Yearbook main highlights: schools and departments; detailed lists with names and headshots of faculty, administration and students; variety of photos from activities, festivals, campus life, and buildings; campus organizations such as sororities, fraternities and councils; beauty contest winners; college sports and featured athletes; and printed advertisements of local businesses; Institution name: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
man000541. Epilogue: UNLV Yearbook. 1980. [Periodical] Retrieved from Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada. http://n2t.net/ark:/62930/d17s7n02f
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PUBLISHED BY AND FOR
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all the different things that
make up a year at UNLV?
The lunches at the deli and
Union Station, t-shirts, hats
and other items imprinted
with "UNLV", and time spent
with friends—and books,
studying sometimes instead
o f g o i n g t o . . .
Fall—UNLV is gifted with a
35-foot metal clock tower
complete with electronic
chimes. 'Some label it an "oil
September—Finally, a traffic
light is installed at Maryland
Parkway and University Road.
October—Deli opens up next
to Union Station snack bar
and the long lines usually
there move to the deli.
Goodall is inaugurated
temporary name for the
campus radio station) begins
broadcasting in the student
union from a converted
bathroom next to the
Fall—Registration draws the
usual crowds for class cards
and books, and an unusual
amount of attention when
$155,000 theft from the
' controller's office is
The YELL, questions the
reasons for apathy on
campus; students are too
busy commuting between
jobs and school; or offcampus
events and school
Fall—Construction on the
four-story addition to the
January—No snow blankets
the campus this year.
Fall—A few roller skaters are
spotted on campus, but the
predicted fad never catches
begins on the land next to
the Judy Bayley theatre.
December—Finals Week is
the usual rush between the
library to study and the
Registrar's office to drop
Spring—The Class of *80 ends
its undergraduate career at
events, the Contemporary
Dance Theatre's concertsthere
were plenty of diverse
entertainment events to
attend and even participate
in this year, plus. ..
Supermind, demonstrates his
memory, ESP, and hypnosis
skills to his ballroom
December—Alger Hiss speaks
on the press and his political
career in another CSUNsponsored
October—The ATO "Saloon
and Jail" float is the hottest
part of Homecoming 79,
"The Great Western
candidate for queen runs a
Sept ember—Present Tense
1979 brings poet Allen
Ginsberg and other noted
literary figures to the first
Southern Nevada creative
Budweiser kick off the
semester with the annual
and well- attended
6 Budweiser Bash on top of the
September—OJ's Diners bring
male strippers on campus to
the delight of those
attending and the disgust of
December— Twelfth Night
provides a fool, a frog, a
lady, a duke, a woman
disguised as a man, and
other characters to entertain
the highest turnout ever
recorded for an event held
at UNLV during its three days
of beer, yo-yo's, and
comes to the Bayley theatre
stage in Miss Margarida's
Way, a one woman show,
and a sellout.
Programming brings movies,
including High Anxiety, Fury,
Boys From Brazil, and Magic,
free to good-sized
Theatre combines a
children's fairy tale with
elements of Japanese Kabuki
theatre in the production of
"The Emperor's New
Dance Theatre adds a winter
concert to their yearly
September— Woyzeck, an
production, is held over in
the Little Theatre an
held for basketball tickets
and 150 lucky students win
opportunity to purchase
football, basketball, soccer,
baseball, and all the other
sports UNLV offers, including
intramurals, from the
bleachers or on the field?
Maybe you were thinking
Fall—Football's close wins
earn the team the
nickname, "Cardiac Kids.'1
open the season with a loss
to Pan American, but make
it up to fans later.
Fall—Intramurals offer flag
football, bowling, volleyball
basketball and a "Turkey
Trot" race to all students.
September—Dr. Al Negratti
named Athletic Director for
Globetrotters perform at
Convention Center to
benefit UNLV's intercollegiate
team, the "Hustlin' Robels,"
called awesome by many.
Fall—Lady Rebels, draw
increasing crowds to
women's basketball games.
admittance to the Western
Athletic Conference .
Fall—Soccer finishes 12-9.
recaptures the Fremont
Cannon from Reno in the
11th annual Big Game
against the Wolfpack.
team's off to a good start
with a win over Cal State
Spring—UNLV's track and
field program off and
Fall—Changing the grading
system to include plus and
minus grades is debated.
Fall—The question of
whether to establish a law
school in Las Vegas is still
being asked and still not
supporting or protesting the M.A.F., your
college's candidates for CSUN Senator
during fall elections, your choice for
executive office holders in the spring
elections, and issues off the UNLV campus?
You may have answers to all the questions
on these pages now, but what about.
organize a rally against the
MAF and are nearly
outnumbered there by local
Fall—A new, stricter,
withdrawal policy is proposed
by the Faculty Senate.
October—Six hundred plus
voters are a record turnout
in a CSUN election,
give more blood than UNR
counterparts during a blood
drive competition between
organized on campus to
discuss situation in Iran.
organization petitions people
outside the Silver Bowl in their
attempt to demonstrate
community support for a
southern Nevada law school.
Fall—CSUN Senate discusses
whether or not to recognize
Nevada, including the
possible building of an MXmissle
site and oil-drilling in
the Red Rock area involve
several years from now? Before we all say goodbye to
the class of (80 and another school year, how about
another look at
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Events That Can't Be Forgotten.
Fun-loving, enthusiastic Dave Gist, 1979-80 Entertainment and Programming chairman, was in
charge of partying, And party UNLV did, Under his command he saturated UNLV students with lots
of dancing, drinking, good times, freebies, and recreational activities that relieved the tensions of
school. Homecoming, Oktoberfest, and Mardi Gras all had record-breaking attendances, UNLV saw
more noon-time events, Entertainment Showcases, movies (double features), blood drives and
parties than before. On the following pages, The Epilogue captured the unforgetable moments of
the year's events,
Through The Eyes Of A Drunk
"Where am I? Hey, is this the ATO Budweiser
"No. This is Reggie Theus' dressing room."
"I don't have time to talk-l have to take
pictures for the yearbook."
"Are you sure? You don't look too well."
"Are you kidding I could take pictures with
my eyes closed."
"Anything you say, but don't you think your
pictures would turn out better if you took the
lens cap off your camera?"
PRESENT TENSE 1979
Present Tense 1979,
Nevada's largest arts and
letters symposium, was
presented on the UNLV
campus Friday and
Saturday, Sept. 21 and
One of the project's
Aniello, commented that the event showed "some major
colleges attending that UNLV is as involved in academics as it
is in sports."
Students from all over the western United States attended
programs which featured speakers from the Art, Music and
English departments of UNLV as well as guest speakers.
Programs included a presentation of black drama by Bob
Dixon, lectures by UNLV professors, workshops on fiction,
playwriting, alternative press publications, non-fiction, and
During the day various displays of art and photographic
works were exhibited for the student's pleasure. On Friday,
students from the Theatre department presented an afternoon
of wandering mimes and minstrels.
During the evening, students were entertained by readings of
poetry and comedy, with the highlight being the special
appearance of poet Allen Ginsberg.
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Male Strippers Take It Off—
UNLV had its first taste of male strippers as they
entertained 150 " crazy and insane" female
audience before the Juice Dance last
September. Both males and females gave their
opinions of male strippers:
"I think it's great. If I had the bod, I would
prooably do it."
"I'd like to see a male stripper if he had a good
— Jana Harry
"Well, I wouldn't take one home to Mom."
"Women should have the right to be entertained
by male strippers in the same way men have
been entertained by women."
"I auditioned for the job, but they told me I was
Monday, October 8
Outdoor advertising by cowboys
Outside Moyer Union
Tuesday, October 9
Cowboy & Cowgirl Sale
Inside Moyer Union
Inside Moyer Union
22 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 10
Budweiser river flows
Lasso Rope Contest
Outside Moyer Union
Homecoming Queen introductions
Outside Moyer Union
THE GREAT WESTERN ,
BROUGHT 10 YOU BY
YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 6
Thursday, October 11
Homecoming Queen election
Inside Moyer Union
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Learn to Square Dance
Outside Moyer Union
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Budweiser river flows
Outside Moyer Union
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Outside Moyer Union
Covered Wagon Race
Outside Moyer Union
Friday, October 12
Richie Wright Whip and Guns Show
Outside Moyer Union
Budweiser river flows
Outside Moyer Union
11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Stick Horse Race
Outside Moyer Union
Inverted Beer Finals
Outside Moyer Union
Cocktail Party, 6 p.m. (No host)
Dinner, 8 p.m. $6.50
Moyer Union Fireside Lounge
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EVERY GIRL'S DREAM
bmecoming Queen, Kristi Gritton (1978-79) crowns Jann Butler the new Queen. Mora Templin congratulates Jann Butler
Saturday, October 13
Float parade and judging
Moyer Union, circular drive
Car caravan with floats
to the stadium
West side parking lot
Homecoming Football Game
Moyer Union Ballroom
9 p.m. - 2 a.m.
1st runner-up—Debbie Moyer
Joe Calaro pins candidate Lisa Ricard
Blood. Sweat and Tears
Everyone ooh's and aah's when the annual homecoming floats are on parade. Rarely does one
know of the blood, sweat, and tears that organizations pour into making what they hope will be
the winning float. The Epilogue went to the ATO House to see just how a float is made. Their
float "Where Men Were Men" took 1st place, even though the top half burnt down on the way
to the stadium.
Winning Float • ATO '"Where Men Were Men"
Floats On Parade
Hotel's Zendt's Farm Sigma Nu's Butch & Sundance
SEEN • • •
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THE OTHER SIDE OF
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE
MOUNTAIN, PART 2
_ >V' JAMES DEAN
D n % \ E a s t O f E d e n KUV^ "A complex and fascinating
An experience in
terror and suspense.
A RA1PH BAKSHl HIM
If they survive...will we?
Tues. Sept 18,8 OOPM
MS U Ballroom
, m You Can Never Forget!
"Yoyos? What do yoyos have to do with
" Are you kidding? Bob Newhart came to Las
Vegas just for our Oktoberfest?"
"Homework! You mean classes were in
"Look at those people wearing those silly hats
"Yeah, I remember when I had my first beer
and when I went to my first Oktoberfest."
"UGH! I never want to see another pretzel."
"Can you believe all those people actually fit
into one little Student Union?"
"Hey, remember on Saturday night when
"Come on! You really expect me to remember
"How embarrassing! I can't believe that you
got me to wear this ridiculous costume."
"Are you sure that's a costume? Didn't I see
you wearing that to school last Friday?"
"Oh wow! Whips, chains, kinky sex, punk
rockers—I love Halloween."
"Why take off your mask, Henry?
"I'm sorry. I don't have any treats but I sure
"I came here looking for some goodlooking
guys and all I saw were ghosts, devils, ugly
men and three short farmers. I guess all the
UNLV guys went to BYU!"
When it was said that there was going to be
some good rock'n roll at the Black Oak Arkansas
concert it was not meant in jest. The sounds
that poured forth from the student union were
incomparable to any amateur rock W roll
band— they were the southern rock sounds of
Black Oak Arkansas.
Bryan O'Shields and Dave Gist did the opening
introduction: "Las Vegas, are you ready for
some rock vn' roll? Well, this band is from a
little-bitty town in Arkansas,' and they are going
to rock your bones." The screen rose
above the stage to the strum of an electric
guitar and the voice of lead vocalist Bob Simpson:
"We don't play no disco, only good ol'
rock YT roll." The crowd went wild, and so did
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NEVADA DANCE THEATRE
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Contemporary Dance Theatre Presents "Winter Frolics
food all, Boyd & Ciberace
Naomi llyemura damous People Players
Liberace, a favorite with Las Vegas showroom audiences sponsored a series of concerts that were
presented on January 6, 13, 20, and 27 in the Artemus Ham Concert Hall. All of the proceeds from
the performances went to the UNLV music scholarship fund. Performing artists were Liona Boyd,
Famous People Players, Marco Volenti and Naomi Uyemura.
If you could do it all over, what
would you do differently this year at
Kelly Kaighn- Music, Sophomore:
"I'd take more serious
Bridget Ward- Public Relations, Junior: "I'd study
more and get more involved in student activities."
Bill Nixon- History, Freshman: "I would have taken my first
semester a lot more seriously and realized that the university
experience is what you personally make out of it."
Richard Jackson- Business, Junior: "I'd
Mark McLane- Geology, Senior: "I wouldn't do it." recruit more Ladies."
Steve Meredith- Engineering, Freshman: "I wouldn't
Nancy Perkins- Business Administration, Sophomore: come,"
Rick Scarrone- Communications, Senior: "Nothing, I did
everything that I wanted to do."
What sports craze stampeded the
students, young, old, all shapes and
sizes, were seen participating in this
sport before, during, and after classes.
Although some were more
experienced than others all enjoyed
drinking. The tremendous popularity of
this sport stemmed from the fact that
there was no need for expensive
equipment, only a pair of lips.
Black History Week, celebrated
February 10th-15th, was filled with
many activities such as lectures
by community leaders, jazz
concerts, and art exhibits.
The high point of the week was
the appearence of Percy D.
Giles, guest artist at the art
The week's activities were
designed to bring attention to
the problems of blacks in the
past, and their possible future
troubles, as well as present
problems blacks face in Las
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Entertainment & Programming Board
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Tau Omega
Kappa Alpha Psi
Pi Sigma Alpha
Resident Student Association
Showband of the Stars
Starclusters Flag Corps
Shooting Stars Rifle Team
Chamber Singers & Chorus
The Consolidated Student Government (CSUN) is responsible for promoting the needs and
viewpoints of all students through a representative self-governing body. Within CSUN there are
subcommittees such as the Entertainment and Programming Board, the Election Board, the
Appropriation Committee, the Yell newspaper, the Epilogue yearbook, K-JON Radio, the
Intramural program and various others. Every year CSUN recognizes certain on campus
organizations that supplement intellectual and social development at UNLV. Along with the
fraternities and sororities, they provide many of the dances and activities held during the year.
Lorraine Alderman- Senate President
Danny Campbell- CSUN President
Use Wyman- CSUN Vice-president
UNLV student government offers university students the opportunity to gain extremely valuable
educational and personal experiences while attending college. With a budget of nearly 400,000
dollars, a great deal of trust and responsibility is placed in the hands of the student leaders.
CSUN serves as a liaison between students, faculty and administration. Student government is
responsible for hosting various cultural, social and educational events. The CSUN government is
building a tradition with evepts such as Oktoberfest and Mardi Gras, as well as our student
newspaper which is published weekly. CSUN is in the business of recycling student funds back to
the student in as many ways as possible. By combining academic programs with activities, the
students are assured of a wholesome and weil-rounded education at UNLV.
Row 1 (seated) -Pam Roberts, CSUN Vice-president Pro Tempore; Lise Wyman. CSUN Vice-president; Lorraine Alderman,
CSUN Vice-president; Marty Burzinski, CSUN Senate Pro Tempore and Hotel Senator; Rene Bernier, CSUN Senate Secretary.
Row 2- Dorothy Haplin, University College Senator; Carol Tarpley, University College Senator; Rick Oshinski, University College
Senator; Cindy Simia. Allied Health Senator, Claire Dowell, Hotel Senator, Bill Halderman,: University College Senator. Row 3 -
Susana Reyes, Arts 8c Letters Senator; Dale Hulen, Arts 8c letters Senator; Dave Levins, Business & Economics Senator; Alan
Isquith, Science, Mathematics 8c Engineering Senator; Kelly Campbell, University College Senator; Skip Kelley, Arts 8c Letters
Senator; Sandy Williams, Education Senator, David Martinez, Business 8c Economics Senator; Bryan O'Shields, University
College Senator, Robert Stamper, University College Senator.
Under the direction of Senate President Lorraine Alderman, the UNLV senate has been
striving to make this 1979-80 year a profitable one. Having representatives from each
college makes it possible for the voice of the individual to be heard. The Senate meets
regularly to discuss and make decisions on pertinant subject matter.
Row I: Corinne Blackett -Pre-Law Association, Stephanie Gilbertson-Ski Club, Stan "O.J." Armstrong-O.J.'s Diners, Danny
Wineger-Hotel, Russell Harvey-Media Insitute. Row II: Gerald Hasty-Association of Computer Machinery, Valerie Moses-
Resident Student Association, Robert Trimmer-Society of Physics, Mora Templin-Young Democrats, Rich Schneider-Sigma
Chi, Ruth Harvey-Bah'ia, Debbie Baechle-ATO Little Sisters, Eric Benson-Kappa Sigma, Bill Cataneze-Kappa Sigma.
Chairman Dave Gist rubs noses with secretary Beth.
Members Kelly Campbell and Jeff Wilde look on.
Row I: Jose Hernandez-Hispanic Association, Ira Carter-Kappa Alpha Psi, Kim McKamy-Cheerleaders, Jackie
Hall-Cheerleaders Row II: Don Soderberg-lnterfraternity Council, Greg Coussak-Alpha Epsilon Psi, Gil Delina-
University Folk Dancers, Peter Vidal-lnternational Cultural Society, Susana Reyes-Children:s Village, Dale
Hulen-Pi Sigma Alpha
Row I; Sally Swiess-American Medical Association, David Entler-Young Republicans, Dave Levins-Alpha Kappa Psi,
Mike Kelsey-LDSSA Row II: Luke Pershing-Sigma Nu, Cindy Ward-Delta Zeta, Craig Lassoff-Alpha Tau Omega, Lisa
Miller- Alpha Delta Pi, Jennifer Huston-Public Relations Society, Pam Roberts-Pre-Professionals, Kathee Mack-University
The Art of developing and promoting programs on a college campus is still being developed
and is constantly changing. Every year a new group of student leaders take over, plan, and
instigate the activities for the next two semesters. This year E&P board had set a goal for itself
to provide students with a necessary break from academia. We on the board have felt that if
we could provide good, consistent entertainment we could do our part in keeping UNLV
students from experiencing that fatal disease called "College Burnout." I hope that everyone
who attended CSUN events this past year had a good time. After all, our events were intended
to be enlightening, entertaining and most of all fun. To sum it all up I'd like to borrow a phrase
from Chris Miller, co-editcr of Animal House".. .We're college students, we can do anything!"
Dancin' Dave Gist.
The Moyer Student Union Board consists of one elected undergraduate chairman, three elected
student members, five appointed members(which include one faculty, one administrative staff,
one classified employee, one graduate student, and one alumni representative). This group
advises the director of the union as to what policies, programs, and expenses most benefit the
student community. Seated, left to right are; Pattie Wagner, Mike Verchicki, Michelle Overly.
Standing, left to right are; Dan Russell, Burt Teh, Greg McKinley, Fred Albrecht, Fred Tredup, Nick
Paul and Dr. Cassese. Not Pictured are Bill Botos and Chris Beacroft.
_ iversity of Nevada, Las Vegas
Row I: Nina Garcia, Lisa Riley Row II: Dennis Berry, Steve
Bailey Row III: Robert Qualey, Ken Weber
Teresa Downey- Secretary, Ken Weber- Sports
Lisa Riley Melanie Buckley
Managing Editor Photo
Suzan Di Bella
Tom Jones IV
Melanie Buckley, Editor Lisa Riley, Design Editor Steve Bailey, P.R.
Carol Warren Kelly Campbell Lori Stamiri
Activities Classes Organizations
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Tom Jones IV
Joe Petrizzo Gary Danner
YOU DID IT!
Row I: Peter Fanara, Lynn Gurzinski, Kelly Campbell, Cherise Barr Row II: Patrick Josaphat, Vera Breitling-Secretary, Shelly
Purdy, Kathy Kosmides, Paula Curry, Stan "O.J." Armstrong Row III: Bob Tagliaferro, Danny Cohen, Mike Stevens, Don Dunlap,
Greg Schermerhorn, Ray Ricke, Steve Giorgione, Ray Corbett
Ray Corbett, Director
Lynn Gurzinski, Assist. Director
Row I: Al Williams-News Director Row II: Bill Saxton-Student Station
Manager, K.K. Flolmes-Program Director, Rich Hunsaker-
Engineering, Jim Moran-Music Director
Row I: Raul Martinez, Stan "O.J." Armstrong Row II: Al Williams, K.K. Holmes, Rich Hunsaker, Buddy Smith, Angela Fitts, Bill
Saxton, Jim Moran Row III: Tony Cordasco, Wally Edwards, George Morrissey, Raymond Haft, Rick Scarrone, Paul Gentle
The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority dedicates its activity to service for mankind and gives women of
purpose and scholarship the opportunity to experience good works through sisterhood. Founded
in 1908 by 12 black women of Harvard University, the sorority has been thriving on service and
hospitality. The 1979-80 membership of AKA, under the faculty supervision of Jacki Newton and
assistant Sherri Beverly, includes President Rikki Cheese, Vice-president Vicki Barnett, Secretary
Monique Woodward, Treasurer Willie Mae Mclner, Corresponding Secretary Anita Carter, Dean of
Pledges Terri Walker, Parlamentarian Crystal Hester, Lynn Conerly, LaRonda Lindsly, Michelle
Wright, Nedra Washington, and Wanette Hewlett.
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority: Front Row- Tammy Koch, Jennifer Houston, Nina Ross. 2nd Row- Diane
Anderson, Dawn Daleo, Lynn Gurzinski, Lucie Meneses. 3rd Row- Cindy Simia, Dorthy Carlton,
Cindy Greel, Marion Benneman, Sandy Williams, Robin Starlin, Rene Wengert, Tami Rivers, Rene
Bernier. 4th Row- Linda Weaver, Mary Daley, Shelly Pahor, Jene Pellettieri, Lisa Miller, Pam
Roberts, Dennise Rajnovich.
Top Left: Tami Rivers, Jene Pellettieri
Top Right: Pam Roberts, Dennise Rajnovich, Dawn Daleo, Nicki Sanchez, Becky Hopkins
Bottom Right: Becki Hopkins. FOUNDED 1851
MP Ml DEIIB PI
ALPHA DELTA PI
"To bind men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles, with a
bond lasting as humanity and as strong as right itself; to know no south, no north, no east, no
west, but to know man as man, to teach that true men the world over should stand together."
-Otis Allan Glazebrook-
(a founding father of ATOj
April 28, 1968 marked the start of the Eya Epsilon chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
Since its founding the ATO has steadily maintained spirit and leadership at UNLV as well as being
an active participant in community activities. The image of ATO has never been so true as
ATO's today are striving for scholarship and excellence never projected by the founding fathers.
ATO is and always will be a strong voice and model of brotherhood for all at UNLV.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
ATO membership: Piere Arsenau, Chris Armstrong, Jeff Barta, Bill Botos, Rudy Bruel, Dave Calavieri, Joe Claro, Bob Compman,
Steve Compman, P.J. Conte, Steve Crawford, Dave Curtis, Gary Danner, Harry Dobson, Erich Esswein, Martin Flynn, Jon
Galane, Bob Hannigan, Mark Hecht, Ross Huebner, Joe Lamancusa, Craig Lassoff, Phil Macy, Rick Malm, Jim Marion, Greg
Mckinley, Kevin Mckinley, Mike Mckinley, Rob Nielsen, Mike Prickett, Randy Petrafeso, Dale Pittman, Greg Priest, Rick
Scarrone, Ken Selby, Chip Smith, Bob Stamper, Buck Steel, Warren Stiff, Scott Thomas, Mike Verchick, Mike White.
The twenty-nine member Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity promotes protessional business activities and
interests at UNLV. Being an active fraternity nationally since 1904, and an active organized
chapter at UNLV since 1966, the AKP fraternity continues to be the oldest and largest fraternity
in the United States.
The 79-80 officers are; President Martha Baos, Vice-president for Pledge Instruction Larry
McFadden, Vice-president for Professional Activity Rose Gunthorpe, Secretary Annette DeFlullo
and Treasurer Jon Pencikowski.
The Anti-woodyism movement was born one afternoon in 1976 B.W. (before Woodyism)
and then again in 1979. The goal of the organization is to cut the military budget by
100%. Three basic requirements exist for this well-structured organization: 1) you most
subscribe to at least one unorthodox publication, 2) have toppled two or more foreign
governments, 3) invent a sexual aid, Anti-woodyism consists of a central committee
which is an autonomous anarchosyndicalist collective. The advisor of this group is Karl
The UNLV cheerleaders perform at sports events
throughout the year. The captains for the 1978-80 year
are Derrek Yelton and Kim McKamy. Presently there are
sixteen members of the cheerleading squad; Derrek
Yelton, Dale Hulen, Bo Howard, Brad Sawyer, Greg Lewis,
Hugh Dupree, Glenn Nusbaum, Charles Mack, Kim
McKamy, Chris Oda, Heidi Nickum, Iris Jordan, Jackie Hall,
Kathy VanCompernolle, Chi Lee, Monica Turner.
The cheerleaders play an important part in promoting
much of the spirit at UNLV. Besides performing at games,
the cheerleaders attend many community oriented events
to show UNLV's appreciation for the support they receive.
friS,d?h!n Meim£,?h-lV en"ches C?"19e li,e socially and sch°lastically and unites its members in
maSrtn n nvlr re?lulreme"ts ,his maintain a 2.0 average, 3) must be 21 or olsdoerro, rity are; 1) at least ten credits carried, 2) must
bheenD?hP iSS'l "l1902 and established °n the UNLV campus in 1968 and has
the deSrlSg ofTte Home^m°S^and 'OCa"V' Am°n9 thS m°ny aC,iVi,ieS °',he sorori,y is
nrp'SSn?^nhH PS|°H rityTare; Prensident DeAnn Thurpen, Vice-president Melanie Bailey, Vice-
Glenda Fidler^ Pledge Trainer< patti Hibbetts, Treasurer Carol Tarpley and Recording Secretary
Pictured: Left, Rich
Rizzo and the Hotel
Banana. Top Right,
Hotel President, Tom
Queen Jana Buttler
of Hotel Association.
"A better college, a better industry, a better tomorrow" sums up the attitude of the 300
member of the Hotel Association. This organization is for people who appreciate learning and
enjoy getting along with people of a mutual interest. The Hotel Association began in 1968 with
approximately 40 members and has grown steadily ever since.
Although there are no specific requirements, there are four classifications of membership; Hotel
Majors, Non-hotel Majors, Professional Members and Honorary Members.
The officers for the 79-80 year are President Tom Scaramellino, Vice-president Nacho Trillo,
Treasurer Margarite Ambrosio, Corresponding Secretary Virginia Jeppson, Recording Secretary
ihe lumber®SaaSZlS,riVTK° Pr0m°te the ,ratemi,y on camP«-
years members nr^ AirS TmUS^ a natlona,|y recognized, social fraternity. This
Chi, and Sigma Nu P U mepa Kappa Alpha Psl Kappa Si8ma Si9™
Wce0prSdyn7MkePUamhyear, ar® ?tmdent Donald Soderberg from Sigma Chi,
Ahd^Sary ' Tre°5Urer Bi" Can,°neSe fr°m ™ W
global understanding6of huma^cufure'world br°ad®'cu,tural outlook and gain a more
during the fail semester of 1979 by Rosa Guardn^ts p@ 'ntercultur°' society was formed
sharing our culture with other npnnb r,? k ^ 1 PurPose was to serve as a forum for
seventh membersto appoximateK inn Th@ S°Ciety has grown from about
approximately 100 members consisting of both students and faculty.
The Kappa Alpha chapter of the Kappa Sigma International Fraternity promotes brotherhood and
provides a basis for the advancement of that brotherhood both socially and academically.
Requirements for this fraternity include being registered as a full-time student and maintain a cumulative
G.P.A. above 2.0 Kappa Sigma was founded in Virginia in 1869 and has grown to be one of the largest
in the world today. Fraternities Membership includes President Eric Benson, Vice-president Don Scott,
Treasurer William Catanese, Secretary Mike Molony, Grand Master of Ceremonies Lonnie Barnett, Gary
Wood, Leon Levitt, Tom Keller, Darrell Ror, Robert White, Ralph Scoccimaro, Ted Baxter, Randy Gilliland,
Don Granger, Dave Kenneth, Mark Leon, John Pfiffer, Ken Holt, Jeff DeLuce, Mark Brown, Jim Kennedy,
David Bozarth, John Nech, Al Ludwig, Mike Mann. Kappa Sigma Little Sisters: Bobby Smith, Mary Molony,
Sue Grunert, Kathy Shoemaker. 2nd: Debbie Wilson, Holly Cabana, Teri McKinnon, Kathy Mevios, Sherri
Marr, Dawn Daleo, Terri Tury.
KAPPA ALPHA PSI
The Main Function of O.J.'s diners is to promote good will and brotherly love among the UNLV
students and the community.
"We believe as Diners that a strong mind is a strong body and that the mind is the temple of
the soul." The Diners consist of 30 members, 15 active, 10 honorary and 5 non-active members.
Members of the 79-80 Diners are: Stan "O.J." Armstrong, Chris Ward, Mike Flalverson, Halime
Takagi, Jim Moran, Jeff Wilde, Bruce McLaughlin, Peter Fanara, K.K. Holmes. Two additional
members are Linda Ronstadt (godess of love), and Harry Shipiro.
Top left and right: Physical Science students work on lab
Bottom left: Panhellenic members Patti Hibbetts, Sandy Williams and Marionn Benne-
Bottom right: Panhellenic President Patti Hibbetts,
Pi Sigma Alpha: row 1: Dale Hulen, Susanna Reyes, Tamera Schacher, Ann Wild, Dr. Bigler Row 2:
Wayne Nippe, John Rafferty, Jay Powell, Bruce Groff Not Pictured: Elaine Mendonca
Pre-law Association: Row 1- Phil Yamoto, Patti Rutledge. Row 2- Mitch Ogron, Tom Armstrong,
Peter Vidal, Corrine Blackette Row 3- Roberta Williams, lise Wyman, Jolynn Lauten, Lisa Miller Row
4- Russell Harvey, Jeff Walker, Pat Papaianni, Keith Marcher
The resident student association plans activities and represents the dorm students of UNLV. The
only requirement for this association is that you be a dorm resident. There are 243 members of
the association this year with Howard Reign as president, Annie Cerstvick as vice-president and
Valery Moses as the association secretary. Some of the activities that the association held
included a talent show, bowling party, skating party, and a Guiness Book of World Records Day.
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Front row: Mike McLaurin, Jeff Solomon, Jay Lipman, Mike Downey. 2nd:
Dennis McGary, Mike West, Scott Hanlon, Jim Collins, Tim McGary, Hank
Moore, Greg Lewis, Lee Drizin, Derrek Yelton, Barry Oaks. 3rd: Nick Satoro,
Ron Chandler, Jay Matlock, Stewart Austen, Joe Crupi. 4th: Ron Castillo,
Bruce Groff, Danny Campbell, Mike Regan, Dirk Ravenholt, Jeff Skoll, Chuck
Sigma Nu Little Sisters, Front row: Kelly Tuckman, Keri Amundsen,
Lori Kanton. 2nd: Cathy Powell, Lise Wyman, Laura Sussman,
Sue Hall, Dena Reed, Marie McDonnall, Toni Arcadapaine,
The Sigma Nu Fraternity is a social organization which stresses honor among men
and brotherhood, The only requirement for this fraternity is that you be a
University of Nevada, Las Vegas student. Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia
Military Institute on January 1, 1879. Sigma Nu is a fraternity based on love, truth
and honor. Flonor is the belief fhaf all Sigma Nu musf adhear.
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S°,ea LiS° M°"Ca,i' AA'°n Mancusa KO,hy «•*Cindy "** ** Bailey. Rick
4th; Jim McKinney, Mark Morris, John Saycich, Jim Thomason, Jim Luce.
UNLV's Flag Corps perform while Sherman Bennett
entertains the crowd through song. Mr. Bennett
lead the Star Spangled Banner at the football
Silver Stars Drill Team
I NLV Chamber Singers & Chorus
1980 Alumni Association Board of Directors (sitting left to right) Somer Hollingsworth, Bryan Metcalf, Alberta Stern, Rochelle
Berkley, Chris Beecroft, Bill Terry, Bruce Layne. Standing: Fred Albrecht, Tom Hamilton, Joe King, Don Dunn, Seymore Brown,
Robert Brinton, Scott Johnson, Dan Russell, Nick Dryden. Not Pictured: Jim Cook, Nancy Galyean, Frank Lendini.
In March, 1978, the Nevada Board
of Regents selected Dr, Donald H.
Baepler, UNLV's third president, as
Chancellor of the entire University
System, He came to the top
administrative post after four years
as UNLV president, five years as
academic vice-president and two
terms as the institution's acting
A biologist by profession, Dr. Baepler
has maintained an active
participation in the sciences,
teaching at least one class each
semester while carrying out his
many administrative duties.
Born in Edmonton, Canada, the 43-
year-old administrator earned his
graduate degrees at the University
of Oklahoma and a bachlelor's
diploma from Carleton College in
Northfield, Minn. He is an officer and
member of a number of
professional associations and honor
Leonard Edwin Goodall assumed
office as the fourth president of the
University of Nevada, Las Vegas on
July 16, 1979. With an administrative
background at three urban
universities, he is especially suited to
the task of shaping UNLV's future.
Dr. Goodall comes to Las Vegas
from the Midwest where he served
for eight distinguished years as
Chancellor of the University of
A specialist in the field of urban
politics, Dr. Goodall received his
bachelor of arts degree in social
science from Central Missouri State
College in 1958.
He has written numerous
monographs and articles in scholarly
journals in addition to 3 text books.
Brock Dixon-Educational |Services
The College of Allied Health Professions offers
associate of science, associate of arts and
bachelor of science degrees, with course
work stressing application of theory,
professional and general education studies.
Associate degrees are offered in nursing,
medical assistantship and radiologic
technology. Bachelor's degrees are offered
in radiologic technology and nursing.
ARTS AND LETTERS
The College of Arts and Letters comprises
the liberal arts core of the university. Its
fifteen disciplines in the humanities, social
sciences and arts range from music to social
work, philosophy to ethnic studies, criminal
justice to art.
The college offers both bachelor of arts and
master of arts degrees in an attempt to
prepare students in a wide variety of
academic offerings. Arts and letters
endeavors to contribute to the enrichment
of the entire campus.
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
The College of Business and Economics here
at UNLV is noted for its qualified faculty and
academic excellence. It is one of the fastest
growing colleges on campus and has a
highly favorable image in the business
The college offers the Bachelor of Science in
Business Administration with majors in
accounting, economics, finance,
management and marketing. A Bachelor of
Arts in Economics is also available. There are
two graduate programs, the Master of
Business Administration and the Master of
Arts in Economics.
The College of Education's main purpose is
to turn promising students into professional
teachers by providing a strong background
in academic areas and developing the
pedagogical skills to perform as intelligent,
capable educators and citizens.
Four-year programs are offered in
elementary, secondary, vocational and
special education, with courses leading
students toward bachelor's and master's
degrees. The college's programs also lead
toward teacher certification.
The College of Hotel Administration is one of
the fastest growing colleges on campus. It is
well staffed, and well organized. The
students come from throughout the world to
study the management of hotel
establishments. Education comes through first
hand experience in all the tourist related
industries offered in the "Entertainment
Capitol of the World."
Along with many local professors who share
their expertise in the tourist industry, one of
the major objectives of the college is
placement, which is very high amon UNLV
graduates. They are spread throughout the
world. UNLV's Hotel college offers a solid
background in sales, food and beverage,
tourism, casino operations, hotel
management and other related
The College of Science, Math and
Engineering offers a variety of survey courses
to provide the student a basic overview of
the important roles science and technology
in Western civilization.
Major curricula lead to bachelor's and
master's degrees, affording a close look at
the accumulated knowledge of a particular
The largest of the six colleges at UNLV is the
Hotel College UNLV's Hotel program is considered
one of the best in the United States. Because of
the uniqueness of the Las Vegas area, the
college draws heavily on the community for
As one hotel major said "one reason I came to
UNL V was because of the contact you make
with the important people in the business."
Carla Berg Management
"With gambling starting back east, I
figured a hotel degree from UNL V will
give me the inside track in getting a
job when I go back home." "I came
to UNL V because I heard about the
hotel program and I wanted to go
some place where there is nicer
The business college at UNLV is one of
the fastest growing colleges on campus.
The college offers degrees in Business
Administration, and Economics with
majors in Accounting, Economics,
Finance, Management and Marketing. It
is noted for its qualified faculty and
academic excellence. One graduate
said, "/ came to UNLV because I could
get a background in computers with
out majoring in it."
"At UNLV I've learned everything
about hotel administration from
entertainment to security. I liked
the community involvement with
the college especially the guest
lectures. I don't think any other
college has a better hotel
Phys;cal Ed. iDennis Waifkit Chui
"I came to UNLV because I wanted to specialize in the entertainment area
of Hotel. UNLV was one of the few places that offered an excellent
program in both fields."
UNLV is one of a handful of schools that has been invited to the American
College Theater Festival for three consecutive years and has come home a
"/ felt because of the unique
entertainment situation in Las Vegas,
theater art students at UNL V would be
able to work with some of the best
performers in the United States; and
that's why I came here."
Ed. Recreation ,
Marketing is a major offered at the
College of Business and Economics. The
program deals with the activities
facilitating the exchange of products and
services. It includes everything from the
study of buyer behavior to the promotion
and selling of goods. Majors are trained to
be sales manager, advertisers, market
researchers, retailers and general
"/ picked marketing as a major because it
was a flexible field. I have a good basic
background in any field of marketing,
which gives me a lot of job opportunities.
Especially in a growing industrial area like
Not Just P.E.
The Department of Physical Education at
UNLV offers specialization in five areas;
recreation, athletic training, health general
physical education and dance. Because
UNLV students are expected to master at
least 12 sports they leave UNLV with a broad
sports background. Attending a nationally
recognized dance program in the
entertainment capital of the world is an
advantage for anyone considering being a
The social work program at UNLV is growing
quickly. The Bachelor of Arts in Social work is
an active field oriented program in which the
student actually works with a social service
"/ liked being able to work with a social
agency in the beginning of the course work.
That way if I didn't like the work I didn't waste
my time taking a lot of specialized classes."
The Elementary Education program, like the
social work program, believes in having the
student get actual working experience
immediately so they can decide whether or
not they like the job. Although there are more
Elementary Education graduates than jobs, the
job market in Las Vegas is good.
As one student said, "The main reason I came
to UNL V is the rapid growth of the Clark
County school system. If you do really well in
your student teaching you have a good
chance of getting a teaching job in Vegas."
"History majors can be more than a teacher.
An undergraduate major in history is a
traditional major for lawyers. Another area
for history majors is the restoration and
preservation of historical sites."
History at UNLV isn't a dead science; it's as
current as this morning's headlines and
Joseph Gold German
With the world becoming smaller
everyday knowing a foreign language
has become a valuable asset in the
job market. Because of the foreign
interest in Las Vegas UNLV is an
excellent college in which to major in
a foreign language. Students often
translate for foreign-speaking
conventioneers. Many graduates work
at the large resort hotel as
interpreters. Languages are a growing
field; as one student said, "As the
world gets smaller the language field
Ken Harris -
Bruce Hedahl David Hetzel
James Heimberg Gerard Henderson
The Three R's
English majors do more than teach. The
ability to write and communicate effectively
is one of the most marketable skills in todays
business world. Because of the small number
of English majors at UNLV there is a closeness
between students and professors. There is
more individual instruction and student
participation due to the smaller classes.
'Because of the small classes you're able to
orogress at your own rate. This was why I
chose UNL V/ over larger universities."
Although the job market for psychology
majors is competitive the opportunities vary
with the area of speciality. At UNLV the
undergraduate program provides a
balanced and broad background for
' The best thing about UNL V's program is the
closeness between the students and
High School has come a long way
from proms, cruising and Friday night
"Today's Secondary Education majors
are directing and shaping minds and
ambitions. With the rapid increase in
social pressures and problems
teachers do more than teach, they
are also counselors and friends."
"I'm majoring in Political Science at
UNL V because of the varied internship
program. I was able to get partial
experience in a lot of areas so it was
easier to decide on a specialty."
J.A "Skip" Kelley
Julius Kazen Communications
Nadeen Johnson Communications
Thamas Jones IV
"/ selected special education as a
major because I want to help people to
need me. Although the money isn't that
good the personal satisfaction of
helping is enough."
Joyce Knowles Hotel
"Radiologic Technology is a new and ever
broadening field. UNL V's program offers a wide
range of career options. Because of the low
student teacher ratio UNL V offers a more
individualized and personal program."
Pioneer Field "Peak Experience"
7 came to UNLV because of the informal
atmosphere. You showed the instructors what
you could do and they help you improve it.
The equipment is excellent. What helped me
most was studying up at the Angel's Peak
Station with a guest instructor."
Criminal Justice William Lin
Hotel Janet Lindeman
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UNLV offers AA and BA programs in
nursing. There are 14 full time
instructors and the program is
growing. Today's nurses engage in a
ever widening spectrum of activities.
"A nurse must be competent,
intelligent caring and courageous.
They must have a strong desire to
help people. That's why I chose
nursing as a career."
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HIS IS UNLV
A Break From Classes
T 3 Moyer Student Union is the
b st known building on
c npus. It contains the snack
b r, deli, bookstore, and
s^ dent government.
' he Union is where you go to
n lax and have fun."
go to the Union because
t at's where everyone else is.
like the Union because
mething is always
Jeri-O'Bannon Special Ed. Tas Panos
Physical Ed. Political Science Gregory Priest
Terry Lee Quinalty
Teddy Sue Pederson
David Robert Donald Robertson Terry Robertson Frank Rosaschi III
Hotel Hotel Recreation Hotel
"The major reason I came to UNLV was I felt a
hotel degree from here would give me an
advantage when I went out into the job
Because of the unique location of UNLV it
attracks a majority of Hotel majors. UNLV has a
nationwide reputation as one of the best Hotel
colleges in the United States.
7 came to UNLV because I had heard about
the hotel program and I felt because of Las
Vegas's growing tourist trade by the time I
graduated there would be a job available."
"Majoring in dance at UNLV gives
you a great advantage. Because
of Las Vegas's entertainment
image a degree from UNL V has
added prestige also there are a
lot of opportunities here for
The physical Education at UNLV
offers a diverse course of study. A
degree from UNLV affords the
graduate opportunities from helping
through physical therapy to setting
up community recreation centers.
"To major in Physical Education you
don't have to be a jock or end up
teaching P.E. It is a wide open field,
with an array of specialities."
"/ came to UNLV to major in
Engineering because of its
100% graduate placement
rate. Also Las Vegas has a
growing need for engineers so
the job market here is good."
"I'm studying Biology at UNLV
because of the unique desert
environment around Las Vegas.
Also I like the practical
experience we get when
working with the fish and game
departments around the area."
istory • History
M I S
The study of Theater Arts at UNLV contains: history,
costuming, dance, directing, criticism, anaylis, scenic
design, make-up, children's drama, the classics and
contemporary, As chairman Bob Burgan said,
"Our program offers opporfunifies for greafer in depth
education and involvement so that the students are not
lost in a huge theater production factory."
"I came here because a degree basically In
entertainment, from the entertainment capital of the
world gives you a big advantage, and it looks good on
• Hajime Takagi James Templeton Mora Templin Scott Thomas
Business Economics Political Science Psychology Accounting
"/ came to UNLV because of the weather and the
atmosphere. It is a really casual relaxed campus. It is
more friendly then a huge college. I also liked the
weather. There really aren't any extreme climates unless
you stay for the summer session."
7 ame to UNLV because
it as one of the finest
fc Uties available for
si lying live animals. Also
it as one of the best
rt ords in the country for
p cing professional
s tents in veternary
Si ool and I want to be a
Communications Pamela Thome
Psychology Peggie Thorn
Richard Trenkle Robert Trimmer
Michael Verchick Michael White
"UNL V is growing in size and in academic
reputation. A degree from UNLV is growing in
respect from the business community."
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As more and more UNLV graduates enter the
job market UNLV's reputation for academic
excellence will grow. We'll be known for our
contribufion to business as well as athletics.
James Buchan< Lily Fong
rA '4 We are the coming of a new age, a
new decade, a new lifestle. Behind us
we leave the books, professors and
research papers! Ahead lies the
prospect of the future, and the hope
that our education will guide us
through life. Good luck to the Class of
Dean Barnett, #84, TE, 215, 6-2,
Sr., 21, La Habra, CA., Fullerton
Jr. College, led '78 season in receiving
with 15 catches for 195
yards "This will be the best year
of my life."
Doug Smith, #40, LB, 226, 6-2,
Sr., 22, Covina, CA. Three year
letterman. Fifth season as starting
linebacker. Economics major.
Pat Cason, #44, 174, 5-11, Sr.,
Las Vegas, Nev., "My experience
as a quarterback helps
me anticipate what's going to
happen." "Once I started the
commitment, i was not going
Leon Walker #21, 187,5-10, Sr.,
Omaha, Nebraska, Another Rebel
Runner for the NFL. "Lie's
able to play with the "Big
Boys." "It's not easy, but I love
Ron Crews, #98, 6-3, Sr., Colombia,
Missouri, "The one-man
wrecking crew." '79 All American
Candidate. "Fans will know
Ron is a player with pride."
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UNLV The Record (9-1.2) Opp
Cal State, Fullerton
Univ. of Nevada-Reno
U. Of Texas, El Paso
University of Hawaii
U. of Norfhern Colorado
Univ. of New Mexico
University of Utah
University of Wyoming
Fresno State University
Tennessee State University
Colorado State University
Ten records fell and two more were tied as the
1979 UNLV Rebel football team completed its
second season as a major college team with a
9-1-2 record. Veteran head coach Tony Khap
completed his 16th season as a college head
coach with a 130-43-4 record, which includes a
four-year total at UNLV of 34-10-2.
UNLV's exciting season came to an abrupt end
with two consecutive ties, 21-21 against
Colorado State and 24-24 against Lamar
University only the second and third ties in* the 12-
year history of football at UNLV.
The explosive Rebels set six team records for
most yards gained per game (472.21), most
plays per game (79.8), most touchdown passes
per game (2.1), most consecutive games without
a tie (91 —UNR 1971 through Tennessee State
1979), most tie games in a season (2) and
highest scoring tie game (24-24 against Lamar).
UNLV also was ranked in the top 20 in the nation
in each of the four offensive catgories. The
Rebels were third in the nation in total offense,
11th in passing offense, 16th in rushing offense
and 13th in scoring offense. UNLV was the only
team in the nation to end up ranked in the top
20 in each of those four catgories.
Individually, sophomore running back Michael
Morton ied the Rebels in scoring and rushing. King
and Gentry were tops in passing, Greene and
Robert Cobb were the leaders in receiving, Cobb
led in punt returns, freshman Keyvan Jenkins in
kickoff returns and Lowry in pass interceptions.
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Morton scored It touchdowns for 66 total points
with eight on rushes and three on pass
receptions. The speedster carried the ball 143
times for 881 net yards and a 6,2 per carry
average, Senior fullback Leon Walker was
second with 612 net yards and senior fullback
Brett Davis was third with 562 net yards,
King and Gentry proved to be a great
quarterback-duo. Both of them sat out one
game, and split the rest of the time, making their
stats that much more incredible. King completed
103 of 188 passes with 10 interceptions for a ,538
percentage, 1,594 yards and 12 touchdowns.
He also rushed 54 times for 64 net yards and five
touchdowns. Gentry completed 60 of 134 passes
with five n exceptions for a .448 percentage,
I,031 net Is and 13 touchdowns. He also
rushed 92 ti res for 254 net yards and seven
touchdow ; He also rushed 92 times for 254 net
yards and seven touchdowns, Both will return for
Greene led the Rebel receivers with 40 catches
for 821 yards/a 20,5 per catch average, and
nine touchdowns. Greene also carried the ball 12
times on reverse plays for 142 net yards and an
II.8 per carry average.
Cobb, also just a junior, caught 26 passes for 376
net yards, a 14,5 average and three
touchdowns. Senior tight end Dean Barnett was
third in receiving with 23 catches for 397 net
yards, a 17.3 per catch average and one
1979 UNLV REBELS with the Fremont Cannon
FRONT ROW: Head Coach Tony Knap, assistants: Greg Van Ness, Rex Bell, Doug Johnson, Les Trapps, Greg Newhouse, Karl
Riley, Eric Anderson, Tom Cruickshank, Bob Rather, John Lowry, Doug Filan, Rich Abajian, Brian Harris, Steve Buratto, Roy
Shivers, and Scott Schuhmann.
SECOND ROW: Sam King, Artis Carhee, Admiral Dewey Larry, Cameron Holloway, Jimmy Tucker, Norwood Germany, Robbin
McLaurin, Larry Gentry, Keith Reardon, Isaac Hawkins, Mark Hayes, Bob Lowry, Mark Gabrisch, Allyn Reynolds, Ken Rose,
Charles Jarvis, Keith Slack and Bobby Batton.
THIRD ROW: Leon Walker, Keyvan Jenkins, Michael Morton, Jim Gaetano, Rod Goosby, Floyd Raglin, Henry Thorns, Steve Van
Ness, Allan Tomlinson, Richard Jackson, Jessie Graham, Lloyd Henderson, Thumper White, Jim Rodrigues, Bryan Human,
Brett Davis, Bill Purcell and George Sherwood.
FOURTH ROW: Doug Smith, Norm Bittner, Sam Greene, Billy Hilliker, Pat Cason, Joe Maher, Todd Peterson, Mike Johnson,
Aveion Riggs, Jerry Huggins, Ed Bradley, Bubba Mattinson, Steve Robertson, Dennis Luppens, Darrell Granger, Jack Concannon,
Steve Schreiner and Jordan Phee.
FIFTH ROW: Keith Lageson, Mark Sharp, John Joe, Tim Hart, Jeff Stewart, Eric Killibrew, Sao Vaefaga, Sean Sloan, Dave
Jones, Dennis Opsal, Byron Starks, Mark Novosel, Dan McQuaid, Marshall Patton, Delroy Shigematsu, Bill Kunz, and Dean
SIXTH ROW: Mark Moiseyev, Cascade Cooley, Charles Cain, Art Plunkett, Darall Hambrick, Gary Eversole, Jeff Justice, Russ
Strecker, Dean Barnett, Jay Concannon, Lance Cooper, Robert Cobb, Van Andrews, Mike Jacobs, Craig Silverman, Julius Funches,
Dan Jones, and Jeff Speck.
SEVENTH ROW: Trainers: Greg Suits, Dave Yugo, Vickie Paulus, Dale Rudd (Head Trainer); Jason Alikpala, Shawn Bigham,
Tony Murphy, Doug Goethe, Todd Liebenstein, Phil O'Neil, Ron Crews, and Mike Nelson.
touchdown. Tight end Lance Cooper was fourth in
receiving with 17 catches for 170 net yards, a 10.0
average and two touchdowns and Morton caught 16
for 242 yards, a 15.1 average and three
There were 23 seniors on the Rebel team, 13 of
which started in the final game against Lamar
University, and although they will be missed,
especially on defense, UNLV has a host of talented
young players who will fill their space next" season.
UNLV also set new attendance records, as 265,719
fans saw the 12 Rebel games for a season average
of 22,143 per contest.
The "Comeback Kids," as they were called, had to
come from behind in six of their victories before the
two ties at the end of the season.
In the Silver Bowl's seven home games, a record
159,645 fans came out for a record average of
22,806 per game.
UNLV 1979 Alphabetical Roster
No. Name Poa Hgt Wgt CI Age Hometown No Name Pos Hgt Wgt CI Age Hometown
88 Vann Andrews* TE 6-3'/: 195 SO 19 Pomona, CA 96 Todd Liebenstein* DE 6-6 '/i 212 SO 19 Las Vegas (Valley)
84 Dean Barnett* TE 6-2 215 SR 21 LaHabra, CA 14 Bob Lowry** DB 6-3 186 JR 22 Lancaster, CA
20 Bobby Batton* RB 5-11 188 SR 22 San Francisco, CA 53 Dennis Luppens* C 6-0'/i 215 SR 21 Huntington Beach, CA
41 Norm Bittner* LB 6-0 215 SO 20 Antioch, CA 45 Joe Maher* LB 6-1 207 JR 20 Lancaster, CA
51 Ed Bradley** C 5-11 219 SR 22 Warrenville, IL 51 Bubba Mattinson LB 6-2 205 FR 19 Houston, TX
85 Alonzo Brooks DE 6-1 215 JR 21 No. Las Vegas (Rancho) 9 Robbin McLaurin DB 6-0 170 JR 21 Pasadena, CA
78 Charles Cain OG 6-4 260 FR 18 Los Angeles, CA 95 Russell McNeil DT 6-0 217 FR 19 Banning, CA
3 Artis Carhee RB 5-8'/! 179 JR 21 Los Angeles, CA 71 Dan McQuaid OT FR
6-6 225 19 Clarksburg, CA
44 DB 5-11 174 SR 21 Las Vegas (Clark) 76 Mark Moiseyev*
OG 6-1'/i 233 SR 21 Encino, CA
87 Robert Cobb* WR 5-9 180 JR 20 N. Las Vegas (Ranchol
23 Michael Morton* 5-7 171 19 Inglewood, CA
55 C 6-2 226 SR 22 Hayward, CA 99 Mike Nelson* LB SR
6-2 219 21 Riverside, CA
86 TE 6-3 208 JR 22 Clovis, CA 71 Mark Novosel* OT
6-2'/i 237 SR 21 Euclid, OH
63 Greg Corpodian LB 6-0 224 JR 21 Canoga Park. CA 97 Phil O'Neil* DT 6-3'/! 242 SO 19 Council Bluffs, IO
98 Ron Crews* DE 6-3 232 SR 23 Columbia. MO 68 Dennis Opsal** OG SR
6-2 216 21 Antioch, CA
37 Brett Davis* FB 5-11 205 SR 22 Los Angeles, CA 72 Marshall Patton OT 6-4 250 JR 21 Casper, WY
81 Gary Eversole** DT 6-3 'A 242 ST 22 Las Vegas (Chaparral) 46 Todd Peterson DB 6-0 175 JR 20 Placentia, CA
75 Dean Friedli** OT 6-3'/« 235 JR 21 Concord, CA 57 Jordan Phee** C 6-3 233 JR 21 Las Vegas (Chaparral)
91 Juiuis Funches DT 6-0 '/2 245 SO 19 Las Vegas (Bonanza) 79 Art Plunkett OT 6-7'/i 257 JR 20 Salt Lake City, UT
11 Mark Gabrisch QB 5-11 175 FR 19 Houston, TX 38 Bill Purcell WR 5-11 170 FR 18 Houston, TX
24 Jim Gaetano** K 5-10 175 SR 23 Spokane, WA 27 Floyd Raglin RB 5-8 175 FR 18 Alton, IL
10 Larry Gentry* QB 6-1'/i 182 JR 21 Westminister, CO 34 Keith Reardon K 5-11 180 JR 20 Walla Walla, WA
8 Norwood Germany DB 6-0 185 JR 22 Denver, CO 16 Allyn Reynolds QB 6-1 183 SO 20 Buhl, ID
26 Rod Goosby WR 6-2 185 JR 22 Los Angeles, CA 48 Aveion Riggs LB 6-3 208 FR 18 Las Vegas (Clark)
42 Sam Greene* WR 6-1 185 JR 20 Santa Barbara, CA 52 Steven Robertson MLB 6-2 225 FR 19 Santa Cruz, CA
80 Darral Hambrick WR 6-3 208 FR 18 Los Angeles, CA 35 Jim Rodriguez DB 5-10 180 FR 18 Key West, FL
61 Tim Hart* OG 6-2 238 SR 22 San Diego, CA 17 Ken Rose DB 6-2 185 FR 18 Sacramento, CA
13 Mark Hayes DB 5-10 175 FR 18 Houston, TX 56 Steve Schreiner LB 6-0 220 FR 19 Houston, TX
33 Lloyd Henderson FB 5-10 200 FR 18 Inglewood, CA 39 George Sherwood** LB 6-0 218 JR 21 Las Vegas (Western)
43 Bill Hilliker WR 5-10 180 JR 19 Lancaster, CA 73 Delroy Shigematsu** OT 6-4 236 JR 20 Kauai, HA
5 Cameron Holloway WR 6-4 181 SO 19 Inglewood, CA 90 Craig Silverman*** DT 6-3 244 SR 21 LaMirada, CA
49 Jerry Huggins LB 6-2 W188 FR 19 Missourla, MT 19 Keith Slack DB 5-11 185 FR 18 Los Angeles, CA
36 Bryan Human DB 6-0'A 186 SO 19 Jerome, ID 65 Sean Sloan OG 6-5 215 FR 18 Orange, CA
31 Richard Jackson DB 6-3 185 JR 20 Las Vegas (Western) 40 Doug Smith*** LB 6-2'/! 226 SR 22 Covina, CA
89 Mike Jacobs* LB 6-4 205 SR 23 Las Vegas (Valley) 93 JeffSpek TE 6-4 212 FR 19 Orange, CA
18 Charles Jarvis DB 6-0'/! 191 SO 20 Barstow, CA 62 Jeff Stewart OG 6-6 250 JR 20 Tarkia, MO
22 Keyvan Jenkins RB 5-10 180 FR 18 Venice, CA 83 Russ Strecker*** DE 6-4 226 SR 22 Englewood, CO
60 John Joe LB 6-3 236 SO 24 Oakland, CA 28 Henry Thorns WR 5-5 165 FR 19 Las Vegas (Clark)
47 Mike Johnson* MLB 6-01/2 214 SO 20 Pittsburg, CA 30 Allan Tomlinson* DB 5-11 169 SO 20 Lancaster, CA
92 Danny Jones** DT 6-4 261 SR 21 Antioch, CA 6 Jimmy Tucker WR 6-0 186 SR 21 Los Angeles, CA
67 Dave Jones* OG 6-3 231 JR 21 Antioch, CA 64 Sao Vaefaga** DE 6-2'/! 239 SR 22 Honolulu, HA
82 Jeff Justice* DE 6-3'/! 210 SO 19 Las Vegas (Clark) 29 Steve Van Ness DB 5-11 194 JR 21 Santa Barbara, CA
1 Sam King QB 6-3 195 JR 19 Los Angeles, CA 21 Leon Walker* FB 5-10 187 SR 21 Omaha. NB
74 Bill Kunz OT 6-5 280 SO 19 St. Louis, MO 34 Thumper White DB 5-10 163 JR 21 Pasadena, CA
4 Admiral Dewey Larry WR 6-0 192 JR 21 Omaha, NB 66 Alphonso Williams*** MLB 6-0'/! 225 SR 23 Wilmington, CA
25 Tony Williams* DB 5-11 176 SR 21 Richmond, CA
•INDICATES LETTERS EARNED
Lady Rebels Volleyball Team
Front row, left to right assistant coach Patti Savage, Michelle Kapana, Shannon Smitn, Tami Pool Linda
Chavez, Wanda Cortes, Krista Jenkins, Head Coach Gene Borda. Second row: Laura Campbell Kathv
Tappe, Margie Himmelberg, Theresa Jackson, Kelly Dick, Yatska Aldarondo
JNLV Lady Rebel's Volleyball team finished their season with a 12-9-1 record. Reflecting on the
season, first-year coach Gena Borda noted, "In all, this was a very good season. We played
some very good Division I schools such as UTEP and Utah, and we came very close to beating
"Everybody learned a little bit about each other," continued Borda. "We were all new when we
started the season, and we had to learn to play with each other."
Most consistent players for the year were Wanda Cortes and Kelly Dick. The most improved
players were Laura Campbell and Yatska Aldarondo. These players added a special touch to
the team effort.
As a team, the Lady Rebel's finished with percentages of 68 (234-343) in blocks and 78 (691-
891) in hitting, while serving 174 aces against their opponents.
1979 UNLV Women's Cross Country Team
Kneeling, left to right: Dottie Meyers, June Bongirno, and Myrna Nearing, Standing, left to right: Head
Coach Al McDaniels, Pat Wade, Kathy Sjolie, Sue Sapper, and Coach Bonnie Rannald.
Women's Cross Country
Women's Cross Country Schedule
San Diego, CA
Fort Collins, CA
Los Angeles, CA
CSU Sacramento, CA
FSU Tallahassee, Fla
1979 UNLV Men's Cross Country Team
Kneeling, left to right: Randy Proby and Frank Plasso.
Standing, left to right: Head Coach Al McDaniels,
Dave Lynch, Mike Tomaso, and Coach Bonnie Rannald,
As usual, the UNLV fraternities
battled it out to be #1 in man- toman
football combat. This
competition took place through a
three-division intramural football
league the first weeks of school.
Brothers and pledges alike-teamed
up to defend their title and enjoy a
"friendly" game of football. While
spectators cheered for their
favorites, the teams displayed
sportsmanship and fair play in a
fight to the finish.
In the Armadillo division were the
Avengers, Motley Crew, O.J.'s
Diners, the No Names, Tonopah
Trojans, and the Sons of Sam. The
Platpus division consisted of
Bundy's Butchers, Stormin
Mormon's, Sigma Studs, What
Team and the Wild Bunch, Last but
not least, in the Horny Toad
Division were the Hotel Majors,
Kappa Sigma, Omega Psi Phi,
Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu.
Under v supervision of Intramural
Director Ray Corbett and codirectc.
Lynn Gurzinski, the UNLV
sororities :attle on the playing field
in powder puff football. Woman
against woman and sorority against
sorority, the girls strive to be the
champions. The weekend games
lead to a relaxing past time as
onlookers cheer for the female
demolition teams. Rugged, yet still
"beauty minded," the girls were
caught brushing their hair and
primping on the sidelines. "It's a
thrilling and beautiful sight to
watch, " commented one male
The six teams that participated in
this intramural sport were: Alpha
Delta Pi , captain Stephanie
Gilbertson; Delta Zeta, captain Patti
Hibbets; The Dormies, captain
Colleen Gannon; Hotels, captain
Jane Bongirno; Li'l Sigs, captain
Amy Ismari; and O.J.'s Dinettes
and their captain Paula Curry.
Mankato State Univ.
Univ. of Arizona
Univ. of Minnesota
Univ. of Cincinnati
Washington State Univ
Univ. of Washington
OPP UNL V Opponent
Colorado State Univ.
Univ. of Colorado
Ball State Univ.
Northern Arizona U.
San Jose University
Long Beach State Univ
Cal Poly SLO
Brigham Young Univ.
Closing out the season with a stunning 22-21
victory over the Brigham Young Cougars, the
UNLV Wrestlin' Rebels found themselves
preparing for the 1980 NCAA Western
Regionals, The Rebels, who finished out the
season with a 12-6 dual meet record, puiled
out what coach Finfrock calls "the most
satisfying victory of the year." Despite the fact
the Rebs forfeited matches at the 126 and 158
pound classes, the rebels fought back from a
21-4 defecit to clinch the dual meets.
It was an up-side-down season for the Rebels
that held many suprises that would not have
seemed possible at the outset of the season.
Opening the season with consecutive victories
over Mankato State Univ., Cal Lutheran
College, the Univ. of Arizona and Utah State
University, the Rebels four-game win streak
came to an abrupt end at the hands of
seventh ranked University of Minnesota.
Injury and illness plagued the UNLV grapplers
during the season as a rash of physical
setbacks left the Rebels all but helpless. When
it wasn't illness it was injury. "We weathered
the worst including three knee operations, a
broken ankle, and most recently a broken
arm." said Finfrock. Taking a final look at the
dual meets standings, Roger DeSart, the 118
pound sophomore sensation, leads the team in
a total points with 91.5. DeSart will have a
chance to improve on that mark in the future.
Behind DeSart is Heavyweight Ernie Velyton
with a 11-3 dual meet mark and a 19-8 overall
record which includes a team high nine pins.
"We've done some really good things this
year. We had a tough schedule that included
matches against nationally marked teams such
as San Jose State, University of Colorado and
Cal State SLO. Winning 67% of our matches is
very respectable for a young team.
No. Name Pos. Hgt.
1 Jim McKusick GK 6-1
1 Steve Richter GK 5-9
1 Gary Sepede GK 5-8
2 Russell Crew D 5-10
3 Tim McGarry D 5-8
4 Glen Tabor D 6-0
5 Murray Petersen D 6-0
6 Steve McClenachan MF 5-8
7 Glen Newbry MF 5-7
8 David Montoya MF 5-10
9 Ralph Lehtinen STR 5-11
10 Dave Cohen STR 5-9
11 Dennis Lauver D 5-9
12 John Romero MF 5-8
13 Steve Kahn MF 5-11
14 Rick Trujillo D 6-1
15 Rogef Tabor MF 6-1
16 Tom Lozzi MF 5-7
17 John Linton STR 5-8
18 Randy Fields D 5-10
19 Jim Barilla D 5-9
CI. Age Hometown
JR 21 Las Vegas
FR 18 Hewlett, NY
FR 19 Las Vegas
FR 18 Las Vegas
SO 19 Las Vegas
SO 19 Las Vegas
SR 20 Las Vegas
SR 22 Chester, Pa.
JR 20 Las Vegas
SR 20 Las Vegas
JR 20 Las Vegas
JR 21 Johannesburg, S. Africa
FR 18 Las Vegas
SR 21 - Las Vegas
SO 18 Las Vegas
SO 19 Las Vegas
JR 21 Las Vegas
FR 18 Las Vegas
FR 18 Las Vegas
FR 18 Las Vegas
FR 19 Las Vegas
1979 UNLV REBEL SOCCER TEAM- Front Row (left to right) Dave Montoya, Tom Lozzi, Glen Newbry, Dave Cohen, Tim McGarry John
Linton middle row, Dennis Lauver, Steve Cahn, Steve McClenachan, Ralph Lehtinen, John Romero, Randy Fields, Jim Berilla; back row', head
coach Vince Hart, Roger Tabor, Rick Trujillo, Steve Richter, Jim McKusick, Gary Sepede, Murray Petersen, Glen Tabor.
San Diego State University 4
Biola College 0
Cal State Fullerton 1
Westmont College 3
Chapman College 3
U.S. International College 4
U.C. Santa Barbara 3
Arizona State University 1
Long Beach State University 2
Simon Fraser University 6
University of San Francisco
Brigh'am Young University
Azusa Pacific College
Cal State Hayward
Fresno Pacific College
Seattle Pacific University
University of Nevada, Reno
Midwestern State University
The UNLV soccer team ended its regular season bowing
to defending Canadian NA1A champion, Simon Fraser
University 6-2, finishing the year with a 3-5 SCISA
conference record, and a 12-9 mark overall.
"It was a fairly successful year for us considering the
youth of our team, "commented coach Vince Hart ,
who in four years has led UNLV to a 46-28-2 record.
"We'll learn from this season and the players reflect
The Rebels, who were 10-2 midway through the season
and riding an eight game winning streak, won only two
of their last nine matches to finish three games above
the .500 mark. It was the second in a row that a losing
skid has wiped out any Rebel playoff hopes.
The high point of the season was the play of sophomore
Dave Cohen, a 5-9, 155 striker from Johannesburg, South
Africa. Cohen set the UNLV single season scoring mark of
25 goals in 21 games, surpassing the old record set by
Roy Sparks in 1976 when he led the Rebels with 20 goals
in a single season. Cohen also led the Rebels in assists this
season with 5 assists, giving him 30 points on the year.
Behind Cohen in the scoring department was senior
midfielder Steve McClenachan who added seven goals and
two assists for nine points. Junior striker Glen Newbry
finished third with five goals.
The Rebels season was highlighted by the 2-0 victory over
defending NCAA Division II champion Seattle Pacific
University in the earlier weeks of the season. Steve
Richter, a freshman goalkeeper from Hewlett, New York,
recorded the first of three Rebel shutouts on the season
with an outstanding performance in the net. Murray
Petersen, a senior defender who missed the last eight
games of the season with a broken leg, scored the winning
goal in the first half.
"We missed Murray late in the season. It's too late to be
making excuses now, but perhaps if we had Petersen we
could have turned things around in the last weeks," related
The 1979 Rebels also set a single game scoring record
against Brigham Young University when they pummeled
the Cougars 10-0 in the second game of the season. In
that match, McClenachan tied a UNLV single game scoring
mark for a player while collecting four goals and one
In addition to McClenachan, a senior midfielder John
Romero will also be playing his last collegiate match
against the alumni.
"Our seniors did a fine job for us," proclaimed Hart "If
it's any consolation, we're only losing three players. We'll
be back stronger than ever next year."
The 1980 UNLV Lady Rebel tennis team
opened its season with scheduled matches
against U.C. Davis, University of the Pacific,
and host University of Nevada, Reno. Coach
Tina Kunzer will be beginning her second
season with the Rebels. "The team is young
and relatively inexperienced, but I predict
we'll make it a good season." "There are no
more easy teams on the schedule. Every
match is a must-win situation and I can't see
us handling either Reno or UOP the way we
did last year."
Returning from last year's team is a strong
nucleus which includes the #1 singles player
Janice Reardon. Reardon compiled a 13-4 record
last season and will be in the #1 spot again this
year. "Having lost a valuable player, we'll move
Alexandria Brandiwynne up to the second-place
spot and go with Denise Wolff, a freshman, in the
number three place. Our strongest doubles team
looks to be Dickinson and Brandiwynne, They look
pretty tough in practice and are working harder
"This copy was written before the end of the tennis season
WOMEN S TENNIS
Coach Albrecht's Rebels, currently 4-4 on the
young season, are coming off a second-place
finish in both the Lake Havasu and U.C.
Riverside Invitationals. "I was pleased with the
way we performed at Havasu," commented
Albrecht, now in his seventh year with the
Rebels, "besides the fact that we're a young
team our players show a lot of poise on the
After dropping a one-sided match to Cal State
Los Angeles, the Rebels didn't stay down long,
The spirited team bounced back to take U.C,
Riverside 7-2 and then U.C. San Diego 6-3.
"WePII be tough and competitive this season
and I'll be very pleased with a .500 season.
That makes for a strong nucleus of players for
next year. The team is solid and I'm sure we
will improve from match to match. I'm looking
forward to coaching this team."
* "This copy was written before the end of the season.
King Kong Division
Powerhouse 8-0 4-0
High Scorer of the
King Kong Division
Point Winners: Mary Daley-42
Vera Breit ling-29
Bundy's Butchers - 200 yd. freestyle - 1:57.44
Bundy's Butchers - 100 yd relay - 1:01.56
Bundy's Butchers - 100 yd men's relay - 1:02.02
Bundy's Butchers - 100 yd freestyle - 50 sec.
Steve Myers - 50 yd breast stroke
Greg Sorich - 100 yd breast stroke
Greg Sorich - 50 yd butterfly
Greg Sorich - backstroke
Greg Sorich - 50, 100, 200 freestyle
Mary Daley - all women's events except,
Vera Breitling - 25 yd butterfly
1979-80 UNLV RUNNIN' REBELS
FRONT ROW: Freddie Thompson, Darryel Mayes, Billy Hungrecker, Greg Goorjian (redshirt), Eric Gaines, Flintie
Ray Williams, Brett Bales, Michael Loyd, Billy Cunningham, and manager Steve Parker.
SECOND ROW: Volunteer coach Dennis Hodges, head coach Jerry Tarkanian, assistant coach George McQuarn,
Tom Sawyer, Michael Burns, Richard Box, Wayne Washington, Sidney Green, Michael Johnson, Ed Pawlak, Larry
Anderson, Darren Sackman, part-time coach Bill Genian and assistant coach Rex Hughes.
Coach Jerry Tarkanian, the winningest all-time
college basketball coach, and his young Rebels,
who have a 7-3 NCAA playoff record including a
third-place finish in the finals, still await one of the
25 at-large invitations to the expanded 48-team
UNLV, with the five top scorers either freshmen or
sophomores, helped coach Tarkanian record his
12th 20-victory season in as many years as a
major college coach. Despite a preponderance
of youth and inexperience, the talented Rebels
had a 12-game winning streak at one point in
UNLV lost seven games by a sum total of only
21 points. Much to their credit. Four of these
misfortunate losses were lost at the buzzer.
Two of these buzzer losses were home games
played against Pan American and Weber
Although the Rebels had a very young team
this year, it will prove to be very
advantageous in the years to follow. The main
portion of the team will be returning next year,
anticipating a very successful season.
UNLV has used a nine-player rotation system
this year with two seniors, one junior, four
sophomores and two freshmen.
Freshman center Sindey "Spider" Green led
the team in scoring, rebounding, free-throw
percentage, minutes played, and turnovers;
while sophomore Michael Burns, freshman
sharpshooter Larry Anderson, and sophomores
Richard Box and Michael Johnson are all
averaging at or near the double-figure mark in
Green is scoring 15.9 ppg and averaging 33
minutes per game. Burns is scoring 14.2 ppg,
while Anderson is averaging 11.3 ppg.
In a pair of road battles, Anderson and Green
each came through with their best
performances of the year-one in each game.
Anderson scored 26 points to lead the Rebels
over New Mexico, while Green had 30 points
and 12 rebounds without a turnover in the loss
The young Rebels matured with each game
and if the team gets an NCAA invitation, it
would mark the 10th time in 12 years that a
Jerry Tarkanian team would be in the
"At the time of this copy, the season had not yet ended.
F. Ray Williams
UNLV OPPONENTS OPP
75 Pan American University 77
70 Univ. of Nevada-Reno 58
89 Idaho State University 75
73 University of Tulsa 70
99 University of Montana 69
73 Texas A&M University 77
10tLoyola Marymount Univ. 87
78 Weber State College 79
86 University of Utah 73
87 University of Hawaii 78
88 San Diego State Univ. 86
73 University of Utah 65
67 Seton Hall University 65
74 Univ. of Nevada-Reno 53
63 Univ. of Texas-El Paso 61
84 Univ. of New Mexico 78
66 Colorado State University 62
84 Oklahoma State University 81
85 U.S. International Univ. 74
98 San Diego State Univ. 86
84 University of Hawaii 85
66 University of Wyoming 64
81 Colorado State University 80
69 University of Kentucky 74
84 Univ. of New Mexico 68
69 Univ. of Texas-Ei Paso 76
70 University of Wyoming 71
1980 Hustlin* Rebels Baseball Team: Front row, left to right; Greg Suits, trainer, Tom Luna, Dick Luna, Mike Jefferson, Rick
Raymond, Frank DeSantis, Jim Angus, Ray Perry. Jim Gemma. Middle row; Asst. Coach Lonnie Keeter, Doug Smith, Dan Murphy,
Ken Elsee, Bill Nader, Stan Hawkins, Willy Finnegan, Kurt Mattson, Marco Herrera, Gary White, Billy Wilson. Head Coach Fred
Dallimore. Back row, Ed Crow, Rich Davis, Bill Max, Tom Sauer, Mark Bloomfield. Allen Peel, Randy Ward, Don Sutherland, Jeff
Wolff, Chris Hopper, Bob Deborde, Dave Kinsel, Asst. Coach Jack Pryor.
Rich Davis 195
Sophomore designated hitter-catcher Frank De
Santis is batting .313 (4 RBIs), while senior *
rightfielder Doug Smith is hitting at a ,304 (1 HR,
3 RBIs) clip. While the staff is a respectable
.376, UNLV still needs solidity in its defense,
where it has committed 24 errors in only eight
games. UNLV has 19 stolen bases as a team in
22 attempts. UNLV, 10-7 after going 4-2 in the
Second Annual Desert Baseball Classic, will be
looking to raise its season mark to a
respectable 14-7 with a four-game sweep of
The Hustlin' Rebels followed a three-game
opening series sweep of Long Beach State by
winning three of four games from arch-rival
Brigham Young University. Later, in the first
annual Desert Baseball Classic, which the
Hustlin' Rebels ended up winning, UNLV picked
up another win over the Cougars. UNLV is
hitting .249 as a team, but life was seen in
Hustlin' Rebel bats during the UTEP set. Junior
first baseman Randy Ward is hitting .357 with
one home run and 11 runs-batted-in.
Colorado. A sweep would once again put the
I Hustlin' rebels on solid footing, and would
perpetuate the momentum generated when
UNLV rallied for a 9-5 triumph over classic
champion Cal State-Northridge. "We've only
got three starting pitchers back from last
year," explained Colorado assistant sports
information directer Mike Bialas. "At the end of
last season, we had 12 players graduate." The
Hustlin' Rebels are expected to counter with
junior righthander Ken Elsee (3-1, 4.67 ERA) and
freshman southpaw Chris Hopper (2-1, 2.36
ERA) and senior lefty Stan Hawkins (2-1, 3.57
ERA), The two schools have met 10 times
previously in baseball, with UNLV holding a 7-3
advantage. "We're definitely not taking
Colorado lightly," said UNLV skipper Fred
Dallimore, who is two wins away from a 200-
victory collegiate career. "We know they can
hit the ball, so that puts the pressure on us to
hold them down."
Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR SB-CS S-SF RBI
Randy Ward 8 28 6 10 2 0 1 1-1 0-0 11 .357
Frank DiSantis 8 32 6 1 2 0 0 2-0 0-0 4 .313
Doug Smith 8 23 5 7 1 0 1 3-1 0-0 3 ,304
Bill Max 8 25 5 7 3 0 1 1-0 0-0 6 .280
Dan Murphy 8 28 7 7 2 0 2 0-1 0-0 5 .250
Dave Kinsel 8 25 9 6 3 0 0 4-0 1-0 2 ,240
Ray Perry 8 24 6 4 1 0 1 2-1 0-0 4 .167
Gary White 7 18 0 3 1 0 0 3-0 0-2 2 . 167
(players with less than 16 bats)
Bill Nader 4 9 1 4 0 0 0 1-0 0-0 1 .444
Dick Luna 6 13 0 2 0 0 0 0-0 1-0 2 .154
Jim Angus 2 6 1 0 0 0 0 1-0 0-1 1 .000
Rick Raymond 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 1-0 0-0 0 .000
Allen Peel 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 .000
Marco Herrera 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 .000
Tom Luna 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 .000
Ed Crow 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0
Road Games, ws
w L Pet.
5 3 .625
5 3 .625
55 3 .625
35 3 .500
20 0 1.000
13 0 1.000
01 0 .....
10 1 .500
50 3 .625
Hustlin' Rebels Miscellany:
Game-Winning RBI: none
Go:Ahead RBI: Ward-2, Kinsel-1 Murphy-1
Pinch Hitting: Nader .500 (1-2-1), White .000
Double Plays: UNLV-1, Opponent-5
Left-on-base: ONLV-59, Opponents-56
Season Attendance: (Avg.) 1,758
Minutes Played: (Avg.) 1179
4 Cal State Fullerton
4 Cal State Fullerton
4 Cal State Fullerton
3 Cal State Fullerton
4 Univ. of Texas, El Paso
14 Univ. of Texas, El Paso
5 Univ. of Texas, El Paso
10 Univ, of Texas, El Paso
Opp Home Runs
4 Smith-1, Murphy-2
8 Perry-1, Max-1
10/27-28 Senior AAU Development Meet
11/10 University of Nevada. Reno
11/16-17 University of New Mexico
11/23-25 Thanksgiving Invitational
12/1-2 University of Washington
12/8-9 Senior AAU Development Meet
12/27 University of Hawaii
1 /9 Rainbow Simming Classic
1/11-12 Rebel Invitational
1/19 University of California, San Diego
1/23 University of Nevada, Reno
1979-80 Women's Swim Team
Sitting: Joanne Makinoto. Sue Trout, Teresa Shepard, Jan
Buttler, Carrie Pettey, Trudy Froistad. Standing: Vaune Kadlubek,
Joanne Girvin, Karen Rempal, John Marchinko, Colleen
Sapp, Coach Wes Mock.
Santa Barbara Invitational
Senior AAU Development Meet
Fourth AnnuaLUNLV Invitational
AIAW Region 8 Swimming
Nevada State AAU Senior Championships
AAU National Championships .
1980 UNLV Men's Swimming Team
Left to right: Craig Russell, Tim Quill, coach Wes Mock, John Cuppett, Ted
Genter and Bob Hughes.
juniors Chris Daily (100 meters, 200 meters),
Rodney Goosby (100 meters, 200 meters)
Admiral Dewey Larry (100 meters), and James
Bradley (400 meters), and freshman Michael
Adkins (400 meters) and Roy Duncan (400
meters), Batton, Adkins, Goosby, and Daily
entered in the 440 relay, and the top tour
performers in the 400 meters will compete in
the mile relay,
The UNLV men's and women's track teams
made their first appearance in Las Vegas on
the Myron Partridge Track when the Rebels
hosted San Diego State and Northern Arizona,
and the women welcomed San Diego and the
University of Arizona, Representing the scarlet
and grey in the shorter distance runs were
seniors Jonny Ware (200 meters, 400 meters)
and Bobby Batton (200 meters, 400 meters)
Randy Proby, a first-year man, and sophomore
Tom Berry ran in the 800 meter race, while
freshman David Lynch covered the 1500 meter
course and sophomore Frank Plasso
represented the Rebels in the 5000 meter
event. Darrell Littleton will be the only UNLV
entrant in the 110 and 400-meter hurdles
event. In field events, Littleton and Melvin
Carver will triple jump and Charles Jackson will
join in the jumping in the long jump.
Dominating the women's events will be Cecilia
Branch and Lisa Thompson. Also joining them
will be Ann Crump and LaNessa Jones. The
100-meter hurdles show were the highlight of
the afternoon while Branch competed in that
event. The Lady Rebels 440-relay included
Jones, Thompson, Polk and Washington, and
the mile relay will be Pinner, Polk, Thompson
1979-80 UNLV Lady Rebel Basketball Team
Kneeling, left to right: Judy Thomas, Kathy Ricks, Kathie Calloway, Denese Skinner, Jean Kinn, Andrella Gray,
Teresa Willis, and Cindy Powell, Standing, left to right: Sonia Lykes, Sandra Hamilton, Anita Carter, Anita Lyons,
Cathy Welch, Ida Perkins, and Tina Glover.
(10.7 ppg). The two home Hawaii matches
were decisive to the Lady Rebels giving them
a 4-0 edge in the overall series. The Lady
Rebels finished up their season by hosting the
Wyoming Cowgirls. (The AIAW Region 8
Tournament will be held March 6-8 at San Jose
The Lady Rebels had an excellent season and
once again demonstrated the power and
strength of the Rebels on the court. Kathy
Ricks, a 5-9 junior forward, lead the team in
scoring with a 16.9 points per game average.
Other women on the team with norms in the
double figures were Sandra Hamilton (13.0
ppg), Teresa Willis (11.9 ppg), and Tina Glover
UNLV Opponent OPP
73 New Mexico State 58 83 Seattle University 63
71 Oklahoma 51 97 Hawaii 61
90 San Diego State 67 101 Hawaii 59
77 Houston 56 93 California 88
106 Cal State, Fullerton 79 53 Univ. of San Francisco 58
89 Utah 57 87 Texas-El Paso 56
72 New Mexico 83 80 Delta State 69
102 California 79 67 San Diego State 75
61 Louisiana Tech 73 82 Cal State, Fullerton 68
64 Tennessee 84 63 Louisiana Tech 74
97 Oakland University 79 68 New Orleans 49
86 Utah State Univ. 64 69 Tennessee Tech 83
110 Baylor University 64 70 New Mexico 55
1. ADPi Assassins 13 3
2. Sigma Nu I 12 4
3. Sigma Nu II 11 5
4. ERA 10 6
5. SNAFU 8 8
6. HA Rollers II 8 8
7. Ski's Team 7 9
8. Hits 8c Misses 6 10
9. ADPi's 4 12
10. HA Rollers II 2 14
During these rough times, supporters are
hard to come by. The EPILOGUE is thankful
that "our friends" believe in us. They
deserve a hand for a job well done, for
without them the EPILOGUE would not
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF
Bilbray, Carelli 8c Miller
Bilbray, Gibbons 8c Pitaro
Jon and Rita Collins
Edwin J. Dotson
In memory of Phillip C. Roventini
Mills, Galliher, Lukens, Gibson, Schwartzer 8c Shirehouse
Lillian J. Sondgeroth
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PUBLICITY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS: STEVE BAILEY
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You have just
You may now
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Class of '80, graduation, caps and gowns,
class schedules, lack of courses, grades,
finals week, red eyes, studying, the library,
the registrar, UNLV student ID, long lines
during registration, yellow marking pens,
blue books, the bookstore, Rebel
notebooks, Rebel T-shirts, Rebel shorts,
Rebel key chains, Union Station, The Deli,
Saga Food Services, special of the day,
bagels and cream cheese, Flora
Flumanities, 7th floor, Dr. Donald "Birdman"
Baepler, Dr. Leonard "Pat" Goodall,
Information Office, Mark Hughes, the three
slow elevators, room 217, education
auditorium, Wright Hall auditorium, pocket
calculators, cheat sheets, honor roll,
Financial Aid, Reggie Theus, John Bayer,
The Runnin' Rebels, Hustlin' Rebels, the
football team, BYU versus UNLV in Japan,
Coach Finfrock and his wrestlers, Coach
Fred Dallimore, Ray Perry, Jerry Tarkanian,
Tark's Towel, Tark's Shark Tank,
Convention Center, Glenn Carano, Tony
"the tiger" Knap, Fremont Cannon, Reno
Wolf Pack, Silver Bowl, the proposed
Sports Arena, the proposed Rebel Statue,
Scott Lorenz, Danny Russell, Chuck White,
Danny Campbell, the Senate
"mouseketeers," Lorraine Alderman, Lisa
Wyman, Entertainment and Programming
Board, Dave Gist, The YELL, Don Beury,
Colleen Newton, the Annotated Yell, Mike
Navarro, Dennis Berry, Rebellion, View,
Roving Photographer, the YELL duck, '
student union ballroom, free movie nights,
"The Exorcist," "Omen I 8c II," "Smokey
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game room, fireside lounges,
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law school issue, coffee and donuts, hot
dogs, 25c beer, burnt hamburgers, Mardi
Gras, Oktoberfest, Oktoberfest brawls,
Homecoming, Queen Jann Butler, Alumni
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women's tennis teams, golf, swimming,
racquefball class, crowded courts, the
dance studio, Modern Dance, Jazz class,
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class, Eppaminondas, Moby Grape, Captin
America's, Verrazano's Pizza, Chicago
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Tony's Terrorists, Intramurals, Ray Corbett,
UNLV radio station-K-JON, Bill Saxton, PSA's,
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Dom Brascia, Audio-Visual, Serge McCabe,
graffiti on the bathroom walls, graffiti on
the bulletin board, parking stickers, staff
parking, Handicapped parking, clever
license plates, clever T-shirts, vulgar Tshirts,
wet T-shirt contest, muscle man
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break, spring break, Outdoor Recreation,
canoe trips, ski trips, UNLV Ski Club,
Brianhead, Lee Canyon, Geology, White
Hall, the bird sanctuary, Dean Vallen, Hotel
Administration, wine tasting class,
memories, good times, friends, hang-overs,
yearbooks, Epilogue, Melanie Buckley, the
slogan "Hey, when's the last time you did