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ian Vol. 54 Dayton Eameasmmnw CH. 5935: .. wan: mavmkw... r vg -; 3A v n , , gm , V d Syd any new? "-5.. .5: Eli mig Q.:xli.svm.m ...-....7ng.m.,amww-w ; iiiiibimwr In the beginning we came to the University of Dayton as - Freshmen. We stood in hour- Iong lines for 105, registration, drop-add and of course dinner. We were introduced to our new roommate who would live with us for the next nine months or maybe just a week. . . . We met a lot of people; ' some became friends, and some didn't. . . . We studied until our brains just couldn't take a'nymOre. . . . . We stood behindour Flyers through rain, . shine, and lost games. . . . In the end when we gradu- ate from UD , it seems like it just began yesterday. 4 In The Beginning. To The End 5 We Visit The Union . . . . . Wm - . . . Walking To And From '1 q M Wm ,'W w Am Colov 9 . i! m; We Swing Into Parties . . . As We Enjoy Campus Life 11 12 We Are Separate People . . . . . . But Apart 0f U.D. 13 7 1 n e e W b Ala H It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World 18 Homecoming Homecoming 19 At 11:30 AM on Homecoming Saturday, the annual homecoming pre-game parade left its starting point at Parking Lot E and wound its way through the campus. The parade then proceeded down Stewart Street to Welcome Stadium and the Flyers football game. The weather did not agree with the festivities, but som ehow it did not dampen the spirits of the students and alumni who gathered to reminsce and enjoy in Homecoming weekend. In true tradition of both enjoyment and remembering, a tailgate party was held as a post-game rest period, a pre-game pep rally, and a time to party. 20 Homecoming 70mm 99 Homecom'ng 21 u; -ukx atlsnlu; w; J: 1! a ,, 22 Homecoming 23 Homecoming mg 24 Homecom Homecoming 25 26 Homecoming Homecoming 27 everybody's sayin' if music is love Elvis: The King who conquered the world with his pelvic bones Leon: The Master of Space and Time with his lovely Delta Lady Larry Coryell: flying high, solo, pyrotechnics of improvisation on jazz guitar Billy Joel: Long Island man - child, working class Piano Man Earth, Wind and Fire: shinin' star no matter who you are Norman Blake: back to the roots; folk, blues and Mississippi - two steppin' the people filled the stands and the' music played the band These were some of the acts that came to Dayton this past year. The Mini Concerts, spon- sored by the Student Association, booked different musical acts for the varied tastes of the students. The days of the minstrel in the gallery are gone. The high costs of promoting concerts limited the Student Association's ability to bring the monster groups to the University. But, they gave the more obscure musicians the chance to display their talents. Music is a lifesaver for the students to reach out and grab hold of when overwhelmed by academic concerns. Music is love. And love is better when it's shared. For those who share the love of music with others: it was a very good year. 28 Elvis - Norman Blake 29 Larry Coryell 30 Earth Wind And Fire Earth Wind And Fire 31 32 Earth Wind And Fire Leon RusseH 33 22 Top' November 10 and Billy Joel brought some mid-week diversion to campus. Joel is a master of the keyboards and an excellent performer. From the very opening of the concert he estab- lished a rapport with the small but vocal audi- ence. Looking for all the world like a rising young business executive, Joel walked onstage that night and gave a performance that left the crowd screaming for more. The performer mixed old favorites with selections from his latest album, keeping the pace of the concert fast and enjoy- able. His piano work is amazing and was no- where better displayed than in his performance of "Travelling Prayer" which brought the audi- ence to its feet for a standing ovation. Joel not only gave a concert he performed to his audience seeming aware of the mood and desires of the people in the crowd. Perhaps someone was telling him what to play next be- cause he occassionaly wandered off-stage and into the crowd. Joel gave a great performance that night and those that saw it were quite impressed. The major problem however was the small turnout. Joel drew fewer than one thousand people and the future of SA sponsored concerts was jeop- 34 Billy Joel Raising his cup on high Billy Joel salutes Disco Music hich he spoofed in his performance of the song "Hand- uall." The song was an excellent blend of jazz and melodic ock music that showed off not only Joel's impressive usical talent but also that of his band. The band was tight nd professional. The sax player Richy Cannatta stood out 5 a talented musician who made this piece quite memor- ble. Most of the songs that night were high spirited and fast paced ballads drawn from the experiences and fantasies of the Long Island musician. The fourth encore was a much slower piece apparently designed to put the brakes on the pace. Joel had to calm the crowd which clamored for more after the concert was ended. Billy Joel 35 36 Christmas On Campus Christmas On Campus 37 0.. 38 Christmas On Campus Christmas On Campus 39 40 Christmas On Campus Christmas On Campus 41 istmas On Campus 42 Chr Tender Is The Night urnabout 43 44 Turnabout m; gainesmk 1A is w; , 3i. Turnabout 45 46 Turnabou Turnabout 47 48 Turnabout Turnabout 49 - 50 Turnabout 1 5 t u 0 b a n r u T 4r; 3:; V . 3w v.9. was 01 Ju ,9 cult- Administrati r g g ' Q .. , H .. : variety of dis' ptmes into a meaningqu and able TV'synthesis. " Th3. he goal of our a u ethaps a , prof has offered you a book ; jto read, puHed you into his office to discuss ,y , goats, or chailenged you to a 850 to Rev Raymond A. Roesch, President 58 Administration ARTS and SCIENCES DEAN; ROW 1: Richard Peterson, Ann Franklin, Sr. Ellen Murphy. ROW 2: Rocco Donatelli, Bro. Leonard Mann. Vice President for Financial Affairs: Gerald W. Vonderbrink. Business Manager: Robert V. Rotterman. TOP TO BOTTOM: Vice President for Student Development: Margaret Mary Holland. Vice President for Academic Affairs: Bro. Joseph stander. Vice President for University Rela- tions: Torn Frericks. S9 PSYCHOLOGY ROW 1: Don Polzella, Eliot Butler, Kris Ludwigsen, Berthol Berg. ROW 2: Kenneth Kuntz, Marsha Jacobson, Charles Kimble, Frank Dapolito. ROW 3: James Rotton, Ron Katsuyama, Samuel Bower, Judith Allek. PHYSICS ROW 1: Rick Cothern, Joseph Kepes. ROW 2: Perry Yaney, George Miner. ROW 3: James Sch- neider. ROW 4: Tom Graham, Mike O'Hare, Mario Crivello. Arts and Sciences CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEATED: Pat Aithon, Bill Ullrich, Sharon Franer. STANDI Brian E. Foischner, Jim Adamitis, Doug Bench. 60 POLITICAL SCIENCE: Richard Liebler, Henry Anna, A.E. Lapitan, Mari- lyn Whisler, Kenneth Howard, Norman J. Fogel, Fred Iascho, Gerald Kerns, Margaret P. Karns. BIOLOGY ROW 1: Faye Schwelitz, Oscar C. Jaffee, P. K. Bajpai. ROW 2: Donald Geiger, S. A. Sonstein, G. D. Shay. ROW 3: J. Laufer- sweiler, J. J. Cooney, S. A. Silver. ROW 4: C. J. Chantell, J. M. Ramsey. PUTER SCIENCE STAN DING: Thomas Schoen, Joseph Keim, Lawrence Jehn, Edward -ndorf, Dave Struble. SEATED: Jack Kester. 4w! 61 MATHEMATICS ROW 1: K.C. Schraut, John McCloskey, B.S. Rice. ROW 2: John E. Kauflin, Tom Gantner, R.C. Steinlage. ROW 3: S.J. Back, J.W. Friel, R.E. Peterson. ROW 4: G. Shaughnessy, B.J. Ploeger, C.R. Powder, R.B. Gorton. PERFORMING 3 VISUAL ARTS ROW 1: Marilyn Sandness, Betty Berk, ROW 2: Carol Baxter, Connie Mibton, Terry Hitt. ROW 3: Louis Weber. ROW 4: Bernard Plogman, Patrick Gilvary, Tom Strohmaier. W F' l' A .. "A x u g.gtt HOME ECONOMICS ROW 1: Barbara De Luca, Bella Freeman. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY: Carol M. Shaw, Garth Lawle ROW 2: Eileen Mahoney, JoAnne Lefler, Betty Schoieder. ROW 3: Betty Weber, Julie Palmut, Pauline Metyger. 62 ELF DIRECTED LEARNING L to R: Fr, Charles Brady, Janet Kalven, GEOLOGY L to R: Charles J. Ritter, George Bruce Taylor. Springer, Kathryn Gray. ANGUAGES ROW 1: Bro. George McKenzie. ROW 2: Gordon A. Neufang, ndria Chiodo, Vivian Pentecost. ROW 3: J. Micheal Greely, Enrique omaguera, Rosario Cambria. ROW 4: Carlos Galeano, Marisus Castello- .mas. ROW 5: Edward Hatch, Fr. Joseph Zeinz, Robert Conrad. MILITARY SCIENCE ROW 1: Opt. James Spieth, Cpt. John Basilotto. ROW 2: Maj. John Bloyd, LTC. William Benagh Cpt. Orin Durham. CHEMISTRY ROW 1: Robert Keil, Laurence Foz, Howard Knachel. ROW 2: Al Fratini, S.L. Eveslage, Bro. John Lucier, Sanford Singer, Carl Michaelis, Bro. Cletus Chudd. ENG LISH ROW 1: Bernard Horst, Micheal Means, Bud Cochran, Alex Cameron. ROW 2: Herbert W. Martin, P.B. Labadie, E.K. Stockum, Suzanne Palumbo, Joseph Pici, K. Marie, L. Marie, H. Rougier. ROW 3: Eugene August, Frank Henninger, Lawrence A Ruff, R.A. Kimbrough, A. McCarthy,SM, J. Farrelly, Joe Patrouch, Pete Arons, F. Anthony Macklin. 64 SOCIOLOGY SEATED: An- thony Fresina, Mary Jo Huth, Bernard Riegel, John Reynolds. STAN DING: John Dickson, John Skerl, John Bregenzer, Matthew Bald- win. HISTORY SEATED: Ed King, Betty Ann Perkins, Frank Mathias. STANDING: George Ruppel, Raymond Maras, Erving Beauregard, Leroy Eid, Pat Palermo, Al Barman. ELIGIOUS STUDIES SEATED: W. Cole, C. Bradey, M. Kohmescher, C. L'Heureux. STAN DING: N. Burns, D. cCrabh, M. Barnes, T. Martin, B. Manno, L. Murray, J. Lay, W. Anderson. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROW 1: Linoa Leuthauser, Carole Siciliano, Doris Drees. ROW 2: Mary SChOOI 0f Leonard, John Schleppi, Jim LaVanche. ROW 3: Don More- field, Robert Boyce, Carole Roberts. l Educahon COUNSELOR EDUCATION Bernard Diethorn, Eugene Moulin DEANS: Ellis A. Joseph, Joseph E. White. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SEATED: Sr. Elizabeth Waters, Sr. Catheri Rudolph. TABLE: Wm. Beitzel, Gordon Fuchs, Ann Rapp. STANDING: Gordon Anderson, Simon Chavez, Paul Lutz. 66 FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: FORE TO BACK: John Britt, Audrey Grob, Sr. Loretta Petit, John Geiger. EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION: Dr. John 0' Donnell. "1me ommg mt ,... V. .WA .10 mg? RN: 00,. SECONDARY EDUCATION SEATED: Pauline Metzger, Laura Clinman, Michael Hennissy. STANDING: Ed Gay, Robert Kreigbaum, Helen Frye, Mary Zahner. I SChOOI 0f BUSlness MARKETING ROW 1: Orville Comer, Ray Kline, Peggy Carter. ROW 2: Paul Merenski, Alan King, Harry Murphy. ROW 3: Jim SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Janice Huff, Mary Civille, Nancy Williams, Bill Sekely, Louis Caoella, Tom White. Forthofer. ACCOUNTING SITTING: Betty Coffey, Willard Clark, Barbara Cervay. STANDING: John Keye Edward Rodgers, Mike Geary, Andrew Fioriti, Ray Heidtke, John Ellis, Bob Sanford. 68 ECONOMICS-FINANCE SEATED: John Rapp. STANDING: Fr. Paul Louis, Russell Raney, Markham Collins, Steve Claiborn, Walter Wilson, John Weiler, Bernard Winger. BUSINESS DEANS: John E. J. Hoben. Ellis Jr. William ; g4" uniavtm SINESS MANAGEMENT SEATED: Charles Schleidler, Stan Stough, Richard Mc- ine. STANDING: George Gillespie, John Darr, J. Paul Bowling, 0. Martin Holland. 69 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: Raymond Pucket Donald Staudter. School Of Engineering Dean David C. Kraft ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING L to R: F. Gerald Albers, Donald E. Lewis, Bernhard M. Schmidt, Anthony J. Evers. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ROW 1: Vic: Rooney, Richard Hazen. ROW 2: Douglas Hanneman, Joe Farren, Earl Iselin, Jr. 70 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ROW 1: A. Ray, H. Chuang, J. Wurst, H. Smith. ROW 2: L. Boehman, F. Bogner, J. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY L to R: Fred Minardi, J. Crisp. ROW 3: J. Pinson, J. Eimermacher, J. Kretzler, Jesse Wilder, Robert L. Wolff, Robert L. Mott. Schauer, R. Harmer. . . ....:i.. w.-.w' op CIVIL ENGINEERING ROW 1: Norman Phillips, Elmer H. Payne. ROW 2: -eorge B. Shaw, Roger F. Weiss, 5- James Ryckman, Robert Thomson. ottom CHEMICAL ENGINEERING L to R: Charles W. Sandy, Ronald A. Servais. ichael A. Bobal. 1 Y gay ,, ; wgkv , ., , , ,V , wMWaNWg yaw? V..Vw .. ,L . , , , 1 , me 9 g imam; m e. . eH .6 III; 0:3, W Y Lambda Lambda Lambda ROW 1: R. Nagy, P. Duffy, L. Russo, T. Moran, M.B. Durkee. ROW 2: D. Xanos, A. Jordan, S. Turnansky, E. Schmidt, C. Boyle. ROW 3: D. Galba, T. White, E. Doherty, P. Benzon, M.F. Daly, M. Kanally. ROW 4: T. Vertovec, K. Klein, M. Renaud, C. McCarthy, B. Kindt, B. McGann. Omega ROW 1: M.A. Ratiaczak, J. Zerovnik, C. Wasiloff, C. Matray, N. Jackson. ROW 2: K. French, L. Donell, L. Hensman, T. Zugay, P. Marshall. Lambda Nu ROW 1: c. Wallitoch, T. Herbert, E. Murphy, L. Beenard, E. Mullarkey, R. Osborne, F. Pro. ROW 2: S. Drew, C. Borgstede, L.A. Smerke, C. Sabol, C. True- man, E. Galen, A. Schweer. 74 Tau Kappa EpsHon ROW 1 L to R: Gerry Murphy, Scotty Henry, Michael Moriarty, Tommy Schmidt, Georgey Gabettie. ROW 2: Mattie Carroll, Kevin Ritchie, Rick Ratkjen, Scott London, Bill "MC" Mc- Donald, Paul Depman, Terry Hattan. ROW 3: Tim Smythe, Jack Cor- dell, Kevin Ganger, Jim Wendel. Pm Kappa Mu ROW 1 L to R: Drew Dillon, Dan Ursu, Mike Decocco, Patrick C. Burke. ROW 2: George Fenton, Don Bunn, Tom Hickey, John Bondra, Herb Rumpf, Dave Lewis. ROW 3: Joe Waller, John Kocak, Fred McGarry, Mike Grubenhoff, Mike Donowick, C. R. Dono- van. 75 ROW 1 L to R: Bob O'Donohue, Mike Mulvi- hill, Chuck Calhoun, Jim Calhoun, Jim Colaianni, Ray Atkin. ROW 2: Chris Kimball, Mike Dalton, Rich Benziger, Steve Redua, Carl Crum, Paul Colahan, Joe Luke, Tom Radziminski. ROW 3: Tom Otis Sheldon, Neil Corri- gan Jr., Frank Palmeri, Dave Ahasir, Jeff Debruge, George Gilhooley, Ken Smyrk, Brian Murphy, Cris Kaye. Delta Gamma Omega ROW 1 L to R: John "Oskie" Petrusyk, Dave Lionetti, Tom Grote, Steve Gaughan, Mark Heintz. ROW 2: Ray Piela, Steve Virzi, Dave Miller, John Loughery, Chris Hamm, Al Fang- man, Jim "Finny" Loughery. ROW 3: Pat White, Terry Lee, Kenny Dorger, Jim "Jabber" Davenport, Kenny Mc- Ninch, Bobby "T" Tim- brook. 76 Lamdba Chi Alpha ROW 1: Gary Itzel, Rick Volpe, Dan Bradley, Tom Labriola. ROW 2: Steph Fedarcyk, Al Lopez, Kevin Mulligan, Ron Kuchinski. ROW 3: Mark Lucot, Buddy Fletcher, Neil Byrne, Bob Salveson, Rich Bradley, Tom Volpe. ROW 4: Jean-Philippe Chounet, Larry Ru550, Mark Grencavnge, Charles Gra- ham, Rick Andrascik, Darryl Dowers, George Bonland. ROW 5: Mark Ellinwood. ROW 6: Jit. Ferrise, Ed Scheele, Gary Goodlein, Tim Hammer, Mike Ver- Iingo, Art Wrightson, Mark Dischrit, Rich Germinder. ROW 7: Greg Hammer, Terry LaFrankie, Jim Macnamara, John Fox. Alpha Kappa Psi W 1: Rick Perti, John ampak, John Ferrero, ll Lebling, Vince aramonti. ROW 2: Mike andy, Dave Skelton, gar Pressley, John Iska, Dan DiFranco, eith Brice. ROW 3: Joe rker, Torn Mackin, Ji -' artsman, Adam Ciedik v Gonnella, Bob Hurw y, Andy Golon, Joev tuber, Bill Scheper 3W 41Ed McGann, Bob essina, Chris Moormaw rug Franklin, Bill Hgnh e DeRose. ROW 5 7 ija, Jeff Neal, Dave waski, Mike DeRe etis; Tim O'Toole. 78 Gamma Gamma Kappa ROW 1: A. DePaul, M. Coyne, A. Brennan, M. Flanagan, K. Blaeser, C. Bacon. ROW 2: D. Edinger, S. Greene, J. Kennedy, C. Polaska, C. Sabol, K. Schnieder, K. McCabe. ROW 3: J. Purnhagen, A. Champa, M. Walker, S. Carey, D. Battersby, J. Sechrist, S. Dury. ROW 4: K. Morrisey, C. Duhig, E. Agnello, J. Openlander, J. Fagan, T. Kapral, T. Paumier. ROW 5: L.A. Oberhelman, D. Adler, C. Stetanek, M.A. Cullinan, M. Murray. Kappa Chi ROW 1:J. Saccomono, J. Bindl, J. Clark. ROW 2: E. Becker, P. Ross, K. Iott, A. Fehring, C. Grzysowski. ROW 3: L. Princic, R. Mc- Coy, E. Parovbek, K. Mol- chan, M. Burns, R. Dill, S. Krejci. ROW 4: M. O'Grady, W. Gelb, C. Schanz, G. Diskin, J. Reed, M. Toer- ner. ROW 5: J. Stillwell, J. Charhut, J. Nelson, M.J. Kissnae, D. Bekta, B. Lau- man, M. McGregor, P. Basta, C. Brown, S. Allin. Dena Tau Nu ROW 1: Walter Moore, Dan Poland, Dave Guiltinan, Dennis Walsh, Mark Zonno. ROW 2: John Van Ost, John Mulligan, Mike Herold, Jeff Marpe, Dan Murphy, Barry Hill, John Eblacker. ROW 3: Frank Ramos, Ridley Watts, Dave Riperberger, Ron Duke, Kevin Mart. 79 Epsilon Delta Tau 1: Tony Klejna, Mike ider, Tom Weinandy, llonnier, John Datko, ?ye, Mark Gerken, Gallagher. ROW 2: Basso, Don Saunders, Hanf, John Hammer, .0 Fernandez, Richard , Phil Heink, Gary I, Mike Leffler, Ratib , Tim Woehrle. 80 Phi Sigma Kappa ROW 1: Laura O'Sullivan, Eileen Wisnieuski, Bernie Bub nis, Kathy Debevec, Mary Frank. ROW 2: Bill Johnson, Roger Young, Jeff Baker, JOhl Walters, Ron Chernek, Bill Powell. ROW 3: Pat Collins, Ray Farabaugh, Steve Stock- berger, Jim Bitten, Bruce Pon' son, Mario Sisca. lupha Nu Omega ROW 1: C. Mayer, A. Cahill, P. Soderman, A. Karad, J. Cinque, F. Long. ROW 2: P. Ignelzi, K. Davis, D. Leonard, J. Mansfield, B. Stewart, G. Cook, M. Riley. ROW 3: F. Albright, B. Mills, M. Lowery E. Gabral, J. Sheehan, J. Petrone, M. Barvell, D. Con- nolly, D. Weber. L to R: Mark Arrignton, Carlos Bar- nett, Thomas Moon, Keith Cosby, Al- fredo Hanni- bal, Anthony Calloway, George Wil- liams. 82 Rho Rho Rho lST ROW, Mark Du- pont, Rick Rogers, Pat Palermo, Rob Finno, Dave Wagner 2ND ROW, George P. Hanley, Bruce Baum- back, Mike Thomp- son, Jerry Reinhard 3RD ROW, Steve Nichol, Kevin Cal- lahan, Brian Dormish, Nick Santora, Tom Ferrarh 4TH ROW, Ken Rad- ziwanowski, Pat Foley, Pete Altieri, Mike McGuinness 5TH ROW, John Wulff, Bob Miller, Craig Kloss, Chuck Lewis, Tim Thall, missing Steve Max Gayes Greek Life Style 84 85 87 Wm? t 120 , e 9 r1 .0 ,g. gm $16 ilk v1.3a 5; tons ya? 5nd , Q1 xiv ; mmv ,, 4 , , Wm? at 0 am Better Communications Club K. Yount, J. Dorwart, J. Parker, W. Harrilqhak, and friends: Mandy and Chara. Student Dietetic Association ROW 1: K. Havranek, S. Morath, M. White, M. Schulze. ROW 2: N. Bolenbaugh, K. McFadden, A. Pater, R. Sitter. ROW 3: P. McNaney, A. Rejent, J. Cipriano, P. Burke. ROW 4: R. Barry, L. Garnon, N. Jackson, K. Bartal, J. Vatch. Not Pictured: K. Bellesky, H. Busam, P. Chambers, C. Pubal. ROW 1: M. Lovenz, B. Coyne, S. Guschwan. ROW 2: J. Sacksteder, J. Farrow, K. Fitzpatrich, G. Kleesattel, A. Nordyke. ROW 3: K. Nord, R. Delaney, G. Barry, E. . . Potter. ON LADDER: R. Hant, K. Romero. ROW 4: K. Hemmelgara, B. Burger, S. Spotllght PrOdUCtlons Webb, S. Couper. ROW 5: T. Bihn, M. Meran, M. Miller, S. Leeder. ' ' ' B. Chavez, B. Hellman, P. Wernkle, T. Cystic FlbeSlS Volunteers Trimbach, G. Wilson. ROW 1: S. Landry, J. Macnamara, J. Luke. ROW 2: M. Levender, H. Gogol, M. McQuinnis, S. Tobia, E. Fuller, L. Petracca. ROW 3: K. Granger, N. Wahl, E. Thompson, K. Laux, C. Minardi, S. Gross, D. Armstrong, D. Allen, J. Scully, V. Hardy. ROW 4: D. Schpetti, D. Hatzworth, K. Fitzmyer, D. Rescinti, D. Massy, R. Voyles, D. Ursu, C. Sabol. Student Association Joint Council Of Engineers American Institute Of Chemical Engineers ROW 1: M. Miller, P. Hagwood, P. Russell, T- Udovic. ROW 2: P. Sosky, F. Linek, P. Ohl, S. Incze, C. Plictha, T. Rothwell, W. DeVelin. ROW 3: T. Henly, S. Evans, L. Russo, J. Ziska. ROW 4: P. Weisman, A. Dixon, M. Cala, B. Colt, S. Velton, T. Black, T. Moder, J. Rowland, Dr. Michael Bobal. Bridge Club ROW 1: B. Frommel, H. Rernan, M. Leibowitz, D. Adkinson. ROW 2: C. Kernan. MISSING: B. Burlec, P. Burlec, J. Poley, J. Poley, E. Pudezzi, J. DiLeonardo. C. Conway, T. Grimm, M. Cashman, ROW 2: S. Rollins, C. Carlson, M. Schroering, M. Ruffolo. ROW 3: . Chimenti, . Krug, . Bookster, . Jette, . Kramer, . Boyer, . Scott. LeCercIe Frangais ROW 1: M. Cappuccio, D. Cun- ningham, A. Wilging, ROW 2: D. Zarzecki, B. Knox, ROW 3: S. Perz, K. Witt. ROW 4: M. Davis, J. Rende, J. Trautlein. ROW 5: K. Geraci, M. Sprauer, S. Miller. ROW 6: J. thwarze. ROW 7: Prof. Greelg, N. O'Toole. St. Joe's Tutoring Club ROW 1: C. Lennon, K. Havranek, P. Ohl, R. Mulls. ROW 2: N. Mullane, J. Lacey, M. Sletten, P. Borg- stede, B. Heingen, J. Sedita. 4.: S J. Dono- G George, B. Carter, R . Whiting, S R OW 2 Warren B. Tannahill, M. Down- ie, Taylor, I. Crenshaw. F. , Is. i Association Ineers Elles, J. imple, J. Harr E. A lbergott R M. Shay, P. Russell R. ty Eng L. Roberts, . I . , D. Saunders, Ru Kubit, D. Saunders, ln0fl J. Coley, K. Baciak. ROW 2 B. Knox, F. Linek, N. Wahl. For Advancement Student Alumn M ROW 1 mg, van ROW 1 Malone Migell, S. ROW 3 , i . .Ihm. 3 ! a war... 96 Pershing Rifles ROW 1: D. Anslinger, R. Houser, J. D'Aimco, K. French, K. Randell, F. Benedett. ROW 2: A. Connolly, V. Runyan, J. Waldrop, R. Mach, P. Thatcher, J. Hawk, J. Meggers, J. Cecelic, R. Allen, ROW 3: M. Gail, T. McAuIiffe, P. Wesley, T. Almay, E. Congdon, T. Wells Pittsburgh Club ROW 1: E. Szeremet, L. Donell, T. Wojtkun, M. Pitar. ROW 2: C. Plickta, D. Stricker, A. Rosinko, C. Wasiloff, D. Pennington ii? 1' '41 4'41 ,1 eting Association Knights Of Columbus ROW 1: M. Danielson, T. Ferraia, L. Dantuono, Fr. 8. L. Horst, S.M., W. Huels- man. ROW 2: B. Curran, M. Gilligan, D. Shanahan, G. Holler, D. Newell. ' ' ROW 1:J. Kaps, S. Ebenger, H. Kernan, E. Madden, L. Brown. Law ASSOCIatlon For women ROW 2: L. Ozzi, B. Johnson, L. Surber, T. Mason. MISSING: I. Moore, P. Burke, P. Kahn, P. Egbert, C. Smith, J. Herling, J. Muto, J. Wagner, D. Criscuoli, B. Dickey. Commuter Club ROW 1: T. Kwest, P. Miles, R. Miheloew, H. Fenton, A. Shaw, T. Hatton, M. Koehl, T. Martin, J. Otto, R. Gaier, J. Boison, L. Cosenza. ROW 2: D. Holzwarth, B. Wagner. DOWN STAIRS: B. Rosell, C. Minardi, E. Fuller, S. Velton, E. Gibson, J. Taylor, D. Allen, T. Becker. ROW 3: J. Ellis, K. Meeds, M. Haller, J. Moots. MISSING: M. Wagner, M. Dougherty, S. Rover, M. Mills, C. Wan- gan, T. Bishop, M. Irving, M. Nanue. Home Ec Club SITTING: T. Miller, E. Szeremet, C. Wasi- Ioff, P. Huddleston, T. Lakes. STANDING: J. Sheeley, A. Wilging, B. Heinzen, Mrs. B. DeLuca, advisor, B. Zajbel, T. Crumley. American Society Of Mechanical Engineers ROW 1: s. stander, s. Lykins, A. Fernaudez-Fraga. ROW 2: P. Heink, R. McMullen, Paptzun, M. Schneider, R. Wimer . . ROW 1: P. Sissin, A. Wilging, J. Sur- U.D. SWIng Slngers wald, A. Glover, R. Marcozzi. ROW 2: D. Brousseau, J. Reed, Bro. Don. ROW 3: T. Keavenly, J. Wolfe, T. Dorrow, D. Climenhaga, P. McGill, C. Cross, J- Auble, J. Nielsen. 100 American Chemical Society Student Affiliate ROW 1: M. HoYing, J. Steininger, S. Horvath. ROW 2: R.M. Deibel, J.C. Foster, M. Koenig. ROW 3: R. Clark, J. Broering, E. Dolan, L. Weiskittel. ROW 4: C. Armstrong, A. Gusching, L. Chase, J. Fudge, M. Watts. Ski Club ROW 1: P. Gallagher, L. Gerbracht, T. Kamienski, K. Harrington, H. Dela- Vergne, B. Graf, J. Migliore, T. Bieke. ROW 2: P. Doyle, M. Michaels, L. Howen- stein, J. Bowe, M. Mullaney, M. Lanza- fame, A. Hinman, B. Rush, M. Zimmer, D. Mehan. ROW 3: L. Lee, G. VanHorn, T. Cabrey, A. Hadam, B. Geary, R. Russo, B. Bagnato, J. Gloakler, 8. Pope. ROW 4: C. Reed, S. Vesel, G. Chokan, J. McCabe, M. Spina, K. Steiger, G. Anderle, T. Tekach, J. Yates. 101 ROW 1: D. Jenkins, C. Murley, K. Randall, S. Gette J. D'Amico, J. Bielefeld. ROW 2: P. Wesley, M. Jozwiak, B. Back. G. Williamitis, G. Adams. ROW M.M. McKinley, D. Fultz, M. Okita, A. Bailey, B. Rangers DeRubertis. Missing: Major Bloyd. Council For Exceptional Children ROW 1: C. Morrin, C. Henderson, P. Grimes. ROW 2: D. Pinnington, A. Donia, J. Fromm, S. Broschart, M. Mc- Cormick. ROW 3: M. McCarthy, D. Delozier, S. Koch, J. Frost, C. Knapke, D. Buttete- veith. veland Club W 1: D. Martens, C. Morrin, J. Roseman, S. Hillman, A. ia, E. Michalski. ROW 2: C. Constantin, M. Seibert, M. ers, M. Cipra, D. Stricker, J. Wojtkun, D. Dzurikanin. ROW 3: E. Szeremet, C. Wasiloff, L. Madigan, P. Wester- heide, L. Hensman, K. Calvey. ROW 4: J. McGinty, G. Bohland, B. Zarlino. Boys Club ROW 1: C. Wasiloff, L. Ensman. ROW 2: D. Dzurikanin, D. Eder, B. Cramer, M. Sheller. ROW 3: C. Hill, C. Morrin, T. Lakes, P. Webber, M. Lorenz, D. Hanusik. Miss- ing: T. Froehlich, R. Wingo. l'lW ...,WWw 1; Law? WW"; ilon ls- ia. Alckmon. MISS- Holiday, Iaz Shades Of Black J K. II. a xi wJ, V. M... Be ...u .w m. ML 1 l. l mA 3 ml, .m e" m we .n . c .s II B ll iday, S p E a h m. A a d .D m a I. J. Coleman, C. Morr : D. Bolling, :V. Hall, P. Hayes, D. Butts, K. Hol ROW 1 ROW2 G. Broal, J. Thompson, ING M. Dolan, M. Turzansk Shadions. Society Of Manufacturing Engineers A. Pope, D. Vorst, J. Zemanek, P. Chaconas Biology Club ROW 1: D. Slancza, S. Baron, M. Wendeln, M. Kossler, K. Fisher. ROW 2: B. Noland, V. Steigelman, H. Wong, K. Martling. ROW 3: R. Newkold, C. Means, A. Ischiderer, C. Armstrong, A. Bowlz. ROW 4: J. Laufersweiler, D. Marchuk, M. Moriarty. Tau Alpha Pi Gngineerinv ROW 1: M. Zimmerman, J. Bange, D. Vorst, J. Zemanek. ROW 2: P. VandeWater, P. Chaconis, R. Duke. ROW 1: C. Poulos, C. O'Friel, K. Heabse, S. Foneman, L. gins, A. Walsh, L. Garauglia. ROW 5: J. Bowe, S. Henry, Bernard, N. Conroy, D. Mullally, M. Mitchell, J. Purn- T. Gallego, R. Nagy, S. Turansky, D. Sletsma, J. Roseman, hagen. ROW 2: P. Duffy, J. Bernars, N. Dovall, K. De- P. Dwyer, M. Coyne, M. Pater, J. Filips, B. Kurg, K. Cooney. Beuce, E. Wisniewski, J. Dittman, A. Nafziger, T. Walsh. ROW 6: L. Jahns, T. Parker, T. Thomas, L. Gooding, N. ROW 3: A. Lang, D. Resciniti, D. Huber, S. Murray, G. Sprague. Stockton, L. Waire. ROW 4: J. Lawaon, J. Trent, B. Hig- Public Relations Student Society Of America V n ty For Advancement 0f Managemen A; i ll i Association Of Computer Science ROW 1: J. Hanrhen. ROW 2: S. McCulloch, J. Kester, F. Avolio, ROW 3: R. Janning, J. Lehn, L. Custelli, J. Murray, D. Selhorst, M. Pizzoferrato, C. Borqstede, J. Schnieders, C. 0' Donnel, C. Kersker, P. Hel- mold, K. Adams. ROW 4: D. Kodrich, B. Kacmaroky, S. Goetz, D. Pocsatko. t T. Loughraw WresJ, G. Walls V.PJ, P. Duffy GecJ, T. Kelly HresJ, and club members. Appalachia C ROW 1: C. Ferris, C. Currell, K. Walsh, B. Trimble, J. Kralik, G. Uckele, M. Flick, Y. Saunders, Schulz, M. Ross, B. Mayer, Bro. Nadalsky. ROW 2: J. Hardt, M. Moomaw, R. Monteserin, A. Dea- ton, B. Devlin, G. Papham, J. Jowanovitz, M. McCarthy, P. Bailie, P. Borgstede. ROW 3: J. Bren ner, T. Peterson, D. Witte, J. Berkemeier, L. Kehrli, M. Lolli, E. Weisbach, K. Nicaise, J. Schwa B. Franklin. PSi Chi ROW 1: J. Wise, M. Lorenz, J. Hins- man, J. Francis. ROW 2: T. Ward, D. Wilson, M. Milligan. 108 Speech And Debate ROW 1: C. Currell, T. Nichols, B. Thurman, J. Dickerson. ROW 2: D. Raimer, G. Walls, D. Zar- zeki, B. Smith, G. Palmer. Not Pictured: B. Eggbonce, J. Wendel. ROW 1: G. Domaleski, M. Chirichella, K. Martin, S. Kyler, A. Pifine, D. Johnston, P. Tushak. ROW 2: D. Dalpasps, P. Buthnerby, C. Jordan, A. Killian, G. Caldwell, B. Higgins, N. Fadder, T. Kwest, M. Fuin, B. Umbrell. ROW 3: M. Mitchell, 5. Moshier, M. McDonell, T. Lavin, T. Geraci, M. DePrez, S. Karcar. ROW 4: T. McSorley, N. Connelie, J. Parker, L. Schmedtje, C. Mascola, J. Yates. al Society Of Professional Engineers P. Langerkamp, M. Miller, P. Hagwood, S. Evans, R. Bing- OW 2: J. Balcerzak, S. Incze, C. Plichta, M. Reddy, J. Bas- Hill. ROW 3: C. WallbrOWn, A. Geiger, C. Smith, C. New- . Demeter. ROW 4: J. Peters, B. Curtis, G. Roberts, S. Becht, ders, T. Tekach, A. Blum, J. Bely, J. Leon. ROW 5: T. U. Funk, D. Bazzoli. International Club ROW 1: L. Struthers, R. Durham, A. El-Magarnid, T. Massadegh, C. Yee, D. Lee, D. Wong, B. Mossadegh. ROW 2: G. Piro, J. Mannarino, M. Okuly, J. Thacker, M. Mannarino, V. Corvino, C. Barnett. ROW 3: M. Mosaui, F. Mannarino. - ROW 1: C. Jaskol, B. Hellman, C. Lakarosky, Society Of c. Smith, 5. Carter, A. Hagen, c. King. ROW Women Engineers 2: C. Shaw, P. Hagwood, S. Evans, A. lzique, P. Weisbrod, C. Wallbrown, C. Plichta, C. Jor- dan, M. Reddy, P. Russell, M. Cain, J. Reed. 110 American Institute Of Industrial Engineers A. Baume, M. Llano, T. Demange, Prof. R. Puckett, L. Granja, J. Ferrise. lnterfraternity Council OFFICERS: B. Kehoe, J. Ouska, T. Volpe, P. Mc- Dougal, T. Mallon. And I.F.C. members. Student Bar Association ROW 1: D. Brown, K. Surber, P. Certo, C. Kernon, C. Muller, W. Evans. ROW 2: R. Burdge, J. Cannon, H. Beyoglides, E. Bonner, D. Stouder, C. Heilanat, M. Conway. Flyer News Editorial Board ROW 1: A. McGarvey. ROW 2: N. DuPont, D. South, M. O'Grady, K. Fitzpatrick, R. Spencer. ROW 3: R. Cher- nek, D. Graves, J. Fox. ROW 4: J. Dittmann, P. Newman, K. Smith, J. Ackermann. ROW 1: M. O'Grady, R. Chernek, K. Fitzpatrick, C. Montgomer ROW 2: S. Turansky, K. Smith. ROW 3: M. Polasko, L. Dyan, P. NeWman. ROW 4: D. Bonifas, C. Boil, L. Palma, B. Higgins, T. Peterson. ROW 5: T. Chamgers, J. Wolanin, J. Fox. ROW 1: S. Steltzer, P. DeNale, M. Homan. ROW 2: D. Dalpos, D. Fitzharris, T. Schaffer, Madame X, M. Sletten, . S. Ledva. ROW 3: R. Atkin, Madame Y, C. Wasiloff, T. Daytonlan Hogan, B. Kleingers, Madame 2, K. Cauley, B. Knox. 113 Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers ROW 1: A. Evers, J. Kroger, T. Becker, M. Denney, A. Bradley, F. Miggins. ROW 2: T. Tekach, W. Hartman, B. Zwedig, M. Gidas, K. Bange. ROW 3: J. Peters, J. Weimer, C. Wallbrown, M. Ger- wels. ROW 4: B. Miller, J. Funk, R. Bingham. 00.0.0... 1 00000;;loibgt ? Tau Beta Pi ROW: T. Bingham, S. Rykman, L. Schubel. ROW 2: F. Miggins, T. Rye, B. Zwedig, T. Udovic, J. Peters, D. Beach, M. Gerwels. Flyerettes ROW 1: D. DeCurtins, S. Pelino,qK. Paterchak, A. Lupp. ROW 2: A. Miller, C. Huntsberger, M. Glazer, G. Brown. ROW 3: P. Olm, M. Lupp, S. Smith, J. Walsh. ROW 4: T. Thomas, M. Carroll, M. Cain, S. Rusconi. ROW 5: T. Un- deriner, B. Haber, P. Scanlon, B. Perry. ROW 6: B. Kerney, M. Gannon, D. High, E. Torres. ROW 7: J. Bauman, B. Ward, B. Conway, S. Satierfield. 114 U.D. Band Composing the largest University organi- zation, the U.D. Band has over one hundred and sixty members. Hard work and dedication are all displayed as they have become the most popular half-time show at football and basketball games. These students along with other campus organizations exemplify the 'spirit' and 'pride' each student takes as a Daytonian. 118 Soccer t11-3t FRONT ROW: Tom Wonj, Dave Milan, Doug Ashe, John Flood, Don Flinn, Dave Zawaski, Joe Sullivan, Mike DeRubertis, Sikiro Olaribrabe, Dave Striebel, Rick Rojas. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Bob Richardson, Roland Fairweather, Bob Philpott, Bob Rohrbach, Bryan Hehemann, Pat Dolan, Terry McKenna, Jerry Pett, Dave Lamb, Tony Ricciuto ttraineri, Chuck Rund ttraineri. BACK ROW: Steve Ogiba tmanageri, John Bergan, Al Escobar, Janos Benga, Fabio Tuaich, Joe Ruffolo, Bob Forschner, John Van Ost, Rich Zumpone, Wayne Garvey, John Ruffolo, Ernie Escobar, Mike Kerezsi. Perhaps the most successful of all the UD athletic clubs this year was the soccer team. The soccer Flyers played the toughest scheduled UD soccer has seen to date, and came out with an 11-3 mark. Dayton played such national powers as second ranked Indian, Akron, and Brockport The high point of the season was 2-1 victory over Ohio Wesleyan. This win proved UD to be the number three team in Ohio and the best non-scholarship team in the state. The team was led by senior AIl-American Bob Rohrbach. IN this year of superlatives, Rhor- bach was the superlative. Undoubtedly the best soccer player and perhaps one of the best athlet ever to come out of this school, Rohrbach set records for career goals t69t, goals in a season GD, and goals in a game t7i. He was the top goal scorer in Ohio in both his junior and senior years. Defense, however, was the team's strong point this year. Mike Derubertis and Dave Zawaski minded the nets, allowing just over one goal per game and shutting out six teams. Seniors Fabio Tuaich and Terry McKenna led the defensive corps. The team's only other senior, front lineman Joe Ruffolo, was the second leading scorer. Ruffolo's greatest contributions, however, came in such unpublicized categories as hustle, at- titude and team leadership. A good team goes nowhere without a good coach to show it the way. It became evident just how good Dayton's fourth year coach Bob Richardson is at the end of the 1976 season. Richardson was named Ohio Soccer Coach of the Year by the Ohio Soccer Coaches association. The 26 year old UD grad- uates career record is an impressive 35-11-5, ma king him the winningest coach in Dayton soccer history. FOOtb all 124 "If only" and "almost" are the two phrases that best describe the 1976 UD football season. The Flyers suffered through yet another disapointing year, but for a while, early in the season, there was hope, there was spirit, and there was even some confidence. Injuries, badibreaks, and two close games took their toll, however, and left the Flyers with only a 4-7 record to show for their efforts. After an opening game loss to Eastern Kentucky, Dayton came on strong. The Flyers buried Youngstown, 41-16, and put quite a scare into highly touted Villa- nova before losing by only one point. A 20-14 win over Indiana State evened the record at 2-2. But Toledo edged the Flyers by a touchdown and started a three game UD losing streak. The Flyers secured their third and fourth wins over N.E. Louisiana and Toledo, but ended the season on a double sour note, losing to Tem- ple and Miami. Sylvester Monroe was one of the bright spots this season. The sophomore running back gained 987 yards and scored five touchdowns. He and fullback Mike Watterson led the offense which averaged 194 yards rushing per game. Seniors Ron Dundala and Paul Kaspryzski led the defense. Other seniors included Brian Baldwin, Greg Balzer, Woody Clarke, Roger Dixon, Dusty Fair, Dave Jones, Bill Nauman, Charles Scandrick, John Sheshull, Bill Westbeld, Tom Westbald, John Wolking and John Zippay. 128 viii VERSiTY OF DAYTON ARENA FRONT ROW: Dusty Fair, Brian Baldwin, Bill Nauman, Ron Dundala, Roger Dixon, Carlton Henry, Woody Clarke, Bill Westbeld, Greg Balzer, Paul Kasprzycki, Dave Jones, John Zippay, John Wolking, Tom Sheshull, Tom Westbeld, Charles Scandrick. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Marciniak, Steve McIntire, Mike Watterson, Ed Dimitry, Dave Cramer, Dave Miller, Sam Rampney, Merphie Frazier, Bill Sahnd, Walt Evans, Kevin Bartley, Mark Zimmerman, B. J. Dailey, Mark Elsbernd, George Markoff, Doug Esser, Mark Edwards. HIRD ROW: Hartmut Strecker, Greg Donahue, Bill Heatherton, Tom Westhoff, Dale Fouse, Ron Wingo, Mark Luecht, Kent Rommereim, Tom Stellman, Ed Plaspohl, Joe D. Clark, Jeff Adair, Steve Scheid, Tom Sothard, Claude Chaney, Hyman Gibson, Sylvester Monroe. 'ACK ROW: John Kasmer, Lex Prindle, Steve Easter, Greg Burdette, James Wilkson, Chris Kasmer, Walter Getzinger, 'rian Dorenkott, Kevin Johnson, Howard Overman, Mark Weber, Joe Overbeck; Marty Wisneiwski, Mike Bailey, Gary ornett, Steve Watkins, Scott Terry, Rob Rumpke. 129 132 w r No one was quite sure how the basketball Flyers would fair prior to the start of the 1976-77 season. The team had lost leading scorer Johnny Davis to the pros a year early, and was an otherwise young but talented club. Surprisingly, Dayton jumped to a 10-1 start, and there was talk of a post-season tournament bid. But the Flyers hit the meat of their schedule, and the won7 loss record took a turn for the worse. Against such nationally ranked powers as Cincinnati, Louisville, and Notre Dame, it was obvious that UD was not quite ready to compete successfully with the nation's 'top twenty'. As a result, the team's final record may have to be called mediocre, but the excitement and fan interest generated at a UD home game has to be labeled tremendous. Some exciting close finishes and the return of the slam-dunk to NCAA play made the UD Arena a pretty popular place when the Flyers played. The 1976-77 team had no seniors on it, so the entire squad will be back in the fall. All five of UD's starters; Erv Giddings ljuniorT, Jim Paxson tsophomorei, Tonny Wells tsophomorei, Doug Harris tsophomorei, and Jack Zimmerman tfreshmani, along with sixth man Terry Ross ijuniorT, are all returning. The return of sophomore center Fred Eckert, who was injured before this season, along with Dayton's recruits and bench, should further bolster the team next season. , x . x 4 913$ t a t 9.3le .81; .. 9 . ?grligj. sf Kg a5 FRONT ROW: Mike Lee, Tony Wells, Fred Eckert, Mike Brannen, Erv Giddings, Dan Klawonn, Terry Ross, Joe Siggins, Bill Frericks, Jim Paxson, Doug Harris. BACK ROW: Head Coach Don Donoher, Coach Pat Haley, Coach Jack Butler, Jim Arnzen, Tim Pohlman, Charlie Tyra, Jack Zimmerman, Coach Jim Ehler, managers Greg Ellison and Rusty Schuermann. 140 '; t a z, 2 V 0 I I e V b a I l -77j7 J J j XE: ,xm 5m x 7 30 , The 1976 wo- men's volleyball team was un- doubtedly the most successful in the history of the sport at UD. The Flyers compiled an amazing 40- 11 record. Their 23-3 record against small colleges earned them an invitation to the A IAW small college national tourna- ment. Entering as an at-large team, Dayton finished fifth in the country while eliminating arch-rival Mt. St. Joseph's. 143 146 Led by first year coach Will Place, the Flyer wrestlers started a firm foundation for the future. Only one wrestler will graduate this year. Co-captain- for the team were Jim Reyher, a junior, and Doug Wilson, a soph- omore. Other regulars included Mike Hennessey, Steve Anderson, Nohman El Mele Tom Narus, Tom Henderson, Tom Baker, and Mike Pagnotta. Plans are being made for a Christmas tournament and even more succe next year. mew 4.,wmh ww'Jfrv-wmn'f hm, M 150 N $ ' w "' s' . : H N " . K 156 Women's Basketball an The outlook for the women's basketball team was bright this year with the addition of three freshmen; Ann Meyers, Karen Mays, and Cindy Schaffer. But the highlight of the season was provided by senior Sandy Johnson. Johnson became the first woman ever to reach the 1 ,000 point scoring mark. She scored her 1 ,OOOth point against the' Uni- versity of Cincinnati, the same team that elim- inated Dayton from the Ohio Valley League Tournament. As is usually the case under coach R. Elaine Dreidame, the season was a success. And next year should be even better. Dayton will be hurt by the loss of seniors Johnson, Pat Lockwood, and Cindy DiGregory. But three starters, Mays, Meyers, and Schaffer, along with six others, wiil be back with a year's experience to boost them. , "Wu. 160 a? W$zm$ sum M $ L ?m d3 Undergrac QatasmaaEm Qamwsm Pa 1 NORTH: ROW 1: K. Schollard, N. Duball, L. Keeler, P. Krafcrzak, M. Mooman, D. Mirrill, K. Walsh ROW 2; G. Packer, S. Schmidyt, L. Mulray, R. Adanuncio, K. Scheivei, M. Puleo, D. Selhorst ROW 3; C. D'Alessandro, D. Chicko, S. Hans, A. Williams, L. Marker, M. Frantz, M. Cunningham, As ECK ROW 4; L. Gresh, K. Meyers, C. Schiavoni, J. Mahoney, K. Giraci, S. Wehrle, C. Leibfritz, A. Blum, J. Bliz, M. Gray, J. Sackstedu. . 5 NORTH: ROW 1; R. Brennan, B. Campbell, M. Carroll, P. Ohm, M. O'Brien, M. Beier, P. DeNale, K. Cauley ROW 2: K. Havrandk, K. Adams, J. Shiels, C. Kersker, B. Blansett, S. Bosico, L. Mortensen, D. Narus, A. McColan ROW 3; A. Dury, A. Huffey, C. Currell, M. Guidatti, L. Schmektji, P. Ohl, D. Bonifas, J. Ardery, T. Bihn, K. Burns, C. Newsome, C. Yost, P. Rogers, P. Mentley. ,1; W; . i . ;,'A I Ili'. hI-wn u.-. 164 4 NORTH: ROW 1; C. Duhig, M. Chaefer, M. Grant, T. Verhoff, M. Roeder, M. Cshrider, M. Garey, J. Wietoch, R. Jendins, L. Shea, C. Barhorst ROW 3; P. Borgstede, R. Mills, M. Keinger, M. Means, D. Lang, K. Gomenger, L. McClellan, V. Hall ROW 4; C. Lang, D. Borchers, A. Lang, J. Fauldner, C. Ruth, J. Ryck, J. Rohr, J. Skinner, E. Roeng, M. Plasencia, P. Lord, M. Patrze, A. Wright, S. Stelzner, L. Shaw. 2 NORTH: ROW 1; M. Mulcaly, N. Hall, N. Hirn, M. Santiago, S. Lovett ROW 2; K. Mansin, C. Phillabaum, D. Gitcel, M. Leitner, L. Campisamo, M. McCarthy, L. Gorney, C. Shepard, T. Mass- adegh ROW 3; S. Hallimanns, M. Stepek, P. Tushak, L. Remien, L. McEntee, D. Bobson, D. Johncton. 1 SOUTH: ROW 1; K. Hocks, B. Jones K. Kearn, M. Perry ROW 2; J. Metz, 5. Quinn, J. Scott, D. Rossi, C. King 166 6 NORTH: ROW 1 Miketo, Kohlhoff, Estaiellas, Butler, Souder, Wallitsch, Potter, Keane, Dury, Downing, Mouser ROW 2; Donoghue, Pifini, Askey, Laber- teaux, Jowanovity, Witt, Werner, Bodembach, Hara- don. 3 NORTH: ROW 1; Stod, Tobe, Martin, Cattingham, ROW 2; Schuchlber, Bisk- upic, Wiggenbhorn, Egan, Ball, Wolff ROW 3: Bias, Boone, Santen, Lach, Smith, Kriska, Kaiser, Stodd, Rosasco, Bubuin, Fey, Bernard, Trei- her. 4 SOUTH: ROW 1; Monroe, Prikos, Gaugan, McZueny, McAvoy, Uhl, Do- row, Sulivan, Adam, Jacoby, Herig, Shana Sharp, Wilging, Mack Conel, Eastwood, Faw Wekch, Puls- fort, Zihal, Lammers, Hallisy, Miller, Civitello, Kakugawa, Maguire, Macke, Myers, Darey, Fitz, French, Samborski, Wallman, Ceci, Radtke. 7 NORTH: ROW 1; Brady, Edwards, Sabol, Kowalczyk, Schraut, McInerney, Mayor ROW 2; Mager, Hvizdas, Krugle, McKay, McCann, Woodside, Sprauer, Cipriano, Evans ROW 3; DelVecchis, Case, Trimback, Robertson, Aaron, Hellmann, Vaughn. 7 MIDDLE: ROW 1; Mullaney, De LaVerge, Harrington, - MIDDLE! ROW 1; Witt. Maxwell, Gauhe, Jameson, Burkett, Stewart, Cline, Stockton, ROW 2; Plinchta, Rackett ROWZ; Horthaus. Holly, Garrity, Newbauer, Hoying, Kamienski, Kavolius, Lamborhini, Fee, ROW 3; ' 0W 3; Arena GettYI Hennessy, R06", DaViS ROW 4; Steven, Flick, Lump, Alward, Ambrose, Gutbrod, ROW 4; mith, Regas, O'Brien, Tokach. Roll, Schlidnht, Adler, Alen, Kreitimeyer, Place ROW 5 Place, Mayer, Evert, Weiss, Reddy, Severn, DeMartinis. 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Pfleger Indianapolis, IN Business Marie Polasko Cleveland, OH Biology Michael Palazzolo Cincinnati, OH Computer Science Ann Pater Cincinnati, OH Dietetics Hank Perna Princeton, NJ Mechanical Eng. Tech x, 'fgeV" K James Pignatiello Centerville, 0H Biology Stephen Ponton Pittsburgh, PA General Studies Elaine Palmer Sussex, WI Biology Maureen Pater Fairfield, OH Communication Arts Joe Peters South Xenia, OH Electrical Engineering Elaine Piniazkiewicz Toledo, OH Andrew Pope Mechanicsburg, OH Mechanical Eng. Tech. Frank Palmeri Wayne, NJ Accounting, Finance Teresa Paumier Canton, OH Social Work . Lester Petracca Manhasset, NY Finance, Management Peter Plant Wheaton, MD Art Mary Lou Popik Mentor, OH Social Work 225 226 a2, iii'iiv??.2f"$? Dale Pritchard Luci lle Pucciarelli - Anthony Quick Anthropology- Rocky Riven 0H Pittsburgh, PA 32"fozu'33396" Dayton, OH Engineering Communication Arts y I Chemical Engineering Psycholog Peg Quinn Mark Raimondi Jeffrey Ramus Mary Jane Rasbold Rhonda J. Reck Dayton. OH Indianapolis, IN Detroit, MI King of Prussia, PA Palestine, OH General Studies Mechanical Engineering Pre-medical Chemistry Elementary Education Anne Rejent Mary Renaud Robert Rice - Joyce Riegelmayer Kurt Rinehart Grosse Pointe Farms, MI Lexington, KY Washington, DC Fairview Park, OH Dayton, OH Dietetics Physical Education Business ,. Home Economics Civil Engineering ix. James Rittenhouse Susan Ritter Robert Ritzie James Robbins Mike Robertson Dayton, OH Broadview Heights, OH St. Louis, MO North Ridgeville, OH Toledo, OH Political Science Secretarial Business Chemistry Pre-dental , 3A a Juan Roelofs Anne Romanowski Robert Rohrbach Robin Root Kettering, OH St. Clair Shores, MI Cincinnati, OH Garden City, NJ Xenia, OH Elementary Education Psychology-Social Work Communication Arts Accounting Elementary Educatio Joyce Rosem an Communication Arts Joseph Ruffolo Kettering, OH Political Science Thomas Rye St. Mary's, 0H Engineering Timothy Saunders Dayton, OH Electrical Engineering Kg; 1 illiam Schmittinger arminster, PA usiness JoEllen Ross Ambridge, PA Social Work Virginia Rush Concord, MA Social Work Al Saliwanchik Glenheath, OH Computer Science Charles Scandrick Dayton, OH Social Work Mary Schodorf Wi llard, OH Chemistry Thomas J. Ross Darien, CN Economics Patricia Russell Freeport, Bahamas Chemical Engineering John J. Samu Kettering, OH Accounting ! r William Scheper Fort Mitchell, KY Bus. Management- Marketing 1e Theod ore Sc holtz Matawan, NJ Finance John Rowland Marion, OH Chemical Engineering Christi e Rotham m er Dayton, OH Geology Robert Russell Rosemont, PA Mechanical Engi neering Kevin Rybak Oil City, PA General Studies Nick Santora Rockaway, NY American Studies Matty Santiago Cleveland, OH Communication Arts John Schlechty Fairfield Glade, IN Political Science- History Ellen Schmidt Metuchen, NJ Business Education Kenneth Schoo Louisville, KY Accounting-Finance Lynn Schubel Sewickley, PA Civl Engineering Cathy Schulten Margaret Schulze Betsy Schwalbac Daniel Scopetti Gene Scott Louisville, KY Chicago Heights, IL Louisville, KY Ridgeway, PA Middleburg Heights, OH Geology Dietetics Art Education Accounting Social Work a; 1m W; Susan Sedlak Marilyn Selvaggio Janet Shadions Catherine Shannon Georgene Sirmans Chagrin Falls, OH University Heights, OH Kettering, OH Cincinnati, OH Atlanta, GA Home Economics Comm. Arts, History Criminal Justice Education Elementary Education Sandra Sisco M. Sisk Denise Slanczka Anthony Smith Hilary Smith Dayton, OH Grand Blanc, MI Elgrin, 0H Massapequa, NY Pittsburgh, PA Elementary Education Social Work Biology Communication Arts Special Education , 9;, Kathleen Smith Randall Smith Timothy Smith Jeffrey Smulvotz Perminder Sohuta Holmeel, NJ Norwood, OH Rochester, NY Gibsonia, PA Thika, Kenya Social Work Mathematics Communication Arts Mechanical Engineering Biology Debbie South Mary Spahr Sylvia Sparks Kimberly Spevak Neil Sprague Dayton, 9H Jamestown, OH Dayton, OH West Virginia, IL West Haven, CN Commumcation Arts Chemistry Secretarial Physical Education Puinc Relations- Psychology Valerie Stace Chicago Heights, IL Elementary Education John Stempak Pittsburgh, PA Criminal Justice Susan Striebel Dayton, OH Elementary Education Jan Snyder Media, PA .Elementary Education David Taylor Iayton, 0H lectronic Eng. Tech. Mary Sue Stander Ludlow, KY Mechanical Engineering John Stevens Toledo, OH Accounting Rolland Strong Dayton, OH Business Management Eileen Szeremet Garfield Heights, OH Home Economics Bob Steadley Garfield Heights, OH Accounting Jacalyn Stewart Bronx, NY Journalism Jam es Sullivan Hingha, MA Economics T! Q A ; Bruce Tannahill Kansas City, MO Accounting v John Thacker Wyandanich, NY Communication Arts Richard Tedaldi Crestwood, NY Mechanical Eng. Tech. I Christine Stefanek Middleburg Heights, OH Business Management Michael Stirpe Syracuse, NY Pre-medical Clement Suttman Xenia, OH Marketing, Management Richard Tarquinio Steubenville, 0H Chemistry Ti mothy Thall Westbury , NY Marketi ng Jean Steininger Lebanon, OH Chemistry Mary Strange Batesvi lle, IN Pre-m edical Cathleen Sweeney LaGrange Park, IL Marketing Joseph Tauber Chicago, IL Business Management Debbie Theobald Liberty, IN Elementary Education Daniel Thomas Dayton, OH Criminal Justice Karen Tibbals Montreal , Quebec English Carol Trueman Euclid, OH Fine Arts Bernard Ventvia Scotch Plains, NJ Criminal Justice John Volters Vandalia, OH Business Management 230 Teresa Thomas James Thomas Clairton, PA Commercial Design Joyce Thomas Fairborn, OH Music Education Social Work John Toerner Hamilton, OH Joseph Trapuzzano Washington, PA Stephen Tobia Wappingers Falls, NY Communication Arts Terrence Udovic Cleveland, OH Chemical Engineering Gloria Uckele Maple Shade, NJ Mari Pat Varga Louisville, KY Broadcasting John Villwock Parma Heights, OH Elaine Visokey Pittsburgh, PA Medical Technology Steve Ve Ihoff Civil Engineering Mark Vonderbrink Cincinnati, OH Douglas Wages Fort Jennings, OH Mechanical Engineering Electronic Eng. Tech. uwiiez . Karen Thompson Dayton, OH Accounting Florence Trindl Western Springs, IL Marketing Robert Vellani Columbus, OH American Studies 1! U" x, Thomas Volpe Long Island, NY Business Management $ Janet Wagner Woodbury, NY Social Work , , ' ix Nancy Wahl Lou Ann Waire Kevin Walch Millissa Walker Cynthia Wallitsch Rochester, NY Tiffin, OH Bay Village, 0H St. Clair, MI Greenstgoro, NC Criminal Justice Communication Arts Communication Arts Special Education Marketing, Management a , w , ,, , x, , . ,. x Michael Walsh Lynn Walter Jerald Walters Thomas Warnecke John Ward Kettering, OH Cincinnati, OH Walhonding, OH Wheaton, IL Ft. Wayne, IN Marketing Mathematics Industrial, System Eng. Communication Arts Accounting . AI! , J L Thomas Ward Thomas Weinandy Charles Weinsteger Paul Weisman Eileen Welsh Rainfield, NJ Tiffin, 0H Columbus, OH Dayton, OH Cleveland, OH PSyChOIOQY Electronic Eng. Tech. Philosophy, Rel . Studies Chemical Eng. Physics Robert Weltner Mary Wendeln Jeffery Wendllng Mary Beth Wentzler Paul Wernke Middletown, NJ Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Livingston, NJ Dgyton, OH Accounting Biology , Physical Education General Studies BIology Joan WesteNdOVf Michael Whalen Margaret White Shannon White Daniel Whitmer Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH Nashville, TN Louisville, KY Kettering, 0H Accounting Dietetics Political Science Pre- Medical 231 1;; x . Pat Wichael John Williams Michele Williams Tyrone Williams Kent Wilson Trotwood, 0H Burgettstown, PA Wheaton, IL Pem berton, NJ Highland, 1N Elementary Education Marketing Elementary Education Communication Arts Business Janice Wise Raymond Woeber Deborah Woll Gwendolyn Wordall Sarah Worman Dayton, OH Springfield, OH Cincinnati, OH Dayton, OH Dayton, OH Psychology Management Elementary Education Marketing Elementary Education ya ' Dorothy Xanos Robert Yendervsiak Roger Young Wesley Young : Tulin Yurdakul Pittsburgh, PA Rochester, NY Dayton, OH Troy, OH Dayton, OH Social Work Civil Engineering Marketing Accounting Chemistry ma Pete Zanoni . Carol Zarycki Anne Zelten Meg Zimmer Kettering! 0H. gozfertdZaghno Fairborn, 0H Middleburg Heights, OH Framingham, MA Civil Engineering e o I Accounting Dietetics Home Economics Mar'ilyn Zimmerman John Zippay Annette Zipple Racheal Zylberberg John Bielefeld Chnstuansburgc 0H Bedford, OH Dearborn, MI Dayton, OH Freeport, NY Home Economics Criminal Justice Pre-medical Biology Electrical Engineerin Tech. 232 Donald Callahan Dayton, OH Eugene Hauser Cincinnati, OH Electronic Eng. Tech. Pamela Long Springfield, OH Communication Arts Robert Spencer Bellbrook, OH John Colceri SyracUse, NY Criminal Justice Joseph Hi lderbrandt Cincinnati, OH Accounting Ei leen Marrinan Dayton, OH X Ron Stamato Clifton, NJ Business Managem ent Maureen Dolan Elmont, NY Criminal Justice Pamela Humbarger Fairborn, 0H Comm. Arts-Religious Studies Steven Petrison Broomhall, PA Managem ent James Tis Saddle Brook, NJ Elementary Education Seth Duell Dayton, OH Mechanical Engineering Kathryn Huth Canton, OH Accounting '14 Sidney Robinson Dayton, OH Regina Walker Dayton, OH Communication Arts William Garrity Cherry Hill, NJ Psychology Paul Kube Paris, OH Electrical Eng. Tech. Gary Sellars Dayton, OH Management Kathy Woodcock Dayton, OH Germ an Student Life, 17 Faculty and Administration, 56 Greeks, 72 Alpha Kappa Psi, 78 Alpha Nu Omega, 81 Delta Gamma Omega, 76 Delta Tau Nu, 79 Delta Upsilon, 76 Epsilon, 76 Epsilon Delta Tau, 80 Gamma Gamma Kappa, 79 Kappa Alpha Psi, 82 Kappa Chi, 79 Lambda Chi Alpha, 77 Lambda Lambda Lambda, 74 Lambda Nu, 74 Omega, 74 Phi Kappa Mu, 75 Phi Sigma Kappa, 81 Rho Rho Rho, 83 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 75 Organizations, 89 A A . A. . . A. . .E., 100 Appalachia Club, 108 Association of Computer Science, 107 Better Communications Club, 90 Biology Club, 105 Boys Club, 103 Bridge Club, 93 Cleveland Club, 103 Commuter Club, 99 Council for Exceptional Children, 102 Cystic Fibrosis Volunteers, 91 Daytonian, 113 Flyer News, 112 Flyerettes, 114 Home Ec Club, 99 I.E.E.E., 114 Interfraternity Council, 111 Joint Council of Engineers, 92 Knights of Columbus, 98 Lambda Alpha Epsilon, 104 Law Association for Women, 98 Marketing Club, 97 Minority Engineers for Advancement, 95 N.S.P.E., 108 Pershing Rifles, 96 Pittsburgh Club, 97 Psi Chi, 108 P.R.S.S.A., 106 Rangers, 102 Shades of Black, 104 Ski Club, 101 Social Work Club, 101 S.A.M., 107 Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 105 Society of Women Engineers, 110 Speech and Debate, 109 Spotlight Productions, 91 Student Alumni Association, 95 Student Association, 92 Student Bar Association, 111 Student Dietic Association, 90 Tau Alpha Pi, 106 Tau Beta Pi, 114 Tutoring Club, 94 U.D. Band, 115 U.D. Swing Singers, 100 Sports, 1 16 Baseball, 160 Football, 124 Hockey, 146 Intramurals, 150 Men's Basketball, 130 Soccer, 118 Volleyball, 138 Women's Basketball, 158 Women's Tennis, 140 Wrestling, 142 Undergrads, 162 Campus South, 176 Founders, 174 Ghetto, 186 Marycrest, 164 Stuart, 170 Seniors, 204 Acknowledgements Thanks to those who worked on Daytonian and supported it throughout the year. Many of the staff members spent extra hours just to produce this 1977 Daytonian for the student body. Faculty and Administration Barb Knox, Staff Editor Martina Byrd Kathy Cauley Patty DeNale Frank Linek Greeks Ray Atkln, Staff Editor Steve Levda, Staff Editor Leeann Oberhelman Cindy Riehl Organizations Tana Hogan, Staff Editor Ed Bonza Barb Kleingers Mary Sletten Sports Rick Spencer, Staff Editor Undergrads Colleen Pro, Staff Editor Deborah Dunson Ann Streck Cindy Wasiloff I would like to give special acknowledgements to Mrs. to Daytonian. Also, Mr. Charles Miller, our Josten's Co. Maureen P. Homan Editor in Chief Seniors John Ackerman, Staff Editor Peggy Tushak, Asst. Staff Editor Donna DalPos Pat Duffy Terri Schaefer Diane Selhorst Shirley Stelzner Bob Vellani Chris Wiese Business Ty Williams, Business Manager Elaine Doong Kevin Smith Photographer Debbie South, Photo Director 1976 Adam Cieslik, Photo Director 1977 John Ackerman Gary Domaleski Dave Nair Mark Wertz Jerry Wolanin John Ackerman, Assistant Editor Diane Fitzharris, Secretary to Editor in Chief Charlene Van Hecke, my Advisor, who devoted many hours representative. Thank you, Maureen P. 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BUTLER Class of 1942 "The Home of the Dependabl Clussofl949 Hgga 05102725 Of '32: $5P5ncfa5fm SERVING THE MIAMI VALLEY 3m 253' 8871 FOR OVER 25 YEARS HEATING - AIR counmonma 120 SPRINGFIELD ST. 101 E. Stewart St. 228-5776 BIG 6ft. TV Screen OPEN DAILY 11AM - 2:30 AM SUNDAY 12:30 PM - 2:30 AM SUNDAY LIQUOR Congratulations Class of 1977 anited States. Call on our people for job referra rsonal needs, finding friends, continued educati a x 2.; . 9A $3 ' VMQ'V $1ther Q11 . k, y fig . THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON BOOKSTORE EXTENDS ITS Congratulations to the Class of 1977 OUR OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 225 PARK AVENUE SOUTH NEW YORK, NY. 10003 Preparateur lwill not say to you, "This is the Way; walk in it. .. Forl do not know your way or where the Spirit may call you. It may be to paths I have never trod or ships on the sea leading to unimagined lands afar. Or liaply. to a star! Or yet again Through dark and perilous places rm'ked with pain undfull vffear Your road may lead you far away from me or neUV-r lmimot guess or guide. but only stand aside. Just this I say; Iknow for eucry truth there is a way for each to walk a rightfor . L'thlt tn clumse. a truth to use Aml tliougli you iuanderj'ar. your soul will know that true path when youjind it. 'l'lwrelorv. go! I will fvar nntliing for you day or nightl- I will not grieve at all because your light is mlled by some new name. Truth is the same! It mutters nothing to call it slur or sun ,, All light is one. UNKNOWN You can work in Dayton Walther's World Join a growing, international company with headquarters in Dayton See our Personnel Department We're interested in you. DAYTON-WALTHER CORPORATION 2800 E. River Road Dayton, Ohio 45439 15 298-3135 245 246 Better Building at a Lower Cost, ...for over 60 years. CONSTRUCTION i MANAGEMENT and GENERAL y, CONSTRUCTION - j. 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