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Timeless City
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Copywrited ^ 1975 William H. Sturges.
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The Washington and Lee Game



In case you have forgotten or never learned how to play College, the
editor ^ has jotted down a few memories to orient you in spending your
time, money and talents at the game.

The goal of College is to graduate. This is accomplished by ac-
cumulating 40 academic points and 40 social points. Accumulation of
academic points occurs by passing Examinations, rolling over Midterms,
and chance. Accumulation of social points occurs by drinking, fighting,
barking, snorting, and other activities determined socially acceptable by
one's peers. ^

Movement in College occurs by luck, roll of the die, and following the
instructions. Each year begins with Matriculation, proceeds through
limited space, and ends by passing Examinations. When passing Exami-
nations, one moves around unlimited space to complete a turn. When in
unlimited space, one on his next turn returns to the Matriculation square
of one's social and academic status.^

If these instructions have not clarified how one plays College proceed
to Freshman Camp (on the fourth page of the game) for further in-
complete instructions, otherwise choose a Token and begin the episodes
College.

Bibliography

1 Ibid.

2. Washington Hall

3. The page following this page by 3 pages



Episodes of College




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Freshman Camp

This page is dedicated to those who are confused with the College ex-
perience. The following set of instructions should aid this great majority
in the playing of College.

The first thing any Freshman should know is how to move around.
Movement occurs by the roll of the die, and everyone begins at the Ma-
triculation squares. If you have 20 points or less you are restricted to

year 1 (i.e. f^) ; 40 points or less year 2 (i.e. ^ ); 60 points or less

year 3 (i.e. ^~\ ); and 80 points or less year 4 (i.e. LJ ). Move-
ment is restricted to limited space (i.e. those squares within the circle and
not on the circle) unless sent to unlimited space (i.e. those squares on the
circle) by instructions on a card, instructions on a square, or to finish a
turn.

When passing an Examination square players must finish their turn by
travelling in either direction in unlimited space. When in unlimited
space, unless in the Infirmary, on one's next turn one proceeds to the
Matriculation space your points qualify you for and then proceeds from
there. When one comes to an intersection in limited space just continue
in the year you are in unless you have enough points to be in the year
you are crossing.

Other helpful instructions to the Freshman at College are to take turns
with one's class mates and to remember that graduation occurs upon ac-
cumulation of 40 academic points and 40 social points. Also when you
land on a square (which hopefully you will always do) do what the in-
structions tell you, and when you land on a Drop-Add, Pass-Fail, Weak,
or Weakend square draw the appropriate cards which are included in the
back of the book.

Two additional reminders — be sure and read the four sets of instruc-
tions on the game board, and be sure and pick a token to represent you
in your four years of College.

Possible Tokens of College according to Major interest.



Accounting — a red pen


Geology — a rock


Spanish — a sombrero


Administration — a pair of topsiders


History — Subscription


Mathematics — a Calculuslator


Art — a finger paint set


to American Classic Comic Books


Philosophy — truth


Biology — a stool (fecas)


Journalism — a mike, preferably off


Politics — a mike, preferably on


Chemistry — Cp Oj^H-, 2


Languages


Psychology — a see through mirror


Drama — a mirror


French — tickler


Religion — King James' Bible in Greek


Economics — a pistol with one bullet


German — a pair of shiny black boots


Sociology — a doll house


English — a dictionary









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Homecoming 1974






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Football Record: (1-8-1) 6-30, Millersville; 22-24, Madison; 21-25, Centre; 20-20, Randolph-Macon; 6-16, Hampden-Sydney; 16-63, Towson
State: 24-7, Sewanee; 0-32, Southwestern; 6-35, Denison; 8-10, Washington.




Rob Lindsey .
I Peter Abitante"
^alp h Moore
^Blfry Mazaheri

Julian Good

John Cocklereece
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arty Banks
John Moore
Mercer West
Larry Kanavas
Derrick Woods
Robbie Hedelt
Bill Cople
Mike Forry
Rob Mucciola
Jim Undfthii



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Jay Shaffer
Warren Wolfe



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lark Mendel
hil Bailey
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Ken Mastrilli

Pat Reilly

Curt Boecltinn„a
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The University Theatre



Directed by

Scenic Designer



Walter Romanchuk



THE CAST



Martin Dysart



Harry Dalion

Young Horseman
Frank Strang
Nugget



. Lecky Stone
Will Cantler



, Bob Huntley

David DeChrisLopIier

Johnny Hargrove:

Paul Morella. Pat Wlii«

Curt Boecking, John Moore, 1 oin Baiim;



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Dora Strang
Hesther Salomon
Jill Mason .



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Cross Country Record: (7-6-0) 15-50, Christopher Newport; 23-32, Roanoke; 32-23, Old Dominion;
21-34, Lynchburg; 15-53, Virginia Wesleyan; 17-39, Norfolk State: 32-25, V.M.I.; 35-24, Davidson;
30-25, Bridgewater; 24-32, West Virginia Tech; 39-20, Madison; 36-21, Eastern Mennonite.





Glee Club

Dan Scott
Jesse Mann
Scott Ainslee
John Follansbee
Ric Johnson
Jim Scott
JR. Downey
William Harrison
Henry Hauptfuhrer
Mark Sharp



Ed Wright


Jim Haines


Steve Neakel


William Herbert


Randall Johnson


John Herman


Page Kelley


Rick McCullock


Ted Merrick


Reid Morgan


Peter (Juinn


Shep Rouse


Seth Oserm


Bob Smith


Curt Sharp


Tab Brown


Keith Teel


Mike Burch


Dan Westbrook


Lee Howard


Ted Curtis


Bill Kerr


Charles Daggs


Tom McClellan


Jay Durivage


Mitch Seleznick


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String Orchestra



Charles Jarrett
Mike Ingram
Steve Patteson
David Hechenbach
Rae Hickman



Phillip Keith
Russell Knudson
Ken Fauteux
Sheryne Fralin
Richard Wright



Margaret Williams
Nora Stevenson
Charles Stevenson
George Whitney



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THE PARTY SQUARE

Motion — Sickness grain fans worship

at the trash cans.

Climbin" to our higher lands —

wet, cold "n red hands.

Try to dance.'! — 1 feel like

I'm runnin' in sand! Feels

great, man.

A thousand people and ten

thousand directions circle

the circles without

hesitations.

But some lose our way when

nature's chasin'. (That feels

great too)

The big brick houses walk on the wind.

And a friend asks me where

my face was sent.

Said: "1 feel insane.

Got grain on the brain."

(that feelin" great is startin'

to wane)

"Hey Mr. Kool — Aid Grain Man

Don't play that song for me. —

I feel like shit

And 1 don't know where I'm going to.

(Guess I'll go drink some more.)





Soccer Roster: Bill Cogar, Jeff Barr, Larry Daniel, Barclay Armstrong. Bob Crawford. Chuck Alexander. Jim
Fox. Murray Holland. Jembe Mwakaula. John Galyon. John Embree. Craig Hamilton. Jim Wilson, Doug
Hunter. Mike Monahan, Bob Currie, Gardner Britt. Mike Kurilecz. Mark Derbyshire. Mike Hightower, Jamie
Page. Ralph Baugher. Sam Thompson. Arthur Barriault. David Norland, John Breckinridge. Daniel Moore,
Sam Brown, Al Zipp. Sol Brolman, Paul Devine, Dave Essig





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Soccer Record: (4-5-3) 2-2, West Virginia Wesleyan; 3-1, Eastern Mennonite; 2-2 Randolph-Macon; 2-3,
Madison; 1-5 Washington; 1-5, Virginia Tech; 2-0 Hampden-Sydney; 2-1, Lynchburg; 2-0, Roanoke; 1-4, Get-
tysburg; 1-1, V.M.I.; 0-4, Navy.




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November 20, 1975

Danny Fogelberg
John David Souther
Chris Hilman
Richie Furray
Jim Gordon
Al Perkins
Paul Harris





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Warren Mowery


Jeff Flue k


Mike Wagoner


Charles Alt


Al ChipperfielJ


Isaac Fisher


Stewart Steen


J. V. Telling


Bev Mauck


Glenn Miller


Doug Ford


Phil Bowles


Robert Cook


Bob Rathbun


Jim Barnett


Rick Deacon







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DON JUAN

Directed by

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Al Gordon

Walter Romanchuk



THE CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE



Sganarelle (Don Juan's Valet) . . . .

Guzman (Elvira's Squire)

Don Juan

Elvira (Don Juan's Wife)

Charlotte

Pierrot (Peasants)

Mathurine

Doctor Marphurius

A Beggar

Don Carlos (Elvira's Brothers . . .

Don Alonzo

The Statue of the Commander . . . .
Ragotin (Qq^ j^^^^ Servants

La Violette

Mr. Dimanche (A Tradesman) ...
Don Louis (Don Juan's Father) . .



John Hargrove

Brian Garr

Brock Johnson

Terry Burtyk

Susan Parker
Jeff Bird

Suzanne Carr
. . . . Paul Thompson

Hugh Sisson

Dave DeChristopher

Brian Garr

Paul Morella

Brian Garr
Champe Leary

Hugh Sisson

. . . . Paul Thompson



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Mongolian Minks

Basically a social organization with an anti-social
bias, the Mongolian Minks were founded on the shores of
Mesopotamia by Alexander the Great after the famous
battle of Euphrates.

Ranking with the national orders of Phi Beta Kappa
and ODK, the Minks have long represented a social grace
which is unequaled on the campus.



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R. Gray


D. Carroll




R. Grain


D. Walker




K. Simpson


C. Flowers




M. Mennei


H. Morrison




H. Wall


B. Snyder




E. Siebels


F. Richards




L. Donkle


H. Brown




B. Wilson


B. Kelly




G. McChesney


S. Farrar




J. Keith


H. Montague




D. Otey


D. Folmar




P. Sellers


L. Kennedy




R. Hillman


F. Turner




A. Kempe


N. Cory




P. Sowell


B. Barlow




Brother J.


C. Hamilton




T. Allaun


A. Robinson




R. Lloyd


J. Newton




J. Weldon


C. Henson




R. Gumpert


J. Friesner




W. Ogburn


J.Duffy




B. Crawford








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Dave Graham

Mike Ingram

Jay McCann

Craig Strachon

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WLUR



Jerry Davis, generul manager
Paul Simpsiin. station manager
Paul Lancaster, news director
Tom Tinsley, chief engineer
Craig Dorval, program director
John Dahlburg, public affairs director



Tommy Hudgins. operations director
Bob Smith, promotion director
Bob Nickel, classics director
Marc Richard, third ear director
Bill Flesher, sports director
John Kingston, music director



David Meschutt
Scott Thomas
John Palda
Jim Norton
Kevin Connor
Frank Friedman
Ed Feddeman
Seth Oserin
Tim Moore
Dave McClean
Barry Davis
Doug Dewing
Brooke Lewis
Steve Entwistle
Bob Flannery




Channing Martin
Tom Schneider
Skip Silverlight
Joe Fitzgerald
Caryle Gregory
Bill Birbick
Rick Rogers
Rod Ferrandino
Fred Dame
Andy Farmer
Walter Becker
Doug Jackson
Ted Hissey
Sandy Bishop
Mark Putney




Jim Falk
Dave Braun
Jim Overton
Hadley Lowell
Warren Jervey
Steve Mattesky
Bill Garrison
Mike Brooks
Robert Ford
Al Zipp
Ed Burgess
Doug Ford
George Griffin
David Stewart




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Editor-in-Chief — Jess L. Reeves
Business Manager — David R. Lee
Managing Editor — Paul J. Lancaster
News Editor — Paul Morella
Feature Editor — Steve Yevich
Sports tiditor — Bill Flesher
Entertainment Editor — Barney Skelton
Photography Editor — Bill Robinson
Assistant Photography Editor — Glenn Dulken
Advertising Assistant — David J. McLean
Circulation — George Smith



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Executive Committee



Ben Bailey, President

Bob Keatley, Vice-President

Mike Luttig. Secretary

Steve Robinson

Bill Biesel

Woody Ray

Leiand McCullough

Bobby Pugh

Sandy Stradtman

Scott hranklin

Elliot Hicks




Founders' Day



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Water Polo

Djck Barber
Jim Howard
Bill Tiers
Will Brotherton
Gary Seldomridge
Tad Vanleer
Rob Searles
Stu Nibley
Fred Dame
Alan Pettigrew
David Winge





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Swimming Roster


Swimming record




Richard Barber


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Lance Brambeck


:nd, Millersville Relays




William Brotherton


55-58. V.C.U.




Douglass Dewing


71-42, Madison




Raymond Dunn


61-4l.01d Dominion




Robert Freis


59-54. Appalachian State




Robert Graham


77-35. UNC-Asheville




John Henzel


57-61. Richmond




David Hilton


52-41. Loyola




James Howard


62-51. Gettysburg




John Hudson


59-55. William iV Mary




Peter Meem


60-53. V.MT.




David Norland


5th. State Swimming Champion


ships


Alan Pettigrew


45-67. Duke




Steven Roberts






William Ross






Roderick Scott






Robert Searles






Gary Seldomridge






Howard Sklaroff






Jeffrey Sone






Arthur Taylor






William Tiers






Theodore Van Leer






Lewis Windham






David Winge






Issac Wornani








Interfraternity Council



Tom Ramey, Presideni

Darrell Laprade. Vice-President

Jack Sadler. Secretary

Harrison Turnbull. Treasurer

Steve \'an Amburgh

Ferdie Richards

Lu Dudley

Randy Flink

Bill Ihomas




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Wrestling Roster: William Cole, James Crytzer, Enrico
DeirOsso. Douglas Ford. William Harris. Frederick Heldrick,
Lee Keck. Howard Knipp. Samuel Lewis, Harry Mazaheri.
Charles Mintz, Donald Overdorff, Robert Propst, Steven
Schweizerhof, Ray Smith. Brian Tray. Steve White.



Wrestling Record: (I 1-7)29-11. Madison; 2.'i- 1 7. Virginia State:
.10-6. Lynchburg: 22-18, George Mason: 18-24. Duke: 29-13.
Davidson: 28-9. Eastern Mennonite: 2-38. Pembroke: 28-9. VPI:
14-20. Western Carolina: 9-31: V.M.I.; 30-9. Southern Tech:
3-28. Maryville: 0-36. Florida Tech: 9-30. Tampa; 44-1,
Hampden Sydney; 9-29, Richmond.






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SABU

Eugene Perry
Ernest Freeman
Michael Brooks
Talmadge Powell
JohnX. Miller
Robert Ford
John Evans
Dennis Mason
Hoffman Brown
William Harrison
Randall Johnson



Aaron Lewis
Stephen Outlaw
Anthony Perry
Marshall Strickland
Derrick Abney
Ray Bolding
Al Boykins
Eamon Cassal
Lawrence Crocker
Peter Fisher
Elliot Hicks
Stanley Packer
Curtis Stewart
Raynard Scott



The Student AsscKiation For Black Unity exists to help tul-
fill the needs of the black student at Washington and Lee Uni-
versity. It is to help the black student maintain his identity and
to be his liason with the University, the Lexington community,
and the various black student unions in Virginia. SABU is
dedicated to presenting the different aspects of Black culture to
the W & L community. SABU also aids and advises the ad-
ministration in recruiting, admitting, orienting, educating, and
socially guiding the black student.

During the year SABU, under the leadership of its president
Eugene Perry formulated the plans and wrote the constitution
for the Black Student Alliance of Virginia (BSAVa.). The first
conference of BSAVa. was held at Washington and Lee on
November 16. 1974. SABU also worked with the NAACP, the
Boys Club, and a number of churches in the community. The
highlight of the year was Black .Awareness Week when a
number of prominent black speakers and a nationally known
choir were brought to the campus.




Black Awareness Week

Black Awareness Week is held annually to
project the ideas and feelings of blacks toward
America and to give examples of the contribu-
tions that blacks have made and are continuing
to mai;e to society. Black Awareness Week also
gives students at W&L an opportunity to
exchange ideas with prominent blacks who have
had some of the same experiences.

To show the different aspects of the black
man and his culture. SABU prepared a
comprehensive week of events. Dr. David
Shannon — Pittsburg Theological Seminary,
spoke on "Black Religious Experience"; Sam
Proctor — Dean of Graduate Education Rutgers
University, discussed "Black Educational Expe-
rience;" and The Reverend Wyatt T. Walker,
Cai.aan Baptist Church, evaluated "Contribu-
tions of the Black Man to American Society;"
Also present for the event was Dr. Charles
Henry, Asst. Commissioner of the Big Ten, and
the Virginia Union University Choir. The week
was topped off hy a formal dance — "The Black
Ball."




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Student Activities Board



John Killpack, co-C hairman

David Mathews, co-Chairman

Ken Mashburn

Dennis Oakley

John Embree

Bob Morecock

Kelly Shaw





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Jazz Ensemble



Ken Bewick
Billy Brown
Matt Calvert
Charlie Hinkle
Phil Kaplan
Warren Look
Don McMillan
Dave Meschutt
Tim Perry
Mitch Seleznick
Jim Shorten
Greg Sorg
Jim Watson
Thomas Catalano




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Sigma Society



Robert Gray
Thomas Wall
Charles Cushing
Rogers Crain
Mark Merrel
William Simpson
Perry Sowell



Martin Kempe
William Allaun
Phillip Sellers
Joseph Weldon
Charles Wilson
Isaac Donkle
Steven van Amburgh
Jack Ray
David Otey
Harry Montague



Ferdinand Richards
William Crawford
Donald Carroll
Rush Dickson
Sam Brown
John Darwin
Robert Kelley
William Morrison
William Wallace
Richard Middleton




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Indoor Track



Barclay Armstrong
Larry Von Banks
Hoffman Brown III
Paul Brock
John Bruchlll
Robert Caruthers



Robert Clarkson
Kevin C onner
David Denny
David Hstes
Thomas Galvin III
Kevin Grimm
John Hermarr
Elliot Hicks
James Houston



William Lagna
William Mann
John Miller
William Nabcirs
John Newman
Anthony Perry
Delambert Rose
Raynard Scott
David Slater



Robert Suit
Paul Thomson
John Tucker
Chris Walker
Lawrence Washington
Allen Weeks
Willie Bob Wingfield



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THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE

presents
THE LION IN WINTER
(A Senior Thesis Production)

Directed by David DeChristopher

Scenic Designer Walter Romanchuk

THE CAST
Henry David Minton

Alais Tama Natkin

John Scott Winzeler

Richard Dan Scott

Geoffrey Jim Overton

Eleanor Marcia Wilson

Phillip Don Hogle




Sazeracs



Channing Martin, President, Mike Armstrong, Clay Crouch, Derick Hamilton, John Hollinger, Mike Jarboe, Doug Johnston, Pete Merely, John
Scruggs, Scooter Smith, Rob Suit, Buz Walters, Dick Simms, David Campbell, Robert Konwinski




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James Watson




Baskelball Roster: Jeff Baum, Don Berlin, Greg Croghan, Gary Fitzgerald, Steve Hand
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Basketball Record: (19-61 94-67, Maryville; 50-49. Hroslburg Slale; 69-77, UVA; 6^-61,
Lynchburg; 70-69, Framingham State; 93-34, Mass, Maritime; 56-43. Haverford; 61-49,
Williams; 60-,57, Bridgewater; 54-47, Navy; 58-73, Baltimore; 76-51, Emory <>c Henry; 98-
67, Hamden-Sydney; 64-53, Bridgewater; 83102, Roanoke; 69-68, kean; 63-78, ^•ork; 57-
66, Bowie State; 57-66, Lynchburg; 64-92, Old Dominion; 84-74, Eastern Mennonite; 72-67,
Emory & Henry; 59-73, Hampden-Sydney; 62-67, Randolph-Macon; 57-77, Madison.




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T. Justin Moore



David Brewer






Louis Rukeyser



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THE STARLIGHT CLUB



The Student Activities Board

of

Washington and Lee University

cordially invites you to attend

the

Sixty-eighth annual

FANCY DRESS BALL:

"In The Mood, 1941"
a salute to the Swing Era

Friday^ February 21, 1975

at the

Early-Fielding Student Center

Washington and Lee University

8:30 p.m.



Invitation must be
presented at the door



Black Tie





University Federation

President — William Sturges

Advisor — Ken Lane

Big Brother Chairman — Jim Haines

Tutoring

Western State

Lexington Teenage Center

Legal Aid Society

Winter Clothing Drive

Consumer Information Service

And two hundred volunteers



Lacrosse

Ralph Baugher
Richard Baugher
Alexander Bishop
Charles Brown
Donald Carroll
William Cranshaw
Mark Derbyshire
Stephen DiBiagio
Jack Dudley
James Englehart
David Eubank
Robert Flannery
Richard Grace
Mark George
Malcolm Hastings
Gregory Higgins
Thomas Keigler
Lee Kennedy



Douglas Kohlenstein

Michael Kohlenstein

Mark Krieger

Richard Kulp

Christopher Larson

Robert Lindsey

Robert McCord

Brent Miller

John Monahan

Robin Morgan

Spencer Neale

Robert Preston

James Roselle

James Sindler

Ronald Spain

Charles Stieff

John Strock

Brian Tray

David Warfield

Roger Yale

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James Barnes
Ernest Bartlett
Donelson Caffery
Christopher Cascone
John Embree
James Fisher
Giles Greer



Kingston Howard
Benjamin Johns
William Joost
Walter LaForge
Lawrence Lawson
John Martin
Terence Meyer
Michael Missal
Peter Morley
David Morland



Rex Nyquist

Arthur Smith

Frank Waiters

Christopher Wjliet

Robert Wyckoff

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Philip Bailey
David Bauman
Benjamin Bonaventura
Arthur Carmody
Robert Carpentier
Michael Falcone
Rod Ferrandino
William Frear
T. Nicholas Gill
Donald Hathway
Theodore Hissey
Everett Houston
Thomas Hudgins

Brian Hutton

Randall Johnson
Thomas Lancaster

Paul Larkin

James Ladky

Maynard McCorkle

Robert McMichae'

George Makris

Stephen Marzo

David Otey

Scott Price

Michael Rhodes

Stephen Scully

Henry Semple


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