Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)

 - Class of 1962

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'S THE CUE ALBRIGHT COLLEGE Reading Pennsylvania .-X ' - f 1 M, as 1 'F Y Y V PREFACE "Times have Changedf' In today's world, many changes are taking place and so Albright College must keep pace or be forced out of existence. Many changes have taken place in the physical plant of the college and also in administrative policy. As these changes are looked upon with a mature outlook, then We can only come to realize that it is all for the best and for the betterment of the opportunities aiforded us by a college education. It is the senior class that Well realizes how we will all benefit by these changes. 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A: 1'2gE'f'g2'f wifi, ' ,qx,.x,XgA 1 Q MEMORABLE EVENTS N HO mg QUEEN AND COURT i Homecoming Queen was Miss Bar- bara Davis. l i Members of the Homecoming Court included: Vivien King, Lyla Syre, Barbara Davis, April i Pogosaew, Ria de Lugt, Faith King, and Cmissingj Lyn Sharpless. 38 Um T .fy if . 5 ,f OMING The Phi Beta Mu Sorority took first place in the Song Fest with "Climb Every Mountain." on to My House? Kappa Upsilon Phi took nrst place in the Homecoming Float Parade with a float based on the song title "Come WINNING FLOATS Second place went to Alpha Pi Omega for their float based on "I Get A Kick Out Of You." SUNG FEST ,,,.-,-fy am? awww - i L 6 Pi Alpha Tau took iirst place with their Pffiduction of 'Beyond the Sun", iiwwm anim SYFIUWT WH tfHNEE Phi Beta Mu Sorority took second place with a presentation entitled "Human Mon0P01Y-3, 40 hmm Wltutaledli 7 Ufcnf' L-N The Kappas presented a political piece entitled "Freedom is Immortal." NIGHT The Alpha Pi Omega fraternity presented a skit entitled QA Place Called Mira." 1' I Q A Q 1 1 1 "Three Friends" was presented by the Daywomen's Organiza- tion. "The Treety" was the title of the production of Pi Tau Beta. The Zetas gave the "true" happenings of "Washington Crossing the Delaware." x x 41 B. Schaefer, A. Oakes, D. Werner, C. Wilson, M. Hogg, C. Cook, S. Blough, J. Miller, S. Mock, C. Caliendo. MAY DAY QUEEN and her COURT ,gm f . ,, ff ' fu '93 P' f tk- N Qu 4' "' YQ' -dv X Q.. v K if 4 . an r if -3? 1. 'V xiii ., ,1',, .1q.2.. Q :',g, ' .1 - -4.- e N.-Y f gz- .. ,V . L ., , ,LN . .. 1. .. 1 xr. WI, A., , 1- X il. 9. 's A , 3' ' gf. 1.1 V L, L' '. ny. , ' . 16 :fg 'QQ-V I -jf.. , A i Qs. ,., .D ig, .S ofia - Q'5-ms. A351 f-- -.., 1' way' - . ' : ' f' . J r I F 1 - 1 5.1 ? 'In In fog,-frssxk if Q auf, gd.: .2 D at . , . ,. - . -1. ' - . . -- ' -r ., .-fr P V -.-e- ..,1 fg.-,, M 'xi 5 .h wr, Ax 1 . ..' L u' .' T' ,E I 5,1 ff ' . 1' A r . 'A -' 1' , - N N x . M 1. 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Pichini, B. Goodhart, W. Pierce, R. Cotter, S. Rockett, R. MacDermott, Coach Shirk. CROSS COUNTRY 20 Elizabethtown 23 Lafayette 19 Gettysburg 22 Delaware Valley 27 Muhlenberg 30 Moravian 24 P.M.C. 25 F 8a M 15 Juniata 15 Delaware While the Albright College football team was con- stantly rolling up winning scores, the cross country team, under the able mentorship of Eugene Shirk, was not faring quite as well. The final record of the Lion Harriers was 1-9 with the one win ironically coming over Mora- vian. John Grove and Sandy Burkart were consistently the best performers for Albright. They were joined by Barry Goodhart, Walt Pierce, Bob Cotter and Dave Leber among the usual top ten Hnishers. able to For the second straight year, the Lions were finish the football season undefeated and in the process, they continued to hold title to the longest unbeaten string in the Nation at 21 straight games. The 0HlY k t the Lions from a perfect record this game which ep I u year was an 8-8 tie with Moravian College midway through the '61 season. I Once again, it was Gary Chapman, senior quarter- ked the Red and White to continuous back, who spar 1 victory. For his efforts, he was named to a First Team Little All-American berth. Along with teammate Gary - F' st team. Sheeler, he was also named to the All State ir Much credit for the Lionls football success must be kl n iven to the coaching staff consisting of John Pots a , g Jim Doremus and Bob Ford. Potsklan returned to . . . h Albright after a brief stay at Tulane University w ere he had considered taking an assistant coaching job. The 1961 season began at home against the Muhles of Muhlenberg College. Under the lights, the Lions showed a capacity crowd that they were still a team to be recognized as one of the best in the East. The final score was a smashing 50-20. The Dragons of Drexel were next to test the Lions. Once again in a home game under the lights, the Lions continued to display a blistering offense by rolling up a 47-6 score for their 15th straight victory over a three year span. In their first road game, the Red and White traveled to Gettysburg to take on the Bullets in a driving rain storm. The Bullets came back in the second half but the Lions proved to be too much as they came off the field on top of a 37-21 score. Highlight of the Gettys- burg encounter was Doug Deicke's 85 yard punt return in the second quarter. The men of Coach Potsklan got a taste of mid-west- ern. brand of football when a powerful Youngstown University team invaded the Lion's Den with the hopes of Wrecking Albfighfs Homecoming. For the third straight year, rain marred the festivities but the score showed Albright winning their 17th straight, 20-6, Coach John Potsklan fis1low:G.Seigli I. Olaf. G. Reagan 1-HRD. Rielsdx liilHOWfC,SDQ1 bfi R. Uidley. lueiiiggl gm, T. 050, Q, Cha, 1 in Potsklan 1 i jf' 2 I2 First Row: G. Seighman, G. Alfiero, G. Chapman, G. Sheeler, W. Leonard, L. Nevins, W. Bors, D. Rees, O-. Ricci. Fifth T. Olivo, G. Reagan, S. Simon. Second Row: R. Duckworth, Row: D. Deicke, D. Hartman, R. Limoli, J. Paris, W. Savage, J. Huie, D. Rietscha, H. Buck, M. Morano, R. Guglielmino. D. D,Apolito, M. Gaito. Sixth Row: Coaches J. Doremus, Third Row: C. Snear, R. Kopp, C. Miller, B. Shutty, J. God- J. Potsklan, R. Ford. bolte, R. Lindley. Fourth Row: T. Griffie, D. Manlove FQOT BALL Kneeling:G. Sheeler, G. Reagan. Standing: E. Alfiero, G. Seighman, T. Olivo, G. Chapman. 1 4. 1 l. 1 1 I 1 i . 1 1 1 1 1 2 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 'Zim gm 1 f 4 Albright 47 Drexel 6 D-Day for the Lions came in the form of Disaster Day when the team traveled to Bethlehem to take on the under-dog Hounds of Morvian. The Hounds scored first in the third quarter to lead 8-O. In the final quarter Gary Chapman passed to Doug Deicke in the end zone and then ran a two point conversion to tie the score. Both teams made last ditch efforts to score again but the game ended in a tie, thus ending Albright's chances for a third consecutive championship in the MAC and at the same time snapping their 17 game winning streak. Lebanon Valley was the next opponent and for the first time, the Albrightians found themselves the under- dogs. At Lebanon, they proved they did not like the role by smashing the previously undefeated Dutchmen 33-6. The Juniata Indians came to town for the Annual Pretzel Bowl game. They too were looking for the big upset which would give them some revenge for the past two seasons when the Lions ended their undefeated streaks. It was not their's however as they left the field on the short end of a 21-O tally. The final game of the year saw the undermanned Diplomats of Franklin and Marshall crushed under a 46-O score at home. Thus marked the end of the 1961 season and 21 straight unbeaten games which the Red and White will be out to extend next year. 111 Albright 3 7 Gettysburg 21 j-15135305 . ,-,gb 1 ,QW . "T" 92,55 ,3 46'-5,5 f A fafwf - -'2.0'Gi- - ' f 55111 . N f 1 fir, - ,, 1 .-Q 1 - jf., 'ai--gcl,1f,t 5f-:,Y.,'ir-SL+'i,I2s-- :1f'i,5.1p ENN 1 L,Qv5-,g9i.Q,.,' A-S A'-QV ua if -1, ,- Q.-' I v Moravian Albright Next year's captain: Bernard Shutty. Albright 33 Lebanon Valley might UT U. i KH 1 V Q! In ' ,. .I n Fr Nh .4 n 1 M W H l ' a N -1 n I' A .1 if 55595 X fi,.S'?: n 7firk.f 6 A I .5-gg-., K x I ww 1 4 -w" Albright 21 Juniata Albright 46 F 8: M Wxiflif' 55 BASKETBALL For the second straight year the Cagers of Will Renken captured the Northern College Division Championship of the Middle Atlantic Conference. Although they were dethroned as MAC Champs by Hofstra in the conference play-offs, the team received an at-large bid to the East- ern NCAA College play-olfs which were held in the Heldhouse for the second con- secutive year. In the opening night's ac- tion, Hofstra defeated C.W. Post 56-55 and in the nightcap, the Lions lost a heart-breaker to Mt. St. Mary's 67-64 in a game that was extended into four over- time periods. On the second night of com- petition, Albright Won the consolation round by defeating the Pioneers from Post 65-59 while the, Mounties of Mt. St. Maryis retained their Eastern crown by outclassing Hofstra 66-51. Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Wilkes LaSalle Gettysburg Muhlenberg Elizabethtown Boston U. Williams Susquehanna Hofstra St. Josephs Wagner L.V. Lafayette Moravian Army Delaware Hartwick Susquehanna F. 85 M. L.V. Moravian Bucknell P.M.C. Scranton Western Md. Hofstra Mt. St. Maryls C.W. Post CWon 18 Lost 10D LBRMX ' 1'.3N 7 "Nh ,D kay 'V ,I ."""f ' V ' Y E kwa L Qf, I, 1 I zzv' A X Iff ,og Y Q. 1 X ALBR . TQ fl f ff.-W ji j ui u Coach Will Renken and Tom Pearsall Al.HRlBIf-:T IE I w .-V...-il , 3,..' mix? Th W H M M E 1 Hd l bd .MX N XJ irzmlugf lgfllgrn Kneeling T Pearsall, N. Bautsch, B. Holzinger, R. Sommerstad, T. Davis, T. Magee, R. Stitzel, B. Ricketts, S. Saul N Ruttenburg. Standing: Coach Renken, D. Hepner, D. Heeb, VARSITY Highlight of this year's campaign was the First Albright Holiday Invitational which saw teams from Rutgers, Boston U. and Williams College invade the Lion's Den. When the war clouds cleared, Williams College had overcome a 14 point half time deficit to beat Albright and win the tournament 67-62. Rutgers placed third with Boston fourth in the highly successful affair. Once again it was Tommy Pearsall who led the team in scoring and who tied the mark as the second highest scorer in Al- bright history with 1,681 points by the end of the season. Norm Bautsch was second in the scoring category while 6'7" Bob Holzinger led in the rebounding de- partment. Rounding out the starting five were Norm Ruttenberg and Ray Sommer- stad who played instrumental roles in leading the team to its 18-10 seasonal log. Big victories of the season came over the highly rated Hawks of St. Josephs and the Crusaders of Susquehanna, while the team lost close decisions to LaSalle, Army, Williams, Delaware, Moravian and Bucknell. Q Kltzliniisumx E Lm,,LM.Gm 1 lmM3b5L10m ilumeupmithasi wal prom F7115 Em big-Mgu Mmm C fffmbw Tummy f R ,. , . M l w , +mwereGr if gjg Hmmm, 5 Wd ' ' T E L 1 K, , tLBIilEH7 Kneeling: E. Sullivan, T. Davis, J. McLauglin, R. Kauffman. Standing: J. Bishop, L. Nevins, W. Leonard, M. Gross, J. Moyer, G. Krow. J. V. BASKETBALL Although the Baby Lions of Coach George Conrad could not come up with as iine a record as their varsity counterparts, several promising players proved their future worth for big-league competition. The Junior Varsity cagers finished the season with a 7-12 record and were led by Tommy Davis who also saw limited action with the varsity during the season. Other mem- bers of the team were Grant Krow, John Bishop, Jackie M0yer, Rich Kauffman, Will Kratz, Lew Nevins, Will Leonard, Ed Sullivan, Rich Stitzel, Mike Gross, John McLauglin and Bruce Ricketts. 61 Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright V8zS LaSalle Gettysburg Muhlenberg Elizabethtown Susquehanna St. Josephs L.V. Moravian Army Hill School Delaware Zetas F. 8z M. L.V. Moravian Bucknell P.M.C. Scranton CWon 7 Lost 125 1 62 WG uw of? swim mm Y 16 Q H H S1 Q H D l M s 5 . E 1 V 1 T4 L 3 0 1 N 24 I ff 19 I , za 1 iq 1 M8101 Ui M E W1 4 'Q 1 aj 2 Uv, "1'i5LHL':lQ, 1 if 'lY+'5iEr:m.I,Pm l . V .ig Y I Af , 19 l if ' x WRESTLING For the first time 1n the history of Albright the wrest ling squad was able to compile a winning season with an over all mark of 8 victories against only 3 defeats The squad was led by Mike Marino Bob Melnick and John Poulos who consistently turned in fine victories for Coach Ford. Newcomer John Kutzer also looked im- pressive after he joined the squad at mid-season. Other members of the squad who saw regular action were: Irv Godboldte, Bill Vogt, Jack Snyder, Mike Goldberg, Jim Morrison and LaRue Knorr. Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright 16 P.M.C. 25 Haverford 1 1 Swarthmore 0 Moravian 19 Delaware 17 Ursinus 14 19 28 11 13 Albright 14 L.V. 13 Albright 0 Lycoming 28 Albright 24 Juniata 10 Albright 19 Muhlenberg Albright 24 Elizabethtown fwon 8 Lost 33 Bob Melnick winningest Seated: R. Melnick, M. Marino, A. Seybold, J. Kutzer, Miller. Standing: J. Morrison, I. Godboldte, M. Gold P. Jacobs. Kneeling: S. Branco, J. Poulos, B. Minich, G. berg, W. Vogt, Coach Ford. 1 hill!! lllli I is www num! fglafw uilifiw I 0 1, Wllfsllfllll 4 J Q if y wiesmi WMU 42 , A RESTUNQ 4 f o' It 4 Aff K livin Qx fx X - 'I rg 5-M-,nhl 446 91511 l .,. Kneeling: G. Alfiero, J. Diehm, H. Buck, G. Chapman, Weinhold, J. WCFIZ, S- Sim0f1, R' Lindley, J- Lebo, T- Katan' M. Matto, N. Bautsch, D. Straub. Standing: P. Beck, M. cik,M-GFOSS,C0HChP0tSk1aU- The Albright baseball team made history for the col- lege by giving Albright its third MAC championship team in one year. Following on the heels of the football and basketball teams, the 1961 version of Albright baseball compiled an 11-5 record and advanced into the play-offs where they were defeated by the University of Delaware, 5-2. At the start ofthe 1962 season the team was hopeful of retaining the championship and perhaps bettering their record of last year. Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright 1961 RESULTS 2 Scranton 3 Ursinus 7 St. Josephs 7 Moravian 0 Moravian 5 Juniata 12 Bucknell 9 F 8a M 6 Susquehanna 2 LaSalle 15 Muhlenberg 4 Delaware 15 Wilkes 5 Lycoming 1 Temple 2 Delaware l'tfL'tP.lmw1lt. ll. ll ll. Kllll, ll. llllll Colley li lwloneinc lffflllliiledil 196i SE lflltare by 2 Bills :J lilt me ww by X' l ll 553501 Tl - 133 will M u.1.'l.HlnlGra lf-lrqlgn .kv , Q iw- MTS. L. Lindley, I- Ubi 61 RESULTS Scranwfl Ul'SlIll15 St, Iosepl1S Moravia!! Moravi?-U Juniata Bucknell F it M Susquehanna LaSalle Muhllillberg Delaware wires, Llcommg Teillllle Delaware I 1 . H l 104. , 15' 1 'X N l rv. . . 1 M, gang, X R100 Kneeling: P. Browne, R. Dreher, G. Sheeler, B. Birkholz, W. Standing: D. Deicke, W. Ritzman, F. March, G. Krow, J. Derr Diehm, W. Kratz, D. Smith, R. Davis, T. "Tarzan" Magee, Coach Shirk, W. Salaneck, J. Polyascko, G.Kleiber, J. Heilman The Albright College track and field team sur- prised everyone including their coach, Gene Shirk, as they compiled a better than average 9-5 record during the 1961 season. Consistent winners for the team were Bruce Birkholz and Walt Diehm, who were the co-captains, and Grant Krow. High- lights of the season were the Albright one mile relay team consisting of Birkholz, Bill Salaneck, John Derr and Grant Krow who captured the Pop Haddleton Mile Relay in the Penn Relays and Krow setting the MAC High Jump mark of 6 feet, 331 inches. Albright placed second to West Chester in the College Division of the MAC. Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright 73 73 77Mz 77M 69M 69 4455 45 94 51 70 77M Lebanon Valley Deleware Valley Lycoming Haverford Ursinus Swathmore Gettysburg F 8: M Bucknell Muhlenberg Delaware Juniata Dickinson Haverford 28 63 6M 70 61M 62 ssy., 66 51 36 79 40 52 70 N 4 X . V , x, X f ' I . I , . ' I - f If ,V 1 Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Coach Renken, L. Ermold, L. Rigberg, B. Bowen, F. Sentz, J. Kurtz, G. Ruoss, J- AI'1dSfS0l1, M. Pierce, B. Ruoif, M. Shalter. 1961 TENNIS The tennis team of Coach Will Renken continued to compile winning seasons with 1961 being no exception when they iinished with a 9-3 record. Bucknell, Susque- hanna, and Moravian were the only teams to master the Lions who were led by their captain Glen Ruoss. Joining Ruoss of the team were Bill Ruoff, Jim Kurtz, Mike Shalter, Mike Pierce, John Anderson, Bruce Bowen, Frank Sentz, and Leon Rigberg. 1961 RESULTS 5 Lycoming Albright 4 Moravian Albright 1 Bucknell Albright 8 Muhlenberg Albright 6 West Chester Albright 4 Susquehanna Albright K 66 St. JosephS Elizabethtown Gettysburg Wilkes LaSalle Lebanon valley wwe: . .ww-wi 1 rug: - -Jg.ya',3 -. ,na ma ' px N' ,.. ws VL t."TL',,i'V,3P"N'-pg --f ,. . .V't,f Ze., ' . 7 A'W'iV- . Wf . " f'A'f"'. ' i ' ' A .. 1. , W4 .,- , X., . . , f. , Q ,, ,M Q. xy., . 6, . .M ' V,V . .V .f V . A- - , wr. W 'W " -. .qw A , .VN -V 4,414 sg . VY' ' M. + ,,,, . ,, tw - f . .- -vf..a.-f..,....-. t v . . , V Uh .., 4 J . .. -.. V A . aw ,..v-, - M - - V - - V - V , . . , .. . 7 Q . , . . . . ,,., M ,, ,, . V .,v., V.. , Ns. , . , . Q ,.,,,2 . . 3' -V V 'ff-va f r" - A - we - 'f wr -we-r ... "'ur'1'07'f2::+iv--'R-sf ,:41tf:V-.. '...::a.f:'sV V: WMV 1 ' J, ' - 'e .N ---- 'fists-Yiv-' .. 9 L ' "V L " - mee, ...Mt-L... .--M ...M ..u.s..x. mst.. . 1-. V ..f.vx.a-0... '...V- .V demon' Coach Miller, R. Goodman, P. Swarzwalder, D. Bucher, E. Smith, J. Nace, J. Bailey. Jostvhs abethI0Wn t Sblll S 3 Y lktS 3 Salle bah on Valltl Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright Albright 75 2M 4 M SW 4 3 1961 GOLF It was another dismal year for golf at Albright as the 1961 version of the golf team finished the season with a 0-13 record. Highlight of the season was Bob Goodman of Albright who iinished in the runner-up position of the Middle Atlantic Golf Championships. Muhlenberg rom Albright W St. Josephs 15 W Albright Moravian 14 Albright Juniata 17W Albright W LaSalle izm Albright West Maryland 14 Albright Lafayette 15 Lycoming West Chester Bucknell Gettysburg Scranton Kings W M GRGANIZATIONS f" 6' CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS-Seated: M. Walton, Secretaryg V. King, Student Council Represent- ative. Standing: J. Myers, Vice Presidentg E. Smith, Treasurerg J. Wonder, President. FRESHMAN CLASS-Seated: P. Batteiger, Secretaryg G. Lar- ason, Student Council Representative. Standing: W. Thompson, Presidentg D. Streilein, Treasurer. SENIOR CLASS-Seated: G. Seighman, Treasurerg C. Morris, Secretary. Standing: J . Grubb, Vice Presidentg P. Mauger,Pres1- dent. JUNIOR CLASS-R. Hardinger, Secretaryg W. Kratz, President. STUDEW ff"ftt2Tt.R.xsrn er GT ltknret P Z1 ' r 5j3tsnt.n,r V ' Q1 5 5' tit ti 4 is t 1 it 1 3 Eff, quasi T A X 3 ',"'g..., ff'....'a 1 .. , M5-5 . g J I f -my I 2' .. if ' ,... sv f ff ? CLASS-Sealed: M g. S1udeniQ0um1Ri... OFFICERS-Sef1rUa'.' W. Vogt, Presidentg H. Bailey, Vice Presi- 1, 315-mu Vmpmf. dentg R. Guiney. Recording Secretaryg J. Nace, Treasurer j' yyionderlpmi.. Smna'1'1zg: C. Schneider, Chaplain. STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: H. Bailey, R. Mendelzon, J. Matthews. Second Row: B. Ache, M. Shalter, P. Mauger, B. Bottomly, A. Dorminy, rG- 5t,iEhmW?ffl G. Montag. E. Steeble. D. Kessler, L. srehman, V. King. G. Lai- B. Parney- J- Wonder, K. Schneider- 'Ubb-Vlcepmldm' ason, J. Green. R. Guiney, W. Vogt. Third Row: T. Male, VW. i K ALBRIEHT -efxww ,' ' ' 1, " " H XY ' .Xfi A' i I .tiff ' gl. f 5 QP' - Q s 2 Z' ix 3 L... -. ,.ri,.. L.-,,..L 6 Qi 5 ,., x1P'v'w!1 +I .f af' 1 5 I x X, Q - , 1 1- f 5 mi , ' y,?.., ff 5 V A ., Q 1 Q! iv t' .V xi . . I , 5 1, I. Koenig,D.En I. Hough, I. Img vi. Baran. S ke s in 'l 1 1 E 3 Q 5 Z 1 A ,E .5 ii MAJORETTES E. Geiger, C. Balliet, S. Thorn, J. Burke, J. Sharpley, J. Pascale. C25 'Q 5 C O LO R GU A R D J. Wood, J. Oberlander, J. Krebs, B. Hackenberg, B. O'De11, M. Menna, C. Much, M. Landis CHEERLEADERS B. Kullich, C. Rissler, L. Burd, B. Davis, N. Burman, P. Modlin, B. Lewis. .nn C-'Q 'E KTX-Fifsf ROW-' T- Chapman, J- Adam, G- Camp, D- Tf0Ut- C. Keller. Fourth Row: G. Barto, D. Cormier, C. Schneider, " Second Row: C. Shade, P. Zieber, H. Hollister, B. Lewis, G. Gil- O, Walter, lis. Third Row: M. Houser, D. Treaster, J. Seifert, J. Conz, AGON-Seated: M. Dent. Szandir R. Templeton. 4M is ENTERPRISE CLUB Seated. A. Sebold, A. Issacson, E. Brun- Cf, C. Miller, A. Kratz. Stcmding: Prof. Elkin, E. Steeble G. Fredricks, B. Young, D. Mock, S. Wells, D. Gay. 74 J. Rigby, E. Keck, C. Ling, zg: J. Matthews, W. Boussum, x""T K f Q, ,.f 3 'A In sm, Z X A Q 3 S 'S E ,.,,,A Qhilvf' .. WAA CABINET-Seated: R. Evans, A. Tai, E. Wagner, L. Burd. Standing: S. Tromley, S. Croner, M. Morse, C. Hagenbuch, A. Haas. AWS CABINET-Seated: J. Wood, F. Binkley C. Otto, J. Farr, P. Friedenberg. Standing: L Rieck, M. Rohner, J. Campbell, A. Kochel. T' Y? MEN'S DORM ORGANIZATION-E. Steeble, B. Bottomley, J . Nace. Biflkley- ndihg: Ofhel v '29 WOMEN S DORM ORGANIZATION Sealed- C- OU0, berg, L. Sharpless, J. Farr, M. Rohner, S. LCWIS, B. Davls D. Schults, P. Stule, B. Schmauch, B. J. Specht, J. Cooke, F, Binklgy, V, AX, J. Wood. Standing: K. Birdsong, S. Tromley, P. Frieden- DAYWOMEN,S COUNCIL-A. Kochel, R. Schoedler, L. DAYMEN'S COUNCIL-R. Wallace, R. Cranos, P. Pepe, B. Rieck, C. Moyer. Koch. .417 Yr I x, Y. .JI ' 'M - T xt,. ,Y H P ,s 77 SPANISH CLUB Seated: D. Neisel, A. Rhoads, Mrs. Jordon, B. Heagle, S. Zehner. Stand- ing: C. Bupp, M. Morse, P. Modlin, R. Schoedler, D. Sanders, C. Otto, P. Pacifico, M. Adams, I. Kiss. GERMAN CLUB First Row: C. Otto, P. Price, L. Doerr, M, Eberly, C. MacFarland, L. Bohl, S. Palm. Second Row: M. Rohner, I. Shuman, M. Nic. olaysen, Prof. Brossman, J. Conz, S. Rockett, Prof. Memming, R. Lentz, A. Ranze, V. King. Third Row: P. Ruttiger, J. Gruenberg, C, Ble- wett, J. Grove, R. Perry, J. Anderson, F. Huck M. Bolognese, L. Ermold, W. Bear, W. Haag, K. Kostenbader, C. Shaefer, D. Frantz, A. Dis. tasio, D. Klahr, R. Bolig. I GE RMAN CLUB First Row: J. Straub, K. Schollenberger, B. Bondreau, J. Fatzinger, E. Hass. Second Row: L. Lineaweaver, J. Loering, A. Quigly, E. Gei- ger, J. Thompson, S. Strohm, B. Rou, S. Miller, L. Miller. Third Row: A. Payne, F. Jones, D Bevan, B. Wertz, L. Kobrin, L. Trout, F. Fresh, R. Beall, R. Heller, E. Moll, D. Mc- Allister, F. Grater. ta lTH Itfl Ht 'nail I w, .Ir-W R I . 1 . -.. ,. .r L1 P. Hemphil Kring: ltof. litem. J. X like. R. Br: + G. Rm l all fPHYs1 sltl .pa . CLUR P1'1Ce, L D r ft ill ., I l - t Hman' tz Com, S . f A' Ranzqvb . I' Gruellberg, . Anderson F ' k ld! wi Beariw' efer, D. Frantz . ll NIAN CLUB J, K. Schollenbergng ff, E. Hass. Second Rf. Define. A' Q11i2ly,EGi. Strohm, B. Rou, S. Mig v: A. Payne, F. Iona. l ,. Kobrin, L. Troll E. Heller, E. Moll. D. la- ACS Seated: G. Montag, R. Han- dorf, B. Ruoff, P. Hemphill, J. Shuman. Standing: Prof. Lei- ninger, K. Koslosky, J. Rei- nard, J. Dilaplane, R. Brown, J. Bowman, G. Reich. MATH AND PHYSICS Seated: K. Kistler, G. Whittle, J- Ashenbach. Standing: B. Schaffer, R. Cranos, J. Parks, D. Blair, R. Mest. SKULL AND BONES D. Leber, C. Schleifer, K. Goldblatt, P. Pepe, F. Sentz, Jr., M. Pierce, Dr. Bell. 41 px HEO First Row: C. Beinabel, B Adam, B. Kefauver, F. Straub, G. Moyer, P. Adams, P- War' ner, L. Cronenberger, J. Wood M. Richards, C. Hagenbuch N. David. Second Row: P Merle, G. Miller, C. Wundell J. Sharpley, M. Menna, D Breischaft, D. MacPherson, C Moyer, B. Kuhsloss, C. Morris F. Binkley, C. Wundell, B Hackman, K. Dietrick, D. Gun- derman, B. Pomsi, J. Burk Third Row: J. Gladney, J. Sch- mauch, I. Weisel, M. Ziegler, J. Williams, J. Oberlander, E. Kern, D. Muller, B. Hacken- berg, D. Snelbaker, L. Romig. Fourth Row: M. Rothenberger, C. Lundell, M. Richards, S. Rothenberger, C. Soles, B Beck, A. Schmehl, D. Shults, I. Green, R. Guiney, J. Roth, E. Schelhaus, E. Grey, D Krause. 7 7 9 IRC Seated: D. Walton, P. Kulina N. DeLuka, I. Cooke. Standi ing: G. Reagen, B. Odell, P Olden, K. Kinose, A. Frieda, B. Heagal, A. Fieldson, G Seighman. SEA First Row: B. Parney, M- Morse, S. Croner, S. Rockefi. Second Row: N. Hydal, M- Richards, L. Cronenberger, B- Hachman, J. Wood, L. Alexan- der. Third Row: P. Warner, C- Morris, B. Hackenberg, D- Snelbaker. fr ,L "lwP.lidenlvrg lgri Roi-: T. B 1 fill AHRIGHTF ' iw:-4. Sian fi ii kilns! hiker: .Elm -'J 12. xk , N. , .A v wr. lla IR! swift D.Wa1mP.E X. mm 1. mis. mg: G. Reamiiii Own, L Air B. mai A. me -f Sdimm ii . M3 Br M SWE: wr W Wi ir? ,. awp or . N., 6, Wi: SWT wg' CUE First Row: P. Freidenberg, B. Davis. Second Row: T. Bam- ford, D. Daddona, J. Farquhar- SOII. ALBRIGHTIAN Seated' J Oberlander Standin . . , gf A. Pogosaew, A. Schmell, I. Wadman, L. Limeweaver, C. Slrken, L. srehman, R. Mendel- SOH, B. Parney, D. Walton, B Yeo. DOMINO First Row: Prof. Kremser, D Shivers, T. Bramford, D Schuyler, L. Shivers, L. San- toro, H. Deck. Second Row: R Cranos, J. Beegle, A. Winsko C. McFarland, M. Morse, M Richards, Miss Hostetter Third Row: S. Uhler, B. Buch- ter, F. Wilkens. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 ' I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I -I 'I I2 ' N I I I I I I I II I ,I I II II If I I I I I I I I I II I I I I II II I I I II II II I I 'V II IJ IJ Ii, WI FRATERNITIES AND SORORIETIES lm' 33 uhm E 1 :M PSI n ,x i QUIR W W3 Eli 1 M M528 N Nl. I 0 F 0 C ' Seated: E. Herman, L. BUfSfCiH R. Daddona, D. Mock. Stand- ing: W, Vogt, P. Murray, E Smith, D. Heeb, D. Sample. I.F'.S. CHOIR Sealed: A. Ranzes, J. Weisel L . Wurtenberg, B. Kullich, B Adams D I , . Gunderman, J. Tal- CY- Standzng: J. Grove, M Walton, C. Munch, B. Wilcox S- Hottenstein, W, Kratz, S Rfffhffnberger, C. Soles, M Rlchards, C. Hagenbuch, J Wonder. sl I b xfllme Cpmf 'First Row: N. Bollman, D. Gunderman, R. Hartinger, S. Cro- Third Row: A. Kochel, N. David, M. Richards, P. Friedenberg, ner, M. Barnhart, V. Ax. Second Row: V. Griesemer, Y. David- I. Holtzman, G. Montag, C. Patterson, J. Farr, C. Soles, L. heiser, J. Schuman, S. Schirm, P. Modlin, L. Brandenburg, L. Sharpless, S. Kanengeiser, N. Young, A. Pogosaew, L. Romig, Wurtenburg, J. Talley, M. Morse, P. Adams, B. Kefauver. B. Lentz, C. Hagenbuch, B. Adams, C. Neu, A. Tai. SENIORS-Seated: S. Croner, A. Kochel, Y. Davidheiser, M. Morse, C. Patterson, A. Pogosaew, B. Lentz. Standing: J. Holtzman, L. Sharpless, P. Friedenberg, L. Romig, P. Adams. PHI BETA MU OFFICERS-Seated: S. Croner, Chaplain-Historiang P. AdamS, President. Standing: M. Morse, Corresponding Secretaryg L- Sharpless, Recording Secretary, P. Friedenberg, Vice President 8: Social Chairman, J. Holtzman, Treasurer. www d gl Ifollll for :Y wing' 4. ifimw perm' Liv grin! WVJWO Qfngilg .V .W iwwjlhgbll zz ,A Q! PW in V mi ,U 'Human M4 Q5 mg ax 21" ' le an M- 'W nh . - ,sa-Frflhlthw gm of the SOIU ,Mirza delei Z v w iq . :iii N131-d N UM we t t t t l Richards, P.Frieienltt p an, l. Farr, C Stihl? A. Pogosatwiltllt ,Neu, A. Tai. Q i 1 1 I t t t 1 l Chaplain-tlistoit-ISI: .-Pl Friedenbgtg, i LTYWM' , A A isa. With the show tune "Climb EVCTY Mountain," Phi Beta Mu opened a new year .nnin the Homecoming Song Fest for the second consecutive time W' I bright Ca1T1PUS' Clowns and circus performers greeted the freshmen women at the annual byW1 S , , g i . . 1th this, the Mus began another round of enthusiastic participation in activities on the Al- ' party, Later the Mus, working with the Pats, welcomed the freshmen girls to their Rush Night, enabling a closer look at the sorority women and their houses. V 1 The Reading Country Club was the scene of the annual Rush Dance. Glistening Snow-covered pines, carrying out the theme of "Alpine Rendezvous," greeted the guests as they entered the ballroom. The Mus also "poured" at their Rush Tea, celebrating the Chinese New Year the freshmen women. A closer look revealed the sisters working diligently on t ' he l Stunt Night skit, "Human Monopolyw with which they won the trophy for seconii i lace. P Spring pledging, the long awaited time, was carried out with exuberance by both Sisters and pledges. Purple and gold dinks were again seen on the Albright campus F during these weeks. Spring Week-End, high-lighted by a dinner-dance at Stokesay, proved to be the outstanding event of the sorority social calendar, brought the year to a close. The Mu girls ended the year determined to carry on in the Mu tradition-living, loving, learning! fill Hagel, ' , an, arol n uch, receives first place award plaque, Beta Mu Song Fest Chaim, C e Y man Monopoly." Stunt Night production entitled "Hu- t Phi Beta Mu Homecoming Float Parade Entry-"UGLY DUCKLING f, , , ., , , r' it tg? '9' . f N 87 1 ,M Rush i l for I PI ALPHA TAU In the PAT tradition of "purity, affection, and truthf, the sisters of Pi Alpha Tau have enjoyed another year of success. The inclement weather of Homecoming Weekend did little to dampen the Pat's enthusiasm for their float and their original contribution to songfest, "Saint Louis Blues." The highlight of the weekend was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, again a PAT. Keeping within the theme of "Hawaiian Luauj' the sisters greeted the freshmen women with "Aloha,' as the Pats made new friendships at their Annual Rush Party. With the breaking of the pinata at the Fall Rush Dance, sisters and guests traveled "Down Mexico Way," where all spent an enjoyable evening together. On the intramural scene, the Pats brought home two trophies, hockey and volleyball, for their new trophy case. To top off the season, the Pats again took first place in Stunt Night with their presentation of 6'Beyond the Sun." First Row: J. Weisel, B. Kulich, V. Hoffman, K. Diet- rich, C. Risler, A. Ranzees. Second Row: F. Silvers, P Warner, C. Morris, F. Binkley, B. Davis, D. Snelbaker, S. Seasholtz, C. Much, B. Specht, H, Reeder, Third ROW K. Chamberlain, F. Straub, B. Wilcox, M. Eberly, M. SENIORS-Sealed' C Morris H Reeder F Binkle Standing: K. Dietrich, C. Conway., P. Warner, D. Snebl- baker, B. Davis, R. Guiney. .' 5 r F i E 7 l i . 5 fe f ' 7 4 l l i l l C, l Walton, K. Birdsong, B. Rose, J. Blumberg, M. Cisarik, R. Guiney, S. Hottenstein, D. McCash. S. Lewis, S Overholtzer, E. Wagner, R. Lentz, C. Conway, P. Ney J. Rigby. if ... K tw' if-'Q' -as Z. 'li I in r L I Rm' RB' .. P. Wm, Dig: pl Alpha Tau Stunt Night Production of Beyond the un OFFICERS Seated B Davis Vice President F Binkley President D Snelbaker Corresponding Secretary Standzng C Morris Recordlng Secretary K Dletflch Chaplain P Warner Treasurer B Specht Historian MM-UW wlglfwid. 1cmny,P-Nfl PAT entry in Homecoming Float Parade. PATs hard at work repaintmg the third floor of their sorority house 3 bright light blue. First Row: D Mock, R. Bittenbender, A. Isiakson, J. Matthews, G. Seighman, J. Walker, J. Bishop. Second Row: M. Murray, T Hill, D. Gray, Mrs. Neuroif, house mother, C. Miller, J. Grubb, R. Campbell. Third Row: C. Schneider, S. Potteiger, D. Heeb, R. Templeton, D. Hauck, I. Talada, K. March, R. Hyldahl, ALPHA PI OMEGA E. Salgado, R. Watson, R. Matthews, L. Vandenburg, B. Yeo, D. Cormier. Fourth Row: G. Muraski, J. Myers, B. Lewis, R. Bucher, T. Murphy, T. Herrold, I. Strouse, T. Kelly, D. Sample. hr ploiiiro prwppwr rrrrrr Mm allddyn ilirplilwelwi ii rflwi ipjippprhwvi i:,,,prll"Am ii W. tru rtiirrrtr ,allwiwpermi W' r rrrltill pwmpprrrr rfiwmszi - Dipper-l fmmgpppwelwf grrrrrorirrslm' :Milli writ ' menhtntln li appprrrrigirrlki ghrreaimedw Ill pp-rirrpirserrioz :xii professional li arm prrrper seii-r qmriirrsrrrrlyz ,arrive to their ot OFFICERS-Seated: D. Gay, House Manager, G. Seighman, President, A. Isakson, Recording' Secretary. Standing: E, Sal gado, Corresponding Secretary, B. Yeo, Vice President, B Lewis, Chaplain, R. Bittenbender, Treasurer. production of "A Place Called Mira." The first scene from the APO Stunt Night L Vandenburg.l,la 1- Mlm B. in Strouse, T. Kelly. D. rothers Of Alpha P1 Omega fraternity have been looked upon to fill a place of prominence WHYS, ht,s Community, Again this year they have infused Wig us life me traditional APO spirit of unity of In camp active participation, and dynamic leadership. Pllfpgiigmecoming, the brothers welcomed home alumni a prize winning float for the second straight year. Meanwhile, on the football Held, several of the brothers were helping to secure another Albright victory on the Way to an undefeated season. . The open house and mid-winter rush dance provided two of the better attended, and most enjoyed activities this Campus has witnessed in years. The red and white decorations were not meant to be Albrightls colors, but an enviable facsimile of the Peppermint Lounge, as fresh- men and dates twisted at the gayest party of the year. "A Place Called Mira" supplied another high point of the year at Stunt Night. Ever strong in sports, the fra- tel-nity displayed its skill at Sports Night to good advan- taglilqere was the Spring Dinner-Dance, with its soft music, low lights, and farewell to seniors. The house at 1616 Olive Street sported a new look, after the brothers worked together painting the house, laying new rugs, and even hanging some Picasso paint- ings Qunfortunately not originalsj. The brothers have aimed to maintain a well-balanced program, seeking to realize the full potentialities of each member. Outstanding in service to the college, commu- nity, and in their professional life in later years, these APO men possess proper self-respect and Htting pride in a fraternity which has truly aiforded a beneficial and enriching experience to their college days. ll . 5 ace aged lllll- gi SENIORS-Seated: D. Gay, T. Hill D. Mock, B. Lewis. Standing-' G Seighman, L. Vandenburg, B. YCO, M Murray, J. Brubb. SENIORS-First Row: G. Wilson, Wm. Vogt, R. Melnick, R, Daddona. Second Row: J. Farquharson, B. Birkholz, R. Han- d0ff, H. Bailey, B. Jones. A whole is only as good as its individual parts. With each member doing his dut a fraternal unity emerges that overcomes any kind of individuality. This traditionii spirit has abided with the "black and whitei' throughout its sixty-two years of service to the college community. Although the elements caused the cancellation of the annual Winter Rush Dance the Kappas improvised by turning the fraternity house into a "Peppermint Lounges and the brothers, freshmen, and their dates twisted their sorrows away. Other Kappa functions for the year included pledging, songfest competition, a prize winning float intramurals, open houses, an orphan's party, Sports Night competition, a Stunt Nighi production, and a Spring Dinner-Dance. These accomplishments exemplify the Phiis motto, "Friendship towers above our own gloryf' Brotherhood is the prime reason for the Phi's success. It is the feeling of togetherness that aids in any endeavor. To the departing seniors, the Kappas hope that the future will hold much oppor- tunity for success. The remaining actives will always remember the standards and ideals that these men have contributed to Albright College and Kappa Upsilon Phi, KAPPA UPSILON PHI oFF1cERs-Knee1fng.- B. Parney, Chaplain V t President Standing' G. Ruch, Recording Secretary! ' Wilson, Vice Presidentg B. loneS, SOCIHI Chalf man, H. Bailey, Parliamentarian. 92 R. Melnick, Treasurerg Wm. OS, G' Elini Herman, M, Sim I i Illtmbe u dulllynrdqmglklz 0 u A Sm '11, a lmmlllnyfmi allay, will all v. 1. ldslilrlwll SWS Ill M 1 the he W1 hold lmbef the and Kllll A JON First Row: E. Herman, A. Dorminey, B. Weller, I. Kupetsky, L. Magargee, M. Simon. Second Row: L. Burstein, Mrs. l cordllgfwl C BI IOIICS Eisenbise, house mother, R. Melnick, B. Birkholz, R. Handorf, H. Bailey, Wm. Vogt, R. Daddona. Third Row: B. Reist, J. S . . time Of the brothers "relax1ng" around the fratern1ty's pool Hough, J. Barley T Magee G WIISOH J Farquharson W Kratz, Wm Lutz B Jones I Anderson G Ruch C Pearson B. Parney, D Clark The Kappas put the finrshmg touches on part of the Float 0194: fi. 9. 93 ii.. I ' r 4 I I I 'I il SENIORS-T. Bamford, P. Mauger, W. Kronenberg, C. Schleif- er, C. Turnbull, D. Hepner. Pi Tau brother, Dave Smith, relaxing an listening to Beethoven's Fifth. OFFICERS-Seated: P. Mauger, President. Standing: I. Huie, Corresponding Secretary, J. Gyenes, Treasurer, C. Schleifer, Chaplaing O. Duckworth, House Managerg H. Buck, Vice President. IR UIQ, 516' if-2' P1 Tau Beta s presentation of Treety at Stunt Night, 1962. 94 BW Ill W haw abil Nam rm Manger, President sponding Secretrryg Schleifer, Chaplain agerg H. Buck, Vin PI TAU BETA men of Pi Tau Beta have worked hard and rfllsjd together to make this a banner year for the red wo k. . angr'1??ISiTaus started off this year by presenting 4'Alley- COPD to Homecoming fans and by receiving great ac- ' for their interpretation of "There 1S Nothing Like clam the annual songfest competition. The frater- ,S Open House and Winter Rush Dance were both a Daman at nity huge successes. In intramurals, the brothers played hard in football and basketball, and repeated as volleyball champions. The Pi Taus were also well represented on varsity teams. Improvement to the house, the initiating of new d new officers, and the spirit of cooperation and friendship served to maintain the famous Pi Tau spirit, The brothers wish much luck to the graduating seniors and hope that these men will always cherish the name Pi Tau Beta. brothers an 41211 - - T ' First Row: I. Heilman, G. Andreosky, H. Buck, T. Glick, C. Blewitt. Second Row: I. Gyenes, R. Perry, Wm., Christman G. Kleiber, J. Huie, S. Napoli. Third Row: W. Pryor, B. Good- har ' t, G. Krow, R. Hoffman, J. Derr, P. Murray, J. Wilson Fourth Row: O. Duckworth, D. Hepner, A. Epstein, T. Katan- cik, E. Smith, R. Lindley, D. Brininger, A. Rommel, R. Mauger, C. Turnbull. F ifth Row: D. Smith, W. Kronenberg, M. Shalter, R. Dreher, R. Hess, C. Schleifer, J. Hinkle, T. Bamford. i..k,i'u,, f if fx? ,z gmql- E9 f ., I One of the Zeta brothers, Gary Chapman, receives the award for the outstanding player of the Homecoming The Zeta brothers, leaders in athletics, social, and in- tellectual life at Albright College, reside at 1607 Alsace Road-the halfway point between their two major inter- ests, the Albright campus and the famous Mt. Penn, The great success of the social functions of the Zefas this year has mirrored the fraternalism of its members, The annual "Winter Wonderlandi' dance, as well as the annual Zeta Open House have been marked as major social events at Albright. For the second year in a row the Zeta athletes have led the Albright College football team to an undefeated season. The Zeta brothers' athlete activities are not however, confined to the gridiron, they make majoi contributions to every other sport at Albright. The Zetas also field some of the linest intramural teams on campus, This is illustrated by the fact that the Zeta intramural basketball team, undefeated in 31 games, defeated the Albright Junior Varsity. A survey conducted on the grades of the fall pledges at Albright found that the Zeta pledges were the only pledges whose marks did not drop. This points out the academic standards maintained by the Zetas. This year, as in the past, the Zetas have displayed great willingness to contribute to the organizations, goals, and values of Albright College. Game. 1 ZETA production for Stunt Night entitled "The Real Happenings Be- hind Washington Crossing the Dela- ware!" i I , 1 rl Wltiit- D.VE1btfi dmgllgrord R0 lil! ljlligltllr, lWMEG. ZETA entry in Homecoming Float Parade. ll 5, , it iii mfr in Hom fi in . one athletics: S0 ' gen reside ual, 379811 tsl soglefamoul jorinlf' fratlal fUl1ctl0ns Cm ' I eflalldnahsm of elm dan mlllr have been Imwwellwl 35 . 310 min thi ge ZW' fllllleleshm f'S'ath1 ammlllurarf f grldlf0113 they are ll YW alllbithlawllrmll tfmtramuralteamson It act that the Zeta- mlm fd in mmlll the Efades ofth f e Zeta pledges vjergu triot drop, This pm ml dr ave displayed mt'w1ilE:Q ations, 80315, and valrgd I l I First Row: M. Rodos, J. Levin, D. Witherbee, M. Marino, J. Sommerstad, R Olivo F. Riccio, T Griffith, D. Straub. Th d . , . zr Poulos, E. Munick, R. Spiegel. Second Row: R. Gugllamino, Row: M. Marano, J. Lebo, S. Simon, T. Olivo, R Moylan R, Liptak, J. Polyasko, Mrs. Liklighter, Housemother, R. G. Chapman, J. Parks, J. Fields, C. Campbell, J. Schaeffer. ZETA OMEGA EPSILGN dent, F. Riccio, Social Chairman. Standing: R. Gugliamino House Manager, C. Campbell, Recording Secretary, J. Parks House Manager, G. Chapman, Chaplaini D- Witherbee, COT' responding Secretary. 1 ,V ' - 'l ecomllll HW FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION ,Ev K 1 5-'T N fn I NISTBATIO DEI la ' 'IH Im old MSR ZWMHNUHU Wndlhallhe Dim Wt1Lh10vq Wwtlikmlkgg. MM Vitfullyqivhnol 1SQml1n.R Qimhzw S DEDICATION I 1 3 MRS ROBERTS In discussing the more informal aspects of college life we might talk at great length on the myriad things which are implied in such expressions as "school spirit" and "the old college tryf' Much could be said about attendance and cheering at athletic events, participation in college functions and selfless giving of time in the interest of a better college community. But after all these things have been said, we usually flnd that the terms have once again eluded us. At this point we must turn t0.some well-known campus personality and say that he or she best reflects the spirit of the college. Albright College is most fortunate in having on its campus one person who reflects most fully "school spirit" at its best. Every Albright student knows that, with such 21 person as Mrs. Roberts, definitions of "school spirit" are superfluous. It is because she best reflects the informal spirit which is Albright that we dedicate this year's CUE to her. 101 HARRY v. MASTERS, President, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., LL-D., Ped-11 To the Class of 1962: The Cue, primarily through pictures and names, serves to bring back to memory during all the years to come many happy and significant occasions. The Class of 62 has been very fortunate in witnessing constant educational improvement of the College and a number of very significant material additions, including the food service building, chapel-auditorium, the new facilities for the Health Center and the erection of the two new dormitories which should be ready for occupancy IICXY fall. Such material aspects are secondary to the educational function of the College but contribute much to making the educational program more effective. Albright will continue to progress in all areas in the years to come. Your alma mater will be worthy of your increased pride and loyalty, as you join our alumnl group. Through the many experiences which have been made available for yOU during your time on the Albright campus, you have had opportunity to grow, tO mature, and to prepare yourselves for the steps which lie immediately ahead .and for all of life. We hope you have made the best of these opportunities and we bel16V9 you have. We extend to you the best wishes from the faculty and administration fOr a life of service and satisfaction. HARRY V. MASTERS President 102 51lllllB.SHlRI tiehadenl and 1 ifrgk. '-t Eli . AB- sm. vin.. LLD.PedD. bacituiwi Ind BZID5' Smeg to ,,,,dsigni6wHfW5'. Wire I wnsranl fdwwl lniEciuff1H'Mi r - ' US. : cam ma:ZFu?1dgI0meHei01HEi :v-hifh Should MW Ln, to me educaginmon eww. Wig ,manual Pwlhe m,51of0?F'0U, i an arf25 in '. Nou 1019 W "' . and worm' ' nik td pnfkh have been madenuniiiw 5 whxci have had qpvoem mvuf' you - ' hhf 'mm-' - 'JV M the slips hcgopporiu admmiur C me ff' if tif faculii and uishfi Prfiiden Wm A fy' W: xRRW ' H 1 SAMUEL B. SHIRK, Associate Professor of English, Assistant to the President and Director of Admissions, A.B., M.A., Ph.D, 1 MAR Y E. HARDING, Dean of Women, B.S., M.A. i 2 MAI-iLON H. HELLERICH, Dean of the College, Professor Of Hlsfory, Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D. JOHN W. KOPP, Dean of Men, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. ANNA R. BENNINGER, Registrar and Director of Placement, A.B. DR JOSEPH GABLE Med1calD1rector Student Health Center B S M D LEROY MQ BURKHOLDER, Director of Development, A.B. N-...N CHARLES C. GORDON, J R., Treasurer. ll i WILLIAM T. HOUSUM, Associate in College Relations and Admissions, A.B. RICHARD KIMMEY Executive SCC retary of Alumni Association AB -. MMI L MA flllllit t L BS, LS., ' ' if , ' . . 'IB 7 ' ' MEL. S 104 ,mm 1 HOLNUW C0lIeB' RWM M W ARD wry mcg of AW .5 REV WM R MARLOW Chaplain AB BD IOSEPHINE E RAEPPEL Librarian AB BS 1nLS MA MS EdD EUGEN A letics, ABL' SHIRK, Director of Ath- ROBERT S SMETHERS J R Director of College Relations A B B D STANLEY K SMITH, Director of Psychological Service Center, A B , M A , Ph.D. Nun 105 LEONARD VAN DRIEL Steward LEROY W. WIT HERS, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. BIOLOGY-E. Bell, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M. Green, B.S., M.S., G. Walton, Ph.B., M.S., Sc.D., A Allenspach, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., J. Hall, B.S., M.A. CHEMISTRY-B. Handorf, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., P. Leininger, B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Chem., Eng., M.S., Ph.D., E. Burkey, B.A., Ph.D., M. Haight, B.A., M.A., M. Heller, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. SW fam? Elder E . BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- D. Gates, A.B., M.B.A.g III J. Kane, C.P.A.g P. Rusby, A.B., A.M.g P. Elkin, A.B., M.A. in Ec., Ph.D. Missing from picture: T. Kane, B.S. in Ec., C.P.A.g G. Walton, Ph.B., M.S., Sc.D. ESLE Seifert, ENGLISH-A. Shirk, A.B., M. Litt.g J. Patton, A.B., MA-S P. Hostetter, B.A., M.A., J. Douds, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., C. Harding, A.B., M.A., P. Applegate, Jr., A.B., M.A., B. Brown, A.B., M. Litt. Missing from picture: S. Shirk, A.B., M-A-I Ph.D., F. Gingrich, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., J. Reppert, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. his x"""-N WION 553. A.M, P. Em Q PlCH1re:T,Kam Sc i ID Dfw FINE ARTS E. Elder B s in H Ec M A HOME ECONOMICS-E. Elder, B.S. in H.Ec., M.A., P. Bright, B.S., E. Seifert, B.S. in H.Ec., M.S. ljrsmifil I ip' iifmqirvfi ms A PhD-I xB- 51' ' HISTORY-W. Hummel, A.B., M.A., F. Gingrich, A.B., A.M. Ph.D., W. Biship, A.B., M.A., C. Kistler, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Missing from picture: C. Price, A.B.g M. Hellerich, Ph.B. M.A., Ph.D., T. Pavlidis, A.B., Th.B., M.A., B.D.g J. Doremus B.S., M.A. ,..1:u..N-- LANGUAGE-Seated: H. Loane, A.B., M.A., Ph-D-Z W- A,B,g E. Douds, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., B. Zissa, A.B., A.M A St ndin F Gingrich AB AM C Jordon B.A.,M- - a g" ' , i 9 -D., GI Memniing, A.B., A.M., Ph-D-S R- Cocfoft, A'B'2 B' L, Brossman, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Dr- P1111- Reiser Ph.D. Ph.D. Th.M. 1 mi MUSIC-L. Yeager, B.S., M.S. ifBM'Rm MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS-J. High, B.S., M.S., C. Chu, B.S., A.M., Ph.D.g T. Kremeser, B.S., M.S., R. Kohlmeyer, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Ed., S. Porter, B.S., M.S. Missing from picture: E. Shirk, A.B. PHYSICAL EDUCATION-W. Renken, B.S., M.A., D.P.E.g R. Ford, A.B., M.A. Missing from picture: J. Potsklan, B.S., M.S., B. Ramsay, A.B. PHILOSOPHY-E. Barth, A.B., B.D., S.T.M.g E. Haskell, A.B., B.D., M.A. 108 if Wi iii? NM, HY -.A-,-QM-N I-W. Renken, BS, MA, DPL ng from picture: I. Pouklmii Qnuw POLITICAL SCIENCE C Ralth AB AM PSYCHOLOGY E G11bert AB MS J Shay AB S Smlth BA MA PhD R Green AB SOCIOLOGY W Muthard AB MA R Sack BA MA T P3.VI1d1S AB ThB MA BD L Matz BS MS 1n Ed PhD G B D' S'T'M-3 W- Marlow IO N R Cocroft AB BD ThM E Barth Ph.D.g E, Ha , A-B., B.D.g F. Gingrich, A.B., A.M., skeu, A.B., B.D., MA, 109 1 Q A its I 1 I 1 SENIORS IAMES 2 AB-HB mm A1510- h.H0mfPwf MARY ADAMS A.B. Spanish JAMES ADAM PEGGY ADAMS A.B. Higtgfy B.S. Home Economics LYNDA ALEXANDER B-S. Home Economics JAMES ASCHENBACH B.S. Mathematics 113 HAROLD BAILEY B.S. Mathematics MB HONEY A B Ph11osophy A B Hlstory MMM RAYMOND BOWMAN B.S. Chemistry JAMES BONEY RONALD BROWN A.B. Philosophy B.S. Chemistry EDWARD BRUNER B.S. Economics CHARLES CAMPBELL B.S. Economics 115 THOMAS CENKNER A.B. History EDWARD CHRISTIAN B.S. Economics 1 l GARY CHAPMAN BRUCE COLDREN MMBERGER A.B. Social Science A.B. Sociology Bgwmnmm ROBERT COTTER A.B. Sociology CAROL CONWAY A.B. History l ROGER CRANOS B.S. Physics 116 I I l BRUCECUUEBI A-9-We SARA CRONER A.B. French LOIS CRONEBERGER RICHARD DADDONA B.S. Home Economics B.S. Economics YVONNE DAVIDHEISER A.B. German BARBARA DAVIS LYNN DANIELS i A.B. Psychology A-B. Political Science 117 1 :ui T I :vim Lf:- '1 i, ,M Lvl' W yy .3 i, Hn ig! fi I fi Ut Q23 il, X, Ii i '53, 111 M f ,i lin in ii V 1 5 S 1 is F t DOLORES DELORENZO A.B. Sociology ROBERT DAVIS NATALE DELUCA HYPISCHER A.B. Social Science A.B. History Mythology KATHERINE DIETRICH B.S. Home Economics VANCE DIM MICK A.B. History 118 JOHN G. FARQUHARSON A.B. History ai' GA RAYMOND FRAIESE B.S. Biology-Chemistry 10HN aww NATAIEDFUU JAY FISCHER PEGGY FRIEDENBERG ABHM A.B. Psychology A.B. Psychology KENNETH GOLDBLATT B.S. Biology-Chemistry DONALD GAY BS- Economics PHYLLIS GRANT A.B. History 119 JOHN GROVE A.B. History JOAN GREEN JAMES GRUBB mY B.S. Home Economics A.B. Psychology MMM RENEE GUINEY B.S. Home Economics BONITA HACKMAN B.S. Home Economics 120 CHARLES HAFER, JR- B.S. Biology-Chemistfy i R V 1 5 mifseiw A mimi 3 'N 4 2 i 1 ' v W5 , W' ,J ROGER HANDORF B.S. Chemistry TERRY HAINES GREGORY HARBAUGH A.B. Philosophy A.B. English EHOMAS HEGARTY 'S' BIOIOEY-Chemistry DENNIS HEPNER B.S. Economics 121 9-f LOIS HILL A.B. French THO-MAS HILL B.S. Economics BRIAN G. 101 NORMAN S. HILL K. ROBERT HOHL - AB.Psycholo A.B. Political Science B.S. Biology HAROLD L. HOLLISTER A.B. Sociology JOAN HOLTZMAN B.S. Mathematics 122 ROBERT HOLZINGER A.B. Psychology li M . Rlqlogw I K nonnrm 3 asm, F l i F f I 5 1 U 1 03 ,H YASUNOBU KINO-SE B.S. Economics I JONES A ARDELL KOCHEL BiIQNPS3chO1Ogy B.S. Lab Technician WARREN KRONENBERG B.S7 Blology-Chemistry KAREN KUNKEL A.B. English BARBARA LENTZ A.B. Psychol0gY 123 ' A I PAUL LUCIA B .S. Economics r BARRY LEWIS DIANNE MAGPHERSON MMAY A.B. History B.S. Home Economics Mm MARCIA MARX A.B. Social Science ROBERT MARSH PAUL MAUGER B .S. Biology-Chemistry A.B. psychology X 124 1 DLMWE mmm B.S.HumeImg W ROBERT S. MELNICK B.S. Economics JOAN B. MAY RAYMOND MEST A.B. History B.S. Mathematics DALE MOCK B.S. Economics LEROY MOPPIN B.S. Chemistry 125 CAROL ANN MORRIS B.S. Home Economics GERALDINE MOYER B.S. Home Economics MARY ANN MORSE THOMAS OLIVO WLPOGOSAEW A.B. Spanish A.B. Social Science CATHERINE PATTERSON A B Sociology JAMES PARKS B S Mathematics PETER PEPE B S Biology Chemistry Msychology 2 1 v THORLME Aijdiim P511 bfi STEPHEN POLIN B.S. Biology-Chemistry F APRIL PoGosAEW BONNIE PRIEE AB. Psychology A.B. Polxtlcal Sclence GEORGE REAGAN A.B. History HOPE REEDER STEPHEN PRIPSTEIN BS' Bi0108Y-Chemistry 127 A.B. Sociology MARY ANN RICHARDS B.S. Home Economics E I1 b EUNICE ROE EUGENE H. REICH LINDA L, RIECK , . AB.Soc1olog A.B. Soclology B .S. Chemistry IRVING RO-BINSON A.B. Psychology MYRON RODOS A.B. Sociology 128 LINDA ROMIG ,IL B.S. Home Economics RQESQHAI Slkhthtm. NORMAN RUTTENBERG B.S. Biology-Chemistry UNDALM EUNICE ROUSH JOSEPH SCHAHFER AB Smog A.B. Sociology B.S. Economics CHARLES SCHLEIFER B.S. Biology RUTH SCHOEDLER BRUCE SCHAEFFER A.B. Spanish M163 B.S. Mathematics LNB E939 B-5-W 129 AUDREY SCHROPP A.B. Sociology GERALD SCHONBERGER GEORGE A. SEIGHMAN GARY 31-1 A.B. History A330531 B.S. Economics FRANK SENTZ, JR. B.S. Biology-Chemistry CHARLES H. SHADE A.B. Psychology 130 CAROLYN SHARPLESS A.B. Sociology HARRY S. DELAINE SNELBAKER B.S. Home Economics cmncmngm AB.Hm5 GARY SH-EELER EDWIN F. STEEBLE A.B. Social Science B.S. Economics 'u J HARRY STEINBER , G BS' BIOIOEY-Chemistry CRAIG D. TURNBULL A.B. Psychology 131 LINDA URBANIK B.S. Home Economics WILLIAM H. VOGT B.S. Economics EDWIN WAGNER mf' AB. Pohucal Smen LEWIS W. VANDENBERGH B.S. Economics B .S. Economics PAMELA WARN ER B .S. Economics GEORGE WILSON B .S. Economics 132 JEAN C. WOOD B.S. Home Economics X i E r i Hlwmwgaf asm 7: . fr, ? 1 i i 1 i i ii I I fi Q IBM? WW' ei I ff f N ,J PAUL F. ZIEBER A.B. History BRUCE L. YEO CAROL ZIMMERMAN A.B. Political Science AB- Gefma-fl 133 SENIOR ACTIVITIES ADAM, JAMES W., 810 N. 11th St., Reading. Domi- no, Albrightiang Kappa Tau Chi. ADAMS, MARY P., 603 Penndale Ave., Reading. Glee Club, Cue, Spanish Club. ADAMS, PEGGY L., 3429 Stoner Ave., Esterly. In- tramurals, Phi Beta Mu, Pres 3, Glee Club, HEO Club, I.S.C., I.F.S. Choir, Student Council, Daywomen's Council. ALEXANDER, LYNDA, 207 Mercer Ave., Morris- ville. Albrightian, HEO Club. ALFIERO, EUGENE, 233 Franklin St., Reading. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Football, Baseball. BAILEY, HAROLD, 736 Suburban Rd., Union, N. J . Wrestling, Intramurals, Student Council, V. Pres. 3, 4, Class Oiiicer, V. Pres. 2, 3. BAILEY, KATHRYN L., 51 S. Main St., Middleberg. Glee Club, Agon, Y Cabinet, I.R.C., Scriblerus, Pop Kelchner Speech Award, Pi Alpha Tau. BAMFORD, THOMAS H., 1311 Orchard Rd. Pi Tau Beta, Cue, Bus. Mgr. 3, 4, Voice of the Lion. BARTO, GEORGE W. III, Vertie La., R.D. ifl, Mil- ton. Glee Club, Band, Y Cabinet, Kappa Tau Chi, V. Pres. 2, 3. BINKLEY, FAY, 630 Spruce St., Denver. Pi Alpha Tau, Pres. 4, I.S.C., Domino, Band, HEO Club. BIRKHOLZ, BRUCE, 515 Twin Oaks Rd., Union, N. J . Kappa Upsilon Phi, Indoor 8a Outdoor Track, Capt. 3, 4. BLAIR, DENNIS M., 101 Bernhart Ave., Reading. Math-Physics Club. BONEY, James D., 424 Franklin St. Epsilon Nu Pres. 4. 7 BOWMAN, RAYMOND D., 216 W. 40th St. Band' Orchestra, Alpha Phi Omega, Alchemist. 7 BROWN, RONALD W., 2406 Kutztown Rd., Hyde Park. Am Chem Soc. BRUNER, EDWARD, 19 Hillside Ave., Chalfont. Alpha Pi Omega, Enterprise, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4. CAMPBELL, CHARLES W., 60 Margo La., Hunting- ton, N. Y. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Rec. Sec. 3, 4, Basket- ball J .V., Student Council, Intramurals. CENKNER, THOMAS W., 307 Andover Rd., Fairless Hills. Glee Club, Band, Orchestra, Kappa Tau Chi, Dorm Council, Sec. 3. CHAPMAN, GARY, 223 Madison Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J . Zeta Omega Epsilon, Football, Baseball, SEA, Intramurals. CHRISTIAN, EDWARD M., 33 Patton Dr., Trenton 8, N. J. Kappa Upsilon Phi, Corr Sec. 2, 3, Enterprise Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Dorm Council, J .V. Basket- ball, Mgr., Y. Cabinet, Co-Chairman of Rel. and Life Week, 4, Intramurals. COLDREN, BRUCE T., 916 Centre Ave. Kappa Up- silon Phi. CONWAY, CAROL L., 106 Spring St. Pi Alpha Tau, Domino, Y Cabinet, French Club, I.S.C., Scriblerus. COTTER, ROBERT N., 3906 Bennington St., Phila. 24. Cross Country, Wrestling, Track, Kappa Tau Chi. CRANOS, ROGER C., 1035 N. 12th St. Domino, Math-Physics Club, German Club, Intramurals. CRONEBERGER, LOIS, R.D. ifl, Schuylkill Haven. Glee Club, HEO Club, Sec. 4, SEA. CRONER, SARA, 605 Division St., Berlin. Phi Beta Mu, Chap.-Hist. 4, Intramurals, Glee Club, Sec. 45 French Club, SEA, Pres. 4, Octet. DADDONA, RICHARD, JR., 3025 Swede Rd., Nor- ristown. Kappa Upsilon Phi, Pledgemaster 4, Golf, Cue, Sports Ed., I.F.C., V. Pres. 3, Pres 4. DANIELS, LYNN B., 118 Oley St. I.R.C. M W , 2151? Mu W ' .W ws, 41, ifwvaw 142 W Chi W 5, 1512 S 'wiomtgt , DoL0RES,j 919' - A.W.S-31 gllkoje' QJATALE, m S illlb 101 LMHERIN mlarlPiAlPha QILVANCE M., zllglappaltu Chl QIXRSON, IOHJ 15121. I. Kap, 5l20ienL Oomm., 31 MYMQN M 1- Baseba 90111 Q I QMERG, PE: Cl 1 I l ji-Lim kiwi , ka Alba l. illllics lit, hh mm x I ilu mylar? 2 I i, RON A Alb mem slhwl, zlolluqm R' Ehw 'H ARD, lomwmeflfli Hlusidllv 'wily 'snlilmxlu 1 . Sbmcamgmw-,MM 'Mf51Ell1.if,,flli IER. THQMAS . W. 5 Eh CM Bind, diggmmdmllilpl """11S1c.1. 1111.51 1 1 H' Omen l ' mmA'l"lff1111 Wk Emu, Fowl , .tann- 'K'WaVPtl0HP'if1H1.1Q Wu Ph' OWS D0rmC11111f,1,1Ef MAN. EDWARD M h.:Y.Cab11,11c11,,,,1R,,,l 4: lntnmml. p RI-14,BRUCE1.,91tc1111111p, hi. . 'A1,c11oL1.,1otsp11S11l52. o,YCabinC15Fff1l4ll:llb5l'lC5li6, 1 1" n, 1o1n1N..191B11Nf. ns OIHIUYQ WreslliI1B5T"fl9l'lflh'l 1 11151 1111111 ORROGERC1 1 'WS 1.1111W L0 mb: HE oc11.Wl'l A 111 gn1A.605D'lff11Uftl H'5L43lnmm 1 SEA Presllgofll Gul , if 1 lllxfi c11RD1l'3mli1lli1 A, Rl glltdl W PICS' f ' -1f.C1V' C 118 M5111 1 1 B., AVIDHEISER, YVONNE MOERD, 342 J eflerson ive Pottstown. Phi Beta Mu, Delta Phi Alpha, Ger- 1nan',Club5 French Club' DAVIS BARBARA, 400 Salmon Ave., Johnstown. . A1 h,a Tau V Pres. 4, Intramurals, Cue, Art. Ed. 4' gheefleader, French Club. 7 DAVIS, ROBERT L., 142 W. Marshall St., Norris- townp Track, Kappa Tau Chi. DECK, HOWARD S., 1512 Schuylkill Ave. Domino, pres, 4, Alpha Phi Omega. DELORENZO, DOLORES, 61 New St., Dover, N. J . Pi Alpha Tau, Cue, A.W.S., Dorm Council, Pres. 4. DELUCA, NATALE, 211 S. Second St. I.R.C., Pres. 4, French Club. DIETRICH, KATHERINE E., 772 Lobelia Ave., Riverview Park. Pi Alpha Tau, Chap. 4, HEO Club, Sec. 2. DIMMICK, VANCE M., JR., R.D. 4752, Belleforte. Glee Club, Kappa Tau Chi. FARQUHARSON, JOHN G. II, 500 Westmont Ave., Haddonheld, N. J . Kappa Upsilon Phi, Cue, Ed.-in- Chief 4, Orient. Comm., Glee Club, Domino, Epsilon Nu. FRAIESE, RAYMOND, 175 Rutherford Pl., N. Arlington, N. J. Baseball, Intramurals, Skull 81 Bones, German Club. FRIEDENBERG, PEGGY, 216 Woodland Ave., Mer- chantville, N. J. Phi Beta Mu, V. Pres. 4, Domino, Albfighfialli Cue, Agon, Y Cabinet, Sigma Tau Delta, Homecoming Comm, Dorm Council, Y Seminar. GAY, DONALD, 1259 Rydai Rd., Rydal. Alpha Pi Omega. ZOLDBLATT. KENNETH, 6703 Castor Ave., Phila. ' Tfacki Intramurals, Skull 81 Bones, V. Pres. 4. GREEN. JOAN, 112 Chester Ave., Massapequa, N. Y. GRUBB JAMES Liv ' ' , e l. Al h P O , Cl ss Omcenvlpres' 4. rpoo p a 1 mega a GUINEY RENEE 1251 E Li . , , 2 . I1 In H u -- ville. P1 Alpha Tau, Intramur . co Wy ', Coates l Council, Rec. Sec., 4. a S, HEO Club' Student HACKMAN, 13oN1TA L., 1111 M G C Bl d. Lancaster. HEO Club, Drill Team. rann V 7 HAINES, TE Domino, Alpha Phi Omega. RRY, 110 Mifllin Blvd., Shillington, HANDORF ROGER W 1735 N 16 . ' 'v - th S , Upsilon Phi, Intramurals, A.C.S., Treas. 3 Pres Iilappa HARBAUGH, GREGORY, Knowlton Rd., Media, Zeta Omega Epsilon, Intramurals, Class Oiiicer, Pres. 1, Scriblerus, Pres. 4. HEGARTY, THOMAS J., 435 Sunset Rd., W. Read- ing. Skull 8: Bones. HEMPHILL, H. ERNEST, 205 Spring St., Johns- town. Alchemists, Skull 81 Bones, German Club, I.R.C HEPNER, DENNIS L., 819 Wyomissing Blvd., Wyomissing. Basketball, Baseball. HIL, LOIS E., 210 New Jersey Ave., Phillipsburg, N. J. Albrightian, French Club, Dorm Council, SEA. HILL, NORMAN S., 735 Lynne Ave., Wyomissing. Epsilon Nu, I.R.C. HILL, THOMAS A., 10 Genesee Trail, Westfield, N. J. Alpha Pi Omega, Intramurals, Alpha Phi Omega. HOHL, K. ROBERT, 7 Amherst Ave., Lincohl Park. Skull 81 Bones, German Club. HOLLISTER, HAROLD L., R.D. 43, Lake Ariel- Glee Club, Kappa Tau Chi. HOLTZMAN, JOAN E., 75 Overbrook Rd., W. Hart- ford, Conn. Phi Beta Mu, Treas. 43 Intramurals? Glee Club, Albrightian, Y Cabinet, French Club- JONES, BRIAN G., 36 N. 3rd st., Bangor- Kappa Upsilon Phi, Rec. Sec. 2,P1edgCmaSfCf 2, Social Chau' man 4, Baseball, J.V. Basketballi GOES I-F-C-5 Inna' murals. KINOSE, YOSUNOBU, J ap-an. I-R-C KOCHEL, ARDELL, 315 Gilbraltar Rd. Phi Beta Mu, Daywomen's Council, V. Pres. 4. KRONENBERG, WARREN, 1026 E. 24th St., Brook- lyn 16, N. Y. Football, Pi Tau Beta, Dorm Council, V. Pres. 1, Skull 8z Bones. KUNKEL, KAREN E., 4309 Eighth Ave., Temple. Domino, Glee Club, Albrightian, German Club, Delta Phi Alpha, Scriblerus Club. LENTZ, BARBARA, 136 W. Windsor St. Phi Beta Mu, German Club, Student Council. LEWIS, BARRY L., 1405 Evanston., Pittsburgh-. Alpha Pi Omega, Chap. 4, Intramurals, Glee Club, Pres. 4, Band, Y Cabinet, Kappa Tau Chi, Sec. 3. LIPTAK, ROBERT W., 920 Marion St. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Intramurals. LUCIA, PAUL A., 3129 Noble St., Hyde Park. Enter- prise Club. MacPHERSON, DIANA J ., 95 Lambert St., Central City. Glee Club, Y Cabinet, HEO Club, SEA. MAUGER, PAUL R., 213 Winding Way, Stratford, N. J . Pi Tau Beta, Sec. 2, Pres. 4, Intramurals, German Club, Student Council, Class Oiiicer, Pres. 4, I.F.C., Treas. 3, 4. MELNICK, ROBERT S., 307 Robert St., Norristown. Kappa Upsilon Phi, Treas. 3, Wrestling, Track, Intra- murals. MEST, RAYMOND, 643 N. Ninth St. Math-Physics Club, Sec.-Treas. 4. MOCK, DALE S., 812 Jurton St., Johnstown. Alpha Pi Omega, Basketball, Baseball. MOPPIN, LEROY A., 6109 Nassau Rd., West Orange, N. J . Alchemists. MORRIS, CAROL ANN, R.D. 4752, Parkesburg. HEO Club, Pi Alpha Tau, SEA, Class Officer, Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club. MORSE, MARY ANN, 236-19 119 Ave., Cambria Hgts., N. Y. Phi Beta Mu, Sec. 4, Intramurals, Domino, Glee Club, French Club, Pres. 4, Spanish Club. MOYER, GERALDINE, Perkasie Ave., Perkasie. Drill Team, Color Guard, HEO Club, Corr. Sec. 3, Treas. 4. MOYLAN, RICHARD, 43-39 39 Place, New York, N. Y. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Pres. 4, Basketball, I.F.C., Sec. 4. OLIVO, THOMAS R., 327 S. Finley Ave., Basking Ridge, N. J . Zeta Omega Epsilon, Football. PARKS, JAMES L., 120 Second St., Philipsburg. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Intramurals, Cross Country, Track, Math-Physics Club. PATTERSON, CATHERINE R., 1026 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn. Phi Beta Mu, Intramurals, French Club, Student Council, Sec. 4. PEPE, PETER F., 1238 Marion Ave. Kappa Upsilon Phi Bio. Award, Skull Sz Bones, D'aymen's Organ., V. Pres. 4. POGOSAEW, APRIL N., 151 Westfield Rd., Fanwood, N. J. Phi Beta Mu, Albrightian, Bus. Mgr. 3. POLIN, STEVEN, 4715 N. Hutchinson St., Phila. Track, Tennis, Alpha Phi Omega, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Dance Comm., Skull 8: Bones. PRICE, BONNIE CBURNSJ, 1122 Robeson St., Glee Club, Albrightian, Ed. 3, Y Cabinet, I.R.C., Sec. 2, Student Council. PRIPSTEIN, STEPHEN, 5851 N. Broad St., Phila. Wrestling, Alpha Phi Omega, Skull 8z Bones, French Club. REAGAN, GEORGE A., 526 S. Shore Rd., Marmora, N. J. Alpha Pi Omega, Intramurals, Y Cabinet, V. Pres. 4, I.R.C., Spanish Club. REDDY, RAYMOND, 709 Lehigh St., Reading. REEDER, HOPE, 127 N. J anney St., Baltimore Md. Pi Alpha Tau. REICH, EUGENE H., 1514 Mineral Spring St. Kappa Upsilon Phi. RICHARDS, MARY ANN, 1300 Penna. Ave., Ore- land. Intramurals, Glee Club, Y Cabinet, V. Pres. 4, HEO Club, SEA. RIECK, LINDA C., 3306 Circle Ave., Reiffton. Delta Phi Alpha, Pres. 4, German Club, Daywomen's Organ., Pres. 4. ROBINSON, IRVING C., 20 Ford Ave., Freehold, N. J . Radio Club. 3650 C-, . IJNLY 301,910 Qwl1ggg,Bw:g iff. 1, WS' 4' , 04 W' illlll-1i.v.B2Ske' ef ' V ass SW' CWS HH 111011 618 Wan Ui 4 D, 1165 alllum mls Tennis? I ,il g1l0SEPHM-,3f ami 0111681 EPS' JELBRUCE D-, ilh,PrtS.4- 1tlms.2,Chapl ' illinet ,Pres. 4, Lilies, Pres. 4, Ge 1121 Rum E illlmrman Club llr:t.3,4. lllfllik. an :Miller Nu, H ill, AUDREY FTMIGEORG ,html 4. fllligi 2, 3 FRANK C xllemfisa Ugg MQ-33mu 1lt,phiBeta b flat, IW. N 14139 Ewllriiilr. Wo h'N'IlnlaiS Rr 3215 Wu li., mlm wgmmkizosw . Whmmlmnh ln lg, I . X, . 'lngjiy I , ll Q mhmim millll E"f-mn E . lzlmt . mlilwlllllilgigllig 1 . F t1.nn,,f,,llm4in, lla. E' WEN. ms N. M, TmlAl'h'PllMl.ln4 D"0lLskilun, I' PlKI.Btili'1EqnLiii1,nm.n WX Allin Pi ls l lliilll hhfmnl mrsmn, snail sssnnv gmggmmonnnins ll mwrqmioitszesslt ri1.AhHPi9'l'fl"lmm 4,l.U-Clslmmb' mini mwllltlmii ,E izillll newmllll lil-Wln H7151-llllg' WW Ulnum . 4 llvl 4. l Wmwiiiiilalli wwf EW www 49 Pl' 4. ,j My xnloclllii Il f I EW A C., ROCKETT, STANLEY C., 3650 Mason's Mill Rd., on Valley Kappa Upsilon Phi' J V Basket ' d . 2 ' - ' iigitglickg Cross Country, Band, Skull 8z Bones, Ger- mali Club, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, French Club, SEA, V. Pres. 4, Intramurals- ROD03, MYRON, 1104 Greenwood Ave., Wyncote. Zeta Omega Epsilon, J .V. Basketball, Student Council. RQMIG, LINDA P., 385 Sunset Rd., W. Reading. Phi Beta Mu, Albrightian, Cue, HEO Club, Orien. Comm. ROUSH, EUNICE I., 618 Water St., Northumberland. Band, Y Cabinet. RUQFF, WILLIAM D., 1165 Birch St. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Basketball, Tennis, Alchemists, V. Pres. 4, German Club. SCHAEFER, JOSEPH M., 3008 Roxburg Rd., Ocean- side, N. Y. Zeta Omega Epsilon, Intramurals. SCHAEFFER, BRUCE D., 1136 Mulberry St. Math- Physics Club, Pres. 4. SCHLEIFER, CHARLES, 6032 N. 11th St., Phila. Pi Tau Beta, Treas. 2, Chaplain 3, 4, Intramurals, Tennis, Cue, Y Cabinet , Pres. 4, Delta Phi Alpha, V. Pres. 4, Skull 8z Bones, Pres. 4, German Club. SCHOEDLER, RUTH E., Bowers. Glee Club, Delta Phi Alpha, German Club, Spanish Club, Daywomenls Organ., Treas. 3, 4. SCHONBERGER, GERALD R., 1507 Union St., Allentown. Epsilon Nu, Enterprise Club. SCI-IROPP, AUDREY A., R.D. 4751, Orwigsburg. Y Cabinet, Sec. 4, German Club. SEIGHMAN, GEORGE, R.D. 1132, Mt. Pleasant. Alpha P1 Omega. Pres, 4, I.R.C., Student Council, Class Officer. Treas. 2, 3, 4, i.F.c., Pres. 3. SENTZ, FRANK C. JR 110 Penn Ave. Sinkin . 7 '7 7 g SPf1ng- Tennis, Skull at Bones, see. 4. SFHADI3, CHARLES H., 1100 Perkiomen Ave. Kappa au Chl? I.R.C. , Student Council. SHARPLE M 1 SS? CAROLYN D., Rt. 202 84 Warren Ave., 3 VCHHC. Phi Beta Mu, Sec. 4. S ZSEEJLER: GARY A., 1132 Chestnut St., Middletown. mega Epsilon, Football, Wrestling, Track. sM1THsoN, WAL town. TER R., 34 B. Phila. Ave., Boyer- SNELBAKER, DELAINE, 209 E. Marble Mechanicsburg. Pi A1 h St" P 21 Tau, Corr. Sec. 3. STBBBLB, EDW Park. Mgr. Basketball, Ham Radio, Sec 3 cil, Enterprise Club. , IN F-, .937 Roanoke Ave., Elkins QDOIITI Coun- ?'lQEINBERG, HARRY N., 1236 Stirling St., Phila n ramurals, Track, Skull 8z Bone - G . ' dent Council, Cultural Comm. S, erman Club' Sm- TROUTMAN, PAUL E., 396 Sunset Rd., W. Read- ing. Basketball Statistician. URBANIK, LINDA, 2700 I-Iillvale Ave., West Lawn. HB0 Club. VANDENBERGH, LEWIS W., 50 Tennent Ave., Englishtown, N. J. Alpha Pi Omega. VOGT, WILLIAM H., 730 Moore Ave., Bryn Mawr. Kappa Upsilon Phi, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Wrestling, Co- Capt. 4, Intramurals, Track, Y Cabinet, Student Coun- cil, Class Oiiicer, Pres. 2, 3. WAGNER, EDWIN W., 12 S. Chelsea Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. Enterprise Club. WARNER, PAMELA K., 2245 Church Rd., York. Pi Alpha Tau, Treas. 4, Color Guard, Cue, Y Cabinet, HEO Club, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Student Council, Corr. Sec. 3. WHITMOYER, RONALD R., 1627 Centre Ave. Zeta Omega Epsilon. WILSON, GEORGE H., 866 Lake Ave., Clark N. J. Kappa Upsilon Phi, Intramurals. WOOD, JEAN C., Church St., Liberty Corner, N. J. Color Guard, Capt. 4,' HEO Club, Sec. 43 Pres- Women's Dorms, SEA. YBo, BRUCE L., 518 Bremen Ave., syracuse, N- Y- Alpha Pi Omega, Band, Albrightiall, Ed- 45 I-R-C ZIEBER, PAUL F., 1108 N. 11th St. Glee Club, Kappa Tau Chi, Chaplain 3, Pres. 4- ZIMMERMAN, CAROL A., 721 Ritter St. Delta Phi Alpha, T reas. 4, German Club. Dial 6-1061 For Service Pennsylvania Linen Rental Service 20 Eberly St Reading, Pa. Harrisburg - Atlantic City Philadelphia - York Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1962 WOLFE DYE AND Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1962 John H. Guenther Hosiery Ca. 630 McKnight sr. Reading, Pa. FR 6-5402 BLEACH WORKS Shoemakersville, Pa. 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People with imagination and ideas make Parish. People with many manual skills make Parish. People with knowledge of engineering, of research, of fabrication, of business and administration make Parish. Especially people who know people . . . who like to work with people . . . make Parish what it is. This is why college graduates find Parish a progressive company where individual efforts, talents and knowledge are recognized and used to good advantage. Albright College has . . . and is . . . developing people such as these and Parish offers a promising outlet for your talents. H PRESSED STEEL Division of Dana Corporation Reading, Pa. AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK BODY FRAMES BOAT TRAILERS 146 idea man... the Keller gearbook representative CARL V. PETERSON To the casual reader a yearbook is often simply an "album" of pictures with accompanying identi- fications and enough written text to fill up the re- maining holes on the pages. Merely ink on paper . . . though nice to own and enjoy. 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