University of Dayton - Daytonian Yearbook (Dayton, OH)

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A certain look in their eyes gave away their identity Cmaybe they were open too widel. They weren't closing out the little world around them yet. But after a week of classes, they blend in, their eyes close. Almost. EventsfNSI 11 Legs get awful tired after a.few hours practice. There must be something to keep you going. lbmakes you wonder. 12 EventsfCoeds MAR CHING COEDS ALNITE CENTER With the opening of the Union on a 24-hour basis came the Alnite Center, complete with its own people-sized Baggie. i EventsfAlnite Center 13 Events! MARATHON DANCE FATHER RIVERS It was a "Mass for a New World," one Wednesday af- ternoon in the Plaza. The sin- cerity, warmth, and dignity of Father Clarence Rivers' con- temporary church music typi- fied today's trend toward a departure from traditional religion. Events!Mass 15 16 EventsfCarnival CAMPUS CARNIVAL V i x EventsfCarnival 17 18 EventsfHomecoming KNIGHTS OF COMEDY V w N w Vg f.. V' f , ' - I-- 1 EventsfHomecoming 19 l l Homecoming is dying, they say. It just doesn't mean anything to the enlightened student. Others offer hope that it is simply changing, evolving. But they really don't know what it is changing into. Possibly, Homecoming has always been changing. There has always been a new group of students to redesign it. Each year it is the first, and the last, of a kind. This year was certainly no different in that respect. The campus parade dwindled, with no crowds lining the roads. The Expo was new, and that usually means good. St. joe's wasn't covered with color as in past years. But the Poor People's Homecoming offered some kind of choice Maybe next year they will do something about the drinking. 20 EventsfHomecoming THE FIFTH DIMENSION I 11 4, .Q Q, I af . ,R sf Homecom'ng 21 III' I 'U vu. , 22 EventsfHomecoming Ann Wilhelm Nancy Rinchiuso e i , '-2 Judy Kindy Debbie Hessell Homecoming Queen Kathy Agnello jeanne Rivara Ann Callaghan 4 N 9 4 :Q -Q fy Pat Suszek EventsfHomecoming 23 24 EventsfHomecoming VV" 4A fr. V A r, '. ,, ' n Y 1 i ,411-' Events!Homecoming 25 26 EventsfHomecoming 781' Z5 , li .?, . "X Q, L, X .' s' nf, as '... x , EventsfHomecoming 27 "P" s , .- e 'st as 0 see- ,wi Y - .Y J! as Q U - i -lg W 122--f 'fu-1 . 0 G 2 31 - X Q e 4 , 'ff C , 0 T - W i X- - V X n J .,,.fsf' ... . '- -vw ' ' 0 as f f' q some " be if fv - .1 , an N ' -1 - .IIN K - i A Q 2 ' 3, its----.A.A I c f S" if. 1: -1 - ...L 7' j . 2 : -' ' - V - I " T 'ly i, T I rf ' ' if , ,pi ,f " I ..,',h!'. J l C- 1' J, Q "' ...AL-V ff: gl 'tv , " , . - G.. .1 A , 1 ,MU y 4 .. 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I 'I ' Y ,-E, 1 I 'if' ' T' 'A W A I K Ml 6 - s-lv' Zffiw- . - V if -' f ' - . L: +51 - To ' sf- JM. T 'A : VA - J- ' I - -' . ,,- - -?P:- . ,. - fs 2-fa -- - f f KENT, OHIO, MAY 4 - Four students at Kent State University, two of them women, were shot to death this afternoon by a volley of National Guard gunfire. At least 8 other students were injured. The burst of gunfire came about 20 minutes after the guardsmen broke up a noon rally at the Commons, a grassy campus gathering spot, by lobbing tear gas at a crowd of about 1,000 young people. In Columbus, Sylvester Del Corso, Adjutant General of the Ohio National Guard, said in a statement that the guardsmen had been forced to shoot after a sniper opened fire on the guard from a near- by rooftop and the crowd of students began to encircle the guardsmen. In Washington, President Nixon deplored the deaths of the four students in the following statement: "This should remind'us all once again that when dissent turns to violence it invites tragedy. It is my hope that this tragic and unfor- tunate incident will strengthen the determination of all the nation's campuses, administrators, faculty, t e ,fs e 7 E W ff:i!"i4gAltAs'-L .t sz-- ----A S, .. 17 - , V ffl if -! -0- :ul . - ff' 4:5 - W Y H- -W a l Y ,. ' 1 '4 Y lf """ ' :r- . " M' -V V ' if X- ' 5 t -f-'-F Q fi 51 f I Q .1-.... 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Many of them are in four colors or have several foldouts or contain quotes from everyone from the governor of the state to the players own mother. This one, gentlemen, is not fancy, has no foldouts and contains only six quotes, but it concerns a player--AN ALL-AMERICA PLAYER--who doesn't do fancy things, flashy things--the only thing he does is play football, BUT, he plays it about as well, if not better, than most any halfback in the United States today. His name-- - GARY KOSINS - 6'2" - 210 lbs. - Jr. - Halfback - University of Dayton Kosins is the heart and soul of the Dayton offense and has been for the last two seasons. In 1969 he -arried the ball 198 times for a net of 783 yards V4.0 per carrfvl and cored 9 town- Ne alsr- 'ught 9 passes for '71 -rds and l 'if' T' total' D- uphomore at UD an ' " 34 EventsfFootbaII W I Iffznffftqfrgn,-1.,, va " , .5 jf .4 .M , WS ,. . ,- 1, I . n-. s", K . 92 Q39 ' gl-Q 16,5 ,f. 7? 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V ,qsfgv 1 1 ' X ' ' ,X Y -f ' "f, "" 'W WW:v if ,WIIIIIF L Wwlluxj IM, gl ff MW L W WW W H wma Mm, X qw. X gi . S N li ' 2f'7.4 .- , fly. 5 Yi Z , 5522 KZ-f yi, 2 f 'A " ' 2 ' - p f?i 3 -ff L " , 5 3 2 - 2 zz 5 ' K ' ff?Z ff-2- 1 1 JW ,f - , ,4 1, if 1 5 1 , , 97 f 24 ? f fifn f,,,1,f'i'2 , 2 1 67225 ,222 -fzfff ff-'Zig ' QQZQZZ' 1 Eg f fg-544,-4-,Mgr , Z ff 4, 1 ' af 4 ,-' -'ff ' 1 I think that most of us have been made aware of the seamy side of athletics at one time or another. Recent exposes of ex-professionals Chip Oliver and Dave Meggassey have stirred a few con- sciences, no doubt. There is no denying it, that is, that grade adjusting, some from of under the table payoffs, and the general de-humanization of ath- letes does exist in some athletic programs. Rather than re-hashing all of that l'd much rather tell you what l believe to be the only solution to these problems. That solution is integrity. The most important determiner of the positive influence that athletics can exert on society is the integrity of the people concerned and associated with sports. This per- tains to the N.C.A.A. and the individual boards of athletic control, right on down to the coaches and players. The integrity of any one of these factions is of no less importance than the rest. The N.C.A.A. can introduce all the rules and regula- tions they please, but if schools continue to look for loopholes much of their effort is lost. lf a coach suspends a player for shirking his academic responsibility he should not have to worry about reprisals from alumni serving on the board of ath- letic control. Above all the athlete himself should be reliable enough not to put his teammates and coaches on the spot by placing his responsibilities as a member of the University on the wayside. ln closing I would like to quote a passage from the "Articles of Administration for Intercollegiate Athletics for the University of Dayton." " there is one final requisite which is demanded of all Dayton coaches, namely, they must be men of the highest moral integrity, who are unwilling to compromise themselves or the University by de- viation from the rules and regulations which gov- ern the intercollegiate athletic program at the University of Dayton." A big consideration for anyone who would make coaching his career. Robert Furia Member 1970 Varsity Football 38 Events! Football I . . 'Q ij Events! Football 39 fx iff! ' Liv" X 1 . . If f ' n I 0 . C Y frniw 0 'ff NA 's in 0 if 5 A. 1 1-win N. F' in-af, , '-Qu. -nr' . 1' 'd ffk " f 1 my - .A A x J"'x'.,:1,,, .,,, 1 . -, . M a 4 3 1' Y ' 5 i.-.L las '32 1 .bgf--, A K f ,qi ' v '. 'J 11311 -Quai fl EventsfThree Dog Night 41 L 5 DAKOTA STREET PRGIECT 42 EventsfCommunity Activities CYSTIC FIBROSIS VOLUNTEERS EventsfCommun ity A ti it su . f .. , 1 I 1 ffm Qi R ,Wig 4 4l . ' 2 2' 1 fh My Ei ,fag ,-JL,'l',, V . 'T lf.. , Q-ii . Q -,J hh' ,P Q,-SB S' 7: sm Ss.. s:'Q L B ' I- is 4 .1 K V, ,. X 4 E ' Exe: ' f if tu , iii? V N tiff, EU in I ' . ' Vis, I 1' eh 'A - t 'i .:.' x N . V , 1 V Aw . 5 , ' 1 ' 'V QQ:- -1 wt n.. .- 1 " -4 , . ' V- . .0 1-, .1 -.....v, V. ,. ,u a -wk.. .',-- gr, .gg I L' ,Ag N ., , . , .wg- APPALACHIA CLUB This year at the University of Dayton, there are several organizations that students can join if one is interested in social work or community organizing. Each of these organizations is vitalized by dents who have realized and accepted this responsibility to their neighbors, their community and their world. One of the most widely known is the Appalachia Club. This organization works with the Appal- achian people here in Dayton and in Magoffin County, Kentucky. The club has a weekend pro- gram in Kentucky where twelve U.D. students travel to Magoffin County to tutor and work at community organizing. A two month summer program is organized each year, and last summer thirteen U.D. students participated in the program. The Van Buren Center is the place where Appalachia members tutor each weekday to children of Appalachian parents. A twice a week tu- toring program is also conducted at the Hollywood Community Center in Franklin County, Ohio. The Dakota Street Project concerns itself with the Dayton West Side. About thirty members tutor in a weekday program at the Dakota Street Community Center and at Wesley Center. The Boys Club project is a newly organized program with about fifty members. They tutor and organize recreation projects at the West and East Side Boys Clubs. Circle K. is a male organization concerned with community action. They have organized several information programs on campus concerning drug use. The Cystic Fibrosis Organization works with local patients, contributing their talents in physical therapy. The U.D. Knights of Columbus group dedicates itself to community service. They have helped out with the other groups in fund raising. In addition to these organized groups, there are other semi-organized groups which work at the St. joe's Orphanage, at the State Hospital, and at old age homes. Tom Liszkay EventsfCommunity 45 STUDENT TEACHERS Slow learners A.P.'s discipline problems . .. Students. Brilliant destructive progressive old . . . Critic Teachers. Apathy broken homes special ed. learning disabilities culturally deprived irregular absences personality conflicts hostility communication ... Problems. The first day - a gruesome day four walls five preps Call different?l the world at 6:30 A.M. ink-stained blouses chalk marked sportscoats red pencils, busy work, lesson plans ties and dresses names without facesg faces without names getting it all together - NOW all the answers - some of the time maturity Calmostl self-fulfillment poise . . . Student Teachers Children teeny-boppers very young men and women professional collegues . . . People. And I emerge as a teacher. 46 EventsfCommunity Lf? -SS --,-e4f"5'5Zk . J 1 4 5 , f . 'tl' BOYS CLUB SER VICE CL UB w XB B f f F EV v L., EventsfCommunity 47 ELECTRIC MUSHROOM .fog wi .'-'mit V .Q 1,-, ' 1, -.Vx . -'Hi-. 1 If i L af' '5 A.. , 'x'1 . IPI ' Q .FN 4 z .J X. f 7 4 , 4 11291. if' ? 1115 I, ,L W if ,V . 7, 2, , .,- W1 . 48 EventsfEIectric Mushroom if 2 X 3 .3 pweng 'F ,fy fi wwe, Qf me 5 WJ' W- -51-' -HS" H kk, , M, ist ' 995,- 55 L 1 44 xg' if . . '. AQ: 4.-. If ar if 3 2 ' 'kf5!3i L EventsfEIectric Mushroom 49 50 EventsfSoccer SOCCER 1970 P . - y..g i .Q 21 , Q ,J H. .1 I ., i , m ,N W, Q fp. --nf ww , wt? Y , 'nfl 4- ' . FL, -. 1 . , Y. ',, . -.,.i -4 . 1 A A I -'Qin .FL EN .4.a.,,4. , ,ug-.5 "Tb M4 L 1 - 1 5 7--SVU' " ,p ,,. . Y 1 E' 4 4, , - f , gf Q94-.,z.'. ' - V . ., . .. It .V V ' .. . f-,x . - V , . Y H . , . - ww-:.,, , .,,,, ,S 5 -y ' W' ' f- 5 -4.-.-A EventsfSoccer 51 i 'X ---1 1 4 T jih- 52 Events! ROTC ROTC ON CAMPUS: War Vs. Peace? One of the greatest benefits of our colleges and universities is the fact that these education- al establishments offer to all students, not just those comprising a majority of campus person- nel, an opportunity to direct their studies toward many diverse interests. As long as this coun- try continues to offer such education to its hundreds of thousands of students, these pupils will continue to seek new and more beneficial avenues of approach through the educational system to the attainment of their personal goals in life. Comprising a minority of students on the university scene are those enrolled in the Reserve Officers Training Corps program. These students, like all other personnel on our campus, work toward different professions. Yet, they differ from many other students by the fact that these cadets serve their country in the positions of United States Army officers for a few years. The traits of leadership and professionalism a cadet learns from four years in the ROTC pro- gram will prove to be most beneficial in all his future endeavors, regardless of what they may be. This year the University of Dayton will witness the commissioning of over one hundred ca- dets to the rank of Second Lieutenant, United States Army. This commissioning serves not only as a ceremony to issue rank to cadets, but also, and somewhat more important, as a sign of the different opportunities available to all students to achieve their own personal goals in life, of- fered by our educational system. Cole C. Kingseed CfCol. Cadet Corps Commander ON THE ROTC QUESTION The academic accreditation of ROTC at the University of Dayton is, above all other things, a contradic- tion. The contradiction had not been brought out in either the emotive harangues of plastic radicals or the knee-jerk reactions of know-nothing YAF types. Nor has the hamstrung Academic Senate been able to un- derstand this proposition. The question of ROTC accredita- tion is blurred by several factors, not the least of which is inertia, i.e., U.D.'s several decades of ROTC which, up until last year, had been mandatory for all male undergradu- ates, it seems to me that this inertia is precisely the matter which disallows most people to see the ROTC pro- gram as contradictory to any legiti- mate standards of academia. Where is the consistency between the valued notion of university au- tonomy in determining academic standards and the Defense Depart- ment practices of curriculum formu- lation and appointment of faculty? How is academic credit justified when a substantial portion of the ROTC texts are written and pub- lished by the Department of Defense? Where, might I ask, are the academic credentials in the back- grounds of most ROTC instructors? And does it not seem strange that upper level ROTC students 15 are contractually obligated to serve at least three years in the military, 21 fi , . -gl- . 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Y , ig. 4 AND LABS EventsfStudies 61 T0 INTELLECTUAL STIMULATIGN . .. 95:11 n u ,J 62 EventsfStudies -Z H' if . , N 3 OR BOREDOM? EventsfStudies 63 Q ,, , - , ., 4. .sn uw'- 64 Eventsfwinter 1 . ! ZF? I, 1 W, a, , 'tw L if 'bg 'A Q' V Htl- Ju -45 M ' f 'sv J x 11 -. I 2855? ,wh ,gcffmr Xi K' X . 'auf' ' x' '11 ' 'FREE Q 'ESF' ALTERNATE CENTER QF EDUCATIGN AT DAYTON ACED tpronounced acidj is primarily a place to learn. lt is free and open to all who wish to partici- pate in it on either a student or teaching level. Red tape is all but non-existent and the responsibilities of the students are minimal. No money is asked for and none of the people who work for ACED receive any financial renumeration. Why, then, do we have an organization like ACED? The purpose of ACED is, very simply to provide an alternate education structure. The need for an alter- native is plainly evident when you look at the struc- ture of this university. It has its prejudices just as most structures of its kind do. ACED strives to free itself from these limiting prejudices and to show the other side of the coin where possible. ACED is expanding and within the next year or two should be among the ten largest alternate educa- tional centers. The ultimate dream for ACED is this: an educational structure which provides everything necessary for learning: audio-visual aids, books, resources, supplies, teachers, directions, guidance, moral support, and physical space. The student needs only one thing - a desire. 66 EventsfACED PHILOSOPHY OF ACED 1. ACED IS FREE. There are no restric- tions on who teaches a course, who attends a course, how the material is presented, what is presented. 2. ACED IS AN ALTERNATE EDUCA- TIONAL STRUCTURE. It provides an education in the things that matter most to the individual. 3. ACED IS EXPERIMENTAL. We learn by our mistakes rather than flunk by them. 4. ACED IS FOR EVERYONE. We en- courage non-UD student participation. 5. ACED IS A REVOLUTION. We seek what is new and exciting and we at- tempt to show a different kind of learn- ing - learning that is fun. We look forward to the day when all learning becomes an enjoyable process. Evenrsmcsn 67 ----Q-.Q BASICS OF KNITTING 84 CROCHETING Kathy Schill A Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., for ten weeks First Class - September 29, S204 No limit on students - guys welcome The course will offer the BASICS of knitting and crocheting, but if there is something more difficult you want to do, we'Il get a book and learn together. The class on Tuesday is a formality - instruc- tion will be on a 1 to 1 or a 1 to 2 basis at the time we decide be- tween us, so if you don't have Tuesday free, you can still take the Course. GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD AND INTO YOUR BODY FOR A CHANGE WITH A MANUAL SKILL. PEOPLE-ITIS AS SEEN FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF A FRISBEE Art Fleming Tuesday, 6:00 p.m., for ten weeks First Class - September 29, M109 No limit on students An examination of the parallel between those things commonly re- ferred to as people, with those widely known objects of the heav- ens better known as frisbees. We will attempt to show that both merely travel from one person to another, in the end winding up nowhere. Bring frisbees for reference. AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS IBASICSI Robert Weimer Thursday, 7:25 pm. five to ten weeks First Class - October 1, M104 Limited to fifty people We will cover the basic theories of automotive mechanics and will become more involved as the needs and desires of the class dictate. BETTER LIVING THROUGH YOGA Cathy Licata Monday, 7:00 p.m., for five weeks First Class - September 28, KU Lecture Room No limit on students A basic elementary study of Yoga. Better Living Course will consist of a slide presentation, a film presentation, will teach simple Yoga practices for mental and physical relaxation for men and women. A student of Yoga is giving this course. Students should wear clothing suitable for sitting on floor, also bring small mat or towel or rug. 68 EventsfACED If-gf" ASTROLOGY ' - 'i .-.. 1 ,-- Enrique Romaguera Monday, 7:30 pm, for ten weeks First Class - September 28, M112 The sky's the limit The average person knows such basic skills as reading, writing, adding, subtracting, but knows nothing about astrology. Big deal. Meanwhile, corporations, farmers, doctors, institu- tions, weather bureaus, etc. rely on astrology for reliable in- formation. Galactic and planetary cycles can affect cosmic conditions on earth. A horoscope is a chart of the progres- sion of these cycles at any one time and place on earth. The course shall try to explore this system. GUITAR AND MUSIC THEORY REVOLUTIONARY OPERATIONS TRAINING CORPS - OR ROTC Tom Conry and Lori Zagata Bill Kelly and Tom Conry Thursday, 7:30 p.m., for ten weeks Tuesday, 9:00 p.m., for ten weeks First class - October 1, S216 First class - September 29, S216 No limit on students Limits are counter-revolutionary Once again our ever-popular course in how to read Sexual repression breeds violence, therefore screwing the system is guitar music, make up harmony, know what a valid revolutionary activity. you're talking about. Access to strings only re- System-screwing includes: quirement. How to read and play for the complete YAF forensics lnon-accreditedl idiot. Third semester this has been offered. Building occupations 101 File rifting 114 Miscellaneous rip-offs 210 fprerequisite: must know Mark Rudd's social security numberl Trashing and trucking 270 Affinity grouping 314 Incendiaries 415 Provo 421 PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS, AND PROJECTS OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY Black Panther Party Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., for ten weeks First class - September 30, S113 No limit on students The Panther party will seek to educate the people concerning the issues and crises in America. Members of the Party and communi- ty people will conduct the course. Community work, a short pro- gram on self-defense, and revolutionary lifestyles are just a few of the proposed topics. HIGHCERJ FIDELITY jack Vincent Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. First class - September 30, M111 No limit on students Do woofers bite? Do tweeters chirp? What is hi-fi? How high is hi-fi? Why are juke boxes not hi-fi? How much power do you need from an amplifier? Do tube amplifiers sound different from transistor amplifiers? Can records last forever? Those who have some exper- FARMS AND SURVIVAL tise in any of these areas are encouraged to join and help make the learningfteaching easier and more enjoyable for all, especial- Ken Finlayson ly invited are all who like music. Time and place to be determined after registration No limit on students. Intended primarily for those interested in intentional communities. We are looking for those with inclinations and experiences in acquiring rural land for residency and retreat. Property, zoning, and group ownership are some topics of investiga- tion. Themes of rural-urban health and well-being will be likely to evolve into study of various rural intentional communities. Those interested in actual pur- chase of land will have the opportunity to explore possibilities together. EVENTSXACED 69 V V VV --VV V-Vi-,YV -..V - - --,,,,-,, .,,,,, V V x ' Q ff 4 V VV XE ' ' r' 1 ,..,, V 2 V - , 'EL K' Vfszgsfh , ,.y,' ' ,Q L Y r 7 SV :try 1 . S ' V 4 . ,Vx ' ri A - H 1. 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It is really amazing when one recalls the questions that have seemed important to members of our student government in past years. A codification of laws passed by earlier U.D. Student Con gresses, for example, included regulation of the proportion of "slow" records to "fast" records played at a campus dance. Student Government has gone through a process of severing its "party functions, government has become a truly political organ. Politicization is a phenomenon which seems to be occurring in formerly placid institutions. The Student Council has become a Student Government, we seek now to renovate the educational processes of the university. We seek a sharing of decision-making powers, we hope for the possi bility of a university government. The executive branch conducts investigations of off-campus housing, books speakers, and remains open to student-initiated projects from beyond the realms of Student Government. The social emphasis of government no longer concerns modified forms of the high school sock hop. Political awareness has replaced the docility of previous governements What will happen between now and the time you remember or try to remember? Women's Lib, Ed Reform, Wayne Morse, Kevin Keefe, frisbees, St. Mary's, 3 o'clock on Fridays, the Alnite Center, grades, students, places. Government surely changes, for nothing stands still. Change will be pos itive if those who follow remember that government isn't the same as instant magic, that it is mere ly as good as the people working with it and init. For those whom I have known and worked with, I am grateful. Bill Snyder Speaker of Congress Q V is J K WX: If '- f cffigl' L For the past three years, we students have had no government. Instead, we have had an anti-government, oriented towards its own form of propaganda Ieducationl with its own anti-heroes. It has claimed authority over us by taxing us. It has made it possible for us to say that it does not represent our viewpoint simply because it has taken one. The proper functions of a true student organization have become obscured. Of course it is not supposed to be a club used for practice by political science majors, but then neither is it a political propaganda machine. In light of this, I have set down ten areas which I believe contribute towards or are a fulfillment of the proper func- tions of a student government. All activities would be supported by the voluntary contributions of students, such as paying a set fee if one wishes to participate in any of the activities, and by various other capitalistic employs, such as admission prices to hear speakers lif they're worth hearing, they're worth paying forl . There would be no taxes, there would be only three ex- ecutive officials, and there would no longer exist an anti- government. The ten points of concern are: 1II the removal of political attitudes and ventures from stu- dent government, 21h constitutional reform, 3II an increase and balance in the speakers' program, 4II an expansive, educational, and enjoyable movie series, 5II support for the sponsorship of religious services, 61+ autonomous concerts, 7fI drug information and first aid center, 811 publication of student directory, 9II newsletter lnot newspaperl, 'lOl recruitment activities We could have a viable and responsible governing-body dedicated to our own service and information, and we wouldn't have to force it on anybody. All we need is someone willing and able to implement it. Mark L. De Bard STUDENT GCJVERNMENT: PRO AND CCN '?E?'f'Q"-5,E"3a?i'A::5 i'T?'9' ""'i5fTT'7l 1:-., -is-3-r.:-, -ar.-5.g4--,'!m3a:23f1'-efgz.-E-153 uw:-e.sR'bgi?Qinn.'.,ai.Q'?lhn-:llun.1f'-::fi-..,,1n.,, i"::""'u:.3'f Q,-f"""'1 il-i ami- Sr.:--L14-"-."-.. 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"'.. ,I ,I l Ill!! i, yr Eventsf0ff-Campus Housing 77 7 W' f 5 r' , ..w. 78 Eventsf0ff Campus Housing "1-IIN x C' ' 1 1 . 1 l.' in: v I Eventsf0ff-Campus Housing 79 80 Events! Black W1 !V f X Wig Z? ff lay X 42, lf " Q,,fZf75' I 'ii ff f M ff Q "5 'Q 'wffff f 4,2 f if 2 J W if ff",'fPf . M. , fi f f f., I THE ESTRANGEMENT OF MAN FROM MAN What is man? Is he the social animal which we have come to believe him to be? Is he a being capable of functioning freely and independently within this highly materialistic society? For man to be a social being it is necessary that he enjoy free and independent intercourse among and between his fellow men. In order that he be an animal, he must master the art of living within the delicate balance of nature. Man, therefore, is neither social nor animal. An animal is a gifted being, possessing the basic instincts necessary for survival in a world much larger than his physical being, yet a world which is more real and beautiful than the highly techni- cal society which some men have in fact created for the pleasure of others. Man too possesses the necessary intelligence to co-exist with nature, but he has used that intel- ligence to attempt to exert his mastery over the forces of nature in order that he may create an even "better and more materialistic society." It is the rule and not the exception that some animals exist to eventually satisy the "basic" hun- ger and needs of other animals. Among men, on the other hand, has been created a world in which the acquisition of material wealth determines the extent to which I am a satisfied person. That greed and selfishness is, of course, defined for us and given its validity and justification by this society which we label as ours. It is that society which dictates our life styles. Man has been constantly programmed to reflect only the norms and values of what has become known as the American way, whatever that may mean at any given time. Presently it means that people are formed from day one to believe that there is only one function which they can secure in this society, and that function is in fact determined by the standards of that society. They further "learn" that they must serve in their particular niche to their fullest capacity, to function without questioning which is the ultimate in programming. It is not that man is incapable of functioning otherwise. It is very simply that he has been condi- tioned to use those tools to stymie the thought process of other men, thus estranging man from man, and man from himself. Is it not hypocritical for your society to assume that we can regard one another in this world as individuals, when you have in fact created and maintained conditions which cause me to regard my fellow man as an object for my satisfaction? You have removed me from my fellow man, and him from our mutual feelings which we would like to sincerely express. You have enslaved me to that which is right for you, as if all else is taboo. You have labeled me as you see me from your eyes, using those values which are yours, yet alien to the world which I have come to know as mine. Life is as you say it is and ought to be, and you have mastered my mental processes so that I have helped you perpetuate that myth, which to you is reality. But I am crying now, daily becoming more vocal, not simply reciting fiery words, nor shedding tears of self-pity. What I feel and am beginning to express is the strong desire to free myself from you. I am reciting words which have moved from the purely emotional Cas necessary as that stage was initiallyl to the more important rational discussion and understanding of what it will take to break the chains of human bondage which have held me within the womb of a mother who isn't even mine, as if I were a bastard child, having to depend upon her warmth and desires for my every breath. My cry, which once was that of a frustrated and anguished being who was not accorded equal values in this society, has now become tears shed for you, the man who is in fact the devil. You have destroyed the balance of mankind and in the process, of nature which is so necessary for my existence. I shed tears as I become increasingly aware of the only avenues of change, the only recourse of action which you are leaving me, and thus yourself. It is necessary for me to humanize you. You who have emasculated my manhood and subjugated me to an inferior position. I am the civilized being, I am today and I was yesterday, and in the pro- cess of humanizing you, I won't even use your Christianity. Man has wrought his own destruction, and the animals will continue to pursue their natural course. The animals will be here long after man has departed, SAVORING the taste of that which for so long has been his enemy, and mine. Alvin C. Gay Department of African and Afro- American Studies fix. I 5 x S1 X 5? .. ? 12,-5' H Y H TZ? , X fn-. x" Q if my M 1 if A'-4 wav -v x 9 A 1 .f XR K+ ' 'VJ if f 'I "iff N, A ,fm -as 4- Aus 'He-1' vga- :xr I-.4 ful' ' A X '1 1? X - Y, W 1-. 4 'F 'E fig 'Y "'4 "iiE5?f - -iff". ' Q. . 1 I. , ' h ' ..1,r " ' ' ,151 "Lf, " I Z' l 86 EventsfChristmas EventsfChristmas 87 88 EventsfLiving-Learning LIVING-LEARNING CENTERS Thom jones and the other eleven residents of 1320 Brown St. are only one of several experiments in living and learn- ing being carried on by students in the UD area. Their im- pressions of the benefits of experiencing the living-learn- ing environment appear below. We can see at least three areas which have been benefi- cial for those people in the Living and Learning Center. First, the living situation itself lsix girls on one side of a duplex and six guys on the other sidel presents enormous potential for personal growth and development. The inter- actions between people have created an open atmosphere which usually means that a person is in a situation where he either relates to people or does not get along with them at all. It is hard to be indifferent, the others quickly per- ceive this type of an attitude in the open atmosphere in which we live. There is an enormous difference between the amount of resources available in the dorms and what we have found here. Each individual in the house has different interests, which are often discussed. Each individual has friends out- side ofthe house who are a constant input. There are quite a few people who are interested in the program and the house, as well as a few faculty members and resource people outside of the university community who have come to talk with us. And lastly, the Living and Learning Center has also stimulated intellectual growth. Aside from the course, "Community and Communal Living," which we structured and are now participating in, there is a constant interchange of ideas on philosophical, political, and theological matters. In- tellectual interchange is not limited solely to the classroom. The ideal of the closer integration of the living and learning sides of a student's life has been brought a little closer with the three above mentioned beneficial aspects - personal growth, in- creased resources, and intellectual development. EventsfLiving-Learning 89 ,Ulf In most cases, progress necessitates change However, It does not always follow that change slgnrfles progress It IS only through the efforts of far sight ed :ndlvlduals that a change now wlll contmue to benefit society many years after It IS enacted Each department of the unlverslty must bear this In mlnd as It trams students to assume responslbll mes In their chosen fields The Dayto nlan has asked several members of the faculty and admlnlstratlon to comment on new, emerging dlrectlons In their respective fields and the possible ef fects of these new perspectives . . . . - 'tn-1 . Af "I , f,,.+-fd,Wi L+ X r .. . F . L . W ll: vf'I . . ' 1 l - "' 'L-N iff. ll.--f Q 495 'Q ,g,q+f'f+r1: 'ff f f f-if ' , A wr-A - if V A6531 gi 23534 ' .1 A ' YQQI' 'mv 31? f "--. 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In Education: A Year of Paradox lt was the best of times. Education in America was undergoing a Renaissance initiated by the demands of minorities, students, technological developments, a complex society and a Catholic intellectual awakening. Programs oriented toward urban education multiplied. Increasing awareness revealed that exist- ing structures geared to a white, middle-class society were not relevant to the needs of minority students who were as eager to develop self-pride and self-determination as economic advance- ment and personal gain. Courses highlighting minority cultures and scholarships for minority stu- dents indicated a genuine attempt to vitalize civil rights legis ation. Throughout the country, stu- 3- i , dents at all levels-of,educatio ere ema-n ing a rec ivi g a vo'cei t de enmi,na ioin of eu' - - .E iel. 1..g3VxlI.C: ti cilell'l.1lnl,ii1..ill f"'trrqull1'm,"gra nlglpoliile -an -ardmlnystla-tlv 'stlru 't rel. flihiey- -eenteclf'-a-px ous--to-wdev fop-eduea--w-, lmtitonm litu 'lr' o1x'lgl1'lrovi'd-e-l at olnlytf 'r-fheirlp lrsicgnalsicflinciw' 6 'clgai-n-bufa l- Holwtlller-4-l f. .i l A gs, l - lsr s V--+ 1 .l ?"t"'lVl'e'a'nvtfhilp"l!dfJcati' ltltechitroln of nik 'to"-devel pcbfeybnfd-th' itlnagihalio +i pr-1--+ l"'tb'ffe'eri'Plto' rafrnllned lin' fl'LiCI'lUlll' bfegp' re ct' " ol'inlg'at'llTei'r' , de, , Q- f Q 3"Tc'eiVed'itsib' n"fits'i'f1'qo"' irsestranjgirigyfrpt 'E e'-r1l1,'e" f" rytrepdm' to ativgnpe' 'o'arIai:rIu'5j-P - - gg-:fault-Ti flTe'fe'xi' endif-Bio o rL6"rWpflEg?'s ciet , ega "demand 'liifschools prL ' Uceig'r' ua'tes'afbfll2 fl l Tfofsukceeiilii agechncll llaltengvmo m n Z-IEAQV1 le 1 I if ' ' , I tltnatccbuntabi It fbecam alke,yW5ffEl in th I v I' 2515 i'll6fJp'Ri 'e?it'sfi'iiTeElU' atiiiriilins i' ions. Tlifif C' illmpactof, tl 5i?Qe'a7"" atlogo The-LA 'Tyi nlCaffl'f5lic ipffriericeit determine , I r'iCa'thcj'licie'ucatliofifI l A. 'li if A il .M 'fm l fllmllafl e qi?3!E3afi "'t gttieifwa-its -' 'bgiggtmij grity'gr'ou'ps' 'gegahifotaai k"Tii2 f'iffg t.sEd1sshQ9'ES. etettsii S PQa.Ls-n desif- lvg'fE.5PC1S lf5?fQ"'9'l .5569 wo :brow Q L..enJy.It0ke,h.i.fn..f,se r,H.532t- i2yg,t.vIU'- 3. sE.3lr1s-5 ?.s9i.r1SFQHF1L g itiPS.?L0g' Of Plfovmin Qpen fed' f l lrollmentsl a aihst elem ntary? an . ?hi .hlsc dolsif rvlnofrespo di 2 to thlei 'Eeefds-, an agalnstlt Qe . Efra iohhllvl "bf:-5 an t6dh'ala4 tlefiieblsailel ctio ' Tyfffh lylviliifwfesb el u'gil'ehfl'lfiE':-I3 I Tri'qTnall'5QBo 'Lniit asfdf Cpsit telil Q5l5EL5iiiQ fj1f?h'f. " 'isF.'f5Afli5i55liT 53'5l'W0fflF". L- .Lt1-Li.rbQa.nl.A -Qi.ca,i5tud ,5t fsitme SNBQEQQOJQ. - flax aifssl l fhgiirf emiegsltlidf GIA 9 '2!fibi5Qlsii5-fill l,-.,,sti.tutiQhs.iAfou.Id, Qverls. - .nd..aEnQ.s pl ifjsd L attltqss-2,l1v. ishfiidl . fthfivingliaf a Yisroiialnl 'J .ssl Ln 5 fy- d gi v tf a fl ' t .f 1 r r :ja alrlkl A -A V ' A - - - - fra....isb,..1'ey.,.ams- .e---ma.r15 i. .Lima a.ciCeaar1'.-Qr 9.a.L..- :Lge -a r ' l Z n , a 'sl ddfe ed r'ma:ril i 3 " 55.7.08 ' git -l- . 1 .t , ese. -. itetpfls. , all.1.S ,.5.Q+ QEl x,B!T..l!Q2f l0te.aL23- N 5 .- Ar31eric?.nLe uca.tiori1..Me eltan educat omalltefolz, ,s.li,kew.i.s.e.. remL.des.po enteandlhrt. amass-is i ing..fll1en?u.en.1:y,i.sough.1E..a te,p1ati.vlesg.o . 'tii.-Tt.s. .lillpdlm i istitteg i t 1 A - t c tional ,-.. A ' -og-y I'-lensiitep ip- -is.pbs-. s ni ag -fvyou 1- .tnfolilablepa I 3 - o P- 1 f' l al-in s 1 C if Q.. . Qr.ge.i. ..5?oslsihle'rrio11s1ensQ, LlcozulfLdi.C. l Q-- but.ali.s5...tilie da.l.s..of the who .i.St.r.h .- .amfi-.aah-1.ihe,.d.ami .amce-Qt1ec. ..Ql,ogy.in1th .d1.assmQm 'f 1 2 2 i If f I -Hl.l lf' t i. "' Q--fmaly-lead-to he-a sence' anew- slinlsqolety ,...t....t-.t..- ..-...-,...-t....-- ..,c...,..-...tH Meanwhi e other Americans'began to question their historic faith in ducation and criticized ' schools over alledged permissiveness and lack of discipline. They began to vote down tax money for education with alarming regularity. In Catholic schools, many feared that financial problems would frustrate the formation of a redefined role for Catholic education. 1971 was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a year of paradox. We were optimistic, we were pessimistic. It was a watershed period in American educational history. As the myths of the past were dissolving we felt alone and lacking in direction. But perhaps this fact would be the very cause for optimism, for now there is no alternative but to turn to each other - school offi- cials, teachers, parents and students, minority groups and whites, technologists and humanists, Catholics and secularists - we must communicate in order to guide education from this era of cri- sis into a future of opportunity. EventsfCommentary 93 IN BUSINESS: A cHANc1Nc EMPHASIS The end of the sixtieslwitnessed not only the end of a decade, but the end of an era as well. Peo- ple, life, and business will never be quite the same again. The start of the seventies places American l?F'5'neSS,0'? the threshold Of new Opportunities and nSeSwSres .o s'bi ifes Many oft. es ., - i ai A Z l , H l -S S 1l'F'i-l n -w I 1 ., eiv. . km -odt, 59 .h . hr.. Q, 1 Q Vi. ' V ,. l . . il S 1 l , , , l G - " iz l ,dir Santas - 2 r.ehaL-fifmia , si ege - ' i "- W 3 U --Mi-+P-i -lfier-diaries A . -Y - - a S + Emgiu'-illS lll S 1 ' 'YQ M X. . .3 o . 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Hn lg to - 94 . r r-E-nmemn , i s 5'-ri,nrs.,vumliiee1 or . ei nem he about through the efforts and abilities of our corporate strengths. While some may say too little too late, business does learn, it does change to the shifting requirements of the consumer. It must, or it will perish. Besides, it's good for business. EventsfCommentary A . . SCJ . S San nSS. in , , H .. , . ilgge o .1 ,, ,. . Gil - Q u gh., - R ' i. - . 'p,,a5 1 3 ei e ar ' l i University. Dr. Max L. Densmore, an associate professor in Marketing, came here in 1965, after receiving his Ph.D. from Michigan State University. He earned his BacheIor's degree in 1957 from the same university, and his Master's in 1963 from Western Michigan lii-1,431 Q 'NYM 5 2 1 A .i V 1 .' , ,,.-:gg 1 ' 'G A 3 f Fix N' U 1 has-R EventsfCommentary 95 1- - - - - - - - - -1 C111x1w's1,'1:: or r11:r-c11x1u.1 1: 1:-0.1.5111 or T1u'sY1:.:. - - '-- - - - - - - - -3 v11111111f1, r.111,,1:,m. 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Hmmr, Pm mm Q RM, n111111111: 11111111111111111111111111,111111111 DMVC Re HMHIMWE I Mmm! lm-ully advisers. mclurlxnz the Hand. 3 1111m1.11y 011111. ADMINISTRATIO I 96 EventsfCommentary EED FOR LEADERSHIP . Rev. George B. Barrett, S.M. became a professor of education here in 1952, after earning his Bachelor's degree from U.D. in 1932, his M.S. in Education from Fordham University in 1946, and his doctorate from Fordham in 1958. He is presently vice-presi- dent ofthe university. 'E ii 1 .bk N V .. limi I E- li:-lf' gl- . fs-ii' . . E. .l l ' 'fig .' fi ..'J.fs.-'.- A l' ' il A contemporary university has many needs: library holdings to keep pace with the knowledge explosion, dedicated, competent faculty to meet ever increasing demands for better teaching, and a great deal more money to get the job done. At this point in time, however, its most desperate need could well be for creative leadership. No individual or group of persons at a university has a monopoly on leadership. It can be found at every level. But where it should exist as a charism, as something dynamic and creative, is in the administrator. Faculty and students accept without question the daily housekeeping chores of administrators. They also understand their role as implementers of policy. These functions, howev- er, do not satisfy their need for a type of leadership which transcends routine and infects with en- thusiasm. Vision, sensitivity, breadth of perspective - in a word, creativity - are the hallmarks of quality to which they will respond. Campus tensions, educational reform, innovative programs, and the whole problem of change and its management call for the most constructive thinking which the university can provide. Though not alone in meeting these issues, the administrator is by role and function in the best pos- ition to take the fore in their solution. If the administrators of the University of Dayton can measure up to the task, this institution of higher learning will be well on its way toward creating the climate called for by the Scranton Re- port - a strong sense of community and common purpose. EventsfCommentary 97 S. 4- S. E, ,, , 3 it P 1 wg 'H , N Q ' 1 wi? ' 2-5 ,. Q Q X ' 3 ' Q" R w. is K , W L gy sr' T ' Jw' .1 is X -Q .A w. E" 'Jw if 5 il S' ' 'ff' .. . mt Q I, , L' A ' .. -ww 'X 2 K- Q 3 -1 g 'I .f .:. .,.,.. ' all--A .. .,....H, . 'FQ , '3- A ' xx X , 1 'Q A 'gs-' 1 'xii . ,h,. ' .Q 15:8 fe-f 9 sf . , ' -- 1 X ij-f.::,z:.:,'-f fvf -- -' , - , , , ,.M-.,...,.-..,,:., ,.. .. ,..... , , Q , ' ,. IN SOCIOLOGY: A TREND TOWARD INCREASING INVOLVEMENT Men everywhere live in groups and it is the consequences of group living which are the subject matter of Sociology. Sociologists are equally interested, however, in why groups change or disinte- 2 l grate iandgin the? relationships almongggrolgpgmemtbe s arid eenl g Q51 s.,,Hergce, the two, gmt theor ticalsubdivisions of Sociology aregSoci4al iOrga iIzati,orJQa1n?i5pci,ag ,ol . g gg,--in 3-Q 7-el vilduals fregquently enter Sociology. because they-are--con,-eine aQb u sodial Aproble- I - want offiiiidisoltqitionsfor-them.-Soci-al1proble'm-sisanfareaofm I io is ' rvfes asalla , .I 'in W Ci' WAN N39 l5iP0FUDEgdt I Tswilillnii it iii' iil te,t,bia3vdVHlWTfiyi"i erl' O f wwe SQCEQEQSFSESIL 0weYRf,QW, Q .eabrhihitec ihQ,-stQriy,QiQs93,i .f.tlP,'f0fI 95. alligdjgflgxgfigiliiilll lc 1 ' , leagu sgto COnC6intrate,on f'Ipure'f research, contending that on yatvhegi si thebrylis com A unde stood williwe have enough knowledge toffsolvle social i ili blleins. B gt his is as unre stici.-asf 2 to find the cause of andisease without evertexanffining a dis ased speigfnien. 7 ' - ' - ' ' 5 ology emerged at the end of the nineteenthcentury'alfnti stfsiympltai 'e lulsly'inQgEfro e iriiofag I " biygi ''Ffamfefobrmany,faad'Bn'i5it1T5rimghe'fUnirEd'Qsiafta5iTt tts,ffrpriit"hg' " oflog hasfhadfaifm international character, ltf isa tribugey to Amer cagn soiiol I ,5t5,.lJ9.wi-3 . L t t 'ol I ciolo ylhasbeeh called ,','the Americag'Stcience.,".IbIecause it lasi detrelo e rnore ' gidily . Unit o States that anywhere elseglCongjeimporary-AmerieantSoexgggjgyi djby, f pers on H L " f 'c" ajrad calcdiscipliiief. In the Decem'beri8, 'l968'issue'of1ihie'NlEW" 5 1! We Kfiite' Suggested ftitiwvsh Qf the PI'iff?Sfj0REOc'c',egE 4515 1 MSP' ed liy .S09iQl6giSfS, and YiICerPrets,idem,Agnew Stated duri e f,!lQ!ftQ?.IUP3llgQ-Lg,,QL , polic re 'arding urban problems shouldgibe '?l'iartlfhE4iadQ,:ec ' V riisiegdgei of th? busiic I ness anind engineer, rather than 4'dubious li' sl ogi tsl. - 2 fi 2 ' Ra icallSociol3ogy, which tends ltowfocfus on T, ide tifiedftby sexgeraliattribi f utes. irsti it regards as themost A " ' - 'O if 3pres'en't hi toiicalicontextfthose pficlass, 'raceg L and e . . g r ,W me q lstri utmn of power, the of Qecondlyi radicqalisifcfig ol Qlogi n - n or n. no U n i 0 ' Q l' cn. llil " i - lll lli -In f l ll l 1 .I vi ,V+ 1 theldiiidirig soci2!55i0uctu relPCKhlly, ra6TCQ Sociofgifpis z6?Qgemef1?3While t " ditional role of the sociologist has been that of an observer, the radical sociologist is activiely ini volved in the solution or amelioration of social problems and is committed to the creation of insti- tutions which embody humanistic values. EventsfCommentary 99 IN BIOLOGY: AN AIR or EXPECTA TION As a science, genetics is relatively young, its first expansive stage of develop- ment began some 60 years ago. The past 20 years have witnessed such tremen- dous advances in the areas of genetics and molecular biology that an air of expectation concerning future accomplishments has been created. Whether these accomplishments are in fact realized will depend a great deal on the lev- el of financial support given to biomedical research. The level of funding has not been favorable in recent years and this will no doubt affect both the quali- tative and of such research Since most of the future devel- a sg will ' ' ,A-z ndous ht be we How- ever ll s imgeneticffs for man ' " cull- ing selective t to mention the social of the old eugen e slow, limited in gene pool. The n genics permits the yet undreamed of, I rinciple is unlimited in its can on an individual basis and allows for the the highest genetic level. Euphenics is w eugenics and may be defined s by any biological may be e cell cell a somatic cell is ment of somatic cells is so much in keeping with accepted medical mores that no particular moral problems arise, whereas manipulating the germ plasm raised difficult questions. What sort of genetic treatments are envisioned? From the study of microor- ganisms, it is known that one can treat a bacterium with the genetic material, deoxyribonucleic acid CDNAJ, of another of the same species and the recipient will then express the trait of the donor. This process is referred to as transfor- mation, and has not as yet been conclusively demonstrated in mammalian 100 EventsfCommentary cells. Transduction is the transfer of genetic material from one organism to another by means of a virus. The evidence indicates that this phenomenon does occur in higher organisms. Some investigators are optimistic concerning the possibility of using transformation andfor transduction to treat such condi- tions as diabetes and phenylketonuria. Recent progress in the area of gene synthesis has given support to such optimism, for it not only opens the possibil- ity of synthesizing the correct version of a given defective gene, but also the possibility of creating new genes and combinations of genes. It has long been a hope of geneticists to effect a genetic change by directed mutation with chem- 0.1 The dif ultY' f 'ill fi 1'-t , ' ' invo f'cioali4a1F-My 'ill 'if ffm oi the geneti mesgg ay lim,-. o i nor sub ti 1 ' i 1 1' f rl e specificit of t e rea me t. Tr ns ormation, trans uctio an irected mutation hav also been prop sed means of manip ating ala ger plas 'fi ll 'T -" - oces f clo i ng th 1' human species h s also een su geste hat is n in .iherei the tra s l ation of nuclei fr ' " 'dua.l to enucleate ova, he idea bein to produce many replicas in the superior indiv' ual. .fs ing peri nts ve al-V, suc ssfull perfo ed in lower anima ,A1 s,'. ,-..- nn.. eci...:...f: .e ee .--ze ' 1--ff. ' 1 leu5t0 apply modern therapeutic means of alleviating human suffering, it is prema- ture d no ' the' teres of ind 5 tam wit af. plasm at this poinqn time We si ply o' not as ' et hav the r quisite nowl dge, technolo- gy an -wisd . 3. 1 ' a .H c'c' .' an be realized by manipulating the environm nt to enable each individual to develop to his maximum genetic pot6B-tial. Q at - sent, knowledge gained from the con- tinued study of molecular, population, behavioral and cytogenetics will make a substantial contribution towards identifying which genes in humans are in fact superior, and in understanding their mode of action. The possibility of de- signed genetic change is potentially one of the most important concepts to arise in the history of mankind, and marks a milestone in the evolution of life. Man would be able to rise above himself genetically, so to speak, and chart his destiny. Along with this prospect for genetic change comes awesome responsi- bility. lt is obvious that the responsibility for the solutions to the moral and eth- ical questions raised by genetic manipulations must not be restricted to biolo- gists and will require the collective wisdom of many disciplines. Dr. Kenneth j. McDougall, an assistant professor in the biology department, joined the faculty at U.D. in 1966, after receiving his bachelor's degree in 1957 from Northland College, master's from Marquette University in 1959, and Ph.D. in 1964 from Kansas State University. EventsfCommentary 101 !jo sIn ul I I I I I I 102 EventsfChicago '1"?"'4" 1 , H D 'F T"I?'f' ,1 A I, 55514 T1 lf.--Zi1i1'1:ggi,3gg pp 1 .ETX , .5 A f,n, 4L 5 M-f ffm 1 V -J... I A in .4 ' L ll, 'KE' -V ' ' '3:5fA. ' ' 1? . 'l ' i fn - g. X' "' ' r , A' 5 W ' 5 1 "V,lJu.,, , 1'-.. ' X a I Nl 1 , ' I I , I H 5 31 -' 1-'i' ' ' . ,- ' I I? 5 ' fy. Xffy. ' I 9 . fx 5:5 4 ' ' 1. m., . .. if- n 1 k F v ,- a 1 , 1 4 v 1 ,mv r, w x 4- -.,Qcn.-gf ,wi , , ,A- fifg- ' . T591 112' JT? 3 , s--:Q - X' 3" 'J ff ' I if 5, ,-1 Z .lv r 2, K' . T , J sd'-' , - - r -A . 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"He has endeavored every way that he could to destroy her confidence in her powers, to lessen her self-respect,Qand to make her willing to lead a dependent and abject life." i ' r g L 5 Our society has since keptwomen in the home or in a subordinate position in the working world, occasionally sending heron a cultural of social excursionf to curb boredom. Women have become frustrated and have now, after years of suppressing this frustration, have united with a common purpose and goal and a feeling of sisterhood. , el The purpose is notifor women to become more like men but for women to become more human, more sensitive to all people and to have an opportunity to develop themselves more fully, more creatively. Women's Liberation is a demand for self-determination and an attempt to redefine what is masculine and feminine as qualities in a person's character rather than as superficial externalities. women are working closely, realizing that the struggle is more effec- tive when working together, sharing experiences and knowledge. y 'V Like the early feminists we are aware of our oppressed state, but will continue our struggle until freedom is ours, that is, our freedom to be human. g E ' i E S FREE OUR SISTERS FREE OURSELVES Marianne Sullivan Barbara Carmen EventsfWomen's Liberation 105 THE PERFORMIN G AND VISUAL I ARTS DEPARTMENT T PRESENTS: THE UNIVERSITY 1 OF DAYTON PLAYERS I , lu LOOK BACK IN ANGER by john Osborne lohn Osborne's Look Back In Anger was the clarion call which signaled the renaissance of English drama a few years ago. The play began to question present social issues as Ameri- can plays had done in the thirties. It is a profoundly moving play in which jimmy Porter, an angry young man, looks back because he has so little incentive to look ahead. ll cf31.1r'?7"' M """" ' Events!PIayers 107 if .1513 1 -44.41. "F" 'IS , q . 1 3' ' 'I' 'I T ' H T f 108 EventsfPIayers THE HOSTAGE Events! Players 109 QP if E E 1 mrjrj 5 I , r 1 " i. W. , .-v.,, 3-. 5,7 -.Q A . - I S: ll lil .l w' Q wi ,i 1 l gi - il :Jw . 'fl 3 i , ' W , lg 5 . fl . 5 c fra, T ,gr 1 . , . :V M, ---f gs , . 11?-. lv ii? 5" FT' f'fiff'f1"'f2-:ii '- ' " 'f' 1:-, .b,.w,.,+ ,-E-sfo, 2 , W , ' '--rg-9 - . !'1':.:-pull:-fig-5 ' -.- ,t The organizational apparatus of the U.D. Players has, this year, been enhanced, dis- rupted, and altered. The development of the Performing and Visual Arts Department enhanced the Play- ers' organization in that theatre became a recognized division of the Arts discipline. In the past, productions were, at best, extra-curricular activities, whereas now a student may gain theatre practicum credit in a major role. The emphasis gained with depart- mental status has provided impetus to a serious, scholastic pursuit of the theatrical arts. With these gains, however, the Players' organization was still disrupted by the ab- sence of its officers. In the first semester, Ed Brigadier served as president-pro tem in the absence of Dana 5. Hart. But in january secretary-treasurer Nancy Syburg also trans- ferred, and the organization's leadership dissolved. ln the second semester, however, a new constitution was accepted, replacing the tra- ditional officers with an executive board comprised of the head of the Theatre Division, the Theatre Instructor, the Technical Director, and three elected students. This board will conduct all business before a clearly defined voting membership. These alterations in structure and procedure have produced the most vital campus theatre group in memory. Major productions in the first production were The Hostage by Brendan Be- han and Look Back in Anger by john Osborne. The second semester brought Shake- speare's Merry Wives of Windsor and Celebration by Tom Schmitt and Harry jones. After disruption and alterations, theatre at U.D. is indeed looking up. Events! Players 111 112 Events! Ecology IMPROVING YCJUR ENVIRONMENT IS Creating new life styles to reduce the waste and destruction of our environment. Using biodegradable laundry soaps rather than detergent. llvory, Cold Water All, and Lux Liquid are recommended.l Turning off unneeded electricity. Buying products in returnable bottles and reus- able containers. Turning the water off while you are brushing your teeth 5 putting bricks in your toilet tank, etc. Using natural predators, not DDT and other pesticides. Keeping a compost heap of grass, leaves, vegeta- ble scraps, and biodegradable garbage. Writing anti-pollution letters to legislators, indus- trialists, etc. Picking up a piece of litter - even though it's not yours. Adopting children if you want more than two. Sharing a magazine subscription with a friend. Returning junk mail by writing "Refused: Ecologi- cally obscene" - the sender will have to pay re- turn postage. Storing food in reusable, washable containers, not plastic wrap and tin foil. Using plain white toilet tissue, facial tissues, and paper towels. Dye is non-biodegradable. Returning coat hangers to your dry cleaner and suggesting that he reuse them. Taking your own tote bag or basket when shopping. Growing flowers for beauty and wild bird seed. Planting trees. They absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Reporting abandoned cars to your police. Riding a bicycle, using mass transit, or forming a car pool. Buying a small car with good gasoline mileage. Seeing someone littering and encouraging him to pick it up. Using live Christmas trees and replanting them after the holidays. Buying the common stock of industrial polluters and encouraging management to clean it up. Quitting smoking. Being willing to sacrifice your "standard of living" for your "quality of life." Events! Ecology 113 - .-,. M -, .-gf, rg , Q 1 5 - I 114 Events! Ecology ululllllil' lin iii' -"1-gf .. mf- ' 'W ' -sa " '.. ' M '!"'14UW'l1K Wm' , w Li' f ,Qu W Mjglgggiiiiiuiiim iimmqf35gg3gia1ug114I1 nfqb "EV wr 'EH Wi?''WM111WilW!!au3a, l11'Hzi ggnkgf:gggggm H' 'a': l:'!El".' lip W M . ,s ,l ' N Nw WL 'W M -+ ,, QW-'Q-lfw if nm . fWW? W, l MIB' '1"""" 'L V +4.-- '1l11!1IIl.. m l ! "" ! ""'W M Ju P BW M B, . - jill W " , , LW.11WiW , , 1 A www mum WM. . mmm W mf lilmqu " ' W N ' ..xaIIIu ' I W . 1 ull' 1 IWII 'n" nn: U' ' 1 w 1 ' , 'Q' ,, X X 1 ffQE5EsfQiQ,Qi1iilfQf,,Q1,g.LM -' 1' ,,,1" t:'!il:i!lLmm7'T 'WI IFE ,J 'twin' ima: in X QM HHH I sb!'111WW!ffifllfg'EM,!ii1QEQQE'!l!U'4i'i W V mW11'11"a5 mrm'u u f ' H17,,IW:," X X Lula ml 1 , ' .IM 1-r QL. AIR fobsoletel the invisible mixture of gases sur- rounding the earth, formerly devoid of polynu- clear hydrocarbons, nitrous oxides, etc. ECOLOGY fe col o gyj the branch of biology deal- ing with the relations and interdependence of living organisms and their environment. ENVIRONMENT Cen vi ron ment? all the condi- tions, etc., surrounding and affecting the devel- opment of an organism. POLLUTION fpol lu tion? defiling, making un- clean or impure. Ibiol.J the upset of the ecosystem. SILENCE lsi Iencel the absence of noise. Only negative descriptions may be found, as the pure strain of this quantity is no longer in existence. RIVER lriv er! fold Engj a steady flow or current of water. Today an economical open air storage area for effluent. 116 EventsfEcoIogy -,,...'wr."" '- -V 1 L "MIL F1312-. '. ,. " Q1 2551, ..:.N- .,,,..-J...-4... -- ' 3l,'- ' .,. , K 4- .,, rf... L . . -.... . . -..Q . ,.,,,. 1 , ' g,',-4 up--f QM vf "f IAA- ' wg? . g. ,.,,v Q' .. '-r-aa.-.4.1 P . . 4 ,.,Q,i -nun. E- f., --w. - '53?'7"' Re 4923.- Zi-N M ,W r1.,pffg,5.-Q A. ,-. . ,-JJ. r. - ' 1 W ' , 3.44. , ' .I ' '-". .- A " . '-' f lf.--1.. - ,......,..--h M - EventsfEcoIogy 117 Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That ' Cigarette Smoking is Dangerous to Your Health. Events! Ecology 119 'Q 2'-. 3, .,,, V271 .1-.flflmz fi if- up 1 f r gp. Uhr L X . - 'if' .Ja HA fs!! ,tr 'P .X KXA4 N'X'xx' 5 H FJNXT ff K . l I A complete community in 70 acres or less, where seven thousand people study, play, work, and live for eight months out of the year. Ultimately a blurry memory of the or- dinary times, the repeat- ing gamut from Sunday to Saturday and over again av. EventsfStudentActivities 121 .K V - XV . X . all -V 'uk Im' ' ' F I V 54 g l J m n: I " -V ,L ,, Y X... , .1 -V - -NHRA., :LL A 1' X -AB ' 4,1 . giqq. Tm e .s 4' '71, iii? . .iifsi 'f'-ff I A . 'lx-'Begg I . A -3 Q I ...QI '., I i ik? I I ' X X Ingzi 2.1 I, - . H ' ' - . ll. if l. 'A -. 1212" X. ' ,- 1"L'-,B , ,, , if ,fg,g,,:L."n,w 7-P! " f ffii Y' f F,-se - V ,, 0 Q., 41,5 Q Q 72 .qf'f , Mfgw- 'L ' b lfiif i ', '??1,yg21-Q? f-,gg ai f H 'A ' ' ' i 1 .1 nz.. 113-Lyjyrw -- . ---4 .fr jr 'Ji' - ' .l?:"1i: A: ,. wffiffifg ?f1Qff::1T?if 1'-Pfiffi-ifvfieiii-21 C 73,41 Hia- ' 'A1.L,,jnP- ,,Af?i-"3- . 4 3,1 ' ,L-T" fill' .rI,5?- 3:55, zfhjif Q-.swf . J" . 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'foo f uwivensirv f.D. mus PROOF oFAse GU ESTS W ELCOME E PiT i' 34 :ia 73- - - f- , , E214 4 1 .j1 :f,f:3fLi2a m3 '-lf? b i , ,V - TZif1'.'f'1Ef! 4a:if3,,wg,Q L..:.V -. A Z I E? La: Jg J ,.f... 5" " LF'Tf."l'1':"i?-viva11: 'rgtii 22,1 g, L., n.iy5f77' -.auf - f H' A L g: is if Fm: 1 ' - -Enix an L ni. H55 lil ES fi- f E ESL? 'lf-W 11 H1 H1555 i ,QW mimi Q: -Q asm: ll! Q 532: ry-9 Lawn: :fl ... an 54 HEFSEQW f mmm mm E522 L.Lhr.V.u...Jg.Y. - ?.'kff'A1 ' 'Z E151-.17! Wi Q li vm ff: A 1 ,., wg.: - ,F-::irfr' rf: f :+- - :f'ff::i42'f'-Q.if31ii'Tf1""3-f-.LJ if-1 'fr-"1 'A , " -' 'Q 109' .. and finally, T.G.l.F. 126 EventsfStudent Activities M Events!Student Activities 127 lg, . SPRING SPORTS 1970 EventsfSports 129 X 1 l, if ff f4Ei-,Lage V' 1 7 f- , l". gh 5 ' 1.-if' T A52 VSV ' it F2 1 L H 1 Q l I., , Y, ,, , ,.a,:g V 1 130 Events! Hockey . 11 - - f -,,. '-wg.-f V A--4 VARSITY HOCKEY 4 A Events! Hockey 131 VARSITY WRESTLING Eventsfwrestling X, . 41" A i" -Q., 145' 'VUE' ,nip f im ' -rea: Q98 WF? Wu. f INTRAMURAL SPORTS TIMER 134 Eventsflntramurals X151 .f 1' -s Q, ' Aiken- .I UR? 7 aff ' 9' H-:--:I ' " 1175? N- .1 Events! Intramurals 135 136 Eventsflntramurals Eventsflntramurals 137 WOMENS SPORTS 138 EventsfWomen's Sports X , n I I: I, 1. , 1,?..f.-,le 'w::-f:- 5 1 , " M " 54g55gk:wz'ifs f f 1 ,i,W aff, J ""' - f' a2f:q.p, 11-iff , ,,.., at , ,. W , m :WL a.m M F: ,,..,,f--fv- lvyls ' ' U ...-ff..-ofs"' EventsfWomen's Sports 139 I T EVE' 45 mi, .H xi E . f?ff'EfF' 140 Events! Nexus NEXUS , in i I.. -Th li! I.. 9: 'l. J. t 'I .dn 46311 . .V aw, ww B213 s a' Y .5 xteiuf V' ' a r' is ' . 'Skt-L ' -1.5 V . guy.--5, "gg, -I '15 ,. fi fini fga Zn, TFL , . Q'li2L'v . fx 1 .-,jif i f3T Ls:m-,-,,t- lg., f ist-if- . Nexus, the theme of the new U.A.O. programming with and for the entire campus community, met on january 24, February 5 and 19, March 5 and 19, and April 2. Representatives reflecting a cross-section of the campus and its var- ious organizations gathered to infor- mally discuss the questions concerning the campus, such as the drop in enroll- ment and its causes, co-ed dormitories, and revolutionary trends in religion. Short presentations preceeded the dis- cussion to provide fuel for all. Verbal storms were usually engendered. Nex- us, is one ofthe few programs to re- ceive favorable comment from Father Roesch, Bill Kelly and the moderates. EventsfNexus 141 I UNIVERSITY ART SERIES SALZBURG MARIONETTE THEATER FEBRUAR Y 3, 7977 142 Events!University Arts Series EventsfUniversity Arts Series 143 " ' - ! x .L l 'F'-k5g,:,' , V. H 4 .. ,.....,. -L-TGS. UNIVERSITY ARTS SERIES THE CAGE FEBRUARY 19, 1971 144 EventsfUniversity Art S EventsfUniversity Arts Series 145 MEDICAL TECHNGLOGISTS ,,, ,q- I .f 1: ,f-v-' WI Ax'. GI! , f' ' f. ,PE F51 146 EventsfMedicaI Technologists E. x N- , . -F ...Q fs ,ag f"x ' -'ga-',... 4 '-in A Fw-4 I F " 'x nvl V rl , lr . . mm' J'-1' YW! t 'wp 9 ' d ,A 'sig--1 Like Education and Law students, Medical Technology students must spend time working in their future place of employment, a hospital laboratory. Unlike the others, who spend only one semester at their training, Medical Technology students spend one calendar year learning to work efficiently in the lab. The correct techinque of taking blood samples, how to gain the desired information from these blood samples and how to interpret this information must be mastered in order to graduate. if -:f....' f .ww U ,XWW qw. Q. 1 1 ,itil -15-1 14 J fo i .fb H ff, I . ff m1Lqfm .fWQ- Z -' ---- . nm., H. ., , , H I gf. 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Sitting il. to r.J: Mike Rix, Tom Duffy, jack Kill, Donald Smith, Don Fritz, jim Denne, Ken Vansciver. 162 Events! Basketball -r. ,. A-,Y x , wyf, ran. "'?"lf7fl '...5'i-l--- ,1.g if ,L x Events! Basketball 163 .A Q A ""-"'f1fi,. Q xi. U Lil' H id! N e f A -,,,. Q' , . . , 1 1 , ., fp' 5 .i3S3'1liv" . 'x ' ' I 5 1 3 l ' A 3 .AX 'X . 1 , ' A3 ix , x id E-wk W V ' , Nr - 15 firm f ' , -f 'r U' ' 2 A ' 7 '-. uf, Q,-f vi 1 Y! , Q-ILL M' , 'JE 1- " ... Wi! X v - ' .2 I!. , -V-,H ' .. j .1 "BZ 'if NYY 1 'FIS E P wr wi I- L F--5 fi g f VU: DAYTDH n -u-gnu..-.anq,.....a,.,., lk 'IX .. A 1 W X h .,. www E 1 X ' Q . 3 1 W 1 I ,... f QQ, 1 I n I f " r Wk o ' 'Mx .I ' .Za " I I I ,:' XIII Nw Q . - ,. , , , . - .,:...., "" I 1 NX, A Y V ' - , 2 " , . f ' '- '-?r?'jf ' N' H f ' 'fd m X Quia ,i 'A .. 1' qu 1 P ,r -. , J A ,Jr wx K Ju., f, 'ir A .fig " ' ' ' . ' 'E "'. :Aram 1 J J.. X v v. ' 'mix 1.3. Q -, E! .,,, , 17. '95 ,-' Q . 4 4. Y- ,f ,. V, k - 1 in- wif- ' X V: 2 1 ,' -s . 1-ML-V'-. 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I ' 4 ' ,, :,,. X. 1 'Q la , , - -f 5 3 . A. t an . 2 q., , H , .K W t I , w. A ' I 5 i VN l - .X . ' , , mi Lv ' Q up V" ' A Y , '- t Y r Q. if .ji I I, ,, ' if - 1 rf U , 'L' we 0 AN if' sig Gb , 4- - + ,'-2468 ' R ' P ' ' . V f 1--Q ' X PLN .,,,. , 'NF b JF ,Q-'. J hi Q 1 if 4, fm ff! u 19' 17 !.f91,Z! .kA' -f. -. 1, wg -4.3, 1. 184 r 1 . +' an Tv. "Lf I a ,, 3 if r' f I ' s r- I 9. 4.- 1 f nw . ! . I '- 1. mpg i r 'v-.ig .,1 L- . S ,J 1"-5 .fa -4-qvi Ni' un Us x THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSGR 'E' H ' rj - .W A 11- ',1A::,QQlvvm-.-fwrt x g,.,u9QiB K :M -, .1 J 5 mx 'f j-.J ' ...I 5,1 , - - - A ' 7 , " -' 31 ' 'JV ..-, l'wP1 R I-4 1 f . + I' IX . 8 1- '-PL. .1 . - Pig? 4-- vp 1-.., "A Crusade, a massive, Christ-as-personal-Savior revival, has caught hold in California and is sweep- ing the country." In order to present programs on the jesus revival, and give students the option of evaluating the revival for themselves, the Union Ac- tivitiets Organization sponsored "jesus Week." The programs, held during the week of March 8 - 12, included discussions, workshops on the rele vancy of jesus today, multi-media presentations, and a performance of the Rock-Opera "jesus Christ, Superstar." Events!Jesus Week 173 For the first time in the Flyer's 11 appearances in the NIT, they lost in the first round. The 18-9 rec- ord compiled this year was Coach Don Donoher's worst in his seven seasons here. 18 and 9 is not bad. The 1970-71 season will probably be remem- bered as one full of setbacks, but it did have its good points. UD's win over Cincinnati this season broke a losing streak of 13 years with the rival Bearcats. The Flyers' triumph over nationally ranked Western Kentucky opened more than a few eyes. However, it seems this team lost its drive after a one point loss to Notre Dame, in the clos- ing seconds, at ND. The Flyers outplayed Notre Dame only to miss three or more shots with 11 seconds to play. One of the biggest factors in los- ing this game was the missing defense of Pat Mur- nan who had suffered an injury earlier in the sea- son. The Flyers had some trouble putting it all to- gether in the first round of the NIT. Duke sur- prised the Flyers by failing to open the game with the press which worked so well for them against Dayton earlier in the year. UD worked the ball well against the man to man defense and hit 8 of 10 shots in one stretch. However, for the entire game the Flyers had only 400fo marksmanship. ln their last game in a Flyer uniform, Seniors Ken May, George jackson, and Tom Crosswhite had 30 points among them. The three had led Dayton scoring during the year with an average of 52 points total. Sub-guard, Sophomore Gordie Gahm was high scorer among the Flyers with 12 points. lt should not be mistaken, the 70-71 season was not a bad one. lt was just not up to par with previ- ous seasons at Dayton, a major' college dynasty built long ago. This team possessed all the desire necessary to be national contenders. Much praise must be sent in their direction for a strong com- back after a slow start. Although the Duke game put an end to the 70-71 season at Dayton, it was only one game. There will be many more and with a promising freshman team coming up, the Flyers will once again be contenders next year. 174 EventsfN.l.T. A NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT v ,. 1 -,- 1 - , , , , L , -frfy, V. --,I ' ' , ' . 4 . f ' I .,Lq"tazf:,f 1970-71 VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS Opponent UD Opponent Baldwin-Wallace 47 88 Detroit 77 Bowling Green 70 81 St. Louis 71 Louisville 72 59 MiamifOhio 60 MiamifFlorida 77 110 Eastern Kentucky 86 LoyolafLA 59 77 Loyolafflhicago 63 Kent State 63 63 Western Kentucky 60 Duke 70 70 Cincinnati 69 Portland 72 70 Xavier 50 UCLA 106 92 De Paul 60 Houston 106 90 Tampa 65 LoyolafNewOrleans 94 82 Xavier 76 Louisville 73 82 Notre Dame 83 De Paul 71 53 Miami 83 Season Record: Won 18 Lost 8 National Invitational Tournament UD Opponent 60 Duke 68 Final Record: Won 18 Lost 9 EventsfN.l.T. 175 I . 'Q X Wk. , N , 1 5 1 .JL n, 153 Y , , 51 M W - Qflzgf ' V 0 f,ffgH2::.,t!f Y -1 -' w-W ,wh L ui, .H ' X t,'f-WN Wi! nm 1 , , H 4111 , H L ' aff, :mg .M , ,U N Wu N fs ,M 1 1 1 ,iw -15, 1, W V h , :eff ' ' H X ,, wx? W H, ,, Y X PEOPLE n :wc N I A UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON if ' r ' DAYTON, OHIO 45409 ,. E PRE DE I 7 ,J f QA" , , 435, ', x K, e N My dear Graduates of 1970-71, I Us aff-W: f fl? 'II. if i C' ,' , f I V I No one will ever four years in college were the most unique of any four yea aoagiiernic history. It might be too early at this time toasspess the of your new involvernent in university affairs, ,Y,1 panion surely made an i dfpact entrenched be the ' 'u , - I II' I ' 'll M-.'f iw gf 'ul' E" Same ass, , tt t tt , I I ca t ing d,, but in the long run VI Sgla' IA" i it did. we can azlls e letter y"A he over-emphasis on personal rf ed,om was matched, b l -ne55QI If akening of personal invoivefhentfi 1, f-Man is by nature socii hzii Q hi3s4Qfellowman and his fellowrriains-neveidyps him. Respect for ourselves tieazith other as children of the one God is far different from "le1ttingf!fspaEE1aiof urs do his thing," as though we w3r,gx"srSo1ute little gods." y if I May yourxxexperience at U. D. these last few the occasion of your undersytanding the true nature of man, when we truly comprehend, and. live accord,ing to our di nature are we going tolxfind, real and lasting happine essing I wish you every r future as an ter. My personal best and Go rend Raymond A. Roesch, S.M. Presid,ent RAR:mak 178 PeoplefAdministration MGZQSS, 1. tw kw.3 vi sac. ,Ag T , 5 aa l l in lvl' . f. ""Q.,,,.f 4 f . . 3. 1 A , aw, : .fi 1. ,. ,- ghvr' s REV. RAYMOND A. ROESCH, S.M. PRESIDENT PeopIefAdministration 179 -v"" Rev. Charles Lees, S.M. Provost William 1. Hoben Dean School of Business Administration ,sr V .Am-g.-1 ., Y . ,,,., Y- Y..L...y:,---ru. ' ' ' ii will K wwf'-:Zi rrrri www F-"f if ,-'EE Mi 1 . ff, it 180 PeopIefAdministration joseph F. Updyke Assistant Dean Velma Miller Harry C. Murphy Department of Secretarial Studies Department of Marketing Edward W. Rodgers Barth 1. Snyder Department of Accounting Department of Business Management PeopIefFacuIty 181 Rev. Francis Kenney, S.M. Dean of Men H 'Q ig if 'I Q Oo at ' Q "-.. Mary Sue Thomas Acting Dean of Women 182 PeoplefAdministration 1' my Bro. Leonard Mann, S.M. Dean School of Arts and Sciences Rev. john Dickson S.M. Department of Sociology and Anthropology Dil , v. Col. Edward Effertz Department of Military Science PeopIefFaculty 183 184 PeopIefFacuIty -:inf AW! W? 'will 'BBS fs I 1 ' YE? , 'V ' 5 ' i ' Q ,iii J-1562 wing?-..' 2 , ' elwstafa' g ,, QF gi '172Y,1,f-5,5 Leroy V. Eid Dr. j. M. Ferrigno Department of History Department of Languages Patrick Gilvary Rev. Matthew Kohmescher Department of Performing Department of Theology and Visual Arts Li er? IETZZ' , gdb ii ,Ea i ai Dr. A. E. Lapitan Department of Political Science Betty Payne Department of Home Economics Bro. john Lucier, S.M. George B. Noland Department of Chemistry Department of Biology Dr. Bernard Plogman George Springer Department of Fine Arts Department of Geology PeopIefFacuIty 185 Dr. Richard R. Baker Department of Philosophy ee D 1 -g--g-,g.s--,l Y, ig 7 -J 6:35, M' Hx jesse H. Wilder Dr. Samuel M. Bower Department of Psychology Dr. George Matlin Department of Economics james L. McGraw Director of Technical Institute Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology 86 PeopIefFacuIty ,,,-av ,--...gr ,,.gu- ,,,.....11'-'i" -,,.,4w- 11- ...-v ,--Avf'-' .11- ,-- , - Y 1 YY- . Xi Y - - --1 al" fa-ff lg. R 3' Dr. Mgurice Gfaney Dr. lVllCl'lael A. Bobal Dean Department of Chemical School of Engineering Engineering Robert I. Mitchell Dr. Howard Smith Bernhard M. Schmidt Department of Industrial Department of Mechanical Department of Electrical Engineering Engineering Engineering PeopIefFacuIty 187 vii Bro. joseph Panzer, S.M. Dean School of Education Dr. S. j. Chavez Sr. Audrey Bourgeois, C.PP.S. Dr. Ellis A. joseph Elementary Education Foundations of Education Secondary Education 188 PeoplefFacuIty 7 so r s i r 'W-L r V T' WW' ' 1 B' 1. 5 5 Irv. i 5 I E 5 s 4 E i S ' an d i 5 ' EESW TL Ui FR.BEO.BAlRETT S.M. NIE! Rev. George Barrett S.M. Vice-President Bro. joseph Mervar S.M. Business Manager 'fn' ra 3 A 551, mf W ,aft 3 Bro. Elmer Lackner S.M. 1 ' Vice-President of Public Q rrsf Relations PeopIefAdministration 189 ACCOUNTING CLUB S f m'J-. fx IZ UA row 1: Diane Franzen, R. Sanford, M. Eley, A. A. Fioriti, J. Causa ltreas.J, D. Kapcar. row 2: joe Hinkel lpres.J, john Criner, joye Dafler, Sonder Aikens, Barb Himes, Bill Tobin, Denise Geiger, Thom Man- co, Mark Willmott, Margi Karhoff, Bob Vissockas. row 3: Bill Young, Tim Esson, Barb Wabler, Bob Goliber, Bill Palmisano, joe Syroczynski, Bernie Rizzo, Hal Kennedy. row 4: Al Blazinski, Mike George, john Skolnicki, Curt Hoenie, Chuck Fiely, jim Snaman, Mark Spalding, jerry Baracz, joe Baoanno, Ron Kaufman, Steve Schroeder, Kevin Bogdan. row 5: Greg Pasternak, jack Thurstlic, Bill Preston, Stan Snyder, Terry Vukcevic, Mary Beth Hafer, john Nugent, Sandra Homan, Bob Mante, lim Davis, Chuck Fuhr, Ronald Dubyak, Bernard Kelly, loseph Woeste. COUNCIL OF BUSINESS STUDENTS row 1: Paul Reidy, Marilyn Batsche, Dennis Kapcar ltreas.l Tony Muto lchrmn.i, Pete Hendey lsecr.l, Nancy Sauter, Chuck Fuhr. row 2: Mike McAdams, john Tomassi, Bill Dougherty, Fred Tucker, joe Hin- kel, john McManus, Leo Cahalan, Anthony Lacenere. 190 PeopIefTogetherfAcademics V T -'T t , , ll A MARKETING CLUB row 1: Ed Patterson, Don Schuchter ltreas.l, Bill Dougherty fV.P.J, Fred Tucker Cpres.l, Carol Stoner Csecr.J, Tim Canning, Walt Si- kora. row 2: Alan Fross, Ray Kline, john Wilhelm, Scott Griswold, Rita McCarthy, Owen T. Clarke, David McKloskey. row 3: Pete Crawston, james Mitchell, Kevin Arthur, john Kozlovic, Lex Beal, Bill Henkels. row 4: Mary Lou Mithoff, Barbara Maras, Dan Heller, Bill Kline, Connie Delker,1eannie Holtz, Diane Finore, Mike Davis. ECONOMICS CLUB row 1: Stephen King, Terry Hentrich. row 2: Steve Fullenkamp, Anthony M. Lacenere lpres.J. row 3: I. Christopher Varley. row 4: Vincent Corvino, Paul Mattingly. PeopIefTogetherfAcademics 191 SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 150 row 1: joe Mannix, Lynne Kerbis, Carol E. Concon, Gail Bornhorst, Nancy Sauter, Regina M. D'Amato, Tony Muto. row 2: jeff Enia, Bill Rose, Bob Masterson, Mike McAdams, Paul Brennan, Gerry Durkin, jerry Hayes. row 3: Wayne Beurier, Tom Harrold, Terry Eberle, Bob Whalen. SECRETARIAL CLUB row 1: Michelle Hanuschak lV.P.J, Donna Coston lpres.J, Diane Carlson ltreas.J. row 2: Susan Sacks, Maureen Sullivan, leanne Smith, Judy Bleicher. row 3: Carol Miller, Pat Ritter, janet Smith. row 4: julie Wahlrab, Mona Denault, judy Hinders, Barb Skidmore, jenny Knight. row 5: Renee Ruble, Kathy Dempsey, Kitty Fletcher, Cindy Roeckner. row 6: Mary Linda lrwin, Michele King, Denise DeLongis, Marilyn Eck, Ann Bechtold. 192 PeopIefTogetherfAcademics Ill-1.. V ,l r A 'I rg' Y 1? 4 L T ' J, nt. , K' ...av ly. N 1 vi K ,J X kexgf' ' A " . - . T 5- ' ' L' fi, L T33 ,T I .A 'E ' ' 5 ' ' '- HA 'Q l fl, iv . A .. , .j . 1 . Q- I it 3 31 li EW , 1 row 1: janet Everleigh, Charles Stander, Gary Sawyer, john Orban, Sandy Siwula lpres.j, Lee Spelman. row 2: Paul Bajorek, Pete Zelek, Carolyn Kessler, Barbara Conlon, janice Tonnis, Mary Ann Koehler, Margaret Hoile. row 3: Bill Madden, Phyllis Shonebarger, Barbara Brand, joyce Konst, Mark Holysz, William G. Novik, Dr. E. Newendorf tModeratorj. row 4: Susan Henn, Rick Nicola, Nick Scharf, Rich Ballantine, Bruce Berkowzti, Mike Woltermann. row 5: jerry Cemes, Richard Schoen, Bill Skelly, Mike Miller, Steve Tomassi, joe Bradley. row 6: Marty Nickol, Cathy Veihmeyer, Gail Schweitzer, Critchett Ross, Kevin Covich, Mary Kleinberg. row 7: Bernie Ploeger, Frank Beitel, jim Thompson, Mike McCarthy, Mike Bryce, Bill Mitchell. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS MATH CL UB row 1: Stephen Stoner, Robert Wright, Marj Blasius, Andy Franko, john Kor- dik. row 2: Mike Shaheen, Betty Yager, Chip Shanley, Pat Suszek, Coco Taboas, Mike Schulte, Lynne Berberich, john Tuss. row 3: jim Callahan, Charles Brown, john A. Dunford, Tim Potten- ger, jeanne Krayer, Donna Pawlek, Philip Anthony, Ted Rogers, Don Kikta. row 4: David Gibson, Gary jones, Tom Lee, john Spellmire, Tom Schmit, Mike l Daugherty, Henry Manuel, Steve Ker- I khoff, Steven Kennard, Felix Ferrise. PeopIefTogetherfAcademics 193 -'A HOME ECONOMICS CL UB row 1: Brigid McDermott ftreas.l, Peggy Metz lsecr.J, Ellen Cain lV.P.l, Lois Kosheba fpres.l. row 2: Sarah Aukeney, Ginny Doyle, Annette Bobby, Barb DeLuca, Sandy Ham- pel, Mary Ann Chasler. row 3: Emmy McCloskey, Peggy Chavez, Ellen Nolan, Nanci Hively, Nina Fazio. row 4: Anne Berry, Donna Leis, Linda Brunhofer. - ,YN gf Campus Carnival. Mrs. Payne and john preparing fin- 194 PeoplefTogetherfAcademics gerpaints for the carnival. ' y,"vl' rljllll VX1'-nr-in row 1: Dan Waltz, Bruce Lebno CV.P.l, Wally Mulica ltreas.J, Kathy Genaze lsecr.J. row 2: Mr. Murtaugh, Bill Anton, George Hampton, Tom Galli, Regina Pelch, loe Dugan, Paul lehn. row 3: Mr. Springer, Mike Birch, jim Cyphers, Al Gherardi, Kevin Kenney, Conrad Kircher, Mike Marker. i I 1 I 5 r , R - GEOLOGY CL UB I: l row 1: Paul Nowak, Rich Egan, Mike Zawilinski, lohn Lackner, jay Mulligan. row 2: Bob Zihlamn, Mike Rourke, lack Desch, Ed O'ReilIy, Bob Desch, Bob Gerdeman, Dennis Newell. PeopIefTogetherfAcademics 195 :fl KENNEDY APPALA CHIA PROGRAM DAKOTA STREET . dm ' i it 'P 1 sir , SSW Mlikifw .,',f:'2 ii row 'l: jan Guinan, Mary Ann Pollman, jim Musner, loyce Schmiesing, Tony Armocida, Marianne Schubert, Dick Bowers, Charlie Randisi, Dan Harman. row 2: joe Waymeyer, Dan DeSimon, Denise Paoni, Rosie Wiedemer, Kathy Bruno, Mary Albright, Lynn Sundali, Candy Schoenig, Kathy Butler. row 3: Mary Kemper, Kathy Stier, Colleen Crotty, Luke Ustaszewski, Mary Martha Kelly, Mary Lou Neff, Eric Woods, B. Saftner, William Minoia, Eileen Trauth, jim Romond, Barbara Bunch, lan Wolanin, Dan Hacker, jan Ahern. row 4: Beth Wahl, Bill Wagner, Carol Roubal, Ann Steinau, Mike McCoy, Rich Bartolone, Ellen Gohsman, Mary Lynn Battaglia, Chris Fessler, Sharon Butler, Joanne Walsh, Celine Skurka. row 1: Craig Damm, Bob Watrous, Pat Oldfield, lack Lexan, Cathy Haas, Debbie Haradon, Ann Boughton, Sam Wenning. row 2: jan Keany, Nick Calo, Bobbie LaPorte, jim Krazit, , Karen Gleisinger, Paul O'Neill. row 3: R. Kevin Martin, Rick Smith. Jr A-1 -i-iig LL 196 PeoplefTogetherfAcademics row 1 Don Schneider lasst chrmanl Fred Tucker lchrmanb Linda Brzytwa lasst chrman.l. row 2: Bruce Buchman Ginny Boylan Noreen Skully john Skolmcki George Buckle Sharon Kramer Lonnie Trevisan. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS row 1: Fernandez, Critch- ett Ross, Rocco Fuschetto, Patricia Rismiller, Enrique Romaguera. row 2: Rich- ard Rettig, Kathy Duke, Michelle Flory, Terri Glenn, Kathy Moriarty, Pat Rupp. row 3: Mary Bartula, Mary jane Wiley, Martha Yeranko, Vince Conte, Mary Culligan, Judy Comer. PeoplefTogetherfAcademlcs 197 PSYCHOLOGY CL UB gg , row 1: Bill Saunders, Terry Wapshall itreas.j, jerry Siuta fpres.l, Steve Inger iv. pres.j, Kathy Hebbeler fseC.l, Bill jordan. row 2: Doug Rei- ter, Sally Egan, Marianne Schubert, john Pal- mer, lay jaspers, Carl Paternite, Marianne Henninger, jim Abele. row 3: Paul Kline, Mike Dawson, Frank Downie, Pat Murphy, jim Micale, john Gaynard, Carol Tryboski, Mike Hart. UNIVERSITY CHOIR , ld - .. - A A T il. jlll ll. row 1: Margaret Ankenbruck, Annette Van Leeuwen, Marianne McCracken, Claire Boge, Barbe Schmitz, Sara Hind- ers, Chris Eakle, Helen Schmitz. row 2: Sally Davis, Luciue Seipel, Carol Gibson, Bob Strauthers, Gary Knedler, john Mark Ettensohn, Margaret Hoile, Marcie Cassiere, Toni Horton. row 3: Martie Horne, Patti Perg, Greg Land, james May, john Calloway, Kevin Mooney, Mike Hart, Marirae Smith, joanne Strzelecki, Madelon Eifert. row 4: Ruby Harp, Sue Kowtowski, Ann Seivert, john Sullivan, john A. Moore, jim Kelleher, Don Markus, Lori Zagata, Heidi Faust, Sherry Kissel, Charlene Hall. row 5: Sue Cline, Gail jira, Dan Waltz, joe Dimino, Fred Doyle, Don Fields, Philip B. Woodford, jospeh M. Giglio, Thomas Brennan, Amanda Oliver, Rosemary Loar, Roxanne Betz. 198 PeopIefTogetherfAcademics AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS row 1: Dennis Kamowski, Gary Arnold, james Hart- Q Q Q ings, Rudy Koziol, Rich 9 1.-I A , Hoskins, judy Kadar, Bob fi" 'A tx i Altavela, Tom Reindl. row P ia as , 2: M.A. Bobal, Dave Dan- i f ford, Stan Rusek, Greg , I' Ondercin, Roger Cham- plin, William jung, Francis Strzelec, Paula Lysaght, Bill Lincoln, Bill Mills, john Wantuch, jim Bues- ker. row 3: Bill Yellenik, Stephen Kozlowski, john G. Moore, joe Hap, Tom Hackett, jim Brent, Rob- ert Cannone, john Wil- liams, Dave Egan. absent: john Lackner. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS row 1: Bill johnesee ttreas.l, Bob Winkler tsecy.l, jim Richards Cv.pres.j, Bill McGarry fpres.l, Bill O'Donnell U.C.Rep.l, Dennis Mullins lj.C.Rep.j. row 2: Gene Hoffman, john jirka, Tom Petry, jim Szudy, jim Dwyer, Dave Grimaldi, john Egan, Dave Homan, Ned Kleinhenz. row 3: Wolfgang Weber, Thomas Kaczmarski, john Kill, jim Sheil, Dom Trupia, Doug Morgan, Dave Puthoff, Robert Ross, Al-Barrack Abdullatif. row 4: Dennis Ruschali, joe Trovato, Barry Smith, jim Schreiber, Claude Bayard, Glenn Selfridge, Richard McClellan, jerome Biersack, jerome Schneble, Mark S. Mc- Cormick. row 5: Lawrence Kretz, Steve johnson, jim Clougherty, Ron Smolinski, john Lytle, Terry Borths, Paul Shei- dler, joe Garbo, Emile C. Foisy, Ronald j. Collins. row 6: lgors Skriblis, Wayne Ferstle, Don Smith, Carl Hess, Delbert Balster, Andrew Piekutowski, Bill Hamberg, Robert Gilbert, Robert Mooney, james Terlinden. row 7: jerry Houser, Dave Warren, Bill Kinzig, Tony Giuffre, Mark Kenny, Ed Whelfing, Bob Usleman, john Sich. PeoplefTogetherfAcademics 199 R3 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS .row 1: Tom Webb, Bob Di'Marcantonio. row 2: Theodore Alexovich, jay Stein, john Burke, Dom Tuccillo, Dave Ral- ston, john Dieterle V. M., Nick Dans, john Ringenbach. row 3: Dan Haseltine, Nick Del Vecchio, Dan Riley, l0hn Con- nelly, Timothy O'Hara, Michael Staddon, Tim McGrath, Tom Murphy, john Koessler. row 4: Chris Henske, David Sar- mir, Stephen Symes, Alfonso Gayoso, Gerry Monin, David Maddox, Abi Sani, Dennis Clougherty. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS row 1: Ron Burzymowski, jim Mc- Carthy, john Lyons, Patrick Ladolcetta, l Ron Farley, Steve jewett. row 2: john Meier, jim Soltis, john Bittner, Frank Relotto, Al Clark, Bob Covino. row 3: Mike Thomas, Gary Evans, jospeh Ni- colosi, George Klods, Greg Hocevar, Tom Porubcansky. row 4: joe Tront, Timothy Byrd, Gene Yates, Tom Stagl, y Dave Dresel, Anthony Evers. 200 PeoplefTogetherfAcademics NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS row 1: Frank DiGiacomo, john Meier, john Connelly lpres.l, Gregory Haas lV.P.l. row 2: Patrick Ladolcetta, Ron Scrittorale, joe Racosky, Harvey Brandt, Guy Capaldo, Craig Damm. row 3: Nicho- las Dans, Chris Henske, lim Hasman, Tom Porubcansky. SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS row 1: William Sopko, Bernie Lohmuller, Bruce Steffen Ctreas.l, Ken Clark lchrmn.J, Ned Lawler, Mike McEvoy, james Seliskar, Fred Szeliga, Tom Sack. row 2: Ted Russell, lack Boeke, Neil Gallagher, Carlos Curritella, Gary Rosenthal, Gleg Owens, David Debbs, Paul Brecht, jodson Ellmers. row 3: Mr. Wolff lfac. adv.J, jerry Cheng, Richard Schieltz, Bob Weimer, Ed McLaughlin, john Chwalek, Bill McCusker, Steve Hemmert, Greg Hemker, Bill Swinderman. row 4: Ken Reed, Don E. Vincent, john Novorsky, Dennis Kraft, Gene Bernabo, Bob Kretz. PeopIefTogetherfAcademics 2 UAYTDN IOINT COUNCIL OE ENGINEERS row 1: Dave Egan, Greg Haas, Bill O'Donnell, Bob DiMarcantonio, Dennis Mullins, Al Sigg, Dan Riley. row 2: Thomas Ada CV. Chrmn.l, Chris Henske iChrmn.J, Larry Berilla, Joe Racosky, jerry DiOrio, William Sopko. row 3: Keith O'Neil Ctreas.l, Bill Heitbrink, Rich Fitzharris, Mike Froning, Sue Koshoffer isecr.l, Robert Mantz. row 4: Steve jewett, Dave Winters lgrad. adv.l, Ken Clark, Philip Woodford, Bill McGarry, Mike Gesker. U. D. PLAYERS row 1: jason Grossos. row 2: Ed Brigadier Qpres.l, Mark Tausch, jack Horner. row 3: Nancy Syburg, Gail Messmer, Sue Rupert. .1 202 PeopIefTogetherfAcademics DEB CORPS sitting: Camille Buffalino, jan Gru- penhoff, Margie Klaus, Karen Fox. standing: Betty Carlin, Andy Faulk- ner, Ann Maczucco, Sue Duffy, Nancy Eisen. OBE, Li? fix -J PERSHING RIFLES row 1: Bob O'Keefe CGuidonJ. row 2: john Van Exel, William Yellenik, Pete Dotto, Judy DePrisco, George Patricoff, Gail Meredith, Mike Walsh, Don Shymanski, jerry Post. row 3: joseph Johnston, john Mantini, Felix Ferrise, Pete Savi- no, Michael Mutek. row 4: Doc O'Connor, Lyn Tabacchi, Mike lmperiale, Tim Kelly, Bob Billotto, Tim Kellerer. row 5: Bill Bernier, Ed Tobin, Paul Dvorsky, lim Rech, jay Bice, Ken Paulett. row 6: joe Griffiths, Mike Kin, jim Scerazzo, john Martoglio, Walt Coley. row 7: Gary Smith, Dan McHugh, Steve johanson, Mike Gulett, Hank Teschendorf, Russ Paquette. PeoplefTogetherfAcademics VETERAN'S CLUB row 1: Dick Graf, Bill Klinge lpres.J, Richard Frabotta. row 2: lack Klein, Nick Gambino, Dick Heath, Todd Smith, Bill Kline. row 3: Carl N. Rizzo, Bill Miller, Bill Meehan, jim Corcoran. YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDGM 204 PeoplefTogether 'v-up row 1: john Steinley, Tim Hovouras, Larry Taylor. row 2: Paul Martini, Mark DeBard, Mary Nartker, Pete Savino. ii sy' V1 .ik :ffl FLYING CL UB row 1: Brian Kenney, jim Splain, Bill Boczany, joe Schurmann, row 2: Richard Misplon, Tim Tomai, Barb Sudhoff, Brad Gates, Mike Farrell. row 3: Bill Leff, Dick Schafer, Vance Skowadnski, Al Sigg, Bill Prugh, Glen Thomas, Michael Williams. FOUNDERS' RESIDENT ADVISOR5 row 1: Tom Hallai, jim Martello lresident directorl, Tom Downing, Ron Golobish. row 2: Tony Formichelli, Steve Majerick, Fred Tucker, Paul Benedict, Drew Brown, Ual Altomare, Tony Kusinski. PeopIefTogether 205 SPANISH CL UB I row 1: Van Ambrose, lim Rogacki, Matt Carey. row 2: Mary Alcock, janet Hoffman, Agnes Harcar, Susan Rupert, Barbara Weghoist, Mary Fanz. row 3: Frederick, Mitch Hansen, Rocco Fuschetto, Bubba Baird, Barry Gerson, Sam Wenning, Chuck Sonnhalter. ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINES row 1: Sue Ruesch, Bob Wourms, Tom jordan, Steve Rehling IV. PJ, Ed Primosch. row 2: Glen Grimme Itreas.i, jo Ann Zelasko, Margaret Zucker, lan Seikel. row 3: Terry Warner, Rick Parent, Paul Nowak, Mark Henlein, Steve Meinking, Guy Albeotelli, Bob Mantovani, Randy Rowekamp Ipresj. 206 PeoplefTogetherfAcademics PSI CHI row 1: Carl Paternite. row 2: Richard Bowers, Marianne Schubert, Steve Inger, Sharon O'Shaughnessey, joe Carr. row 3: Bill jordan, john Palmer, john Foster, jay jaspers, jerry Siuta. PeopIefTogetherfAcademics 207 UAO PROGRAM BOARD AND MEMBERS J 'X eff Ig" 1 LIIQWV row 1: Bonnie Brinty, Marlene Medas, Linda Hilt, Marilyn Cerniglia. row 2: Nancy Caroll fchrmn. of sociall, Mike Ernst Kcomptrollerl, Cincy Vyszenski lchrmn. of UAOl, john Rensel fvice chrmn. of UAOJ, Laura Davano Cart gal- lery chrmn.l, Dan Kelly Carts 84 crafts chrmn.l. row 3: Ray Champa, Nancy Henderson, Charlie Marqsud, Mark Holle, Mary Zimmerman, Bruce Buchannan, Bob King lchrmn. of music listening rm.l, Fran Quinn, Terri Mar- shall. row 4: Tom Vuolo Cchrmn. of audio visuall, Mike Olding, Don McMullen, Pat Quinn, Tom Seesan lchrmn. of internationall, lim Matuszak, Tim Burgunder fpublic relations chrmn.l, Walt Sikora, Steve Blaizis, Bill Wagner. CENTRAL WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION row 1: Laura Gaydos, Jenifer Smith, Ginny Boylan, Carol Resch. row 2: Miss M. S. Thomas, Carol Gibson, Susan Bedrar, Bridy McDermott, Margaret Hoile, jamie Moderelli, Sue An- derson, Pat Brun. 208 PeoplefTogether Dave Ziser, Barb Wilkin, Paul Sheidler, Tom Reichard, joe Woeste, Mike Andrews, Fran Quinn, lim Schoettker, Pam Bonham, Steve Works, Barb Kalo, Debbie Silver, Pat Quinn, Donna Gil- lum, Doug Reiter. H row 1: Roger Watson, Mary Lou Neff, jeff Papajcik fV.P.l, Carole Diamond, Chuck Laurie lpres.l, Patty Kelly, Ed Hunt. row 2: Rick Miller, Michael Bozza, Mary Kaye Bozza, Bill Danford, Don Bennett, Phyllis Knight, Paul Miller. row 3: Ken Gabel, Nancy Simon, jeff Engel, Kathy Moriarty, Linda Halas, Beth Thompson, lan Rich- tar. row 4: Ray Kaliszewski, Rick Bennett, Bill Rose, Paulette Seitz, Steven Smith, Fran Reime, Barb Roetzer. row 5: Mike Bosela, Serge Chounet, Pat Piccolo, jim Farrell, Tom Conroy, Linda Mitro, Don Klosterman. CLEVELAND CL UB PeopIefTogether 209 'S ' f' KTA' Thomas Kahle, Prof. Al Bannan, Richard McCauley, Diane Thomas, Fr. Frank Kenney, Eileen Ryan, Terry Wapshall. STUDENT GOVENMENT is EXECUTIVE BRANCH row 1: Harry Graham lass't to V.P. of Ed.J, Tom Kehoe tpres. of Student Bodyl, Mike Darcy lV.P. of Student Welfarel, Edd Duthaler lV.P. of Educationl, Barb Carmen Chead of wom- ens' lib.l, Regis Walsh iass't V.P. student welfarel. row 2: Rita Brown tV.P. of Community Developmentl, Don Holborn lV.P. of financel, joe Caruso lV.P. of Public Relationsl, Bob Scanlon tass't to V.P. of public relationsl. 210 PeoplefTogether Sprocki, Mary Sue STUDENT COURT 5 PHOTO SERVICE row 1: Ric Kirchner, lon O'Connor, Tom Conway, Steve Blaizis, judy Brabender, Mary Lou Pecjak. row 2: Lloyd Tribley, Karl Ludwig, john Moster, Bob Kaminski, Ray Kauffman, lim Farrell, Daniel The Red. row 3: lim Velas- co, Mike Pomponio, Rob Penrod, Gary Russo, Brian 1. Corrigan, Nelson Di Gennaro, Dr. Kodak lLarry Dateshl, Tom Vuolo. E7 Niko I1 :LL ,af f-... r Lloyd Tribley iass't directorl, Tom Voulo ldirec- torl, Larry Datesh lhead photographerl. PeopIefTogetherfPubIications 211 DA YTONIAN 1977 STAFF james Carroll- Editor Charlie Miller - American Yearbook Co. ' . E, PM Mary Devine - Moderator Mary Lou Flor - Subscriptions, Bob Pangburn - Advertising 212 PeopIefTogether X4 mf!! e,W Kevin Meagher - Sports, Gail Delap - Events I sri Marie VanLeeuwen - Organizations, Maribeth Alonzi - Seniors. if J' Mary Russell, Barb Bohmer,-, jeff Georgy, Ann DeStefano, Barb Kalo, Nancy McNeil, Mike Birch - Housing Margaret Ankenbruck, Andy Ridley. PeopIefTogether 213 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON STUDENT PUBLICATION Senate Considers ROTC Issue By PAUL MARTINO News Writer Today at 3 pm there will be a special meeting of the Aca- demic Senate in the KU Ballroom concerning the academic accred- itation of ROTC. Senator Tom Conry QASS-21 brought the issue of ROTC's aca- demic validityto the Senate floor in petition form. The proposal was originally sent by the Execu- tive Committee to Senate sub- committees. This decision was revoked, however, and the meet- ing was set for today. CREDIT QUESTIONED According to the Senate pro - posal, academic accreditation for ROTC courses is questioned for the following reasons: 1. It is highly doubtful whether the ROTC textbooks present a balanced viewpoint, or whether the viewpoint they present is in keeping with the "Marianist, Catholic" philosophy of this University. 2. It is even more doubtful that a "spirit. . .of free in- quiry" as defined by the AAUP exists in ROTC classes. 3. No one may take a singlt course te. g. drill instruction, military sciencej in ROTC dept. without being enrolled in the en- tire program. 4. No one may take more than two years of the ROTC program Without being forced to sign an agreement to work for a period of time for the corporation which offers the program--in this case, the Army. Brian Quirk Asst. Editor S. The clause in the contract signed by the University of Day- ton and the US Army specifying that the senior officer offering the course on campus must be accord- ed full professorial status and fac- ulty rank is of doubtful academic character. 6. It is questionable how much control the University oi Dayton has over ROTC faculty. ROTC Student Congress is sponsoring a ROTC dialogue. Thursday at 8:00 pm in O 'L e ary Auditorium be- tween p eople for and against ROTC accredidation. Place wil' he posted. PROBE '70 The "Community Development" will be investigated at Wednes- day's Prob e '70, presented at 8 pm in the Boll Theater. Probe will also look into the oc- cult--the W o r 1 d of supernatural phenomena. Other topics to be examined include: the students' views of Homecoming '70, a look at the All--Nite Centerg "Sex for Sa1e,"an investigation ofthe bomb threats at UDg and "how it used to be St. Mary's College." Probe '70 is sponsored by the UAO. 'E Qs A Thom Villing, Editor Academic Senate Fills Vacant Seats Student seats on the Aca- demic Senate are completed with the election of Chuck Hickey and the appointment of Tom Welch. Hickey, an English major, holds the graduate student seat. Welch, a junior in education, was appointed by Tom Kehoe, student body president. His ap- pointment is subject to approval by Student Congress. At the time this paper was sent to press, Welch had not yet been approvedg it was on yesterday's Congress meeting agenda. ' The FLYERS NEWS still needs writers and copy staff. Anyone interested, please stop in FN of- fice anytime Monday through Friday. lack Pogany, Assoc. Editor 1 Questionnaire asks opinion of faculty on academic life an effort to "get the fac- ulty moving, " University Senator Dr. john O'Donnell took the initiative to survey the faculty and administration on matters which affect the academic life of the University. Dr. O'Donnell is somewhat annoyed that "faculty opinion is confined to coffee breaks, the faculty lounge and office chats. " He also added, "There is a lot of moaning and groaning among faculty and administrators who pretend to be involved, but no- body really wants to take a stand. " Dr. O ' Donnell intends to gath- er the opinions from the survey into an agenda item to come up before the Academic Senate. Al- thoughthe response is good so far, Dr. O'Donnell is not overly optimistic. Letters Policy The Flyer News welcomes contri- butions to Box 8. Letters to the Editor. Letters should not exceed 250 words. The FN reserves the right to edit letters not meeting this s t a n d a r d . All contribution: must be signed. Deadline for let- ters to be published Friday is 3 pm Tuesday and for Tuesday, 3 pn: the preceding Friday. ' -'cfs-is-is 43 l 'nal 6 4 i. di. .sg if F K S' 4 , , I ' was . i . . 4 1 STAFF WRITERS: Helene Kingsland, Rita Stone, Carol Roubdl, Magpie, Judy DePrisco, Margaret Ankenbruck. Box 8: Letters To The Editor University of Dayton Flyer News The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the edi- tors. They do not express the of- ficial opinion of the Admini- stration . Any matters of an official nature appearing in the FLYER NEWS will be so designated. Member' lntercolle 'ate Press - 81 Ohio College Newspaper Associ-, ation. Offices second floor, JFK Memorial Union, mailing ad- dress: Box 737, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio 45409. Phone 229-3226---229-4448. Editor ..... . . . Thom Villing Assistant Editor . .... Brian Quirk Associate Editor ...... jack Pogany News Editor ......... Rita Stone Asst. News Editor. . Margaret Ankenbruck News Staff . . . S. Bialosky, S. Bracken, J. Bueche, A. Corrigan, M. Connelie, N. Gump, J- Haskamp, J. Koryl, T. Marshall, P. Martino, j. Minyon, M. Paolercio, M. Pilecki, M. Pritchard, S. Quecney, C. Roubal, P. Sweeney, P. Veihmcycr. Education Editor .... Helene Kingsland Education Staff .... P. Baker, T. Arch- dcacon, D. Felter, M. Rost, M. Streigl, j. DePrisco, K. Herman, A. Ridley. Sports Editor ........ Frcd Dlugos Asst. Sports Editor ...... Ken Paxson Sports Staff ..... j. Klinec, T. Fete, P. Lacuiera Copy Editor ........ Sue Guthrie Asst. Copy Editor ...... Ann Cooke Copy Staff . . . L. Atkinson, 1. Haskamp, M. L. Pecjak, S. Quceney, J. Miskimer. Librarian ..,....... Chris Frank Photo Service Director .... Tom Vuolo Asst. Photo Service Director . , . . . . . . . . . . . Larry Datesh Head Photographer . . . .Lloyd Tribley ' . . . jim Minarik Columnist .... Layout Miter ........ Betty Sexton Asst. Layout Editor .... Mark Willmott L t Staff ........ M. Clarke 1 ayou M . Simmons Artist ..... . . . . . Paul Buford Business Manager ..... Dick Schmidt Advertising ........ Sharon Hobbs Advertising Staff. . D. Gaylor, D. Haas, K. Martin, W. Sil-cora, 1. Zedonek, Caro- lyn Thibault. Circulation ....... john Arlinghaus Dennis l-Lipskind Advisor ...... . . . Mary Devine It's possible . . . Mr. Minarik might possibly help solve the pollution problem except for the fact that he's part of it. Along with millions of Americans, he cannot compre- hend the fact that we must soon stop our furious pace of progress. We must begin limiting auto use in cities, inhibiting luxurious electricity use, along with many, many other restraints. But no, Mr. Minarik is con- tent to assume that technological advances will solve pollution How can industries be expected to spend millions if pressure isn't applied? And secondly, lthinkl remember reading an old quote along the same lines as that as- sumption. The speaker ?- -the first faCt0YY Ownel' Ollh? lllluglg. Finally, friends of the earth, don't let Mr. Minarik discourage our work. We know we are ser- ious. And we also know that this movement started Way before April 22, 1970. We must have patience in -the education of these infortunate idolaters of business and technology. Change is possible . Edward Rafferty QAES-Z1 ASSISTANT PROVOST Any student interested in becom- ing a member of the Search Committee for the new Assistant Provost or of the CORE committee which advises the acting Assistant Provost on such matters as the ap- proval of UDI c ours e s , please contact the office of Assistant Pro- vost in SM 214-A, ext. 201 3. rr' .1 W.. li ' if-LV? SPORTS: joe Klinec, Fred Dlugos, Ken Paxson. Up Mark To 3-2 Booters 5 '5 Triumph it T Twice By BOB OSTHOLTLOFF Sportswriter UD's soccer team is back in the win column again. The boo- ters be at Ball State Saturday, 3-1 , making it two wins in a row. Thursday afternoon the Flyers romped over Cedarville College, 7-O. Two offensive lines were used for the first time 5his year. They were evenly matched and obviously effective. The first line scored four goals'and the second line three in alternate quarters. Frank Eovino started off the scoring in the first quarter. Other scorers were: Mike Brick f2j, Enrique Mulandivch QZJ, Alex Sossa ill, and Cliff Eddy fll. The booters travelled to Muncie, Indiana Saturday to face Ball State. A young and anxious Ball State team tried hard to hold the booters but were unsuccessful. Tom Downing got the Flyers started with a goal in the first quarter. BSU retaliated in the second quarter to tie it. The Flyers did not let up and quickly retaliated. jim McGillo- way crossed a perfect pass in front of the goal to Bob Ostholthoff who headed it in. That put UD ahead to stay. Bob Winkler Qco-captainj scored on a penalty shot in the third quarter 4 to cap off the scoringl' A strong Dayton defense held the opposition to only 19 shots. This reflected the fine play by fullbacks Gary Arnold, Siebern, and Bob Winkler. I-lalfbacks Bob Richardson and Mike Cahill add- ed fine performances to help the defense, also. ,Goalie Sandy Grauert made eight saves, playing the first full game since injurying his hand. The Flyers pounded Ball State with 60 shots. Coach Bischoff commented that he was "a little discouraged that we couldn't have scored more in the second half. " He also feels that "our teamwork is greatly improving. I wou1dn't mention anyone as being individually out- standing because We are playing together now as a team." FROSH BASKETBALL The UD Athletic Department an- nounced that Freshmen basketball tryouts will be held Thursday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 pm in the Field- house and Friday, Oct. 16 at 9 am in the Arena. COPY STAFF: Linda Atkinson, Sue Guthrie, Sue Queeney, Chris Frank, Ann Goeke, Mary Lou Pecjak. BUSINESS STAFF: row 15 Dick Schmidt, Busi- ness Manager, row 2: Carolyn Thibault, R. Kevin Martin, Dave Gaylor, Walt Sikora. row 3: jo-Ann Zedo- nek, Debbie Haas, Molly Pritchard, Shar- on Hobbs. FLYER NEWS Reporters: Tom Archdeacon, Michelle Pilecki, Molly Pritchard, Steve Blaizis. 216 PeoplefTogetherfPubIications CC? If 131 ' EJ Q Q Al - rv .- ' l 41 gl U.D. ENGINEER row 1: john Connelly, Chuck On- dash leditorj, Tom Porubcansky. row 2: john Meier, Nicholas Dans, lo- seph HHP, l0hn Wantuch, Sue Guth- A l rie, Dennie Walsh, Fran Reime. CHURINCA row 1: Bill jordan, Bill Sanunders, jim Abele. row 2: jay jaspers, jerry Siuta, Carl Paternite, Maryanne Henninger. PeopIefTogetherfPublications 217 ALPHA DELTA THETA row 1: Mary Ann Sibel, Kathy Fisk, Paula Karwoski, Pam Seitz, lan Fusco, Pat Liccardi. row 2: Phyllis Winters, Pat Wightman, jackie Vetter, Cathy Brum- baugh, Therese Gerhard, leanne Leclair. row 3: Lynne Root, Mary Lou Neff, Mary Lou Goetz, Nancy McNeil, Tonja Chiles. row 4: Cheryl Arand, Susie Fiore, Sue Anderson, jenny Smith, Mary Walker, Lynne LaVielle. Absent: Caro- lyn Ryan, Sue Stanley, Carol Aburgy. ALPHA KA PPA PSI row 1: Bill Palmisano Ctreas.l, Mike McAdams Csecr.l, Chuck Fuhr ipres.l, Chuck Krebs tmaster of ritualsl, row 2: Steve Lumbard, Bill Weinmann, Tom Reitz, Bob Kli- mas, Bill Tobin, Ralph Anzur, Frank Bontempo. row 3: Tony Muto, Tom Tracy, Tim Shields, Mike Mascari, Pete Hendey, Bob Goliber, Leo Ahasic, Bob Masterson, Bob Carr, Roger Horner, Greg Heilman. 218 PeoplefTogetherfGreeks ff., f A B w. .-.,. bj,,,LL, FS ig 4-Q .T V I , f N . , 1 f x f W, ... iilisfis T i' ' ' ,, if f . 5' L' -5? - , ll J 1 'FT if -A' "ze: L 41.3 ,, , e-if -255551 - 1 . I ' A ALPHA EPSILON DELTA row 1: Debbie Lange, Frank A. Selega, Dr. Carl Michaelis. row 2: Bob Wenger, Peggy Knudson, joe Scherger. row 3: Don Mc- Mullin, joseph Malone, Louis Papp, Rick Kempert, Tony Lehner. row 4: Bobbie Mc- Grath, MaryAnne McRae, Elizabeth Young, Francine Cole, Tom Willke, Mark DeBard. row 5: john Stimler, Bob Orosz, Bill Renner, Bob DiBiacco, jan Shepherd, Mary Ann Warnowicz. ,.,,, A lit ,f-9, .TI TRI BETA ll I seated: Pam Heiligenberg, Angie Cosentino, Mary Ann Becka, Terry Shock, Paula Welsh. standing: Kathy Waters, Mike Birch, john Andrejcio, "Dr." james McMahon, j. D. Laufersweiler, joe Ascenzi, Mike McCoy, john Twomey, Kathy Malone. PeopIefTogether!Greeks 219 DELTA SIGMA Pl row 1: Paul Reidy, Larry Davis, Dave Fitzger- ald, james Mitchell. row 2: jay Brandi, Den- nis Hipskind, john DeRunk, Mike Shield. row 3: Robert Pohl, jerry Cadden, Alan Fross, Dave Berry. row 4: Dick Schmidt, Bob Nelson, Charles Sujansky, Paul McAuliffe. row 5: john Rutledge, Frank Staiano, Don Allcock, Ronald G. Dubyak, Frank Melicharek. EPSILON DEL TA TAU row 1: joe Trovato lV.P.j, Walt Helms lPres.j, Barry Smith isecr.J, Bob Pugel ltreasj. row 2: Tim Doyle, David D'- Argenio, Dave Gerdeman, jerry DiOrio. row 3: Mike Champley, Mike Froning, Larry Berilla, Keith O'Neil. row 4: jack Reisdorf, Rich Lazarz, Pete Heids. row 5: Gary Ev- ans, Bill Gerdeman, Terry Bortus. row 6: Ed Hainrihar, Chris Henske, jim Soltis. row 7: Ron Smolinski, john Lytle, jerome Walling, Herbert Schutte, Bill Rock, jim Clougherty. 220 PeoplefTogetherfGreeks -Af rf-v fx as J ,J :Q-4: seated: Peter Horton. standing: john Calloway, Don Markus, Mike Fitzpatric. PHI MU ALPHA l PHI GAMMA NU row 1: Pat Ritter, Mary Kay Klein, Marilyn L. Batsche lpres.J, Regina D'Amato lV.P.l, Diane Franzen ltreas.l. row 2: Rita Mc- Carthy, Carol Miller, jean Drabik, Sharon Hobbs leditorl, Barb Skidmore lsecr.l, A Marilyn Dunn. absent: Aileen Halden. PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 221 Pl MU EPSILON row 1: Glen Grimme Cpres.l, Barbara Conlon, janice Ton- nis lsecr.-treas.i, MaryAnn Koehler, Rich Olson. row 2: Nick Mancini, JoAnn Zelas- ko, Margaret Zucker, Rick Parent, Richard Schoen. row 3: jerry Cemes lV.P.l, joe Belna, Bernie Ploeger, Rick McBride, Ken Schraut. row 4: Kayleen Kill, Margaret Hoile, Donna Nicolosi, Mike Woltermann. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA row 1: Ruby Harp, Mrs. Faust, Mrs. Minton, Dr. Berk, Charlene Hall. row 2: Sue Thompson, Peggy Byrne, Sally Davis, Clair Boge, jan Resig, Kathy Fullenkamp. row 3: Madelon Eifert, Sue Cline, Elaine Schweller, Mary Kereszi. 222 PeoplefTogetherfGreeks ' ' lui? ii , in I , Qlflig lj ll il 1"i',, lllll It ll ll l','f".: lllfllllll l ll l is TAU BETA ! .11 ii' 1 i i lil :gn llllllul ll lm Ill' gig it 'I " Q1 llllll PI row 1: Bill Abt, Chuck Ondash lpres.J, David Dresel, Steve jewett. row 2: Dave Bradley, jim Hart- ings, Rudy Koziol, Bill Lincoln, jim Richards, fl Rick Bernhardt, Glenn Selfridge. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL row 1: Richard McCauley Cass't dean of studentsj, john Eberle lPres.D, Gary Kauf- fam Ctreas.j, justin Rosato Csocial V.P.j, Wayne Stephan lexec. V.P.j. row 2: Ken Rodriquez, jim Risacher lsecr.J, Mark Ippoliti, Dave Hofmann. row 3: junior Torres, jack Wood, Bubber Sellazzo. row 4: joe Szoke, jim Krol, Paul Cynkar. row 5: Buck Fullan, john Powers, joe Violante. row 6: jim Thomas, Ray Smith, Buddy Rix. row 7: Tom Fey, Mark Kaufman, Oscar Lewin. row 8: George Doonan, joe Fen- stermaker. row 9: Richard Heigel, Tom Maggio. row 10: Bill Yaindl, jerry Zwies- ler, Albert Canty. PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 223 ALPHA NU OMEGA row 1: Mark Kaufman, Bill Burnell, Ron Muratore. row 2: Bill McPeek, Vic Bako, Rich Shea. row 3: Ken Fey, lim Stitt, Frank Stama, Willy Lux. row 4: Bill Kluding, Bob Wilson, Marty Malloy. row 5: Mike Kuzmic, Mario Modica, Mike Collins. row 6: Tom Fey lpres.J, Smokey Burgess, Ted Kosnik. absent: john Grant, Mike Cannel, jerry Woeste, David Brinkman, john Wilhelm, jim Hoy- ing, George Wyrich, David Hemmelgarn. DELTA CHI DELTA row 1: jim Cyran, Tom Galli lsecr.J, john Waddel Ctreas.J, jerry Rooney. row 2: Vince Liscio, john Hughes, john Glaser, George Sullivan, Gary ,f Guesman, Mike Holmes lV.P.J. row J 3: Alden Luzi, Robert Thomas, jim Krol, Ron Petrongolo. absent: jo- seph Szoke Cpres.l, Frank Milfeit, Harry See, Bob Leach, john Bick- ham, Gary Baraletto, Rich Conte, Paul Schraff, Rich Grillo, Robert Burns, Mike Gambino. 224 PeoplefTogetherfGreeks ft o c 5 'i4 .cel c 'Q .iiii g n -1 411619 ' pu li' Q43 3 EEIUEQS' .C Em fm E ON I- .HC GJ 4.4 x. C 2 nelli Bo Tim 4.1 4.4 1.5 J Q5 t' aa cn EE 43-S 1-'D OO GU P- C NO .1 O 8 OD 35,3 Q ca kr, . N an fm Ho Dave '1-2 1 1 4 I K I ln.. -. I X, 1 x ,ff , ' f 11 LTL? I " A A o 1. fig- w -2 Y ...J .--G-. -1 I t 'ww -wg Pete Stark an bSuIliv Bo l EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Buddy Rix - President Rich Conners - Vice President Tommy Miller - Secretary Peter Gallo - Treasurer Frank Fudesco - pledgemaster SENIORS jay Ansberry Kevin Borland Lou Bonnvissuto joe Caruso Rich Conners Frank Fudesco Peter Gallo Ed Glassheim Rich Hoskins Tom Kehoe Steve Mastrangelo Dan McCarthy Rich Preuss Charles Rix Alan Szmyt Tom Vedova Greg Conley 232 226 PeopIefTogetherfGreeks Z 1 A L, Ol x ,ii I . . " 4 . qw' Q ,L -wi. A. ' Q , it V M . . ' V' . ' 'A XmM 1 mari Q J A m 95 J an l Q, 3 4 5 f 1 ,F rig, 1, 3 -rw' 1 M ' v A Q ' . Q k 5 'gi J 55 5 life K 'x I , x .1 I ni 1 'w QW li 5 :Q 1 . .- , . W 4 Z if 4? A Ii 1' 'Wk' 4 Q- 5,S,,.,., M 1, ,Q , is-,sf 5 A , .M ki 31' w ,zwxhi?1 'fizxn 1, ar' ,435 - ,A. h ' iw! 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'THQ- 1., mi" " EL, gf-v, ns4,57,L.L eiaizxzvgggg ig fgig 3 5?:.1sg,. v ,S W :ff ? 22 ' 1: -6'?f'1'5G' ' 1 ' .Q Ei? .Ml - H 4X " W "'f'.1 '-'r Fai, ' " -1 Z, '- ' 'Liu . .U , F50 , ' ., ,l . , ', 2' Y K Iii - g A-d wfv-A N ,L rw . L E .. 1 ' A F 1? gh' 1 ' kv. 5' OMEGA PHI row 1: David Ricci, jerry Zwiesler, William Skudlarek. row 2: Dave Si- korski, Mike Grace, john Thien, Mike Mancini, Bill Yaindl, Kevin Sel- lards. row 3: Bob Campion, Tom Sweeterman, Luis Perez, Larry Hur- witz, Frank Szczepanski. row 4: Vince Miller. row 1: Lewis M. Credle, William Anderson, Al M. Brown Ill. row 2: Terry Miller, john McGill, Carroll G. Boswell. absent: Rod 1. McDavis, Donald F. Collier, james O. Howard. 228 PeopIefTogetherfGreeks Q- , N . " 'af 4 W fy 'fi 4 - 1' OMEGA PSI PHI And because I have given man that which he craves, I shall endure. YPA DEL 714149 NL-li 'yo , Q lb. YY john Kelly, Steve Fidler, joe Ferrara, Dennis Newall, Rich Garrity, john Malone, Tom Dorsey, john lablonski, Mark Weber, Ray Smith, Fred Koenig, Dan Bobik, jeff Kuc, Tom Blackburn, Bud Schwartz, Bob Berg, A A Keith Chatting, Nick Foti, Chick Earnest, Paul Morrill, joe Fineran, Mike Gaffney, jim Thomas, john Kennelly, Mark Phillips, Doug Cudde- back, Steve Foster, Bob Ross, Don Feichney, Ed Peck. 'V . 9 My sons shall neither falter nor 0 fail. " HY c r , flf " st wHo AM 12 X100 RN6 1 NA L F RATE ' MY NAME IS FRATERNITY V l They shall add new lustre to my name. l W illllliil' :Lee-2,-fa -vw--pf 41.34.gu.,.,.L.1,-L..Y4,fa,gLLi.-,., M "' ll, l 'lil ii rr will W Lili wlWMll'lliillf fllkl i.. will. Ili L fi, J 1' 'J 9, Wil fog' E lwliii lllllllillllf l, ii? lJ"il'wi? v Ylwllli 3 Mgmt' ,, I 1 1 li" ' L 7 l l' wi Ai 1- , fjw flu, ,V Q' :QA 1,49 M1 1 E- . yu, X .. A I+ 1 'll lllllll ' '-MM ' wr if welll 230 of Epsilon Sigma Phi, are proud to announce our affiliation with the National Fra- ternity, Lambda would like to L25 has worked with Siggii ,,qr tin? 'QM' V the past. Now, as . wiwli','J'.lel Lambda Chi Alpha, we a1ff3lQjlvboLl3lng forward to working ,, A 12 'ly ill L' ,fflwuiiiwir ' lililrllf iv: f iifiailialllltllfw ' li"'i"9ll Wi" fl fl' UtLl fe . ,W ,zllflfikiiflhli alll ,VL i iv , 1 ,www-Md,..i ,ww 'li'l5il?ibWfl2'isU : if Thom Angstadt Mark C. Azar lack Barnard Dave Baujan Tom Beecroft Waldo Carmona Larry Clarke Tom Cotter jack Desch Bob Dix loe Drummer Bill Grilliot Dennis I. Hable Bill Hagerty Danny Hayes jim Hurak Bob Lukavic jim Lukes Hank Manza john McLaughlin Denis Navarro jim Reid Ron Sabol joe Shock Tom Sullivan Mike Trogus Ken Vaccaro Denny Wright HONORARY Bob Bush joe Walsron Bob Wilke Don Williams PeoplefTogetherfGreeks X, Z5 izaiiii-N "ll ysillllwlh f. QSM- lr. ' . . i ""'NWfl,l 1' llflkiii illw i iw, ..,Wii, in J,,iM , i iwiiiriiiliv fwilwi M li, -ultiiiviflziril llsiilw I7 l il Wi ii PeoplefTogetherfGreeks 231 TAU KAPPA EPSILON row 1: Brendan Coogan, Rus sell Esposito, Patrick Carmody, joe Violante, Kevin Gorman row 2: Mike Neary, Mike Vitti Reed Toth, jeff Babka. row 3 jim Tennant, Mike Demma Ken DiGregorio, Ed Duffy, Roger St. Cyr. row 4: Alan Bar- one, Gerry Trafis, Chester Niu, Larry Fitzpatrick. row 5: Ray Marcy, john Galvin, Frank Di- Giacomo, Mike McKeevar. TRIRHO row 1: jim Smythe, Bob Keeler, Ed Coyle, Bubber Sellazzo, Pete Plowucha, Pat O'Rourke, Phil Heisey, Bill Snow. row 2 jerry Sweeney, Frank Lutz, Tony Buffalino, Greg Tavano, Phil Dalman, Tommy jackson, Paul janus. row 3: Danny Calla- han, Bill Manning, Herbie Smith, joe Mancuso, john Agnello, Paul Rambesak, Rich Pesce, Paul Cynkar, jamie Kauff- mann, Larry Harris. absent: Byron Cartozian, Bill Klyn, Hugh Duddy, Hank Goldberg, joe Molino, Mike Subrize George Blyskun, Frank Zawojski, Darrel Stimmel, Mike Gannon, Paul Florczyk, Pat Lynch, Marty Santiloci, Steve Tully Bobby Dorman, Skip Kirby, Mike Dempsey, George O. Gardner, Dr. john K. Upton, Don Citarella, Kenny Thal. 232 PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 1 L T I '01 DELTA TAU NU row 1: Bourbon, W. Stepjan, B. Kehoe, R. Smith, 1. Curotto, 1. Gruber, 1. Shikany. row 2: L. Whit- ney, T. Thurin, 1. McCann. row 3: j. job, G. Woolley, B. Glaser, A. Gravert. row 4: M. Tierney, F. Eov- ino, N. Smith, E. Hennessey, P. Kozonosky, T. Roland, R. Heigel. row 5: D. Perugini, C. lacoby, 1. Krumholtz, P. O'Neill, 1. Van Dura. ..,., ............L.........-.........-...:........ . - - -- f-- - , ...., ..4.- .F--Y -- 0 - W. . . N . I -5 Y W, , . . '+2f':3+?f23':-i.'ff sw .Ja-. I J 3 Q'-N51 'ffm' ' V ni . A A Y j : E W.. ' AM' ' 11' ' 'iilxr :' I . . . ,Li 777, , - Fl AjYF'I V - . - -. .TN ii., p. PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 233 C5 m FD Q. M01 'awp 56 fu wma bl UJ!f'U9II Zn agw 'fl QE? -N4 I-7' as-1 EO ,-DE pm 32? F1 E-vs XII. ..n mm :asm I: CD- 33' NU' sf-r :cn ffl. fp- 'cu mm OK :rm 7'1 gl. Q-O rbi Tow -X.. OZ 5? ppm EE? :TE 38 E? o Q5 ful :1"4 W 75 mi SF' :P U rn ru oo DJ : Q5 mi U5 gd.: -I 58 '1 .-N2 NU is f'D"1 'E TF: 2,5 58 'G Qin rn gn UQT' FDI' 2,5 l'9"1 :rr Ez mm An QU 'DO W: fm eo. 3? 333 RSL O 02:5- fp: "1 Aw: 3-o mi 3-1 ICD ITE gm :U :DO sm 5:0 .-ll' -J: LA gm N-I Q-O 0.2 fD.x 3.. Ns? Zo- Ix C3 fp: :QT FDI! D01 UE ,DN rwcn FO CJ' 'I OE 553' PHT N: E-.. :O ro Z0 nO gl f-'O '43 '1- fbw No gi -.yq 2--n Z 59 On 32 -10 33? 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PHI BETA ALPHA jr e,'jj23E W' Uv. g.l4, '1""' ff row 1: Dave Gornall, Pat Logue, Dave Martin, Mike Buddie, Mike Kerwin, Tom johns, Barry Lichtenstein, Marty Quinn. row 2: Tom Maggio, john Pope, Kevin O'Malley, joe Fenstermaker, Sam Mazzuca, Clark Putzek, Pat Walsh, Pat Kilbane. row 3: Bishop Adamowicz, Frank Spiegel, Mike Vanek, Rick Bonick, George Wil- son, Peter Kepic, Lex Crane, Tom Kunigonas, Bill Storts. row 4: Tom Sherwin, joe Condo, jim Carey, Tom Lind, Neal O'Leary, Ed Murray, McGrath. jeff Stodd, Kevin V A , : , 1 ' i 4-W X - 1 DEL TA GAMMA OMEGA 236 PeopIefTogethelj!Greeks 1 ' g j sf I row 'I: john Eberle, Dau Fuller, Dan DeSmeit, Bob Roll. row 2: Floyd Lavaia, Mike Popich, justin Rosato, Anthony Trotto, Ken Rodriguez, Harold Ecken- rode. row 3: john Lombardo, Bob Hamilton, Ka Festa, john Minieri, Don Drummond, junior Torres, Ed Buechec, Pete Savino. :fwfr-'. 5 : aim 1 - . l . 1 DELTA SIGMA B THETA row 1: Mary Elizabeth Lawson, Romy Mason ltreas.l, Rosemary C. Young, Peggy A. Wyan, Teresa A G. Dangerfield lsecr.l. row 2: 9 Marsha K. Hayden lV.P.l, Cynthia A. Russ, Bonnie Mason, Carolyn E. Wright, Margaret E. Morrow, Arnette D. Cortner. absent: lanice West lpres.J, Vivian jordan, Car- men Stroud. GAMMA GAMMA KAPPA row 'l: Valerie Engel, Ann Strickfaden, Joanne Barrett, Sandy Gittinger, Anne Fahrendorf, Carole Ann Hardy, Mary Oscar, Cathy Woods, Andrea Tyler. row 2: Barbara Tully, Marilyn Leibert, Carole Gabos, Ann Meidt, Rose Mazza, Sue Simborski, Carol Higgins, Maureen Matthew. row 3: Barb Mueller, Jeanne Rivara, Nora Olson, jane Fisher, Noreen Horrigan, Mary McCarthy, Katie Serewicz, Shelly Pawlik, Ann Callaghan. absent: Trish Serewicz, Marylee Russell, loan Patterman, Donna Wilson, Marlene Medas, Cheryl Abraham, Nancy Watkins, Terry Bennett, Kathy Kinney, Ann Lip- scomb, Laure Bartkowk. PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 237 row 1: Connie Caveney, lane Papas, Rosalyn Barco, Sharon Swiderski. row 2: Missy Kiep, Pat Ross, joanie Chifari, Sue Drebs, Mary Brockman iexec. V.P.J, Mary Lesko Qpres.l, Linda Chedd Cadmin. V.P.J, Ro O'Connor itreas.J, Nancy Pajersky, Mary Osbahr. row 3: Kathy Powitzky, Pat Buchek, Flo Hughes, M. 1. Chicoine, jackie Krebs, Pat Klecker, Kathy Krouse, Mary Ann Fitz, Gloria DeSantis, Cathy Veihmeyer. row 1: Terri Rommelmann, Diane Ciloekler isecrj. row 2: Nancy Nicol, Chris Murray, Patty Schmitt, Suzanne Larison. row 3: Mickie Prasnikar, Marion Mas- triano, Sue Garrity, Sharon Lynch lpres.J, leanne Schaaf, Judy Verhoff iV.P.i. row 4: jessica lonesflane O'LoughIin itreasj, Debbie Weidner, janet Dom- browski, Diane Bica, Amie Svec. 238 PeopIefTogetherfGreeks OMEGA SCJRGRITY Together as individuals Together as one Together we feel play M live love Together as Omega. row 1: Monica Brennan, Susan Lipps, Connie Schuck, Mary Lou DiLeo, jean jacullo, row 2: loanne Fraser, Marilynn Mannix, Gail Hunt, Cyndi Schmitt, Beth Donovan, jan Lubeley. row 3: Mary jo Ryan, Beth Boyle, Nancy Gulanick, Mickie Yano, Patti Cullen, Marie Sperger, Karen Wozniak, Pat Currie, Carolyn Demkovich, Eleanor Fitz. 1970 PLEDGE CLASS row 1: Joanne Scheuble, Mary lo Detweiler, Marilyn Weisgerber, Nancy Kotowski, Kathy DePalma, Carol Risch, Michele Ehrler, Ron- nie Sakala, julie Long. row 2: Madelyn Mushinski, Pattie Dig- nam, Nancy Schenck, Cathy Hochwalt, Pat Murray, Diane Di- Pasquale, Donata Fazioli, Kathy jennison. Absent: Pat Wichael, Kathy Uarvel, Mary McFadden. PeopIefTogetherfGreeks 239 ZETA PHI ZETA 240 PeopIefTogetherfGreeks FL YERETTES if row 1: Barb Tikey Cco-captainl, Donna Wilson Ccaptainl. row 2: Michele Gamaldi, Phyllis Rogge Csecr.l, Chris Mein- hold, julie Wahlrab, Connie Schuck, Pat Wichael, Martha Singer, Janice Young, Kathie Pabst, Pat Suszek Kpres.l, julie Klaes, Margaret Koehn. row 3: jqdy jelly, Maureen Sullivan, Nancy Watkins, Mary Murphy, Sue Steindel, Michele Ehr- ler, Bonnie Clarke ftreas.l, Mary Sue johnson, Sonja Marsh Cchoreographerl, Cindy Ruhl iV.P.l, Jeanne LeClair, Nancy Frick, Barb Pleiman, Becky Biga, Diane Rusche, Cathy Snyder. row 4: Bob Bollard fmusic manl, jean Reulle, Colleen Clark, Chris Burgh, Ginny Wolfe, Layn Richter, Sandy Krupp, Pat Griffith, Mary lohnesee, Sue Barker, Kay Chapman, jim Kell Cmusic manl. i CHEER AND YELL LEADERS row 1: Connie Noonan, Marie Sperger. row 2: Dee Dee Varia, Regis Lekan, Al Cridge, Ed Fowler, Leland Smith, Deb- bie Hessell. row 3: Terri Chock, Tarie Kleinknecht. PeopIefTogetherfSports 243 MARCHING COEDS row 1: janice Grupenhoff ico-captainl, Camille Buffalino Ccapt.l, judy Meinike idrill sgt.l. row 2: Ann Mazzucco, Tina Vicidomina, jerry Harkins, janie Ryan, Rhonda Duff, jane Phillips, Noreen Skully, Debbie Hochwalt, Ginny Leibold, Nancy Eisen, Mary Ellen Regan, Kathy Sickler, Kathy Varvel, Cheryl Sutera. row 3: Margaret Pograis, Mary Moots, Mar- gie Langenkamp, Barbara Armstrong, Barbara Maras, Heike Ostrowski, Karen Fox, Cathy McMillan, ludy Mitchell, Sharon Reed, Debbie Crowley, Lori Rebeta, Carolyn Pograis, janet Bridgewater, Bev Ross, ludy Morton. N 244 PeopIe!TogetherfSports If MARCHING BAND -,....1.1illLrLtuLr.lLr,.1ill.lgtLL...lmngjlg.til.Jlllllilllllllllilllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll 1lllllfulgiT..MQ.. ..K.,... L... . ,. . . :J row 1: john Calloway ldrum majorl, Diane Dabkowski, Teri Kline lhead majorettel, Mary Keihl, Kathy Kiesewetter, Roger Tate Cassistant drum majorl. row 2: Sue Wagner, Cecilia Goad, Sally Davis, Dave Kroger, Bill Lowe tpres.l, Harry Cooper, Patrick Maloney, Kathy Tamer. row 3: Dr. Maurice Reichard lconductor of concert bandl, Diane Armstrong, Tim Houvaras, Gary Knedler, Al Clark tbusiness managerl, Elaine Schweller, Charles Kleesattel, Don Fields, Cynthia Schneigenberg, james Romond, james jira, Sue Cline CV.P.J, john Wilhelm, john Lowe, joe Gartner, Peter Horton, Paul Martini, C. W. Ritter fconductor of marching bandl. row 4: Tom Gastineau, Lee Taulton, Gene Meyer, Ed Campbell, john Martoglio, Amanda Oliver, janice Resig, Vincent julianm, Gerry Maynard, Ken Lindsay, Greg Schniegenberg, Terry Hentrich. row 5: Dan Poast, Kayleen Kill, Mark Zink, Bob Wourms, Mike Fitzpatric, Dennis Spooner, Chris Burg- er, Steve Emanuelli, Marie Agen, Richard Ervin, George Koenig, Don Markus, joan Verhoff, David Schwiewetz, Bill Skudlarek, jim Doyle, Mick O'Bryan, john Baker, Claire Boge, Bill Barga. SENIORS row 1: Teri Kline lhead majorettel. row 2: Mar- garet Pograis, Heika Ostrowski, Debbie Hoch- walt, Cathy McMillan. row 3: Janice Resig, Ken Lindsay, Bill Lowe Cpres. of Marching Bandl, Thomas Gastineau, Sue Cline lV.P. of Marching Bandl, Sally Davis. row 4: Cecelia Goad, Tim Houvaras, John Wilhelm, Peter Horton, Marie Agen, William Skudlarek. row 5: Dan Poast, john Baker, William Barga. PeopIefTogetherfSports 245 3, VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM row 1: Terry Miller, lim Tierney, Dave Schroeder, john Haynes, Bob Palcic, Mark Ellison, Leo Dillon, Al Brown, Don Simpson, Fred Borgert, Bill Adams, Bob Christophel. row 2: Sonny Allen, joe Daugherty, jim Howard, Kevin Ryan, Dan Quinn, Tony Vitale, Gary Hambell, jerry Sykes, Gary Kosins, Fest Cotton, Bob lanke, Bernie Tucker. row 3: Bob Shepas, Ron Krechting, Gary Radzik, Gary Walters, jake Burkhardt, john Carbon, Bob Furia, Tom Palcic, Tim Quinn, jim Fra- zier, Larry Nickels, Dave Hamilton. row 4: jim Johnston, Tom Gates, Dan Kobie, Bill Axley, Steve jaye, Denny White- head, Don Valentini, Roy Watkins, Ken Bossart, Rick Heben, Dwight Mosley, john Crotty. row 5: Terry Sullivan, Bill Stevens, Dave Girard, Glenn Radzik, Adrian Skunza, Al Bass, Kevin Carver, Roger Simon, Rich Weigand, Bill Bradley, Ron Golobish, Mike Catanzaro, Dave Trinite. DAYTON OPPONENT 45 Xavier 22 7 Cincinnati 13 14 Bowling Green 14 28 Louisville 11 14 Ohio University 17 41 Buffalo 0 14 Akron 6 21 Northern Illinois 20 0 Miami 17 7 Toledo 31 record: 5-4-1 246 PeoplefTogetherfSports Q' LW, arr- fw 'lg -Q 1? A -r 1 1 SOCCER TEAM ,HQ . , 1 -J , s row 1: Coach Ray O'Hanlon, Sandy Graurt, Bob Winkler icaptainl, Rocco Fuschetto icaptainl, Enrique Mulanavich, john Sieburn, Dave Munn, Ed Bischof Cass't coachl. row 2: john Fitzpatrick imanagerl, Mike Cahill, Bob Ostelhoff, Gar- ry Arnold, Mike Brick, Alex Sossa, Larry Graja, Bob Richardson, llhan Pere. row 3: Cliff Eddy, jerry Fuschetto, Greg Renning, jim Magilloway, Bob McNamee, Frank Eovino, Denny Hartweck, joe Palazo, Chuck Hodgkinson. 1 DAYTON OPPONENT 1 Wilberforce 0 0 Cleveland State 8 0 Bowling Green 3 7 Cedarville 0 3 Ball State 1 11 Ohio Northern O 3 Wright State 4 4 Wilmington 6 4 Miami 2 1 Moorehead State 0 0 Ohio State O record: 6-4-'I PeopIefTogetherfSports 247 I A bk U 'A 0 3 if ,A ' ,N 19 3 Q!-fill: 4bg1,q?w!8X V3 VYT. U04 iq ML x?- ' ' .A-n Q - 1 f -N 2' YT i "A . Nr' ul' W- 11, I 'w In I ,i j 9' 1 13:1 fl I 7, ' 4 L 2-if .rr xy' QL AYTO, E Lum, an Af 3, -- . 'Q 'Q 4' z r. - ' .Yr fi v B ,xlo h L N v - -Q! I ,N " V, if KAI 1 IP: E it - P 42 , V' H 1 A E Cf""""'--i-f ,+ ... , , ,gfyz W i ..--uni ' M W A "AH 'gs I 5 -f' 5' R , Q-HP ff' -4-A .,,- ,Q 4, ui ,' ' '-""" Saw Hi-5 iw Q-P -Z ...ul W H L N .hx Q 'E' W M3552 W Q 9 '?'N .441 5 4Q- 1 an i Tm W EE ' 'i V' V555 ' ' 2i - A K, I Piwl ' . gf , kj X 'f Fig 5 ' L A Q 4 fm Q - '4 . 5-ww '--- .-Y. , Vx VARSITY BASKETBALL: Bottom fl to rl: AI Bertke, Steve Lawrence, Tom Crosswhite, George Schloemer, Ken May, lack Keehan, George jackson, Pat Murnen, Rex Gardecki. Top Row: Head Coach Don Donoher, Assistant Coaches Bill Cas- sidy, Bob Hooper, Mark Sizemore, Gordy Gahm, john Bitter, Steve Hess, Ted Sizemore, Freshman Coach George jan- ky, Manager jim Larkin, Athletic Director Thomas 1. Fredricks. Peo ple! Together! S ports 4 t ' Ali" A 3 Y- 250 PeopIefT heir Places , I Wx, 4 fy.. . Y ,JY lc .,,,,.-fm 'M' L r ' J ,fs 'J S? l CAMPUS SOUTH, 4F, row 1. Nancy McNeil, Ann Car- roll, Betty Gallagher. row 2, Katy Unverferth, Karen Woodward. absent. jane Papas. F'-KA, 335 COLLEGE PARK. Mary Ellen Chajkowski, Willie joe, Mary Cullighan, Marlene Medas. PeopIefTheir Places 251 416 LOWES ST: George Simon, Mike Hoerster, Bill Tobe, Duane Kaiser, Pat Kirgan, Dave Enneking. ll new was J CJ MARYCREST 3 SOUTH: row 1: Anne Ciutekanst, Jan Goldschmidt, Debbie O'Brien, Joanne Uher, Judy Antonelli, Lynn Vetter, Sharon Hemmer, Roberta Pugh, Laurie Zallnick. row 2: Patti Donoghue, Carol Hallahan, Marlene Bevacqua, Jeanette Floriani, Cassie Corbin. row 3: Ann Berchtold, Paula McQuillan, Lucy Johnson, Doris Dubuque, Angie Cosen- tino, Ciera Hirt, Paula Geiss. row 4: Marlene Bauer, Barb Laubacher, Betsy Barnwell, Barbara Nigro, Joyce Newman, Maryellen Regan, Sue Wagner, Mariann Kuzio, Diann Armstrong, Helga Ullmann, Mimi Bechtold. row 5: Debbie Reich, Chris Gockman, Mary Pat Wrenn, Mary Ann Sibel, Pat Stubbers, Tate Hamilton, Pam Farrell, Reg Pilch. 252 PeopIefT heir Places 340 STONEMILL: row 1: Steve Schuler, Steve Adams, Bob Pangburn, row 2: jim Carroll, Rich Olson, john Sich. ml: 4,- -g 'ffl-.A 750.4 MARYCREST 6 NORTH: row 1: Ginny Weber, Mary Monnig, Paulette Morelli, Carol E. Condon, Pat Adams, Meg McManus, jan Amatulli, lanet Seigel, Ellen Hannan, Betsy Higgins. row 2: jannie Wing, Kath Palladog, Linda Montana- ro R.A., Sue Donoghue, Cathy Fogarty, Carol Gillespie, Chris Bullock, Micky Groeber, Tonja Chiles, Kathy Burke. row 3: Mary Ann Pollman, Carol Wawrzyniak, Connie Valenti, Sandy Bialosky, Patti Dieden, Sue Bracken, Terry Boberg, Kathy Casey, jan Guinan, Katie Unger, Marianne Simmons, Jody jelley. PeopIefT heir Places 2 STUART 3 SOUTH: row 1: Tim Schiavone, lim McFarlane, john Collins Engelhardt, Bernie Noe, Ken Kelleher. row 2: john Fogarty, Harry Pohlman, john Boszko, Barry Hintz-R.A., Fiore Talarico. row 3: Roger Anderson, Mike C-alligan, Barry Ruth, lon O'Connor. row 4: Bob Murphy, Fred McCloskey, jerry Niezer, Doug Strohl, Matt Vecchiono. row 5: Gary O'Keefe, Barry Brooks, Lee Harris, jerry Collins. row 6: Donald Abramo, Mike Braidich, john Cardarelli. N 'O,:5e if NOW WEEDE CAMPUS SOUTH 2E: row 1: joan Hansen, Marilyn Batsche, Maribeth Klein. row 2: Martha Rothermel, Mary Kay Klein. CAMPUS SOUTH 3B: row 1: Ellen Eichenlaub, Katie O'Brien, Maureen Quealy. row 2: Paula Fenelon, Mary Ellen Walter, jackie Krebs. 254 PeoplefT heir Places STUART 6 EAST: row 'l: Gary C-onda, Alex T. Moroz, Dennis Feleppelle, Duane Feleppelle. row 2: Alan MacDonald, Kevin Kelly-R.A., Roger Smith, Tony Nini. row 3: Tony Marino, Paul jaskowski, Kevin Sheridan, Carl Subich. row 4: David Manuel, Steve Barnwell, Larry Leising, Louis Martone, Chris Kearney. row 5: Lake Harris, lim Kell, Brad Gates, joe Pallecki, Wayne A. Lyons. row 6: Tom Eversen, Mike Zontini, Bob Bollard, jean-Pierre Gelinas, lim O'Connor labsentl. CAMPUS SOUTH SB: row 'l: Barb Chapman, CAMPUS SOUTH 6D: Mary jane Smith, Nina Fazio, Mar- jane Costello, Pinochle Legs, Ellen Kinnane. ilyn jones, Carolyn Pograis, Critchett Ross, Joanne jones. row 2: Karen Kanieski, 48-hour Russ, Lynn Perkins, Naay Brumfield. PeopIefT heir Places 255 X I, Ha CAMPUS SOUTH APT. 9E: row 'lr Norma Pyn, Susie Ritacco, Cathy Kill. row 2: Danielle Troppoli, Laura Herron, Kitty Kelly. CAMPUS SOUTH APT. 2 D: row 'I: Christine Dwyer, Cheri Wag- ner, Diana Rusche, Joanne Critelli, Sandy Allen, Betz Hagan. .A 44 'I 0, irk ,ggi lfdvx 'fa l A Kb.. firm: - . er, P Q l v ,. nr STUART HALL 6 NORTH: row 1: Tom O'Brien, E. 1. Tierney, George Repetz, Bob Colum, Mark Lynch. row 2: Walt Fleming, joe Liberta, Bill Henry, Bob Sullivan, Tom Smith, Don Hinkel, Bill Garcia, Brian Allen. row 3: Glenn jones, john Vachris, 1. K. Kramarik. row 4: john Quinn, jim Gilroy, Pete Stark, lack Leary, Ed Samsel. row 5: Addison Friend, jim Krazit, joe Lipper, Louie, Sonny Meyer, R.A. row 6: Ray Kauszewski, R. Kevin Martin, Matt Kane, Rick Coombs. 256 PeopIefT heir Places 1 2 CAMPUS SOUTH SA: row 1: Lori Clark, Madelyn Mushinski, Carolyn Broz. row 2: Ellen Rainey, Betty Koszalka, Kathy Foley. 1522 ALBERTA STREET: row 1: jim Cicero, Phil Leombruno, jim Velasco. row 2: jeff Cunko, john Cioffoletti, Larry Williams. il- l. :E , MARYCREST 4 MIDDLE: row 1: Peggy Gardner, Kathy Samas, Tricia Hart, Cindy Schniegenberg, ludy McLallen. row 2 Mary Anne Boerger, janet Wagner, Patty Fleming, judith De Prisco, Debbie Swensen, Kathy Pekarek, Victoria Ham- mer, Sue Wilde, Colleen Hackett. row 3: Lee Miner, Patti Butler, Nancy Weiss, Mary Lynne Ondrusek, Benita Smith, Nancy Syburg, Rita Lacy, Ann Seivert, Sandy Shuster, Betty C-alicki R.A. Missing: Pat Vogt, Phyllis Shonebarger. PeopIefTheir Places 257 FQUNDERS 4 SOUTH: row 1: Bob Ostholthoff, Ted Zukoski, Kevin Baldwin, Al Kurzinski, Dennis Brohm, Chuck Miller.. row 2: Bill Schniedwind, Tom Seibel, Bob Fischer, Paul Markisoto, Mike Podnan, Tom Horne, Denny Mc- Laughlin, Ed McLaughlin, Rich Egan. row 3: john McManus, joe Halko, Greg Fitzgerald, Phil Berkemeier, Ken Haun, Paul C. Benedict R.A., Steve Mueller, Tom Smith. , 1" W STUART 4 NORTH: row 1: Ed Naas, Alphonse DiPierno, james Hurley, Tom Chorba, Don Seger. row 2: Robert Vitti, Bob Wicks, joe Yanny, Phil Hertvik, Rocco Fuschetto R.A., Tim Hammelrath, Gerald Bartos. row 3: Frank Trautman, Kigran Lynch, Paul LaMonica, john Catalano, Bill Theby, joe Bonanne, james Seliskar, joseph Gyorky. row 4: Peter Cranston, Fred Scott, 'Moose', Bill Garlock, Markus Giangreco, Stephen Charles Pruttingf loe Lioi ll, jim Betz, Steve johanson. 258 PeoplefT heir Places U.H. 200 NORTH: row 1: Tom Orr, Don Post, Phil Laciura, Rick Roche, john Kramer, jim Banks, Mike Banigan, joe Palazzo, Bob Bowman, Bob McClain R.A. row 2: Steve Rice, Frank Kennelly, Rica Bianchi, Frank Young, jim Trapp, jeff McCabe, Andy Brelthauer, john Miller, Dave Moore, lack Reinhard, joe McMahon. row 3: j. L. Welch, Bob Dell'Osa, Bill Moriarity, Frank Turano, Gene jones, Dan Rhein, Tom Barrow, joseph Finch, Pete Vitro, Den Kelly, john Lyons. THX MARYCREST 1 NORTH: row 1: Nancy Long, Maggie Foy, Marian Gray, Irene Heinlein, Kt Schirneyer. row 2: Sheila lacobelli, Chris Danzilo, janet Becht, Chris Corrado, Mary Sue Ulven, Cindy Kessler, Sherry Crause, Sonder Aikins. row 3: Judy Knesboro, jo Anne Bavaga, Gail Tantanella, Kay Shoop, Sue Ervin, Susan Rupert, Mary Ann Habeman, Helen Clolinski, Carol Rogers. PeopIefT heir Places 259 CAMPUS SOUTH 4D: row 1: Kathy Fullenkamp. row 2: , Kay Detlefsen, Sara Hollingshead. row 3: Betty Henry, lane Schroeder. l CAMPUS SOUTH 1OA: Mary Lou Flor, Mary Ann Frank. M l l MARYCREST 4 NORTH: row 1: Anne Beckman R.A. row 2: Ioyce Berberich, Laura Welch, Anne Keeley, Yvette Quenneville, Kathy Zaciek, Colleen Clark, Elaine Orr, Annette Bobby, Becky Malloy, Anne Corrigan, Karen Campbell, Mary Beth Droste. row 3: Elaine Frierott, Carroll Schmidt, Nancy Kerber, Paula Bennett, Sue Queeney, lan Fogelsong, Nancie Gerres, Nancy Shearer, julie Klaes, Linda Brunhofer, Aileen Halden, Kathy Quirk, Carolyn Woeber, Eddie Tier- ney. row 4: Sally Yurcisun, Marilyn juzkiewicz, Nancy Kotowski, Susan Thomas, Katie Pumphrey, Sue Larkin, Nancy Dates, Lesley Clark, Linda Novak, Margaret O'Donnell, Nancy C-odecker, Nancy 1. Kretz, jessica Minyon, Margi Hornsby. 260 PeopIefT heir Places 7 CAMPUS SOUTH 9C: front to back: Cindy Porter, Barb Mocadlo, Gay Price, Bob Weimer, Bill Yellenik, Mary Warnowicz, Mary Noak, Marge Neville. 838 E. STEWART: Doris Haag, Elaine Grubenhof, lan Lube- ly, Marianne Henry. 2 NORTH FOUNDERS: row 1: jerry Schubert, joe Dugan, jim Cyphers, Felix Ferrise, Bob O'Keefe, Bill Rice, Steve Ma- jerick-R.A. row 2: Kenneth Kroschwitz, Ray Obremski, Kevin Foster, Rick Kreher, Mike Calvaruso, Steve Lawrence, Gallen Cvasson, jeff Christie, Mark Bednar. PeopIe!T heir Places 261 'S 6 .bit U.H. 500 NORTH: row 1: Bob Lynch R.A., Glen Merski, Mike Mark, Chiappetta joe, Dennis A. Kazmierski, George Dieter. row 2: Alan Barter, Dan Laghi, Gary Depweg, Ed Fitzpatrick, Vince julian, jim jira, jim Kosciolek, Sam Fiume, Mike Quigley, Dave Vassallo. row 3: Paul Michalko, Steve Lennon, Victor Solorzand, Gary Harmon, Paul Kremen, Rich Misplon, Earl Thorne, Tom Gayer, Rich Daniels, Mike Culbert, Pat Hurley, Darrell Stewart. row 4: Steve johns, Gentle Ben, Bob Dixon, Stan joseph Cudnik, Robert joseph Frascella, Gene Berwaro, Mike Foley, jasem Al-Khudhun, Tom Corcoran, james Ti Stimler, joe Zaloski, julius Brown. row 5: Robert Gfroerer, Mike Tal- one, Rich Morrison, Brian Lambert, joe Molnar, Kevin Gorman. missing: Mike Quinlin, George Rieger, Frank Gutewiez, Dan Homan, john Unodi, Carsen Castell, john Pangborn. STUART 2 SOUTH: row 1: Chris Wall, Rich Hand, Danny Brabender, Kelvin Fudge, Dan Larkin. row 2: john Lar- kin, Robert Williams, Brian McCartney, jack G. Bors, Bob F. Kretz. row 3: Lou Cioffi, Bill Sauter, Lloyd Burroughs, Murch Tom, Greg Oatis, Bob Peter. row 4: Chuck Dragga, john Morriss, Kevin Kaufman, Dave Seswick, Carl Basch. row 5: Dan Vennekotner, Gary Russo, Ray Rush, jim Gerker, Michael Curtis R.A. , ir l . v I I 262 PeoplefT heir Places 1 f Q ,v -4 .- UAYTIX Q I MARYCREST 7 NORTH: row 1: Joyce Klak, Phys, Peggy Beadle, Barb Hurray, Carolyn Reedy, Ann Dwyer, Donna Grendys. row 2: Betty Pomponi, Kathy Fitzgerald, Barb Boyle, Mary Kennedy, Kathy Price, Betty Donovan, Marie C-rausso, Bethie Bruder, Peggy Myles, Peggy Veihmeyer, Kate O'Connor. row 3: Michele Hanoschak, Kathy Ken- nedy, Kathy Korb, Joanne Walsh, Jan Ahern, Carole Ann Hardy, Betty Yoger, Lynn Hojnacki, Judie Klucikowski, Donna deLuca, Colleen Kassab, Marcia Wojcik, Maryanne Harmon. row 4: Mary Hipskind, Cindy Bellows, Barb Becker, Debbie Ross, Kay Chapman, Rosemary McDermott, Rosemary Wylonis, Judy Bleicher, Casey Obermeier, Mary Carol Kelly, Terry Tobin, Rosemary Loar, Jan Illig. U.H. 100 FLOOR: row 1: Joe Unser, Frank Maloney, Ray Andrews, Kelly J. Street, John Possehl, Keith Schroeder, Bob Bunn, Robert Ralston, Sam Ferralli. row 2: Tom Caminiti, John Lesk, Samuel May, Tom Jordon. row 3: Bill Maloney, Bob Bates, Rick Carpini, Jeff Babka, Anthony Caputo R.A., Mick Spuzzillo, Steve Nicholas, Charlie Cal- abrese, Thomas Tie. 5 1 1 J l ' l l 1 5 PeopIefT heir Places 263 STUART 2 EAST: row 1: George Estill, Bill Carey, Tom Voghn, Pat McCormick, Dennis Kamowski R A row 2 Mike Burke, Bob Pareti, Al Sigg, Doug Schutte, Gary Baird, Don Lukas, Ed O'Malley, Larry Schultz row 3 jim Oluany Dan Lucia, Robert Passaretti, Dan Hacker, jim Romond. row 4: jeff Georgy, Ted Dacey, Harvey Senger Mike Coleman Tom Shea. row 5: Kevin Lanahan, George Wilhelm, Michael Schroeder, Frank Smolinski, Charlie Warth Gaspar Lesznik CAMPUS SOUTH 8F: row 1: Ellen Cain, Sherry Fedor, Mary Ann Chasler, Terri Busemeyer, Marcia Hockwalt, Cris Murray. CAMPUS SOUTH 4C: row 1: Rosemary Mentesana, Susan Hennes- sey. row 2: Debbie Smith, Barbara Clauson, Connie Cecala, Mar- ianne Konrad. 264 PeoplefT heir Places . MARYCREST 7 MIDDLE: row 1: Sue DiAntonio, Annette Biehler, Colette Hambrook, Laura Quellos, Ann Hettinger. row 2: Claire Boyer, Ellie Hainrihar, Libbie Beville, Mary Alcock, Sharon Aubry, Anne Rossi, Karen Fassler, Nancy Turn- er, Chriss Carmola, Sue Gump-R.A., Patti Riley, Barb ludhoff. row 3: Linda Ringholtz, Karen McQuade, Kathy Moriar- ty, Carol Prikos, joan Verhoff, Carol German, Mary Blasi, Sharon Groh, Diane Harmon, Martha Yeranko, Dodie Geddes. row 4: Micki Myers, Sue Vuksta, Claire Rolka, Heidi Frust, JoAnn Alercia, Barbara Cordo, Eileen McCarthy, Marcie Lamb, jean Battson, Marj Blasius, Diane Blaonek. G ' i s'9' CAMPUS SOUTH 6C: row 1: Pat Suttleham, Kathie Hurley, Linda Greenway, Martha Hardesty, Marietta DiCicco's shoes, janet Corso. CAMPUS SOUTH 3A: row 1: Barbara O'DonneIl, Betty Darrig, lulie Long. row 2: Donata Fazioli, Marilyn Weisgerber, Ronnie Sakala. PeoplefTheir Places 265 I STUART 1 NORTH: row 'Ii Greg Mittereder, Dave Danford. row 2: Bill Schenkel, Bill Francis, Harry Krishna, Larry Topper, Pat Sheeran, Mike Schilling, Dick Haight. row 3: Ed Carroll, Gus Beck, Dan Grubenhoff, john Lang, loe Griffiths. row 4: Gil Shadle, Gary Graham, Tom Hennessy, Tom Hughes, Mike Hendricks. row 5: Tony Wanner IR.A.l, Ray Gadd, I. Giltner, Chris Kulzer, Ted Weltner. row 6: Steve Brawley, Dave Elston, Bill McCaffrey, Mike Spiotto, Wally Gogul. row 7: Tom Orlando, Mike Burke, Larry Drappi, William Canary, Fred DeStefano. I l UNIVERSITY HALL 6 MIDDLE: Bob England, Don Brugger, Bob Pitaro. CAMPUS SOUTH 7C: row 'I: Sheila DeBrock, Mary Helmig. row 2: Sue Anderson, Ginny McKendry, Barb Larson, Rickie Falbo. 266 PeoplefT heir Places CAMPUS SOUTH 7B: row 'l: Chris Smith, Marie Conti. row 2: Tina Yoong, Sunny Gibson, Maureen Novak, Margie Flege. 5+ f i sl , , i l F , . l -- 'L' "N--11-r" f 5 . f H , ng, -, , i ,Ln ,, i v 'Uni 1 31 EVANSTON: Sue Kelly, Barb Conlon, Ruth Bosek, Terry Diaz, Liz Caputi. . 2 g........Jl ra A l , l, ie M ,i 46: l , I V. . Y , ' . gl CAMPUS SOUTH 9D: Maureen McManus, judy Langley, Romeyn Russell. CAMPUS SOUTH 9F: row 1: Kathy Monnig. row 2: Janice Tonnis, Betty Guschwan, Pat Rismiller. row 3: Mary Guschwan. PeopIefTheir Places 267 FOUNDERS 3 SOUTH: row 1: joseph Bryan, Steve Rose, Terry Buckley, Mick O'Bryan, joe Racosky. row 2: Greg Hocevar, lim Farrell, Chuck Hodgkinson, Vince Henrich, Charlie Barrett, Paul Biegler, Tony Formichelli R.A. Ron Farley. row 3: Greg Pasternak, john Lackner, Paul Miller, Frank Melichalek, Tom Conroy, Mike Woltermann ,john Greenhorn, jim Granger, Steve Hemmert. row 4: Mike Zawilinski, Steven Schmitmeyer. l 2725 1 i Y T04 W Z' U.H. 600 North: row 1: Mike Kramer, Tom Conway, Lance Burton, Douglas Cuddeback, Francis Murray, Gary Lee, john Clausen, Al Cieplicki, Paul Hoying, Andy Fee. row 2: Robert Sasson R.A., Bill Wohlers, William Alt, Vito Catal- do, Bob Cachat, Roger Walker, Mike Gonzalez, Paul Berkemeier, Bob Gaffney, Mark Phillips, Bob Higginbotham, Ric Kirchner. row 3: jim Mackin, Tim Galli, Paul Kozonasky, lohn DeLuca, Tom Morrison, Chris Pollard, Carmel Abbinante, Kerry Haupl, loe Hamilton, Tim Pratt, Reese Siegel. 268 PeopIefTheir Places MARYCREST 3 NORTH: row 1: Gail Delap, Vendi Patterson, Nancy Simon, Arlene Carey, Mindy Fara- sey, Susan Goetz, Tina Vicidomina, Bridget Gallagher, Ruth Ann Englert, Nancy Cosgriff, jane Clark, Mary Ann Lenney. row 2: Betty Caveney, Molly McCarthy, Nancy Hayes, janet Quirk, Katie Egart, Car- ol Condon, Sue Steindel, Marilyn Beck, joyce Schoenig, Cindy Spear, Kathy Stier, Mary Lou Mithoff, Pat Kilkenny. row 3: Barb Kates, Kathy Montgomery, Roe Caparosa, Pat Monteferrante, Diann Funk, Carol Gabriel, Pam Smith, Karen Devin, judy Miller, Pat Young, Mary Moots, Martha Singer, Cindy Tercek. STUART 5 NORTH: row 1: Bob Kiley, Kevin Callaghan, joe Zisa. row 2: Dennis O'Hanlon, Rich Deutch, Bill Kone, john Steinmetz, john Day, Bernie Tydings. row 3: Randy Tallerico, Small, joe Hipwell, Gregg Valenzvela, john Sullivan, Philip Lakarosky, Steven Cucinotta R.A., Kevin Cassidy, john Inscho. row 4: Ron Fleming, Tom Brophy, Steve Mann, Sparrow, Frank Glaspey, Steve Piccininni, Bill Fanelli, Tony Lupia, john Donohue, Dan Kadoe, Bill Richard, Ken Gittinger. PeopIefT heir Places 26Q l U.H. 300 SOUTH: row 1: Kevin Loughrey, Pat Smith, Tom Dorsi, Ron Mussaw, jay Kyne, Bill Teegan, Mark Erwin, Dave Peril, joseph Wagner, jim Gander. row 2: Barry Stell, Chris O'Brien, Frank Hudson, john Meiz- dden, Bob Young, jim Roche, Fred Lovelace, Ray Holshye, Mike McGrew, Doug Felter, Don Santerre, Leo Cahalan R.A. row 3: jim Pagnam, jerry Signorelli, Al Granzolino, john Haskamp, joe Brywczyaski, Bill Bagiot, Gustavo Plenge, Rick Pater, Thomas Brennan, john Olivo. MARYCREST 5 SOUTH: row 1: Mary Lou Fitzgerald, Millie Molino, Karen Sarzynski, Karen Kester, Kristy Maag, Kar- en Wurmser, Kris Kleshinski, Linda Hickson. row 2: Pat Klemens, Pat Letzler, Vickie Ryan, Alessandra Asko, Gail Ke- sel, Chris Sauve, Mary Albright, joAnn Berwanger, jacky Thomas, Lynne Nordone, Terri Glenn. row 3: Donna Leis, jean Marie Wyland, judy Wehn, Patti Benton, jo Cismoski, Ro Haley, Anne Stuhlreyer, Betsy Heeney, jo Ann Mi- chaels, janice Richtar, joan Herbers, Terry Walsh. row 4: Kathy Malone, Cindy Conrad, Bernie Schrader, Donna Herbst, Helen Heisel, Kathy Holmes, Mary Pat Sullivan, Mary Sue Wiedemer, Paulette Seitz, Bobbie Sexton, Kitty O'Onofrio, Louise Badaracco. 'Q '.i f"" ' ""' .- MM! for 's'T""' 'in Ilblrri? ilt?i,.' -:ali i i l l i 70 PeopIefT heir Places STUART GROUND FLOOR: row 1: Billy Gregg, Dennis M. Newell, Tom Wanner, Rich Gerrity, Mike Tomon. row 2: Cesar Bueno, Norm Daley, Tony McNamara, Stan Szwed, Dave Munn. row 3: Paul Marti- no, Ed Callahan, lim Scarazzo, Glen Rock, Daniel Bradl, Edward Sprati, Denny Heitzer. row 4: Tim Macke, Ed Lackner, Bill Rothbauer. row 5: Bob Watrous, Bob Byrne, Tim Tomai, lohn Niemiec, Mike Tobe, Mike Kin. row 6: Tom Novak, Hank Teschendorf, Fred Ramos, Mike Clarke, lack Lekan. U.H. 200 South: row 1: Harry Servoss, Tim Neff, Rich Wieser, Sam Feudale, Bert Ross R.A., joe Fineran, Bill Turnbull, john Malone, joe Ferrara, Steve Fidler. row 2: Rick Opsincs, Dick Herald, Kevin Moore, joe Durczynski, Skip Link, Don Wolf, Tom Siry. row 3: Kenneth Koscick, Henry Froelich, George Naylon, Paul Milfeit, Rich Musolino, joe Schurmann, Tom Carney, Rudy Bulloch, lohn Bridge, loe Leal. PeopIefT heir Places 271 MARYCREST 7 SOUTH: row 1: Cathy Buchanan, Monica Sullivan, Pauline Unverferth, Beth O'- Shaughnessy, Betsy Lloyd-R.A., Beth Drew, Ginny Stivorich, judy Wargo. row 2: Denise Tripoli, Patty Roche, Marilyn Eck, Anne Varhol, Rosemary Smith, Lynda Bridgman, Beth Schroeder, Patty Piccolo, Nancy Kennedy, row 3: jill Donovan, Gail Kochan, Belinda Walters, Sarah Grove, Nancy Majni, Debbie Keenan, Nancy Needham, Kathy Francis, Linda jordanek. row 4: Sue Golubieski, Danielle Ryan, Mar- yanne Doychek, Valerie Folker, Christy Hinsman, Judy Hennessey, Liz Tierney, Meg Fox, Kathy Szabo, jane Pendergast. Oni 'ff qgavb '--X 23 CAMPUS SOUTH 6E: Frigid 4-'I +2 :6E. CAMPUS SOUTH 7D: row 'l: Diane Zimm Denise Geiger. row 2: Katherine Schipper, Virginia Brabender. row 3: Susan Mc- Closkey, Debbie Desch. 272 PeoplefT heir Places STUART 2 NORTH: row 1: Bob Gallagher, Dave Schuster, Ken Langer, Dan Hogan. row 2: jim L. Kre- mer, john Maisch, Robert Wing, Rick Bargon, David Klinsport, Tom Clark. row 3: jerry Cemes-R.A., Bob Macel, Don Klosterman, Don Bennett, Tom McLaughlin, Bob Bruschi. row 4: Dan Maslanka, john Holdheide, Frank Schone, Rick Schnell, Tim Darcy. row 5: Larry Weaver, jim Angello, Mike Cannaroz- zi. row 6: jacques Mauche, john Kraft, Larry Meyer, Ed Goenert. - ,f,u. swim' rr .Q 'fuhgi As, CAMPUS SOUTH 3C: row 1: Barbara Hal- den, Nancy Mclnerney. row 2: Mary Shan- non, Sandy MacEwen, Margaret Reich. Missing: Martie Kniep. 1518 ALBERTA: row 1: "Woody", "V.P." row 2: "Skippy", "Lance". row 3: "Coach", "Cool Hand". PeopIefT heir Places 273 MARYCREST 6 SOUTH: row 1: Lois Drogan, Therese Finnegan, Terry Scheidler, Chris Pettey, Duna Davi, Chris McCaffrey, Ann Marie Enright, Joann Sullivan. row 2: jean Westrick, Susan Riney, Terry Blaser, Barb Nemecek, Chris Frantz, Leslie Skertic, Denise DeLongis, Gail Collins, Gail Zapapas, Mary Crowder, Claudia Tafaro. row 3: Maggi Bokermann, Mary Kaye Bozza, Kathy Zien R.A., Denise Brew, Mary Pat Shea, Mary Sutthoff, Dee Novajosky, Carol O'Brien, Bobbie Browning, Barb Lewis, joan Mill- er. row 4: Mary jo Detweiler, Bonnie Bloden, Peg Wiltberger, Mary Dempsey, Kathy Steward, Helen Pickar, Libby Bradt, Nan Schrappen, Nancy Cancelmo, Bonnie Brinly, Patty Quayle, Kathy Stewart. L , W, , , M .. .,,-. , . MARYCREST 2 NORTH: row 1: Patti McGuinnis, Marleen Krabacher, Patti Rosick, Cathy Kentrup, Chris Yaeger, Karen Heilker, Brenda Shimman, Mary McFadden, Marie Pelsoci, Sue Podolak. row 2: Mary Lou Neff, Gail Schweitzer, Pat Daly, Virian Gregowich, Sue Tozzoli, Pat Griffith, Kathy Fisk, Pat Liccardi, Debbie Rolecki, Karen Fairfield, janie Ryan, Michelle LaHood. row 3: Peggy Fende, jan Wo- lanin, Sandra Homan, Diane Franzen, Sue Balaam, Tami Price, Marie Rocci, Sharri Kramer, Linda At- kinson. row 4: Ruth Igel, Wilma Schroeder, Mary Reilly, Cheryl Oros, Claudia Elwell, Kathy Duke, Terri Elking, Mary lane Downie, Francie Grannan, Lynn Heinz. 274 PeoplefT heir Places FOUNDERS 1 SOUTH: row 1: Ken Bossort, Leo Dillon, Bill Axley, john Carbon, Fred Borgert, Kevin Carvero, Mike Catanzaro. row 2: Steve Clarke, Pat Boyle, jerry Walters, john Morsch, Vic Torraigo, Terry Sullivan, Don Schneider, Ray Watkins, Bob Wilcynski. row 3: Pat Smith, Val Altomare, Ed Hurley, Greg Renner, john Pavelia. f l l ,gg STUART 4 EAST: row 1: Steven Bowles, Bill Whitman, Mike Ferrara, Doug Reitz, Thomas Weglewski R.A., Brien Hampton, jim McKenna, Bill Creehan. row 2: jim O'Hara, jerry Lombardo, Nick Cianciola, Walt Baron, Mike Hynes, Lou Lamorte, jim Byrne, Garry O'DonnelI. row 3: Bill Minintti, Richard L. Healy, Richard Barto- lone. row 4: Bob Cattanea, Brian Connor, Judson Ellmers, james Coleman, Ed Dice. row 5: Al Meyers, Ken Hodkey, john Arroyo, john Rapini, jim Williams, Mike Collins, Brady Barnhart, Bob DiFaIco, Tom Kellner, Bill Blake, john Scallon. PeoplefT heir Places 275 -V, -, asdllifj' ..1fL,." IIE, "'N"f5W" ffilww tl it A iff -.ii 1 1 , llill 51 K-4... ff MARYCREST 6 MIDDLE: row 1: Barb Morrison, Sue Kelley, Karen Koness, Lynne Chambal, lean Hildebrand, Mary Kay Knoll, Aurora Caruso, Barb Smith. row 2: Diane Martocci, Sally Garrabrant, Mary johnesee, Diane Tucholski, jesse Middendorf, Debbie Toole, Carol Shealey, jill jakab, Cathy Murphy, Katie Hickey, Ann Goeke. row 3: Sharon Sierra, Lenora Bennett, Laura Fogelsong, Martle Horne, Kathy Keyser, Pat Fullenkamp, Kathy Lauber, Joyce Konst, Barb Brand, Mary Kemper, Patty Glennon. row 4: Susan Rocha, Sherry Clifford, Lisa Linville, Mary Ann Hanley R.A., Kathie Pabst, Sally Downing, Colleen Ray, Debby Flanagan, jean Cirassini, Lynn Hammersmith, Sharon Donovan. CAMPUS SOUTH 7A: row 1: lane Castrop, Lorraine Bogan, Nancy Vargo. row 2: Ginny Knight, Karen Cannon, Susan Latkey. 276 PeopIefT heir Places CAMPUS SOUTH 10B: row 1: Carol Resch, Pat Murray, Mary Pipik. row 2: Paula Engelhart, Gotmar Wallace. Absent: Shelia O'Hare. UNIVERSITY HALL 3 NORTH: row 1: Bob Schuerings R.A., Chad Hanna, Brian Grimm, Cary Buzzelli, Brian Cullen, Greg Wisniewski, Wm. W. Adams, Philip Castiglione, I. David Calvert, Ken Dorian, Benny Rubini. row 2: Mark Pawlew- icz, Vincent Chan, Khalid Parvaiz, Ken Gabelman, Gary Von Braun, Scott Serazin, Ric Vrana, Paul Panico, john Mc- Carthy. row 3: Ted Eckhardt, john McMenamin, Ed Volke, Tom Greiner, Serge Chounet, jim Wisneski, joseph March, Tom Brown, Tim Wagner, jim Flannick. QN tb umwf CAMPUS SOUTH 8D: row 1: Susie, Blair, Barbara. row 2: Kathy, 117 LAWNVIEW: row 1: joe Cerny, Dick Barbie. Missing: Mary. Pine, Denny Radkowsky, Mike Tierney, Ron Ruzicka. PeoplefT heir Places 277 CAMPUS SOUTH 8E: Barb Tikey, lean Fay, fi Maryhelen Glancey, Laura Dayanzo, Pat . Rogers. ' STUART 7 EAST: row 1: jim Thompson, Mike Bryce, Mike, Bill Skelly, Pete Iarussi, john Orban. row 2: Stephen Stoner, jerry Koerner, Kevin Covich,1im Wilke, Angie Masciantonio, Dan Disinger. row 3: Phil Anthony, Mike Miller, Stephen Tomassi, Mike McCarthy, Mike Dugas, Bruce Berkowitz, Lou Arata. row 4: joe Waymeyer, Ted Rogers, Bill Novik, Mark Holysz, joe Fink. row 5: lim Millette-R.A., Bill Mitchell, Greg Smith, Bill Bianco, Rich Ballantine. row 6: Tom Schmit, Gary W. Sawyer, Tom Lee, Tony Materek, Mike Brick. 278 PeopIefT heir Places CAMPUS SOUTH 8A: row 1: Sherri Stepowany, Sue Travnikar, Kay Stoepler. row 2: Olga Ida, Rachel jill, Chris Stickley. STUART 6 SOUTH: row 1: Fernando Marquez, Phil Opinante, Vin Palmiotti, Dave Duval, Bill Harding, Tim Ashworth, Earl jost. row 2: Gary Binazeski, Pete Certo, Mike Fecher, Myke Rix, Tom Switalski, Tom Stazyk. row 3: john Brill, Art Niedosik, joe Pellicane, Art Massa, Ed Dillon, Tom Head-R.A., Mark Kimball. row 4: Steve Sarsfield, Andy Callahan, Mark Giuffrida, Bob Goldsfran, George Hutchinson, Richard Frasca, Tom Cristino, james Haile. row 5: john Maguire, Brian Murphy, john M. Ring, john Wyan, jim Meaney, Don Steiner, Mike Durbin. PeopIefTheir Places 279 MARYCREST 5 MIDDLE: row 1: Kathy Tamer. row 2: Pat Baker, Lynn Sundall, Susie Bligh, Maurie Hurley, Mary Rolfes, Nancy Freeburg, Mary Pat Dybsky, Helen Corless, Barb Dvorsky. row 3: Charlotte Jutte, Janice Hughes, Kar- en Gleisinger, Pat Suszek R.A., Judy Jablonski, Kathy Lenc, Susie Lamb, Kathy McGee, Chris Burgh, Bridget Feighan, Rosemary Higgins, Jane Grote, Barbara Monnig. row 4: Barbara Koslow, Chris McBride, Beth Thompson, Cathy McCarthy, Peg Mospens, Pat Donohoe, Candy Schoenig, Beth Healy, Debbie Chrzanowski, Sandy Gelber, Marsha Tipul, Patrice Yancey. row 5: Marian Janda, Liz Firth, Chris Garvey, Marie Keihl, Karen Kemp, Janie Phillips, Kay Garner, Cindy Wessel, Fran Boylan. FOUNDERS 3 NORTH: row 1: John Chwalek, Jim Conroy, Larry Stevens, John Ocedek, Hugh Sale, Bernie Lohmull- er. row 2: Joe Mikolajewski, Doughe Goddard, Bob Russell, Ted Sizemore, Mark Sizemore, Dan Dostie, Charlie Gi- blin, Joe Pizzino, Drew Brown R.A. EA Y YYJN H01-QEY 280 PeopIefT heir Places Mlfa tl llll Lflvlllll l MARYCREST 2 SOUTH: row 1: Patty Kelly, Linda Halas, row 2: Joey McDonald, Jeanne Tayloe, Cathy Haag, Patti Palcic, Judy Tasker, Patty Krepling, Laura Whitting, Joan Hillebrand, Christine Frank, Therese Haines. row 3: Peggy Kapcar, Marcia Pevarski, Martha Bieker, Judy Brabender, Sharon Ruder, Jeanne Klein, Sarah Pagnozzi, Sharon Reed-R.A., Kar- en Hogan, Beth Wahl, Mary Helen Vater, Tricia O'Leary. row 4: Janet Gariano, Ann Antlfinger, Daddy, Anne Berry, Delores Pluto, Margaret Hoile, Pat Ritter, Maribeth Twark, Sue Bednar, Carol Miller, Chris Marx, Andrea Sowul, Lynne Root. row 5: Kathy Marbaugh, Eileen Garvin, Phyllis Knight, Debbie Haas, Carol Michels, Barb McKenna, Ginny Strani- ero, Ginny Yanick, Kathy Reddy, Carol H. Pohl, Mary Ann Matey, Emmy McCloskey, Nancy Ruggeri, Mary Talaska, Kathi Hanlon, Barb Roetzer. STUART 3 NORTH: row 1: Steven Marberger, Tony Lewis, Jack Nunney, Dana Mathewson, llhan Pere. row 2: Bill Wagner, Paul Carobini, Joseph Silva, Tom McCauley, Billy Fuchs, John Trasferini, Tim Price. row 3: John Geis, Tom Best, Dennis Breitfuss, Mike Higgins, Don Caste, Tim Fete. row 4: Matt Carey, Hugh White, Rick Bennett, Chuck Osawski, Bob Pyne, Bob Mikolajewski, Dick Ferguson-R.A. row 5: Jim Cahill, Bill Burgunder, Jeff Bracker, Bob Loretto, Jeff Vaughn, Ronald Guthrie. row 6: Steven Lackey, Allan McFarland, Ken Wernert, Jim Rogacki, Leigh Stevens. leil PeopIefT heir Places 281 CAMPUS SOUTH 5C: row 1: Karen joyce, Kathy Mc- CAMPUS SOUTH 9B: row 1: Debbie Nalbone, Bonnie Garry, Barb Diehl. row 2: Mary Bernardon, Marie Conrad, Grawemeyer, Irene Clinton. row 2: Lynn Moore, Dee Chris Link. Vaira, 4 ' l A Y- 1 ,aa ' 'gli , ,., -g::..4,,, -F U.H. 6 SOUTH: row 1: Frank Ostermann, Patrick Ciambruschini, Bill Danford, Rich Miller, Tom Horst, Bob Desch, Fred Ribelli, Paul Kloeblen, Mike George, Anthony Mastrianni. row 2: lim Schwarte R.A., Pete Bernasco, Tom Witkowski, Sam Marsico, Frank Papp, William Amos, john Osenkowsky, Stan Krutsick, Mike Lynd, Ward Onsa, Mike Goodleaf. row 3: joe Cone, Phil Courtemanche, David Parnell, joe Deluca. 282 PeopIefT heir Places 112 CHAMBERS STREET: james Dvorak, Richard Kempert, CAMPUS SOUTH 9A: row 1: Mary Donahue, Lyn Dod- Brian Kenney, Bruce Buchman, Bruce Bennett, Wayne son, Kathy Brennan, Angela Sperendi. Bowser lbottoml. i Iu- A 1 .M Sf , .,,4.:.i 1.1. MARYCREST 3 MIDDLE: row 1: joan Conklin, Linda Irwin, Darice Zabak, Lynne Kerbis, Marietta DeNicolo, Puala Kar- woski, Patti Buser-R.A., julie Catagnus, row 2: Marylou Daily, Sue Pawley, Kathy Bruno, Denise Paone, Rosie Weide- mer, Chris Wetzel, Peer Sacket, Mari LaLond, Kathy Egan, Diane Carlson, Fran Wilhelm, Gail lira. row 3: Lynn Kroll, Mary Ellen Kearney, Barb Bunch, lo-Ann Zedonek, Peggy O'Halloran, Sherry Bellocci, Karen Higgens, Peg Glennon, Marie DeLu, Gina Roman, Eileen Donahue. row 4: Marty Andres, lenice Sesti, Pam Costanza, Kathy Mitchell, Joanne Merriman. PeopIefTheir Places 283 STUART 5 SOUTH: row 1: Rick Grilliot, john Martoglio, Vince Continenza, Gary Wenck, Ray Lee, Tom Besinger, jim Malone. row 2: lim Casella, Mark Smith, Bob Zitnay, lim Foresman, john Malone, Dino DiCenso, Ray Hart- sock, Mike Enright R.A. row 3: lim Whelan, Steve Toedt, jim Splain, Dave Haigh, Dave Kleinhenz, Herman Madama, Mike Spiotto, Bob Wheatley. row 4: Philip Mazzucco, Chuck Sonnhalter, Mark Maran, Tony Delprete, Nick Iammarino, Steve Donohue, Bill Hiebler, Bill Lally, Tom Marten, Pete Rojek. FOUNDERS 2 SOUTH: row 1: Terry Brennan, Gary Radzik, john Fitzpatrick, Fred Tucker R.A., john Zgela. row 2: Glenn Radzik, john Skolnicki, Terrence Frank Russ, Lou Albers, Carl Turner, Stephen Prendergast, Tom Downing. row 3: Ed Norton, Dave Trinite, Bob lanke, Andy Ridley, Harry Harkness, Dale Braun, Al Clark, Steve laye. row 4: Greg Haas, Nicki Marcucci, lon Gorney, Larry Baum, Steve Strack, Thomas Mul- roy, George Sferra, Doug Young, Dennis Grosky. 284 PeoplefT heir Places STUART 3 EAST: row 1: Frank Pertz, Dennis Hussey, Donald Christ, Peter Aliapoulius, Harry Cooper, Ken Apolequist. row 2: Bill Erb, Soud Al- Mishwit, Tom Kesney, jeff Kennedy, Van Ambrose, Chip Chiappone, Bob Okolski. row 3: Tom Cruse-R.A., Peter Gauvin, Mark Thrun, Marty Fern- holz, joe Gill. row 4: Brian Murphy, Rick Hall, joe Magrath, Roger Kleis- ley, Chuck LoPresti, Kenny Van Sciver. row 5: Reed Toth, Phil O'Neill, Bob Catalano, lohn Farrell, Kim Smith, Vincent Anginoli, Tom Guinan, Bob Genovese, Michael Baumann, john Samaras. E7 ' V57 , 455 5 rj ,Z 5' Q I J 'il l at i ,fy l ' , .un STUART 5 EAST: row 1: Paul McFadden, Larry Giordano, lim Hurley, Gene Bonner, Ed McKeever, Denny Roy, Kevin Reilly. row 2: jim Benken R.A., Tom Fiore, Herman Moore, Ralph Rushe, Denny Ziobro, Gary O'Donnell, Richie Yelton, Eric Woods, jim Williams. row 3: David Uckotter, Ed McManus, Terry Gilbert, William Sugc, Samuel Wenning. row 4: Michael P. Williams, Mike Sexton, Mike Wren, Steve Wanstrath, jeff Morrow, joe Minnaugh. row 5: Rick Lawten, jim Ryan, Tom Torma, John Clifford, Steve Yaeger, Ray Bergan, Steve Unverferth. Missing: Dale Oleff. PeoplefT heir Places 285 lilf ll ' f" I I A :if ,f up-v-"' 500 SOUTH U.H.: row 1: Devi Lingam, Chris Spitz, David Kausch, Greg Meyer, Rick Salmon, Phil Purpura, Nick Contin- isio, john McDonald, Mike Fabish, Mike Toth. row 2: Rich Delaney, Kevin Smith, Kevin Mooney, Tim Tehan, Greg Gottung-R.A., Mike Pangborn, jim Scherling, Paul Wong, leff Hernold, lim Wyse, Bob Sinagra, Dennis Colditz. row 3: Pete Singagliese, Dave Riguzzi, Gary Grabill, Tom Costa, Kevin T. Butler, Bill Marouerite, Doug Kastilahn, Rick Samara, Frank Malter, Bill Smith, Derek Rucker, jim Englert, Greg Broadnay. CAMPUS SOUTH 6F: Sandy Popivchak, Joanne Fraser, Donna Wilson, julie Roehm. Missing: Pat Wichael, Barb Quick. 286 PeopIefT heir Places CAMPUS SOUTH 2C: row 1: Sandy Mauch, Pat Keil. row 2: Barb Bohmer, Maribeth Alonzi. row 3: joanne jen- nings, Diane Hawn, Tina Heinen. ill I' fl'-ll, MARYCREST 4 SOUTH: row 'l: lean Holzman, Anne Phillips, jan Keaney, Carol Eichenlaub. row 2: Sue Kotowski, Re- nee Constantini, Colleen Friend, row 3: Joanne Scheuble, R.A., Linda Dodson, Nancy Frick, Sue C-leisner, Cathy Lin- coln, row 4: Debbie Johnson, Alice LaRocca, Shelly Foerstner, Kathy Flynn, Annie Robare, Kathy O'Herron. row 5: Delphine Gorzkiewicz, Nicki Flanagan, Ann Wannemacher, Denise Franz, Linda Mitro, Mary Lou Pecjak, Michelle Gamaldi. row 6: Kathy Hoffman, Sue Hargrave, Dory Mulroy, Sharon Weber, lane Sopko. row 7: Nancy Sell, Sue Mc- Guire, Mildred DiFrank, Martha Lescher, Meg Tansill, Mary Pat Narus, row 8: Trish McDermott, Diane Archer, Joanne Broderick, Terry Ricketts. 409 LOWES: row 1: Mark Parr, Richie Black, Thom Parkes. row 2: Mark Nehrbas, Mike Burke, Tony Sperendi. bag X CAMPUS SOUTH 4B, row 1: Ann LoBuono, Laura Halvorson. row 2: Ka- thie Lezon, Linda Busasky, row 3: Ce- line Skurka, Sharon Butler. PeopIefT heir Place 287 FOUNDERS 1 NORTH: row 1: Chuck Rizzo, lim Larkin, Tom Fick, Bob Russell, jim McNicholas, Chuck Bradburn Brady Fister. row 2: Marty Garean, Bill Schrader, Kevin Shell, Chris Yen, Gary Davidson, Dwight Mosley, Mike Hen wood, Bob Shepas, Albert Brown III. t eeee CAMPUS SOUTH 7E: row 1: janet jen- nings, Frannie Maloney. row 2: Susan Bronson, Terry Dunn, Kathy Camp. CAMPUS SOUTH 5D: row 1: Ann Good- fellow, "j". row 2: Eileen Digioranna, Meg Higgins. row 3: Marirae Smith, Cindy Kausch, jane Strohman. 288 PeoplefT heir Places MARYCREST 5 NORTH: row 1: Patty Lehnis, jane Brown, Marty Nickol, Chris Eakle, Diane Prendergast, jo Ann Nardiz- zi, Carolyn Zebrowski, Kathy Emrisek, Ann DeStefano, jan Eveslage, joan Beckman, Sharon Glassmeyer, Sally Bohnett Lynn Vassallo. row 2: Kathy Burk, Lenore Curry, jan Tillitski, Gail Bohnhorst, Kathy Lumpp, Susie Nitto, Eileen Russo Colleen Driscoll, Joann Dzopko, Kathi Harmon, Chris Fessler, Nancy Schenck, joan Hassler, Michelle McCabe. row 3 Barb Kalo, Kathy Riney, Anne Stansbury, joann Kuglin, Michele Kissinger, Kathy Butner, Eileen McPartland. row 4 Marion Ferrick, Kris Dunham, Colleen Doddy R.A., Michele Ashe, Gertrude Snodgrass, Eileen Martucci, Kathy Me- chir, Debbie Stefanek. CAMPUS SOUTH 3E: Ernie Franklin, Ida Franklin, Stinky Franklin, Shirley Franklin, Wiley Franklin, Patsy Franklin, Fingertips Phranklin, Sydney Franklin, Harry Frank- lin, The Queen, Billy Batson, Berney Franklin, Randolph Franklin, Maude Franklin. ,.,,,,.., , 446 LOWES: row 1: Annette Frantz, Maria Sommers. row 2: Marjorie Roe, Roberta Achstetter. PeopIefT heir Places 289 454 LOWESQ james McCarthy, Harry Rodenhi, Tom Vuolo 290 PeopIefT heir Places nzwrnu i 72 3 LAWNVIEW, row 1: Bill Mills, Tim Hinkle, Mike Blanda. row 2: Frank Downie, Tim Hogan joe Klinec. 215 K STREETQ Carol Downing, Mary lo Hannel, Mary Beth Callendar, Rosemary Kramer, judy Kaiser, Mary Beth Alonzi. 655 SUPERIOR AVE. P. P. Krajcovic, Harpo Duck. 'Q PeopIefT heir Places 291 FOUNDERS 4 NORTH: row 1: Bill Miller, jack Causa. row 2: Bob Behrens, Mike Sperduti, Ralph Bierdeman, Bob Zaj- del, joe Banks, Gerry Stadler. row 3: john O'Rourke, Ray Garbach, Greg Ondercin, Gerry Betsch, Ron Golobish R.A., Jerome Polakowski, Val, Dave Schmiedebusch, Mertz. FOUNDERS 5TH FLOOR: row 1: Mark S. McCormick, Steve DeMers, Bill O'Donnell, Botkins. row 2: Lawrence Okehle, john Wolfer, Tom Brady, Michael McCoy. 292 PeopIefT heir Places L. MARYCREST 1 SOUTH: row 1: Glory Ferrara, Phyllis Rogge R.A., row 2: Kathe Engro, Ginny Dickinson, Marianne Geary, Donna DeBelle, Peggy Collins, julie Van Doornevelt, Sherry Hessmann, Chris Knox, Karen Colliton, Diane Bauman, Layn Richter, Barbara White. row 3: Mary Kay Malloy, Vicki Bruns, Kathy Delp, Margie Oldeg, lulie Hayes, loan Sahradnik, Mary Kay Flynn, Eileen Condon, Karen Lucchino, Lucyanne Scorza, Gigi Conroy, Barb Armstrong, Elena Fazio. row 4: Patty Broderick, Karen Garmoe, Cindy Klee, Eileen Riordan, Mary Bartula, Barb Cigoy, Ann An- dreoli, Ann lannozzi, Nancy Larkin, Kathy Foley, jenny Brown, Kathy Kopczynski, jane Guardino, Sue Dunnigan, Roz Tyler, Suzanne Jacobs, Colleen Gates. row 5: Ann Gartlan, jerry Harkins, Diane Lynch, Mary Van Pelt, Debora Church- es, lane Lutz, Barbara Laing, Michele Flory, Annette Ahasic, jane Berg, Kathy Keller, Ellen McGregor, Peggy Lamber- ton, Maude McCarthy. E as sig E in - E237 ills 223 LOWES STREET: row 1: Helene Kingsland, Barb Hamel, Nancy Kolodrovic. row 2: Barb Skidmore, Kathy jennison, Gina Leavy. PeopIefT heir Places 293 27 EVANSTON AVE.: "Mom" Baiaez, god Wei- mer, Speedy Thomas, Briar Poliquin, Bubba D'- Ostilio, Pinto Grimberg. , 3-1221 f 1915 TRINITY: row 1: Kay Koffel, Clare Sullivan, Ginny Doyle. row 2: Marie Stanton, Chris Mitchell, Anne Roaloff, Debbie O'brien. CAMPUS SOUTH 3D: row 1: jo Gallico, Kathy Var- vel, Diane DiPasquale. row 2: Marianne Connelie, Cindy Roeckney, Mary Fanz. 303 LOWES: row 1: Diane Eib, Doug Bandle, Pete CAMPUS SOUTH 5E: row 1: Ginny Moran, Hallanchak, Pete Macconi, Colleen Crotty. row 2: Annie Kelly. row 2: Margie Osika, joyce A. Pete Lazaredes, Mary Kelley, janet Scara,loe Trant. Koesel, Iris Weissman. 294 PeoplefT heir Places 812 WILMINGTON: Mike Birch, Greg Schettler, john Andrejcio. 420 STONEMILL: row 1: Pete La- zaredes, Pete Macconi, loe Syroc- zynski. row 2: Ioe Tront, Pete Holen- chak, George Bandle. I jig 1 STUART 4 SOUTH: row 1: Steve Meyer, Tony Rogers, Charles Unanue, john Ettensohn, Michael Chim- ney, Ray Hickman. row 2: Nick Calo, Pete Stec, Steve Maginnis, Ed Patterson, George Schnell. row 3: Danny Weidner, Bill Dempsey, Bernie Bonosky. row 4: Al Gerdeman, jim Manolio, Steve Bornhorse, lohn Owens, Greg lasen. row 5: john Greco, john Bilz, Dick Towles, joe Sperduti, john Beran. row 6: Mike O'Donnell, Mike Schira, Pete Carlson. PeopIefT heir Places 295 Now the world will let me assume my hard-earned place in its ranks. I have my degree and I can say, with dishon- esty, that it was worth all the frustration and pain my soul experienced to get it. Now I can control the population ll will distribute extensive birth control infor- mation to inner-city mothers as others have done before me. C-enocide?I, I will design and build a city under the sea lsince the missile has already been invented which can destroy it by others who have gone before mel, I can edu- cate a child ll will impress my good and right ideas upon him as others have done before mel, I can unify a country II will vote against Nixon in '72 as oth- ers have done before mel. I'm sup- posed to offer new solutions to old problems, but I think I'd better start by curing the problems that old solutions have made. My degree has prepared me, in one way, to cope with an intern- ship to the world given me at this moment - thank god lls he dead?I l've had a myriad of other experiences which have caused me to be involved as a person in a real world of people. No longer will I be tossed around among institutions, unless I choose to be. My frustration is ended now by a paper that says l've made it. Made what? 296 PeopIe!Seniors tyhif' '.. Maria A. Abad lames M. Abele Cheryl M. Abraham Philippines Psychology Elementary Education Medical Technology Toledo, Ohio Syracuse, N.Y. . -. ,.A, uf. A Michael L. Ackley Computer Science Columbus, Ohio . 12 : .- Al af, Thomas C. Ada Elec. Engin. Tech. Agana, Guam Bishop Adamowicz Marketing Indianapolis, Ind. Dennis Adams William L. Adams, lr. Marie C. Agen Sandra L. Allen Mary E. Alonzi Timothy N. Amrine Biology Business Management Secondary Education Computer Science Secondary Education Marketing CFOSSS Pointe, Mich. Canton, Ohio Vermilion, Ohio Forestville, Md. Wllmeftef Ill- Marietta, Ohio xv wi, PeoplefSeniors 297 john j. Angello Psychology Matawan, N.j. Annette Anglim Speech Education Worthington, Ohio Nancy B. Arace Michael B. Archer Thomas F. Angstadt Accounting Reading, Pa. Philip P. Ardire Margaret M. Ankenbruck Political Science Fort Wayne, Indiana is Kevin j. Arthur Sociology Elec. Engineering Marketing Marketing Nutley, N.j. Queens, N.Y. Pennsauken, N.j. Madison, N.j. KJ , - 1 - .K K .. 6 ,-,f h V 'L 1 jeffrey j. Audia Paula S. Aufderheide William R. Axley Mary jane Ayres Secondary Education Home Economics Ed. Business Management Home Economics Cincinnati, Ohio Centerville, Ohio Skokie, lll. Toledo, Ohio 298 PeoplefSeniors john A. Andrejcio Charles W. Andrews Biology Accounting Linden, N.j. Bellbrook, Ohio William R. Anton Ralph E, Anzur Geology Business Management Independence, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Linda A. Atkinson English Pittsburgh, Pa. joseph M. Ascenzi Biology Mechanicville, N.Y. Mark C- AZHY Debby Bachus Fr6mediCHl Art Education Belleville, lll. Dayton, Ohio F. 1.,.s Kathryn M. Baer ViCt0r B. Bako lr. Ann A. Bala Robert J. Ballweber Delbert F. Balster Christine M. Baran psychology Physical Education Secondary Education Psychology MeCl'1. Engineering Political Science Skokie, Illinois Johnstown, PH- Bay City, Mich. Palos Heights, Ill. SI. Henry, Ohio Port Chester, N.Y. fr x A, is I 5 E William C. Barga Accounting North Star, Ohio Frederick I, Bayer Accounting Perrysburg, Ohio ,..-?Ta+1f-f-- f - Bruce R. Bennett Business Management Southfield, Mich. f an Gary Bariletto Marketing Bloomifield, NJ. Alexander Beal lr. Business Management Atlanta, Georgia George Benskin III Psychology Rodman, Canal Zone loanne M. Barrett History Massapequa Park, N.Y. Cynthia A. Beams Fine Arts Plainfield, NJ. X I Frank j. Bates jf, Gretchen Baumgarten Claude Bayard Computer Science Political Science Mech. Engineering Univergity Hts., Ohio Gll3S0fllEi, PB. l3CkSOl'l Hts., N.Y. fr. I Y I .1 'lil Q i A U ' ,Will . g as .1 S l -M i . .. . Louis 1. Beck lr. Mary Ann Becka Robert 1. Bednarek Ind. Engin. Tech. Biology Psychology Pittsburg, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio PeopIefSeniors 299 300 PeopIefSeniors Lynda E. Berbach Secretarial Studies Dayton, Ohio james M. Berger Richard B. Bernat Business Management Mech. Engin. Tech Bethlehem, Pa. Kettering, Ohio William I. Bertin Kenneth M. Betz ludy Bevacqua William P. Beyer Economics Law Enforcement Chemistry Political Science Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Des Plaines, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. l l . if I gat: . Y V ., Thomas Bianciotto Barbara A. Bien Linda L. Biga Michael 1. Birch Psychology Psychology Secondary Education Geology Chicago, lll. New Providence, NJ. Dayton, Ohio St. Marys, Ohio john F. Bittner Thomasj. Blackburn Elec. Engineering Business Management Glenshaw, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. .??,,.W ,S-1 ,V,, , BX.- xx Rita A. Blatz Elementary Ed Dayton, Ohio Allen 1. Blazinski Accounting Cleveland, Ohio ludy C. Bleicher Secretarial Studies Dayton, Ohio William I. Boczany Ind. Engin. Tech. Trenton, NJ. 4" Carol A. Boesel Secondary Education Rochester, N.Y. 'K OR joseph R. Blum Secondary Education New Washington, Ohio '1 K. 3 n - . . 4 ll! N' Q ll" ' .y l k , . Paul H. Boehnlein Computer Science Cleveland, Ohio Linda Boehme Medical Technology Milwaukee, Wisconsin Roger G. Boffardi Frank Bontempo lr. Marketing Marketing Elmont, L.I., N.Y. North Olmsted, Ohio james L. Boerger Secondary Education Minster, Ohio l T Louis Bonvissuto lr. Predental Hollywood, Florida Donald L. B0rSiCk Ruth A. Bosek Rita L. Bosler Richard A. Bowers Medical Technology Political Science Elementary Education Psychology Sandusky, Ohio Rochester, N.Y. Fort Wayne, Ind. Lima, Ohio PeopIefSeniors 301 Virginia Brabender Psychology Erie, Pa. David 1. Bradley Elec. Engineering Kettering, Ohio Edward T. Brice Mary K. Brockman Political Science Elementary Education Cleveland, Ohio Loves Park, Illinois 302 PeopIefSeniors 'Qc R.. George L. Bradley Marketing Medina, Ohio W i " in Drew M. Brown Economics Lewiston, N.Y. Carolyn K. Broz Psychology Cleveland, Ohio E Edward M. Brady Ind. Engin. Tech. Clifton, N.l. 41, ,.., D Marguerite R. Brown Political Science Cincinnati, Ohio Patricia A. Brun Psychology Dayton, Ohio self... Richard R. Brady Business Administration Sandusky, Ohio Ronald D. Brown Computer Science Buffalo, New York Raymond G. Brun Accounting Kettering, Ohio ry ii Mary Ann Brennan Elementary Education Sycamore, Illinois Thomas M. Brown Marketing Cherry Hill, NJ. Dolores A. Bruns Elementary Education Maria Stein, Ohio Mark A. Brzozowski Patricia M. Buchek Patricia A. Buchle lHmGS T- Bl-lESkBf Communication Arts Elementary Education American Studies Chemical Engineering New York, New York Cleveland, Ohio Mechanicsburg, Pa. PiIfSbUI'gl1, P3- Paul N. Buford Art Education Xenia, Ohio AL. 3 G' Lauretta M. Burke Business Management Skokie, Illinois Sharon L. Bullard Home Economics Dayton, Ohio Patricia A. Burke Secondary Education Cleveland, Ohio Thomas E. Bunch Computer Science Chillicothe, Ohio William A. Burnell Business Management Elmira, New York lohn M. Burke Ind. Engineering Cleveland, Ohio J' 45 5-1 2 it David 1. Burns Elec. Engineering Bradford, Pa. 11 . -Y ?...v: h Dana S. Burrows Ronald Burzymowski Teresa A. Busemeyer Kathleen M. Busher James Butler Kathleen C. Butler English Elec. Engineering English History Communication Arts Biology Center Sandwich, N.H. Trenton, New jersey Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Monroeville, Pa. Dayton, Ohio he fs ' . . tit ' ic" ... -.. .X ' ' ' f , K. " ' ii X V - ...Q Lf '. . . Timothy R. Byrd Daniel S. Byrne Patrick j. Byrne Peggy A. Byrne Jeanne C. Cadwell Ellen Cain Elec. Engineering Ind. Engin. Tech. Biology Secondary Education Elementary Education Home Economics Ed. Spring Valley, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio Middletown, Ohio PeopIefSeniors 303 Catherine E. Cannon French Painesville, Ohio ,,:,.,:--.-..,.--.:-2- L..Ke.:7.,Y.. - . Elizabeth A. Caputi Huntington, N.Y. fha T 4.41 , 'E fl Z james 1. Caragol Psychology Old Greenwich, Conn. Anthony 1. Caputo Physical Education Vineland, N.Y. Chemistry Ann L. Callaghan Social Work Tiffin, Ohio lv 'c . ,f' Tad? fi tl V 1 ll 5 . '-vywcs . ...X Qi, H, J - - '..- . is ' --. " - . le, We 1 . ,g Ig ,gp QL - v" Cora I. Calloway Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio james T. Callahan Physics Springfield, Ohio Timothy L. Canning Marketing Allison Park, Pa. lohn P. Carbon lr. Business Management Addison, Illinois Patrick C. Carbon Business Management Addison, Illinois Paul J. Carey William P. Carl Betty Carlin Diane F. Carlson Rose Marie Carlucci joseph B. Carr jr. Computer Science Marketing Physical Education Secretarial Studies Physical Education Psychology Fort Loramie, Ohio jackson Hts., N.Y. Dayton, Ohio Tallmadge, Ohio Stamford, Conn. Plainview, N.Y. 304 PeopIefSeniors Paul E. Carr Communication Arts Pittsburgh, Pa. Joseph F. Cavolo Computer Science Garden City, N.Y. A 'is J Denis C. Carroll Secondary Education Pleasantville, N.Y. xc JB as Patricia T. Caylor History Silver Spring, Md. Mary Ann Chasler Home Economics Pittsburgh, Pa. ,l 31 Ex., Linda Chedd Elementary Education Louisville, Kentucky Timothy G. Chasser Political Science Euclid, Ohio 8-t 'kr Kate A. Cherrie Art Education Cleveland, Ohio james H. Carroll Marketing Birmingham, Michigan Kathleen M. Carroll Communication Arts Sylvania, Ohio jack A. Causa Accounting Easton, Pennsylvania 3 P .R 'Al i l ' .T ' ' 70 Q17' U ,il , ., Constance M. Caveny Home Economics Ed. Chicago, Illinois -ci' ' Marilyn A. Cerniglia Mary E. Chajkowski Thomas R. Chamberlain Roger A. Champlin French Elementary Education Business Management Chemical Engineering Milwaukee, Wisconsin Pittsburgh, Pa. Sandusky, Ohio Watertown, New York PeopIefSeniors 305 I fl' f'i. , Q l 4 l i U NM . R Wi gg H Kp 1' 'Q sg- , i ,2- Q. ,v 1.-. a n-Y ,lx V Mary jane Chicoine Secondary Education Chicago, illinois Eg.: 4 WS 'Fifi is john l. Chwalek Medical Technology Utica, New York Lawrence I. Ciccarelli Elec. Engineering Plainview, New York 5' ' : ,-'. E ' Kenneth D. Clark Owen T. Clarke lr. Marketing Demarest, New jersey Medical Technology Pittsburgh, Pa. , gyy , , . , .. o , , , . L W 'S-. .. I .M . XF . 'wwf 'S i , , I 3. loan E. Chifari Elementary Education Wantagh, L.l., N.Y. Frank J. Chorba Civil Engineering Cleveland, Ohio Francine M. Cimino Premedical Garfield Hts., Ohio Q-all Barbara Ciufo Fine Arts Rochester, New York mfg iw Edmund Cleavenger Eleanor M. Clifford Marketing Political Science Dayton, Ohio Paramus, New jersey ggi. i Q.. -,,. J . l Robert A. Christopfel Psychology Cincinnati, Ohio ...Q Am x Cecelia M. Clark Secondary Education Warren, Ohio Susan E. Cline Music Education Cincinnati, Ohio Deborah A, Collins joseph B, Colling Kathleen Collins Michael E. Collins Alfredo Colomer Social Work Economics English Business Management Business Management Thief River, Minn, Richmond, Virginia Chicago, illinois Elkridge, Maryland Ponce, Puerto Rico 306 PeopIefSeniors Carol A. Comer Secondary Education Salem, Ohio E'- Barbara A. Conlon Mathematics Suitland, Maryland nlrgi 1- Martin A. Corry Political Science Zanesville, Ohio ludy L. Comer French Kettering, Ohio Richard A. Conners History Mt. Lakes, N.l. A Dennis B. Concannon Chemistry Pittsburgh, Pa. bw Marie A. Conti Home Economics Ed. Easton, Pennsylvania . Michael E. Condrat Mech. Engin. Tech. Trenton, New jersey joel I. Contrucci Psychology Pittsburgh, Pa. Agn, Y .Lu Vincent Corvino Donna K. Coston Thomas I. Cotter Economics Secretarial Studies Business Management Pittsburgh, Pa. Bethesda, Maryland Dayton, Ohio Robert L. Covino Michael R. Crabill Larry V. Crawford june A. Cridland Elec. Engineering Accounting Sociology Elementary Education Maplewood, N.l. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Bay Shore, New York Mary C. Corby Psychology Wilmette, Illinois Libby Cousins Psychology Dayton, Ohio Q .Q john 1. Criner Accounting Jeanette, Pa. PeopIefSeniors 307 ,O lr T .1' Suzanne M. Croll Ronald E. Crompton Secondary Education Accounting Toledo, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Frances P. Cummings Communication Arts Ridgefield, NJ. Peggy A. Cuny Psychology Chicago, Illinois james M. Cyphers Geology Pittsburgh, Pa. . -- H- mm- 5--aw? -E3 Beth N. Dahlinghaus Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio Wendy D. Cyr English Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 1 loann 1. Daley English Cleveland, Ohio 308 PeopIefSeniors Barbara L. Crone Elementary Education Centerville, Ohio lohn Curran Mech. Engin. Tech. Pelham, New York Edward M. Dabkowski Elec. Engin. Tech. East Brunswick, N.1. Particia A. Cullen Fine Arts Pensacola, Florida 4- I K Q 'U v NH, . ,I lx V 9'l K james P. Currey Marketing Madison, New jersey 2. X , Philip 1. Dabney Biology Dayton, Ohio Mary B. Cullighan French Pittsburgh, Pa. Paul R. Cullinan Law Enforcement Syracuse, New York Michael A. Curtis Political Science Lakewood, Ohio Frank 1. Dachnowski Physical Education Bound Brook, NJ. Patricia I. Dalton Virginia I. Daly Regina M. D'Amato Psychology Art Education Business Management Toledo, Ohio Wyckoff, New jersey Franklin Square, N.Y. Barbara 1. Cynkar Fine Arts Pittsburgh, Pa. loye S. Dafler Accounting Brookville, Ohio me --f- Thomas A. Dana Chemical Technology Richmond Hill, N.Y. I, Tlig Efufn- -l al Ty.. olyT!LfyyJQ wg Piisuufs Qlnllq hen Sunil-all Oil 4 6100 ...GX 'P lohn F. Davi Elec. Engin. Tech. Cherry Hill, NJ. Barbara S. Davis Secondary Education Dayton, Ohio Owl fm Mark I. Davi Mech. Engin. Tech. Cherry Hill, NJ. Harry L. Davis James L Davnslr Mlchaell Davis SallyA Davis Michael R Dawson Accounting Accounting Marketing Music Education Law Enforcement Dayton, Ohio ElllcottClty Md Dayton Ohio Indianapolis Ind jackson Hts Nj i 2 -fhlv james M. DePreta lanet L. Deters Business Management Biology Stamford, Conn. Cincinnati, Ohio 310 PeopIefSeniors Virginia A. Deibler Social Work Elmira, New York wi can Barbara DeLuca Home Economics Ed. Dayton, Ohio Connie L. Delker Marketing South Bend, Indiana Rosemary DeLorenzo Elementary Education North Caldwell, NJ. Nicholas Del Vecchio Steven T. DeMers Ind. Engineering Computer Science Brightwaters, N.Y. Columbus, Ohio ' "Tl Carolyn M. Demkovich Kathleen Dempsey Ramona M. Denault Home Economics Chicago, Illinois Secretarial Studies Secretarial Studies Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio vg- 5 Carole L. Diamond Teresa K. Diaz john R. Dieterle Elementary Education Theological Studies Ind. Engineering Cleveland, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Owensboro, Kentucky .gl Leo M. Dillon Robert DiMarcantonio Charles E. DiMaria Business Management Ind. Engin. Tech. Elec. Engineering Pittsburgh, Pa. Oaklyn, New jersey Wayne, N.j. joseph T. Donovan Mary M. Donovan Michael Donovan Art Education Elementary Education Social Work Linden, New jersey Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Patricia A. Doubet William R. Dougherty Thomas E. Downing Physical Education Marketing Mathematics Erie, Pennsylvania Ocean City, N.j. Kirkwood, Missouri Mary Lou DiLeo Psychology Allentown, Pa. William j. Dillhoff Computer Science Cincinnati, Ohio Frederick F. Dlugos Biology Niagara Falls, N.Y. 5 G mfr-- --..-eq Daniel R. Dostie Chemical Technology Augusta, Maine Marcia Donoghue Elementary Education Chicago, Illinois Peter A. Dotto Biology Kettering, Ohio Beth M. Donovan Communication Arts Linden, New jersey 7 PeopIefSeniors 311 Patricia Dudzinski Home Economics Kettering, Ohio Ronald G. Dubyak Accounting Pittsburgh, Pa. 5 V 18 :,:: Z Susan Dunn Dennis H. Durian English Political Science Springfield, Ohio Canton, Ohio 312 PeopIefSeniors , .3 x ,lt 'l XC: ' . lean U. Drabik Economics Walton Hills, Ohio 2555424551: Q 'fl Karen Drojarski Elementary Education Rochester, New York SF' l r xg' N W Peter Dugovics Ind. Engin. Tech. Cleveland, Ohio Joseph M. Dugan Biology Pittsburgh, Pa. "l Susan Drehs Marketing Greenville, Ohio qv - ' , it . lil! r it 3 gf ll ia L i Stephen Drotlefflr. Secondary Education Euclid, Ohio .gf K4 xyy Diane L. Dunn Elementary Education Upper St. Claire, Pa. David L. Dresel Elec. Engineering Dayton, Ohio .- bf Q-'lf iw. H Linda A. Drouhard Secondary Education Loudonville, Ohio M Marilyn Dunn Marketing Toledo, Ohio 'Qs' james A, Dvorak Lynne C. Dvorak Bertrand Ebbitt Harold Eckenrode Biology Biology Fine Arts Mech. Eng. Tech. Livonia, Michigan Valley Stream, N.Y. Arlington, Va. Woodbury, NJ. William F. Edelen Civil Engineering Arlington, Virginia Gerald 1. Elking Elec. Engineering Chickasaw, Ohio Michael 1. Ernst Marketing Dayton, Ohio Maryann Fabyanski Sociology Washington Twp., N.l. David R. Egan Chemical Engineering Massillon, Ohio Gary Emr Communication Arts Dumont, New jersey Paul D. Evans Computer Science Dayton, Ohio ft..-x, -:if Anne Fahrendorf Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio Susan M. Ehlers Computer Science St. Louis, Missouri Y .lt ,iuilft ' I' AI R - . NI, E M".- leff Engel Physical Education Euclid, Ohio .I N Judith M. Eveslage Elementary Education Cincinnati, Ohio Donald Faichney Biology Monson, Mass. '91- 'C Gerard I. Ehret Chemistry New York, New York N, 1 jo Ann Eichhold Communications Arts Hamilton, Ohio Madelon Eifert Music Education Dayton, Ohio Valerie A. Engel Gerald Enright Cecilia M. Erdman English Business Management Mathematics Farmingdale, N.Y. Zanesville, Ohio Cl1HfleSI0r1, W. Va PeopIefSeniors 313 Michael Falat Computer Science Rochester, New York Azme Fakhouri Social Work Detroit, Michigan si- gi 'E Mary D. Fehrenbach Thomas R. Fellenstein Social Work Physical Education Middletown, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 314 PeopIe!Seniors nl ff.fm"'.l"'l'1ll' ' 'll' LN C' joseph E. Falb jr. lane E. Farrell Cheryl Fedor Mary Alice Feeks Business Management Secondary Education Elementary Education Elementary Education West Milton, Ohio Basking Ridge, NJ. Conneaut, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio V l William R. Ferrone Business Management East Meadow, New York Victoria M. Fien Secondary Education Rochester, New York Wayne Ferstle Thomas 1. Fey Charles E. Fiely Mech. Engineering Psychology Accounting Southfield, Mich. Fremont, Ohio Dayton, Ohio 3 t ' 3 P K . 'FM A V.-J-Y' --1 ll x A .. Charlene E. Finch lane E. Fisher Eleanor Fitz Secondary Education Home Economics Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio Glen Cove, N.Y. Barberton, Ohio .r-- -:ff Mary Ann Fitz Elementary Education Ashland, Ohio yr iv A loseph M. Flaherty Computer Science Monroeville, Pa. Paul F. Foley Marketing Teaneck, New jersey V r tggk David P. Fitzgerald Business Management Rockville Ctr., N.Y. 3 gi Susan Fleming Medical Technology St. Louis, Missouri Irv ig i Anthony Formichelli Business Management Brooklyn, New York Kenneth A. Fitzgerald Elec. Engineering LaGrange Park, Ill. Margaret I. Fletcher Computer Science Springfield, Ohio , ,R-..aa,,f' . Q, A .. - - in 311 l - , X 'KL john I. Foster Psychology Evergreen Park, Ill. lohn 1. Fitzpatrick Political Science Huntsville, Alabama Richard P. Flinn Secondary Education Mineola, L.l., N.Y. -L Mary Louise Flor Political Science Kettering, Ohio Kathleen I. Foley Secondary Education Silver Spring, Md. Richard S. Frabotta Rebecca S. Francis Mary Anne Frank Psychology Psychology English Elyria, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Butte, Montana PeopIefSeniors 315 .J- Andrew A. Franko Stephen C. Franko Annette M. Frantz Diane M. Franzen Physics Secondary Education Art Education Accounting Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Shaker Heights, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Christine M. Fricko David A. Frye Psychology Computer Science Springfield, Ohio Middletown, Ohio 316 PeoplefSeniors Charles 1. Fuhr Accounting Cincinnati, Ohi O Kathleen A. Fullenkamp Elementary Education Fort Recovery, Ohio Howard F. Fullert Glenolden Pa on Communication Arts , . Kvk 5 i J Kenneth R. Ga bel Mech. Engin. Tech. Pennsburg, P 21. Daniel A. Funk Premedical Cincinnati, Ohio L' 3 i. vu, i, , if I l 5 . ii ? I... loanne Fraser Elementary Education Grosse Pointe, Mich. . Steven 1. Fullenkamp Economics Kettering, Ohio Lawrence A. Funke Chemistry Erlanger, Kentucky in! Susan M. Freking Elementary Education Cincinnati, Ohio gr? S.-' Daniel T. Fuller Chemical Technology Lindenhurst, New York Rocco Fuschetto Spanish New Rochelle, N.Y. Carole A. Cabos Virginia M. Gabriel Michael L. Gaffney Social Work Elementary Education Marketing Pittsburgh, Pa. Seaford, New York Morristown, NJ. Daniel J. Gahl Communication Arts Cincinnati, Ohio :""liQQ5i f KQJJLZSQQQQ1 34 . -H3 lx: I x 5 . X N i , H vs ' u .H David E. Gambs Psychology Indianapolis, Ind. Diane F. Gatto Social Work Cincinnati, Ohio in-rf ' im , I if ' ,N .A ' X ri Mary C. Gerhart Biology Cleveland, Ohio ti YJ' 1 XV 1 f " ,.-f 1 ry Dennis R. Gallagher Secondary Education Bethel Park, Pa. Richard C. Garlock Elec. Engineering Dayton, Ohio Robert P. Gaughan Business Management Dayton, Ohio 'Qs Thomas E. German Elec. Engineering Ottawa, Ohio ,. t. Q-4 Peter R. Gallo Civil Engineering Bronxville, N.Y. lean Garner Elementary Education Hyattsville, Md. Francis I. Gavin Marketing Carteret, New jersey 5- Michael Gambino Marketing Farmingdale, N.Y. Susan C. Garrity Communication Arts Wilmington, Deleware Laura M. Gaydos Elementary Education Lakewood, Ohio ,nl- , .1 vu i .e ww A mg .1 B. M ,qv ill'-. K A1 R Y W Alfonso Gayoso lnd. Engineering Trujillo, Peru Michael I. Gehrlich Ind. Engineering Botkins, Ohio 05" 4'-5 i l g O i I Michael P. Gesker Mary Anne Geyer Ruth M. Gilles loseph L. Giroux Communication Arts English Elementary Education Communication Arts Catonsville, Md. Islip, New York Park Ridge, lll. Detroit, Michigan PeopIefSeniors 317 N I ' sf ,M 'g Edward C. Glassheim Marketing East Brunswick, N.j. Diane E. Gloekler Home Economics Pittsburgh, Pa. Linda C. Goldschmidt Margaret L. Secondary Education Dayton, Ohio 318 PeopIefSeniors Goldschmidt Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio ,-Q4',f -an l l 3 :.:. 'zq' E J "' P , rrV'., 'V::" , -11: , ,r., it A lm x -.1 Lal Margaret M. Grace Sociology Manhasset, New York 10 gn-,it Sandra M. Gittinger Elementary Education Cincinnati, Ohio Cecilia C. Goad Music Education Lovingston, Va. Kathleen A. Gmeiner Political Science Dayton, Ohio 5' 91:5 '1 iirnm S31 . rn- Q.. O...O If-L8 O S' 'Z' 2 O 02:22 af- WS-9 190 O 329 y s Q L41 l i Lawrence I. Graja lohn Grant Elec. Engin. Tech. Physical Education Trenton, NJ. Huntington, N.Y. Mary L. Glaser Psychology Bellaire, Ohio Janice C. Goff Elementary Education Arlington, Va. Daniel R. Gorman Economics Yonkers, New York Bonnie M, Grawemeyer Secondary Education Louisville, Ky. Glen A. Grimme Computer Science Ft. Thomas, Kentucky Susan M. Gump Elementary Education Mentor, Ohio l i William Hagedorn S.M. Secondary Education Cleveland, Ohio Sandra M. Hampel Home Economics Middletown, Ohio lvl ----Q -- - Scott F. Griswold Marketing Bay Village, Ohio Elizabeth Guschwan Mathematics Parma, Ohio Barbara A. Grove Social Work Decatur, Indiana Mary K. Guschwan lohn Gruber Civil Engineering Columbus, Ohio Thomas B. Hackett Art Education Business Administration Parma, Ohio Barbara A. Halden Communication Arts Metairie, Louisiana L Thomas 1. Hand Communication Arts Dayton, Ohio Resa A. Haller Elementary Education Dayton, Ohio Bellwood, Illinois . If -. i, 2 ,g ttf- . .ix H A William H. Hamburg Mech. Engineering Dayton, Ohio f , ,Y Thomas B, Guillaume Elec. Engineering Pittsburgh, Pa. ivy ,,.,..-ft Mary Beth Hafer Accounting Dayton, Ohio Michael R. Hamill Psychology Rochester, New York People!Senlors 319 Sharon L. Hanger Gr-...--D joseph S. Hap Sociology Chemical Engineering Columbus, Ohio Crown Point, Ind. lf. , .FL Y 3.41 james W. Hartings Chemical Engineering Celina, Ohio Mary M. Heinen German Lima, Ohio , 5? Q ia, 8, lil William 1. Henkels Marketing White Plains, N.Y. 320 PeopIefSeniors Richard A. Hartke Civil Engineering Dayton, Ohio Philip M. Heisey Marketing Birmingham, Mich. ,-:Nj Harry I. Harkness Mech. Engin. Tech. Thornton, Pa. Carole A. Hardy Elementary Education Midland, Michigan rv" Donald E. Harty Diane L. Hawn History Oradell, New lersey Bonneauville, Pa. Ruby M. Harp Music Education Germantown, Ohio jerry M. Hayes Secondary Education Business Management Hamler, Ohio William A. Heitbrink Ned B. Hemmelgarn Chemical Engineering Accounting Dayton, Ohio Burkettsville, Ohio Witt: W Wi t:,HiW:Hit, Peter G. Hendey Business Management Bloomfield, NJ, ,fu I 'V NN-.X it it .- B 1-4 -g 'H' ' Bzili 1 ,jr llyll. Mary Anne Henninger Maria T. Henry Edward C. Henz lr. Deborah I. Hessell Psychology Social Work Marketing Physical Education Cleveland Pittsburgh, Pa. Kettering, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Paul V. Hibberd Political Science Chicago, Illinois N 'C' Sharon A. Hobbs Anne L. Hiller Psychology McLean, Virginia Gregory C. Hocevar Communication Arts Elec. Engineering Hamilton, Ohio Curtis W. Hoenie Accounting Edgerton, Ohio Warrensville, Ohio ies 1 '53 5. B F lf. L james F. Hoffman jr. Chemistry Toledo, Ohio Linda M. Hilt Secondary Education Dayton, Ohio Deberah A. Hochwalt Biology Upper Montclair, NJ. Kathleen Q. Hoffman Elementary Education Princeton, New jersey ludi K. Hinders Secretarial Studies Dayton, Ohio lean A. Hirt Biology Sandusky, Ohio Marcia 1. Hockwalt Art Education Annapolis, Maryland Steven A. Hogan Business Management Allentown, Pa. Mark W. Hoelle Business Management Hamilton, Ohio 'CJ Donald C. Holborn Economics Yonkers, New York Kenneth T. Holdcraft Donald W. Holder john G. Holthaus Mark S. Holtman Sandra M. Homan Mech. Engin. Tech. English Secondary Education Chemistry Accounting Dayton, Ohio Meriden, Connecticut Ft. Loramie, Ohio Dayton, Ohio St. Henry, Ohio PeopIefSemors 321 Gerald M. Houser Mech. Engineering Circleville, Ohio iT'f'f'i . . lanice R. Hylen Secondary Education Cleveland, Ohio awww 5 Timothy P. 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Elizabeth Zagursky Elementary Education Hicksville, New York Q1 ' ' -., .Y-At U A y, .."lI- 'Lg Diane R. Zimm Mary jane Zinck Mary Lou Zschach Medical Technology Biology Elementary Education Erie, Pennsylvania Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio ,I .I P, ,I I Q 1, I , if .Jw 31544 .1!Pi' :'5f!:ll"4" .2-ff I I I I I -. v , s -Q 5 .w, 'S 'WY " Y. U . 'nw'- .I .fi I was ready to assume my responsibility as a person among persons a long time ago it seems to me, but not to society I guess. Now I am a person in the eyes of society - educated, capable and ready. Ready for what? The knowledge I have gained through this education will have limited influence on my life as I will live it from now on. But I realize that you have to succeed in the system before you can beat pit, or change it. "They" say they're trying to make it better, and it's not up to me to judge whether they ,are sincere or not, whether they are right or not, But haven't we students of 1971 said something? Maybe each of us has said a differentthing, but each of us has tried to say how we feel, what we don't like, what we want- something better than what society offers us now. I am leaving now, and I want to reas- sure lfrighten?J society that I will not cop out But I will not give in either. .The only thing that I am sure of is that I will not do as many of those before me have done. -., ,,-ar ,- .,.--v A , , , . wk.. .V , Rhh ,,! 1' ' -I f ' J 4 ' ,f-J-f---.,,Jff xg N 7 " F 4, ' ,I-.,LA,' jf N!! v! 1 'NZ k ,xg J in v-5141! X! ""'-R. gl, 'EFF V" S 1 33,33 Q3 5 TOP H7152 KESEAKQ J ABAD, MARIA ANICETA V. . .. ABBINANTE, MICHAEL C. ... . ABELE, JAMES M. . ...... 198, ABRAHAM, CHERYL M. .... . ABRAMO, DONALD J, ..... , . ABT, WILLIAM I. , .......... . ACHSTEITER, ROBERTA A. . . , ACKLEY, MICHAEL L. ....... . ADA, THOMAS C. ......... . ADACHI, PATRICK S. ,.... . . . . ,. ADAMOWICZ, BISHOP ..... ADAMS, DENNIS V. ......... . ADAMS, PATRICIA A. . .. .. . . . ADAMS, STEPHEN L. ......,.... . ADAMS, WILLIAM L. JR. .... . ADAMS, WILLIAM W. . ......... . AGEN, MARIE C. ..,....... . 297 . , . 268 217, 297 237, 297 254 223, 2.34 289 297 202, 297 225 236, 297 297 253 253 246, 297 277 245, 297 AHASIC,LEOI.IR. ..... .. 218 AI-IERN, JANICE M. . ........ 196, 263 AHASIC, ANNETTE M. ........... 293 AIKINS, SONDER L. ......... 190, 259 ALBARRAK, ABDULLATIF ..,.... ALBERS, LOUIS C. ............. . ALBERTELLI, GUY L. ..........,. . ALBRIGHT, MARY M. ...... . ALCOCK, MARY O. . ..,.. . . . ALERCIA, JOANN C. . ........ . .. ALEXOVICH, THEODORE M. ALIAPOULIOS, PETER M. AL-KHUDHUR, JASEM M. .. ALLCOCK, DONALD C. ., ALLEN, BRIAN A. ..... . ALLEN, ELVERAGE D. .. . ALLEN, SANDRA L. ......... . AL-MISHWIT, SOUD T. .....,.,. . ALONZI, MARIBETH 242, 286, ALT,WILLIAM E. ............. ALTAVELA, ROBERT P. ... . . . . . . , ALTOMARE, VALLEY R. .... . AMATULLI, JANIS P. ........... . AMBROSE, VAN J. ........, . AMOS, WILLIAM N. ... AMRINE,TIMOTHY N. . . . . ANDERSON, ROGER ........ ANDERSON, SUZANNE M. .. ANDERSON, WILLIAM G. ANDREICIO,JOHN A. .. 219, ANDREOLI, ANTOINETTE . . . ANDRES, MARTHA C. ...... . ANDREWS, CHARLES W. ANDREWS, RAYMOND P. ... ANGELLO, JAMES J. ........ . ANGELLO, JOHN J. ........ . ANGINOLI, VINCENT R. .... . ANGLIM, ANNETTE L. ...... . ANGSTADT, THOMAS F. ANKENBRUCK, MARGARET . ANKENEY, SARAH J. ....... , ANTHONY PHILIPI. ... ... ANTLFINGER, ANN E. ., ... ANTON, WILLIAM R. .. ... ANTONELLI, IUDITH K. . . . ANZUR, RALPH E. .,....... . APPLEQUIST, KENNETH D. .. ARACE, NANCY B. ........ . ARATA, LOUIS K. .,..... . ARAND, CHERYL A. ....... . ARCHDEACON, WILLIAM . .. ARCHER, DIANE M. ..,..., , ARCHER, MICHAEL B. .... . ARDIRE, PHILIP D. ......... . ARMSTRONG, BARBARA A. . ARMSTRONG, DIANNA K. .. ARNOLD, GARY E. ......... . ARROYO, IOHN A. ...... . ARTHUR, KEVIN J. ... ASCENZI, JOSEPH M. ...... . ASHE, ANN M. ............ . ASHWORTH, TIMOTHY J. . .. ASKO, ALESSANDRA M. .... . ATKINSON, LINDA A. ....,. . AUBRY, SHARON M. .. . AUDIA, JEFFREY J. ......... . AUFDERHEIDE, PAULA S. . , . . 199 264 206 196, 270 206, 265 265 200 285 . . . 262 220 2.56 246 256, 297 285 291, 297 268 199 205, 275 E3 206, 285 282 297 254 208, 266 218, 228 295, 298 . . . . 293 283 298 209, 263 27 3 232, 298 . . . . 285 , . . . 298 230, 298 198 193, 278 . . . . 281 195, 298 . . . , B2 218,298 . . .. 285 , 298 194 298 278 218 225 287 298 298 244 245, 252 199, 247 . . . . 275 191, 298 219, B8 . . . . 289 279 270 274, B8 . . . , 265 298 298 AXLEY, WILLIAM R. ..... 246, 275, 298 298 AYRES, MARY JANE ............. AZAR, MARK C. ..... ..... 23 0, 298 BABKA, JEFFREY A. .......... 232, 263 BACHUS, DEBRA J. ............. 298 BADARACCO, LOUISE M. ....... 270 BAER, KATHRYN M. ....... .. . 299 BAGOT, WILLIAM A. ..... . . . U0 BAIRD, GARY R. ..... . .. 264 BAIRD, ROBERT R. ... . .. 206 BAIOREK, PAUL A .... ... 193 BAKER, JOHN R. ..... ..... 2 45 BAKER, PATRICIA E, ... ..... .. 280 BAKO, VICTOR B. JR. ....... 224, 299 BALAAM, SUSAN M. .. . .... . .. 274 BALA, ANN A. ........... ..,.. 29 9 BALDWIN, KEVIN I. .......,..... 258 BALLANTINE, RICHARD E. . ., 193, 278 BALLWEBER, ROBERT IR. ........ 299 BALONEK, DIANE M. ........... 265 BALSTER, DELBERT F. ........ 199, 299 BANDLE, GEORGE D. ....... 294, 295 BANIGAN, MICHAEL P. ......... 759 BANKS, JAMES T. .,..... ..,.. 25 9 BANKS, JOSEPH E. ...... ..... D 2 BARACZ, JEROME E. .... ..... 1 90 BARAN,CHRISTINEM. 299 BARAGA, IOANNE L. ... .... ., 259 BARCO, ROSALYN A. ........... 238 BARGA, WILLIAM C. ........ 245, 299 BARGON, RICHARD C, .,......, 273 BARILETTO, GARY E. ........ 224, 299 BARKER, SUSAN K. ... .... .. 243 BARLOW, LINDA E. . . . ... 242 BARNARD, JOHN A. ..... . . .. BARNHART, BRADY V. .... . . .. BARNWELL, BETSY J. ...... .... BARNWELL, STEVEN R. BARON, WALTER A. JR. ... ., . . BARONE, ALAN ...... , ....,.... 237, BARRETT, IOANNE M. BARRETT, VINCENT A. .. ... . .. BARROW, THOMAS J. BARTEK, ALAN G. ........., 225, BARTKOWIAK, LAUREY A. ..... . BARTOLONE, RICHARD B. .. 196, BARTOS, GERALD A. ........... . BARTULA, MARY E. ......... 197, BASCH, CARL F. .... .. .. BASS, ALBERT ......... .... BATES,FRANKJ.JR. BATES, ROBERT A. ............. . BATSCHE, MARILYN L. . . 190, 221, BATTAGLIA, MARY L. .......... . BATTSON, JEAN M. . . . BAUER, MARY M. .. BAUJAN, DAVID A. .. . BAUM, LAWRENCE P. . .. .. .. BAUMAN, DIANE M. .......... . BAUMANN, MICHAEL A. ....... . BAUMGARTEN, GRETCHEN ...,. BAYARD, CLAUDE ..,.,,.,.. 199, BAYER, FREDERICK J. .......... . BEADLE, MARGARET A. .,...... . BEAL, ALEXANDER, IR. ...... 191, BEAMS, CYNTHIA A. , . .. BECHT, JANET R. .... . BECHTOLD, MIMI N. ....,,. 192, BECK, LOUISLJR. ..., ..,.. . BECK, LYNNE E. ....... ..,. BECK,MARILYNR.... 219, BECKA, MARY ANN .,....,. BECKER, BARBARA A. ... .... BECKMAN, ANNE M. BECKMAN, JOAN E. .... .... BECKMAN, RICHARD E .... .... BEDNAREK, ROBERTJ. ......... . BEDNAR, MARK S. ............. . BEDNAR, SUSAN T. .. , . . . . BEHRENS, ROBERT F. . .. BEITEL, FRANK E. ....., . BELLOWS, CYNTHIA L. ,.., .... . 208, BELLUCCI, SHERRY L. . . . ..... BELNA, JOSEPH D. .... ,.... , BENEDICT, PAUL C, ... . . .. 205, BENKEN, JAMES J. .... . .... ., BENNETT, BRUCE R. ........ 283, BENNETT, DONALD E. ..,... 209, BENNETT, LENORA E. ... .... .. BENNETT, PAU LA D. .... ..... . BENNETT, RICHARD A. ...... 209, BENNETT, THERESA A. .,,...... . BENSKIN, GEORGE H. .... BENTON, PATRICIA A. .... ..., . BERAN,JOHN R. ...,.. . BERBACH, LYNDA E. ... BERBERICH, MARY L. . . . , BERBERICH, JOYCE M. .. , BERCHTOLD, ANN R. -. .. BERG, JANE E. ......... , BERG, ROBERT M. .,...,... Qfffi BERGAN, RAYMOND C. ....... . BERGER, JAMES M. ........ . BERILLA, LARRY J. .......... 202, BERKEMEIER, PAUL I. .......... . BERKMEIER, PHILLIP H. ........ . BERKOWITZ, BRUCE M. ..... 193, BERNABO, EUGENE A. JR. ... 201, BERNAD, MATTHEW, I. ........ . BERNARDON, MARY C. ... .. . .. BERNAT, RICHARD B. .,. .. . . . BERNASCO, PETER C. ..... .... . BERNHARDT, RICHARDJ. ...... . 194, BERRY, DAVE M. .......,...... . BERRY,ANNEE. .......,... . BERTIN,WILLIAMJ. ............ . BERWANGER, JOANN C. ....... . BESINGER,THOMASJ. .,.. .... . BEST, THOMAS G. BETSCH, GERALD J, ... .... BETz, KENNETH M. BETz, JAMES M. . BETz, ROXANNE K. ... .... BEURNIER, WAYNE C. ,..., .... BEYACQUA, JUDITH ..,......... BEVACQUA, MARLENE M. ..... , BEYER, WILLIAM P, ......... 234, BIALOSKY, SANDRA M. ........ . BIANCIOTTO, THOMAS J. ...... . BIANCHI, RICHARD W. BIANCO, WILLIAM N. .. .... BICA, DIANE A. ......., .. .. BICE, DONALD J. ......... . . .. BICKHAM, JOHN WAYNE ....... BIEGLER, PAUL M. .....,.. .. .. BIEHLER, ANNETTE M. ., . . .. BIEKER, MARTHA I. ... . . . . BIEN, BARBARA A. ...... . . . . BIERDEMAN, RALPH C. . .. . . .. BIERSACK,JEROME E. BIGA, LINDA L. ....... .. .. BIGA, REBECCA L. .... .. .. BILLOTTO, ROBERTJ. ... .. . . BILZ,JOHN W. ..,.,........... . BINAZESKI, GARY P. ......,,... . BIRCH, MICHAEL J. . 195, 219, 295, BITTER, JOHN v. ............... . BITTNER, JOHN E. .......,..... , BLACK, RICHARD W. ....,...., , BLACKBURN,THOMAS J. ... 229, BLAIZIS, STEPHEN J. ......... 200, B4, 300 220 230 BLAKE. WILLIAM C. ... .... 275 BROWN, JENNY 5, ,,,,,,,, H, 293 CARBON, JOHN P.JR. .. 246,275,304 275 BLANDA, MICHAEL E. ... ...... 290 BROWN, JULIUS .,,.,,.,,,,, ,,,, 2 62 CARBON, PATRICK C. ... ... 304 232 BLASIUS, MARJORIE D. ..... 193,265 BROWN, MARGUERITE R, ,,,,,,, 302 CARDARELLJ, JOHN J. ... ... 254 233 BLASI, MARY C. ........ ...... 2 65 BROWN, RONALD D. ,.,,, ,U 302 CAREY, ARLENE P. ..... ... 269 275 BLASER,THERESA A. .... .... 27 5 BROWN,THOMAs K. ... ... 277 CAREY, JOHN M. ,.,. 206,281 232 BLATz, RITA A. ....... ........ 300 BROwN,THOMAs M. ,,,,,,,,,, 302 CAREY, JAMES A. .. . .. B6 299 BLAZINSKI, ALLEN J. ....,. .. 190,300 BROWNING BARBARA J, .. .,,.. 274 CAREY, PAULJ. ...... .. ... 304 200 BLEICHER, JUDY C. ..... 192,263,301 BROZ, CAROLYN K. ....,... 755, 302 CAREY, WILLIAM E. .,.. .. . 264 E9 BLIGH, SUSAN C. ............... 280 BRUDER, ELIZABETH M, ,-,,,,,,, 263 CARL, WILLIAM P. ... ,. ... 304 262 BLOCHER, ALLAN EDWARD ..... B4 BRUGGER, DONALD D, Vnlquvnn, 255 CARLIN, BETTY A. ...,.., 203, 304 237 BLODEN, BONNIE A. ......,,.... 274 BRUMBAUGHI CATHY A, ,,,,,,, 210 CARLSON, DIANE E. .... 193,283,304 275 BLUM, IOSEPH R. ............... 301 BRUN' PATRICIA A. --,l.'I-- 208' 302 CARLSON, PETER W. ..... . . . 295 133 BOBBY, ANNEITE M. ......, 194, 260 BRUNI RAYMOND G, ,H ,,,,,- 302 CARLUCCI, ROSE MARIE , . . , . . . . 304 293 BOBAL, MICHAEL A. ,... ...... 1 99 BRUNHOFERI LINDA A' -,A.- 194, 260 CARMAN, BARBARA A. .... . .. 210 262 BOBERGI MARY T- .--9 .-.- 13 3 BRUNO, KATHLEEN A. ...... 196 203 CARMODY, PATRICKJ. .... ... 232 246 BOBIK. DANIEL G- ---.-- --'-4- 22 9 BRUNS, DOLORES A. ... ...... 302 CARMOLA,CHRISTIANNE ... 265 299 BOCZANY, WILLIAM If 4--4'- 205, 301 BRUNS, VICKI L. ,..,...... ..., 29 3 CARMONA, WALDO E. .... . .. 230 263 BOEHME, LINDA M- ---' - --A.- 301 BRUSCHI, ROBERT W. .......... 273 CARNEYf THOMAS P- -.-. ... 271 254 BOEHNLEIN, PAUL H- ... .--- 301 BRYAN,IOSEPH EDMOND ...... 268 CAROBINI, PAUL A. 281 196 BOEKE, JOHN SCOTT ..... ...- 2 01 BRYCE, MICHAEL A. ........ 193,278 CARPINI, RICHARD A. ........., 263 265 BOERGER. MARYANNE D- .--.--. P57 BRYWCZYNSKI, JOSEPH L. ....,.. 270 CARR, JOSEPH B. JR. . ,...... 207, 304 B2 BOERGER. JAMES L. ....... .... 30 1 BRZOZOWSKI, MARK A. ........ 302 CARR, PAUL E. ...... . . . 305 230 BOESEL. CAROL A. -.3..-. 3-.. 30 1 BRZYTWA, LINDA M. ........... 197 CARR, ROBERT J. ...... ,.. 218 284 BOFFARDIJ ROGER G. ..-- -.-- 30 1 BUCHANAN, CATHERINE A. ..... 272 CARROLL ANN MARIE ... ... 251 293 BOGAN, LORRAINE P. .........- 276 BUCHEK, ATRICIA M. , ..... 238, 302 CARROLL, DENIS C. ...,...... .. 305 205 BOGDAN. KEVIN J. ............. 190 BUCHLE, PATRICIA A. ...,...... 302 CARROLL, EDWARDJ. ..,...... . 266 299 BOGE, CLAIRE L. ....-.. 198, 222, 245 BUCHMAN, BRUCE W. .. 197,206 283 CARROLL, JAMES H. ....,... 253,305 299 BOHMER, BARBARA A. ......... 283 BUCKLEY, TERENCE C. ...,...... 268 CARROLL, KATHLEEN M. ...... . . 305 299 BOHNETT, SALLY A. .......... .. 289 BUDDIE, MICHAEL E. ..... .... 23 6 CARROLL, NANCY E. ...,..... .. 208 263 BOHNHORST, GAIL M. ...-. 192. 289 BUECHEL, EDWARD H. .......... 236 CARTOZIAN, BYRON W. ....... . B2 299 BOKERMANN, MARGARET H- ... 274 BUENO,CESAR D. .......,., .... 27 1 CARUSO, JOSEPH A. ,.,..,... 210 299 BOLLARD, ROBERT P. ....... 243,155 BUESKER, JAMES T. ........, 199,302 CARVER, KEVIN J. ..,....... 246,275 259 BONANNE, JOSEPH ............. B5 BUFFALINO, CAMILLE M. ... 203, 244 CARUSO, AURORA A. , ..., . . . .. 276 252 BONANNOJOSEPH G- -.-- 190 BUEEALINO, ANTHONY P. ...... 232 CASELLA,JAMES A. ... 284 299 BONELLI, BRIAN T. ..... ...- 22 5 BUEORD, PAUL N. JR. ..... ... 303 CASEY, KATHLEEN M. .... ... 253 266 BONHAM, PAMELA J- -,. -,.. 209 BULLARD, SHARON L. .. ... 303 CASSIDY, KEVIN J. ....... ... 269 269 BONICKJ RICHARD J. ... .... 736 BULLOCK, CHRISTINE E. .. ... 253 CASSIERE, MARSHA C. ... ... 198 299 BONNER, EUGENE A. --.-- .... 2 85 BULLOCK, RUDY J. III ... ,... 271 CASTE, DONALD J. .... ... 281 263 BONOSKY. BERNARDI- . ..-.---. 295 BUNASKY, LINDA A. ...,........ 207 CASTELL, CARSTEN A. ,...., 262 260 BONTEMPO. FRANK A. IR. .. 218 301 BUNCH, BARBARA A. .,..... 196 283 CASTIGLIONE, PHILIP J. .... ... 277 289 BONVISSUTO. LOUIS IR- -.----.. 301 BUNCH,THOMAS E. .... ,.,... 3 03 CASTROP, JANE E. ....... . . . 276 225 BORGERT, FRED J. ........- - 246 275 BUNN, ROBERT G. ...,.... .,. 263 CATAGNUS JULIA M. .... ... 283 299 BORNHORST. STEVEN P- ....3... 295 BURGER, CHRISTOPHER E. ...... 245 CATALDO, VITO ,....... . . . 268 261 BORS, JOHN G- -----.---------- 262 BURGESS, KENNETH v. .......... 224 CATALANO, JOHN J. .....,.... . 250 281 BORSICK. DONALD L- IR- -"---- 301 BURGH, CHRISTINE E. .,..,. 243, 280 CATALANO, ROBERT M. ........ 205 B2 BORTHS. TERRY 1- ------3--. 199 220 BURGUNDER, WILLIAM E. ...... 281 CATANZARO, MICHAEL A, . . 246,275 193 BOSEK. RUTH A- -------1--'- 267 301 BURGUNDER, TIMOTHY W. ..... 200 CATTANEA, ROBERT H. .....,.. . 275 263 BOSELA, MICHAEL J, .... ...... 2 09 BURK, KATHLEEN M. ...,.....,, 289 CAUSA, JACK A. ........ 190,292,305 203 BOSLER. RITA L- .-------------L- 301 BURKE, JOHN MICHAEL .... 200 303 CAVENEY, CONSTANCE M. .. 238,305 222 BOSSART, KENNETH J. ..... . 246 275 BURKE, KATHLEEN .........,... 253 CAVENEY, JACK E. JR. ........... B4 250 BOSWELL, CARROLL G. -.----.-. 228 BURKE, LAURETTA M. .. ,... 303 CAVENEY, ELIZABETH B. 269 285 BOSKOJOHN P- ---.---4--..-.- 254 BURKE, MICHAEL F. . . ,...... 264 CAVOLO, JOSEPH E. ......... . . . 305 299 BOUGHTON, ANN C- ...,-.,.... 196 BURKE, MICHAEL E. ........ 266, 287 CAYLOR, PATRICIA T. ..,,.. 242, 305 273 BOWERS, RICHARD A. .. 196, 207 301 BURKE, PATRICIA A. ............ 303 CECALA, CONNIE J. .......... . . 264 276 BOWLES, STEVEN B- -.---.------- 275 BURKHARDT, JACOB R. ......... 246 CEMES, JEROME E. ...,.. 193,222,273 260 BOWMAN, ROBERT I- '--'--A--' 759 BURNELL, WILLIAM A. ...... 224,303 CERNIGLIA, MARILYN A. ..,. 208,305 281 BOWSER. WAYNE G. 283 BURNS, DAVID J. ............... 303 CERRITELLI, CARLOS E. .... 201 737 BOYER, CLAIRE -....... --..3. 2 65 BURNS, ROBERT B. JR. ......,... 224 CERNV, JOSEPH M. ,,,,,, ,,, 277 299 BOYLAN, FRANCES T. ........... 280 BURROUGI-IS, LLOYD H. JR. ..... 262 CERTO, PETER R. ......., ... 279 290 BOYLAN, VIRGINIA M- ..... 197. 208 BURROWS, DANA S. ...,...,.... 303 CHAJKOWSKI, MARY E. .,.,. 251,305 295 BOY'-EJ BARBARA A- -L-- ----3- 2 63 BURTON, LANCE C. ..,....,.... 268 CHAMBAL, LYNNE P. .......,.. . 276 300 BOYLE, MARY E- -.---3 -3-- 73 9 BURZYMOWSKI, RONALD S. 200,303 CHAMBERLAJN, THOMAS R, ,.., 305 193 BOYLE, PATRICK D. ..... ...... Z7 5 BUSEMEYER,TERESA A. ..... 264,303 CHAMPA, RAYMOND G. ,..... , 200 260 BOZZAI MICHAEL G- ----A------ 209 BUSER. PATRICIA C. ........-... 283 CHAMPLIN, ROGER A. .....,... . 208 252 BOZZA, MARYKAYE E1 ---3-- 209, 274 BUSH, DAVID L. ........ . . . 230 CHAMPLIN, ROGER A. ,...,. 199, 305 295 BRABENDER, JUDY M. .... . 211, 289 BUSHER, KATHLEEN M. ... .,. 303 gHAMpLEY,MJgHAEL E, ,,,,,,,, 220 299 BRABENDER, VIRGINIA M- 262, 272, BUTLER, JAMES L. ...,.,, .. . 303 CHAPMAN, CATHERINE L. 243, 263 205 302 BUTLER, KATHERINE I. .. ... 196 CHAPMAN, BARBARA A. ,...... 255 BRACKEN' SUSAN E, ,,,, ,,,,, g 3 BUTLER, KEVIN T. ..... ... 286 CHASLER, MARY A. .,.. . 264,305 BRACKER, JEFFREY S. ..,,,, ,,,,, 28 1 BUTLER, PATRICIA A. ...... B7 CHASSER,TIMOTHY G. . ... 305 268 BRADBLJRN, CHARLES D, ,,,,,,, 288 BUTLER, SHARON J. .... 196,287 CHATTING, KEITH G. ....... 229 250 BRADL, DANIEL T. ........ ..... 27 1 BUTNER, KATHLEEN S. .. ...... 289 CHAVEZ, PEGGY M- 194 278 BRADLEY, BILLY ...,.... ...... 2 46 BUZZELLI, CARY A. ,....,.. 277 CHEDD, LINDA M. ... 238,305 262 BRADLEY, DAVID J. ,.. .... 223,302 BYRD, TIMOTHY R. ... .... 200,303 CHENG. JERRY P. .... ... 201 225 BRADLEY, GEORGE L. ... ...... 302 BYRNE, PATRICK J. ... ...... 303 CHERRIE, KATE A' ---4. .-. 305 282 BRADLEY, JOSEPH T, ,.,, ,,,, 1 93 BYRNE, DAN S. .,.... . .... 303 CHIAPPONE, JAMES A. ..,...... . 205 300 BRADT, ELIZABETH A. ... .... 274 BYRNE, JAMES P. . .. ....,... 275 CI-IICOINE, MARY JANE ..... 238, 306 202 BRADY, EDWARD M. ... .... 302 BYRNE, PEGGY A. ... ,... 222,303 CHIEARI, JOAN ELLEN ,..... 238,306 223 BRADY, RICHARD R. ... .... 302 BYRNE, ROBERT E. ...,.. 271 CHILES,TONIAI. .... .. 2181253 281 BRADY, THOMAS D. ...... .... 292 CACHAT, ROBERT J. .. ... 268 CHIMNEY, MICHAEL I. ... ..... 295 220 BRAIDJCH, MICHAEL A. ........ 254 CADDEN,JEROMEA. ...... 220 CHORBAJ FRANKIOHN ..... 306 300 BRAND, BARBARA A. ,...... 193,276 CADWELL, JEANNE C. ........... 303 CHORBA, THOMAS P. .....,.... 158 270 BRANDI, JAY T. .....,......... ,. 220 CAHALAN, LEO E. III ........ 190,270 CHOUNET, SERGE M. ....-. . 209, 277 204 BRANDT, HARVEY W. JR. ........ 201 CAHILL, JAMES M. ...... .... 2 47, 281 CHRIST, DONALD J. ..,..,.,.... 285 281 BRAUN, DALE D. ......... .... 2 84 CAIN, ELLEN M. ......,. 194,264,303 CHRISTIE, JEFFREY P. ..........., 261 292 BRAWLEY, STEPHEN A. .... .... 2 66 CALABRESE, CHARLES R. ........ 263 CHRISTOPFEL, ROBERT A. 246, 284. 305 300 BRECHT, PAUL D. ....... .... 2 01 CALLAGHAN, ANN L. .,...,. 237, 304 CHRZANOWSKI, DEBORAH ..... 280 258 BREITFUSS, DENNIS, J. .... .... 2 81 CALLAGHAN, KEVIN T. ........, 269 CHURCHES, DEBORAH J. ...... . 293 198 BRENNAN, KATHLEEN D. ....,... 283 CALLAHAN, ANDREW J. .. ,. . 279 CHWALEK, JOHN J. ..... 201,280,305 192 BRENNAN, MARY ANN ... .... 302 CALLAHAN, DANIEL H. JR. ...... 232 CIAMBRUSCHINI, P.E. ... ... 202 300 BRENNAN, MONICA ..,.. .... 23 9 CALLAHAN, EDMUNDT. ,...,.., 271 CIANCIOLA, NICHOLAS C. ,,..,, 275 252 BRENNAN, PAUL S. . ,......,.,.. 192 CALLAHAN, JAMES T. ..... .... 30 4 CICARELLI, LAWRENCE , ,H 300 300 BRENNAN, TERRENCE P. ........ 284 CALLAHAN, JAMES P. . .. .... 193 CICERO, JAMES H. ...... . , . . 257 253 BRENNAN, THOMAS G. ..... 198,270 CALLENDER, MARY E. ........... 291 CIEPLICKI, ALBERT .... .. . 260 300 BRENT, JAMES W. JR. ............ 199 CALLOWAY, CORA I. ........... 304 CIGOY, BARBARA J. ..... ... 293 259 BRETTHAUER, ANDREW C. ....., 259 CALLOWAY, JOHN C. ... 198,221,245 CIMJNO, FRANCINE M. .. ,.. 306 278 BREW, DENISE G. ....... ........ 27 4 CALO, NICHOLAS G. ..,.... 196,295 CIOEEI, LOUIS T. ........ 262 7.38 BRICE, EDWARD T. ............. 302 CALYARUSO, MICHAEL A. .,.... 261 CISMOSKI, JOSEPHINE A. . . . 270 203 BRICK, JOHN M. ........... 251, 278 CALvERT, JOHN D. ,.... .. ..,. 277 CITARELLA, DONALD N. . ,.. 232 224 BRIDGE, JOHN J. ,........,..... 271 CAMP, KATHRYN L. ...... .... 2 00 CIUEO, BARBARA E. ,..... ...... 30 6 268 BRI DGEWATER, JANET M. ....... 244 CAMINITI, THOMAS A. . . . .... 263 CLARK, ALBERT E. ..,... 200,245,284 265 BRIDGMAN, LYNDA K. ... .... 272 CAMPBELL, EDWARD R. ., .... 245 CLARK, CECELIA M. ..... , 306 281 BRIGADIER, EDWARD J. ... .... 202 CAMPBELL, KAREN M. ... .... 260 CLARK, COLLEEN E. .... ..... 243, 260 300 BRILL, JOHN R. ...,.,....,.,.... 279 CAMPION, ROBERTC. .... 228 CLARK, H. LESLEY .... 260 292 BRINLY, BONNIE L. ......... 208,274 CANARY, WILLIAM J. JR. ........ 266 CLARK, JANE M. .....,. , ..... . 259 199 BROADNAX, GREGORY W. ,..,.. 286 CANCELMO, NANCY J, ........, 274 CLARK, KENNETH D. .. . . . 201, 306 300 BROCKMAN, MARY K. ..... 238,302 CANNAROZZI, MICHAEL W. .... 273 CLARK, KENNETH J, . .. . .. . .. 202 243 BRODERICK, JOANNE M. ....... 287 CANNING, TIMOTHY L. ..... 191, 304 CLARK, LORRAINE M. ,.. ,.. 257 203 BRODERICK, PATRICIA ... ..,. 293 CANNON, CATHERINE E. ...,.,. 304 CLARK, THOMAS E. III ... ... 273 295 BROHM, DENNIS C. .... .... 2 50 CANNON, KAREN S. ...... .... 276 CLARKE, BONNIE R. ..... ... 243 279 BRONSON, SUSAN L. ... ..,, 288 CANNONE, ROBERT P. ... .... 199 CLARKE. LAWRENCE B- .- -.... 230 300 BROOKS, BARRY R. ... ........ 254 CANTY, ALBERT B. ...,... .... 22 3 CLARKE, MICHAEL J. ... ....... 271 200 BROPHY, THOMAS A. ,......... 269 CAPALDO, GUY ....,..... .... 20 1 CLARKE, OWEN T- . .- 191, 306 300 BROWN, ALBERT III .... 275, 246, 200 CAPAROSA, ROSEMARY J. ...... 269 CLARKE, STEVEN T. .-.. ..... 27 S 287 BROWN, CHARLES D. ........... 193 CAPUTI, ELIZABETH A. .,..., 267, 304 CLAUSEN, IOHN H. IR. ,.., . ,.. 268 300 BROWN, DREW M. ..... 205,280,302 CAPUTO, ANTHONY J. ...... 263, 304 CLAUSON, BARBARA A. ...... . . 264 211 BROWN, JANE A. ... .......... 209 CARAGOL, JAMES J. ... ...... 304 CLEAVENGER, EDMUND B, ...... 306 CLIFFORD, ELEANOR M. .,.... . . 306 CLIFFORD, IOHN A. .... . 285 CLIFFORD, PATRICIA E. ......,.. 242 CLIFFORD, SHERRY A. .......... 276 CLINE, SUSAN E. .... 198, 222, 245, 306 CLINTON, IRENE E. ....,........ 282 CLOUGHERTY, DENNIS M. ...... 200 CLOUGHERTY, M. IAMES ... 199, 220 COGHLAN, MARY A. ,.......... 242 COLDITZ, DENNIS W. .,... ...,. 2 86 COLEMAN, IAMES S. .... ..... 27 5 COLEMAN, MICHAEL F. . .. . . . .. 264 COLEY, WALTER L. ......,....... 203 COLLERAN, DENNIS PAUL ....., B4 COLLIER, DONALD F. .,, ...... .. 228 COLLINS, DEBORAH A. ... COLLINS, GERARD E. .... . COLLINS, IOSEPH B. ..... . COLLINS, MARGUERITE E. .,..306 ....254 ......306 293 COLLINS, MICHAEL E. .......... 224 COLLINS, COLLINS, RONALD1. . . , COLLITON, KAREN L. . . . COLUM, ROBERT I. . .. MICHAELE, .... ..... 27 5 .....'I99 .....293 .....?.'56 COMER, CAROL A. . ..,......., . 307 COMER, JUDY L. .......... , 197, 307 CONCANNON, DENNIS B. , ..... 307 CONDO, JOSEPH P. ...... . ...... 236 CONDON, CAROL E. ....... 192, 253 CONDON, CAROL M. .......... 269 CONDON, EILEEN V. .,.. .... 29 3 CONDRAT, MICHAEL E. ... . . ,. 307 CONE, JOSEPH 1. ....... .,.. 2 82 CONKLIN, JOAN L. ..... ...... 78 3 CONLON, BARBARA A. , .... 193, 222, 267, 307 CONLON, JOSEPH M, ........... 734 CONNELLY, JOHN ...... 200, 201, 217 CONNERS, RICHARD A. ........ 307 CONNOR, BRIAN F. ............ 275 CONRAD, CYNTHIA A. 270 CONRAD, MARIE T. ............ 282 CONROY,lAMES P. ... . . . . 225, 280 CONROY, JEAN M. ... . . . . 225, 280 CONROY,IEAN M. ............. 293 CONROY, THOMAS M. ..... 209, 268 CONTE, VINCENT R. .... ...... 1 97 CONTE, RICHARD ........ .... 22 4 CONTINISIO, NICHOLAS ....... 286 CONTINENZA, VINCENT A. . .... 284 CONTI, MARIE A. .... ...... 2 67, 307 CONTRUCCI, JOEL I. ........... 307 CONWAY, THOMAS M. .., .... 211 CONWAY,THOMAS V. .. . .. . . 268 COOGAN, BRENDAN M. . ....... 2.32 COOMBES, RICHARD A. COOPER, HARRY J. JR. ..... . 256 245,285 CORBIN, KATHARINE .......... 752 CORBY, MARY C. ....... . CORCORANJAMES L. III CORCORAN,THOMAS ... CORDO, BARBARA J. . ,. CORLESS, HELEN C. ...... . CORRADO, CHRISTINE E. ....307 ....262 ,.,.265 ..,.280 259 CORRIGAN, BRIAN J. ..... .... 2 11 CORRIGAN,ANNEM. .. . . .. 260 CORRY, MARTIN A. .. . . .. 307 CORSO,JANET E. ....... ...... 2 65 CORVINO, VINCENT H. ..... 191, 307 COSENTINO, ANGELA 1. .... 219, 252 COSGRIFF, NANCY A. .......... 269 COSTANTINI, RENEE A. .. . . . . . 287 COSTA, THOMAS R. .... .... 28 6 COSTANZA, PAMELA S. ......... 283 COSTELLO, JANE M. ............ B5 COSTON, DONNA K. ...... . COTTER, THOMASI. ....... . 192, 307 730, 307 COTTON, FEST IAMES .......... 246 COURTEMANCHE, PHILIP ....... 282 COUSINS, OLIVIA H. ........... 307 COVICH, KEVIN l. .......... 193, U8 COVINO, ROBERT L. ........ 200, 307 COYLE, EDWARDI. . .. , .. 332 CRABILL, MICHAEL R. .. .... 307 CRANE, ALEXIS M. ...... .... Z3 6 CRIANSTON, PETER G. . ,. .... 191 CRAWFORD, LARRY E. .... .... 30 7 CRLDLE, LOUIS M. ...... .... 22 8 CREEHAN, WILLIAM J. .......... 775 CRIDLAND, JUNE A. ........ .... 30 7 CRINERJOHN I. .......... . 190, 307 CRISTINO, THOMAS B. ....... , , 279 CRITELLI, IOANNE M. . . . 256 CRNICH,MARYKAY . ..... .... 2 42 CROLL, SUZANNE M. ........... 308 CROMPTON, RONALD E. ....... 308 CRONE, BARBARA L. .... .,..... 3 08 CROTIY, COLLEEN M. . .... . CROTTYJOHN R. IR. CROLISE, CHERYL M. , .. CROWDER, MARY C. , . . . . 196, 7.36 246 259 274 CROWLEY, DEBORAH A. ........ 244 CRUSE,THOMASl. ............. 285 CUCINOITA, STEVEN A. CUDDEBACK, DOUGLAS C. 269 229, 268 CULBERT, MICHAEL E. .......... 262 CUDNIK, STANLEY I. .... . ....... 262 CULLEN, PATRICIA A. . ., B9, 242, 308 CULLEN, BRIAN C. ....... . CULLIGHAN, MARY B. .. 1 97,251,308 CULLINAN, PAUL R. ............ 308 CUMMINGS, FRANCES P. . 308 CUNKO, IEFFREYI. ...... , ...... 757 CUNNIFF, MARY C. ...... , .... .. 242 CUNNINGHAM, MAUREEN ......308 CUROTTOJOSEPH G. ....... . . . 7.33 CURRAN, JOHN I. .... . . .. ....308 CURREY, IAMES P. ..,.... .... 30 a DIETERIGEORGE R, ,U ,,,,,, 262 EBERLE,1OHN MvRoN ..... 223,236 FELIDAIE, SAMUEL v. ....... .,,. 271 CURRIE. PATRICIA T- .... .... 23 9 DIETERLE, IOHN R, ......... zoo, 311 EBERLE, TERRY R. ............... 192 FEY, KENNETH c. ............., . 224 CURRY, IIENORE E. .... ..... za 9 DIFRANKI MILDRED M, ,,,,,.,,. 2,87 ECK, MARILYN L. ........... 192, 272 FEV, THOMAS I. ........ 223, 224,314 CURTIS. MICHAEL A- -..--.. 262, 308 DIGENNARO, NELSON s. .....,.. 211 ECKENRODE, HAROLDIR. ,. 236, 312 PICK, THOMAS D. .., ..,...... 288 CY NKAR, FRANCIS P- -..-.-- 223. 732 DIFALCO, ROBERT M. .......... 275 ECKHARDT, FREDERICK C. ....., 277 FIDLER, STEPHEN I. .. ,.. 229, Z71 CYNKAR, BARBARA I- -..-.---.- 306 DIGIACOMO, FRANK A. .... 201, 732 EDDY, CLIFFORD D. ............ 247 FIELDS, DONALD Is, .... ... 195, 245 CYPHERS, IAMES M. .-.. 195, 261. 308 DIGNAM, PATRICIA C.. . ........ 239 EDELEN, WILLIAM F. IR. ......... 313 FIELY, CHARLES F. ..... ... 190,314 CYRAN, IAME5 PAUL ..--..-.--. 224 DIGIOVANNA, EILEEN B. .....,.. zss EGAN, DAVID F. .........,.,.... zoz FIEN, VICIORIA M. ...... ..... 3 14 CVR. WENDY D. ..--.--.----...- 308 DIGREGORIO, KENNETH R. ..... B2 EGAN, DAVID R. ..... .... I 99, 313 FINCH, CHARLENE E. .... .,. 314 CZAPLICKI, BRIAN J. ............ 225 DILEo,MARv L. ...... .. 139, 242, 311 EGAN, IOHN P. , ...... ...... 1 99 FINCH, IOSEPH T. ..... 259 DABKOWSKI, DIANEMARIE ..... 245 DILLHOFF, WILLIAM I, .......... 311 EGAN, KATHLEEN M. ... ...... 283 FINERAN, JOSEPH I. ........ . 229,271 DABKOWSKI. EDWARD M. I--.-. 308 DILLON, EDWARD F. III ..,...... 279 EGAN, RICHARD T. ... .... 195, zss FINK, JOSEPH F. ...,....... ..,.. 278 DABNEY. PHILIPI- -..-... ---. 30 8 DILLION, LEO M. .,..,.. 246,275,311 EGAN, SALLY F. ..... ...... 1 98 FINNEGAN, THERESE M. ....... .. 274 DACEY, RITA I. ........... .... 2 42 DIMARCANTONIO, ROBERT ,,,, 200, EGART, MARY K ....... .... 2 69 FINORE, DIANE T. .......... 191, 242 DACEY, ROBERT D. ............. 264 202,311 EHLERS, SUSAN M. .... 313 FIoRE,THoMAsI.IR. .... 285 DACHNOWSKI, FRANK 1. ....... 308 DIMARIA' CHARLES E. ,,,,,,-,,, 311 EHRET, GERARD ...... .... 3 13 FIORE, SUSAN 1. ....... . .. 218 DAFLI2R,IoYs 5. ............ 190,308 DIMINO' JOSEPH A, IR. ,,,,,,,,, 198 EHRLER, MARY M. ........ .... 73 9 FIRIH, ELIZABETH A. .., ... zso DAHLINGHAUS, BETH N. ........ 305 DIORIO, GENNARO 1, ,,,,,, 202, 220 EICHENLAUB, ELLEN F. .,.. .... 254 FISCHER, ROBERT A. ... ..... zsa DAILY, MARY L. ......,... .... za 3 DIPASQUALE' DIANE F, ,,,,,,,,, p39 EICHENLAUB CAROL A. ......... 287 FISHER, JANE Ia. ...... ... 237, 314 DALEY, ,IOANN I. ........ .... 308 DIPIERNOI ALPHONSE 1, ,A ,,,, 253 EICHHOLD JO ANN ............ 313 FISK, MARY K. ..... .,. 218, 274 DALEY, NORMAN R. ... .... U1 DISINGERI DANIEL I, ,,,, ,,,, 27 8 EIFERT, MADEION LOIS . 198, 222, 313 FISTER, BRADY G. .,... .,... zsa DALMAN, PHILIP I. .... .... B 2 DIX, ROBERT T. ......,.. ,,,, Q3 0 EISEN, NANCY A. ........... 203, 244 FITZ, ELEANOR1. .....,........ . 314 DALTON, PATRICIA I. .... .... 308 DIXON, ROBERT M, ,,,,,, ,,,, 2 62 ELKING, GERALD JOHN .......,. 313 FITZ, MARY A. ............. 238, 315 DALY, PATRICIA A. .... ....... 27 4 DLUGOS, FREDERICK F. H, ,,,, 311 ELKING, TERESA F. .. ...... .... 27 4 FITZGERALD, DAVID P. ...., 220, 315 DALY, VIRGINIA I. .............. 300 DODSON, HELYN C, ,,,,, ,,,, 2 B3 ELLISON, MARSHALL H. ......... 246 FITZGERALD, GREGORY I. ..... ., zsa DAMATO, REGINA M. ., 192, 221,308 DODSONI LINDA E, ,,,,,, ,,,, 28 7 ELLMERs,1uDsoN B. ....... 201, 275 FITZGERALD, KENNETH A. .... ,. 315 DAMM, CRAIG E. .......... 196, 201 DOMBROWSKl,1ANET M. ,,,,,. B8 ELSTON, DAVID E. .... .... 2 66 FITZGERALD, KATHLEEN . . . . . . 263 DANA, THOMAS A. .,......,.... aoa DONAHUE, EILEEN M, ,,,, ,,,, 2 B3 ELWELL, CLAUIJIA I. .. ..,. 274 FITZGERALD, MARY L. 270 DANFORD, DAVID 1. ... 199, 209, 266 DONAHUE, MARY C, ,H ,,,, 253 ELY,IAMI5s H. .....,.... .... 1 90 FITZHARRIS, ROGER E. ,. . .. ... 202 DANFORD, WILLIAM R. ......... 282 DONNELLYI EUGENE H, ,H ,,,, 225 EMANUELLI, STEVEN I. .,.. .... 2 45 FITZPATRICK, EDWARD I. ..,.,.. 262 DANGERFIELD, DELORES ........ B7 DONOERIOI KATHRYN 1. l.l!,.A 270 EMR, CARY T. .............,.... 313 FITZPATRICK, JOHN IR. .,... 2a4, 315 DANIELS, RICHARD v. .......... 262 DONOGHUE' MARQA1. W xlhn 31, EMRISEK, KATHERINE A. ...,.... 289 FITZPATRICK, LAWRENCE B2 DANS, NICHOLAS P. .... 200,201,217 DONOGHUESUEA. .vl.4I4,A..- 253 ENGEL,IEFrREvIoHN . ...,.. 209,313 FITZPATRIQMICI-IAEL A. 221,245 DANZILO, CHRISTINE M. ....... 159 DONOGHUE PATRICM L H 252 280 ENGEL, VALERIE A. ......,... 237,313 FIUME, SAMUEL L. ............ .. 262 DARCY,MICHAELl. ............ 210 DONOHUE Ibm, NRA 4,., '269 ENGELHART, PAULA M. .....,,., 276 FLAHERTYJOSIEPH M. .,.. . 315 DARCY, TIMOTHY I- ---- ---- 27 3 DONOHUE: 51'EpHEN p' lrl, llrl 2 84 ENGLAND, ROBERT W. . . . .... 266 FLANAGAN, DEBORAH A. . . . . . . . 276 DARGENIO, DAVID z. .. .... 220 DONOVAN BETH M. AUUIIEIAIAI 311 ENGELHARDT, JOHN C. ... .... 254 FLANAGAN, MARY s. .,.... ... 287 DARRIG, Bmv A. ...... .... 2 ss DONOVAN' ELIZABETH A B9 253 ENGLERT, JAMES R. ..... .... 2 as FLANNICK, JAMES T. ..... ... 277 DATES, NANCY E. ......... .... 2 so DONOVAN' JOSEPH T IR' " '311 ENGLERT, RUTHANN ... .... 269 PIECE, MARGARET R. ,... ..... 267 DATESH, LAURENCE A. ... .... 211 DONOVAN' MARY M' ' ' """ 311 ENGRO, KATHLEEN I. ... .... 293 FLEMING, PATRICIA A, ..,,..... 257 DAVANZO, LAURA I. ... .... zoa DONOVANI mu - ----- ---1 Z7 2 ENIA, IEFFREY M. ....... .... 1 92 FLEMING, SUSAN 1. ........ . 242,315 DAUGHERTY, JOSEPH A. ........ 246 DONOVANZ M,C,L,Ag-'11 ' 1 if ji 1: 311 ENNEKING, DAVID F. ... .... 252 FLEMING, RONALD P. ...... .... 269 DAUGHERTY, MICHAEL I. ... 193, 309 DONOVAN, SHARON E. .H IAIA 276 ENRIGHT, GERALD E. .,. .... 313 FLEMlNG,WALTER1. ......,..... 256 DAVI, IOHN r, .,,,,,,,,,,,, 234, 309 Doom, KATHLEEN E- Mm 'W 289 ENRIGHT, MICHAEL I. .. .... 284 FLETCHER, KATHLEEN T. ... ... 192 DAvI, MARK I. ............. 734, 309 DOONAN' GEORGE W' Uvl. IEIE 223 ENRIGHT, ANN M. .... . ,,,,. 274 FLETCHER, MARGARET J .... ..... 3 15 DAVI, DONNA M. ....... .... 27 4 DORMNI KENNETH 1. llvl H H 277 Eovmo, FRANCIS s. ....... 233, 247 FLINN, RICHARD P. ......... .... 315 DAVIDSON, GARY p, ,,,, ,,,, 2B 3 DORMAN' ROBERT1. TTTT TVTTT 2 32 ERB, DIANE s. ........ ...... 2 94 FLOR, MARY L. ............. 260,315 DAVIS, BARBARA s. ... .... 309 DORSI, THOMAS 1' TTET W 229, 270 ERB, WILLIAM F .... ..... .... 2 8 5 FLORCZYK, PAUL I. ..... ........ 232 DAVIS' HARRY L- '--- --'- 30 9 DOSTIE, DANIEL R. .... ... 280, 311 ERDMANI CEC'L'A M' -A ---AA' 313 ROMAN" IEANETIE F' "' ""' 252 DAVIS, JAMES I. ..... .... 1 90 D01-ro, PETER A, TTTTTT W 203' 311 ERNST, MICHAEL I. ... .... 205,313 FLORY, MICHELE M. ... .,. 197, 293 DAVIS' IAME5 L- IR- ----'-------' 309 DOTY JEANNINE M. ..... ..... 3 11 ERWN' RICHARD H '--- -'-- 2 45 FLYNN' KATHLEEN M' "" "'A ' 287 DAVIS, LARRY R. .............. , 220 Dougal PATMGA A. TTTTT TTTW 3 11 ERVIN, susc. ........ .... zs 9 FLYNN. MARYKAY1- .....-- ... 293 DAVIS, MICHAEL I. .......-- 191, 309 DOUGHERTY, WILLIAM R. ....., 190 ERWINI MARK 5- ------- ---- 27 0 FOERSTNER' SHELLEY M' -""' 'A 287 DAVIS, SALLY A. .... 198, 222, 245, 309 191, 311 EsPosITo, RUSSELL N. .. .... 232 FOGARTY, CATHERINE E. ,-.- A - - 253 DAWSON, MICHAEL R, . 198, 234, 309 DOWNIE, FRANCIS TTTEIET 198, 290 ESSON,TIMOTHY W. . , . .... 190 FOGARTY, IOHN IR- - - - - - 4 I - 754 DAY, JOHN F. ......... ....... 26 9 DOWNE, MARY ,I TTTTTTT TTTTT 27 4 ESTILL, GEORGE F. .............. 264 FOGELSONGI LAURA M. -.- .-A 276 DEBARD, MARK L. ..... 204,219 DOWNNGICAROL A- TTTTTTTTTT B1 E1'rENsoHN,IoHN M. ...... 198,295 FOGELSONQMARYI- 260 DEBELLE, DONNA T. .,. ...... 293 DOWMNGI SARAH A. TTETTETETE 276 EVANS, GARY A. ............ 200, 220 FOISY. EMILE C. .-,--.. -A-Im 199 DEBES, DAVID o. ...... .... 20 1 DOWNWG, THOMAS E. 205, 284, 311 EVANS, PAUL DENNIS ...... 313 FOLEY, KATHLEEN 1. ........ 257,315 DEBROCK, SI-IEILA L. ..... .... 26 6 DOYCHAKI MARYANN E' STYTSTT 272 EVELEIGH, JANET M, .. .... 193 FOLEY. KATHLEEN A- -------- -4- 293 DEEGAN, F.VINCENT IR. ,. .... B4 DOYLE, DOUGLAS M- TETTTTSTSSS 311 EVERSEN,TEUNIS ..... .... 25 5 FOLEY, MICHAEL EDWARD ---- - 262 DEHOND, KEVIN F. ...... 225 DOYLE, FRED C- TTTTTTTST TTTT 1 98 EVESLAGE, JANET L. .... 289 FOLEY, PAUL F- ------- -- - -- H- 315 DEIBLER, VIRGINIA A. 310 DOYLEIMMES F. STSTTS TSST 2 45 EVESLAGE,1UDY M. ....... .... 3 13 FOLKERI VALERIE A- A I - - - - I H 272 DELANEY, RICHARD E, ... zae DOY,-E, KATHLEEN K. TTTT STTT 2 42 FABISH, MICHAEL P. ..,......... zae FORESMAN. IAMES P- . V - V . - -- 284 DELAP, GAIL P. ........ ... 269 DOYLEI KEWN M- TTTVV TTTTTTTT 3 11 FABYANSKI, MARYANN K, ...... 313 FORMICHELLI. ANTHONY 205, 268. DEIRER, cows I. ......... 191, 310 Dom, NMOTHY K, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 220 FAHRENDORF, ANNE E. . 237, 242, 313 315 DELLOSA, ROBERT L. ........... 759 DOVLE, VIRGINIA ,,,,,, 194, 294, 311 FAICHNEY, DONALD B. ..... 229,313 FOSTER, JOHN JOSEPH ...... 207,315 DELONGIS, DENISE C. T,TT,-, 192' 274 DRABIKI ,EAN U. ...'UH 1 H 221, 312 FAIRFIELD, KAREN S. ............ 274 FOSTER, M- KEVIN ---'--' -- ' -' 251 DELP, KATHLEEN I. .............. 293 DRAGGA' CHARLES T' TTTTTEIETE 252 FAKHOURI. AZME N- --- ---- 314 FOSTER' STEPHEN C' "' 4" 229 DEI-PRETEI ANTHONY EITEITTEE 284 DRAPPI' LAWRENCE G. 1 1 ' ' . 1 . I V 266 FALAT, MICHAEL ,,,,, Tll, 3 14 FOTI, NICKOLAS ...... ..... 2 29 DELORENZQROSEMARY A- 310 DREI-Is,susAN M. .......... 236, 312 FMBJOSEPH UR- ----- -"- 3 I4 FOWLEKEDMUND HR' ' ' ' " 225 DELUCA, BARBARA M. ..... 194, 310 DRESELI DAVH3 L TSSTTT 200, 273, 312 FALBO, FREDRICA F. -... .... 2 66 FOX' KAREN D- A------------ 203144 DELUCA, DONNA M. ........... 263 DREW, MARY B. TTTTTISIITITTTTT 272 FANELLI, WILLIAM L. .,, .... 269 FOX. MARGARET M- ... ....W 272 DELU,MARlE T. ......- 283 oRIscoII, COLLEEN A, ... .... 289 FWZ' MARY M- ------ ---- 2 06 FOVMARGARU M' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'A 759 DELUCA, JOHN I. ............... 268 DROGAN, Lols 1, TTTTTTET TTT. 27 4 FARASEY, MINDY M. ,.......... 269 FRABOTTAI RICHAED S- -,-- 204, 313 DELUCA, JOSEPH W. ............ 282 DROMRSKL KAREN 1- Thl' 312 FARIEY, RONALD W. ,...... 200,268 FRANCIS, KATHIEY D. .----- gs DELVECCHIO, NICHOLAS ... zoo, 310 DROTLEFF, STEPHEN 1. M TETT 312 FARLEY,THERESA V. .. ...... 242 FR NUS' REBEC AS- --M -'--- DEMERS, STEVEN T. ......... 292, 310 DROUHARD, UNDA A. M TTTT 312 FARRELL, JOHN D. .... ...... 2 85 FRANCE' WILUAM R- -'- ----- 266 DEMEUIENAIRI, csonce ...... 225 DROSTEI MARY B, ,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 60 PARRELL,IAMfs F. .. .... 211,268 'RANKfCHR'5T'NfM' ------- 281 DI3MIcov.IcI-I, CAROLVN M. 239,310 DRUMM' CYNTHM STTTTT H 242 FARRELL, JANE E. ..... .... 3 14 FRANK' MARY ANNE ------- 260' DEMMA, MICHAEL C. .......... zzz DRUMMER, IOSEPH A' TTTTTT -H B0 FARRELL, JAMES R. ... .... 209 NYANKO' ANDREW? v- - - -v 1931316 DEMPSEY, KATHLEEN D. .... 192,310 DRUMMOND, DONALD pl ,Rh W 236 FARRELL, PAMELA I. ,. .... B2 FRANKO, STEPSTIEI M. ........ M 316 DEMPSEY, MICHAEL W. ......... 232 DUBYAK, RONALD G- E V 1,01 220, 312 FARRELL, MICHAEL R. ., .... 205 222231 QEEISTINE1 -'---- 1274 DEMPSEY, MARY C. ,.... .... 27 4 DUDZINSKII PATRICIA A. TTTIIVT 312 FASSLER, KAREN L. ..... .... 2 55 FRANZEN DIANE M 316 DEMPSEY, WILLIAM H. .......... 295 DUFF, RHONDA LYNN TTTTTTTTLT 244 FAULKNER, ANDREA I. .......... 203 A DENISE M ' f I 1287 DENAULT, RAMONA M. .... 192,310 DUFFEY, SUSAN T. TTTTTTTLTTTTTT 203 FAUST, HEIDI 5. ............ 198,265 ESAEZUNO ALBEML -------- ' 270 DENICOLO, MARIE A.F. ......... 283 DUFFY, BERNARD IVTTVTTTTITT 232 FAY, JEAN T. ......... ...... Z7 8 FRASCA RlCH'ARD K ' ' ' ' ' ' 279 DEPALMA, KATHLEEN R, . . .... B9 DUGANI1OSEpH M SEEETE 195, 261, 312 FAZIO, FLENA A. ..... ...... 29 3 FRASCEU-A ROBERT1 """"' ' ' 262 DEPRETA, JAMES M. .... ...... 3 10 DUGOVKS' PETER P. LLLLLLLLELL 312 FAzIo, NINA R. ............ 194, zss FRASER IOANNE A . ...bg E56 316 DEPRISCO, IUDITH A. ...... 203, 257 DUGASI WCHAEL 1. ,T-.,..,.,.L 278 FAZIOLI, M. DONATA ...... 239,265 FRAZIHQ IAMES E . .... , .246 DEPWEG, GARY L ...... ...... 26 2 DUKE, KATHLEEN M' T'-E'4. 197, 274 FECHER, MICHAEL .... ...... 27 9 FREEBU'iG NANdY'M """"" ' 280 DERUNK, IOHN .............. 220 DUNFORD,1OHN A- IEEI 'EIEEI 1 93 FEE, ANDREW ...... ...... 2 68 FREKING gUsAN M ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 316 DESANTIS, GLORIA P. ....... zaa, 242 DUNHAM, KRBUNE R. IILILILLL 289 FEDOR, CI-IERYL A. ... .... 264, 314 FRICK NANCY A ' --- ---'iii 287 DESCH, DEBORAH A. .,. , ..... 272 DUNN, DMNE L LLLLLLLILILLLLT 312 Fesxs, MARY A. ........ ..... 3 14 FRICKQD CHRIST'-NE M ------- 242' 316 DF.SCH,IOI-IN A. .... 195, 2.30 DUNNIMARHYNJI ILLI 221,312 FEHRENBACH, MARY D. .. .... 314 FRIEND 'COLLEEN M - 1267 IJE5CH,RosERTI. .... .... 1 95, zaz DUNNISUSAN ,I TTTT TLESES 3 12 FEIGHAN,BRIDGET A. .... .... za 0 FRlERO1T ELAINE N1 -------'-" 260 DESMEDT,DANIELl. .... ...... za 6 DUNNITHERESA K. LTTT 288 I1IeIcHAN,IcATHERYN K. .. .... 242 FROEUCP1 HENR1 M- 271 DESIMON, DANIEL P. ... .... 196 DUNMGAN, SUSAN TTTT W 293 FELEPPELLE, DENNIS I. ... .... 255 FRONINGIMICHAEL-H - - ' ' - ' A262 220 DESTEFANO, ROBERTJ. -1- ---- 225 DURBIN, MICHAEL A. .... ... 279 FELEPPELLEI DUANE' --- ---- 255 ,ROSS MQW G ' ""' 191' 220 DESTEFANO, ANN M. ........... 289 DURCZYNSK1, IOSEPH I 1 A -I 271 FELLENSTElN,THOMAS . . . .... 314 FRYE ISAVID Al:A'N' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 316 DESTEFANO, FREDERICK ........ 266 DURMNI DENNIS H, TTT, TTLTTT 3 12 FELTER, DOUGLAS P. .. . .... 270 Fuchs WILLIAM! ---- '4--- 281 DETERSJANET L. ......... .... 3 'IO DURKIN, GERARD1. TTTTTTTT 192, 234 FENDE, MARGARET L. ... .... 274 FUDGEf KH-VIN D - ------- - - - A -- 262 DETLEFSEN. KAY ANN ... ------ 260 DUTHALER, EDWARD M. ....... 210 FENELONI PAULA C- ------------ 254 FUHR 51 ARMS ' 11 """ 156 Q15 316 DEIWEILER, MARY IO ...... 239, Z74 DUVALI DAVID 1. LLIILIILL W 279 FENSTERMAKER, JOSEPH .... 223, 236 F LLAN VINCHHJB- W I 2231734 DEUTCH' MCHARD 5' " "'2" 269 DUYCHI RONALD I- ----- -- - 225 FERGUSON' RIHCARD T' """" 281 FBLLENIZAMP KATIILs'E'Il1'iii zoo' 316 DEVIN, KAREN A. ......... .... 2 69 DVORAKI LYNNE C. N . .'.". 312 FERNHOLZ, MARTIN A, .. . ..,. 285 FUI-LENKAMP1 PATRICIA I I 276 DIANTONIO, SUSAN C. ......... 265 DVORAKI JAMES A' 4-',-.'.' 283, 312 FERRALLI, SMAUEL A. , . , .,,, 263 FULLENKAMP1 STEVEN, ""' 316 DIAMOND, CAROLE L. ..... 209, 311 DVORSKY, BARBARA A, 1 1 .,-. 280 FERRARA, GLORY A. ..., ...,.. 2 93 LLER DANIELT - -"' 236' 316 DIAZ, TERESA K. ............ 267, 311 DVQRSRY, PAUL A. ..... .... zo 3 FERRARA. IOSEPH C, A.--.-- 229. 271 FULLER1 ON H ow A16-F '-" '316 DIBACCO, ROBERT s. ...... 219 DWYERIANN E, ,,44,,,. -,,. 2 63 FERRICK, MARION v. A...,A..... 289 :SNK DIANIN L - -- 269 DICE, EDWARD F. ..,. .... U 5 DWYERI CHRISTINE C. -I .'.. 255 FERRARA, MICHAEL N. .,...,,., 275 FUNK' DANIEL """ " 316 DICENSO, DINO ....... .... 284 DWYERIIAMES L- ...., A.A. 1 Q9 FERRISE, FELIX I- ,..,.,.. 193, 203, 261 FUNKt LAWRENCE A """' 316 DICICCO, MARIETTA I. . .. .... 265 DYBSKY, MARY p. . H IQDAD- 280 FERRONE, WILLIAM R. ,.,...,... 312 FURIA 'ROBERT ' " ' " ' ' ' 246 DICKINSON, VIRGINIA A. ....... 293 DZOPKO' 1OANN Arl' -4.-4--. 2 89 FERSTLF, WAYNE LEO .,..,.. 199, 314 FUSC'-in-ro """"' B1 DIEDEN, PATRICIA M. .... .,.. 25 3 EAK1-E, CHRISTINE E, .--A.--. 198, 289 FESTA, MICHAEL I. .............. 236 FUSCHE1-ro' Rocco ' '25-I DIEHL, BARBARA E, ..... .... za z EARNESTICHARLES1, W llhhl. 229 FESSLER, CHRISTINE E. ...... 196, zas f -- I 2513 316 DIENER, IOSEPH D. ... .... 225 EBB11-fl BERTRAND ' H -.-- 225, 312 FETE, TIMOTHY I. ....... ...... 281 ' FUSCO, JANET L. .,.... . GABEL, KENNETH R. ....... . GABELMAN, KENNETH J. .... . GABOS, CAROLE ANNE ..... GABRIEL, CAROL A. .. , . GABRIEL, VIRGINIA M. .,.. . GADD, RAYMONDJ. ..,..,. . GAEDCKE, WALTER K. ...... . GAFFNEY, MICHAEL L. ...., . GAFFNEY, ROBERTJ. .. . . GAHL, DANIEL JOHN . . . , GALICKI, ELIZABETH J. ..,. . 209, 237, 242, 229, GALLAGHER, BETTY J. .......... . GALLAGHER, BRIDGET R. CIALLAGHER, DENNIS R. .....,. . GALLAGHER, ROBERT J. ........ . GALLAGHER, NEIL F. . ......... .. GALLI, THOMAS J. ...,,.... . 195, GALLI, TIMOTHY P. ............ . GALLIGAN, MICHAEL G. CIALLO, PETER R. .,,........... . CALVIN, JOHN M. ............. . GAMALDI, MICHELLE I ..... GAMBINO, MICHAEL ..,.. .. 243, 224, GAMBINO, NICHOLAS J. ,... ,... GAMBS, DAVID EBERLE ......... GANDER, JAMES A. ............ . GARBACH, RAYMOND M. .... .. GARBO, JOSEPH J. ............. . GARCIA, WILLIAM J. ........... . GARDNER, GEORGE O. JR. GARDNER, MARGARET M. ..... . GAREAU, MARTIN F. .....,.,.. . GARIANO, JANET M. ..... . . .. GARLOCK, RICHARD C. GARLOCK, WILLIAM F. . .. . . . . . GARMOE, KAREN L. . . .. GARNER, JEAN M. ......... . 41242, GARNER, KATHLEEN T. ......,., . GARRABRANT, SALLY A. GARRITY, REGIS M. ....,....,.. . GARRITY, SUSAN C. .... 238, 242, GARTLAN, ANNE M. ........... . GARTNER, JOSEPH A. ..... .... . GARVEY, CHRISTINE M. ... , . , .. GARVIN, EILEEN T. ..... . GASSON, GALEN F. ....... .... . GASTINEA U, TH OMAS D. GATES, COLLEEN E. .........,.. . GATES, BRADLEY W. ........ 205, GATES, THOMAS H. .... GATTO, DIANE F. .,.,.. . GAUGHAN, ROBERT P. ... ... .. GAUVIN, PETER N. . .... . GAVIN, FRANCIS J. ............ . 21 8 31 6 277 31 6 269 31 6 266 234 31 6 268 31 7 257 251 269 31 7 273 201 224 268 254 31 7 23 2 287 31 7 204 31 7 270 292 1 99 E6 232 257 288 281 31 7 258 293 31 7 280 276 229 31 7 293 245 280 281 261 245 293 255 246 31 7 31 7 285 31 7 GAYDOS, LAURA M. ..,...., 208, 317 GAYER, THOMAS F. . . ...... 262 GAYNARD, JOHN ,.,..... ...... 1 98 GAYOSO, ALFONSO G. ..... 200, 317 GEARY, MARIANNE K. .......... 293 GEDDES, DOROTHY J. .... ..... 2 65 GEHRLICK,MICHAELJ. ........ . GEIGER, DENISE P. .......... 190, GEIS, JOHN J. ....... , GEISS, PAULA J. ..... ... GELBER, SANDRA K. .. . . GELINAS, JOHN P. ..... . GENAZE, KATHLEEN A. .... ..... GENOVESE, ROBERT J. GEORGE, MICHAEL B. GEORGE, MICHAEL H. GEORGY, JEFFREY J. .... , GERDEMAN, ALAN M. GERDEMAN, DAVID L. GERDEMAN, WILLIAM J. .....,. . GERDEMAN, ROBERT ..... ..... GERHARD, THERESE R. .... .... . GERHART, MARY C. . , .. GERKER, JAMES E. ..... , GERMAN, CAROL A. . . .. GERMAN, THOMAS F. GERRES, NANCIE M. . . .. GERRITY, RICHARDJ. . .. GERSON, BARRY L. ............ . GEKER, MICHAEL P. ...... . GEYER, MARY ANNE ........ 202, 242, GFROERER, ROBERT C. ... .... GHERARDI, ALBERT J. . .. GIBLIN, CHARLES .... . ....... 198 GIBSON, CAROL S. ... .... GIBSON, DAVID L. .. .. GIBSON, FRANK C. . .. . . . .. GIGLIO, JOSEPH M. .... ,... . GILBERT, ROBERT B. ... . GILBERT, TERRY A. .... GILL,JOSEPH G. .. .. GILLES, RUTH M. ......, . GILLESPIE, CAROL A. .. . GILROY, JAMES R. ...... . GILTNER, JAMES ..,...,,. GIORDANO, LAWRENCE F. . GIRARD, DAVID F. ..... . GIROUX, JOSEPH L. ..... , GITTINGER, KENNETH H, . GITTINGER, SANDRA M. GIUFFRIDA,MARKP. ...:EQ GLANCEY, MARYHELEN GLAsER,JOHNE. ..,,.. ... . GLASER,MARYLOUISE . 1 98, 242, 25, 237, GLASPEY, FRANK L. III .... .... GLASSHEIM, EDWARD C. GLASSMEYER, SHARON L. flfif if GLEISNER, SUSAN A. . . .. GLEISINGER,KARENI ...ffffuu GLENN, TERRI J. .....,..... . 196, 197, GLENNON, MARGARET A. ..... , GLENNON, MARY P. ...... . . .. I 31 7 272 281 E 2 280 255 195 285 282 1 90 264 295 220 220 195 21 8 31 7 262 265 31 7 260 271 206 31 7 31 7 262 195 280 208 1 93 267 2.34 1 99 285 285 31 7 E3 256 266 285 246 317 269 31 8 279 278 224 31 8 269 31 8 289 287 280 270 283 276 GLOEKLER, DIANE E, ....., 238, 318 HALLEY, THOMAS V. ,..,. .... H ERSHBINE, ROBERT I. .... .... 225 GMEINER, KATHLEEN A. ........ 318 HALPIN, JAMES NORTON ,...... HERTVIK, PHILIP E. ..... .... 25 9 GOAD, CECILIA C. .,...., 245, 318 HALVORSON, LAURA A. ...,.... HESS, CARL J. ..,....... .... 1 99 GOCKMAN, CHRISTINE J. .,..... 252 HAMBELL, GARY M. ......,..... HESSELI, DEBORAH I. ..... .... 3 20 GODDARD, DOUGLAS D. . 225,280 HAMBERG, WILLIAM ....... 199, HESSMANN, SHERRY L. ... . . .. 293 GOEDERT, EDMUND R. ,,..,. 273 HAMBROOK,COLETTE ......... HEITINGER, ANN MARIE ....... , 265 GOEKE, ANN M. ..... ... .... 276 HAMEL, BARBARAJ. .... .... H ICKEY, KATHLEEN M. ..... ..... 276 GOETZ, MARYLOU ... .... 218 HAMILL, MICHAEL R. ..... ..., H ICKMAN, RAYMOND W. ...... 295 GOETz,SUSANJ. ..., 269 HAMILTON, DAVID B. .... .... H ICKSON,LINDA D, ...., . .... 270 GOFF, JANICE C. ... .... 318 HAMILTON, JOSEPH M. ... .... HIEBLER. WILLIAM T- ........... 284 GOGUL, WALTER L. . .. .,.. 266 HAMILTON, ROBERT R. ........ . HIEGEL, RICHARD R- .I..... 223, 233 GOI-ISMAN, ELLEN M. ,... .,.. 1 96 HAMILTON, VIRGINIA T. .,.,... HIGGINBOTHAM. ROBERT . .... 265 GOLDBERG, HANK J. ........... 2.32 HAMMELRATH,THOMAS P. .... HIGGINS, CAROL A. ....,...... . 2.37 GOLDSCHMIDT, JANET L. .....,. 252 HAMMER, VICTORIA S. ..,...... HIGGINS, KAREN M. . ...... .... 283 GOLDSCHMIDT, LINDA C. ...... 318 HAMMERSMITH, LYNN D, ,,,,,, HIGGINS, MARY E. ..,... ..., 253 GOLDSTRAW, ROBERT G. ....... 279 HAMPEL, SANDRA M. ,..... 194, HIGGINS, MARGARET V. .... 288 GOLIBER, ROBERT H. ....... 190, 218 HAMPTON, BRIEN W. .,......... HIGGINS, MICHAEL R. .... .... 281 GOLINSKI, HELEN V. ............ 259 HAMPTON,GEORGE R. .... HIGGINS, ROSEMARY A. .. . 280 GOLOBISH, RONALD P. . 205, 292, 246 HAND, RICHARD ..........,... HILDEBRAND, JEAN M. ... .... 276 GOLLIBIESKI, SLIZANNE ..... ... 272 HAND, THOMAS,JOSEPH ......, HILLEBRAND, JOAN M, ... .... 281 GONDA, GARY T. ..,.,....,.... 255 HANLEY, MARY A. .,.,.,....,... HILLER, ANNE L. .,..... .....,. 3 21 GONZALEZ, MICHAEL A. ...,.... 268 HANLON, KATHLEEN M. ........ HILT, LINDA MARIE ... ... 208,321 GOODALL, THOMAS E. .... 318 HANNA,JOHN P. ......... .... H IMES, BARBARA L. 190 GOODEN, JOHN M. .... .... 2 25 HANNAN, ELLENJ. ........ .... H INDERS,JUDITH K. 192 GOODFELLOW, ANN K. ... .... 299 HANNEL, MARY JO ,........,... HINDERS, SARA L. ... .... 199 GOODLEAF, MICHAEL J. ........ 292 HANNIGAN, ALEXANDER J. ..... HINKEL, DONALD R. ...... .,.. 2 56 GORELL, CARL G. ........ .... 3 18 HANSEN, JOAN MARIE ......... HINES, MICHAEL R. ..........,.. 275 GORMAN, DANIEL R. ... ...... 318 HANSEN, MITCHELL v. .......,.. HINKEL, JOSEPH DENNIS ..,. .... 190 GORMAN, KEVIN C. .....,., 232,262 HANUSCHAK, MICHELE C. ,. 192, HINKEL, TIMOTHY M. ,... 290 GORNALL, DAVID A. .........., 236 HAP, JOSEPH ........... 199, 217, HINSMAN, MARY C. ..... .... Z7 2 GORNEY, JON L. .,....,........ 294 HARADON, DEBORAH L. .....,. HINTz, BARRY F. ........ . ,. 254 GORzKIEWICz, DELPHINE ...... 297 HARAR, ROBERT E. ....... .... H IPSKIND, DENNIS C. ,... .., 220 GOTTUNG, GREGORY M. .,..... 286 HARCAR, AGNES ....... .... H IPSKIND, MARY L. 263 GRABILL, GARY C. ........ .... 2 86 HARDESTY, MARTHA E. ........, HIPWELL, JOSEPH M. .... ,.. 269 GRACE,MARGARETM. ..... 319 HARDING, WILLIAM C. ......... HIRT,GERALYN M. 252 GRACE, MICHAEL D. ... ..... 228 HARDY, CAROLE A. .... 237, 263, HIRT, JEAN A. ....... ...... 321 GRAE, RICHARD P. ... .,... 204 HARGRAVE, SUSAN M. ......... HIVELY, NANCY K. .......... .... 194 GRAHAM, GARY S. . .. ..... 266 HARKINS, JERALYN F. ...,,.. 244, HOBBS, SHARON A. ........ 221,321 GRAHAM, TERRY G. ,... ...... Z1 0 HARKNESS, HARRY J. , ...,.. 284, HOCEVAR, GREGORY C. 200,268,321 GRAJA, LAWRENCE J. ....... 247, 318 HARMAN, DANIEL T. ..... ..,. HOCHWALT, DEBERAH A. ... . . 244 GRANGER, JAMES A. .... . .,.... 269 HARMON, GARY R. ........,... 245, 321 GRANNAN, MARY F. ,...,..,... 274 HARMON, KATHLEEN M. ,.,.,.. HOCHWALT, CATHY A. .......,. 239 GRANT, JOHN JOSEPH ...,.. 224,318 HARMON, MARYANNE C. .... .. HOCKWALT, MARCIA J. .... 264,321 GRASSINI, JEAN A. .............. 276 HARP, RUBY M. ........ 198, 222, HODGKINSON, CHARLE S A. 247, 268 GRAUERT, ALEXANDER W. ...... 2.33 HARRIS, LAKE W. .. ,.......... .. HODKEY, KENNETH P. ...... .. .. 275 GRAUSSO, MARIE L. ............ 263 HARRIS, LARRY D. ..........,... HOELLE, MARK WILLIAM ... 208,321 GRAWEMEYER, BONNIE M. 282, 318 HARRIS, LEE ...,.........,...... HOELLE, NEIL T. ,............... 234 GRAY, MARIAN L. .............. 259 HARROLD, THOMAS W. JR. ..... HOENIE, CURTIS W. ........ 190,321 GRECO, JOHN A. ....,... ..... 29 5 HART, MICHAEL G. ,............ HOERSTER, MICHAEL R. ....... . 252 GREENHORN, JOHN M. .. ..... 268 HART, PATRICIA M. ............ HOFMANN, DAVID A. ...... 223, 225 GREENWAY, LINDA ............. 265 HARTINGS, JAMES W. ....... 199, HOFFMAN, EUGENE .... ....,. 1 99 GREGG, WILLIAM G. JR. ,........ 271 HARTKE, RICHARD .....,..,..,. HOFFMAN, JAMES E. ... .... 321 GREGOWICH, VIVIAN G. ....... 274 HARTSOCK, RAYMOND E. .,.... HOFFMAN, JANET M. ,.... ,... 20 6 GREINER, THOMAS M, ... ..... 277 HARTWECK, DENNIS M. ,.....,. HOFFMAN, KATHLEEN Q. .... 321 GRENDYS, DONNA M. ........., 263 HARTY, DONALD E. ...... .... H OFFMAN, KATHRYN L. .. ..., 297 GRIFFITH, PATRICIA A. ...,. 243, 274 HASELTINE, DANIEL P. ,... .,., H OGAN, DANIEL J. .,.., ..,. 273 GRIFFITHS, JOSEPH F. ....... 203,266 HASKAMP, JOHN C. .... .... H OGAN, KAREN M. . . ..,. 291 GRILLIOT, RICHARD J. .......... 294 HASMAN, JAMES J. ... .... HOGAN, STEVEN A. ......... .,,. 321 GRILLIOT, WILLIAM I. ...., 230 HASSLER, JOAN G. ...... .... H OGAN,TIMOTHY C. ..... 290 GRILLO, RICHARDJ. ............ 224 HAUN, KENNETH R. .... .... H OHMAN, SUZANNE M. ........ 242 GRIMALDI, DAVID C. JR. ........ 199 HAUPL, KERRY C. ..... ...... H OILE, MARGARET A. . . 193,19B, 208 GRIMM, BRIAN M. ....,..,..... 277 HAWN, DIANE L. ...,...,.., 286, 225,281 GRIMME, GLEN ALBERT ,,... 206,222 HAYDEN, MARSHA K. .......... HOJNACKI, LYNN E. ......,..... 263 GRISWOLD, SCOTT FRANK ..... 191 HAYES, DANIEL J. ..... .......... H OLBORN, DONAL D C. .... 210,321 GROEBER, MARY M, ....,....... 253 HAYES, JERRY M. ....... 192, 234, HOLDCRAFT, KENNETH T. ..,... 321 GROH, SHARON L. ............. 265 HAYES, JULIE M. .... ........,. H OLDER, DONALD DWAYNE .... 321 GROSKY, DENNIS A. .... ..... 2 84 HAYES, NANCY K. .... ......,. H OLDHEIDE, JOHN H. ..... .... . 273 GROTE, JANE M. ..... .,.,. 28 0 HAYNES, JOHN ...,. .... H OLENCHAK, PETE R. ....... 294, 295 GROVE, BARBARA A. .........., 310 HEAD, J. THOMAS .... ,... H OLLINGSHEAD, SARA N. ...... 260 GROVE, SARAH A. ............,. 272 HEALY, MARY E. ........ .... H OLMES, KATHLEEN M. .., .... 270 GRUBENHOFF, ELAINE M. ... 242, 261 HEALY, RICHARD L. .... .... H OLMES, MICHAEL J. ..... .... 224 GRUBER, JOHN ............ 233,319 HEATH, RICHARD S. . ..... .... H OLSHUF, RAYMOND C. ,...,.. 270 GRUPENHOFF, JANICE M, ... 203, 244 HEBBELER, KATHLEEN M. ........ HOLTHAUS, JOHN G. ... .... 321 GUARDINO, MARYJANET. ..... 293 HEBEN, RICKJ. .,......,.. .... H OLLMAN, MARK S. ... .... 321 GUESMAN, GARY W. ........... 224 HEENEY, ELIZABETH A. .... .... H OLTz, JEAN M. ...... . . . . . 191 GUILLAUME,THOMAS B. .,..... 319 HEILIGENBERG, PAMELA ........ HOLYSZ, MARK V. 193,278 GUINAN, IANICE M. ........ 196, 253 HEILKER, KAREN A. ....... .... H OLZMAN, JEAN A. .... ...... 2 87 CUINAN, THOMAS K. .......... 255 HEILMAN, GREGORY R. ......,. . HOMAN, DANIEL P. JR. ......... 262 GULANICK, NANCY A. .......... 239 HEINEN, MARY M. .......... 286, HOMAN, DAVID A. ............. 199 GULETT, MICHAEL R. ........... 203 HEINLEIN, IRENE M. .... . ..... HOMAN,SANDRA M. .. 190 274,321 GUMP, SUSAN M. ..... . 242,265,319 HEINS, PETER H. ...... .... H OPPERT, BRUCE NOEL , ..,..,.. 322 GUSCHWAN, ELIZABETH J. .. 267, 319 HEINz, LYNN M. ...... .,.. H ORNER, JOHN J. ,,.........,. . 202 GUSCHWAN, MARY K. .,... 267, 319 HEISEL, MARY HELEN .........., HORNE, MARTIE A. .,...,.., 198,276 GUTEKANST, ANNE E. ........... 252 HEISEY, PHILIP M. .......... 232, HORNE, THOMAS V. ... .,.,.. 258 GUTHRIE, SUSAN L. ....... ..... 2 17 HEITBRINK, WILLIAM A. .... 202, HORNER, ROGER D. ...... .... 2 18 GUTHRIE, RONALD R. .... ..... 28 1 HEITZER, DENNIS J. .........,... HORNSBY, MARJORIE A, ,,,.,,., 260 GYORKY, JOSEPH C. .........,.. 258 HELLER, DANIEL P. ...... .... J-I ORRIGAN, NOREEN E, ,,,, 237, 322 HAAG, DORIS L. ................ 261 HELMIG, MARY J. ...... .... H ORST, THOMAS J. ..........,.. 292 HAAS, GREGORY P. ..... 201, 202,284 HELMS, WALTER J. ...,.......... HORSTMAN, PAUL W, ..,,,,,,,, 234 HAAS, CATHERINE M. .......... 196 HEMKER, GREGORY A. ......... HORTON, PETER G, ,,,,. 221, 242, 322 HAAS, DEBORAH L. ............. 251 HEMMELGARN, NED B. ..... 224, HORTONITONJ 5, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 98 HAAS, EDWIN H. ....... ..... 25 9 HEMMER, SHARON A. .......... HORWJ1-r, ROBERT ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 322 HABLE, DENNIS, JOHN ........., 230 HEMMERT, STEVEN J. ....... 201, HOSKINS, RJCHARD J, ,,,,,,,,,, 199 HACKER, DANIEL J. ......... 196, 264 HENDERSON, NANCY E. ........ HOUSER, GERALD M. ....... 199,322 HACKETI, COLLEEN M. ........, 257 HENDEY, PETER GEORGE 190, 218, HOUVOURAS, TIMOTHY P. . . .. 204 HACKE1'r,THOMAS B. ...... 199,319 HENDRICKS, MICHAEL E. 191, 242,322 HAEFR, MARY B. .,......... 190,319 HENKEL5, WILLIAM J. ....... 191, HOWARD, JAMES O. ....... 228, 246 HAGAN, ELIZABETH O. ......... 256 HENLEIN, MARK WILLIAM ...... HOYING, JAMES J. .... , ..,.. 224 HAGEDORN, WILLIAM SM ...... 319 HENN, SUSAN M. ............... HOYING, JOAN M. ... .... 322 HAGEMAN, MARY A. ......,.... 259 HENNESSEY, EDWARD D .... ..... H OYING, PAUL A. ...... .... 2 68 HAGERTY, WILLIAM J. .... .... 23 0 HENNESSEY, JUDITH A. ......... HUDSON, FRANCIS W. . 270 HAIGH, DAVID C. ...... .... 2 84 HENNINGER, MARYANNE199, 217, HUELSENBECK, ALLEN J. 214 HAIGHT, RICHARD I. ... .... 266 HENRICH, CHARLES J. ,......... HUGHES, FLORENCE A, ,, ,H gg HAILE, JAMES W. ....,.. ..,. 27 9 HENRY, ELIZABETH J. .,...,..... HUGHES, JANICE M. ...... .... 2 80 HAINES, THERESE ......... .... 2 81 HENRY, MARIA T, .... ....., H UGHES, JOHN THOMAS ....... 224 HAINRIHAR, EDWARD J. ........ 220 HENRY,MARY A. ........... 242, HUGHES,THOMAS J. ........ 1. . 266 HAINRIHAR, NELLIE H. .......,.. 265 HENRY, WILLIAM J. ............. HUNT, EDWARD ,,,,,,,,,,, 209' 322 HALAS, LINDA A. ,..... ..... 2 81, 209 HENSKE, CHRISTOPHER W. ...... HUNT, GAIL L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 239 HALDEN, AILEEN M. ........ 221, 260 201, J-JURAK, JAMES ANTHONY .",.. 230 HALDENI BARBARA A- -4-- 273- 319 HENTRICH, TERRY E. ....,... 145, HURLBURT, NANCY J. .......... 322 HALEY, ROSEMARY ....- .--.-- 2 70 HENWOOD, MICHAEL A. , ...... HURLEY, EDWARD P. ..... .... 275 HALKOIIOSEPH M- ------ 753 HENZ, EDWARD CIR. ...... 234,320 HURLEY, KATHLEEN M. 265 HALL- CHARLENEA- ----4- 198-222 HERALD, RICHARD F. ,..... 271 HURLEY, JAMES F. ..... . .... 258 HALL- RICHARD R- 4----- '----'- 2 H5 HERBERS, JOAN M. ... .... 270 HURLEY, JAMES M. .... .... 295 HALLAHAN CAROIYN R- '---4-- 752 HERBST, DONNA M. .... .... 27 0 HURLEY, MAUREEN L. ... ,... 290 HA'-LAL- THOM G- 4-I- --- ---- 205 HERHOLD, JEFFREY R. ... .... HURLEY, PATRICK R. .... ,... 262 HALLERI RESA A- --- --- ---A 319 HERRON, LAURA M. .... .... H URRAY, BARBARA E. ... ..., 263 HURWITZ, LAURENCE P. .. HUSS, SUSAN E. ........, , HUSSEY, DENNIS C. ..,... . HUTCHINSON, GEORGE H. HYLEN, JANICE R. ....... , IACOVONE, BARBARA K. . ....22B ...,322 285 .....279 322 322 IAMMARINO, NICHOLAS K. ,... 284 IANNUZZI, ANN M. ..... . IARUSSI, PETER W. ....... . IGEL, RUTH A. ......... . ILLIG, JANICE E. ..,...... . IMPERIALE, MICHAEL A. .. 293 INGER, STEVEN L. ....... 198 INSCHO, JOHN R. ......, . IPPOLITI, MARK F. .... .. IRWIN, MARYLINDA ..... ISRAELSON, CAROL A. JABLONSKI, JOHN 9. .... . JABLoNSKI,JUDITH M. JACKSON, MARGARET H. . JACKSON, PATRICIA A. JACKSON,THOMASJ. JACOBELLLSHEILAI. JACOBS, SU2ANNE JACOBY,cHARLES P. JACULLO,JEAN L. .. JAKSE,JEANNEM. .. JAKAB, JILL E. ..... . JANDA,MARIANC. .. 278 274 263 203 207,322 269 223,225 192,283 322 229 280 322 322 232,323 259 293 233 239 323 276 280 JANKE, ROBERT A. .... .... 2 46, 284 JANOFF, LEE WILEY ... ..... . 242 JANUS, PAUL S. ......... .... 23 2 JASEN, GREGORY M. ... .... 295 JASKOWSKI,PAUL K. ... .... 255 JASKULSKY, GEORGE ........... 323 JASPERS, JAY ROBERT ....... 199, 207, 217,323 JAYE, STEPHEN F. . . . .... 246,284 JEHN, PAULJOHN .... . .. 195,323 JELLEY, JODY A. ............ 243, 254 JENNINGS, JAMES A. .... ...... 3 23 JENNINGS, JANET C ...... ...... 2 88 JENNINGS, JOANN K. ....,.. 286,323 JENNISON, KATHRYN R. .... 293, 239 JENSEN, JOHN R. ......... .... 3 23 JEWETT, STEPHEN F. . 200,202, 223,323 JILEK, JANICE M. ...... ......., 3 23 JIRKA,JOHN ..... ............ 1 99 JOB, JOSEPH A. .. ........ 233 JIRA, GAIL A. ..........,.... 198,283 JIRA, JAMES L. .............. 242,262 IOHANSON, STEPHEN A. ........ 258 JOHNESEE, MARY E. ........ 243, 276 JOHNESEE, WILLIAM A. ..... 199, 323 JOHNS, GARY M. ....... ....... 2 25 JOHNS, STEPHEN R. ... . . 262 JOHNS, THOMAS C. ... ... 236 JOHNSEN, AMRY S. ............. 243 JOHNSON, DEBORAH O. ... 242,287 JOHNSON, MARY JO A. ,........ 323 JOHNSON, ROBERT C. .......... 323 JOHNSON, STEPHEN A. ..... 199,203 JOHNSON, SUSAN P. ....... 242,323 JOHNSON, SUSAN R. ... .... .. 242 JOHNSTON, JAMES P. ... .. 246 JOHNSTON, JOSEPH W. ... .... 203 JONES, GARY R. ....... . JONES, GLENN T. .. JONES, JESSICA A. .... .. JONES,JOANNEM. .. JONES, KATHY A. .. JONES, MARILYN L. JONES, WILLIAM J. .,.... . JORDAN,THOMAS A. JORDAN,vIvIAN ....... JORDA, WILLIAM F.JR. JORDANEK, LINDA L. .. JOST, EARL B. ....... . JOYCE, MARY J. .... .. JOYCE, KAREN A. ..... .. JULIAN, VINCENTJ. . . . .. JUNG, WILLIAM R. .... . JUTTE, CHARLOTTE L. .... . JUZKIEWICZ, MARILYN A, KACIR, ROBERT EMERY .. . KACVINSKY, WILLIAM A. . KACZMARSKI, THOMAS A. KADAR, JUDITH E. ..,.... . KAI-ILE, THOMAS W. .... . KAISER, DUANE R. ..,.... . KAISER, JUDY A. ......... . KALISZEWSKI, RAYMOND KALO, BARBARA J. ...... . KAMOWSKI, DENNIS D. .. KAMINSKI, ROBERT W. ... KANE, MATTHEW F. JR. ... KANE, MICHAEL J. ..... . KANE, WILLIAM E. .. .. KANIESKI, KAREN L. ..... . KAPCAR, DENNIS A. .... .. KAPCAR, MARGARET L. ... KARHOFF, MARJORIE P. .. KARWOSKI, PAULA M. . .. KASSAR, COLLEEN A. .... . KASTILAHN, DOUGLAS W. KASUBINSKI, ROBERT M. . KATES, BARBARA F. ...,.. . KAUSCH, CYNTHIA A. .... KAUFMAN, KEVIN J. ..... . . . . . 193 225, 256 238, 323 255, 323 242, 324 . . . . B5 . . . . 234 206, 263 . . . . 237 198, 207 217, 324 272 279 242,324 282 245,262 199 ZBO 260 324 324 199,324 199 210 252 291, 324 209, 256 209, 289 199, 264 . . . 211 256 324 269 255 190, 324 281 190 218, 283 263 286 2.14 269 288 ......262 KAUFFMAN, RAYMOND F. ...... 211 KAUFMANN, JAMES L. .......... 232 KAUFMAN, GARY C. ........ 223, 225 KAUFMAN, MARK E. ....,.. 223, 224 KAUFMAN, MARY E. ...... .... 3 24 KAUFMAN, RONALD U. .. KAZMIERSKI, DENNIS A. .. 190 ....262 KROUSE, KATHLEEN S. .... KEANY, IANICE M. ..... . KEARNEY, CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY, MARY E. ....... .. .. KEARNS, MARY P. .... KAUSCH, DAVID J. . . . KEEHAN, JOHN B. .. KEELER, ROBERT K. ... KEELEY, ANNE B. .......... .. .. KEENAN, DEBORAH A. .... .... 196, KEHOE, ROBERT L. .,... ...., . KEHOE, THOMAS J. ... . . . . 210, KEIHL, MARY K. ..,. .,.. 2 80, KEIL, PATRICIA E. ... . . . . 286, KELL, JAMES L. . .... .. 243 KELLEHER, JAMES W. ........ 198, KELLEHER, KENNETH J. .. .. . . .. KELLER, KATHRYN F. ...,.. .. .. KELLER, MARK ................. KELLEY, DANIEL EDWARD ....... KELLEY, SUELLEN . . . ......., . . . . KELLNER, THOMAS J. ..... .. .. KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KEELY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, KELLY, ANN C. ...,... .. . . BERNARD, D. . . ...,.. . . DANIEL ..,.. .... 208, DENNISR.... ELEANOR M. .. .... 242, JOHN S. .,,.... .,... . KATHLEEN S. .. .... KEVIN G. ....... . . . . . MARIE LOUISE ....,..... MARY M. .............. . MARY C. ........ 263, 294, PATRICIA A. .......,.... . PATRICIA A. ....,....... . SUSAN G. ........... 267 THOMAS ROHMAN ..... TIMOTHY .. .,., .,...... . KEMP, KAREN M. . . . . . . . KEMP, MARY K. .... ....... . KEMPER, MARY L. ..... ,... . . . .. KEMPERT, RICHARDJ. .. 219, 283, KENNARD, STEPHEN W. ........ . KENNEDY, HENRY J. .... . . . . KENNEDY,JEFFREY K. . .. .... KENNEDY, MARY M. .... ... . KENNEDY, KATHLEEN G. . . .. .. KENNEDY, NANCY J. .... .... KENNEDY, SUSAN J. .....,..... . KENNELLY, JOHN FARLEY . .. 229, KENNELLY, FRANCIS J. ,..... . . . . KENNEY, BRIAN P. ,........ . KENNEY, KEVIN M. ............ . KENNY, MARK GEORGE KENTRUP, CATHERINE L. ..... ... KEPIC, PETER E. ............. 325, KERBER, NANCY J. ...... ..... . KERBI5, LYNNE M. .... KERFZSI,MARY M. ........ . KERKHOFF,STEVEN J. ,..... . KERWIN,MICHAELI. KESEL, GAIL A. ......... .... KESNEY, THOMAS E. ...,.. .... KESSLER,CAROLYN M. . KESSLER, CYNTHIA I. KESTER, KAREN M. .. KEYSER, MARY K. ...., . KIEP,IRENED.. .. KIESEWETTER, KATHY E. KIKTA, DONALD C. ..... ... KILBANE,PATRICKI. KILEY,ROBERTI. KILIAN, BONNIE C. .... . KILKENNY, PATRICE R. .. KILI.,JOHN F. . ....,.. . KILL, KAYLEEN M. ... .Qf'222, KILL, CATHERINE A. ... KIMBALL, MARK O. ... KIN,MICHAEL A. . . . . Qff'203, KING, MICHELLE M. . . . KING, ROBERT F. ......... . . .. KING, STEPHEN DOYLE .. . .... KlNGSLAND,HELENE R. KINGSEED, COLE C. .... KINNANE, ELLEN C. . . . . . KINNEY, KATHLEEN J. . .. . . .. KINZIG, WILLIAM ... ... KIRBY,CLARKEV.JR. KIRCHER,CONR'ADJ. ......... . KIRCHNER, RICHARD R. 211, KIRGAN, PATRICK F. .... ..,.. . KIRSCH, RICHARD J. .. . . .. Y 205, 192, 325, 193, KISH, THOMAS W. KISSEL, SHARON L. ...., .... KISSINGER, MICHELE S. . .. .. .. KIYAK, JOHN M. ..... ...... . KLAES, JULIA A. . ..... .... 2 43, KLAK, JOYCE A. ...... ..... . KLAUS, MARGARET A. ...... 203, KLECKER, PATRICIA M. ..... 238, KLEE, ROSEMARY E. .......,.,. . KLEESATTEL, CHARLES T. ....... . KLEIN, JEAN A. ................ . KLEIN,JOHNR. ,,..... KLEIN, MARY K. ........ 221, 254, KLEIN, MARY E. ,..,. . ..,.... ... KLEINBERG, MARY L. . .. KLEINHENZ, DAVID J. . .. KLEINHENZ, NED J. ... KLEISLEY, ROGER I. . .. KLEMENS, PATRICIA J. ..,..,... . KLESHINSKI, KRISTINE ..,..,.... KLIMAS, ROBERT PAUL . .... 218, KLINE, PAUL JOSEPH ............ KLINE, TERRY L. ..........., 245, KLINE, WILLIAM H. ..... 191, 204, KLINEC, JOSEPH G. ............ . KLINGE, WILLIAM M. ... . . . . . 287 255 283 324 286 324 232 260 272 233 324 245 324 255 203 254 293 324 324 276 275 294 1 90 324 259 324 229 256 255 324 1 96 324 209 281 3 Zi 3 25 203 280 1 96 27 6 325 1 93 1 90 285 263 263 27 2 325 325 259 283 195 1 99 274 2.3 6 260 283 222 325 236 270 285 1 93 259 270 27 6 238 245 1 93 236 269 325 269 199 245 256 279 271 192 208 1 91 293 325 255 2.37 1 99 232 1 95 268 252 325 325 198 289 325 260 263 325 325 293 245 281 204 325 254 1 93 284 1 99 285 270 270 325 1 98 325 325 290 204 KLINSPORT, DAVID K. .. KLOEBLEN, PAUL A. ..,,. . KLOOS, GEORGE A. ....... . KLOSTERMAN, DONALD L. . KLOSTERMAN,JOAN M. .. . . KLUCIKOWSKI,JUDITH E. ... KLUDING, WILLIAM L. ..,.. . KLUSAK, KAREN F. ... KLYN, WILLIAM C. .. . . KNOPKE,JEANNEM. .. .. KNEDLER, GARY L. ......... . KNESBORO, JUDITH A. .... . KNIEP, MARTHA E. .....,.. . KNIGHT, ARTHUR EDWARD 209, 224, 198, KNIGHT, PHYLLIS G. ........ 209, KNIGHT,VIRGINIA E. ... 192, 276, KNOLL, MARY K. ............,. . KNOX, CHRISTINE M. ... .... KNUDSON, MARY M. .... .... KNUEVEN, ELIZABETH C. .. KOBIE, DANIEL . . .... .. KOCH, SUSAN C. ......., . KOCHAN, GAIL M. .....,.., .... KOCHMIT, ROBERT W. JR. KOEHLER, MARY ANN .......... KOEHLER, MARK EDWARD ...., KOEHN, MARGARET M. .... . KOENIG, FREDERICK M. .. KOENIG, GEORGE J. JR. ... KOERNER, KAREN S. .... . KOERNER, GERALD M. ... ... KOESEL, JOYCE A. ..... . . . KOESSLER, JOHN III ......... KOFFEL, KATHERINE B. ..... . KOLDA, JANET M. . ,,.,, .... KOLUDROVIC, NANCY K. .... KONESS, KAREN M. .. ...... KONRAD, MARIANNE ...... KONST, JOYCE A ..., ..,...,. KOPCZYNSKI, KATHLEEN .... KORB, KATHLEEN M. .... KORDIK,JOHN P. JR. .. KORYL, JOHN C. ..,..,. . KOSCICK, KENNETH G. ... KOSCIQLEK, JAMES J. ..,.... . KOSHEBA, LOISJ. . .,.. ... KOSINS, GARY J. ...... . . . KOSHOFFER, SUSAN E. ..... . KOSLOW, BARBARAJ. .. . KOSNIK,THADDEUS S. ... KOSZALKA, ELIZABETH J. .... KOTOWSKI, NANCY J. .... .. KOTOWSKI, SUSAN M. ,.., . KOVACH, STEPHEN R. ....., . KOVACS, STUART M. .....,, . KOZIOL, RUDOLPH B. JR. 199, KOZLOVIC, JOHN M. ...... . KOZLOWSKI, STEPHEN H. . . . KOZMA, STEPHEN .........,. KOZONASKY, PAUL M. ..... KRABACHER, MARLEEN T. ... KRAFT, DENNIS RICHARD ... KRAFT,JOHN H. ,,......,... . KRAICOVIC, PHILIP P. ... KRAMARIK,JOHN K. .. KRAMER,JOHN D. ..... . KRAMER,JOHN PHILIP .... KRAMER,MICHAEL R. ...... . KRAMER, SHARON M. ...,. . KRAPF,JUDITH E. .. ....,... .. KRAUS,ANN ....,..... ..... KRAUS, GEORGE WILLIAM .. KRAUS, ROBERTT. ...,..... . KRAZIT, JAMES P. ........., . KRAYER,JEANNE A. ....., .. KREBS, CHARLES DAVID ..,. KREBS, JACQUELINE .....,.. KRECHTING, RONALDJ. .... . KREMER,JAMES L. ...... . KREMER,PAULT. ........ .. KREMER, RICHARD G. ...... . KREMER, ROSEMARY ....... KREPLING, PATRICE M. KRETZ, MARY J. ....,.... ... KRETZ, LAWRENCE O. ...... . KRETZ, ROBERT F. ..... . . . KROGER, DAVID J. ......... . 242, 294, 264, 193, 194, 202, 239, 198, 223, 191, 199, 233, 201, 197, 234, 195, 210, 238, 320, 201 , KROL, JAMES A. ........ 223, 224, KROSCHWITZ, KENNETH F. ,... . KROUSE,GARY W. ............ . KRUMHOLTZ, JOHN A. ... KRUPP, SANDRA L. ..... . KRUTSICK, STANLEY J. . .. KUC, JEFFREY N. .............,. . KUOLIN,IOANN M. .......,.., . KUHN, CHARLES FRANCIS KULZER, CHRISTOPHER D. ..... . KUNIGONIS,THOMAS G. ....., . KUNKLER, BARBARA A. ... KURITAR, KAREN A. .... . KURZINSKI, ALAN D. .... KUSINSKI,ANTHONY G. .. KUZIO, MARIANN F. .... KUZMICK, KAREN A. ... ... KUZMIC, MICHAEL .... .... KUZMICK, JAMES M ..... 224, KYNE, JOSEPH M. ..,.,. ,.... . LABNO, BRUCE A. ..,., .... 195, LUCIURA, PHILIP P. ...... ...... . LACKNER, EDMUND K. .... ,... . LACKNER,JOHN M.JR. . 195, LACENERE, ANTHONY M. ... 199, 190, LACHESKY, SUZANNE M. . ...... . LACKEY, STEVEN L. .....,...... . LACY, RITA L. . .......,...,... .. LADOLCETTA, PATRICK J. ... 200, LAFAZIA, STEPHEN R. ..... .,.. LAFFERTY, MICHAEL R. ... .... LAGHI, DANIEL A. ..... . LAHOOD, MICHELLEJ. ... .... LAING, BARBARA A. ...... .... LAKAROSKY, PHILIP E. .... .... LALLY, WILLIAM R. .... . LALOND, MARY E. ..... . LAMB, MARCELLA A. .. . LAMB,SUSIEC. ......,..,. LAMBERT, BRIAN V. ........... . LAMBERTON, MARGARET A. LAMONICA, PAUL C. .......... . LAMORTE, LOUIS A. ........... . LANAHAN, KEVIN L. .. LAND, GREGORY E. .... ... .... LANDEN,GRETCHEN M. .. .... LANDRIGAN, THOMAS ... .... LANG,JOHN A. ..... .. LANGE, DEBORAH A. ....... 219, LANOENKAMP, M.D. ... LANOER, KENNETH L. LANOLEY,IUDY A. LAPORE,ARTHUR R. .... LAPORTE, ROBERTA A. LARISON,SUZANNE M. ..... 238, LARKIN, DANIELJ. ..... . LARKIN, JAMES W. .... LARKIN,JOYCE M. ... LARKIN,IOHN W. ..... . LARKIN, MARGARETJ. .. LARKIN, MAUREEN A. .. LARKIN, NANCY V. ..........., . LARKIN, SUSAN E. ............. . LAROCCA, CONCETTINA A. .... LARSON, BARBARA M. ........ . LATKEY, SUSAN ..,,............ LAUBACHER, BARBARA J. LAUBER, KATHLEEN B. LAURIE,CHARLES R.JR. ..... 209, LAVAIA, FRANCISJ. .. LAVIELLE, LYNNE A. ... LAWLER, NED J. ..... . fff'210. ....201, LAWLER,THOMAS V. ....... 234, LAWRENCE,STEPHEN T. ... .... LAWSON, MARY E. .... . LAWTEN, RICHARD C. .. LAYMAN, FAYE E. ... . ....242, LAZAREDES, PETER J. ........ 294, LAZARAZ, RICHARD V. ........ . LEACH, ROBERT S. .......... 324, LEAHEY, DOUGLAS P. . . . LEAL, JOSEPH A. ...... . LEARY,JOHN J. ..... . LEAVY, MARYANN J. ... LEAVY, REGINA K. ............. . LEBRATO, MARY T. ............ . LECLAIR, IEANNE M. .... 218, 243, LEE,GARY A. ........ ... LEE, RAYMOND T. .,.... . LEE,THOMAS .,......... LEHNER,ANTHONY DEE . LEHNIS, PATRICIA E. .... . LEHREN, JEFFREY D. ...,. . LEIBERT, MARILYN K. LEIBOLD,VIRGINIA C. .. LEIS, DONNAIEAN . LEISINC,LARRY B. . LEKAN,IOHN E. . LEKAN, RECISI. ... LEMMENS,FRED .... LENC, KATHLEEN A. LENNEY, MARYANN .... LENNON,STEPHEN L. LENTZ, JOHN M. ...... . LEOMBRUNO, PHILIP B. . LEONARD, PAUL C. .... . 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LONG, JULIANNE ........... LONG, NANCY E. .... . LOPEZ-SILVERO, M.S. . . 218, 239, 265 LOPRESTI, CHARLES A. .... .... 2 05 LORENZ, STEVEN I. ..,.. .... 3 31 LORETTO, ROBERT A. ... .... 281 LOUCHREY, KEVIN ..... ..,. 2 70 LOVELACE, FRED C. III .. ,... 270 LOWE, IOHN R. ....... .... 2 45 LOWE, WILLIAM T. .. .... 245 LOzAN, BEVERLY A. ............ 331 LUBE, CAROL A. ........,....... 331 LUBELEY, JANELLE ..,... 239,242,261 LUCCHINO, KAREN ..,...,..... 293 LUCIA, DANIEL I. .,., .... 2 64 LUDWIC, KARL W. .... .... 2 11 LUKAS, DONALD I. .,.. .,,. 2 64 LUKAVIC, ROBERTJ. ... .... 230 LUKCSO, WILLIAM A. 331 LUKES, STEPHANIEJO ... .,.,. . 331 LUKES, IAMES .............. 230, 331 LUMBARD, STEPHEN O. ... .... 210 LUMPP, KATHLEEN A. ... .... 289 LUPIA, ANTHONY E. ... .... 269 LUTZ, FRANK ....... ..., 2 32 LUTz,IANEMARY ... .... 293 LUX,WILLIAM P.IR. 224 LUZI,ALDENL. .. 224 LYNCH, DIANE S. .... .... 2 93 LYNCH, KIERAN v. .. .... 258 LYNCH, MARK A. ...... .... 2 55 LYNCH, PATRICK E. .... ........ 2 32 LYNCH, ROBERT I. ... ..... 262,331 LYNCH, SHARON M. . .. 238,242,331 LYND, MICHAEL W. ............ 282 LYONS, JOHN C. IR. . .. .... 259,331 LYONS, IOHN E. ..... . .... 200 LYONS, WAYNE A. ..... .... 2 55 LYONS,WILLIAM R. ...... .. 225 LYSACHT, PAULA I. ......... 199, 331 LYTLE, JOHN K. ......... 199,220,331 MAAC., KRISTEN B. ............. 270 MAAS, HENRY FRANK ........,. 331 MACCONI, PETER H. IR. .... 294, 295 MACDONALD, ALAN C. . ...... 255 MACDONALD, MARK R. ... .... 331 MACEL,ROBERTA. .. 273 MAC EWEN, SANDRA A. ... .... 273 MACKE, TIMOTHY I. ..... .... 2 71 MACKIN, JAMES S. ........ .... 2 50 MADAMA, HERMAN E. .... .... 2 84 MADAY, ROBERT A. ..... ..... 3 31 MADDEN, WILLIAM D. ..... 193,234 MADDOX, DAVID A. .... ..... 2 00 MACATII, CHARLES V. . . .... 331 MAGEE, JOAN E. ,..... ... 331 MAGGIO, ALAN L. ............. 225 MACCIO, THOMAS C. ...... 223, 235 MACINNI5, STEPHEN T. ......... 295 MACRAS, CLEMENT I. . . . ... 331 MAGRATH, JOSEPH I. .... . . . 205 MAGUIRE,JOHN A. ..... .... 2 79 MAHONY, MARTIN,I. ... .... 331 MAHONEY, MARY E. .. ....... 331 MAISCH, IOHN I. ............... 273 MAJERICK, STEPHEN C. . 205,261,331 MAINI, NANCY I. ............... 272 MAKSTUTIS, EVA M. ............ 331 MALCHANO, MARY BETH ...... 331 MALLOY, MARTIN L. ....... 224,331 MALLOY, MARYKAY .... ..... 2 93 MALLOY, REBECCA A. .......... 260 MALONE, JAMES P. ............. 284 MALONE,IOHN I. ...... 229, 271, 284 MALONE, JOSEPH P. ............ 219 MALONE, KATHLEEN ........... 219 MALONE, KATHLEEN ANN ...... 270 MALONEY, FRANCIS D. .... .... 2 63 MALONEY, FRANCES A. .... .... 2 00 MALONEY, WILLIAM T. ......... 253 MALTER, FRANK I. .,............ 286 MANCINI, NICHOLAS A. .... 222,331 MANCINI, MICHAEL W. ........ 228 MANCO,THOMAS I. .. ... 190 MANN,STEPHEN M. ..... 269 MANNING, WILLIAM I. .. ..... 232 MANNIX, JOSEPH K. ........ 192, 332 MANNIx, MARILYNN V. .... 239,332 MANOLIO, IAMES M. .... ...., 2 95 MANTINI, JOHN C. ............. 203 MANTOVANI, ROBERT I. .... 206,332 MANTZ, ROBERT I. ..... 190,202,332 MANUPELLA, MARY T. ...... 242,332 MANUEL, DAVID ...... ....... 2 55 MANUEL, HENRY L. .... .... 1 93 MANZA, HARRY L. ........ .... 2 30 MAQSUD, CHARLES I. ..,....... 200 MARBAUGH, KATHLEEN A. ..... 281 MARAN, MARK D. ..,.......... 284 MARAS, BARBARA A. ....... 191,244 MARBERGER, STEVEN D. ......., 201 MARCEY, THOMAS S. ..... .... 3 32 MARCH, JOSEPH V. ............. 277 MARCUCCI, NICHOLAS C. .... . .. 284 MARCY, RAYMOND ............ 232 MARCO, DANIEL A. ........,... 332 MARCUERITE, WILLIAM A. ...... 286 MARINO, ROSE .. ............. 332 MARINO,TONY ......... .... 2 55 MARK, MICHAEL E. .... .... 2 62 MARKER, MICHAEL T. .... ..... 1 95 MARKISOTO, PAUL R. .......... 258 MARKUS, DONALD R. . . 198, 221, 245 MAROUEZ, EERNANDO ........ 279 MARSHALL, TH ERESA A. .... 208,332 282 MARSICO, SAMUEL Q. MARTELLO, JAMES P. ...... . MARTEN,THOMAS A. . . MARTIN, DAVID J. .... MARTIN,JOAN V. .. 205, 332 284 236 332 MARTIN, KEVIN C. .. MARTIN, ROBERT K. ... .... MARTINI, PAUL W. ...Q MARTOCCI, SUSAN V. ..... . MARTOCCI, DIANE M. .... . MARTUCCI, EILEEN D. MARTOGLIO, IOHN A. . 204 , ' ' 203, 332 '196, 256 332 MARTIN,THOMAS .... . ....... . 245, 271 332 MARTINEZ, JOSE R. ............ . 242, 332 2752 289 245, 284 MARTONE, LOUISJ. ........... . MARX, CHRISTINE M. ..... .... MASCARI, MICHAEL J. ... MASCIANTONIO,ANGEIO .. MASCOLO, CRAIG M. ...... . MASLANKA, DANIEL C. .. MASON, BONNIE E. .... . MASON, ROMELIA G. ... MASSA, ARTHUR E. ..... . MASSEY, RICHARD A. ... MASTANDREA, JOSEPH R. MASTELLER, EVELYN M. . . MASTERSON, ROBERT P. . MASTRIANO, MARIAN K. MASTRIANNI, ANTHONY P. .. MATEREK, ANTHONY J. .. MATEY, MARY ANN ..... MATHEWSON, DANA W. MATHIASEN, LINDA S. ... MATTHEWS, MAUREEN R. MATTHEWS, GEORGE A. . MATTINGLY, PAUL R. .... MATUSIK, RICHARD W. . MATUSZAK,JAMES A. . . . MAUCH, SANDRA J. .... . MAUCHE, JACQUES K. ... MAY, JAMES B. ....... . MAY KENNETH F. ...,. . MAYHALL, MICHAEL J. .. MAYNARD, F. GERALD .. MAZZA, ROSE A. ...... . MAZZUCA, SALVATOREJ. MAZZUCCO, PHILIP ..... MAZZUCCO, ANNMARIE MCARDLE, TIMOTHY J. .. MCAULEY,THOMAS F. .. MCAULIFFE, PAUL M. .... MCBARRON, ANDREW R. MCBRIDE, MARY C. .... . MCBRIDE, RICHARDJ. ... MCCABE, JEFFREY A. .... . MCCABE, MICHELLE L. ... MCCABE,WILLIAM J. .... MCCAFFREY,CHRISTINE . MCCAFFREY, WILLIAM J. . MCCALL, DONA E. ..... . MCCANN, CATHLEEN M. MCCANN, JAMES S. .... . MCCANN, MARTIN E. ... MCCARTHY, DAVID L . .. MCCARTHY, EDWARD R. 255 281 218 278 332 273 237 237 279 332 332 333 192, 210 238, 333 282 278 281 281 333 237, 242 234 191 333 208 286, 333 236, 27 3 198 333 333 245 237 333 284 203,244 MCADAMS, MICHAEL J. JR. 190, 218,333 192, 225 225, 283 22I 33 28' 222 259 289 333 271 266 24l 33? 23 33 33 3 3. 33 MCCARTHY, G. DANIEL ......... MCCARTHY, JAMES F. ...... 260, 291 MCCARTHY, CATHERINE M. ... . MCCARTHY, EILEEN C. ... 28 26 ' 27 MCCARTHY, JOHN B. ..,....... . MCCARTHY, MARY E. T. .... 237, 33. MCCARTHY, MAUDE .... MCCARTHY, MOLLY A. .. MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. . 293 269 193, 279 MCCARTHY, RITA A. ... 191, 221, 33 MCCARTNEY, BRIAN C. .. MCCAULEY, MONICA C. MCCLAIN, DONNA I. .... MCCLAIN, ROBERT E. .... MCCLELLAN, RICHARD J. MCCLELLAND,JAMES C. . MCCLIMENS, MICHAEL G. MCCLOSKEY, EMMA L. .. MCCLOSKEY, FREDERICK MCCLOSKEY, SUSAN A. .. MCCORMICK, MARILYN MCCORMICK, MARK S. . MCCORMICK, PATRICK J. 262 334 334 259 199 334 334 194, 201 254 272, 334 334 199, 292 MCCOY, MICHAEL W. 196, 219, MCCRACKEN, MARIANNE 264 292, 334 198 MCCUSKER, WILLIAM J. ..... 201,334 228 MCDAVIS, RODERICK J. . MCDERMOTT, ELIZABETH . . 194, 208 MCDERMOTF, PATRICIA A. . .... 287 MC DERMOTT, ROSEMARY R. MCDONALD, IO A. ........... . MCDONALD, JOHN B. . .. MCELROY, LUTHER ..... MCEVOY, MICHAEL J. . .. MCFADDEN, MARY M. .... . 263 281 286 334 201 270 MCFADDEN, JOHN M. . .. . . . . . . 239,274 MCFADDEN, PAUL H. ......... . MCFARLAND, ALLAN S. .. MCFARLAND, JAMES J. ........ . MCGANN, WILLIAM J. ......... . MCGARRY, WILLIAM L. . 199,202, 334 MCGARRY, WINIFRED K. ...... . MCGEE, KATHLEEN L. .......... . MCGILL,JOHN III ......... . .. MCGRATH,TIMOTHY I. .. MCGREGOR, ELLEN A. . . . MCGREW, MICHAEL P. ... MCGUINNESS, FRANK J. . . .. MCGUINNI5, PATRICIA ..... MCGUIRE, SUZANNE L. .... . MCHUGH, DANIEL T., III .... MCINERNEY, NANCY J. .... . MCINTYRE, WILLIAM J. .... . MCKEEVER, EDWARD E. JR. '271 285 281 254 34 284 28. 2 28 200 293 270 334 , 274 287 203 273, 335 234 285 MUNN, DAVID M- .-...---. 247, 271 PETERS, DOREEN L. ..,... .. ... 340 MCKENDRY, ALICE V. . . ,. . . . . 266 MCKENNA, BARBARA A. ....... 281 MCKENNA, JAMES A. ........... 275 MCKLOSKEY, DAVID R. ..... 191, 335 MCKLOSKEY, JOSEPH M. ..,..... 335 MCLALLEN, JUDY A. .....,.,..,. 257 MCLAUGHLIN, DENNISJ. ....... 258 MCLAUGHLIN, EDWARD J. 201, 258, 335 MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN J. ..... 230, 335 MCLAUGHLIN, KATHLEEN ,..... 335 MCLAUGHLIN, THOMAS J. ..... 273 MCMAHON, JOSEPH G. ..,..... 259 MCMANUS, EDWARD F. ........ 285 MCMANUS, JOHN F. ....,.. 190, 258 MCMANUS, MARGARET M. .... 253 MCMANUS, MAUREEN O. ...... 267 MCMANUS, WILLIAM J. ........ 335 MCMENAMIN, JOHN E. ........ 277 MCMILLAN, CATHERINE M. 24-4, 245, 335 MCMULLIN, DONALD J. .... 208, 219 MCNAMARA, ANTHONY P. ..... 271 MCNAMEE, ROBERT A. ..... 247, 335 MCNEIL, NANCY A. ........ 218,251 MCNICHOLAS, JAMES P. ........ 288 MCPARTLAND, EILEEN M. ...... 289 MCPEEK, WILLARD M. JR, ... 224, 335 MCPHILLIPS, KATHLEEN ........ 335 MCQUILLAN, PAULA J. ... .... 252 MCQUADE, KAREN M. ......... 265 MCRAE, MARY A. .......... 219, 335 MEANEY, JAMES A. ......... .... 27 9 MECHIR, KATHLEEN J. .......... 289 MEDAS, MARLENE F. 208, 237, 251, 335 MEEHAN, WILLIAM E., JR. ....,.. 204 MEHLICK, PATRICK J. ........... 335 MEIDT, ANN C. ..........,..... 237 MEIER, JOHN A. ......., 200, 201, 217 MEINEKE, JUDY LEE . ............. 244 MEINKING, STEPHEN J. ......... 206 MEINHOLD, CHRISTINE M. ..... 243 .MEISNER, JAMES K. ............. 196 MELICHAREK, FRANK J. ..... 220, 268 MENNES, MARY C. ...,.....,... 336 KMENTESANA, ROSEMARY A. .... 264 IMEREDITH, GAIL L. ............. 203 QMERRIMAN, JOANNE , ......... 283 .MERSKI, GLENN D. ..... ...... 2 62 CMESSMER, GAIL E. .......... 202, 336 5METZ, MARGARET A. ....... 194, 336 MEYER, EUGENE P. ..... ...... 2 45 I MEYER, GREGORY R. . . . .... 286 ,MEYER, KATHIE ...... .... 3 36 g MEYER, LARRY J. ..... .... 27 3 ,MEYER, SHIRLEY A. ..... .... ' 336 5 MEYER, THOMAS A. .,.. .... 3 36 LMEYER, STEVEN J. .... .... 29 5 EMEYERS, ADDISON J. .. . . 236 r MEYERS, ALBERT L. . .. .... 275 EMICALE, JAMES P. .... .... 1 98 EMICELI, JOSEPH D. ... . . . . 336 IQ MICHAELS, JO ANN .... .... 27 0 G MICHALKO, PAUL J. . .... ....... 2 62 ,3 MICHELS, CAROL A. ,.... ....... 28 1 EQMIDDENDORF, MARGARET ..... 276 1-MIELBRECHT, RUSSELI T. ........ 336 MIERZEJEWSKI, THOMAS ....... 336 MIKLAUSICH, VAL M. .......... 336 MIKOLAJEWSKI, CHARLES ...... 280 MIKOLAJEWSKI, ROBERT . .. ... 281 MILFEIT, FRANK J. .............. 224 MILFEIT, PAUL J. ............... 271 MILLER, CAROL L. . . 192, 221, 281, 336 MILLER, CHARLES W. ........... 258 MILLER, JOAN M. .............. 274 MILLER JOHN W. . . . . . .. 259 MILLER, JUDITH L. .... ...... 2 69 MILLER, MICHAEL D. ....... 193, 278 MILLER, PAUL H. ..... .... 2 09, 336 MILLER, PAUL L. ...... ...... 2 68 MILLER, RICHARD C. ... , . .. 209 MILLER, RICHARD E. . .. .... .. 282 MILLER, TERRELL F. ......... 228, 246 MILLER, VINCENT T. ............ 228 MILLER, WILLIAM C. ....... 204, 336 MILLER, WILLIAM P. .... ...... 29 2 MILLETTE, JAMES R. .... ..... 27 8 MILLIGAN, WILLIAM C. ......... 336 MILLS, WILLIAM D. ......... 199, 290 MINER, LEE T. ........ ..... . 257 MINIERI, JOHN P. . ..... .... 2.3 6 MINIUTTI, WILLIAM P.. ... .. .. 275 MINNAUGH, JOSEPH A. ........ 285 MINOIA, WILLIAM C. .... .... 1 96 MINYON, JESSICA M. ... .... .. 260 MISPLON, RICHARD C. ..... 205, 262 MITCHELL, CHRISTINE M. ....... 294 MITCHELL, JAMES E. . .....,. 191, 220 MITCHELL, JUDITH E. .....,...., 244 MITCHELL, KATHLEEN M. ....... 283 MITCHELL, WILLIAM C. ..... 193, 278 MITHOFF, MARY L. ......... 191, 269 MITRO, LINDA M. .......... 209, 287 MITTEREDER, GREGORY .,...... 266 ' MLYNARZ, CAMILLE A. ...... 338 MOCADLO, BARBARA A. ... 261, 336 MODERELLI, JAMIE S. ...... 208, 336 MODICA, MARIO R. ....... 224, 336 MOLINARO, JOHN J. ... .. . . . 336 MOLINO, JOSEPH A. .. , ... B2 MOLINO, MILDRED A. ... U0 MOLNAR, JOSEPH J. .... ... 262 MONCUSE, ROBERT J. .. .. ... 336 MONIN, GERALD F. ........ ... 200 MONNIG, KATHRYN A. ..... 267, MONNIN, DONALD C. .... . 337 337 MONNIG, BARBARA R. ... MONNIN, MICHAEL C. ... MONNIG, MARY M. . ......... . . MONTANARO, LINDA .......... MONTEFERRANTE, PAT M. ..... . MONTGOMERY, KATHLEEN ..,. MOODY, ROBERT I. ..... . MOONEY, KEVIN E. ........ 198, MOONEY, RICHARD P. ... MOONEY, ROBERT C. . . MOORE, DAVID R. .,..... . . .. MOORE HERMAN W., III . ...... MOORE: JOHN A. .,...,.,..... . MOORE, JOHN G. ..,. .... 1 99, MOORE, KEVIN E. .,.. .,... . MOORE, MARILYN R. .. . . .. MOORE, MOOTS, MORAN, MARY E. .... ..... . MARY F. .......... 244, VIRGINIA F. ......... , MORELLI, PAULETTE A. ... .. . . MORGAN, DOUGLAS P. MORIARTY, KATHLEEN R. ....., . 209, MORIARTY, WILLIAM M. MOROZ, ALEXANDER T. MORRILL, PAUL V. ....... .. .. MORRIS, JOHN L. ............. . MORRISON, BARBARA E. ...... . MORRISON, RICHARD D. ..... . MORRISON, THOMAS C. MORROW, JEFFREY A. . .,...., . . MORROW, MARGARET E. ..... . MORSCH, JOHN C. ....,....... . MORTON, JUDITH A. ........,. . MOSLEY, DWIGHT E. . .. .... 246,288 MOSPENS, MARGARET A. ...... . MOSTER, JOHN A. ............ . MUELLER, BARBARA J. .... .,.. . MUELLER, STEVEN D. ... MULICA, WALTER . . ......,. 195, 337 MULLIGAN, FRANCIS JR. MULLIN, ANN J. .......,....... . MULANOVICH, ENRIQUE J. .... . MULLIN, MARY T. ..,.....,.... . MULLINS, DENNIS W. ...... . MU LROY, DOROTHY C. MULROY, THOMAS L. .,.. .... . MULVEY, DANIEL P. .. .. 199, 202 MURATORE, RONALD J. .... 224, 337 MURPHY, BRENDA C. ..... ..... 3 37 MURPHY, BRIAN M. .... .... . MURPHY, BRIAN P. ....... .... . MURPHY, CATHERINE T. ....... . MURPHY, JAMES P. ..... .... . MURPHY, MARY M. ..... .... . MURPHY PATRICIA A. .. MURPHY: ROBERT I-I. ... ,.... MURPHY, TIMOTHY 1. .. MuRPHv,THoMAsL. MURRAY MURRAY ,CAROLEV. CHARLESS. MURRAYJ EDWARD F. ..,...... . MURRAY MURRAY MURRAY MURRAY ,FRANCIS X. . ......,. . , M. CHRISTINE 238, 242, , PATRICIA ANN ....... PATRICIA A. ...,.... . MUSCARA, SANDRA J. ......... 337 MUSHINSKI, MADELYN J. .. . 239, 257 MUSOLINO, RICHARD J. ....... 271 MUSSAW, RONALD L. ......... . MUTEK, MICHAEL W. ,......,... 203 MUTO, ANTHONY J. 190, 192, 218, 337 MYERS, MARGARET L. .......... 265 MYLES, MARGARET A. ......... . MYRON, JOHN W. .... . NALBONE, DEBORAH J. . .. .. , . . NARDIZZI, JOANN F. .. . NARTKER, MARY K. .. . . NARUS, MARY P. ......... . . . . NASSIF, GEORGE P. SM. , .. .. . . NAVARRO, DENIS J. ... . NAYLON, GEORGE M. .... .... . NEARY, MICHAEL J. ........... . NEEDHAM, NANCY L. .......... 272 NEFF, MARY L. ,.... 196, 209, 218, 274 NEFF, TIMOTHY C. ............. 271 NEHRBAS, MARK H. ...... . . .. NELSON, JOHN R. ........,.,.. . NEMECEK, BARBARA A. ....... , NEVILLE, ELIZABETH J. 265 NEVILLE, MARGARET A. ..,. 261, 338 NEWCOMB, REBECCA J. ........ 338 NEWCOME, MELANIE A. ....... . NEWELL, DENNIS M. .. .. 19 5, 229, NEWMAN, JOYCE L. ........... . NEWMYER, KARLICE M. ..,.... . NICHOLAS, STEPHEN J. NICKELS, LAWRENCE W. ..,.... . NICKOL, MARTHA A. ....... 193, NICOL, NANCY J. .,..... . .. 238, NICOLA, RICHARD J. . .. NICOLOSI, DONNA M. NICOLOSI, JOSEPH M. ...... 200, NIEDOSIK, ARTHUR M. ........ . NIEMIEC, JOHN F, ...,. . NIEZER, GERALD F. ... NIGRO, BARBARA M. NINI, ANTHONY D. .. NITTO, SUSAN M. .. NIU, CHESTER Q. . . . NOAK, MARY K. . . . NOE, BERNARD T. . . . . NOLAN, ELLEN T. ...... . NORDONE, LYNNE A. . . NORTON, E, WAYNE . .. .,fI'i6I, NOVAJOSKY, DEE A. . . . . .. 274 NOVAK, JAMES M. .... ... 338 NOVAK, JOHN P. .... . . . 338 NOVAK, LINDA C. ....... 260 NOVAK, MAUREEN E. ... ... 267 NOVAK, THOMAS S. .... . . . 271 NOVIK, WILLIAM G. . ,. 193, 278 NOVORSKY, JOHN J. ,... ..... 2 01 NOWAK, PAUL E. ..... 195, 206 NUGENT, JOHN A. ... 190, 338 NUNNEY,JOHN F. ... ... 281 NUTINI,DAVIDL. 338 NYMAN, CRAIG M. ..... ... 225 OATIS, GREGORY M. .... . . . 262 OBERMEIER, KAREN C. . . ... 263 OBLAK, JUDITH A. ............. 338 OBREMSKI, RAYMOND A. . . 261, 338 OBRIEN, CAROL L. ............. 274 OBRIEN, CHRISTOPHER L. . .. 270 OBRIEN, DEBORAH ANN ... 252 OBRIEN, DEBORAH S. ... ... 294 OBRIEN, KATHRYN M. . , . ... 254 OBRIEN, MICHAEL J. ........... 225 OBRIEN, THOMAS E. ....... 225, 256 OBRYAN, MICHAEL .... 234, 245, 268 OCEDEK, JOHN C. JR. ....... 280, 338 OCONNOR, DONALD E. ..... . .. 203 OCONNOR, JAMES B. .......... 255 OCONNOR, KATHRYN J. ....... 338 OCONNOR, JONATHAN E. .. 211,254 OCONNOR, KATHRYN M. ..,.., 263 OCONNOR, ROSEMARY .,.,..,. 238 ODAY, ARTHUR T. ............. 225 ODONNELL, BARBARA I. ....... 265 ODONNELL, DENNIS W. ........ 338 ODONNELL, GARRY W. ...,. 275, 285 ODONNELL, MARGARET M. .... 260 ODONNELL, MICHAEL J. .....,.. 295 ODONNELL, WILLIAM G. 199, 202, 292 ODORZYNSKI, THOMAS W. .... 338 OHALLORAN, MARGARET P. . . . 283 OHANLON, DENNIS J. .......... 269 OHARA, JAMES B. ..,........... 275 OHARA, MICHAEL JAY ......... 338 OHARA, TIMOTHY R. ,,.. . . 200, 338 OHARE, SHEILA M. , ............ 276 OHERRON, KATHLEEN R. .... . . . 287 OKEEFE, DREW J. T. ............. 338 OKEEFE, GARY F. ............... 254 OKEEFE, ROBERT M. .... 203, 261, 338 OKEHIE, LAWRENCE U. ......... 292 OKULSKI, ROBERT V. ..... .... 2 85 OLDEG, MARGARET E. ..., .... 29 3 OLDFIELD, PATRICIA A. .. .... 196 OLDING, MICHAEL J. .... .,.. 20 8 OLEARY, CORNELIUS R. .. .. ,. 236 OLEARY, PATRICIA A. .. .... 281 OLEFF, DALE J. ........ ...... 28 5 OLIVER, AMANDA V. . ,,.... 198, 245 OLIVO, JOHN A. ....... ...... 27 0 OLOUGHLIN, JANE M. ..,..,.... 238 OLSEN, RICHARD F. ........ 253, 339 OLSON, NORA M. ...,..... 237, 339 OLSON, RICHARD V. . .. 222, 225, 339 OLVANY, JAMES F. ............. 264 OMALLEY, EDWARD P. .....,... 264 OMALLEY, KEVIN B. ............ 236 ONDASH, CHARLES S. ...... 217, 223 ONDERCIN, GREGORY S. 199, 292 ONDRUSEK, MARYLYNNE ...... 257 ONEIL, KEITH R. ............ 202, 220 ONEILL, PAUL F. ............,... 196 ONEILL, PHILIP L, .... .... 2 33, 285 ONODI, JOHN S. .... ...... 2 62 ONSA, WARD S, ......,.. .... 2 82 OPINANTE, PHILIP N. ..... .... 2 79 OPSINCS, RICHARD G. ......... 271 ORBAN, JOHN E. ........... 193, 278 ORDILLE, ROBERTJ. . .. ,... .. 339 OREILLY, EDWARD M. .... .... 1 95 ORLANDO, THOMAS A. . . .... 266 OROS, CHERYL J. ....... ...... 27 4 OROSZ, ROBERT S. ..,. .... 2 19, 339 OROURKE, JOHN J. .... ...,.. 29 2 OROURKE, PATRICK J. . .. .... 232 ORR, ELAINE L. ......,.. .... 2 60 ORR, THOMAS M. ...,. .... 2 59 OSBAHR, MARY L. ...., .... 2 38 OSCAR, MARY M. ...... .... 23 7 OSHAUGHNESSY, E. M. ......... 272 OSENKOWSKY, JOHN P. ........ 282 OSHAUGHNESSEY, SHARON 207, 339 OSIKA, MARGARET J. ........... 294 OSOWSKI, CHARLES C. ......... 281 OSTENDORF, THOMAS I. ....... 339 OSTERMANN, FRANK J. JR. ..... 282 OSTHOLTHOFF, ROBERT A. . 247, E8 OSTROWSKI, HEIKE I. , . 244, 245, 339 OSWALD, BRUCE M. ......,.... 339 OVERHOLSER, BARRY LEE ....... 339 OWENS, GREGORY W. .... .... 20 1 OWENS, JOHN L. ........ .... 29 5 OXER, ROBERT G. ..... .,.... 34 0 PABST, KATHLEEN M. ....... 243, 276 PAGNAM, JAMES R. ..... ...... Z7 0 PAGNOZZI, SARAH A. . . . .. .. 281 PAJERSKY, NANCY L. .... . .. 238 PALAZZO, JOSEPH S. ...,... 247, 259 PALCIC, PATRICIA J. ... . .. 281 PALCIC, THOMAS P. ............ 246 PALCIC, ROBERT W. JR. ..... 246, 340 PALKO, JAMES M. .......,....., 340 PALLADINO, KATHLEEN A. ...... 253 PALMER, JOHN D. JR. .... 198,207 PALMIOTTI, VINCENT J. . ... 279 PALMISANO, WILLIAM F. 190, 218 PANGBURN, ROBERT M. ........ 253 PANGBORN, JOHN M. ..... . 262, 286 277 PANICO, PAUL P. .... . PAONE, DENISE A. . . . ..... 196, 283 PAPAICIK, JEFFREY E. PAPAS, JANE M. ..., . PAPP, FRANK ,..,.. .......209,340 .....238,251 .......282 PAPP, LOUIS A. ..,.. ..... 2 19, 340 264 PARETI, ROBERT J. .... . PARENT, RICHARD E. ....... 206, 222 PARISI, CAROL R. .......,...... 263 PARKES, THOMAS W. . .. . PARNELL, M. DAVID .. . PARR, MARK F. ...... . PARRY, BRIAN W. ...... . 287 282 287 340 PARVAIZ, KHALID ..,........... 277 PASSARETTI, ROBERT A. . ....... 264 PASTERNAK, GREGORY J. 190, 268, 340 PATERNITE, CARL E. 198, 207, 217, 340 270 PATER, RICHARD E. . . .. .... , . .. PATRICOFF, G. B. .......... 203, 340 PATTERMAN, JOAN ANN PATTERSON, EDWARD P. 237,340 191 , 295 PATTERSON, VENDI R. ..,..,.... 269 203 PAULETT, HAROLD K. ... PAULSEN, BARBARA A. . . 11111340 PAVELA, JOHN S. ...... ....,.. 27 5 PAWELEK, DONNA M. ...... 193, 340 PAWLEWICZ,MARKJ. . ......... 277 PAWLEY, SUSAN C. .... ..... 28 3 PAWLIK, MICHELLE A. ..,....... 237 PECJAK, MARY L. ........... 211, 287 229 PECK, EDWARD F. ............. . PEKAREK, KATHLEEN A. ........ . 237 PELLERITO, JOSEPH R. .., PELLICANE, JOSEPH P. ... PELSOCI, MARIA E. ..... . PENDERGAST, JANE F. ... PENROD, ROBERT D. .. 225 279 274 272 . ...... 211 PERE, ILHAN L. ...... . .... 247, 281 228 PEREZ, LUIS A. ................ . PERILLO, GARY A. .............. 340 PERKINS, JACQUELINE M. ....... 255 PERRY, PATTI L. ................ 198 PERTL, DAVID E. ...,..., . PERUGINI, DANIELJ. ... PESCE, RICHARD J. .. PERTZ, FRANK E. .... PETER, ROBERT T. . .. 270 233 232 285 .....262 PETRIC, GERALD A. ... ......... . 340 PETRONGOLO, RONALD P. .... . 224 PETRUS, CHRISTINE D. .. .....,.. 340 PETRY, TOM W. ........... ... 199 PEITINELLI, EUGENE A. .. ... 341 PETTEY, CHRISTINE J. .... ., . 274 PEVARSKI, MARCIA A. ,. . .. . 281 PFANDER, MARY C. ... ... 341 PHELAN, MARYBETH T. .. PHELAN, ROBERT J. . . . . PHILLIPS, ANNE E. ... .....341 341 287 PHILLIPS, JANE K. ........... 244, 280 PHILLIPS, MARK H. ......... 229, 268 PHILLIPS, RONALD JOHN ....... 225 PICCININNI, STEVEN I. . ......... 269 PICCOLO, PATRICIA A. ..... 209, 272 PICHETTE, RICHARD E. ......... 225 PICKAR, HELEN F. ......... . . . . . 274 PIEKUTOWSKI, ANDREW J. , ..... 199 PIELSTICKER, PATRICK . . . PIENING, MARY C. ..... . .......341 ..,.,..341 PILCH, REGINA F. ... ..... 195, 252 PINE, RICHARD E. ... PIPIK, MARY C. ...... . PIRHOFER, NANCY A. . . . PITARO, ROBERT L. . .. PIZZINO, JOSEPH R. . .. PLEIMAN, BARBARA A. .. 276 341 . ,... 266 280 243 PLENGE, GUSTAVO C. .......... 270 PLOEGER, BERNARD I. SM ....... 193, 222 PLOWUCHA, PETER J. .. . , . . . 232, 341 341 PLUNKEITT, CHARLOTTE M. .... . PLUTO, DELORES M. ... . PODOLAK, SUSAN M. .. . PODNAR, MICHAEL G. ., POGANY, JACK R. ...... . POGRAIS, CAROLYN M. 2 . . .... 281 .....274 341 44, 255, 341 POGRAIS, MARGARET J. 244, 245, 341 281 POHL, CAROLYN A. ........... . POHL, ROBERT, L. .......... 220, 341 254 POHLMAN, HAROLD L. ,. POKIGO, MARYSUE ............ 341 POLAKOWSKI, JERMONE R. . 292, 341 268 POLLARD, CHRIS J. ............ . POLLASTRELLO, EDMUND , ..... 341 POLLMAN, MARY A. .,..... 196, 253 POLOGRUTO, GREGORY J. ..... 342 POMPONI, EDWARD A. ........ 342 POMPONI, ELIZABETH A. ....... 263 POMPONIO, MICHAEL R. 211, 225, 342 POPE, JOHN S. ...... . ....,. 236, 342 POPEN, DANIEL J. ........,..... 342 POPICH, MICHAEL A. ...... 236, 342 POPIVCHAK, SANDRA I. .... 286, 342 POQUEITE, RUSSELL J. ........., 203 PORTER, CYNTHIA L. ....... 261, 342 PORUBCANSKY, THOMAS P. 200, 201, 217 POSSEHL, JOHN A. .,........... 263 POST, DONALD A. ..... 245, 259, 263 POST, GERALD J. JR. . ........... 203 POTOLICCHIO, KENNETH ,.....342 POTTENGER, TIMOTHY P. . ...... 193 POTTER, DAVID A. ............. 342 POWERS, JOHN F. .............. 223 POWERS, JOHN P. .... , . . . 234, 343 POWITZKY, KATHLEEN A. ...... . PRASNIKAR, MICHELE A. PRATT, TIMOTHY M. .... PRENDERGAST, DIANA L. .,.... . PRENDERGAST, STEPHEN . . . 284, PRESTON, WILLIAM R. JR. . . . 190, PRICE, GAY M. ............. 261, PRICE, KATHLEEN I. ... . PRICE, PATRICK J. PRICE, TAMSON A. .... . PRICE, TIMOTHY A. . . . QfIii4. PRIKOS, CAROL M. ..... .... . PRIMOSCH, EDWARD G. PRITCHARD, MOLLY . ........ . , PROCHASKA, GEORGIA PRUGH, WILLIAM L. ..... , . . . . PRUTTING, STEPHEN C. . . . . , . . PRYLUCKI, JOAN M. .. , PUCCIA, VINCENT C. .. PUGEL, ROBERT A. . , . . PUGH, JOANN .......... ..... PUMMELL, RICHARD D. PUMPHREY, MARK K. . . . .. . PURDY, HELEN M. .... . PURPURA, PHILIP P. . .. PUTHOFF, DAVID E. ........ 199, PUTZEK, CLARK A. . , , .... 236, PYN, NORMA J. ...... . PYNE, ROBERT W. ....... ..... QUAYLE, PATRICIA D. . .. ... QUEALY, MAUREEN A. ,. .. . QUIGLEY, MICHAEL D. .... , ,. QU ENNEVILLE, YVETTE L. QUICK, BARBARA L. .... . . . QUEENEY, SUSAN E. , .. QUELLOS, LAURA J. . .. QUINLIN, MICHAEL P. ... . . . . , QUINN, TIMOTHY P. .. .... QUINN,FRANCIS E. zoa, QuINN,DANIEL1. QUINN, MARTIN 1, ..,. .,..,. . QUINN, PATRICK D. zos, QUINN, suE s. ..,... .... . QUIRK, BRIAN w. QUINN,JOHN 1. .. QUIRK, JANET L. .... QUIRK, MARY K. .... . ...,.. .. RAASCI-I, JANET E. ,..... .,...., . RAcosKv, 1osEPH A. zo1,2o2, RADKowsKv, DENNIS 1. ....... . RADZIK, GARY A. ...,...... 246, RADZIK, GLENN A. ..,. 246, RAINEY, ELLEN E. ....,. .... . RALSTON, DAVID w. ....... 200, RALSTON, ROBERTJ. .. RAMBASEK, PAUL ..... RAMBY, MELVIN M. ... RAMOS, FRED P. ...., . RANDISI, CHARLES P. .... .... . RAPINI, JOHN N. ........... 225, RASLOWSKY, THOMAS .....,... RAU, THOMAS ..... . .... . ,. RAY, COLLEEN A. .,.. . REBETA, LORETTA C. . . RECH, JAMES A. ........ . REDDY, KATHLEEN M. ..... . . . REDLINGER, SAMUEL E. .... ... REED, KENNETH S. . ...... . . . . . REED, SHARON L. .... . REEDY, CAROLYN J. . . . REEL, ROBERT R. .,... . 244, REESE, JOHN A. ......... ..,. . REGAN, MARYELLEN E. 244, REHLING, STEVEN F. ..... . . . . . REICH, MARGARET M. REICHARD, THOMAS E. """idei, REID, JAMES F. ........,. .... . REIDY, PAUL F. ....... . REILLEY, KEVIN M .... . , 190, REILLY, MARY K. ....... . REILLY, ROSE MARY C. REINDL, THOMAS J. . . . REIME, FRANCES E. .,...... . REINHARD, JOHN G. ........,. . REINHARDT, DONALD G. ....,. . REISDORF, JOHN B. REITER, J. DOUGLAS .... REITZ, DOUGLAS H. REITZ, THOMAS L. .. . . RELOTTO, FRANK J. . . . RENNER, GREGORY J. .... .. 220,344 198,209,344 'm'.If'iTII,344 RENNER, WILLIAM R. .... . . . . . RENO, DAVID E. JR. . .. RENSEL, JOHN E. , . . . ,. REPASKY, CATHY A. REPETZ, GEORGE R. RESCH, CAROL A. ..... . RESIG, JANICE ANNE . .. 208, 239, 222, 245, RETTIG, RICHARD W. . .,...... . . REUILLE, JEAN M. ..,.......... . RHEIN, DANIEL J. . . . . RICCI, DAVID P. , . .. RIBELLI, ALFRED L. .. RICE, GARY W. ..... . RICE, RANSOM P. ... RICE, STEVEN V. ..., . RICE, WILLIAM P. ............. . RICHARD, WILLIAM G. ., ..... .. RICHARDS, JAMES R. . . . 199, 223, RICHARDSON, ROBERT K. ..... , RICHTAR, JANICE M. ....... 209, RICHTER, ELAINE A. .. ...... 243, RICKETTS, TERESA J. .. . RIDELLA, ALICE J. RIDLEY, ANDREW E. ... RIEGER, GEORGE F. . . . . RIGUZZI, DAVID L. . . 199, 209, 217 247, SUGG, WILLIAM E. ..... . RILEY, DANIELI. .....,. . 200,202,344 RILEY, PATRICIA D. .. .,,....... . 265 RINCHIUSO, NANCY I. ..... 242,344 RINEY, SUSAN M. ..... . RINEY, KATHY J. . . . . .. RING, IOHN M. ....... . 274 289 279 RINGENBACH, IOHN P. ..,.. 200, 344 RINGHOLZ, LINDA S. . .. 265 RIORDAN, EILEEN M. ........... 293 RISACHER, IAMES C. ....... 223, 225 RISMILLER, PATRICIA . .. 1 RITACCO, SUSAN A. .... . 97,267,344 E6 RITTER, PATRICIA A. 192, 221, 281, 344 RIVARA, JEAN E. ........,., 237, 244 RIX, CHARLES H. ........ . RIX, MICHAEL B. ...... . RIZZO, BERNARD I. RIZZO, CARL N. ....,,. . RIZZO, CHARLES M. . . . . ROALEF, ANNE M. ... . ROBARE, ANN K. ........ . ROCCI, JOSEPH A. IR. . . .. ROCCI, MARIE A. ....... . ROCHA, SUSAN C. ... ROCHE, JAMES A. . . .. ROCHE, RICHARD P. ... ROCHE, PATRICIA A. .. . ROCK, LEO GLEN IR. .. . ROCK, WILLIAM E. .. . RODA, BRUCE J. .....,.. . 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ROSE, WILLIAM T. ...... 1 ROSENCRANS, ROBERTJ. . ROSENTHAL, GARY L. .... ROSICK, PATRICIA S. . .. ROSS, BERTRAND A. . . . . .. ROSS, BEVERLY A. ..,.... . ROSS, CRITCHETT N. .. . 1 ROSS, DEBORAH C. ROSS, PATRICIA E. ROSS, ROBERT A. ....... . ROSS, VICTOR H. JR. . . . ROSSI,ANNEC. ......... . ......345 ......268 92,209,345 346 ..201,346 274 271 ......244 93,197,255 263 238 ..199,229 E5 265 ROSSMAN, CHRISTINE R. ....... 346 ROTHBAUER, WILLIAM I. .....,. 271 ROTHERMEL, MARTHA A. 7.54 ROUBAL, CAROLINE M. ,.fI'196, 346 ROURKE, MICHAEL E. ...... 195,346 ROWEKAMP, RANDOLPH I ROY, DENNISI. JR. ...... . ROYDS, MARY K. ....... . RUBINI, ANTHONY I. .. . RUBLE, RHONDA R. . . . . RUCKER, DEREK D. . .. RUDD, LYNNE B. ...... . RUDER, SHARON M. .... . RUDZIENSKI, VERA A. . . . . RUEN, HEIDI A. ...,... . RUESCH, SUASN M. . . . . RUGGERI, NANCY ........ RUHL, CYNTHIA L. ...... . . . 206,346 285 346 192 286 346 281 346 346 206 281 . . 243, 346 RUPERT, SUSAN V. ..... 202, 206, 259 RUPP, PATRICIA A. ...... . RUSCHAU, DENNIS B. . . . . RUSCHAU, JAMES P. ..... . RUSCHE, DIANA M. ..... . RUSEK, STAN I. IR. .... . . RUSH, RAYMOND G. . .. RUSHE, RALPH D. .... RUSS, CYNTHIA A. . . , . . RUSS, TERRENCE F. ... .. RUSSELL, MARY S. .... RUSSELL, MARYLEE V. .... RUSSELL, ROBERT L. IR. ... RUSSELL, ROBERT M. .... . RUSSELL, ROMEYN A. .. . . RUSSELL, THEODORE R. . . RUSSO, EILEEN C. ....... . RUSSO, GARY T. ...., . . RUTH, BARRY I. .......,. . RUTLEDGE, JOHN F. ..... , RUTAN, HARRY J. ..... . RUZICKA, RONALD A. .... RYAN, CAROLYN A. ..... . RYAN, DANIEL J. ..... .. RYAN, EILEEN C. . . . .. RYAN, JAMES D. ... RYAN, JANE E. ... .. 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IR. .... . ....255 ROSSI, ANNE C. .... ............ 2 65 ROSSMAN, CHRISTINE R, ..... . . 346 ROTHBAUER, WILLIAM J. . ,.....271 254 ROUBAL, CAROLINE M. .... 196, 346 ROURKE, MICHAEL E. ...... 195, 346 ROTHERMEL, MARTHA A. ROWEKAMP, RANDOLPH I ROY, DENNIS I. IR. ...... . ROYDS, MARY K. . ...... . RuBINI, ANTHONY I. ... RuBLE, RHONDA R. RuCIcER, DEREK D. RuDD, LYNNE B. .... . RuDER, SHARON M. ... RuDzIEN5RI, VERA A. .... RuEN, HEIDI A. ....... . RuESCH, SUSAN M. .... RUGGERI, NANCY .... .. RuHL, CYNTHIA L. ...... . RUPERT, SUSAN v. ..... 2 RuPP, PATRICIA A. ...... . RUSCHAU, DENNIS B. .... RUSCHAU, IAMES P. .... RUSCHE, DIANA M. ..... . RUSEK, STAN I. IR. ....... . RUSH, RAYMOND C. RuSHE, RALPH D. .... Russ, CYNTHIA A. .... Russ, TERRENCE P. ...... . RUSSELL, MARY S. ....... . RUSSELL, MARYLEE v. .... RUSSELL, ROBERT L. IR. ... RUSSELL, ROBERT M. RUSSELL, ROMEYN A. ... . RuSSELL, THEODORE R. .. Russo, EILEEN C. ....... . RUSSO, GARY T. . ....... . RUTH, BARRY I. .,... . RUTLEDCE, IOHN P. ...., . RUTAN, HARRY I. ...,... . RuzICRA, RONALD A. .... RYAN, CAROLYN A. ..... . RYAN, DANIEL I. .... . RYAN, EILEEN C. ... .. RYAN, IAMES D. ... ., RYAN, IANE E, ... .. RYAN,IcEvINP. 206, 346 . , .... 285 346 192 286 346 281 346 346 206 281 243, 346 02,206,259 197 RYAN, MARY JO A. ..... 239, RYAN, TIMOTHY B. ..... . RYAN, VICTORIA A. ..... . SABOL, RONALD A. .... SACK, THOMAS I. ....... . 199 346 243,236 199,346 ... 262 ... 285 ... 237 284,346 ... 347 237,346 225, 280 ... 288 ... 267 ... 201 ... 289 211,262 . .. 254 220,347 ... B4 218,347 ... 272 210,347 ... 285 244,274 ... 246 242,347 ... 347 . .. 270 . .. 230 201 SACKS, SUSAN K. .......... . SAFTNER, BERNARD M. SM 192, 347 196 SAHRADNIKHIOAN T. . ........ , 293 SAKALA, VERNOICA E. .... . SALE, HUBERT P. ...... . SALMON, BERNARD P. ... SAMAS, KATHLEEN A. .. .. SAMARA, RICHARD M. . . 239, 265 ......280 286 257 286 SAMARAS, IOHN G. .... ....... 2 85 SAMSEL, EDWARD I. ..... . SANI, ALI M. ............ . SANTERRE, DONALD E. SANTOLOCI, MARTIN M. . SAPRANO, TINA M. ..... . SARAVIA, PREDRICK R. SARMIR, DAVID I. ....... . SARSFIELD, STEPHEN R. ... SARZYNSKI, KAREN A. SASS, IAMES C. ...,.... . SASSON, ROBERT I. ..... . sAuNDERs, WILLIAM D. .. SAUTER, NANCY A. ....,. . SAUTER,WlLLIAM E. . SAUVE,CHRISTINE A. ... SAVINO, PETER A. .... . . SAvINo, PETER L. .... .. SAWYER, GARY w. ...... . 225, 256 ...zoo ...270 ...232 ...347 ...347 200,347 ...279 ...270 ...347 ...268 198,217 190,192 ...262 ...270 ...203 204, 7.36 193, 278 275 SCALLON, JOHN R. ......... . SCARAMELLINO, M. F. IR. SCARAMUCCIA, JANET R. . ..... 347 ......294 SCARAZZO, JAMES R. ..... . SCANLON, ROBERT C. .......... 210 SCHAAF, IEANNE M. ....... . SCHADE, EDWARD A. .......... 347 SCHAEFFER, JOHN J. ............ 347 SCHAEER, RICHARD A. ......... 205 SCHAFFER, CASSANDRA M. ..... 347 SCHARF, NICHOLAS A. ......... 193 SCHAUER, MARLENE R. ......... 348 SCHAUER, THOMAS F. ......... 348 SCHEIDLER, THERESA A. ........ 274 SCHEMEIT, JANE G. ............. 348 SCHENCK, NANCY A. ...... . SCHENKEL, WILLIAM D. ......... 266 203, 271 238, 347 239, 289 SCHERGER, JOSEPH E. ..... . 219, 348 SCHERLING, IAMES R. .......... 286 SCHETTLER, GREG E. ............ 295 SCHEUBLE,JOANNE M. .... . 239, 287 348 SCHEVE, JERRY R. ............. . SCHIAVONE, TIMOTHY I. .......254 SCHIEWETZ, DAVID W. ... . . . . 245 SCHIELTZ, ARVIE R. . ............ 201 SCHILLING, MICHAEL L. . . ...... 266 SCHINDLER, DAVID M. ... . . .. 348 SCHIPPER, KATHERINE A. 272 SCHIRA, MICHAEL C. ........... 295 SCHIRMEYER, KATHERINE ......259 SCHLEMANN, ANN V. .......... 348 SCHMIDT, CARROLL A. .. . . . .. 260 SCHMITT, CYNTHIA C. ......... 239 SCHMIDT, IANE E. .............. 348 SCHMIDT, RICHARD A. ..... 220, 348 SCHMIEDEBUSCH, DAVID ...... 292 SCHMIESING, JOYCE M. .,.. 196, 348 SCHMITMEYER, STEVEN H. . .,... 268 SCHMITF, GEORGE J. IR. ........ 348 SCHMITT, PATRICIA C. ..... 238, 348 SCHMIT, THOMAS P. ....... 193, 278 SCHMITZ, BARBETTE I ........,. 198 SCHMITZ, HELEN M. ............ 198 SCHNEBLE, JEROME A. .......... 199 SCHNEIDER, DONALD I. .... SCHNEIDER, PATRICIA A. 197, 275 SCHNELL, GEORGE R. ........... B5 SCHNIEDWIND, WILLIAM 258 SCHNIEGENBERG, G. F. ......... 245 SCHNIPPEL, THOMAS J. ... . . . . 348 SCHNELL, RICHARD D. . ........ 273 SCHNIEGFNBERG, C. M. . SCHOEN, RICHARD M. .. SCHOENIG, CANDACE D. . .. SCHOETTKER, IAMES A. .... . SCHONE, FRANK A. ...... . SCHORSCH, BARBARA I. SCHRADER, BERNADETTE .... SCHRADER, WILLIAM C. ... . . SCHRAFF, PAUL A. ........ . SCHRAMM, THOMAS C. ..,. . SCHRAPPEN, MARY N. ...... . SCHREIBER, JAMES W. ..... . SCHROEDER, DAVID A. .... . SCHROEDER, ELIZABETH ..... SCHROEDER, IANE M. .... . SCHROEDER, IANIS E. ...... . SCHROEDER, KEITH M, ..... . SCHROEDER, MICHAEL A. SCHROEDER, STEPHEN O. SCHROEDER, STEVEN B. SCHROEDER, WILMA T. SCHROER, LEONARD W. .... . SCHROER, MICHAEL E. . .. . SCHUBERT, GERALD T. IR. SCHUBERT, MARIANNE A. 198, SCHUCHTER, DON P. ...... . SCHUCK, CONSTANCE I. SCHUERINGS, ROBERT F. SCHULER, STEPHEN L. ....... . SCHULTE, MICHAEL E. ...... . SCHULTZ,LAWRENCEI. ..... . SCH URMANN, JOSEPH P. SCHUSTER, DAVID V. ....... . SCHUSTER, GU ENTER A. SCHUTTE, DOUGLAS W. SCHUTTE, HERBERT T. .... . SCHWARTZ, IAMES A. ., . . . SCHWARTZ, RODNEY J. SCHWEITZER, GAIL F. ...... . SCHWELLER, ELAINE E. ..... . SCORZA, LUCYANNE .. . SCOTT, FRED E. IR. ...... . . SCRITTORALE, RONALD ..... SEE, HARRY C. JR. ......... . SEEBERT, KATHLEEN A. ..,... . SEESAN, THOMAS M. ...... . SEGA, SALLY A. ...... . SEGER, DONALD H. .. SEIBEL, THOMAS W. .. .. SEHRT, ROBERT E. JR. . .. SEIGEL, IANET L. ..... . SEIKEL, IANIS E. .... . SEIPEL, LUCILLE K. .. SEITZ, PAMELA J. .... . SEITZ, PAULETTE J. .... SEIVERT, ANN C. .... . SEKELSKY, MICHAELI. .. SELEGA, FRANK A. .... SELFRIDGE,GLENN D. .... SELISKAR, IAMES T. ... SELL, NANCY A. . . . . SELLARDS, JOHN K. .. SELLAZZO, BART L. . .. SENGER, HARVEY E. ,.. . SERAZIN, SCOTT F. ......... . SEREWICZ, PATRICIA J. SEREWICZ, CATHERINE M. SERVOSS, HARRY H. ........ . SESTI, IENICE P. ............ . SEXTON, ELIZABETH I. SEXTON, MICHAEL D. .. SFERRA, GEORGE W. . .. SHADLE, GILBERT A. . . .. SHAFFER, MARIA E. . . .. SHAH, HARISH M. ........ . 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SHIKANY, JOSEPH F. . SHIMMAN, BRENDA A. . SHOCK, JOSEPH A. .... . SHOCK, TERESA L. ...,. . SHOENBARGER, PHYLLIS SHOUP, KAY F. ........ . ....276 ....260 349 ....266 199,209 ....199 ....288 246, 288 219, 350 . . . . 255 236, 350 .. ..... 220 218 233, 350 ........274 230, 350 219 193, 257 259 SHOUP, WILLIAM E. ............ 350 SHYMANSKI, DONALD A. . . . 203, 350 SHUSTER, SANDRA C. .......... 257 SIBEL MARY ANN T. ........ 218, 232 SICH, JOHN H. ,....... ... 199, 253 SICKLER, KATHRYN L. .. .... . 244 SIEBERN, JOHN S, ...... .... 2 47 SIEGEL, STACY R. .......... .... 268 SIEMBORSKI, SUSAN E. . .... 237 SIERRA, SHARON K. . SIERRA, RAFAEL A. . . 276 350 SICC, ALBERT I. ........ 202,205,264 SIGGELKOW, IOHN P. .......... 350 SIGNORELLI,IEROME I. ......... 270 SIKORA,WALTER s.IR. . . 191,208 SIRoRSRI,DAvIDw. 228 SILVER, DEBORAH L. ....... 209,350 SILVA, JOSEPH A. . . . . SIMMERER, IOHN M. .....Z81 ....350 SIMMONS, MARIANNE H ..... 253 SIMON, GEORGE A. .... ..... 2 52 SIMON, NANCY A. . ........ 209, 269 SIMON, ROGER A. ............. 246 SIMPSON, DONALD G. ..... 246, 350 SINAGRA, ROBERT C. .. .... . 286 SINGAGLIESE, PETER E. .... ...... 28 6 SINGER, MARTHA A. ....... 243, 269 SIRY THOMAS M. ...... 271 SIUTA, GERARD S. .. 198, 207, SIWULA, SANDRA I. ....... . SIZEMORE, MARK A. ..... . SIZEMORE, TED S. ........ . SKARBOWSKI, WALTER R. . SKELLY, WILLIAM H. ...... . SKERTIC, LESLIE A. ........ . SKIDMORE, BARBARA I. 192, SKOLNICKI, JOHN I. 190,197, SKRIBLIS, IGORS ......... . SKUDLAREK, WILLIAM J. 228, SKUNZA, ADRIAN M. ..... . SKULLY, NOREEN E. ... SKURKA, CELINE I. .... SLATTERY, EILEEN F. ... SLAVIK, FRANK J. IR. .. SMEADER, IOHN J. .... SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH SMITH SMITH -SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITHI SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, SMITH, 1 1 1 BARBARA ..... BARBARA I. . . . BARRY H. . . . BENITA A. .... . CHRISTINE E. .... DEBORAH A. . . .. DONALD ...... GARY W. ..... . GREGORY A. HENRY R. IR. JANET E. ...... . JENNIFER M. .. . JENIFER, M. . . . . JOANNE M. . . . IUDY B. ...... . KEVIN I. ........ . KIMBERLY B. IMARIRAEC. ,MARRR. ,MARYIANEA. .... . NORMAN PAUL PAMELA A. ..... . PATRICK A. ... PATRICK T. .. .. PIERCE A. ...... . RAYMOND L. .... . RAYMOND W. RICHARD J. .... . ROBERT D. .. . . ROGER F. .... . . . ROSEMARY P. .. . STEVEN P. SUSAN IANE ..... THOMAS E. .... . THOMAS I. IR. . .. THOMAS J. ..... . THOMAS M. . . . . SMITH, WILLIAM C. ... 217,350 193,350 . .. 280 ... 280 ... 350 193,278 ... 274 221,293 284,350 ... 199 245,351 ... 246 197,244 196,287 ... 351 ... 351 ... 351 . .. 276 ... 351 199,220 . .. 257 . . , 267 . . . 264 ... 199 . .. 203 ... 278 ... 351 192,351 208,351 218,351 . .. 192 ... 351 ... 286 ... 285 198,288 ... 284 ... 255 . .. 233 ... 269 ... 270 ... 275 ... 351 . . . 229 . . . 223 ...196 233 235 272 209 351 258 256 351 286 SMOLINSKI, FRANK I. .......... 264 SMOLINSKI, RONALD E. .... 199, 220 SMYTHE, JAMES H. ..... . . . . 232, 351 SNAMAN, JAMES W. .... . . ..... 190 SNOW, WILLIAM T, III ' .......... 232 SNYDER, CATHY L. ......... 243, 351 SNYDER, STANLEY H. ........... 190 SOKOLNICKI, HENRY R. SOLIMINE, VINCENT N. . . . SOLMA, MARTIN A. SM SOLORZANO, VICTOR F. SOLTIS, JAMES V. . ........ .. SOMMERS, MARIA F. ...... . SONDLES, KAREN I. .... ...,351 234 352 262 200, 220 289, 352 ....352 SONNHALTER, CHARLESJ. . SOPKO, IANE M. ......... . SOPKO, WILLIAM E. 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SM STANLEY, SUSAN M. ...... . STANSBURY, ANNE C. .... . STANTON, MARIE A. ..... . STARK, PETER M. ..... .... STASI, JOSEPH I. SM . . . STAZYK, THOMAS F. . .. STCYR, ROGER A. .... STEBEL, IUDITH A. .... . STEC, PETER P. ......... . STEFANEK, DEBORAH G. . . . STEFFENS, BRUCE C. . .. STEIN, HARRY K. JR. .... STEIN, IOHN C. ...... . STEIN, IOHN W. JR. ..... . STEINBICKER, MARY D. .... STEINDEL, SUSAN P. ...... . STEINER, DON PAUL ....... STEINLAGE, PATRICIA R. ... STEINLAGE, VERNA M. ... STEINMETZ, JOHN F. . . STELL, BARRY I. ...... . STEMLEY, JOHN I. ........ . STEPHAN, WAYNE P. ...... . STEPOWANY, SHARON .... STERLE, FRANCINE A. ..... . STEVENS, H. LAWRENCE . . . STEVENS, LEIGH E. ........ . STEVENS, WILLIAM J. ..... . STEWARD, KATHRYN A. . . . STEWART, DARRELL W. . . STEWART, KATHLEEN M. . .. STICKANE, CARL E. ....... . STICKLEY, CHRISTINE A. ... STIER, MARY K. .......... . STIMLER, JAMES T. . . . . STIMLER, IOHN E. ........ . STIMMEL, DARRYL D. .... . STITT, JAMES E. ........... . STIVORICH, VIRGINIA A. . . STODD, JEFFREY M. ...... . STOEPLFR, MARY K. .,.... . STOKES, MICHAEL P. .. STONE, RITA ANN . .. STONER, CAROL M. ... STONER, STEPHEN L. ...... . STORTS, WILLIAM III ...... STRACK, STEPHEN J. ...... . STRADIOT, MICHAEL A. . . . STRANGE, ROBERT R. ..... . STRANIERO, VIRGINIA M. STRAUSBURG, IEANNIE J. .. STRAUTHERS, ROBERT L. . . STREET, KELLY I. ........ . STREET, KEVIN I. ...... . STRICKFADEN, ANN L. .... . STROHL, DOUGLAS K. ... .. STROHMAN, IANE A. .. .. STROUD, CARMAN R. .... . STRZELEC, FRANCIS S. .... . STRZELECKI, JOANNE M. . .. STUBBERS, PATRICIA I. .. .. STUERENBERG, SANDRA S. . STUHLREYER, ANN C. ..... . SUBICH, CARL R. ....... . 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