Muhlenberg College - Ciarla Yearbook (Allentown, PA)

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Camp Muhlenberg activities included the usual advising group mixers - a variety of games designed to help the fresh- man class get to know one another, the ever popular Playfair held at night in Memorial Hall; the successful Square Dance for which many people dressed for the occasion, a return of the Scavenger Hunt, a picnic in Cedar Crest Park, and sign-ups for clubs. This year a new tradition was started at Muhlenberg. The freshmen gathered together on Tuesday morning to plant a tree on campus - a permanent symbol of the class of ' 85. Another addition to the orientation program was a Values Fair which added a more serious tone to these first few days. It provided an opportunity to reflect upon one ' s expectations of college in general and, more specifically, of Muhlenberg. The participation of ' Berg faculty and administration was enlisted for various roles in skits which accompanied this activity. The concentrated orientation schedule was concluded with the advising group parties, but this was after the annual fresh- man-faculty softball game. The faculty fell to the victorious freshmen for the first time in many years. erg extra Members of the freshman class gfet better acquainted with each other during club sign-ups in the C.A. 5 Sophisticated Seniors Reflect Back 6 SENIOR FORMALS 7 STEVEN J. ADAMO STEVEN A. AGORATUS MICHAEL R. AARON JONATHAN A. ADLER DONNA L. ALTSEIMER DAVID M. AMBROSE ANNE L. ANGIOLILLO KENNETH APPENZOLLER 8 JAN ARNOLD PETER N. BACHERT DIANNA J. BAILEY LOUISA B. BAIR 9 SYLVIA BUNYARAKSH PATRICIA BURNS JOHN P. BUZA MARK L. CAPOBIANCO 10 DANIEL D. CAPUTO GEORGE J. CHRIST WILLIAM S. CARTER MARK J. CASEY SUSAN M. CLAYTON ANDREA J. CLEARFIELD JOSEPH F. CATALANO BRAD J. COHEN 11 STEPHEN R. DAHNERT LAURAN S. D’ALESSIO JOHN P. D’ANGELO JAMES DEARDEN PAMELA DIACONIS BRUCE M. DISTELL ELLEN R. DELISIO CATHERINE M. DILLE HOWARD R. DOBIN ROBERT W. DOIDGE JENNIFER A. DOWNEY BYARD T. EBLING JEFFREY L. EDWARDS DAWN M. EGAZARIAN STEPHEN W. EHLERS ELAINE K. ESHELMAN SUSAN L. EVANS PHILIP L. EHRIG ALEXIA T. EVANOVICH 1 AMY L. EXNER ANN L. FARBER STEVEN S. FARBMAN USA M. FARBSTEIN VICTORIA L. FECCI SHAWN M. FERGUSON KENNETH J. FIORI 1 WILLIAM J. FINLEY ky . ; i SUSAN L. FEELY RONALD A. FREYDBERG ROBERT J. FRANCE 14 ANDREA B. FUTERMAN KIRSTEN FURMARK ANNE L. GALBREATH ROBERT GALLAGHER SPENCER W. GALT LISA A. GANZHORN L. SUZANNE GEIGER BARBARA A. GALLO MARION GLICK ANDY GOLDEN KAREN GOLDT VICTORIA M. GONZALEZ 14 PETER F. HAUGH STEPHEN C. HEEGER SALLY L. HEGEDUS DIANE M. HEPP LORI S. HENNING NEIL F. HEVER DONNA L. HILBERT MICHAEL R. HILLER WILLIAM A. HIRSHFELD DEBRA A. HIGHAM DAVID W. HISSEY LOIS L. HODGKINSON WILLIAM S. HOFF ROSANNE M. HOMA 17 STEVEN HOROWITZ NANCY V. HUBBARD JAMES P. HUEBNER LAUREN A. IACOVONE 18 CYNTHIA L. KILBOURN L GARY S. KAUFFMAN DEBORAH A. KERSON DEBORAH A. KAUFMAN MARY C. KELLY EVAN B. KELNER 19 DANIEL E. KLEINER BRENDA G. KOCHKA ALEXANDER KOORBANOFF LINDA E. KOZITZKY WILLIAM KOLANO STEPHEN KOWALSKI LYNN A. KRUEGER FRANK M. KORICH JANICE KOTUBY BRIAN L. KRAMP JOYCE E. KREIDER 20 SARAH J. KRUMANOCKER TIMOTHY J. KUTZ STEVEN J. LALLY TESSA A. LANG SUZANNE KUZMA FRANK L. KUZMIN PATRICIA LAWS DEBRA L. LEHMAN STEVEN P. LEVIN JAMES S. LIBERTY STEVEN P. LOH 22 JAMES L. MCCORMICK MICHAEL G. MAZZEO KATHLEEN M. MAYER YONE C. MCNALLY THOMAS M. MEXTORF SAMSON MEBRAHTU SUSAN D. MICHAEL NANCY R. MILLER CHRISTOPHER S. MODLIN SALVATORE D. MOFFA, JR BARBARA E. MOLZAHN LINDA JAYE MOLEE TODD A. MORROW DOUGLAS MOTZENBECKER THEODORE J. MULLMANN RBf CAROL E. MYER ROBERT G. NEDWICH 24 K. OMIDVARI-MOZAFAR MICHAEL ONUSHCO, JR. WILLIAM J. O ' SHAUGHNESSY, JR. PAUL PADYK NANCY J. ORAM RACHEL S. ORAM GUS G. PAGONIS 25 JAMES S. PEZZI KAREN E. QUINN JAY A. REDAN 26 CARLA J. REPSHER DIANA L. RIGGIN RONALD ROMANO KENNETH D. RUBIN DIANE SALDUKAS LINDA L. SAMUELS 27 BARBARA S. SCHAETZLE KAREN SCHALL JANE B. SCHAPIRO CAROL S. SCHMERSAHL CURTIS B. SCHWARTZ ROBERT K. SCHWARTZ ROBYN E. SCHWARTZ MARC M. SEELAGY RICHARD J. SELTZER JOSEPH SFERRAZZA WILLIAM SHARLOW HOLLY E. SHAW GEORGE M. SHAWAH, JR. RICHARD D. SHEETZ SHERYL SHAHAR STEVEN J. SHANNON 29 RICHARD S. SIEGEL SUSAN E. SMITH BRYAN M. SIEGELMAN STEPHEN L. SILVERBERG WILLIAM J. SMOLINSKI EDWARD K. SIMONSON ROBERT SOLOMON MARCUS A. SPATIDOL 30 MARK S. SPRINGER DAVID E. STONE DAVID C. STEKLER TERESA M. STOUGH BRIAN G. SPONSLER KIM A. STOLTING BLAINE Y. TAKESUE RICHARD K. STERLING BRAD M. STROBER ANDREAS H. TEICH BRUCE R. TERRY 31 TERRY TERSIGNI JANET TICHANSKY MICHAEL J. TOGNO JODI L. TONER NANCY L. TRIANO RICHARD M. TROPP DAVID W. TYLER 32 CHRISTOPHER WAGNER LAURA J. WHEELER DERVAL M. WHELAN DAVID M. WHITTINGTON THOMAS WAGNER KERRY L. WENTLING LYNN M. WINTERS LAWRENCE J. VAN WESS LOUISE E. WEINGROD DARRIN S. VETH JOY L. VASTOLA DANIEL P. VERDONIK MICHAEL S. WITTENBERG BRUCE L. ZACHARIAS PHYLLIS E. ZUK REBECCA A. ZUURBIER HARRY E. YEIDE III DOROTHEA YIALAMAS SAMUEL S. YODER 34 ACADEMICS 35 DR. JOHN MOREY President ROBERT A. CLARK Director of College Relations BETSY CAPLAN Director of Alumni Relations LUCILLE BAVARI A Director of Financial Aid KIM BARTH Asst. Dean of Admissions and Freshmen i DR, HAROLD STENGER Vice President DR. JAMES T. BRYAN Dean of Students GEORGE W. GIBBS Dean of Admissions and Freshmen DR. R. DALE LECOUNT Dean of Educational Services ALMA DEUTSCH Director of Personnel REV. GEORGE F. EICHORN JR. Director of Church Relations CLAIR F. FETTERHOFF Treasurer HAROLD FORNER Business Manager 37 DR. JAMES B. HIRSH WAYNE KASTEN EILEEN KERN FRANK MARINO Director of Center for Director of Buildings and Registrar Director of Development Continuing Education Grounds RICHARD T. RIZZOLI Asst. Dean of Admissions and Freshmen ALLEN D. RUTER Controller DAVID M. SEAMANS Union Director CAROL SHINER Director of Career Planning and Placement 38 IAN, M.D ' t Health Center HELEN H. RICHARDSON Asst. Director of College Relations LORETTA MITCHELL Director of General Services KATHEE SILKIN Graduate Intern KURT M. THIEDE Asst. Dean of Admissions and Freshmen ANNE H. WRIGHT Associate Dean of Students ANNA K. NAKADA Asst. Director of Development LAURA THIEDE Asst. Dean of Admissions and Freshmen JAMES P. MORGAN Asst. Treasurer HUGH W. HARRIS Director Department of Public Safety 39 MS. CAROL PARKER Assistant Professor of Art MRS. LINDA WEINTRAUB Assistant Professor of Art and Director of the Galleria DR. ELLEN CALLMANN Professor of Art THE ARTS ART MR. RAYMOND S. BARNES Assistant Professor of Art 10 DR. CHARLES S. MCCLAIN Professor of Music MR. CHARLES RICHTER Assistant Professor of Drama and Director of Theatre DR. HENRY L. SCHMIDT Associate Professor of Music MR. ARTIE CLIFTON, JR. Band Director and Instructor in Music MUSIC MR. CURTIS DRETSCH Assistant Professor of Drama and Technical Director of Theatre T i H T A 41 SIGMA TAU DELTA: i. Weingrod, A, Weinstein, S., Laity, B. Kolano DR. RALPH S. GRABER Professor of English DR. JAY H. HARTMAN Associate Professor of English 42 DR. MICHAEL E. HATTERSLEY Assistant Professor of English DR. JOEL R. KEHLER Assistant Professor of English DR. ROBERT B. THORNBURG Professor of English DR. NELVIN L. VOS Professor of English 43 t£Qi-HC0£Z} tr l O MRS. REBA F. MARBLESTONE Lecturer in Classics 6k. GEORGE F. CUSTEN Asst. Professor of Communication Studies DR. SUZANNE JEFFRIES-FOX Asst. Professor of Communication Studies MR. ROBERT WILLIS Asst. Professor of Communication Studiei DR. ROBERT WIND ETA SIGMA PHI: First Row: J. Larkin, M. Jones, E Associate Professor of Edge. Second Row: D. McKinney, A. Teich. Classics S ' S«g§i 44 PHILOSOPHY DR. DAVID A. REED Professor of Philosophy DR. THEODORE W. SCHICK, JR. Assistant Professor of Philosophy DR. LUDWIG F. SCHLECHT Professor of Philosophy 45 DR. KENNETH R. GRAHAM Associate Professor of Psychology DR. RICHARD K. KIMBALL Assistant Professor of Psychology DR. THOMAS F. LOHR Professor of Psychology DR. THEODORE MAISER Professor of Psychology ' ' y ' cr.x’s’i? . ‘ 3 w . - ■ 7 w ' ? ' V ' • " .vT ’T ELJ 5 ] £ IP J MMHBH 46 MS. JANET F. MAURER Counseling Psychologist and Lecturer in Psychology PSI CHI: First Row: B. Shapiro, D. Phelps, D. Hilbert, L. Berger. Second Row: C. Santerian, R. Schwartz, R. Knight, S. Beyerle, N. Hubbard, A. Rudnick. Professor of Psychology DR. VIMLA S. SiNHA m DR. SILAS D. WHITE Associate Professor of Psychology 47 RELIGION BfcDAVip. WmffcMEUST™ Chaplain and Professor of Reli JENNINGS Professor of Religion DR. DARRELL JODOCK Associate Professor of Religion DR. RODNEY E. RING Profe ssor of Religion DR. ROGER E. TIMM Assistant Chaplain and Professor of Religion 20 ' - ' H 0ddH i mK ll ' Jw i r i J g aaa g ” y i DR. JOHN C. MACCONNELL • Professor of Education % oss DR. ROBERT P. PEARSON Assistant Professor of Education f: DR. ANN WONSIEWICZ M S(|HLECHT ' Assistant Professor of W Education 49 MR. WILLIAM R fHENRY MR. JOHN P. HORCHNER Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Economics and Business IVm. LUIZtK Assistant Professor of Econom - - ics and Business 1 DR. JAMES N. MARSHALL Assistant Professor of Econom ics and Business DR. JOHN G. VOYATZIS Professor of Economics DR. ROHINI P. SINHA Professor of Economics % MR. JQHN R. BIGLIN Assistant Professor of Accounting and Business MR. CHARLES L. GULDNER Assistant Professor of Accounting and Business MR. WILSON N. SERFASS, JR. Professor of Accounting 51 D R . JOHN W. BRUNNER Professor of German DR. ALBERT A. KIPA Professor of German and Russian MRS. PATRICIA J. DEBELLIS Instructor of French and Spanish UTi DR. JOHN T. PEARCE Associate Professor of French and Spanish DR. JOSE M. LOPEZ Assistant Professor of Spanish DR. CAROL V. RICHARDS 1 Professor of French 4 ■ - - jA PHI SIGMA IOTA: First Row: M. McNaught, K. Rubin, A. Petach. Second Row: T. Bormnnn. D. Kaufman, C. Moore, L. Henning. Third Row: T. Landever, D. Risell, L. Hodgkinson, I. Carricarte, C. Nelson, J. Downey, A. Licemiato. DR, KENNETH W. WEBB _ Professor of Romance Languages DR. ADOLPH H. WEGENER Professor of German DR. ARVIDS ZIEDONIS, JR. Professor of Russian DR. ROGER BALDWIN Professor of Sociology DR. JOSEPH A. FRANCELLO Professor of Sociology and Anthropology DR. FRANK J. MCVEIGH Professor of Sociology MRS. ROSALIE J. VILLARD Assistant Professor o f Sociology and Social Work 54 - DR. CHARLES S. BEDNAR Professor of Political Science DR. STEWART S. LEE Professor of Political Science IH POLITICAL SCIENCE ■ DR. ALTON J. SLANE Associate Professor of Political Science MR. ROBERT C. A. SORENSEN Assistant Professor of Political Science 55 ' ■ j ‘ f ;• § S; Z ■pran : i „w ' Wljjm ■ JIB §| p _ ' ' s • DR. JOHN W. MALSBERGER Assistant Professor of History ■ ' r DR. JOANNE S. MORTIMER Professor of History DR. INDRIKIS STERNS Professor of History - I . — ■mu 56 — — r- . DR. DANIEL J. WILSON Assistant Professor of History DR. KATHERINE S. VAN EERDE _ Professor of History ( PHI ALPHA THETA: First Row! ' B. Nedwich, V. Marks. Second Row: Dr. E. Baldrige, P. Papasavas, S. Hartline. S. Horowitz, | Row: Dr. E. Baldrige, P. Papasavas, S. Hartline, S, Horowitz, A. ' Teieh. 57 MR. SAMUEL T. BEIDLEMAN Associate Professor of Physical Education PHYSICAL MR. WILLIAM A. FLAMISH Associate Professor of Physical Education MRS. CONNIE KUNDA Associate Professor of Physical Education MRS. HELENE H. HOSPODAR Associate Professor of Physical Education RALPH A. KIRCHENHEITER Professor of Phys. Ed. Head Football Coach 58 EDUCATION MR. RAYMOND J. WHISPELL Professor of Physical Education MRS. MARYANN H. SEAGREAVES Instructor in Physical Education DR. JOSEPH NOW Assoc. Professor of Phys. Ed. and Director of Athletics MR. KENNETH T. MOYER Professor of Physical Education MR. STEPHEN L. MOORE Asst. Professor of Phys. Ed. and Head Basketball Coach MRS. JUDITH S. CUNDALL DR. DANIEL KLEM, JR. DR. DAVID MUCH Instructor in Biology Assistant Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of Biology BIOLOGY 60 MR. PAUL W. H. WEAVER, JR. Assistant Professor of Biology DR. JOHN C. WESTON Professor of Biology DR, JAMES R. VAUGHAN Professor of Biology DR. CARL S. OPLINGER Professor of Biology v DR. ROBERT L. SCHAEFFER, JR Professor of Biology DR. IRVIN R. SCHMOYER Assistant Professor of Biology 61 MATH MR, ROLAND W. DEDEKIND, JR. Assistant Professor of Mathematics MR. JORDAN S. GOLDMAN Instructor in Mathematics DR. ADNAH G. KOSTENBAUDER Professor of Mathematics DR. JOHN I. NASSAR Professor of Mathematics MR. ROBERT K. STUMP Assistant Professor of Mathematics MR. ROBERT J. WAGNER Assistant Professor of Mathematics PHYSICS DR. WALTER E. LOY, JR. Professor of Physics MR. JOHN MACCARTHY Assistant Professor of Physics DR. ROBERT F. MILLIGAN Associate Professor of Physics DR. HARRY L. RAUB Professor of Physics 64 — f ' DR. RICHARD C. HATCH Professor of Chemistry DR. CHARLES E. MORTIMER Professor of Chemistry DR. MARSHA R. BAAR Assistant Professor of Chemistry wmmm MRS. COLLEEN M. SERENCSITS Lecturer in Geology DR. DONALD W. SHIVE Professor of Chemistry DR. G. N. RUSSELL SMART Senior Professor of Chemistry DR. DAVID N. STEHLY Professor of Chemistry MRS. HAZEL Z. ZIEF Instructor in Chemistry 65 ' I . ' I . s v - S iym wf .Azmmr -7§?m : . v . m «Pfc LIBRARY STAFF - First Row: M. Freeh, S. Mandel. Second Row: C. Fiedler, N. Flautz. Third Row: D. Melnychuk, B. Howard. Fourth Row: B. Bollinger, K. Hoffert. Fifth Row: C. Gehring, S. Schatz, D. Wharf, A. Bahr, M. Timm, D. Phillips. OFFICE STAFF - First Row: F. Maurer, Jr., V. Ter hi M. Tackack, M. Weyer. Second Row: B. Miller, D. Wassum, J. Minnich, P. Kimmel, R. Seither. Third Row: S. Sokol, K. Nash, D. Jones, C. Hillman. Fourth Row: F. Snyder, A. Gisolfi, F. Lisicky. FOOTBALL After the Kardiac Kulan Karnival of 1980, the 1981 Mules had a tough act to follow if there was to be an encore. Unfortunately, bad luck and injuries harnessed the team all season. At one time the entire backfield was injured, but the most devastating tragedy was the career-ending injury sustained by the Mules’ outstanding wide receiver, Junior Ron DiDio. After a spectacular opening game in which DiDio caught ten passes for 146 yards, his career came to a sudden halt when he received a concussion in the game against Gettysburg, leaving the Mules without an exper- ienced receiver. Five running backs received injuries dur- ing the season, hampering a running attack, and thereby placing even more pressure on the shoulders of quarter- back Gary Greb. It was a comeback year for senior Michael Hiller who, after sitting out the 1980 season, paced the Mules with 23 receptions. Hiller also kicked off, sharing the place kicking duties with Victor Lea who capped off an out- standing junior year by kicking 8 field goals, including a school record 52 yarder at Johns Hopkins. Several freshmen played significant roles but none were bigger than 5’5”, 145 lb. tailback Michael Bailey. Bailey scampered for 476 yards and was the breakaway threat the Mules so badly needed. Together with co- captain Marcus Spatidol and Mickey Mottola, the three provided a potent ' Berg backfield. A quartet of veterans anchored the defense. Co-cap- tain Kyle Mirth, the recipient of the Vin- cent P. Mulvihill Courageous Player Award, was the defensive leader all season. Linebacker Bob Ochner pro- vided solid defense from his spot at middle linebacker. Chris Horton, who displayed his brillance by registering 63 tackles and 4 interceptions, was also named to the ECAC Weekly all-star team selection. Sophomore Ray Ben- eke also proved to be outstanding with 40 tackles to his credit. Although the 1981 season was not all one had hoped it to be, the return of seasoned veterans should supply head coach Ralph Kirchenheiter with a more successful season next year. Senior co-captain Marcus Spatidol, hampered by injuries during the 19?1 campaign had 201 yards rushing. Below: Senior center Ron Romano was named to first-team of the MAC ' S Southern Division All-Star Team. 68 Left: Freshman sensation Michael Bailey led the Mules rushing attack with 475 yards, 5.2 yards per carry. Below: First year coach Ralph Kirchenheiter comes to the Mules via the University of Virginia. 69 The Season In Review The 1981 Mules entered the new season hope- ful that the experience and enthusiasm gained at key positions during 1980, together with un- tapped freshman talent, would combine to pro- duce a powerful, invincible squad. Unfortunately, this was not the case as is evident by the team’s 3-6 record. Ralph Kirchenheiter began his Muhlenberg coaching career on a somewhat sour note as F M easily handled the Mules, 38-20. Ron DiDio ' s 10 receptions could not make up for seven Mule turnovers and a running attack that netted only 23 yards. Gettysburg continued its domination over the Mules since the series began in 1907 with its 30th victory in 45 meetings. Freshman Mike Bailey’s 107 yards sparked the Mules to a 10-7 lead, but that was not enough as the Bullets put 17 points Freshman stand-out Mike Flyde makes one of his team-leading 74 tackles, on the board in the fourth quarter. The Mules finally arrived at home only to be met by the eventual number one ranked Division III football team. The defense, led by Mike Hyde’s 12 tackles and Kyle Mirth’s 10 tackles, played well, yet Widener hammered out a 17-3 victory mainly due to the strength of 3 Muhlenberg first quarter turnovers. Chris Horton’s 43 yard interception touchdown return paced the Mules, winless in their first four games after losing to Susquehanna the previous week, to a 24-17 victory over Lebanon Valley. Freshman sensa- tion Mike Bailey provided the rest of the Mules ' scoring with 43 and 56 yard touchdown runs, while the defense had seven interceptions. The Mules’ short-lived winning streak came to an end thanks to more turnovers. The offense had three drives stalled in scoring position as a result of three turnovers, in a 20-3 loss to Western Maryland. The following Saturday, seniors Marcus Spatidol and Jeff Finley helped the Mules emerge victorious over winless Dickinson by a score of 12-7. Spatidol dashed for 84 yards while Finley sprinted for a 30 yard touchdown run. This year, Johns Hopkins avenged the previous year ' s 28 point comeback victory by the Mules, at Baltimore. The Mules’ only highlight of the game was a school record 52 yard field goal by Victor Lea. The Mules chalked up another win in their final game of the season by defeating Moravian 10-9, as Chris Horton recorded seven solo tackles, two interceptions, and a fumble recovery. The Muhlenberg 1981 football squad thus ended a disappointing season with a 3-6 record. Muhlenberg Opponent 20 Franklin Marshall 38 10 Gettysburg 27 3 WIDENER 17 7 Susquehanna 14 24 Lebanon Valley 17 3 WESTERN MARYLAND 20 12 DICKINSON 7 3 Johns Hopkins 15 10 MORAVIAN Won 3 - Lost 6 9 Below: A graveyard was the proper setting for Lebanon Valley’s loss to the Mules, 24-17. Left: Co- captain for the 1982 season, Chris Horton, led the team with 4 interceptions; one turned for a touchdown. _ First Row: Coaches B. Kohler, B. Kistler, D. Butler, M. Hiller, J. Finley, B. Ochner, M. Spatldol, K. Mirth, R. Romano, M. Togno, K. Fiori, coaches R. Klrchenheiter, B. Shaffer, G. Legath, T. Filipovitz. Second Row: R. DiDIo, J. Starr, M. Bisbing, O. Breiner, G. Greb, T. Doddy, S. DiGregorio, T. Ware, G. Blumberg, D. Goldstein, M. Mottola, S. Carnevale, S. Santola, M. Scrivanich. Third Row: B. Green, C. Horton, T. Cesare, E. Porter, T. Nemeth, T. O ' Neil, N. Leno, B. Merle, S. Paine, R. Beneke, R. LaDuca, B. Erlenbach, V. Lea. Fourth Row: M. Smith, T. Langdon, S. Rluli, B. Fahler, J. Kuhns, J., Henry, J. Dangelmajer, S. Ritardi, R. Graff, M. Hyde. C. Erie. Fifth Row: J. Ivankovits, D. Kelley, P. Broas, C. Nagle, R. Hennessy, F. Antonacci, S. Lauer, A. Bollman, P. DeFilippis, J. Gisolfi, K. LeBlanc, E. Hyman. Sixth Row: M. Bortz, A. Hoffman, W. Hendricks, G. Mader, G. Nader, T. Sacramone, A. Katz, D. Orphamdes, Above: Senior Co-captain Kyle Mirth was a four-year defensive standout for the Mules. Right: Another four-year starter was Mike Togno (28) at defensive back. Below: A host of Mules bring down a Widener ball carrier. emotional moment on the i r senior linebacker Bob FIELD HOCKEY The field hockey team enjoyed their best season ever this year. Their combination of talent and spirit won them the title of Northeastern Division Champs of the Middle Atlantic Conference. Their overall record of 7-2-2 and MAC record of 4-0 reflect the successful season. The two ties came against Division II opponents Kutztown State and Lehigh, while the team’s only loss was on opening day against Albright. “I’m happy with the way in which the team came around this year,” the Mules’ sixth year coach Helen Hospodar said. “We’re well-balanced.” The strong, quick offense was supported by a great defense, especially goalie Joan Ma- mola whose talent saved a number of games. Mamola post- ed a 1.3 goals against average while making more than 100 saves. All in all the girls played an “excellent brand of hock- ey.” Captain Sharon Hartline noted that the girls played as a team, not as individuals. There was, however, a lot of indi- vidual talent. Gina DiDio, Loretta McGrath, and senior Co- rinne Santerian were named to the Lehigh Valley All-Stars first team and senior Barbara Schaetzle and Gloria Anne Hardy to the second team. Seniors Sharon Hartline and Anne Petrou were named to the first team all MAC Eastern Division while Santerian and DiDio were awarded honorable mentions. The girls were certainly proud of their fine season. Their loss to Gettysburg by a score of 3-2 in the MAC’S was a respectable one. — Ann Petach Above: Head Coach Hospodar led the team to a 7-1-2 regular season record in her sixth season in charge. Below: Sharon Hartline, team captain, was named to the MAC ' S Northern Division ' s first team. Left: Anne Petrou led the Mules ' scoring punch with 1 5 goals and one assist. Below: Senior Wing Barb Schaetzle led the team in assists and was named to the MAC ' S Northern Division ' s second team. Muhlenberg Opp. 0 Albright 4 4 Delaware Valley 1 2 Drew 1 2 LEHIGH 2 4 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 1 4 Cedar Crest 1 3 Lebanon Valley 0 5 PENN STATE (BERKS) 0 3 MORAVIAN 1 2 Kutztown 2 2 Gettysburg (MAC) 3 Won 7 - Lost 1 - Tied 1 First Row: B. Schaetzle, C. Santerian, S. Hartline, A. Petrou, R. Nedwich. Second Row: J. Mamola, M. Mallon, P. Dickson, L. McGrath, G. DiDio, S. Finn, D. Risell. Third Row: M. Cohen, M. Crowe, L. Braverman, G. Hardy, A. Ferris, C. Mahoney, J. Schoen, C. Leone, M. Stabile, G. Gorton, Coach H. Hospodar. Below: Senior Corinne Santerian and Sophomore Loretta McGrath helped the Mules tie Lehigh, 2-2. Below: The defensive Mules prepare for a short corner. Freshman Gloria Anne Hardy dribbles past a Lehigh defender. Right: Junior Dee Dee Risell started for the Mules at midfield. 73 SOCCER The soccer team began the 1981 season on an optimistic note, with eleven returning letterwinners. Led by first year coach Ted Martz, the Mules were strong contenders for the MAC Southern Division crown. The Mules’ excellent play began with a 3-0 shut- out of Delaware Valley. After a 2-2 deadlock with Trenton State and a 2-1 victory over Albright, the Mules gave their finest performance of the season — a 6-0 romp over Wilkes. Brian Sommerville’s league-leading 18 goals earned him an Honorable Mention in the MAC Southern Division. Jeff Morris, playing superbly in goal, secured 4 shutouts during the season. F M provided the most memorable victory in Muhlenberg soccer history for the 1981 Mules. Down by 2-0 at halftime, the Mules came alive as Co-captain Frank Morris scored off an assist by John DiPalma. Sommerville then drilled a shot into the F M goal with 6 minutes remaining to ice the victory. The Mules continued their streak as they faced league rival Moravian. Moravian scored first, but then the Mules rolled, as they scored 3 unanswered goals, capped by Sommerville ' s 35 yard blast for the 3-1 victory. The Mules ' successful defense can be attributed to the fine play and hustle of Co-captain Kerry Wen- tling and senior Jeff Edwards. Chuck Swatek, Doug Hanke, and Marco Luzzatti also played tenacious defense all season. In conclusion, the Mules overall record was 7-5-5, but they played very tough soccer and were, there- fore, ranked among the top ten teams in the tri- state area at various points throughout the season. i Muhlenberg Opponent 4 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 4 ! 1 N J. Institute of Technology 2 | 3 DELAWARE VALLEY 0 1 2 Trenton 2 2 ALBRIGHT 1 6 Wilkes o ! 3 Franklin Marshall 2 3 Moravian 1 | 0 SWARTHMORE 0 2 Dickinson 4 1 1 WESTERN MARYLAND 2 1 0 LAFAYETTE 5 1 2 LEBANON VALLEY 2 0 Ursinus 0 i 3 GETTYSBURG 2 7 WIDENER Won 7 - Lost 5 - Tied 5 2 1 74 Senior Co-captain Kerry Wentling was the mainstay of the Muhlenberg defense all season long. Senior Co-captain Frank Morris, the Mules ' leader In assists with 9, shields the ball from the LVC defender. Above: Senior Jim Pezzi is pulled down from behind by an FDU defender. Right: Junior Brian Sommerville will return next season in search of the Muhlenberg all-time goal-scoring record. Junior Marco Luzzatti lunges for the ball between two Lafayette forwards Senior keeper Jeff Morris was the backbone of the Mules ' defense, recording 4 shutouts. Doug Hanke heads the ball over the defense, toward the LVC goal. 76 First Row: F. Morris, J. Morris, K. Wentiing. Second Row: A. Binnie, B. Carey, S. Eisdorfer, L. Hjelm, J. Linton, K. Woodbridge, S. Tafuri. M. Walker, J. DiPalma, E. Stein, T. Gallagher, D. Ely, D. Hanke. Third Row: B. McEvoy, M. Seidman, B. Sommerville, K. Kreutzberg, K. Appenzoller, M. Luzzatti, T. Carle, J. Norton, R. Mendelsohn, C. Swatek, J. Edwards, P. Roseman, K. Hughes, B. Abbott, P. Finke, J. Pezzi, M. Capobianco, Coach T. Martz. 77 OOOCOOCaJNJOJOOOCjOO VOLLEYBALL The women’s varsity volleyball team, under the guidance of first year coach Donna Koehler, faced some tough competition in its 1981 season. The team played both Division II and Division III schools, winning six out of nine of the Division III games. The girls faced their toughest competition in the beginning of the season, losing their opening game to La- fayette by a score of 3-0. Fortu- nately, however, they bounced back to defeat Ursinus in their first home game of the season. Midway through the season, the girls played crucial games against Moravian and Albright. Losing both of these games pre- vented the team from attending the MACs. However, the team faired well in the Annual Muhlen- berg Invitational Volleyball Tour- nament, held this year on Par- ents’ Weekend, coming in a close second to Moravian. The team concluded a tough season with a respectable 6-5 record. The senior squad members, captain Cheryl Scaffa, Lois Hodg- kinson, Pam Diaconis, and Sue Morgan expressed their tremen- dous enthusiasm throughout the season as they had witnessed the evolution of volleyball from a club to a varsity sport. Scaffa and Dia- conis demonstrated their superb setting technique throughout the season, while Hodgkinson and Morgan provided the hustle need- ed to keep the team going. Their skill and talent combined with the powerful hitting of Diane Reppa and Laura Stauss was the main force behind the team’s winning record for the second year in a row. Above: Senior Lois Hodgkinson blocks an opponent ' s spike. Below: Senior Pam Diaconis sets for fellow senior Cheryl Scaffa. Muhlenberg Lafayette URSINUS Lehigh Northampton CCC Lehigh CCC MORAVIAN Cedar Crest Albright Allentown DELAWARE VALLEY KUTZTOWN Won 6 - Lost 5 First Row: L. Hodgkinson, C., Palasits, P. Diaconis, L. Stauss, Second Row: Coach D. Koehler, L. Matthews, S. Morgan, C. Scaffa, D. Reppa, L. Baird, L. Bottjer. Below: Sophomore Laura Stauss was a strong two way player for the Mules. Right: Coach Don- na Koehler conducts a clinic on spiking in be- tween games. CROSS COUNTRY With the entire squad returning from a successful 1980 season, high hopes abounded for the 1981 Cross Country team. The team lived up to their potential by winning their last seven meets to finish with a 9-3 record and a 7th place finish in the MAC championships. The team’s record was the best in the school’s history and prompted Coach Bill Flamish to call the squad “as good a team as I’ve had here, if not better than the 1971 squad that went 9-4”. The Mules were led by senior tri-captains Ray Fritz, Jim McCormick, and Dave Seigworth. Fritz and McCormick vied for the top spot on the team for much of the season and were the top finishers for the Mules in the MAC meet, finishing 13th and 17th, respectively. Seigworth was a solid third man all season and finished 32nd in the conference meet. Pete Papasavas, Scott Holzhauer, Dion Manhoff, and Tony Yurkho rounded out the top seven. Also contributing to the team’s fortunes were Bob Solomon, Craig Baudendistel, Jeff Campbell, Jerry Canning, Jim Kroninger, Dave Lisan, and Karl Trenker. Some highlights of the season were Fritz’s school record of 26:07 versus Widener, McCormick finishing 39th in the Eastern Regionals, finishing kicks by Seigworth and Papasavas to edge Swarthmore, and avenging a loss to Scranton at the conference meet. It all added up to an unforgettable season for the Harriers. -Jim McCormick Senior Tri-Captains: Ray Fritz ... ... Jim McCormick ... ... and Dave Seigworth. 80 First Row: J. Kroninger, J. McCormick, D. Seigworth, R. Fritz, B. Solomon, S. Holzhauer, Second Row: J. Canning, C. Baudendistel, K. Trenker, T. Yurko, D. Lisan, P., Papasavas, Coach Flamish. Below: Muhlenberg Harriers break from the starting line. Below Right: Senior Solomon points out the course. Below Left: Pete Papasavas receives his time and congratulations from Coach Flamish. Muhlenberg Opponent 15 Elizabethtown 50 44 Franklin Marshall 17 25 Dickinson 32 27 Wilkes 28 30 Kings 27 35 Scranton 29 22 LEBANON VALLEY 34 21 ALBRIGHT 38 15 DREW 50 23 Moravian 32 26 WIDENER 29 28 Swarthmore 29 Won 9 - Lost 3 CHEERLEADING Each fall, tryouts are held to de- termine the Muhlenberg Varsity Cheerleading squad. The girls, ranging from freshmen to seniors, are evaluated by a panel of judges on coordination, athletic and gymnastic ability, voice, poise and appearance. This year’s team included a group of talented girls whose abilities and skills were dis- played during both Muhlenberg football and basketball games. The 1981-82 squad consisted of ten regulars and three alternates who ensured the participation of a full squad at all times, especially towards the end of a long basket- ball season. Each year the teams “season” begins with a pep rally held in September, and ends with the last home basketball game. Led by Co-captains Anne Gal- breath and Lynn Hannon, the girls cheered on the Mules and pro- vided spirit, enthusiasm, and en- tertainment for the fans at all home football games. The squad, providing their own transporta- tion, also traveled to a majority of the away games. The cheer- leaders also supported the Bas- ketball team as they cheered them on from the sidelines and performed during time-outs. This year, the cheerleaders performed a variety of new cheers and reached new heights with the inclusion of some difficult and more intricate pyramids. The cheerleaders will lose five members to graduation: Karen Briggs, Brenda Colatrella, Anne Galbreath, Lynn Hannon and Ar- lette Palo. However, with the ex- pected return of the team’s veter- ans, strong leadership, and great- er dedication, next year ' s cheer- leaders should be even better. As one cheerleader commented, “The biggest challenge next year will be finding someone as small as Brenda to climb to the top of the pyramids.” Right: Graduating Seniors: Karen, Anne, Lynne. Arlette, and Brenda. First Row: K. Koar, K. Briggs, S. Witcher, A. Palo, A. Galbreath, M. Deeths, L. Lambert. Second Row: Hannon, E. Stein. Top: B. Colatrella. 82 Freshman Kathy Koar eyes the crowd during a pom-pom routine. And now ladies and gentlemen, our National Anthem. Right: Co-Captain Anne Galbreath checks the line. The Mule played an important part with the cheerleaders in helping provide school spirit at home football games. Lisa Lambert and Rose McAndrew issue a command of charge to the Mules. 83 HALFTIME The halftime squads took to the field this year while the band piayed from the stands. The choreographing abilities of the captains, combined with numerous practices and hard work by the squads, led to successful halftime shows. This year, the Muhlenberg band provided musical entertainment during the game and at halftime, from the stands. They also played the music needed for one of the cheerleaders ' routines, and often contributed their own unique cheers, such as the “counting” cheer. The rifle squad, led by Tammy Bertha, performed routines that were more intricate than those used in past years. The squad’s new uniforms were further enhanced by the prism tape used on the guns for a sparkling effect. New members were added to the squad for the purpose of flagbearing, thus allowing more members to perform in the squad routines. Donna Hilbert and her majorettes were seen every evening practicing in front of Brown Hall or in Brown Lobby. This dedication to twirling led to successful performances on the field. The feature twirler this year was Debbie Gouldner, who impressed the crowd with her baton-twirling talents. Co-captains Cory Nathan and Kim Marino incorporated dance routines into the pom-pom squad’s performances. The choreography displayed a unique blend of dance, precision and spirited moves. This was a tremendous success which increased the popularity of the halftime performance. For the first time, the pom-pom squad, along with volunteers from the twirling and rifle squads, also contributed their time and talent to a basketball halftime show. All three squads displayed great spirit and originality throughout the 1981-82 season. First Row: R. Homa, D. Gouldner, K. Glevis, Second Row: J. Jedlicka, J. Dunn, D. Hilbert, K. Hanlon, S. Nano vie. First Row: L. Wiedemann, T. Bertha, V. Nagle, Second Row: D. DiCarlo. D. Mackie, A. Exner, A. Schlosser, D. Sanders, E. Zieger, P. Carroll. Precision and timing played an important part for Donna Hilbert ' s Majorettes. First Row: K. Marino, C. Nathan. Second Row: S. Coslett, S. Janin, K. Heller, S. Keele, C. Tartarian, L. Rocco, M. Elston, M. Estey, C. Bruce, K. Price, L. Pierce, D. Wright. 1 Above: The dedication of band members such as Rick Wilson and Laura Rampil was appreciated by both fans and halftime squads. Right: Rifle Squad Captain Tammy Bertha. BASKETBALL The 1981-82 season brought the Mules new blood in the form of new head coach Steve Moore and assistant coach Brian Hagler, and hopes for a successful turnaround of a disappointing past season. The young Mules, with only two seniors, got off to a slow start. They opened the season at Lycoming and faced some tough competition in the Crusader Classic Tournament. After losing to Lycoming 58-50, they fought off a persistent York team before dropping the decision 71-70 in overtime. However, Ken Chawtek contributed a career high of 35 points in the losing effort. The Mules turned things around by defeating a stubborn Albright team, 43-41. As the season progressed, the Mules continued to show signs of a team in the rebuilding stage. They had difficulty playing consistently, as their record fell to 1-7 before topping Allentown College, 73-54. Again, Chwatek, the Mules’ 6’6” center, provided the scoring punch by netting 27 points in the victory. The Mules experienced more frustration by dropping four straight before upsetting Gettysburg, 65-62, led by Chris Kahn’s strong 14 point effort. Soon the Mules seemed to have their problems solved and began playing very well. After suffering some close losses to Allentown College 57-54, and Moravian 53-50, the Mules trounced Western Maryland 74-54 and miracu- lously stunned a strong F M team in Lancaster with a 63-60 overtime win. The most “interesting " contest of the Mules’ campaign took place in their game against Dickinson. As a stubborn Red Devil team refused to pull out of a zone defense, coach Moore displayed his patience by instituting a game-long stall. However, his tactic backfired as Dickinson outlasted the Mules, 15-6. The remainder of the season saw the Mules drop 4 of 6 decisions, but they continued to improve by playing an aggressive style of basketball. Led by senior point guard Rich Siegel, forwards Dirk Oceanak and Curt Jack, the Mules provided continual excitement for their fans. The young Mule squad will have a large number of returning veterans on next year’s roster. Together with the experience they gained this year and with the fine leadership of Head Coach Moore, the Mules can certainly look forward to improved performances from the players, as even greater competitive spirit, and hopefully more victories in their 1982-83 season. Muhlenberg Opp. Lycoming York Albright Susquehanna Gettysburg DICKINSON Leb. Valley Widener Allentown Moravian W. Maryland Ursinus DEL. VALLEY GETTYSBURG ALLENTOWN Moravian W. MARYLAND F M Dickinson ALBRIGHT WILKES LEB. VALLEY Gettysburg F M MORAVIAN J 87 88 First Row: Coach S. Moore, D. Oceanak, R. Siegel, D. Saylor, C. Jack, Asst. Coach B. Hagler. Second Row: F. Goldberg, F. Shovlin, K. Chwatek, C. Kahn, B. Chew, A. Hoffman. Sophomore Chris Kahn shot over 50 pet. from the field and pulled down one hundred re- bounds. 89 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The 1981-82 Muhlenberg Women’s Basketball Team enjoyed a successful pre-Christmas season, posting a 4-1 record. However, the season turned out to be a disappointing one as the girls lost 7 of their last 8 games, dropping their final record to 5-8. The first three games of the season against NCACC, Fairleigh Dickinson, and Lebanon Valley were easy wins for the Mules as they defeated them by comfortable margins. Allentown College, however, proved to be a tougher competitor as the game went into overtime with Muhlenberg finally losing 77-66. The women continued their aggressive play in their first post-Christmas game against Drew, defeating them on their own court, 65-59. However, the remainder of the season was unsuccessful, with the Mules winning only 1 game out of 8. Coach Seagreaves, commenting on the season, said that the squad had a lot of potential. “The record wasn’t indicative of our playing potential. Our bench was strong and pulled us out of some tight spots. But our height may have hurt us somewhat. We had to depend too much on speed.’’ The Mules will be losing three senior starters to graduation this year: Lori D ' Alessio, Lois Hodgkinson, and Captain Becky Zuurbier. Looking to next year, Coach Seagreaves looks forward to a strong schedule. She hopes that the tougher competition and more rigorous schedule will make the team more competitive, ' and therefore more successful in their 1982-83 basketball sea- son. — Lois Hodgkinson Above: Coaches Oravec and Seagreaves solidify the game plan. Muhlenberg Opponent 85 NCACC 58 52 FDU-Madison 46 63 LEBANON VALLEY 28 66 Allentown 77 65 Drew 59 68 DELAWARE VALLEV 75 67 Ursinus 68 40 Widener 79 55 WILKES 73 38 KUTZTOWN 71 45 Cedar Crest 38 45 Moravian 60 48 ALBRIGHT Won 5 — Lost 8 80 . . . gm First Row: L. Hodgkinson, B. Zuurbier, L. D ' Alessio. Second Row: C. Stets, G. Dugan. Third Row: Coach M. Seagreaves, J. Symonds, J. Robinson, P. Brenner, D. Reppa, K. Staudinger, J. Oravec. Sophomore Diane Reppa pulled down 144 rebounds along with a 11.5 ppg. average. Right: Senior captain Becky Zuurbier led the Mules in scoring and assists. 91 WRESTLING With all our injuries, there was no way we could have had a successful dual match season.” With those words Head Wrestling Coach Mike Spirk summed up, what was to many, a disappointing wrestling season. The dual meet record ended up 6-9 but the Mules were 5-4 until the injury jinx destroyed them. Several underclassmen proved themselves outstanding and gave indications that they are ready to emerge next year. Sophomore 134-pounder Fred Stoyer posted a 15- 8 record that would have been much better if a knee injury had not felled him. Frosh 118-pounder Sam Giha also finished at 15-8 while sophomore Andy Strober, who wrestled while injured all season, showed marked im- provement, while turning in a 10-10-1 record with 3 pins. Junior Steve Carnevale and freshman Mike Hyde also showed signs that they will make next year a year to remember. It was the last hurrah for senior co-captains Larry Van Wess and George Christ who made their last year memo- rab le. Van Wess recorded 8 victories while also flattening 2 opponents. Christ, wrestling at 167, shattered virtually every Muhlenberg record ever established while wrapping up the most successful season ever by a Mule grappler. He posted a 22-7 record, with a team high of 5 pins. Christ also established career marks of 54 victories and 174 team points. To top it all off, Christ placed third in the MAC, therefore captur- ing a wild card berth to compete in the Division III NCAA Championships at Cortland state College, the first NCAA participant in Muhlenberg wrestling history. Coach Spirk ad- ded, “We are losing 2 good men in George and Larry, but if we can avoid injuries next year, we should be successful. We hope that the tra- dition George started will be carried on for a long time.” Injuries caused Coach Spirk to pull some strings during the season. Steve Carnevale awaits the start signal. 92 Above and below: Sophomores Fred Stoyer and Andy Strober will return next year to co-captain a young squad. Above: Senior co-captain Larry Van Wess leaves the mat disgusted with the referee ' s call. Below: Freshman sensation Sam Giha had the second best individual record on the team at 15-8. First Row: M. Tsontakis, F. Stoyer, S. Giha, S. Odongkar. Second Row: Coach M. Spirk, G. Christ, L. Van Wess, S. Carneval. Right: Freshman Mike Hyde reflects back on his recent victory. Opponent 23 14 27 27 25 18 39 23 12 43 32 19 41 21 14 Above: Senior co-captain George Christ aplies the re- verse half looking for a fall. Right: Fr eshman Mike Hyde reflects back on his recent victory. Muhlenberg 36 33 15 21 17 28 9 25 42 6 13 18 9 20 34 FDU-Madison Albright URSINUS KUTZTOWN Swarthmore Scranton Leban valley WIDENER Haverford Delaware Valley Moravian Kings Elizabethtown Juniata Rutgers-Camden -4 93 BASEBALL A school record, 19 victories, and an MAC Southwest Division championship were the high- lights of a very successful baseball season. Muhlenberg ' s first league opponent was Dickin- son and the Mules swept 6-2 and 7-4, behind the pitching of Mark Casey and Mike Jandoli. Michael Hiller had 5 RBI’s. The Mules traveled to Annville where Lebanon Valley fell twice 4-3 and 11-4. Steve Weidner and Kerry Wentling earned the victories while Gary Greb and Bob Fahler paced the offense. Gettysburg traveled to Allentown and the Mule train rolled to two more victories. The opener was a thrilling come-from-behind 11-10 triumph. Mi- chael Togno walked to force in the winning run. He also homered as did Weidner, Greb, and Wen- tling. The nightcap was all Muhlenberg, 18-5. The homerun derby continued as Glenn Cocchiola and John Henry both homered and Dale Weiss blasted two. Mark Majewski and Wentling were the winning pitchers. It was comeback time in Lancaster as the Mules stunned F M 7-5, and 10-8. A double by Kerry Wentling drove in the game winner. Game two, which ended in darkness, saw the Mules earn 6 runs in the last inning. Majewski was the winning pitcher in both ends of the doubleheader. A hungry Moravian team invaded Allentown and the Mules split the double header. Dale Weiss’ 8th inning inside-the-park homer catipulted the Mules into a 12-11 celebration. Weiss hit 2 homers and blasted in 5 runs. The Mules clinched at Western Maryland by notching a 5-3 decision where Steve Weidner posted the victory. In the MAC playoffs, a strong Widener team eliminated Muhlenberg 11-3. Senior tri-captains Mike Togno, Kerry Wentling and Mike Hiller, were the leaders both spiritually and offensively. Mike Jandoli and Mark Casey had their finest seasons on the mound. With a fine nucleus returning, the ’Ules may ride again in 1983. ' Ules Opponent 3 V a. Wesleyan 9 1 Duke 10 1 N.C. Wesleyan 12 4-6 Duke 9-3 1 N.C. Wesleyan 7 6 Ursinus 5 5 WIDENER 20 14 ALLENTOWN 1 9 LAFAYETTE 7 5 Lehigh 6 6-7 DICKINSON 4-2 8 Wilkes 12 4-11 Lebanon Valley 3-4 5-5 Scranton 3-8 11-18 GETTYSBURG 10-6 3-1 Elizabethtown 0-2 7-10 F M 5-8 6 DELAWARE VALLEY 2 12-0 MORAVIAN 11-5 7 E. STROUDSBERG 5 5 Albright 3 5-14 W. Maryland 3-18 3 Widener 11 Above: Senior Mike Hiller led the Mules with a .401 batting average. Below: _ Senior Mike Jandoli enjoyed his best season as a hurler with a 2-0 record. 94 “The shot heard ' round Allentown " — Dale Weiss ' inside-the-park homerun to beat Moravian. Above: Coach Sam Beidleman skippered the Mules to a school record of 19 victories. Left: Dale Weiss was the Mules’ team leader in hr ' s (9). and had a slugging pet. of .716. Senior Mike Togno drew thirty walks during the season and had an on base pet. of 50.8. 95 The Mules spell relief J-U-l-C-E. Mark Majewski recorded 3 victories and 2 saves in ' 82. Left: Gary Greb bounced back from a disappointing sophomore year with a .324 batting average and 24 rbi’s. Above: Senior Mark Casey was tied for second on the staff with 4 victories. Below: Steve Weidner (5-3) was the winning pitcher in the conference clinching victory at Western Maryland. 96 First Row: B. Ekezian, G. Cocchiola, G. Grab, E. Fahler, M. Majewski, D. Weiss, B. Rizzo. Second Row: K. Wentling, M. Hiller, M. Jandoli, S. Weidner, M. Togno, J. Henry. Third Row: Coach S. Beidleman, M. Casey, S. Lenz. Left: The Mules relied more on a running game this season. Above: Senior Kerry Wentling slugged 5 hr’s. had 33 rbi ' s. and had 4 pitching victories. 97 GOLF The 1982 Muhlenberg Golf Team had high hopes for a successful season with the loss of only one senior last year. However, the team suffered two early season, heartbreaking set- backs with losses to Swarthmore and Franklin and Marshall; this also started a losing streak which the Mules were unable to halt. The open- ing 429-434 loss to Swarthmore shocked the Mules and seemed to affect their play for most of the season. The highlights of the season included wins against Lebanon Valley and Upsala. The Mules’ triumph over Upsala came as a pleasant sur- prise for the team because, at the time, Upsala was ranked fifth in the Mid-Atlantic Conference while the Mules ranked seventeenth. As four- year letterwinner Andrew Rubin observed, “We peaked too late in the season for us to be competitive in the league.” Strong performances were put forth by Eric Rasmussen, Paul Abdplanalp, Les Beatty, and Kevin Schey. With the loss of only one senior, Captain Andy Rubin, the experience gained this year will hopefully keep the Mules on the fair- ways and on the greens in future seasons. — Andrew Rubin Above: Captain Andy Rubin is the only senior lost to graduation. Left: Coach Whispell gives Freshman Jon Sukonik a few tips before the match. Muhlenberg Opponent 434 SWARTHMORE 429 ; 425 F M 419 426 Lebanon Valley 438 444 ALBRIGHT 420 444 DELAWARE VALLEY 437 458 FDU 405 458 Scranton 419 445 Gettysburg 412 445 Upsala 446 404 Kutztown 382 462 LAFAYETTE 409 462 MORAVIAN Won 2 — Lost 10 418 | mi niin ' iiiir- iirrrun-M First Row: Coach R. Whispell, P. Abplanalp, L. Leymeister. Second Row: L. Beatty, A. Rubin, A. Lussier, E. Rasmussen, K. Schey, J. Sukonik. Above: Sophomore Luke Leymeister is a picture of co ncentration. Left: Sophomore Eric Rasmussen’s play was a bright spot for the Mules. Below: Freshman A! Lussier surveys the course from the ground level. 99 SOFTBALL 1982 was a year of firsts for Muhlenberg’s Women’s Softball Team. The team finished with its first winning record, 8-6, and won the Southern Division of the MAC Conference by beating Franklin and Marshall, 4-2. The team nearly won it all, but lost to the top-ranked Wilkes team, 12-11, in the Conference finals. The team was directed by the dedicated work of Coach Helen Richardson. Co-captains Michele Arnone and Lori D’Alessio also provided the framework under which a talented group of players participated. Anne Petrou led the team in batting (.500), and MAC All-Stars Dianne Reppa and Becky Zuurbier contributed by hitting .489 and .472, respectively. As a team, the Mules pounded the ball with the overall average standing at .342. One of the reasons for the team’s success was its steady defense. A tight infield was anchored by D’Alessio at shortstop, the strong-armed Arnone as catcher, hot- fielding Alison Deitz played at third, Petrou and Gina Didio held down second, and Reppa at first. Roaming the out- field was Zuurbier, Heidi Herrmann, Jenny Symonds, and Jan Kotuby. The pitching was steady and consistent due to the efforts of Kris Staudinger (5-2) and Linda Gardner (3-4). Overall, each of the nineteen players contributed to the record-breaking ' 82 team. Next year’s season should prove to be an even greater success, due to the number of talented, returning veter- ans. — Lauran D’Alessio Muhlenberg Opponent 5 Lehigh 10 5 Widener 8 14 LONG ISLAND 1 2 URSINUS 1 2 LAFAYETTE 1 2 KUTZTOWN 8 6 Albright 3 18 Moravian 5 8 SHARTHMORE 13 8 Delaware Valley 12 4 F M 2 11 Wilkes 12 13 ALLENTOWN 1 15 CENTENARY Won 8 — Lost 6 4 I Above: Senior co-captain Lauran D’Alessio, along with a .368 batting average, led the Mules in sacrifice bunts (7). Below: Senior Becky Zuurbier led the team in rbi ' s (16) and batted .472. 100 First Row: P. Brenner, L.D ' Alessio, M. Arnone. Second Row: K. Gordon, A. Petrou, J. Symonds, H. Herrmann, A. Deitz, D. Reppa. Third Row: J. Abrams, L. Gardner, G. DiDio, K. Staudinger, B. Zuurbier. Fourth Row: Coach H. Richardson, D. Sommers, G. Hardy, G. Dugan, J. Kotuby. Junior Heidi Herrmann (top right) and Freshman Kris Staudinger (left) are two of the thirteen returning members of the MAC Southern Division Conference Champs. Above: In the eyes of Coach Helen Richardson, sophomore Diane Reppa is a giant on the diamond. Right: Reppa was among the team leaders in all batting statistics. TOT MEN’S TENNIS The Men’s Tennis Team enjoyed an impressive 9-3 sea- son this year. The team finished in a three-way tie with Franklin and Marshall and Western Maryland, and cap- tured first place in the Southwestern Division of the Mid- Atlantic Conference with a 5-1 conference record. The 1982 season was highlighted by a come-from-be- hind victory over F M. The Mules, down 4-2 at the con- clusion of singles action, miraculously pulled off a sweep in the doubles play for a 5-4 win. It was the first win over F M since Dennis Phillips took over as head coach in 1978. The ' Berg squad had strong singles and doubles perfor- mances: Chris Horton led the way with a 9-0 record in singles, with Bob Bryan at 8-2, Steve Kirsh at 9-3, Kurt Rothman at 7-5, Dave Kirschenbaum at 6-5, Dave Kline at 3-3, and Ricky Alexander at 1-0. The doubles duo of Horton and Kirschenbaum finished an outstanding, unde- feated season, while Kirsch and Rothman, and Bryan and Coll also finished with winning records. Since the Mules are only losing one senior, Captain Dave Kirschenbaum, the future prospects for the team look promising. — David Kirschenbaum Above: Dave Kirschenbaum and teammates raise a racket. Inset: Coach Phillips guided the team to a successful 9-3 season. Muhlenberg Opponent 1 SCRANTON 8 6 KINGS 3 8 Gettsyburg ■ 1 9 KUTZTOWN 0 8 Dickinson 1 5 F M 4 3 Albright 6 9 Lebanon Valley 0 9 ALLENTOWN 0 4 Western Maryland 5 8 MORAVIAN 1 9 WILKES Won 9 — Lost 3 0 First Row: C. Horton, B. Coll, K. Rothman, S. Kirsch. Second Row: B. Bryan, D. Klrschenbaum, D. Kline. Coach D. Phillips. Right: Bob Bryan posted an im- pressive 8-2 mark. Left: Senior captain Dave Kirschenbaum en- joyed successful campaigns at both singles and doubles. Chris Horton was undefeated in singles Play- 1 03 WOMEN’S TENNIS The 1982 Muhlenberg Women’s Tennis Team improved this year, posting an overall record of 3- 5 compared to last year’s 2-6 record. This year, the team was victorious over schools which they had previously lost to by a small margin. The highlight of the season was a three match winning streak, as the girls defeated Cedar Crest College, for the first time in eight years of play, FDU, and Moravian College. Led by captain Ruth Gilbert, a sophomore, the girls displayed a great deal of individual talent. Marika Lindholm demonstrated particularly out- standing tennis as the number one singles player, along with Astrid Valentin and Eileen Canning. The team suffered the loss of Sharon Miller, who was out for the season with a broken finger. Losing only one senior, Sandy VanBuskirk, to graduation this year, many of the girls will return next year with the experience they have gained during the 1982 season. “We’re looking forward to a lot more progress next year with better competition on the sched- ule,” commented Coach Seagreaves. With the addition of more MAC schools to the team’s 1983 schedule, next year will prove to be a greater challenge. However, because the squad is young with a large number of returning veterans, the team should be able to meet next year’s chal- lenges head on. Sophomore Eileen Canning led the team with the best individual record. 104 First Row: . Horn, J. Katzenberg, J. Fierro, S. Miller. Second Row: M. Lindholm, A. Valentin, R. Gilbert, E. Canning, S. VanBuskirk. experience will be needed next year to stabilize a young Mule Squad. 105 TRACK AND FIELD The 1982 Muhlenberg Track Team began practice in late February with high hopes for a successful season. However, these hopes were not to be realized as Coach Bill Flamish’s Mules faced much adversity and finished with a 2-7 record. The team placed 11th in the Mid-Atlantic Conference championship meet. Some of the problems encountered by the tracksters included poor weather conditions, many personal injuries, and the loss of their home track due to the construction of the Muhlenberg Life Sports Center. This year, the team was led by senior tri-captains Pete Haugh, Jim McCormick, and Mark Springer. Haugh placed 6th in the MAC’S in the 110 meter high hurdles and was a member of the school-record setting 400 meter relay team. McCormick was a standout in the 1500, 5000, and 10,000 meter runs. He placed 5th in the Lehigh Invitational in the 10,000 in 33:34, and was also voted Players’ Player by his teammates at the conclusion of the season. Springer was a top performer in the javelin and placed 8th in the MAC’S. Other outstanding performances included Brad Erlenbach’s win of the MAC discus championship by throwing 138’11”, and his joint effort with sophomore Mason Avrigian to make the discus a perennially strong event for the Mules; and Hillel Katzeff’s record setting 200 meter run of 23.4 at the MAC’S. Bob Goodliffe set a school record of 52.09 in the 400 meter intermediate hurdles and the 400 meter relay team of Tony Yurko, Goodliffe, Haugh, and Katzeff ran a school record 44.61 at the conference meet. Next year’s team, led by co-captains Erlenbach and Goodliffe, should show marked improvement. — Jim McCormick Senior Tom Mextorf set a school record in the hammer-throw. Right: Coach Flamish is hoping the new Life Sports Center will help generate interest in Muh- lenberg track. Far Right: Brad Erlenbach will be re- turning to co-captain the team in 1983. 106 r- First Row: J. Kroninger, S. Persing, T. Yurko, D. Manhoff, J. Campbell. Second Row: M. Gudaltls, D. Lisan, K. Trenker, B. Erlenbach. B. Goodliffe, H. Katzeff. Third Row: K. Knott, Asst. Coach Haines, D. Hanke, M. Springer, J. McCormick, P. Haugh, T. Mextorf, R. Comeleo, J. Boggs, Coach Flamish. Senior High Jumper Randy Comeleo was a four-year track performer for the Mules Senior Javelin thrower Mark Springer was one of a trio of Mule Captains for 1982. Senior Hurdler Pete Haugh placed 6th in the MAC ' S while Sophomore Bob Goodliffe set a school record in the 400 meter intermediate hurdles. 107 WOMEN’S LACROSSE The clubs fourth season was characterized by the hard work and dedication of the members. The team played a varsity schedule and compiled an outstanding record of six wins and one loss. The team’s dedication is reflected in the extra work involved with carrying the goal cages to practice everyday, preparing the field for home games, and providing their own transportation to away games. The season’s schedule included the varsity teams of Lebanon Valley, Drew, Bryn Mawr, Chestnut Hill, Gwynedd Mercy, and Montgomery County Community College. Cedar Crest proved to be the toughest opponent as the only team to defeat Muhlenberg. The team was under the direction of coaches Rick Rizzoli and Chris Modlin, who worked in con- junction with co-captains and co-founders of the club, Sharon Hartline and Barb Schaetzle. Lead- ing scorers for the season were Barb Schaetzle with 14goals and Jane D’Lauro with 13 goals. The team boasted a particularly strong defense which allowed a total of only 29 goals in the season. Although this was the most successful season in the club’s history, the college president reject- ed a proposal to give the team varsity status. The Mules tenacious defense limited opponents to just over four goals a game. — Tammy Johnson Above: The squad goes through pregame warm-ups. Right: Barb Schaetzle was a leader both on the field ( 14 goals) and off the field (in support to make lacrosse a varsity sport). Muhlenberg Opponent 5 Lebanon Valley 4 6 DREW 2 11 Chestnut Hill 2 5 MONTGOMERY CCC 3 9 Gwynedd Mercy 4 3 Cedar Crest 5 7 BRYN MAWR 6 Won 6 — Lost 1 108 BS St SiiSSSS iSP Diane Hepp finds the going rough as she penetrates enemy territory. With the return of players such as Joan Mamola, the Mules are hoping to better their 6-1 mark. Coach Rizzoli discusses the game plan with co-captain Sharon Hartlme. 109 GROUPS r PHI BETA KAPPA — First Row: S. Kuzma, S. Yoder, T. Morrow, S. Hartline, L D’Alessio, A. Clearfield, P. Burns, B. Colatrella, G. Kauffman, D. Saldukas. Second Row: M. Seelagy, D. Hilbert, D. Leibensperger, C. Schwartz, H. Yeide, A. Teich, N. Hubbard, D. Kirschenbaum, C. Repsher, T. Grau, A. Rubin, S. Silverberg, R. Schwartz, R. Solomon, S. Levin. Above: Four years of hard work earned these PBK members their front row seats. Right: Curt Schwartz “studies " a documentation of his accomplishments. JOHN MARSHALL PRE-LAW SOCIETY — First Row: L. Giannini, C. Repsher, S. Michael, B. Stefani. Second Row: R. Schwartz, C. Mahla, R. Gallagher, K. Quinn, M. Avrigian, V. Lea, E. Alencewicz, B. McDermott, H. Kellis, P. Sockler. HIGH SOCIETY SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE JOURNALISTS — First Row: B. Kochka, E. Delisio. M. Glick Second Row: S VanBuskirk, C Repsher. BOTANY CLUB -First Row: Dr. Schaeffer, P. Eh- rig, L. Kozitsky, B. Sponsler, B. Doidge. Second Row: D. Stone, S. Fluck, D. Bergey, R. Comeleo, P. Padyk. Above: BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS CLUB — First Row: L. Theaman, B. Unger, J. Seibel, A. Licenziato, J. Heigl, F. Franzese, A. Koorbanoff. Second Row: S. Coslett, S. Janin, B. Sachau, G. Corkhum, W. Swatek, K. Rabke, S. Kowalski. B. Asarnow, R. Sayles, R. Vitolo, R. Morris, D. Kerson, K. Bennett. Below: COMMUNICATIONS — First Row: S. VanBuskirk, J. Schapiro, P. Farrell, E. Delisio, L. Gumina. Second Row: L. Lambert, N. Estebenez, D. Whittington, T. Jeske, S. Carter, M. Krones, H. Boren, C. Nathan. 112 EDUCATION SOCIETY — First Row: L. Winters, C. Bradtmiller, D. Innocenzi, D. Altseimer, J. Tichansky. Second Row: G. Rossi, L. Iacavone, K. Offerman, E. Benn, E. Canning, T. Landever, J. Michelman, A. Farber. ? MATH CLUB — First Row: C. Hartman, J. Redan, A. Farber, T. Ziering. Second Row: G. Miller, K. Bogart, M. Gudaitis, A. Futerman, S. Kimmelman, J. Meckwood. Above: SOCIOLOGY CLUB — First Row: A. Fried- man, C. Judson, L. Cordaro, J. Toner. Second Row: S. Smith, R. Oram, T. Johnson, E. Ahner. Left: PSYCHOLOGY CLUB — First Row: H. Schwartz, D. Nester, F. Marchak, T. Stockton. S. Miller. Second Row: K. Simonson, C. Corradi, M. Shanaman, J. Collison, S. Gagliardi, T. Palladino. Third Row: D. Brake. S. Shannon, P. Ehrig. B. Kramp. L. Crowe, J. Mini, L. Iacavone. 113 NO SPEEKA DA INGLISHE LE CERCLE FRANCAIS — First Row: L. Tarkan, J. Downey, L. Hodgkinson, M. McNaught, L. Nakisbendi, W. Bromleigh. Second Row: J. Giardinna, B. Svensson. T. Bormann, J. Burke, M. Roxberry, M. Frumer, L. Giannini. Third Row: Dr. C. Richards, D. Kaufman, S. Nebelkopf, I. Carricarte, J. Schupf, D. Risell, M. Estey, V. Basheda, H. Napolitan, L. Henning, Dr. J. Pearce. The King and his subjects ? Mark Frumer and friends during the french production of Le Petit Prince. DER DEUTSCH VEREIN — First Row: E. Zieger, D. Ferris, M. Hinkle, G. Schroeder, D. Kovach, K. May, B. Burnside. Second Row: K. Hahn, R. Belk, A. Exner, A. Miller, S. Fortkamp, A. Schlosser. Third Row: P. Fleck, K. Knott, G. Faras, P. Bach- mann, P. Ratzlaff, B. Macaluso. Above: ' 81 Graduate Bob Percy and Steve Heeger show a Russian visitor what Muhlenberg is all about. Below: “We never have party like this in Soviet Union!’’ Below: The Philosopher (Lois Hodgkinson) has little success educating Mr. Jourdain in Moliere ' s Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme. I FOILS FRISBEES AND FALLS FENCING CLUB — First Row: B. Klein, H. Yeide, J. Scaffidi, J. Oh, J. Bolanos, D. Megna, G. Faras, S. Cristol, C. Hopkinson. Seniors Dave Nester (left) and Tony Palladino (above) are two rea- sons why the FL YING SQUIRRELS UL TIMA TE FRISBEE CLUB became a reality at Muhlenberg. Right: SKI ASSOCIATION — J. Tichansky and L. Bair. Below: Todd Bassman tries to learn from experience, while Gus Pagonis (inset) already has. 115 A TOUCH OF CLASS Gentle persuasion and compromise marked the Class of 82 Executive Council meetings. CLASS OF ’82 EXECUTIVE BOARD — First Row: N. Oram, C. Nathan, M. Isabella, N. Riccardi, B. Colatrella, L. Ganzhorn. Second Row: B. Takesue, N. Hubbard, P. Almeida, J. Buza, C. Myer, M. Capobianco. Carol Myer, an Executive Council member, enjoys herself at a Senior Pub Nite. The Senior Class Pledge Drive, “Let ' s Make an Impression, ” led by Mara Sa- perstein (chairperson), Lisa Ganzhorn (Class President), Linda Samuels and Arlette Palo (Publicity), Greg Mader (Investments), and Sal Moffa (Canvass- ing) netted over $71,000, thereby ex- ceeding a $65,000 goal and setting an all-time high ' Berg record since the drives began in 1974. With the inclu- sion of the Lutheran Brotherhood “Im- pact ' ' policy, the Class of ' 82 is worth over $300,000. 1 16 Ramlah models at a fashion show sponsored by the International Students ' Association. THE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION — First Row: S. Yik, K. Raudibaugh, A. Choi, S. Bunyaraksh, R. Mohyuddin, M. Hsiao. Second Row: N. Strongylou, P. Fleck, K. Omidvari, B. Boachie, S. Mebrahtu, K. Williams, P. Hahn, N. Maqbool, B. Svensson. NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION — A. Hoffman, B. Selick, D. Yialamas, L. Weingrod, C. Stevens. NEWMAN ASSOCIATION — First Row: G. Wilkinson, M. DeGennaro. Second Row: L. Sutcliffe, D. Shapland, D. Sickinger, S. Whittier. Third Row: C. Campbell, J. Larkin, R. Knight. MUHLENBERG CHRISTIAN ASSOCI- ATION — First Row: J. Winner, L. Gian - nini, K. Wolbach, P. Kettles, Y. Roman. L. Luther, D. Nackie, L. MacNamara, J. Yenser. Second Row: K. Buckwalter, J. Rebman, G. Stransky, J. Scheirer, C. Magan, D. Heckert, R. Hendricks, J. Lee. C. Housel, J. Jubilee, L. Sutcliffe, B. Quay, H. Halik. Third Row: S. Teich, G. Zumberge, B. Moore, G. Shober, A. Ferris, S. Daubney, J. Levy, C. Nelson, G. Wilkinson, A. Pearson, D. Panozzo, R. Knight, A. Teich, G. Zumberge. J. Steigerwald, D. Kovach. 117 A SONG . . “The Candlelight Service provides a moment of serenity during the hectic end-of-semester rush. " W j mm, J9 The choir participated in the Baroque Festival, as well as other campus activities. “I know rehearsals are long, but does everybody need to be excused? " COLLEGE CHOIR — First Row: C. House , L. Sonnenschein, W. Ayers, H. Martin, E. Riker, N. Skahan, G. Kennedy, J. Winner, L. Tripolitis, W. Stough, L. Edge, E. Felbin, A. McKaig. Second Row: D. Hilbert, J. Kreider, D. Mackie, M. Mika, S. Van Zyl, R. Rosenfeld, S. Fortkamp, S. Teich, L. MacNamara, D. Maack, J Abrams, Dr. C McClain. Third Row: A. Teich, T. Marsh, K. Wolbach, D. Nagle, P. Fleck, J. Rebman, M. Habenicht, J. Friedman, R. Mason, S. Galt. Fourth Row: T. Havighurst, E. Chaban, C. Rogers, H. Colocott, K. Buckwalter, J. Mitchell, M. Magee. 118 The rock group “Amber " during a practice session in the C.A. INSTITUTION OF SOUND— First Row: J. Levy, A. Clearfield, J. Scaf- fidi. Second Row: D. Ely, J. Blueth, D. Mirch, J. Rowland. THE MUHLENBERG COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE. A 119 AND A DANCE . . The Muhlenberg College Dance Club is an extracurricular activity formed for the purpose of affording male and fe- male students an opportunity to learn principles of movement, to express their individual talents and choreogra- phy, and to become closely involved with a group in creating an annual dance concert. This year’s concert, “Dance ’82”, was a tremendous success. The fall se- mester was spent learning different techniques through weekly classes taught by the club officers, and guest instructors from the community. Spring semester yielded many hours of dancing, hard work, and enjoyment, in preparation for the April performance of “Dance ’82.’’ Prior dance training is not a prereq- uisite for membership; therefore, some of the sixty-five students were involved in their first dance experience and their first opportunity to perform on stage. Each of the participants made a significant contribution to the club, thereby creating a successful concert and an overall beneficial exper- ience. Some students contributed their dance knowledge and choreography. Other students contributed in areas such as organization, sewing, lighting, carpentry, and technical abilities. All of the members learned dance as a medium of self-expression and ener- gy which they transmitted to their au- dience and the college community. Lord Byron expressed the sentiments of the club when he stated: “On with the Dance, Let joy be unconfined.” -Elaine Light- DANCE CLUB — First Row: Mrs. C. Kunda, E. Light, C. Ricca, E. Stein, A. Palo, A. Goffman. Second Row: S. Fell, W. Yip, K. Fullam, S. Kane, E. Friis, C. Piel, L. Theaman, C. Donovan. Third Row: M. Shanaman, S. Ellefsen, H. Shaw, J. Ickovics, S. Witcher. Fourth Row: K. Simonson, S. Smith, S. Miller, D. Innocenzi, L. Gumina, C. Tartarian. Fifth Row: K. Furmark, L. Winters, J. Majors, J. Larson, A. Evanovich, J. Lar- kin, K. Werner, J. Jubilee. MUHLENBERG DANCE CLUB PRESENTS DfiOCG 82 PERfoRMANCES ApRil 16, 17, 1$, AT 8pM. Center For t e Arts Theatre $1 at tIte dooR Mark Shanaman leads the modern dancers against the ballerinas in West Side Story. 120 Above: Elaine Light choreographed and was featured in The Celebration of Victor’s Lament. Above Left: An avant-garde piece entitled The New Adventure was created by Kirsten Furmark. Left: Club President Arlette Palo still finds time to smile during vigorous dress rehearsals. Above: A birds-eye view of Pull It To the Bumper. Left: Andrea Carnevale co-choreographed the opening number. Work That Body. 121 Student Council hears the protest of Hillel President Jeff Homel to the presence of a P.L.O. speaker on campus. JOINT COUNCIL — First Row: L. Wade, M. Arnone, M. Cohen, K. Rubin. Second Row: A. Wright, D. Prisyon, R. Hartman, K. Leukien, M. Aaron, T. Albright, S. Hartline, K. Hanlon, D. Jenkins, G. Dugan, L. Farbstein, J. Huff, E. Zieger, M. Mullen, K. Silken. ORDER! You will not touch me!!! I am a Student Court justice. STUDENT COURT — First Row: H. Marcantoni, J. Katz, M. Avrigian, B. Levine, G. Cork hum, M. Kahn, B. Stefani, L. Samuels, K. Rabke, N. Maqbool, B. Ortelere, J. Oh, J. Unger. 122 ORDER! Above: General Pete sports the latest in Program Board balloons. Right: Dean Bryan regularly attends council meetings. PROGRAM BOARD — First Row: J. Schupf. A. DiChiara, K. Beal, S. Krawczuk, L. Henning, M. Farinella, M. Goffredo, J. Arnold. Second Row: B. Miller, S. Hoffman, R Berman, A. Teich, N. Hubbard, S. Teich, B. Brody, M. Cerone, J. Dunn. Third Row: D. Seamans, P. Nolan, L. Pagliarulo, L. Tarkan, T. Johnson, J. Downey, P. Farrell, K. May, J. Larsen, S. Bonasoni, P. Oswald, J. Geller, J. Salko. STUDENT COUNCIL — First Row: B. Unger, S. Michael, J. Wolff. Second Row: J. Nave, R Gelman, A. Weinstein, C. Kampf, S. Bonasoni, C. Santerian, R Schwartz, L. Fassberg. Third Row: A. Mader, C. Pierson, D. Pedicini, D. Berek, R. Berman, C. Bemeker, C. Corradi, J. Feeman, R. Farber, M. Costello, P. Fairchild. Left: Sue Michael reminds Nancy Hubbard and Caryl Corradi of the gravity of their responsibilities. 123 LOWER AND MIDDLE CLASSES Above: The Class of 84 exhibit at the ODK carnival helped us to understand man ' s ever-changing roles in his society. CLASS OF ’84 EXECUTIVE BOARD — First Row: L. Katz, H. Butler, B. Leiber, S. Cohn. Second Row: L. Fassberg, B. Unger, S. Janin, M. Rein. Third Row: I. Baron, R. Felfiner, D. Burk, C. Hopkinson, K. Kromash. CLASS OF ’85 EXECUTIVE BOARD — First Row: J. Winter, D. Ely, L. Armstrong, A. Black, A. Lussier. Second Row: M. Kobulsky, E. Stein, M. Frumer, A. Franzone. “Look, Mai No hands! . . . I ' m not doin’ anything, but I ' m not usin ' my hands, either!’’ m | 124 SERVICE WITH A SMILE RESIDENT ADVISORS — First Row: H. Bastidas, J. Winer, E. Eshelman, L. Molee. Second Row: A. Jordan, J. Katzenberg, A. Ivanovich, E. Light, S. Krawczuk, K. Silken. Third Row: T. Bormann, J. Marcantoni, M. Habenicht, B. Ochner, S. Loh, A. Tannenbaum, A. Wright. FIRST AID CORPS — First Row: R. Sterling, J. Arnold, D. Ferris, G. Kennedy, J. Redan, H. Kesselman. Second Row: A. Wydan, A. Bazanowski, C. Schnabl, T. Newkirk, R. Baker, T. Ziering, S. Garber, M. Sebetic, B. Norcross. CARDINAL KEY — First Row: T. LeVan, J. Schupf, C. Judson, B. Colatrella, E. White, L. Atwell. Second Row: A. Angilillo, D. Leonard, D. Artseimer, L. Tropin, L. Weidmann, J. Seibel, D. Higham. APO — First Row: B Shapiro. E Whitman, S. Miller, C Mahla, T. Landever, l . Marks, T. Morrow, S. Thompson, T. Albright. L. Luther. Second Row: L. Nakisbendi. D. Sanders, M. Miller, D. Wright, D. Pennoni, R. Rosenberg, L. Schwartz, J. Larkin, J. Robinson, T. Duffy, K. Raudibaugh. Third Row: J. Kotuby, R. Mignella, M. Cerone, L. Rocco, S. Feit, E. Kelner, G. Corkhum, K. Rabke, M. Leymeister, A. Choi, M. Cohn, N. Maqbool, G-. Woodruff, E. Gansle. B. Sprig, N. Carper, J. Arnold, R. Oram. POPULAR PROPAGANDA CIARLA — First Row: B. Colatrella, C. Kampf, A. Weinstein, L. Molee, S. Janin, A. Choi, K. Wolbach. Second Row: M. Ma- jewski, M. Capobianco, L. Tropin, S. Fluck, L. White, A. Higgins, M. Dengler , K. Rabke, N. Maqbool, D. Ambrose. Joe Sferrazza “ fine-tunes " WMUH. Right: WMUH — First Row: R. Miller, K. Rubin, R. Bellafatto, S. Agoratus, S. Mehbrahtu, M. Magid. Second Row: E. Delisio, N. Estebanez, J. Friedman, N. Never, J. Sferrazza, B. Kochka, D. Lehman, G. Kaufman, D. Greenspan. Third Row: M. Sims, E. Ems, S. Ellis, M Mullen, P Lipman, M. Krones, S. VanBuskirk, R. Friedman, T. Roykouff, S Carnevale, R. Shober, A. Ihringer. Fourth Row: B. Zacharias, R. Sayles, B. Purvis, I. Baron, E. Jensen, R. Frees. ■ ARCADE — First Row: D. Lehman, E. Buchanan, L. lacavone, B. Gross. Second Row: B. Ebling, K. May, D. Berek, L. Newbill. Third Row: L. Weingrod, K. Hontz, B. Siegelman. WEEKLY — First Row: B. Norcross, E. Jensen, R. Frees, S. Hoffman, K. Beal, C. Reinhart, M. Magee. Second Row: S. Friedman, L. Lerman, C. Campbell, G. Schroeder, M. Roxberry, J. MiLee, R. Trabert, T. Bormann, J. Crasner, P. Finke. Third Row: D. Kovach, K. Bennett, M. Glick, E. Delisio, B. Kochka, J. Kerr, G. Weidner, K. Bogart, D. Martyniw, J. Arnold. Fourth Row: C. Bernecker, C. Repsher, S. Nanovic, L. Wirth, M. Baum, S. Feit, S. Heacock, J. Katz, S. Labkoff, T. Morrow, V. Basheda, T. Jeske, J. McLarin, K. Cooney, S. VanBuskirk. 126 GAME ROOM — D. Stout . . . and C. Krencs Head Nurse P. Kimmel, R.N. 127 FOOD SERVICE — First Row: R. Hosage, L. Mendez, P. Gaul, H. Hlatky, S. Rupp, I. Relnhard, M. Werley, R. Neff, N. Nassar. Second Row: J. Roliz, D. Gaugler, J. Sandiford, D. Long, J. Reppert, D. Sofranko, A. Palco, M. Parker, T. Numbers, A. Franko, J. Kurutz, O. Davis, K. Grimm, J. King. Above: Clara Clicker (Jeanne Luccetti) clamps claws on clandestine desserts. Is she clairvoyant? Above Right: Hmmm . . . maybe there ' ll be something at the salad bar . . Right: The lightening-quick fingers of Hilda Cressmen cheerfully punch in an I D. number. t i 1 128 CAMPUS CONTROL ■ i m ■ Wcr Ml BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS — First Row: T. Cruz, R. Nester, B. Fetterhoff. Second Row: J. Marx, T. Weyer, J. Fritz, M. Lasko, A. Madain, A. Koch. Third Row: P. Ramus, I. Fusselman, C. Muthard, T. Ulrich, J. Demko, R. Martin, T. Messner, T. Kaplan, D. Herman. Officers Wentling and W.R. Smith. Officer K. Smith, and S. Wilhoit, Head of Security. HOUSE SWEET HOUSE BERNHEIM — First Row: R. Belk, G. Schroeder, E. Zeiger, D. Kovach, M. Hinkle, D. Ferris. Second Row: K. May, A. Schlosser, B. Burnside, K. Knott, S. Teich, A. Exner. EVE ELISABETH — M. Krones, J. Friedman, S. Cristol, C. Raia, E. Chaban, N. Hever, D McKinney, D. Kargman (drawing). Corinne Fryhle (below) — before her proposal for F.A. house was accepted . . . Cindy Cromer (below right) — after. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS — First Row: C. Cromer, S. Butler, C. Stravino, C. Fryhle, Y. Rolf. Second Row: S. Britt, M. DeGennaro, L. Matthews, W. Stough, R. Mohyuddin. Third Row: D. Maack, L. Newbill, B. Gross, D. Sickinger. HENRIETTA HOUSE — C. Nelson, J. Minieri, S. Bunyaraksh, J. Symonds, D. Egazarian, L. Wade, C. Schwartzbach, A. Ketler, A. Goffman, L. Cordaro, M. Jones, M. Hsiao, G. Zumberge. MILLERHEIM — First Row: J. Dearden, Sheba, S. Boehme, R. Morris, Second Row: S. Clelland, T. Grau. Third Row: J. DiPaima, C. Fernandez, J. Huff, R. Gelman, G. Stockfish. Fourth Row: P. Padyk, C. Kahn, S. Riuti, S. Kessler, I. Nevschatz. Below: Millerheim hosts a roast. Above: John Huff, a Millerheim resident. Below: " I ' m done. Anyone else want any? " A T Above: ATO ' s victory in the Greek Week drinking contest set off a frenzied celebration among the brotherhood. Below Left: Mickey Mottola had little trouble winning the arm wrestling competiti on. Below: Brian Sommerville licks his chops in anticipation of the pitch. Below Right: ATO lights the way for their pledges. First Row: R. Chamberlin, T. Schmidt, D. Nunziata. Second Row: S. Jaffa, M. Silver, G. Mader, K. Bogart, G. Miller, E. Turbak, M. Slater, G. Blumberg, M. Spatidol, B. Jones, K. Fiori, R. Guss, D. Newsome. Third Row: J. Esoda, J. Adler, J. Halladay, M. Avrigian, T. McGee, D. Cafiero, T. Bassman, D. Smith, J. Moffit, T. Ware, T. Mextorf, B. Doidge, R. Freydberg, M. DAnnucci, M. Campellone, R. LaDuca, R. Beneke, A. Lussier, B. Rizzo, J. Liberty. ( l Above: Bryan Siegelman and Gregg Blumberg jump rope for the American Heart Association. Below: Inseparable friends Andy Rubin and Jim Pezzi share a beer and a toga design. Jeff Finley puts U.S. Military strength on the line. 133 H PKT alumni road trip to the first home football game. Greg Fox, linebacker, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 134 First Row: J. Wolff, G. Wellins, N. Lombardi, M. Majewski. Second Row: B. Greene, S. Riuli, S. Ritardl, L. VanWess, J. Mathias, K. Cesta, B. Sproverio, G. Cocchiola, C. Viti, S. DiGregorio, J. Nave, S. Holzhauer, M. Abrams, J. Buza, S. Moffa, G. Christ, S. Loh, M. Battista, R. Jones, F. Morris, G. Fox. Third Row: C. Horton, B. Ochner, D. Oceanak, B. Merle, J. Sciancalepore, T. Doddy, N. Leno, M. Hiller, l . Lea, G. Haggerty, M. Spengler, B. Abeles, G. Greb, S. Santola. Above: Once again PKT bags a fine pledge class. Right: Jonesy has his own idea about who are the Greek Week Champs. Below Right: Fred and Nick plot Saturday night’s R. and P. Below: Thumper is a PKT tradition durings Tunks. 13 5 Above Left: Dave Hissey at the Canoe-a-thon for Cancer. Above: Kevin Connelly receives a commemorative paperweight from Allentown mayor Joe Daddona. Below Left: Ramon Deeb anxiously awaits the arrival of the new pledge class. Below Right: For Pete Finke and Mark Turgyan, it was an afternoon well spent at the Canoe-a-thon. 136 First Row: S. Clelland, A. Gyimesi, J. Blice, D. Rice, G. Schroeder, J. Keating, C. Lupiarello, R. Deeb, Second Row: J. Crasner, T. Hada, F Kuzmin, E. Ramadan, C. Modlin, R. Goldberg, K. Connelly, P. Spohn, K. Fox, R. Wayman, B. Stefani. Third Row: C. O ' Neill, J. Dearden, S. Woo drum, E. Boies, T. Williams, P. Finke, R. Morris, D. Krantz, S. Campbell, D. Jenkins, T. Newkirk, D. Wilson, B. Coll, P. Ratzlaff, D. Whittington. Fourth Row: C. Patrick, V. Kuzmicz, B. Zacharias, S. Kirsch, A. Forshay, B. Macaluso, A. Wasserman, S. Heacock, T. Kelley, M. Turgyan, S. Taylor, J. Scaffidi, E. Packet. Above: It may not be Venice, but a good time was had by Frank Kuzmin, Andy Wasserman and two friends from Cedar Crest. Below: The rapids of Lake Muhlenberg proved to be too much for Pete Spohn. 137 Above: The pledges cometh! Below Left: Seniors Seelagy and D ' Angelo hang back at the weightlifting competition. Below Right: Artie Peck and Anne Angiolillo strut their stuff at the Red Carnation Ball. 138 First Row: A. Cascardo, B. Campanale, M. Krause, E. Rasmussen, J. Price, B. Clark, J. Hager, J. Triolo, J. Petrach, J. Klocek. Second Row: T. Maxwell, S. Campbell, M. Seelagy, J. D ' Angelo, K. Koonjy, J. Dowling, H. Knoll, S. Eisdorfer, T. Schell, G. Brignola, P. Jarossey, P. Davey, V. Trenchitella. Third Row: P. Kautz, T. Koutoufaris, K. Gerstenfeld, B. Vitolo, P. Weldner, B. Hoff, F. Franzese, J. Edwards, K. Ruben, J. White, P. Smith, J. Bungerz. Fourth Row: D. Haverstick, K. Hughes, S. Lenz, J. Hinsch, M. Guccione, J. Gilbert. Above: Seniors Seidman, Hoff, Edwards and Jeske — one bag happy family. Left: “I never knew he could dance! " Below Left: Scott Lenz develops a mysterious case of lockjaw. Below Right: " How did we get ourselves into this? " 139 H dd n Above: Brains over braun — ZBT takes PKT in the Tug-O-War. Below Left: ZBT christens the pledge class. Center: Seniors Morrow and Kelner prepare for surgery. 140 First Row: J. Smith, J. Greenberg, N. Levine, E. Geehr, M. Duvall, S. Horowitz, P. Halper. Second Row: J. Itzkowitz, D. Tyler, B. Strober, E. Kelner, T. Morrow, S. Lubin, M. Tendler, S. Binder, R. Gelman, C. Kahn, K. Chwatek, M. Kadison, F. Goldberg, A. Kaplan, B. Levine. Third Row: L. Theodus, B. Distell, A. Gubernick, N. Rubenstein, S. Spandorfer, S. Spiro, R. Mendelson, R. Atlas, P. Zeitz, P. Roseman, R. Zamarin, L. Lerman, S. Kessler, D. Ebert, M. Kahn, E. Plotnick, Fourth Row: B. Johnson, A. Katz, D. Weber, A. Golub, J. Cohen, W. Sherman, M. Pressman, S. Spiel man, R. Bellafatto, K. Lazo f son, S. Feit. Above: The long march to brotherhood. Far Left: Elan and Mary Beth take a breather at the dance marathon for cancer. Left: Chris Kahn falls victim to the Campus Crawl. 141 GREEK WEEK ATQ Retains Trophy Greek Week 1982 at Muhlenberg proved to be both excit- ing and eventful. The tradition of a full week of fraternity competition was continued, although there were a variety of changes in rules and events. With the changes came a new drinking contest in which each house entered a team of six drinkers, who competed against each other. This proved to be the most popular change. Because of administrative con- cern, the campus crawl was limited to fraternity grounds. The runners had to complete the course twice, which made the event very challenging. Also, the annual “Greek Week Party’’ this year was made into a Toga party. This party attracted a great deal of interest, almost all who came wore a toga. An event which was absent for a few years but returned this year was the Greek-Faculty softball game. Unfortunately for the Greeks, the skill of the faculty pre- vailed and they won 11-10. The Tug-of-War event was tradi- tionally won by the team with the biggest and heaviest people; however, this year a weight limit of 1200 pounds was set for each team, which changed the expected out- come of the event drastically. Changes also occured in the Greek softball game through which the winning team earned points. A change in the tennis tournament made the event a bit shorter. With the full cooperation and participation on behalf of all the houses, Greek Week 1982 was a tremendous success. In all events the competition was extremely stiff with outstand- ing individual performances from each house. In the end, however, ATO emerged victorious. — Mason Avrigian Above: PKT ' s Nick Leno teamed with Tim Ryan to win the eating contest. Right: ATO ' s Brian Sommerville ran away from the competition in the campus crawl. Inset: TKE ' s Rich Siegel exhausted after his second place finish. Ray Beneke downs a “Bud " during ATO’s victory in the drinking contest. 142 Left: PKT ' s Chris Horton after winning the obstacle course. Above: ATO ' s Jim Pezzi dears a hurdle during the first leg of the course. Right: Greg Mader and Steve Adamo celebrate ATO ' s win over TKE in softball. Above: TKE ' s Kevin Woodbridge and PKT ' s George Shawah each won their respective divisions of the arm-wrestling competition. SPE ' s Jim Viola didn ' t fare quite so well. Below: Lynn Winters and Holly Shaw at the Greek Week Toga party. Zeus and Hera: MFC President Mason Avrigian with girlfriend Sandy. 143 ZBT ' s At Berliner was the winner in tennis. Jim Bryan ' s bat helped the faculty defeat the Greeks in softball 11-10. Mickey Mottola ' s keg toss of 37 feet was enough to give ATO the event. ATO won Greek Week but ZBT ' s and SPE’s efforts in the Tug-O-War were something to cheer about! 144 MUHLENBERG THE MEANING OF LIFE: Sue Altman seems to have forgotten that it ' s the pointy end of the pen that does the writing. Above: Ken Shulman is hard at work . . . while Lars Trod- son spends productive time in the reference section. Right: Careful, Dave! That stuff eats through human flesh! 146 BOOKS OR BEER? Left: Despite bad weather, the ATO pledge class singing debut was well attended. There are many extracurricular activities at Muhlenberg . . . despite the many reminders of our ever present workload . . . 147 From the Depths of Winter Come Visions of the Pleasures of Spring . . . When Girls Look Up to Sunny Skies As Guys Look Down and Fantasize. i 148 149 150 151 ODK CARNIVAL I Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leader- ship honor society, annually inducts a small number of Muhlenberg seniors and juniors who have exhibited leadership ability while achieving high academic standing. The main activity of the organization is the annual spring ODK Carnival, organized by senior members and junior pledges, for the benefit of some selected charity. This year ' s ODK carnival was held for the benefit of Meals on Wheels, a non-profit organization which pro- vides meals to the elderly, the disabled, and Other shut-ins. The 1982 carnival proved to Cindy Kampf seeks revenge in the form of Morris Cohen. be a huge success, raising $725.25 — the largest amount netted since the carnival tradition began at Muhlenberg. Each year, ODK asks all campus organizations to donate their time, effort, and talent in the creation of an individual booth. This year ' s response was excellent with numerous clubs providing refreshments, flowers, memorabilia, and games of fun and chance for a minimal fee. Some of the ODK carnival yearly “regulars” included Student Council’s pie throwing booth, the Ciarla’s picture sale, and the ODK pledges’ funnel cake sale. Great originality was also exhibited this year in the efforts of many organizations, especially in MTA’s production entitled “Compute a Song”. Another new and unique edition was “Darts and Dictators”, a game of chance created by ODK member Harry Yeide and sponsored by Free University. The festive spirit was further enhanced by music provided by Muhlenberg students, including seniors Yone McNally and Rich Knight, an ODK member. The carnival climaxed with the largest money raising annual event — the ODK auction led by Dr. Ralph Graber, the ODK faculty advisor. Highly demanded items included the trip to the library dome, the admissions house steak dinner for ten, and fall registration number one, to name a few. The ODK carnival not only provided an afternoon of sun and fun for those who attended, but also raised a significant sum of money for a very worthwhile charity. ODK member Andy Teich proved to be a popular target. 152 A “SONG ODK member Rich Knight and the MTA brought their own variety of music to the Carnival. 153 LOVE BOAT The Junior Prom By THE CLASS OF ’83 Doug Newsome and Michele Goffredo take a break from the crowded dance floor. Suzanne Britt gets some support from Pete Haugh and Byard Ebling. Advisor Irv Schmoyer and wife Jean cruise on the Love Boat ' 83. 154 I ■ BIG NAME PRESENTS Nov. 15 The Tubes Feb. 4 The Pretenders Feb. 24 The Outlaws The Tubes ventured from San Francisco to bring their west coast sound to Muhlenberg. The Pretenders ' Chrissie Hynde, the " Talkofthe Town " , brought her " Message of Love " to Memorial Hall. BIG NAME COMMITTEE — First Row: K. Rothman, D. Nester. Second Row: B. Unger, A. Tannenbaum, D. Whittington, N. Never, J. Hayes, M. Sadow, B. Sproviero. Left: Southern rock was on the agenda when the Outlaws rode into Memorial Hall. 155 WE l COME UHLENBERG COLLE CELEBRATE! ’82 and the people who made it all possible. So Byyaaard, will you stop already! " I would like to propose a toast to our guests and most importantly to ourselves, the members of the Class of ' 82, who know how to ‘‘Celebrate " in style. " — Lisa Ganzhorn, President i i 156 “Say you want a revolution!?’’ At this point, Mara will give the high sign to anything! and after a long evening of wining, dining, and dancing it ' s time to turn out the light: “She ' s a very kinky girl Flowers for a fine advisor and friend. 157 AN ENRICHMENT of AMERICAN DANCE “A Tribute To Nijinsky And Pavlova” October 4, 1981 - 8 p.m. QTARPTMP ALEXANDER GODUNOV AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE FORMERLY BOLSHOI BALLET 159 Muhlenberg Colie The Center for the Arts ww Fifteen members of the Lehigh Art Alliance will exhibit their work at the Muhlenberg College Center for the Arts January 24 - February 21 , 1 982 “Can You Spare a Dime?” Art of the WPA Era Muhlenberg College Center for the Arts February 28- April 6 W82 Moh Fri 10 5 Sat- Sun 12 8 nil : XORTII . ' ••! I- RlC.i.X IXniA.X Center for the Arts Muhlenberg College April IB - June 1 I, 11B2 APRIL 18 -MAY 23 Center for the Arts Muhlenberg College Reception for the Public on Sunday, April 18 from 2 4 pm. 160 Below: The Senior Exhibit featured a variety of work done by the seven studio art majors. Above: The Russian Musical Trio of Mark Peskanov, Alex Peskanov and Olga Rostropovich. Left: Students, faculty and area artists were called on for the opening of Art in Pursuit of a Smile. Above: Art of the WPA era’s Dismissal (1940) by Howard Taft Lorenz and God Bless America (1940) by Philip Reisman. 161 THE REVOLUTION A crowd estimated at greater than 350 students, faculty, and administrators jammed into the East Hall Quad on Friday, February 26, 1982, to hear a cry for attention from a group of frustrated students. Calling themselves the Roundtable, the students organized the rally to raise the consciousness of the student body and the Aministration to their dissatisfaction with many aspects of the College governance structure and recent administration decisions. Complete coverage in the local press brought considerable attention to the questions raised by the students, who afterwards gathered for a series of breakfast meetings with President Morey and his staff. After distributing the Manifesto to most members of the college community, the group chose a few of its core leaders to speak at the demonstration. Ettinger, classes, and the dorms buzzed for a few days in anticipation of the outburst, which brought to mind memories of the 1980 Happy Hour Rally, which dealt with many of the same issues. Bill O’Shaughnessy was the first speaker to address the cheering crowd from the third floor F-Hall balcony, beginning his remarks just as the Beach Boys’ “Student Demonstration Time’’ faded out on a blaring stereo. He was followed by Steve Lally, Harry Yeide, Sharon Hartline, Chris Modlin, Laura Wheeler, and Sue Michael, each of whom raised a series of problems, including women ' s lacrosse, administration " deaf ears,” censor- ship, and a lack of effective and meaningful participation in the governance of the College. The group’s plan to poke fun at the administration was foiled when the projector set up to screen a Bugs Bunny cartoon (in lieu of the prohibited “Deep Throat”) froze in the chill evening air. The student leaders were generally pleased with the outcome of the rally. The student body became more aware of the prob- . lems it faced. The Administration took positive steps to correct some of its inadequate past responses, and to ensure that these inadequacies would not be repeated. The faculty, in an historic move late in the semester, saw fit to give students the right to vote on their committees, a significant step toward more mean- ingful inclusion in the college governance system. All members of the Muhlenberg College community benefited from the exper- ience. , J5 — Bill O’Shaughnessy Top Left: Student leaders spoke out strongly on administrative problems exciting a fervent reaction from a supportive crowd. Above: Dean LeCount was the main subject of criticism. Right: The complaints of concerned students attracted the attention of administrators like Dean Bryan. 162 PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST During November, Free University and the International Affairs Club offered Muhlenberg College an opportunity to learn about and ponder one of the world’s most pressing problems in the series “Peace in the Middle East.” Professor Phil Akre, an expert on middle eastern politics, led off the series with a discussion of the roots of the ongoing struggle in the Middle East, explaining why both the indigent Arabs and Jewish settlers feel they have legitimate Nationalist claims to the same land. On November 1 1 , Mr. Hassan Rahman, the second-ranking diplomat at the Mission of the Palestine Liberation Organization to the United Nations, described the Palestinians’ feelings to a full house in the CA theater. Despite fears of disruption, the Muhlenberg community handled its frequently passionate feelings admirably. Mr. Nimrod Barkan, vice-consul at Israel’s consulate in Philadelphia, finished the series, describing Israeli views on peace and responding to some of the PLO claims. The series was quite valuable. Those attending were able to view the Middle East conflict through eyes other than those of the American media. This proved to be enlightening as both the Palestinian and Israeli views were heard without the objectionable aspects of either being free from probing questions, nor the appealing positions of either remaining unheard. — Harry Yeide OTlLlMfetfeG COLLIGI Mr. Phil Akre. Mr. Nimrod Barkan. Above: Dr. Sorensen and Andy Teich field questions from the audience. Left: INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS CLUB: First Row: L. Frank, A. Goff man, Y. McNally, P. Spath, J. Scaffidi. Second Row: J. Western, M. Sebetic, C. Bernecker, H. Yeide, C. Repsher, G. Schroeder, Dr. Sorensen. 163 Festival Of The Arts 1982 Festival ' 82 was a smashing success this year with the very talented Ella Fitzgerald performing before an adoring audience in our own Memorial Hall. Ms. Fitzgerald, cele- brated jazz vocalist, climaxed the show with her all-time hit “A-Tisket, A-Tasket” as well as many other favorites. But Ella was not the only highlight of this year’s cultural event of the season. Festival was very proud to sponsor pulitzer-prize winning novelist John Barth as he present- ed an open workshop and lecture on his latest novel planned to be released in May, 1982. Nationally reknowned poet, John Ashbery, gave a read- ing and workshop, too, as Festival ' 82 provided poetry as well as prose. Also, abstract artist Les Levin made a guest appearance as lecturer, while Julius Tobias provided the college with a life-size maze on which the student body was invited to express itself — the result . . . graffiti ala Tobias. The maze was simply “a-mazing” as everyone joined in the “second coating " of this remarkable sculp- ture piece. Last but certainly not least, Festival proudly hosted the controversial movie director, Emile deAntonio as this month-long cultural experience came to a close. Having directed such films as Point of Order, Painter’s Painting, and In the Year of the Pig, the famous deAntonio was invited to answer questions on these three films which were shown to the college and general public. — Helen Boren First Row: E. Detisio, H. Boren, S. Altman, M. McKee, E. Canning, K. May. Second Row: S. McCall, D. Whelan, M. Krones, J. Norris, B. Asarnow, S. Galt, S. Kuzma, L. Weingrod, S. Clark, R. Trabert, M. Greenwald, A. Weinstein. Top: Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Jazz, brought her trio to Memorial Hall for a memorable evening of song. Center: Poet John Ashbery offered a number of selected readings from his recent works. Right: Artist Les Levine related the impact of social and political influences in his field. Above Left: The Princeton Ballet Society performed for a packed house in the Center for the Arts. Above Right: Readings from the novels of author John Barth opened the festival calendar. Left: Tuch Fexas, the installation of sculptor Julias Tobias, expressed the relationship between sculpture and surrounding space. 1 1 I SPECIAL EVENTS MUHLENBERG’S ROYAL WEDDINGS Hamilton Jordan was married to Dorothy Allen, a native of Allentown, on December 12, 1981 at the Muhlenberg College Chapel. Kurt and Laura, Admissions House staff members, were wed at Muhlenberg on Mav 15 1982. 7 ’ ! 166 1 The architectural design of the Life Sports Center was done by Wallace and Watson, and it was built by Alvin Butz Construction. The " Laying of the Cornerstone " Ceremony was attended by Bruce Epstein ‘63, Truman Koehler ‘24, Morris Greth ‘22, Sam Cooperman ‘33, George Feldman ‘21, and John Dietrich ‘35. THE LIFE SPORTS CENTER 167 . The Muhlenberg Theater Association has grown into the most successful and re- a spected production company in the Lehigh Valley. In the fall of 1978, the newly reorganized MTA - a synthesis of several smaller theater groups on campus - staged A % Our Town, the first production under the direction of Charles Richter. The show was m _m nominated to participate in the American College Theater Festival. The spring musical, M % Anything Goes, solidified Muhlenberg ' s reputation. The 1979-80 season saw the hiring hL w of Technical Director Designer Curtis Dretsch and the finalization of plans for the new y Drama Major. In the fall of 1980, Spring A wakening became the second production sent to the American College Theater Festival by MTA. The summer of 1981 was the first season of the Muhlenberg Summer Musical Theater Festival, a full-scale summer stock company composed of students, faculty, alumni and townspeople. At the same time, Technical Director Donald Holder began his work with MTA. The 1981-82 season has been a busy one. In addition to the four plays and two operettas that comprised the regular schedule, MTA co-sponsored a campus-wide Christmas party in the theater, with the help of WMUH, Program Board and the Jazz Band. MTA members also participated in the opening reception of the Art in Pursuit of a Smile exhibit and the Psycho-Socio Drama group began working in conjunction with Planned Parenthood. In addition to Mr. Richter, Mr. Dretsch and Mr. Holder, credit for a very succcessful year must go to guest directors Melody James, Jeff Weiss and Pam Berlin, and to the MTA Board: Steven Laily, Organizational Coordinator; Nancy Miller, Artistic Director; John McNamara, Technical Director; Gene McElwee, Front of House Director, and Geri Kennedy, Special Productions Director. First Row: J. Schupf, G. Kennedy, A. Kenner, S. Lally, M. Murphy, N. Miller, M. Sims. Second Row: J. Mitchell, S. Olsen, M. Nuwaysir, P. Fairchild, C. Morre, R. Oram, D. Barrett, S. Moskovitz, J. Levy. Third Row: L. Gianini, D. Whelan, T. Brandecker, S. Galt, J. Norris, J. Friedman, C. Rogers, E. Steihert, D. Murch. Right: ALPHA PSI OMEGA — First Row: C. Moore, N. Miller. Second Row: C. Rogers, D. Whelan, S. Lally. “Ladies and gentlemen, KMTA presents ‘A Century of Progress’ ...” It sounds like an old radio show, but it was actually the introduction to MTA’S production of David Mamet’s The Water Engine. Guest directed by Melody James, the show was a success in all theatrical areas. Adam Kenner and Dave Lyons kept the audience amused with a pre-show warm-up. In addition to jokes, the emcees raffled off a turkey to an audience member at each performance. Thus the entire audience was transformed into a studio audience. Several students made their MTA debuts in the show, and demonstrated their talents wonderfully. Neil Hever, as the leading character, performed a convincing Mr. Lang. He gained the sympathy of the audience because two evil men were trying to steal his plans for a water-powered engine. However, the plans were safe with a neighborhood boy, who received the plans by mail. Steve Lally performed well as “Mr. Happiness ' , a 1930s advice columnist. His advice to the lovelorn and unhappy was touching, yet amusing. Although one knew the letters were fantasy, the advice could easily be applied to reality. The columnist even included confidential information, which drew many chuckles from the audience. The show, a blend of surrealism and melodrama, was enjoyed by many. by David Mamet [ A dazzling melodrama in the style of the great 1 9.30 ' s radio plays. The Water Engine tells the gripping story of a young man who invents an engine that runs on water, and the dark forces that try to steal the patent The Lehigh Valley premiere of a play by one of America ' s finest playwrights. September 25, 26, 27 at 8 pm September 27 at 2 pm Above Left: Charles Lang (Neil Hever) discusses his controversial water engine with Mr. Gross (John Spera- dakos), a seedy patent law- yer. Above: Two thugs (Adam Kenner and Craig Raia) search for Charles Lang (Neil Hever) by questioning a local shopkeeper (Bob Debbs). Left: Dave Lyons and Adam Kenner warm up the radio audience at the studios of KMTA. 169 : the by John Millington Synge “An Evening of Opera in English” was the joint production of MTA and the Muhlenberg Opera Group. The first operetta was Riders to t he Sea by Vaughan Williams, based on the play by John Millington Synge. The production boasted the talents of Mertine Johns, a mezzo- soprano who has performed with symphonies and in opera companies throughout the coun- try. The unusually haunting score of this pro- duction also benefited from the presence of 1980 graduate Patrice Young and sophomore Linda Tripolitis. Gilbert and Sullivan’s early work Trial by Jury was the second production. The show was filled with the wild and satiric humor that reached its peak in their later, more famous operas. Highly amusing and entertaining per- formances were exhibited by Tessa Lang as Angelina, Ed Chaban as the Defendant, Neil Hever as the Learned Judge, Eric Boies as the Counsellor, and Jon Friedman as the Usher. Mertine Johns mourns the loss of her family. I Above: The banshees’ wailing precedes another death. Right: Maurya (Mertine Johns) annoints her dead son (Jeff Gilbert) while Linda Tripolitis mourns. 170 The Usher (Jon Friedman) leads the jury in showing impartiality. The Defendant (Ed Chaban) can ' t understand what all the fuss is about. The Learned Judge (Neil Hever) reviews a fine point of the law with Melanie Mika. Ed Chaban (The Defendant) looks on with trepidation. 171 ■ 4 Oh! __ What a Lovely War. By Joan Littlewood and the Theatre Workshop, London, Oh, What a Lovely War! is a musical revue about World War I. The script was written from actual war records and transcripts compiled by Joan Littlewood and the Theater Workshop in England during the sixties. The show had a limited run on Broadw ay during the Vietnam War. MTA’s production was fast-paced and flashy in the irreverent style of the British music halls at the turn of the century. The cast was cos- tumed in Pierrot outfits which gradually changed into uniforms as the show pro- gressed. Music, comedy, drama, special ef- fects and slide projections from the original production were blended together in this multi- media presentation. The show’s timely anti-war sentiments will not be forgotten by those who were lucky enough to see it. The cast was exceptional: the particularly unforgettable performances in- cluded Neil Hever as the master of ceremo- nies, Steve Lally’s hilarious drill sequence, John Norris as the snooty Sir John French, the memorable Christmas scene at the end of the first act, Geri Kennedy’s moving rendition of “Keep the Home Fires Burning’’, and the music hall numbers of Eric Boies, Christa Lofgren, and Dorothy Shapland. A Serbian spy (John Norris) describes the assassination of the Archduke white an Austrian spy (Steve Lally) takes notes. Below Left: The Allies confer at the outset of the war (J. McNmara, D. Sabeh, J. Norris. N. Hever, D. Girton, D. Lyons). Below Right: Eric Boies performs the satirical number “I Wore a Tunic”. Oh!— What a _ Lovely War... ft: Emcee Neil Hever sings " Row, row, w, " the opening number of " Our Little errot Show. " Above: Christa Lofgren es a rousing rendition of " Belgium rut the Kibosh on the Kaiser. " Left: Doug Griton and Cindy Cromer dance in the opening number. Above: The Irish Brigade is trapped in " No Man ' s Land.” Si { 173 ■4 Last Gasps began in February of 1981 as a senior project for drama majors Suzanne Geiger, Neil Hever, and Steven Lally. Before the end of the se- mester, interviews were held to determine the other members of the cast. After the actors were picked, the play was written. Four-time Obie award winner, Jeff Weiss, a native of Allentown and noted off- Broadway actor author, worked on the play from April to October. The cast was assembled for the first read-through in the beginning of November. From that time until opening night, February 4, 1982, scenes were added, lines were dropped, and songs were choreographed. Last Gasps dealt with many controversial issues — drug abuse, homosexuality, cult religions, mind control, and others. However, the play ' s two major themes transcended any material that might have been considered vulgar. The influences of the media on our lives and its effects on our sense of reality were dealt with in the structure of the play. More central was the theme of selfishness versus concern for others, a conflict that was reflected in the fate of each of the characters. The production was sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation — the only other educational institution which can claim this honor is the Yale School of Drama. The show boasted impressive performances from all concerned. Last Gasps was a unique exper- ience in every respect. Above: Ira Lieberman (Steve Lally) begs for more time to manipulate the Gehrhardt family for the wicked Dr. Worst (John Norris). Right: A group of out-patients plucked from the cement benches on the Hamilton Mall (Cindy Cromer, Derval Whelan, Shelly Wilkes, Wendy Stough, Corinne Fryhly, Debra Barrat). Eugene Gehrhardt (John Speradakes) picks up a hot number (Malinda Kuhns played by Gwynne Gorton) during Act I of Last Gasps. 174 The Gehrhardt family takes a trip to the Farmer ' s Market during Act I of Last Gasps (Pictured Christa Lofgren, Steve Lally, Eric Boies). Far Left: Connie Gehrhardt (Neil Hever) reads intimate confessions from his diary about his first infatuations. Bruna Gehrhardt (Sue Geiger) experiences the pain associated with Christmas during the song “Only Christmas Can Really Drag Me Down " . Left: The three neat guys (Eric Boies. Neil Hever, Craig Raia) extol Malinda Kuhn ' s (Gwynne Gorton) virtues in the song “She ' s the Girl What ' s Got It AH " 175 By Moliere “Words, words, words!” are difficult in describing MTA’s wonderful production of Moliere’s Tartuffe. The play, a satire on religious hypocrisy, was first produced in 1664. The play created great controversy in the society, and was banned by Louis XIV. It was finally produced successfully in 1669. The play was part of the Baroque Festival at Muhlenberg during first semester. The student actors mastered the language of the peri- od, but the men ran into some difficulty when first re- hearsing in long, flowing wigs. The costumes and wigs, designed by guest artist Pierre DeRagon, were a pleasing and different addition to the Muhlenberg stage. The set, skillfully designed by Curtis Dretsch depicted a French household of the 16th century. Jon Norris’ convincing portrayal of the evil Tartuffe had the audience despising his deviousness. Monsieur Orgon (Dr. Richard Kimball) was the main victim of Tar- tuffe’s religious hypocrisy, and his stupidity drew sympa- thy for his family from the audience. Finally, Orgon’s wife (Elmire, played by Cynthia Cromer), convinces Orgon of his blindness through a devious game of her own. The turmoil within the family is resolved, Tartuffe is arrested, and the play ends happily. The audiences probably will best remember Flipote’s (Derval Whelan) eating antics. However, all of the actors played their roles well, and all will be remembered and praised. Below: Monsieur Orgon (Dr. Richard Kimball) contemplates the fate of his daughter. Inset: Dorine (Christa Lofgrine) confronts Marianne (Gwen Gorton). Cleante (Steve tally) listens attentively to Tartuffe. 176 Above: Tartuffe (Jon Norris) spouts his immoral religious philosophy. Below Left: Tartuffe ' s servant (Laurence Lerman) goes to great lengths to please his master. Below Right: Cleante (Steven Lally) berails Tartuffe (Jon Norris) for his hypocritical religious ideals. Excitement filled the air on Saturday. Oc- tober 31, for yet another chapter of the annual alumni pilgrimage to Allentown, com- monly known as Homecoming From early morning, Program Board, under the direc- tion of President Nancy Hubbard busily transformed Muhlenberg field into the elec- tricity of a small town carnival Balloons, bal- loons, and still more balloons adorned the bleachers. As the alumni enthusiastically greeted old friends and faculty while feasting on the tra ditional tailgate picnic at the Center for the Arts, the 1981 Mules were intensely prepar- ing to battle the Red Devils of Dickinson Col- lege. As the 2 00 kickoff time approached, a capacity crowd had gathered for the festivi- ties The tightly fought first half wound down with the Mules ahead. Halftime festivities commenced with a colorful halftime show and was followed by the presentation of the Sidney G. Weikert Sophomore Athlete of- the Year Award to quarterback third base man Gary Greb The suspense then mount- ed as the Homecoming Court was ceremo- niously chauffered to midfield to await the presentation of the 1981 Homecoming Queen, Becky Zuurbier Joan Triano. the 1980 Homecoming Queen crowned Bec.ky as the crowd applauded The second half proved to be just as in tense as the first half The Mules, clinging to a five point lead withstood a futile Dickinson rally and were able to preserve a 12 7 victo ry. sending the large gathering home filled with contentment A post game reception at the C enter for the Arts hosted by President and Mrs Morey, provided the alumni with a chance to relax with good food and drink This capped off an action filled after noon and primed the alumni tor an evening performance of Mo Here ' s " Tartuffe ' by the Muhlenberg The ater Association An enjoyable evening brought an end to the long day and success fully closed the book on another Muhlenberg Homecoming Edition 1981 and left the alumni and the Class of 1982 anxiously awaiting perhaps even b gger and better things next year W0mm PI Warm Ups Above: An alumnus ' son favored a balloon over the game. Above: Chris Horton and Mike Hiller coordinate their timing. Below: Unidentified ' Berg students flash the game plan. Below: Even Brenda needs some practice. The Mules limber up tight muscles. Above: The band tunes up for their opening number. Right. Freshmen Sam and Jon learn that alumni come in all shapes and sizes. Below. The pom-pom girls practice their halftime routine Below: Saturday ' s line-up of drivers. Left The offense discusses the next senes of downs Below The pom pom girls opened the halftime festivities Above Frank Marine presents the Weikert Sophomore A thlete-of- the-year award to Gary Grab Right Victory Mutes — Good luck Below Nancy Hubbard m .Program Board President Mtmounmd the 1931 bused Last year ' s queen, Joan Triano, with escort Gerry Fahy. The Homecoming Court: Carolyn Judson escorted by Matt Isabella, Linda Jaye Molee escorted by Walter O ' Brien Becky sheds Debbie Shirk escorted by Jo and Nina Riccardi escorted by Steve Heeger Our queen, Becky Zuurbier, escorted by Chip Morrow, enjoys another happy moment Have A Drink Gatorade is the only drink allowed on the field. Seasons Greetings from Mookie and the Boys. | I i — , — _ A boy, a girl end some mistletoe Above: M A $ H Games to the " Berg, i Here in their natural element, Where you ' ll most likely find The Senior Class of characters Our buddies; yours and mine Their snapshots tell their stories From athletics to the dorm Starkly revealing photos Of peers swaying from the norm From tiny idiosyncrasies To a major quality Each picture In its own way Reeks of senior frivolity They gather In combos, in duos or a cluster and each graduating grin never lacks luster Presenting the class of ' 82 Caught hamming and mugging Posing or doling or just staring and hugging These are the senior informals Candids of our bunch Think you really know your classmates? You haven , t got a hunch , , , . Nina Rlccartfi Left Good Morning, Kevin Below Left Paul. Ramlah and Samson enjoy a relax- ing evening at the snack bar. ) n Elaine enjoys an evening without pass - key. The little girls on Santa s lap are Tiny and: Slim. For Jaye. “There ' s never a dull moment " as Brown’s head R.A. Above The only suite in Brown Left Once again. Brown produces a Homecoming Queei Becky Zuurbier Above: Members of First Floor Brown South Country Club. Below: Little Red Riding Hood, Tessa, was stalked by many a wolf on ' Berg campus. Three Roman beauties ? Below: Helen strikes a familiar pose behind the Union desk. Lisa and Brenda, Class President and Vice-President, supported each Other throughout the year. Che bella faccia mia piccola Giannina. Above; What goes up ... . Below: And now. it ' s " Mif ertirne " , Live from WMUH It ' s Dave Whittington. Above: Corset a little too tight, Derval? Below: We have ways of making you talk. Above: Fireside chat with Sieve Laity Right: Never discusses the size of his , . . water molecule. Above; The fiip-side of Neil Never. Left: " The Rockettes " ? Below: Oui! OuH Below: Constant companions: Tony and Anne. Below: MacGregor Village 105B: Sluggy. Biz , Suze. and Hens. Below: Chris and Sharon " bench out " in the park. Jennifer and Lisa take time to pose. Left; Cheese and Sssal discuss Sssaturday night ' s game plan. Frankie “O ' Above: So close, but out of touch. Below: The Kicker who catches reflects on the game. Above: Predator and Prey. Below: Suave and debonair — the mercedes or John ? Above; Thank you sir, may l ham another? Below: “Who starched -them punts.” Right: MCI cuts the cost on George ' s hometown honey calls. Above: Christ appears in Meadowlands Right: Jack in the box. E Above: Harry goes off to war. Below: Fvaiynn — smiling as always. Above: Jan enjoys a fall day. Below: Jody tips her hat to senior year, Sue and Spencer pay a final tribute to Gen. Chem. Above: Bagel Bnmeh in MacGregor Village. Storing food for the winter ? Below; Dan plays around. Karen exhibits perfect form. Left: Mades makes a point, as Bobby D. bangs on to every word. Above: A warm day, a fatigued mind, and thoughts of blowing off class. Left: Steve and Jot share a drink and a smile. The Halrbears befriended grizzlies from the cave. Above; A bear here, a bear there, everywhere a hairbear. Left; Anne, the dancing bear. unit Nuts hunting for squirrels? Rich Knight — the thinker. Looking over peoples ' heads was never a problem for Andy. Below: Tom and Bob: Friends, Room- mates, Drinking Buddies. Billy O ' : Newman Assoc. President, MFC President, and Student Council Rep, — a pillar o f stability. MUHLENBERG COLLEGE ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Reverend Paul L. Brndjar addresses the Class of 1982. Below: “Halfway there. " NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-TWO “Some of us just have to have the best. 21 Above: “Get the pin put of my chest, please! ' ’ Right: The Class of 1982 provided corsages end boutonnieres for ai! s the graduates, Above: ‘At least it keeps the rain out of my face, " Left; “You would think a college gra- duate would be able to dress himself, " Above: “But I want to be number 91! " Left: Aloha! " Our class has been successful in helping this Muhlenberg Communi- ty grow and prosper in the past four years. We have been the leaders In all aspects of student life for at least the past 2 years, and although I ' m sure they’ll muddle through without us, our enthusiasm and talent will be missed. “ -Bill O ' Shaughnessy 7 describe myself as an intellectual pessimist and an emotional optimist. If you ask me to bet the family fortune, will we in the United States make it or not make it, I will bet against us,.. On the other hand, I guess maybe because of nature , but partly because I see lots of positive signs around our economy in people like yourselves, t think we can make It and your task Is to make it happen, " -Lester G, Thu row " We have some very special people to thank ... If our parents will please stand — this is. to let you know we thank you and we love you. " •Lisa Ganzhorn. Above: Graduation evokes mixed feelings. Right: A sea of photographers swarm around the graduates. Below: Bill Jones recieves his degree admist a tremendous round of applause. Cindy Scarpa searches the bleachers for familiar faces. Above: A graduation chorus line. Right: " Hey, I know you. " Above: Michelle Querques is all smiles on graduation day. Above: “Hey Paulie, Take a hike. ' ' Left: " Look out world - Here I come! " Above: The future appears rosy for the class of 1982. Left: A final moment of reflection. SENIOR DIRECTORY MICHAEL AARON 45 Saratoga Drive Jericho. NY 11753 B.S. Natural Science Residence Hall Council, President; WMUH; Soundwave Coor- dinator; Tour Guide; Student Host Program; Hillel; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, House Manager STEVEN J. ADAMO 4 8th Street Fairview, NJ 07022 8 S. Mathematics Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Vice-President, Rush Chair- man, Social Chairman; Football; Lacrosse; Intramurals; Ski Club; Math Club JONATHAN ADLER 1 Teapot Lane Smithtown, NY 11787 B.S. Natural Science Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Alpha Phi Omega; Spanish Club; Weekly; Lacrosse; Intramural s; Hillel STEVEN ANTHONY AGORATUS 740 Ocean Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301 B.A. History WMUFI; Nite Owl; Social Issues Club; Class of 1982 Executive Council EVALYNN L AHNER Box 442 A RD 3 Lehighton, PA 18235 B.A. Sociology Anthropology Club; Sociology Club, Secretary; College Choir; Intramurals PAMELA M. ALBIN 2 Maple Lane Lake Hiawatha. NJ 07034 B.A. Accounting GERALDINE ALLEGRA 59 West River Road Rumson, NJ 07760 B.A. Spanish Business and Economics Club; Joint Council, Hall Represen- tative; Intramurals PAULA M. ALMEIDA 10 Roosevelt Street Nutley, NJ 07110 B.S. Biology Tour Guide; Ciarla; Class of 1982 Executive Council DONNA ALTSEIMER 20 Patricia Road Holland, PA 18966 B A. Psychology Elementary Education Education Society, President; Field Hockey; School Mascot; Cardinal Key DAVID AMBROSE 150 W. High Street Bound Brook, NJ 08805 B.A. Art Ciarla, Co-editor, Art Editor; Class of 1982 Executive Council ANNE LISETTE ANGIOLILLO 5 Old Farm Lane Hartsdale, NY 10530 B.S. Biology Cardinal Key Society; Tour Guide; Intramurals; Weekly KENNETH E. APPENZOLLER 18 Hartwig Place North Haledon, NJ 07508 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Business and Economics Club; Soccer; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Comptroller JAN ARNOLD 49 Brookside Drive Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 B.A. Art First Aid Corps, Secretary Treasurer; Outing Club, Treasur- er; Program Board; Alpha Phi Omega; Rifle Squad; Weekly; Ciarla; Choir; Class of 1982 Secretary Executive Council PETER N. BACHERT 30 Christy Drive Warren, NJ 07060 B.A. Economics DIANNA JEAN BAILEY Box 393 RD 3 Lincoln Road Birdsboro, PA 19508 B.A. Psychology LOUISA B. BAIR 1106 Malvern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21204 B.A. Art Ski Club; Art Club MITCHELL BRUDE BAUM 21 Cambridge Place Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 B.A Business Administration Accounting Weekly, Sports Editor, Editorial Assistant; Hall Representa- tive; Intramurals REBECCA ANNE BELK 32 President Avenue Rutledge, PA 19070 B.A. German German Club, Secretary Treasurer; Recorder Group; Chapel Choir RALPH J BELLAFATTO 201 Morrison Avenue Easton. PA 18042 B.A. Political Science WMUH; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity KAREN PHYLLIS BENNETT 8 Bunker Hill Drive Englishtown, NJ 07726 B.A Accounting Business Administration Weekly, Copy Editor; Omicron Delta Epsilon, Secretary; Busi- ness and Economics Club; Intramurals DANIEL L. BEREK Old Army Post Road Morristown, NJ 07960 B.A. History Arcade, Editor; Student Council Representative; Anthropolo- gy Club LISA ANN BERGER 1263 Stackhouse Mill Road Newtown Square, PA 19073 B.A. Psychology Psi Chi; Transfer Orientation and Advising; Free University DAVID BERGEY 30 W. School Street Hatfield, PA 19440 B.S. Natural Science Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, House Manager, Senior Mar- shal ERNEST P. BERGMANN II 37 Harrison Avenue Morris Plains, NJ 07950 B.A. Business Adminis tration Muhlenberg Theater Association; Alpha Phi Omega KEVIN D. BOGART 18 Roosevelt Avenue Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034 B.S. Mathematics Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Math Club; Weekly, Sports Edi- tor; Intramurals HELEN JILLIAN BOREN English Village Bldg. 7 C-5 North Wales, PA 19454 B.A. Business Administration Communications Festival of the Arts, President, Treasurer; Tour Guide; Fresh- man Advisor; Cardinal Key; Hillel; Weekly CINDEE RAE BRADTMILLER 500 North Union Street Middletown, PA 17057 B.A. Psychology Education Society, Treasurer; Hall Representative; Intramur- als DAVID A. BRAKE 26 Deer Run Drive Bridgewater, NJ 08807 B.S. Biology Outing Club; Frisbee Club; Nite Owl; Environmental Coalition Action; Psychology Club; Anthropology Club THOMAS G. BRANDECKER 15 Pelham Road Wayne, NJ 07470 B.S. Chemistry Natural Science Muhlenberg Theater Association; Intramurals; Eta Sigma Phi ELIZABETH ANN BRICKLEY 14 East Rogers Avenue Merchantville, NJ 08109 B.A. Psychology Psychology Club; Intramurals KAREN L BRIGGS 176 Hightstown Road Cranbury, NJ 08512 B.A. Social Work Cheerleading; Social Issues Club; Joint Council; Hall Repre- sentative JAMES S. BUNGERZ RD 1 Boc 235 Allentown, PA 18102 B.A. Political Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity SYLVIA SUTHIRA BUNYARAKSH 463 Sri Ayuthaya Road Bangkok 4, Thailand B.A. Sociology Economics International Club PATRICIA BURNS 1 Pimlico Drive Commack, NY 11725 B.S. Biology Natural Science JOHN P. BUZA 61 Mercer Street Metuchen, NJ 08840 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Steward: Business and Economics Club; Class of 1982 Executive Council MARK LOUIS CAPOBIANCO 74 Arthur Drive Rutherford, NJ 07070 B.A. Business Administration Class of 1982 Executive Council; Ciarla, Assistant Editor; Soccer; Intramurals; Intramural Referee; Senior Pledge Drive Canvasser LINDA CAPORALETTI RD 1 Box 142 Fredericksburg, PA 17026 B.A. Psychology DANIEL D. CAPUTO 4 Fay Drive East Hanover, NJ 07936 BA. Accounting Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, Treasurer, Social Chairman; John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Business and Economics Club; Football WILLIAM SCOTT CARTER 767 Park Avenue Oradell, NJ 07649 B.A. Communications Cinematheque; WMUH; Dance Club; Media Service; Commu- nications Club MARK CASEY 10 Mapleview Place Kings Park, NY 11754 B.A. English Spanish Club; Math Club; Basketball; Baseball; Hillel JOSEPH FRANK CATALANO 62 Fairview Road Clark, NJ 07066 B.S. Biology Natura! Science Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Vice-President GEORGE JOSEPH CHRIST 17 Sands Lane Port Jefferson, NY 11777 B.S. Biology Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; Wrestling, Captain SUSAN CLAYTON 5895 Black Avenue Pleasanton, CA 94566 B.A. Social Work Intramurals; Tour Guide ANDREA JANE CLEARFIELD 720 Oxford Road Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 B.A. Music Institution of Sound; Nite Owl; Wind Ensemble; Tutor; Dance Club, Musician; French Club; Muhlenberg Theater Associ- ation BRAD JAY COHEN 7 Sand Hill Court Parsippany, NJ 07054 B.S. Natural Science Biology College Band, Concert Master; Marching Band; Hillel; Pro- gram Board; College Bowl Committee, Chairman; Tour Guide; Tutoring; Student Advisor BRENDA D. COLATRELLA 66 Enclosure Nutley, NJ 07110 B.A. Business Administration Economics Class of 1982 Vice-President; Ciarla, Co-Editor; Omicron Del- ta Epsilon, President, Membership Chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President Treasurer; Cheerleading; Business and Economics Club; Tour Guide; Cardinal Key; Tutoring; Senior Pledge Drive Canvasser; Intramurals; Phi Beta Kappa RANDALL LEE COMELEO 395 Van Luyn Terrace Saddle Brook. NJ 07662 B.S. Biology Track; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Joint Council; Botany Club LUANN CORDARO 922 N. 26th Street Allentown, PA 18104 B.A. Social Work CARYL LYNN CORRADI 44 Haller Drive Cedar Grove, NJ 07009 B.A. Psychology Psychology Club, Vice-President; Tour Guide; Cardinal Key; Intramurals; Folk Group; Marching Band; Pep Band; Student Council Representative; Newman Association THOMAS E. CREGAN 6 Delaware Run Drive Yardley, PA 19067 B.A. Social Science STEPHEN ROBERT DAHNERT RD 1 Box 1227 Stroudsburg, PA 18360 B.A. Sociology Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Jazz Band; Jazz Combo; Irma ' s Gang LAURAN D ' ALESSIO 52 Mississippi Avenue West Orange, NJ 07052 B.A. Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; Dorm Representative; Softball; Basketball; John Marshall Pre-Law Society JOHN PATRICK D’ANGELO 717 Hart Drive Bridgewater, NJ 08807 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Resident Advisor; Tour Guide; Student Advisor; Russian Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Hypophetes; Who ' s Who Selec- tion Committee JAMES A. DEARDEN 321 West Avenue Jenkintown, PA 19046 B.A. Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Lacrosse; Omicron Delta Epsi- lon; Business and Economics Club; Budget Review Commit- tee; Phi Eta Sigma; College Band ELLEN RUTH DELISIO 7 Bench Lane Levittown, NY 11756 B.A. Communications Weekly, Co-Editor-in-Chief; WMUH; Festival of the Arts Liter- ary Committee; Society of Collegiate Journalists, Secretary- Treasurer; Communications Club; Newman Association PAMELA DIACONIS York Horsham Roads Hatboro, PA 19040 B.A. Business Administration Volleyball; Business and Economics Club; Dance Club. Stage Manager; Intramural Referee CATHERINE M DILLE 98 Topland Road White Plains, NY 10605 B.A. Communications WMUH BRUCE DISTELL 19 East Dartmouth Road Bala Cynwyd. PA 19004 B.S. Natural Science Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity; Weekly, Photographer; Tour Guide; Student Advisor; Tennis; Tutoring; Intramurals HOWARD R DOBIN 259 Hallock Road Stony Brook, NY 11790 B.S. Mathematics Math Club; Ciarla ; Intramurals Referee; Hall Representative ROBERT W DOIDGE RD 1 Box 525 Lake Ariel, PA 18436 B.S. Biology Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Muhlenberg Fraternity Council; Outing Club; Botany Club; C.P.O. Club; Football; Baseball; Intramurals JENNIFER A. DOWNEY 51 Willow Road Closter, NJ 07624 B.A. French Elementary, Secondary Education Phi Sigma lota; le Cercle Francais; Education Club; Program Board; Intramurals BYARD TODD EBLING 1730 West Market Street Pottsville, PA 17901 B.A. English Arcade, Editor, Assistant Editor; Jazz Band; Jazz Combo; Irma ' s Gang; Dorm President JEFFREY L. EDWARDS 1663 Michael Lane Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 B.A. Sociology Psychology Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity DAWN M. EGAZARIAN 5 Ashwood Drive Blauvelt, NY 10913 B.A. Art English Art Club, President; Festival of the Arts, Arts Chairperson; Eta Sigma Phi STEPHEN W. EHLERS 45 Clover Lane Bloomfield, NJ 07003 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Ski Club; Business and Eco- nomics Club PHILIP EHRIG 745 Pine Street Emmaus, PA 18049 B.S. Biology Botany Club; Psychology Club ELAINE ESHELMAN 126 W. Spruce Avenue Morrestown, NJ 08057 B.A. Sociology Social Work Social Issues Club, President, Treasurer; Resident Advisor; Dance Club; Tour Guide; Intramurals; Hall Representative ALEXIA T. EVANOVICH 469 Freehold Street Oakhurst, NJ 07755 B.A. Political Science Russian Studies Russian Club, Vice-President; Dance Club; Tour Guide SUSAN L. EVANS 140-11 Negundo Avenue Flushing. NY 11355 B.A. Social Science Transfer Orientation Coordinator; Student Advisor; Hall Re- presentative AMY L. EXNER 724 Iron Street Lehighton, PA 18235 B.A. German Education German Club, President; Chapel Choir; Color Guard; Educa- tion Society GRETCHEN FARAS 401 Chambers Street Trenton, NJ 08609 B.S. Physics German ANN LOUISE FARBER 14 Maple Avenue Annandale, NJ 08801 B.S. Mathematics Math Club; Education Society; Dance Club; Chapel Choir; Chapel Council STEVEN S. FARBMAN 1630 Rahway Road Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 B.A. Accounting John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Weekly; WMUH; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Junior Marshall. LISA M. FARBSTEIN 3917 Zurich Road Randallstown, MD 21133 B.A. Communications Studies Softball; Dining Committee, Chairman; Dorm President; Tour Guide; Orientation Committee; Weekly; Intramurals VICTORIA L FECCI 455 Washington Avenue Rutherford, NJ 07070 B A English Poetry Workshop; Model U N SUSAN L. FEELY 103 Jericho Manor Jenkintown, PA 19046 B.A. Art Natural Science SHAWN MARIE FERGUSON 15510 Peach Orchard Road Silver Spring, MD 20904 B A. English CARL FERNANDEZ 1514 NW 113 Terrace Pembroke Pines, FL B.A. Psychology Soccer; Intramurals; Resident Advisor BRIAN J. FERTIG 8 Brook Lane Plainfield, NJ 07060 B.A. Psychology NANCY FILLMORE 481 Darlington Avenue Ramsey, NJ 07446 B.A. English WILLIAM JEFFREY FINLEY 1786 Old Freehold Road Toms River, NJ 08753 B.A. History R.O.T.C.; Football; Airborne Club KENNETH J. FIORI 452 Fairfield Road Wyckoff, NJ 07481 B.A. Business Administration Psychology Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Treasurer; Muhlenberg Frater- nity Council; Business and Economics Club; Football; La- crosse STEVEN JAMES FLUCK RD 1 Coopersburg, PA 18036 B.S. Biology Tennis; Botany Club GREGORY J. FOX 19 Knoolwood Road Upper Saddle River. NJ 07458 B.A. Business Administration Business and Economics Club; Baseball, Weekly; Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity ROBERT J FRANCE 65 Gov. Bradford Drive Barrington, Rl 02806 B.A. Social Science Nite Owl; Archaeology Club; Outing Club RONALD FREYDBERG 7 Akbar Road Stamford, CT 06902 B.A, Business Administration Ciarla; Hillel; Big Brother; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Head- start AMY FRIEDMAN 10 Susan Lane Dix Hills, NY 11746 B.A. Political Science Social Science Tour Guide, Student Advisor; Student Court Attorney; Soci- ology Club; International Affairs Club RAY FRITZ. JR. 705 Chestnut Street Emmaus, PA 18049 B.S. Biology Naturai Science Cross Country, Co-Captain; Track, Co-Captain, Commuters Club KIRSTEN FURMARK 1 Hendrie Drive Old Greenwich, CT 06870 B.A. French Dance Club; Frisbee Club; French Club; Phi Sigma lota ANDREA FUTERMAN 29-4 Woodlands Mayslanding, NJ 08330 B.S. Math Natural Science Math Club; Tutoring; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Student Orientation Committee; Hillel ANNE LEIGH GALBREATH Box 126 Delta, PA 17314 B.A Business Administration Class of 1982 Treasurer; Lacrosse; Cheerleading, Captain, Program Board; Intramurals; Class of 1982 Executive Coun- cil ROBERT GALLAGHER 47 Passaic Avenue Nutley, NJ 07110 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Dorm President; Residence Hall Council; John Marshall Pre- Law Society; Business and Economics Club. Muhlenberg Christian Fellowship; WMUH; Tutoring; VITA Program BARBARA ANN GALLO 46 LaGrande Avenue Fanwood, NJ 07023 B.A. Business Administration Spanish Phi Sigma lota; Omicron Delta Epsilon SPENCER W. GALT 450 Keats Road Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 B.S. Chemistry Natural Science Muhlenberg Theater Association; Festival of the Arts. Music Committee Chairman; Commencement Speaker Commit- tee, Resident Advisor; Omicron Delta Kappa; College Choir; Muhlenberg Opera Group; Grievance Board LISA ANN GANZHORN 5 Ronnie Lane Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 B A. Political Science Class of 1982 President; Pi Sigma Alpha, President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Advisor, Tour Guide; Tutoring; Pro- gram Board; College Committee on Student Affairs, Board of Associates L. SUZANNE GEIGER Box 143 RD 2 Barto. PA 19504 B A Communications Drama Muhlenberg Theater Association, Festival of the Arts, Public- ity Co-Chairperson; Amnesty International; Values Action Committee; Alpha Psi Omega MARION E. GLICK 637 Mt. Laurel Avenue Temple, PA 19560 B.S. Biology Weekly, Co-Editor-in-Chief; Society for Collegiate Journalists. President; Student Observer for Executive Board of Alumni Association, Student Representative to Library Committee; Tour Guide; Der Deutsche Verein, Biology Museum Worker ANDY GOLDEN 226 Harrison Avenue Glenside. PA 19038 B.S. Biology Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Vice President, Steward; WMUH KAREN GOLDT 9 Rossmore Terrace Livingston, NJ 07039 B A Psychology Elementary Education Education Society VICTORIA M GONZALEZ 50 Riker Avenue Harrington Park, NJ 07640 B A Psychology Spanish THOMAS C. GRAU 157 Delaware Avenue Oakhurst, NJ 07755 B.S. Chemistry WMUH; Concert Committee. Dorm Vice-President; American Chemical Society WENDY ELIZABETH GREENE 163 New Canaan Avenue Norwalk, CT 06850 B A Psychology Nite Owl ALAN B GREENFIELD 216 Dogwood Road Roslyn, NJ 1 1 576 B.S. Natural Science Psychology Hillel; Psychology Club, Treasurer; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity; Ambulance Medical Technician; C P R Instructor. American Heart Association BETH LOUISE GROSS 542 Old Main Street Rocky Hill, CT 06067 B.S. Natural Science Alpha Phi Omega; Coffee House, Chairman; Program Board; Intramurals THOMAS R HADA 385 Hilltop Road Toms River, NJ 08753 B.S. 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NY 10312 B.A. Economics Business Administration College Band; le Cercle Francais; Young Americans for Free- dom; College Republicans; Forensics Society; Arcade, Week- ly JAMES L MCCORMICK 25 Hillside Terrace Montvale, NJ 07645 B.A. Business Administration Accounting Omicron Delta Epsilon; Cross Country; Track; Tour Guide; Freshmen Orientation Committee THOMAS E. MCGEE 900 Orange Avenue Cranford. NJ 07016 B.S. Chemistry DANIEL B. MCKINNEY 651 Knox Road Wayne, PA 19087 B.A. Psychology YONE CATHERINE MCNALLY 21 Fine Road High Bridge. NJ 08829 B.A. Political Science WMUH, Program Director; International Affairs Club; John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Nite Owl; Society of Collegiate Journalists; Model U N. Delegate SAMSON MEBRAHTU 310 Riverside Drive, Apt. 1909 New York, NY 10025 B.S. Natural Science Art Club, Treasurer; International Students ' Club; WMUH; Arcade THOMAS MARTIN MEXTORF RD 2 Williamsport, PA 17701 B.S. 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MORRIS 1306 Willow Drive Sea Girt, NJ 08750 B.A. History JEFFREY A. MORRIS 102 Arbor Place Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Resident Advisor; Business and Economics Club. President; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Soccer; Irma ' s Gang; Ski Club; Intramurals; Student Advisor; Faculty Committee on Athlet- ics, Representative RALPH TIBOR MORRIS 1 19 Hillside Avenue Nutley, NJ 071 10 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Business and Economics Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Recording Secretary TODD ANDREW MORROW 9011 Revere Street Philadelphia. PA 19152 B.S Natural Science Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President, Sergeant at Arms; Omicron Delta Kappa; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity; Freshman Orientation Committee; Student Coordinator; Weekly; Ciarla; Hillel DOUGLAS MOTZENBECKER 1 Pinewood Court Short Hills, NJ 07078 B.A. Economics THEODORE I MULLMANN 7 Kathryn Road Chalfont, PA 18914 B.S. 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Biology Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; German Club; Botany Club 221 GUS GEORGE PAGONIS 65 Heights Road W ayne, NJ 07470 B.A Business Administration Intramurals; Ski Club; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity ANTHONY R, PALLADINO 129 Winter Drive North Wales, PA 19454 B A. Psychology Sociology Frisbee Club; Anthropology Club; Psychology Club; Hockey Club, Environmental Club; Intramurals; Nite Owl ARLETTE PALO 60 Lloyd Road Montclair, NJ 07042 B.S. Biology Dance Club, President; Cheerleading; Senior Pledge Drive Committee, Publicity Co-Chairperson; Tour Guide; Festival ot the Arts DONNA PAWLIKOWSKI 919 Roland Avenue Scranton, PA 18504 B.A. Political Science John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Pi Sigma Alpha ANN MARIE PETACH Church Street Rumson, NJ 07760 B A Business Administration Spanish Tutoring; Tour Guide; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Spanish Club; Business and Economics Club; Intramurals; Phi Sigma lota ANNE P. PETROU 214 Farm Road Sherborn, MA 01770 B A Accounting Business Administration Field Hockey; Softball; Intramurals; Campus Beautification Committee; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Russian Club JAMES S PEZZI 2500 Edge Hill Road Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 B.S. Natural Science Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Soccer; Track CHARLES PIERSON 1710 S Martine Avenue Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 B.A. Philosophy Ciarla; College Bowl; Arcade; Forensic Society; Student Council Representative VIVIENNE HELENA PINKES 183 Bishop Street New Haven, CT 06511 B.A. Sociology International Affairs Club; Model U N ; Basketball ELLEN BETH POLAKOFF 12 Rippling Brook Drive Short Hills, NJ 07078 B.A. Business Administration JAMES P. PRICE 7 Winding Way Denville. NJ 07834 B.A Political Science Russian Studies Class of 1982 President; Student Council, Treasurer; Student Advisor; College Committee on Student Affairs; F A C T ; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Track; Values Action Committee; Convocations Committee DAVID P. 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Natural Science Hillel; Muhlenberg First Aid Corps; Cetronia Ambulance Corps ROBERT KENNETH SCHWARTZ 340 Rees Drive King of Prussia, PA 19406 B S Biology Natural Science Intramurals; WMUH; Ciarla. Photographer ROBYN E. SCHWARTZ 9227 Burbank Road Philadelphia, PA 19115 B.A Social Science Psychology Psi Chi; John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Psychology Club; Student Council; Program Board; Tour Guide; Sociology Club; Cardinal Key MARC MARTIN SEELAGY 51 Darlington Drive Wayne, NJ 07470 B.S. Biology Natural Science Muhlenberg Theater Association; Tau Kappa Epsilon Frater- nity; Russian Club; Tour Guide; Student Advisor, Eta Sigma Phi MITCHELL SEIDMAN 284 Dunhams Corner Road East Brunswick, NJ 08816 B.A Economics History Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President; Soccer; Phi Alpha Theta; Student Court; Student Advisor DAVID G. SEIGWORTH 405 Clarkson Drive Vestal, NY 13850 B.A. Business Administration Accounting Cross Country, Co-Captain; Track; Business and Economics Club; Dorm Representative BARBARA E. SELICK 21 Village Road Sea Girt, NJ 08750 B.S. Math Computer Science Math Club; Non-Resident Student Club, President. Treasur- er; Spanish Club; Dance Club; Ciarla DEBORAH A. SELINSKY 548 Fernwood Street Emmaus, PA 18049 B.S. Biology Non-Resident Student Club RICHARD J. SELTZER RD 3 Tumbling Run Pottsville, PA 17901 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Philosophy Club, President; Business and Economics Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Recording Secretary JOSEPH SFERRAZZA 115 Manhasset Woods Road Manhasset, NY 11030 B.A. Accounting Business Administration WMUH, Music Director, Business Manager, Station Manager; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity SHERYL SHAHAR 1605 Lorraine Road Reading, PA 19604 B.A. Communications STEVE SHANNON 8 Saw Mill Road Medford, NJ 08053 B.A. Psychology Intramurals; Psychology Club; Ciarla WILLIAM T. SHARLOW 12 Rutgers Drive Oakland, NJ 07436 B.S. Chemistry Psychology Club; Nite Owl; American Chemical Society; Football; Track; ISC HOLLY E. SHAW 170 West Hobart Gap Road Livingston, NJ 07039 B.A. Business Administration Spanish Dance Club; Phi Sigma lota; Spanish Club; Majorettes; Dorm Vice-President; Women ' s Lacrosse Club GEORGE MICHAEL SHAWAH JR. 2254 Park Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06604 B.A. Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, House Manager RICHARD D. SHEETZ RD 1127 Fleetwood, PA 19522 B.A. Psychology Irma’s Gang; Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Values Action Committee; Head Resident; Resident Advisor; Psi Chi J. TACEY SHERLOCK 1011 Rolandvue Road Baltimore, MD 21204 B.A . Psychology DAVID SHEVITZ 11440 Surry Drive Chester, VA B.S Natural Science DEBORAH L. SHIRK 1525 Stuyvesant Avenue Trenton, NJ 08618 B.A. Social Work Program Board, President; Tour Guide; Class of 1982, Execu- tive Board; Calendar Committee; Freshman Orientation, Stu- dent Advisor BORIS J. SIDOW 1 Canal Run East Washington Crossing, PA 18977 B.S. Biology Frisbee Club. President RICHARD SIEGEL 138 Mt. Rest Road New Paltz, NY 12561 B.S. 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Biology Natural Science Cross Country; Track; Muhlenberg Theater Association; WMUH; Program Board, College Bowl Committee; Intramur- als; Tour Guide MARCUS SPATIDOL 114 Highwood Road Mahwah, NJ 07430 B.A. Business Administration Football, Captain; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Secretary, President; Muhlenberg Fraternity Council; EVI, Bus Driver BRIAN G. SPONSLER Box 412 Bloomsbury, NJ 08804 B.S. Natural Science Biology Botany Club; Wine Tasters ' Club; Outing Club; Environmental Club MARK SPRINGER 2345 Greenleaf Street Allentown, PA 18104 B.S. Natural Science Math Club; Track, Tri-Captain; Intramurals DAVID STEKLER 857 Prospect Street Glen Rock, NJ 07452 B.S. Biology Natural Science WMUH; Cardinal Key RICHARD STERLING 5740 S.W. 4th Court Plantation, FL 33317 B.S. Chemistry Natural Science American Chemical Society, President; Muhlenberg First Aid Corps, Quartermaster, Treasurer; Math Club; Outing Club, Vice-President; Tutoring; Tour Guide; Orientation Commit- tee; Intramurals; Stage Band; Cetronia Ambulance Corps; Intercollegiate Student Chemist Committee KIM ALEXANDRA STOLTING 90 Bayville Road Locust Valley, NY 11560 B.A. Social Work Social Issues Club; Outing Club; Environmental Action Coali- tion; Intramurals DAVID STONE 17 Sarah Court West Haven, CT 06516 B.S. Natural Science Botany Club; Outing Club TERESA STOUGH 93 Constitution Avenue Doylestown, PA 18901 B.A. English Education Society BRAD M. STROBER 44 Cornflower Lane East Northport, NY 11731 B.S. Natural Science Accounting Student Advisor; Tour Guide; Muhlenberg Fraternity Council, Treasurer; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Rush Chairman, Trea- surer BLAINE Y. TAKESUE 109 Wilson Road Easton, CT 06430 B.S. Natural Science Biology Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; Class of 1982 Executive Council ANDREAS H. TEICH 260 Chaucer Drive Berkeley Heights. NJ 07922 B.A. Renaissance Reformation Studies Class of 1982 Treasurer; Muhlenberg Christian Fellowship; College Choir; Chapel Choir, Assistant Manager; Student Council; Program Board, Treasurer; Convocations Commit- tee; FACT, Co-Chairman; Core Curriculum Committee; Phi Alpha Theta; Eta Sigma Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Advisor; Tour Guide MICHAEL R. TENDLER 24 Devon Lane Clark, NJ 07066 B.S. Chemistry Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Secretary, Vice-President; Student Advisor BRUCE R TERRY 15 Hillside Avenue Short Hills, NJ 07078 B.S. Biology Natural Science Budget Review Committee, Secretary; Academic Judicial Board; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; Muhlenberg Theater Association; Muhlenberg First Aid Corps TERRY W TERSIGNI 347 Grant Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 B.A. History Young Americans for Freedom, Vice-President JANET ANNE TICHANSKY 32 Ivy Place Wayne, NJ 07470 B.A. Psychology Elementary Education Ski Club, President; Education Society, Secretary; Outing Club; Psychology Club; Intramurals MICHAEL TOGNO 9 College Road Netcong, NJ 07852 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Football; Baseball; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; EVI, Bus Driver JODI L TONER 115 Old Short Hills Road West Orange, NJ 07052 B A. Social Work Hillel; Social Issues Club, President; Representative to Inter- collegiate Organization of Undergraduate Social Workers; In- tramurals ROSEANN TOSCANO Willow Run Road Greenwich, CT 06830 B.A. Accounting Humanities Tour Guide; Student Advisor; Freshman Advising Committee; Dorm Representative NANCY LOUISE TRIANO 83 Carol Place New Cumberland, PA 17070 B.A. Psychology Psychology Club; Intramurals RICHARD M. TROPP 14 Ferndale Drive Parsippany, NJ 07054 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Budget Review Committee; Joint Council; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Intramurals; Omicron Delta Epsilon DAVID W TYLER 1 1 Kings Road East Brunswick, NJ 08816 B.S. Chemistry Intercollegiate Student Chemist, Treasurer; American Chemical Society; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity JACK UNGER 91 Alps Road Wayne, NJ 07470 B.A. Business Administration Accounting Student Council; Student Court, ACP Representative; Busi- ness and Economics Club; John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Football; Lacrosse SANDRA L VANBUSKIRK 1927 N. 17th Street Reading, PA 19604 B.A. Communications National Society for Collegiate Journalists; WMUH, News Di- rector; Weekly, Editorial Assistant, News Editor; Resident Advisor; Communications Club PATTI VANDENBERGH 2223 Florey Lane Apt. F-3 Abington, PA 19001 B.A. English Nite Owl RICHARD W. VANGURP 8738 Lorraine Drive Matthews, NC 28105 B.S. Biology Muhlenberg Theater Association; Russian Club; Resident Ad- visor LARRY VAN WESS 92 Nedshire Drive Middletown, NJ 07748 B.A. Psychology Wrestling; Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity JOY VASTOLA 50 Mountainside Drive Colts Neck, NJ 07722 B.A. Economics Accounting DANIEL P. VERDONIK 1315 Bayshore Drive, Apt. B-8 Fort Pierce, FL 33450 B.S. Chemistry DARRIN SCOTT VETH 2 Wildhedge Lane Holmdel, NJ 07733 B.A. Political Science CHRISTOPHER WAGNER 91 1 Vi N. 4th Street Allentown, PA 18102 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Football; Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; Business and Economics Club; Intramurals THOMAS S. WAGNER 224 N 30th Street Allentown, PA 18104 B.A. Psychology Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity LOUISE ELISA WEINGROD 1117 N. 28th Street Allentown, PA 18104 B A English Festival of the Arts, Literary Chairman; College Committee on Student Affairs; Curriculum Committee; Committee of English Majors; Arcade; Creative Writing Workshop; College Bowl KERRY L WENTLING 435 Jonestown Road Jonestown, PA 17038 B.S. Chemistry Soccer, Co-Captain; Baseball, Co-Captain, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; Church Usher. American Chemical Society; Intra- murals LAURA JEAN WHEELER 260 Maple Street Haworth, NJ 07641 B A Political Science Student Council, Vice-President; Communications Commit- tee; Grievance Board, Chairperson; Student Receptionist, Admissions Office; Student Advisor; Tour Guide, College Council; Dining Committee DERVAL WHELAN 88 Cherry Street Floral Park, NY 11001 B A Communication Arts Muhlenberg Theater Association DAVID WHITTINGTON 100 LaSalle Street New York, NY 10027 B.A Communications Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Rush Chairman; Communica- tions Club; Soccer; Intramurals; Concert Committee LYNN MARIE WINTERS 476 Rolling Hills Road Bridgewater, NJ 08807 B.A Psychology Education Dorm President; Education Society; Intramurals; Lacrosse Club; Dance Club; Resident Advisor MICHAEL SCOTT WITTENBERG 41 Avon Road Springfield, NJ 07081 B.A. Accounting Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; John Marshall Pre-Law Society; Outing Club. Business and Economics Club; C.P.O. Club; Soc- cer; Intramurals HARRY YEIDE 2015 Glen Ross Road Silver Spring, MD 20910 B.A, Political Science German Fencing Club, President; International Affairs Club, Presi- dent; Free University, Chairman; Program Board STANLEY A. YEVELSON 114 Oak Lane Laurel, DE 19956 B.S. Natural Science DOROTHEA YIALAMAS 1132 Linden Street Allentown, PA 18102 B.S. Biology Non-Resident Students ' Association, Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega; International Students ' Association SAMUEL SCOTT YODER Box 3 19- A RD 3 Kutztown, PA 19530 B.S. Biology Chemistry Non-Resident Students Association. Vice-President, Outing Club, Vice-President; Environmental Action Coalition; Muh- lenberg Theater Association; Nite Owl BRUCE L ZACHARIAS 420 Red Birch Court Ridgewood, NJ 07450 B.A. Business Administration Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Social Chairman; WMUH PHYLLIS ELAINE ZUK Box 3740 RD 3 Pottsville, PA 17901 B.S. Chemistry REBECCA ANN ZUURBIER 534 Fourth Street Catasauqua, PA 18032 B.A. Political Science Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Basketball, Captain; Board of Trustees. Representative; Tour Guide Coordinator. Values Action Committee; Core Curriculum Committee, Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Council, Vice-President Mr. and Mrs. Harry Agoratus Mrs. Beatrice Ahner Dr. and Mrs. Edward Allegra Mr. and Mrs. Jose Almeida Mr. and Mrs. John Altseimer Mr. Joseph Angiolillo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Appenzoller Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bachert Mr. Robert Bair Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Baum Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett Mrs. Patricia Bogart Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradtmiller Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brake Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Briggs Mr. and Mrs. James Burns Mr. Patrick Casey Mr. and Mrs. Victor Catalano Dr. and Mrs. George Christ Dr. and Mrs. Harris Clearfield Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen Mrs. Cora Colatrella Mr. and Mrs. James Dahnert Mr. and Mrs. James Delisio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dille Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doidge Mrs. Elsie Downey Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ehlers Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eshelman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Exner Mrs. Dorothy Feely Mr. Raymond Fluck Mrs. Shirley Futerman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ganzhorn Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Golden Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goldt Mr. and Mrs. E. Grau Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hada Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannon Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harple Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hartline Mrs. Marian Haugh Mr. and Mrs. Francis Heary Mr. and Mrs. Lorand Hegedus Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henning Mrs. Hermine Hever Mr. and Mrs. George Highman Mrs. Elfridge Hiller Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hirschfield Mr. and Mrs. William Hissey PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homa, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huebner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Innocenzi Mr. and Mrs. A. Jandoli Mr. and Mrs. John Jeske, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Judson Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kauffman Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kerson Mr. and Mrs. S. Kirschenbaum Marie T. Kolano Mr. and Mrs. George Kotuby Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kowalski Mr. and Mrs. J. Kozitsky Mr. and Mrs. E. Frantz Kreider Mr. and Mrs. George Krueger, Mrs. Arline Leibensperger Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loh Mr. and Mrs. S. Lloyd Lubin Mr. and Mrs. John Mader Mrs. Nadeschda Maksimowicz Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marchak Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mayer Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNally Mr. and Mrs. Carey Modlin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Moffa Mr. and Mrs. Casper Molee Mrs. Elaine Molzahn Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nebelkopf Mr. and Mrs. John Nes ter Mr. and Mrs. Carter Nevius Mr. and Mrs. J. Newsome, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ochner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oram Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Oram Mr. and Mrs. William O’Shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palladino Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palo Mr. and Mrs. Basil Petach Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pierson Dr. Alexander Pinkes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quinn Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reichenbach Mr. and Mrs. Donald Repsher Dr. and Mrs. John Riccardi Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riggin Mrs. Edna Rosenberger Mr. and Mrs. Noel Scaffa Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Schaetzle Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schall Mr. and Mrs. V. Schmersahl Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seelagy Mrs. Marilyn Sferrazza Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. William Sharlow Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw Mr. and Mrs. George Shawah Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sheetz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sherlock Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simonson Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Solomon Mr. and Mrs. John Spatidol Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Sponsler Dr. Burton Stekler Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Strober Mr. and Mrs. Hans Teich Dr. Eugene Tendler Mr. and Mrs. Saul Terry Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tichansky Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Togno Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Toscano Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tyler Mr. and Mrs. John Van Gurp Mrs. Dorothy Vastola Mr. and Mrs. Walter Veth Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weingrod Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whittington Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yeide, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Zuk Mr. and Mrs. George Zuurbier YES! THOSE WERE THE DAYS Sheltered by the confines of a small, protected, college campus, we are seldom fully aware of the issues and dilemmas of the world around us. Instead, we concern ourselves with the minor triumphs and traumas that touch us more personally in our immediate environment — our Muhlenberg Community. Although our problems ap- peared insurmountable at the time, they become quite trivial when contrasted with those of the outside world. However, the events of our college years retain their significance because it is these experiences that have shaped us, influenced us, and helped us to grow into aware, responsible adults capable of facing and dealing with the universal and individual victories and tragedies inevitable in our future. On a global scale, the world witnessed some joyous events this year, unfortunately, but customarily, outweighed by tragedy, crisis, and death. In September of ’81 some of us joined the 500,000 who gathered to celebrate the reunion of Simon Garfunkel in Central Park; approximately nine months later, Central Park would once again accomodate a capacity crowd who, this time, assembled to protest the potential disaster of the arms race and nuclear war. We too gathered together at Muhlenberg — first in the fall at the Center for the Arts to enjoy a memorable performance by Alexander Gudonov, and later in the year, in Memorial Hall, for a delightful, musical performance by Ella Fitzgerald. Tragedy struck the world in 1981 as Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was brutally assassinated. News soon circulated around campus of the untimely deaths of celebrities Jack Albertson, William Holden, Natalie Wood, and especially John Belushi, a cinematic favorite of our generation. Just as we had witnessed the departure of these celebrities from the world, our campus community would soon witness the departure of Guldner, Harris, Hattersly, Kehler, and Weintraub from Muhlenberg College. In the world of sports, excitement mounted as both the Giants and the Jets made it to the playoffs, the underrated San Francisco 49ers surprised football fans by gaining the Super Bowl title, and the New York Islanders coasted to an easy victory over Vancouver, capturing the Stanley Cup for the third consecutive year. Sports news also captured headlines at Muhlenberg as we were introduced to new coaches in four major fall sports (football, soccer, volleyball, and basketball), and as we enviously witnessed the construction of the Life Sports Center — an expansive, recreational facility scheduled for completion in the summer of ' 82, thus depriving the Class of 1982 of its use. “War” broke out in the world and on our campus in various forms and intensities. The Solidarity Movement initiated by the Poles eventually led to the declaration of Martial Law in Poland; sometime later, a full scale war erupted between Great Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands. Ironically, war between the two nations was declared on the second weekend performance of “Oh, What A Lovely War,” (a British anti-war show originally written about World War I) by the Muhlenberg Theatre Association. At Muhlenberg, the Weekly served as a sounding board for the sometimes humorous, but unyielding combat between the Immoral Majority and the Moral Minority, as well as the bitter battles of the infamous “Ciarla Wars.” On a more serious note, political strife arose on our campus as political opinions clashed over a three part lecture series which included a speech by a member of the PLO. Dissension also broke out between the students and the administration and a rally was held voicing student concerns and complaints, and protesting administrative repression. The 1981-82 school year saw a number of Abscam trials, the ultimate result of undercover government operations, draw to a close with the humiliating convictions of various members of our Senate. Muhlenberg also had its share of “undercover operations” starting with the appearance of Muhlenberg ' s first underground newspa- per. Four issues were secretly disseminated throughout the campus before the editors, or rather the culprits, were apprehended and production was halted by the administration. The detective work of Muhlenberg security led to the capture and arrest of James R. Shinn, a library thief long-sought by the FBI, and news of the marriage of Hamilton Jordan to be held in our own Muhlenberg Chapel leaked out despite attempts to avoid publicity. This year new heights were reached both with the launching of the space shuttle, and the launching and successful ascent of the Senior Class Pledge Drive which shattered all Muhlenberg records and far surpassed its goals. A heavy snowstorm in April caught everyone by surprise, and the fulfillment of a promise of rain, a common, although unwelcome, occurence in the Lehigh Valley (affectionately referred to as the “Leaky Valley”) dampened graduation day festivities. As graduation day approached and the seniors’ concern for their futures heightened, forecasters continued to predict a worsening recession and statistics posted the highest post-war unemployment rate, dampening the hopes and aspirations of the smartest class to ever graduate from Muhlenberg College. Now that our college years have ended, we must leave behind the security of our own little world called Muhlenberg. It is now world events which will have a greater impact on both our personal and professional lives. Our concerns will now be geared more towards war, recession, and unemployment, rather than competition for grades, partying, and a repressive administration. Funny how appealing life at Muhlenberg now seems to be. 225 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS David Ambrose — Co-Editor-in-Chief Brenda Colatrella — Co-Editor-in-Chief Mark Capobianco — Assistant Editor Kevin Wolbach — Photography Editor Nancy Miller — Copy Editor Maggie Dengler — Business Editor Steve Fluck — Color Section Assistant Editor Sheila Jan in — Senior Section Assistant Editor The 1982 Ciarla was produced with the aid of a loyal and dedicated staff: Jan Arnold. Marisa Farinella, Lisa Ganzhorn, David Greenspan, Mick Greenwald, Anne Higgins, Cindy Kampf, Steve Kowalski, Steve Labkoff, Steve Lally, Mark Majewski, Nadeem Maqbool, Linda Jaye Molee, Jungyl Oh, Karl Rabke, Karen Raudibaugh, Linda Tropin, Abby Weinstein, and Liz White. Special Thanks to those who put up with us longer than they had to, especially Steve Lally and Nadeem Maqbool who we kept busy long after everyone else began their summer vacation. A round of applause to all those who were willing to lend a hand when it was badly needed, especially John Buza, Kim Clark, Sue Feely, Bob Gallagher and Neil Hever. The following individuals contributed pictures to the 1982 Ciarla: Walter Greb, Hans Kuring, Kim Morgan, Brian Ortelere, Ken Rubin, Kevin Simonson, Chuck Swatek and Tom Ulrich. Special thanks to Brenda Kochka and Bucky Norcross of the Weekly, and to Dave Harple of College Relations. The book would not have been complete without your contributions. Mr. Bill O ' Brien, our Josten’s representative, cannot be thanked enough for the guidance, patience, and friendship he offered, and most importantly, for keeping the editors from killing each other. This publication would not have been possible, nor nearly as worthwhile, without his assistance and that of consultant Dee Cordell. Abe Orlick and Davor Photo also deserve credit for senior portraits, group photos, professors, color development, supplies, and the superb efforts of Neil Weidman who covered commencement. Many of the black and white prints, however, were done by our own Dave Ambrose. Special thanks to Mr. Ray Barnes, our financial advisor, and to Bob Clark and Helen Richardson of College Relations who served as a constant and dependable source of photos, press releases, and other information in times of dire need. We would also like to thank Student Council for alloting us additional funds necessary to meet unforeseen expenses of the 1981 Ciarla. Dean Bryan ' s assistance with the “1981 Ciarla dilemma’’ is also appreciated. We are forever indebted to Security and Mr. David Seamans for allowing us to occupy the office “after hours” on those many long nights. Their kindness and understanding enabled us to meet crucial deadlines. ENDNOTES Letters From The Editors I’ve been struggling with this letter for awhile now. Always putting it off, as if it could be done in an hour, just before the final shipment of pages was made to the Josten’s Plant. While I sat contemplating this letter, the problem finally dawned on me. I just didn’t want to say goodbye to Muhlenberg. I’ve been up here almost a month since our graduation and resent the thought of having to pack up and go home. What really was my home? For the past four years Muhlenberg has been as much my home as anywhere else. I wasn ' t about to walk out on her without a struggle. The 1982 Ciarla is a compromise; a farewell to Muhlenberg; our permanent contribution to the college communi- ty, which helps ease the pain of leaving behind a very important part of our lives. In it we have attempted to capture different aspects of life at Muhlenberg. You may question some of the things which have been played up or those which have been avoided. This book deals primarily with seniors, since we feel this is our one and only yearbook for our four years at Muhlenberg. We hope the underclassmen who purchase the book understand that they will also have their own book. If we could have put together a book which covered everyone and everything, we would have. I hope you realize that you wouldn’t receive it until next MAY and no one likes waiting for nine months for a yearbook! We apologize to those who may feel slighted or left out (It was not done intentionally). However, one thing you will notice is that a few of the same faces do pop-up quite often. That ' s because they played an important part in the Muhlenberg Community, and didn’t just go to college. The editors refuse to have to defend the book in any way. We believe it can stand on its own merit as a good college yearbook. It’s not perfect, yet we hope you will cherish it as much as we do. Sincerely, David Ambrose Co-Editor, 1982 Ciarla In my original plans for this “endnote” I had intended to make you aware of the long hours and tremendous efforts which were devoted to this publication. However, I realized that by the time you read this letter you will probably have at least glanced through the 1982 Ciarla and, hopefully, do not need to be told of the trials and tribulations of our endeavor. My second intention was to bestow some type of meaning upon this book — what it is supposed to portray, or perhaps what it means to me. However, I decided that this too was useless because the book will hold a unique and personal meaning for each individual who encounters it. Therefore, as a last resort, I would like to share with you the mixed emotions — the frustration, joy, relief, gratitude, and pride — that I experienced with the completion of the 1982 Ciarla. As co-editor of this book I found this year to be a difficult one, yet an extremely productive one. The difficulty arose mainly in dealing with the frustration that emerges with the realization that n o matter how hard you try to cover everyone and everything, there will always be someone who feels slighted or something that was neglected; the frustration associated with knowing that with greater knowledge and talent, more experience, and, most importantly, additional time, an idea, layout, or literary piece could always be improved; and the frustration that comes from recognizing that regardless of how hard we have tried to reduce or compensate for staff error, there is always the ultimate possibility of plant error. However, I am satisfied with knowing that given the time and energy devoted to this book, we have done our very best and this is the reason for my joy and pride. Of course, the greatest satisfaction will come with your appreciation and approval of the ' 82 Ciarla. I also mentioned relief — an emotion I do not believe requires any explanation whatsoever especially to those who have ever been involved in such an activity, or to those who know me personally. Much of the gratitude has already been expressed in our acknowledgements. However, I would like to personally thank and congratulate the 1982 staff for their loyalty and support. In September, they faced two somewhat inexperienced, confused editors, and the difficult task of helping us to produce the ' 82 yearbook, a task which was made even more difficult by the fiasco associated with the 1981 book. Together we aided in the completion of the 1981 book and the production of the 1982 Ciarla. I believe the 1982 staff has a great deal to feel proud of and I thank those who had the confidence and dedication to stick it out with us. Lastly, I wish to thank the members of our Muhlenberg community, especially the Class of 1982, because it is your faces, your activities, and your achievements which make up the contents of the 1982 Ciarla. Most important- ly, I congratulate the Class of 1982 — a class that, both individually and as a group, has a great deal to be proud of, and a class of which I feel privileged to be a member. We hope you will feel that the 1982 Ciarla is worthy of being added to that long list of ’82 accomplishments. Sincerely, ' 3yw- Brenda D. Colatrella Co-Editor, 1982 Ciarla END QUOTES Reflections On The End, The Future, And Change: Fare thee well; The elements be kind to thee, and make Thy spirits and all of comfort! — Shakespeare Parting is all we know of heaven, And all we need of hell. — Emily Dickinson “Tut, tut, child!” said the Duchess “Everything’s got a moral, if only you can find it.” — Lewis C arroll Thee-uh, thee-uh, thee-uh, thee-uh, thee-uh . . . that’s all, folks! — Porky Pig You never can plan the future by the past. — Edmund Burke There comes a time in the affairs of a man when he must take the bull by the tail and face the situation. — W.C. Fields Fiddle-le-dee! I’ll think about it tomorrow! — Scarlet O’Hara Tomorrow, tomorrow, we’ll start the day tomorrow . . . — Mr. Rogers I never think of the future. It comes soon enough. — Albert Einstein All things change, nothing perishes. — Ovid To-day is not yesterday: we ourselves change; how can our Works and Thoughts, if they are always to be the fittest, continue always the same? Change, indeed, is painful; yet ever needful. — Thomas Carlyle Toto, I ' ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. — Dorothy Gale 228 • r % rV I ii! r V l i i


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