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St, Mary's College of Maryland

Volume 3, 1981




A New Day Begins




Another buzz of the alarm and a new day had
begun. The thought of staying in bed tempted
me but the burden of knowing that work must
be done wouldn't let me rest. I finally dragged
myself from underneath the covers and crawled
out of bed. Automatically, I reached for my
towel and shower needs and headed for the
bathroom. The visions of a nice long hot shower
made me almost glad I got up. It was quickly
shattered when I saw three people already waiting
for the showers and heard the talk of no hot
water. After a ten minute wait, a shower was
finally open. No time now for a liesurely shower,
I had to hurry so I wouldn't be late for my
8:30 class. With hair dryers blowing and clothes
flying, I thought I was making good progress,
but the clock informed me that I only had
five minutes to get to class.

Racing down the hall and out the door. 1 ran
all the way to class with a minute to spare. After
catching my breath, the professor walked in
with a grin on his face that could only mean
one thing — a POP QUIZ. Oh no! I knew



I should have done my chemistry problems last
night. At long last, the quiz was over and the
hour long lecture began. Finally, class was over
and my stomach was informing me that I had
missed breakfast. Gosh, I wish it was time for
lunch but Economics awaited me. It was the
same supply and demand curve we had talked
about last week with a few new ideas thrown in.

Finally, lunch!! Standing in line, I checked
every jean pocket searching for my meal ticket.
(Don't tell me I forgot it!) Relief. It was in my
right hip pocket. I systematically moved through
the line wondering which I should eat - grilled
ham and cheese or pizza and french fries
maybe both. There was no need to hurry through
lunch, as my next class wasn't until 3:10.

Walking back to the dorm I ran into some
friends playing frisbee golf. I hurried back to my
room and grabbed my frisbee with thoughts of
a fun-filled afternoon. For the next two hours
frisbees flew everywhere. Teeing off from behind
Calvert, I remembered that I had History at
3:10. It was 3:00 now. That was the end of



my fun. I trudged up the stairs of Calvert wishing
that I could keep on playing. To my surprise,
the professor had a guest speaker who proved to
be very enjoyable and interesting.

With all my classes over, I headed over to the
Student Union for dinner. I was not alone in this
endeavor, for there was a long line waiting to get
in. Dinner was the same, old usual thing. After
dinner, I walked back to my room thinking about
what I should do now. I decided to go to the
library to do some much needed studying. I
gathered all my books and materials and slowly
walked over. Walking into the library, I saw my



hallmates sitting at a table, but I knew that I
should sit in a quiet, secluded corner by myself
if I was to get any work done. After three hours
of diligent studying I packed up my books and
headed back to the dorm.

As I walked onto the hall, the aroma of pop-
corn greeted me. Following my nose, I soon
discovered the popcorn and my friends two doors
down. While munching out, we talked about
everything from classes to friends to the weekend.
Before I knew it, it was midnight.

Time to hit the sack only to awake a few
hours later to another buzz of the alarm.




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SMC...A World of Its Own



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As one drives south on Route 5, one can
easily miss our small liberal arts college. Once,
however, St. Mary's has been found it cannot
be forgotten. The beauty here catches the eye
of everyone.

Along Route 5 we have our waterfront. The
river invites windsurfers, sailors, and swimmers
into its calm. Heading up the hill is the Garden
of Remembrance, Church Point and our re-
constructed State House; not to mention the
sturdy Calvert, Kent, and Anne Arundel Halls.
Even our buildings hold beauty.



The beauty of St. Mary's is not limited to the
scenic surroundings - we find beauty in our
student body and faculty as well. At our school
one can feel free to express himself. Individuality
is a must. One may lose himself in a crowd and
quietly observe the diversity of people and
activities or join in and become a member. And
there are activities! One can throw a frisbee
across campus, study peacefully under a shady
tree, or just sit chatting with friends. We may
be a small college but our hearts and potentials
are large!



In Search of the Mighty GPA





There is a basic goal for each student at Saint
Mary's - - to graduate. For some this is not so
easy. We must not only attend classes but study,
frequent the library, and cram for that all im-
portant final exam. We do whatever we have to
in search of that mighty GPA.

One of the outstanding majors offered here
is that of Biology. The environment is conducive
to this field of study, with the St. Mary's River,
the pond, and the swamp, "Peepersburg." It
is usually the Biology majors seen wading hip-
deep in the marsh for specimens. Biology, how-



ever, is only one of the many areas of study.
Others include: Social Science, English, Natural
Science, English, History and Art.

Being a liberal arts college, St. Mary's students
are required to take courses in practically every
area of study. Thus, the classes have a variety of
students. Because the school is such a convenient
size, one may get to know just about every
student on campus. The small class size eliminates
anomosity between teachers and students. The
teachers are easily accessible, and many times
are seen socializing with the students.




Once away from the classroom and the books,
St. Mary's offers students a wide variety of fun
and activities. Remember the S.G.A. sponsored
activities: dances, Sunday night movies, con-
certs The Nighthawkes, Face Dancer, and
Crack the Sky.

Sports events, intramurals — football, basket-
ball, volleyball, softball, indoor soccer and
lacrosse. Windsurfing and sailing, attending
Saturday afternoon lacrosse games, basketball.

Remember Spring Fair Weekend, Almost
Anything Goes, Christmas Caroling, Monte
Carlo Night, Christmas and Spring Formals,
Q.A.'s Crush Party and, of course, Frisbee Golf,



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a favorite of just about everyone.

Remember the intellectual stimulants: speakers
and lecturers - Noam Chomsky. Senator Prox-
mire, Betty Williams. Robert Paul Wolfe. Lt.
General Dickenson, just to name a few. The
Russian Art Exhibit. Student Art. theater pro-
ductions, dance concerts and fine art shows.

Remember dorm life - friends and neighbors,
popcorn, popcorn and more popcorn, "studying"
in the study, shaving cream and water balloon
battles, watching soap operas, and partying
with friends.

But, most of all, remember the good times,
the ups and the downs, the friends.




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QUEEN ANNE




FIRST RIGHT - Third Row: Michele Farren, Nancy Elwood, Sandi Gilbert, Carole Sharpe, Grace Gess-
wein. Second Row: Kate Devlin. Mary Angela Bartas, Gail A. Russell. First Row: Patty Jones. Terry
Borgerding, Judy Bergmeister. Missing: Allison Jones. Janice DeGray, Dorcas Goodwin (resident director.)

FIRST LEFT - Fourth Row: Karen Roman. Any Simmen. Mary Sexton, Chris Hayes, Angie Stocksdale,
Kim Murray, Karyn Strickler, Linda Ett. Connie Kite, Sue Broderick. Third Row: Leah Doran, Anne
Teehan, Cindy O'Connor, Tina Manzeglio (not visible), Lisa Lerner. Second Row: Lucy White, Cindy
Hoffman, Laurel Amon, Lisa Hecht. Rist Row: Kathleen McDonough. Missing: Michelle Mitchell.









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SECOND LEFT - Fourth Row: Anita Smith, Mae Jacobs, Susan Jackman, Pam Culver. Third Row: Gigi Paddy, Ellie Mc-
Nickle, Tera Heine, Mary Anne Bury, Joyce McAdams. Second Row: Linda Holden, Peggy Sulkouski, Judith White, Maura
Bryan, Jennifer Herbert, Sarah McBurny, Amy Lewis, Travis Kozlov. First Row: Cindy Rhodes, Ellen Hampton, Ellen Flat-
tery. Missing: Dordie Bode, Sharon Heydrick, Susan Sears, Laura Simon, Joanie Clark, Kathy McAfee, Tracy Ward.




SECOND RIGHT - Second Row: Diane Stohlman, Bobbey
Rucker, Karen Gibson, Becky Guthrie, Ann Dorsey, Sue
Berger, Cathy Shiflett. First Row: Kathy Diehl, Jaquie Rod-
gers, Julie Dukony, Liz Scanlon, Karen McMullen, Stephanie
Satkiewicz, Gail Russell, Kim Brown, Rachel Nielson. Missing:
Tammy Pape, Jeanne Grille, Catherine Morris, Valerie Nice,
Diane Connolly, Joy Mishra, Meg Miller, Tammy Dillon,
Nancy Griffin, Cindy Harding, Janet Armelin.





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THIRD LEFT Third Row:

Angela Ellis, Joan Harrison, Lisa
Smith, Fran O'Brien, Debby Rigler,
Amy Grim, Laura England. Second
Row: June Steel, Stella Schreder,
Dana Detamore, Adrienne Spindler,
Pam Mangini, Julie Flynn, Trish
Scott. First Row: Linda McMullen,
Maryellen Wendel. Missing: Lisa
Trapani, Karen McCeney, Jean
McMahon, Beth Jarvis, Kris Hart.



THIRD CENTER - Third Row:
Bethany Brooks, Rejeanna Loflin,
Renee Tuma, Rose McFarland,
Becky Seagle, Lisa Coluzzi, Judy
Miller, Laura Fabian, Ann Kopp,
Lydia Orr. Second Row: Michelle
Lavery, Lisa Abbott, Beth Fox.
Front Row: Denise Morrissette,
Holly Gibson, Renee Speenburg.
Vicki White, Theresa Priddy, Mary
Smith. Missing: Kim Harvell, Paige
Hughes, Joan DeArcangelis, Lana
Ratlief, Janet Krietzer.



THIRD RIGHT Second Row:
Nancy St. Cyr, Karen Nixon,
Kathy Crosby, Michelle Knight,
Evelyn Bahn. First Row: Kathleen
Mattrahn, Debi Kershaw, Renee
Rosenwald, Teri Clark, Laura Lind-
gren, Lori Cipra, Karen Ward,
Kathy Garrett. Missing: Elena
Granados, Felicia Suires, Ginny
Atkins, Julie Miller, Cindy Cole,
Krista Walters, Terry Kelly, Hydee
Patterson, Terri Silke, Shelby Lee.




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DORCHESTER




FIRST RIGHT - Second Row:
Mike Ford, Greg Swain, Russell
Cahn, Mike Chaplan, Billy Hoyt.
First Row: Scott Phoebus, Pete
Moser, Joe Klein, Duffy Alberti,
Booker Lichtfussns. Missing: Allen
Crutchfield, Eric Dewey, Mark
Pritzel, Mike Powers, Jay Martin.
Dare Dyjack, Scott Simmers, Bob
Gobbez, Dave James, Phi] Bang-
hert, Mike Linthicum.



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FIRST LEFT - Third Row: Tom Pape, Tom Tru-
man, Tom Morris. Second Row: Gary Spangler, Ron
Orlando, Pan Chin, Eugene McLandless, Jerry Valen-
tine, Steve Taylor, Mike Love. First Row: Kevin
Flanders, Bernie Bidwick, Kevin Foster, Bill Day.
Missing: Jerrold Van Winter, Pat Gavin, Brock Ep-
pinger, Andy Mycholus, Ed Flynn, John McDearmon,
Tom Hudson, Robert Schillimger.




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SECOND RIGHT - Third Row:
Steve Hall, Chris Savage, Paul
Schnikelgreuver, Bo Babendreiers,
Robert, Lou Mangienelli, Bob
Slegert, Jim King, Jay Kreuger.
Second Row: Jim Piel, Geoff
Funk. First Row: James Lewis.




SECOND LEFT - Mark Cheyne,
Stewart McHenry, Rafe Shannon,
Mike Harmon, Scott Quinn, Ed
Chew, Bobby "Foot" Hill, Doug
Imig, Todd Morgan, Pat Shaffner,
Keith Parr, Nick Krawczyk, Kevin
Gleason, Lance Leward, Ira Shorter.
Missing: Joe Battaglia, Doug Re-
noug, David Simmen, Mark Stine,
Lew Reed, Tyler Cleverius, Jason
Goddfrey, Brian Schmidt, Gary
Gilbert, Chris Jasper, Mike Noonan,
Dan Orban, Brad Anderson, Eric
Kurd, Bob Coffey, Eddie Ormand,
Jim Mullen.




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THIRD RIGHT - Third Row: Chris Gardenhauer,
Frank Cicero, Tim Young, Steve Noyes, Ed Cox,
Jamie Gagnon, Tim Murphy, Tom Hoyes, Andy
Pipino, Mike Klemens. Second Row: Ray Alvarez,
Donny McDugal, Adrian Pylypec, Billy Herfel,
Greg Smith, Mark Hollingsworth, Brian Walsh.
Missing: Phil Kepner, Chris Murchake, Ed Anuporn
Lulitunuid, Tom Jamison, Ken Reed, Dave An-
dreasen, Joao Desausa, Ed Sirlanno, Rocco Di-
girolomo.



THIRD CENTER - Third Row: Scott Stockwell,
Mark Lutz, Tom Franks, Allan Hamill, Pat Wood.
Second Row: Jack Hartzell, Joe Battaglia, Tom
"Snuffy" Smith, Jim Reed, Ron Deter, Doug Wright,
Jimmy Stewart, Jim Sweetman. Missing: Scott
Carter, Ralston Taylor, John Sweeney, Bruce Lanier,
Rick Stevens, Mike Alger, Mike Mullins, Mike Chap-
palear, Tere Griffin, Bob Knopp. Steve Haley, Don
Freeman.




THIRD LEFT - Third Row: Ron Keith, Howard Beadle, Kevin
Kelly, Craig Crispell, Dan Fritts, Ken Edwards, Mark Leonard, Ed
Richardson, Chris Alveg, Jeff Kennedy, Roger Nicholas. Second Row:
Chris Wohlgemuth, Greg Kerns, Ron Herbert, Wim Cassard, John
Silke. First Row: Ed Kercheval. Missing: Gino Saunders, Brian Barge,
Wilbert Leonard, Martin Howard, Mac Saunders, Blake Kramer, Carl
Lewis, Ed Pinder, Don Sayer.




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CAROLINE




FIRST RIGHT - Chris Simmons, Maureen Cadden, Mary Brown, Jennifer Digny, Donna Parks, Beth Junghans, Cari Wright,
Beth Ward, Diana Mason, Trish Meisner, Monique La Flamme, Leeann Upchurch, Meg Deem, M. Lynn Stanfield, Cary Loker,
Cathy Gravlin, Laura Cholewocynski, Kit Hoyle. Missing: Donna Hammrick, Susan Butt, Anne Mattson. Jenise McKillican.

FIRST LEFT - Valle Palmer, Michele Thigpen, Carla Mooser, Robin Robert, Sally Saker, Mary Brown, Kathy Mariner,
Stacey Noakes, Choobie Hawtin, Sara Hanzsche, Holly Allison, Melinda Griffith, Pat Deweever, Gail Anderson, Karen Taylor,
Sue Boslough, Kelly Flint.



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SECOND LEFT - Third Row: Dave Smith, Bill Wolcezwski, Herman,
Bill White, Eric Pittenger, Don Allen. Second Row: Tito Montes,
Randy Naefe, Richard Krolak, Mike Mersshoff, Mark Ballman, Steve
Pantazelos, Steve McHenry. First Row: Chu-Rui, John Ohler, Andy
Lefevre, Pete Ekelund. Missing: Aaron Prather, Lenny Harper, Mike
Ayers, Kevin Crutchfield, Brian O'Day, Chu Chung, Eric Francois,
George Belleville, Scott Audette, Bill Chrew, Melvin McBride, Tony
Walker, Tom Needell.

SECOND RIGHT - Third Row: Steve Hayes. Second Row: Bill
Marx, Dennis McDade, Larry Roper (Resident Director), Gerard Smith,
Stuart Laird, Jim Haight, Michael Moore, Jeff Frankenberg, Charles
Hancock. First Row: Michael Durham, George Taylor, Gurvis Davis.



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THIRD LEFT - Fifth Row: Lisa Meagher, Lynn
Avery, Carrie O'Brien, Joan Ruth. Fourth Row:
Pam Andrien, Eileen Moye, Sally Lebling, Beth
Appier, Tracy Sweeney, Michele Reinhart. Third
Row: Alexandra Thorn, Carol Eyler, Lauren Cauley,
Sue Landreth. Second Row: Jennifer West, Laurie
Harbeson, Francis Betz, Ingrid Werner, Jean Bick-
meyer, Lorretta Womack. First Row: Lisa Ossie,
Denise Lerch, Stephanie Dalton, Lynda Ballard.
Missing: Sharon Pailen.

THIRD CENTER - Fourth Row: Michelle Robin-
son, Annette Alderson, Jane Bickert, Kathy White,
mindy Butler, Peggy Shughrue, Kelley Gleason.
Third Row: Mary Staken, Sandy Popandria, Mary
Pat Marks, Michele Caputo, Sharon Crawford.
Second Row: Tammy O'Rear, Denise Canter, Patti
Olson, Kim Kaspary. First Row: Maggie Allshouse.
Missing: Robin Graefe, Karen Smith, Britta Muehl-
berger, Kathy Piskor, Tera Gray, Pree Johnson,
Kris Reigert, Venia Ward.

THIRD RIGHT - Bottom: Sherrie Robinson, Lisa
Jerry, Pam Troxell, Heather Hoffsomer, Mary Tobin,
Veronica "Ronnie" White, Kerry McWilliams, Helene
Ryan, Leslie McGee, Helene Moynihan, Sharon
Erdly, Linda Vail, Mary Seng, Donna Travis, Gemma
Warwick, Bonnie Flanigan. Missing: Kimberly Blye,
Karen Carpenter, Tracey King, Anne Furstenhau,
Robin Jenkins, Robin Stead.




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FIRST LEFT - Fourth Row: Chris Davison, Pete Ehrlich, Robert
"Punky" Jackson. Steve Fairall, Mike Bonhar. Third Row: Dan Long,
Mike Tindle, James Drumstick, John Ziedler, Gary Willis, Rod Tomp-
kins. Second Row: Dave Paris, Dave "Stonehead" Newberger, Jesse
Meman, Jay Bartusiewicz. First Row: Tim Graney, Bob Greene, Jim
Harvey. Missing: Mitch Pollack.



FIRST RIGHT - Second Row
Joe Syzmanski, Jim Hockersmith,
Joe Knepper, Frank Behegaw.
Geoff Gootar, Todd Main, Dave
Walker. Brian Say. First Row:
Mike Pippins, Tony Barnes, Dave
Heaw. Missing: John Meadowcroft,
Mark Cambardo, Garth Reynolds,
Tom Moore, Chip Ahrens, Rick
Todd, Steve McKeown.



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SECOND RIGHT - Fourth Row: Tara
Kelly, Lisa Smith, Beth Adkins. Third
Row: Gail Wilson, Laura Ryan, Allison
Turner, Leeane Wurster, Sue Briggs (Resi-
dent Director), Rhonda Munson. Second
Row: Angie Mirachy, Terri Sullivan, Kathy
Tewey, Lynn Meagher, Sue Boyle. First
Row: Kim Bonnetti, Kaye Grahane, Carla
Fiala, Evelyn Kominsky. Missing: Sherri
VanHouter, Chris Schmidt, Sarah Hansczle,
Joanie Biro, Lisa Milne, Beth Denton,
Debbie, Carol Loman, Sue Kohne.





SECOND LEFT - Beth Bowes, Lisa Winovich, Mairi Morrison, Ruth Cleary, Rita Hendrickson, Brenda
Donlin, Janice Anderson, Beth Gardiner, Nitza Stamoolis, Jeannie Tampieri, Pam Gould, Virginia Vitz-
chom, Martha Meyers, Belva Hill, Jo Anne Stewart. Karen Sulmonetti, Mary Cavanaugh, Kathy Johnson,
Marie Farrenella, Ellen Murray, Karen Overbeck. Linda McNish, Janet Andrews, Sharee Foster, Leslie
Jennings, Chris Rerelli, Cindy Spangler, Karen Randall, Sherunda Lister, Angie Simpson, Dee Dee Thibo-
deau. Corny Sears, Carol Scheifelbein.



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THIRD RIGHT - Fourth Row: Bev Haines, Lisa Bonifant, Nort Schwartz, Jackie Samuda, Janice Buswell, Cathy Ward,
Patti Quade. Third Row: Joni Johnston, Colleen Hickey, Beth Asin, Penny Beall, Kathy Roys. Second Row: Michelle La
Caste, Beth Baikley, Karen Thomas, Chris Lively, Mary Kate Savin. First Row: Stacey Tapscott, Lisa De Journette, Yo
DeFabio. Missing: Carrie Powanda, Karen Mundie, Andrea Stolarik, Vonnie Willey, Betsey Greene.

THIRD CENTER - Third Row: Denise, Sharon, Marie Gutches, Natalie Bunting, Laura Kresse, Becky Wood. Second Row:
Tracy Gisriel, Gigi Jones, Cara Kidd. First Row: Angela Lyons, Jennifer Smith. Jean Ianni, Tanwnya Isreal.




THIRD LEFT — Fourth Row: Lynn, Pay Keegan, Lisa, Carrie, Laura Knox, Suzanne Capley. Third Row:
Robin Laird, Kelley Keele, Helen Salyer, Sandy Pillard, Martha Spalding, Donna McCauley. Second Row:
Dana, Meg Anderson, Erin McCurley, Leslie Moran, Kathleen, Bernie Taylor. First Row: Laurie Benson,
Andrea Tasi.



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Individuality :
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FRISBEE MANIA




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Flag Football



Men - Stoned Rangers
Women - Stormin Normans

Volleyball



Men - Light Touchers
Women - Patti's Punch

Indoor Lacrosse



Men - Superman and Company
Women — Rosemary's Girls

Indoor Soccer

Men — Distributors
Women - Dudiak Attack

Coed Volleyball
Sunsetters

Ultimate Frisbee
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Basketball

Men - Rumin Spoilers
Women - Spider's



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GAIL ANDERSON



JANET ARMELIN



BRENDA ASHE






MAUREEN AULD



SCOTT BATES



JANE BICKERT





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SUSAN BRODERICK




PAMELA CARDULLO




RUTH CLEARY



KNOW ME

I am a night and day

Know the night — with all its stars and

the dawn of tomorrow will

Bring clear blue fall days together

In the night, knockin 'roun' town
Clubhin, and dancin, high heels and
Big cars that guide us through the
Fantasy of the city in the night

In the day, hikin all aroun *
Walkin and climbin, hikin boots and
Little creeks that guide us through the
Beauty of the country in the day

Know me as a dancer
Know me as a poet
Know me as a singer
Know me as a lover
Enjoy the lines in my life
See the image and you shall
Know the self of a man happy
To be alive and to love

JOHN ROCCO PETRUCELLI



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DANIEL CRONIN




KATHY CROSBY






RICHARD CRUTCHFIELD



PAMELA CULVER



THOMAS DEBOY



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YOLANDA DIFABIO



KAREN DIX



BRENDA DONLIN






CHARLES EASTER



PETER EKELUND



ANGELA ELLIS




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JULIA FLYNN



JEFFREY FRANGENBERG



SANDRA GILBERT






KEVIN GIVENS



KELLEY GLEASON




ROBIN GRAEFE




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TERRY HARFORD




DEBRA HIGGINS



ROBERT HILL



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JOAN JOHNSTON








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TERRI LANCASTER



DANIEL LONG



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WILLIAM MARX



CYNTHIA MATOSKA



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TITO MONTES



DENISE MORRISSETTE



PAUL MOYER



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KATHLEEN PISKOR



PATRICIA RICH






ANN RINEHART



SHERRIE ROBINSON



MARY ROZMARYNOWSKI






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RENEE SPEENBURGH




JOHN SWEENEY




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KAREN TAYLOR



PATRICIA TRALONGO



WILLIAM TURNER






GARY WILLIS



LORETTA WOMACK



DOUGLAS WRIGHT




LEE ANN WURSTER




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Senior Notes



GAIL YVONNE ANDERSON -

Two special people who deserve love and
thanks Mom and Dad. St. Mary's - a chance
to be myself. New beginnings with Paul.
Karen — special friend - Roomie.

JANE CHRISTIE BICKERT -

Thanks to: Professors, Trapper Bob, Jeno,
Jim Clark, my parents and my friends. In-
ternship, Canoe and Kayak Champions
two years. Goal: Ms. Wildlife Management.

PETER EKELUND -

St. Mary's provided me with the necessary
perception to understand people for who
they really are. To all my friends and the
beauty of this campus "good-bye, thank
you" . . . remember, the energy you put
forth will determine who you are.



JULIA A. FLYNN -

Splendor, sorrow, enchantment, inspira-
tion, peace, pain, insanity, indulgence, pres-
sures, prayers, friends, freedoms, Lydge,
Ann, Patsy, Holly, Renee: St. Mary's; I
love you all. J.

KELLEY GLEASON

Time went by so quickly, but the memo-
ries will last forever - Spring Breaks, Monte
Carlo Night, parties, Supremes, Lacrosse,
The "club," beach, Stormin Norman's —
Friends.




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ROBIN ELIZABETH GRAEFE -

Robin "Hogface" — "Life's truest

happiness is found in the friendships we
make along the way." Florida 80, 81. Hog-
faces of SMC No. 40 - Best in History!!
Patutees shall reign forever!!

JAMES ROBERT HANNAH -

"Jimbob" First Leftists, Third Center
P.G., Have seen radical changes here. Ac-
tivities: Marykate, Percussion, Wind, Jazz
Ensembles, "Bluewind," Soccer, Sailing,
WSMC D.J., Music Business Bound, Will
Relocate.

TERRI LANCASTER -

Social Science; Lift joyfulvoices unto Him!
Thanx Mom and Dad, F.W.C., SMC. Thank
you Father for your many blessings. Love
to you.

MARK LUTZ -

For those of us leaving St. Mary's, the
future will pose many challenges. But none
will be greater than the challenge of finding


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