Messenger - Vol. 4, No. 3, Page 18 1995 Alumni Profile - Yard guys' annual muster In the fall of l978, nine freshmen moved into the second floor of Russell A residence hall and started building friendships that remain intact to this day. Originally from Delaware, New York and New Jersey, "The Guys" get together on the same weekend each year, year in and year out, first in Penobscot Bay, Maine, and now in Susquehanna County, Pa. Unwilling to miss even one annual reunion, one member flew in from Saudi Arabia to catch up on news, relive the good ol' days and generally veg-out with old friends. These l982 graduates once drove old cars with trunks big enough to sneak each other into drive-in movies, ogled Farrah Fawcett and listed Walter Payton as the sports hero of their day. Their favorite movie was the Rocky Horror Picture Show, the fashion trend they would most like to forget is the first designer jeans and, if you ask them what novel they read that changed their lives, they'll tell you...well, there wasn't one. Only their theme song-"Roll Out the Barrel"-defines their generation, but that's because it's one song that Ed Gorski, who plays the accordian, knew. Gorski (fourth in photo) still pulls out the old squeeze box when the group gathers each year. Other members of the group are (left to right): Mike Rightmire, computer consultant; Lenny Rybaltowski, sales representative for Zeneca; Joe (Gar) Garniewski, MBNA vice president; Gorski, quality improvement for Chrysler Corp.; Jason (Tarzan) Hackett, lithographic consultant; Stu Lorber, programmer for UPS; Dave Lillard, freelance writer and partner in a publishing company; and Joe Concars, Beneficial National Bank collections representative. Andy Bouck, a captain in the U.S. Air Force, was absent when this photo was taken.