Engineers.
Bell,

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's Mustard and Cheese.

List;

Beta Alpha

Psi;

Upper Montclair, New Jersey; Christopher John DePhillips Psychology; Alpha Chi Rho, Pledge Master; Sophomore Honors.

David A. DelCuerico

Carol A. Delia

Anthony Joseph DeRiso,
Dean's
List;

Jr

— —

Cliffside Park,

New

Jersey; Bio-

logy; Beta Theta Pi, Steward;

Freshman, Sophomore Honors;

L.U.V.

Louis Michael DeStefano

Devon, Pennsylvania; Biology;

Sophomore Honors; Health

Profession Society; L.U.V.

Berwyn, Pennsylvania; Craig DeStefano Paul Management/Marketing; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Prelaw Society; Forum; Brown and White.
Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Economics; Terese Rose Deutsch Gamma Phi Beta; Cheerleaders; Powder Puff; Senior Class Executive Committee; Investment Club.
Janet B.

Dezube

Richard R.
ical

— Colon DiAntonio —
Pi

ia,

New Jersey;
Hanover,

Fundamental Science.

East

New

Jersey;

MechanAnthony
Deriso,

Lambda Phi, Vice-president, Freshman Honors; ASME; Varsity Lacrosse; IFC.
Engineering;

Secretary;
J.

Fort Washington, Pennsylvania; ElectriJohn Edward Dickol cal Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; WLTN; German

Jr.

Louis M. DeStefano

Table.

— Chesterland, Ohio; Engineering; John Joseph DiPietro — Valley Stream, New York; Accounting; Dean's Brown and White; Accounting New Accounting/ Kirk Joseph Dischino —
Dean
A. Dilillo
Industrial

Varsity Wrestling.

List;

Internship.

Fairfield,

Jersey;

Finance; Sophomore Honors; Dean's Skydiving Club.

List;

Beta Alpha

Psi;

Gilbert Everett Doan III Narberth, Pennsylvania; Technical Theater; Davis Award in Theater; Scabbard and Blade; Army ROTC; Lehigh Rangers; Mustard and Cheese.

Robert Benedict Doherty Berwick, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; AIIE; Cross-Country; Republican Club; Forum.

— Doylestown, Pennsylvania; Computer Scott Ronald Doila — Wernersville, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; AlChE; Club. — Mario Ferreira Domingues Hellertown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; AFROTC Scholarship. — Glenside, Pennsylvania; Journalism; James A. Donahue Beardslee, Secretary; Cross-Country; Track; Brown and White. — Summit, New Robert Aloysius Donohue
J.

Christopher Dolan

John

E.

Dickol

Dean

A. Dilillo

Engineering; IEEE;

WLVR.

Ski

III

III

Jersey; Interna-

Relations; Gryphon Society; Club; Frisbee Team.
tional

Dean's

List;

Pre-law; IR

David M. Donovan Westport, Connecticut; Marketing; Alpha Sigma Phi, Social Chairman; Marketing Club; Varsity Swimming; Water Polo Club.

210

A
Donna M. Delio
Lucinda Demarco
Laura
S.

Dembicer

Christopher

J.

DePhillips

Paul C. DeStefano

Terese

R.

Deutsch

)ohn

J.

DiPietro

Kirk

J.

Dischino

Gilbert

E.

Doan

III

Robert

B.

Doherty

Mario

F.

Domingues

lames A. Donahue

III

Robert A.

Donohue

David M. Donovan
211

lames M. Downs

Stanley A. Dranginis

Robert

L.

Drummey

Frances V.A.

Dudman

Michael

|.

Dugan

Jeffrey P.

Dunn

Richard W.

Dunne

loseph

|.

Durkin

Margaret

L.

Ehrich

Loris A. Eisenhart

Amr

M.

El

Agizy

Douglas

E.

Elia

Susan

L.

Erickson

lohn

B.

Evans,

)r.

Richard A. Evans

Rosalind Evans

212

James M. Downs
gineering.

New

Providence,

New

Jersey; Civil En-

Stanley Anthony Dranginis
istry; Leavitt;

— Levittown, Pennsylvania; ChemPi;

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta

Foot-

ball.

Robert Lloyd
Engineering; Chess Club.

Drummey

Simsbury, Connecticut; Electrical

Lambda Chi Alpha, Steward; Freshman Honors;

Cordon

D. Duff

Patrick D. Duff

— West Auburn, Maine; Finance; SwimBusiness. Gymnastics Club; Women — History; Chi Simsbury, Connecticut; Gordon Davidson Duff Lacrosse. Accounting; Beta Theta Patrick Duff — Waldwick, New President, Rush Chairman; Dean's Accounting/ Dugan — New Milford, New Michael
Frances V.

Dudman

ming Team;
Psi;

Ski Club;

in

Jersey;

Pi,

List.

Jersey; Delta, Recording Secretary; Freshman Honors; Varsity Football; Senior Class Investment Committee.
J.

Finance; Phi

Gamma

Jeffrey Paul gineering.

Dunn

Kenilworth,

New

Jersey; Industrial En-

Richard William

Dunne

— Harwich, Massachusettes;

Civil En-

gineering; Phi Delta Theta, Secretary; Co-captain; Track.

ASCE; Cross Country,

Middletown, New Jersey; Finance/ Joseph J. Durkin Accounting; Smiley, Vice-president; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; L.U.V.

Gamma

Richard H. Earl Delta;

— Valley Stream,

New

York; Journalism; Phi

Roy Lewis Trophy; Brown and White;

Wrestling;

Rugby Club.

Westfield, Katharine Sue Eberhart Finance; Gamma Phi Beta.
Richard H. Earl
Katharine
S.

Eberhart

Margaret

L.

Ehrich

— Accounting/ New — Wilmington, Delaware; Finance;
Jersey;

Gamma
L.U.V.
;

Phi Beta; Freshman,

Sophomore Honors; Dean's

List;

Forum; Marketing Club;

Women

in

Business.

Quakertown, Pennsylvania; History; Loris Anne Eisenhart Alpha Phi; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Panhellenic.

Amr
tant.

Mostafa

El

Agizy

Clifton,

New

Jersey;

Chemical En-

gineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Arabic Club, President; National Science Foundation Research Assis-

Douglas

E. Elia

Intramurals.

Leola, Pennsylvania; Electrical EnJohn Franklin gineering; Beta Theta Pi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Eta Kappa Nu; Judo Club.

— Staten Emmitt —

Island,

New

York; Civil Engineering;

Robert Lewis Epstein
Emmitt

York, Pennsylvania; Finance; Theta Delta Chi; Varsity Basketball, Tri-captain; Investment Club.

lohn

F.

Robert

L.

Epstein

Kingston, New York; Chemical EngineerSusan L. Erickson ing; AlChE; Society of Women Engineers; Varsity Swimming.
Riverside, Connecticut; Civil EnJohn Benjamin Evans, Jr. gineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; ASCE; Alpha Phi Omega; Skydiving Club; Chess Club; Sailing Club.

Richard Alton Evans
ical

Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania;

Mechan-

Engineering; Sigma Phi, President.

Rosalind Evans

Cherry

Hill,

New

Jersey;
List;

Geophysics;
Phi Eta Sigma;

Gamma
Field

House Manager; Dean's Hockey; Lacrosse; Geology Club.
Phi Beta,

Fairfield, Connecticut; Elysa P. Fabian List; Pre-law Society; Equestrian Club.

Government; Dean's

Joseph Vincent Fagan,

Jr.

Allentown, Pennsylvania;

Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha; International Relations Club.

AFROTC

Scholarship; IFC;

oseph

V. Fagan,

Jr.

213

Great Neck, New York; Marketing; Delta Tail J. Falk Delta; Sophomore Honors; Varsity Track; Hillel Society; Marketing Club.

William

Glen Ridge, New jersey; Chemical EnMary Jay Farmer gineering; Freshman Honors; AlChE; Society of Women Engineers; Varsity Tennis; Ski Club; Backgammon Club; Percussion Ensemble; Marching Band.
Alexandra Fatula Reading, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu; Tau Beta Pi; AIIE; Society of Women Engineers; Alpha Phi Omega; Activities Spirit Association; Brown and White.
David Wiek Fauntleroy Geneva, Illinois; Metallurgy; Alpha Chi Rho, President; Brown and White, Photography Editor.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; British LiteraRuth Marie Feaver Williams Essay Award; Sigma Tau Delta; Mustard and Cheese; Lehigh Christian Fellowhip.
ture:

Basil John Fedynyshyn Clayton, California; Industrial Engineering; Sigma Nu, House Manager; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu, President; AIIE; Newman Association.

William

|.

Falk

Mary

J.

Farmer

Deborah Ann Feiertag

— Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Information

and Communication Science; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List.
Trenton, New Jersey; journalism/ Joseph M. Feller Psychology; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master; Psychology Club; Mustard and Cheese; Brown and White; Epitome.

Theodore William Fenicle Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi;
Student Metallurgy Society, Treasurer;

ASM-AIME.

Edward John
Dean's
List;

Fiedler

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Journalism;

WLRN,

Business Manager; Brown and White, Fea-

tures Editor.

David George Figueroa Chappaqua, New York; Accounting; Sigma Phi, President, Rush Chairman; Brown and White.

Donald Arthur

— Fink — Scotch

Plains,

New

Jersey; Finance;

Deborah

A. Feiertag

Joseph M. Feller

Smiley, President; Cross Country; Track; L.U.V.; Investment Club; IRCIub.

Seth Joseph Finkel Livingston, New jersey; Finance/ Marketing; Sigma Alpha Mu; Dean's List.

Michael

J. Finley Psychology/Social Relations; Dean's

— — Huntingdon

Valley, Pennsylvania;
List;

Varsity Basketball.

Wyoming, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy; Tau Jean Marie Fisher Beta Pi; Student Metallurgical Society; Society of Women Engineers.

James M. Flanagan
Edie

— Summit, New
List; Psi

Jersey; Industrial Engineer-

ing; Phi Delta Theta, President, Secretary; AIIE; IFC.
J.

Flueso

— Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Psychology; SophoChi; Equestrian Club; Psychology Lambda Chi; Town House;

more Honors; Dean's

Club; Backgammon Club; Tau Pan-Hellenic Society.

Nancy Susan Fluhr Wanamassa, New jersey; Industrial Engineering; AIIE; judo Club; Powder Puff.
Perry Fooskas Wallingford, Pennsylvania; Biology; Phi Eta Sigma; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Junior Varsity Baseball; Ski Club; Health Professions Club.
S.

Seth

J.

Finkel

Michael

).

Finley

Timothy

F.

Forcey

— Woodland,

Pennsylvania; Chemical EnList;

gineering; Freshman, Tau Beta Pi.

Sophomore Honors; Dean,s

AlChE;

Michael Wendell Ford

Varsity Football; B.S.U.;

Kansas City, Missouri; Psychology; Forum; Le Compane.

gineering;
L.

— Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Mechanical EnMark Fortney — Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering. Sarah Fortney — Wilmington, Delaware; journalism/
Donald
L.

Forker

ASME.

L.

Government;

Gamma

Senior Cla>;s Secretary;

Phi Beta, Pledge Master; Powder Puff; Brown and White; Big Sister Program.
Stephen
P.

Fooskas

Timothy

F.

Forcey

214

Alexandra Fatula

David W. Fauntleroy

Ruth M. Feaver

Basil

).

Fedynyshyn

Theodore W. Fenicle

Edward

).

Fiedler

David C. Figueroa

Donald

A. Fink

lean M. Fisher

lames M. Flanagan

Edith

J.

Flueso

Nancy

S.

Fluhr

Michael W. Ford

Donald

L.

Forker

Mark

L.

Fortney

Sarah

L.

Fortney

215

D.ivid

P.

Fox

Paul

|.

Fox

leffrey

W. Frankenburg

Guy

S.

Frankenfield

Thomas

R.

Friebus

Donald

|.

Fries,

|r

Barbara A. Froberg

lames M. Fuller

Margaret

A.

Gaydos

216

David Perry Fox Management; Theta
Club.

Holmdel,

New

jersey;

Finance/

Xi, Secretary;

Investment Club; Marketing

Oakmont, Pennsylvania; Computer EnPaul Gaston Fox gineering; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Frisbee Team; Philosophy Club; Computing Center Assistant.

Wilmington, Delaware; ChemiJeffrey Walter Frankenburg cal Engineering; Delta Chi, Social Chairman; Freshman Honors;

Richard H. Freeman

Robert M. Frey
ical

AlChE.

Emmaus, Pennsylvania; MechanFrankenfield Engineering; Phi Delta Theta, Vice-president, House Manager; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; ASME; Varsity BaseballRussian Club; Ping Pong Club.

Guy Samuel

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Richard Hunter Freeman Chemical Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Treasurer; Freshman Honors: Ice Hockey Club; IFC; WLVR; L.U.V.
Freehold, New Jersey; Chemical Robert Martin Harold Frey Engineering; Psi Upsilon, Steward; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; AlChE; Mustard and Cheese.

Thomas Richard
Donald
J.

Friebus

— Johnstown,

Pennsylvania; Chemi-

cal Engineering; Theta Delta Chi;
Fries, Jr.
Pi

Sophomore Honors.

Engineering;

New Providence, New Jersey; Chemical Kappa Alpha, Vice-president, Secretary; AlChE, President; Newman Association; IFC; Glee Club.
Easton, Pennsylvania; Psychology/ Barbara Ann Froberg Natural Science; Dean's List; Psychology Club; Women's Caucus, President.

Craig

).

Garen

Peter

P.

Garibaldi,

|r.

James Michael Fuller Engineering; Tau Beta can Chemical Society;

— Spring Grove, Pennsylvania; Chemical
Pi;

Newman

Phi Eta Sigma; Outing Club; AmeriSociety.

Bay Shore, New York; Electrical EnCraig Joseph Garen gineering; Alpha Chi Rho, Steward; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; IEEE.
Cranbury, New Jersey; Biology; Peter P. Garibaldi, Jr. Kappa Alpha, Vice-president, Steward; Varsity Football.

James Owens
Economics;
Pi

— Gaston — —

Pi

Lambda

Phi;

Westport, Connecticut; Finance/ Chess Club; Rugby Club; Invest-

ment Club; L.U.V.
Bridgewater, New Jersey; Finance; Gaston Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Presidential Prize Scholarship; Leonard Pool Scholarship; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma, President; Phi Beta Kappa; Residence Halls Concessions, ManPatricia Louise
ager;
Patricia
L.

RHC.

Gaston

Thomas G. Gates

Thomas Gregory Gates
ical

— Manheim,
List;

Engineering; Psi Upsilon,

Sophomore Honors; Dean's
Margaret Ann Gaydos

Pennsylvania; MechanHouse Manager; Freshman, Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Cut and

Thrust Society; Arnold Air Svciety.

— Cherry —

Hill,

New

Jersey; Industrial

Engineering; AIIE; Varsity Lacrosse; Varsity Swimming; Ski Club; Senior Class Executive Committee.

Emmaus, Pennsylvania; Foreign CaKermit K. Gehman, Jr. reers; German House, Steward; Alpha Lambda Omega-Tau

Lambda

Chi.

Steven Neal Geiger
r-Jonors; IEEE.

Telford, Pennsylvania; Electrical En-

gineering; Psi Upsilon,

House Manager; Freshman, Sophomore

Kermit

K.

Gehman,

)r.

Steven N. Geiger

217

Amy

Mountainside, New Jersey; Marketing; Jo Geltzeiler Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Marketing Club;
in

Women

Business; L.U.V.

— Scott Dexter Geraghty — Columbia, Maryland; International Steward; Relations; Aipha Sigma — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Social RelaGerber Anne Brown and White; I.O.U.S.W., Volunteer. Dean's Glenn C. Gershenson — Rockville, Maryland; Accounting;
Allentown, Pennsylvania; Electrical William Louis Ceosits Engineering; WLVR; SAC.
Phi, President,

IFC.

Patricia

tions;

List;

Beta
sity

Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Soccer; Ski Club; I.R. Club.

Psi;

Junior Var-

Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Football; Boxing Club.
Kevin Henry Ghezzi

Conyngham, Pennsylvania; Finance; John Morse Chi Phi, Steward; Epitome, Photography Editor; Investment Club; Photography Club.
Aston, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnRichard Michael Giduck gineering; Delta Tau Delta, Vice-president; Freshman Honors; Junior Varsity Football; Boxing Club.

— Gicking —

Amy

|.

Geltzeiler

William

L.

Ceosits

Westfield, New Jersey; Management/ P. Giguere Marketing; Kappa Alpha, Vice-president; Varsity Track.

Marc

Haddonfield, New Jersey; Stephen Vincent Gimigliano Accounting/Finance; Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi, President; Beta Gamma Sigma, Vice-president; I.R. Club; IFC.

Westbury, New York; Finance/ Stanley Lloyd Glaser Marketing; Delta Upsilon; Junior Varsity Soccer; Junior Varsity Track; Rugby Club; IFC.
William H. Glenn

Gryphon

Society; Varsity Football.

Ann Marie

— New York, Glynn — Medway,
Women
in

New

York; Government;

Massachusetts; Foreign

John M. Gicking

Richard M. Giduck

Careers/French; paign.

Business; Senior Class Gift

Cam-

Jean Elizabeth Goddess

— Media, Pennsylvania;

Electrical En-

gineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Eta Society of Women Engineers.

Kappa Nu;

IEEE;

Ronald K. Godshalk, Jr. Bangor, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Smiley, Vice-president.

Computer

Frederick Charles Goldberg Merrick, New York; Marketing; Sigma Alpha Mu, Social Chairman; Brown and White; Marketing Club.

Michael David Goldberg Yardley, Pennsylvania; Finance/ Marketing; Sigma Alpha Mu; Leonard Pools Scholarship Award; Brown and White, Business Manager.

— Yonkers, New York; Accounting; Jay Harris Goldstein — Oakdale, New York; Accounting; vestment Club; Senior Class Campaign. — Easton, Pennsylvania; Music; George A. Gollub, Sigma; Music Ensembles. Phi Chandler Chemistry — Grey Goodman College, Pennsylvania; IndusCharles
Eric

H. Goldstein

Invest-

ment Club;.

In-

Gift

Ann Marie Glynn

lean

E.

Goddess

Jr.

Prize;

Eta

State

trial

Engineering; Theta

Xi,

more Honors; Dean's

List;

Tau Beta

Rush Chairman; Freshman, SophoPi; Alpha Pi Mu.

Caryn Lee Gorbunoff Edison, New Jersey; Government; Forum, Vice-Chairman; Brown and White; RHC; AETT Little
Sister.

Robert Cary Gordon North Miami Beach, Florida; Fundamental Science; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; American Chemical Society; L.U.V. Vice-president; Kiwanis Club; Hillel Society, Vice-president.
gineering;

Daniel Lee Gorenc Marlboro, New Jersey; Mechanical EnPhi Sigma Kappa; ASME; Football; judo, Ski, Sky-

diving Clubs.

lay H. Goldstein

George

A.

Gollub,

Jr.

218

AfctM
Glenn
C.

Gershenson

Kevin H. Ghezzi

Marc

P.

Ciguere

Stephen V. Gimigliano

Stanley

L.

Glaser

William H. Glenn

Ronald

K.

Godshalk,

Jr.

Frederick C. Goldberg

Michael D. Goldberg

Eric H. Goldstein

Charles G.

Goodman

Caryn

I.

Gorbunoff

Robert C. Gordon

Daniel

L.

Gorenc 219

Joseph A.

Gorman

Michael

|.

Gough

William

E.

Grady

III

Douglas

B.

Graff

fa
Brian H. Graver
Stacie M. Graves
Scott A.

Grayson

Diane

C.

Greco

William

L.

Grimm

Kathleen A. Grogan

Daniel

|.

Gross

Bernard

L.

Grove

III

220

Darien, Connecticut; Finance/ Joseph Anthony Gorman Marketing; Phi Gamma Delta, Social Chairman; Track and
Field.

trial

North Plainfield, New Michael James Gough Engineering; Sigma Chi, Steward; AME.
III

Jersey; Indus-

William Edward Grady

— Union, New
List;

Jersey;

Accounting/

Finance; Zeta Psi, Treasurer; Freshman, Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi, Secretary.

Sophomore Honors;

Douglas Brian Graff
ment; Beta Theta
Pi;

— Woodcliff Lake,
Dean's

New Jersey; GovernPhi Eta Sigma; Pre-law Soci-

ety; Hillel Society.

West Hartford, Connecticut; AccountAllan Keith Grande ing; Delta Phi, Secretary; Varsity Lacrosse; Boxing Club.

Gamma
Brian

Park, New Jersey; Accounting; Elizabeth S. Phi Beta; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi; Women in Business; Brown and White.

— Grasso — Kendall
Tau Delta.

Howard Graver

— Catasauqua, Pennsylvania;
Jersey;

Civil En-

gineering; Delta

Stacie
ing;

— Red Bank, New Scott Adam Grayson —
M. Graves AlChE; L.U.V.
Phi
nis;

Chemical Engineer-

Gamma

New Jersey; Accounting; Chairman; Varsity Golf; Varsity TenBoxing Club; Brown and White; Senior Class Gift CamSpringfield,

Delta, Social

paign; Junior Class, Vice-president.

Diane Catherine Greco
White.

— Armonk,
Powder

New

York; Government;

Women's Tennis; Off-campus Housing Association; Brown and
Yvonne M. Green

Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Spanish;
Puff.

Gamma
Yvonne M. Green
Robert D.

Phi Beta, President;

Creenbaum

Framingham, Massachusetts; Robert David Greenbaum Government; Washington Semester Program; Pre-law Society; Mustard and Cheese; Forum IX; Brown and White; Hillel; Marketing Club.

Anthony William Greener
Club;

Allentown, Pennsylvania;
Pi

Marketing/Mechanical Engineering;

Lambda

Phi;

Marketing
Phi

ASME.

John Joseph Grelis IV
Steven R. Gretter
gineering;
IEEE.

— Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania; ESRM;
Varsity Track

Kappa Theta, Vice-president;

Team.
Pi;

— Mountainville, New
Eta

Jersey; Electrical En-

Sophomore Honors;

Kappa Nu; Tau Beta

Short Hills, New Jersey; Finance; InCarol Louise Griffin vestment Club; Big Sister Program; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Francis V. Griffin, gineering; ASCE.

Jr.

Mark Steven
Francis V. Griffin
Jr.

of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Electrical Griffin Engineering; Freshman Honors; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE; Lehigh

— — Erdenheim, — King

Pennsylvania; Civil En-

Mark

S.

Griffin

Radio Network;

WLVR.

North Wales, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; William L. Grimm Freshman Honors; Dean's List; American Chemical Society.

Kathleen

Engineering; AIIE.

— Staten New York; Daniel James Gross — Hellertown, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Sophomore Honors; — Maryland; Bernard Lee Grove
Ann Grogan
Island,
IEEE.
III

Industrial

Electrical

Frederick,

Civil Engineer-

ing;

Sigma

Phi, Vice-president,

House Manager; ASCE; Outing

Club.
Jeffrey

Hayden Grube

— Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania; Mechanical
Sophomore Honors; Dean's
List;

Engineering; Freshman, Beta Pi; Ski Club.

Tau

Craig Club.

J.

Guiffre

— Stanford, Connecticut; Marketing; Marketing

(effrey H.

Grube

Craig

).

Guiffre

221

Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey; Kari Kristine Gulgrandsen Geophysics; Society of Physics Students; Cross-Country; Track-

Geology Club.
Charles

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; Economics/ E. Gutshall Finance; Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary, Rush Chairman; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Pre-law Society.
Clit'fside Park, New lersey; AccountRobert Martin Gutstein ing; Tau Epsilon Phi, Rush Chairman; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi.

Robert Theodore Haase
ing;

Phi

Gamma

Martinsville, New jersey; MarketDelta; Senior Class, Vice-president; Senior

Class Gift Campaign.

Kari K.

Gulbrandsen

Charles

E.

Gutshall,

|r.

Claude Joseph Hafner

II

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania;

Government/International Relations; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Democratic Club, President; Pre-law Society; Sailing Club; L.U.V.; I.R. Club; Skiing Club; Equestrian
Club.

Mary

Ellen

Hagan

Drexel

Hill,

Pennsylvania; Journalism/

Government; Sophomore Honors; Brown and White, Features Editor; Gryphon Society; Forum; Pre-law Society.

— Holland, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Mark David Hagler — Helena, Montana; Accounting; Sigma Nu, Steward; Sophomore Honors. EnRandall Matthew Haist — Ivyland, Pennsylvania;
David V. Hagenbuch
Engineering;

Sophomore Honors; Epitome; Brown and White.

Civil

gineering; Alpha

Sigma

Phi; Chi Epsilon, President;

Tau Beta

Pi;

ASCE.
Bedford Village, New York; Finance; Kenneth J. Hall vestment Club, Vice-president; Marketing Club.
Stacy Elizabeth Hall Theater; Powder Puff.

In-

David

V.

Hagenbuch

Mark

D. Hagler

— Villanova, Pennsylvania; Economics/ Chemistry; Senior Lynn A. Hammond — Wyckoff, New
Jersey;

Class, Treasurer;
ety.

Freshman Honors; American Chemical SociJersey;

Paramus, Michael Alex Hamouz Sigma Chi; Pre-law Society; S.A.C.
Engineering; Freshman, Beta Pi.

Government; — New David Patrick Harbove — Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Chemical

Sophomore Honors; Dean's

List;

Tau

Michael

).

Harding

ing; Zeta Psi; AIIE.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Geology; Dorene Joyce Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; Choir; ASCE; Geology Club; Society of

— Hari —

Suffern,

New

York; Industrial Engineer-

Women

Engineers.

— Jay Meredith Harper — Malvern, Pennsylvania; Urban —

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania; Civil David R. Harkins, Jr. Engineering; Psi Upsilon, President.
Studies;

Sigma Phi, Vice-president, Secretary; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Rugby Club; Ski Team.
Swampscott, Massachusetts; Marketing; Jo-Anne Sue Harris Gamma Phi Beta; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Powder Puff, Tri-captain; Marketing Club; Senior Class Executive Committee; London Semester; Brown and
White.

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey; AcKathleen Helen Hartman counting; Sophomore Honors; Field Hockey; Powder Puff; Gryphon
Society;

Women

in

Business; Forum.

222

Robert M. Gutstein

Robert

T.

Haase

Claude

J.

Hafner

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Mary

E.

Hagan

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Randall M. Haist

Kenneth

).

Hall

Stacy

E.

Hall

Lynn

A.

Hammond

Michael A.

Hamouz

David

P.

Harbove

Michael

J.

Harding

Dorene

J.

Hari

David

R.

Harkins

Jay M. Harper

Jo-Anne

S.

Harris

Kathleen H. Hartman

223

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-

Douglas

R.

Hartz

lay R.

Hawekotte

John

F.

Heidenreich

Donald

S.

Heimstaedt

Mark

R.

Hembarsky

Jonathan

|.

Henry

Thomas

|.

Hensler

Caroline C. Herald

William

A.

Herman

Karen M. Hespell

Wayne

S.

Hessler

|.

Martin Hewitt

Bruce C. Higley

loseph

S.

Hildebrant

Ronald

A.

Hinton

Robert

|.

Hirschhorn

224

Lititz, Pennsylvania; Fine Arts; Phi Delta Douglas R. Hartz Theta, Steward, Social Chairman.

Jay Robert

Hawekotte

Kitty

Science; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Dean's

Hawk, North Carolina; Natural List; Swimming.

Duxbury, Massachusetts; FiJohn Frederick Heidenreich nance; Theta Xi, Social Chairman; Ski Team, Co-captain, Brown and White; Investment Club; IFC.

Donald Spencer Heimstaedt
Engineering; Chi
Psi,

— Summit, New
New

Jersey; Industrial

Steward; AIIE; FMA.

Scott Arthur Helgans

— Scarsdale, —

York; Marketing;

Pi

Lambda
Club.
Scott A.

Phi, President; Varsity Lacrosse, Co-captain;

Marketing

Helgans

David

P.

Hellekjaer

David Per Hellekjaer

Tau Omega;
Engineering;
arship; Phi Eta

Bethesda, Maryland; Geology; Alpha Varsity Track, Captain, In Memorium.

Mark Robert Hembarsky
Pi

— Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania; Civil

Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Class of 1904 ScholDean's List; Tau Beta Pi, Vice-president; Chi Epsilon; Sigma; ASCE, Treasurer; Boxing Club.

Bethesda, Maryland; Biology; Squash; Epitome; Brown and White, Assistant Photo Editor;

Jonathan Joseph Henry

Forum

grant.

Thomas Joseph Hensler
Engineering; Wrestling.

— West Orange, New Caroline Gale Herald — West Chester, Pennsylvania; MarketJersey; Electrical
ing;

Alpha

Gamma

Delta,

Recording Secretary; Marketing

Club. Peter

Management;
Police.
Peter A.

New York City, New York; Urban Upsilon, Recording Secretary; WLTN; RHC; Residence Halls Security, Director; Army ROTC; Campus
Andrew Herkenham
Psi

Herkenham

Michael C. Herman

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; PhysMichael Gordon Herman ics; Theta Xi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Society of Physics Students; Choir; Brown and White.
Clark, New Jersey; Metallurgy; William Alexander Herman Psi Upsilon; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Student Metallurgical Society.

Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania; BiolKaren Marie Hespell ogy; Varsity Swimming.

Wayne Stephen

Hessler

gineering; Freshman Honors; Dean's
J. Martin Hewitt, Jr. Finance; Marketing Club;

— Media, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnAlChE. — Chappaqua, New York; Marketing/
List;

AMA.

Varsity

Holly Ruth Heyser — Tennis; Cheerleader; RHC. Damon John Hicks — Colts Neck,
Pi

Collegeville, Pennsylvania; Marketing;

New

Jersey; Electrical En-

gineering;
Holly
R.

Lambda

Phi, Treasurer; Eta
List;

Kappa Nu; Freshman,

Heyser

Damon

).

Hicks

Sophomore Honors; Dean's

IEEE; L.U.V.

Shaker Heights, Ohio; Civil Engineering; Bruce Gray Higley Delta Tau Delta, Secretay; L.U.V. Skiing Club.
;

Joseph Stephen Hildebrant — Catasauqua, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Kappa Alpha, Recording Secretary. Ronald Allan Hinton — Levittown, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Dean's Hirschhorn — Jericho, New York; Accounting; Robert Hockey Club; Bridge Club. Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Accounting; Thomas W. Hoens — South Orange, New Orienteering Club; Lehigh Rangers. Richard William Hogg — Scranton, Pennsylvania;
trical
List.
J.

Elec-

Ice

Jersey;

Electrical

Engineering; Leonard Pool Scholarship;
President.

Amateur Radio

Society,

Thomas W. Hoens

Richard W.

Hogg
225

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Journalism; Eric Hokenson Lambda Phi; AMA; Marketing Club; Brown and White.

Bernardsville, New Jersey; Finance; Zeta E. President; Class of 1904 Scholarship; Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman Basketball; IFC, President; Forum.

Kenneth
Psi,

— Holien —

Pi

Andrew David Hollingsworth

Wilmington, Delaware; Chemical Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; AlChE; Sailing Club; Forum.

Ridgewood, New Jersey; Chemical Stephen Louis Homey Engineering; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; AlChE; Junior Varsity Basketball; Brown and White, Desk Editor.
Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania; JournalLinda Christine Horn ism; Alpha Phi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Brown and White.

— Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania; EngineerClub. Barbara Jean Horvath — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Biology; Club. Club; Sophomore Honors; Dean's — Accounting; Tau Woodbury, Connecticut; Joseph Hotung Epsilon Accounting; Andrew Robert Hubsch — Westfield, New
Paul R. Horning
Civil

ing;

Kappa Sigma; ASCE;

Ski

List;

Sailing

IR

Phi.

Jersey;

Delta Phi, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi; Cross-Country; Track, Co-captain.

Charles

— Gregory A. Huffman —
F.

Huettner

gineering; Eta

Towaco, New Jersey; Electrical EnKappa Nu; Sophomore Honors; IEEE.

ing;

Thiensville, Wisconsin; Civil EngineerAlpha Tau Omega; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; ASCE,

President.

— Paso, Texas; Engineering. Ichihara — Lansdale, Pennsylvania; Accounting/ Todd Finance; Kappa Alpha; Photography Club; Glee Club. Margaret Louise Idecker — Coraopolis, Pennsylvania;
Steven
E.

Hussmann

El

Electrical

K.

ronmental Science and Resource Management; Dean's Eta Sigma; Lehigh Christian Fellowship; Outing Club.

List;

EnviPhi

— Livingston, New Biology; McConn. — Dover, New Jersey; Accounting; Mary Christine Choir. Isaacson — Roslyn, New York; Accounting; Sigma
Hiromu Imaeda
Jersey;
Inglis

Joel

S.

Alpha Mu, Treasurer, Rush Chairman; Freshman Honors; Beta Alpha Psi.

Andrew

R.

Hubsch

Charles

F.

Huettner

Duane

E. Ising

— Ocean

Gate,

New

Jersey;

Mechanical En-

gineering; German House, Manager; an's List; German Club; ASME.

Sophomore Honors; De-

Gilbert Craig Jacobs

Clayton
Zeta
Psi;

J.

Jacoby

— Wayne, Pennsylvania; Economics. — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Accounting;
IFC;

Sophomore Honors;

Pre-law Society;

WLVR,

News

Director.

Hiromu Imaeda
226

Mary

C. Inglis

Eric K.

Hokenson

Kenneth

E.

Hollen

Andrew

D. Hollingsworth

Stephen

L.

Homey

Linda C. Horn

Paul

R.

Horning

Barbara

J.

Horvath

Joseph Hotung

Gregory

A.

Huffman

Steven

E.

Hussmann

Todd

K.

Ichihara

Margaret

L.

Idecker

Joel S. Isaacson

Duane

E.

Ising

Gilbert C. )acobs

Clayton

).

lacoby

227

Jonathan

S.

Jaffe

Richard

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Jakielski

lohn D.

lefferis

Virginia M. lefferis

Judith A. Johnson

Robert

S.

Johnson

Richard

S.

Johnston

Andrew

C. Jones

Bradford

S.

Kaune

Mary Beth Keating

Peter

B.

Keating

Charles C. Keck

III

228

Jonathan Seth Jaffe Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania; Biology; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa; L.U.V.

Whippany, New Jersey; Government; Richard John Jakieiski National Merit Scholar; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Pre-law Society; Philosophy Club; Chess Club; VVLVR.
John D.
gineering.
Jefferis

Virginia M. Jefferis gineering.

— Berwyn, Pennsylvania; Mechanical En— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnPi;

David Jesurun

Doriann

C.

Johnson

Jersey; Physics; Freshman, Phi Eta Sigma; Society of Physics Students, Secretary; Lehigh Christian Fellowship, President; Gryphon.

David Jesurun

— Cedar Grove, New —

Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta

Doriann C. Johnson West Chester, Pennsylvania; Biology; Choir; Mustard and Cheese; L.U.V.
Massapequa, New York; Accounting/ Ann Johnson Finance; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Forum Grant; Sailing Club, President; Bridge Club; Russian Club; Marketing Club;
Judith

AMA.
Robert Scott Johnson Edison, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi, President; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME.
Richard
S.

Johnston

— Orchard
Ski

Engineering;

Gryphon

Park, New York; Mechanical Society; Freshman, Sophomore Honors;

Dean's

List;

ASME;

Club; Tour Guide.

Andrew Charles Jones
Engineering; Zeta
Psi;

— Bernardsville, New

Jersey;

Chemical

Junior Varsity Tennis, Captain;

Forum
Psi

X.

Brice Emerson Jones — Granby, Connecticut; Finance;
silon, Social
Brice
E.

Up-

Chairman; Sailing Team.
Civil

lones

Dale

E.

Judd

A
David M. Katz

i

i

David M. Kaufman

— Hellertown, Pennsylvania; Engineering. Linda Kaiden — Scarsdale, New York; Government/Religion; Pre-law Society; Swim Team; Track Club. EnDonald Kane — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Alpha Mu; gineering; Sophomore Honors; Dean's James G. Kane — Rockville Centre, New York; Finance; vestment Club; Frisbee Team. Barbara Kathryn Karoly — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; ChemisAmerican Chemical Society; Choir. David Mark Katz — Doylestown, Pennsylvania; Mathematics; Dean's Computer Society; L.U.V.; Tennis. David M. Kaufman — North Wales, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Freshman Honors; WLVR. Finance. Bradford Scott Kuane — Long Beach, Bruce M. Kautsky — Colorado; Mechanical Engineerpictured) EnMark Beth Keating — Willingboro, New
Dale
E.

Judd

Eric

Industrial
Pi

List;

Al IE.

In-

try;

List;

Electrical

California;

Littleton,

ing, (not

Jersey; Industrial

gineering; Alpha Phi, President; Freshman Honors; AIIE; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

cal

— Ridgewood, New Jersey; Civil — Allison Pennsylvania; Charles Clifford Keck Club; WLVR. Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha; — Maryland; Biochemistry; Karen Marcella Kedzie Timonium,
Peter Brian Keating
Engineering/Architecture; ASCE.
III

Park,

Electri-

luclo

Bishopthorpe; Sophomore Honors; American Chemical Society, President;

Women's

Volleyball

Team; WLRN.

Marlon D.
Psi

Keller Harleysville, Pennsylvania; Management; Upsilon, President, Social Chairman; Frisbee Club; Investment Club.

Karen M. Kedzie

Marlon

D. Keller

229

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Wallingford, Pennsylvania; Finance/ Mark Ernest Kennedy Management; Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore

Honors; Dean's

List;

Phi Eta Sigma; Beta
III

Gamma
Illinois;

Sigma.

Charles Joseph Kentler,

— Naperville,

Mechanical

Engineering; Sigma Phi, Social Chairman;

Brown and White.

Waynesboro, Virginia; Mechanical Frank Armstrong Kerr Engineering; Theta Delta Chi, Steward; Freshman Honors;

ASME;
try;

Varsity Colt.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; ChemisHelene Ann Kertavage ALO-TLC Recording Secretary; American Chemical Soci-

et\

Steven Howard Kessler Pittstown, New Jersey; Civil gineering; Alpha Chi Rho, Steward; ASCE.

En-

Northumberland, Pennsylvania; Civil EnJohn Mark Kieffer gineering; Chi Psi; Dean's List; Chi Epsilon, Secretary; ASCE.

Mark

E.

Kennedy

Charles

J.

Kentler

III

Michael Christopher Kieszek Forty Fort, Pennsylvania; Engineering Physics; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau Delta; Society of Physics
Students, President.

— Mountainside, New Chemical EnJoanne M. Kind — Yardley, Pennsylvania; Accounting; SophMelanie
P.

Kimak

jersey;

gineering; AlChE; Ski Club; Off-campus Association.

omore Honors; Dean's London Semester.
Charles Benjamin King
Director.

List;

RHC; Senior

Class Gift Campaign;

Englewood, Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's
Jeffrey Alan Klein

New
List;

Jersey;

Biology;

WLVR, Program

Valley Stream, New York; Government; Sigma Alpha Mu; Sophomore Honors; Pre-law Society; Brown and White; Epitome. Victor R. Kleppinger,
Jr.

Michael C. Kieszek

Melanie

P.

Kimak

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Man-

agement.
Sara C.
ing.

Knapp

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineer-

— Glen Rock, New EnAndrew William Kohnke — Cheshire, Connecticut; Finance; Lambda Rush Chairman. Shari Komarow — Williston Park, New York; Psychology;
James Frederick Koester
Jersey; Civil

gineering; Theta Chi; ASCE.

Pi

Phi,

Activities Editor;

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Psi Chi; Epitome, Mustard and Cheese; Brown and White.
Janet Rose Konat

Bridgewater,

New

Jersey;
Psi

Psychology;

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's ogy Club; Mustard and Cheese; Choir.
Leslie

List;

Chi; Psychol-

Ann Konigsberg

Psychology;

Gamma

Rye, New York; Social Relations/ Phi Beta; Dean's List; Varsity Field HockSara C.

ey; Basketball; Lacrosse; L.U.V.

Knapp

lames

F.

Koester

Oavid Mark Koogler — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Engineering; A Pre-law Society; Judo Club; Club. Michael Kopistansky — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Engineering; John Joseph Kosch — Hometown, Pennsylvania;
1

Industrial

1

E

;

Ski

Electrical

IEEE.

Electrical Engineering; Theta Xi, President; Secretary; Freshman Honors;

IEEE;

Judo Club; SAC.
E.

Ruth
Phi;

Kossin

— Forest
Jr.

Hills,

New

York; Accounting; Alpha
Psi;

Dean's

List;

Sophomore Honors; Beta Alpha

Forum,

Secretary-Treasurer; VLC.

William John Kovacs,
Engineering;

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania;
New
York;

Electrical

Town

Council; IEEE.

Meredith A. Kramer Port Washington, ment; Women in Business.

Manage-

David M. Koogler
2.30

Michael Kopistansky

Frank A. Kerr

Helene

A.

Kertavage

Steven H. Kessler

John M. Kieffer

Joanne M. Kind

Charles

B.

King

Jeffrey A. Klein

Victor

R.

Kleppinger,

Jr.

Andrew W. Kohnke

Shari

Komarow

Janet

R.

Konat

Leslie A. Konigsberg

John

J.

Kosch

Ruth

E.

Kossin

William

J.

Kovacs,

Jr.

Meredith A. Kramer

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Kirby C. Krischke

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Donald

Krom,

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Stephen

J.

Kuncio

Waller M. Kunz

III

Harry A. Kunze

Timothy

A.

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Far Hills, Charles A. Kreyer opthorpe, Treasurer; Yacht Club.

— New Finance; Kirby G. Krischke — Houston, Texas; Chemical Engineering;
Jersey;
Psi;

Bish-

Zeta
Daniel H. Krouse
III

Dennis

R.

Kuhns

Freshman Honors; AlChE; Lehigh Valley Grotto, PresVLC, Chairman; IFC, Secretary; Model Railroad Club; Cycling Team.
ident;

Ayuth Krishnamara

ing; International Club.

Donald

T.

gineering;

Civil Krom, Jr. Kappa Alpha; ASCE; Marching 97, Drum Major;

— Bangkok, Thailand; Chemical Engineer— Poughkeepsie, New York; EnChrist,

Concert Bands; Campus Crusade for

Vice President.

Hatboro. Pennsylvania; MetalDaniel Harvey Krouse III lurgy; Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Social Chairman; ASM; Student Metallurgy Society; IFC.

— Allentown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical EnASME. Stephen Joseph Kuncio — Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Chemistry;
Dennis
R.

Kuhns

gineering; Dean's

List;

Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master, Rush Chairman; Freshman Honors; American Chemical Society, Vice-President.
Pi

Walter M. Kunz
Theta
Mark
L.

Kupeski

Jeffrey S. Kurtz

— Harry A. Kunze — Allison
Xi,

Edina, Minnesota; Mechanical Engineering; Steward, Social Chairman; ASME.

Park, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Pi Tau Sigma; ASME; Swimming Team.

Timothy A. Kunze

gineering; AIIE; Junior Varsity Soccer.

Mark Leon Physics; Sophomore Honors; Dean's Students; RHC.
Jeffreys. Kurtz

— Metuchen, New Kupeski — Trappe, Pennsylvania;
List;

Jersey; Industrial

En-

Engineering

Society of Physics

— Catasauqua, Pennsylvania; Finance; Chi Michael Thomas Kusmin — Westwood, Massachusetts;
rial

Phi.

Indust-

Engineering; Alpha Chi Rho, Secretary; AIIE, President;

Band.
Allentown, Pennsylvania; BiochemisFrank Anthony Kuyan American Chemical Society.
E.

try;

Nancy
cer.

Kuzmak

Edison,

New Jersey;

Biology;

Women's

Soc-

Frank

A.

Kuyan

Nancy

E.

Kuzmak

Enola, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Gerald Henry Laatsch, Jr. Engineering; Sigma Nu, IM Manager; Freshman, Sophomore Scholarship; Tau Beta Pi; IFC. Honors; Dean's List;

GM

Robert Joseph LaBuda Chess Club; L.U.V.

— Bethlehem,

Pennsylvania; Finance;

try;

Springfield, Pennsylvania; BiochemisRachelleM. Lanciano Freshman, Sophomore Honors; American Chemical Society; Young Woman of America; Women's Choir; Newman As-

sociation;

RHC.

Robert

J.

Labuda

Rachelle M. Lanciano
2.33

Jeffrey

W. Lang Holmdel, New Jersey; Finance; Phi Sigma Kappa; Varsity Squash; Varsity Tennis.
Pleasant Valley, New York; BiochemChi Phi, Vice-president; American Chemical Society; VarSociety.

David Mark Langdon
sity

Swimming; Computer

Lori
Eric

Ann Langton — Stamford, Connecticut. Laquer — Gardenville, Pennsylvania;
L.

Electrical

En-

gineering; Delta Chi; Freshman Honors.

Engineering; — Arlington, Chi Epsilon; ASCE. Katherine Armistead Latimer — Wilmington, Delaware; MeJay William Larson
Virginia; Civil

Lambda Chi Alpha; Dean's

List;

chanical Engineering; General Motors Scholar; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Pi Eta Sigma; ASME; Women's Choir; Golden
Heart.

Management; Theta

Frederick Charles Laudenslager Allentown, Pennsylvania; Xi, Vice-president; Pledge Master; L.U.V.;
Jeffrey

WLVR.
Ann Deborah Lefkowith
Dean's
List;

W. Lang

David M. Langdon

— Tenafly,

New

Jersey; Marketing;

Marketing Club.

James W.

Gamma

Leiser Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Delta; Wrestling, (not pictured)

History;

Phi

Karen Louise Lelinski Levittown, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Mary O. Hurley Award; Sophomore Honors; Varsity Field Hockey, Co-captain; Varsity Basketball, Co-captain; Varsity
Softball, Co-captain; Women's Athletic Council; National Association of Accountants; L.U.V.; Big Sister.

Springfield, Pennsylvania; Biology; Louise Katherine Lenthe Phi Eta Sigma; Choir; Woodwind Quintet; String Orchestra, Manager; L.U.V.

Mark

Allen Lesswing

Buffalo,

New

York; Industrial Engineer-

ing; Phi

Sigma Kappa.

Barry Jay Levine Wappingers Falls, New York; Accounting/ Finance; Zeta Psi, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi.

Edmund
ing;

Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey; Sigma Alpha Mu; AIIE; Forum.
Li

Frederick C. Laudenslager

Ann

D. Lefkowith

Industrial

Engineer-

Lauren Marie Lieb Briarcliff Manor, New York; Marketing; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Lambda Mu Sigma; Marketing Club; Mustard and Cheese; L.U.V.; Women's Choir.

Melvin Laurence Liebergall

— Tenafly, New

Jersey; Marketing;

Sigma Alpha Mu, Rush Chairman; Marketing Club; ASA;

WLVR;
Doug
ing;

Concert Publicity Committee.

E. Lilly

Nazareth, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineer-

Alpha Epsilon Pi; Model Railroad Club, President; Marching Band; Concert Band; Jazz Band; Campus Police, Security.
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; InternaJoan Caryn Lindegren tional Relations; Alpha Phi, Pledge President; I.R. Club; Sailing Club; Ski Team.
Charlotte H. Lohrenz Golden, Colorado; Journalism/Science Writing; German House, Secretary, Steward; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; L.U.V.; Brown and White; VLC, Chairman.

Edmund

Li

Lauren M. Lieb

David Drew Loizeaux Virginia Beach, Virginia; Computing and Information Sciences; Russian Club; RHC; Residence Halls
Judicial Board.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; Jr. Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; American Chemical Society, Treasurer; National Science Foundation Research
Grant.

Francis V. Loncar,

William H. Lorowitz

Russell C. Pike, Electrical Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; IEEE; Davis Award; Internship; Band; Mustard and Cheese, President; Sailing Club.

— Brooklyn, New York; Biology; Loughridge — Pepper Ohio;

B.S.U.

GM

Mark H. Loukides Fords, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering; Congdon House, House Manager; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; ASME; Coronet.
Stephanie Ann Louras Management.

Thomas
I

Franklin

— Rutland, Vermont; Finance/ Lowe — New Preston, Connecticut; ComPhi,

Francis V. Loncar,

)r.

William

H. Lorowitz

r

and Information Science; Delta Sigma

Pledge Master.

Lori A.

Langton

Eric

L.

Laquer

Jay

W.

Larson

Katherine A. Latimer

Karen

L.

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Louise

K.

Lenthe

Mark

A.

Lesswing

Barry

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Michael

R.

Lyman

Joseph A. MacDonald

Scott D.

Maddock

Michael W. Madison

Craig M. Madsen

lames M. Mahlbacher

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Maloney

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Douglas G. Mancosh

Richard

B.

Manning

Lee D. Margerison

David

B.

Margolis

Mardi U. Mark

Kathleen

R.

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Debora
J.

Gamma

Springfield, New Jersey; Psychology; Phi Beta, Social Chairman; Dean's List; Powder Puff in Business; Psychology Club; ASPA. Football;

— Weston, Women Lusardi — —

Massachusetts; Accounting;
Business.

in

Women

Michael Robert Lyman

Madison, New Jersey; Finance/ Marketing; Zeta Psi, Historian; Marketing Club; Varsity Swimming; Rugby Club.

Joseph Anthony MacDonald
Beardslee.

— Wyckoff, New

Jersey; Finance;

George

C.

Machikas

Glenn

A.

Mackie

— Glenn Allen Mackie —
George C. Machikas
Delta Upsilon; Football.

Berwyn, Pennsylvania; Accounting;

Martinsville,
Pi

Engineering; Leavitt, President; Cycling Team; Chess Club.

New Jersey; Mechanical Tau Sigma, Secretary; ASME;

Scott D.

Maddock

Gryphon

Society, Treasurer;

Darien, Connecticut; Accounting; Campus Radio News Director.

Michael William Madison

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Finance; Delta Upsilon, Vice-President, Secretary; Leonard Pools Scholarship; Easterns Boxing; FMA, Chairman, Secretary; IFC,
Craig
Pi

Vice-president.

Mogens Madsen
List;
J.

Kappa Alpha,

Dean's

Toms River, New Jersey; Marketing; President, Vice-president; Freshman Honors; Marketing Club; IFC, Secretary.

James

Mahlbacher

Wilmington, Delaware; Mechanical

Engineering; Delta Upsilon, President; Varsity Football.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; BioloMargaret Mary Majewski gy; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Health Professions; L.U.V. Margaret M. Majewski

Nahid Malekzadeh

Nahid Malekzadeh Tehran, Iran; Social Relations/French; Sophomore Honors; French Club, Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega;
International Club.

Peter D. Maloney

Industrial EnJ. gineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman; AIIE; Varsity Ice Hockey; IFC, Social Chairman.

William

— Stamford, Connecticut; Psychology. Maloney — Clarence, New York; —

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Finance; Douglas G. Mancosh Sigma Nu, President, Pledge Marshal; Lacrosse, Captain.

Annadale, New Jersey; Civil Engineering; Phi Gamma Delta; Freshman Honors; Chi Epsilon; Varsity Football; Senior Class Gift Campaign.
Richard Bradley Manning
Stanley Joseph Marcewicz,
Jr.

— River Vale,

New

Jersey; In-

dustrial Engineering; Theta Chi, Treasurer; AIIE.

cal Engineering;
Stanley
).

Marcewicz,

Jr.

Robert

L.

Marcinkowski

— MechanNew Lee Daniel Margerison — Florham Engineering; Delta Social Chairman; ASME. David Bruce Margolis — Broomall, Pennsylvania; Psychology;
Robert
L.

Wyomissing, Pennsylvania; Marcinkowski Alpha Chi Rho, Pledge Master; IEEE.
Park,
Jersey;
Phi,

Electri-

ical

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Psi Chi; Psychology Club; Off-campus Housing Committee; Fencing Club.

Mardi Unice Mark

Jermyn, Pennsylvania; Civil Engineering; Distinguished Military Student; ASCE; Scabbard and Blade;
Basketball;

Women's

Women's

Softball;

ROTC.

Wind Gap, Pennsylvania; Industrial Kathleen Ruth Marker Engineering/Mathematics; AIIE.
Geralyn Marotta
R. Fort Lee, Jersey; Biology; Beta, Vice-president; Phi Eta Sigma; L.U.V., Project

New

Gamma
Head.

Phi

Psi,

Gregory Marquardt Social Chairman.

— Short

Hills,

New

Jersey; History; Chi

Geralyn Marotta

R.

Gregory Marquardt

237

Cynthia A. Marrah

Ellen B. Marshall

Joseph

F.

Martino

Anthony

R.

Mastroianni

Robert

L.

May,

Jr.

Samuel D. Mayberry,

|r.

Kevin

J.

Maydick

Melanie

A.

Mazelsky

Jtit
Amy
238
C.

McCoy

Bryan

A.

McCoy

Timothy M. McDaniel

Cathleen M. McDonald

Cynthia Ann Marrah Little Silver, New Jersey; Psychology; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Psi Chi; Psychology Club; Pre-law Society; Marching Band; Varsity Band;

Brodhead Resident
Ellen

Assistant.

Sophomore Honors;

— Madison, New Finance; Women Business. Neil Anthony Marshall — Doylestown, Pennsylvania; ChemiBaldwin Marshall
Jersey;

L.U.V.;

in

cal Engineering; Delta Upsilon, Secretary;

Freshman, Sopho-

more Honors; Rugby Club.
Neil A. Marshall
Clifford R. Martin

Toms River, New Jersey; Accounting; Clifford R. Martin Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer, Steward; Dean's List; Wrestling
Team.
Malvern, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnJoseph F. Martino gineering; Phi Delta Theta, Vice-president; Freshman Honors; AlChE; L.U.V.

Anthony
trical

R.

Mastroianni
Pi

— North —

Plainfield,

New

Jersey; Elec-

Engineering;

Lambda

Phi; Phi Eta

Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu;

IEEE.

Allenhurst, New Jersey; Finance; J. Matturri, Jr. College Republicans, Chairman; Pre-law Society; Young Americans for Freedom, Vice-Chairman; Pre-law Society; Newman Association, Treasurer; L.U.V.; Ski Club.

Alexander

Cheryl Lynn Maute
ing;

— Broomall, Pennsylvania;

Civil Engineer-

ASCE, Secretary; Varsity Volleyball; Track Club; Soccer

Club.
Short Hills, New Jersey; Accounting; Robert L. May, Jr. Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Social Chairman; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi; Brown and White.
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania; Samuel David Mayberry, Jr. Management; Delta Upsilon; Dean's List; Football; Investment

Alexander

I.

Matturri

Cheryl

L.

Maute

|

Club; Marketing Club.

— Melanie A. Mazelsky — Monroeville,
Kevin John Maydick

Staten Island, New York; Mechanical Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-president; ASME.

Pennsylvania; Marketing;
Tutorial

Freshman Honors; Sigma Tau Delta; Gryphon Society, Chairman; Marketing Club; Marching Band.

— Allentown, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnHistory; Delta New McCormick — James Co-captain. Tau Delta; Varsity Amy Carol McCoy — Birdsboro, Pennsylvania; Finance;
George
T.

Mazsa

gineering; Harvey Burkee Scholarship.
P.

Millville,

Jersey;

Football,

Gamma
L.U.V.;

Phi Beta,

Alumni Relations; Women's Soccer Club;
Business; Christian Science Organization.

Women

in

Bryon A. McCoy
George
T.

Birdsboro, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy;
Society.

Mazsa

lames

P.

McCormick

Lambda Chi Alpha; Metallurgy
Timothy Monroe McDaniel

— Allentown,

Pennsylvania; Civil

Engineering; Varsity Soccer; ASCE.

Westport, Connecticut; Biology; Cathleen M. McDonald Williams Essay Contest Winner; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta.

cal Engineering;

Allentown, Pennsylvania; ChemiJohn Joseph McFadden III AlChE; SAC; Town House; WLRV, Program
Director.

Andrew

P.

Mclntyre
Psi;

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Accounting;

Beta Alpha

Varsity Soccer.

lohn

|.

McFadden

III

Andrew

P.

Mclntyre

239

gineering;

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; David N. McNeely Boy Scouts, Assistant Scoutmaster.

Electrical En-

Thomas James McParland
counting; Beta Alpha
Psi;

Rosemont, Pennsylvania; Ac-

WLVR.

Diane Joyce Melega

East Brunswick,

New

Jersey;

Chemical

Engineering; Alpha Phi; Freshman Honors; Society of Engineers; Panhellenic Council; SAC; Forum.

Women

James
ing.

P.

Mellody

Massachusetts; Civil EnDavid Daniel gineering; Chi Psi; Dean's List; Class '04 Scholarship; Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Gryphon Society; IFC; NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship.

— Union, New Melone — Weston,
III

Jersey; Industrial Engineer-

Mark

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Paul Merkel Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi.
Varsity
Field.

James Reuben Merrill

— Waterford, Connecticut; Accounting; Cross-Country; Track and Bishopthorpe; Biology; Kenneth Stephen Meyer — River Vale, New
Jersey;

David N. McNeely

Thomas

).

McParland,

Jr.

Kappa Alpha; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's
Junior Varsity Soccer; Junior Varsity Indoor Spring Track.

List;

Thompson, Connecticut; Natural SciRobert James Meyer ence; Beardslee, President; Freshman, Sophomore Honors;
Lehigh Valley Grotto; Frisbee Club; Equestrian Club; T.V. Station;

RHC.
Jennifer Ann Michelin Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; AIIE; Society of Women Engineers.

Stephen Harrison Michels Short Hills, New Jersey; International Relations; Alpha Tau Omega; Basketball; I.R. Club.
Niel Frederick Miele Manhasset, New York; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Marching and Concert Band; Computer Society;

Karate Club.

Anthony Gordon Miller
Finance; Freshman,

— Ocean,

New

Jersey;

Accounting/
List;

lames

R.

Merrill

Kenneth

S.

Meyer

Alpha

Psi; Varsity

Sophomore Honors; Dean's Baseball; Gryphon Society.

Beta

— Allentown, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnCarol Anne Miller — Allentown, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnBart Stephen Miller gineering; AlChE.
gineering; Alpha Gamma Delta, House Manager; AlChE; Russian Club; Society of Women Engineers.

Gerald W. Miller Owego, New York; Journalism/ Government; Delta Chi, Recording Secretary; Freshman, SophDmore Honors; Dean's List; Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Brown and White, News Editor, Managing Editor.
Jeffrey L. Miller Summit, New Jersey; Computer Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta, Steward, Vice-President; Dean's List.

Peter

W.

— Miller — —

Fleetwood, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy;
ifl

Kappa Alpha; Freshman Honors; Student Metallurgy Society; Cross-Country; Track; Glee Club.
Ilene B. Minnich

Dean's

List;
J.

Coral Springs, Florida; Computing Science; Computing Society Club; RHC.
III

Anthony G. Miller

Bart

S.

Miller

Nicholas

Miron

Aston, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnSecretary;

gineering; Alpha Tau
S.

Omega,

Freshman

Football.

Neil Mitchell — Merrick, New York; Economics; Alpha Mu; Brown and White; SAC. Scott Mitchell — Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania;
gineering; Alpha Tau

Sigma
En-

Industrial

Omega;

AIIE; Wrestling

Team; Rugby

Club. Burnt Hills, New York; Mechanical Engineering; Alpha Sigma Phi, Correspondence Secretary; ASME; Baseball; Big Brother Program.

Mark Robert Mjaatvedt

Craig T.
ing;

Alpha

Monaghan Pi Mu; Tau

— Dover,

Delaware; Industrial Engineer-

of

American

Beta Pi; ROTC Scholarship; AIIE: Society Military Engineers, President.
Ilene B.

Minnich

Nicholas

).

Miron

III

210

Diane

|.

Melega

lames

P.

Mellody

III

David D. Melone

Mark

P.

Merkel

Robert

).

Meyer

Jennifer A. Michelin

Stephen H. Michels

Niel

F.

Miele,

)r.

Carol A. Miller

Gerald W. Miller

leffrey

L.

Miller

Peter

W.

Miller

Neil

S.

Mitchell

Scott Mitchell

Mark

R.

Mjaatvedt

Craig

T.

Monaghan
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Thomas

|.

Monica

Frederick C. Moore,

Jr.

William

R.

Morris

lames R.B. Morrison

III

Gene W.

Mulvihill

Robin C. Murray

Nancy

A.

Nakonechny

Robert Necarsulmer,

|r.

David H. Nelson

Kent D. Nelson

Michael

E.

Newborn

Gary

P.

Newhart

Thomas J. Monica Livingston, New Jersey; Chemical Engineering; Delta Upsilon; Varsity Swim Team.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial Frederick C. Moore, Jr. Engineering; Kappa Sigma, President; All E; Varsity Squash, Captain; Varsity Golf; IFC.

Washington, District of Columbia; William R. Morris, Jr. Journalism; Football; B.S.U., Vice-president; Brown and White, Sports Editor; Lehigh Horizons; WLVR.

James R.B. Morrison

III Auburn, Pennsylvania; Journalism; Zeta Psi, Vice-president, Secretary; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Brown and White, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor; Epitome; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Baltimore, Maryland; Electrical EnRalph Kettel Morton gineering; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE.

Albert

Mozeyko Glenshaw, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; Sigma Nu, Secretary; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Alpha Pi Mu, Vice-president; Basketball.

Gene Walter

Muvihill,

Jr.

— New Vernon, New
House Manager;
City,
Ski

Jersey; Electri-

cal Engineering; Delta Chi,

Team.
Electrical

EnNew York; Robin C. Murray — New York gineering; Wrestling. Nancy Ann Nakonechny — Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; nalism; Equestrian Club; Sigma Warapong Nandabhiwat — Bangkok, Thailand; Smags. — Scarsdale, New York; Government; Robert Necarsulmer,
Eta Psi.
Industrial

Jour-

En-

gineering;

(not pictured)
Jr.

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's
Pre-law Society; IR Club.

List;

Sigma Tau Delta;

Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania; Richard Filbert Neff, Jr. Mechanical Engineering; Alpha Chi Rho, House Manager;

ASME.

— Allentown, Pennsylvania; EnAccounting; David Harlow Nelson — Madison, New Theta Delta Chi. Kent David Nelson — Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania;
James
S.

Neimeister

Industrial

gineering; Delta Phi, President, Rush Chairman; AIIE.
Jersey;

Fi-

nance; Zeta Psi, House Manager; Sophomore Honors; Swimming; Marketing Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Forum.
Livingston, New Jersey; Marketing; John Ara Nersesian Sigma Alpha Mu, House Manager; Marketing Club; SAC; Concert Choir; Forum; ASA; Brown and White; IFC.

Kathy
lohn A. Nersesian

L.

Neti

Kathy

L.

Neti

ing; IEEE.

Virginia; Technical Michael E. Theater; Varsity Wrestling; Football; Mustard and Cheese; Brown and White; Epitome.

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Newbern — Virginia Beach,
Newhart

Electrical Engineer-

Gary

Philip

— Cape Coral,
Scotia,

Florida; Chemistry; Bish-

opthorphe; Pre-law Society; American Chemical Society; Geology Club; Ecology Club; L.U.V.

Ward James
ing; Delta
Pi;

Nial


Phi;

Sigma

New York; Mechanical EngineerFreshman, Sophomore Honors; Tau Beta

Water Polo Club.

Rockville, Maryland; Electrical EngineerSteven E. Nichols ing; Arnold Air Society; IEEE; Highland Guard; LUFT; Photography Club.

Ward

|.

Nial

Steven

E.

Nichols

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Brian Glenn Nyerges

— Bay

Village,

ence;

Kappa

Alpha;

Ohio; Environmental Wrestling Team;

Sci-

a

eehigh Christian Fellowship.
Paul Hershey Ockert

— Hamden, Connecticut;
GM

Industrial EnList; AIIE,

gineering; Phi Delta Theta; Freshman Honors; Dean's Internship. Treasurer; Fencing Club; Tutor;

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania; Mathematics; Martin J.O'Donnell Smiley; Freshman Honors; AFROTC, Arnold Air; Sky Life.

Matthew
rial

Cockrill Oetken Greenwich, Connecticut; IndustEngineering; Phi Sigma Kappa, Steward; AFROTC Scholarship; Junior Varsity Baseball; Ski Club.

Bellrose, New York; Computer Engineering; Sara Oh Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Society of Women Engineers.

William O. Oliver Finance; Sigma Chi.
Virginia

M.

— Wantagh, New York; O'Neill — Middletown, New —

Accounting/
Brian G. Nyerges

Jersey; Marketing;

Paul H. Ockert

Alpha
lenic

Chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa; PamhelCouncil, President; Marketing Club; AMA; Brown and
Phi, Social

White.

John Preston Onnen Mustard and Cheese. John M. Oonk Alpha Chi Rho;

Ruxton, Maryland; English/Theater;

— Belford,

New

Jersey; Electrical Engineering;

IEEE, Secretary.

Margaret Jane O'Reilly Bethesda, Maryland; Architecture; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta; Art and Architecture Society; Ski Club; Equestrian Club; Sigma Eta Psi.
William Dumbauld O'Shurak
dustrial Engineering; AIIE.

Bedford, Pennsylvania;

In-

Daniel Ost Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania; Computer Science; Sigma Nu, Social Chairman, Historian; SAC; WLVR; Senior Class Gift Campaign.
Jeffrey

Thomas Mason Owlett Wellsboro, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Sophomore Honors; Pre-law Society.
Papach Audubon, Pennsylvania; Finance/ Marketing; Kappa Sigma, Vice-president; Freshman Honors;
Jeffrey Leo

Virginia M. O'Neil

John

P.

Onnen

Dean's

List;

Junior Varsity Football; L.U.V. (not pictured)

Elizabeth P. Patch Owego, New York; Economics; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List.

Constance ing; Alpha

Industrial EngineerDelta; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; AIIE, Vice-president; Alpha Pi Mu, Secretary; Society of Women's Engineers; Panhellenic; Newman Council; en's Choir.
S.

Paul

— Rockville, Maryland;

Gamma

Wom-

Jill

Valorre Paul

Wilmington, Delaware; Science Writing/
List;

Journalism;

Sophomore Honors; Dean's Award; Brown and White; Epitome.
Joseph
F. Pavlinsky Engineering; Alpha

Collegiate Press

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Mechanical
Pennsylvania; Mechanical EnIce

Lambda Omega.
Phi;

John H. Peck
gineering; Pi Hockey Club.

— Wallingford,
Lambda

ASME; Bioengineering Club;

Thomas M. Owlett

Elizabeth

P.

Patch

Scott David Peck Greenfield, Massachusetts; Finance/ Marketing; Phi Gamme Delta, Rush Chairman; Freshman Honors; Rugby Club; Boxing Club; IFC; Junior Class President;

Forum.
John Charles Pedrotty Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Biology; Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chairman; Dean's List; Junior Varsity Football; Forum.

Fernando Perez -

Quito, Ecuador; Civil Engineering;

Pi

Lambda

Phi;

ASCE.

Susan L. Perley Livingston, New Jersey; Accounting; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi; Women in
Business.

Steven Perlmutter
Smiley.

Springfield,

New

jersey; Accounting;

'

cal

Bound Brook, New Jersey; ChemiEngineering; Saunda Foundation Scholarship; Freshman Honors; American Chemical Society; AlChE; Tennis; Varsity Band; Chess Club.
Stephen Albert Perusich

fife
Scott D. Peck

41
lohn C. Pedrotty

Martin

J.

O'Donnell

Matthew

C.

Oetken

Sara

Oh

William O. Oliver

John M.

Oonk

Margaret

J.

O'Reilly

William D. Oshurak

Jeffrey D.

Ost

Constance

S.

Paul

Jill

V. Paul

Joseph

F.

Pavlinsky

John H. Peck

Fernando Perez

Susan

L.

Perley

Steven Perlmutter

Stephen A. Perusich

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Randolph

A. Petercsak

lames C. Peters

Linda

S.

Pickens

Louis

W.

Pierro

N.C. Podaras

Steven

R.

Poehlein

Joseph

P.

Polaha.

Jr.

Diane Poles

Paul V. Potako

William M. Pottenger

Cindy

L.

Powell

John C. Powell

Dale

R.

Pullis

Douglas D. Randolph

Mark

N.

Ranek

Sandra

L.

Rapp

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Rudolph Andrew Petercsak, Jr. Flemington, New Mechanical Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha; ASME.

Jersey;

Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania; Metallurgy; James Carl Peters Kappa Alpha, Vice-president; Sophomore Honors; Cross-

country; Track.

Linda Susan Pickens Princeton Junction; New Jersey; Finance/Journalism; Dean's List; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vicepresident; Cross-Country Club; Brown and White, Managing Editor,

Layout Editor;

Army ROTC.

Pierro Hudson, New York; English; Delta Tau Delta, President; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta; Football; Pre-law Society; IFC.

Louis

W.

Anthony Steven Pignataro
Anthony
S.

Pignataro

Douglas

P.

Pilney

West Seneca, New York; Mathmatics/Biology; Phi Gamma Delta, House Manager; Pre-Med Society; Boxing Team; Hockey Club, Captain.
Douglas Philip Pitney

— Basking Ridge, New
President.

gineering;

Lambda Chi Alpha, Steward,

Jersey; Civil EnSocial Chairman;

ASCE; Hockey Club,
N. Charles Podaras

— Newton Square, Pennsylvania;

Electrical

Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Presidential Prize; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE; Soccer; SAC.

Steven Ray Poehlein Joseph
P. Polaha, Engineering; IEEE.

Engineering; Marching Band.
Jr.

— Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemical — Allentown, Pennsylvania;
Electrical
InterList;

Diane Poles disciplinary;

— Scarsdale, New York; Chemistry/Biology

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's Epitome, Managing Editor; Sailing Club; L.U.V.

David Charles Poole Summit, New Jersey; Finance; Chi Psi; Vice-president; Varsity Tennis; Investment Club; Senior Class
David
C. Poole

Jonathan

R.

Pope

Gift

Campaign.

Jonathan R. Pope Westfield, New Jersey; Civil Engineering; Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master, Rush Chairman; ASCE; Lehigh University Sports Car Club, Secretary; WLVR.
Paul Vincent Potako
ball.

Churchville, Pennsylvania; Finance;

Sigma Chi, Vice-president, Social Chairman; Junior Varsity FootWilliam M. Pottenger
List;

Denver, Colorado; Religion; Dean's Lehigh Christian Fellowship.
Sparta,

Cindy Lynn Powell
gineering.

— —

New

Jersey;

Mechanical En-

— Michael Joseph Preperato — Lancaster, Pennsylvania;
John Christopher Powell
lurgy;

McConn,

Gaithersburg, Maryland; MetalVice-president.
ElectriList;

cal Engineering;

Tau Beta
Michael
J.

Pi; Eta

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's Kappa Nu, President.

Preperato

Alan G. Prince

Alan G. Prince

Weston, Massachusetts; Mechanical En-

gineering; Chi Phi, Social Chairman;

ASME.

Dale Robert
Dean's
trical
List;

Pullis

Lambda Chi Alpha,

Winter Springs, Florida; Accounting; Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors;
Psi.

Beta Alpha

— Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Marching Band; Varsity Band. Mark Norman Ranek — Hellertown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical
Douglas D. Randolph
IEEE;

Elec-

ASME;
David
ing;

Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi.

Dean's

List;

Sandra Lee Rapp
L.

— Old

Bridge,

New

Jersey; Accounting.

Chi

Terri

— Ann Rauch — Upper
Psi,

Rarig Whitehall, Pennsylvania; Chemical EngineerSteward; Varsity Football.
St. Clair, Pennsylvania; Psychology; Society; Varsity Softball, Captain; Powder Puff; Athletic Council.

Gryphon Women's
David
L.

Rarig

Terri A.

Rauch

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J.C.

— Donna Marie Reed — Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania; Chemical
)enis

Edward Reed

Gorman

Enola, Pennsylvania; Civil Engineering; Scholarship; ASCE; Varsity Wrestling.

Engineering; Freshman, Beta Pi; AlChE.

Sophomore Honors; Dean's
Florida; Arts.

List;

Tau

— Coral Springs, John Spence Reid — Elysburg, Pennsylvania;
James W. Reid

Mechanical Engineering; Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chairman; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; ASME; Gryphon Society; Forum;

RHC.
Allentown, Pennsylvania; James Frank Reimschissel Marketing/Finance; Sophomore Honors; Investment Club;
Marketing Club.
Richard William Reinaker
Denis
E.

Reed

— Danville, Pennsylvania;

Donna M. Reed

Electrical

Engineering; Psi Upsilon, Treasurer, Recording Secretary; IEEE.

Carol

Ann

Renninger

Bethlehem,

Pennsylvania;

Accounting/Finance; Tau Lambda Chi, President; Panhellenic, Vice-president; Investment Club.
St. Davids, Pennsylvania; Chemical Bruce Jeffery Rhoades Engineering; Freshman Honors; AlChE; Lehigh Christian Fel-

lowship.
Easton, Pennsylvania; Psychology; PsyEileen Jane Richards chology Club; L.U.V.; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Nancy Kay

— Richards —

Alburtis, Pennsylvania; Electrical EnPi;

gineering; Dean's List; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Team; Alpha Phi Omega; Tau Lambda Chi.
Leslie

Varsity Rifle

M. Richardson South Seaside Park, New Jersey; Foreign Careers/Spanish; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Soccer Club; Women's Choir; IR Club; College Republicans; WLRN, Business Manager; WLVR. (not pictured)

James

F.

Reimschissel

Richard W. Reinaker

G. John Richdale

— Jensen Beach,

Florida; Civil Engineering;

ASCE; Junior Varsity Tennis; Senior Class Executive Committee; Off-Campus Association.
Steven F. Rickerich Weston, Connecticut; Geology; Beta Theta Pi, House Manager.
Industrial

— Matthew Ricketson — Liverpool, New York; Engineering; Chi Pledge Master; Varsity Football; James Thomas Rieger — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Delta Chi, President; Town House; — Hallowell, Maine; Linda Anne Engineering; ASCE, Vice-president; Society of Women Engineers. — Allentown, Pennsylvania; Harry Maximillian Ritter
Psi,

AIIE;

IFC.

Industrial

AIIE;

IFC.

Rissel

Civil

II

Marketing/Finance; Congdon, Social Chairman; Sophomore Honors; Marketing Club; Cheerleader; Soccer Club, Coach.
C. Rittmayer Haddonfield, New Jersey; Accounting; Alpha Chi Rho, Social Chairman; Varsity Soccer; Boxing Club;

Mark

Ski Club; Investment Club; Bridge Club.

Eileen

J.

Richards

Nancy

K.

Richards

Andrew

S.

Robbins

Teaneck,

New

Jersey;

Electrical

En-

gineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Eta Residence Halls Security.

Kappa Nu;

IEEE;

Anita Jeannette Roberts

Clemmons, North Carolina;
List;

Architecture/Civil Engineering; Dean's pictured)

Soccer Club, (not

Eliot Stephen Roberts Flushing, New York; Mechanical Engineering; Lehigh Listening Line; ASME.

Frank

F.

Roberts,

Jr.

— — Chatham Township,

New

Kappa Theta, Social Chairman; Investment Club; Junior
Baseball.

Jersey; Phi Varsity

Harry M.

Ritter

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John
S.

Reid

Carol A. Renninger

Bruce

J.

Rhoades

Guy

J.

Richdale

Steven

F.

Rickerich

Matthew W. Ricketson

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T.

Rieger

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Mark

C. Rittmayer

Andrew

S.

Robbins

Eliot

S.

Roberts

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Frank
F.

Roberts,

Jr.

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Pamela

R.

Roberts

Michael

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Robinson

Richard

B.

Rogers

Vincent

|.

Rogusky

Thomas

D. Rose

III

Cynthia

L.

Rosen

Frank A. Roth

Richard C. Rouleau

Karl

F.

Ruoff

Clarke D. Rupert

Wayne M. Rush

William

|.

Rutecki

Jeffrey H.

Sands

Robert

|.

Santo

Stephen W. Saunders

Roberta Savitsky

250

Pamela Rene Roberts

— Bethlehem, —

Pennsylvania; Psycholo-

gy; Psychology Club; B.S.U.; L.U.V.; Senior Class Gift paign.

Cam-

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; AcMichael James Robinson counting; Theta Delta Chi, Social Chairman; Soccer, Captain;
Baseball.

New Providence, New Jersey; Richard Blair Rogers Biology/Economics; Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman; Sopnomore Honors; Wrestling; Rugby Club, President; Pre-law Society.

Vincent Joel Rogusky Catasauqua, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; Chi Psi; Varsity Football.
Eric A. Rohtla

David

A.

Rohr

— Alexander Rohtla — Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania; Finance; Smiley; Investment Club; L.U.V. David A. Rohr — Rochester, New York; Mechanical EngineerVarsity Cross-Country, Co-captain. — Baltimore, Maryland; Chemical Thomas Duncan Rose Sigma; Tau Beta Outing Club; L.U.V. Engineering; Rosen — Larchmont, New York; Finance; Gamma Cynthia
Eric
ing;
III

Phi Eta

Pi;

L.

Phi Beta; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's ing Club; In Business; Forum.

List;

Market-

Women

Emmaus, Pennsylvania; Government/ Frank Albert Roth Urban Studies; Alpha Lambda Omega; College Scholar Program; Pre-law Society, President; Young Democrats,
Secretary-Treasurer.

Richard Charles Rouleau
ical

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;

Mechan-

Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon;

ASME.

George Joseph Rudy
Engineering; Dean's
George
|.

List;

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi

Bausman, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Tau Sigma; Tau Beta

Rudy

Stephen G.

Ruffi

Pi;

ASME.

— West Hartford, Connecticut; ManEnKarl Frederick Ruoff — Lancaster, Pennsylvania; gineering;ASCE; Skiing Club. Clarke David Rupert — Quakertown, Pennsylvania; GovernStephen George Ruffi agement.
Civil

ment; McConn, President; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Pre-Law Society; IR Club.

Catherine M. Salines

Mark Sandor

— York, Pennsylvania; Engineering; William John Rutecki — Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engineering; Theta Delta Chi. Catherine Mary Salines — Allentown, Pennsylvania; MarketMarketing Club. Mark Sandor — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Management. Accounting; Jeffrey Hilton Sands — Princeton, New Bishopthorpe; Sophomore Honors; Pre-law Society. Robert Santo — Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemical EnWayne Michael Rush
Civil

Sigma Nu; Marching Band.

ing;

Jersey;

J.

gineering; Alpha

Lambda Omega,

President, Rush
List;

Chairman;
Pi;

Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's Sigma; AlChE.

Tau Beta

Phi

Nu

Stephen William Saunders
ors; Phi Eta

Westfield, New Jersey; Chemical Engineering; Theta Chi, Secretary; Freshman, Sophomore Hon-

Sigma; AlChE.

Merrick, New York; Biology; Freshman, Roberta Savitsky Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Senior Class Gift Campaign; SAC, Publicity Chairman.

Poughkeepsie, New York; AccountRussell Charles Sayegh ing; Varsity Rifle Team, Co-captain; Skeet Club, President.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Frank A. Scattene III Theta Xi; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta

Alpha
Russell C. Sayegh

Psi;

WLVR,

Sports Director.

Frank A. Scattene

III

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Silver Springs, Maryland; International Curtis L. Schehr Relations/Spanish; Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma;

Marching Band; Concert Band; Brown and White; Semester
Spain.

in

Holyoke, Massachusetts; Marketing/ Israe! Marc Schepps Management; Alpha Chi Rho, Pledge Master; Frisbee Team;
Marketing Club.
Reading, Pennsylvania; Industrial Jeffrey S. Schiefer gineering; Delta Sigma Phi, President, Treasurer; Alpha Pi Tan Beta Pi; AIIE.

En-

Mu;

Newton Centre, Massachusetts; Richard Martin Schilder History; Beardslee, Social Chairman; Mu Omicron Beta; Cross-Country; RHC.
Peter

MacDonald

Schilling

— Toms

River,

New

Jersey; Journal-

Kappa; Omicron Delta Scholar; Williams ism; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Junior Varsity Basketball; Brown and White, Editor-in-Chief.
Salem, New Jersey; Mechanical James Edward Schilthuis Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi.

Curtis

L.

Schehr

Isreal

M. Schepps

Great Neck, New York; AccountMichael Alan Schlesinger ing; Sigma Alpha Mu, Steward; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Pre-law Society; SAC; Brown and White.
ture; Art
Fairfield, Connecticut; ArchitecPaul Richard Schlotterbeck and Architecture Society; IFC.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Jayne Catherine Schnalzer Accounting/Finance; Alpha Lambda Omega-Tau Lambda Chi, Social Chairman; Investment Club.
Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania; InChristine Marie Schneider dustrial Engineering; Freshman Honors; AIIE; Society of Women Engineers; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-president.

Lauren Schnorbus

— Lawrenceville,

New

Jersey; Accounting;

Gamma Women

Phi Beta, Treasurer; Freshman, in Business; Softball; ASA.

Sophomore Honors;
Michael A. Schlesinger
Paul
R.

Joel Bennett

— Teaneck, New Management; Bishopthorpe, House Manager; Marching Band. Schoenberger — Roslyn, New York; Chemical EnHoward
Schoenberg
Jersey;
B.

Schlotterbeck

gineering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, Freshman Honors; Epitome.

House Manager;

New Tripoli, Pennsylvania; E.E.E.P., Paul Alfred Schragger Psi Upsilon, Steward, Pledge Master; IEEE, Chairman; Society of Physics Students.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; Mary Beth Schratz Gryphon Society; Vice-president; Alpha Phi Omega; Ski Club;

Bridge Club; L.U.V.; Hotline.
St. Louis, Missouri; AccountCharles Harold Schreiber III ing; Delta Chi, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; WLVR.

Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey; Marketing; Laura Sue Schrier Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; SAC, President; Marketing Club; RHC; Ski Club; VLC.
Richard Charles Schulz

Howard

B.

Schoenberger

Paul A. Schragger

— Piscataway, New

Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta, Social Senior Class Gift Campaign; IFC.

Computer Chairman; Water Polo;
Jersey;

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; Robert Allen Schultz Alpha Lambda Omega, Social Chairman; American Chemical
Society;
Judith

Town

Council.

Anne Schwab

— Broomall,

Gamma

Delta, President; Dean's List; Sigma president; Forum; L.U.V.; Newman Council.
Briarcliff Manor, Peter David Schwab Investment Club; Gryphon Society; RHC.

Pennsylvania; English; Alpha Tau Delta, Vice-

New

York; Finance;

Huntington, New York; Biology; Steven Kieran Schwabe Lambda Phi, Pledge Master; Freshman, Sophomore Honors.

Pi

Phillipsburg, New Jersey; Biology; Junior Varsity Basketball; Varsity Softball, Co-captain; L.U.V.; Health Professions Society.

Karen M. Sciascia

Sophomore Honors;

William Bradford Scott
dustrial Engineering; Phi

Upper Montclair,

New

Jersey; In-

Robert A. Schultz

Judith A.

Schwab

Sigma Kappa, Steward, Social Chair-

man;

Varsity Ice

Hockey, Captain.

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\
Jeffrey

LI
S.

Schiefer

Richard M. Schilder

Peter M. Schilling

James

E.

Schilthuis

Jayne C. Schnalzer

Christine M. Schneider

Lauren Schnorbus

Joel B.

Schoenberg

Peter D.

Schwab

Steven

K.

Schwabe

Karen M. Sciascia

William

B. Scott

253

Sally Jo Searfoss

Donald

E.

Seeger,

Jr.

Robert H. Seela

William C. Selick

Thomas

A.

Shank

Rosene

J.

Shenk

Charles

L.

Sheppard

II

Charles M. Sheppard

Franklin D. Shoemaker

Ronald M. Short

Ellen M.

Shulman

PhilipC. Sih

Jeffrey

E.

Silver

Donna

I.

Silverstein

Franklin A. Sine,

Jr.

Jeffrey

E.

Skodnik

254

New Canaan, Connecticut; Jeffrey Philip Slayton Marketing/Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi, Secretary; Marketing Club.
Timothy
Eta
J.

Slegel

— King of

Prussia, Pennsylvania; Electrical
List;

Engineering; Freshman,

Sophomore Honors; Dean's

Phi

Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE; Marching Band; Concert Band.
S.

Walter

Smerconish
Psi,

— Doylestown,

Pennsylvania;, GovernJeffrey P. Slayton

ment; Zeta
White.

Social Chairman; Pre-law Society; Senior Class,

President; IFC;

SAC; Commencement Committee; Brown and

Timothy

J.

Slegel

Andrew Joseph Smith
ing;

— Rochester, Minnesota; — Verona,
New

Civil Engineer-

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President; ASCE; Varsity Swimming; Water Polo Club; Archery Club.
Charles Matthew Smith
Jersey; Accounting;

Junior Varsity Baseball; Parachute Club.

— Dover, New David W. Smith — Woodbridge,
David N. Smith

Jersey;

Chemical Engineering.

Kappa Alpha,

Virginia; Civil Engineering; President, Corresponding Secretary; ASCE;

WLTN.
Francis DeSales Smith
II

— Pottstown,

Pennsylvania; ESRM;

Geology Club;
James

Ski

Club; Sailing Club.

Poughkeepsie, New York; Mechanical L. Smith, Jr. Engineering; Kappa Alpha, Steward; ASME; Glee Club; Photography Club; Choir.
Philip Saxe Smith ing; AlChE; IEEE;

Computer

Dallas, Pennsylvania; Society.

Chemical Engineer-

Charles M. Smith

David N. Smith

Raymond Charles Smith
Eta

Coatesville, Pennsylvania; Electri-

cal Engineering; Bishopthorpe;

Freshman Honors; Dean's

List-

Kappa Nu.

Peggy A. Smoler

New

York City,

New

York; Psychology;

Phi Beta; Soccer Club; Psychology Club; Ski Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Gamma

Michael

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Electrical P. Snowden Engineering; Alumni Scholarship; IEEE; Audio Engineering Society; B.S.U.; Brown and White.

Kirk Floyd Snyder Engineering; AIIE.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial

James Sokol
ing;

— Greer, South Carolina; Mechanical EngineerJennifer Karen Somes — Hudson, Ohio; Chemical Engineering; AlChE. Tau Beta Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's — EnPennsylvania; David Lynn Sperring gineering; Tau Epsilon — Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania; ManFrancis John agement; Gryphon Society; AFROTC Scholarship; Forum. Craig A. Souser — York, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Phi
Lambda Chi Alpha.
List;

Pi;

Carlisle,

Industrial

Phi; AIIE.

Spinelli

Eta

Sigma; Beta Alpha
Society.

Psi;

Beta

Gamma

Sigma; L.U.V.; Gryphon

Lake Wallenpauapack, Pennsylvania; Susan Ann Southwick Accounting; Freshman Honors; Women in Business; Varsity Softball; Ski Club.

lames Sokol

Jennifer

K.

Somes

256

Walter

S.

Smerconish

Andrew

).

Smith

David W. Smith

Francis D. Smith

II

Raymond

C. Smith

Peggy A. Smoler

Michael

P.

Snowden

Kirk

F.

Snyder

Craig A. Souser

Susan A. Southwick

David

L.

Sperring

Francis

J.

Spinelli

257

Timothy

L.

Spivak

David

T.

Spoont

Barbara V. Stein

Paul

J.

Stein

Michael

).

Sternick

Washington, District of Columbia; L. Spivak chanical Engineering.

Timothy

Me-

David Thomas Spoont Merion, Pennsylvania; Finance/ Economics; Kappa Sigma; Freshman Honors; Varsity Squash; College Republican Club; Investment Club; Art and Architecture Society; Ski Club.
Egils

Tau Epsilon

Reginal Sprogis Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Architecture; Phi, Vice-president; Art and Architecture Society.

New jersey; Mathematics/ Patricia Technical Theater; Phi Eta Sigma; Mustard and Cheese, President.

— Mary Spugani — Rahway, —

Othon

Stachtiaris Athens, Greece; Chemical Engineering; Smiley, Social Chairman.

Tara Irene Stacom
Othon
Stachtiaris

Tara

I.

Stacom

Gamma

Phi Beta; Varsity Lacrosse; Varsity Field

Greenwich, Connecticut; Finance; Hockey; Mar-

keting Club; Senior Class Executive Committee.

Barbara V. Stein Great Neck, New York; Foreign Careers; Varsity Tennis; Alpha Phi Omega; Orchestra; Sailing Club; Campus Security.
Paul Joseph Stein

Princeton,

New

Jersey;

Mathematics/

Economics; Freshman Honors; Dean's William Nicholas Steitz
ical

List;

Brown and White.

— Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; MechanSwimming, Co-captain.
Phi
Ice

Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Varsity

Donald Kent Stemple Madison, New Jersey; Metallurgy; Kappa Theta, President; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Varsity Hockey.
Claudia Lynn Stern
Chi;

— Glen Cove, New York;

Psychology;

Psi

Sophomore Honors;
in

Varsity Tennis; Marketing Club;

Women
Claudia
L.

Business.

Stern

Stephen C. Stern

Livingston, New Jersey; Finance; Beardslee, Vice-president; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Investment Club.

Stephen Craig Stern

Michael John Stemick St. Elmo, Colorado; Accounting/ Finance/Marketing; Williams Prize; Sigma Tau Delta; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Marketing Club;
Pre-law Society; Junior Varsity Football; Senior Class Gift paign; WLVR.
Eric

Cam-

Alan

Stiefel

Glen Rock,

New

Jersey;

Accounting/

Finance; Phi Kappa Theta, President; Pre-law Society; Senior Class Executive Committee; IFC, Rush Chairman.

Thomas Paul
Engineering;

Stiles

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;

Mechanical

Sophomore Honors.

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Industrial David Bernard Stinner Engineering; Alpha Pi Mu; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; AIIE.

tional

Michael L. Stipa Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; Accounting; NaAccounting Association.
Somerville, New Jersey; Civil EngineerPeter Foster Stires ing; Zeta Psi, President; ASCE; Varsity Football; SAC; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Michael

L.

Stipa

Peter

F. Stires

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; AccountKathleen Ann Stofanak ing; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Pre-law Society; German Club; Marching Band; Concert Band.

Needham, Massachusetts; Accounting; Ronald N. Stoloff Varsity Lacrosse; WLVR, Business Manager; Investment Club.

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; History; Phi Alpha E. Stoup Theta; Swimming-Diving Team.
Susan
North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania; Stephen Paul Strait chanical Engineering; Chi Psi, Treasurer, Pledge Master.

Me-

Hall R. Strauss Tenafly, New Jersey; Finance; Sigma Alpha Mu, Social Chairman; Freshman Honors; Dean's List; Investment Club; Brown and White.

Hall R. Strauss

New York, New York; Chemical EnL. Strauss III gineering; Alpha Chi Rho; AlChE; Skiing Club; Lehigh Valley Grotto Club; Equestrian Club.
William
259

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Accounting/ Mitchell E. Stull Finance; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha
Psi; IFC.

Karl V.

Sturm

— Hellertown, Pennsylvania;
Epsilon, Treasurer;

Civil Engineering;

Sophomore Honors; Chi
Band.

ASCE; Marching

Princeton, New Jersey; Mechanical Richard Gregory Stys Engineering; Theta Xi; Ski Team, Captain; ASME; SAC.

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Finance; Chi Phi, President, Treasurer; Dean's List; Junior Varsity

Eduardo Suarez
Soccer.

Margaret Kay Suib
Relations;
tional Club.

— White

Plains,

New

Sophomore Honors; Dean's

List;

York; International IR Club; Interna-

Mitchell

E. Stull

Karl V.

Sturm

Robert Andrew Sukenik
chanical Engineering; Phi

Bloomfield
Delta.

Hills,

Michigan; Me-

Gamma

Hamilton Square, New Jersey; Industrial Richard J. Sullivan Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE.

Andrew

B.

Swanson

Haddon

Heights,

New

Jersey;

Journalism/Government; Delta Upsilon, House Manager; Brown and White, Desk Editor; IFC.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Chemical Brett Randall Swartz Engineering; Varsity Track; Junior Varsity Football.

Donna Marie Sweatlock
try;

— Paramus,

New

Jersey;

Biochemis-

Freshman Honors; American Chemical Society; L.U.V.

Diadra Lee Sylva

Social Relations; Freshman, Psi Chi; Psychology Club.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Psychology/ Sophomore Honors; Dean's List;

Diane Marie Symnoski

— Maple Glen,

Pennsylvania; Mathe-

Richard

J.

Sullivan

Andrew

B.

Swanson

matics; Alumni Award; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; L.U.V.; Choir; Chamber Singers.

— Kristen Lyle Talgo — Mamaroneck, New York; Management/ Finance; Phi Sigma Kappa; Varsity Soccer; Varsity Hockey. Stephen Tanen — Westport, Connecticut; Geology; Alpha Tau Omega; Rugby Club; Boxing Club; Geology Club. Barry Martin Tannenbaum — Rockaway, New York;
George
R. Talarico Nutley, New Jersey; Civil Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Rugby Club, Captain; Wrestling.
L.

Computer Engineering; Alpha

East Epsilon

Pi,

Lieutenant Master;

WLRN;
Art

Hillel.

Karen Lynne Tate Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Architecture Society; Le Compane.

Art; B.S.U.;

Kate Tate Atlantic City, New Jersey; Chemical Engineering; AlChE; Varsity Swim Team; Water Polo Club.

Cynthia Ann Tatko New Brighton, Pennsylvania; Economics; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Beta Alpha Psi; Judo Club;
IR Club.

George

R. Talarico

Kristen

L.

Talgo

George Richardson
keting;

Dean's

List;

Tatnall Woodstown, New Jersey; MarMarketing Club; Fencing Club; Tour Guide.

Arthur Ronald Taxin Broomall, Pennsylvania; Accounting/ Finance; Sigma Alpha Mu; Marketing Club; Ski Club.

Aram Vahe Terchunian
Club; L.U.V.

Westhampton Beach,
Pi

New

York;

Environmental Science/Geology;

Lambda

Phi;

Geology

James T. Thielens, Jr. Villanova, Pennsylvania; Finance; Kappa Sigma; Water Polo.
Robert Seavey Thornton

Plaistow,

New

Hampshire; Ac-

counting; Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Rush Chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; IFC, Treasurer; FMA.

Cynthia A. Tatko

George

R. Tatnall

260

Brett R.

Swartz

Donna M. Sweatlock

Diadra

L.

Sylva

Diane M. Symnoski

.

&

Stephen

L.

Tanen

Barry M.

Tannenbaum

Karen

L.

Tate

Kate Tate

Arthur R. Taxin

Aram

V. Terchunian

James

T. Thielens,

)r.

Robert

S.

Thornton

261

Brent

T.

Tolosko

Philip B. Traugott

Raymond

P.

Trevisan

William M. Troy

Eugene A. Vivino,

Jr.

Vincent

R.

Volpe,

)r.

leanne A. Wadsworth

Scott C.

Wainwright

262

Miriam Karen Thune New Canaan, Connecticut; Biochemistry; American Chemical Society; Men's Lacrosse Team, Manager; Arabic Club.

Richard McFaulane Tilley Washington, Government; Athletic Student Trainer.

District of

Columbia;

Steven James Timmerman Mequon, Wisconsin; ESRM; Smiley; Marching Band; Epitome; Brown and White.

Gary Steven Tobenkin Englewood Cliffs, New lersey; Industrial Engineering; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Ski Club.
Steven Glen Tober

— North Caldwell, New
WLVR; Brown and

Jersey; Journalism;

Junior Varsity Football;

White.

James Richard Tolbert
Steven C. Tober

lames

R. Tolbert

— Vienna, Virginia; Philosophy. Brent Thomas Tolosko — Phillipsburg, New Jersey; Mechanical
Benjamin Traugott Glen Arm, Maryland; ArchitecTau Epsilon Phi; Art and Architecture Society.

Engineering; German House, President; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; ASME; Investment Club; L.U.V.
Philip
ture;

Paul Trevisan Caldwell, New Jersey; Finance; Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer; Pre-law Society; Junior Varsity Soccer; Rugby Club; Investment Club; Brown and White.

Raymond

— — North

William Martin Troy
Club.

— Bedminster, New

Jersey;

gineering; Smiley, Social Chairman; AlChE; Cycling

Chemical EnTeam; IR

Bruce A. Underkoffler Reading, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; Alpha Pi Mu; Tau Beta Pi; All E; Brass Choir; Alumni
Band.

(1
Bruce A. Underkoffler
Carolyn
T.

Carolyn Theresa Unger Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Industrial Engineering; Alpha Lambda Omega-Tau Lambda Chi; All E.
Unger

Gregory

T.

Engineering;
Jeffrey Allan

Unger ASME.

Boyertown, Pennsylvania; Mechanical

VanDemark

— Mahwah, New

Jersey; Biology; Pi

Lambda
Steven

Phi; Varsity Basketball.

P.

Vankeuren

— Wilton, Connecticut; Mechanical
Jr.

En-

gineering; Alpha Chi Rho; Varsity Ice Hockey; Forum; (not pictured)

ASME.

William P. Van Nostrand, ing; Marketing Club.
John Vincent Veech

— Yonkers,

New

York; Market-

Verona, New Jersey; Accounting; Delta Upsilon, I.M. Manager; Presidential Prize; Beta Alpha Psi; Rugby Club; Ski Team; Ski Club.
F.

Rosamond

Vernon

Greenwich, Connecticut;

Industrial

Engineering.

Claudio Andres Visani
gineering; Alpha
Pi

— Caracas,

Venezuela; Industrial En-

Mu.

Rosamond

F.

Vernon

Claudio A. Visani

Eugene A. Vivino,
ical

Engineering;

West Paterson, New Jersey; MechanJr. Sophomore Honors; ASME; Newman Associ-

ation.

Vincent Robert Volpe, Jr. Guilford, Connecticut; German/ Mechanical Engineering; Pi Lambda Phi; Junior Varsity Wrestling; German Club; Chamber Music; Pre-law Society; Mustard and Cheese; Newman Association.

Jeanne Allison Wadsworth Biochemistry/Biology; Dean's
ety;

East

Brunswick,

New

Jersey;

List;

American Chemical Soci-

Women's

Basketball.

Scott George Wainwright Wrightstown, New Jersey; chanical Engineering; Alpha Sigma Phi; ASME.

Me-

Arthur E. Walch, Jr. Cranford, New Jersey; Accounting; Theta Delta Chi, Pledge Master; Junior Varsity Baseball.

Debra
Eta
Arthur
E.

B.

Waldron

Phi, Historian;

Nutley, New Jersey; Chemistry; Alpha Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi

Sigma; L.U.V.

Walch,

)r.

Debra

B.

Waldron

263

gineering; Pi

Ronald D. Wankner Absecon, New Jersey; Mechanical EnLambda Phi, Rush Chairman; ASME.

Kirk Martin Warshaw Marketing; Freshman,

Madison,

New

Jersey;

Accounting/

Alpha

Psi; Varsity

Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Beta Golf, Captain; Gryphon Society; Marketing

Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign.

Steven Washakowski
Engineering.

— Saylorsburg,
Swimming.

Pennsylvania; Electrical

Ronald D. Wankner

Kirk

M. Warshaw

Mary

E.

Weis

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Biochemistry;

Gryphon

Society; Varsity

Wendy Lynne Weiss Penn Valley, Pennsylvania; History; Alpha Phi, Rush Director; Pre-law Society; Senior Class Gift Campaign; ASA.
Clark, New Jersey; Psychology; Lauren Gail Weissman Alpha Gamma Delta; Dean's List; Psi Chi; Varsity Tennis; Powder Puff Football; Hillel Society, Secretary; Marketing Club; Wind Ensemble; Ski Club; WLVR.
Springfield, Pennsylvania; Mechanical Grant Louis Weitzel Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Hockey Club.

Leonard A. Weitzman
Pi

Lambda

Phi, Social

South Orange, New Jersey; History; Chairman; Phi Alpha Theta.

Francis Xavier Blaise

Wentworth IV

— Mt. Tabor, New

Jersey;
Grant
Weitzel

Marketing; Delta Phi, Social Chairman; Marketing Club; Cross-Country; Track; IFC, Social Chairman.

L.

Leonard A. Weitzman

Grant David Werner
tional

New York City, New York; InternaRelations; Smiley; IR Club; Residence Judicial Board;

L.U.V.

Audrey

New Kensington, Pennsylvania; Chemical J. Weston Engineering; AlChE; Equestrian Club, President.

Allentown, Pennsylvania; Jeffrey S. Wetzel gineering; Delta Upsilon, Social Chairman.

Chemical En-

Robin Lynn White Ellicott City, Maryland, Accounting; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Women in Business; Soccer Club; Ski Club; RHC.
Jennifer Lynne Whitworth San Antonio, Texas; Chemical Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; AlChE.

Bernard Wiesenberg Mamaroneck, Delta Phi; Forum; Brown and White.

New

York; Finance;

Karen Elizabeth Wilhelm
Engineering; en's Soccer.
ical

Hamden, Connecticut; Mechan-

ASME;

Society of

Women

Engineers;

Wom-

Robin

L.

White

Jennifer

L.

Whitworth

Grantville, Pennsylvania; Marketing; Pi Presidential Prize; Leonard P. Pool Memorial Award; Williams Prize in English; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta; Lambda Mu Sigma; Marketing Club, President; AMA; Sophomore Class, President.

Wynn

Alan Willard
Phi;

Lambda

Gamma

David Gately Williams Dartmouth, Massachusetts; Management; Kappa Sigma, Social Chairman, Pledge Master; Rugby Club.

Karen

E.

Wilhelm

264

Steven Washakowski

Mary

E.

Weis

Wendy

L.

Weiss

Lauren G. Weissman

David C. Williams

265

Timothy

J.

Wilmott

Mark

E.

Wilson

Wilma G. Wolfang

Elizabeth

Wolle

)oel P.

Wummer

Bradley H. Wyckoff

Jeffrey

).

Wykosky

Glenn M. Yarnis

Barbara G.

Yocum

Karen

L.

Yocum

William

E.

Yurko

266

Timothy

Bridgewater, New Jersey; Industrial EnJ. Wilmott gineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; L.U.V.

Mark Eugene Wilson

Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Industrial

Engineering; Theta Delta Chi.

Nancy A. Winkler
Alpha
Nancy
A. Winkler

Phi, Vice-president;

Alan

P.

Winters

Line; Senior Class Gift

Oceanside, New York; Psychology; Psychology Club; Lehigh Listening Campaign.
Jersey; Finance; Delta

Alan Peter Winters
Upsilon, Treasurer.

Wilma G.
gineering;

— Teaneck, New Wolfang — Sparta, New
Tau Sigma; Phi
Eta

Jersey;

Pi

Sigma; Tau Beta

Mechanical EnPi; Pi Tau

Sigma; ASME; Society of
Elizabeth Wolle

Women Engineers; FORUM; Ski Club. Bedford, New York; Industrial Engineering;

Dean's

List; AIIE.

Glenmont, New York; Chemistry; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; Gryphon Society; Residence Dining Committee; AFROTC;
Brian David Woolford
L.U.V.

Renee Worzman
Joel

— Bronx, New York; Marketing; AMA; Mar— Orange, Connecticut; —

keting Club; L.U.V.

Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineering; Delta Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Varsity Track.

Wummer

Bradley H. Wyckoff
Brian D.

Mechanical EnIFC; Varsity

Woolford

Renee Worzman

gineering; Delta Chi; Freshman Honors; Tennis, Captain.
Jeffrey John

ASME;

Wykosky
Tau Beta

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania;

Electrical

Engineering;

Town House; Freshman, Sophomore Honors;
Pi; Eta

Dean's

List;

Kappa Nu, Treasurer;

IEEE.

Glenn Yarnis
Eric Chester

— Short

Hills,

New

Jersey; Accounting;

Lambda

Chi Alpha, President; Investment Club.

Yaszemski Harrison, New Jersey; History; Delta Upsilon, Vice-president, Steward; Varsity Football, Tri-Captain;

Outstanding Defensive Lineman.

Verona, New Jersey; Chemical Engineering; Judy Yee AlChE; Judo Club; Volleyball Club.
Barbara Gale
ing;

IEEE;

Yocum Women's

— Crofton, Maryland; —

Electrical Engineer-

Lacrosse Team; Society of

Women

En-

gineers; L.U.V.

Eric C.

Yaszemski

Judy Yee

Yocum Allentown, Pennsylvania; Biology; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Women's Softball; Skydiving Club; Rho Gamma Kappa.
Karen Lee
Meredith Diana Young

— William Edward Yurko — Bethlehem,
ical

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; Finance; Investment Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign.
Pennsylvania; MechanSophomore Honors; ASME; Alpha Lambda
Electrical Engineer-

Engineering;

Omega.

Hampo Zadoyan
ing;

— Teaneck, New Jersey;
Computer
List.

Zeta

Psi; IEEE;

Society.

Michael Dean Peter Zanchettin
vania; Chemistry; Dean's

Lafayette Hill, Pennsyl-

Hampo Zadoyan

Michael D. Zanchettin

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Steven D. Zaretsky

Michael

).

Zepp

Saddle River, New Jersey; PsycholoSteven David Zaretsky gy; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-president; L.U.V.

Michael James Zepp Green Lane, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering; Freshman, Sophomore Honors; Dean's List; Tau Beta Pi; AlChE.
John Zervos

— Bethlehem,
Delta.

Pennsylvania; Biology; Freshman,
John C. Zervos
Doris
S.

Sophomore Honors.
Doris Signy Zetterstrom

Zetterstrom


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Brooklyn,

New

York; Biology;

Alpha

Gamma

Nancy Jane Ziatyk
Honors; Dean's

— Bath, Pennsylvania; Biology; Sophomore
L.U.V.
Big Sister Program; Russian Club.

List;

New Oxford, Pennsylvania; Joseph Lloyd Zook Mathematics/Economics; Sophomore Honors; Dean's List.
Brian C. Zwaan Havertown, Pennsylvania; Accounting; Sigma Chi, President, Rush Chairman; Rugby Club; Varsity
Football.

Nancy

J.

Ziatyk

Joseph

L.

Zook

Brian C.

Zwaan

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The Epitome, the Alumni Association and the Development Office also would like to acknowledge the
remaining members of the senior class of 1980:
Boutros Abouzeid

Aimee
Patricia

L.

Hardecker

W.

B.

Piercy
P.
J.

Rosemary Almon
Elizabeth A. Alperin

M. Hauserman David A. Hebner
C. A.

Larry

Joseph
Judith

P. Altier, Jr.
L.

Steven D. Heller

Mario James

Pleshko Procida

R.

Quigg
Jr.

Anderson Alan S. Andres John C. Andres Brian D. Aunkst Richard I. Back
Joseph
Jeffrey
J.

Hans

Henning

Charles M. Radler,

Curtis J. Heverly Eric V. Heyman

David M. Hickman

Norman

Bailey

V. Hill, Jr. Louis T. Hindehlang,

Jr.

N. Baker Harold R. Beck, Jr. Matthew E. Berg

Jeffrey K. Bernstein

Frank P. Bibas William L. Black John W. Blackburn

Noreen G. Hochheiser Thomas W. Hoens Marie B. Holland David E. Holt John P. Hughes Caron E. Hutchinson
Marissa A. lannucci
Juzer

Henry B. Ramsey III Dennis L. Raudenbush Jonathan M. Reed Frank Regan Gary J. Reickl William W. Rhoads
Leslie K. Rivet

Lon

K.

Robinson

Robert

W. Roe
F.
E.

Michael

Rovi

Thomas

Ruhle

Edward

J.

Bloom

M. Jangbarwala
J.

Abdolvahab Saleh Peter M. Sansom
Ruth Santiago John W. Schiech

Anne
Jeffrey

B.

Michael

Bock Boyd C. Bradshaw
J.

Kathleen

Januszewski

Peter R. Brander

Kaehn Alan Kahn Lawrence H. Kapner
E.

Dawn

Edward J. Schultheis James R. Schwenk

Mark

P.

Breslin

John K. Buck James P. Bugbee Peter H. Bugbee David E. Butler Gerald M. Cawley Edward W. Chencinski James B. Cheng

Peter R. Kebler Stephen D. Kelly Robert R. Kendi

Matthew

Kay D. Kirdi David K. Klouser
Robert J. Klova Christopher H. Knisely

B. Seasholtz Geoffrey C. Seibel David B. Selkregg Robert J. Settle Martin P. Sezack

Howard Shames
K. Shearer Danial J. Sheeran Kevin R. Silva Charles T. Smoot II Thomas J. Sodroski

Laurence

William M. Korchak

Edward L. Churnetski,.Jr. Tod J. Connors Frederick F. Couch Bennett H. Cozen
Crush Christopher P. Cuthbert Jeffrey A. Daise Christopher M. Davis William Devorick Martha C. Dodge Thomas J. Dubos, Jr.
R.

Mark

T.

Kremzner
III

William A. Lenz
Aileen Leshinsky Brian Lewis

Francis X. Soen

Timothy

Gregg E. Lewis David M. Lindsay Roger W. Lovelett
John
Eric

John G. Speer Matthew E. Spengler
Lisa D. Sperry

Loverde, Jr. David C. Luehrs
J.

Conrad J. Squitieri George W. Stasak
Strunk Taylor Tammy L. Tiger Daniel O. Tischler
Keith
F.

Maja A. Eberhardt
Silvio P. Eberhardt

Greta K. End James M. Eways Frank S. Falatyn Scott V. Farrow Gary W. Filson James B. Fitzgerald Peter J. Floriani

Lundberg Luttmann Muoi V. Luu David M. Maco John R. Mainzer Michael G. Malone
F.

John

S.

Ralph

W.

Raymond
Kenneth
Patricia
E.
J.

S.

Tombaugh

III

T.

Tontarski

Paul N. Mancino Frederick G. Manteghian

Totaro

Nicholas

J.

Thomas
David

F.

Flouras Folk

B. Foltz

Thomas E. Frawley John W. Fullwood
Eugene Furman Jeffrey D. Gardener Warren E. Gardner Jonathan Genkin Scott D. Geraghty Peter A. Goldie
Paul A.

Anthony E. Marrone John C. Masland Donald H. Mathesius Mark D. Mayo Mark A. Miller Lawrence R. Mitchell, R. Tim Monetti

Ughes, Jr. Lawrence G. Ullrich Christopher Vantuyl Angeline Villani Kenneth G. Vincent Phillip J. Walbert
Walter
llene
J.

Jr.

Waldman
P.

William

Walker

Thomas

Moore Elizabeth M. Murphy Donald J. Newton Long D. Nguyen
R.

Christopher A.

Thomas
John
III

P.

Ward Ward

Maryann M. Waszkiewicz
S.

Weeks

Northacker Jeremiah J. O'Donnell
T.

David

Thomas
Lloyd
F.

E.

Oshea

Gordon
Gorzsas

David
Scott
J.

B.

Gould Paul H. Grady Paul T. Gray Jeffrey S. Guburnick
Robert A. Haines Robert A. Hansen

Ottinger Clifford J. Park Peter A. Pelizzoni John M. Perkins

Weisse William Whitman II William A. Wiese Gregory G. Winchester
Patricia A.
B.

Gary

B.

Wippick

Wolahan Thomas M. Yurkanin
Brian K.

Stephen K. Perry William L. Peters Jonathan D. Phillips Ben H. Phu

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surprised Israel
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Amin
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tennis team
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becoming President ... an U.S. table was invited to China

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tory in the Presidential election despite the capture of five intruders bug-

1975
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ging the Democratic National Commit272

Lynette

Fromme and

Sara Jane

Moore

attempted Presidential assassinations ... a Marine assault freed the American merchant ship Mayaguez from the FedKhmer Rouge regime seize eral investigators accused the CIA of offense that included illegal wire taps New York City narand burglaries rowly escaped defaulting on $450 millthe unemployion worth of notes
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Jimmy
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Carter,

won

the

unknown when the year November Presiden-

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Jersey court

ruled that Karen Ann Quinlan had the Viking 1 sent back picright to die America celebrated tures of Mars
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commandos rescued hostages
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named

in the

Lockheed scandal.

Gary Gilble banking practices more died in the first U.S. execution of looters took advantage of 10 years in New York City blackout a
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tube baby Louise Brown was England.

bom

in

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toured.
a

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Israel

welcomed Anwar Sadat ...
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collision

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Vienna

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invaded Vietnam

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in

Cambodia
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war hero Earl

the

first

Atlantic balloon crossing.

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Dog Has His Day

by John G. Poles

happened three years ago, on a typical autumn Friday at Lehigh overcast skies, dried leaves and the captivating aroma of Bethlehem Steel lingering in the breeze. I managed to struggle through most of my psych
reading leaving a scintillating forty
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body resignedly fall bean bag chair which, for some unknown and unexplained reason, had been unanimously designated as the study chair by the roommates of apartment 44. As I reluctantly opened the text book to page 312,
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obliged and immedi-

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want to a sign that you
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My

watch indicated 9:45 when Bozo

finished his shower and dressed to go

Lehigh are personified for a day. The last semi-documented report of this phenomenon appears to have been in 1971 (eoincidentally, the very same fall women were first admitted to this au-

out on "the hill." Together we walked out of the apartment, and to my amazement there were dogs humanoid dogs walkeverywhere ing, talking, laughing. Without warning I was brushed by an enormous black Labrador walking along-side a small puppy. "There's a great beer and peanut night at Chi Psi," said the Labrador

"let's go!"

"No, I think we'll go to the Phase disco at Delta Phi," said Bozo.

V

Accompanying Bozo, we made our way to the party, passing a group of
Irish setters

wearing Sassoon jeans.

My guess was that they were from Gamma Phi Beta. On the way up we
popped
into Delta Tau Delta, and unaccountably found it unaffected by the

personification

phenomenon.
to

As we proceeded from one house
another, time relentlessly
11:45
of

moved

to

when there was a frantic stream humanoid canines all heading toward the center of campus. The U.C. chimes began to toll, the dogs appeared
to panic,

running helter skelter

and barking, Barking, BARKING. The book fell, my head jerked and suddenly my eyes opened to the loud cacophony of Bozo's answering barks to the dog in the next apartment. I dragged myself to bed leaving the pages on "empathy" for further illumination at Monday's lecture.

Dorm

Living

Winter

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Hotel Brodhead:
DORMITORY.
main rooms
in." for

A New

Face on Fourth Street

by Tisha Amoruso Webster's defines

it

as "a building, as at a college, with

sleeping and living

In the fall of 1979, approximately 200 students returned to the Universit\ from summer break and were faced with a new concept in Lehigh

named Brodhead House. Situated on the corner of W. Morton and Vine Streets,
living: a six-story "mid-rise"

northern-most edge of Lehigh's campus, Brodhead House (RH-12) is the University's newest dormitory. But to the 200 "first-time-ever" residents, it was more than that. It was an experiment, an experience it was home. Affectionately nicknamed "Hotel Brodhead," the building is composed of 50 four-man suites (10 on each of five floors), and a lobby complete with
at the

a University dining hall

snack bar

and laundry room.
It's a far cry from the old College Theater that previously rested on that plot of land. When that memorable landmark and a small church next to it were demolished more than two years

would rent for student housing. However, the contracting plans fell through, and the building was scaled down and redesigned for approval by
the Board of Trustees. In June 1978, the Board agreed to provide University

Moving in on that hot August Sunday was an experience I'll always remember. There's something about being the first ones to live in a brand-

new

building that

is

very exciting.

We

funding. One year, two months, and $2.1 million later, the long-awaited, much-discussed project was finally-

were intrigued by the whole place the color-coded and coordinated floors (with modern "This-End-Up" cratestyle furniture), the air-conditioning in

ago, the plans called for a privately-

completed. The
dedication
after

official

University
16,

financed 10-story building to be constructed, part of which the University

came on November
all

well

we had

settled in.

each suite and throughout the building (eat your hearts out M & M), the extralong beds ("Mom, I think I need new sheets"), and the individual bathrooms (no more long, cold hikes in the middle
of the night).

We

were

thrilled.

Naturally (this still being Lehigh), the building did have some short-

comings. Our desk chairs hadn't arrived vet, and "hey, where are all the
lights?".

With the exception of one small wall rooms, each apartment was without overhead lighting. Desk lamps became standard pieces of equipment as they travelled from desk to chair to bed. We telephoned home for lamps "old living room lamps,
light in the living

Mom,

please anything

.

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."

We fiddled with the water, halfexpecting, half-dreading, the stream of
cold shower-water that
all

veteran

dorm residents are used to and prepared for. But, "Lehigh had done something right" the plumbing was fine. And the future "Mr. Cleans" were

spared

when

it

was determined

that

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the hall maids would clean our bathrooms once a week. But the scene is not complete without mention of the elevator. "Wow an elevator," we said. Later we added,

"Wow a Lehigh Lehigh elevators are notoriously slow. Ours was no exception. To quote, "From the day it was born it was
rather reluctantly,

elevator."

trouble."
its

The

elevator, with a

mind

of

own, operated on just about a 4 to 5 day work week. And it was not uncommon to get stuck between floors, on floors, or most often, to have the door open and be staring at a metal

mm

u

The tricks to solving this dilemma varied from "push in the
outer door.

II
gether, we played together. We quickly found out that "yes, the food in our dining hall was still U.C. food", but the close, intimate setting provided an atmosphere that promoted
"family."

a

white handle", to "press the first floor button and open door button at the same time", to banging and crying out
in frustration.

My

day use the

stairs

roommates to this and my best friend
Brodhead House
that lurked in

refuses to ride the elevator alone.

But through

it all,

seemed

to us a

heavenly haven from

the dormitory

memories

We were 200 upperclassmen among ourselves — a family. We did in
our pasts.
fact

live with us each fourth floor.

have a "visiting-professor" family semester on the
lived together,

We

we worked

to-

In many ways, the opening of Brodhead also served as a connection between the students and the town. Nestled in the center of Fourth

Street

(Highway

412) the flow of
student traffic during the day noticeably shifted

"downhill," complement to

a

the

usually steady stream "uphill."

The

lehem Police Department.
first year is over. It was a sucBrodhead House will probably be a part of Lehigh for the rest of the

local bars

were

closer to us, Wawa's supermarket down the block found their business had picked up considerably, and

The

cess.

University's existence. Times will change, faces will change, and so will the memories. But for those of us that
lived there that
first

year,

Brodhead

most automobile-

owning students
quickly learned the location of the parking-ticket window of the Beth-

advantages and disadvantages, the good times and bad, will always remain an indelible part of our memories.

House,

its

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Beardslee

SEATED: K. Viobisky, C. Theisen, B. Wolahan, O. Chang, S. Stem, M. Schild, R. Meyer, D. Collins, D. Verbonitz, D. Breder, P. Guarracini, M. Raginski, C. Bakis, L. Burke; STANDING: T. Ruhle. H. Stryker, R. Schilder, R. Greene, R. Lyons, R. Kotelnick, M Del Monaco, R. Klopp, B. Swoyer,J. Donahue, B. Stever, C. Sparagno, B. Averback, P. Ricci.

Brodhead

2

SEATED: P. Sih, M. Murphy,}. Singer, N. Stubits, R. Stivale, A. Schaeffer, D. Renshaw, S. Erdman; STANDING: K. Tropin, B. Geekie, R. First, K. Mangan, D. Murphy, D. Patton, F.
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Ballew, D. Elia, D. Monaco, N. Hocheiser, E. Brenninger, B. Holt, C. Goetjen, N. Katz.

Brodhead

3

ROW

1:

Deutsch;
Sprout;

ROW ROW

V. Kloiber, M. Weiss, D. Fronheiser, G. linger, S. ButzJ. Wilcox, B. 2: R. Witcoff, G. Vivino, S. LuekerJ. Sipos, N. Gountanis, S. 3: M. Sommerfield, B. Campbell M. Waldeiser, B. Gallman.

Brodhead 4

ROW 1: S. Poskett, W. Poskett, L. PoskettJ. Sawka, C. Foltz, C. Marrah, A. Poskett, J. Figuar, N. Felix, M. Lyng, J. Aigen, S. Molotsky, B. MacFarland, B. Card; Row 2: T. West. E. With-

efard, P. Walter, S. Alfano, L.

man,

T.

Buehrer,

T.

Landwehr,

Marganaro, B. Sedler, B. HolL. Hoft,A. Deditch, Professor

Poskett, P. Sattler.

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Brodhead

5

1: M. Brogan, D. Dubowsky,]. Wilson. G.Jacobs, A. Palasleu sky, R. Buckley, S. Culver, G. Gershenson, C. Maegli; 2: J. Tieser, D. Gengos, B. Wayne, D. Schoenburg, B. Kowalski, P. DeStefano, M. Bushelow, M. Wrenn, S. Boyer, E. McDonough, T. Amoruso; 3: T. Brennan, T. Geicr. S. Miritello, K, Sandall L

ROW

ROW

ROW

Becker. D. Erlenborn, S. Shade; MISSING: //. Krafczek M Zcbrowski, C Schlags, M. Gallinaro, L. Tucholke, B. Froberg, L. Kruse D. Maco, C. Roff, S. Garvey, A. Altaian, A. Gander, B. McQuiston, B Fraikorn.

Brodhead

6

350

1: M. Lukides, V. Murk, M. Stipa, B. Chedester, D. Junius, A. Mishkin, L. Lipka, N. Yaeger, G. Supron, K. Noel, S. Smith, K. Sloan, L. Carlson, R. Hurley; 2: J. FernisterJ. Petrozziello, S. Antiskay, T. Ogren.J. O'Kicki, At. Paris, R. Glickman, D. Bansk, W. Botwin, M. Conroy, E. Heine, K. Fenstermacher, K. Sturn, M. Flannery,J. Pickol, A. Morrare, A. Streeter, I. Vader, B. Daniels, G. Rudy.

ROW

ROW

Congdon

1: S. Hesser, W. Pottinger, N. Campbell, C. LaCoss, W. Whitley, D Zuek.J. Helble, N. Mohsenian, M. Boyko, R. Rothman; 2: S. West, T. Durels, J. Ahsler, D. Daniels, A. Yeo, S. Wahlgren, W. VanLoan, S. Ed-

ROW

ROW

wards, L. Schuman, W. Sutman, S. Cohen, P. ReiffJ. Weisman; 3: G. Grigson, C. Kita, M. Bergen, J. Owen, ]. Bohar, E. DiStefano, R. Doyle.

ROW

351

Dravo A-2

r**!^

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:'-:

LaPaglia, S. 1; V. Morton, C. Nicklaus, K. 2: K. Kay. L. McCann, A. Soule, L. Hayes: Sandstrom, B. Schollock, C. Down.

ROW

ROW

Dravo A-3

Shapiro.L. D. Moore, W.Jones, J. Doe h.Raley. M. B. Corah, K. Dowlim, P. Proctor, D. Wall, L. Goldstem, Kelly, D. Bradley, B. Cohen. L. Fradkin.

ROW

1:

T. Miller,]. Slave,
2: L.

Miller

ROW

352

Dravo B-2

&

B-3

1: R. Wastcoat, D. Pietruszynski, B. PertusiJ. Valerio, S. Smith, B. Woolford, G. Swatek, D. Miller; 2: N~. Stettler, K. Atlas, H. Hull, G. Grauer, C. Bayer, j'. Barbaz, H. Mayoral, S. Block, J. Roeder; 3: T. Potash, G. O'Donnell, T. Pieczynski, G. Goldstein, C. Petersen, T. Rowe, D. Thompsom, B. Bailie, A. Nilson, R. Palmer, K. Depew, S. Lauderbach, T. Simms; MISSING: S. Allison, J Juraniec, M. Curiwitz, M. Mangino, C. Palovich,}. Hammond, D. Grow, V.Joo, D. Mattfeld, G. Strauffur.

ROW

ROW

ROW

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353

Dravo B-4

ROW
ham,

Povirk,

Gross, B. Yingling, P. Rose, G. Reid, G. Meltzer, T.C. Cunning2: B. Allston, S. Lust, S. Tobin;
1: P.

].

ROW

D. Bresnan, B. Gallagher B. Anderson, G. Ohl, T. Hartij, H. Lonstein, O. Orem, P.

Pinkham,

S.

Moore.

Dravo C-3

1: B. Bank s, V. Ozal, K. Connors. T. sina, D. Reichlc D. Harmon, K. Boyd;

ROW

ROW 2:

Mes-

K.

M. Tomsho ROW 3: L. Rauth, E. Engel, M. Leugers, K.Jamei
S.
S.

McKinney,

Cohen,

Hess,

354

Dravo C-4

1: A. Lewnes; 2: P. Kapur, T. Vrabec A. Kellett, S. Lewis; 3: S. White, W. Kress, S.E. McClain, L. Hochman, E. Schwartz, C. S chart tz.

ROW

ROW ROW

Dravo D-2

ROW 1: B. Succop, C. Gerberich; ROW 2: R. FulfordJ. Qualude, G. Burr, A. Bringhurst, M. Weuer; ROW 3: D. Hauze, G. Sieuerding, R. Taylor, K. Stoddard,]. Demon; ROW 4: M.
Spengler, E. Lerner;

ROW

5: F.

Kavolic. C.

Knachman,

J.

Crump.

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Dravo D-3

a

Donofrio, C. Martin, J. Foltz, A. Pomerantz, G. Strauss, P. DeBnin; D. Bohn, B.Applegate,J. Lambert, J. Incanclela,J Jones , B. Puzauski, J. Rex, J. Boglivo, T. Petrone, V. Aimenio, P. Marri, S. Spivak, A. Silipigni, G. McCaoe, N. Reiser, M. McCloughry, M. Sanfilippo,]. Mania, K. Richards.

ROW

ROW2:

I: J.

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Dravo D-4

L to R: C. Tiinmcrman.J. lucandella, ]~. Lambariello, M. Wheatall, E. Stollman, D. Donovan, M.Joe. M. Kipness,]. Gumino, K. Malkemes, G. Biscol, S. Bower, D. Field, J. Lavender.
356

Drinker 3

ROW 1: P. Schengrund, I. Minnich, M. Bell; ROW 2: M. Suib, M. Ganger, Deusseldorf, A. Shuhler, B. Ahlgrim, D. Ressler; ROW 3: /. McNab, D. Hank, R. Bartosz, M. Waszkiewicz, P. Gaston, J. Cugasi, M. Schwartz; ROW 4: M. Carboy, D. Long;
MISSING:
D.

Lammey,

J.

Byorick, K. Kanis,

S.

Hjorth,

J.

Caimi, D. Leitner, G. Wells, M. ldecker, C. Filz, C. Gorbunoff, A. Giitffro, M. Etchenique, K. Harmon, K. Green, R. Collins, M. Felicano, R. Caballes, D. Weisman, J. Gobuzda, T. Shank, D. Woodnorth, S. Hilaris, B. Neis, F. LibschJ. Baldwin, D. White. H. Gortler, H. Huekel.

Drinker 4

ROW R. Ramunni, L. Sluke, A. T. Harbison, D. Sgambelluri; ROW 2: A. Parfitt, L. Sommer.J. Ronca, D. Gash, K. Tate. S. Searfoss, A. Davis, ROW 3: J. Vogel, T. Minick, C. Mercan, R. Vernon, A. Weston; ROW 4: R. Summer, B. Moot stein. M.J
1:

Padjen,

Farmer.

L.

Whitworth,

K. Hespell. K.

Dickinson.

357

Leavitt

ROW 1: K. Glass, K. Randle, B. Brierhi, K. Piker, P. Leso, M. Rovi.J. Paige. D. Ocorr, D. Himmelstein, G. Lorenze, N. 2: T. Leonardi, R. Nemiroff, W. Coviello, B. Winick; Schmidt, A. Berenzy, D. Bauer, S. Garbasz,}. Hanke, E. Foiig,

J.

Sibilia, C. Roberts, S.
S.

Dranginis,

J.

Lebo,

J.

Leightner, C.

Kenkelen, C. Scheuing,
J.

HupnerJ. Lacy, G.Ahern,}. Mosher,

ROW

Davis.

M&M A-l

1: T. Padilla, B.Johnson, K. Reagan, S. Nitzberg, L. Broderick, V. Haines, S. Staff; ROW2:V. Smith, A. Marcantognini.L. Graham, ]. Phillips, D. O'Donnell, S. Haimowitz, A. Kurt, L. Mayhawk;

ROW

ROW

3- B. Gallis, E. Bernet, L. Walker, K. Turoski, N. CaputoJ. Dejesus, G. Meehan, T. Roth, M. McHugh, K. Pyros, T. Royal, A. Singh, D. Scopino, K. Robertson, M. Corbet; IN FRONT: C. Pomeroy.

358

M&M A-2

1: J. Sare, M. Reyes, N. Sasak, D. Darvy, L. 2: P. Orlowsky, J. Kozen, D. Gallo, C. Riely; Munno. S. Skrivanek, N. Haldeman, R. Rutter, R. Weidner, S. Bevin, IW. Trost, S. Hosono, M. Beaulieu; 3: P. Spratt, K. lunar, L. AndreachJ. Sebold, S.

ROW ROW

ROW

Brucher, B. Campbell, B. Benson, D. Quinn, S.Jaffe, L. Penrod, B. Leenov; 4: E. Kiley, P. Holmes, B.

ROW

Russell, K. Cauwels, B.
sole,

D. Moser;

ROW 5: T. Banet, K. Holl, M. Filan, L.

Rawson,

K.

VanTyne, E. Bat-

Isko.

M&M A-3

1: L. Kagdis, T. Lumb, L. Kline, B. MargisonJ. Weir, L. Petersohn, K. Murature; 2: S. Fischel, D. North, J. Wilson, B. Robertson, S. Sanford, P. Robbins, D. Klinger, W. Moyer, A. Blackler; 3: L. Smith, C. Shettino, T. Sweety

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S. Herder, K. Woodruf, A. Kanavy, L. Pucilowski, B. Earle, F. Sherbert, G. Byers, E. Bandler, B. Poppe, M. Butler, A. Hill, S. Beidleman, D. Pippins, S. Yee, L. Kirshner.

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M&M B-l

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1:

2: B. Doney, Duvall; Joynt M. Cenzo, G. Novek,

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Hamwi, M.

Stires, E. Sposto, S.

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Dobey, D. Bark,,. D. Minches D.
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Wellman, T. Scanlan,]. Helm.F. Meier. T. McGinnesJ. Baker. Levy D. Dacquisto, D. Andrechyk; ROW 4: S. Hem, A. Gesner,]. Stevens, D. Crawford, M. Holmes, K. Council.

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P. Emhree B. Hemlri, ks. B. Duff,,. T Morris. E. Morgan, D. Dean, Thorpe, R. k. K. Thorpe 2:./. Sam. J. Antos; ROW 2. J. Hammerschmtdt, Cum,, S. Sam, B. Cum,', Miron, ™ron Thompson, M. __.._ d d..:.'.i._-.).... r> pf„;~ Anston, B. Bainbridge, D. PfeilT. Hukill, J. Moloney, G. (.nil,,. Makou ski. T Albright,]. Powell, W. Taboada, H. Imaeda, D.

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Erickson, L. Dietrich, C. Woods, F. Boosman, G. Kulka; MISSING: K. Heinick, F. Lenzo, E. Pendleton, A. Hummel, S. Balliett, D. Hausman, B. Hannan, T. Whyte, P. Kline, B. Itnmer, J. O'Donnell, Bentley, D. Kynor, ]. Griffin, L. Loo, F. Salloum.
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1:/. Young, A. Gotthelf, B. Pianucci, M. Burke, R. Mayo, G. Lechner; 2: M. Petroshi, S. Goodrich, L. Berthelson-Leon, J. Rethore, C. Ortiz, R. Weaver, W. Giles, S. Gurst; 3: W. Miller, P. Dura,]. Fuller, P. Miller, J.

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Pushar,

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Speicher, J. Perri, J. Aronson, A. Simrell, P. Yablonsky; 4: R.

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Donahue, G. Essner, C. Herdt, K. Greenawalt Adams, B. McGuinnes, S.Jones.

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ROW 1: M. Stegers, D. Pratt, T. Stevenson, S. Fisher, P. Schwab, A. Creamer, P. Pietrucha, D. Coltharp; ROW 2: T. Blaisdell, T. McDonnell, E. Schultz. G. Bell, J. Selve362

McGee.J. SiriganoJ. Vanderhoff; ROW 3: B. CurM. Stewart, M. Dana, W. Hadden, S. NovinsJ. Deevy, R. Ragoza; ROW 4: M. Lucas, R. Craft, A. Benn.
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1: S.

Ochs, K. Hartman;

ROW2:

M. Bielieu,

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Schlicht, P. LeutzJ. Guida, S. Bond;

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M. HUl, R. Divas, L. Simpson, M. Ellis; ROW 2: L.Jones, M. Sohn, C. Mason, E. Fountuine, E. lobst, C. Brown, R. TorieloiJ. Wathne; ROW 3: P. Sanehirico, D. Esslinger, T. Grodt.A. Monroe, D. Harris, L. Andernum, G. Marcin, L. Boetius, C. Kwalik,

ROW

1:

M. Blackstone, K.Jones, D. Campbell. K. VanHoesen, C. Miller. S. Schaufert, D. Hulkower, /. Heitmann. D. Vounas, M. Donley, I. Rosencrantz; ROW 4: P. Brewer. S. Bretz. T. Zellers.J. Baker, S. Baeieh. R. Andraka.

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hall of '80"

has been presented by

Joe

Thornburg

1: M. Marx, J. Helman, C. Donahue, M. Benz, B. Mueller, A. Mazzei, B. Horvath; 2: M. Baymor, L. Morganstern,]. Sciabica, G. Thalhamer, L. Ammerman, I.

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Warren Square

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ROW l.K. Otto, A. Dewingarde.K. Stein;
Mascolo, R. Cortes,
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Gallagher.

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HcnchelJ. Balaskas,

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Williams

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Costello,B.Gittleman, R.Horn,

C.Koehler,D. Sharper;
C. Rucki, L. Gregg, K.

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P.

Huhn,

B. Karoly.

VanderwadJ. Snyder, J. Iden-

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Camelot

SEATED:

T.

HaaeJ. Burke:

ROW 2: J.

Hughes, J. Bichdale, M. Connor.

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A. Geltzeiler, M. Lundgren, N. Fahl, E. Marshall, L. Kaiden

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Guckes;

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LohrenzJ. Hartman,
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Cable, O. Rahim, W.

Gehman,

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Dunn,

Ullrich, J. Eggert. E. Grasso, R. A. Huhseh, P. Smoler, D.

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Ronca's Boys
When in doubt, throw it out!
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No smalla dough
It's
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I'll call,
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you pick
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up

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anymore! midnight
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FIELD

P.

KIRBY

HOUSE

1: C. Alfano, E. Kane, D. Seeger; Forcey, D. Boyuka, T. Stiles, B. Johnson;

ROW

ROW 2: R. Tilley; Row 3: T. ROW 4: R. Johnston, J.

Grube,J. Schilthuis.

He's dead, Jim Are these communal? Who's got dishes? Who's been drinking Uncle Tom's soda? How old is this green bread? The Memorial Party with Dr. Feaver Aren't we going to invite any The Skiltymobile guys?. .$500, Dean!. Burn, McCarthy's and the Salem Sunbeam Fish baby, burn The phone's on fire sticks "The launch French toast Fires specials Fuel waster pad, she's burning up!" It's the Ghost! Don's four second shower Anti-terrorist Chem E "Ensign Seeger, Report to lavatory duty immediately! The Grubatron Rejection "Throw the bomb!" row Housequakes Foul shooter Jaxon The Bents Don't molest Wally! Super! Ricky Baby The Deathcycle The Fuhrer C.A.T.O. "That's barbaric!" Charge it to Ronca The check is in the mail Rut isn't that illegal, Mr. Ronca? Steady as she goes, ahead warp factor one!
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By now

it

was exactly 7:55 and

I

made

A Day
Although Lehigh
in school there
is
is

in the Life of a
beginning
that this

Commuter

the last fifty yard dash to my class in record time. But wait! My professor's secretary was standing there telling us
that class

primarily a live-

a substantia]

num-

to get the ominous feeling was not going to be one of my

was cancelled because the
start. I

professor's car wouldn't
cried.

almost

ber

oi

students

who commute from

home. Being commuters, they face main obstacles that arc unique unto
ter

better days. The car started (thank

God) and

I

them. Take, for example, one fine winTuesday. The alarm was set for 6:45. leaving plenty of" time to shower and make it to my 7:55 class. Unfortunately, today I shut the alarm and leaned hack against my pillows to catch five more minutes
of sleep.
I

way. Twenty minutes to get across the New Street bridge, park the no problem, car and run to class mile from one snow. About even in the wallet and lunch realized I my home kitchen on the sitting still were counter. I must have hit every red light

was on

my

went to the game room where the pinball machines promptly robbed me
I

of whatever change
ets.

I

had

in

my

pock-

Now, I didn't even have enough money to buy a soda for lunch. I decided to go over to the Townhouse to see who else was around before
Great!

going

to

my

next class.

awoke

to the

sound

of

my

between home and school and traffic on the bridge was slow. As soon as I
crossed the bridge, the railroad crossing gates started coming down signaling the approach of what had to be one of the slowest trains on record.

The rest of the day went without too much trauma. Only one more class to
ter

mother's screaming, telling me that I was running late and that it had
inches last night. I jumped out of bed and raced towards the bathroom only to find my sister had

snowed

six

Now
would

beaten me to probably be there for at least another fifteen minutes. I went back into my room and threw on the nearest available jeans and sweater.

the shower and would

Mudd
out of

the race was on to see who get a spot out in front of the building. I turned the corner
a single

and spied

empty

spot.

Then

go before I was free to pick up my sisfrom school and complete a mile long list of errands my mother asked me to do. My professor kept us an extra fifteen minutes trying to teach us the entire citric acid cycle in the matter of seconds. Finally, school was over. I ran back to the car only to find that I had

My

breakfast,

consisting of a vitamin pill, was choked down with a glass of juice. I was

blue Toyota and took the spot right before my eyes. Harboring feelings of murder, I drove off to find another space.
a little

nowhere came

been ticketed. The car
times before
school.
I

stalled four

to the high time I got there, my sister had left with some of her girlfriends leaving me to complete the errands by
it

made

By

the'

myself.
I

I

just sat there
to

had done

wondering what be tortured this way to-

day.

Thank God, everyday is not like this, but they do pop us every now and then. Maybe next semester I'll move
on campus.

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THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
1980-81
Director-on-Campus Samuel H. Missimer '50
President

Augustus A. Riemondy 41 Senior Vice President Robert H. Hicks, Jr. '44 Regional Vice Presidents James M. Bridgman '50 Region I iXV-Ncu England) James H. Latham '53 Region II (NJ)

Alumni Trustees Charles E. Swenson Stanley M. Richman
Robert H. Rilev,
Jr. Jr.

'51 '55

Samuel W.

Croll,

'35 '48

CM.

Camarda

'52

William L. Clavton "51 Oldrich Foucek III '72 C. Keith Rust '57

Region III (PA & Delaware) E. William kuhl '66 Region IV (Central states)
C. Scott Hartz '68 Region V (Southeastern states)

James
Staff

J.

Duane

III '73

Mark H. Hannah
Treasurer Joseph M.
Archivist

'62
states)

Region VI (Western

lames W. Niemever '43, Exec. Dir. H.B. Ramsey '50,' Assoc. Exec. Dir. Dennis R. Diehl '70, Asst. Exec. Dir. Susan B. George '77 Lee Ann Lusardi '79

Workman

'53

Charles M. Frankel '62
Directors-at-Large
S. Betzwieser '75 Richard H. Francis '54 Philip R. Peiler'60 Thomas E. Hirsch III 75

Lvnne

Committee Chairman Richard M. Smith '48, Annual Giving H.M. Schelden '19, E.H. Howells '34, Awards Donald B. Herterich '52, Oldrich Foucek III 72, Class Gift Stanley M. Richman '55
Continuing Education Gregory B. Falkenbach 72 Student/Alumni Relations

LEHIGH ALUMNI CLUB DIRECTORY
ALLENTOWN
ARIZONA — Howard E. Keim '55, 8145 N. 68th St., Camelback Countrv Club Es., Scottsdale AZ 85253 602-948-0776 ATLANTA — John D. Champagne '67, Uniflex Corp., Suite 100 — 1380 W. Paces Ferrv Rd. NW Atlanta GA 30327 404-237-5547 BOSTON — Robert A. Geremia '69, 103 Woodledge Rd., Needham MA 02192 617-444-5285 CENTRAL NY — Robert W. Hvla 62. Henneberrv Rd., RD #2, Manlius NY 13104 315-682-6957

— Eugene R. Smar 73, 2024 E.

Highland

St.,

Allentown PA 18103

215-432-0670

CENTRAL PA — R. Scott Shearer'71, 121 Slover Rd., Mechanicsburg PA 17055 717-766-5185 CHICAGO — Robert H. Rilev III '65, 844 Bluebird St., Deerfield IL 60015 312-537-5260 CONNECTICUT VALLEY — Harrv W. Jones '42, 473 Ridge View Rd., Orange CT 06477 203-795-9466
DALLAS/FT.

INDIANA — Robert D. Gredvs '63, 3524 Camiel Dr., Carmel IN 46032 317-846-0835 JERSEY SHORE — Glenn S. Williman 71, 612 Auth Ave., Ocean NJ 07712 201-531-6481

DELAWARE — Eric R. Fahnoe '65, 3313 Englewood Rd., Wilmington DE 19810 302-478-4140 DELAWARE VALLEY — John D. Eler '69, 286 Westcott Blvd., Pennington, NJ 08534 609-396-8422 FAIRFIELD COUNTY — Ann R. Hagmann '69G, 9 Meadow Dr., Cos Cob CT 06807 203-661-0520 FLORIDA WEST COAST — Martin B. Solomon '65, 4925 Bav Way Pl„ Tampa FL 33609 813-876-1773 HOME CLUB — Paul W. Wagner '57, 3449 Mountain View Circle, Bethlehem PA 18017 215-691-5221
LANCASTER COUNTY
MICHIGAN

WORTH

— Carl

S.

Hauptli 71, 1415 North Trail, Carrollton

TX

75006

214-24,5-2307

LONG ISLAND — Alan V. Schwartz 70, 111 E. 85th St., Apt. 9A, New York NY 10028 212-826-2000 MARYLAND — Nelson L. Bond, Jr. '57, 13019 Old Hanover Rd., Reisterstown MD 21136 301-526-5707
MID-JERSEY
Stire's '50,

— Harrv

B.

Walton,

Jr. '44,

930 Martha Ave., Lancaster PA 17601

717-393-4542

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Inc.,
St.,
J.

'69,

'50,

'43,

Jr. '62,

J.

'68,

Ct.,

'62,

Ct.,

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'58,

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'59,

'55,

Jr. '66,

'58,

Jr. '64,

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Jr. '60,

'52,

Jr.

'62,

St.,

S.

'74,

St.,

Jr. '43, '49,

St.,

J.

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7,

'48,

'49,

B.

Jr. '63,

III

Lit.,

'58,

'.54,

Ct.,

P.

'50,

For information on any Association activities please feel free to contact the Alumni Office, Alumni Memorial Building 27, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 18015. For information on club activity contact alumnus listed or
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Alumni

Office.

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384

Index
Field

Hockey

Nationals, p. 52.

Pi

Finals, pp.

Academics, pp. 16-41. Acknowledgements, pp. 386-387. Activities, pp. 146-191.
Administration, pp. 18-23.

74-75. FMA, p. 165. Football, pp. 104-107.
Football

Champs, pp. 70-71.

Forum, pp. 166-167.

Lambda Phi, pp. 320-321. Phi Delta Theta, pp. 310-311. Delta, pp. 312-313. Phi Phi Kappa Theta, pp. 314-315. Phi Sigma Kappa, pp. 316-317. Pie-law Society, p. 1 79.

Gamma

Psi

Upsilon, pp. 322-323.

ALO-TLC,

p.

1

53.

Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Phi Omega, p. 154. Alpha Sigma Phi, pp. 282-283. Alpha Tau Omega, pp. 284-285. American Chemical Society, p. 54. Amer. Inst, of Chem. Engr., p. 1 55. Amer. Inst, of Ind. Engr., p. 155. Amer. Soc. of Mech. Engr., p. 1 56. Arnold Air, pp. 274-275.
1

Chi Rho, pp. 274-275. Epsilon Pi, pp. 276-277. Gamma Delta, pp. 278-279. Phi, pp. 280-281.

R
Gamma
Phi Beta, pp. 302-303.

German House,
Gryphons,

p. 369. Graduation, pp. 98-99. Greek Week, pp. 92-95.

p.

1

68.

Golf, p. 144.

Residence Halls Council, Richards 1 & 2A, p. 362. Richards 4, p. 363. Riflery, p. 125. Ronca's Boys, p. 371. Russian Club, p. 179.

p. 180.

H
Halloween, pp. 54-55.
Hillel, p.

S
Scabbard & Blade, p. 181. Seniors, pp. 192-269.
Senior Class Officers, p. 181.

B
Band, pp. 158-159. Baseball, pp. 140-141. Basketball, pp. 116-119. Beardslee, pp. 348. Beta Theta Pi, pp. 286-287. Bishopthorpe, p. 368. Black Students Union, p. 157.
Boxing,
p.

Hockey

168. Club, p.

1

69.

Ice

Hockey,

p.

124.

IEEE, p. 170.

IFC, p. 171.

Introduction, pp. 4-15.

Investment Club,

p.

170.

Alpha Mu, pp. 324-325. Sigma Chi, pp. 326-327. Sigma Nu, pp. 328-329. Sigma Phi, pp. 330-332. Sigma Phi Epsilon, pp. 332-333. Sigma Tau Delta, p. 182. Ski Team, p. 182.
Signic?

131.
2, p.

Brodhead Brodhead Brodhead

348.
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6, p.

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349. 350.

I

Smiley, p. 364. Soccer, pp. 112-113. Social Club, 205, p. 370. Society of Women Engineers, p. 183.
Softball, pp.

lunior Class Officers, p. 172.

142-143.

c
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368. Carlton Ave., 545, p. 369. Cheerleaders, p. 160. Chi Epsilon, p. 161. Chi Phi, pp. 288-289. Chi Psi, pp. 290-291. Choir, pp. 162, 163. Community, pp. 374-383.

Camelot,

p.

Officers, p. 183. Spring, pp. 82-101. Spring Fling, pp. 90-91. Sports, pp. 102-145.

Sophomore Class

Kappa Alpha, pp. 304-305. Kappa Sigma, pp. 306-307.
Karate Club, p.
1

72.

Squash, p. 128. Stoughton, p. 363. Student Activities Council, pp. 184-185. Student Met. Society, p. 1 86. Swimming, pp. 126-127.

Commuters, pp. 372-373. Congdon, p. 351.
Contents, p. 3. Cross Country, pp. 110-111. Cycling Team, p. 161.

Lacrosse, pp. 134-137. Lafayette Week, pp. 61-63. Lambda Chi Alpha, pp. 308-309.
Leavitt, p.

358.
p.

Tau Beta Pi, p. 186. Tau Epsilon Phi, pp. 334-335.
173.

Lehigh University Volunteers, Lehigh Valley Grotto, p. 173.
Life

Taylor 1 E & W, pp. 365. Tennis, pp. 138-139.

D
Dedication, p. 2. Delta Chi, pp. 292-293. Delta Phi, pp. 294-295. Delta Sigma Phi, pp. 296-297. Delta Upsilon, pp. 300-301. Dravo A2 & A3, p. 352. Dravo B2 & B3, p. 353. Dravo B4 & C3, p. 354. Dravo C4 & D2, p. 355. Dravo D3 & D4, p. 356. Drinker 3 & 4, p. 357.

&

Living,

270-373.

M
Marketing Club,
p.

Theta Chi, pp. 336-337. Theta Delta Chi, pp. 338-339. Theta Xi, pp. 340-341. Thornburg, p. 366. Track & Field, pp. 132-133.

176.

McConn, p. 360. M & M A1, p. 358. M & M A2 & A3, p. 359.

V
Visiting Lectures

M M

B1, p. 360. B2, p. 361. Montclairites, p. 370.

& &

M M

Comm.,

p.

187.

Mustard and Cheese, pp. 174-175.

w
Warren Square A, p. 366. Warren Square C, p. 367. Water Polo, p. 187.
Williams, p. 367. Winter, pp. 66-81. WLVR, p. 188. Women's Soccer, p.

N
Newman
Easterns, pp. 84-85.

Association, p. 177.

Epitome, pp. 148-149.
Eta

Kappa Nu, p. 1 64. Equestrian Club, p. 164.
Orchestra,

o
p.
1

Women's
78.

1 89. Volleyball, p. 114.

Wrestling, pp. 120-123.

Faculty, pp. 24-41.
Fall,

Field

pp. 42-65. Hockey, pp. 108-109.

Panhellenic, p. 1 76. Pi Kappa Alpha, pp. 318-319.

Zeta

Psi,

pp. 342-343.

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385

1980

Epitome
Staff
Photographers
Brian Allston

Bethlehem "Globe-Times"

"Brown and White"
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|ohn Gicking

Diane Greco
|ohn Heidenreich

Mike Hill Bob James
Shari

Komarow

June Kuvin

Lauren Lieb

Merin Studios
Office of Public Information
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Paul

Joe Ryan

Bruce Seligsohn
Ellen

Shulman

Pat Spugani

Bernard Suess

Aram Terchum Steve Timmerman
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Acknowledgements

it's finally over and what a relief! could tell you about the problems, and joys of the past year if space allowed. But, more important, I'd like to thank all those dedicated people for their long and unselfish hours spent in helping me to produce this book.

Well,

I

hassles,

I

express

my

Diane Poles
office as
if
it

— As managing editor Diane deserves special recognition
and
creativity especially during the final

sincerest gratitude to:

for her

helpfulness, time,

weeks.

was our home when the days were 15 hours long. differences throughout the year but now, she is a dear friend and have finished the book without her.
Clarice

We shared We had our
I

the

know

I

couldn't

May

— By keeping us solvent,
made

paying our

bills

(even the

3M

bills),

and

manager seem easy. In addition to a job-well-done, her sense of humor at the banquet and at the end of the year kept us smiling (even though John and her made that difficult to do at times). A photo editor has a very demanding schedule. We were quite John Gii king
raising sufficient revenue, Clarice

the job of business

fortunate to have a reliable and dedicated person such as John to

fill

this position.

Not only did he provide terrific pictures but he also had the time to listen to all my problems. Thanks John, your patience and understanding helped me to continue
onwards.

The editors
produced
a

If

space allowed,

I

would thank each and every one
inexperienced
staff,

for their

outstanding performance.

We were an

but together

we grew and

good book.

Chris turned an idea into reality. Sketching 35 fraternity and sorority houses was quite a feat. Thanks for a job of perfection. Steve Merin Always full of advice and creativity, Steve, our publisher's representative, was a great asset. His helpfulness will never be forgotten. Merin Studios Special thanks go to Marv, Jeff, Richie, Lee, Donna, and

Chris Ussier

— — —

everyone

Donna

not only pleasant service but for the best service. (Thanks answering all the stupid and numerous questions could think of to ask.) journalism Division For faculty advisor Sharon Friedman the past year was
at the studio for

for

I

staff members (including myself) were non-journalism majors. However, her concern and continued support throughout the year was most appreciated. Professors Joseph McFadden, Robert Sullivan, and Walter Trimble were most helpful whenever a question arose. Secretary Ruth Mathis was invaluable. Not only did she type and answer our phone but she was a friend during those long hours

unique. All the

in

My Apartmates —
alot.

the U.C. basement.

up with

My
this
.

Nancy, Katrina, and Patty who had to live with me. You've put Thank you and keep in touch. Parents I'm most grateful to my parents for understanding that had to do

I

.

.

The end

to the

best friends. In addition,
satisfactions
I

yearbook means the end to four years of good times and some of my it's the end to a year of many disappointments and experienced as editor-in-chief. But, to do it all again SURE. that

Pamela

A. Cleaver

Editor-in-Chief

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