Edinboro University - Conneautteean Yearbook (Edinboro, PA)

 - Class of 1978

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' 'Q Homecoming ,. yy , fimulai -- Rst:- Openingf I 7 The reason being, Academy Hall, is the only original building here at Edinboro. Built in 1857, it is the last remnant of the past-a past which has been lost in the modernization of Edinboro State College as it is today. , wil, Ny X, 5 ,,.....L'i"P-SELF , l, 1, z Y f162",'QL3g M l8fOpening Q' i-QT 'i 5 Opening! 1 9 2O!Opening ,.,-,w K Y . ,..-X - - -----1-'1.'M?-41.0 .1 ' 1 Z "Til: .'f'lQZE" ff A4 MS'-L14m:.5J"' if 3.- S. 221 Opening 5 Au, .-.-1 WX, N 1- v ,K In f J ,f 1 ,f f . ' YUM' 'J I '!' r E 9 J 3 .-: F51 r 1 v I1 'f Swann J HIP-J .I 'H turf ,. in " :gs To the people who are affiliated with the college, whether teachers, students, or members of the community, Edinboro is important. Opening! 23 9 241 Opening +4 'U' - ,-1,,LJL.1-. 1. .,p,1wH 1 f 7f- L f ' -. A' , '- .nv 'r-rw 'LL - I fyfu-2l: , f'u11 -vi .,. Y, A ...IL giizimnkg W R .1 2 .AA ... Openingf25 we,?"K ..,,,! k 'QQ Y 1f"f 1-"""" '-'-a 4 T EJ? 1- 26! Opening -F-13, "'4"v.2x" ff- vb-fu "A?'.L'f' Jag.- 'L-, .4 1 L ra 1 O 'g.,....z6tQse-. .. H . ,:",,ii'iA1' - - '- ' A - ' 14 ,iff , .N 4- ft -L - K The institution has lived through the Gilded age, the Progressive Era, the roaring 2O's, the placid 5O's, and Watergate. Some were periods of frustration and depression while others were exhilerating as new worlds opened through discoveries in the sciences and arts. The history of Edinboro State College reflects the influence of "highs and lows" on the social barometer. Openingf27 '41 1 Q W F , ,viii ,I "'1a.,.'5gilJ ,pa .' ga":If9 0. mgml MH Olwi QV? I B ' ,.n. .ss 'x In ,n r 'J w uf ' .vu A 4,5 - PTT f fx ifa f ff 155 lwmci kwa - 732 Ati - X V .-:,:f"'+ .H if M -142' H .....,.,Y. ' K ,.-,,,' ' Nw' A ' - R i , X . f n A ' Q 4 F I y i' 5111: ' 7 Y, rg. - W 'IWW' 1'i '2u 1 1 , , b fx B me I in sux 1 ' E qcsmvx ! ' ' My 1- 'z v vy N . -. 9 Q W' ex ,' A Y. 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Mclxlerney, Alfred Kern, John Mahaney, Joseph Kavinski. 52X Academics wfmtlvzvwy-7.1 , ll 4' mx . .rv I igzgx s, -..fix Q N1 iii L' ,Q-LY if-, F,- 1' Dr. Eldon Shupe, Dr. Richard Gromen, Dr. Martin Farabaugh, Dr. Richard Weller, Dr. Dorothy Novello 'QW L... JK X 1:-iii A 'a 'P' wr- isx ,1,1,:,,H I K-im -,sla.Ji.. .vw ACADEMIC DEANS - First row QL-RQ: Dr. Richard Gromen, Mr. Karl Nordberg iActingJ, Dr. Richard Weller, Dr. John Fisher. Second row: Dr. Jack Williams, Dr. Eldon Shupe, Dr. Dorothy Novello, Dr. Martin Farabaugh, Dr. Leo Roland. Academics! 53 Deans of Men Deans of Women 5 uuuuvm-aau1,::, -, , ' N - f --- - --v-1-area . . :.l?e.4j1,T , ' 4 ,uw V . I fi' Rf' ' 1 i x Q.-V, . ' 1' .-0' x ff' .,, ,fr :L ww.. -' 1 I Ev ursing W f -- V: :si--. ,- -fgfzx 1 fin 1 I " 1 . - 1 -Q1 ,fi . V 33 L-,-Qjgjfg Ps 153 .V Qifgii F?3f?7 Q I R 5 - 'R - ' Academics! 55 Arts and Humanities M-- .1 I Y I: Arts and Humanities I K-Q 9 'e X , EE N! H :- Lilffl A , 5 f'-ad - o i'- g- -1 Educatlon - 1 F 'iii Y-3? KF if 41123- ij 4 5 N 3 1 . -vs. ,J ,J Wx,,L51 'J as nn "U L gl 2, fha,- Q iff T -'r QM'- 4 K .,, ,H , , .4 -Aus, ., V , -,Z ic.-.T 'ir , -W wins, -- Jg X, ,4 1.1 ' 1 5. ,fr2?'Pf A . X ,l ,.,. "ki F- - f 29,11 Z'f6v6', -v-'fi ff ": 'll'-2' ,Hz Mi ,ig 7. ,lg Behavioral and Social Sciences .JP- if v .. ,4 Q 'J 41 iiaiha ,..- ...- ,R QT: ' -2 ' . 1 mf if I A Q X KVN, . i I 1 W" ff " a ki.. .1 k 43 14' I .. -. ...,..g ' .: if-, . F1 1 x Al 'A , A 1 ' ' 'E , 1. 5' X N . Www 5 C Q Q A 3 S' Fl ,, .. -1 Af 65. th if!-, . - -V ' ' V' - la, A '..?f2,1, H? A 'V 'Y ,-1 g. T 5 . I, . r 'f TW ra ,.. p? 1 ' wwf.,- . ,- ,. -.il Natural Sciences and Math Administrators of a growing Edinboro WEP! Entire Faculty, i936 Graduate Assistants and Student Teachers may seem like relatively new concepts, however they have been existing for years. At the beginning of the school known as "Northwestern State Normal School" the way in which the youngsters of the community received their education was through the college stu- dents. The situation worked quite well, the children received an education, the future teachers obtained experience. Unlike the four class levels we have today, the past classes con- sisted of three, Freshmen, Middies, and Seniors. Many changes have occurred over the years, presidents have come and gone, students continue to pass and fail, and yet the Boro still stands, always growing, developing, and educating. 66fAcademics Television, l965 N! A '. ,,:"'s 17 .' .f,1.ag. fwfsr Beg 13' ge m . . .-'J-Q, If""" ' W- J " ,J IF ". L W' " ' We e ggii 5,,e. r 1' " gg. ? I First principal, Prof. J. R. Merriman H857-18605 Principal, James A. Cooper C1863-18929 ,,,,,,r-.1 ..,',r N ' ,. ,..,..,.'-5-1. 9' "4-f1'.Iy".4Q1'f'7" me - ,fQi,3:15fZ'Li,.','.. Wyn- Illlll llllll r,ii ii JLL.. -ii, L. '-3? .-4Z7..,.gL4 1'-11.4.1 Sketch of campus. 1890 Academics! 67 Interests Q fl v 1 ?lE1'L'Lf if F' 'r.::1 gl , , 1 ,Tri Row 1, sitting: Sue Pierce, Jocelyn Stoppe. Row 2: Lana Thomas, Kelly O'NeilI, Debbie Schwark, Alicia Clements, Cindy McCall. Row 3: Roseann Wslay, Laura Visco. llll-.VIIXXISIIIIIXN l'I'l , All 701 Interests Yearbook Staff, I 924 Advisor, Mr. Paul Newman i kr i H. l I , i Paul "Nite train" Lane, Tom Blevins, Doug Sellers Patti Loomis, Elaine Dzurko, P.R. Secretaries Photographers Qi Gene Gamer lnterestsf7-1 S.G.A. Changes are occurring constantly throughout the world and even here at Edin- boro. In this edition of the TARTAN the change has been shown to the reader through photographs both old and new. The photograph to the right marks the first change of it's kind at Edinboro. This year, the student body elected it's first woman president. This may not seem too incredible to some, and maybe it's not. After all, this change only took 121 years to occur. Student Government President, Mitch Yatchum S.G.A. CABINET Row 1: Qsittingj Jackie McGrath, Art Guzzetti, Mitch Yatchum, Mark Montifiori. Row 2: Qstandingj Dave Battaglia, Pat Capretto, Tina Lobins, Beth McCullough, Jeff Ringer, Judi McCarl, Scott Stanton. Missing: Sharon Goedert, Dennis Jackson. 721 Interests Spectator 4' Lf I bf. C4 Sitting: Tim Katchur, Karen Piatt, Mark Madomma, Helene Welch, Standing: Dale Shidemantle, Dr. Gordon Holland, Brian McGrath, Jim Duguid, Joe Schwabenbauer. Brian McGrath, Editor-in-Chief Interests! 73 College Llnion Board Council for Exceptional Children C Q-41 :ls , C T' Pres. - Tammy Triplet, Wee Pres.fMembership - Tony Bellavia, Vice Pres.fPublicity, Mary Lou Carlsen, Vice Presjprograms - JoAnn Karsh, Sec. -- Dottie Woodworth, Treas. - Marla Pellegrino, Newsletter Ed. - Debi Smith, Jayne Stewart. Wi! Interests Advisor - Mr, Richard Anderson, Pres. - Myrtle Holley, Vice Pres. - Lou Parees, Sec. - Nancy Hartwick, Treas. - Marty Webler, Historian - Doreen Gray, Publicity Chairperson - Martha Holley. Advisors Dr Shlssler Mrs Sterling Mrs Huber Pres Debbie Charmley Wce Pres Sandi Mclntyre Sec Beth Scalise, Treas. - Interests! 75 Concert Chorale - - l The 1977-78 Concert Chorale, directed by Dr. Gordon Flood Choral Llnion 761 interests The Choral Union under the direction of Ms. Tiller. French Club Q Advisor - Mrs. Koczan, Pres. - Missy Harris History Club Q13 ,gi i Lf Advisor - Dr. Anchak and Dr. Stonesifer, Pres. - Bob Peters, Vice Pres. - Paul Lane, Sec. - Sharon Bricker, and Treas. Farooq Solangi interests! 77 781 Interests Business Club 'fbi T7 Advisor - Mr. Lisowski, Pres. - Kevin Kennedy, Program Committee - Rex McCray, Rep. SGA - Robin Major Academic Affairs Rep. - Mitch Yatchum, Sec. - Penny Baker, Treas. - Tim Catchur. Criminal Justice Club 'Ls -ylvliizg .J , Pres. - Colleen Freedland, Vice Pres. - Dave Dindak, Sec. - Maureen Theiss, Treasurer - Kathy Anderson. 'glfgeifi .J, QQ' ,V u jdffi. e-rl 9- f lr, Irish Club 4 Vs Advisor - Denny Creon, Pres. - Pat Fallen, Vice Pres. - Greg Sullivan, Sec. - Tommy Craig, Treas. - Jeff Fallen. ueiss .1 If: . I , f V -N. f Cl l 4'5- Advisor - Dr. Blum, Pres. Roswell Wolff, Vice Pres. - Michael Finch, Sec. - Jean Francz, Treas. - Phylis Johnson. lnterestsf79 Gamma Chapter, Collegiate Rainbow Advisors - Mrs. Ansell, Ms. Acker, Pres, - Paula Baxter, Wce Pres. - Kathy Hartman, Sec.-Treas. - Denise Danforth. Advisor - Richard Dasher, Pres. - Wanda Steinbrunn, Vice Pres. - Valerie Long, Recording Sec. - Sue Babor, Corresponding Sec. -- Cindy Schmidt, Treas. - Kellie Grove, Ed. - Deb Smith, Chaplain - Barb Henry. 801 Interests Sigma Alpha lota Debate Team L .1 SA.- . T XM Y ff! 1,36 ' 1 ff -pf-. -,q,.'a'y ,f-,EF EEE? IFJ? The 1977-78 Edinboro State College Debate Team. Alpha Beta Alpha .i.-- 1 -4-T f,... Patty Perly, Lou Ann Sakolowski, Judy Hau, Mr. Ristvey, Mrs. Hesheth. lnterestsf 81 Dance Club -4:--.--qw. ....1.............-u ,,..........-...-, .L C7 Y? ' vrrwrr- .. ..-.-, L . , ,.1 321 lnterests , . Pres. Suzanne Klier, Wce Pres. Lynn Campbell, Advisor, Mrs. Adams. National Art Educators If l 1. , . 6 . 'I . E - 1 E - 'l A . - 1 f C 5 5 if 1 . ll l --Leaf! 1. Advisor - Mr, Dom Howlett, Coordinators - Jocelyn Stoppe, Wcki Wahl, Publicity - Lee Whalen, Coordinating Sec. - Cindy Chelen, Magazine Distributors - Cindy Boyer. Ski Club Advisor - Dr, George Shoumaker, Pres. - Glen Meixner, Wce Pres. - Jim Finney, Sec. - Cindy Suggar, Treas. - Jeff Chritchlow. Scuba Club iwfelfe- f f r, H' X Wil? Advisor - Mr. Elbert Friend, Co Chairpersons - Debbie Chase, Jeff Hug, Bob Shore. Interests! 83 841 Interests Row 1: Sue Payha, Cindy McFate, Mary Beth Gregor. Row 2: Patty Moran, Cindy Mrozek, Lori Pfeifer, Cathi Lopez. Tam 0'Shanters ll R ,qw f W, . , . .9 rf - , e Row 1: Kim Pulice, Sharon Buchna, Marion Jo Nardone. Row 2: Gail Beblo, Jana Black, Debbie Chandler, Debbie Thomas. Row 3: Debbie Reiner, Dana Taylor, Joni Pascarella. Row 4: Barb Keplinger, Donna Sperling, Noreen Lynch, Lori Stauffer. Top: Sharon Klienfetter, Carol Gallagher. Not pictured: Bonnie Baer, Kathy Nelson. Basketball Cheerleaders O rf- U' 2 'J' CD CD 1 CD Q3 Q- CD -1 CD Row 1 Laurle Hlxenbaugh, Leigh Ann Pottes Lorl Jackovltz Row 2: Cindy Small Heldl Herrman Clndl Mmard Kim Myras Sharon Von Bricker Cheryl Clndl Karaffe. S 861 Interests .,-of Resident Assistants Centennial Hall R.A.'s 1 ,Tx-X U, .-5 , 'QN- J wg -' 1 Y. 1 Scranton R.A.'s iq, E- -4' '15' 'Y' .f"i., 37" f C k"' ,ff . Y - X 4 a. E qw, iff "1 nlvni , ,244 'F-'iff- A I '- gf LY . -,1 , . . ,- Distinguished Faculty Pictured with Edinboro President Dr. Chester T. McNerney QLD are Professors James LoPresto and Steven Kemenyffy who were named recipients of Distinguished Faculty Awards by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Joining in the ceremonies were APSCUF President Marie Palmer and presidential secretary, Janet Dean. Professor Robert Beagle was also honored in the Distinguished Faculty Awards program. Honored locally for dis- tinguished teaching and academic service were Doctors Mark lutcovich, Jack Culbertson and Kenneth Milles. Mr. Robert Beagle Mr. Steven Kemenyffy 881 lnterests Dr. Chester McNerney, Dr. James LoPresto, Mr. Steven Kemenyffy, Mrs. Marie Palmer and Janet Dean Mr. Robert Beagle Mr. Steven Kemenyffy Who's Who at Edinboro Amy Allison Elizabeth Curry 5 r 1 Denise Goodman Art Guzzetti Tom Blevins The 1978 edition of Who's Who Among Students ln American Univer- sities and Colleges will carry the names of 38 students from Edinboro State College who have been selected as liv- ing among the country's most out- standing campus leaders. Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. They join an elite group of students selected from more than 1,000 institu- tions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934. l, Ql- .i r X Gina January Melanie Brooks Carol Eiler Joan Graboski Debra Kalafus interests! 89 901 Interests Dave Kramer Barbara Lindberg Christine Lobins Pamela Lynn Michael Malec Josephine Massaro Diane McClintock Thomas Myers Kathleen Nelson 1 i Eileen Sargent Sally Schott Nancy Siefert sl wi t, Nicholas Sekel Pamela Shumaker Patricia Simpson 14" Lynne Sbauss Ellen Valenzi Ron Vance Jodl Williams Deborah Wilson Not pictured: Richard Anderson Cara Bitzer Joseph Come Kevin Foley Dennis Jackson Deborah Kwolek John Mahaney Dominick Todaro Interests! 91 Groups share common interests has Qc Merfs Eating Club, 1895 Mg.. ..,. 1., .c 4 ,- l.L ' J ,-P, ' 5 1 , ,f"'f""-++W.-.,e,u M - w fd: u ,s.s A M , .. 2- V 1 ,-33-,?,gfl,3i Q ,W , A n ' ---.....-,.,i inmumzwr use ..m..,.1" 5 .L 031 L s a 5 8 . A., 1-. gznmerests Bicycle Club of 1895 Normal School Band, 1908 fi! Music Students, 1910 Majorettes, I 955-56 People with a common interest have always collected together to share that interest. Somewhere in the begin- ning, an individual took the initiative to gather a group with something in common and before long clubs began everywhere. There seemed to be clubs for every interest. Social groups such as the ski or scuba clubs can look back at one of the first social groups, the lVlen's Eating Club. Their com- mon interest is rather obvious. More intellectual groups such as the Scarab Art Club also existed. The Scarab Club was one of Edinboro's most popular. Today, students can join an organization stemming from almost any major. Groups still continue to bring together individuals with mutual likes, dislikes and desires. Interest! 93 Performances WEST SIDE STCRY 96!P rf VX ff -xi-Ji Q2 ESC Drama Department presented Leonard Bernsteln s West Slde Story March 21 26 1977 The productron directed by Mr Forest Felghner displayed Edlnboros musrcal as well as dramatlc talents L+. Q 5-fi 1, Performances! 97 ,f 1 ., 1 J A X V 'z' 1 - 1 ' I , . o ' 1 - I 1 ' 7 I in 3 V A VW T- Y' Y ' . ,, I l - V 'fu I I A .H VN ,A , 1 I ' Q 1 A . iQ 4- , V- Y Y if-' 5 II , ' -63' 4 V xt' ., Pi-. f: a e, , E as y- I y - 'V-' 1' Y 4 xx 'p Y I '. . ' I Azq A, . X-' il . A , ' ' Q ' " 2 , e ,lV.U an r- -A a GECDRGE BENSCDN Singer, jazz guitarist, George Benson, appeared March 1977 in McComb Field House. Benson per- formed some of his new releases as well as his big hits, including "Affirmation" and "Masquerade", The concert, presented as part of Edinboro's Black Week, was quite an entertaining evening. .glqxflg ' ' ' -csgw A Perforrnancesf99 GUEST ARTIST SERIES Y 'll .VY . Q Edinboro's Guest Artist Series presents many un- usual and entertaining talents each year. Three such artists this year wereg DANCEXLA, a modern dance troupe from Los Angeles choreographed by Spider Kedelsky on October 26, jazz ensemble Black Earth Percussion, October 5, and Tom Taylor as "Woody Guthrie", November l. Performances! I Ol ATLANTA RHYTHM SECTION The Atlanta Rhythm Section performed as the 1977 Homecoming conceit in McComb Field House. The illuminated letters ARS jumped with various colored lights as the group played their popular as well as newest songs. The evening was a good one for all ARS fans. lO2!Performances Q.: 'fra 'B :gif-ggggzgfi :':'."i':':'o . 'fd i 0'o'nQ 00.0 s 1 .' 0' ' I I o'g:, 0 J. I I 0, '5 1 Q5 ,-2 's' Performances! I O3 F- '1lp.7,',-l"fQ -2'T'ipT'f2.. Yliflkg-" 3 ' ' K' if' ' f , .-f I-lg, W ,- , I . 1-:I Vzz- ,' .Y , ' fl -, , 'PX' ', X ' . 'x , .3 ' 'H- X I z 9" ' ' 'V L. f- , K M -1 Ijfl .1F'5"., . A Y M, . KENNY RANKIN 1 O41 Pe rforma nces Singer composer, Kenny Rankin, appeared at Memorial Auditorium November 18 with mime Trent Arterbury. Rankin's music on both guitar and piano, his witty conversations with the audience, and Arterbury's mechanical movements made the evening quite an enter- taining experience. I O61 Perfomwances Timothy Leary mothy Leary rekh ned as and spoke at Me orlal December 197 cussed has the 1960s asw as on mlnd ex n Ilvlng for the fut e was concluded b a period ln wh asked about specl You Can't Take It With You ' ' ' ' N7-.-"T-"vw, vw ,N . l ARF, L .. "Bm :limes .- ' .1 "" ' L 5 11. ,dv .4 .fn-,A . ' ' :xl AA.,.3,, Q. N. C. U 54- . 5.1 'ffl '1 ' E "".r ini. SP! ' 14 X . . . . .. ,,.'t -' X N ,, . 5 , . x ,ii -, ' " 1' , ' A .1. V 1, ' , ' 0 . 5,4-ws . 1' -X 4' .'., A .W ,L I,,. . I -V '. , . 1 J rv .1 fl A X N H . .. W!! A . , , . M V ' . , f .- Nl' A ., W..-.-Qsfl V A 1 -A -X ,1 ....-.1:,:.... ...z J S D WJ?-,I,, A ...f-L-- , .W v A Y YA: --b Y fir.-i.T:T,, E. 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F H mf- Y I.-512-3--,..3-33, F15 71,1 I -.-' ,L gf, I V 1 43 , ' 3 -,cg f.,J'?,g-1. 44 1: "'- 'aw 1-Ts-'.' - f- , ,' ,' 4 5,1551 W ., N, gX.jg,p- Q in by x , , , ,QQ .,. ' . a ,R ' :,f -5 1 -.,,i,. ', A, , '- 11- - .. ' 3-.W " "Y-f ' ., ,, V-' - A ' f '--3-1 " . ' , A , Y ' 11, Tp-'44-'H f '- ,f'f. - ...n..'H- Wr..A1-'zi- P 1 f .-1,--Q. f . .G ,, V I- Vw 9 L, Y . A0 V , A . - . 1 081 Performances 6 I .,. 5 1 u . ' ' 1' 1 Aff, 'Q Q, .' 11' 'lf' 2 hx' y ,gl L.: H V qi., x, 519 . - 1' "' if ' xx F711-' af' Q Xa X-'I ' KEXJQ1 -12, :sr ' '-,ij I fl PI J-1' -q, ,J t ' I a A - 'fx I .xx Y. U . I. ' ,-if Y .fs ig' Q, .1 .y fx. J if + '-?ziwgisM 45,1 '24 V'.1."xN5 "'XE:. 'ix'-ji x xg' in . . 1 Q I 4. ...gr aff, I, , f 'WI 0 An L . ,in :Qual 'P f U remw- -Q, gv3Li.g2Ta1fi ,xiii , -- A 'Wf .,.- ,,5.f'L7 ' xv-1 'F 147 - A -, N:-gf .- rf . ,-' , A 1--. . T"-R - "' ' wxxq I " k i f ' 3 " '53 . + .S?',1!l A y 'J ' - 1"' if , - Nw, ? ll 1 1 Of Performances N it , QL 'Swv ' 'iq 'l Talent of the past displayed 'i.ETf'1 fl.. A ' ' 'lx if 'Q 'uv ' L" ' ' ' L - ' -Q Pd' , , , -' ' 1 . ' 49 . H ' f 9 A' ' 'J ' ' Q al 'Y ' 'X 7, .1 ,-.ef , I gf 1 11 '5 ....."..'! Operetta, 1926 William Jennings Bryan visits Edinboro, March 15, 1911 I :- Lf, b, i. . . l I ,. - E1 1 . 'I 1 x 0 Q 17 ,iv 1 f 1 nr I, bi A student activity in the l95O's The performing arts, whether presented by student groups or by guest entertainers always help to break the monotony of school work. This is true of Edinboro since it's beginning. ln the earliest years of the college, students found en- tertainment in things such as a group sing in Normal Hall after dinner. Later, such distinguished individuals as Oliver Wen- dall Holmes, William Jennings Bryan and William Taft visited the campus and spoke to the students. Every year quite a few guest artists share their talents with Edinboro students. Even the students themselves have advanced from group sings to full scale produc- tions complete with costumes, scenery and lighting. That's progression that's entertainment! ----L p . I I -'--J. f' 1 EP' i . Julius Caesar, i960 l Much Ado About Nothing, 1962 Performance-sfl l l Student Life v r 'llitraat aft i X Since the theme of this volume of the TARTAN is Edinboro itself, the editors have begun a new section entitled Student Life which is definitely a part of Edinboro. We felt the best way to initiate this new section would be to dedicate it to this familiar little man who is the utmost authority on student life here at Edinboro. He comes into everyones life weekly voicing student complaints, wishes and suggestions. So to you Mac. we present this pictorial essay on some of the things that affect each of our lives, from campus police doing what they do best, caf food, dorm and apartment life, to good old Edin- boro weather. Last but not least, we would like to thank you for dedicating your- self to the lives of all students. my 1 ,H In A51 I, .,-- rv H5 I l6fStudent Life F1 fl: ,R . 1 x L ..-1'-"F Vid' Student Life!! I7 1 I B! Student Life ,Ii .1-rf yy-my .. "3 s Eff' i VB?" ,f , z , m 1N'E' Z ,.f 7 H fi: , I .1 .N -5 I - 'uh f W 1, 11 B,g5f!Hs x iff WU mi! L I 1 1 ,., - I., .47 4 'H fq .1 . , . I I i. ' .Ayn v A 07,1 1. fv , L75-uv 24.31-f I 1 .Y n-utuq. R,- ,-fm w 1, bm. -J .114 ,.,- N- 'L IQ 1201 Student Life 'Q FI 'ii ,4 ll .xx X XX 7f J' N , ll' - .4 X ,f ' 559, 1. -P-x l' -TV' 522' ' " "" A-. , . Af- -"maui: ! , - - ,f 1 ' A " A!I" ' ENgif V. Jig?-:f','E4,5'j,y'l ff-.5 E - . , W wie: ii 'M' 1" V ' -'i:-'ll'-U - f N '--' 2.55 fwew Q., AW' -'ef 1. we-.i W '11 'I K' I 'vi all Ci? Student Life! l 21 Eli'-51- t Tl :UIQ f ! 1221 Student Life ,AA ,m ' - sniff' .E-,. ,, A 1, 'K -. 2 A ' surf 1... 1 1 . f-1 .- -.mi f 'f 'J 651 w 15 .,,1 i, M V I: ... w1, df lf - 2"""""!1 ' fu' " bm' '-' . . ski f-f ' , ul , 9- f hliulilgngf A -5.1. .. I V 3' is 7 -I, u S' ' I '5 Q, ,J R, x 351233, Y ss g QW 4f,.,': M Qu -all ...,v y' 'xi - fue-'.jL- ' "" 4-1 1 K" UL.. 'Yu , '-31: E - I 1 " . F .I J AA A K E , , .1 l, . ,T ,, ., Student Life! l 23 'F I Q: 'fm f. commumz ONLY PARKING 1 241 Student L f Q. p 'im f , 9 Z-"T m, 1.-u' 45 il 'K A ',',4 We ' J.-Q x V14 . . " Ea I 0 PARKING I9 Student Life! 1 25 Students pass time with friends ""'C' ,ev-, - 1 P' 1 ? 1 as ff at . K '4- Fire at Normal Hall, May 13, 1969 Despite the fact that many generations of stu- dents have come and gone, college social life remains basically the same. lt seems that the main factor behind extra curricular activities has always been getting together with friends. This idea hasn't changed, but perhaps the locales have. Being a student in the earlier years of Edin- boro you may have gathered with a pair of skates on a frozen Mallory Lake, packed a lunch for a picnic in the grove of trees across from Van Houten Dining Hall, or sunbathed down at lakeside. Today, it is more likely to find groups engag- ing in a card game at the Union, partying in their apartments, or gathering for a few drinks at their favorite bar. Time passes, people change, but friendship will always remain an important part of student life. The entire school in front of Normal Hall, 1910. 126fStudent Life ,f 1 N"'t"r' Skating on the Outlet, 1890 Scenes from the annual College Christmas Dinner, 1930 'Su' Water Sports at the Bathing Beach, 1928 ."'f -f ali "4 NA - -L , ,, The Bathing Beach, 1928 Student Lifef127 I Sports 128 I L TL: Coach LaRosa Bows Gut A Winner -.+l. 1 L- -fev. .L :--ni5l .-.mis . ' First Row QL-Rl: Del Cochran, David Bruno, Jim Sekel, Matthew Anclrejco, Don Stewart, Mike Folga, Jim Basilone, Bill Evans, Fred Miscimarra, Head Coach Bill LaRosa. Second Row: Dan Vogel, Terry Hine, Mike Kalustian, Rick Macer, Pat Wallace, Bill Rowniger, Tom Kaiser, John Coleman, Doug Boyer. 1977 BASEBALL RESULTS 19-81 W 10 Buffalo State O L 4 Slippery Rock 6 W 5 Slippery Rock 4 W 9 Allegheny 8 L O Allegheny 1 1 L O Clarion 7 L 3 Clarion 8 W 3 Behrend 1 W 6 Behrend 4 L O California 1 1 L 3 California 12 L O lndiana 3 W 5 lndiana 3 W 8 Gannon 1 W 8 Gannon 4 L O Mercyhurst 10 W 1 7 Mercyhurst 6 13OlBaseball Third Row: Brian Gibson, David Hanson, Geary Conley, David Guida, Joe Kelihar, Tom Jackson, George Pakutz, Tom Klochak, Tom Adamczyck, Rich Harlow. ' li' 'lui . . ff ar-Evcuiflimr-af-vQ.gq,,,,Q,',g! f I ' " .y S 5.5! nytii- We mail .1 ,JF , mg ' . agp I , 'w f ' 1 , , 'ni V M, ' i-ui1sa+2a:..s?wsviiw4f,- L ,fi ' AVTA -TL - '- L:- Eg Hr- - ,V .1 .1 1- 1 - lvl.. JI. uf: Af .. ff- f"1"f'-wk -fs. -Jvc'-'H NNMLY ,t 1 E 41.4 . un. 1 L . it sr, A 1 , eqiiifa-ri ,gp 5214. 1 ,gay 1 - f.'ff"'ff 55'-1-fFm9ifql4'i' "'Y,4if4rwf':i:"r.'Qg.-13K+ V ' if ,R P1-91,51 ,rye--4'-'1'2'f, iff- fly '.g1qf39.'f3ie'!i'iQ Sing- Qi.-", ., ' ' 1. 5 '51 'S 'A '-Y P' -sr inf'-K+.-'L:'4 f-01. . ljilt usb ...Juan o HQQWQ 'iv' my A-Y., s. nr- , 4 if ,za A Q Z-' q 5 ESC Rifle Team Out-Shoots Opponents EDINBORO STATES 1977-78 RIFLE TEAM - First row QL-RJ: A. Russell, J. Deloe lcaptainb, D. Stroup, J. Shaver, J. Keech, E. Magargee. Second row: l32f Rifle Coach Steve Lucas, B. Fridley, S. Gillespie, D. Butler, J. DeMoss, Assistant Coach Paul Maxtinson. Not pictured: T. Vinca. -Q. Ez.-any w ia my W mn E MQ A M ws f1!'1 C W,5F5 Q 4 ffmiowf 3 .ft 'L ,C- Q1 N Qvwnonovpioy ,Q- mu 4 aiii" Grapplers' 11 1 Mark Best ln Hlstory EDlNBORO STATE'S 1977-78 WRESTLING TEAM Front row QL RJ Frank Rossman Ken Pollard Mark Ford Jeff Hodges Don Pollard Gary Dave Wurst Jeff Bradshaw, Ray Yeager, Tim Giger Keith Schloss George Astonno Shawn McBride Tom Goble Alan George Bill Bartz Jon Bouchat Cole Dominic Todaro, Derek Rapp, Mike Delycure Jim Walters Back row Jim Greco Mark Wilson Rick Mayberry Jim D1Bas1llo 1977 78 WRESTLING RESULTS Q11 IJ University of Buffalo California - West Liberty Gettysburg Cantonsville West Wrginia Univ Allegheny indiana Behrend Slippery Rock Hiram Mansfield 5th Place Pa Conference 16852: Pts 12 teamsj 12th Place - NAIA Nat'l Tournament GEM Pts., 90 teamsD . J k Y. r , .Aix gl: .a'1"""- L.. 7 Wrestling! I 35 Yeager, Bradshaw Finish As PC Champions L-453. R i .f:? 'A , is .- M.. V ' X Q Women Edged In Close Matches EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM - QL-RJ: Coach Brigitta Johannson, Jane Hunkel, Mary McCarthy, Judy Reynolds, Sharon Ada Gustaveson. Crystal Reagle, Manager, Jennie Shultz, Shelly Wolfson, McDuff. Missing from picture: Judy Shultz, Barbara Trzsincka. 1977 WOMEN'S TENNIS RESULTS C4-57 L 1 Univ. of Pittsburgh 8 L 4 Indiana 5 W 5 Mercyhurst 1 w 5 Gannon 1 L 4 Clarion 5 L 4 Slippery Rock 5 W 6 Mercyhurst O L 4 Lock Haven 5 W 6 Gannon 0 Women's Tennisfi 37 Spikers Win Fifth Straight PC Crown J Vfi-a., ,,,,.a-.4-!"""' ings, .:..,:S,L,- 1977 TRACK RESULTS K3-OJ W 96 Akron University W 93 Indiana fPa.D W 82 Slippery Rock lst Place - NAIA District 18 C175 Pts., 9 teams! lst Place - Pa. Conference C1 ll Pts., 13 teamsj l 38X Track ,,,,,...s..--'-- 5.3 Q ..a A , Es, ,fi f A1 - -i7:f"r 'T an Zz t.. JL" - .nov ,I-,, UQ- -7- ,ily rg-4 v -f. A 4.3 . 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Second Sabolt Della BaYle- Julie GFOVGS. Kathy Weidlein. Debbie FOX, Dr. Patrick row: Kim Kirver, Debbie Landrine, Mary Strickell lco-captaini, Patty Walters, Md-ane the-Hd Coachl- Pru Kurtz, Judy Norman fmanageri, Denise Bolland. Third row: Mr. Al Stone L W W L W W W W W W Split W W W W L W L Cortland Temple University Ohio University Georgetown University of Maryland Universigf of Delaware Clarion tate Fredonia Oneonta Cortland Central Connecticut Brockport Central Connecticut Springfield ithaca Central Connecticut Cortland East Stroudsburg 1 401 Volleyball 1977 VOLLEYBALL RESULTS Q28-BJ 15-5,10-15,15-17 13-15,15-12,15-11 7-15,15-12,15-11 10-15, 10-15 15-9, 15-12 15-11,16-14 15-6,15-5 15-13, 15-8 15-3, 15-10 15-4, 15-5 10-15, 15-6 15-5, 15-12 13-15,15-5,15-11 15-3, 15-3 15-9, 13-15, 15-8 11-15, 15-10, 2-15 15-3,15-6 13-15, 5-15 'EAIAW Regionals Slippery Rock Buffalo State Brockport Clarion State Cleveland'State Pitt-Johnstown Cleveland State Univ. of Cincinnati Kent State Fredonia SUNY at Buffalo Indiana Univ. of Pittsburgh 'Cortland 'Penn State Syracuse "Univ. of Maryland fi' 15-6, 15-8, 15-2 15-8, 15-4 15-9, 15-7 15-10,15-10 3-15, 8-15 15-10, 15-1 11-15,17-15,4-15 15-13,15-12 15-4,15-12 17-15,15-7 15-4,15-10 15-1,15-3 2-15,13-15 15-8, 15-8 11-15,15-10, 15-6 15-4, 15-9 10-15, 8-15 1 v 'f .H A l 1 , ., N f kwa- ' --as - T- :A Q ., fu' ' , ' :, gm , ia A iz A 1 W L 1 ' ' W' .- L - 1 H '- V SF ,L .jU 22?5 X 9 ,, N, M ' ll up ' yr -4' . 5 .ln Y Q, xx Z " gr ,,52,f172g5f'gQQj?ff1s5:1' 5 1,4 PI VA' M ggfzwu, .. iM533f'4'nf"' "'l U25 WH' f- ' w r -A-Li I 'I 'ill 'Q 3 I H 1' Gul .v. 1 J' 'F -f V ,V M, -:I 'Yin f 'D 3' ' wp.. 4 N15 1 'W' 3-f ---- '-o,,, 3 W Q1a 1 M, AA ' xl S 4.- il' ,- '-s . ,Q as 13 . o' it 2 I Gb Q3 ss' 'nv x Er igf. w,iu. af- ls E 1 42X Volleyball Scots' Season Marked By Defense "-m.,.h I 'Urn i ,, Y LY J- ll wr-'4 1977 FOOTBALL RESULTS Q3-6-1D L 6 Fairmont L 17 Saginaw Valley W 19 Frostburg W 25 Slippery Rock T 3 Indiana L 6 Clarion L 14 Lock Haven L 7 Shippensburg L 12 Millersville W 30 California 7 21 O 13 3 1O 20 17 24 8 Footballfi 43 Libert's 713 Yards Leads The Offense 3 Sullivan, Krentz, Gooden Lead Tackling Assault elf 1 WJ f Booters Edged By Powerhouse Foes EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 SOCCER TEAM - First row QL-RQ: Kevin Wuini, Tom Horency, Roberto Serrano. Third row: Dan Frost, Tim Crompton, Stillman, Jim Boyles, Bucky Cosgrove, Henry Arch, Bob Just, Rick Weidman. Gary Lang, Gene Mazurczyk, Leon Green, Kevin Lunz and Coach George Second row: Jim Basilone, Mike Wright, Todd Fries, Frank Hartmann, Doug Shimpeno. if-fr is T" jf ffjvrzf-Z.. ,:-71'?f5"' ' ,., A A K L., Q , Af n --fr r4Z'4.i 4 Eff- r' r l- mx. i ' r 124- - ' ' -- .n ,fr . r . ' Y,-.-. U L . ' 3.4-sr-i nty, H , ,H f' Qnlzdirgl .sr,g,,,5i, I, ' Q . Q rrrpgqiwgf 1 11' .' 1 .1-'-Ilia. - vfvivziisn' r .-4145 .':'r,qj1A f u we ' - J zf-.-YH fr? 1--a Q., ,. ...tg , .,,- 1 3.5-1:',rrgvr-Q 2-.QA I I i, cg,.L-.gf a,,,'g,.M , f , ,,742,xfZ'-'fgg:,L-ijf, Y v rf, "lfE- ' -A Q.,-,H .JV 1 12, 1 ,y. '.'-viii!-:feb 1-' Jf '-bw' ' . 2 ini-T-4.:"T7'a,riii' 'ff3rI',?:.fsEg.-?iigf- Hg , M--,:g,gv 2 zffvlisfe if 'v-ff. wa .6-' 'I ,fs , 4 . -f '. ,Il 'Q 4 'hi ' i rf- '. 51 ' vr':::,'.2' ' -,.::'i: -gg: -713: sz. H, xr at H,-'21 Nxlg A .'.., , ,f-'.: .1.-- wi. 33,352 L , 5 it qv a-, '-rv 5 9 if -.QW 3l2gQgfg?Q?Vib? 'L Q35 K 150' F T rl ir '-HW-I-I 1 u.4 m. -au. v f ,nl :L -. vig: ,, 1-95. 'rfxa'1 1,2-y EL i. , IIE' .1,gftej'Qf: 1 1 'f'1If9vKi,f'i.,. 3Qi'Qf,'Q:' ' ig 5-4,-5.1.-f 4,151-,-1. lr- I-A'g'.-,gf ,r .f.,q?l:-uf, -rj, ' ',---,ll -3-3-5 .f o 1-x.' f:Z?'rf2."3'r,Tv5'39K?'A9w,'fs-sin. ffvrflef 'f'f4'rs7'1'5f?:???1R-,:f1-. , , 4 L-lx-'T edF.'.'YT:ffv7e :fri -3'fs+A4'ii4L'-fs-1 '-"rf i 1 46! Soccer ff 6 ,'i,'f, W-,, f-'ff-Ev." ' K-.5 --.l. ., ., 5' '12, I g . - X - 1977 SOCCER RESULTS C2-8-2D .. ..3 3 Pitt-Johnstown . 0 Lock Haven . . 1 Alliance . . . 0 Frostburg . . O Indiana . . ..3 ..1 ..6 ..2 5 Gannon ..... . . 1 1 Behrend .... O Llniv. of Pittsburgh . ..3 .. ..6 3 St. Vincent .... . . 1 2 Mercyhurst . . . . . 3 1 Grove City . O Allegheny . . ..3 ..1 lt if . 4 , i. as-va-4 i' , I' rx. ..v'l,...ll Soccer! 147 Women Cagers Get Tourney Bid F EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM - First Renee Perkins tmanagerl. Third row: Judy Saurer thead coachl, Marie Liguori row QL-Rl: Kathy Nelson fco-captainj, Pam Bonadio, Lynn Lyle, Donnie Shick, tassistant coachl, Karen Petroski, Mary Jane Gibson, Donnene Disco, Nancy Lori Dolby. Second row: Mary Ann Bralich, Tina Skidmore, Mary Beth Abbey, Peg McDougal, Polly McKeon tco-captainl, Jim Kennedy tassistant Goedert, Veronica Johnson, Audrey Scott, Adrienne Hudson fmanagerj, coachb. 1977-78 WOMENS BASKETBALL RESULTS C13-12D l 1 l L 56 Australian Nat'lTeam . .59 L 65 Cheyney .... . . .84 l W 65 WestVirginia Univ. . . .56 W 82 SlipperyRock . . . . .65 L 36 Penn State ....... 73 W 84 Indiana .... . . .60 W 72 Univ. of Cincinnati .... 39 W 103 Akron .... . . .62 L 74 Univ. of Pittsburgh .... 77 W 84 Lock Haven . . . . .66 W 105 Gannon ......... 69 L 91 St.Joseph's . . . . .98OT 1 W 116 Jamestown C.C ...... 23 L 78 Penn State . . . . .90 W 2 Wm. Paterson CForfeitJ . O L 68 Maryland .... . . .93 W 1 15 Jamestown C.C ...... 28 W 95 Clarion ......... 77 W 90 West Virginia Univ. . . . 65 L 64 Univ. of Pittsburgh . . . .80 L 76 lmmaculata ....... 86 L 75 Slippery Rock ...... 81 L 71 LaSalle ..... . . .73 EAIAW Satellite Regional Tournament: W 85 Penn State . . . . .81 L 63 Immaculate . . . .75 1 481 Women's Basketball 34 fab QX 4 F , 3:4 , "". 'E' av, i "5 I 501 Women's Basketball ff' Linksters Grab PC Crown 'vhs ' . . -' . if ' pi EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 GOLF TEAM - QL-RJ: Head Coach Jim McDonald, John Mazza, Jeff Spath, Chris Lane, Dale Loeslein, Hans Iverson. Bob Backstedt. Jan Andhagen, Jonas Brundin. 1977 GOLF RESULTS 116-39 ' W 365 Clarion State . . . .371 W L 365 Indiana ............. 362 W W 365 Slippery Rock .......... 366 W 4th Place - Wooster Tournament C21 teamsl W W 458 Clarion ............. 480 W W 458 Gannon ............. 469 L L 431 Mercyhurst . .426 W 355 Alliance . . . . .418 W 431 Clarion . . . . .457 W 368 Allegheny . . . .... .380 W 368 Gannon . . . ...... .383 368 Alliance ..... . . .445 '355 Slippery Rock . . . .361 355 Mercyhurst . . . .363 359 Behrend . . . . .410 434 Gannon ............. 454 434 Mercyhurst ......... A. .430 lst Place - Pa. Conference C753 strokesj 362 Westminster .......... 377 362 Behrend ..... . . .404 362 Alliance . . . . . .425 3rd Place - NAlA District 181635 strokesl 3rd Place - NCAA National Meet 41185 strokesl Golf! l 51 -Scots Splash Way To Even Record EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 SWIMMING TEAM - First row QL-RQ: Mike Pyle. Third row: Head Coach Ed Erdos, Tony Johnson tManagerJ, John Graham, Pat O'Leary. Mark Drennen, Bill Bruecken, Ralph Stumpf. Second Peroni, Roger Doyle, Bob Wright, Terry Patterson. row: Mark Whiteleather, Vyto Bankaitis, Scott Klugh, Brian Lansberry, Mike 1977-78 SWIMMING RESULTS Q4-4D L 40 Youngstown State ..... . . '.72 L 45 Penn State .... . . .68 L 54 Allegheny . . . . . .57 W 69 Bloomsburg . . . . .44 W 59 Fairmont State . . . . .52 W 72 SlipperyRock . . . . .40 L 34 Clarion State .... . . .79 W 63 Fredonia ....... . . .37 13th Place NCAA Division ll 143 Pts.l Y . 1 521 Swimming F1111-."iFL E! K rd ,. l V x 1 I 3 I . ..-11 'EXP '- 1 iff ,: Y RTT Ll -,.-f-, - JC" ,,,.- . . A I 5512 I ,, -1-T 'V " v. inf? 5 X Swimmingfl 53 Watts-men Extend Streak To 34 Straight 21,2 ' , Ep' I W W W W 1 54X Cross Country X LIMIT 3 v ,. ff if--:iii 11,1- iikw. ,C-'Nr Q! ,nail 'w '4'MQa..',-., , , il -.-45" 1977 CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS C4-OD 19 California ........... 40 17 Fredonia .... ...... 4 2 26 Slippery Rock ......... 31 1st Place - Mansfield Invitational C20 pts.J 1st Place Tie - NAIA District 18 C35 pts.D 1st Place - United Nations Invitational 19 Univ. of Akron ......... 36 2nd Place - Pa. Conference 175 pts.J 21st Place - NAIA Nat'l Tournament rw P og., 6 XJ If ii . gmt i is 2 li ,4-is ua.. I, T 4 .F ' K Q , . R -,X I A -, MN: f I F, s "R X.. ,- if-" -4 ,-gas L, V ., - Q- Li 19A 'mga-','.',f fr 1 ,. ,, ,TMJ H' W I .1141 ' ,as:a.,H::w Q5 "- ' f E 1'--'ff "ii 'LQI .av ,," Q: iq,-'-I3 'QQ 2-Y A 1 ,fliib f,:,-.Q,.1,1 4. I fm' :- v is ak ' Cross COUntl'yf 1 55 Nlariotti Gets Win Number 1OO and r. +3-ucv'-.-u-Q' .3 ,, . 1 ',,.,--IL I., . 1 -. ,- A .- W ,w yes! M" - if . " " I ' ff'- " -1. 'fl' A' Sz 'I u -4' - X v f J: , Stair? ' 4 1 v 1 J? tg I. L 1977 TENNIS RESULTS 110-21 W 8 Gannon ........ . . .1 W 7 Youngstown . . . . .2 W 9 WestLiberty . . . . .O W 7 KentState . . . . .2 L 1 Mercyhurst . . . . .8 L 1 Penn State . . . . .8 W 9 Gannon ..... . . .O W 8 Slippery Rock . . . . .1 W 9 Indiana .... . . .O W 8 Califomia . . . . . .1 W 9 Behrend ........ . . .O W 8 Akron ............. 1 3rd Place - Pa. Conference C19 Pts.J 2nd Place - NAIA District 18 C19 Pts.J 1 11th Place - NAIA Nat'l Tournament 112 Pts.J its? .qw- ..,l1-.as-uef was-5,1-L' Lf:-644 ' .-"'7 I T ' ' . X ' ' . . - x ' . : - -- ' " s sh Q ,. .,, .s .r. a .. 4 "'f 'T f J' W A - ..,a. .po-h-"ig 1' 1 56! Tennis 4- Champagne Shower X 0- f' EDINBORO STATE'S 1977-78 TENNIS TEAM QL-RQ: Head Coach Hank Mariotti, Dom Masciantonio, Randy Beerman, Dave Drossman, Jeff Mulhollem, Denny Staller, Mark Bush, Jim Goshorn, Bruce Demyanovich. Tennisf157 if 'K 158fTennis Q... wx- cg' ,I Q ag 1 r1.fx ' As i a' ff if . - I f-'n- 'mai EUC ' 1 , . , ,, U xxxx XX 1' x s ' X X '- N xi xxx 5, MQ hr, S,-N -S19 gr ,Q r g ' . " K2 Qi ' .' H: 'fy A Y ' -ffiij ha 'F .51 is 2" - 5 -C047 Q ' ' my . x '-f If . Q Q ' Q -- ' 1 . ' . , , , . . Q . ' ' . 1 -I . A Q Scots Slip During lcy Second Semester EDINBORO STATES 1977-78 BASKETBALL TEAM - First Row QL-RJ: Walt Bacik, Jerome Thomas, Ron Byrant, Drew Stauffer, Melvin Hooker, Gary Randy White Rick Federici, Randy Oetting, Verdis Chears, Mark Moosa, Don Stanton, Stewart White, Jim Wimbley, Don Lovett, Head Coach Guy Conti. Fee Al White Tyrone Tillman. Second row: Assistant Coach John Furcron, 1977 78 BASKETBALL RESULTS Q9-151 Atlantic Christian ......... Concord . . Mercyhurst . Pitt-Johnstown Alliance . . . Lock Haven . California fForfeitl . . . . Oberlin . . . Behrend . . Morgan State Georgia State Pitt-Johnstown Lock Haven . Mercyhurst . Indiana . . Clarion . . . St. Wncent . Clarion . . . Slippery Rock Indiana . . . Point Park . . Slippery Rock Gannon . . . California . . Basketball! 1 59 Stanton Nets 1,000th Point Basketballfl 61 Fighting Scots of long ago 196768 P.S.C.A.C. Champions The thrill of athletic competition has existed since the beginning of time, and more close to home the beginning of Edinboro. A point has been scored for women in sports at Edinboro when the women's field hockey team cap- tured the National Championship in 1916. Perhaps over the years the physical appearance of the athletes has changed, and the uniforms have definitely been modernized, but the Scots continue to fight. GO BOROl 1 62X Sports ESC Football Game, 1947 1 1 ESC Women's Swim Team, 1946 Men's Basketball Team, 1927 ' 'rf 'rup- Women's Hockey Game, 1949 Sports! 1 63 Greeks 165 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL .V Sitting: Bob Mellinger. Row 1: Mike Galuzzo, Bill Rust, Bill Briscoe, Gary Slater, George Svolos, John Hosack, Doug Anderson, Ron Hall, Gary Johns, Chuck Ratajack, Dave LaBrozzi, Jim Gavaghan, Aubrey Dillon. Row 2: Jeff Wood, John Peters, John Paul, Rex McCray, Marty Chovanes, Jack Speer. ANHELLENIC CCDLINCIL T1 Row 1: Cindy Lovelace, Linda Guthrie, Diane McClintock, Kathy MacEachem, Michele Taylor, Holly Gados, Rose Kunco, Janice Thoma. Row 2: Kathy Kelly, Julie Morrow, Sharon Kapfer, Patty Maher, Chuck Mitchell, Carol Molnar, Becky Kemmerer, Cindy Feree, Amy Mason. l 661 G reeks , -.tj --qc L1 Greeks! 167 ALPHA G DELT 1 681 G reeks Row 1: Wcky Chieffo, Sue Payha, Sharon Buchna, Mary Catanzaro, Elaine Manners. Row 2: Lori Smallis, Jana Black, Barb Lindburg, Bev Quinn, Amy Allison. Row 3: Patty Simpson, Barb Pinker- ton, Linda Wesler, Nanette Bowler, Lori Lasorella. Row 4: Cindy Selker, Leslie Williams, Wcki Hamilton, Lynda Rock. Row 5: Marcia Johnson, Lana Thomas, Kim Paine, Nancy Dronsfield, Beth Hicks. Row 6: Karen Hendricks, Barb White, Julia Clark, Kim Delbrook, Karen Collette, Carol Molnar. Row 7: Jan Snyder Jodi Greenstein, Patty Maher. Row 8: Sue Falco, Karen Xruno, Linda Hudzinski, Marty Hodgson, Debbie Zaleski, Donna Doskocz. Missing: Laural Hazelwood. Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity was founded in 1904. Alpha Tau Chapter, one of 118 installed chapters, was established on this campus in 1959. The fraternity colors of red, buff, and green are found in the fraternity flowers, red and buff roses. The altruistic work of the fraternity is handled through the Alpha Gamma Delta Founders Memorial Foundation which is the source of grants for continuing both charitable educational programs. Alpha Tau Chapter raises money for the Founders Memorial Foundation with an an- nual blood drive. Locally the Alpha Gam's support their adopted Grandmother Marion Weir at the San Rosario Nursing Home. At Hallo- ween the sisters Trick or Treat for Llnicef. Throughout the year the sisters participate in activities such as year- book, cheerleading, majorettes, Tam-o-Shanters, Resident Assistants, Stu- dent Government, and various clubs and organizations on campus. The sisters are involved in social functions such as Greek Week, Homecom- ing, Casino Night, and Intramural Sports. Membership in Alpha Gamma Delta is an experience in gracious living with added assets of lasting friendship and happy memories. v-1-2' 12--f -. 1' , .. . 1 ?i" f ir. H I M121 . f w - .A . . . .-,. I li Q... A ,I 39, '.Q'H!"ff!'!I'I1'4 ji: 1' '-!Jl'53.!' !.'.'!"4'3""J':""I f-4 ffl 'YQ LQ -L .,-Q V in rl-f. ,., x 1 'QI , . -. " 'xrl if ' " 'I' 5 " 4g',7ff11'f ', '- ,vu " pals - V P, . 5 -. ,. 'N . ,, if J! 3 fl' . -1 i .. ' ' N ,nu . I Q Im A A 4 Q1 H. '41 1, 1' 1 ,,"' F ' v' In .4 X-' nk Q, 1 .,,'1Tf" wg., .ff 'Mlm ' '- .' Blxiuui . 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T' vi-I 'xw 'M f-1 R .w A 1 'rd-51 fw I A 5-H25-"'j-9 5 :11 " :H :LH-A 4 " V f'-. 3 .'3 Q' .'-VHS' I 1-if 'Q' '75 ' ' 96" " V .z.' 'Vf'L'.1 N' 'A' ' ""' ,' 'si "3 ' .1 ,sr fr X . ,u ,Q -libn .Eg tb. 3 EE -lk 1. LW. .3 Greeks! l 69 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA sill S, - QQ Q lr. QW! ' Row 1: Gail Martin, Monica Milton, Dana Taylor, Dawn Hamlin. Row 2: Demathraus Perry, Barbara Burgess Barbara Pryor Debra Jefferson Elizabeth Sterling, Adrienne Hudson. Row 3: Lynette Lesesne, Gina January, Michele Taylor, Chrys Wood Cindra Lovelace Wanda Gregg Rosemary Knight. l7OfGreeks The sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha have been involved in many activities and fund drives this year. We participated in the Homecoming parade. After the parade, at the game, we sold handmade projects con- structed by the sisters. During the early fall we held a few car washes. For Thanksgiving, a can food drive was held. Items collected were given to needy families in the area. Recently we introduced the members of the ivy leaf pledge club at a "step-off' between the sisters of AKA and the brothers of Omega Psi-Phi. w K f? x .. . is-.. rw' - EDN-F x. A. fx 1 f'f'w -- 4,3 55-51 , 55 - 5' 'H'f?'i lv 6 '.' el f ft 'W Greeksfl 71 ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Row 1: fsittingj Donna McGrath, Sue Beardsley, Holly Householder, Mary Hess, Connie Coppola, Diane McClintock, Linda Satire. Row 2: Laura Henning, Cindy Gray, Carol Bednar, Darlene Erb, Martha Meidus, Patty Fomwica, Ellen Johnston, Connie Yates, Maggie George. Row 3: Barb Birckbichler, Chris Toth, Carol Guenther, Patti Beck, Marilyn lsenbart, Debbie Cornelious, Peggy Mills, Pam Stedman, Amy Mason, Suzie Barton. Row 4: Ann Borkowski, Jessica Munger, Teri Stubbs, Karen Cmovic, Debbie Cawthome, Stephanie Soutorous. A smart stepping girl in a crimson red blazer with a dash of pearly white . . . she's probably a sister of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Her sorority was founded at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia in 1901. Here at Edinboro the chapter consisting of 31 members has been going strong since 1968. Intellectual goals are important to her along with spiritual, physical, and social ones. They are sorority goals and you'll find the sisters participating in such ac- tivities as the yearbook, resident assistants, and Student Government. Our Alpha Sig's are also involved with various ac- tivities such as homecoming, Greek Sing, Go-Go Con- test, and Greek Week, not to mention mixers with other fraternities and sororities. We also participate in fund raising at car washes, walking for the March of Dimes and donating to the American Cancer Society. Even with all this bustle, she also has time to be selected into Who's Who and National Scholarship awards. l72fGreeks ,A N4 37" 8 , ..-.L - ,...- ll'!"7,--' G' ' ' I.-qi. pf,-". J- I-QM nv""' fr V.. ""-4" 2-if,-w A .' -"':f- uf M .1 :sw .im ' 1 lr? .. 4 :Q -9 ,wgziaf S1 J, Jwaf, rf...-.5 -..nv v ., ,, fr I 0? .H ,Q-. 0 ' 2'1" .-.. min- J. 'ii 2 n I .1 4 I ,1- 32 f 4 s. 4 fa .iw Sago. .. A Ar , A -, Greeks! 1 73 ALPHA SIGMA TALI l i74fGreeks Row l: Cindy Ferree, Cheryl Hyek, Denise Danforth, Anna Mellas, Lynn Pavlik, Hope Kmetz Janis Thoma On November 4, 1899, Alpha Sigma Tau began the trek down the pathway of history to guide, add meaning, develop, give fulfillment and loveliness to the lives touched by the ideals and standards of our beliefs. On March 1, 1969, the Alpha Tau Chapter was installed at Edinboro. "Active, Self Reliant, Trustworthy" is the open motto governing members in all of their endeavors. High scholarship, leadership training, and cooperative pro- jects along with love, understanding, and contributions to mankind are among the goals to which the sorority is dedicated. The national philanthropies are aid to Emotionally Disturbed Children and Pine Mountain Settlement School. Alpha Sigma Tau membership is a feeling, a promise, a development of self to the fullest potential by caring, sharing, and contacts with others. I R X, Xxx sinh 'I X ' -Q. 1 1 I +-- , N . ,xg x nu 'LAI' fi-gg? . u I x . , J 'vi A- , X Q . 4 R. -I Q ' " - 'I .,,. 5115, 'L N Nz' c . V, K Greeks! 1 75 ALPHA Xl DELTA Kneeling: Carol Forsythe, Sheri Edwards, Carol Quirk, Beth Scalise, Rose Kunco, Jenni Reese, Phyllis Cenci, Kneeling Row 2: Cindy San- tavicca, Pam Ogden, Laura Hosack, Amy Butler, Stacy Buriak, Donna Lark, Janice Bunch, Jeannie Hospoder, Row 3: Pam Ashoff, Bobbi Doc- tor, Sue Usacki, Debbie Smith, Linda Chavko, Donna Belcastro, Char Kyreagas, Standing: Linda Eaton, Jani Bicker, Sue Bicker, Nancy Schlosser, Diane Butkewich, Anita Belchak, Jeannie Thompson, Kathy Mc Eachern, Missing: Stephanie Sabin, Jody Williams. Alpha Xi Delta was formally recognized at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, on April 17, 1893. We received our charter for the Zeta Epsilon chapter here at Edinboro State College in 1970. Alpha Xi Delta's colors are double blue flight and darkj and gold and our flower is the pink Kilarney rose. Our badge is the Quill and the jewels used on the Quill may be pearls or diamonds. Alpha Xi Delta is a social sorority and locally we par- ticipate in all social activities including Homecoming festivities, Greek Week and inter-Greek activities. Our sisters are active in the synchronized Swim Team and women's intercollegiate volleyball. We also have sisters affiliated with SGA, CEC, SHOE, BusinessfAc- counting Club, College Union Board and little sister organizations. Our philanthropic endeavors include nationally - sponsorship of Pittman Hall, a home for juvenile girls and locally - sponsorship of a grand father at San Rosario Nursing Home in Cambridge Springs. Alpha Xi Delta is caring and sharing, trying and dar- ing. lt's studying and working hard and secrets to safely guard. lt's the things that make you feel inside, the things that you cannot hide. l76fGreeks if- Ox 'I ...HX X .il J. . -' - W7 510' xl ...Q . .,i, Greeksfl 77 DELTA PHI EPSILD Delta Phi Epsilon, a National Social Sorority, was founded in New York in 1917. The Phi lota Chapter of Edinboro State College was started on November 22, 1971. Believing in our slogan, "friendship, perseverance and Sisterhood", we were formed to promote good fellowship among sorority girls and a true feeling of sisterly love. We care for our sisters because of what they are, not because of what they may achieve. Our sorority philanthropies are the National Cystic Fibrosis- Organization and the Junior Diabetes Foundation. Our sorority colors are royal purple and pure gold. Our flower is the purple iris. 1 781 Greeks it lifzmasdt Top to Bottom: Shelly Wooldridge, Penni Flick, Sharon Kapfer, Julie Morrow, Sharon Mulac, Carol Weber. Sitting: Mary Fisher. Missing: Kathy Black, Sue Martin. L x :A 'I' -' .3248- 4l '0 x . x - I 1 531, A , l,, I , I -X ffv I 'x Why. f-YQ I , :J-I -. 'xi-" 5 Q 1 x X 'Q 1. ar .. I m X. Q Iv ,+-- wk - ,- ,-, rf-. 2 ' s' QA ' " l gg. in ' +4 , f r :ht he ,ia , J. DEI!-E331 " V. if K 'Ll V' jx. I 1 Wi: "-, up .-.. g A L nv ,H 'A . Q. il J- -L" ' 5- ,I " -I Qev.f5g.m ,QV . I I, 'UN I V 'T c '- , , 1 if ,A. I ,ax ., -, f .,,.. ,ff 4 qi., a "5 1 , A lf ix JJ- fl "Q ,J Q gf' ,V . M .,v. . l -C511 I, ' 'Q ,ma-sl x .MJJX 'E W AE, w if -, 2 Q. 5 -f mi ,, 5. BF ': i",F- SQ,-gs M .ii S, 5 Greeks! 1 79 DELTA ZETA Kneeling: Shawna Hotchkiss, Sue Guckes, Judy Cheatle, Denise Bonfardine. Row 1: Rita la Duke, Carol McKee, Timmi Dzan, Debbie Rubin, Cindy Miltleard, Heidi Hermann, Terri Watson, Kathy Price. Row 2: Jane Jones, Colleen Freeland, Debbie Miller, Karen Renwick, Calro Semanchek, Cheryl Homich, Betsy Fasick, Penny Chastel. Row 3: Clare Frankiewitz, Michelle Parrilla, Cindi Zigler, Pam Schumaker, Kathy Nelson, Sharon Klinefelter, Sandy Sommerfield, Denise Quadri, Wckie Wohlgemuth. Row 4: Ann Mahokey, Holly Craydos, Jayne Watson, Cindy Patrick, Pat Kozmin, Kathy Mead, Debbie Wilson, Kathy Greg, Judi Tucci. Delta Zeta is the largest national sorority in the United States and we are also the largest here at Edinboro. We are currently celebrating our 50th year as a continuing group on the Edinboro campus. The sisters participatein many campus activities and hold positions of leadership ranging from Tam O'Shan- ter captain to President of the Criminal Justice Club to Pan Hellenic officers, but we are especially proud of our high scholarship. ln addition to being awarded the overall Greek Week trophy, we won the scholarship award for having the highest cumulative point average of all the Edinboro sororities. l8OfGreeks 46 mf '1 , ,I , !9H ,,. Q1 6 X U 5. 1? '17 5 E, E - F ...tu . x 5 vi W 1 . nfT:,, Jim ' ' X 1""' N f ' 1 Q 7:-fr-fb' A ' 1 , , 4- A ' 553' "'?fT"7f 'I K ' - ,,,,..aHli fx Y f' 'Y--. , " Qi. ' xi LX f M g .R , H 12: 'A ' X ,f 'wi : ,7' Q "3 1 17:1 4+ -'. L , . A.. U- 1 , ,F Q v, -,3,., 1 , V - f- -- X, 'fi . I -M .. wg. ini ,, 1-Ugxi, ' , . - . , ' '5,' ',,,,. ,ls I 559.51 "Kg R:f.: -54' if'fii?m A 1 ' -57 f ,,-T" p3. WI -.11 L'-1-gg'?':Q1.f ,g. pg, A ,. ,.,.,, xr '.w-'nf If . ' ' a ll ' N !' - I - , f1??Q'1L3-135' -ly, -1- xf.7U. Q. Greeks! I 81 G Gamma Sigma Sigma is nationally known for its service to the community, campus, and surrounding areas. We participate in projects, such as March of Dimes, Blood Drive, decorating and sponsoring the Halloween party for the children of Edinboro and help usher for the college plays. l 82X Greeks SIGMA SIGMA l Row l: Lynn Hall, Sue Highfield, Angie Elenitsas, Debbie McBride, Sara Davis. Row 2: Sue Borek, Paula Baxter, Shelley McDuFf, Eileen Sargent, Ramona Mikolay, Jeanine Strine. Row 3: Nola Phillips, Kathy Katic, Jane Hunkele, Janice Stahlman, Diane Beall. Row 4: Cathy Harpst, Bev Day, Crystal Reagle. Row 5: Joann Moore, Karen Davis. 4-. u fn .J Aus -:A ' '-15iK "xen- YJ-. ff 'UE JK'-2. Q ff" K S-E ' ,, '---..-Q V , .ff V11 ZETA TALI ALPHA Zeta Tau Alpha, one of the largest national sororities, was founded in 1898 at Longwood College in Farmville, Wrginia. Zeta's colors are steel gray and turquoise blue with our flower being the white violet. The Edin- boro Chapter, Zeta Llpsilon, was char- tered on March 14, 1970. Our national philanthropy is NARC - the National Association for Retarded Citizens, and locally we have an adopted grandfather at San Rosario Nursing Home in Cam- bridge Springs. Sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha are in- volved in many other activities, such as, majorettes, Tam-O-Shanters, various lit- tle sister organizations, C.Ll.B., Marching Band, and women's sports and intramurals. We enjoy taking part in Homecoming, Greek Week activities, and social activities with other organiza- tions. Who's Who among college stu- dents and sorority scholarships are among the awards our sisters have achieved. Sisterhood "spontaneous mo- ments when the unlimited individuality of people becomes a treasured and stimulating awarenessg "happening" moments of accidental togethemess when l see you in a new lightg honest moments when you and I are free to be silent or talkative or gladg shared mo- ments when l impulsively reveal a new facet of me and l am shown, in return, one of you." 184fGreeks Row l: Sherry Johns, Karen Kursion, Sue Lodge, Debbie Myer, Debbie Wash, Sally Schott. Row 2: Melanie Brooks, Mechele Stellato, Susan Lorenz, Karen King, Janine Knipling, Cindy Romano, Linda Guthrie, Laurie Hosack. Row 3: Cindy Hartburg, Helen Scherrah, Denise Thompson, Barb Predmore, Kim Kohan, Barb Logue. 'X x 4 1 3 2.1 gs 1-N. 'i . .5 "x1L- -' l L! Z 'tix 1-'R F.,-,. ei Greeks! 1 85 ALPHA CHI RHO -7 X . CTN 'G' ff! ., -if-BP '3 Row 1: Earl Letzelter, Leo Estes, Joe Gaworecki, Wck Abersold, Doug Anderson, Dale Adams. Row 2: Jim Rex, Chuck Mitchell, Bob Natalo. Row 3: Rex McCray, Bob "Bear" Lilly, Jim "Bas" Basilone, Steve Nelson, Joe Byrne, Rick "Stoney" Burns, T.J. Hine. Not pictured: "Tomboy" Mira. The brothers of the Alpha Chi Phi Chapter of Alpha Chi Rho had an active 1977-78. ln addi- tion to a trip to the Phi Omicron Chapter in Wisconsin, the brothers participated in several service projectsg including one major one. Also, a map of the campus was presented by the brotherhood to the school, which was then placed in front of the new Administration Building. Brother Rick Burns was nominated for Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities for outstanding work throughout his college career. The brothers of Alpha Chi Rho combined forces with the brothers of Alpha Phi Omega to run the lovely Homecoming Queen candidate, Beth Hicks, a member of Alpha Gamma Delta. Another of the highlights of the semester was the purchase of jackets for all the brothers. Each brother is looking forward to continuing his close relationship with the Edinboro State College faculty, administration, and tmost im- Little Sisters Of NPha Chl Rho Kneeling: Vicki Mowad, Stephanie Johnson, Chris Boetger, Cheryl Smith, Terry Black, Diane Horst, Kathy Hahn. Standing: Paula Bomberger lsweetheartj, Liz Lesica, Robindee Richards, Lynda Rock, Barb Acemi, Linda Hoehn, Sue Dickens. portanti the student body. i 8616 reeks ALPHA PHI OMEGA Kifg, 0,1 Row 1: Rich Lietner, Rob Rodak, Debbie Chapman tsweetheartj, John Raile, Rick Madden, Mike Quinn. Row 2: Dave Labrozzi, Mike Ryland, Scott Bean, Steve Albaugh, Bob Preksta, Jim Clover. Row 3: Tom Corliss, Tom McAraw, Drew Klaus. Row 4: Ben Pike, Gregg Palmer, Randy Rebman. Row 5: Mike Koske, Bill Gathers. Not Pictured: Gregg Bamhart, John Kneedler. Alpha Phi Omega, the largest service fraternity in the United States, has active chapters on more than 400 campuses throughout the Ll.S., South America, and Europe. Nearly 150,000 men have participated in its first 52 years. The purpose of the fraternity is to develop leadership, to promote friendship, provide service to humanity, and to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage. The Iota Xi chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was founded here at Edinboro in 1951 as the only service community on campus. Numerous service projects are done yearly which all brothers attend. Because of successful past projects, funds were raised and donated to various charities and organizations including the college and community. Yet, along with all of these activities, Alpha Phi Omega boasts the highest QPA. of any Greek frater- nity on campus thus upholding its motto: Be a friend, be a leader, be of service. 188fGreeks -v- X.- x xx, X x X, , j- . E, f af L Q ,Q .' " 12. .54 . ,W . DEG' M, I I Ns 1 Q-Y ::, fy' :QE- K M -w 1 432 9' 'M ,Ni 'Q 4 'I 1 -L., I ,Q-f is 1 1 an E' 1 , l f x 4' lif- xg!! 5 an na DELTA SIGMA PHI J-if .Z Row l: Jerry Galando, Marty Chovanes, John Varnell, Kim Gissendaner fsweetheartl, Jeff Massetti, Dave Walor, Dave Perhosky. Row 2: Jeff Guerino, Gary Holes, Gene Thrush, Chuck Ratajack, Pete Zinski, Kevin Coit, John Coit, John Guilyard. Row 3: Mark Sanders, Kurt Scalzott, Gary Jergler, Tony Raso, Chuck Loether, Jerry Zamer, Al Kapelewski, Phil Beringer, Mike Long, Andy Tsounos. Not Pictured: Frank Rossman, Mike Franko, Ed Gasperich, Brad Walters. Since the historic year, 1899, when a handful of students in New York City got together to form a "new" kind of organization - a 20th cen- tury fraternity - Delta Sigma Phi has blossomed into one of Greekdom's most progressive, solid, and respected brotherhoods. The Delta Nu chapter at Edinboro was the first social fraternity on campus. Participation in school activities are a main focal point, with brothers being active in the Stu- dent Government Association, athletics, homecoming, student organizations, and also community projects. yes, Delta Sigma Phi is many things things difficult to describe by mere words alone intangible things which make their imprints in the hearts of men, not the printed page. Delta Sigma Phi encourages her sons to make the most of college through a well plan- ned, balanced life and the symmetrical develop- ment of the mind, the soul, and the body. Delta Sigma Phi "Engineered Leadership." I 901 Greeks Little Sisters of Delta Sigma Phi Row 1: Marilyn lsenbart, Barb Birckbichler, Ellen Radulovich, Kim Ot- taviani, Sally McKee, Leslie Massetti. Row 2: Kim Gissendaner, Diane Abt, Sue Tinney, Lynn Partington, Donna O'Keefe, Cindy Santavicca, Amy Butler, Sue Lasher, Lisa Pieger, Paula Sawhook, Lori Large. I -. '--wa fs A1 9 2 .N-A S., 'E A -... w.,, I0 -41 Greeksfl91 Q1 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Agri. Row 1: Ron Pingor, Kim Crompton Csweetheartl, Doug Vlzzinni, Dave Evans. Row 2: Augie Deguffroy, Jeff James, Dennis DeMarco, Rick Getkin, Mike Galluuo, Rick Clark, Tim Crompton, Steve Fineberg, Bill Dunn, John Schillinger, Brian Costello. Row 3: Tom Kelly, Berk Ellis, Kevin Miller, Pat Ryan, Bob Culhane. Row 4: Ed Orlando, John Ogden, Ken Krell, Doug Boyer, Mark fGumbyl Whiteleather, Jim Bennett, Nick Frick, Art Guuetti. Missing: Ron Beverage, Bill Rust, Tony Cortese, Jim Donelly, Dana Griener, Jim Martone, Craig Ickes, Chas Wesley, Duck Robinson, Ray Yeager. The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity was established on the Edinboro campus in March 1966. Four men if- established the fraternity nationally and now it has grown to the second largest fraternity in the country. The Edinboro chapter began with 15 members and now has initiated over 230 members. Honorary mem- bers initiated into Lambda Chi Alpha at Edinboro for their contributions and achievements are Dr. Chester T. Mclalerney and Dr. Jon F. Yon. Lambda Chis have made contributions to local needy families and each year at Christmas time the fraternity and Crescent Girls visit the San Roserio Nur- sing Home. The Lambda Chis are very active in all athletic events and Greek Week activities. Row 1: Qkneellngj Clare Frankiewicz, Penny Chastel, Cheryl Homich, Cheryl Malinowski, Linda LaVerde, Carol Semanchek, Jeannie Hughes. Row 2: Diane Butkewich, Karen Abercrombie, Lynn Squitieri, Stacey Parerlini, Karen Collette, Sue Horthrup, Janine Knipling, Barb Bijasiewicz, Kim Kohan. Row 3: funder archj Sandy Beck, Holly Gaydos, High Moon - Tim Crompton, Steph Sabin. Row 4: lon arch, Jayne Watson, Kim Crompton, Cindy Dorazio, Barb Predmore, Marien Guzetti. 1 921 Greeks JNL- "A, 1- ,.- ..- x-V-. 1 ,Q A r-'H QL Ao I ' Q .-xl Q . hi' X... L1-2 - Greeks! 1 93 PHI SIGlVlA KAPPA Row 1: Lyle Haney, John Fleming, Rick Arendas, Kevin Rayburg, John Hosack, Chris Kocan, John Lauro, John Barlow, Wes Bain, Keith McGill, Steve Marcinko. Row 2: Pam Shumaker Csweetheartl, George Svolos. Row 3: Harry Franks, Ed Lawniczak, Carl Behling, Ron Hall, Don Burns, Bill Briscoe, Joe Byers, Paul Peters, Jeff Hetzel, Pat Hays, Pat O'Neill, Jeff Enos, Bryan Sanders. Phi Sigma Kappa is a social fraternity based on oneness and brotherhood. We, the brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa, openly boast of our togetherness, This is shown through our athletic achievements in interfraternity sports. The year is a well rounded one in our brotherhood. lt is broken up through various social events, which we partake in as a group. ln service to the community, we have sponsored such functions as a Blood Drive, and our annual St. Patrick's Day Dance. ln closing, it is apparent that Phi Sigma Kappa offers something for all facets of student life, here at Edinboro. We are proud of our reputation for our togetherness, and through our togetherness, our promotion of true frater- nity. Little Sisters of Phi Sigma Kappa Row 1: Barb Laughner, Kathi McNulty, Barb Lindberg, Pam Shumaker, Ann Verona, Bobbi Docktor. Row 2: Patty Simpson, Carol Molnar, Sue Falco, Lynda Hudenski, Karen Bruno, Dona Belcastro. l94fGreeks f"",,, f if ,.-f-g"""" ff' "HN AA, ,F I Vw Greeks! I 95 SIGMA ALPHA Row l: John Slack, George Wills, Fred Naines, Ray -Weise, Terry Carlson, John DeMaria, Bob Krut. Row 2: Bill Phillips, Joe Mclblierney, Jeff Abraham, Fred Milburn, Greg Spzak, Rick Lantz, Bob Bishop, Don Evans. Not pictured: Clarence Elsenrath, Mark Hurban, Kevin Pascucci. Sigma Alpha Nu was founded on Edinboro States campus in the fall of 1968 as a social fratemity. Our forty- two founding fathers set their objectives as those of brotherhood, honor, scholarship, citizenship, and integrity within the fraternity, college, and community. The brothers of Sigma Alpha Nu take much pride in be- ing a very active organization at Edinboro State College. Besides social events, the fraternity also takes an active role in athletic competition through i tramural sports. 1 961 Greeks 1 Little Sisters of Sigma Alpha Nu Row 1: Debbie Cornelious, Darlene Erb, Judy Hau. Row 2: Suzie Barton, Connie Coppula, Karen Cmovic, Carol Guenther. Not pictured: Cindy Izzo, Peggy Dukavich, Jody Williams, Maggie George, Janet Santini, Melanie Brooks. rf? ix Q' .l' ik , ,QU i. Greeksf 1 97 'X-,gl 18 l 98X G reeks SIGMA CHI DELTA Row 1: Chris Whalen, Bob Barr, Bruce Burgess, Reilly Burt, Barry Majeske, Steven Zulia, Heman Acevedo, Eric Berrios. Row 2: Jack Speer, Johnny Goober, Gary Koch, Jerry Davis, Greg Hallam, Chuck Papson, Scott Bierer, Mike Luther. Not pictured: Kenny Wolf, Tommy Bobola, Bill Price, Dan Dodds. Sigma Chi Delta is a local fraternity which has been in ex- istence since May 1967. The organization was founded upon the principle of brotherhood and is primarily a social fraternity. The Sig Chi's recently celebrated their tenth anniversary and are dedicated to universal strength in the future. The brothers have also par- ticipated in various service related activities throughout the years. Once a year, Sigma Chi Delta pre- sents their Educator of the Year Award, given to the professor who in their opinion, has rendered the most service to Edinboro stu- dents. Also awarded yearly is the Brother of the Year Award, given to the brother who has done the most for the fraternity and the community. ln addition the brothers put out a desk blotter which is given to all students, and also provides a means of advertis- ing for local merchants. .. 72 9.4: an-' QAQ . 'X Q. ,,, Little Sisters of Sigma Chi Delta Row 1: Gloria Polaski, Mary Alice Hale. Row 2: Kathi Montgomery, Cindi Zimmennan, Bev Browning, Heidi Bradish, Patti Brown. Row 3: Melanie Russell, Bonnie Budd, Janie Kutsch, Jeanette Ranalli, Wendy Cox, Annette MORRISON. Row 4: Karen Lambert, Val Tranter, Brab Stachelek, Michele Eonta, Cindy Huet, Sue Rudolph. Not Pictured: M. Tepper, S. Steimer, S. Youra, M. Zezyus, C. Kyreages, S. Phipps, D. Knight, M. McDonald, K. Martin, G. Brosnahan, B. Audino, J. Buchovich. . -qt' I. l 9- f ia? X 3 1 , 'F' 'li Greeks! I 99 SIGMA T Ll G Row 1: Dave Kramer, Jim Loniero, Tony Arcuri, Gary Johns, John Trainor, Jeff Spath, Mike Hanes, Ron Kunkle. Row 2: Paul Lane, Denny Brown, Jeff Blake, Chris Lane, Gil MacMichael, Jim Gauagon, Ralph Wagely, Joe Galuska, Bob Baskin. Row 3: Scott Feldman, Mark Moosa, Gary Rogers, Keith Klinger, Sweetheart - Judy Tucci, Mike Constantine, Tom Kelly, Sweetheart - Barb Pinkerton, Jim Sekel, Jeff Hartwell, Steve Card, Tom Craig, Mark Millie, John Paul, Brian Conklin. Top: Pat O'Leary. Missing: Jeff Bisi, Greg Inge, Frank Wright, Jeff Lemley, John Kralik, Joe Kramer, Jeff Blood, Doug Smith, Scott Owens, Jeff Killo, John Mehalow. The brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma CBets Omegai is a social fraternity, but more than that it is a brotherhood built upon long lasting friendship and Community ser- vice. Our brothers pride themselves on an outstanding record of achievements ranging from a number of an- nual and semi-annual charity drives to collegiate com- petitions such as Homecoming, Greek Week, and athletics with unequaled success. The organization ac- credits its success to the diversity of its members and believers that their brotherhood can be best summed up simply by saying: Sigma Tau Gamma has something to give Row 1: Marilyn Galakovac, Wckie Hamilton, Jan Snyder, Colleen Freeland, Pam Stedman. Row 2: Celeste Parendo, Nanahe Bowler, Jane Jones, Kathy Gregg, Cathy Mead, Sue Lodge, Dorthy McGlaughIin. Row 3: Leslie Massetti, Maria Thomas, Barb Burrows, Barb Veui, Kellie O'Neil, Cindy Selker, Judi Tucci, Connie Yeats, Karen Snyder, Dawn Eaton, Judy McElroy. Missing: Beth Hicks, Barb Pinkerton, Barb White, Marilyn Lioydd, Carol Bednar, Cathy Nelson, Betsy Fasick, Laura Griffin, Tammy Wolfe. 200 I G reeks nv., .lf Www? if...- ' iii' f pref , Q ,ffxff Q Ja., .' Greeksf201 ALI KAPP EPSILCD Row 1: Vince lanessa, Ron "telephone" Booth, Mike Garlic, Bob Mellinger, Rick "Ziffle" Peterson. Row 2: Marc Verez, Frank Altiere, Brian Ke- nyon, Rich Gigliotti, Rick Stanzione, Ed Gookers, Sweetheart - Linda Satire, Jim "space" Watts. Row 3: Chow Dawson, Joe Relihan, Kirk Golden, Emeritous Fallon, Ron Trentefellow, Tom Hustonian, Mutzi Ovosh, Jack Brickner, John Peters, Joe Oblak, Steve McGoo. Row 4: Bill King, Mike Satira, Cochise Capretto, Ken "chit" House, Doug Wynn, Rick Kenyon, Tout Mulholland, Greg Mellon, Jeff Fallon. Missing: Greg Roberts, Bruce Zwicker, Andre Waccenheimer, Konrad Kulis, George Sharkey, Leo Adams, Mike Verez, Ralph Capuzzi, Rick Walker, Keith Stitt, Mark Golden, Greg Colter, Mike Denne, Tony Scampone, Dave Gratta, Eddie O'Donnell, Jerry Ricci, Bill Lum. After World War ll when the veterans first came to college they became a local social fraternity, known as Kappa Delta Phi. ln the spring of 1966 the brothers decided to go national. ln the fall of 1966 the letters TKE were worn on campus. TKE is now getting more involved in public relations on and around campus. TKE had been involved in work- ing with the Newman Center, the Millcreek Home for Boys, and in areas of the old folks home. Row 1: Debbie Roadway, Kim Geopfert, Linda Satira, Michelle Parilla, Stacey Buriak. Row 2: Loren Bright, Karen Stillman, Mary Beth Gregory, Lexi Spanos, Veannie Torchio, Sue Balient. Row 3: Marueen Sullivan, Karen Larson, Sandy Kuntz, Maureen Muenchen, Sally Schott, Linda An- dril. Row 4: Mitch Yatchum, Sharon Lovey, Becky Brown, Carol Forsythe, Cindy Santavicca, Marilyn Hues, Bev Quinn. 202f Greeks . , 3, I Jw. -' ' f X 1m3W.5.:.fE, i .nr ""' :wh- .,...... -am.. ,,..,.-A 33' 411 4.1. . . ,-2" -x ,. vs. .pi rua '72 --zu-in my - -...F--v '- ,--v- 'ual . ' -of - -Q.. .f,--,yrs - 3, N 2 ,Ju ..-. -1. .-up 4 . Q ,- ..:g4Y'f-vt. ' ..- , -lip -1 Hv,m Q pr- 13 I' 3 ff ..'15Zg- iz--t' , +L... A, 9 X J Q FSM Q fp. -9-v Q.- it ff? if III "'f5i'M."' .f , x H. 1 J M was Greeksf203 ,fa 204! G reeks TH ETA CHI Row 1: Steve Rosatone, Tom Babeo, Mike Sherbon, Jeff McMurdy, Bob Llhleman. Row 2: Jeff Wood, Gary Slater, Mark Lipinski, Terry Pytlarz Joe Spano, Tom Blevins. Row 3: Dave Strieder, Tim Gehley, Tom Kaiser, Rick Mayberry. Theta Chi is a national fraternity that was founded at Nowvich Llniversity, Non1vich,Vem'1ont, in 1856. Edinboro's Eta Zeta Chapter was established in Sep- tember of 1971. Since its beginning, the brothers at Edinboro have continued to take an active part in all campus activities, academic as well as social. Each fall the brothers hold a dance marathon to raise money for charity. This year the money collected was donated to the Gertrude Barber Center in Erie. They also participate in all intemwural sports, varsity sports, Student Government Association, inter- Fratemity Council, plus various clubs and honorary organizations. Thus proving our motto. . .Alma Mater Hrstg Theta Chi for Alma Mater. Row 1: Shelly Woolridge, Sharon Kapfer, Debbie Ratajak, Sue Mar- tin, Pam Odgen. Row 2: Kim Su Snyder, Gale Thomas, Kathy Goehres, Brenda Rudler, Deb Gidiclc V D . 0' V wx 'Ii WL.. Greek Spirit of Yesterdays . 3-J if - li Some may think that the Greek facet of college life has always existed. However, the birth of international organizations known as fraternities did not come about here at Edinboro until the i93O's. Mr. Carl Wozniak, of the E.S.C.'s History Department was a member of Beta Xi Clater TKEJ, the first fraternity formed here at Edin- boro. Also, the newly founded Frats introduced radio to Edinboro by owning one of the first ones in the town. Today the involvement in new ideas and ac- tivities still exists in the greek organizations here at Edinboro. Each fraternity and sorority submit- ted a short history of their group and exactly what their activities include. Greeks have had their highs and lows in pop- ularity over the years and yet they still continue to work for various charities, make homecom- ing floats and try to promote the ideals of brotherhood and fellowship. 20616 reeks Fil 'ffl' .., is I Relaxing in the Old Student Union. pau Sigma Tau Gamma's Homecoming float H S ,gn , ,. 7' -e "' X .Q-39 x N mr ML Hu 1" rv- QIQ, 3. ,fs rw QQ :R -.ni Homecoming queen and court, 1968 Greek paddles, 1964 .X I-Ni: ' I 1 The Hanging of the GREENS Greeks! 207 Seniors LW, -iii 9 209 Paul Abbott Criminal Justice Barry W. Albaugh Biology Francis X. Altiere Criminal Justice Gale Antoinette 21 Of Seniors Health! Physical Ed. Vic Abersold Criminal Justice iz,- i . X . i Joel Wesley Adams Lucy Aiello , Psychology Elem. Edj Early Childhood Mary JO Allen Amy Ann Allison Kimberly Allison Political Science Economicsj Bu siness Geology i - .Ji5"' . 1" 5 .A 1 dl. ' i . ivifuilzq A I Ellen R. 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Early Childhood Ed Club, Little Sister of Delta Sigma Phi WARD, JEFF - Pittsburgh, Pa. MENC, Opera Workshop, Choral Union, CEC WARICK, JOHN - Fairview, Pa. WASIK, CYNTHIA ANN - Pittsburgh, Pa. WATKINS, CECIL L. - Erie, Pa. Sym. Wind Ens., Pro Rege, MENC WATSON, JAYNE C. - N. Versailles, Pa. Delta Zeta, Crescents, Panhellenic Council, Speech-Hearing Club, Lambda Chi Alpha Sweetheart, Intramurals WAY, DOUG - Erie, Pa. Spanish Club, French Club, German Club WEBB, MARK - Erie, Pa. Rugby, Cheerleader WEBSTER, DENISE L. - Erie, Pa. RA, Health and Physical Education Club WEINER, ROBIN B. - Pittsburgh, Pa. WELESKI, MARY DIANE - Tarentum, Pa SNOE WESLER, LINDA M. - Feasterville, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta WETTER, KEVIN G. - Natrona Hts., Pa. WHAIJEN, CHRISTOPHER A. - Verona, Pa. Sigma Chi Delta WHALEN, LEO PAUL - Linesville, Pa. NAEA WHITBREAD, CATHLEEN L. - Erie, Pa. Concert Chorale, Orchestra, Treble Clefs, Madrigals, RA, Opera Workshop WHITE, BARBARA - Big Run, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma Tau Gamma Little Sister, Cheerleader WHITE, MARK EDWARD - Jeannette, Pa. WHITESEL, MARSHA - Erie, Pa. Student Art League WIATROWSKI, SHARON HELEN - Titusvill French Club Secretary WILEY, ELAINE C. - Erie, Pa. Collegiate Rainbow, SNOE WILLIAMS, AIVIY LOUISE - Greenville, Pa. Speech and Hearing Club, Concert Chorale, Madrigals, Choral Union, ESC Marching Band WILLIAMS, JODY L. - West Sunbury, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Beta Alpha, Sigma Alpha Nu Little Sister, Children's Theater, CUB, RA WILLIAMS, MARA LYNN - Houston, Pa. Student PSEA WILLIAMS, WILLIAM C. - Allentown, Pa. Geology Club, Geography Club, Scuba, Club WILLIAMSON, AIVIY MARIE - Erie, Pa. WILLIY, LILLIAN DIANA - Aliquippa, Pa. WILSON, CAROL M. - Fairview, Pa. SNOE WILSON, DEBORAH ANN - Verona, Pa. Delta Zeta, Little Sisters of the Shield, Kappa Delta Pi, DEC WILSON, HARRY E. - Camp Hill, Pa. Intramurals WISHNOK, MARY JO - Erie, Pa. WITTUCK, RONALD P. - Rochester, Pa. SGA, Chess Club, Executive Chairman of CUB WOLFE. REBECCA - York, Pa. Ski Club, Social Work Club, Concert Chorus, Athletic Trainer, Zeta Tau Alpha YAZWA, MARK - McKeesport, Pa. Rugby Club, Psychology Club. Hotline Volunteer er YOCHUM, CHRISTOPHER - McMurray, Pa. Symphonic Wind Ensemble,,Marching Band, MENC, Jazz Ensemble YOUSCHAK, DIANE LOUISE - Carnegie, Pa RA, Dorm Council Pres., Hotline, Women's Center, Social Work Club ZALESKI., DEBORAH ANN - Erie, Pa. ZELTEN, JEANNE E. - Middleburg Hts., O. Earth Science Club, Scuba Club ZEMCIK, SUSAN - Erie, Pa. CUB, SEFA ZIELINSKI. MARLENE G. - North Huntingdon, Pa. NSSHA, Speech and Hearing Club, Children's Theater, Collegiate Players ZULIA, STEVEN W. - Lockport, N.Y. Sigma Chi Delta ZULLA, PHYLLIS - Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Delta Pi 267 Senior Memories U 4 All 1 9.4 " Y i ' J' X' I " AY llI'1 Q n 1 ' 'i 5 "1 5' 131 wliiige- 9" ,i if 5 - 9 ' I 9 9-1 9 W i++r.'4g, . , A - lp ' -' I v I D - r gg , A V- , . 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' . . 19.1 Q - Jf'5"Zf f-'35 9 Je- -z"i'f5f"4f'f'f 4 ' 327521 wi'-iii ffffl' f , 1 ' Y 'Q Niqii Jw-,:Ag.,, .lf-QW76' ' ' ' ' ,. ear - - .9 - A A . e i,-le, Commencement on the Stadium Field, 1969 9 f A ' R f X X f B . 1 YN a ,S Senior Sleigh Ride, 1890 Finally graduating after four years of hard work, studying, and a lot of time and money, brings a happy feeling and many memories. The memories of graduating seniors of the past would have included the senior sleigh ride. This was one of the highlights of the year. All of the seniors rented horse drawn sleighs, and drove them down the snowy roads to Cambridge Spring's River- side lnn for dinner. The Arches on Meadville Street, in front of Doucette, could also bring memories, since they are gifts of past senior classes. At one time the arches contained rod iron letters spell- ing out the name of the school. Whatever the memories of the graduating class of 1978, may they be happy ones with hopes for a prosperous future ahead. 1,31 17 Trolley going past the gate, 1920 269 lt would be easy to dismiss this small institution tucked away in the northwestern-most corner of a large state. However, drops of water eventually make an ocean, so, as this institution sends its graduates into far-flung fields, it makes a strong impact upon the people of the community, state and nation. 270fClosing u ff u 1 . . A -.':.19. w. MQ? -f'Ei?':i4?55! ' L- 1-if f L 1L,.,eg:.-f:- ,...- 11'-z ., .,,-A , :,, .? , - -?'?.l " ' ? ,JE Qi? 'f11 4wfE4fi"f' ' .r 51 - , ,J ' tvggyixficc ' 1 , ig 1 af.2,'iff2-'aV2S'i'i . 'ilmuz 1 M f i s-fs,-4 'f"',- K fate ' 5'-'gif F353--.Z fglflf 1 - Q2i5!f'3i' +2-ff +5534 V We Pszfv , gm Closingf271 272f Closing 5 '-:IL I The problems faced at Edinboro probably have been no greater, and no smaller than those at other colleges. The administrators, faculty and students have been no worse than one might have found in other institutions and, to be honest, probably no better. gifs 'K ,Q-x - . "'E:.1., 4-'k'mb.-'- gg. .1 1, 5 , 1-'Q,..,, - K. ,, - . l 'Mum 10 " Closing! 275 V ' -'NYM -1 ff-'ff fin. -"T .af A 4 W,!"'f52V-,gff v V. 'Z -' W .M ' wf"H:'f?'.LEf,i' If 1' w' T'5'WaU fm- M' 4, Q. m,mf: mg ,,-.1 27 61 Closing f ,ff H.,-, . - 'f"f!'1uQ'v :lu 'i 11,4 :NIJ I, H if 'W ., .y, I 1 X fn 1' A X-.--.'. 1.15.25 ,V A ,fbi A V- x,,. . . ,,'. " .,f4'-fx' dpi 'Ei:.ifif.-'Biff 'Q 1' fl. 1 'H"" ,f V , if , , -.. fit' - XL 2- all . . W if .Eg ffl tu:-in K if . .Y .Av IL.,- fil- ...nib xv - VER En- ix W ,J Plulllml suwvl -vw-su-r Que fcmcrf ,N Clgjig .WN xx Y lf?-'IP ' D -" '.,... N -kv" fd ' ifwei X., T. I-'-251".L5fJ'.Q,i:,-.lfx '.a. -Qi , 2781 Closing gl .-'1-'L -" g I A 'I . ,. ll 3 A college is composed of people and, therefore, is a living and breathing institution and every living thing is unique within itself. V!- . . wr J. .,f.W.F- , n J.. s, , t V..-. fl L . if J 'Ll , I 4 1 41 Q 'ig u J ,afar k Closingf279 I rf ,- X .mx ,.. ' - .'r1',v . ",c:' ,. .3 1 1 W. ft 1 . ' in , - . -1 , W. , '-i I- Hy A . 115' ,fl - q w" 1' f' ' X - - - x 3.5 1 .H . . ERN W. am: :sms E' . 2821 Closing More than that, the development of the school from an academy to a State College provides additional insight into today's system of higher education, and we are what we are because of the past. Closing! 283 2B4fClosing Fl is MALI M ,,.!.. Q -+1 "'Kk5'L91 142. Ii, g1 ff Q5 1 as 5-E J 3 , II IH n ll i O - -I , ! . 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Also, special thanks to Patti and Elaine for managing to get through our last minute typing assignments: and to our photographers, who, although we hate to admit it, we couldn't have done it without them. And last but definitely not least a heartfelt thank you to our roommates, who tolerated our moods and kept us from going totally insane. Ali things must change and rightfully so, however, this new responsibility that seems to have found us, has made us more aware that these changes have to be captured if only for posterities sake. We hope that the contents of this yearbook will in future years allow you to look back on your days as a student at Edinboro, and allow you to see the changes in your lifetime and remember what college was like. CREDITS Typing- Elaine Dzurko Patti Loomis Entire Staff Photography- Tom Blevins Davor Studios Gene Garner Paul "Nite Train' " Lane Public Relations and Sports information Opening and Closing-Laura Visco and Roseann Wslay Interests- Lana Thomas Greeks-Alicia Clements and Debra Schwark Performances- Roseann Vislay Academics-Kelly O'Neill Student Life-Laura Visco Sports-Paul Newman Seniors -Staff Artwork-Jocelyn Stoppe SPECIAL THANKS Our sincere thanks goes to Dr. Russell Vance, of the History Department, who gave us all the informa- tion for the copy in this volume of the Tartan. Dr. Vance has recently written a book entitled A Por- trait of Edinboro in which he delves deeply into the history of Edinboro as a community and a state in- stitution. Some of the copy in the opening and closing sections was taken directly from the preface of Dr. Vance's book, and for all of his time and help we are truly grateful. We would also like to thank Mr. Russell Wood for contributing all of the old photographs used in this yearbook. Mr. Wood is the father of Mr. Ernest Wood of the Sociology Department and is an alumni of Edinboro. Closingf287 it it X it J., ,,.., it ,.,.,,.Y,,9,i-,l, ' ' '- lv' - 17" In 4 , V , . vs., 'Q ,rl ni ' vii!" 1' ,hui gi 1 gut 533 ww,--, li! w I - L 1 -351 nic' , , ,, gg, ,,:., 1- '- nz Q-8rf':C""1'-' ' T- ALMA MATER 119131 Hail to thee our Alma Mater glorious Fresh wreaths we bringto bend thou brow Trials past thou hast withstood victoriousg Never fairer, never statlier than now. O Edinboro, O Edinboro, We revere thee, love thee, serve thee ever! Whnileuclass speeds Class ll As swift years pass To thee our hearts are true. -rr' .L M' L . .pu.,..gqu.vvx-fm ---W--...u. Q--'mf ,FW . 4. .. ,,,-,., , ,,... ., , . , . ,,,.,,:4-I:.v5V,. , ,-..-, A , , i .NYJ ,I-W, ,',,A,Y W,,.V,-,, 'ff 4 V- VALWQL A wth? . Q ,, Wi- L -, y 1 . . 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