Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)

 - Class of 1948

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Frantz Photography Editor .......... Esther A. Savidge Art Editor ........ Mrs. Barbara Pearsall Ketter Men's Sports Editor .... ...... D avid Q. Voigt Women's Sports Editor ..... Jeanne M. Fliclcinger To present a complete list of t-he Cue Statt would be impractical, inasmuch as every member of the Senior Class has given freely ot his time and talent in order to make this book a success. Those listed above have served as the "captains ot the teamsf' 1 'St 'olI, lf. , Stumll I. Pram Savidse I Kelli' Q, Voigl fliclilflgfl BH would ICT Ol ll and falelll msg lislfll ng leams' X ,if ,el 'vi 'L 1 , 'Ugr- ,-4 " Z'-nr. :tif- ' p Em, ful, CONTENTS THE CAMPUS ........ . PAC-E 9 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION . . PAGE I5 THE CLASS OF i948 . . . . PAGE 27 RELIGIOUS LIFE ..... . PAGE 69 FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES . . PACE 77 ORGANIZATIONS ..... . PAGE 9l VOCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL . . PAGE I I I SPORTS ....... . PAGE IZI FEATURES AND SPECIAL EVENTS . . PAGE I37 DIRECTORY ...f . . . PAC-'E I48 FOREWORD The pages that follow contain the efforts of the Cue Staff to record life on campus as we, of t'he class of I9-48, knew it. We have selected sentences and phrases from the "Aims and Objectives of Albright College" to serve as t-he theme of our book. These, in part, 'help to convey an idea of the standard of campus life and indicate those thi-ngs which t-he college considers most important among its contributions to the lives of the members of the student body. It would, of course, be impossible to record all the events, both great and small, which occurred during our senior year. It would be even -more impos- sible to communicate, through the media of words and pictures, the 'healthy spirit of life on campus. In the years that are to come, memory 'will be our chief guide in recalling the course of our lives during this past year. The Staff sincerely 'hopes that those things which have been omitted will be amply suggested by those which 'have been included. THE STAFF. H 1 M 11 Ai JV .M ly wrl 11 ,I TW 1! 1 'l !i y , x 1? A I H N if J w M J , I 1 M 11 4 uw 'N ., 'I 4 w M 1 1 I . W xl" W I yl 1 1 1, I 2 I 1 1 i X E i f 1 1' Y N, 1 W ' qw, Q DEDICATICN ln l945 with a few of the veterans already back and many yet to return and swell its ranks, the class of '48 made a wise decision in electing Professor Clyde A. Harding as advisor to the class. ln the past three years, Professor Harding has been cooperative, conscientious, and active in guiding our class, the largest in the history of the college, in all its activities. ln t-he classroom, Professor Harding is 'held in esteem by his students, -his mild, sincere manner coupled with an unsurpassed power to flavor pfhilosophy with flecks of wit makes his classes soothing tonics to add to fatiguing schedules. When Professor Harding applies his original and penetrating anecdotes to a subject, whether it is a course in freshman themes, Walt Whit- man, or Omar Khayyam, the true and basic value is found. lt has been a privilege for the -class of '48 to have -had the services of Pro- fessor Harding as advisor and professor and to dedicate t-his book to him. I 15 CC ideals r is 3 S' 1 the highest intellectual develo pment in an atmosphere of Christian Z i l i ere fisff' of 01 F6 5 ig f 'f c."2' 'a" The Campus -...,.. - , .-.-,.i-- .,. . . ... ..,... :-, -..,.,,-L, THE CHAPEL i 6 1 r I HALL OF SCIENCE I THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - ..- 4 ..... ,--f-- - . ..-.i, ... 4..:....,..,.i...... 1-..L,--... k 1 - -.-:JL THE NEW STUDENT UNION BUILDING MEET YOUR FRIENDS IN THE SUB! TH E BUILDING PROVIDES NEW QUARTERS FOR THE BOOK-STORE. H. Eugene Pierce is Manager. 2 u ig 11 . f DXNG PRO. RTERS POR IE. PierteisMaf2 I Q V 1 x 1, W .,..,, A iii it 'M " . . .The Coll aims to inspire and 'd intimate Contact with, andl the human race. . . ' th OU Sul e 'him in developing 'his whole Pefsonamy nt re aPDreciation of, the broad cultural hen ag . . , - f eduCafl0n ege, as one unit in the student s lifelong prOCeSS O U 1 1 W 1 1 Thfougi Faculty and Administration Mag -v -. - ..' V ..... - - --v- - -, .......-.-- ... ,i,.....,...... ... :-.L. - ...,. -X -1 --,rug . 6 r- HARRY V. MASTERS, P'h.D., LLD. PRESIDENT TO THE CLASS OF l948: The era in w'hich we live requires leaders with training, understanding, exceptional vision, and a will to serve if we are to avoid chaos and destruction. New paths mu-st be surveyed and followed through complex human frontiers. This new age will demand more and better educated citizens-morally, socially, politically and scientifically. They can be -prepared to meet the great problems of our day only l3Y institutions sincerely devoted to the task. Albright College is committed to such any endeavor. The success of its efforts will be measured by the contributions you make. We believe you have the ability and t-he willingness to render significant serviCe- As alumni, you will always be a part of Albright, and we believe tbaf Albright, in its idealism of unselfish service will always be a Part of you. To each of you, our very best wishes. HARRY V. MASTERS. 2 .X CEO ,- . - -m4.ac.7"1-2 ' ' 'g 'x . , . X xxx". . . Xt gtandifi Ehaog 8 A ghrwdn andbem' eniiiicam' yonliw' ess 0' .ce sefv' 1 R5- , nt caeiiwewd is be 3 pa GEORGE M. WALTON, D.Sc. Dean of t-he College NEWTON S. DANFORD, B.S., M.S Registrar and Director of Admissions L ff! LeVAN P. SMITH, pm. MA Dean of Men HELEN BAKER Sl LVERTHORNE, B-Sw M-A., Dean of Women 10 Tk W ab 2150 W WJ! U M W rw V W TW H 1 vfff W NI E W' M QM' Wahl? aw' WW IW gpm M Dm! UW ywflf ywrkh Osrsftr mmm M N -6 . of ER SII' of illcl' Deaf' To the Class of '48: The alumni of Albright congratulate you upon gradu- ation and welcome you to membership in the Alumni Q Association. We are hoping that every member of Q . 6 your class will become active in alumni work. It is Q4 WK z through the active participation of every Albright ally' graduate in alumni activities that the Alumni Associa- , A X "Xl ll' ' 'f,'f" ' tion becomes increasingly vital to the welfare of ,' lg Alma Mater. ? 67 The alumni program includes Alumni Day, held each year on the Saturday preceding Commencement, the annual Fall Homecoming in connection with a major football game, organized Area Clubs distributed in strategic centers, publication of The Albright Alumnus, a quarterly magazine, and other special activities. We hope you will come back to the campus for every alumni event, especially on the occasion of your five- year reunion. It is important, too, that you become actively affiliated with the Albright Alumni Club in your area. If a club has not yet been organized, contact the Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association regarding the possibility of such organization. During the past year a new filing and addressing system has been installed in the Alumni Office. Upon graduation an information card will be added to the files for each one of you. We ask your full cooperation in keeping these files up to date. Be sure to inform the Alumni Office immediately of your changes of address, etc. In this way you can keep in close contact with your Alma Mater and the many friends you made while at Albright. Our sincere best wishes to you. You are now leaving Albright, but Albright and all it has meant to you will always be with you in cherished memory. THE EXECUTIVE COMM I'lTI'EE. Left to right: WILLIAM S. HARRIS, JR., Treasurerg FRED E. LUCKENBILL, Vice-president, J. PAUL BURKHART, Presidentg LESTER L. STABLER, Executive Secretary, MARY DEBORAH KIESS, Secretary, CHARLES S. CRUMBLINC-, College Trustee, LEONARD M. MILLER, College Trustee. Missing from picture: CILENN K. MORRIS, College Trustee. . .. .i..-.. . ...,-. w 1 1 1 5 H lllllilllll' wioioi: i i IOIEEET ory. IES P I I llllllli 1 . If' r in Bulrf I, Prolesei' ll G. Gill? HN E. lliil sooliyl ASKEII, I2 Ill' Prolessor Q' Religious li glillill, I oIeSS0I UI ml, Pill ,. ,H IC f i . .Ctr uf-' C Zilllll 4 iCall0fl- Upper Right: LAWRENCE H. HAAC, Cirad- uate Assistant in Chemistryg BENJAMIN H. HAHNDORF, Associate Professor of Chemistryg NEWTON S. DANFORD, As- sistant Professor of Chemistryg DWIGHT L. SCOLES, Professor of Chemistry. Center: PAUL I, SPEICHER, Assistant Profes- sor of Mathematics and Physicsg ROY T. MERKEL, Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics and Physics. Lower Right: MARY JANE WARD, Instructor in Spanish and Lating CONSUELO RODRIGUEZ, Assist- ant Professor of Spanishg ELSIE A. CARLACH, Professor of Frenc-h. Lower Left: EVA M. MOSSER lMrs. Arlanl Instructor in Physical Ed- ucationg LLOYD J. PARSONS, Instructor in Physical Education and Assistant Coach of Football. WILLARD H. HAAS, Instructor in Englishg CLYDE A. HARDING, As- sistant Professor of Englishg JOHN B. DOUDS, Professor of English Language and Literatureg ANNADORA S. VESPER, Instructor in English. At left: EUGENE L. SHIRK, Faculty Manager of Athleticsg Center E55-,il In I 1 fi I 5: ,fiiffffi i -'4AAEEsIIIAlIl.I Ileft to rightl, GERRIT IVIEIVIIVIINC, Professor of C-ermang LUTHER Imdsetm F. BROSSIVIAN, Instructor in Germang WILBUR C-INGRICH, Profes- 1 sor of C-reekg At right, CONSTANCE IVI. SYFORD, A.ssistant Professor Mbllllk of English. I I-il ILWLQ I. ' qu F --.li w. , - JEAN HARER, assistant in the Office of the Deang ANNA R. BENNINCER, Assistant to the Dean and Registrar, ELAINE GRAYBILL, and MRS. HELEN BEIDLER, assistants. Missing from picture: RUTH A. STEINMULLER. MRS. PALMA D. EVANS, Secretary, DOREEN M. SCHULZE, DOROTHY L. WALBO'RN, SARAH C. WEAVER, Assistant to the Director of Public Relations, lat deskl LESTER L. STABLER, Direc- tor of Public Relations. ELSIE SPATZ, Library assistant, JOSEPHINE E. RAEPPEL, Librarian, MRS. DONALD S. C-ATES, in charge of circulation, DOROTHY J. RIDDAUC-H, Assistant Librarian. CHARLES L. GORDON, JR., Treasurer, MRS. SHIRLEY FOX and MRS. MARY H. MOYER, assistants i-n the Office of the Treasurer. .........L..g........,, A , .... - - -,-, - . .,..-- ..- ..4..-....n............:-- V , ,- -, . .- L . -nu , glut V-- :s'5,g1.-.-ss - - . ' w.,ggV,. t We 'mips' . ,W .', ...ffsmm 'WXQ-is A 'X -,-N...--,.t .msg - ,ve . gs Q , ,f ,,..,- , I I .ss - V igg4 L - . . 3 " -- ' sflf If . X f rimis 3? , K 7- 'M' 'Asif 'I 'ww I ' YW f s 1 I , ' H s's:.Qsf-. - n ' ..ijf.Pf .fnx Q- f K . t . K " . J. -I -I. 4 . ' . , , if-2 gl- .. Yr... . ' 'Ls ff fy .' NR3 TZ- N :-. if f P . - ' V 4 . yy. - sv-sgsqgggcxs 4 - s . 135, f .sn I , sw R 5. . I . .- ff.e?.1. s.., . 2' , t I I gifs s we ' ' f If 'XR W' 'offs w.i.s' f .. , s- . . Aww- .. S l::.!K5 I . 2 mi 1 . ,- . ' - . fiiqjifv, ' . ' 'Iggy . 5 ' 1 A f : '.:-.:',gf,-ti - 'fy' rs .ws Y ' ' sz , iw , . . . - i MRS ELIZABETH S HAIN RON. ALMA CHARLES B. HOLLENBACH, Instructor in Biology' MCLAUGHLIN R N. sfudsm Assistant. CLARENCE A- HPRN- Pfofessof Of BIOIOSYI MAR- CUS H. GREEN, Assistant Professor of Biology. LEONARD VAN DRIEL, Chefg JAMES K. SPATZ, Caretakerg H. EUGENE PIERCE, Supervisor of Buildings and Manager of Bookstore. IFront rowi MRS. ANNA HEERE SMITH, Assistant Professor of Home Economicsg ERNESTINE ELDER, Assistant Professor of Art and Home Economicsg ISecond rowi VIRGINIA E. WO-ERLE, Graduate Assistant in Home Economicsg FLORENCE V. INNIS, Professor of Home Economics. MRS. PEGGY WALTON BROWN, Assistant in the Office Of the President. J EANNE ALB-RIGHT, Assistant in me Office ofthe Presidentg MARIE M, KLEPPINGER, Secre- tary to the Presidentg Missing from picture: MRS. ELLEN S. BODEY, Assistant in the Office ofthe President. ff' 'I 11, 'IE- 1' v 4 ll' PM .3 5 1 .1 .i, riffs I' - I0 S .i"?rc5.. ... .Q .4 fa' 7e"?ei J -2 .... ,nl . e:1e'32gm, ,mx tn -. ,, . "','Pv Il 'I FII ..-'- I -.IQ h! I- a "If: - m WI . ' 'Ii' .,. . " Min! 'II Vqinkh I mf.. ima? IE s Q N. 1' .' jug V - I Bijjjgj. ll- lillogj. ICSSOI lllil LADIES' AUXILIARY T-he six 'hundred and seven members of the Ladies' Auxiliary fhave as their c'hief objective the fostering of the interests of Albright Col lege. During the past years it has contributed an average of Sl ZDO annually to the support of worthy projects on campus. One of these contributions has been an annual gift of S500 toward the purchase of books for the Alumni Memorial Library. 'Phe student body and the Class of l948 acknowledges wit-h deep appreciation the work of the Ladies' Auxiliary. I 4 President ........ Mrs. Harry V. Masters First Vice-President .... Mrs. John Black Second Vice-President Third Vice-President . Mrs. Fred Luckenbill Recording Secretary. Mrs. Charles E. Kachel Financial Secretary .... Mrs. Van Bennett Mrs. Dwight L. Scoles Treasurer ......... Mrs. Fred A. Howard BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Board of Trustees is composed of thirty members Twenty-one of these are elected by the six annual Conferences eight -are Trustees-at-Large and one is a representative of t-he Board of Bishops of the Evangelical United Brethren Church lt has been largely through the efforts of these men and their predecessors that the Aims and Objectives of Albright College have been cherished and advanced during the years since l856 President The Honorable FrederickA Marx Secretary The Reverend Dr C E Kachel First Vice President Bishop John S Stamm President Emeritus of the College Second Vice President The Reverend Dr J Warren Klein The Reverend Dr H W Kaebnick PHI DELTA SIGMA HONORARY ALUMNAE SORORITY Each year the Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority extends bids to several senior women selected because of their oustanding contributions to all phases of college life Campus leadership a good scholastic record and the basic qualities of honesty and sin cerity are the criteria by which the pledges are judged The social activities of the sorority include the annual June dinner for the pledges and the pledge service held each year shortly after the beginning of the second semester ln keeping with its objectives of promoting the scholastic social and cultural program of Albright College Phi Delta Sigma has made annual gifts of books to the Alumni Memorial Library It maintains a Loan Fund which provides financial assistance to women students President Charlotte Guenther Price 39 Corresponding Secretary Vice President Pauline Brossman Hart 44 Jane DICK V-BHDFIGI 40 Recoiding Secretary Treasurer Marjorie Lebo 41 Helen Yohn Clouse 34 THE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT ....... .. . James F. Brusch VICE-PRESIDENT .... ..-. G rate Miller SECRETARY ..... . . . Miriam Kramer TREASURER . . . . . Joseph Coleman " . . . lts charter pledges the college to provide for the "moral, literary, and scientific education of persons of both sexesf' lts privileges are open, tihere- fore, to all wlhom they may benefit, and its honors are conferred wit'h0UT distinction of race or creed." r 1 1 1 1 1 1 L 5 11 1 i 1 Y 1 1 1 E 1 Y 1 1 1 1 E V 1 1 I i V 1 1 1 1 A 1 I i 1 I 1 The S nior Class I -4-usrrysnk., - -V - 7,515 L - .- : 1. u 1 Lf- v-an , -1-- F.-P , ,vt-.-.......-....,,,,Rg,-1 JoHN c. ALLEN l223 Pike Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The bull sessions in the Pi Tau Frater- nity house in l942 . . . . . . A clear thinker, a willing worker, John will make a success in life whether 'he is teach- ing or working . . . Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity, Domino Club, lg Alchemists Club, 2, 3, 43 Pi Tau Alpha, 4, Albrightian staff, 1. li mflllll ll H 5 CW lille' giglll ' . 'wif V 2 i l l ROBERT CLIFFORD BACHMAN 356 Spring Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The spirit of friendliness. and congeni- ality that preva-iled among both students and faculty, also those memorable English claSSGS interspersed with typical "Harding" humor. . . . . . "Buck" is famous for 'his outlandish ties-with shirts to match . . . English: cerman Club, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4: Sigma Tau Delta. l03 l -lil lllll 5 0 A T - ll Hi lfelllllllmi l1il,fle1llui SS F 'a U Fllllr. 5lllEr, john Wil. lil' 'M-like ill, it it BACHW Ml' it Bble n 'ill lafdlll ll fofltll 1 ' -1. j I: 3. ,T WN' l and , ii English HAROLD L. BARE 425 Chestnut Street, West Reading, Pa, . . . Meeting my wife for t'he first time in Spanish la .... . . . A quiet, courteous -man of unassuming dignity . . . Psychology: Pi Gamma Mu, 4. BETTY MAE BEROER lO3 Perkasie Avenue, West Lawn, Pa. . . . The Home Ec tie-ld trip to New York . . . Our super '44-'45 basketball team . . . our wonderful days at Sherman Cottage . . . . . . Always ready to have fun or lend a helping hand, she just adores the name csBergern . . i Home Economics: Cue, 43 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4 Treas- Ufefi Day Students Club, 3, Secretary, 4 Secretary, Orchestra, l, 29 Women's Senate, 3, 43 Band, 3, 43 Pi Tau Alpha, 4, Secretary. I aaaaa aaaa 3 3 WALTER J. BENNIS 209 North Windsor Street, Reading, Pa. . . Sports and the professors . . . . . . A quiet young man, with a deep inter- est in the social sciences . . . Psychology: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 4. A Et- l RICHARD l-l. BEYERLE l328 LindenrStreet, Reading, Pa. . . . T-he day I passed out the cigars in cele- bration of my daughter Lyn-ne's arrival . . . . . A mature and quiet young man whose sc'holastic a n d athletic ability can't be denied . . . Mathematics: Kappa Upsilon Phig Track, 2, 3, 43 Pi Gamma Mu, 43 Future Teachers of America, 4. Lf H GEORGE BESHORE l3l7 Avenue "D", Reading, Pa. . . . Interesting afternoons in the chem library . . . 3 . . . George sna-ps 'his fingers at chem and math courses, but the arts baffle him . . . Mathematics: Clarence D. Becker Award in Mathematics. EZDN, ROBERT BINDER l89 Staples Street, Farmingdale, New York . . . 'Phe friendly atmosphere of the Al- bright campus . . . . . . Bob's cheerful nature, his struggleS with the ins and outs of trhe college curricu- lum... ENSHSHI Domino ClU,l9, l, 23 German, l, 2, 33 La Sociedad Cul- tural E I - 5DaV10a. 4, Sigma Tau Delta, 3, 4. .fi 1 ll 1 .,,.. :W ELE ADD. M R. llldllclloll x llll ll New U, use ' 'kmwllhlof ,, 'w Pill ,gli . '1"llw'S was i- ,lw 7' 'il' all-:Ll ri-I an 5, n I I ' Fla ll- SSM lilagk eyes ll inlef H, lil l 9 Celll5 alll lle' llni Q llll lil! lu- 'lim ll .Q Adl ilemlhl Elflillgnlss all?-'l l Qhkl, 3 ima ML lk r , . Y . , , . . ,wir-5,. , A., .d ,Y ,., . .,.,,., . , .-.-..-,.,.......:-.-g....,a-.-,--,,--,-,. . .. . a ... ,., ,A . . -M. - 'f--- ' of ' 1 ii, ADELE BOOTH ROYD R. D. No. 1, Reading, Pa. . . . Induction to the Mu Sorority . . , field trip to New York . . . life at Sherman Cottage . . . . . . Boots is a gal with the witty sayings and a way with food . . . Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu Sorority: Baseball, 23 Hockey, 2, 3, 45 Women's Athletic Association representative, 3, 4, Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council, 3, Secretary, 4 Secretary, Pi Tau Alpha, 4. i JAMES F. BRUSCI-l 327 Summit Avenue, West Reading, Pa. . . . Fraternity initiationsg playing 'basket- ball, especially getting a broken nose and two black eyes just a week before leaving Albright to enter the Air Corps, writing notes to Jean in English 32 . . . . . . Tall, dark and handsome: set feminine hearts aflutter upon his return to campus. Sln- cere, kind, and studious. Remember the day he got -his Plymouthl Business Administration: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, Vice- Presidentg Basketball, l, 2, 35 Tennis, 35 Domino Club, ll Al' brightian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Business Administration Club, l g Studenf Council, 3, 4, Senior Class Presidentg Veteran's Club, 3, 43 Pi Gamma Mu. L JEAN W. BORGSTROM 2216 Spring Street, West Lawn, Pa. . . . Football, basketball, 'pep rallies, stunt night jitters, Charlie horses from cheering practice, and best of all, that wonderful Eng- lis'h 32 class where l met Jim . . . . . . Albright's petite, exuberent blonde cheerleader: devoted to Alma Mater and a certain constant companion . . . Guardian of "Mi-ng," the campus mascot . . . Phychologyz Phi Beta Mu Sorority, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Tennis, l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 43 Albrightian Staff, l, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager, Cue Staff, 2, 3, 43 Student Council, 43 Women's Senate, l, 23 Cheerleader, l, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain, Hockey l, 2, Manager, 3, 43 Women's Athletic Association, 3, 4, Vice-President, Pi Gamma Mu. IVIARJORIE H. CHRIST Highland Avenue, Oneida, New York . . . Christie's dynamic personality, versa- tility and willingness to help others: these qualities will make her one of Albright's "un- torgettablesl' . . . . . . Alexander's birthdays, Sylvan Chapel . . . the fun of ca-mpus living and plan- ning... Sociology: Pi Alpha Tau Sorority, Chaplain, 4, Domino Club, 2, Secretary, 3, Secretary, 4, Clee Club, l, 2, 3, Student Director, 4 St d t D' ' ' ' ' , u en lrector, YWCA Cabinet, 2, Secretary, 3, Vlce-Presi- dent, 4, President, German Club, lg Freshman Class Secretary, Orchestra, 2, President, 3, President, 4, President, Women's Senate, 2, 3, 43 Swing Band, 3, 43 Dormitory Council, I, 2, 3, 4, President. I ., ,,..,--.-M.. Cl HAZ EL D. CALDEN 3503 Circle Avenue, Reitfton, Pa, , . . Creen, the day he collided with a Spit ballg the bust ot Shakespeare decorated with kerchiets and hair ribbons . . . . . . Unpredictable-that's Hazel, w timely humor has been a constant delight to her profs and fellow-students . . . ' hose English: Domino Club, l, 2, 3, Albrightian Staff, 2, 4, Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, 43 Pi Tau Alpha, 49 Pi Gamma Mu. 'fail I 'I' ,Elle I .gf I' JOSEPH Ilonffl SI rifllces. . wi , 'allflls iofglllllljd cilflembel lle'SI'IenII , to Wk fv ,. ,Allis . ,I .ililbigxll WILLIAM F. CLOUSER I4OO North I4th Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The accelerated program . . - the characters" I've met on campus among stu- dents and professors . . . . . . Big Bill got a big t-hrill when he carried the prot's grade book all over the campuS - - - Chemistry, Biology: Alchemists, 2, 3, 4, Skull and Bones, 3,1 ii French Club, 33 Band, I, 2, 3, Student Conductor, 43 Ofches r ' I, 2, 3, Manager, 4. III I ,Q ' - II ,Ill lla II llqui 3-Q I II IXU Illnh V I fl I ll l iii el will l, Mme glil lg eli 4- 5- ' stat, SER jing' uh i m . . aftflll: vlienhelall e Calllllul I v 4-- JOSEPI-l E. COLEMAN 26 East Morrow Street, West Point, Mississippi . . . Experiences in class rooms and chem. labs, associations with instructors and fellow- students constitute a period in my life that will be remembered . . . . . . Joe's friendly smile and sincerity, his willingness to work . . . Chemistry: Treasurer, Senior Class, Veteran's Club, 3, 45 Day- men's Club, 3, 4, Alchemists Club, 3, 4. X :s',, HAROLD l3. COOPER 341 North Coal Street, Port Carbon, Pa. . . . The friendliness of students at our formal dances . . . the wonderful friends l've acquired while attending Albright . . . . . . Coop's friendly "hello," his determi- nation to be a doctor, and -his frequent week- end excursions to Port Carbon and points north , , , Bl0l0gy, Chemistry: Alchemists Club, 2, 3, 43 Skull and 501165 S0C'eTY, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Class Vice-President. a t "L X st ' , ,.,, ,, PHYLLIS STOCK ilvlrs. James? CONROY 6lO Washington Street, Reading, Pa. . Anticipating teaching . . . . . . Diminutive but dyna-mic-that's Pfhil, our future English teacher. English: Basketball, lg Softball, lg Hockey, lg Domino Club, 2, 3, Albrightian, 4, Cue, 49 French Club, l, 2, Future Teachers of America, 43 Sigma Tau Delta, 4. -l l BETTY JANE CUSANO 354 Main Street, Denver, Pa. . . A. P. O. House . . . Sherman Cottage . Basket-ball games . . . . . . Betty, tfhe dark-haired beauty, whose engagement ring broke many lmen's :hearts . Home Econo-mics: Phi Beta Mu Sorority, Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Pi Tau Alpha, 4. l l CONNARD CRAMP Scarlet's Mill, Pa. . . . The grand feeling of renewing old friendships Upon my return to Albright Col- Sw, lege . . . gina . . . A sky-scraping 6' 2" of easy going can good nature . . . mu Business Administration: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, Veter- club' an's Club, vice-president, 4. -M' l IRA LOUIS CUSTMAN l2l North Ninth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . My part of the tirstmortgage on Pete's Rathskeller . . . lrc . . . The day Al Capp came to town on Sadie Hawkins' day and immortalized Ira in a Ou sketch which has yet to find its way in L'il Chl Abner . , , def 4. i Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta, 2, Secretary, 3, 43 Albrightian, 4, Al- ChemlS'fS, 2, 3, 4, Skull and Bones, 3, 45 Daymen, l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council, l, 2, 3. ROBERT DOMBRO 1 lO34 Chestnut Street, Reading, Pa. . . . My marriage to Pegl . . . . . Spends three-quarters of his time lg studying . . . trying to concoct a formula for financial success . . . is thoroughly domesti- cated . . . that s-mile is so captivating . . . H English: Albrightian, l, 2, 31 Domino Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club, Z5 Radio Programs, 4, Daymen's Club, l, 2, 3, 4. Z i 2 1 My CILBERT FEEC 423 Oak Terrace, West Reading, Pa. . . . Mid-night hike with Kenny Faylor from Shartlesville . . . e'S nlel . . . . . . The last word in efficiency and thor- Un oughness in everything 'he does . . . Uma Chemistry, Mathematics: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity, l, 2, Presi- llilllr dent, 3, Corresponding Secretary, 43 Student Manager, Football, - lil 43 Alchemists, l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 3. fill sl? A W1 4. Lin, f WARRE'N ENCLE lOl4 Bullock Avenue, Yeadon, Pa. . . . Life in t-he Zeta House in my sopho- more year . . . . . . The ex-Marine with piercing blue eyes, and a mind capable of attaining goals pos- sible only for those people with superior abili- ties . . . Business Administration: Zeta Omega Epsilon, l, 2, 3, President, 4, Basketball J.V., lg Domino Club, l, 2, Clee Club, l, 2, 35 Alchemists, l, 23 Student Council, 3, Treasurer, 4. :O I Y Y ,, V- .. , , . ,F l JEANNE FLICKINGER 213 Spruce Street, West Reading, Pa. . . . Delicate aromas of the science lab, 5 a. m. bird -hikes, rapid growth of the student body, the year they built those wonderful clay courts . . . . . . Flick was overfheard inquiring about Yale and Harvard concerni-ng post-graduate study . . . Biology, Chemistry: Phi Beta Mu, 2, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, 4, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, l, 2, 3, Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4, Albrightian, l, 2, 33 WAA, l, 2, Secretary, President, 45 Women's Sports Editor, The Cue, Alchemists, 2, Skull and Bones, 2, 3, 43 French Club, lg Student Council, 3, 3, 4: 3, 3: 4. RAYMON D D. Fl DLER 839 Pear Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The rich associations with students, facu-lty, and visitors at Albright . . . , , , Ray's sincerity and his earnest efforts to do well in all his courses . . . Social Science: Pi Gamma Mu, 43 lnternational Relations Club, 43 Philosophy Club, 3, 4, Secretary, Student Council, 3, 4g Orghes- tra, 3, 45 Pi Tau Alpha, 4. DONALD FORNWALT 2556 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading, Pa. . . . The many hours spent laboring in the chem labs . . . . . . Don's contributions to the forums on the state of the nation fheld at any odd hour in the book-room . . . Chemistry: Alchemists, 3, 43 Veteran's Club, 3, 4. fr. 'E S Al 'Z is CATI-lERlNE M. FRANTZ l227 North Fifth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . 'Fhe combined odor of cats, fish, and rats emanating from the Bio Labs, and the ter- rible intensity of Pre-Meds cramming for exams . . . . . . Neat and sweet and cute to boot . . . Biology, Chemistry: Albrightian staff, l, 2, Cue, 4, Associate Editor, Alchemists Club, 3, Skull and Bones Society, 2, 3, 4g German Club, lg Student Council, 3. WILFRED D. FROMUTH lOO5 North Twelfth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . A friendly institution where l met ma-ny good friends . . . . . . One of our most modest and unassum- i-ng young men whose abilities will take him a long way in life . . . Social Science: Kappa Upsilon Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, 4, Football, l, 2, Captain, 3, Assistant Football Coach, Business Adminis- tration Club, l. 3.x W7 BEI IY JEAN FREDERICK 2lO Waverly Street, Shillington, Pa. . . . Those wonderful gab fests with old gang in the Blue Room . . . . . . lVlolly's constant bubbling over, especially after those week-ends!!! Do-t lda's constant efforts to bring her down of the clouds . . . Sociology: Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4, International Relations l, 2, 3, 4, Philosophy Club, 3, 4. the and and out Club, MARIAN CERBERICI-l Neversink Road, R. D. l, Stony Creek Mills, Pa, . . . frozen fingers in 'marching band , "the life" in Sherman Cottage . . . . . . Getting lost in subways in New York Cerby likes the science pfhase of Ho-me Ecol nomics, and is an ardent admirer of pipes . . Home Economics: YWCA Cabinet, 25 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Da Student's Club, 3, Treasurer, 4, President, Orchestra, l, 2 Band, 3, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 45 Women's Senate, 3, 4, Secrefary- Treasurer. Y WALTER P. GIPPRICH i5-4 North Eighth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The warm intimacy on the campus is surpassed only by the sincere cooperation of the faculty . . . . . . C-ipprich's ability to defend his ideas in discussion, 'his pride in the new member of the family . . . Sociology: Pi Gamma Mu, 3, Vice-President, 43 Band, 2. DONALD H. CITTELMAN 606 North 3rd Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The excellent pre-medical training l got from all the professors of the science de- part-ment . . . . . . An energetic fellow who should go far in the medical profession . . . Biology, Chemistry: Football Intramural, l, 23 Intramural Basket- ball, l, 2, 35 Albrightian, 43 Alchemists, l, 2, 3, 43 Skull and BONES, 2, 3, 43 Day Student's Club, l, 2, 3 4, Domino Club 2. HARRY L. C--RUBER South Park, Richland, Pa. xp, I. - .... The wonderful canoe rides I enjoyed on Sylvan -Lake . . . vY H H 1 ,ell . . . Gruber will be affectionately re- SIIU- membered by 'his fellow memibers of the cloth -. . . . 'his daily strolls around campus with a 3-455 certain young Ia-d-y . . . lm , Smit? Sociology: Kappa Tau Chi, I, 2, 3, 4, Daymen's Club, ' 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA L. HALLACHER IO2 Penn Avenue, Sinking Spring, Pa. I . . . The beautiful ca-mpus and the wonder- allllldt ful people I've met . . . me . . . Combine generous amounts of sincere friendliness and dependable efficiency, season will with a sense of humor, and you have Ginny with the auburn tresses. English: Albrightian Staff, I, 2, 3, Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, 43 will International Relations Club, I, 2, 3, 43 German Club, 'I, 23 Mipl Pi Tau Alpha, 43 Junior Women Scholarship prize. i RAE GUISTVVITE 927 Elm Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Those personalities which made the most impression upon me, i.e.-Dr. Ho-rn, Pro- fessor Khouri, Professor L. E. Smith, Dr. Ging- rich, Dean Smith, and Jim Spatz . . . . . . The campus cop-forasummerg Rae's interest in -history and politics . . . Business Administration: International Relations Club, 3, 45 P Tau Alpha, 4g Pi Gamma Mu. :QE -M 4? GERALD i-iERTzoo i242 Allen Street, Allentown, Pa. . . . Waiting in the dl-ning 'hall . . . Dr. Gingrich's sense of humor . . . . . . Hertzog'slongvigilatthe Mount Penn Diner . . . Social Science: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Co-chairman, Vesper Services, 4, Kappa Tau Chi, 3, Presi- dent, 43 Track, lg Student Council, 3, Chapel Choir, 43 German Club, 2. ROBERT HORST HARP 554 South l5th Street, Reading . . . The opportunity to make new friends at Albright has made a lasting impression on me... . . . Bob's sincerity, his "W'hat's the story?", and lhis a-ctive interest and able par- ticipation in campus affairs . . . Social Science: Pi Gamma Mu, 43 International Relations Club, 3, 4, Day Student's Club, 3, 4. w e X152 l DORIS FAYE HICKS Wilson, New York . . A P.O. House . . Basketball ga-mes . . Practice House . . . . . . The friendly girl with the contagious laugh-Hixie was a pal of both boys and girlS on campus . . . Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu Sorority, YWCA Cabinet, l, 2, 3, 45 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, li Pi Alpha Tau, 4. ARTHUR H l IVIMELBERGER l l l5 Marion Street, Reading, Pa. . . The Albrightians:all of them . . . . . . That serious, considerate future his- tory professor from Womelsdorf . . . Social Science: Pi Gamma Mu, 43 Future Teachers of America, 4. ALLEN HYIVIAN lO'26 Walnut Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The swell feeling upon returning after a long absence . . . . . . Where there is Allen, there is also Leroy . . . Business Administration: Albrightian, ig Day Students' Club, 3, Veterans' Club, l. fast 7 9 vzr . Q, x ff 1: 'H- RUTH A. HOMAN ' Terre Hill, Pa. . . Zeta House i'Nuff said? Ed.l. . . . . . . Ruthie has a knack for inventing new ways to brighten up the dull routine of dorm life . . . Psychology: Phi Beta Mu Sorority: Albrightian staff, 23 Al- chemist's Club, 25 German Club, l, 23 Hockey, 23 Skull and Bones Society, 3, 4. . . .-.t,J,..-, . -Ti l l PAUL JENSEN 4l5 Franklin Street, Reading, Pa. . . . l was most impressed by the high quality of the religion professors . . . . . . Jensen's ability to tell a bird by its song, as well as his willingness to get up in the wee hours and :hike miles for a glimpse of a specimen are a source of wonder to 'his fellow class mates . . . Biology: Skull and Bones. Albright . . . Nl Jkt fm lf all W .. W Sd , 'IS 1 al' I'a W :til lv 1jf:" lil WCM Ula. l "uit l . . . Deceptively quietg genuinely indus- trious . . . iflllormk ' an 'IN l -'YE v. 'u J? l it 437, Xb xml "af li .f ii, ', -I '- Yr ta ., -.. -- :,x is '.z-'P il, ,l N. '4 xx lilly, it Gig A Q, YS lb -X Wi" itll" ill ln . U, Y' all if 1 BETTYJAN E JON ES New Tripoli, Pa. . . . The A.P.O. House and the Oblique Vein of Marshall are the two extremes . . . . . . The Science Hall won't be the same without B. J.'s frequent visits there . . . Biology, Chemistry: Debating Club, lg Domino Club, 4, Al- brightian staff, l, 25 Alchemists Club, 2, 3, 43 Skull and Bones Society, 3, 4, Secretary, German Club, i, 2, 3, 43 Phi Beta Mu Sorority. BARBARA PEARSALL llVlrs.l KEFFER 312 Chestnut Street, West Reading, Pa. . . . The warm and friendly "him from all Albrightians, "Blimpy" and "Gumband"- memories of dorm life, and May Day perform- ances . . . . . . Barbara's versatile abilities, her will- i-ngness to assist classmates and her grand , as H sense of humor make this young MVS. B friend of all on campus . . . Mathematics: Cheerleader, lg Domino Club, lg Girls' Baskefball Manager, 3g Pi Alpha Tau Sorority, 3, 4, Women's Student Sen- ate, 4, Future Teachers, 4, Cue Art Editor, 4. CHARLES V. KACHEL l608 North Fifteenth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Everything is wonderful . . . except the exams! . . . . . . Charlie is best known by -his ability to make people laugh, his friendly arguments in some of 'his classes, and his week-end trips to his c'hurc2h in New Berlinville . . . Psychology: Kappa Tau Chi, 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 45 Phil- osophy, 3, Treasurer, 43 German Club, l, 2. ff f WALTER A. KELLER ll l9 Fern Avenue, Reading, Pa. . . . The pleasant autumn atmosphere of my first few months at Albright . . . . . . Keller's struggles with ye Debate Squad, complicated by the difficulty in getting other schools to answer letters . . . English: Debate Squad, 3, 4, Student Managerg French Club, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4, President. EVANS R. KEIIVI, JR. 62 Norman Street, Springmont, West Lawn, Pa. . . . The friendly atmosphere that exists everywhere on the campus, and memories of fine friendships formed . . . . . . "lVlarryin' Sam" Keim, high potentate of the Book-store, renowned for his boosting Doctor Pepper sales . . . Pre-Min: Alpha Pi Omega, 2, 3, 49 Kappa Tau Chi, l, 2, 3, 45 German Club, 3, 43 Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Class Chaplain, ROBERT L. KEIVIP 308 South Fourth Street, Hamburg, Pa. . Q . The awesome and inspiring lectures l have received from fortuitous professors . . . . . . Kempy is one of the most industrious and 'hard-working Dutchmen on campus-Orle of our future doctors . . . Bi0'08Y2 Kal3Da Upsilon Phi Fraternity, Secretary, 21 Al' brlghllan Sfaff. l, 2g Tau Kappa Alpha, l, 2, 3, Secretary! Alchemists Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Skull and Bones, l, 2, 3, 45 German Club, l, 2, 3, Wy, Hr, li," . ' lim .l all l,l 1 l . .Qi , . ,SV ,gif 4 I , 'Ol llfll , We gill .r 4.1 ,,. 5 'ind 3 lllllldcal wglllll it-ffli ,kt r, at Us umm si:-Q ng 55 -ll Milt. ,. .ll A kim' "Ski ig ,fi , liul Riel , . i K li -4-. 'AJ - i.-. it N lf- 'Q r 54 i 1 f all il il Dlelllale howling l-li., saw ,gli ng leilll W, 1 W with 1 1' all -' li ill CARL KERN 57 Wyomissing Hills Blvd., West Lawn, Pa. . . . The cool and calm "scientific man- ner" of the Science Faculty . . . . . . Behind a long black cigarette-holder one will find Carl musinglhumorously at-human nature, quoting Bierce or Benchly, or dashing out a short story. His bowl of tea leaves pre- dicts a possible Pulitzer Prize . . . English: Albrightian, ig German Club, l. GEORGE E. KOEHLER 223 East Broad Street, Quakertown, Pa. . . . Rooming with Fred Wolf and Mr. Ninivaggi . . . along with the numerous friends l've acquired at Albright . . . . . . George's friendliness, his staunch de- fense of those things which he considered right, his capable leadership of the APO's . . . Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega, President, 42 Al' bfighfian. 23 YMCA Cabinet, 2, Business Administration Club, li 23 Business Manager "Gridiron", 43 Pi Gamma Mu. X . ,- az, , Q- ' Q ,xt i f , f' MORRIS E. KNOUSE P. O. Box 277, Bernhardt, Pa. . . . The city-desk atmosphere of my job as the Albrightian news editor . . . cram- ming on buses between Civic Opera and Domino rehearsals . . . . . . "Busybuddy," the architect to be, with drama, journalism, and music on the side . .. Social Science: Domino Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Albrightian, 1, 2, 33 News Editor, 43 German Club, l. MIRIAM MARIE KRAMER 22 Spring Crest Boulevard, Sinking Spring, Pa. . . . Christmas caroling with the Y's and the unforeseen experiences in "quaI" lab . . . . . . Mimi's cheerful, helpful, and depend- able nature makes 'her a warm and sincere friend to all . . . Chemistry, Mathematics: Clee Club, l, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4, Business Manager, Albrightian staff, 45 Alchemist Club, 3, 45 German Club, l, 2, 3, 45 Day Student's Club, 4, Vice-President, Senior Class Secretary, Future Teachers of America, 4, Treasurer, Women's Senate, 43 Clarence D. Becker Award in Math. Phi Delta Sigma Alumnae Sorority. WALTER KON l ECKI 4lO South Tenth Street, Reading, Pa, , . . Prof. Cireen's comparative anatomy course with all its trimmings, like bird hikes and seminars . . . that little back room in the Science l-lall willed to me by Prof. Speicher . . . . . . Walt, our aggressive medico is bound to make the grade because of his boundless store of energy and 'his ability to stay on a job until it is completed . . . Biology, Chemisti'y: Track, 2, 33 Domino, l, 2, Cue, 4, Alchemists, 1, 2, 3, 45 Skull and Bones, l, 2, 3, 4, German Club, l, 2, 3, 4. HALLER LARUE 920 Marion Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Prof. S'peicher's philosophy of life, and fhis understanding attitude toward l'1IS studies . . . . . . Hal displayed courage beyond his own conviction-s when he stayed close to his "Rube Goldberg" set-ups in chem lab . . . Chemistry: Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity, l, 2, 3. 43 DaYmenl5 Club, Veteran's Club, 2, 3, 43 Alchemists, 2, 3, 4- '7' l l l lllll im' of l ,.i'f,l"' 1 l .-W i ,I . i ,gillll ,.d." l l r l l l i l l l R I l I i i l n l i ei. llllll isis, . ' lil llal pslclloll l l K llsd llel mga li ills' it allllgm, bird ml Un lnmg lelller llllaiol 4159112 Ni " '-ill!! P1 my ll towalll ondllsfl lollll i P2 1 W' 7. , 31-l. DGNALD LIDDICOAT 2Ol North Second Street, Reading, Pa. , , Fraternity fellowship and socials . . . , , , Don's work witlh the football team, his appearances with the lVlen's Glee Club . . . Chemistry: Alpha Pi Omega, Football Manager, 3, 43 Male Glee Club, 3, 42 Alchemists, l, 2, 3, 4g German Club, l, 23 Mixed Chorus, l, 2, 3, 43 Veteran's Club, 2, 35 Inter-Frat Sports Council, 4. 'vis HUMBERT MANZOLILLO 439 South Fifth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Knocking myself out for Dr. C-eil's Psych courses and the many hours I spent do- ing psycholO8Yl and Rev. Barth confusing mel... . . . A flashing friendly smile, an ever- ready, engaging converastion, fluctuating be- tween crisis and confusion . . . lgYS"0l08Y: Clee Club, 4, Cue, 2, 4, German Club, 33 Spanish U , 4. - :few ' ,zfg N l KENNETH R. LIEB 4l 5 Ann Street, West Reading, Pa The lvy Ball of l946 . . . Kenny's neat appearance . . Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega, l, 2, 3 4 Domino Club, lg Veteran's Club, 43 Vice-President, Junior Class l l 1 JOl-IN MARQUET 208 Spruce Street, Birdsboro, Pa. . . . Getting my degree and learning to play pinocfhle . . . . . . John's friendliness has become out standing to many, despite his consistent quiet ness . . . History: Track, 25 Business Administration Club l' F h , , renc Club, lg Daymen, 4. ABRAHAM MARKOWITZ 282 South Ninth Street, Reading, Pa' . . . Professor Crreen's Anatom Y Class, 8 o'clock Saturday morning . . . ...A conscientious student, 3 good APO . . . Biology, Chemistry: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity, 3, Vicgpresidem, 43 Domino Club, l 5 Alchemists, 2, Skull and Bones, 2, 3' Frencti Club, l, 25 Veteran's Club, 3, 4. DAVID L. MATTH EWS i353 Avenue "D", Reading, Pa- . . . The bull sessions in the college lea room" . . . , , I . . . Dave's pitcihing arm brought seg-'GSE victories tor the Daymen in intramural 6 ball . . . . ' Adminis' Business Administration: Veteran's Club. 31 4' Elimfss tration Club, Daymen's Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Basket a ' ' TZ a, Pal my llilsi it, a go, ,i 3' lllfen sllselsa QB, Z in ' 1 L., i i .-, EWS is lf- .me collegf ' ,lg ' 'lv it l HL N, iv prvllfll 1 wlldllllll iff - :P I 3 4. iff helm' GLORIA JEANNE IVICKITTRICK 528 Kurtz Street, Catasauqua, Pa. . . . Room 22 . . . Sherman Cottage . . . all the wonderful personalities l've met at Albright . . . . , . Mac-a cheerful "hello"--a win- ning smile-a gay red 'head-a witty word- versatile hands-and willing nimble feet . . . Home Economics: Pi Alpha Tau Sorority, 4, Vice-President, Bas- ketball, l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4, Domino Club, 2, 3, 4, Heo Club l, 2, 3 43 Dormitory Council, 2, Women's Senate, 23 May Day Chairman, 4. GRACE E. MILLER 2705 Locust Lane, Harrisburg, Pa. .Room22 . . . Gracie-the well-known dark-haired girl on campus with a pleasant personality . . . Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu, 4, President, Intramural Basket- ball, l, 2, 33 Intramural Hockey, l, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club, l, 3, 43 Cue, 4, Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Secretary, Senior Class Vice-President, Women's Senate, 2, 3, 43 Dormitory Coun- cil, 2, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 43 Custodian of the Crown, 43 Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority. PHILLIP IVIERTZ 586 Avenue B, Glenside, Reading, Pa. . . . The great spirit of friendliness and unity of purpose of the Kappa Upsilon Phi Frat . . . . . . The Kappa with a congenial smile for everyone . . . a great family man . . . Psychology: Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity, steward, 2, 33 Base- ball, 4g Football, l, 2, 33 Basketball, l, 23 Glee Club, l,' 23 Alchemists, l, 2, 33 German Club, l, 23 Student Council, 4. RAYMOND MILLER 906-A Hampden Boulevard, Reading, Pa, . . . The stimulating discussions in Prof, Bart'h's Ethics and Religion 4 courses . . , the philosophizing in Prof. Haskell's courses , , , Dr. Cvingrich's keen sense of humor , , , . . . Ray's level-headed philosophy emerg- ing from his care-free manner in time to save a situation or to help a friend . . . Philosophy: Philosophy Club, 3, 4. VIVIAN N. MILLER I4Ol North Fourteenth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The wonderful times at Sherman Cot- tage . . . initiation into the Mus . . . . . . Viv is happy-go-lucky, when she isn't worrying-good things come in little pack- ages . . . Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu Sorority, Heo Club, I, 2, 3, 43 Pi Tau Alpha, 4. w I , QKQUX I WIL-LIAM H. MILLER 3424 Raymond Street, Laureldale, Pa. . . . The girls swooning over Jesse Ervin at the Boston Gardens in '45 . . . . . . 'Phe famous Miller laugh when he draws a fill-out in a Daymen's Club P""OC'hIe game or when he dispatches pledges on a note- hunt . . . Science: Pi Tau Beta: Basketball, 25 Alchemists, 25 Bandfh I' Z: Orchestra, I, 23 Dance Band, 3, Future Teachers of America, - ROBERT L. MORGAN 29 Fairchild Avenue, Morris Plains, N. J. . . . The numerous philosophical and witty English courses under Professor Harding are what l'll remember longest and most favor- ably about Albright . . . . . . Mort's contributions to the Albright- iang his attempts at repairing typewriters . . . History: Zeta Omega Epsilon, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary, 43 Veteran's Club, 3, 4, Albrightian, l, 2, 3, 4. . Q Q ,S DOROTHY LOUISE MOYER 846 Center Avenue, Reading, Pa. Enduring the Blue Room with psyc-ho- . Q . logically speaking lda before 'her mad dash West . . . . . . Dottie Lou was always in a dilemma over physics and pinochle-of course pinochle eventually conquered . . . Biology: Pi Alpha Tau, 4, President, Clee Club, 43 Skull and Bones Society, l, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 4. l 3 HENRI ETTA E. MORRISON i322 Green Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Prof. Green's biology lab and every- thing that goes with itl . . . . . . Henri's four-year duel with Sheetz over the -ping-pong table, the smile in her eyes when the life of a minister is men- tioned . . . German: Debate Squad, l, 2, 3, 4, Albrightian Staff, 1, 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, Vice-President, 4, Vice-President, Sigma Tau Delta, 3, 4, President, International Relations Club, l, 2, 3, SGCVSTBVY, 41 German Club, l, 2, 3, 4, President, Spanish Club, 3, 43 Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4, Treasurer. l JEAN MOYER Sheridan, Pa. . . . My infinite experiences witih the regis- trar's office and numerous consultations with the Dean . . . . . . Lebanon Countyis gift to Albright: a skeptical smile, a willing hand, an earnest endeavor to master math, plus a yen for em- balming . . . Mathematics: Daymen's Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. C-EORC-E D. NAI-llvl l5l l North Twelfth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . My introduction to a new kind of life? many good friends l 'hope to retain . . . . . . Ceorge's genial personality, combining a liking for people, coffee and conversation . . . Business Administration: Future Teachers of America, 3, 43 P Gamma Mu. 253, Ov dol lull. fill tioflf' 1-lil JAMES RICHARD NINIVAC-Cl l4V2 S. Reid Street, Elizabeth 2, N. J. . . . My dancing debut at Froshline-up and stunt night . . . . . . Ninny's chop-chopping around cam- pus, his pride in the Marines, his good-natured acceptance of his roommates' needling . . . Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega, 3, 43 Business Admin- istration Club, lg Veteran's Club, 3, 4. IDA l. PALMER SOO North Eleventh Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Those heart-to-heart talks in the Blue Room . . . listening to biologically speaking Dottie Lou . . . . . . Eight o'clock classes and Ida just don't mix, but she 'has a se-nse of humor that never fails . . . Psychology: Day Women's Club, l, 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL P. ORLANDO i543 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading, Pa. . . . Those wonderful pre-Spanish class duets with Robert "Mumbles" Bachman . . . those wasted hours waiting in mile-long lines during registration . . . . . . That constant laughter and ability to spread it around-that's Sam . . . Spanish: French Club, 25 Spanish Club, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 4. JOHN PATRICIAN l407 North l2th Street, Reading, Pa. . . The bull sessions in the Ze-ta House. . . . . . Joh'n's contributions to t'he heated Zeta House Forums on the state of the nation . . . , Social Science: Zeta Omega Epsilon, Basketball, l, 3, Track, l, 2, 3: Veteran's Club, 3. 63 MIRIAM L. PARKER 439 Franklin Street, West Reading, Pa, . . . Happy days at Sherman Cottage . , , those- moments of quiet devotion at noon in the quaint little chapel . . . . . . Friendly, fun-loving, helpful, and with a willingness to listen to everyone's troubles with a sympathetic heart-that's Mlm . . , Home Economics: International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, President, 4 President, Pi Tau Alpha, 3, 45 Wom- en's Senate, 23 Day Student's Club, 2 Treasurer, Cue, 43 Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority. FREDERICK PERFECT i258 Penn Avenue, Wyomissing, Pa. . . . Induction into the APO Fraternitygthe day l was foolhardy enough to try to save Dennis Ertel, Frosh Orientation Ohairman, from bei-ng t-hrown i-nto the drink . . . he escaped, quite dry . . . . . . Fritz, the philosopher of the Scier1CG Hall . . . 'his varied interests and his experi- ments . . . Bi0l08Y, Chemistry: Alpha Pi Omega, l, 2, Corresponding Secre- fa"Y, 3, 45 Cue Staff, Student Council, 23 Skull and Bones. 3. 42 Alchemist, 23 Albrightian, 2, 3, Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 43 German Club, 1, 2. 1 in nlh Dleg Hel Wum, ll Phi ll .mill A lo Sll v 1 will ,all stil nls W W sf' BW 5 fda' ll CLAIR W. REED 8l7 Green Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Friendly spirit that prevails among the student body . . . . . . How did -his 'hair get so wavy? . . Business Administration. FRANKLIN O. RITTER R. D. No. 2, Fleetwood, Pa. . . . T-he day l realized Prof. Crreen's bark was worse than -his bite . . . . . . "Mr, Ritter," tfhe 'Navy's best repre- sentative on campus . . . Clad to 'have you aboard, Frank! . . . Biology, Chemistry: Alpha Pi Omega, l, 3, 4, Albrightian, 4, Cue, 43 Skull and Bones, 3g President, 43 Band, I, 3. Ol ROBERT A. REESER 26l4 Philmay Terrace, Mt. Penn, Pa. . . . Businessology, Fraternitology, Female- ology, Cam-pusology: the Four Ingredients for an "Albrightful" education . . . . . . A blue-eyed Casanova, better known to racing fans as "Sam Nunis"g the connoisseur of jokes, and a lover of silks and laces . . . Business Administration: Zeta Omega Epsilon, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer, 4, Business Administration Club, l, 2, 33 Veteran's Club, 3, 4, Dance Orchestra, l. -2 9 i f- ll? 'W ESTHER A. SAVI DCE l3l9 Perry Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The A.P.O. House . . . the Biology Professors . . . my first date with Frank . . . . . . Es. the versatile biology student, is ex- tremely Bird-conscious . . . Biology: Basketball, lg Baseball, l, 23 Domino Club, 3, 4, Secre- taryg C-lee Club, l, 23 Cue, 4, Photography Editor, Skull and Bones, 3, 43 German Club, l, 2, Hockey, lg Softball, 3, 4. PAUL F. RUTH 20 Tyrone Avenue, Kenhorst, Reading, Pa, . . . The pinochle games and labor union arguments in the Daymen's Club are my favor- ite Albright memories . . . . . . The hard-hitting defense of the cause of labor, Paul's lively participation in debates in Student Council . . . Social Science: Debate Squad, lg French Club, 2, Student Coun- cil, 4. ERIVIINE J. SCl-lLEAR llvlrs. Josephl STOCKLER 387 Pine Street, West Reading, Pa. . . . Democratic and informal atmosphere of a small college, good professors, and the varied, well-rounded social life . . . . . . Ermine's marriage during her senior year . . . Psychology: Pi Gamma Nu. FAY L. SH EETZ 2222 Highland Avenue, West Lawn, Pa. . . . The fun we had on the trips connected wit'h girls' varsity sports . . . . . . An ettervescent personality, funny antics in the bio lab, and a keen love for all sports are just a few ofthe things we'll remem- ber about Fay . . . German: Pi Alpha Tau Sorority, 4, Secretary, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, l, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Captaing German Club, l, 2, 3, Treasurer, 43 French Club, 2, Hockey, 2, 3, 45 Pi Tau Alpha, 4, Delta Phi Alpha, 3, 4. ARIANE IVI. SMILEY Abraham Lincoln Hotel, Reading, Pa. . . . Ariane on the back row of numerous English courses under "Pop" Harding . . . English: French Club, l, 2. ELIZABETH l. SH ROYER R. D. NO. l, Hyndman, Pa. . . . Those happy days in Sherman Cottage, Dorm life, and Albright's friendly spirit. . . . The Dorm girls couldn't have survived without the untailing aid ot Jez-independ- ent, tunloving, and hardworking . . . Home Economics: YWCA Cabinet, 3, 4, Treasurer, Alchemists, 25 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Secretaryg Pi Tau Alpha, 3, 4. . . Ten minute intervals between classes 1 LUCY JUNE SMITH Route 3, Hagerstown, Md. . . . The work, the play, and the personali- ties in the library . . . . . . Lucy's capable completion of every task she undertakes . . . 'her sweet disposi- tion . . . 'her ability to accumulate assorted turtles . . . English: Domino Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4, Albrightian Staff, I, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Editor, Cue, 4, Associate Editor, YWCA Cabinet, 3, Secretary, 43 Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, Secretary-Treas- urer, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 45 International Relations Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, German Club, I, 23 Pi Tau Alpha, 4, Vice-President: Women's Senate, 4, Dormitory Council, 4, Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority. I IRVIN SMITH 935 North lOth Street, Reading, Pa. . . The endless lines at registration . . , wi . . . Irvin's interest in Prof. Barth's course in Religion 4 . . . in ge Chemistry: Alchemists, 3, 4. ,C lnglisl ' O l f l 4 I Q . ROBERT SOKOL - 2460 Grand Avenue, New York 63, New York . . . By tar my most vivid memory iS - "Queenie" the car Hyman, Daniels, and I Ill owned . . . and ot course, the time Bea l0u Ribner and Shirley Reckoon fell in the ditch. . . . . . Sokol, AIbright's contender tor the wa honors now held by Sinatra, Crosby, and AI Oil Jolson . . . Hon Biology, Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta, 2, 3, 43 Albrightian Staff, 42 Skull and Bones, 43 Alchemists, 2, Domino, 2, Track, I. I dk'-X KATHARI NE MARY STOKES Crescent Parkway, Seagirt, New Jersey . . . The 'mouse-pie, the butterfly sand- wiches and caviar . . . . . . La Belle Stokes, the petite blonde who set many a masculine heart a-flutterin' . . . English: Tennis, l, 2, 3, 43 Sigma Tau Delta, 3, 4. MARION E. SWARTZ llll Maple Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. . . . Home Ec. field trips . . . most of all our visit in New York and the all night market tour . . . . . . We'll never forget Swartzie's gaily wagging tongue, her tirelessness in 'helping others, or 'her sheep-dog loo-k on rainy days . . . Home Economics: Basketball, 2, Albrightian Staff, 43 Cue, 43 YWCA Cabinet, 4, Vice-President, Heo Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra, l, 2, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 3, 4. CHARLES STU M P 461 Birch Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The many swell persons l have met and will never forget . . . . . . Charlie's mischievous grin and friendly drawl 'have caused many a co-ed's heart to flutter, and have also served 'him well as Pi Tau "dues collector" . . . Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Intramural Basketball, Track, 3, 43 Cue, Business Manager, 45 Alchemists, l, 2, 3, 4, Daymen's Club, l, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4 .4i..., LOIS E. TAYLOR 5l6 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. . . . The after-dinner music sessions witih Christie at the piano . . . . . . Lois, the girl with a smile and dimples, is interested in a full campus life- Albrightian, studies, social life, and sports . . . Home Econoimics: Albrightian Staff 2, 3, 4, Editorg Cue, 3, 43 Heo Club, l, 2, 3, 45 Pi Tau Alpha, 43 Hockey, l, 2, 3, Manager, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities. LESTER E SWAVTELY, JR. l35 Center Street, Birdsboro, Pa, ...The friendly atmosphere at Al- bright . . . . . . Always interested in a discussion of the state of the nation, or a session in Political Science . . . Business Administration: Daymen's Club, Veteran's Club. T: L-S "fi, S l MARY ELIZABETH UIVIBERC-ER 2lO2 Cabouse Avenue, Scranton, Pa. . . . The friendliness of everyone. . - those "hen sessions" in the Dorm . . . the lasting friends-hips l've made here at Al' bright . . . . . . Typing and juggling figures are The strong -points of gay Mary Beth . . . Biology: Glee Club, 33 Alchemists, 33 Cue, 4- l ball lin iallllf' Zlklzli ei ll All iwlllfil llurii lent lllg Y limi ,lu 3 Vi, I FW, X x . .. ,.,a,, , V -V K2 C-EO-RC-E U ROSEVICH l i9 Old Cranberry Street, Hazleton, Pa. . . The Kappa pledge banquet . . . . . . "Big Ceorge",afavorite vvit-h the foot- ball fans . . . Social Science: Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity, Football, 2, 3, Cap- tain, 43 Basketball, 3, 45 Intramural baseball, 3, 43 Future Teach- ers of America, 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, 4. f"S fl- ' WILLIAM W. WALB 4l9 Fern Avenue, Reading, Pa. . . . The formation of the Veblen Club during my freshman year at Albright . . . . . . Willie's capable management of Stu- dent Council affairs during his senior year, his popularity on campus . . . Social Science: Alpha Pi Omega Custodian, 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 3, 45 Day Student's Club, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Veteran's Club, Treasurer, 23 Future Teachers of America, 4. pAvip Q. voiof l5l9 North Fourteenth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Those glorious Pi Taus . . and the debates on the floor of Albright's congress, the Student Council! . . . . . . Sports, sports, and more sports, with casual references to the glories of Pi Tau Fraternity form the major theme of Dave's remarks . . . his journalese style of writing is extended even to 'his history reports . . . History: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity, 4, Vice-Presidentg Student Coun- cil, 3, 4g International Relations Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, Pi Gamma Mu, 45 Sigma Tau Delta, 4, Albrightian Staff, 3, 4, Sports Editor, Veteran's Club, 3, 4, Cue, 3, 4, Sports Editor. . .-.,.1 ..,- .. . C-ERALDINE AMY WENTZEL 2702 Penn Avenue, West Lawn, Pa. . . .The many wonderful friends l've found in four, short years . . . . . . Genuine friendliness, versatility, poise, and able leadership are but a few of Jerry's qualities to aid 'her in the teaching profession and to be remembered by her fellow Al- brightians . . . English: Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4g Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, 43 Delta Phi Sigma, 3, 4, Vice-Presidentg Pi.Gamma Mu, 4, German Club, l, 2, 3, Presidentg International Relations Club, l, 2, 3, President, 4, Pi Tau Alpha, 43 French Club, 23 Debate Squad, l, 2, 3, 43 Albrightian Staff, l, 2, 33 Orchestra, lg Women's Senate, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, President, Wh0's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Oratorical Prize, l945. DALE SARC-E WEBER l365 Locust Street, Reading, Pa. . . . My first summer session back on the campus, the informality and the friendly get- togethers after classes . . . . . . Dale's quiet friendliness, his interest in good 'music . . . Psychology: Kappa Tau Chi, l, 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, 45 Philoso phy Club, 3, 43 Daymen's Club, l, 2, 3, 4. Q i g ' JCI-lN WERNER l4 Chestnut Street, lvlohnton, Pa- . The vacations . . . . . . His sly wit and humor, his efficienCY at handling the APO treasury . . . . ' T Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega, 3. Tfeff5U"er'b4'2ln3l mural Football, 43 Veteran's Club, 3, 49 D-Wmens Clu ' ' ' my B GERALD WH ITE 226 Spruce Street, West Reading, Pa. . My A.P.O. pledgeship . . . . . . Gerald's quiet friendliness . . . Science: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity, 2, 3, 43 Alchemists, 3, 4. I STEPHEN WINTER IZ49 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading, Pa. . Summer session I944 . . . . . . A grade A student, a grade A guy? pledge-master of the Pi Tau's . . . an inhabi- tant of the Science Hall . . . Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity, I, 2, President, 3, 4, Debate Squad, lg International Relations Club, I, 2, President, 3, 43 Student Council, 2, 3, Alchemists, President, 3, 41 Pl'1II0S0DI'1Y Club, 4, Albrightian, 4, Sophomore Mathematics Award. RICHARD WHITE l609 North Tenth Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The many friends acquired in my fres-hman year and every year since, both witih- in and outside of the Kappa Fraternity . . . . . . The possessor of the handsome face, who can usually be seen in cfhe-m lab . . . the proud family man . . . Chemistry: Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity, 2, 3, Treasurer, 43 Al- chemists, 2, 3, President, 43 German Club, 2, Student Council, 2. ' JOH N WOYNAR'OWS-KI l33 South Twelfth Street, Reading, Pa. l . . The Science department . . . . Johnny's looking for a name that will 1 fit on his shingle when he's ready to -hang it over 'his door . . . , 1, 2, 3, 4. , l l l l l Biology, Chemistry: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, Cue Staff, 43 1 Skull and Bones, l, 2, 3, Vice-President, 43 Student Council, Vice-President, President, 45 Orchestra, l, 2, 3, Daymen's Club, FRED cARL woLF, JR. 692 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee , , , Living in the S-klover Memorial Room of the Zeta l-louse with George Koehler and Mr. Ninivaggi . . . . . . Fred's capabilities and ease with aca- demicsg the deep South and c'hivaIry in wolf'5 clothing, discourse with gesture , , , ad, mired for his winsomeness in friends-hipg 3 capable leader, a man of convictions, e true friend . . . Social Science: Alpha Pi Omega, Chaplain, 3, 4, Editor of the Cue, Kappa Tau Chi, 3, 4, Pi Gamma lvlu, 3, President, 4, lnterna- tional Relations Club, 3, President, 4, German Club, 35 Honorary German Fraternity, 3, 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4. - Q g et ' 1 S HELEN CARO-L ANN WRIGHT 248 Main Street, Johnstown, Pa. .Room22... . . . An engaging smile, a friendly CQU- versation, a passion for sleep . . . HO, Wllll this "Wright"you can't go wrong . . . Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu, 4, Treasurer, Alchemists Club, 2, 3: Heo Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketbaii, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cue 4- D0 318 ll Mill Znllnllllll 11111 ' ', D011 lllll ller Sll plexil look flat 1 ' ' Wg: Sllmll Weekil 1 llld, 11, ,El llllalg ll , 11 lgstdc list lg wh 1, 5 'Y 'N 'tial R tiff, e will, ah 'l 'H Will- ie l . "-af. llendshil . ll llqmzami lldlulllei M"-lzlf lu'-in We p. T NNN ll ,WW smile' 3 lllell asleep , .,,,lfa-8 I U' 4, irfg ll 3 ill if U DOROTHY M. YEAC-ER 8l8 North Sixth Street, Reading, Pa. , , , Making and keeping appointments and "enl-ig'htening" conferences in the Blue Room . . . , , , Dot's ability to understand, combi-ned with her sincere friendliness . . . her per- plexed look before and after the Spanish class . . . Sociology: Spanish Club, 3, 4, Veteran's Club, 3, 4. ' M' ROBERT E. ZEIGLER l4l7 Fern Avenue, Reading, Pa. - . . The excellent times we had at the Y Week-end retreats . . . . . . Bob's quiet friendliness, his unfailing good VUTUVGZ and his devoted participation in the religious life of the campus . . . gmfial Science: YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, President, Kappa Tau Phl,.2, 3, President, 4, International Relations Club, 2, 3, Vice- Vfesldenfi 4, Albrightian Staff, l, 2, 3, Philosophy Club, 3, 4, lCe'Pr?5'deVlTi Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, 2, 3, Chaplain, 4, Who S Who in American Colleges and Universities. HEBER YEAGLEY 626 North Second Street, Reading, Pa. . . . The experiences l?l in the Science Hall and the trials lll and tribulations of the Pi Tau's . . . . . . The truck-a Science Hall Male--and unl-imited energy marks He-ber as one of our future doctors . . . Biology, Chemistry: Pi Tau Beta, Treasurer, 3, President, 3, Dom- ino Club, l, 2, 3, Alchemists, 3, 4, Skull and Bones, 3, 4, Day Student's Club, President, 3, Secretary, Junior Class, Student Council, 3, 4. The following, whose pictures are not in- cluded in the senior section, graduated with the class of l948: WALTER DUNCAVAGE 207 South Street, Tamaqua, Pa. EDVVARD REIDER 713 North Eleventh Street, Reading, Pa. i l SENIOR POPULARITY CONTEST MOST POPULAR PROFESSOR .... . . . Lewis E. Smith MOST I-IANDSOME BOY .... .... J ames F. Brusch PRETTIEST CIRL . . . . . . Betty Cusano CLASS WIT .... . .......... . . . Robert Morgan BEST ATI-ILETES . . . Jeanne M. Flickinger, George Urosevich WOMAN MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED and SENIOR WI-IO HAS DONE MOST FOR ALBRICII-IT ......................... Marjorie Christ MAN MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED and BEST ALL-AROUND STUDENT ........., Fred C. Wolf, Jr. V.V, v,.i - - V , lr tlui l Q f . K 5 . "Albright College . . . endeavours to conserve and develop the moral and religious life of its students . . . " - . , , ' , . zyxf, J , ' ,A,',fv , - , ,,.:0, 53 ' 1 l V7 amd Religious Life - - ' I ex eri . - h In relugnous and more P ' Opportunity fOr SVOWI 0 as ence is provided . . . THE Y RETREATS ARE A HIGH POINT IIXI EACH SEMESTER Albright College was established by the Evangelical Clhurcfh to provide a higher education for her young people. The founding fathers, how- ever, were convinced that it should not be a purposeless education, but rat-her that the training given should have a Christian objective. This fun- damental purpose of the school -has never been lost throughgthe years and it remains as the basic reason for the continued existence not only of Albright College, but of most of the comparable denominational Lib- eral Arts colleges in America. It is our firm conviction that religion should deal with all of life, giving dynamic, purpose, and direction to the future leaders of A-merica through its edu-cational institutions. ln consequence, we have a well rounded religious program on our campus. We do not desire to coerce any of our students, hence, with the exception of required chapel attendance, partici- pation in the religious programs is voluntary. lt is gratifying to note, however, that a large proportion of our student body enters actively into the Y activi- ties and the other religious programs. lt is equally satisfying to note that there is not a la-ck of the finest kind of student leadership in our Clhristian organizations on campus. A large 'proportion of the most capable of our student leaders seek a means to express their abilities through Christian avenues. THE REV. EUGENE H. BARTH, S.T.lVl. Director of Religious Activities ln a day when our civilization faces a grave crisis, there is a tremendous need for men and women of sterling Christian character' to deliver us from despair. We maintain that the fundamental teachings of Jesus are essential to the establishment of peace and world brotherhood. The objectives of Albright College, and of the religious organizations on our ca-mpus, are based in this conviction. ln consequence, we urge our students to seek to express this objective by active participation in our varied Christian organizations and programs. A man without convictions is like food without salt. Ours is a world of con- fli-cting forces. lt takes a power to defeat a power. A dynamic C'hristian faith is needed to overcome the diabolic forces warring in' our world. We have faith that the coming generations will find and live by that kind of faitlh. EUGENE H. BARTH. ' " the campus religious organizations . " . in THE YWCA CABINET Meeting together as the Combined Y Cabinet, these members of t-he YMCA and YWCA sponsor and direct the weekly Tuesday night meetings ot tihe Y. Meaningful worshi-p experiences, dynamic Christian principles, whole- some recreational programs, helpful Frosfh guidance-these are the high aims ot the students guiding the Y activities. YMCA CABINET OFFICERS President ..... Marjorie Christ Vice-president . . Marian Swartz Secretary ....... Doris Downes :Tak Treasurer .... Elizabeth Shroyer Frontro llftt 'h-' - . W e O "8 fl- KIYUHO, Christ, S. Miller. Second row: Swartz, Shroyer, Downes, Messersmith, Hicks, Rein, Seibert, L. Smith, Rev. Barth THE YMCA CAB I N ET ln the pursuit of t-hese ideals, such memorable events as tlhe Y Retreats, Christmas carolingg Lenten and Easter servicesg racial, industrial, and political discussions, works-hops, and the Spook Party made the entire campus feel an integral part of the student Christian group. Bible Class and Vespers were weekly events, with both students and faculty participating. The Y cheerfully shoulders its sfhare in constructing a well-rounded' cam-pus program. YMCA CABINET OFFICERS President ...... Robert Ziegler Vice-president . William Marlow Secretary .... .... J o-hn Snook Treasurer . . . . Elmer Good Front row lleft to rightl : Zeigler, Kopp, Rev. Barth. Second row: Good, Marlow, Henry, Snook. Missing from picture: Bird, Reside. rit which will encourage and lt seeks to maintain a spin . h H develop leaders for the Christian Churc . . . Front row lleft to rightl : Young, Hummer, Marlow, l-lertzog, Rev. Barth, Keim. Second row: C-ruber, Zeigler, Lochner, Kopp, Bretz. Third row: D. Bailey, Snook, Walker, Stoudt, Nace. Fourth row: Mech, Collen, Hendrickson, Wolf, Cattermole. Missing from picture: Kachel, Snyder, Reside. M KAPPA TAU CHI Kappa Tau Chi is an 'honorary fraternity limited to pre-ministerial students at Albright. Its contribution to the religious element of campus life is primarily the promotion of the Christian 'ministerial challenge tfhrough the mutual aid and encouragement of its members. The four ideals which are at the quick of the organization are spirituality, sacrifice, scholarship, and service. lts members try to apply the Christian ethic to their campus activities and to serve their fellow students. The meetings featured discussions of the practical problems of the young minister, the demands of the first charge, and the challenge of the ministry. Prominent Christian speakers provided the direction and inspiration necessary to maintain the high ideals and purpOSGS of the fraternity on the campus and to carry them onward into future service. Nlllllllffff as X ix R President .... . . Cerald l-lertzog Q X . . 2 Vice-president . .. .. William Marlow . 1 in SGCl'G'fEil'y .... ,, Eldon Sn der .---'t X Q Y :g g Treasurer . . . . . . 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The Kappas were the intra-mural football champions and qualified for the final play-offs in basketball. The gat-heri-ng of Kappa alumni at Homecoming was the largest in years, The Homecoming banquet and dance, lheld at the Tower Hotel, -was an outstand- ing social event. Eight seniors will graduate this year, and with them go the best wishes of the Fraternity. OFFICERS President .... . . Ralph Cocking Treasurer ........ Richard White Vice-president . . . . . Marvin C-etz Sergeant-at-Arms . . Eugene Duffy Secretary .... . . Howard C-uldin Chaplain ....... . . Arthur Diaz Faculty lVlember.Dr. Clarence Horn fig: iff wx.. iff.- 'yati I .'-'.L 'A if:---gif 9 Vvqif ,gy HUB!! 4 V fr . N fe Q. . U" 1,1 M7 .W ,lip X '- .f 1- ' K ' F ' o .xx 1-No Q a 9 . P ' 1,.ff-s.,. , 9 .' o V' 59 00. .. -I N- ' 3"f"7' "xi-'52 A . 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Plaskonos K k I' e Opposite page, reading from left to rightl : Front row: Hag- DUHY, Diaz, Guldin. ,Securing l'lbzvl,lVlSlnOW5kl, Mr. Widdowson, R. White, Mertz, Getz, Cocking, Plaskonosv 5- Be-yerle, Fromuth. Mzgrigl-Clzewskl' F"a"1TZ, Urosevich, Duncavidge, Adams, lvl. Picture: R. Beyerle, Shaeffer, 5hgIlenbergLe":5,MZc3JEum, B, Smith, LaRue, C-uss. Missing frOm I . i wil i ll I ill' I, will l 1' ' ff ' l"f7 4 .iff-' IW' ' .. We tlgf. Eid f, - . 5.5! . 'Vfwb' rllb' gfru if iw' til rezitls . l:iei'sGesl 'zl-sim" lesflri - Silents. Z' ll-lil gg l'l,i Wad V " i mmm WOMEN'S C-LEE CLUB Sfudent Director . . . . Marjorie Christ Manager . . . . . Miriam Kramer Acgompanist . . . . . Janet Tonkin Members in picture on opposite page: Front row Cleft to rightl : Lichtenberger, Matten, Clouser, Douty, Seibert, Morgan. Second row: Moyer, Hornberger, Bolton, Christ, Costenbader, Harris, J, Ruth. Third row: Fry, Kachel, Reynolds, F. Bailey, M. Smith, P, Wright. Fourth row: Tonkin, S. Miller, Kramer, Huber, J. Snyder, G. Miller, M. Miller, E. Brown. Cfhapel programs, church concerts, radio broadcasts, school recitals . . . the Men's C-lee Club and the Women's C-lee Club are among the best of Albright's "off-campus" representatives. No magnet, other than the sound of their voices, is needed to draw an audience. Dr. Duddy, assisted by his student leaders, has made of the Clee Clubs two musical organizations of which the campus can be justly proud. Their work has enabled the student body to become familiar with the best in choral music. MEN'S C-LEE CLUB f Q . . "f MARJORI E CHRIST Student Director i l i l l DR. JOHN H. DUDDY Professor of Voice, Piano, and Organ I Student Director . . . . . . Donald Liddicoat Manager- ...... . . Richard Cattermole Dlrecmf - -. . . . Dr. John H. Duddy Members in Dicture on opposite page: Front row: Walker, Bretz, Llddlcoalv BOYSV, W. Schaeffer Naceg Second row: Ebling, ...W ....... Roms Heftzog, G. Bailey, R. iviiiier, D. Baileyy Third row: DONALD LIDDICOAT Marlow, Broskey, 'V. Miller, W. Kehler, Young, EFUGS, Caffef' Student Director mole, Manzolillo, J. Savidge, D. Smith, Farscht. ORCHESTRA Many pleasant evenings of music entertainment is afforded the student body by this group of thirty-five student musicians. Albrightians and their friends crowd the dining hall for each concert. Their appreciation of the work done by the Orchestra and its director, Prof. Hans Nix, is indicated by enthusiastic applause, vvfhic-h greets eac-h selection played. President . . . . . Marjorie Christ Manager . . . . . . William Clouser Director . . .. Professor Hans Nix L ft f - - - P Nix lcgriglggrsleiidlsr, J. Snyder, Schock, Pomroy, Rentz, Riegner, Funk, Emes, Professor Hans l Skinner. Farschf Fiusxughtl Magee' Winner, Henry, Clouser, Witman, Pullis, Christman, E 1 , an i ort, Plymyer, Stufzman, J. Rothermel. Missing from picture: Bratton, noch, Lackey, D. White, Christ, Simon, MARCHING BAND Football would not be complete without the crash of the cymbal, the blare of the trumpet, and the rumble of the bass drum. Besides producing spirited music, the marching band contributes 'much of the pomp and glory of foot- ball games. Not only does the band make a dramatic entrance across t-he field, but it also maneuvered clever formations during the -half periods. Drum majorettes and a color guard have joined the ranks of the band and add glamour by the twirling of batons and brilliant flashes of color across the green. A new addition to this year's band, the drum major leads the band into drills and formations. Vwfithout a doubt, the band provides a desirable addition to the "Pigskin Parade." OFFICERS Drum Major ...... John Flickinger President ........... Jay Plymer Manager and Drill Master Director ..... Professor Hans Nix Jack Witman Front row lleft to-rightl: Frederich, Matten, Nomiyama, Kiyono, Holl. Second row: Seibert, Chanin, Wentzel, Morrison, Seisler, L. Smith. Third row: Walb, Parker, Hallacher, Dr. Hamil- ton. Fourth row: Fidler, Zeigler, Harper, Harp, Hechler, Wolf, Hayum, D. Voigt, Dersh. Missing from picture: Bresler, Behler, Downes, C-uistwite, Thompson, Winter. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The UNO and its varied activities . . . the regional IRC conferences . . . the Model UN Assembly at Cornell . . . all these occupied the time and talent of the active members of IRC. As part of its program, the Club -held several meetings which were open to the student body. The active membership is limited to twenty-five members of the student body, but the Club endeavours to interest the entire college in its activities. As part of its services to the college, the IRC made the first contribution of film strips to the new Library collection of audio-visual aids to education. The IRC maintains a library of its own and the books are available to students of the College. OFFICERS President . . . . . Fred C. Wolf, JI? Vice-president . . .... David Voigf ' Secretary . . . . . I-UCY Smith Qs V Treasurer . . ........ DoriS Downes D Advisor . . . . . Dr. Milton W. Hamilton Front row: Prof. Haskell. Second row: Fidler, Seibert, Frederick, Weber, Zeigler. Missing from picture: Winter, R. Miller, Snyder, Kachel. PHI'LO'S'O'PHY CLUB The Philosophy of Social lnstitutio-ns was the over-all theme of the Philosophy Club which began the year with preliminary discussions on faith and reason. The Church, the Family, Education, Recreation, a Utopian Society-t-hese were the institutions discussed in the approach to a deeper appreciation of today's problems. A meeting reflecting on the Philosoplhy of a World State was open to all creative thinkers, The question-"ls the purpose of t-he universe good?"- was the basis for a stimulating debate. The culminating event is the annual banquet when an outsta-nding personage in the field of philosophical research challenges the group. 5 .'7"'7 .a.. 3' s fm". OFFICERS S OROANW S O . 193 , ., President ...... . . Violette Seibert Vice president . . . . . . Robert Zeigler , Secretary . . ..... Ray Fidler f.' Treasurer .. .... Charles Kac-hel ,E OSOPHY g Advisor . . . . Prof. Ellery B. Haskell 'itggwi - v , 1 'a"1'b. as V 'Q , 1 'u 44" , ' 'c..o""' v - vvY"1'fJllg Hn 4 'fl' 5 J 12 eo e,: . o X 1.-kr:-gb an-u., '11123 12:53. n. N wil li wars: x , nfl, :V 1 'v 'lb at W5- i?'y N OV- 'gli "' V 'ffl 4'-'1 3 V64 MJ ba : 29,1 o 00 '01 Oo A ' N 5 P :fu Ns? 233 N101 'S N I1 0 c 2:54 . . gfgifc K 5- '::3'- Q , -S .ez ' "V 'Q Q QP :W 1213 P gag: yn.: fa. 31:5 H' L aff? 'f:iE- an 1.1131 .ll 5113" r4.1 'L 'i::::, S455 455147 " . 1. nl ll I ' ' 1 n I '- F "' . ,T 3. i- 'Jn R Q 'gt g' 9' ' OJ la,- , ol, 0 s g cr -'f'311.:f:f.' fd' ' DOMINO CLUB The Domino Club offers those students with a flair for acting 0,- an interest in drama an opportunity to put their talents to use in its productions and work-shop meetings. This year the club successfully initiated a new program of work- shop periods as a part of its regular program. The grgup, Under the guidance of lvlrs. Annadora Vesper, made special studies of the progress of the drama from the early Creek to the contem- porary modern dramatists. Special attention was given to The Contributions of Shakespeare, and the continental dramatists, 35 well as those of Britain, Ireland, and America. Special periods were devoted to the study of production techniques. Domino's productions this year have proven the value of this organization as an integral part of the cultural life on campus, Beginning the season with Eugene Oi'Neill's "Ah, Wilder'ness," the club was well rewarded by enthusiastic applause for its ambitious dramatic work. The production of "Family Portrait" was acclai-med as a 'highlight of the Lenten season. i oFFicERs President ............ Norman Telsey Vice-president . . . . Violette Seibert Secretary ..... . . Esther Savidge Treasurer . . ........ Ralph Stoudt Advisor . . . . . Mrs. Annadora Vesper r F - . . ront row lleft to rightl . McFarland Chanin, Seibert, Bratten, Stoudt, Telsey, C . ' DZ?:1TD':lgadSr'DMOerdeV, E. Savidge. Second row: Haller, Lockner, Christ, lvl. , . ombro, Sieber. Third row- B J S4 . ' I . . ones, Marlow, Snook, Cood, L. Fggrth row. Cocking, .Fausnaught, D. Bailey, Walker, Nace, Hayum. g m plcture' MCK'lTf'Ck,,'COunder, Sanger, Bresler, Knouse. LA SOCIEDAD CULTURAL ESPANOLA This organization, formerly known as the Spa-nish Club, is rela- tively new to the campus, since it was organized only last year It was formed to promote the study and use of the Spanish Ian! .,.,. . Co guage. In order to accomplish this, Spanish is spoken whenever Ocf 63, possible during the monthly meetings. The club is a member of f0.55Eff3555gg,,, ',.' fs Q O the Hispanic Institute, which hasiheadquarters in New York City Ig Through membership in the Institute, La Sociedad and its memf ,.,.,. , ffffiff bers receive material and helpful suggestions which aid in planning programs for Pan-American Day and for its annual Spanish dinner. Anyone is eligible for membership, but tO become ,.,. 5 ,g gfgffffff a fully recognized member, a pledge must give some skit or stunt in the Spanish language. OFFICERS President ..... . . . Mary E. Fry Vice-president . . . . Nancy Nlatten Secretary .... .. . Helen Siebel- Treasurer ......... Samuel Santaspirt Advisor ..... Miss Consuelo Rodriguez Front row lleft to rightl : Santaspirt, Sieber, Miss Ward, Matten, Fry. Second row: Lyman, Reynolds, Himmelstein, Morrison, Cohn, I-Ioll, Spring. Third row: Tonkin, M. Miller, I-Ioppaugh, Lauver, Downes. Fourth row: I-Iuber, Davenport, Mellinger, Savage, Long, Pedota, Stockler. Fifth row: Yeager, Orlando, Diaz, Manzolillo. Missing from picture: I-Iossman, Matter, Roney, Clawges, McKenna, Rishel, P. Ciuldin, Cocking, Thompson, Miss Rodriguez. Senior Members of Delta Phi Alpha are: lTop rowl Wentzel, Keller, Morrison. lSecond rowl Sheetz, Bachman, Binder, Wolf, Undergraduate members: Hottenstein, Bechtel, Seisler. DELTA PHI ALPHA Delta Phi Alpha, national 'honorary German, fraternity, aims to be the Phi Beta Kappa in t-he field of German studies. Since its beginning seven years ago, the group has striven to present programs which are beyond the reach of the average undergraduate German Club. Students who are majoring in the field of German 'have t-he opportunity to present tlhe results of their studies to an appreciative audience. Juniors who have maintained a B average in two years of college German are eligible for membership. OFFICERS President ..... ..... W alter Keller Vice-president ..... Geraldine Wentzel Secretary . . . .... Dorothy Seisler Treasurer . . . . . Henrietta Morrison Front row ileft to rightl 2 Engle, Boothroyd, Rath, Bresler, Bechtel, S. Johnson, Walb, Lackey Woynarowski. Second row: Borgstrom, Flickinger, P. Ruth, Dersh, Koehler, Bird. Third row Brusch, Hechler, Cocking, D. 'Voigt, Yeagley, Moser. Fourth row: Carson, Marlow, Dexter Fidler. Missing from picture: Shenk, Savage, Thompson, Fox, Good, P. Brown, Reed. STU DENT COUNCIL "l'd like to make a motion, Mr. President." That's the echo resounding from Room lO3 every Thursday afternoon. This is t'he meeting place for our student council. Although there may be moments of -heated deibate and times of seem- ingly superficial discussion, this governing body aims to solve all student problems. Every member is free to voice his opinion, with the hope that through sucfh democratic procedure each issue will be introduced an-d receive due consideration. The faculty advisers must be given much credit for their participation in 'helping to make this student government function pro-perly. Council has many functions to fulfill, most being in a supervisory capacity. Frosh orientation is one of the initial programs, but it would be impossible to name the complete calendar of events. Some of the activities are: the lvy Ball, May Day, the Friday night dances, Parents' Week-end, and Stunt Night. We are indeed fortunate in having ai Student Council, and if its past achieve- ments are any criteria, it will continue to prosper in the future. QFFICERS ADVISORS President ..., , , , William Walb Professor Anna H. Smith Vice-president . John Woynarowski Professor Consuelo Rodriguez Treasurer .... .... W arren Engle Professor JO'l"n W- Kl"OUfl Secretary . . . . . . Adele Boothroyd Professor Eugene H. Barth 9 Y Front row lleft to rightl : Sieber, P. Wright, C-erberich, Wentzel, Rein, ClfII'lST, l-- Smith, Kffffef- Second row: Bray, Davenport, Thompson, lvloerder, Berger, Kramer, 5- Miller, G- Mlllef, Selslef- Missing from picture: Roadarmel. WOM EN'S STU DENT SENATE On the third Wednesday evening of a-ny month, the Women's Senate 'holds a big "pow wow", Within the sanctity of Selwyn Parlor, eighteen Day and Dorm representatives work together on important matters concerning all women students that are not of an academic -nature. The organization presents forums on social problems and personal development. Whenever possible, guest speakers are invited to the campus to advise college women on t-he choosing of a vocation. The Women'-s Senate presents fortnightly teas, at which time faculty and students alike join in congenial fellowship. ln previous years, the annual Mardi C-ras, night of gaiety, has been sponsored by this organization. orricrras President .... . . Geraldine We-ntzel Vice-president ........... Cleta Rein Secretary-Treasurer . . Marian Gerberich Advisor ...... Helen Baker Silverthorne Dean of Women 6,4 -4 ' "1.ww.,... .r ' DAYWO M E N DAYM EN I WBC Uqc le1 ASQIIIW ecan the w n orde be covera Tl lhe fir Fuser who Seated lleft to rightl: Hohl, D. Stavrides, Bresler, Seibert, Chanin, Knouse, R. Reed, Seidel, Ravi-tz, Borgstrom, Fry, Wagner, Poore, Pierce, Tonkin, Reynolds, Lyman. Standing lleft to rightl : Hoffman, Schlegel, W. Voigt, Kern, Hayum, Brusch, M. Rosen, Roland, Werley. THE ALBRIGHTIAN Aspiring journalists wit-h printer's ink in their veins comprise the staff of the campus newspaper, "The Albrightiann. 'Fheirs is the task of finding out tthe "who, what, when and where" of campus activities. In order that every student may obtain :his copy every Tuesday, eac-h staff member has a duty to perform. To the reporter, the task of complete news coverage, to the sports writer, the chore of highlighting men's and wo-men's athletic activities, to the feature writer, the tricks of clever "quippery"g to tfhe financial operator, the job of maintaining a proper balance between "Assets and Liabilitiesng to the editors, the task of assembling a newspaper from a mass of separate articles. Motto and Byword: "Beat That Deadlinenl "Albright College recognizes its responsibility to provide for the vocatiO needs and interests of its students." ocatlonal I l I l fs X i Q. Aa, y.. , iii 1 'QVfi.. 1 W'7M?7C", f. 'Liu , ZA W X X SN 95 x -,- -..ax 421555735-V 5 K 5 , X i. , Q . .. k 9, Q. . Qi X x ' x - x S , ,un 4 Qi fr nv ,. 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In February, those deemed worthy of being members of the Sorority were given bids. After a six-week p-robation period, they were inducted into the Sorority. A tea for PAT Sorority was given at the -home of Miss Ernestine Elder. The social season was closed with a spring dinner-dance held at Bynden Wood. OFFICERS First and Second Semesters President ......... Grace Miller Vice-president Jean Borgstrom Corresponding Secretary if Mary E, Fry Recording Secretary Jeanne Flickinger Treasurer .... Helen Carol Wright Advisor ..... Miss Ernestine Elder Chaplain: Margaret Fisher lMrs. Robertl Dombro Honorary Members: Miss Ernestine Elder, Mrs. Annadora Vesper, Mrs. Harry V. Masters SUM V, Q-ef it ffl Esta Members lin group pictur Fr Y, Bor St G . e OP 0DDOsiTe page, reading from left to rightl : Front row: V. Miller, . S rom' ' M'lle'3 WV'8hT, FllCl4lnger, M. Dombro, Cusano. Second row: Hicks, Mellingef, ms, eYl'1Olds Long Courtney Rein I-lo M I f Ha D ! n , j , - ' l l . m plCi'UI'eI Saflgef, COS'l'Gl'1lDBClGF. man C aughllny Huber, B001-hroyd lvllssmg ro -5 i,.,P5Fg3fF,!15g.-q:af.V,.,-,......,,,,, ::,.:...- .1 I w 1 . .,,., 1 gh .-naw,-.-,4,uvf.,vf.f.-vw:--mn.-.mn., ...-.. ,.1u-.mm.xn...s.,.LA...-.,,........- .-.-....., ,-,,, . .Arw- fm an 1 PHI BET -,QQ H fy, M412 A, fine , R 1 . jg? f .' , , . , V . yy gghfzyiamm q 'W -'Q-A . ...--..A - ......,,,,.Y - .---,.. -.. .,.-., W V- ' - 'ff ---- v f - -14-,-1as...:ne.u:.n.v..,.l,,,.,,---:,--V-.--.. - . ..V...,-.. ,,,xF:J l I - l l l JEROME ANSEAUME, a French child, "'adopted" by the Women's Student Senate. Albrlght College attempts to develop these :deals by encouragmg the students to participate In campus organizations oc - - ' l - , . . . . . . . . . 19 l l 0 I I g Student Organizations " . which provide experience in social and civic rela'fiOI'1S - - Front row lleft to rightl: Good, Engle, Pringle, McLaughlin, Swope, Morgan, Fidler, Nahm, J. Moyer, R. Miller. Second row: Crawford, Lamberson, E. Davis, Crozier, C-. Lakow, Reeser, Brusch, Allen, W. Boyer, Koehler, Keener, Himmelberger. Third row: Kopp, Reeves, Bower, Woodring, C-. Bailey, Pullis, Harp, Carson, Woynarowski, Walb, Mull. Fourth row: l-laller Snook, Marlow, Killian, Tucci, Lieb, Rowe, Werner, Liddicoat, Diaz, Ansbach, Wolf, Manzolillo Harper. Fifth row: Cocking, Zimmerman, Krecker, Chelius, Anlian, Mallow, LaRue, Evans Diehm, Coleman, Reed, Sokol, D. Voigt, Hayum, Potts. Sixth row: Seifert, D. Johnson, W. Miller, Braun, D. Rottermel, Witman, Stewart, l-l. Lebo, l-lenry, Winter, Markowitz. ! ! D f Q 'T . ,FR The Veterans Club was organized in l9-46 -' ' ART 6' and is young in comparison to the other Y' I gig, X21 . ,-. 42. Vlgfnff .. . . - , S traditional clubs, societies, and fraternal " , 2515? .1-GA. el ' A :VII lj, orders of the campus. The over all pur C5 lj. if-.Q:"H 'fnpflgllrl,1lIlllfINXN-' pose of this club is to promote Patriot- 1 H SA 5 MN 4 ,,a 'Q3 ll ll E! in -3-fd - - - . , S- if .:- 'ZQ5 ,,,,22f.l iir.:.1.,.5gy" ism and Americanism with a zeal equal to 5, - 1 that with which they demonstrated and 'M 03. .- 'f'!ff'!?" . . . . 42-55,0 - g g g defended during our crucial period of war. . SEMPER FIDCELISS ' 'Phe Veterans Club has made available ' f . information concerning termination of ,fm ffllmg qv. awww? benefits, re-instatement of lapsed insur- ance policies, pending C-.l. legislation, and . .' H- ther inform t' f l im. ,y M o a ion o va ue to veterans. lt is responsible for all Memorial Chapel 'YES C0 , V: - 3 Q. - .--- i .. Services on the campus. - f,W"'f4' ' 6:3 W-L 5 t 3 OFFICERS .- President.. . .. . Warren Engle '9 4m-10 Vice-president . . . Connard Cramp Treasurer . . . . . . . . Elmer Good Faculty Adviser . . . Dr. Clarence I-lorn fl .,,.,--1""'s"aV .1 if 'Q IIIIII 141, - . . . A 9 L Top row lleft to rightl : Bresler, Keller, Strausserg at left, Robert White Beaver at right Schlegel Auermiller. DEBATE SQUAD . . . "Resolved: That a Federal World Government Should Be Formed' This is the question being debated this year by the Albright Debate Squad. The squad made its debut for the year at two chapel programs early in December. The Squad is open to all students of the College. The group meets weekly under the tutelage of Mr. Haas, the faculty advisor, to learn the forms and methods of debating and to acquire skill in formal argument by! holding debates among themselves. Debating schedules with other colleges were arranged by the stu- dent manager, Walter Keller. OFFICERS Student Manager .. Walter Keller Faculty Advisor . . . . . . Mr. Haas Front row lleft to rightl 1 Conner, W. Schaeffer. Second row: Kramer, Cunning- ham, Green, Deibert, Morrison, Bechtel, Keim, Dr. Memming. Third row: Horn- berger, Douty, Haller, Hottenstein, Romig, Hunsberger. Fourth row: Seibert, Sheetz, Strausser, D. Stavrides. Fifth row: Rein, Wentzel, Lochner, Ravitz, M Swartz, P. Brown, Dickert. Sixth row: B. Jones, Dersh, Bachman. Seventh row J. Savidge, Snook, Diehm, Evans. Missing from picture: Binder, Yarnell, H Schaefer, R. Miller, Guenther, Hornberger, K. Miller, Leavitt, Rentz, Comius DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN Strains of German songs coming from the Lower Social Room are an i-ndication that Der Deutsche Verein is in session. Under t-he enthusiastic guidance of Dr. Gerrit Memming, members of the Club enjoy singing, folk dancing, reading of poems, studies of great German personalities, German movies, and speaking "auf Deutschf By these means, a more extensive appreciation of Ger- man culture is attained. Highlighting the list of activities is tho beautiful C-hristmas 'program presented each year. A significant project of the group this year was the packing and sending of clothing to needy families in Germany. The large attendance at meetings supports the fact that this club is very popular with all students interested in the German language. OFFICERS President . . . . Henrietta Morrison Secretary . . ..... Jean Delbert Treasurer . . . . Charles Green . , . -,..--,--,-, - F..-s- --.-- - ...,..-,...........--vw-:"-'- -"- H .- yr-. .., .... i I A l r-.., n cial llllfl On, Under gmb6lS ll 5, gtulies liingllll n ol Oil' i .i, ies l5 ll' .kmgall Germll Front row lleft to ri htl ' Deibert Hornberger l-loll Daven ort Cohn Leavitt g ' , Y l p 9 l ! Sweetapple, Bird. Second row: Marquet, P. C-uldin, Magee, Capazello, McFar- land, Chanin, Roney. Third row: Soulges, McLoud, Calcasacco, Cattermole, Prof. Garlach, Cocking, Sieber, Porter, Behler. Missing from picture: Rothermel, Rhoades. LE CERCLE FRAN'CAl5 "Parles-vous francais? Mais oui, mais ouil" . . . of course, they speak French, but fluentlyl The members of Le Cercle Francais undertook a varied program during the past year. Some of the meetings were devoted to a consideration of the life and works of a famous author or com- poser with samples of his work presented by the members. Le Cercle Fra-ncais sent packages of clothing and food each month to students in war-torn France. This is one example of the contributions which the club 'has made toward cooperation and understanding between our own country and France. The study of the Frenc'h people and their customs has led to a recog- nition of the contributions of the French people to Western civilization. OFFICERS President . . . . Ralph Cocking Secretary . . ..... Helen Sieber Treasurer ........ Richard Cattermole Faculty Advisor ..... Prof. Elsie Carlacfh fl!'111!111 5 1 1,11 1 1 1 WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB W 1 1 , 11 1 1 U1 1 1 1 11111 1 1 1 .1 1 1 ' I 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 ' 11 1 1 1 ,111 1 1 111111 1 1.111111 1 11 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1111? 1 1 f1'11 1 1 1 111111 1 1 .1 N1 1 I 111111 1 1 11 1 11111 1 I 311111 ' I '5 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 A 111 1 1 1 4111 1 1 1 H11 1 1 1" 11 1 1111 1 1 11 11 1 1 f1'11'1 1 '1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 4' 1111 1 .1111 A1 11 1 '1' 1 1 1 1 12 1 11 1 111 11 MEN'S GLEE CLUB 11 111 1 1 1 111 111 1- 1 1111111 1 1 1111111 111 I 1 11 1 1111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 11 1 S 1111 11 1 1 11 1' 1 1 111 1 1 1 11111 11 A 1 1 1 1 1111 11 1 " 1111 V11 '. 111' 1 - 11 111 1 1 141 111 I 1 1' 1 ' 11 : 1 1 1 1 1 1' 11 'W 1 ' '11. 1 11 M111 111 1 2. 1' 11111 1 11 11 1 1 1 W 1 V1 11 I .1 11 ' 1 11 1 if 1 ' A 11 111 1 I 1' 11 1 11 1 111 1. 1' 1 1.1111 I. 1 111111 1 11 L 1 11,11 . 111 11 1 11' 1 11 11'1 111 ,a 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 v 11 V 1411 1 11 1 111 1,1111 1 Front row lleft to rightl : Bechtel, L. Smith, Ravitz, l-loll. Second row: Savage, Behler, Morrison, Capazello. Third row: Seisler, Stokes, Dr. Douds, Wentzel, l-lornberger. Fourth row: Calden, Fehr, Hallacher, Binder. Missing from picture: Bachman, Keller, Conroy, O'Connell, Seibert, D. Voigt. SIGMA TAU DELTA Striving to uphold its motto, "Sincerity, Truth, and Design", the Rho Beta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national honorary English fraternity, endeavors to advance the study of the chief literary masterpieces, encourage worthwhile reading, and pro- mote the mastery of written expression. Ambitious members -have the opportunity of submitting original creative work to "The Rectangle", the quarterly journal of the fraternity. T-he zenith of activities of the group is the induction cere- mony for new members. A spring banquet is another tradi- tio-nal occurrence. An English major with a B average fhas a good chance of being admitted to this organization. OFFICERS President ........ l-lenrietta Morrison Vice-president ......... Dorothy Hall Secretary-Treasurer .... Dorothy Seisler Advisor .......... Dr. John B. Douds .-....s..-... --,.. A .WM SQXT'-2' S. A 9 mr 5 - lr w r 1 . W .J W ii' 2 . ' M o w , .,.. -Gs.-1-J , t .... ,,, 5121" l 3' . ' cj , ao .-- .- i.-,. v...............,...,.... E-..-Quiz-...lc Q 1 - fi .,, , , ,L Front row lleft to rightl : Fromuth, Fidler, l-larp, L. Smith, Frederick, Wentzel, .Walib, Weber. Second row: R. Beyerle, Himmelberger, Young, Baro, Gipprich, Wolf, DF- Cell, Bemis, Df- Hamilton, D. Voigt, Casper. PI GAMMA MU Among the outstanding organizations- on campus is tlhe Pennsylvania Zeta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social Science Honor Fraternity. T-hose juniors and seniors who have a B average and twenty semester hours credit in the' field of the social sciences are eligible for me-mbership. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to promote leadership and scholarship among the members of the student body. It stresses the opportunities for greater service in dealing with social problems through the utilization of the study of the social sciences. Monthly meetings are 'held at which the chapter members present original papers in their field of interest. Following the presentation of the paperS, the group enters into a discussion of the problems formulated in the paperS- A banquet is held each year at the last meeting. At this time, both active and alumni members of the Society meet together. The guest of honor is 8 prominent speaker, GFFICERS ETX President ...... .. Fred C. Wolf, Jr. Vice-president ....... Walter CipDflC'l'W Secretary-Treasurer .... Dr. Milton C-eil I i l it ' i it ,ff . af? 5 if x if Q - ...ff dvr-mm.. .. ..., .. ....,,a..e.- ..,..-- -1 M- ...f L- s ..f-,,.,.f,.g.'-.-3. - .1 - --2--,L A.: -A 1-0-I-" "-" nel, Walla, Weber Geil, Bennig lli. nnsylvania lell ,mor lratemll- , Semester llllt lll .gholafshiv Ml inities for art ation ot the Slull rs PreS9fll olllnl ion ol the lapel. . tx lated 'fl militia time' S est of h fl: gu onli icER5 V lf all Fred J Waltefcllll alot HDLM K.. Front row fleft to rightl : Batdorf, Dr. Handorf, Haag. Dr. Scoles, Prof. Danford, Dexter. Second row: Cooper, Yeagley, Kemp, Koniecki, Winter, Markowitz, Moerder, Pierce, G. Bailey, Dersh. Third row: Clouser, Cittelman, Witman, Dershowitz, Heberling, B. Jones, Kramer, W. Johnson, E. Seisler, Stump. Fourth row: Hechler, Tucci, D. Snyder, Killian, Diehm, Sokol, Evans, K. Wagner, Stavrides, Cuss, Anlian. Fifth row: Porter, Sarge, 'Dohner, F. Neuroth, Pullis, Walters, B. Smith, Chambers, Krecker, S. Beyerle, Feeg, Kubisen, Koch, Woodring. Sixth row: Moser, Westner, S. Johnson, Kidd, Custman, Emes, LeVan, Liddicoat, Kaebnich, W. Davis, Shanaman, Lebo, Toberman. Missing fromi picture: Diest, Eitzel, Schartel, Schrable, 'Van Houten, Vidinski, W. Boyer, W. Johnson, Kreska, Lawrence, Morfy. ALCHEMISTS The Alchemists Club is an organization composed of students, interested in chemistry, who wish to gain more recent knowledge in this continually broadening field. Aside from lectures and motion pictures, the organization's program schedule includes several interesting field trips to various industrial plants in Reading and vicinity. The purpose of these trips is to give the student a better know- ledge of the processes and methods involved in the industrial applications of chemistry, As it makes its plans for a broader program next year, Alchemists Club looks ahead with the conviction that it is helping to provide an adequate back- ground for our future chemists. OFFICERS President .... . . . Richard White Vice-President .... . . . Robert Batdorf Secretary-Treasurer .... Richard Dexter Advisor ......... Dr. Dwight L. Scoles -A 'V'-"" .... - -- ---- -- ..L,,... -.-,........:......,. 1. OFFICERS President ..... . . . Franklin Ritter Vice president ..... John Woynarowski Secretary ..... . . Betty Jane Jones Trea surer ............ Harold Cooper Advisors-Dr. Clarence Horn, Prof. Mar- cus Green, Prof. Charles Hollenbag-h Front row Cleft to rightl: Cooper, B. Jones, Woynarowski, Ritter, Dr. Horn, Mr. Hollenbach. Second row: Dersh, Sokol, Koniecki, Kemp, Perfect, Custman, C-ittleman, Prof. Green. Third row, Ci. Bailey, Markowitz, Kiyono, Reichlein, Sarge, Frantz, Yeagley. Fourth row: Woodring, Heckler, Pullis, Flickinger, Porter, B. Smith, Potts, C-. White. Fifth row: Dexter, Stavrides, Henry, E. Savidge, Clouser. Sixth row: Hill, Toberman, Diehm, Messersmith, Schwartz, Shollen- berger, Jensen, Heberling, Carver. Seventh row: Stewart, Krecker, Roland, Dohner, Delle- Palme, Moyer, Killian, Reed, D. Snyder. Missing from picture: Baldauf, Corrigan, Eaton, lbach, Kaese, Karper, Kearney, Knaur, Marcani, McLaughlin, Patt, Rishel, R. Schell, W. Voigt, Tucci, C-. Albright. SKULL AND BONES "W'here were you on the night of . . . Skull and Bones Meeting?" Every loyal biology student 'knows tlhe correct answer to that query. This organization endeavors to promote a general interest in biology and associated science. to instill new endeavors in biological fields, and to create a feeling of fellow- Ship among the students' of biology. Wit-h these purposes in mind, the society Presents guest speakers who are out-standing in medicine or biological research. l:'lm5.CO"'Ceml"l8 meCliCal procedures and research papers presented by seniors contribute to worthwhile programs, i lr. l-lollenliadi. . Green. Third ow: Woodring, ixter, Stavrides, iwarlz, Sliollen- Dqhner, Della- in, hell, g?i I iis 073 xiated grienre. reeling oi iellil' w, Voigt. Every lfilil anizalion mind- the will l reseilil' .sen ted lil Sell A Front row lleft to rightl 2 McKittrick, Cierberich, Taylor, Morgan, Berger, Shroyer, Prof. lnnis Boothroyd, Parker, Ci. Miller, Cusano, H. Wright, Neuroth, Tyson, Kitzmiller. Second rowi Collins, Coombs, Pringle, Stump, Hicks, Deiter, Eckenroad, Clouser. Third row: V. Fox, Baker i P. Wright, Seidel. Fourth row: Swartz, V. Miller, J. Ruth, Englehart, Sheesley, Bray, Lichten- berger, Hill, Courtney, Hoff, DeTurk. Missing from picture: Boyer, Moyer, E. Brown, Rich- ards, Symons. H EOS CLUB Any problems from ca-ke baking to button sewing are referred to the Heo Club, composed of all girls majoring in l-lome Economics. Their activities are not limited to the domestic line, fhowever. Their varied program for the year included such topics as the Social Life of Washington and Kitchen Planning. Broadening their scope, they invited all Berks County home economics teach- ers to hear Katherine Fisher of the Good l-lousekeeping Institute. Work in educational and recreational fields was offered. Among the constructive projects of the club was the packing of overseas Chri-strmas boxes. With Sherman Cottage furnishing a congenial atmosphere, these girls go forth con- fident 'home economists and 'home makers. OFFICERS President .... . . . Miriam Parker Vice-president . . . . . . Adele Boothroyd Secretary . . . . . Elizabeth Shroyer Treasurer .............. Betty Berger Advisors-Mrs. Smith-, Miss lnnis, Miss Elder, Miss Woerle 4-V W. 'V .- . 4 x Viv. V. va. ,V 1 , V4.1 '. Q . 5 Q ...f.. ww : ,Af V K Hi. .1 f...w.fx- N- IB . X4 X 4 .- - mv 'V .fi . 2, a 1 p . . - .Q 'VV V- Q. I ,V ,VV Jw '- V ,gy ,V ,- k , H k v, 1 -A ' ' QL - gf' K . ' ,, v . 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Each stairway and hall And ivy clad wall, A storied urnot -pleasures ever new, Each charm so alluring Will make our love enduring And pledge us sons, All loyal men and true. lCfhorusl CHORUS Hail, Hail! the Red and the Whitel Hail Alma Mater with a cfheerl With eyes bright and glancing, The Red and White advancing. We'll sing the praise of Alma Mater dear. lRepeat cfhorusl . 5 dx,:1F,,n.,,, N Y .,,,,. - A ....1.1... , -...-. V - ,ww ghi.-,.. .,, . ,. ..Y.-... ... Sports bright bright bright bright bright bright bright 'bright bright bright l3 O 7 1l3 9 O 7 26 l9 l3 Millersville ....... Muhlenberg ...... West Chester ..... Franklin and Marshall Moravian ........ Scranton ...... Lebanon Valley . . . Juniata ....... PMC ...... Gettysburg . . . VARSITY FOOTBALL Football came back as one of Al-bright's major sports this year as the Roaring Lions of Albright, under the spirited leadership of Coach LeVan P. Smith and Captain George Urosevicfh, convinced grid fans that Alfbright's ability to produce a winning football squad is far from diminished. To be sure, the Lions with only two triumphs as compared to six reverses and two deadlocks did sur-pass tlhe '46 record by only one win but, on the Whole, they showed a vast degree of im- provement. 'Phe Red and White scored major upsets in deadlock- ing both F 6' M and Gettysburg, strong pre-game favorites, by the identical scores of l 3-l 3. They suffered their worst defeats from powerful lVluhlen'berg, 53-O, and Scranton, 43-O, but they rallied strongly towards the end of the campaign. Next year will see the retur-n of virtually the entire squad with the exception of Captain George Urosevich, the only senior on the squad. This forthcoming fall grid campaign should be one of the brightest spots on the sports card. Coach Smit-h, despite the mediocre record of the team, 'had suc- ceeded in developing a strong offensive in the last three games of the schedule and this was built around Jim Maracani, brilliant sophomore back from Hazleton, and the discovery o-f a new capable quarterback in Al Harnly, who likewise will be a junior next year. lVlaracani won honorable 'mention on t-he All Pennsylvania col- legiate squad picked by tlhe Associated Press. Little Billy Krohto, speedy Frosh scatback, paced the Albright scorers with 42 poi-nts to rank l5th in state scori-ng. VARSITY BASKETBALL Last year was a hot and cold one for Albright's 'basketball team. lt was a tough season for the team, who had returned almost to t-he man, from last year's record-breaking squad. Exception to the above statement was Russell C-uensch, whose loss through graduation last year proved to- be a great one. lt was a toug-h season for Bill Horine, the likeable and energetic local court mentor, called on to fill the gap created by Coach Neal O. Harris, who is on leave of absence to Egypt where he is 'building up an Olympic cage squad. 'Phe final log for the season read l l victories and l2 defeats and included in that record- was a Middle Atlantic States Western Division record of five wins and three losses. However, at the fag end of the campaign tfhe team rallied and closed their yearly court chores with a winning streak of five straight games to be carried over for 'next year's squad. Eddie Anlian, Union City, New Jersey hotsfhot, again set the pace for our Lions and again tallied over 300 points. He was awarded t-he Ron Regar trophy aS AIbrigh't's most valuable basketball player. Anlian was aided by Ozzie Kriebel, towering center, who improved steadily over last year and is an important factor on the offense. "Hops" Culdin was still one of the flashiest floor men and agai-n copped third place in scoring. Little Jesse Ervin, sparkplug from the team of '44-'45, was back and turned out to be the flashiest guard on the team as well as an offensive man. Mort Witman showed flashes of bril- liance in several starts as did teammates Cookie Wagner, Stew Beyerle, Elmer Davis, Rai' Clielius, C-ene Shollenberger, John Yocum, who were shocktroops. The entire team will be back in Red and Wfhite uniforms next year which should see t-he boys adding to the five straight victories they posted at the end of their otherwise mediocre '47-48 court wars. N ....- . -- M.: i l llwasa . liom liil vas llussell great om. local cout 5. me is on iiiiiiiledii d of live Wllll i lealll l A 1 alliei ' . -g lor olll ' live Sllilll Uill ' arllollllzi 'leg Ie Knehll I f ci-- lou. ,gall IS an lllllll A sh195l loom Spa li l ff ill est " 35lll Ol gl wr. i l 1 ev' we ill ella iw' itll lil ,, ill if f. i xl ... sl' .elif l AIbrighf...47 Gettysburg-45 In the season's curtain raiser Al- bright edged a fighting Gettysburg Squad. Albright grabbed an early lead and -held it all through the game with Eddie Anlian showing the way with I8 points. Gettysburg's last period drive gave the home fans a Scare as it fell short by two points. Albrigil-,f...48 St. Joseph's-57 Albright put up a game battle, but the Hawks of St. Joe packed too much moxie as the Lions dropped their first game of the season. Ed Anlian again led the Lion attack while Jack Ramsay and Bob O'Dris- coll canned 25 for the Hawks. Albright-48 Elizabethtown-4l E-town's Lizzies came to town with dead eye Frankie Keath, one of Pennsylvania's leading scorers in the fold. Albright made the Lizzie's trip a sad one, thanks to Ozzie Kriebel's l5 points. The highly-touted Keath was held to l3 points. Albright-42 Loras lla. l -45 Albright's fourth straight home game turned out to be the most ex- citing of the old year. Loras, a snappy western club, had Mickey Marty, an All American, who hypnotized the crowd wit-h his l l perfect pivot shots. Marty, who had 30 points for his evening's work, dunked the win- ning goal in the last 45 seconds. Albright-53 Loyola--62 The Lions journeyed to Baltimore fOr their first away contest. How- ever the Saints were too much for Ollr lads, especially All American Jim Lacey, whose picture shots made life miserable for our defense. Albllgl'lz39 Duquesne-53 Albright Stepped out of her class as llley traveled to Altoona to meet llle. powerful Dukes of Duquesne Umvelslly- The Lions built up an ZEQYKQD-5 lead on shots by Anlian fl riebel, but the Dukes caught 'le and were never headed. Albright--49 Lebanon Valley-47 Coach l-lorine's hoopsters snapped their three-game lo-sing streak as they pulled a hot one out of the fire on the Dutchmen's home court. Anlian and Kriebel set the pace, but it was Cookie Wagner's last second hook shot that iced the verdict. Albright-57 Juniata-43 Returning to their native den, our big cats made it two straight league victories by scalping t-he hapless Juniata Indians at the Northwest Palestra. Towering Ozzie Kriebel threw in l4 to lead his cronies in the conquest. Albright-37 Scranton Univ.-38 The Red and W'hite got a jolt as they traveled to Scranton and lost their first league game. Albright built up a big halftime bulge, only to have Scranton, paced by Mike DeNoia, slash back to grab a slim lead which they jealously guarded to the final whistle. Albright-37 Lincoln Univ.-45 Lincoln University sports one of the classiest colored combi-nations in the east and they have a reputation for being particularly tough at home. Anyway Albright's Lions found it so down at Lincoln. Anlian was hot, but the Lincoln sharpsihooters built up an insurmountable lead. Albright-57 Moravian-46 The league-leading Moravian Grey- hounds hit Northwest in what was expected to be a tight ball game. l-lowever, Albright's unpredictable Lio-ns made it a runaway as they built up a quick lead and guarded it for the entire contest. Albright-30 LaSalle-68 Powerful LaSalle, one of the nation's leading quintets, -handed our Red and Wihite passers their worst set- back of the season. Big Larry FOUST broke his school scoring record as he dunked 34 digits on the LaSalle court. Seton Hall-60 . . ' ' ' d Seton Hall was highly favored in this contest, bl-If agen our Llnslilreit cagers rose to the occasion as they extended the Pirates to t de Ixtglltt and only going under in the last period. Krelbel, An ian, an Witmatn shared 30 points in the losing cauSe. Albright-53 Albright-53 Moravian-60 Moravian drew sweet revenge for an earlier setback at T-he l'13l'1Cl5.0f our Lions although it was a heartbreaking loss for our blg cats. The Lions 'had a fairly secure half time lead but blew it coming down the stretch along with their hopes for winning the league. Albright-55 Lebanon Va I ley-70 A fighting Dutc-hmen comfbinelhanded our Lions their fourth straight setback a-nd t-hird league defeat in an extra period contest waged at Northwest. Anlian's l6 ipoints contributed to the Lion attack although three first stringers fouled out before the extra period was over. I Alb,-ighf..5g Lincoln University--59 The Horinemen eve-ne-d their year's slate with Lincoln as they defeated the fhigh flying Lincoln Lions at Northwest. Ed Anlian was deadly from all angles i-n fhelpinglhis teammates ice the issue. Albright-6l Rider-59 Our uncanny -cats fooled t-he ex-perts iby ekiing out a two point win over powerhouse Rider College of New Jersey in a game played at Northwest. Anlian was too mucih for the businessmen-the Union City lad tvvirled the twines for 23 t-hat night! Albright-72 St. Joseph's-92 In a free scoring "firehouse" game of basketball waged in Phila- delphia, our gallant -Lions bowed to t-he powerful Hawks for the second time. Anlian's l7 points sparked our net nudgers in this battle. Albright-57 Franklin and Marshall-6l Albright was favored to win over the hapless Diplomats, 'but tfhe visitors again crossed up the experts and turned up with a brilliant attack to steal this o-ne from Albright. An early 8-O F C7 M lead proved too difficult to overcome although our boys rallied at one point to knot the game at 42 all. Albright-68 . Juniata-57 Albright made it two in a row over their Juniata "cousins" in a game fought at Huntingdon. Ed Anlian was never 'better as he dunked 25 points in theltwo periods in which he saw action. Albright-57 Bucknell-54 'Phe 'Lions won their second road game in two days as they bumped Bucknell in a close game. Kriebel and Mort Witman saved the game wit-h timely buckets late in the last stanza when the Bisons were breath- ing brimstone down our necks. 1 COACH BILL HORINE Alb ri ght-69 Sc ranton-47 Our Lions got back at Scranton for an earlier defeat. The Red and White men played one of their best games of t-he season to the delight of tthe Northwest fans. Hops Guldin was redhot wit-h his set s'hots and took scoring honors with l8 points. Al b ri ght-69 El izabethtown-63 The l947-48 basketball edition closed their campaign in fine style as they 'held off a last period Lizzie rally to bag their final game of t-he season. Ed Anlian canned l8 and was closely -pursued by Hops Guldirl who -poured in l6. The dropping Ol the curtain over this campaign found the hot and cold Lions closing their ledger with five straight wins to carry over to next year's team. L,l Al. ORINE Scrantoncni 7 Scranton lot ihe Red and ie ol their hen to the delight ts. flops Guldin i set shots nl with ld poinh Qahethtown-hi akethall editin ign in line nh ast period lin inal game elif canned ld 2' oeynooeiti The dfttill iiscamPil3lllf Lions olosittl it into til ,. FROPSH BASKETBALL Albright College sponsored its first freshma-n basket- ball team since pre-war days this year. At the helm of this outfit was Coach Lloyd Parsons, wtho did a fine job in instilling team spirit and t-he will to wi-n among his freshmen ball players. Although the record is not a brilliant one, showi-ng lO wins and lO losses, it is one of improvement from beginning to end. The team started out slowly, losing eight of its first l2 games. Roaring into the stretch they caught fire and finished up with a -hard won, respectable .SOO percentage. The high spot of the year was when the frosh whipped Rider College year- lings, who were said to be one of the outstanding first year squads in t-he east. Coach Parsons came up with some outstanding play- ers wtho should find tfheir berth on future varsity squads. Among them are you-ng Danny Bieber, who led the team in scoringg Lanky Bob Ruoff, who followed Danny in the scoring parade, and Dan's older brother, Hal, who demonstrated plenty of court know--how in his freshman debut. These men were supported by such other classy players as Chuck Scthirmeister, Bill l-leffner, Paul Muller, Dick Lee, Lefty Leitham, Billy Mayers, and Joe Ward. Next season should see many of t-hese lads pushing the big boys on the varsity in their efforts to capture regular berths. INTRAMURAL BASEBALL T ' ramural Softball League was off to a late start this Selig: tlhaz-zrsfipst glalhwes slated to come off near the end. of April. The Kappa Upsilon Phi fraternity, last year's pennant winners, will again be the team to beat, although they will find plenty of opposition among the other four frats and some of the classy freshmen and daymen entries. Winners of this year's softball race will receive gold medals which are awarded to each member of the winning team. INTRAM URAL FOOTBALL Albright's lntra-mural Athletic program got off to a roaring start as ten teams signed up to participate in the touch football campaign. The final gun found the powerful seven man team of the Kappa Upsilon Phi fraternity on top with a gaudy log of seven wins and no setbacks. The Kappa victory was unique in t-hat it marked the third successive sport in which the Kappas copped top honors. Previous to the gridiron season the Black and White had won last year's intramural basketball crown and also annexed the baseball diadem. This was the first time in the history of Albright's intramural athletic program that this was done. 'Phe Kappas were pushed and crowded all along the gridiron trail by the Pi Taus and the Red Rockets, the latter 'being a classy freshman entry. Both of these aggregations carried the fight down to the fi-nal game, but each squad bowed to the Kaps. This, coupled with the early arrival of old man winter, forced the league to adjourn before t'he schedule- could be fully completed. THE STANDlN?C-S Team W L Pct. Team W Pct. Kappas .... . . . 7 l.000 Daymen . . . . . . 4 .500 Pi Taus ..... ... 6 .857 A. P. O. ... .. . 2 .250 Red Rockets . . . . . . 6 .857 Pistol Packers . . . l .l67 Cubs ....... ... 3 .750 P. U. J. V's. ... l .l25 Zetas ..... .... 4 2 .667 Dorm Wolves ....... 0 .000 INTRAM URAL BASKETBALL The i947-48 Intramural Basketball League, under the direction of Coach Parsons, finished one of the most successful seasons in league history, with the Zetas pounding their way through to first place with nine wins and no reverses. Not content with outshining the other ten teams which comprised this year's loop, the Black and White also steamrollered through to cop the Shaughnessy Playoffs, from among the four first division teams, to emerge as undisputed champions. 'Only one team ever really threatened the Zetas during the regular season and that was the Red Rocket squad, a carryover from the freshman group which turned in such an impressive showing during the intramural gridiron cam- Daltgn. The Kappas, who incidentally saw their long streak of intramural ath- letic domination come to a halt, finished third, and they were followed by the Pi Taus in fourth place. These four teams engaged in the league playoffs, and onli' 9 Prllllanl UPSGT by the Kappas, which caused the playoffs to be extended in ffxlra three games, prevented the Zetas from posting a flawless record s it was, the Zetas rallying ftl h d h - I to a final 54-36 triumph Oversyilqe Fyesamgigclgetg. e Kappas 56 35 and went on lf a most valuable player were to be selected from among the 80 odd intra- mura basketball players, it would certainly go to towering John Patrician Ftgglxqaliil Shiefeleague in scoring and proved to be the real s-park in the Zeta Tl-l E STANDINGS PL Zetas W L PCT' AYOFFTN Pct. Red Rolziqggs .......... 2 0 000 Zetas ...... ...... 3 .750 Kappas U u t I . . . 7 A .888 Red Rockets . .... 2 500 Pi Taus .... i I 6 5 Egppas ""' "" 2 SOO A.P.o.... H5 4 555 'Taus-H --O -000 E- - - - . . . 3 6 333 . . .... . . . 3 6 333 Cats ...... . . . 2 7 222 Daymen .... . . . l 8 1 1 1 Dorm Wolves . . . . 0 9 OOO . ,gg fl' J! W l l Q . gui Ji el if 1' i w p, fl L E ,V rg! . il EFF if gm W .f,,, an Smit' gg ll Mau F - i- ' ennlusi W '.I 52:11 :fri wt 1V 1 1'5" 'H if H' J ff! I .gif l i ll 10 ist 111. Bm e Pi 0 ol iuad nler, ll. Pct. .500 .250 .161 .115 .000 1 Coach ry, with s and no ymprisetl i cop 00 0609189 Q' email wp vlniclt iron 000' mural alll- iiedmi W0 iildil ex lless 'fill' and went 01 lnllt Iilnoggllllflan' in 019 Zell . f h vi lriliil lllll 250 ln 220 o .si X ' m9 'fo , Qxo' :sri .Syn o'::'o '.,.. 'fra , ' 1 0 2 0 TRACK This ' f - . , , of h yi? rack Squad Wlll be the third edition since the termination the Lions have yet to Come thcompstition and for the last two seasons season sees the return to th four? fend Wm a meet' However' this and all indicati e -ur O most Of.IaS.t yearls aggregation Ons Seem to POInt toward a winning season in 1948. gig Erirk his a Heel 500113 of runners to dispatch for the track events L k Tclua 'TY Of The weight and field men has improved considerably. OO 5 'ke 3 great Year for the '48 track crew. TEN NIS Coach Leo Bloom's tennis proteges take to the courts with almost the exact replica of last year's aggregation which finished up the season with 5 wins and three setbacks. Only Allen Fisher and Paul Siegfried are missing from last season. This season the racket wielders journey- ed down south for a series of pre-season exhibition contests with some of the leading southern colleges. Although the results of the trip spelled disaster for the Lion courtsters the experience gleaned from facing some of the leading amateur tennismen of the country should prove invaluable for the Lion's regular schedule which is beginning as the ink dries on this copy. l ,gi'l.. X ' .'.. gn, xr 'a . , VL X U N., 5-f xg..- -xX's -VW' .o'.'5'O5' 97 o . Q s x of 'Q' '.f,v:.p',g290, 0, Q Q Q Q QQ 5' .g.-,.g.g.pox Q 5 Q 0 0. Q by if X ',ooav,',6 . O x o.f,F:...' 3, :nvoy sw 0 0 We n 9 Q 0 9 Q, X 0 9 a O 'll' 'O X ' ' '05 It 'ff 'I' 'J' BASEBALL Albright opened up her second postwar baseball campaign with almost the whole of last year's veteran squad back in fold. Prospects seem bright for a winning season to follow in the wake of last year's me- diocre 5-7 won-lost record. Coach LeVan P. Smith's horsehide wranglers dropped their first two games of the season-one a 5-l verdict to powerful LaSalle on the latter's diamond, and the other a heartbreaking 3-2 reverse at the hands of the slugging Lebanon Valley College nine. coLF .'ar. Paul M Ylglgalfeady off on the right foot to another triumphant campaign in mera' ln their first match waged at LaSalle the Lion golfers W , 955 ES they turned in a gaudy 9-O wihitewash job over the Saints it f L23 lirest ball tourney. Coach Matten has the following linksmen in ' f D All Dunlop lrv Funk, Howie Dunitz, Johnny YOCl-lm, Earl l-3 Ofd, and Joel C-ilbert. , t , 03 ' atten s divot diggers who turned in a wi-n-ning season last year 1 ere XX I V18 u Z Z 7, i ss First row: Borgstrom, Mrs. Mosser, Flickinger. Second row: Long, 5ChWartZ, Boothroyd, Lauver, Roney. WOM EN'S ATHLETIC AS'S'0lClATIO'N Governing t-he women's athletic activities is the Women's Athletic Associa- tion ot which every Albright woman is a member. From this members-hip is elected annually a cabinet consisting of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and a representative of each class. This cabinet with its adviser, Mrs. Eva Mosser, meets o-nce a month. Their varied duties include planning of varsity and intramural schedules, appointing of sports leaders and managers, maintaining a point system Of awards, and directing the concession stand at Northwest Junior High School during basketball season. Highlights of this year included the sponsoring of a Friday night dance, pur- c-hase ot red and white uniforms for hockey and basketball teams, and The awarding Of 5 lVODl'1y, presented by the Ladies' Auxiliary, to the outstanding senior girl athlete. OFFICERS OF W.A.A. President ........ Jean Flickinger Class representatives -- Senior -- Vice-president Jean Borgstrom Adele Boothroydg Junior-Anna SGCVSTSVY ----- ..... - lean Long Lauver, Sophomore-Jane RoneY Treasurer . . . . . Jean Schwartz THE HOCKEY TEAM Jean Schwartz Captain Doris Downes Manager Fay Sheetz Jean Borgstrom Joyce Hottenstein Marian Swartz Adele Boothroyd Beth Sanger Sylva Hoppaugh Nancy Stump Eleanor Spring Jean Smith Lillian Boyer Marjorie C-ardiner Charlotte Winner Jean Magee E j , ll j , ! l li Li . el i ig . if i -' i il l i L l l . . l I l etic llswfl' mjmipis mi, secrelafl, hmdwl nl ini Fflllli ,writ ill" fl llallmj ji rmsmdiii ,Sli WJ d' lllfjiff mf' U f f'1 Kathleen Guenther Anna Lauver Marjorie Zeock Helen Sieber Jane Roney Marjorie Lyman Shirley Johnson HOCKEY 'l7he '47 hockey season marked initiation of the new hockey field. The first game with Moravian found the Albright dribblers trailing by a l-O count until two minutes before the final whistle, when they drove through the visitors' defense to make it a l-l tie. The lassies next traveled to Cedar Crest for a hockey and volleyball playday. Here they were defeated by Cedar Crest, l-O, were victors over Kutztown, Z-O, and held Moravian to a scoreless tie. Honors were accorded Nancy Stump, Marjorie Zeock, Jane Roney, and Jean Borgstrom, when they were chosen for the honor team. The Lionesses went dow-n to a 2-O defeat at the hands of Millersville in the final contest. WOMEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL: First row: Sanger, Flickingef, Borgstrom, Zeock, Sarge. Second row: Schwartz, Sheetz, Huber, Mrs. Mosser, Rein, Lauver. Missing from picture: McKIttrlCk. WO'MEN'1S BASKETBALL When the flashly, newly-acquired red and white uni- forms were handed out this year, the Lionesses em- barked with great hope into a bas-ketball season which climaxed with, if not an outstanding record, at least one of wthic-h its members can be proud. The team rode the crest of victory by -downing Lebanon Valley, Moravian, and St. John's in that order. But fate dealt a cruel blow when the gals were forced to meet the Phys. Ed. majors of East Stroudsburg, Ursinus, and Temple, all in a row, to give them three straight blots on t-he record sheet. Although Tem-ple and East Stroudsburg took matters into their own hands dur- ing all four quarters, the Ursinus maidens found the Albrightians a tougher match than expected with the result that this game became the most exciting one by far, as the Collegeville visitors struggled to.subdue t-he Red and White and keep their one point lead to a 38-37 finale. With the toughest part of the schedule behind tihem, t-he Albright maidens again climbed the ladder of success when they traveled to Drexel and took over, 37-27. Tfhe next day the gals sped to Kutztown for a Basketball Playday in which they copped all fhonors. The Red and White stepped up another rung when they played hosts to the New Yorkers of Wagner College, overtaking their guests 54-27. But-the most I il 1, ' l IX W l QQ . l ' l I lim, i M, . Fil litem? 3 MBU' mwl T lallerl new mllallfl- :welll NNW will ,gli brim iwfw awlx ml' 'df ,Ml ,Ml lv WJ lddw' ffffw MM ul' ww' J po nf A : -WE .. , 4 , i WOMEN'S JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: First row: Johnson Hoppaugh, Long, Roney, Hottenstein. Second row: Stump, J Smith, Huber, Magee, Mrs. Mosser, Lyman, Spring. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL lConl'inuedl spectacular game proved to be with- St. Jo'hn's at Northeast Junior High School when the lassies, trailing 37-23 at the end of the third quarter, mustered all their remaining spirit to pull the game out of t-he fire and go o-n to win 44-42. Finishing off the season at Millersville witlh a 36- 28 win, the gals tlaunted a .666 record for the year. The second team followed in the footsteps of their sisters by cop-ping the Lebanon Valley, Millersville, and Moravian games while bowing to a stronger Ursinus and Temple J.V. Their most exciting contest came at Drexel 'when Nancy Stump and Je-an Long combined talents to break an l8-l 8 tie at third quar- ter and win the game, 24-20. A-BR CH' 36 LEBANON VALLEY . . .. 32 A-BR C-HT 49 MORAVIAN ....... . . l8 A-BR GH" 42 ST. JOHN'S ......... .. 27 A..B-R GH' 24 EAST STROUDSBURG ..... 53 A BR GH' 37 URSINUS ........... .. 38 A-BR GH' 22 TEMPLE ........... . . 5l A-BR CH' 37 DREXEL ..... .... 2 7 A-BR GH- 54 WAGVNER .... .... 2 7 A-BR GH' 44 ST. JOHN'S ..... .... 4 2 A-BR GH- 36 MILLERSVILLE . . . ... . 28 D SOFTBALL After a long winter's hibernation, softball enthusiasts took to their mitts and bats for a promising season. The Red and White played hostess to Cedar Crest, Kutztown, and Moravian in a playday, and included such other sc-hoo-ls as Tem- ple, Ursinus, Drexel, and Beaver on their schedule. SOIFTBALL TEAM Fay Sheetz, Captain Helen Sieber, Manager Jean Magee . Alice McLoud Joyce Hottenstein Martha Sohms Jean Long Jean Borgstrom Marjorie Lyman Shirley Johnson Lillian Boyer Barbara Miller Adele Boothroyd Eleanor Spring Nancy Stump Jean Flickinger Sylva Hoppaugh Anna Lauver Beth Sanger Marjorie Zeock Janet,Price Jean Schwartz l TENNIS Tennis remained a favorite spring sport among Albright women, and this year was highlighted by the femme racqueteers playingfhostess to Cedar Crest, Kutztown, and Moravian Colleges in a combined tennis and softball playday. Further matches with Drexel, Ursinus, and East Stroudsburg completed the abbreviated Sea SO-F1 . TENNIS TEAM Jean Long Jean Borstrom Jean Flickinger Doris Chanin 1' P -E B lgi K . -N -E S TE M 25,9 rf I D s"Z'--'.'a-.- xv . :...:.!e . pl' , -Q bfo',,...0'.', J, X 0 .B ,., .,,i' -sg 435751, fl: n.- , I 1 1 .I 6 J -Ea x X - L s 'S :"fu. . Q., ll, Q :s, . .0 O r its Q fmiw- ' -Wm? QOMW NWO' 5'o'M?l' 'W0',5fl EW' in': iso. O 00.5 0-9: Q uf Much interest is created in the Women's Physical Education pro- gram because of the wide variety of sports offered throughout the year. The fall season finds many of the lassies exerting their energies on the hockey field or on the tennis courts, while t-he more conservative test their aim with the bow and arrow. Cold weather forces the femmes in- doors to try their skills at table ten- nis, badminton, and basketball. Town facilities offer bowling and swimming for devotees of these sports. ln the spring the lassies again take to the outdoors, participating in such sports as tennis, archery, and soft- ball. Intramural contests in hockey, bas- ketball, and softball -highlight each season and arouse much enthusiasm and stiff competition among Al- bright women. .01 il 0 Q' fy Qozfff' Q0 'fd 5 0 0 o f inf' , : . f X6 ' 'vs ' I ' A 'K o,'s'3 so b j"2'?5 Iigiffgij .040 'A '.Q'I x ann . 0 Q' P A I ,. AMO' , ul'.'u.0':vEg.L!?.?E.' s I. 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' A-.14 UROSEVICH x g .. ........... :- .... ........-L-L,,Qf.-Y.....,u,,,.,,,Y., V ,,, , I' ,S l ll Qff' :ffl ..--31 Ai gk IANMOC 4 Q? -- .fe ' 'ii 0 F U 31" 'go IN CONCLUSION T-he class of l948 salutes those classes which are to follow us: wishing each of you, in all sincerity, a happy continuation and a successful close of your college career. Sentiment will keep alive our interest in our Alma Mater. A touch of "remember when . . ." will color our thinking about the College. We know from experience that the attitude and activities of the student body shape the course of college life. Even though for us the Class of '48 will stand out as the most important, we would not want the college to remain as we :have left it. There is still mucih to be doneg there are opportunities to challenge t'hose who want to make the good better still. The traditions of Albright have -nothing of age but its dignity, their strength is still the strength of youth. K le. If Pfeside Jvletary lllller ll n ' I llln 1 . 'll lily lpl Wlmlgm I All llalef, U W llllllg fdiilllllsgl mall lB'6llll'llIllll. l-, lllilllllal. A Wm lmwllrf Z Z CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR President .... .......... W illiam Marlow Vice-president . . . .... Kenneth Lieb Secretary ..... . . . Mary Bechtel Treasurer . . . .. Owen Henry , , l sopl-1orv1oRE FRESHMAN Pr 'd J Sh k .esIent"""'--- .... . ...FrankBircl President.... ay en Vlcelpresidem J k S k V' e president . . - - - Ralph Stutzman Secret '- .... ac noo IC B b ra Mogel Tre ary ' .... Beverly Morgan SecretarY --" ' ' ' ag a gd Smith as , , av: ' mer ' . . . George Baumgaertel Treasurer . . . ' ' JUNIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS X,-5 I I I i 1 FRESH MAN CLAYSS 1 AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES CLASS OF 1949 The dignified Seniors-to-bel . . . cooperating with us in the Junior-Senior Prom. The Juniors have been active in campus affairs and have assumed their full share of the campus responsibilities. Our best wishes, Juniors! ADAMS, GL-ENN o. 20 Richmond St. . . . . ADAMS, LEE F. ALBRI-GHT, EDMOND S. 106 S. 4th St. ........ . ANSBACH, MARK L. 1159 N. 13th St. ..... . BAILEY, GLENN V. 920 N. Front St. .. . BARo, ANGELO J. 306 S. Third St. . . . . BECHTEL, MARY D. 239 Clymer St. ...... . BEHLER, ROSEMARIE 57 N. Second St. ..... . BOYER, MARJORIE O. 3422 Ridgeway sr. BOYER, WILBUR L. 1016 Robeson St. ...... . BRENNAN, DONALD J. 404 E. 1st sr. ......... . CAPOZELLO, HELEN M. 1306 Penn Ave. ......... . CARSON, WALTER W., JR. 401 N. 6th St. .......... . CARVER, JAY D. 1313 Good St. .... . CASPER, FRANK S. 1040 Franklin St. ......... . CATTERMOLE, RICHARD A. 326 Spring St. .......... . COCKING, KENNETH R. M. P. O. Box 31 ............ Kingston, COOMBS, WILL'ARD B. 2831 Kutztown Rd. COO-PER, JOHN E. . 1509 Birch sr. ........ . CROZIER, C-AYLORD A. 708 N. Fifth St. ...... . DAVIS, ELMER, JR. 1122 Exeter St. .... . DEC-LER, THELMA L. 703 Trent Ave. ........ . DELLEPALMA, MARIE F. 500 N. 11th St. ......... . pERs1-1, JEROME 1408 N. 13th St. . . DOWNES, DORIS C. R. D. 6 .......... EATON, BERNARD D 85-55 115th St. ........ . FAUSNAUGHT, JOHN T. 104 Grand St. ........ . . . . . Fleetwood, Pa. . . .. Fleetwood, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. .. .. Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . .. Hamburg, Pa. . . . . Laureldale, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . Birdsboro, Pa. Wyomissing, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . . . . . . Royersford, Pa. Jamaica, B. W. I. Bernharts, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa . .. Reading, Pa . . Reading, Pa Wyomissing, . . . Reading . . . Reading, Fort Plain, N. Pa Pa Pa Y Richmond 1-1111, N. Y. . . . Danville, Pa FEELEY, JAMES D. 207 W. Coal St. .. . . FEHR, A. JEAN 3 Endlich Ave. ....... . FLICKINC-ER, JOHN W. 213 Spruce St. ....... . FOX, VIRGINIA M. 425 N. 10th St. FRY, MARY E. 126 N. 11th St. GETZ, MARVIN c. 32 E. Lancaster Ave. . CLASS, EMMETT F. 278 E. Main St. ......... . . GREENBERC-, HARRIET R. 219 Roydon Road ....... CUSS, MARK T. 931 Oley St. .......... . HAGMAYER, RICHARD F. 526 Franklin St. ....... . HEBERLINC1, RICHARD L. 18 N. 25th St. ........ . HECHLER, WILLIAM R. 107 Olive St. ........... . . . . HENRY, OWEN I. P. O. Box No. 20 .... HEYDT, JOHN R. 652 Mulberry St. . . .. HILL, BETTY J. 344 Carsonia Ave. . . HOLL, DOROTHY J. 1521 Dauphin St. ..... . HOLSCLAW, THOMAS H. 208 Spruce St. ......... . 'HOPPALJC-H, SYLVA E. ........-.-........-..- HORNBERCER, DORACE E. 109 N. Church St. ...... . HOSTER, PAU L S. R. D. 1 ................. HOTTENSTEIN, JOYCE R. 500 Sycamore Road ..... HUBER, -ELAINE F. 404 Oak Terrace ...... IBACH, PHYLLIS B. 3370 Oley Turnpike Rd. . .. KAUFFMAN, H. MILTON Main St. ............. . KIEFFER, SCOTT 213 Jefferson St. ..... . KIYON0, KAZUYE M. Seabrook Farms ....... .. Shenandoah, Pa, Mt. Penn, Pa, West Reading, Pa. . .. Reading, Pa. . .. Reading, Pa. . . . Shillington, Pa. .. Adamstown, Pa. New Haven, Conn. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . .. Reading, Pa. West Reading, Pa. New Berlinville, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . Wyomissing, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . Califon, N. J Mohnton, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa West Reading, P8 West Reading, Pa . . . Esterly, P8 . . . .Leesport, Pa . . . Hyde Park, PB . . . Seabrook, N- -I' N31 Iffoflg, 11511, Jig, 530, III I l1I5I LONG, Il 1143 I IYKENSL IL D. M1101 1621 LINEN 1111 McLIlUG 513 I MLSSERS 1 D. MILLER, 429 1 MILLEIL 2614 MILLEIL 3424 110111 IZI IICONI IOIi 1111, Is PLIL111 Izs PIWII 2111 P01111 201 PULLII 241 11111 11 Mm' L IIIVIT I6 IEBEI Il IEIQL li II, 1 111 11 KNAUER, BARBARA L. River Road . . . ........ . LACKEY, 'LOIS A. 202 South West St. . . . LAKOW, GEORGE A. 629 Cortelyou Rd. ....... . LAMBERSON, GEORGE G. 1550 Perkiomen Ave. .... . LARKIN, THOMAS A. 1339 Ave. D .......... LAUVER, ANNA L. LEBO, HAROLD F. 1715 Elizabeth Ave. LONG, JEAN C. 1443 Cotton St. ..... . IQYKENS, DONALD G. R.D.1 ............... MARLOW, WILLIAM R. 1627 Jackson St. ...... . MATTEN, NANCY L. 206 Jefferson Blvd. . . . MCLAUGHLIN, ALMA R. 513 Freedom Ave. ....... . M ESSERSM ITH, ESTH ER R.D.3 ................. MILLER, JOHN W. 429 Sunset Rd. .... . MILLER, SHIRLEY J. 2614 N. Calvert St. . . . MILLER, WILLIAM H. 3424 Raymond St. . . . . MOYER, FREDBERYL 121 W. Jackson St. O'CONNELL, JAMES M. 1013 Moss St. ........ . PATT, JOH N F. 415 Woodward St. .... . PLASKONOS, MICHAEL 125 W. Blaine St. ..... . PLYMYER, EDWARD J. 2210 Penn Ave. ....... . PORTER, H. CLAIRE 208 N. Market St. ..... . . PULLIS, HAMPTON A. 2433 Highland St. .... . RABUCK, CHARLES D. 4 E. Elm sr. ........ . RATI-l, DOROTHY L. R. D. 1 ........... RAVITZ, RACHEL M. 1606 Perkiomen Ave. . REBER, JAMES 'V., JR. 1352 Mineral Spring Rd. REICHLEIN, ELAINE L. 1714 Perkiomen Ave. .... . RIEMONDI, WILLIAM H. Oley Valley Hotel ......... RUTH, JOYCEMARCIA 936 N. 11th sf. ..... . . . . . Yardley, . . . . Carlisle, . . . Brooklyn, N. . . . . Reading, Glenside, Reading, . . Mifflin, . . . . Laureldale, . . . . Reading . . . Birdsboro, . . . . Baltimore, Lincoln Park . . . Burnham . . . . Fleetwood . . West Reading . . . . Baltimore, . . . . Laureldale . . . York . . . . Reading . . . . Reading, . . . McAdoo, . . . . West Lawn, . . Mahanoy City, . . . . West Lawn, ... Shillington, Sussex, N. . . . Reading, . . . . Reading, . . .. Reading, Oley . . . . Reading, , Pa , Pa , Pa. , Pa v 9 SARGE, BETTY J. 1115 N. 12th St. SCH ELL, S. ARLENE SCHWARTZ, JEAN P. 1400 Perkiomen Ave. . SEIBERT, VIOLETTE L. 49 Hewlett Ave. ..... . SEIDEL, ERMA MAE 3629 Ridgeway St. ..... . SEI FERT, W. FRANKLIN 225 lntervilla Ave. ...... . SEISLER, DOROTHY R. 1431 Birch sf. ........ . SHANAMAN, PETER A. 1625 Union St. ........ . SHOLLENBERGER, EUGENE 521 N. Front St. ....... . SIEBER, HELEN M. Star Route .......... SNYDER, DONALD G. 3316 Ridgeway Ave. .. SNYDER, ELDON D. 1247 N. 9th St. ....... . SNYDER, JEANNE A. 1609 Mineral Spring Road SNYDER, THOMAS R. . . . . Reading, Pa . . Mifflintown, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa Merrick, L. I., N. Y . . . . Laureldale, Pa . . . West Lawn, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . Mifflintown, Pa . . . . Laureldale, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . . . Reading, Pa 121 S. 4th Ave. ......... .... W est Reading, Pa. STAVRIDES, WILLIAM C. 537 Franklin St. .......... .... W est Reading, Pa STEGMAN, ERNEST F. R. D. 3 ............... STEWART, RICHARD C. 418 N. 6th St. ...... SWEIGERT, EUGENE R. 729 McKnight St. ..... . TELSEY, NORMAN 2249 E. 21st St. ...... . TEM PLETON, TH EODORE C. 450 S. 5th St. ........ . THOMAS, RICHARD D. 1147 N. 9th St. ...... . TOBERMAN, RALPH O. 117 Windsor St. ....... . TUCCI, UMBERTO 1405 Hampden Blvd. . . . . VIDINSKI, FRANCIS X. 1111 N. 13th sr. ...... . VO'IGT, H. WILLIAM 1519 N. 14th ST. WALTER, KARL E. R. D. 3 ......... WITMAN, JACK H. 191 W. Main St. ........ . WOODRING, LEONARD R. 816 N. Front St. ....... . YOUNG, THOMAS G. 1208 N. Front St. ....... . ZITZMAN, MANFRED S. . . . . Fleetwood, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. .. . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Kutztown, Pa. Adamstown, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. 1733 Portland Ave. ....... .... W est Lawn Pa. I CLASS OF 1950 Just one year away from "Fros-h Orientation", but already well-oriented in Albright traditions and contributing to a fuller campus life. The years ahead should prove to be bright ones for the Sophs. Keep it up, kidsl we're proud of you. ALBRIGHT, GERALD G. 904 Rose St. ......... . ALLEN, CLAIR A. 826 N. 12th St. ANLIAN, EDWARD .... Reading, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. 327 18th St. ...... Union City, N. J AUGE, KENNETH G. 622 N. Front St. .................... Reading, Pa AULENBACH, ALBERT RICHARD R. D. 1 .................... Stony Creek Mills, Pa BAILEY, DAVID P. 369 Norway St. . . . BAIR, ROBERT A. Park Crest ............. BALDAUF, RlC.HARD J. 224 Waverly St. ........ . BALDWIN, WIILLIAM C. 544 Ave. B .............. BATDORF, ROBERT L. 838 N. 11th St. ......... . Reading, Pa BAUMGAERTEL, G. GEORGE, York, Pa . . Barnesville, Pa . .... Shillington, Pa . . .. Reading, Pa 4701 Rising Sun Ave. .... . BAUS-HER, RICHARD A. 514A Penn Ave. BAYLEY, JO'HN T. 832 Pear St. . . . BERSTLER, HERMAN E. 2709 Perkiomen Ave. BEYERLE, STEWART M. 1348 Mulberry St. BICKEL, DA'VlD K. Cross Roads Cottage . . . BIRD, FRANK E. 105 Allen St. ..... . BlTl-ER, PAUL R. 204 Rose St. .... . BITLER, WM. E. 407 E.1st St. BLOOM, SEYMOUR M. 1214 Eckert Ave. BOHREN, PETER L. 15 Dartmouth St. BOWER, GLENN L. ......- .......- ....... .....- ... ..- 627 Ames Place BOYER LILLIAN G. 938 Birch St. BOYER THOMAS K. 430 S. 15th St. . ......- . Philadelphia West Reading, . . . . Reading . . . . Reading . . . . Reading . Wernersville, Pa . . Netcong, N. J . . . . Reading, . . . Birdsboro, . . . . Reading . . . . . Warren . Williamsport, . . . . Reading, . . . . Reading 1 BRATTON, BETTY J. 502 S. Center Ave. .. BRAUN, JAMES R. 544 N. 10th sf. .... . BRESLER, BEVERLY D. 312' Linden St. ...... . BRETZ, CARL V. R. D. 1 ............. BRUNO, DOIMINIC R. 423 Elm St. ............ . BURKHART, DOROTHY M. 518 Main St. ........... . Somerset, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . Marysville, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa Birdsboro, Pa BUSH, LeGRAND E. 505 Hill Ave. ............... Pennside, Reading, Pa. CHAMBERS., RICHARD K., JR. 1539 Schuylkill Ave. .... . CHANIN, DORIS J. 25 Central Park, West CHELIUS, RAYMOND C. 210 Hancock Blvd. ...... . CHRISTMAN, JUNE M. E. CIZEWSKI, WALTER F. 244 Boland Ave. ..... . CLARK, MARJORIE A. 134 W. Oley St. ...... . CLARKE, THOMAS L. 831 Mt. Laurel Ave. ..... . CLAWGES, WILLIAM S. 724 Locust St. ......... . COLLEN, WILLIAM L., JR. ,H R.D.1 ............... . COLLINS, KATHERINE E. 809 Highland Ave. ..... . COOMBS, JANET M. 1009 Park Ave. ........ . CORRIGAN, ROBERT M. Oley Turnpike ........... COSTENBADER, JOYCE M. 819 Delaware Ave. ...... . COTE, LEONARD G. 2254 Northmont Blvd. . . . . CUNNINGHAM, GRACE M 77 Hackensack St. ....... . DAVENPORT, SARAH A. 834 Pear St., ......... . DAVIS, Wl'LLlAM J. 107 Perkasie Ave. . . DEIBERT, JEAN A. 25 Margaretta St. . . . . DEIST, ROBERT P. 1802 Elizabeth Ave. ..... . DELEWS-KI, LAWRENCE R. 509 S. 15th St. ........ . DELP, JAMES D. 850 N. 12th St. ........ . DePUGH, CHAUNCEY C. 533 'Wyomissing Blvd. . . . . DERSHEWITZ, IRVING 2429 Endlich Ave. DeTU RCK, FERN E. DeVine, FRANCIS F. 560 Ave. B ....... DeWlTT, DA'VlD O. 313 So. Third St. DEXTER, RICHARD L. 10 Bacon St. ..... . DIAZ, ARTHUR 11 E. Lehigh Ave. DIEHIVI, DONALD F. 836 Church St. .. Mt. Reading, Pa. New York 23, N. Y. Reading, Pa. .. .... Centerport, Pa. . . Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Reading, Pa. Temple, Pa. .. .. Reading, Pa. Averill Park, N. Y. .. . Lancaster, Pa. South Temple, Pa. Jacksonwald, Pa. Palmerton, Pa .. . . . . . . Reading, Pa. ast Rutherford, N. J. . . . Reading, Pa .. . West Lawn, Pa Schuylkill Haven. Pa. . . . Laureldale, Pa . . . Reading, Pa. . . ........ Reading, Pa. . . . . Berkshire Heights, Pa. Penn, Reading, Pa . . . Oley, Pa. Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Wellsboro, Pa. . . . . Coaldale, Pa. . .. Reading, Pa 'im MJ 1,01 Nil 2 Vilif A151 iifgl-,ll NITZ. I Iill mo N AVI' ' IIV M I :IIZIIA V ' 10149 5 CNA MEIN 430 91 M1-I, 1 335 5' EIITH. V noi I ERVIN, II ms I EVANS, I ess o EVANS, . ism I EVANS, 1501 iiiiviii 136 I FIELD, I 826 I FRAN11 izsi ERIEDM 1514 FROMII 1224 VIVA I Ilif SAVSII 30 L VHA Sao VLBER SI1 VID. iii Vi VIEBE is AREA iz Nu zu VSA is- All I Vu I .WR r I 'M ' fax, .i, iw., QI, Nm 1553, gi A- :, , . I 5:1-. . 1-1 .uh Ext: 11511 15, I - 91111 lf: ... laimlz iz .,,,,IIEU"'l WNW ll: 'J if. M: ': UF- wir 555- W IW' f-,- WJ f If '13 1-. A' "" Iffii. gg ri' V DOHNER, JOHN F. 827 Washington St. .. DOMBRO, MARGARET 1034 Chestnut St. .. DOUTY, SHIRLEY L. 515 Park Ave. ..... . DRESHER, NORMAN 1042 N. iofh sf. DUFFY, EUGENE E. 12 N. Broad St. DUNITZ, HOWARD I. 1500 Alsace Rd. .... . DUNLOP, ARTHUR H. "Greenfields" ....... EITZEL, ROBERT J. 1014 Elm St. ..... . EMES, WILLIAM R. 6 Cambridge ........ ENGLEHART, NANCY 430 Sunset Rd. .... . ENOCH, THOMAS J. 335 S. Sterley St. . . . . ERTEL, DO-NALD A. 1101 N. 9th St. ERVIN, JAMES A. 1446 Moss St. .. EVANS, JAMES K. 636 Center Ave. .. EVANS, JOHN R. 1507 Bern sf. EVANS, PHILIP FISHER C. 1507 Bern St. ....... . FARVER, ROBERT W. 136 Basler Ave. . FIELD, ROBERT R. 826 Madison Ave. ..... . FRANTZ, WILLIAM T. 128 Broad St. ...... . FRI EDMAN, EUGENE H. 2534 Cumberland . . . FROMUTH, JAMES- C. 1224 Green St. .... . FUNK, ERWIN D., JR. 1435 Garfield Ave. . . GANSTER, WILLIAM 30 Arlington St. . . . . J. GATTER, LEONARD E. 530 E. Mt. Airy Ave. GILBERT, JOEL H. 517 N. 25th St. GOOD, ELMER IL. 246 Front St. ..... . GOUNDER, JACK B. 205 Brobst St. .... . GREBE, MARY M. 1506 Eckert St. .... . GREEN, CAL'VIN E. 121 Wood Ave. GREEN, CHARLES R. 217 Center St. .... . GREENSPAN, JULIAN 692 Eastern Parkway GRIESEMER, JOHN C. 1817 Perkiomen Ave. GULDIN, HOWARD J. 1606 N. 12th St. D. , JR. Mt. . . . . Reading, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. . . . . Altoona, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. West Hazleton, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. .... Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . Lincoln Park, Pa. West Reading, Pa. Shillington, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. ... . Reading, Pa. . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. Lemoyne, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . Williamstown, Pa. Penn, Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. .. . Wyomissing, Pa. . . . . .. Reading, Pa. Philadelphia 19, Pa. .. . Reading, Pa. .. . .. Lititz, Pa. .. . . Shillington, Pa. Reading, Pa. Syracuse, N. Y. . . . . Tamaqua, Pa. Brooklyn, 13, N. Y. . .. Reading, Pa Reading, Pa HAGGLUND, LAURA I. 2940 N. Franklin St. .. HALLER, DONALD F. 1635 Chislett St. HALPRI N, ARTHUR EDWARD 8 Washburn Place .. HARKNESS, TOM 536 Centre Ave. .... . HARNLY ALBERT E. Philadelphia 33, . Pittsburgh 6, Pa. Pa. . . . Caldwell, N. J. . . .. Reading, Pa. 1519 Garfield Ave. . .. . . . Wyomissing, Pa. HARPER, ROBERT E. 324 S. 18th St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. HARRIS, ETHEL D. 6144 Normal Road, Jamaica, N. J. HART, HARRY L. R. D. 1 ........................... Birdsboro, Pa. HAYUM, W. WALTER 35 Primrose Lane .... East Hills, Roslyn, L. I., N. Y. HEIM, JOHN S. Klingerstown ............. ..... O ley, Pa. HENDRICKSON, EARL B. R. D. 3 ................. . . . Norristown, Pa. HENRY, THOMAS E. ...Stonersville,Pa. HESS, GEORGE E. 2038 Reading Ave. .. . . West Lawn, Pa. HEYDT, LEMAR R. 116 S. 8th St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. HILL, ETHEL MAY 137 E. Penn Ave. ..... .... R obesonia, Pa. HOFFMAN, ROBERT B. 1409 Linden St. ............. .... R eading, Pa. HOOPES, DARLINGTO-N, JR. 1521 Greenview Ave. ........ .... R eading, Pa. HUMMER, GEORGE B. 1003 S. Queen St. ...... . . . York, Pa. HUTCHINSON, WM. K. 1024 N. 5th St. ........ .... R eading, Pa. JOHNSON, .SHIRLEY L. 49 Barney St. ............ .... W ilkes-Barre, Pa. JOHNSON, WINIFRED L. 1111 Gregg Ave. ......... .... R eading, Pa. KAEBNICK, WARREN W. 447 'W. Main St. ......... ....... S omerset, Pa. KAESE, WERNER E. 9th and Windsor Sts. . . . . Berkshire Heights, Pa. KAKOS, FRANK 5. 1417 N. 13th St. .. Reading, Pa KANE, THOMAS G. 1017 N. 4th St. ...... . . Reading, Pa KARPEN, WILLIAM L. 141 Pear St. ....... . . Reading, Pa KAST, BARBARA D. 118 S. Hopkins St. .... . . . Sayre, Pa KEARNEY, JOHN M. 1911 Elizabeth Ave. . .. .... Laureldale, Pa. KEENER, GEORGE W. h 827 McKnight St. .... Reading, Pa KEPHART, HARRY M. 395 N. Evans St. ..... .. . Pottstown, Pa KIDD, THOMAS I. 333 W. Walnut St. . .. .... Shillington, Pa KILLIAN, CALEB B. 523 McKnight St. . .. .... Reading, Pa KOCH, RICHARD H. 107 Revere Blvd. .... Lincoln Park, Pa KOCH, ROY DAVID 1431 Mulberry St. . .. KOEN IG, EARL C. .. . Reading, Pa R. D. 2 ........... ..... B ernville, Pa KOPP, LAMAR W. 3304 Glen Ave. ........... .... B altimore 15, Md KOSKULITZ, BERNARD S. 116 Putnam St. ................ West Hazleton, Pa KOSTRAB, JOHN F. 63 Sheridan St. ............ . . . Wilkes-Barre, Pa. KOURSAROS, HARRY G. 1419 N. 12th St. ........ Reading, Pa KRECKER, BRUCE D. 237 Maclay St. ........ Harrisburg, Pa. KRESKA, CHESTER D. 1640 Cotton St. .......... . . . Reading, Pa. KRIEBEL, OSCAR S., JR. 420 Derstine St. ......... .... L ansdale, Pa. KROENIG, FRANK J., JR. ' 120 S. 2nd Ave. ......... West Reading, Pa. KUBISEN, JOSEPH S. 2601 E. Clearfield St. .... . . . Philadelphia, Pa. LAWRENCE, ROBERT J. Adamstown, Pa. LEVAN, C. WILLIAM 7 E. Elm St. ........ Shillington, Pa. LEWIS, WILLIAM F. 1334 N. 11th St. ............... Reading, Pa. LICHTENBERGER, BARBARA A. 1517 Wayne Ave. ............... .... Y ork, Pa. LIEBERMAN, CALVIN 939 N. 10th St. ..... .. . Reading, Pa. LILLIS, BERNARD J. 1527 Cotton St. ............... ..... R eading, Pa. LOCKNER, ARTHUR W., JR. 5814 Winner Ave. ........ .. . Baltimore 15, Md. LYMAN, MARJORIE A. , 806 Westmoreland Ave. .. .. . Norfolk 8, Va. MacLATCHlE, VIVIAN M. 4822 Kutztown Rd. ....... Temple, Pa. MALINOWSKI, WALTER L. 226 N. West St. ........... . . . Shenandoah, Pa. MALLOW, RICHARD D. ...StonyCreekMills, Pa. MARACANI, JAMES P. 550 N. Wyoming St. ...... .... H azleton, Pa. MARQUETTE, JOHN B., JR. 429 Oak Terrace ................ 'West Reading, Pa. MATTER, HAROLD E. P. O. Box 97 ............... .... L oyalton, Pa. McFARLAND, DOROTHY M. 737 N. Franklin St. .......... Lancaster, Pa. McKENNA, JOHN J., JR. 115 Coal St. ............ Port Carbon, Pa. McKlNNEY, ROBERT E. 216 Mulberry St. ...... .. . Reading, Pa. MECH, FREDERICK G. 3401 Gough St. .. .4 ....... Baltimore 24, Md. MELLINGER, MARY JANE 444 Chestnut St. .......... . .. West Reading, Pa. MENGEL, JAMES L. 1138 Perry St. ....... .. . Reading, Pa. MERCIER, ALFRED R. 106 Perkasie Ave. .... . . . West Lawn, Pa. MESSER, RICHARD J. 847 Muhlenberg St. . .. . . . Reading, Pa. MEST, ROBERT R. 650 Birch St. ....... . MILLARD, RUSSELL E. MILLER, JANICE M. 817 Caldwell Ave. .... . MILLER, 'ROBERT W. ' 52 W. Wyomissing Ave. . MOERDER, HAZEL K. IVIORFY, ANTHONY E. 605 Railroad St. ....... . MOR-CAN, G. BEVERLY 407 Palmer St. ........ . MOSER, ROBERT E. A Main St. .............. . MURPHY, RODERICH J. 42 East Phillips St. .. .. NACE, JAMES R. 839 W. Poplar St. .......... . NEUROTH, A. FREDERICK 380 Sunset Rd. ................ 'West Reading, NOMIYAMA, SACHI 1345 Fawcett Ave. ..... . OPLINGER, GERALD G. R. D. 2 ................ OXENREIDER, ELWOOD J. Box 5 ................. PEDOTA, JERRY F. 221 Liberty St. ..... . PEIRCE, PATRICIA A. 1518 Palm St. ...... . PIKE, ROBERT C. 418 N. York St. .... . PLASKONOS, WASIL 72 Lawrence St. . . . . POTTS, HEISTER 200 N. iofh sf. ........ . PRINGLE, MARGARET L. Carsonia Ave. .......... . RAEZER, STANLEY F. 631 Weiser St. ....... . REBER, BRUCE A. 1112 N.13th sr. REEVES, JOSEPH Mathers Lane .... REIN, CLETA J. 502 Cleveland Ave. . REISS, EARL F. 401 Fairview St. ...... . RESIDE, JOHN P., JR. 1325 Liberty St. ...... . REYNOLDS, E. JANE 710 Enderby Drive ..... RHOADS, CHARLES D. 2323 Fairview Ave. ..... . RICKENBACH, STE'RLl NC- S. R.D.1 ................ RIEGNER, PHILIP A. 936 Hamilton Place . . RISHEL, SARAH L. 225 Spruce St. ........ . RITTENHOUSE, JAMES R. R. D. 1 ................ ROLAND, DAVID H. 1508 N. 12th St. .. . . . . Reading, Pa . . . Gibraltar Pa U . . . . Portage, Pa . . . . . Mohnton Pa New Ringgold, Pa . . . . . Tamaqua, Pa . . . . Plymouth, Pa Leesport, Pa Coaldale, Pa . ..... York, Pa. Sinking Spring, Pa. Temple, P Long Branch, N. J . . . . Reading, P Pottstown, Pa . Hartford 6, Conn . . . Reading, Pa . . .. Stony Creek Mills, Pa . . .. Reading, Pa . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Whitemarsh, Pa . . . Milton, Pa .. . Hyde Villa, Pa .. . Harrisburg, Pa . . . Alexandria, Va Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. . . Wyomissing, Pa. Reading, Pa . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. .,iA'f" I My ' "I ,P 2 In -fill. I . . . . Tacoma, Washington J -'I l"li .ww .-,. 'ln v .vi J 43, ,.v" . H30 I W tif! f I - II.,- ml , will .f rm WE J P 54 Jimi 'L ...... Pa' 1-MW I ,,..... 1101991 ,gg ..... :El IMI ll. ESM. ...... Will will ml I Slllii :Will I 'PPI P5151 ..... Wim -I 2511512 fl-Win ., lm. Tvllallimlm .1 k I F7 ..1""1wn WR ml . all llllz 1 5 Pill' .LIL "- ll ,,.,W if , l liz , ull 1 Tililim .X -I" , 'lil I1 IH 5 rifgif' .giitg .331 N-'Wmll ,rt 1 'xlxhb ' 'I 'H Ei '-. N . ..... 1 1 "sl, 1 Ill Q 1 'N . 'IM IW I fl 1 H., 'til 1, ...PMN I 'mm IvI'l . ""I1rl,:, ' IE if-. IW 11115, 'HISIUQQI '----almxzi -Uvelney, ,.. ...Il1ml:,l:' sm' Qglfgli M1 HE'- . IPI M 11.- .-"'II!Ii We 12555 4' 1 ." ,- 19:2 ll' .lf I 1 u ragga 4 ': x 'f. 1 . 'r ROLAND, FREDERICK H. 1508 N. 12th St. ...... . ROLAND, RICHARD B. 1514 Bern St. ....... . RONEY, JANE P. Fairfield and Chester Rds. . . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Reading, Pa . . . Devon, Pa ROSEN, FRED 96 E. 39th St. ............. Paterson, N. J ROTHERMEL, JOHN D., JR. 51 Keppel Ave. ............ .... W est Lawn, Pa ROTHERMEL, RICHARD L. 123 N. Richmond St. .... . . Fleetwood, Pa. ROWE, JOHN w. 37 Chestnut St. ....... . . . Mohnton Pa SANTASPIRT, SAMUEL 819 Greenwich St. ..... .... R eading, Pa SAVAGE, BETTY MAE R. D. 1 .............. .... R eading, Pa. SAYLOR, FORREST R. 125 Greenwich St. ...... .... R eading, Pa SCHAEFFER, GERALD D. 138 S. 8th St. .............. .... R eading, Pa SCHARTEL, ALBERT P., JR 145 Pear St. ............... .... R eading, Pa. SCHELL, RICHARD R. 107 S. 6th St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. SCHIEFER, HARRY P. 923 Birch St. ......... .... R eading, Pa SCHNABLE, GEORGE L. 36 S. Wyomissing Ave. . .. . Shillington, Pa SCOLASTICO, JOHN S. 1255 N. 11th St. ...... .... R eading Pa SEIP, WARREN R. ...Leesport Pa SEISLER, EDWARD P. 1431 Birch St. ......... .... R eading, Pa. SHEETZ, NICHOLAS J. 440 Windsor St. ....... .... R eading, Pa. SHELLEY, DONALD E. 1014 Douglass St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. SHERMAN, RICHARD B. 1570 Mineral Spring Rd. ......... .... R eading, Pa. SHINE, WILLIAM E. Fagleysville Apts. ...... Perkiomenville, R. D. 1, Pa. SIEGFRIED, PAUL G. 234 N. 12th St. .......... .... .... R e ading, Pa. SIMMONS, WILLIAM F. 201 Penn St. ........... .... R eading, Pa. SIMON, WILLIAM H. 1414 Garfield Ave. . . . .... Wyomissing, Pa. SMITH, BRYANT R. 518 W. Market St. .... Williamstown, Pa. SMOLNIK, STANLEY J. 1701 Cotton St. ....... .... R eading, Pa. SNOOK, JOHN E. 401V2 Valley St. .. .. . Lewistown, Pa. SONEN, RALPH P. 309 Spring Blvd. ........ .. Tarpon Springs, Fla. STAPLETON, ROBERT H. 1337 N. 11th St. ....... ........... R eading, Pa. STECH, BRUCE R. 511 Madison Ave. ........ Hyde Crest, Reading, Pa. STEVENSO-N, DONALD R. 1353 N. 10th St. ......... .... R eading, Pa. STOOP, 'VERNON, JR. Leesport, Pa STOUDT, EUGENE J. 332 Catherine St. ..... .... S hillington, Pa. STOUDT, RALPH J., JR. STREMBA, WILLIAM R. 819 Master St. ...... . SWAVELY, J EANNE . Milford, N. J. . . . Reading, 979 New Holland Rd ..... .... R eading, SWEETAPPLE, RONALD A. 120 N. Front St. ......... .... F ranklin, SWOPE, PAULINE L. R. D. 1 ........... Lock Haven, TAUB, STANLEY 1614 N. 15th St. ......... .... R eading, TAYLOR, ROBERT B., JR. 3 Fritztown Rd. .......... . . . Lincoln Park, THOMPSON, JOYCE A. 1624 Delaware Ave. . .. TONKIN, JANET G. 115 Asbury Ave. ULRICI-1, EUGENE R. Wyomissing, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa Pa. . . . Ocean Grove, N. J. 229 W. Main St. ..... Adamstown, Pa. ULRICH, RICHARD P. R. D. 1 ................. .... S inking Spring, Pa. UMBENHAUER, ELMER R. 1359 Avenue D. .......... .... R eading, Pa. VanHOUTEN, ROBERT J. 1327 Locust St. ........ .. . Reading, Pa. VanLlEW, LEON T. 116 S. 4th St. ..... . . . Reading, Pa. VOIGT, ALVI O. 1519 N. 14th St. ........... .... R eading, Pa. 'VON SEEKAMM, OLDRICK F. 325 E. 72nd St. ........... New York, N. Y. WAGNER, ALBERT M. Adamsdale, Pa. WAGNER, KENNETH A. 1 Oxford Ave. ......... Lincoln Park, Pa. WAGNER, WILLIAM A. 212 Brobst St. ......... . Shillington, Pa. WALENTA, RUDOLPH C. 302 Jefferson Blvd. ..... Lincoln Park, Pa. WALKER, WILLIAM P. 840 W. College Ave. ..... ...... Y ork, Pa. WALTER, DONALD W. 107 Woodside Ave. ...... West Lawn, Pa. WERLEY, JOHN D. 1330 N. 13th St. ...... Reading, Pa. WESNER, WILLIAM L. 328 S. Third Ave. ..... .... W est Reading, Pa. WHITE, H. DONALD 120 Redwood St. ........... .... W arren, Pa. WILDERMUTH, GUY L., JR 1005 Franklin St. ........... ..... R eading, Pa. WITMAN, DONALD J. 339 Chestnut St. ...... .... W est Reading, Pa. YEAKEL, JAMES W. 145 Monroe Ave. .... . . . West Hazleton, Pa. YOCUM, JOHN W. 919 N. 5th St. .......... . . . Reading, Pa. ZANDER, CHRISTIAN 305 W. Elm St. ........ . Shillington, Pa. ZEOCK, MARGARET P. 2413 Cumberland Ave. . Mt. Penn, Pa. ZERBE, ROBERT W. 921 Pear St. ............ .... R eading, Pa. ZERVANOS, ALEXIS J. 319 Sunset Road ................ West Reading, Pa. ZIMMERMAN, HAROLD L. 350 Duke St. .............. .... E phrata, Pa. GARD I NER, MARJORI E J. BROWN, PERCY D. CLASS OF 1951 I The "Frosfh" have made t'heir mark on campus, already. Theirs was the largest fresh- man class in Albright history. They created a furor with their revolt. The upper-classmen have gradually learned to know each freshman as an individual as the Freshmen recovered from the confusion of their first days on campus. From the Senior Class of 1948-a pater- nal pat on the head, Froshl lln June of 1951, you'II know how we feel, now.I ALTENDERFE-R, HAROLD A. 934 Ni iofh sr. ........... . AUERMULLER, FRANCIS J. 685 Chestnut St. .......... .. BADORF, THEODORE T. 42 Terrace Ave. ........ . BAILEY, FAYE E. 920 N. Front St. .... . BAKER, JOANNE E. 266 N. 24th St. ....... . BATDORFF, ROBERT J. 1304 Howard Place .. BEAVER, JAMES C. ........................ -- BERNHARDT, ROBERT H. 303 "A" St. .......... . BIEBER, DANIEL C. 648 N. 11th St. .... . BIEBER, HAROLD W. 648 N. 11th St. ....... . BlT'LER, CHARLES F., JR. 104 Willow St. ....... . BOAMAN, JAMES A. 716 Bellevue Ave. ..... . BOCZAR, STANLEY J. 4947 Kutztown Rd. BOLTON, GENEVA L. 710 N. sixfh sf. ...... . BOTZUM, RICHARD A. 236 N. 10th St. ...... . BRA'Y, RUTH M. 231 Bala Ave. ......... . BRENNER, HOWARD F., JR. 337 S. 18th St. ............ . BROSKEY, RICHARD D. 1252 Spruce St. .......... . BROWN, MARGARET E. 621 N. Pitt St. BYBEL, DAVID 237 W. High St. ............ . CALCASACCO, JEANN I NE 120 River Rd. ............... . CARR, CHARLES L. R. D. 2 ............ CLOSE, -ROBERT L. CLOUSER, MARY E. COHN, BETTY ANN 5 Park Rd. ....... . COM I NS, JOHN P. 801 Greenwich St. ...... . CONNOR, TERRENCE E. 1800 Perkiomen Ave. . . . . COOPER, JAMES B., JR. 28 W. Court Blvd. ........ . . CRAWFORD, GERALD N. 7 S. Robinson Ave. ........... CROUNSE, CHARLES R., JR. 203 Orange Ave. .......... . . . . Reading, Pa. . . Arlington, N. J. . . . Ephrata, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. Camp Hill, Pa. .. . . . Reading, Pa. Port Treverton, Pa. Girardville, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . . . Adamstown, Pa. . . . Laureldale, Pa. . . . . Temple, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. .. . Reading, Pa. . .. Oreland, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. Paradise, Pa. . . . . Carlisle, Pa. . . . Coaldale, Pa. . . . . Birdsboro, Pa. . .. Malvern, Pa. . . . Ellerslie, Md. Oley, Pa Paterson, N. J. . . .. Reading, Pa .. . . Reading, Pa .. West Lawn, Pa . . . . Pen Argyl, Pa . . . Cranford, N. J DeFARGES, J. ROBERT 117 Copley Rd. ........ Upper Darby, Pa. DEITER, JOANNE L. 508 S. Shippen St. .... Lancaster, Pa. DEPPEN, ROBERT E. 1222 Douglass St. ................... Reading, Pa. DICKERT, WILSON C. 1818 Kalorama Rd., NSW., Apt. 31. .Washington, D. C. DRAZEK, WALTER C. 1426 N. Olden Ave. ................ Trenton, N. J. DUNKELBERGER, JAMES E. R. D. 1 .................. .... D enver, Pa. EBLING, CLARENCE D. Mohrsville, Pa. ECKENROAD, SHIRLEY A. 46 Cacoosing Ave. ....... .... 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Shillington, Pa Reading Pa B., JR. 1 Reading Pa. 19 Upland Rd. ....... . KEHLER, WILLIAM D. Mahanoy City, Pa. Centre Hall, Pa LEVAN, LUTHER W. 19 Walnut St. .... . LEVAN, PAUL E. 12 S. Hull St. .......... . LEWIS, GRENVILLE, Ill Cherry Lane Farm ...... LORAH, EDWIN W. 121 Schuylkill Ave. .. MAGEE, JEAN V. 218 Walnut St. ...... . MALATESTA, MICHAEL L. 55 N. Second St. .... .. Iv1ALLOw, JACK 1847 Fairview Ave. .... . MARQU ES, DOLORES M. R.D.2 .............. MARS-ON, WILLIAM, JR.m" 66 Wyoming St. ........ Lee MARTIN, ANITA L. 11 Hillcrest Terrace ..... MAYERS, WILLIAM K. 19 Upland Rd. ............. . KITZMILLER, VIRGINIA J. 32 N. 23rd St. ........... . KOCH, ROBERT S. 662 Tulpehocken St. . . . KOHL, PAUL R. 46 Seminary Ave. .. KOLB, JOYCE M. 310 E. Ludlow St. ..... . KONDRATH, ROBERT S. 219 Brookline St. ..... . KRIMEN, LEWIS I. 1214 Robeson St. ..... . KROHTO, WILLIAM H. 322 HIII St. ......... . KROUSE, JOHN M. 272 Church Ave. . KUKLIS, FRANK J. 1033 Birkbeck St. KYLE, JAY F. Lion Hotel ......... LAKOW, GERALD J. 1692 52nd St. ....... . LaMARCA, RUSSELL 233 Carpenter St. . . . . LANGFORD, EARL A. 1529 Linden St. ..... . LARKIN, JOHN E. 32 N. 25th St. .... . LASER, F I LBERT R. . . . . Reading, . . . . Reading, . . . . . . Bernville, Wyomissing Hills, Wyomissing Hills, . . . . Mt. Penn, . . . . Reading, . . . . Bernharts, Summit Hill, . . . . Reading, 14 High St. ............. . McGlNlTHEN, MARIAN A. 520 Elm St. .......... . McLOUD, ALICE B. 134 N. 9th SI. ....... . MILLER, BARBARA A. 41 W. Turnbull Ave. . .. MILLER, KATHRYN H. R. D. 1 ............ MILLER, MARION I. R. D. 1 ............ MILLER, RICHARD S. R. D. 1 ............ MILLER, ROBERT T. 201 Tulpehocken Ave. . MILLE-R, RUSSELL J. 301 Fair Ave. ....... . MILLER, VERNON D. 2614 N. Calvert St. IvIINkER, JULES s. 1508 Palm St. ..... . MOGEL, BARBARA L. 430 Oak Terrace ......... .... LEAVITT, PATRICIA A. 21 E. 82nd St. .......... . . . LEE, RICHARD G. 421 S. Logan Ave. LEIER, WILLIAM A. 1702 State St. ........ . LEITI-IAM, C. RICHARD 1205 N. 10th sr. ..... . LENDACKI, RITA A. R. D. 1 ............... LESTER, LOUIS R., JR. R. D. 4 .............. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Peckville, Pa. . . . . Ephrata, Pa. . . . Freeland, Pa. . . Red Lion, Pa. Brooklyn, N. Y. . .. Reading, Pa. . . .. Reading, Pa. . . .. Mt. Penn, Pa. West Reading, Pa. New York, N. Y. Trenton 9, N. J. Schenectady, N. Y. . . . .' Reading, Pa. Fleetwood, Pa. West Chester, Pa. . . . . . . Esterly, Pa Sinking Spring, Pa .. Meclfanicsville, Md . . . . . Reading, Pa . . . Lemoyne, Pa. St. Clair, Pa Mt. Penn, Pa . . . . . . . Birdsboro, Pa. Park , Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Salem, N. J . . . Pennside, Pa. Reading, Pa. . . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Haverton, Pa. Sinking Spring, Pa. Jonestown, Pa. . . . Jonestown, Pa. n.. West Reading, Pa. . . . . . Hanover, Pa. Baltimore 18, Md. . . . Reading, Pa. 1023 Terrace Ave. ................ Wyomissing, Pa. MORRIS-ON, KATHRYN E. Angora Rd. ............... . MOYER, WILLIAM H. 218 Hudson St. ....... . MOYER, WILLIAM R. R. D. I ............ .... MULLER, PAUL A. 36 Church St. ......... . MURPHY, RO'DERlCK J. 42 E. Phillip sr. ..... . NATANBLUT, ALMA 2404 Filbert St. ...... . NELSON, HAROLD B. 220 E. Grant Ave. ..... . NEUROTH, JANICE H. 8 Rothermol St. ........... . OBERHOLTZER, PH'YLLlS E. OXENREIDER, GEORGE D. Box 5 ................. POMROY, J. DE'VERE 619 15th St. ....... . POORE, PATRICIA A. 141 S. Hanover St. .. PRICE, JANET E. 251 Carsonia Ave. ........ . PROUDFOO-T, MALCOLM P. 1746 Perkiomen Ave. ...... . RAAB, JAMES W. 324 Windsor St. Stony Creek Mills, Pa. Reading, Pa. Stony Creek Mills, Pa. High Bridge, N. J. . . . . . Coaldale, Pa. .. .. Mt. Penn, Pa. .. Roselle Park, N. J. . . . . Bernharts, Pa. . . . Milroy, Pa. . . .. Temple, Pa. . . . Franklin, Pa. . . . . Carlisle, Pa. . . . . Mt. Penn, Pa. Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. RENTZ, ROBERT I. 117 Reading Blvd. RENTZ, ROY M. ' 117 Reading Blvd. ..... . REPSHER, DONALD R. 206 Miller St. ....... . REYNOLDS, BEN 1102 W. Walnut St. ...... . RICHARDS, SARANNE W. 25 Pine St. ............ . ROADARMEL, THIRZA L. 103 N. Market St. ...... . ROMIG, RONALD S. 1621 Union St. ROSEN, MARTIN 1430 N.13th sr. ROSEN, ROBERT 96 E. 39th St. ........ . ROSSNER, GEORGE F., JR. 1 620 49th St. ......... . ROTHERMEL, LEON M. 121 N. Franklin St. . ROTHMAN, DANIEL A. 1106 Stratford Ave. .... . RUDOMANSKI, VICTORIA 103 Duke St. .......... . RUOFF, ROBERT M. 1229 Pike St. ...... . SAVIDGE, JOHN M. 1319 Perry St. ........ . SCHAEFFER, WILLIAM E., 349 Linden St. ........ . SCHAFFER, BURTON 1526 Mineral Spring Rd. . SCHIRMEISTER, CHARLES 959 Blvd. East ......... SCHLEGEL, RAYMOND C. R. D. 2, Box 122 ....... SCHMEHL, BLAINE C. 1254 Church St. ..... . SCHOCK, ROBERT F. 608 Gregg St. .' ..... .. SCHORPP, GEORGE E. 79 E. Wyomissing Ave. .. SCHREINER, WILLARD R. 140 Catherine St. ...... . SCHUTT, ROBERT A. 912 Birch St. ......... . SCOTT, GEORGE A., JR. Sycamore Rd. .......... . SERFASS, WILSON N., JR. Lincoln Ave. ..... .... . SH EESLEY, ELLA M. R.1 ................... SHEFFER, ALBERT L., ll 109 Windsor St. ....... . SHELLABEAR, JEAN L. 324 N. Sth St. ....... . SHENK, JAY R 522 S. Wayne St. . SHERLACH, JAY E. 23 Bradford Rd. . SIMONDS, RUTH C. R. D. 2 .......... SKINNER, WILLIAM H. 2317 Noble sr. .. SMITH DAVID L. 836 Arlington Rd. SMITH JEAN' E. 204 Glenwood Ave. .. SMITH 'LOIS H. 49 Livingston Ave. SMITH, MARGARET A. 638 N. 25th St. ...... . T. JR. E . . . Wyomissing, Pa. . . . Wyomissing, Pa. Bangor, Pa. Sharnokin, Pa. Summit Hill, Pa. .. . Mount Carmel, Pa. .. . .. Reading, Pa. . . . Reading, Pa. . . . Paterson, N.J Pennsauken, N. J. . . . . . Fleetwood, Pa . Melrose Park 26, Pa Keary, N. J . Reading, Pa . . .. . Reading, Pa . . . . . Reading, Pa . . . . . Reading, Pa ...... . Weehawken, N. J ... ... . . Reading, Pa . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Shillington, Pa . . . . Mohnton, Pa . . . . Shillington, Pa . . . Reading, Pa. . . . . Reigelsville, Pa. . . . Bowmanstown, Pa Mt. Pleasant Mills, Pa Reading, Pa . . . Reading, Pa . . . . Lewistown, Pa. Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . . Birdsboro, Pa . .. West Lawn, Pa York, Pa . Merchantville, N. J. Arlington, N. J. . . . . Pennside, Pa SMOLN I K, GERALDI NE F. 523 Minor St. ......... . SNYER, CHARLES L. 200 Fairview St. .... . SOHNS, MARTHA M. 1547 Dauphin Ave. .. SOULGES, JAMES P. 44 E. Ave. ............. . . . SPIESE, MELVIN G., JR. 302 oiey sr. .......... . SPRIN-G, ELEANOR J. 604 Parkway Ave. .... . STAVR I DES, DOROTHY 537 Franklin St. ......... .. . STRAUSE, RICHARD L. . . . Reading, Pa. .. Hyde Villa, Pa. . Wyomissing, Pa. Mount Carmel, Pa. Reading, Pa. . Trenton 8, N. J. West Reading, Pa. 120 W. Walnut St. ........ . .. Shillington, Pa. STRAUSSER, PATRICIA A. 547 McKnight si. .... . STUMP, NANCY G. 704 Tuckerton Ave. . STURCHIO, JOSEPH 217 Fairmount Ave. . .. . STUTZMAN, RALPH W. 118 Hay Ave. ........... . SWARTZ, MARY A. R. D. I ............ SYMONS, BEATRICE 134-51 229th St. TAYLOR, RICHARD J. 3 Fritztown Rd. ..... . TELSEY, MEL'Vl N S. 2249 E. 21st St. ......... THOMPSON, JAMES F., JR. R. D. 1 ................. .. TYSON, RUTH M. 808 Delta Ave. ..... . wAip, S. i3EvAN 1038 Buttonwood St. .. WARD, JOSEPH I3., JR. f 4405 Walnut St. ...... . WHITE, ROBERT M. 109 Penn St. ......... . WINNER, CHARLOTTE K. 14 N. Broad St. ...... . WISE, JOHN W. 44 Arlington St. ..... . WOLFE, CHARLES R. 312 Second St. ...... . WOLFF, JOSEPH H. 1439 Moss St. .............. . WOODWORTH, NORMAN E. 707 Hickory St. ............. . WOOMER, ROY T., JR. 603 Crescent Ave. .... . WRIGHT, PATTY LOU 248 Main St. ........... . YANOSKI, BERNARD A. 92 Oxford St. ........ . YARNELL, EDWARD H. 42 Shaw Ave. ....... . YAT RON, STRATTON 355 N. 10th St. ......... . YEAGER, CHARLES S. III 52 E. Main St. ........ . YOCHUM, J. KARL YOUNG, WILLIAM I.. 1610 Mineral Spring Rd. ZELLNER, CHARLES E., JR. 948 Church St. ............ . 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V' l Ielllllllll ...l' Wm 5111, tl lllllm Reldlll ll l. ..,, W. """""le11lll 1111111 lam. Il lu HIV Utivlllll Q """ "'-- 111111 ll lll IR a '1 . lgggfj, Q, 1. ................ ld-g 11 ldf-fl A ,.....A.....,,Q. illflliw TEL , II., Qlffx. .ffl R all-11 ull lla ph Iwllffltig D 135174. lglll 4A , 9 'uul ,til W v ,."'l I . 'l .. l1,,.. .- - , gal lrlr ...4,""""' l I ., . ,. ul' 3 ' lf' 59. A 'llkf AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES The second year of Al'bright's post-war evening classes . . . and another earnest group of glht is -making its contribution to another section of its student body by arranging these special classes. Many of them are students getting their education on "the swing-shift." Albri working part-time or full-time, but devote their leisure hours to a continuation of their education. BAL-ON, JOHN J-, JR. LeCLAIR, LEIGHTON H. 1311 N- 11th ST- ---- Reading. Pa. 181 N. Franklin sl. ..... .... P ollslown, Pa. BARNETT. THOMAS LINETTE, JAMES P. 738 Schuylkill Ave. ..... .--. R eadirlg. Pa. 1515 Hampden Blvd. .... .... R eading, Pa. BATASTINI, EUGENE A. LINS, RICHARD H. I 1422 Spring St. ....... . . . Reading, Pa. 132 Pennsylvania Ave. .. .... Shillington, Pa. BELL, HOWARD C. NELSON, RICHARD G. 755 N. 10th St. .... Reading, Pa. 1040 N. 4th St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. BROWN, RICHARD T. OLINGER, LLOYD E. 1231 Alsace Road .... . . . Reading, Pa. R. D. 3 ............ .... K utztown, Pa. BURNS, ROBERT RACHLIN, JACK 4706 Elsrode Ave. . . .. Baltimore, Md. 1643 Perkiomen Ave. . . .... Reading, Pa. CRUMP, GEORGE O. REDDY, RICHARD W. R. D. 2 .......... .... R eading, Pa. 1414A N. 11th St. ...... .... R eading, Pa. D-EEGAN, CLAUDE C. REICHARD, WILLIAM B. 46 'West Third St. .... .... P ottstown, Pa. 2250 Fairview Ave. ....... Mt. Penn, Pa. ENGLEHART, GERALD F. RIGHTMIYER, EUGENE R. R. D. 1 .............. .... R eading, Pa. 607 S. 4th St. ............ . . . Hamburg, Pa. FISHER, RICHARD D. ROCHOWICZ, FRANK A. 521 Carsonia Ave. .... Reading, Pa. 915 N. 8th St. ........ .... R eading, Pa. GIST, HARVEY F., JR. ROTHERMEL, ROBERT H. Monroe St. .......... .. . Stowe, Pa. 217 Raymond St. .......... Hyde Park, Reading, Pa. 'I 'l If fl HEVALOW, JAMES R. 3400 Montrose St. . . . . .... Laureldale, Pa. HILBERT, RICHARD E. 845 Rose St. ...... . HOHL, JAMES E. 514 N. 10th St. IBACH, DONALD O. 2157 Girard Ave. . .. ISCHINGER, ROBERT 754 North 10th St. . KARABINOS, JOHN J 625 Willow St. .... . KASPROWICZ, ALFRE . . . .... Reading, Pa .... Reading, Pa. . . . .... West Lawn, Pa H. Reading, Pa Reading, Pa D L. 42 W. Washington St. ..... .... W ernersville, Pa KAUL, FRED R. 905 Morey Ave. . KELLY, ANNE E. 59 Washington St. . . .... Wyomissing, Pa . .... Bloomfield, N. J ROWE, JOSEPH Z. 1213 Windsor St. . -- S-CHOLL, ARTHUR E. 563 N. Front St. SCHRACK, JOHN 2408 Fairview Ave. . SEITZINGER, JOHN SNIYDER, EUGENE H. 215 Maple St. .. . . sPATz, JosEPH la. STRUNK, LEONARD E. 427 N. 9th St. ...... . 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