Broome Community College - Citadel Yearbook (Binghamton, NY)

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BROOME TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE THE CITADEL 1967-1968 ?sssai?i?v BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK TABLE of CONTENTS Opening. 4 Orientation.10 Freshmen.16 Candids.50 Convocations.52 Vital Statistics.56 Sponsors Trustees.57 Faculty 58 Candids 90 2 Activities Library Candids Sports . . Candids . Social . . Candids . Awards 94 114 116 120 132 134 146 149 150 152 194 202 Seniors Not Pictured Seniors. Senior Directory . . . Graduation. . . .IT HOLDS NEW EXPERIENCES.. THE YEAR BEGINS. . . . . .Anticipation. . . -a -- •re . . .ACTIVITIES... tisisim . .PROJECTS PROGRAMS.. . .. .GIVING... 6 s .. .PERSONAL EFFORT... Wrfjjk ■ .ffr 41 ,! f ' M ALL TOO QUICKLY WE REALIZE THAT WHAT REMAINS IS A MEMORY... . . .THE YEAR HAS ENDED 9 ORIENTATION A new frontier of learning . . . . . . new sights, new ideas, new thoughts . . . . . . loneliness . . . . . . a feeling of k who am I?’ Let me entertain you All you add is love Happiness is having power. . . and admirers Chain, chain, chain chain of fools THE PICNIC 12 Ann Sheehan and Cassie Kaschak enjoy a miniature bonfire. John Peterson uses some applied psy¬ chology on Betty Ann Doyle. Bob Petrush decides it is not quite like mother ' s. THE BONFIRE 13 KANGAROO COURT “The Court” sits in judgement. Dove creams your skin while you wash. It seems that Marie Loscavio recalls being “thrown” into a lake by Keith Armentrout .... A frosh gets a taste of the “upper crust.” 14 HOOTENANNY Laughter is conta¬ gious; so Charlie Dornan discovers. ACTIVITIES FAIR Fran Battisti is lauded with gift and applause. Music soothes the troubled minds of persecuted frosh, if it comes from Shelley and Paul. Frosh find out where it ' s at. 15 FRESHMEN Here the lowly Frosh stands . . . . . . ahead, a mountain of truth and learning . . . . later to discover that the mountain is not so tall. I I BUSINESS David Andrew John Avery James Ayres Robert Barrett Sherrie Beaudette Gerald Bell Robert Berg Ted Bilsky Elizabeth Bird Nancy Bish Ronald Bloom John Bombaski Roy Breward William Brunette Donna Buchel Albert Bullock Barbara Burchill Dennis Byrum David Carr Daniel Casey John Catali no John Cavataio Vincent Cawley Joseph Cerio Carol Chambers Catherine Cheevers Edward Chidester Irene Christopher Daniel Cieri John Clarke Frank Clemente Scott Compton John Connery Bruce Cook Allen Crews Thomas Cudihy Martha Cummings Kenneth Daby Patrick Dane Ronald Davis William Davis Gerald Day f 17 Business James Dearborn Gary De Groat Anthony Dellos David Dellow Sharon DeMond Robert Dexter Gary Di Paolo Harold Dombert William Doolittle Wesley Downing David Duck Darryl Dunham Robert Eldred Richard Emmick Luigi Fata John Fenner Norma Ferris John Finsel James Foley Robert Fratini Steven Frechette Dale Freeman Patricia Furey Lawrence Gambee David George Douglas Gerhardt Jon Gibbs Sharon Gill David Grant Stephen Green Andrew Grillo Gerry Hackett Patricia Hamarich Margaret Harrison William Hasley Richard blastings 18 Kenneth Helms Paul Hills Lora Hoag Edwin Hogg III Clayton Hollenbeck Thomas Holmes David Hunt Joseph Huray Richard Iannon Joseph Jakubowicz Raymond Jennings Donald Johnson Mary Jeanne Johnson Terrance Johnson Alan Jones William Kabanek Kenneth Kabanuk Robert Kanabroski Joseph Kelleher Jr. James Knapik Robert Kobylak Robert Koski Neil Kuusela Leo Lake Marshall Lake Gale Laughner Roy Lehto Thomas Lewandoski James Lewis Terry Lewis Brian Liddle Armando Ligouri Richard Lott James Lukas James Lutsic John Madigan 19 Business Karen Malonis Howard Mash Michael Matias John Matisi Mark McCarthy Ronald McEwen Kevin McGoff Michael McKercher Karen McNalley Donna Medionte Lonny Merrin Daniel Miller Gregory Miller Michael Morello Robert Morgan Nancy Morris Joseph Mortzheim James Murawski Paul Nazer Edward Novak Dianna Nowicki Donald Olson Laurence Orischak Dennis O ' Shea Susan Marie Ott Robert Palmatier Neil Hess: Does he typify the BT Seniors? 20 Douglas Palmer Francis Pandich Gary Parker Gerald Parker Elizabeth Perkins Fred Petrilli George Pichura Michael Polesnak Bernard Post William Post John Price Carl Puylara Jr. Sheila Reap George Reid Kenneth Ribble Randall Riggs Richard Roberts Frank Robinson Ronald Rogers Susan Rogers Daniel Rounds Lloyd Rozboril James Ruane Gerald Russin David Santas, Jr. Louis Santoni Phillip Sasinek 21 Business David Scharnu Marcia Schell Alan Schrock Mary Ann Serowik Richard Shear Betty Sivak Jerry Skrivan Chris Slocum Ronald Smith Kirk Snyder Robert Sodan Jack Southard Eric Stever Annette Stojek David Streno Edward Syryca Raymond Testa William Tingley Rene Torino Robert Treible George Treyz III David Vasilchik John Vazzana James Vining David Vrooman Edward Walker Ronald Wallace Joseph Walsh Michael W ' ard James Watkins David Weston Allan Whieldon Susan Williams Walter Williams Thomas W ' ilson John Woods Daniel Wrighter Paul Yakaitis Jonathan Zagorsky James Zaharis Paul Zajdel Joseph Zdimal 22 J !j SECRETARIAL Elaine Baburchak Marie Barno Mary Bartnicki Robyn Batley Darlene Belinsky Frances Benson Rebecca Blake Andrea Blee Judith Bomersheim Mary Brown Judith Carosella Barbara Cawley Katherine Conant Carolyn Courtright Patricia Daszewski Elizabeth Doyle Marilyn Dunlap Shirley Ellis Sue England Dawn Fernald Virginia Ferris Mary Ferry Linda Finnegan Suzanne Carey Connie Gelatt Christine George Ann Goughary Ann Gregoire Jo Ann Herrick Rhonda Hidock Kathleen Higgins Linda Hilton Kathleen Huntley Georgia Jerram Patricia Johnson Diane Jubinsky 23 Secretarial Mary Katunak Nancy Kenner Jill Kenney Diann Kettell Mary Kloda Dorothy Knish Christine Komatinsky Jeannine Koytek Joyce Kropp Michaelene Lesko Donna Loveland Karen Marshall Elena Miehaluk Marleah Miller Judith Molnar Charleen Nelson Mary Niederhofer Ann O’Day Elizabeth Onufrak Sally Paden Anna Parise Gerry Perry Anna Peterson Marcia Pierce Marcia Popelka Carol Raffensperger Elizabeth Reisinger ! « 24 Marion Rezucha Gail Rhydderch Janet Richards Marcene Ritch Mary Ritter Carolann Rombach Mary Rourke Judith Rozelle Deborah Sage Karen Schneider Janet Searles Carolyn Swan Eileen Tarbell Susan Taylor Diane Vincenec Cynthia Vosburgh Nancy Wasecka Susan Weild Yola Wilt Marlene Yacos Dorothy Yenik Not Pictured: Business: Kenneth Arnold James Buchta James DeFlippo Michael Durst Fredrick Elliott John Finamore William Fynch James McMillan Charles Shores Richard Terwilliger James Viglione Secretarial: Shirley Folmar Carol Horinek 25 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY George Balcom John Biros Raymond Boyd Craig Decker Richard Dingman William Durst Douglas Gardape Gerald Kipikas Barbara Kostick Frank Meade An audience always improves performances. Heidi Moore Terence Murphy Thomas Nedlik John Rutkowski Peggy Schrader Robert Stoltz Dennis Temple Jilda Tiffany Donald Ziegler 26 CIVIL TECHNOLOGY Robert Acquisto Wallace Benjamin James Biggs Robert Bodek Timothy Bradley Geoffrey Brandt David Budosh Robert Burton John Cheeseman Terry Coleman Michael Colsten John Contro William Diffendorf Michael Federko Phillip Giancursio Thomas Graham David Kushner Louis Larrow Ray Mastin John May Not Pictured: Peter Babuka Larry Finch George Flaus Philip Niver Paul Stevens John Maykulsky David Milligan Dennis O’Dea Steven Opie Andrew Petkash Lawrence Reistetter Thomas Swingle Paul Uric James VanTyle Thomas Vasina 27 DENTAL HYGIENE Ruthann Allyn Nancy Arnold Margo Atkinson Pamela Belyea Jeanine Benoit Mary Burns Kathleen Coleman Karen Coolbaugh June Cosier Gloria Cox Mary Curry Mary Delaney Diane Eldred Linda Fritz Marcia Fronk Vivian Graby Gail Green Shirley Gruesbeck Karen Hedlund Karen Hiekling Joanne Hicks Mary Howell Cynthia Hutsko Bonnie Irish Marge Kizer and Kathy Moore combine efforts in the DH spiedies sale. 28 Susanne Jenner Jo Anne Jessen Eileen Kelly Mary Long Susan MacDonald Eileen Morrison Kathryn Pepper Elaine Perry Margaret Plantz Carolyn Poley Jeane Rafferty Catherine Rejman Evelyn Rice Nancy Robbins Barbara Stangle Kathleen Stiles Judy Stonier Linda Taylor Kathleen Terzo Martha Thomas Jeanne Voltaire Eileen Warded Nancy Zaks The emotion of a soccer game expresses it¬ self in many faces. ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY Ronald Allis Robert Benninger Larry Birt William Blish Robert Brown Gary Bundas John Church David Coutts Ken Davenport Jr. Gary DeWitt Bruce Dobsch Dennis Duckett Beverly Ellinger Robert Ernst William Fedor Gerald Frand John Frank Richard George William George Kenneth Gill Ronald Grenell James Griffin Dennis Hadlick Robert Hagin Kenneth Harden Jeffrey Hollister Steven Houghtalen Thaddeus Hurd Raymond Ingraham Alan Klindt George Korba Pierre Lamb George Lester Dennis Lia 30 Alan Oakley Daniel Petras Charles Pickering Harold Pierce Frank Plonski Dennis Ruggieri Carlton Sackett Michael Saunders Ronald Saunders Wayne Schneider Gary Selover Not pictured: James Carter Michael Eggleston David Kane Peter Puccini Michael Shoemaker Robert Skovronsky Douglas Smith James Snedaker Ronald Snow Mark Sterner Richard Stickane Andrew Supa Duane Travis Richard Travis Thomas Tyburski Jerome Varsik Robert Vormwald Leroy Waldheim Paul Williams Robert Yurecka Walter Zevotek Robert Ziska John Zurn Dennis Mastro Robert Mrazek David Newton David Noakes Jr. 31 ENGINEERING SCIENCE Judith Baker Jerauld Beach Paul Born James Clark Nicholas Drobot Thomas Dunn James Finch Gary George Joseph Giordani Joseph Igoe Jr. Steven Jurick Thomas Kalaf Leonard Kelly William Lord Donald Lynch James Mangels Brendon Marks Richard McCarthy Michael McEwen William Miller Arthur Peltier Joseph Pilkington Gary Robinson Louis Roma Francis Sagan Edward Seraydarian Gary Sickles Kathe Tyler Charles Verry Jr. William Wayman Robert Wesko An thony Wolanski 32 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY James Bennett Thomas Brooks Bradley Brown Jacob Corby Jr. Robert Leal X-RAY TECHNOLOGY Douglas Lupo Mark O’Malley John Shaw Roy Sleeper Gerald Wahl Michael Wheat Warren Batcheller Bonny Fleming John Ireland Michael Lewis Sharon Heath Lynne Parker Linda Ramburg Jo Ann Rice Sandra Roe Barbara Wright Nadania Majka Francine Ramaglia Elaine Rollins Joan Slaughter Valerie Stephens Shirley Stewart Robert Sunheimer Patti Sykes Thomas Walsh Linda Williams David Witkin 33 iw LIBERAL. ARTS i Gary Albrecht Kenneth Allen Brian Allis John Antos Peter Badera Jr. Sandra Baldwin Charlene Ball Orlow Ball Jacqueline Banta Michael Barbetta William Bartlow Patrick Bartolone Richard Battaglini David Baylor Michael Beatty Robert Bennett Jr. Richard Berka Ernest Blake Linda Blake Jacquelyn Bonear Ann Bravi Cathy Brigode Walter Brower John Brown Gerald Buckley Richard Bucklin Jane Butch Karen Butkiewicz Anthony Capito Deborah Carr Douglas Christian David Chura Kathleen Ciganek James Clapham • 34 Judith Clift Gene Cline Craig Cook Richard Cook Winton Cornell Lorraine Coughlin Joseph Coury Donald Crampton Janice Craver Michael Dahulich Marilou Dann Robert Darcangelo Ronald Davis Suzanne Dennis John DiFulvio Deborah Donald Martha Dorst Joyce Dunn Judith Earley Alfred Emmi Bruce Fating Robert Fedor Paul Fitzgibbons Richard Foley Richard Foote Esther Ford Lawrence Frechette Larry Fresinski Ruth Gdovin Joseph Gerich Robert Gilson David Glann John Glueckert Mary Goetz 35 Liberal Arts John Goodrich Melinda Goodrich David Goodwin Charles Greenmun Nelson Gregory Robert Griffith Peter Haahr Terry Hackett Gary Hall Suzanne Hanagan Robert Harper Donald Heeter Edward Hengel Janice Hergert David Hessberger Georgiana Heyda Larry Higgins Russell Hobert Richard Howland James Hubbard Daniel Ingraham Russell Ives Gordon Ivey Linda Jackson Myra Jackson Mark Johnson Dennis Joyce Beverly Juser ' Paul Kalka Sharon kanick Catherine kaschak Martin kilmer Dorean kimball James kittredge Roman klaczanyj Cristy knapp Wayne koch Allan kocian John kocik Robert kohut Thomas kost Jeffrey kraham 36 Michael Kratochvil Clare Krick Marilyn Kuenzli Mary Larkin Alfred Lauder Patricia Lenox Linda Lent James Lieberman Bonnie Lockett Robert Lupka Paul Lynady Thomas MacBeth Daniel Mack Michael Manley Dennis Markel Dennis Martin Thomas Maynard Thomas McCabe Michael McCartney Ann McHugh Carol McPartland Sara Meling Jean Melville Howard Miller Paul Morris David Nemchick John Nichols Gerard O ' Neil Rita Opie Charlene Palmer Eric Phelps Lawrence Pocengal Lee Poliziano Albert Pozzi Theresa Prusik Patricia Rafferty Jacklin Randall Kevin Ray George Raymond III Catherine Reardon Stephen Requa John Reyen 37 Liberal Arts C harles Roberts Leo Rosenberger Jr. James Royer Stephen Rury Mary Ryan Michael Ryan Charles Salisbury Cyndra Sands Gary Schanz Sally Schroder Mark Scott Jack Shay Anne Sheehan Linda Shepherd Gary Shields James Sindon Kathryn Sirsen Nancy Slachta Sidney Slaughter Alan Smith Christopher Smith Arlene Stutzmann Nancy Sullivan Richard Svatek Linda Swartz Ronald Tarby George Thompson Carol Tilley Howard Tompkins Thomas Townsend John Transue Robert Tucker David Vergason Valarie Virgilio Paul Wackett Gary Wahl Stephen Webb Michael Wells Susan Westgate David Whalen Kathie Whalen Larry Wickham Not Pictured: Nikki Agatheas Alfred Beers Mary Benedict Virginia Bentley John Bump Kathleen Daglio Anastasia Fialla Alexander Fiato John Harasta Mary Hunter Francis Lutz James Moran Leslie Pike Terry Rose Richard Sabat Dean Spencer James Thompson Kathryn Vil 1 Ronald Wagener Dale White David Woodworth Carol Williamson Terry Williamson Deborah Wood James Woodruff Kenneth Wyckoff Margaret Zandt MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY James Ande! Richard Barrett Larry Bates Donald Bosket Donald Card Steven Cart Michael Clune Gary Coles Daniel Cook Allen Costello Richard Cretser David Damron Stephen Douglas Ray Everett Richard Fahey Joseph Guarnieri Steven Gyidik Allen Hinman Keith Houseknecht Frank Flunsinger Daniel lannon “My, what a big mouth you have,” said the Big Bad Webb. Louis LaTerra Bruce Lehman Walter Lewis Larry Kicinski Charles Kneisel James Lanning David Lisiesky Charles Lohmeyer Edward Mack Richard Mauer Robert Mayko James Miner David Morean Robert Northrup Thomas Oliver Thomas Price Charles Quackenbush Donald Rauschmeier Ray Rockwell Howard Sammann Dwight Smith Gregory Stewart Harry Sullivan John Sullivan Dennis Thornton Wolfgang Tinz Earl Webster William Whalen Stephen Williams Terrence Williams Robert Wilson Not pictured: Mary Tuttle “Mr. Mac” ponders his efforts with the pep band. 41 5 MEDICAL OFFICE Claire Abell Suzanne Archie Linda Barnes Louise Bode Kathleen Brady Patricia Corey Jean Gardner Mary Holleran Suzanne Howe Michelle Kozuboski Susan Kramer Deborah Livingston Joan DiOrio Dawn Estes Janet Fletcher Monica Foley Lana Lockwood Colleen Neylan Kathleen O ' Donnell Arlene Olver Brenda Parker Mary Stamm Kathleen Sullivan Carolyn Vredenburgh Pauline Wiktorek Jane Zimbelman NURSING TECHNOLOGY Celia Ace Barbara Allis Carolyn Axtell Doris Bush Rose Cosmello Beth Dawson Christine Dedicke Elaine Dewey Gloria Dickson Joan Doviak Diane Eaton Elaine Edmondson Nancy English Marsha Fitzpatrick Marguerite Gangloff Alica Giljam Linda Gill Edna Grimaldi Susan Hague Jeannie Handzel 43 •i Nursing Technology Sally Heath Jennifer Hessler Sheryl Hill Gaylene Keeney Kathleen Laird Virginia Lesniak Linda Lewis Sandra Meeker Judith Melody Francine Newman Rebecca Oakley Eugenia Paraska Mary Polovchak Mary Scepita Sandra Schuler Patricia Stankiewicz Diane Stracuzzi Sandra Sukenik Jacqueline Ward Susan Webster Margaret Wheeler Linda Wood Mary Woods Not pictured: Linda Spreng 44 REGISTERED NURSING Nancy Alexander Linda Barvinchak Cathleen Baynar Mary Bish Gaye Butler Marjorie Caughey Joyce Gasparovic Lucinda Heater Diane Hiltz Carol Hollenbeck Mildred Howey Dionetta Hudzinski Jo Jaskiewicz Anna Joy Roberta Kerr Nancy Mathews Doreen McPartland Mary Moore Mary Oliver Elaine Reynolds Laura Schoonover Jessie Shade Mary Spring Claire Strudgeon Barbara Thomas Patricia Trumbull Kathleen Ulrich Maryann Wart Elizabeth Wells Not Pictured: Vicki Hardman Patricia O’Connell 45 : STATE HOSPITAL Margaret Affeldt Brenda Begeal Betsy Breed John Brown Patrice Daly Eileen Davis Mary Goodard Karl Heim William Hessberger Jo Ann Joseph Paula Kline Anita Dewey Paula Dittfield Kenneth Evans Donna Eoote Marcia Koltz Barbara Kush Karen Martin Stanley McCagg Martha Nejeschleba Eileen Slofkosky Lynne Turner Carol Williams Connie Williams Leon Wilmot 46 GENERAL STUDIES Benjamen Ackley Fredrick Aloisi Richard Anderson Dennis Babcock Angelo Baccaro Gary Barnes Not Pictured: Janice Bergman Richard Blinkovitch Harold Bonning 11 John Connolly Oakley Henyan Robert Randles Roger Rimbey John Schering Gary Truss Daniel Verdon 47 Harry DiLello Peter Dobransky Bonaventure Donato David DuBois John Edwards Mervin Eldred Craig Baumlin Paul Blythe George Buchler David Caciola Charles Canestaro Paul Carey II James Cavanaugh Joel Clark Jim Cook Lester Dailey Roy Darrow Kenneth DeBergh Jr. Donald Denison Carl DeShay Victor DeVaul Ned Diehl ! General Studies Dennis Everett Erwin Fernald David Gerber Garry Giragosian John Hayes Robert Holmes Thomas Elynn Robert Fritts Vincent Grace Joseph Gray Russell Husted John Hyzen William Jackson Stanley Jennings Thomas Jones John Kalicicki Jr. Donald Kinney Dean Kirlin James Kirby ' Michael Knapik Dennis Lee Thomas Lesko Brian Levis Ronald Mack Eugene Martino David Masker James Matous Nicholas McCarthy Keith McDavit Bradley McDonald Robert McNeil John McTague Charles Moody Lansing Morris James Moulton Harold Oakley 48 Robert O’Reilly Henry Paris Robert Rankert Richard Reed Charles Robinson Nicholas Rossi Joseph Raimondi David Rankert Robert Richards Joseph Roberts David Russin Robert Sallazzo Charles Saunders Gerald Schermerhorn Robert Shiptenko Joseph Shortino David Snyder George Stevens Henry Taylor Jr. Carol Travis Thomas Traynor Francis Tremblay Robert Turock John VanDeMark Robert Vanek Jeffrey Wagner Maureen Walsh John Ward Gary Welter James White Paul Wilson Martin Winters Robert Winterstein John Wright Paul Yacavone Charlie Young 49 Dave Henderson seems to have a “hold” on Jeannette Petkash. Debbie Donald: only she could know what lies behind this ex¬ pression. CANDIDS Sue Webster looks as if she wonders what she’ll do if she really catches it. “I would like a diamond right here, if no one objects,” says Jack Shay. Wonder what tickles the fancy of Marty Ham? It looks as if Fran Short is a little upset with the business he and Evelyn Rice are getting at the ticket office. John Benyi, Jim Hubbard and Keith Armentrout look on as Betty Cum¬ mings gets a “royal escort” from Larry Frechette. Fran Battisti seems to be causing Jan Walker some pain. . .or at least a lot of trouble. Jan Craver: a study in freckles. “Let me tell you, that last shower was really cold.” exclaims Marie Loscavio. 51 CONVOCATIONS HENRY KISSINGER “America and Europe: A New Relationship” 52 54 VITAL STATISTICS 1967-1968 FALL ENROLLMENT Full-time Day Seniors 608 Freshmen 885 General Studies 110 total 1603 Faculty 154 TOTAL FALL JUNE SEPTEMBER DEGREE PROGRAMS: ENROLLMENT GRADUATES GRADUATES Business 384 131 16 Secretarial 126 33 Chemical Technology 38 13 3 Civil Technology 56 19 1 Dental Hygiene 82 30 Electrical Technology 151 63 Engineering Science 53 20 Environmental Health Technology 11 Liberal Arts 391 141 13 Mechanical Technology 105 45 Medical Lab Technology 24 7 I Medical Office Assistant 44 19 Nursing Technology 31 X-Ray Technology 24 16 Industrial Technology (Extension) 6 2 total 419 total 160 NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS: Nursing Students General Hospital 44 State Hospital 25 General Studies Certificate 110 Part-time Day 197 total 1896 Number of students expected to graduate in September. 56 SPONSORS AND TRUSTEES STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK Samuel B. Gould.Chancellor S. V. Martorana.University Dean, Two Year Colleges Kenneth T. Doran.Associate University Dean, Two Year Colleges BROOME COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Edwin Crawford, Chairman Charles Babcock Frank Buongiorne Anthony Coletta Joseph Garbarino William Hanifin Richard Hill Ralph Howard, Jr. Harold Kinder Melbourne Niles Frank Norton, Jr. Robert Ott Christopher Renda Earle Ridley Salvatore Rizzi Norman Shadduck Holmes Somers, Jr Paul Vosbury James Wahl EDUCATION COMMITTEE Harold Kinder, Chairman Frank Norton, Jr. Earle Ridley COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES James Davidge Carl Gitlitz Robert Kelly Wilbur Kupfrian Darwin Wales, Chairman Richard Parish Harry Prew Frank Silkman M iss Linda Stanford (Emeritus) J. Bruce Buckler Bernard Chernin Leopold Eckler 57 t W FACULTY Faculty, administrators, staff . . .wisdom, guidance. . .a pathway to self-knowledge. An instructor, a counselor. . . sometimes a friend. PRESIDENT’S OFFICE Cecil Tyrrell President of the College iff kmigmmmmrn Rose Paciocco Secretary Rita Casey Secretary Dorothy Turner Administrative Assistant to the President 59 DEAN’S OFFICE Betty Marecek Director of Recor ds and Schedules Harvey Roehl Administrative Dean Herbert Durst Dean of the College Frances Medovich 60 Eleanor Salisbury Isabelle Ferenczi Recorder FINANCE OFFICE Eleanor Wood Roberta Traylor Mary Tuttle David Reynolds Finance Officer Josephine Barvinchak Kathryn Gidzinski Nan Newman 61 STUDENT PERSONNEL Robert Pufky Director of Admissions Richard Powers Dean of Students Phyllis Snover 62 Irene Campo Director of Health Services Charles Greene Director of Music Irene Sabacek Bruce Mac Gregor Coordinator of Student Activities Diane Brutvan Ruth Wilcox Ruth Barlow Maggie Panko 63 EXTENSION DIVISION Gino Canale Assistant Director Carleton Everett Director Marge Savory Sally Downey 64 LIBRARY Uthe Bowers Barbara Tingley James Baker Associate Librarian Joan Foley Librarian Judy Savitz Jane Rawoof James Ellis Senior Clerk Janet Kupfrian Assistant Librarian MACHINE RECORDS ROOM Patricia Gorley COMPUTER CENTER .1 f V Mary Cooney Dolores Newby Edward Dougherty Director Vivian Schell Eileen Coleman SWITCHBOARD Joseph Bakic Eva Brink I 66 AUDIO¬ VISUAL CENTER John Young Toni Gregg Coordinator Iva Edwards Della Pepernik PUBLIC RELATIONS I na Knudsen Ruth Zerbst Robert Keller Marvin Behr Director 67 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Nancy Crandall Ozmun Winters 68 Mary Schum Department Chairman- Medical Office and Biological Science BIO-MEDICAL DIVISION 4 Joan Russin Secretary Dr. John Clark Division Chairman Carolyn Bishop Secretary George Ferrari Department Chairman - Medical Lab and Environmental Health Lois Roach Department Chairman - Nursing BIO - MED Environmental Health and Medical Lab Technologies David Newton Diane Brush Nursing Technology Ruthe O’Boyle Doris Bahem Wayne Evelo Eleanor Stethers X-Ray Technology Anthony Davis 70 Medical Office Assistants James Bridger Axford Beagle Department Chairman Donald Wager Teressa Buran Joseph Gay David Sterling GENERAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Floyd West 71 BUSINESS DIVISION A. James Kalbaugh Division Director Mary Gaugler Secretary Helen Jastran Secretary Evelyn Katusak Department Chairman Secretarial Sciences 72 Robert Cann Department Chairman Administrative Management Administrative Management Donald Banks W. James Abbott Melvin Brown William Matechak Raymond Rogers Walter Tedick Fredrick Malloy 73 Administrative Management William Baker Ralph Holloway Richard Stowell Dorothy Saeger Elizabeth Altenhofen Arlene Bangilsdorf CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION Esther Shafer Secretary David Fergus George Noles Dr. John Kushner Department Chairman Anthony Lo Tempio James Spalik Stephen Burlingame Chemical Technology John Grace Dorothy Gockel Mary Lehmann Arthur Stankevitz Michael Orinik Brendan Flynn | If I] I John Susko I 76 DENTAL HYGIENE Betty Rounds Barbara Adams Roxie Stitzer Associate Chairman Dr. Frank Fiaschetti Department Chairman Elsie Bowling Lorraine Burns ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY William Dervay Randy Dickerson Maureen Gillette Secretary Lawrence Sitterlee Department Chairman James Leco Robert Beers John Timko Ronald Powers Shay Sheheen Richard Leo (left) and Robert Reid Edward Troicke LIBERAL ARTS DIVISION Lloyd Hartman Division Director John Huther Department Chairman- English and Humanities Irene Benko Secretary Harold Hickey Department Chairman-History and Social Sciences Catherine Kolar Secretary Evelyn Millen Secretary Herbert Church-Smith Department Chairman-Foreign Languages Department of English and Humanities Frances Caselia James Boyden Stephen Korducavich Paul Chambers Philip Audino Milton Kirkpatrick Toby Zupnick 81 ■ LIBERAL ARTS Department of English and Humanities Shirley Osmun Robert Johnson Samuel Colman Gabriel Cappellucci Harold Sunshine Edwin Drake Jr. 82 Department of Foreign Languages Joseph Petrone Henri Lewin Department of Angela Bacheller Frank DiStefano History and Social Sciences John Collins Frank Mrykalo 83 LIBERAL ARTS Department of History and Social Sciences Dr. VV. Porter Swift Gerald Freeman George Elliott Richard Romano Dr. Leroy Greenwood Robert Liddy Otto Behrens 84 MATH - PHYSICS Ludwig Lange Irvin Simser Department Chairman Gordon Dates Robert Forsythe Rose Holic Secretary Math - Physics Dr. Henry Ketcham Clement Moses Howard Herzog Joseph Milensky Charles Ricker Terrence Kistner 86 V Robert Hoogstoel David McLoughlin J. Beth Weierich Ronald Kimball Paul Nordholm Mary Diegert 87 MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY Michael Kapral Department Chairman Irwin Lawn Darla Thrasher Secretary Douglas Rittenhouse i Irene Swierkosz Secretary Charles Kofira Howard Turner Edwin Walsh William Ryder CIVIL TECHNOLOGY Blaine Ellis Jonathan Rook Warren Hoyt Marion Forbes Stephen Steele Department Chairman Newton Boyce 89 90 It looks as if Jeff Cicak enjoyed him¬ self at the Student Council picnic. “What’s this.. .mutton?” asks “Petruchio”, David Henderson. Mr. Greene, Mr. Church-Smith, and Mr. Johnson offer their congratulations to Mr. Drake at a little celebration “where it really swings” in honor of his recently earned Master’s Degree. Bob Vanek offers a cheery toast. . . .Wonder what he’s celebrating now? Did you know that Chris Slo¬ cum is a little “odd”? Not everyone smokes with their nose. CANDIDS You ve heard of people getting in¬ volved with a hobby, haven’t you? Well, here Wolfgang Tinz seems to be relishing a box of film. Okay! Frank Streety, in his characteristic little hat, chats with Dean Powers in the SUB. What could Brenda Parker ever have been saying to Judy Baker at the Camera Club Why, it must have been Take it picnic off, take it all off!” Cass Kaschak.... CANDIDS “But I swear I saw it,” says Judy Spencer to Jim SantaLucia. “It was black with yellow spots on each of its 2374 legs.” A1 Wells seems to think he’s got something, but isn ' t quite sure what is is. Mr. Cappellucci and son. . . like father, like son. Tech’s answer to Bonnie and Clyde . . . .Ruthie and Fran (Gdovin and Bat- tisti, that is). “Dog gone!” Or. . .Keith Armentrout and friend. 92 A WELCOME INNOVATION THE PRESIDENT’S BREAKFAST President Tyrrell speaks with the administrators, faculty members, and stu¬ dents who attended one of his breakfasts this year. Many questions were asked and some answers were found. . . .Prob¬ lems were discussed. . .a new feeling of achievement has developed through combined efforts of interested people . . . .Hopefully next year will see further accomplishments. Dean Durst converses with several students and faculty members at¬ tending a breakfast. ACTIVITIES Meetings. . .plans. . .work. Friendships are born and strengthened through combined efforts. . .to raise money. . .present a program. . .produce a play STUDENT COUNCII Row 1: Dave Duck, George Tallet, Bruce Nelson, Jack Shay, Joe Coury, Gerry Hackett, Row 2: Daryl Hendery, John Fay, Sue Wield, Mary Rourke, Judy Baldwin, Tom Hranek, Ron Whalen, Fran Battisti, President um David Forbes Mary Weston Row 3: Bob Vanek, Dan Hendery, Dan Gentile, Bob Martin, Mike Kratochvil, Row 4: Joyce Zimmer, Mary Weston. Vice-President.. . Mary Weston Bob Martin Secretary.Vicki Cole Treasurer.Joyce Zimmer Advisor . Mr. McGregor 95 STUDENT COURT Chief Justice.George Tallet Traffic Court Ron Whalen Dan Gentile Other Judges . Jim Kittredge Sharon Kanick Mike Kratochvil L-R: Chief Justice George Tallet, Dan Gentile, Ron Whalen, Mike Kratochvil. College Institutes Student Government Association Chairman .... Francis Battisti 96 1 Row 1. Jean Melville, Jack Shay, Joe Coury, Gerry Hackett, Dave Duck, Row 2: Nancy Slachta, Ron Whalen, Mary Weston, Ruth Gdovin, Sue Wield, Mary Rourke. Row 3: Al Balchikonis, Fran Battisti, Joyce Zim¬ mer, Jackie Bonear, Bob Vanek. J£ Seated: Gerry Hackett, Joe Coury, Dave Duck. Kneeling: Fran Short, Bob Vanek, Fran Battisti. Standing: Karen Coolbaugh, Linda Frasca, Jeanine Benoit, Mary Rourke, Sue Roman, Jan Walk¬ er, Jackie Bonear. SOCIAL COMMITTEE Co-Chairman.Jan Walker Sue Roman Secretary.Linda Frasca Treasurer.Fred Petrilli Advisors .... Mr. Lang Mr. Kohler Social Committee members pose with Mariano and the Unbelievables before their concert here for Fall Weekend. 97 Row 1, L-R: Tom Hranek, Dan Hendery, Mary Weston, George Tallet, Judy Baldwin, Joyce Zimmer, Andy Piza, Fran Battisti, Dave Henderson, Keith Armentrout, Ron Whalen, Bruce Nelson. Row 2: Bob Martin, Dan Gentile, Fran Short, John Fay, A1 Balchikonis, Carla Aiken. SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President.Francis Battisti Vice-President.Daryl Hendery Secretary.Andrea Piza Treasurer.David Henderson World University Service was sponsored by the Senior Class . . . which raised $1000 for a co-operative cafete¬ ria for a college in India. The Senior Class officers are shown here presenting a check for $1000 to Dr. Row, The representative from WUS. Advisors .... Mr. Kistner Mr. Romano 98 FACULTY-SENIOR GAME The game between the Freshman and Sen¬ ior girls got a little rough at times. There appeared to be an injury in the floor but it was later disclosed that the basketball was in fine shape. Front: Mr. Cappellucci, Jan Craver, Sue Westgate. Seated: Diane Kattell, Jean Melville, Ruth Gdovin, Nancy Slachta, Jackie Randall. Back: John Chesseman, Sue Wield, Joe Coury, Dave Duck, Mary Rourke, Gerry Hackett, Eileen Delaney. FRESHMAN CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President.Ruth Gdovin Co-Vice-Presidents.Kathy Conant Corr. Secretary ..Nancy Slachta Diane Kettell Rec. Secretary.Jean Melville Treasurer.Jackie Randall Advisors.Mr. Cappelucci i .. mmmmmimmm—m—n—mmmmmmmmmmmmm—m—m Mr. MoSeS President.Jim Keppeler Secretary.Paula Bagosta Vice-President.Russell Lowell Advisor.Mr. Turner V s vcD • ! „ j | s i American Society of Tool Manufacturing Engineers L-R: Jim Keppeler, Frank Sturek, Bob Joyce, Tom Antal. President. Jack Robinson Vice-President. Dennis O’Dea Treasurer. Frank Zmitrowitz Advisors. Mr. Boyce, Mr. Hoyt Mr. Ketchum, Mr. Steele Row 1: Tom Hranek, Frank Zmitrowitz, Dennis L ' Dea. Row 2: Mr. Ketchum, Mr. Hoyt, Mr. Boyce, Tom Cullins, Jack Robinson, Paul Stevens, Mr. Steele. CIVIL TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION President.Linda Frasca Secretary.Ann Hudock Advisor . . Vice-President.Lynette Lauri Treasurer.Johanna Miller Miss Rounds DENTAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION Row 1: Louise La Shomb, Johanna Miller, Linda Frasca, Nancy Merkley, Nancy DaBrescia, Laurette Brenn, Mary Smith. Row 2: Linda Nigh, Carol Snipes, Heidi Doyle, Janet Beckwith, Georgia Tamb- lyn, Gerry Newton. Row 3: Carolyn Poley, Eileen Warded, Sue Jenner, Kathryn Pepper, Gail Green, Eileen Delaney, Joanne Hicks. Row 4: Eileen Morrison, Jeanne Voltaire, Ruthann Allyn, Jeanine Benoit, Martha Thomas, Mary Long, Karen Hedlund. JoAnne Jessen. Row 5: Bonnie Irish, Anastasia Fialla, Vivian Graby, Catherine Rejman, Judy Stonier, Evelyn Rice, Karen Coolbaugh, Barbara Stangle, Nancy Arnold. 101 FUTURE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION President.Rosemary Harvilla Vice President . . Elaine Baburchak Recording Secretary . . Eileen Skope Corresponding Secretary. Marie Barno Treasurer.Eileen Miller Advisor.Miss Saeger Seated, L-R: Eileen Skope, Rosemary Harvilla, Robyn Batley, Marlene Yacos, Marcene Ritch. Standing: Andrea Truchan, Carolann Rombach, Mary Anne Kloda, Frances Benson. Front, L-R: John Peterson, Bruce Nelson, Dean VanFleet, Dan Petras, Jim Knapp, John Supa, Dennis Lia. Standing: Tom Severs, Don Reinshagen, Janice Lobdell, Jim Slavetskas, Beverly Ellinger, Andrew Supa, Doug Wilson, Mr. Troicke. Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers Co-Chairmen Don Reinshagen Tom Severs Secretary.Beverly Ellinger Treasurer.Andrew Supa Advisors Mr. Reid Mr. Troicke 102 CAMERA CLUB MAMAMIAFLEX Seated: John Young, Mr. Kimball, Marty Gordon, Judy Baker, Larry Higgins, Bruce Nelson. Stand¬ ing: Dave Woodworth, Brenda Parker, Donna Roden, Rita Cherney, Howard Miller, Rosemary Colony. In Camera, top to bottom: Mary Anne Kloda, Larry Frechette, Claire Chasse. President.Marty Gordon Vice-President Sally Opeka Mary Goetz Treasurer Camera Club members listen to a speaker at one of their meetings. wt 1 Row 1, L-R: Mr. Drake, Martha Wood, Dave Henderson, Howard Miller, Carla Aiken. Row 2: Dick Norton, Barbara Stevens, John Benyi, Jim Hubbard, Kathi Sirsen, Betty Cummings. Row 3: John DiFulvio, Larry Frechette, Mike Kratochvil. Row 4: John Glueckert, Gene Cline, Brenda Parker. Keith Armentrout, Tom Dunn. BROOME TECH PLAYERS Howard Miller, as a convicted murderer, tries to convince this girl, played by MaryAnn Kloda, that he is not her brother. It is a scene from “The Valiant”. Karen Hedlund, Edwina Tomassi and Gene Cline discuss their relative positions when they dis¬ cover in “No Exit " that they are in hell and there is indeed “no exit” from each other or from themselves. Carla Aiken applies the finishing touches to Dave Henderson’s make-up for his part in “Aria DaCapo”. Larry Frechette ' portrays a perplexed prison warden in a scene from “The Valiant”. Bianca (Marie Loscavio) turns to her father (Howard Miller) for protection from her “shrewish” sister, Kate (Rita Opie). Gremio (Steve Webb) and Tranio (Bob Hagin) argue about which one should have Bianca’s hand as her father, Baptista (Howard Miller) seems a little unsure of the whole situation. Kate (Rita Opie) seems a little upset at advancements of her new husband, Pe- truchio (Dave Henderson). . .What a way to “tame” a shrew. Kate seems to think she has the upper hand with Pe- truchio. . .and soon finds out differently. A worried Baptista (Howard Miller) and daugh¬ ter Bianca (Marie Loscavio). 105 “TAMING of the SHREW” Kneeling: Brendon Marks, Larry Higgins. Se ated: John Benyi, Keith Armentrout, Carla Aiken. Stand¬ ing: Rita Cherney, Dave Woodworth, Rita Opie, Steve Webb, Tom Dunn, Bruce Nelson. TECH TALK (NEWSPAPER) Co-Editors.Steve Webb Gene Cline (Marie Loscavio, Jim Santa-Lucia, Dan Windham) Associate Editor Tom Dunn Copy Editor. Carla Aiken Sports Editor. Bruce Nelson Treasurer . Andy Williams Cartoonist. Carl Kocich Circulation. Rita Cherney 106 A common scene in the Tech Talk Room: (L-R) Marie Loscavio, Carla Aiken, Gene Cline, Rita Opie, John Young. CIRCLE Some money raised: WUS.$ 50 United Fund . . $227 Heart Fund . . . $100 March of Dimes . . . $650 Another act at the Talent Show was this faculty quar¬ tet. L-R are Mr. Fergus, Mr. Orinik, Mr. Powers, and Mr. West. K President . . . . John Patterson Vice-President . . . Alex DePersis Secretary . . . . Ken Krna Treasurer . . . . Bill Bishop Polly Eade sings at the Circle K Talent Show. Circle K members held a Speidi Sale in theSUB. Kneeling: Alex DePersis, Paul Wackett, Jim Maurow. Seated: Steve Reque. Standing, Row 1: Gary Wahl, Bill Bishop, Pat Kearse, Pete Petrigala, Mike Guley, Bob Martin, Gerry Hackett, Jim Foley. Row 2: Dr. Clark, Charles Burch, John Antos, Bob DcBree, Emmet Patterson, Howie Mash, Morry Pysarchik. 107 PHI THETA KAPPA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: Mr. Steele, Daniel Valentine, Michael Dahu- lich, Thomas Sever, Susan Rogers, Karen Malonis, Karen McNalley, Mr. Milensky. Row 2: Daniel Pet- ras, John Cheeseman, Ron Kaschak, Jerry Russin, Michael Polesnak, Bob Kobylak, Martha Doist, Jo- Ann Rice. Row 3: Jim McMillan, David Vrooman, Pete Badera, Douglas Wilson, Joan Young, Maria Cusano, June Frew. Row 4: George Raymond, Fran¬ cis Acqiusto, Robert Fenton, Nick Drovot, Jim Clark, Tom Dunn, Janice Lewis, Donna Buchel. Row 5: John Finsel, Ed Hogg, Mary Anne Kloda, Terry Coles, Bill Miller, Jeff Smith, Gaye Butler, Sharon Gill. Row 6: Cynthia Farnsworth, Dana Gary, Leonard Kelly, Shirley Gruesbeck, Marlene Yacos, Diane Kettel, Elaine Baburchak, Linda Barornchak, Frank Sturek. Row 7: Carol Hollenbeck, Linda Lent, Susan Cipar, Sheryl Coleman, Cathie Reardon, Joyce Dunn, Paula Kline. Row 8: Tom Zimniewicz, Fran Battisti, Joyce Zimmer, Rita Cherney, A1 Mariani, John Fay, Andrea Truchan, Rosemary Harvilla. Row 9: Pat Carbone. President. Reeording Secretary. Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer . Advisor. Tom Zimniewicz . Patricia Billings Paula Prokopchuk . Albert Mariani . . Mr. Milensky 108 SKI CLUB President. Jon Agricola Vice-President . . . . Joe Gould Secretary. Sue Eaton mmmm L-R: Carl Kocich, Sue Eaton, Jon Agricola. YOUNG REPUBLICANS Chairman. Ron Whalen Corresponding Secretary. Laura Schoonover Front: Ruth Gdovin, Dan Gentile. Back: Ron Whalen, Mary Weston, “Rockefel¬ ler”, Fran Battisti, Joe Coury. ■S- . NEWMAN CLUB Chairman. George Tallet Advisor Father Bebel rT. • Seated: Tom Dunn, Gerry Hackett, Standing, Row 1: Keith Arm- entrout, Jim Mauro, Joe Walsh, Dionetta Hudzinski. Row 2: George Tallet, Joyce Zimmer, Chuck Randall, Fran Battisti, Bob Vanek, Dan Gentile. Row 3: Dan Hendery, Father Bebel, Denise Theobald. REACTORS (INTER-FAITH) Chairman.Martha Wood Vice-Chairman.Linda Shepherd Treasurer.Dave Woodworth Advisors.Father Bebel Rev. Felice Rev. VanArnum Seated: Keith Armentrout, George Tallet. Standing: Fran Battisti, Ron Whalen, Martha Wood, Dave Woodworth, Linda Shepherd, Father Bebel, Carla Aiken. no NOT PICTURED: Peter Badera, Geoffrey Brandt, Richard Buckein, Richard Coston, David Coutts, Charmine Covais, Kenneth Daby, William Davis, James Dwet, William Doolittle, Dennis Duckett, Mervin Eldred, William Fedor, David Fowlstom, John Frank, Fawrence Frechptte, Thomas Hammitt, Raymond Ingraham, David Kane, James Kittredge, Frank Makien, Eugene Martino, David Masker, Howard Miller, James Moulton, Phil Niver, Charles O ' Brian, Frank Plonski, Richard Polleto, Donald Reinshagen, John Schmidt, Gary Shields, Jared Shore, Ray Stone, Gareth Vonderhaar, Fee Waldheim, Walter Zevotek, Stephen Webb, Robert Ziska. VETERANS CLUB Seated, F-R: John Davidson, Eugene Cline, Robert Fenton, Richard Matyas, George DiMartin, Walter Straight, Arlen Meddaugh, James Kirby, John Bump, Standing in front of table: Paul Yacavone, John Vinsel, Standing behind, row 1: Dennis Fee, William Ford, Ned Diehl, Jerry Russin, Alfred Beers, Keith McDavit, Ronald Grenell, Brendon Marks, John Nichols, William Smith, Oakley Henyan. Row 2: Erwin Fernold, Bruce Dobsch, Roy Breward, Harry DiFello, James Cavanaugh, Joseph Eck, Ronald Smith. President.John Bump Secretary.Paul Yacavone Public Relations.Gene Cline Vice-President.John Kirby Treasurer.John Finsel Advisor.Mr. Rogers ORGANIZATIONS NOT PICTURED Collegiate Administrative Management Society President.. Vice-President . . . Public Relations . . Advisor .Neil Hess . . . Andrea Truchan . John Fay Mr. Cann MEDICAL ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION President Secretary . . Jean Miller Vice-President.Stephanie Reilly Bonnie Dingee Treasurer.Else Knudson Advisor.Miss Schum LIBERAL ARTS CLUB CITADEL President.Mary Weston Vice-President.Marie Loscavio Secretary-Treasurer.Joyce Zimmer Advisor .... Mr. Petrone Editor. ' . Carla Aiken Advisors.Mr. Ryan Miss Weierich 112 CANDIDS Mr. Melinsky gives his darling little son a helping hand. Cathy Brigode must really have some time with that hair if she needs help such as she’s getting from Bonnie Lockett. blood, that Gary Valentine “gives a little ’. is, and for a good cause. Santa Claus comes to Tech. 113 I It was obvious that our old library just didn’t have the room to accommodate, without crowding, all who needed to use it. OUR NEW LIBRARY OPENS in Spring — 1968 From all sides we watched our new campus addition grow. For some of us it meant 2 years of waiting and anticipation.. . . 114 . . .Moving day finally came and the months of work and preparation were ended. Broome Tech students at last have a place to study and work — a place they may proudly call their library. I Phil Heierman passes times. . . . CANDIDS Janice Lobdell seems to have found a com¬ fortable spot. “If I’ve told you once, I’ve told you twice. . . .1 don’t want my picture taken protests Rita Casey. HSU Janet Barvinchak looks rather happy with existing conditions. Ruth Gdovin and Jackie Randall. . . even the quiet moments hold prob¬ lems. “Come on, smile pretty for the camera,” urges John Benyi to Donna Roden. Looks like whatever Terry Hackett’s doing he’s not too happy at being caught at it. Joyce Zimmer and Terry Fuller. ‘“Well, it ' s this way buddy . . . .” Says Al Balchikonis to Dan Pitras. Sandy Baldwin. . .a picture of enthusiasm. Did someone tell Rita Opie to “go fly a kite”? 117 ■ CANDID “George” Heyda Ruth Gdovin Father Bebel 118 Judy Baker and Brenda Parker Dave Henderson FACES Donna Roden A1 Crews A Mary Weston Mr. Huther 119 SPORTS Hours of unrecognized practice. . . . . .the joy of victory. . . the disappointment and acceptance of defeat. . .memorable experiences. Standing L.-R.: Coach Oz Winters, Fred Elliot, Frank Meade, Bob DeBree, Bill Thompson, Eric Beach, Gary Selover, Sam Nagraj, Larry Wickham, A1 Klindt, A1 Wells, Vinie Cawley, Bruce Faling. Kneeling: Dave Mathis, Russel Ives, Paul Mortzheim, Dave Torino, Gale Laughner, Ron Davis, Dale Thomas, Paul Greenwald, Doug Quackenbush. SOCCER SEASON RECORD at J. C. Baptist Bible Seminary . . W,3-l Monroe Community College.L,8-l at Corning Community College . . . W,2-l at Keystone Jr. College.T,2-2 Mohawk Valley Community College . . . . W,2-l at Erie County Technical Institute. W,4-3 Cobleskill Ag. Tech. College . . L,2-0 Canton A. Tech. College.L,3-l Auburn Community College.L,3-1 at Hudson Valley Community College . . . L,3-l at Alfred Ag. Tech. College . . . W,2-l 122 Top Row L-R: Bob Dexter, Art Lott, Frank Robinson, Mark Cicak, Jim Dierborn, Dick Shaffer. 2nd Row: Bill Sharpstein (manager), Gary Selover, Mike Ward, Jim Murawski; Alan Reid, A1 Bullock. Bottom Row: Coach Dick Baldwin, Dave Mankuso, (captain) Frank Streety, Allex Crews, Assist Coach Ed Daub. 67-68 BASKETBALL TEAM SEASON RECORD J. C. Baptist Bible Seminary. at Paul Smith’s College. at Canton Tech. Canton Tech. Jefferson Community College. Cobleskill tech. Collar City Classic Tournament. (at Hudson Valley Community College) at Niagara County Community College at Erie Tech. Broome Tech Christmas Classic .... at Cornell University Frosh Alfred Tech. . . . W,84-53 . . . L,92-82 . . . W,77-69 . . . W,88-79 . . . W,73-72 . . . W,78-55 . . . L,-69-65 Lees-McRae W,77-66 Fulton-Thom . . . L,67-66 . . . L.71-46 . . . W,61-59 N. Y.C. CC W,75-57 Ellsworth . . . W,77-60 . . . W,90-43 123 at Jefferson Community College.W,87-59 Niagara County Community College.L,77-73 at Monroe Community College.W,73-62 Luzerne County (Pa.) Community College.W,85-52 Dutchess Community College.W,71-62 Auburn Community College.W,95-64 at Mohawk Valley Community College.W, 105-72 Hudson Valley Community College.W,71-54 Syracuse University Frosh.W, 107-88 Cornell University Frosh.W,80-71 Erie Tech.W,58-46 St. Bonaventure University Frosh.W,91-70 at Alfred Tech.W,101-69 Region III Juco Tournament.W,85-63 (at Hudson Valley Community College) over Auburn W,75-55 over Niagara W, 105-92 over Chamberlayne Nati onal Juco Tournament.L,78-72. (at Hutchinson, Kansas) Christian College L,95-78 Iowa Central CC Captain, Frank Streety, receives our trophy from President Tyrrell after winning the final game of our Christ¬ mas Classic. 124 125 Fred Cobb, at the State Finals competition. SEASON RECORD Paul Smith ' s College.L,18-14 Canton Ag. Tech. College.W,15-14 Delhi Ag. Tech. College.L,27-7 Keystone Junior College.L,33-6 Collar City Classic Wrestling Meet.Placed 3rd (at Hudson Valley Community College) Corning Community College.L,27-8 Alfred Ag. Tech. College.W,18-15 Morrisville Ag. Tech. College.L,29 6 Dutchess Community College.W,27-8 Hudson Valley Community College.W,17-14 Mohawk Valley Community College.W,26-10 Auburn Community College.L,21-18 Erie County Technical Institute.W,36-2 Region III Juco Wrestling Tourney.Placed 9th Duane Whittaker, Varsity Wrestling Coach 126 GOLF L-R: Dale Thomas, John Borovicha, Larry Reistetter, Mike Dribnack, Bob McCarthy, Pat Dane, Jim Zwierzynski (Captain), Advisor Dick Baldwin. SEASON Cornell University Frosh.L,327-352 Mohawk Valley Community College . . . W,309-315 Monroe Community College.W,337-362 Jefferson Community College.W,305-351 Delhi Ag. Tech College.W,316-325 Keystone Junior College.W,314-330 Sub-Regional Golf Tournament . . W,lst (313 strokes) RECORD Auburn Community College.W, by forfeit Cornell University Frosh W,297-305 Corning Community College.W,343-349 Hudson Valley Community College . . . W,329-334 Region III Golf Tournament.3rd place Alfred Ag. Tech. College.T,316-316 L-R: A1 Whieldon, Darryl Dunham, Tom Meade, Gary Leighton (coach), Dick Leo, Paul Lott, Frank Zmitrowitz. CROSS COUNTRY SEASON RECORD Monroe Community College.L,l-0 Viking Invitational Meet.placed 8th Corning Community . ..W,21-36 Alfred Ag. and Tech. College.. . W,26-29 Mohawk Valley Community College.L,20-42 St. Joseph’s Seraphic Seminary W,42-74 Erie County Technical Institute.W, 18-37 Cobleskill Ag. Tech.L Canton Ag. Tech. College.W Auburn Community College.L,21-37 Region III Cross Country Meet.Placed 8th at Cobleskill 127 Clockwise from handle: Dave Vasilchik, Joe Coury, Coach Oz Winters, Dave Andrew, Wayne Mathews, John Reyen, Dick Shaffer, Art Peltier, Bob Griffeth. TENNIS SEASON RECORD Mohawk Valley Community College . . . W,9-0 Auburn Community College.W,8-l at Corning Community College.W,.7-2 at Canton Tech Wadham Hall Seminary . . . . W,7-l Canton W,7-0 Wadham at Cobbleskill Ag. Tech. College . . . W,7-2 at Erie Tech Region III Tennis Tournament . . . 3rd place at Hudson Valley Community College . . . W,9-0 Alfred Ag. Tech. College.W,9-0 Erie County Technical Institute.L,6-3 Delhi Ag. Tech. College.W,7-0 BASEBALL Standing, L-R: Coach Ed Dobb, Jerry Wahl, Dave Vrooman, Jim Orr, Bill Morgan, Dave Snow, Leo Rosenberger, Jim Clapham. Kneeling: Jim Miller, John Finnemore, Frank Streety, Jerry Skrivan, Bruce Morgan, Dave Mathis, Frank Hunsinger. SEASON RECORD at Keystone Junior College.W,4-3 Dutchess Community College.L,2-0 Dutchess Community College.L,7-4 Mohawk Valley Community College. W,9-3 Morrisville Ag. Tech. College . . . W,2-0 Baptist Bible Seminary.W, 16-7 at Monroe Community College .... L,3-2 W,2-1- Keystone Jr. College.W,7-4 Region III Juco Tournament.L,9-0 at Erie Tech Hudson W,2-l at Cobleskill Ag. Tech. College . . L,l-0 W,5-l At J. C. Baptist Bible Seminary . . . W,20-0 Erie County Technical Institute . . . L,6-l W,5-4 Delhi Ag. Tech. College.L,8-6 128 CHEERLEADERS From top L, forward, then back: Eileen Tarbeal, Cass Kaschak, Sue Hanigan, co-captain Nancy Gahagan, Sue Wield, Eileen Delaney, Denise Haluska. 130 From top L, forward, then back: Co-captain Vicki Cole, Sandy Baldwin, Marsha Holdworth, Donna Polowitz, Mary Weston, Pat Foley. 131 ■ 132 “But David, do I have to wear that tutu in front of all those people? ' ” asks Brenda Parker. What ever could Nancy Slachta be brewing up with John Y ouhg? Some Frosh wondered when they saw Mr. Drake step up for his “mug” shot. Guess it took the camera by surprise, too. Ernie Blake.... “Listen Jack, if you’ll only take my advice, you could really go far. . .in something like politics, for example,” says Dave Goodwin. Bunnie” Donna Roden and friend. CANDIDS Mary Anne Kloda, Larry Frechette, Claire Chasse and Howard Miller take a “romp” during the Camera Club picnic. Cathy Conant does “something”. “That nasty old mosquito landed right on my arm and had the gall to go so far as to bite me,” sighs Mr. Sunshine. Sandy Baldwin’s reaction to Dick Norton’s attire?. . . “I see it, but I don’t be¬ lieve it.” Looks as if someone missed the Christmas tree and decorated Ron Whalen. This has all the appearances of being an exam week around Titchner. . . .The cramming comes most of the time and ' ■ ’ 1 :nt. 133 SOCIAL Making new friends. . . enjoying a break from endless study. . .gaiety . . .fun. . . lasting memories. CAMPUS ROYALTY ’68 STYLE KING TECH Frank Streety QUEEN of HEARTS Nancy Gahagan 135 Frank expresses pleasant surprise at being named King Tech while the other candidates and their dates applaud the decision. Frank Streety receives his crown from last year’s King Tech, John Casella. Candidate Dan Hendery and his date Margaret Fitzsimmons. Candidate Neil Hess and his date Linda Bryski. Candidate Daryl Hendery and his date Denise Haluska. KING TECH Frank Streety and his date, Barbara Bryant, descend from the throne... . . .to celebrate with the first dance. Candidate Fran Battisti and his date Sandy Baldwin. I FALL WEEKEND THE BYRDS Three “Byrds " out of the five-member group flew in to perform for the audience. MARIANO and the UNBELIEVABLES The audience proved to be very receptive to, and pleased with, the perform¬ ance of Mariano and his Unbelievables. Their style of “classical rock " mu¬ sic was new and interesting and very well received. 138 Mariano. WINTER WEEKEND Anthony and the Imperials proved to be a big hit with the audience. Their enthusiasm and talent held the audience in complete attention for the entire concert and they were sent off with a very appreciative round of applause. ANTHONY and the IMPERIALS Anthony. L39 i ■ QUEEN of HEARTS 140 Candidate Joyce Zimmer and her escort Dave Duck. Queen of Hearts, Nancy Gahagan, receives her roses from Gary Chudachek and her crown from last year’s queen, Ann Miller, as her escort, Bill Grace, smiles on approvingly. Candidate Pat Foley and her es¬ cort Gary Hobart. Candidate Mary Weston and her escort Mark Cicak. Candidate Vicki Cole and her escort Rick Halter. Nancy expresses a “little " surprise at being chosen queen. . . . . .receives her crown from Ann Miller. . . . . .descends from the throne as the other candidates look on. . . . . .and happily celebrates with a “victory " dance with her es¬ cort, Bill Grace. 141 ARTIST THE GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA “A WILDE EVENING WITH SHAW” Robert Gray and Mayo Loiseau gave stirring performances in their presentation of famous passages from the life and works of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. SERIES JOSH WHITE JR. HENRY SCOTT Josh White Jr. . . .a superb entertainer. No, not Dr. Jeckle and Mr. Hyde, just the comic (left) and serious (above) sides of concert-humorist, Henry L. Scott. SENIOR DINNER DANCE The Sr. Dinner-Dance, featuring Count Basie and his orchestra, was held at the Fountains Pavilion. Mr. Casella and his wife listen to Mr. John Huther, the main speaker of the evening, who proved to be quiet a humorous, as well as an interesting, speaker. 144 Mr. Casella served as Master of Ceremonies for the dance. The Sr. Class Officers, who were primarily responsible for getting the support and money for Count Basie, pose with him at the dance. They are, left to right: Secretary Andrea Piza, Vice-President Daryl Hendery, Count Basie, Treasurer David Henderson, and President Francis Battisti. 145 p CANDIDS Mrs. Campo. . .anybody sick? _ .A if 1K» - «I , Dick Norton seems to be trying to say something. Hmm! Rita Cherney, John Benyi and Dave Woodworth. . . . Could be the end of a beautiful friendship for A1 Balchikonis and Fran Battisti. Jack Shay looks a little “tipsy It seems that Mr. Korducavich prefers to hold lectures in the hall Some people will try almost anything to shut somebody up, as Rita Opie found out. 147 Dave Henderson offers his “Sunday go meetin’” hat to one of the cafeteria staff members. She certainly looks better in it than he does. 148 AWARDS The following awards were presented for outstanding performances: American Chemical Society. .Ronald Kaschak Broome County Republican Women’s Club . Mary Weston Broome County Republican Women’s Club. .Steven Royer Collegiate Administrative Management Society. .Walter Callahan David Felton Robert Fenton Rosemary Harvilla Andrea Truchan Joan Young French Embassy Medals. . . . Theodore Gasparovic Joan Young Ladies Auxiliary of Broome County Area Chapter of N.Y.S. Society of Professional Engineers. .John Wyns New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. .Robert Fenton Stevenson Dental Hygiene Medal . .. Sara Opeka U.S. Greene Mathematics Award. .... Thomas Zimniewicz Upsilon Chapter, Sigma Phi Alpha (Dental Hygiene Honor Society) .. . Laurette Brenn Kathleen Moore Carol Snipes William E. Wilson Memorial Award. .Vern Ingraham 149 SENIORS NOT PICTURED MARTIN BANOVIC Business ALEX BARNO Business ANTHONY BELLINO Business GARY BENNETT Business JOHN BOROVICKA Mechanical ROBERT BRECHKO Electrical PHYLLIS BRUTOVSKY Secretarial GREGORY CARMAN Liberal Arts DOUGLAS CASHMERE Business STEPHEN CHASZAR Business MARK CICAK Liberal Arts RONALD CIOTOLI Liberal Arts THOMAS CLARK Business RONALD CLEVELAND Business DAVID COOPER Business JOHN COYLE Business JOHN DIVERS JR. Business KIRK DOCTEUR Business CATHLEEN DONOVAN Liberal Arts GREGORY EDGELL Business WILLIAM EDWARDS Business THOMAS EGAN Business JACK EHNTHOLT Business KAREN EISENHARDT Dental Hygiene WILLIAM ERRANTE Business WILLIAM FARMER Business DENNIS FISH Liberal Arts THOMAS GLOVER Liberal Arts WILLIAM GRAHAM Mechanical JOHN GREEN Liberal Arts WILLIAM GRIFFITH Liberal Arts FRANCIS GRILLO MARGOT HEETER Liberal Arts DANIEL HILTZ Mechanical WILLIAM HOPPER Electrical THOMAS HORNICK Business DOUGLAS HURD Electrical MICHAEL JACOBS Mechanical EUGENE JOHNSON Liberal Arts HENRY KESTENIS Liberal Arts RICHARD KNOWLES Liberal Arts LINDA KOPANSKY Business PAUL KOVACH Electrical SHARON LANDSIEDEL Liberal Arts ELLEN LARKIN Liberal Arts JANICE LEWIS Secretarial MARIE LOSCAVIO Liberal Arts PAUL LOTT Liberal Arts RUSSELL LOWELL JR. Mechanical SHARON LUFT Liberal Arts DAVID MANCUSO Liberal Arts FREDERICK MARLOWE Liberal Arts JAMES MAURO Liberal Arts Liberal Arts 150 THOMAS MEADE Liberal Arts ARLEN MEDDAUGH Electrical DAVID MICHNO Business JEANNE MILLEN Medical Office MICHAEL PHELPS Business FRANCIS POTTER Electrical CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Liberal Arts MERRITT ST. JOHN Liberal Arts WERNER STAUDT Business ROY STONE Electrical LOUISE SUSSMAN Lab. Tech. DAVID TORINO Liberal Arts GERALD MITCHELL Business RICHARD SALSBERRY Business JAMES VALASHINAS Electrical RICHARD MITCHELL Liberal Arts RICHARD SAVO Liberal Arts RICHARD WAHILA Liberal Arts ROSEMARY MONTICELLO X-ray ROBERT SEBESTA Chemical ARTHUR WELLINGTON Liberal Arts PAUL MORTZHEIM Chemical FRANK SEDOR Liberal Arts MICHAEL WENDELL Mechanical THOMAS MUNSON Business JO ANNE SEMO X-ray BARBARA WIKTOREK Secretarial CURTIS NICKERSON Liberal Arts EDWARD SHEEHAN Liberal Arts DANIEL WINDHAM Liberal Arts MARY O’NIEL Medical Office GARY SHOEMAKER Business KATHLEEN YEVCHAK Secretarial JAMES ORR Business JOHN SKOK Electrical MICHAEL YURKO Business PATRICIA PERRY Lab. Tech. ROBERT SMITH Liberal Arts The year begins. . .sometimes a false sense of superiority. The year ends. . .always the feeling of accomplishment. . .and farewell. FRANCIS ACQUISTO JON AGRICOLA CARLA AIKEN Business Business Liberal Arts THOMAS ANTAL FREDERICK BACH Mechanical Liberal Arts KEITH ARMENTROUT THOMAS BAIER Mechanical X-ray JOSEPH AUGELLO ROBERT BALANDA X-ray Business DUANE AKROYD X-ray RICHARD ALPAUGH Electrical JOHN AMES Electrical THOMAS AMES X-ray 153 ALGIRD JUDITH BALDWIN ALEX BARNA MARIE BARNABA BALCHIKONIS Liberal Arts Business Liberal Arts Liberal Arts NOEL BARNES JANE BARNO SHEILA BARRY JANET BARVINCHAK Liberal Arts Liberal Arts X-ray Secretarial MARY BAUMGARTNER Secretarial ERIC BEACH Business FRANCIS BATTISTI Business LUELLA BATES Dental Hygiene MARY BEAGLE JANET BECKWITH RICHARD BECRAFT THOMAS BEGEAL Liberal Arts Dental Hygiene Business Business 154 GARY BINKIEWICZ WILLIAM BISHOP GEORGE BLABAC PAULA BOGOSTA Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Business Mechanical LENORE BOJACK PHILLIP BOTTING LAURETTE BRENN LAWRENCE Medical Office Liberal Arts Dental Hygiene BRENNAN Business MARK BEGELL BONNIE BELL AMMON BELLEMAN LARRY BENJAMIN Liberal Arts Business Electrical Business GARY E. BENNETT WILLIAM BIGA GERALD BILLINGS PATRICIA BILLINGS Liberal Arts Business Liberal Arts Secretarial 155 PATRICK BRENNAN Civil RONALD BRIGGS Liberal Arts ERNEST BRIGHTMAN Electrical TERI BROWN Liberal Arts RICHARD BROZAITIS Electrical MARTIN BUCKLEY GARY BULGER F. CHARLES BURCH GEORGE BURDICK Electrical Business Business Mechanical 156 M MICHAEL BURNS Business SUSAN BUSH Dental Hygiene JOHN BUTCHKO Electrical JOSEPH CACCIATORE Electrical EMILY CAHOON Liberal Arts WALTER CALLAHAN KATHLEEN CANNON PATRICK CARBONE MARY CARNS Business Chemical Business Liberal Arts 157 PATRICIA CARR KATHLEEN CASCIO JAMES CASEY CLAIRE CHASSE Secretarial Liberal Arts Business Lab. Tech. RITA CHERNEY ANDREA CHOBERKA Liberal Arts Liberal Arts GARY CHUDACHEK Liberal Arts SUSAN CIPAR JAMES CLEMENTS DOUGLAS CLINE FREDRICK COBB Libera l Arts Business Liberal Arts Business 158 PHILIP COBB Electrical VICKY COLE Secretarial CHERYL COLEMAN Liberal Arts DANNY CONKLIN Electrical SANDRA COLONEY Liberal Arts HOLLIS CORBY JOSEPH COSTELLO BARBARA COUCH Liberal Arts Engineering Science Lab. Tech. THOMAS COLLINS Civil CHRISTINE CORBY Medical Office CARMINE COVAIS Indust. Tech. 159 LUTHER COY Electrical DAVID CROSS Business THOMAS CUDDY Business BETTY CUMMINGS Civil DAVID CUNNINGHAM Business MARIA CUSANO Business NANCY DA BRESCIA Dental Hygiene RUTHANNE DAILEY Dental Hygiene ANDREW D’ALOISIO Electrical EDWARD DALRYMPLE JR. Civil KAREN DANCHO Business ROBERT DANIELS Electrical ROBERT DARROW Mechanical JOHN DAVIAU Business JOHN DAVIDSON Electrical WAYNE DEAN Engineering Science 160 TED DEARSTYNE Business ROBERT DE BREE Business WILLIAM DECKER Mechanical JAMES DEMAREE Business ROBERT DENNISTON Business ALEX DE PERSIS Liberal Arts HENRY DERR Chemical JOSEPH DEXTER Engineering Science GEORGE DIMARTIN Electrical BONNIE DINGEE Medical Office JAMES DIVET Business PATRICIA DONLON Secretarial ELAINE DONOVAN Liberal Arts HEIDI DOYLE Dental Hygiene MICHAEL DRIBNACK Liberal Arts JOHN DUELL Business 161 I RICHARD DUDAK NADINE EARLEY Electrical Business SUSAN EATON Business DENNIS ECCLESTON NANCY EDWARDS Chemical Secretarial CHARLES EGGLESTON Business DONNA EVENSON Medical Office ANGELO FABRIZI CLAIRANN FACIK Business Liberal Arts 162 LORETTA FAILLA Dental Hygiene WILLIAM FANCHER CYNTHIA Electrical FARNSWORTH X-ray JOHN FAY Business DAVID FELTON Business ROBERT FENTON Business GARY FERGUSON MARYANN FETSKO Business Liberal Arts SUSAN FISHER Liberal Arts 163 JAMES FITCH Business LINDA FITCH Lab. Tech. JOHN FLANAGAN Business SHARYNE FLANAGAN X-ray PATRICIA FOLEY Liberal Arts DAVID FORBES Liberal Arts GERALD FOSTER JOHN FORSYTHE Meehanieal Engineering Science DAVID FOWLSTON LINDA FRASCA Electrical Dental Hygiene SHARON FRAYER Medical Office DAVID FREAR Mechanical G. RAYMOND FREER Liberal Arts JUNE FREW Medical Office VALERIE FRITZ Liberal Arts NANCY GAHAGAN Medical Office 164 JUDITH GAIGE DANA GARY Business X-ray THEODORE GASPAROVIC Liberal Arts RONALD GENSON Civil DANIEL F. GENTILE Business DANIEL J. GENTILE Business LORRAINE GIROUX Liberal Arts MARGARET GOLDEN Liberal Arts MARTIN GORDON Engineering Science PETER GOUGHARY Business JAMES GOULD Civil PAUL GREENWALD Liberal Arts 1 MARY ELLEN GOULD Secretarial PAULA GRABOWSKI Dental Hygiene JANICE GREENE Dental Hygiene HALBERT GRIFFIS Electrical 165 TED GRIFFITH MARCIA GUARDIA MICHAEF GUFEY Business Fiberal Arts Fiberal Arts JUDY GUTHEIF Dental Hygiene EDWARD HAHN Business DAVID HALL DENNIS HALL EDWARD HALL X-ray Mechanical Electrical 166 BRUCE HAIGHT Liberal Arts CATHERINE HALL Dental Hygiene GEORGE HALL DENISE HALUSKA MARTIN HAM Chemical Secretarial Liberal Arts DAVID HAMILTON ALICE HANSON Electrical Dental Hygiene SHARON HAMMOND GERALD HAND Liberal Arts Electrical RICHARD HARMON JAMES HARRIS JR. LE ROY HARVEY Business Chemical Mechanical 167 j DAVID HENDERSON DANIEL HENDERY DARYL HENDERY Business Liberal Arts Liberal Arts ROSEMARY HARVILLA Secretarial PHILIP HEIERMAN Liberal Arts DAVID HELLER Electrical BARBARA HENDERSHOT Dental Hygiene ALTON HESS Electrical NEIL HESS Business THOMAS HOHN Mechanical GARY HOLCOMB Electrical JEFFREY HOOK Liberal Arts BARBARA HORNEY Chemical RICHARD MARSHA HILDEBRANT HOLDS WORTH Engineering Science Secretarial STEVEN HORVATH Electrical 168 MICHAEL HOULIHAN DAVID HOVER ROBERT HOWELL Liberal Arts Mechanical Engineering Science MARGARET HRANEK Secretarial THOMAS HRANEK Civil HELEN HRYNKIW Secretarial FRANCIS HUDEC Mechanical ANN HUDOCK Dental Hygiene KATHLEEN HUGHES Business JOHN HUNT Mechanical CHARLES HUTCHINGS Electrical VERN INGRAHAM Civil VICKIE JACKSON Secretarial KENNETH JAGGER Mechanical NANCY JAMES X-ray JACQUELINE HUDAK Liberal Arts 169 DIXIE JUDSON Dental Hygiene BONNIE KACZYNSKI Dental Hygiene GARY JOHNSON Liberal Arts SALLY JOHNSON Secretarial ROBERT JOYCE Mechanical SUZANNE KADLECIK ROBERT KANE RONALD KASCHAK Liberal Arts Business Chemical 170 MARK KASKEY Business ROBERT KAVLESKI Electrical PATRICK KEARSE Liberal Arts DALE KEENAN Engineering Science SAMUEL KELLEY Business MICHAEL C. KELLY MICHAEL L. KELLY JAMES KEPPELER Liberal Arts Business Mechanical 171 GARY KETCHUM NANCY KIEHART Civil Secretarial CARL KIMES DAVID KINGSBURY Liberal Arts Liberal Arts MARJORY KIZER KATHRYN KLIEWER JAMES KNAPP ELSE KNUDSEN Dental Hygiene Liberal Arts Electrical Medical Office JOYCE KOCHER Medical Office CARL KOCICH Liberal Arts % JAMES KOLPAKAS Electrical MICHAEL KOLTZ Lab. Tech. 172 ERANK KOSTYUN Mechanical JAMES KRNA Mechanical KENNETH KRNA RICHARD KRNO Liberal Arts Mechanical GARY KUDDIE WILLIAM LAINHART Mechanical Business ANGELA LALLEY JOSEPH LA MONICA Lab. Tech. Business GLORIA LANDON SHIRLEY LANDON JANE LA SHIER LOUISE LA SHOMB Secretarial Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Dental Hygiene LYNNETTE LAURIE JAMES LA VO Dental Hygiene Liberal Arts DOUGLAS LAWSON RONALD LAZO Mechanical Business WILLIAM LEE Mechanical GARY LEIGHTON Business ROSS LEONARD Liberal Arts DAVID LESKO Business 173 DOUGLAS LINDSAY Business JANICE LOBDELL Electrical ARTHUR LOTT Business LYNNE LOUGHLIN Liberal Arts JEAN LOZZI Liberal Arts YVONNE LUCAS Liberal Arts RICHARD LUCE Mechanical BARBARA LUCEY Liberal Arts THOMAS LUTTON Electrical ALAN LYON Liberal Arts LORENE MACKEY Business 174 CHERYL MAINE Business JAMES MANDERANO Business ROSEMARY MANNING Secretarial NICHOLAS MARAGUS Liberal Arts DOROTHY MAREK Business ALBERT MARIANI Business JOEL MARK Business RUTH MARSH Secretarial EMMET MARTIN Liberal Arts ROBERT MARTIN Engineering Science LYNNETTE MAREAN Business 175 STANLEY MARTIN DAVID NANCY MASON Business MARTINKOVIC Secretarial Electrical WAYNE MATTHEWS TIMOTHY MC AVOY Business Liberal Arts RICHARD MATYAS JAMES MC CABE Electrical Liberal Arts ROBERT MC CARTHY Electrical RICHARD MC COY Business PATRICK MC GOFF JAMES MC GOWAN KEVIN MC KIEVER Electrical Business Liberal Arts DAVID MATHIS Liberal Arts KAREN MC MAHON Liberal Arts 176 LAWRENCE MELIOUS NANCY MERKLEY HOWARD MERRILL DIANE MILLER Business Dental Hygiene Business Medical Office EILEEN MILLER Secretarial DONNA MINK Liberal Arts JOHANNA MILLER Dental Hygiene DONNA MONROE Dental Hygiene ROBERT MILLER Business THOMAS MONSKE Business JEFFREY MOORE KATHLEEN MOORE BRUCE MORGAN WILLIAM MORGAN Engineering Science Dental Hygiene Business Mechanical 177 NANCY MORLANDO GERALD MORRIS Liberal Arts Mechanical MARJORIE MOULTHROP Secretarial ROBERT MUCKEY Mechanical NEIL MURPHY Business PATRICIA MYSYK Secretarial SAMPATH NAGRAJ Engineering Science RONALD NAGY Liberal Arts THOMAS NEELY Liberal Arts BRUCE NELSON Electrical 178 JOHN NEMCHICK Electrical GERRY NEWTON Dental Hygiene FREDERICK NICHOLS Mechanical LINDA NIGH Dental Hygiene MARIO N IRC HI RICHARD NORTON Electrical Liberal Arts MARK OLDFIELD JOHN ONDRAKO Business Liberal Arts PETER OLEVANO THOMAS ONDREYKO Liberal Arts Electrical 179 STEPHEN O’NEIL Business SARA OPERA Dental Hygiene FRANK ORZELEK Engineering Science ALAN OSBORNE Electrical SUSAN PACIOCCO Secretarial ALAN PALMER Business GEORGE PANDICH Electrical SUSAN PAQUETTE Secretarial JOSEPHINE PARKER Liberal Arts JUDITH PASQUALE Liberal Arts JOHN PATTERSON Business CHARLES PAYNE Lab. Tech. PHILIP PAYNE Business JERRY PENNA Business 180 BERNARD PERKOSKY JR. Civil RICHARD PERRY Business JOHN PETERSON Electrical BARBARA PETKO Liberal Arts PETER PETRIGALA Liberal Arts JOHN PETRIKONIS Business ROBERT PETRUSH JANICE PHILLIPS WILLIAM PIERCE ANDREA PIZA Mechanical Liberal Arts Electrical Secretarial JERRY PETRYSZYN RONALD PICKARD JOSEPH PITARRA JR. FRANK Liberal Arts Electrical Electrical PLEWINSKI Electrical Jik 181 CYNTHIA POLESNAK Liberal Arts RICHARD POLETTO Electrical DONNA POLOWITZ- Secretarial WILLIAM PONTI Business MARGUERITE PRAGACZ Dental Hygiene GARY PRENTICE Chemical RICHARD PRICE Civil JOHN PRITCHARD Business PAULA DAN PURTELL PROKOPCHUK Clvl1 Liberal Arts CHARLES QUICK Mechanical CHARLES RANDALL Business STEFANIE REILLY Medical Office DONALD REINSHAGEN Electrical 182 CORLIN RENN RICHARD ROBERTS Dental Hygiene Electrical JACK ROBINSON Civil MARY ROCKS Medical Office DONNA RODEN Liberal Arts LARRY C. ROFF Business LARRY R. ROFF Mechanical JANE ROGERS Secretarial SUSAN ROMAN X-ray THOMAS RONEY Civil JAMES ROSA Business LORRAINE ROSE Liberal Arts LINDA ROSENBARKER Secretarial WILLIAM ROWE Chemical 183 MARTIN ROWLAND STEVEN ROYER Business Liberal Arts PATRICIA RUDACK JACQUELINE RUFFO JANE RUSSELL Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts JAMES SANTA JOHN SCHMIDT DAVID SCHRECK LUCIA Business Liberal Arts Liberal Arts ANGELA SALAMIDA Medical Office 184 PAUL SCOLARO KENDALL SCOTT Chemical Electrical HENRY SCUDDER DOUGLAS SCULL Business Electrical DAVID SEDOR Chemical THOMAS SEVER Electrical RICHARD SHAFFER Business WILLIAM SHARPSTEEN Electrical GARY SHOPE Engineering Science 185 JARED SHORE FRANCIS SHORT MICHAEL SHUTA JUDITH SIMONDS Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Electrical Business SANDRA SISCO Business EILEEN SKOPE Secretarial JOHN SKUTNIK Business JOSEPH SLACHTA Mechanical JAMES SLAVETSKAS MARY SMITH CAROL SNIPES DAVID SNOW Electrical Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Business 186 RONALD SNYDER Mechanical DAVID SOMERS Electrical LEONARD SPEERS Mechanical TIMOTHY SPRING Liberal Arts CHARLES SPRINGER Liberal Arts RAY STANDISH Civil JUDITH STEFANSKI Medical Office DAVID STEPNESKI Engineering Science MICHAEL STILLEY DAVID STOKEM WALTER STRAIGHT FRANK STREETY Business Chemical Electrical Business 187 FRANK STROCK FRANK STUREK Engineering Science Mechanical NORMAN DENNIS SUPER SUCHOWIECKI Engineering Science Mechanical JOSEPH SURACE JOHN SUPA x - ra y Electrical MICHAEL SWEET GEORGE TALLET Business Liberal Arts BARBARA SZLUCHA GEORGIA TAMBLYN Medical Office Dental Hygiene MARGARET ELAINE THIESEN DALE THOMAS - , , TFIEOBALD Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts 88 WALTER THOMPSON WILLIAM JR. THOMPSON Liberal Arts Chemical DOUGLAS THORNE Mechanical GEORGE TITA Liberal Arts ROBERT TOBIN Civil MARYELLEN TROY Secretarial ANDREA TRUCHAN Secretarial THOMAS TRUDELL Mechanical GARY TRUSLER Liberal Arts JOHN TUCKER Business KIRBY TYLER DANIEL VALENTINE RALPH VANDERLIP Business Civil Liberal Arts 189 DEAN VAN FLEET WILLIAM VAUGHAN Electrical Business DONALD VARGA JAMES VESCIO Civil Business PETER VIVONA Electrical RICHARD VLASAK Mechanical GARETH VONDERHAAR Electrical LINDA WAHILA Secretarial JANICE WALKER X-ray LAWRENCE WASHINGTON Engineering Science PATRICIA WATERS Lab. Tech. CRAIG WEBSTER Business PAUL WEINWURN Mechanical DAVID WELCH Civil 190 JAMES WESTCOTT JOHN WHITCOMBE Business Business MARY WESTON ROBERT WHITE JR Liberal Arts Business ROLAND WHALEN JR. RONALD WHITE Liberal Arts Chemical BEVERLY WILBUR ANDREW WILLIAMS Business Business MARY WILKINS DAVID WILLIAMS Liberal Arts Mechanical DOUGLAS WILSON Electrical ROBERT WITTY Business GARY WOOD Business MARTHA WOOD Liberal Arts 191 RALPH WOOD JANET WRIGHT Electrical Medical Office KENNETH WRIGLEY Business JOHN WYNS Engineering Science CHARLES YACAGINSKY Mechanical JOAN YOUNG Secretarial JANET ZAMPINO Liberal Arts MICHAEL ZAVADA Business 192 DAVID ZICK Mechanical JOYCE ZIMMER Liberal Arts THOMAS ZIMNIEWICZ Engineering Science DARLYNE ZU HONE JAMES Liberal Arts . ZWIERZYNSKI Liberal Arts MARILYN ZLOCK Liberal Arts STEPHEN ZLOCK Electrical FRANK ZMITROWITZ Civil 193 SENIOR DIRECTORY BUSINESS ACQUISTO, FRANCIS M.; Honor Society 5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball. AGRICOLA, JON P.; Business Club 4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball; Ski Club 4,5,6; Ski Club President. BALANDA, ROBERT W.; Intramural Sports: Basketball. BANOVIC, MARTIN J.; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5,6; Orientation 4; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Intramural Sports: Baseball. BARNA, ALEX T.; Basketball. BATTISTI. FRANCIS L.; Student Council 1,2,3, 4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 3,4,5,6; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; W.U.S. 4,5,6; C.I.S.G.A. 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Reactors 4,5,6; Young Republicans 4,5,6; Young Republican Club Chairman on Board; Class Presi¬ dent; Campus C.I.S.G.A. President; Region IV C.I.S.G.A. Vice-President; W.U.S. Chairman, Or¬ ientation Chairman; Member Student Activities Board of Control; Member Faculty Student Association. BEACH, ERIC D.; Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Soccer; Intramural Sports: Football, Basket¬ ball, Softball. BECRAFT, RICHARD; Intramural Sports: Football. BEGEAL, THOMAS, J.; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 1,4; Business Club 3,4,5,6. BELARDINELLI, DEL A.; BELL, BONNIE L.; BELLINO, ANTHONY; BENJAMIN, LARRY J.; BENNETT, GARY R.; Circle K 1,2,3; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Football; Circle K Board of Directors. BIGA, WILLIAM J.; Intramural Sports: Football, Softball. BLABAC, GEORGE E.; Business Club 2,3. BRENNAN, LAWRENCE E.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Honor Society 3,4,5,6. BULGER, GARY A.; Business Club 1,2,3. BURCH, F. CHARLES; Circle K 4,5,6; Business Club 1,2,3; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Softball, Football. BURNS, MICHAEL D.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Basketball. CARBONE, PATRICK A.; Orientation 4; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball. CASEY, JAMES M.; Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Ski Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball. CASHMERE, DOUGLAS J.; CHASZAR, STEPHEN M.; Circle K 1,2,3; Busi¬ ness Club 4,5,6. CLEMENTS, JAMES J.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Ski Club 4,5,6. CLEVELAND, RONALD H.; Business Club 4,5,6. COOPER, DAVID J.; Business Club 3,4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Basketball. COYLE, JOHN J.; CROSS, DAVID R.; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball. CUDDY, THOMAS J.; Business Club 4,5. CUNNINGHAM, DAVID G.; Business Club 3; In¬ tramural Sports: Basketball, Softball, Football. CUSANO, MARIA C.; Honor Society 5,6; Busi¬ ness Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. DANCHO, KAREN J.; Business Club 3,4,5,6. CAVIAU, JOHN K.; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball. DEARSTYNE, TED W.; Student Council 4,5,6; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5,6; Business Club 4,5,6. DeBREE, ROBERT O.; Circle K 4,5,6; Soccer; Soccer Co-Captain. DEMAREE, JAMES P.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Wrestling; Intramural Sports: Softball, Football. DENNISTON, ROBERT F.; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball. DIVENS, JOHN J.; DIVET, JAMES C.; Business Club 1,2; Intramural Sports: Basketball. Brad McDonald, Marie Loscario, Terry Fuller, and Sally Opeka enjoy a little “ha- ha” games at a Camera Club party. DOCTEUR, KIRK E.; Orientation 4; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football. DUELL, JOHN M.; Business Club 4,5,6, Business Club Vice President. EARLEY, NADINE S.; Business Club 1,4,5,6. EATON, SUSAN J.; Business Club 4,5,6; Ski Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Ski Club Secretary-Vice President. EDWARDS, WILLIAM B.; EGGLESTON, CHARLES R.; Business Club 3,4,5, 6; Intramural Sports: Basketball. FABRIZI, ANGELO J.; FAY, JOHN A.; Student Council 3,4.5,6; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5,6; Orientation 4; Honor So¬ ciety 2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball; Student Council Bookkeeper; Business Club Public Relations. FELTON, DAVID W.; Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6. FERGUSON, GARY R.; FITCH, JAMES C.; Business Club 4,5. FLANAGAN, JOHN W.; Business Club 4,5,6; Ski Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Baseball. GAIGE, JUDITH L.; Orientation 4; Choir 2. GENTILE, DANIEL F.; GENTILE, DANIEL J.; Student Council 3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Newman Club 4; Business Club 3,4,5,6; W.U.S. 4,5; Young Republi¬ can 4,5,6; Student Court 4,5,6; Student Traffic Court Justice. GOUGHARY, PETER A.; Circle K 5; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. GRIFFITH, TED R.; Business Club 1,2,3. HAHN, EDWARD H.; Circle K 1,2,3; Circle K Board of Directors. HARMON, RICHARD J.; Orientation 4; Business Club 4,5,6. HENDERSON, DAVID J.; Student Council 4,5,6; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; So¬ cial Comm. 4; Circle K 4; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Liberal Arts Club 4,5,6; Tech Players 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Softball, Basketball; C.I.S.G.A. 4, 5,6; Senior Class Treasurer; Business Club Public Relations. HESS, NEIL P.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1, 2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 2,3,4; Circle K 4; Business Club 1,2, 3,4,5,6; Liberal Arts Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports; Basketball; C.I.S.G.A. 1,2,3; Business Club President. HUGHES, KATHLEEN M.; Business Club 4,5,6. KANE, ROBERT J.; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball, Football. KASKEY, MARK C.; KELLY, MICHAEL L.; Business Club 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Softball. LAINHART, WILLIAM G.; La MONICA, JOSEPH A.; Business Club 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball, Basketball. LAZO, RONALD J.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. LESKO, DAVID S.; Golf; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Basketball. LINDSAY, DOUGLAS C.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. LOTT, ARTHUR A.; Basketball; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Softball. MACKEY, LORENE C.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2; Business Club 4,5,6. MAINE, CHERYL E.; Business Club 4,5,6. MANDERANO, JAMES D.; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Softball. MAREAN, LYNNETTE J.; Student Council 2,3; Business Club 4,5,6; Freshman Steering Comm.; Business Club Treasurer and Public Relations. MAREK, DOROTHY S.; Ski Club 4,5,6; Fresh¬ man Steering Comm. MARIANI, ALBERT J.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Business Club 3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball, Softball; Honor Society Treasurer. MARK, JOEL A.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. MARTIN, STANLEY A.; Intramural Sports: Basketbal 1 MATTHEWS, WAYNE W.; Business Club 4,5,6; Tennis; Intramural Sports: Softball; Ski Club 4,5,6. McCOY, RICHARD W.; McGOWAN, JAMES R.; Business Club 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Softball; Ski Club 4,5,6. MERRILL, HOWARD G.; Orientation 4; Circle K 4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball. MILLER, ROBERT W.; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. MITCHELL, GERALD H.; Business club 4,5,6. MONSKE, THOMAS E.; Circle K 4,5; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball. MORGAN, BRUCE K.; Baseball; Intramural Sports: Football. MURPHY, NEIL R.; ORR, JAMES J.; Baseball, Intramural Sports: Basketball. PALMER, ALAN K.; Intramural Sports: Football, k ct bs. 11 PATTERSON, JOHN E.; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 1,2,3; Circle K 2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5, 6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football, Volley¬ ball, Softball; Social Comm. Co-Chairman; Circle K Treasurer; Circle K President. PAYNE, PHILIP L.; Orientation 4; Business Club 3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball, Football; Ski Club 3,4,5,6. PERRY, RICHARD H.; Business Club 3,4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Basketball. PHELPS, MICHAEL J.; PONTI, WILLIAM R.; PRITCHARD, JOHN R.; Business Club 4,5,6. RANDALL, CHARLES W.; Newman Club 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Newman Club Liter¬ ary Chairman. ROFF, LARRY C.; ROSA, JAMES E.; Business Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball. ROWLAND, MARTIN J.; SCHMIDT, JOHN G.; SCUDDER, HENRY C.; Orientation 4. SHAFFER, RICHARD M.; Student Council 4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Basketball. SHOEMAKER, GARY; SIMONDS, JUDITH L.; Business Club 4,5,6. SISCO, SANDRA M.; Business Club 4,5,6. SNOW, DAVID A.; Baseball, Intramural Sports; Basketball. STREETY, FRANK; Orientation a4; Business Club 2,3; Basketball; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Football; Basketball Captain. SWEET, MICHAEL S.; Busines s Club 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Soccer. TUCKER, JOHN L.; Business Club 2,3,4,5,6. Happy faces. . .Jim DeFlippo, Joyce Dunn, Judy Baker, and Brenda Parker. TYLER, KIRBY R.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Busi¬ ness Club 4,5,6. VESCIO, JAMES L.; Orientation 4; Business Club 2,3,4,5,6. WEBSTER, CRAIG A.; Business Club 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Basketball, Baseball. WESTCOTT, JAMES T.; WHITC ' OMBE, JOHN L.; Intramural Sports: Bas¬ ketball, Football, Softball. WHITE, ROBERT W.; Rita Cherney, Mary Wilkins, and Marilyn Zlock seem to pick the hard way to study. WILBUR, BEVERLY A.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6. WILLIAMS, ANDREW H.; Tech Talk 4,5,6. WITTY, ROBERT O.; WOOD, GARY R.; WRIGLEY, KENNETH D.; Business Club 4,5,6. YURKO, MICHAEL J.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Baseball. ZAVADA, MICHAEL P.; SECRETARIAL BAUMGARTNER, MARY R.; Student Council 4, 5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2; Orientation 4; Tech Players 1,2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6. BILLINGS, PAT RICIA A.; Orientation 4; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Business Club 1,2,3; Future Sec. 1, 2,3; Honor Society Secretary; Future Sec. Vice President. BRUTOVSKY, PHYLLIS E.; Honor Society 34 5 6; Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3. CARR, PATRICIA A.; Choir 2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec 1,2,3,4,5,6. COLE, VICKY A.; Student Council 3,4,5,6; Fresh¬ man Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3, 4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2; Faculty Student Assoc.; Stu¬ dent Council Secretary; Cheerleaders Co-Captain. DONLON, PATRICIA R.; Future Sec. 1,2,3. EDWARDS, NANCY E.; Orientation 4; Business Club 4,5,6; Future Sec. 1. GOULD, MARY E.; Future Sec. 4,5,6. HARVILLA, ROSEMARY A.; Honor Society 3,4,5, 6; Business Club 4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Fu¬ ture Sec. President. HOLDSWORTH, MARSHA L.; Orientation 4; Cheerleaders 4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6. HRANEK, MARGARET R.; Newman Club 1,2,3; Business Club 3. JACKSON, VICKIE L.; Future Sec. 5. KIEHART, NANCY A.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Fu¬ ture Sec. 4,5,6. LANDON, GLORIA A.; Future Sec. 4,5,6. LEWIS, JANICE M.; Future Sec. 4,5,6. MASON, NANCY A., Business Club 1,2; Future Sec. 4,5,6. MILLER, EILEEN E.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Busi¬ ness Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Fu¬ ture Sec. Treasurer. MOULTHROP, MARJORIE A.; Orientation 4; Fu¬ ture Sec.- 4,5,6. MYSYK, PATRICIA; Orientation 4; Future Sec. 1. PACIOCCO, SUSAN R.; Honor Society 3,4 5 6 - Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6, : Future Sec. Corresponding Secretary. PIZA, ANDREA L.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3; Class Secretary. leaders 4,5; Business Club 4,5,6; Future Sec. 4,5 6 ROSENBARKER, LINDA L.; SKOPE, EILEEN M.; Orientation 4; Business Club 4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. Secretary. TROY, MARYELLEN F.; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1,2,3; Future Sec. 4,5,6; Pep Club 1,2,3; New¬ man Club Secretary; Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer. TRUCHAN, ANDREA A.; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5,6; Orientation 4; Honor Society 3 4 5 6- Business Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Business Club Secretary. HILA, LINDA M.; Business Club 4,5,6; Future Sec. 4,5,6. YOUNG, JOAN L.; Future Sec. 1,2,3,4,5,6. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY CANNON, KATHLEEN M.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1. DERR, HENRY R.; Intramural Sports: Soccer, Football. ECCLESTON, DENNIS M.; HALL, GEORGE F.; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3. HARRIS, JAMES W.; HURNEY, BARBARA A.; Student Council 1,2,3. KASCHAK, RONALD, A.; Student Council 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Honor Society 6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football. PRENTICE, GARY N.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Basketball, Soccer; American Chemical Society. ROWE, WILLIAM H.; Orientation 4; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball. SCOLARO, DAVID P.; SCOLARO, PAUL J.; SEBESTA, ROBERT D.; Intramural Sports: Soccer. SEDOR, DAVID G.; SHORT, JOHN F.; STOKEM, DAVID W.; THOMPSON, WILLIAM C.; Soccer; Intramural Sports: Cross Country, Basketball; Soccer Co- Captain. CIVIL TECHNOLOGY COLLINS, THOMAS L.; Intramural Sports: Volley¬ ball, Bowling, Softball. CUMMINGS, BETTY L.; Tech Players 4,5; Civil Tech Club 4,5; Civil Tech Club Secretary. HRANEK, THOMAS D.; Student Council 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1,2,3; Cross Country 1; Intramural Sports: Flag Football, Volleyball, Softball; Young Republicans 4; Civil Tech Club 4,5. INGRAHAM, VERN W.; Orientation 4; Honor So¬ ciety 2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball, Soccer, Volleyball; Civil Tech Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. KETCHUM, GARY P.; Intramural Sports: Cross Country, Bowling, Softball; Civil Tech Club 4,5,6. PURTELL, DAN J.; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball, Football, Softball; Civil Tech Club. ROBINSON, JACK K.; Student Council 2; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soc¬ cer, Volleyball, Bowling; Civil Tech Club; Civil Tech Club President. VARGA, DONALD; Student Council 3,4,5,6; Or¬ ientation 4; Intramural Sports: Football, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball; Civil Tech Club. ZMITROWITZ, FRANK A.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4; Cross- Country; Intramural Sports: Football, Soccer, Bas¬ ketball, Baseball, Tennis; Civil Tech Club; Ski Club; Civil Tech Club Treasurer. SEVER, THOMAS F.; Honor Society 4,5,6; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; I.E.E.E. Co-Chairman. SOMERS, DAVID A.; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6. STRAIGHT, WALTER E.; Student Council 4,5,6; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Cross Country. Does Keith Armentrout let acting go to his head? Well. . .if it got much bigger the hat would never fit. VONDERHAAR, GARETH D.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Softball. DENTAL HYGIENE BATES, LUELLA M.; Orientation 4; Choir 1,2,3, 4,5; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. BECKWITH, JANET C.; Dental Hygiene Society 1, 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . BRENN, LAURETTE G.; Honor Society 3,4,5.6; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. BUSH, SUSAN M.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3, 4.5.6. DaBRESCIA, NANCY A.; Dental Hygiene Society 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . DAILEY, RUTHANNE C.; Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. DOYLE, HEIDI S.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3, 4.5.6. FAILLA, LORETTA; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2, 3.4.5.6. FRASCA, LINDA M.; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6; So¬ cial Comm. Secretary. GRABOWSKI, PAULA A.; Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. GREENE, JANICE E.; Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. GUHEIL, JUDY L.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3, 4.5.6. HALL, CATHERINE J.; Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. HANSON, ALICE M.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. HENDERSHOT, BARBARA A.; Dental Hygiene So- city 1,2,3,4,5,6. HUDOCK, ANN E.; Student Council 3,4,5,6; New¬ man Club 1,2,3; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6; Dental Hygiene Society Secretary. JUDSON, DIXIE L.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2, 3.4.5.6. KACZYNSKI, BONNIE S.; Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. KIZER, MARJORY H.; Choir 4; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. LAURIE, LYNNETTE J.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6; Dental Hygiene Society Vice President. LaSHOMB, LOUISE A.; Dental Hygiene Society 1, 2.3.4.5.6. MERKLEY, NANCY A.; Student Council 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. MILLER, JOHANNA M.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6; Dental Hygiene Society Treasurer. MONROE, DONNA E.; Newman Club 1,2; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. MOORE, KATHLEEN M.; Choir 1,2,3; Dental Hy¬ giene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. NEWTON, GERRY L.: Dental Hygiene Society 1.2.3.4.5.6. NIGH, LINDA D.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. OPEKA, SARA R.; Student Council 2,3; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 5,6; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4,5,6; Circlettes 1.2,3,4; Camera Club 4,5,6; Dental Hygienen Society 1,2,3, 4,5,6; Camera Club Secretary; Cheerleaders Co- Captain. PRAGALZ, MARGUERITE M.; Dental Hygiene So¬ ciety 1,2,3,4,5,6. RENN, CORLIN C.; Dental Hygiene Society 1,2, 3.4.5.6. SMITH, MARY T.; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 4,5,6: Dental Hygiene Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. SNIPES, CAROL J.; Choir 1,2; Dental Hygiene So- city 1,2,3,4,5,6. TAMBLYN GEORGIA L.; Dental Hygiene Society 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY ALPAUGH, RICHARD A.; Intramural Sports: Bas¬ ketball. AMES, JOHN H.; I.E.E.E. 5,6. BELLEMAN, AMMON G.; Intramural Sports: Soft- ball, Football, Basketball. BROZAITIS, RICHARD D.; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Basketball. BUTCHKO, JOHN T.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball. CACCHATORE, JOSEPH A.; COBB, PHILIP P.; I.E.E.E. 5,6; Int ramural Sports: Football. COY, LUTHER B.; D ' ALOISIO, ANDY P.; I.E.E.E. 5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball. FOWLSTON, DAVID L.; G.I. Club; Intramural Sports: Softball. HALL, EDWARD L.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6; Young Re¬ publicans 5,6. HAMILTON, DAVID T.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6. HAND, GERALD K.; HELLER, DAVID H.; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6. HOLCOMB, GARY J.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Softball. HORVATH, STEVEN D.; Intramural Sports: Bas¬ ketball, Football, Softball. HURD, DOUGLAS L.; Veterans Club 1,2,3,4. KAVLESKI, ROBERT E.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6. KNAPP, JAMES R.; I.E.E.E. 4,5,6. MARTINKOVIC, DAVID J.; Orientation 4, Circle K 1; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Basketball. McCARTHY, ROBERT M.; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Softball. McGOFF, PATRICK J.; Intramural Sports: Bas¬ ketball, Baseball, Football; Ski Club. NIRCHI, MARIO; Intramural Sports: Basketball Softball. PLEW1NSKI. FRANK A.; Orientation 4; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Basketball. ROBERTS, RICHARD E.; ENGINEERING SCIENCE COSTELLO, JOSEPH G.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball. DEAN, WAYNE R.; Intramural Sports: Football Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball. DEXTER, JOSEPH E.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball. FORSYTHE, JOHN M.; Intramural Sports: Soccer. GORDON, MARTIN J.; Orientation 4; I.E.E.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Camera Club President. HILDEBRANT, RICHARD R.; Honor Society 3,4,5 6; Intramural Sports: Soccer, Volleyball, Football Softball. HOWELL, ROBERT W.; Social Comm. 6; Wrestl¬ ing; Intramural Sports: Football, Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball. KEENAN, DALE S.; Intramural Sports: Soccer Softball, Volleyball. MARTIN, ROBERT E.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Circle K 2,3,4,5,6; Soccer; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball. MOORE, JEFFREY F.; NAGRAJ, SAM PATH N.; Student Council 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Choir 3; Soccer; Intramural Sports: Cross Country, Baseball, Volleyball. ORZELEK, FRANK T.; Choir 6. SHOPE, GARY W.; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country. STEPNESKI, DAVID A.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball. STROCK, FRANK; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Softball, Volleyball, Soccer. SUPER, DENNIS W.; Circle K; Soccer; Intramural Sports. WASHINGTON, LAWRENCE S.; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball. WYNS, JOHN C.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Bowling Club 3,6; Intramural Sports: Baseball, Volleyball. ZIMNIEWICZ, THOMAS A.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball; Honor Society President. LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY CHASSE, CLAIRE A.; Lab. Tech Club; Lab Tech Club Secretary. COUCH, BARBARA R.; Student Council 4; Fresh¬ man Class Exec. Comm. 2,3; Senior Class Exec. Looks just like a Faculty-Senior game, doesn’t it? Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; La. Tech Club 4,5,6; Lab Tech Club Treasurer. FITCH, LINDA M.; Lab Tech Club. KOLTZ, MICHAEL L.; Orientation 4; Tech Tone Masters 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; Lab Tech Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football; Lab Tech Club Vice President. LALLEY, ANGELA M.; Lab Tech Club. PAYNE, CHARLES H.; Orientation 4; Lab Tech Club 4,5,6; Lab Tech Club President. SUSSMAN, LOUISE; Lab Tech Club 4,5,6. WATERS, PATRICIA A.; Orientation 4; Lab Tech Club 4,5,6. YACAGINSKY, PATRICIA P.; Lab Tech Club 4,5,6. LIBERAL ARTS AIKEN, CARLA J.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 2,3; Orientation 4; Citadel 1,2,3,4,5,6; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4,5,6; Tech Players 1,2,3,4,5,6; Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6; C.I.S.G.A. 3; Reactors 4,5,6; Tech Players President; Citadel Editor; Choir Vice-President; Tech Talk Copy Editor. BACH, FREDERICK L.; Orientation 4; Choir 5,6. BALCHIKONIS, ALGIRD B.; Orientation 4; C.I.S.G.A. 4,5,6. BARNO, JANE F.; BEAGLE, MARY E.; Orientation 4;Newman Club 1,4. BEGELL, MARK W.; Orientation 4. BENNETT, GARY E.; BILLINGS, GERALD R.; Orientation 4. BISHOP, WILLIAM G.; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4,5,6; Circle K 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Volleyball, Circle K Treasurer; Tech Talk Sports Coordinator. BOTTING, PHILLIP L.; Wrestling; Intramural Sports: Softball. BRIGGS, RONALD F.; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Intramural Sports: Basketball. CARNS, MARY P.; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1. CHERNEY, RITA J.; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4,5,6; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Liberal Arts Club 4,5,6; Ski Club 5; Tech Talk Circulation Editor; Honor Society Vice President. CHUDACHEK, GARY J.; Orientation 4; Choir 1,2, 3; Circle K 1,2,3; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football. CIOTOLI, RONALD D.; Intramural Sports: Football. CLINE, DOUGLAS G.; Choir 1,4,5,6. COLONEY, SANDRA J.; DePERSIS, ALEX S.; Circle K 2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Football, Soccer, Volleyball; Circle K Vice President. DONOVAN, ELAINE M.; Orientation 4; Ski Club 4,5,6. DRIBNACK, MICHAEL J.; Circle K 4,5,6; Golf; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Footbal l. FETSKO, MARYANN; Orientation 4. FISH, DENNIS R.; Orientation 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball. FISHER, SUSAN M.; Tech Players 2,3,4,5,6; Busi¬ ness Club 6; Ski Club 4,5,6; Tech Players Treasurer. FORBES, DAVID G.; Student Council 3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 4,5, 6; C.I.S.G.A. 3,4,5,6; Student Council President. FREER, G. RAYMOND; GASPAROVIC, THEODORE F.; Honor Society 3, 4,5,6; Tennis; Intramural Sports. GIROUX, LORRAINE J.; Orientation 4; Tech Players 2,3,4,5,6; Business Club 4,5,6; Ski Club 4, 5,6; Ski Club Secretary. GOLDEN, MARGARET A.; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3. GREENWALD, PAUL N.; Soccer; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Football, Soccer. GUARDIA, MARCIA L.; Orientation 4. GULEY, MICHAEL G.; Circle K 2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball, Football. HAIGHT, BRUCE W.; Circle K 2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Volleyball; Ski Club 4,5,6; Ski Club Executive Board. HAMMOND, SHARON E.; Orientation 4. HEIERMAN, PHILIP P.; Student Council 3; Fresh¬ man Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3: Orientation 4; Social Comm. 4,5,6; Choir 1. HENDERY, DANIEL R.; Student Council 4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Honor Society 3,4, 5,6; Newman Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball, Volleyball. HENDREY, DARYL W.; Student Council 2,3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1,2, 3,4; Liberal Arts Club 4,5,6; Class Vice President; Student Council Parliamentarian. This was a supper break for Tech Players during re¬ hearsal for “Taming of the Shrew " . . .a moment of relaxation midst hours of toiling practice. HOOK, JEFFREY S.; HOULIHAN, MICHAEL H.; Newman Club 1,2,3, 4,5,6; Circle K 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball. KEARSE, PATRICK J.; Circle K 1,2,3,4,5,6. KIMES, CARL R.; Orientation 4; Ski Club 4,5,6; Ski Club Treasurer. KOCICH, CARL J.; Tech Talk 5,6; Intramural Sports; Soccer; Ski Club 4,5,6; Ski Club Exec. Comm.; Tech Talk Cartoonist. KRNA, KENNETH J.; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Circle K 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball; Circle K Secretary. LAUGHLIN, LYNNE D.; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 3. LAVO, JAMES J.: LEONARD, ROSS A.; Intramural Sports: Soccer, Football. F.OSCAVIO, MARIE; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 3, 4,5,6; Tech Players 1,2,3,4,5,6; Camera Club 4,5; Liberal Arts Club 2,3,4,5,6; Faculty-Student Liason Comm.; Tech Talk Editor; Liberal Arts Club Vice President; Tech Players Secretary. LOZZI, JEAN A.; Orientation 4. LUCAS, YVONNE M.; Orientation 4. LUFT, SHARON E.; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 1. MARAGUS, NICHOLAS H.; MATHIS, DAVID; Soccer, Baseball, Intramural Sports: Basketball. McCABE, JAMES P.; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball. McMAHON, KAREN A.; Orientation 4; Ski Club 4,5. MINK, DONNA L.; Orientation 4; Tech Players 1,2,3. NAGY, RONALD S.; Orientation 4; Intramural Sports: Football, Softball. NORTON, RICHARD D.; Tech Talk 4; Tech Players 5,6. PALMER, CHARLENE J.; Tech Players 5,6; Choir 6; Camera Club 4,5,6. PARKER, JOSEPHINE F.; Choir 4,6. PASQUALE, JUDITH A.; Orientation; Ski Club 4,5. PETKO, BARBARA A.; Orientation 4; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3. PETRIGALA, PETER J.; Circle K 4,5,6. RODEN, DONNA A.; Citadel a4,5; Tech Talk 4,5, 6; Camera Club 3,4,5,6; Liberal Arts Club 4,5,6; Young Republicans 4,5,6. ROSE, LORRAINE A.; Ski Club 4,5. RUFFO, JACQUELINE A.; Orientation 4; Choir 1,6; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. SANTA LUCIA, JAMES J.; Student Council 5; Tech Talk 1,2,3,4,5; Tech Talk Editor. SCHRECK, DAVID P.; Intramural Sports: Soccer. SEDOR, FRANK E.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball. SHORT, FRANCIS J.; Student Council 4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 4,5,6; Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Lib¬ eral Arts Club 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Volleyball, Football, Soccer, Artist Series Chairman. SIMKUS, WALTER J.; Intramural Sports: Basket¬ ball. SPRING, TIMOTHY F.; Orientation 4; Newman Club 2,3,4,5,6; Circle K 4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball, Volleyball. SPRINGER, CHARLES D.; Baseball; Intramural Sports: Basketball. JALLET, GEORGE F.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Newman Club 1, 2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball’ Soccer: C.I.S.G.A. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Student Court Chief Justice; Newman Club President, n iEOBAL.D, M ARGARET D.; Newman Club 4,5,6; Newman Club Treasurer. J1TA, GEORGE E.; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Football, Baseball. FRUSLER, GARY A.; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 4,5,6; Ski Club 5. WHALEN, ROLAND J.; Student Council 1,2,3,4, 5,6; Orientation 4; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; C.I.S.G.A. 4,5,6; W.U.S. 4,5,6; Young Republicans 3,4.5,6; Reactors 4,5,6; Student Court 1,2,3,4,5,6; Young Republicans President; Student Court Senior Justice; Faculty-Student Liason Comm.; Faculty Safety Comm. Traffic Court Judge. WILKINS, MARY A.; Orientation 4. WINDHAM, DAN J.; Student Council 2,3; Tech Talk 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4,5,6; Choir President; Tech Talk Editor. WOOD, MARTHA A.; Student Council 6; Orienta¬ tion 4; Citadel 3; Tech Talk 4; Tech Players 2,3,4, 5,6; Reactors 4,5,6; Pep Club 3,4; Reactors Chair¬ man; Pep Club President. ZAMPINO, JANET B.; Student Council 1,2,3; Or¬ ientation 4. ZIMMER, JOYCE M.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4,5,6; Liberal Arts Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; C.I.S.G.A. 1, 2,3,4,5,6; Student Council Treasurer; Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Newman Club Secretary; Liberal Arts Club Secretary-Treasurer; Campus C.I.S.G.A. Sec¬ retary; Region IV C.I.S.G.A. Secretary, Editor. Do we see someone trying to “sneak” into the library? Thank heaven that ' s no longer necessary. ZLOCK, MARILYN L.; Orientation 4. ZUHONE, DARLYNE; Choir 1; Newman Club 1,2, 3,4,5,6; Reactors 4,5,6. ZWIERZYNSKI, JIM D.; Golf; Intramural Sports. MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY ARMENTROUT, KEITH F.; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 3,4,5,6; Tech Players 1,2,3,4,5,6; Newman Club 4,5,6. BOGOSTA, PAULA A.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; A.S.T.M.E. 3,4, 5,6. BOROVICKA, JOHN M.; Golf; Intramural Sports: Basketball, Baseball. GRAHAM, WILLIAM L.; Orientation 4; Intramural Sports: Softball. HUNT, JOHN F.; Intramural Sports: Football, Volleyball, Softball. JACOBS, MICHAEL J.; A.S.T.M.E. 3,4. JOYCE, ROBERT D.; A.S.T.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; In¬ tramural Sports: Softball, Football; A.S.T.M.E. President. KEPPELER, JAMES G.; Honor Society 3,4; A.S.T.M.E. 2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports; Soccer, Football, Softball; A.S.T.M.E. President. KOSTYUN, FRANK C.; KRNA, JAMES P.; A.S.T.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Basketball, Football; A.S.T.M.E. I r ciSLirGF KUDDIE, GARY R.; A.S.T.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6. LAWSON, DOUGLAS A.; Intramural Sports: Bas¬ ketball, Softball. LEE, WILLIAM M.; Honor Society 3,4,5,6; A.S.T.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5,6. MORGAN, WILLIAM; Baseball; Intramural Sports: Soccer QUICK, CHARLES H.; Intramural Sports: Soft- ball, Football. STUREK, FRANK P.; Honor Society 5,6; A.S.T.M.E. 5,6; Intramural Sports: Softball. THORNE, DOUGLAS A.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Soccer. VLASAK, RICHARD; A.S.T.M.E. 2,3,4,5,6; Intra¬ mural Sports: Football, Softball. WEINWURM, PAUL F.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Soccer, Cross Country, Tennis; Ski Club; In¬ tramural Manager. WILLIAMS, DAVID D.; Intramural Sports: Foot¬ ball, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball. MEDICAL OFFICE BOJACK, LENORE; Meical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. CORBY, CHRISTINE C.; Student Council 1,2,3; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. DINGEE, BONNIE L.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3, 4,5,6; Medical Office Club Secretary. EVENSON, DONNA P.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3, 4,5,6. FRAYER, SHARON A.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3, 4,5,6. FREW, JUNE E.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Social Comm. 1; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. GAHAGAN, NANCY A.; Student Council 3; Or¬ ientation 4; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4,5,6; Newman Club 1,2,3; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Medical Of¬ fice Club Parliamentarian; Cheerleaders Co-Captain. KNUDSEN, ELSE; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Medical Office Club Treasurer. KOCHER, JOYCE M.; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Medi¬ cal Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. MILLEN, JEANNE M.; Student Council 1,2,3; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6; Medical Office Club President. MILLER, DIANE M.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3, 4,5,6. O ' NEIL, MARY C.; Orientation 4; Cheerleaders 1,2; Newman Club 1; Medical Office Club 1,2. REILLY, STEFANIE B.; Medical Office Club 1, 2,3,4,5,6; Medical Office Club Vice President. ROCKS, MARY B.; Social Comm. 1,2; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. SALAMI DA, ANGELA; Orientation 4; Medical Of¬ fice Club 1,2. STEFANSKI, JUDITH A.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3,4,5,6. SZLUCHA, BARBARA R.; Medical Office Club 1.2.3.4.5.6. WRIGHT, JANET E.; Medical Office Club 1,2,3, 4.5.6. X-RAY TECHNOLOGY AKROYD, HARRY D.; Orientation 4; Tech Talk 2; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6; Intramural Sports: Football, Basketball. AMES, THOMAS E.; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 4,5,6. This is but a sample of our secretaries: (1-r) Denise Haluska, Gina Baumgartner, Janet Barvin- chak, Marsha Holdsworth, Nancy Edwards, and Pat Mysyk. AUGELLA, JOSEPH E.; Orientation 4; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. BAIER, THOMAS A.; Orientation 4; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 3,4,5,6. BARRY, SHEILA A.; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. FARNSWORTH, CYNTHIA D.; Triple Cities Ra¬ diological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. FLANAGAN, SHARYNE R.; Orientation 4. GARY, DANA L.; Triple Cities Radiological Tech¬ nologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. HALL, DAVID S.; Triple Cities Radiological Tech¬ nologist Society 2,3,4,5,6. HUNT, SHIRLEY A.; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. JAMES, NANCY L.; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. MONTICELLO, ROSEMARY J.; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. ROMAN, SUSAN R.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5,6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 1, 2,3,4,5,6; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 4,5,6. SEMO, JOANNE T.; SURACE, JOSEPH L.; Orientation 4; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 1,2,3,4,5,6. WALKER, JANICE L.; Student Council 1,2,3,4,5, 6; Freshman Class Exec. Comm. 1,2,3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4,5,6; Orientation 4; Social Comm. 1,2, 3,4,5,6; Triple Cities Radiological Technologist Society 2,3,4. GRADUATION A thrilling culmination. . . two hard ye ars behind. . . . The final goodbye to our Alma Mater. . . .A beginning. Commencement speaker, Mr. Edwin L. Crawford, Chairman of the Broome County Board of Supervisors. Sam Nagraj poses proudly with his parents, who had just arrived from Italy, only moments before com¬ mencement began. 203 These four students earned the top cumulative averages for the Class of ’68. Left to right: Tom Zimniewicz (PE, 3.79); Rose¬ mary Harvilla (SC, 3.76); Andrea Truchan (SC, 3.82); and Ed¬ win Dufur (LA, 3.88). Ron Briggs, Teri Brown, and Emily Ca- hoon express various emotions. . .prob¬ ably all forms of disbelief. Faculty members, Mr. Beagle and Mr. Baldwin, pose with their gradu¬ ating daughters, Betsy and Judy, both LA students. Mike Guley receives his alumni to each graduate. plaque, one of which was given This little girl seems ap¬ prehensive about the whole thing and seems to wonder if she’ll ever make it this far. Photographer, John Young, is caught “shooting”, while members of the Board of Education listen to the speech with vary¬ ing moods. 204 GRADUATION Mrs. Campo and Father Bebel seem to be enjoying some thought. . . .Could they be discussing Mr. Crawford’s speech? Joyce Zimmer happily receives her diploma from Mr. Wales, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 205 Faculty members show various forms of interest and or disinterest in the commencement proceedings. GRADUATION It looks like joy for Kathy Cascio and Rita Cherney. This little boy seems to wonder if he might get away with one more cookie at the reception following graduation. 207 As the year ends, so does the book containing but brief snatches of its history. It is our hope that this journal will preserve and enhance many memories of that year as you ook through its pages now. . .and in years to come. Farewell. .. . CITADEL STAFF STAFF MEMBERS: Jan Craver Kathi Sirsen Gordon Ivey Nancy Slachta Cristy Knapp Brenda Parker Advisors.Mr. Rayn Miss Weierich I would like to express many thanks to the very few who helped assemble this book for all of you. . . .And a special thank you to J. Beth Weierich, advisor, for efforts far “be¬ yond the call of duty.” Carla Aiken Editor • • W WALSWORTH Marceline. Mo., U.S.A. 208


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