Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)

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NN mr-f 4 S lg 7 Y I J I 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS, Dedication. . . three Student Life. . . six Faculty l Administration. . . twenty-six Seniors . . sixty Sororities! Fraternities. . . one hundred Organizations. . . one hundred twenty Sports. . . one hundred forty-two li-if ' Q A g- :fs-Eve HY When the students of the class of 1969 arrived at the Albright campus, eager for the experi- ences of college and filled with new ideas for changing any patterns they might encounter, they found another newcomer who was willing to listen to what they had to say. He was a "freshman" too, and taking his first look at the institution also. And he recognized the fact that a college is people-students, administration, faculty. Only through the close interaction and cooperation of these groups could the institu- tion achieve its objectives of a real education. 4 He looked at all these things and, most impor- tant of all, he listened. Changes and improve- ments resulted from his perception in a great many areas. Today, at the end of his fourth year at Albright College, it may still be said that he has his fm- ger on the pulse of the Albright community. The class of 1969 is grateful to have had such a friend in the administration and thus dedicates the 1969 CUE to the friend of the students- fair, enthusiastic, open to suggestion-Dean Louis F. Weislogel. KT ff - If, I. O 'lk I lfjj? fx Q xv 'TEENS Ai? in HQQPUM I . qw--, ' 135' ' 5 13 l 1 A 4 47' 6 , W I, ,il - I : rw ' .' V 54 'N ,... 'L-1 .-'ff-': 57, 5T'Tf f PQ. ,Y Lalita' 1 ,sg .gn -' Wil. Fifwc "1'f3. Ei! W 'J'-ffl J.'. :fe?faj:iK..L'f"4,w x -wx Rf- Lrid f wjggi 5 2? -uh' ,I Ir 11L:9 - ' , . . Y' ' f ,. R1 1453 , xy 5575" LIQQ-I-2 irwgk.. hi . -,F-1757.1 ,a , -941, W1 X b 10 i ........... 14 r R GBX , F , iv, -., ,A ,. .. as i's,,3Q ay rt v - ' V U 1' Alf J .Fr-Gig: -12 .fr.:,',y..,,,, ,gk L 5 " I A . -J 1 3 :,,,:Y1.-nf: . Q- .:, 'Q-f 'Q ' ,ff-pf-:'1'.,j:'QJ . 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Many students come from other parts of the United States and always some are enrolled from other countries. Students come from all kinds of homes-rich homes, poor homes, strict homes, indulgent homes, homes where the light of educational ideals burns brightly, homes where such light is dim, homes where religion is central and homes where religion is forgotten. Students have diverse abilities and varied talents, some well motivated and moving straight toward a clearly discerned goal, and others, lacking such motivation, aimlessly groping and wondering what college is all about. Many students are capable of self-discipline and cooperation, but a few are aloof. Some unselflsh and others untrained in the art of controlling their conduct and managing their lives. Students make drastic adjustments as they Ht into a campus program, learning to live in dormitories with others who until they arrived here were total strangers, and learning to walk under the leadership of unfamiliar adults who are members of the faculty. The shock of going to college and making good as I see this transition year after year, warm one's heart and strengthen one's faith in youthf' l l . n ,QQ Dr. Arthur L. Schultz If il llil ll F. it 28 Dr. Robert E. McBride A , I ' 51 -3 J ,? ' Dr. Samuel B. Shirk clean of the college Who is he-this Albright student? Where does he come from and where is he going? An Adams, a Baker, a Borelli, a Moyer, a Zdunowski-he's a product of the American melting pot. He comes from a hundred small towns with names like Pennsauken, Hackensack, Ardmore, and Shamokin. But he comes from Philly, from New York, and some from simply the other side of Mt. Penn. He laughs, and loves, and mutters dark protests about "in loco parentis," parietal rules, and Victorian provincialism, or merely sleeps in Convocation. Some June he slips away, to Hahnemann, to Jeff, to teach in Oley, to seminary, to the university, and to Carpenter Tech. The reports in time come slowly back. He is a social worker in Harlem, the president of a seminary. He is a surgeon, a mayor, a full professor. And back on the campus one faculty member turns to another with a gleam' of pride in his eye and says, "Why I remember when . . . whoever would have thought it possible?" director of admissions The common denominator among applicants for Albright College is their strong academic preparation and their aptitude for a demanding program on campus. Otherwise, they represent various cultural, economic, and social backgrounds. Opportunities for the exchange of ideas and deepening convictions should enable Albright students to increase their awareness of the needs of others so that as graduates they can better serve their communities. 29 Anna R Benninger, A.B., Registrar M.A., M.S Josephine E. Raeppel A.B., B.S. in L.S,, L.S., Ed.D., Librarian E5 r--Y .XZ ' W Tj L Av T Chaplain Yrigoyan B.S., B.D., Th.M. 30 l ' William D. Popp B.S., M.S. in Ed., Assistant Dean of Men hi' . ,-,Li -- 'ff C4-I Doris G. Manzolillo A.B., M.S. in Ed., Dean of Women Louis F. Weislogel A.B., M.A., M.S., Dean of Students Dean of Men. i 31 'Wil I l it and LeRoy M. Burkholder A.B., Director of Development Harrie G. Burdan A.B., Director of Public Information Q'-.1 Robert S. Smethers, Jr. A.B., B.D., Director of College Relations 32 Dean H. Kelsey A.B., M.A. Vice President in Charge of Financial Affairs r-a"'2 -di., John W. Greaser B.S. Director of Financial Aid and Placement IUIIiIIIIIIIIII Gene A Schott A B Executive Secretary of Alumni Association 34 Leonard Van Driel Director of Food Service 1" --,.-' Leroy W. Withers Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds l I 'J Q 'Ne 1' l' I -v 1 Dale J. Vandersall B.A., M.Ed. Director of Campus Center Erma E. Gable R.N. Head Nurse Student Health Center 6 Joseph E. Gable B.S., M.D. Medical Director Student Health Center 35 James D. Reppert A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Department Head 'if 6 nv:-' i N- 'QF Mary C. Brill A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 36 lf A" 'i' 1 -'FMULTY MEN Benjamin E. Brown A.B., M.Litt. Gary L. Adelstein A.B., M.A. .:L'i'i' " ..-- "'U" - - --- -. .fl 1 . Ai! I ef 5. I Louis L. Yonke A.B., M.A., Ph.D. -. A X ' 'Nu Clyde A. Harding A.B., M.A. 37 Paul R. Applegate A.B M'1rion J. Helz A.B. M.A. Edwin H. Sargent A.B., M.A. r , , .,,....- v - - T ' .. "- - ' J' i- - , - 5 - P A , - ..1"1':. g I I 'V -Y,"h-1,1.igl' 'P7'1"" - ' ,af X r . if-Q-MU x . X .,, Q -. ' . hw, ' 'N -ffv, ' ' , , , , P+- X' xl L. X. - Wi-. I X R ' . . 45 ,V EA. , 1 p Q ' 4 41 g ,v ,.V, - ' . 1 . "' L ., - A., . A ' ' " -I, A v 1 , -x ' " -'..f4 1 1' . -, - , , . .,, . .MSL . - . . 6 . ,- 1 fQaf2,f"M ' ' ' -. '9' 1 38 -'Q N 1 'lb ' ' I Annadora V. Shirk A.B,, M.Litt. WM' Henry R. Riley B.S., M.A. N- uf i Raymond J. Mest B.S., M .A. Arthur L. Hilt B S . ., M Department Head .S., Ph.D. ' 'T' , 3'.'1.'.'j,,Q, --.5 I , AW N 39 Robert L. Dahl B.S., M.A. William R. Bishop A.B., M.A. James D. Yoder A.B., M.A. i 40 William W. Hummel B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ph. Philip S. Foner B.A., M.A., Ph.D. E fi 1? 1 f A Ju if Barbara M. Fahy A.B., M.A. nf Charles E. Kistler A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 41 ,annul ii- .ZZ Henry W. Shearer A.B., M.A., Ph,D f N: Paulino A. Ballesteros B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D Thomas G. Kane B.S. 43 4 I l l 4 Q . , M.A., Ph.D. psychology Marsha B. Green A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 'mf I Xa 1- flx. ak' A gr Ig 4 N A N ,., . Y MI , ., , ' ' 11? , I by , rr nav" "' QV lx r J. N. '-Fsuvr x '- ' . . z, :- x . ' wo?" -. ff ,Q X - U rfx I I . 'M -' -4 vs--ws. rf- 'if' 4 'KY 1 'fx us V., "' f ' x , ' - V - '. ' I '- 14.1, 1 . Stanley K. Smith A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Edward R. Gilbert A.B., M.S,, Ed.D. -rf, V - -Y .- ,H K . Q M3 -4 V Ronald Green A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 44 David Q. Voigt B.S., M.A., D.S.S. Thurman R. Kremser B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Department Head Joanna T. Schurr B.S Robert S. Dulude B.A., M.S. .-f" 'Erg- Q , 'L-:gr ' P Q Bernard O. Bogert B.S., M.A. 46 Charles A. Raith A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Thomas M. Fitzpatrick B.S., M.S. political science pA Eyr1chAB MA William R, Marlow A.B., B.D. ,lgi,T,,,,l1H it ,,,..',,.nv' f .f Ronald E. Cocroft A.B., B.D., Th.M., Th.D. l X Eugene H. Barth A.B., B.D., S.T.M., Ph.D., Department Head 48 Ellery B. Haskell A.B., B..D, M.A., Ph.D. Department Head philosophy Sophie Gerlicz Baccalaureate 1Po1andJ, Sarbonne fParisJ 1 Edith B. Douds, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Department Head ' Vfmwl-L i. K ,fn . i a Clinton O. Morton A.B., M.A. 49 Bernice G. Zissa A.B., A.M., Ph.D. .J -:J FI WF U! U-f Nina M. Belayeff Russian Ped. Inst., Department Head . J A' I 1- f ' if-.-ci"-.QQ r, f f' '11 . , rx. r .,, ,Wi E-I - pfv"n,1,'-,,-' Q-fi -,r F ' 1- vii iiiiiiiii'i.l'fnii 55 a- ..,L g g : -V A ,Li gy at YQ " "" X i 1. F1 'WY W fn 4- 'fl , 5 " g ui - 'I n A ., , ' I ' i 5 gg,-nl, A f ' xg f - James M. Weisz A.B. lx I 3 In . V' ' Y PACIII 'rv I n ,.J in n i -' ,f "xv- Luther F. Brossman B.S. in Ed., M.A., Dr. Phil. 50 Charlotte G. Price A.B. Felix W. Gingrich A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Department Head ' . . -.J- 'REU J in E ii 32? -, . LMS? W SPAIN Consuelo R. Jordan B.A. in Ed., M.A., Department Head Amy L. Weislogel A.B. 51 Helen J. Loane A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Jaime L. Rodriguez B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ph.D Edwin L. Bell B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Department Head gp.. -I-" Donald L. Daniel B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 52 Marcus H. Green B.S., M.S., D.Sc. 1 Gino A. DiVirgilio B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D. Louise K. Peardon B.Ed., M.S. biology -fan QL.-... ...... ...- 5 I Janet L. G ehres R.N., B.S., M.S. spy' EL J, Helen Lightman A.B. I V , Ml, Q, 'MQ1 , ' . . . ,. qi' - ' ,L .4 ,wax wggu: Manfred S. Zitzman B.S., M.S 54 Benjamin H. Handorf B.S., M.S., Ph.D. M Janette Brown B S ,iv 'hy Ph.D. left-Robert D. Rapp B.S., right-Morgan S. Heller A.B., M.S., Ph.D. S Ls Paul M. Leininger B.S., M.S., Ph.D 55 Pearl O. Bright B.S., M.S. in Ed. 3flK3,T.'?-qigge ahf"39'?fP - P .L 0 ' ' PY! ' , im- us 3' n Agnes S. Ronaldson B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Mildred A. Iacone B.S. M.S Ome ECONOMICS 'Still '- A K... Eleanor D. Schlenker B.S. 56 l 'i fl Francis H. Williamson B.S., M.M., B.D., Th.D. LeRoy B. Hinkle B.S., M.Ed. uv 1 , 'I J. ,rm Havard E. Fosnocht B.S., M.Ed. Robert F. Smith B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Harry G Koursaros B S M A 5 7 i , l i I if A Q up 1 , i 51 I 1 4 i I E ,' Q I ' f , ' ii ff i A . : i V ,, ix 1: fi , .'-L A1 .nf Rf W r - r ,J ' z M - 124 ..- f 'Q ' JK f ,. V'-Y' -- -L ,.. f?"' John A. Potsklan B.S., M.S, , H. -4l,1,.- wg! !,,l,,.l::q ml "" Cfflhwlf 4 L , a . '-:I l M ,C 3 Geraldine R. Whiteley B.S. William D. Popp B.S., M.S. in Ed. 58 education I physical I Beatrice S. Ramsay A.B., M.S. .Xl Wilber G. Renken B.S., M.A., D.P.E. -ww, William F. Helm B.S., R.P.T. Joseph R. Now B.S., M.S. in Phys. Ed 59 Senior Portraits by Davor Photo ,ling ..33.,5i .5 p--2-., I A l Alison Adkins A.B., Psychology Michael Albright B.S., Chemistry Richard Albright A.B., Political Science ,.,, ' 'CS' TIL" ? . Arlene Arends A.B., German Donald Auerbach B.S., Biology A Almon Baird A.B., Religion Y. l, :A ' 4-.. ,- J' 'J 5' ' J, 4-- f r a f P, A K ' , . ' .1-4-r' ,f-Q-' x. ,ITN Richard Baker P11111 Balbfesky A.B., Psychology B.S., Biology Stephen Bauer Richard Bardo A,B,, Religion B.S-, PhY5iC5 g ilihzv, el-. 'Q' 44' ' QM.. I ' 4 I e I l . f"'2 has fi! c""" William Baxter Jonathan Beard B.S., Mathematics A.B., English George Bernard A.B., Political Science Mark Bertozzi A.B., Political Science qv' xt.-1 'CS 4?-1 'fs ,. 1, av- N Mark Bippes B.S., Mathematics 5 l Judith Bleiler B.S., Home Economics l l 'US irq" Arthur Bloch B.S. Biology Rosemarie Blum A.B., French Harry Bohn, Jr. A.B., History 'iii-ip Ib Carolyn Borelli A.B., English x wfgfzlfiif,-. ,Q bn .A J 1 . . 1 X 4. V A '- ' A ., i. - - 1 l Y A 2 4'-A rx. u ' -" 111, F-61... H 'ink-' if P' 'P rx 4 ' is 'isa-N N FWHM 'X ik ,--Q Pls' NJ N tv Q' Yr'- William Bower Thomas Bowersox B.S., Economics A.B., History Karen Bowkley Gary Braddock A.B., History B.S., Biology Cheryl Bressler Linda Briese A.B., German B.S., Biology ?T lm' 1.1- 'Y---J' Suzanne Byles B.S., Home Economics Carol Cappel A.B., Latin F95 1, , 1:::"T:' 5' 4- Janet Bruce Robert Burnett B.S., Economics A.B., History X"-7 had "ff-'47 '1-w, IRA. 9 ,...,. Glenn Carman A.B., History Barbara Carr B.S., Mathematics .ibn- Kathleen Carroll B.S., Biology Linda Carvell A.B., English Walter Cero A.B., Religion , sal, WL? Diane Chuze A.B., English if T' ' Valjean Clark A.B., English 5"1S-4 'Q-'il Judith Cliver B.S., Home Economics Beverly Collins A 2 . VT Q ,.n Russell Cunn fl. ingham A.B., Psychology new "ii -gf-A 2 x T'+i,..g 'Cf' Mark Cuttler B.S., Biology Scott Dames A.B., History B.S., Economics ri Murray Dashe Doreen Daskiewicz A.B., Economics A.B., Psychology Thomas Davis B.S., Economics l, fx. as '-'bv ---ga. -"mv -Q! 'cf' 'Tl' WHO'S WHO-Front Row: E. Solow, B. Orr, J. Duttinger, A. Hess, K. Masonheimer, M. Bippes, B. Carr, R. Horwitz, M. Mustokoff. BACK ROW: A. Soble, B. Hawkins, P. Balbresky,7H,. Rogove. , 4 1 , l W -.A an '5- William Dervin Raymond Diamond B.S., Economics B.S., Biology 6-' A :gas-,. Richard Ditlow B.S., Biology N-3'--jf! . 1 Edward Domers B.S., Economics Judith Duttinger B.S., Biology Richard Egger A.B., Political Science ,,v 251' Dean Eisenberg B.S., Economics '-s..., ,.7 , Dennis Emrick Cynthia Engle A.B., Religion A.B., Psychology Marie Evans James Fegley B.S., Home Economics B.S., Mathematics 'iii Q - 5 , .. Richard Frese B.S., Mathematics Kathleen Furness A.B., Psychology -1 J 'w l 'Q Ili Jain'- ,..-f . ,ii-in Lawrence Gaston, J r. B.S., Economics . WAX Maureen Fegley Joanne Fidler A.B., Psychology A.B., German Steven Flammer Gilbert Foley B.S., Biology A.B., Psychology I u 'NS' . il AWT-v , Barbara Geisel A.B., Spanish v zi. 'Qld Leonard Ginsberg B.S., Biology Robert Goldberg B.S., Biology y , ,ff 'i. Larry Goldstein B.S., Biology Judith Gregory A.B., Psychology I it ' A f Q li ,G sv.: Glenn Gerber A.B., History ...X-5 QHSX X fl? I1"'?' .sw Christopher Goldman A.B., Political Science N I Brian Graeii B.S., Biology William Grower A.B., French 1,5 -x... 4 D Vs., L.. 'fl-4' V' -'Y 'i'4 7"-'7Y"i Geraldine Hart A.B., Sociology Beverly Hawkins A.B., History , if l QQ' ,1 l K Wfrqyr vga ir-1-av ,rf Richard Haisch William Hales A.B., Political Science B.S., Economics Lois Hancock Joseph Harfmann, Ir. B.S., Home Economics B.S., Economics Carol Heckman A.B., Psychology Linda Heiferan A.B., Psychology James Hess James Hiester B.S., Economics A.B., History Ronnie Hironimus Nancy Hitchins A.B., English A.B., History Phyllis Heine A.B., English Paul Henry B.S., Economics '59 'uri 13? if-I 2-'am mil msg' 2' ce... Dean Heine A.B., English 'SJ 'r U 5 Andrew Hess B.S., Physics 1T'ZT Betty Hoffman Orville Hoifman A.B., History A.B., Political Science Dale Holcombe Fianna Holt B.S., Mathematics B.S., Chemistry fl' f--y li-I". ' Y 31' .e ' -- fl All 'kr -, 1 -H V--r Y- fit 'Jil 1 Q: , 1 fb-G if . - -- . 'ik r at ,d,,,,,. bf-""" , . Marie Hoplamazian B.S., Home Economics Ralph Horwitz B.S., Biology .fX '15 Fx S' Q.- '3.f"" Kathleen Hughes A.B., International Affairs SY -1-'J Edward Hummel B.S., Economics J oad Kazan A.B., English Joseph Kefauver A.B., German 1 N -1 -- H Q. V V,.. ,., ,., J, 1 . N w it 'GTA' Robert Jacobs B.S., Economics it 901 5 Sig? Karen Kenney A.B., Psychology PHI DELTA SIGMA HONORARY ALUMNAE SORORITY-Standing: Margaret Van Driel, Suzanne Stanton, Barbara Orr. Seated: Judith Duttinger, Kathleen Furness, Beverly Hawkins, Karen Masonheimer. I V UO 7 l V51 E YUM sag 'cz-.rv Vincent Kern Edith Kerrick A.B., Political Science B.S., Mathematics Ellis Kirk B.S., Economics Sandra Klahr A.B., Sociology V l i ll Eileen Kirkpatrick B.S., Home Economics Thomas Kline A.B., Political Science . , 'ew 1'--Q '60 V 'KX qv -'ir' Richard Koch B.S., Physics Ronald Kolm A.B., History A N Ny, N v 12" Christ Kraras l lx eifyff-f'1l,zf:zm. lg ,jl3'.nfur-f1n..4s QL ,L ln: :v,wv3::.5 If 1 ,wwf a ,Z if .21,,1"ll' K-W' mfs. ' f Linda KliI16di1'lSi Joseph Klockner B.S., Home Economics A,B,, Psychology ' l-.lsfilflllihfs V - l A- tgps. wr - l 1 fzfwlll xi - , e 11. Athena Kontaxes B.S., Biology A.B., History Rodney Kriebel B.S., Mathematics Carl Kuhl III B.S., Economics IEP. rr NI .Af Ann Marie Kuntz A.B., Psychology 'wx-Q J an Leader A.B., English Neil Leister A.B., Political Science iv" iuw-f-vw X 15 if ,aa Kip Leiphart B.S., Economics Theodore Linger A.B., Psychology QA f S 1 L 'gr-"' yu ,X I ' 1 x, , ' fix. - Q: -- L, . if 1,7937 Q, i ,z L MJ- i ' ij, r git, .V 1 ,.A...,I!.:, ir.: ,Lil ff,-A Q elf,-, V n l "sig .N fr, fx Q- .1 il 7 r- lu , -L Gene Lutz B.S., Mathematics Kristine Lyssand A.B., History 'L 3 'fix L uv, Wg fzfg-ww?--' , i , -.141 fi, i if , K , 1 . . 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M ,K qt, ,N - 1, . - .. . ., . ., 93 Jeffrey Zwerin Michael Sheffer B.S., Biol0gY 1947-1967 -www dl' ,rrliftar seniors no'r photographed Joseph Albright Alan Barth Elaine Cieniewicz James Gallas Paul Gallery Sara Gillespy Robert Grant Joseph Graygor Wayne Guenther John Guerber Russel Hart Nancy Landry Jack Lattemann Cathy Mallon Roger Mallon Keith McLaughlin Janet Moyer Linton Moyer David Spang Lynn Sternbergh James Vagott J effrey White Larry Wildermuth 95 These are the times to rememberg the good days. We laugh and have serious times. Soon we will all part, to go . . . where, we don't know. What awaits us? We are students. We will be husbands, wives, teachers, scientists, workersg but when will the years again awaken the musician, the poet, the artist that lies in each of us. This closeness that we now have is a part of our education. We begin to know what our fellow human beings are like. Perhaps never again will we be so open with one another. ll ll ll .ll' ll: Ill fl' . 'A p, 96 Perhaps we may never again show our feelings so readilyg For we will build walls around ourselves to keep others out forgetting the shared moments .... Y J J ri -1-" r 'll Q Tlllllllsm F N, if Q' A i X f IHQDQ 15 l M' 97 -x 4.g"u 89. .1 A , V. A Sad moments, happy moments, moments of in between emotion will be the order of the days. But now is the golden time-a time that will pass with the circling of the years. But the memory remains .... These are the times to rememberg the good days. x ..'h s ' --.f W 5 .Q -0 . - . , 99 r',,,... -'I '-vu. Steve Kaufman Neal Leister Bill Smith Roy Triebel Craig Swinn Roger Moos Steve Goldberg Robert Pearson Tom Sweeney Rick Hartman Orv Hoffman Bary Goldstein-Sec. Tim Roberts-Treas. i '40 3'-M Van Clark Pete Davis John Wilson Joe Harfman Ted Agurkis Joe Kacenda-Pres. Bill Sisco Gary Champlin . Phil Sterner . Robert Kessler . Skip Vrooman . Richard Golber . Don MacArthur 102 27. Terry Jones 28. John Scholl 29. Gary Finkelstein 30. Wayne Guenther 31. Marc Zanger 32. John Ryder-Vic Missing: Richard Sebastian Doug Shearer George Ritter e-Pres alpha fm, i f 4 .QQ P' 14 I M W omega tau ,, ,, 3' '5 QNQWX 104 ,JL .tif ' '., 1 , J. . Carol Pallac . Patty Mitchell-Treas. . Alison Adkins-Rec. Sec. . Linda Hefferan-Historian . Marie Hoplamazian-Vice Barb Wachter-Cor. Sec. Susie Byles Judy Gregory Mary Lange Sally McCue Barbara Jean Arner Jan Maker Carol Szilagyi Linda Carvell-Pres. -Pres. Ginger Smethers Patti Parker Karen Masonheimer-Chaplain Maryann Humphries Sue Bartek Patti-Jo Pietro Carol Giannotta Barb Bricker Sue Hirsch 24. Sue Petrusiak 25. Anita Eckles 26. Mary Lynn Christopher 27. Debbie Dixon 28. Joyce Robertson 29. Sue Lister 30. Cathy Gaul 31. Donna Florenzi 32. Linda Cooper 33. Paulette Toth 34. Marlene Murphy 35. Meg Phster Missing: Nancy Badham Kathy Wiese Valarie Hoag Beth Fox 105 M .pavqnm ,. , A , - ' ' 5112:-T-JLT'?i'43TiiFf?5? L P' Y '1 I v 0 T .-.kr ,Ari -K., F11 lf!- vff' 'RPL SWF Siva ul., " , 2' 1, . k pl 106 ff'-v 'w'Lx..--4.-u ,-, .,, , 4, :. ..., 'TP . .U - ., Q .- i ,,,,,,,...,,--,. wr-f-in ww ff-' - f ia" vw'!'f"'A ""',g .I -rl' -""lcie,, la -' . M 4 ', '-"Li 5 , Ag fix r.- .. new " ' ' "VJ, , V ".:::'H'.,j'-415' H!" 'J QQ- inc' Y,,,,,-, .T-. 're ,-7 -'--- 'gg -- in J k , 'wr' is . '75 .1 ' H ' 'FI PX. f- HP! 4 i-':1,,':r""' f 'f"'f"f ' , if sghikd f.'?'la,iY-l-4 n""Y , ,..,- . . -- ' 12 ' Ti A - vw , -, ,,,. I, ,qui ff f f 5 ' s:i.'?ff'2v-,WQQ L.--1" ,,...-.Y-- , - if-LAN' -gl' Q " 1 . .p 1+ Qi -V tins. arf Fred Weaver Dave Weidner Reed Kellner Bill Sharp-Cor. Sec. Tom Campbell Ray DeFrain George Schaeffer Rick Stamm-Soc. Chairman Paul Henry Bob Kaplan-Rec. Sec. Stan Laucks--House Manager Dave Much-Treas. , . ,W N ..- Avnnv- V!-f-H--JJ. 'ks '-!,'- ,244 1 q"L T' 25. Dennis Zaslow 26, Eric Doroshow 27. Paul Rosefeldt Missing: David Spang-Vice-Pres Rick Bomberger Tim Bachman Paul Kauffman Ernie Mancini 107 -,.-w,',fH,,j,,-,,,,,,,,,.,,.-.pn-au-+4udnnvv- 1' "'-'Q f?'?' Sherry Mitchell Jaime Potter Carol Werner-Parliamentarian Sue Robinson Dale Holcombe-Treas. Carol Gartholf Barb Bearse Cindy Engle-Pres. Peggy Van Driel-Vice-Pres. Barb Orr in . a-my iv 4' '1' . Lindy Daniels 21. Barb Geisel . Cindy Hale 22. Sandy Wagner . Bonnie Wendling 23. Sue Moyer . Sue Prusack 24. Kathy Schneider . Misty Rivers . Linda Janney Missing: . Jean Mattox-Historian Bonnie Kurtz . Cathy Ruddell-Rec. Sec. Cathy Mallon-Chaplain . Linda Klinedinst . Beth McGrow 108 ,154 5141514 5 6 7 5 9 I7 1119 no za 109 chi lambda rho pl tau beta l Denny Zimmerman Mike Weiser Don Irvin Rog Gallo Dave Hoffman Mike Richards Dave Fielder Mike Albright Dick Frese Don Seibert-V Russ Kelchner Len Ennis Ed Kaylor Al Adelman Wayne Shusko ice-Pres. 16. Rod Kriebel 17. Dave Boyles 18. Jim Fegley-Pres. 19. George Sofield 21. Bob Forry 22. Joe Ricci 23. Terry Goodman 24. Bill Kissner 25. Rick Rittenhouse 26. Jim Swartz Missing: Fred Spengeman Charles Della Vecchia Tom Davis-Rec. Sec. Brian Sowers Barry Rapp Arnie Laikin-Cor Sec Frank Potter Tom Bakum-Chaphm Terry Rhodes Don Moyer Paul LeHatto Tim Carver Tom Tranquillo Hank Gedney Len Feinberg Ed Domers lll 3' i- "w--'-"'-'mimwfwiviylr-+L-T: fs 1-ff -fs ...Y. -.. .--il I . Maureen Fegley Debbie Anderson Doreen Daskiewicz-Vice-Pres. Karen Kenney-Treas. Linda Swanger Carol Heckman-Historian Diane Chuze-Cor. Sec, Jane McCallion Karin Bittner Linda Trzaska Pat Stucy-Chaplain Melissa Muhlenthaller S. Ann Ulrich Pat Sutherland I- fu: mn.. - .-, f--.man -- ..-.gigl :ml Jiimz- ...., , 4? V "F ,ggi 15. Janet Snelbaker Pat Steifa 17. Sue Gescheidt Barb Christiansen Ellen DeCamp Marilyn Stauffer Bev Hawkins Debbie Brooks Judy Duttinger Kris Lyssand Mel Moberg Sue Treadwell Carol Schmaltz-Pres. Noelle Russel 1 12 29. Alice Rohrbacher 30. Janet Fick 31. Marty Dollar 32. Sally Gillespy Missing: Sue Young-Rec Eloise Strunk Barb Wood Pat Laughlin Barb Gyenes Rosemarie Blum Sec. Josephine Bondonese 'sf '-.. vi' I H' A " H U phi ll I3 , f' "M beta pg '3 5 Z7 ll b H 2, 3.33, I5 113 U15 alpha phl omega ln: 'li fin '. pq! 'O iz I3 L3 H as q ll M 2.7 Russ Lander Randy Matz Richard Krebs Kip Hall Charles Miller-Sgt-at-Arms Tony Paradiso-Historian Ed Ogden Russ Shade Richard Carll Ralph Jacobson-Cor. Sec. Mark Bippes Ron Reichman 25. Richard Schempp 26. Marc Creager 27. Bruce Seaman-Second Vice-Pres Robert Goldberg Bill Huebner-Treas. . Dave Sierer . Wes Snyder-Rec. Sec. Robert Corn-Alumni Sec. Missing: Neal Carlson Dennis Hughes Tom Ziegenhorn Mike Clearfield Roy Pauth-Chaplain Roy Ochs Clyde Snyder-Historian Glenn Panzer Robert Campis Jaap Van Liere Howard Kaufmann-First Vice-Pres. Richard Zelnick Paul Balbresky-Pres. 115 '5's.. A ,J ii in P . W 'li , ,L.., 'E' i rr i il is Marjorie Glasgow Christine Horn Kathleen Lukens Sandy Klahr Leslie Small-Historian Linda Roberts Bonnie Brown Barbara Carr-Pres. Katherine Ellenberger-Cor. Sec. Renee Bourgeois Pam Williams Linda McCormick Mary Ann Pierce 14. Geraldine Kindlik 15. Barbara Beers Barbara Hollman 17. Andrea Finkelstein Bonnie Stamm Sharon Spencer Diane Baer Donna Rhoads Renee Poet Edith Kerrick-lst Vice-Pres. Kathleen Mock Arlene Arends Mary Moyer-Alumnae Sec. 116 -af' Missing: Ellen Ames Judy Bleiler-Rec. Sec. Diane Edinger-Treas. Virginia Huff Lydia Mange Nancy Pastorello Barbara Reed-2nd Vi Janice Riehl Dawn Zimmerman Kathy Durrwachter Cynthia Knisley Eilene Miller ce-Pres 9 'z tgp fvlf Y? Ti' WSIS H uv V27 A ?"Qi urs:-2 xx wx lx ID slgma sigma fx 7-6 0 117 vm-l2'i?t ' 'lj H Emma i 1 'mfr' W WT., 1--Wifi: ' .. jul . 4. 25 L , 1. Bob Metzer 2. Tom Gargiulo 3. Dick Kramer 4. Scott Sheidy 5. Ted Linger 6. Nick Smith 7. Ma rk Fulton lawn 11 T-:'V..,,,,sv .Y - . r 8. Glenn Gerber-Pres. 9. Roy Shellhamrner-House Manager 10. Joe Klockner-Vice-Pres. 11. Bob Petrucelli F- . ,, ,. . . ' . n 0 - 'ful ..-- if. - 'ie 51 -11 A at f- , Q' -,LQ fTu.d'. to -H' - - -,Q N - .11 ., 11.12 . 'J fa."-.1 12. Joe Bucci 13. Herb Nauss 14. Tom Ball Missing: Larry Wildermuth Chris Kraras Fred Gable Jim Stocker Gary Hendl Dave Padora 118 Mark Brown Chuck Mathew Rick Eggar Ed Troy James Lofstrom Frank Klassen Kevin O'Keefe John Packer John Hasey Paul Bucchle omega epsilon organizations mtg, f ,,,..-em:--r . Us , Y, iq, .. 121 Vx by H. Rogove, vice-presidentg K. Masonheimer, recording secretaryg K. Hughes corresponding secretaryg M. Mustokoff, presidentg I. Ricci, treasurer. student councll officers Z 'fb 1 f ,Z 5, I XL 1 campus f oar center b d K M. Dollar, T. Gargiulo, M. Pfister, B. Smith, B. Bricker, J. Ryder, presidentg K. McKinney. 122 Top to bottom: J. Kalina, J. Nedal, D. Danser. F Seated: S. Goldberg, treasurerg B. Bricker, vice-president. Standing: B. Smith, president. 'NX class officers 3 -,jf B. Reheard, secretaryg J. Wilson, vice-presidentg B. Blackman, presidentg C. Smith, treasurer. sophomores 123 First Row: P. Snyder, A. Soble, B. Gamble, S. Dennis. Second Raw: R Dufner, D. Shay, W. Shay, C. German. 4 i 1 I r First Row: R. Golding, L. Geever,T. Paradiso. Second Row: A. Cockley, B. Gamble, H. Holtzman, R. Rozansky, W. Baxter, E. Kirk, P. Parker. Tlzird Row: L. Carvell, A. Laikin, N. Braslow, Horwitz, editor-in-chiefg Dr. DiVirgilio, E. Slosberg, C. German, B. Goldberg, R. Dufner, J. Nedal, C. Paone, J. McCallion. 124 Soble, T. Domers, E. A. Soble, R. D. Andrews ,765 Y , , , ,.H" 0 ,arp , .nf- id' '-,. .39 Clockwise: J. Mattox, W. Cooper, assistant editorg R. Kring, C. Werner, D Chuze, M. Van Driel, editor 125 YM-YWCA First Row: B. Garabed, J. Weisfeld, M. Creager, D. Florenzie, M. Bippes, L Cooper, W. Cero, D. Ettinger, M. Moyer. Second Row: W. Bower, R. Jacobs, P. Laughlin, J. McCallion, S. Stanton, B. Geisel, J. Schuld 126 i I 1 1 l 1 P Left to right: C. Goldman, D. Bethem, R. Reichman, G. Finkelstein 127 First Row: M. Carmody, B. Orr, A. Kuntz, S. Byles, M. Pierce. Second Row: E. McGrow, B Garabed, L. Daniels, J. Duttinger, P. Davis, J. Bondonese, E. Opel. Third Row: F. Haynes, S. Krauss, M. Shrom, R. Blum, D. Chuze, B. Wendling, K. Hughes. men's dorm councll D. Weidner, E. Kirk, J. Mogel. , K . I I J: t Aff W l.U, -i . if i 1 " if " --' fe X-I ' Mfg fi. : fi' M Q . , g lv V 1 '.Vf'1Nx ' , V - .- 7- 512 .I . In 2 Ki S ra I Q I if. F z f dsl Y ,. 3 .. '. . ' -3 , rs -J" ' C I . I . hifi? 2 M 1. wg, , J 5 . 5 -.vi 1 - , . :L Riff . . .ff M. Pierce, K. Hughes, E. Opel. inter- sorority C. Schmaltz A. Adkins M. Moberg L. Carvell, E. McGrow, C. Engle, S. Robinson. interf fraternity R. Merk, P. Sterner, S. Laucks, C. Mayhew, O Hoffman, R. Kelchner, G. Finkelstein, K. O'Keefe, D. Seibert, J. Fegley. 129 german c u First Row: S. Ritter, A. Arends, J. Fiddler, J. Kefauver. Second Row: P. Meyer, C. Bressler, K. Zerbe, M. Koons, J. Master. 3 0: N'-Sf 1.1! First Row: P. Leber, W. Snyder, D. Divine, S. Lake. Second Row: D. Spang, S. Derr, A. Plaskonos, R. Nattress, M. Bookbinder, C. Kerr, M. Bippes, R. Bowen, L. Mack. zz 130 ,-fn First Row: K. Urenko, B. Geisel, A. Richards, E, Burger, J. Hixenheiser. Second Row: S. Mitchell, E. Musser. M. Murphy, P. Steffa. C. Pallac, R. Poet, J. Mundell, L. Wilson. A" l4 131 domino players A1-' ,ii A!-- The Domino Players' production of Ballad of the Sad Caf6 student education assoc. B Gelsel M. Van Driel, vice-presidentg D. Chuze secretary B. Orr, presidentg S. Treadwell, treasurer 133 -.--fx Jr .. -. . . ,.f....,..i1-.., A .- :',',1..-,La:5'L' v-ew 1' wi- -4 12- 4-. N ' ' ' ..vugg,geT:3'-T ' ', ,.,11"f .A - , A .4-pew ,f-1' Em'-4 , 4'i"Q97f"tl5.':1'E141-DB --LT '- 44.112-5:.23QfL-1".'2 'I-gm ww L, 1 fr' --if' ' Tr". -fit: --2.-rf: ' " . . . "eff - U-::.e.'. 1 -I ' First Row: P. Laughlin, A. Rohrbacher, V. Hoag. Second Row: S. Spenser, D Baer, C. Hale. Third Row: P. Stucy, R. Bourgeois, B. Beers, S. Young, I Schuld, M. Pfister. Fourth Row: M. Stauffer K. Gaul Ome ECONOMICS organization 134 A :vie a a eta . Laikin, M. Mustokoif. 'Wy phi lph th First Row: L. Mack, J. Potter, T. Cockley, W. Cero, R. Fauth, C. Erway. Second Row: R. Davis, J. Zweitzig, A. Greenwall, C. Garthoff, A. Baird. Third Row: R. Bardo, D. Minnich, R. Schempp, W. Wyatt. F., , D -I r .a Q9 41. 4, SYLVM CHAPEL Kf- -.- R! Qu 135 'C First Row: D. Emerick, R. Hironimus, R. Cunningham, C. Sansonetti, A. Oyler. R. Bowen, Second Row: L. Briese, D. Edinger, J. Johns, C. Rothermel, K. Mead. Third Row: F. Ullrich, K. Schubel, C. Coon, R. Ditlow Cband managerl, P. Gansel, G. Tartaglio. Fourth Row: C. Horn R. Romig, F. Brossman, J. Richards. Fifth Row: R. Oberholtzer, R. Clark, R. Fauth, R. Bardo. First Row: B. Irons, L. Cooper, G. Hart, V. Huff, B. Rhinehart, J. Potter, H. Renner, A. Pro- vost, J. Cook, B. J. Strock, C. Knisely, B. Geisel, R. Caccese. Second Row: R. Huber, L. Scheirer C. Garthoff, D. Hardy, B. Drews, A. Plaskonos, R. Anstine, E. Miller, J. Aughenbaugh, C Potteiger, C. Erway, L. Brown, H. Bohn, R. Schempp. Third Row: T. Meister, R. Bardo, R Fauth, M. Seely, R. Newpher, J. Mock, W. Beaumont, V. Colapietro, J. Messner, M. Hunt. 136 F1rs!R0w E DeC1mp L Hawkms C Glannotta P Laughlm Second Row J McCalJ1on C Werner D Brooks A -ww K 0 6 twlrlers fi!! 1 -, aw l 1 cz:-13.- G Decker C Stallmgs L Fox J Wolfe I Carpenter J Guensch . .' . c , . I , . I' , . I . 'l ' x - 1 . . Y 0 . A, X 5 , . I EJ A f 'S A ' Y X- V ,! 1 1 r T 2 ' r X L ' ' 1,263 . .. -- ' .a - n - ' 153323 , " I ,if 1, - ' -4:L:f:4..f:: - -' . . Q A, ,. . 1.115-1 .- r ,f - ----S-NN.-, I s l Y !r Y A - rr , e ma Qretteg f 'FA ' ' 4 ff 'K ,l,A . , ,.l' :X . P , , '.f,,f,f- 7 ., -5 A 'i,.:i'Tr ,V .'J' f ,e 'S' , D . ,r W I , 5 V n x. j -'V . X' I ' x 1, ,.l' . y - Q 1 ' 1 - n - s - 137 cheer leaders F zrst Row: J. Mltchko, K. Masonhelmer, S. Goetz. Second Row: F. Haines, M. Bippes, L. Hefferan, W. Cero, N. Tarantino. Third Row: M. Moyer, J. Miller, M. Rivers, S. Bauer, B. Fulk, J. Mock, N Elmendorf, Lion-C. Potteiger. C Gaul K Kurtz B Bncker Mrs Ramsay advlser S Young J Duttmger K Masonhermer 138 color guar I L. Janney, J. Wing, K. Fitzgee, L. Thomas, L.Danie1s, S. Moyer '?f"f4'3- . CQ. Q' Y o 3-nj uf'-.ifi .ax " if '- . Y Y- bv I .. ' lv r s Ll. First Row: B. Stein, I. Zwerin, R. Corn. Second Row: P. Balbresky, R. Diamond, R. Schwartz, R. Kring. 139 OIIES cl b Q? W. Shay, I. Schuld, D. Fair, R. DiRuggiero, C. Miller, D. Scofield, R. Ogan, R. Northington, E. Solow, R. Kaplan, R. Corn, B. Gamble, N. Braslow, A. Finkelstein, C. German, E. Doroshow, T. Schneider, T. Cockley, J. Messner, B. Seaman, M. Creager. 140 First Row: R. Ochs, R. Baker, G. Rightmire. Second Row: A. Adkins, J. Gregory, Dr. Smith, B. Garabed, Dr. Gilbert, L. Hefferan, A. Kuntz, K. Kenney, S. Rich, K. Wilk, Dr. Green, E. Miller, D. Shermeyer, C. Heckman, Dr. Green. fn! psychology c u 44.1-4 - 4'-vrex Left to riglzl: R. Leiby, J. Eckert, Dr. Rapp, A. Plaskonos, D. Lykens, F. L. Small, A. Oyler, M. Alb 141 Holt, right. chemical society american , .,- I 1 Ziff Xk baseball 'ual X. wo B FIRST ROW: Ted Agurkis, Bill Cooper, Barry Rapp, Tom Davis, Herb Nauss, Don Seibert, Wayne Rogers, Tom Bowersox, Bob Petrucelli. SECOND ROW: Nick Smith, Don Irvin, Terry Rhodes, Tom Gargiulo, Joe Kacanda, Tom Bakum, Terry Jones, Tom Sweeney, Dennis Zimmerman, Rich Fettis. THIRD ROW: Joe Now and Dale Vandersall fassistant coachesb, Jim Swartz, Larry Bosworth, Frank Klassen, Craig Swinn, Mike Grant, Rich Golber, Mark Brown, Gary Stevenson, Pat Holderbaum, Lee Simon, Jim Strohl, Glenn Hare, Al Murray, Paul Litwinetz, Bill Popp fassistant coachj and John Potsklan Chead coachb. FOURTH ROW: Bob Burket Cmanagerl John Kuhn, Gary LeVan, John MaCahill, Mike Byrnes, Fred Michiel- sen, Walt Scheese, Steve Lobb, Rich Orwig, Walt Sabornie, Rich Puls, Dennis Iezzi, Tom Bowman fmanagerj and Bill Helm ftrainerl. football John Potsk1an's Lions had at least as many freshmen on the squad as upperclassmen this year. With such a young team Coach Potsklan could hardly have ex- pected at the beginning of the season to win the Middle Atlantic Conference championship, but this years' rookies adjusted easily to college competition and filled key positions on both offense and defense. The offense had seven freshmen in starting positions, including three in the backfield. Despite this, the offense consistantly moved well and scored. Dennis Zimmerman, who had led the Lions in rushing for two consecutive seasons, won that distinction again this year. In addition, he set a new Albright record for rushing, gaining more than 1000 yards in nine games. To balance their running game, the Lions developed an effective aerial attack. Freshman Al Murray led the team in pass receptions, catching 22 Jim Strohl passes, for a total of 285 yards. This blend of a good rumting game and a fine passing attack proved to be a winning combination for the Lions. Albright's defensive squad was certainly among the best in northern division competition this season. With only one freshman starting on defense, experience was the primary ingredient that allowed only one touch- down all season in league competition, that helped in- tercept 18 of the opponents' passes, and that repeatedly gave the ball to the offense in good tield position. The coaching staff is unhappy to see even four men iHerb Nauss, Wayne Rogers, Don Seibert and Tom Bowersoxj graduate from this team. Each one of them has been a reliable performer in the past four years. The coaches are hopeful, however, that the retuming ballplayers will form the nucleus of a strong team next season. '- I ii'-. -2' .. . -,. '11 , QU- ,xi 3 'EL ' if, gftfgif' -51? all F K 1 M Q ' In' , Q' E3 is P-if L . " f-J ' ','Ee':A"fc-s-- A ff-ft:-5, -nr - 'ell N u .gsm f- bmi, Q l w l l FOOTBALL SCORES Albright Opponent 9 Lycoming 0 l 4 Juniata 7 7 Springfield 30 21 Gettysburg 20 10 Delaware Valley 6 28 Drexel 0 1 2 Moravian 9 7 Lebanon Valley 6 28 Upsala 0 145 L . I VN ,jv,,r: -1-n.1,.,,7,'-I, ff.: " .:4.'-QW. ..., I. .1"J,3'. "ZF-4'-4 , ,,,, ' "4 .adm-1-' AQ. . M, . Y., Fpdv 5-,QQ Coach Mack, Paul Buechle, Scott Sheidy, Mark Schaefer, Alan Adelman, Carl Kuhl, Doug Schwarzwaelder, Paul Schlippert, Arnie Laiken, Bob Dingle, Bob Fallan, Mike Blatt Cross Country, one of the most grueling sports, holds the dubious distinction of probably being one of the least publicized. Running a course varying from three to five miles over rough roads up hills and through muddy fields, this year's team, led by sophomores Bob Fallan, Bob Dingle, Alan Adelman and Mike Blatt and by freshman Paul Schlippert, compiled five victories in fifteen meets. With all but one of the team's members returning next season, the Cross Country squad should have the nucleus of an effective club. 147 ' H.-,I s N-. L: 7 -V -4 fi' J, 1 '4 r. ' ' fill' ,g l J'-.,, basketball The 1968-69 basketball season began with high hopes for a good year, but these hopes soon fell. Of the first eight games, the Lions managed to win only two-the first against Elizabethtown 86-75 in overtime, and the second against Delaware Valley 71-70. The Lions whipped their next three opponents, and the future looked brighter. But the Lions plunged into a six game losing streak, the hardest loss coming at the hands of Lebanon Valley. It was here that the Lions, holding a one point lead with less than ten seconds showing on the clock, were crushed by a desperation shot from about thirty feet out. Then Albright broke its losing streak, winning three out of the next four games, but inconsistancy plagued the team all season. l .lt , r First Row: Bob Burket Chead managerj, Joe Bucci, Ron Lloyd, Jim Stocker, George Ritter, Bob Commerford, Frank Grieder, Jim Kuhn, Steve Loesch. Second Row: Paul Geaneas, coach Will Renken, Ed Schwabenland, Rich Peterson, John Scholl, Wayman Clark, Ira Goodelman, Jim Kelley, Mick Holland, John Zarubnickey, Glenn Gerber, asst. coach, Carl Boltz CJ.V. coachj. 149 First Row: Bill Baker, Tom Benenati Paul Docktor Andy Levm Craig Duffy Mark Porter. Second Row: Paul Geaneas Bob Burket lhead managerj Jim Kuhn, Ed Schwabenland, Dave Hadley Frank Heins Frank Grieder Joe Bucci, Ron Radtke, Glenn Gerber Casst coachj Steve Loesch and coach C'1rl . -l 4 Albright's J.V. squad showed the fans a lot of zip this season. It took awhile for the team to get used to playing together, but once they did the young Lions were really hard to beat. After winning only one of their first six games, the Lions bounded back to win ten of their next eleven. Led by Tom Benenati, the team's top scorer, and by .Tay Grieder and Bob Commerford, the team's two top rebounders, the young Lions put on a fine display of ball handling. This and a lot of hustling by two local boys, Jim Kuhn and Dennis Iezzi, and by the whole team made their season unusually exciting. 150 Y TU 5" 'X ".,,,,'5.....-.1-ffff' i A ,, hftsx :16 Fix, '-L. , 4422.7 " ', V' V, , N - . w xf ., v--it ,I -I , ,rr x L, .-,. rf - . "'-If 'S -S - Q 5, 3 E -4-v.-,. Goddard L. lr s basketball Ron One K Blttner S Bowman J Bxllmgsley L Drlesbach S Bashore I Mcllvame C Rothermel Ron T no Mrs Whltely K Losch C Schmaltz L Trzaska S Peck M Evans P Snyder D Shupp F Texter C Fahy E 153 0 I I .-"' ,K . . 'I Y ua I . k..,.L- h , Y A I, 1 .C w S - f' xr . I vi' .- ' - "z:". . . N ,kzgw - A, . ., 4 .--- ' Y 4 .A . ,.-,fun - Sr . ' Y ' .w' x 5 M , , -.. Y, e 1 , 'f "Q - v . . V .A 7 f . , . , . , . , - 1 ' V , . . 7 ' .' . , D Q - 1 ' br , . , . , . , . , . , . , . W Fzrst Row Coach Popp Bob Dingle Dave Boyles Mike Eckenroth Tom Davis John Forlml Tom Lugg Second Row Jim Kelly Mike Blatt Paul Lehatto Jim Schwartz Alan Adelman M1ltBend1tt Mark Hickman Claude Mignon Bob Fallan Thud Row B11lK1ssner Craig Swinn Scott Shcidy Mark Manara Ken Whitlock Nick Smith Ernie Mancini r Paul Buechle B111 Wolfe and field This year's track team looked to the irosh to till key positions vacated by graduating seniors. Last year, the team posted an 8-3 record, losing only to F8cM, ... Q' .I 1 Swarthmore, and Ursinus, who placed in the top 5 in the MAC. Albright placed 6th. The 440 relay team was the Lion's pride. Jim Schwartz, Ernie Mancini, Paul Lehatto, and Tom Davis took a 2nd in the MAC's and a 3rd in the Penn Relays. Mike Eckenroth, a versatile senior, ran as Sth man on the 440 relay team in addition to his own event, the 440 intermediate hurdles. Paul Buechle could always be counted on for a win, too. He ran the mile and the 880, placed 2nd in the MAC and broke the schoo1's record for the 880 with a time of l.56.4. Losing as many seniors as they did last year, the team really had their work cut out for them. 154 " SPM .. ',.. . 2. it., ,. .. , ,-5. ,V -2. -'Eli , '-"7 lug on First Row: Len Ennis, Larry Wildermuth, Fred Weaver, John Ericson, Hank Gedney, Brian Sowers. Second Row: Bob Kessler, Bill Sharp, Dave Much, Dave Fielder, Carl Kuhl, Paul Kauffman, Jerry Zweitzig, coach Now. "Teamwork" was the byword for this year's club as it tried to put Albright back in the winner's column. Winner of the MAC championship in 1966 and 1967, the 1968 ballteam was only 6-6 in the conference and 6-8 overall. Their record last year did not really do the team justice. The team had potential, but just didn't seem to be able to jell. Still, there were a number of outstanding performances. Dennis Zimmerman made the lst team all-conference club at third base and was elected MVP in the conference. Steve George, the Lion's top hitter and leader in rbi's, made the 2nd team all-conference squad. And although Roger Gallo received no conference honors, he helped keep the team moving with his consistant performance. Teamwork is certainly a difficult thing to achieve in any team sport, but the Lions, losing only one senior from the 1968 club, really worked hard this year to achieve just that. XX Dil First Row: Don Mans, Garth Shellhammer, Alex Meldrum, John Scholl, Woody Ranck, Torn Gargiulio, Karl Fetterman, Dave Padora, Dennis Zimmerman. Second Row: Joe Rouse, Terry Rhodes, John Stasi, Don Moyer, Roger Gallo, Barry Fuerstman, Mark Fulton, Steve George, Charlie Della Vecchia, Dick David, coach Potsklan. 156 1, f 1.1 -Y ua III! WSL! i4 1 Li 5Lxr 4' IF MR If TD. 4 IJ' 7 -.--.--a-. 5, .M as yawn.-+-L,--"-" -4-: uf..u.1.,- Q- na., "" 'H baseball 157 1 1 ,' ' 1' 3wf4Kw 1 4 5' ffm Ti' f. ' - : X - .- , W , H A "' X W. W. " , V." ' - " ' -.,,-WN I IZ- .I I -,I TAPI I '-, K , I III- , ,II Q . xg, .14 - Tw R ,- f'lM 24 . W f1J'3, - .7 A ' . -' - , - - jrrv ,A ff .,II,I5,5j , , X ,I j' -fi I ' , I, IIqI Y..IIII f, ' Ibgl , I -I II, if IIIIA U-LL? iI 1- I-I.I,II IH N -I - f -- Jr. I I I- -, yu- ? TWH," ' ' ,. W , 'Ink Q 25- x A -Y -. whiff.-,. 3. .. :fir " '- 'L ' '. . 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