Edinboro University - Conneautteean Yearbook (Edinboro, PA)

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QZMJWM JA J! S , ' Q T 4 THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESEN-T33 THE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE EDINBORO, PENNSYLVANIA NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTYTOUR Yds Lia? IDITOI Il CHIEF -v ART KDITOI 'V PHUTOCRAPHY EDITGI 'V BUSINESS NANAQR " ADVERTISING MANAGER SPORTS EDITOR CLASS EDITOR Acrrvarrzs EDITOR N FACULTY ADVASLR 0 NAT 7ACOB50N GUS DIVIS P56 HIIH FRICE-LESS ANN1E ROONIY STINKV FII LLKR SLUO IVFCRUKY GINNV STCVENSON FRANK L. LA BOUNTY II 144 ' ,, H H ff! , FL fs: in Eg-3 'rue sm-ae: om cAr-nous YESTERDAY, -rooAv AND Tomonnow, au-r cAMPus ure. us roaavu-:R CHANGING --- vas, Tv-ma suns Ana ou: BUT THE TWIGS upon THEM New. .... . Q IN MEMORIAM ,115 C.J. CHRISTENSEN A.B., AM., PH.D. "AS A SOCIOLOGl5T,I CONGRADULATE THE INCOT1- ING FRESHHEN ON ENTERING FOUR YEARS OF THE HAP- PIEST SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP THAT THEY SHALL EVER FIND IN THEIR LIVES." SO sPoKE DR. CHRISTENSEN THE LAST TlI"IE THAT HE HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE WHOLE STUDENT BODY IN ASSEMBLY, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II, WHEN DR VAN HOUTEN INTRODUCED THE FACULTY TO THE FRESHFIEN AND NURSES. I"IAY THAT FEELING OF SOCIAL RELA- TIONSHIP, COHRADSHIP WITH EACH OTHER AS MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF VIANKIND, BE LEFT WITH BOTH OLD AND NEW ALIKE A5 A PARTING GIFT FROM THE I"IAN WHO IN LIFE HA5 GIVEN U5 SO MUCH. WE REVIEFIBER HIFI NOT ONLYASA TEACHER BUT A5 AN ADVISOR ANDA FRIEND T0 ALL, REGARDLE53 I OF SOCIAL OR SCHOLASTIC STANDING. WHEN ONEOF THE STUDENTS ASKED DR. CHRISTENSEN HOW HE COULD LIKE ALL PEOPLE AS HE om, HE ANSWERED, "I LIKE PEOPLE NOT FOR WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN OR ARE, BUT FOR wI-IAT THEY CAN ec OR aEcorIE. ALTHOUGH DR. Cl-IRISTENSEN WAS ONE OF THE BUSIEOT I"IEN ON THE CAMPUS, HE WAS NEVER TOD BUSY TO HELP SONEONE. WE HAVE ALI.. KNOWN HIFI ASA GOOD LISTENER AS WELL AS A GOOD TALKER, UNSTINTING WITH HIS TII"IE AND ENERGIES. PERHAPS IT NIJAS THIS LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING or HANIIINI: THAT mos HIFI A FINE TEACHER AS WELL AS A SYIVIPATI-IETIc ADVISOR AND FRIEND. I-IE TAucI-IT ERoI'I I-IIs HEART A5 WELL AS FROFI Hus BOOK. NANY OF THE STUDENTS HAVE OFTEN EXPRESSED REGRIET THAT THEY NEVER HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A CLASS WITH DR.CI-IRISTENSLN. "YOU GET MORE THEN .Iusr THE SUBJECT FROFI HIFI, THEY SAID. ws HAY LITTLE use NOR LONG REHEI-'IBER THE PAGES AND PAGES OF TEXT Boon VIATERIALTHAT HAVE BEEN PRESENTED IN SOCIOLOGY COURSES, BUT WE WILL NEVER FORGET THE SIVIPLE FACTS BROUGHT HOME TO US AS HE DENONSTRATED POINT AFTER POINT WITH HONEY EXAMPLES OR WITH EXPERIENCES FROVI HIS OWN LIFE. HE LEDAEULL LIFE,AND HE IINEI4 HOW TO I-IAHE HIS EXPERIENCES VALUABLE TO oTI-IER:-3. Abovr: ALL, I-IIs uNIvERsALITYoE THOUGHIQ HIS PHILOSOPHY, HIS TOLERANCE AND PATIENCE BASED UPON THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD AND UPON THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE FOIBLE5 OF' VIANKIND LEFT ALL OF US WHO HAD THE PRIVILEDGE OF SITTING IN HIS INFORYIAL cLAssRoom A LITTLE DROADER, A LITTLE YIORE ABLE TO TAKE ouR PLACE IN SOCIETY. -17 YPQXLXS ZSQQW k N vxox-x,Rxcx-was gwydkfivcwmnx Jovmsovx, .mom JR Qpxzvim x,4LLLxnvI Kosmuovscmohgg 99.2006 JAMES LLNBIURQWALTER WRT ul DMD MAHONEY, WILLIAM BLPLSDETT' JOHN MECLENIATHANQQCK BONN Rbgigq' M COX RONALD BRQvJN,vJp.YNE MCINTOSH, NERRITT CRPWFR1-5dN,ED. PLQQEROY WILLIAM CULREZTSON LEON R ERS, ROLAND CULr?gAcH VLRNON 3c:a?L7JFfl1igN KEN'Nf"' DQR TT E TUREST OSSERHERW DQUCQE .MM SCHL ,DICK 5 WILL ESTER 3MALL,DAv1o H STILWELL, FRANK EARL c. DOV I EISAPUQJU5 FITCH, ILL, AM STUBBE, FRAZIER. WARMEN SUNDEAN, CI-ARKE GVORDANQSARD SUSI, ANGELO GRIFFIN, H0 TAYLOR, HAZEL Gumv, PAUL THOMAS, CLINTON HILLS' GEQRGE VHLLIAM5' RICHARD HI LLS, GERALD WL-50N, SARQQI HIXRE, GRAN X-KM 5 RLY Rao GLIMPSES or SOME GF THE.'OLD GANG"IN UNIFORM 'lilac' B., 11'LQggZgZ-'fggwfgvilffifiiffffil f .1 . I , , E ff- . . ' , ff? ' ,fl "'L Tv- ' V .. if L: 1 f-H , -V ' .x X. 724 "fi J A ' 2 if ,,L,.,, ,, W, ew-if ,ax f , . -sy' z' K, . ,. 'r - :Q- 'i ' if , ,e -, gr, f- 3' Til A W N, ,, if f n Tk" ' ,CA .7 V- bmah Wzj' 'V-uw 747042 ifili ...fn 61.00 091 K a 5 " H I s 2 ffl, ,, fl wszfzu , . may if I-, A w.. "cf""J'?44'fL ,WU fill K Ate!! G 4.4 W I wx W hfa2'f'2"7 ,eea-.-fe, L.H. VAN HCUTEN A.s., AM.,PH.D. PRESIDENT or THE cours: DR. VAN HDUTEN I5 STILL LEADING THE I-'LOC-K. I-IB RECLINIS BEHIND A MAHOGONY DESK AND PRESSES A BUTTON HERE CR A LEVER THERE, AND PRESTO CHANGED -- IT IS DONE! AH, DOESNT I-IE WISH IT WERE ALL SO SIMPLE AS THAT. AS A MATTER DF FAC-'II DR.VAN I-IOUTEN HAS LITTLE OF THE FUN IN THIS SCHOOL TEACHERS' BUSINESS AND ALL THE. WORRIES. HE IS NEVER IN ON MR. BATE'S FEEDS. HE DQESN'T GETTO HEAR DR OFFNER'S WRY JOKES on 6000 NATURED "RI6BING". HE CAN'T CHUCKLE OVER THE BONER5 ON EXAMINATION PAPERS. BUISUCH IS THE LIFE OF ANY COLLEGE PRBSIDENT. MISS JANET KELLEY HAS ONE OF THE HARDEST JOBS ON CAMPUS AND N0 ONE WILL DENY I1C BUT WITH HLR I.ovsI.Y .sMu.e, wn.I.INGNsS5 TO HELP AND AN ABUNoANce OFIDEAS. sl-II-: News new coueea socnm. ure come. ONE or I-Ina ca-ner wonmzs as 'ro :scan THINGS RUNNING SNOOTHLK WITH HER PLUCKY IRISH SPIRIT SHE wu.I. BRAVE Most ANY s'roRM, BUT WHEN SHE MEETS UP WITH AN OCCBSSIONM- LITTLE Mouse.-H SI-Ia "TAKES OFF" IN THE OP- POSITE DIRECTION. JANET A. KELLEY-A.B..A.M. DEAN OF WOMEN, FRENCH I H.L. OFFNER-AB.,A.M.,PH.D.-DEAN OF INSTRUCTION CHARLES W. ELLENBERGER 'B.S.,A,M. " ELEMENTARY EDUCATION C. FRANCIS INHITNEY'-8.S.,A.M.'ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION OF STUDENT TEACHING. NLTTIE- MAE RUTTL-E -' A.B,A.M.- PHYSICAL EDUCATION B. REGIS HARRlSON'PHV5lCAL EDUCATION JUSTINA J. BARON'A.B., A.Yl." ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN xmvznne. zAuNuzER- Pu. a., A.m.-Encuen .mee s. LUDGATE- Aa., an-swnncn mo euauan Royce R. MALLORY- An., En. M.-e.NsusH mmnnsn M. FORNESS -Ah, A.M.- Luamnum um mm- f FRANK S. HEI NAMAN -A.B.,M.S." MATHEMKT ICS AND EDUCATION HAZEL MAE KETCHAl'l'PH.B., M.S.- GEOGRAPHY JOHN C. JOHNSON' ILE., M.S.,PH.D."BlOLOGlCAL SCIENCE. HAY VIC NCES -5.3, l"l.S.- PHYSICAL. SCIENCE 'DOROTHY SKINNER - BS., A.Nl.- ART AIVIE. H. DOUCETTE. " 5.8, ED.l"I.- ART NVALDOE BATES' ART ALFRED J. HALLER-AB-, AM.-ART ESTHER NV. CAMPBELL - DS-, A.M.- MUSIC :mmm L. LABOUNTY- An, Am.- socm. s-moles 'w ,M x 4' X .ffl fill gp Z V X? W fmvw W -- GM 1 xi ,' X xi 4 .am oifflvo AVOIL4 Tide. canada' " DOC GHERING AND MISS OBE.R"' ALWAYS ON 'THE JOB-W THERE ARE. STILL- THROATS 'TO BE PAINTED AND PILLS TO BEGIVE-N 'KLY our- - NUT Qu:-rs. so MANY APPENDECTOMIES -' NNE HAD THEM AU. REMOVED' LAST' YEAR , ,,,.-v I Mas. :Amee AND HER osncs. HELP- vu.es AND pu..es or Accouwvs, euoeers Am: neouusn-rsou sums- ALL TREE. KEEP Mus. sAu.s.a AND HER STAFF' BUSY. LlbRARlANS-- ASK FOR IT AND 1'HEv'l.l.. FIND rr---rHKl' ls,lF YOUR LIBRARY SCIENE COURSE- ruxs rAu.e:o vou zz 1- I. My we .- ay secnzmmes--Tvrms. sn-nom-amen, mcnrrnon- No, Now' Au. --- Auso A GREAT DEAL or NPLDMAU. AFIER ALL ISNT THAT WHATGOOD secmsmkaes ARE Pon? Wm .4 DIETICIAN, ALETA LOGAN-B.S.3 WAITERSQ KITCHEN CREW. QUITE A PERSONALITY HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE OLD E.S.TC. CAMDUS IN OUR NEW DIETICIAN, MISS LOGAN. SHE NOT ONLY SERVES US THOSE GREEN PLATE SPECIALS CHOCK FULL OF VITAMINS AND SUCH, BUT EVEN ACCOMPANIES IT WITH MUSIC. WE ALL AGREE THAT HER PIANO PLAYING, FIRE AND VIVACIOUS' SEEDS gEIOULD MERIT HER RED HAIR. NO OFFENSE, MISS LOGAN, WE LIKE IT N . WAITERS-THEY NEVER STAGGER, THEY NEVER FALL, THEY SPECIALIZE IN SERVICE FOR ALI.. DISH WASHERS' UNION - UNIFORM: WHITE APRON, DROOPY HAIRI MOTTO2 IF YOU MUST BREAK DISHES, BREAK DIRTY ONES! ARMY WAITER5 coons -- wu-wr wouua we no wl1'Hou1'1'HzM!!?? HERE. COPIES THE MAIL ll! PIARIE.. , HR. KNQIJLTON--HAS CHASE DID I GBT A LETTER? DID I? DID I ? OFTHZ STWEHOIBE.-ISBUSIER WHO'S THE PACKAGE FOR? on BOY. EKT5!! THAN MOIT PEORLTHINK jf' -fx . ' V ' ' I M47 Jvrj Y' POP-- FRIEND TD ALL, BUT HE STILL SEQ THN'WE'RE IN UNTWYIE WERYNIGITI MRS. PE.T'TIT-- KEEPS HAVEN HALL. SPIC AND SPAN MRS. CAMFBELL-- WE DON'T HEAR MUCH FROM THE LAUNDRY CREW " BUT WE GIVE THEN! PLENTY OF WASHING TO DD. MEN ABOUT CAMPU5"- 'ru-c:.v KEEP -me 1:-owen. House. GOINGj sae mm- ooos AND euos An: Fuxzu. -ru-nav mow -me x.AwNs Ano RAKE. Tu-ua LEAVES AND SHOVEL SNONIV'-AND OH YE, CHARLIE RINGS THE BELL. . my if -5, .Q - ,. 3 . 3-42:-, ', h f- ' . . . -1- Miva, jg.- ,,,,3.:',-. W ,- -, , W K ,, ' 'V X Lf .. T- , ..- , vm... ug- .1 pn' ., , sm- w f-. W . xr- .. ma-. - 1 .gf V -' '. 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JUNE SCHLINDWEIN-mss n -vouosaso on "vo TEACH on coox"- Now Mas. s - ALWAYS IN THE noon. - susrnucron roo senxucms ARLENE ERNST-1'uA'r snoom voice cmwno Au. or us -cuwmas-Ano even CULBERTSOIVS HORSES --' ADDS TO THE GLENN -PEIFFLR CQMBINATION las bg? ELEANOR GLENN ---- eomsoacrs vs9.omm ommcu - A onou. ands: OF nunoa mn Anwnvs READY-WILLINO -Am.: SUZANNE SACK ---on - suzv Ano an mucus oawcu: wma eaonee: ---- IUCFNIOUS PARTY PLANNER "' " "' Cl-EVER SENIORS SALLY WILSON - ennounzo mro fue WAVES " STRICT!-Y ON THE BALNY SIDE' TOOK TROUBLE IN HER STRIDE "' A PAL TO ALI.. KATHARINE' HIPPLE-sunt rr AND You :An wwe 11' - Punvenmckzl. - Fksncu- TRIPS 'ro :RIB - FUN -- TINY auf TNT XM Xs ly Ns : .f U px 4 Sl ,. 4 5 K -5 L I 1 i ag JANE MORRISON --- "THB" SPRICH s-ruoeu-r -ounecron - Acvness -Paooucen sonssvaess -BROADWAY TAKE NOTE rv? ,M .- .., . n 135 . HAZEL TAYLOR -eomaoaas Lxresv GIFT T0 THE WAVES " DEEM5' NlE'CE P- ZACHARY'S camoonusrrrsa-z - we-no as SHE ?? ONE SWELL GAL SENICJRS JACK AITON - snoon-1 RU6-CU1"'l'ER- noussnsucm. ww -mmm om.-r vnu: -ro room -Ano ooes -srsvuc' un: ur - Annu- 1-oo NORMA SCHEIDEMANTEL- "Pn.e.Ase wma Ms UP " vas. eo as CALLING -- snow Ano :Av some - on -- so--- MUCH FUN .671- , -:Lid SEN IORS JEANNE SAUNIER -- un' emu ron HAVEN - - TALKS - -- WHEN sl-IE can sfmrzo - sruonous r Yes ELEANOR TUBBS - svowrs A om- Mono-oN: moe.: T0 THE UST - Acrnve an vw -A mouao -ronncwron suv Au. IN FUN PAT WILKINS ---- " Luvsu: 'ro Lam AT" ---- NlCS T0 KNOW --QUIET 7-.- NOT ALWAYS 1 . I n 'f .'.'-'Q' Q .F 211:-L a Q. in -'J ,.. -uh .,. . - .-. MARGARET CREACRAFT ensur- .ALL AND HOCKEY 'NNAA SU9RlME""' STILL GOING STRONG AFTER STUDENT TEACHING SENIORS LUELLA LEWIS --- sunsume an Haven- DEPEIDABLI -YW. AND W.A.A. EN1'llU3lA8T-- svuourr rncmno couu.on'v oown urn. BERTHA BENSINKH cones :nom on cAMPus T0 www A wncxto nocm-:Y svscn -- Few wonos --- nucn wrr SENIOFQS MYRTLE JOHNSON -HAPPY scnrw- lau. -A oasnev -'suezvvn 'ccvf m :masts - cos-runza ron To-ue -'z -' PLAYIRS LOIS BAILEY wzen-:nos AT nom-: FOR A 6000 REASON -ON THE DOT FOR YW AND HOCKEY '-ALWAYS SINGING EVELYN MOULD- an TH: beam AND our AGAIN - Gooo womssa -- CALM em-enaoa. - SELF surmcnsm' Q U1 - 5 in..- lx. wa SEN IOQ5 ELCISE LONG --' Len' HER ALM MA'rl.'.R Ano 'ma ALPHA nears Fon A TRIP DOWN THE. AISLE --- sts-r wus:-aes -ro 'swear ELOISEI' AND .DEXVEVA BETTY MOULD-wmoanea or .sacono noon. -TORNENTOR mo 1'onnen1eo--- ASKS QUESTIONS OF EVERYONE -' BUT HOW ELSE WOULD ONE FIND OUT DOROTHY WATSON-seen our Nov HEARD 'WILL ' NOT MUCH - ALWAYS WILL' ING TO HELP W QQ f ' la x ' L an W -is SENICDRS WILBUR ROSE -ARTIST STRAIGHT :mom cnrenwncu vn..L.Aoe -wma Aafnsvuc nes- oiumce PALETTE AND FANcv anus:-u .srnoxss i X X PHYLLIS MORRISONH- cmamez FUN MAKER" ARMY-NAVV MORALE BUILDER -"' - FINALLY SETTLED DONVN TD STU DENT TEACH JOANNE WI-IITEHILL-vnenzsone -nv BUDDY' 'THE GIRL WITH THE LAUGH -- -- EICITABLE PLUS Cai? C ,- n 1-iiii l SENIORS BETTY MOHNKERN-cA:.M -EVEN AT Tn: zsao noun wnau Mfcvmv sEcAMu: MOHNKERN SMOOTH DRESSER WITH A VOICE TO G0 WITH IT --' DEPENDABLE JANE PEIFFER - ans-s --swear - - - scaswv - sl-urs--ALL our Fon THE mwv Ano au.L - eN'ren1'Amen wurl-1 HBR LAUGH! 'SKITS -' STRANGE NOISES ELINOR SEBRING-smoom sovussrucau- Tron-Lou: Am- vencusn --no caucus T00 earn -wu..o senses on aucners QxgxXW N1 FxxXi'H:' lin' Q MA- X -" ww elk, 'M 4,9 SENIOR? GRACE WENSEL - A suzuv P R Nea vu-au-r so :Pimsleur a uozn-r TEACHING Paoveo 'ru-wr WT OF WEE? 5Efv1 DVS! HELEN SMITH-ALWAYS ou Heavens IN cuss: Ano on 'rn-as so wn-rn Han youuss-rea - Aoos A TONE on 'rwo TD 'rue cnom A N W X N! X-. f 0 fq' xf X 41 X f Q f wk Q x -x x , Wg 5 Q W M14 f I Z f W Q J4 X563 ik x 1 ' X f fm' MQ if J? Q Ami 935' Q07 A 7 Q 'iv M ff 1 X rgg f M L Kr f-f' - + , wk 'pxffiy M X x 'U f Q x X f - by 4 1' ' XX I X X .-"" 1 X Eiga' ' , J A -iw 'f' 5 Pg t X ' Xf SYBIL MlL.l.SPAW" usa. cnnu. ummm:- Anvuuu on THE uocnev ns.ua--- rxnenrr ueauwm Ano no su.Acns.s., VIRGINIA STEVENSON ""- 'Gmnv' - one susv GAL-H cmmgu: .suruon CLASS pnesmerrr -- vAl.uAeu:. aAsnz:rBAu. Ano Hocnav DLAVB1 MARTHA OBUNSKI- SILEN1' A'rm.:rt-: --- X OFF-CAMPIIS' GIFT Tuma ooR.M-- Furrm raE.wl'n-1- run 'ro Know 5? LUCILE MoRLEY"'CHRI5mPHER n-umurrran HER Au. SEMESTER-- wssa-c.nuu:,ns-.w. wrm AN Auewzp. :on evzwonz- esP:.cnAu:f noamsovu X-Nl M Wm if if 3 I 4 'JI' 3, 'f'f,7 1' MMZMW' YW' JEAN BA! LEY' " WINNIE " PONIESU WHAT wax-r vnu. sue enum:-ro cuss -so wave. --Sum-I Movmc Bur mrsww THINKING E'sE.TTE. VIDLLER-" we une. HER wrm 'nwr uMpnzouc'rAam.E. Moon- - CARRIES ON FOR CLINT "'-NA'fURAL ENTERTAKNER AND SVIIWI- IVIING INSTRUCTOR RUTH JONES-'- runsw' RATE svomsmz FRQM or:-cnmous--soon Hefsnran wma AFRHD- LY SMu.a JEANNE KETCHAM"""Now Sl-:els co-1-re.M, New SHE AuN"r!1 GABBY wm-I A HEART OF GOLD W3 4 ' if X X my JW .WZ ,mf Wg. 1- QN- X x km iz CAROL DAVIS - - - emcu-:wr-- CAPABLE- auaeuws peasonmm ! wma Asorr DEDALED Z -remvenu ARTISTIC cnzvoonesz F-ons-wana PEGGY HE.ll"l""some.oNa's uu Nu-1-rv BUN??? -- eamsv soap. wm+ 'rua com-Aanous Gaecu: -- Ar--ren A cone- wl-maps!! ELEANOR PRICE' " " wmsr Amsmou--ALWAYS on -me so mo NTD wmv- THms-- Rlcoeuuzno BY HER swmf-me WALK mo KRAPING Mocnssms 10, . ' - 1 ww , , LOl5 ANN ROONEYM- avaavoues bAm.mca -- "l.l'l"l1.E. ANmE. Roouav' wrn-1 'ru-se. 'twnNKLE IN HER EYE.---HUNT5 ADS NJDCDSTUMES 1 ai xx Efcf :Y in 9- Q . 1.. -- ' JOY KNARR - ummm-susan-nmurxwuw mo wr-W Nov- sua LIVE WITH ARIKY---KIS1' nermow 'me mmvv mo wxrcu Hep. Juno: ' JU? JOYCE RYDER-H MADE. ALPHA P51 OMEGA---A 'rwws'R:5uoN TO ANY URGANUZKTIUN---DABBLED WITH 'THE YEARFBOOK L.Ol5 STEVENS-- su'1' b 'Sl'EVlEh- Rec ROOM Vl6ITOR-- KIWWS WHAT THE SCORE I5- TEASE HER ANDWFTCH HER BLUSH ELAINE ALVIGREN ' -' "RncK"- uresnvan wm-4 Asvms. UNZ QF 'THE Si-DNB FLOOR "C-IQIYN-4E KIDS n Al-IAS THE. 'GOON 'PLATQQN " E 41 X Q O o 9 1 If-X on A! ly i O ff Y is xk in! ww X -"no - Ml X r A O f ' .f-x.f if FRESHFIAN COHPEITITGNI El. AI-L ATHLETIE -- - Wi!! PRIVINCI LESSONS mor-1 Brqocw- ANGTI-IER aus MARY ELEANOR 5I"IOCK"' craarnez sm' sn-nxu. mms 'mammar- TUOK TONY UNDER I-IE-R WING -'- HUT SAX PLAYER WITH AN IRISH BROGUE. VIARYBELLE FOVLER THE KID VJITH THE snow, amv GNT-AND SPEECH' - ERIE 1norrea-- nrncnen run wma Quesme I! CATH ERINE. l'IE.NDER50N--- Ermcnau-r Arm CAPABLE --- LEFT us Fon A wma .:oe-- Acqua:-zenn Ren-HEADEU som-4-:ERN Accem WHILE HERE. Q . , 4' -. ay- QB 1 ffmrlkil? "".e'lN Eiliiiit .fag ,, 2 I Wx 'x ,N ANNETTE. I-IENNESS' LOUISE HODNICK- UFICIENT w0R,KER--- TENOR TO GUS' Acro- GE'1'l'lNG Amuub IN CAMPUS LIFE NATALIE. JACOBSON -- Moon. 1':.r4Penr4sN'rAu. Axnsr -sur coon.s OFF INTHE. DIL' -EFFICIENT EDITOR AND SNJIVIIVIIINIC INSTRUCTOR '- "' wHKT ABu.rrY.' AN N lVE.5 - -'om.v RHUNIBA QUEEN WHO CLANW5 '70 BE. PART momn-' 1-ms uave Fon Bnowme :wo xAvn-an cue xr R05 EMARY VIC CRORY"' ANN's se:a.ov:.o aoorfuz. - -- Pom-, ALPHA oar.-ras m.Acuv Pnzsuosuw -Ano suvmm u-:anno or Au. n.EFRass-:Maur COMMITTEES 57x Il 5 1 2 3 A K ' JOYCE-LYN SHELDON- GO00 NKTURED ' '-' DBCIDSD TO 'mv will I-IRIS AS ont. OF 'rr-tt. WAGKY Axn51'5-- Muses soon TEJN PEGGIE. FORNOF-'N E-S.'T,C. cor.ae,s'PoNoeN'r1-o AU5'T'RALlA"" Amo GIVING 'rua AR-r counss. A'rRv--- n.u:e.sAv:.R ELENNIOR ROSE" SPROUUS BUSY SPRITE' ALPHA DELTYA - 'LVJ-"' MISSING ON WEEKEND5' 'Di MUFT' BESOYIE REASON Q fg x VIRGINIA lNGRAHAYl""'ALwAvS OuT FOR iw. AND wA-A.--- nuns uri: lN1E,REl-TING KT SPRDULS'-' CAMERA PIE-ND , - 1-ff ,l f. 5. ing -F7 ,Nw Q, ,M if ROSAUNE MlNEO-- HAS A FLARE PM GAMING, A :BAL Fon STUDVING, Ano us 11-IE. mAmSrAY ooo ' oo ron MANY oanmszsnovs o PAULINE IVIUDGE.-H 'run Hanome. ws-so MADE. ALPHA P-an OMEC1A --- CoMsEDlE.NE.- PAL- Gooo Au. Anouno ADDITION 'ro E.9IT.C. BEKIRICE HANNIV' Cl-IOQR - osnzmm- Houcev - s'ruusu1- - - wno enum BK? mon-.5 Lovax voice. DOROTHY KINGSLEY-H om: Mons: sooo sruoen-r Pao:-4 ou-- camvus --- suntan As A Pznnm- venues IN TNE."ME.Ll.E.'R- 'DRAFIERN WYWX o Q ' A !f7ltiia , W qw ALICE. MARCINOWSKI- ETH!! QUIET' BUT FLWAS was A sums. Fon :vam- ONE. -'LEFT EDINBORDTU was uv Home Economics EDlTH BATESD' or-ne. OF -me-. smvuwmsv-nznENoLEsT sms we KNOMl--- Acrrvu-rv B oos'rs1z--- Ano-n-can AR1-as-r HELEN HANSEN- - - EDITOR OF THE 6PEC'l'FTbR--' H96 AGIFI' Fan. wonns -- Dm- NSD A Dicns wswnvm MARCIA JOHNSON---'rmv Bur mc-rrw--- MAT!-I --- raAuMn-rmN--- wuNNaR--- HELPS T1-IE VIAILVIAN our ANN WENTZ"'e's0ll0S Lossr PHn.AoELPH1A's GAIN---LEFT us Krno- ggmsraas 'ro 5Ec0Me.Ml OKUPKTKON aw. 'mekovosr PHYLLIS MlRlGHT"'u.,ofrs on ms'rlA'rnvE Bu? 'room TIME ou? Pon .1oHNNv---L.Emsm.A1-orz.- Hou-as Amo councu. f"'lh 'BIG EYES "-- BASKET- LAB ASSISTANT'--' S-IOMIER SOPRAMO HELEN BOYTHEQ-" Msmavsnu. cr-:AMP wvrn-I A mmm Fon wurn-I --'CDMPETANT LIBRARIAN A 4 6, - I 4 V EVELYN GREENAWAEI- ana. Ano senate-- VIOLET KIMBERUN A Quest' RR mowmzoif. BUT wi-I0 WOULD GUESS rr -- A HEART' or GJD' SOPH. BASKEIBALLSMR MARIE KARDOSH "' 'THE Mun. Mus! co 11-:Rouen "- - 'rr-me so-5:1-wenw an -mf: .normson-H Ansar-4 o:l5A1'a-re.AM -- mee. sv-fm..a, mea mm Gil.. WITH AMBGTON DE-IJ! PHI DELTA DB-TRB PLANS FOR SOCIAL.. BFFAHIS MARY NTl'lC0"'rHe aus - --uma mm A HELEN MERRY-"oueaNuE of-me xrrc.n-csN"-- cmusp FN-ag .N-me WATER PAQENT--A 'l"lA1E-BIJT FRIJDTO avanvouz IN HAVEN r '-, fs af' ' . 1,5-n,"',.., - ' ',S:'1i34?,7':' ' f -.',4A.5.' ' L ,- W vt: Q , c . A- nf ELEANOR LANE"' ewes HER ALL -ro avenu- nma sun uuoexrmzs- nevenonsu. wma A swan-r SMILE ARLENE. WEBB" wmrzs Fon -me sPe.c'rA-ron Am "ANDY'-- Pmcn- Hrrrma MlAl'l'I.R ""' 'L MA AND cl-com IRL WITH THE GOLDEN 3085 PERTL-"na: IOICE --- Anon-mn R009 STUDENT WHO -NAIS FEM OFF-CIFPU5 NARTHA BART00"" SILENT our cz-rs urrro 11-in 1-mcg or-n-was N45 Auwua Mums nenwm 'h-lROUsH-- ONE. or Mns.cAMPaEus SFNOBUS nu CHOIR X is A W Q- S3 NARY ELLEN FOLLETT'-one Tnli 'Till I-ITU-B 591' WHO WJN15 IN P9099 T HER GOI-DI?" HAS A GIGGLEMIE LIKE. MARY ANN BOHRER-" oar-was mass mom FIRST Pn.ooa--- MICR-KS AND PLAYS WITH MARY ELLEN MILDRED M'LPUGHLlN- 9w!E'r- Looxma NEW- oonen 'm OuR venous - FREQUEN15 'THE UQNIY MD OMMMNG PN!- FlTCH"' ONE. WATER NYUAPH yqg-IO ggfq ..gANo'-E A HORSE. AND A PAINT BRUSH Q 4 .1 .ESC XX CAROL BROWN - - uonxs s-:Ano -:xr HER srumes mo esvecmw IN 'ma vooe.--- one on mAny's aus MARY ALICE. HARCOURTN' Msmasnsl-up nu 'rue FlR5T Fn.ooR GANG - Y.w. AND DRAMATIC. CLUB - - - PROGRESSIVE swlMME.R HARIAN WYCRACKEN- f Moveo or: cAnnus--- one swan coca wm-A 5 BEN5 ASSISTANCE -WED une 'ro sea moneoruaz FRANCIS EJUCHANAN"'s-ruov- s-ruUv-s'ruov- wa-n-4 Pun m- ae-vwr.nN-- La-rs f-:Ave Mona. uae Hen. A-r aomeono 4? N I NX xlf, ix? KORE FUNK---ns rw 3 FATHER IN THE.Rt!'1scRem1 SQUACK' ' ' ANUTHERVIOLIN CONCERT A LA FUNK--- - AR11STiC. DOODLER HELEN BARREI I "- of-an m.us Humor. vws un nouns cms cmzv mumm-- sua cucxs mmm Hmce----M smPeR-- wan' A1-AN-I comes Hman Ano , ,f ms1uexreo-- E-sands 'MDV' GIRL. E!"ll"IA LE.E. 5EABRO0K--- eovuusmcurrso mov- sm-cruz. aov--ws-nos ever. seau Han. Nor Acrme A mm-5 eu-r wa una nr, avem wrru 'ro-as sun- BURNED Nose. , 'AK 'NI ' A 'NN Q MARILYN PETERSON- 'PEN' wma -rua anrr or one -- 4-.Lso sans A-r HAVENQ oesn -- - FRESHMAN Guess.- -rn.o1'rs:.n. MARY ELLEN GABLE. "" no ne.s..ATeoN -ro CLARK Bu'r sn-neJs A STAR on cAMPus '--'ONE OF THOSE rn.s.su-uE..s WHO ARE ALWAYS. on -n-se. ao 'Www 3 MAr2lAN MALQNEV- ONE. OF THE DAIRYQR GANG -'- NSR? F5 APIN- BUT Ol-LTHOSE ROOM msvac-news NANCY DURG --- ANOTHER or -rue. sun TAN mos -- An-na-r Ano Pn.Ac-rucan ON 'n-ns. Me.n.oow.AMA se1's--- cn.s:ve.n. 0 W 0, QI U : Q V MQ 7 Fx 4- f- - 11: O, f' s fig K In 'gifw'-.. ,L' M 'Sauna ai"S,1iv1- DORA NOXEN- - - nuumva? vou ser- Bamous ? SOMETIM ES- AMBlTlOUS ? OF COUBE HARRY RAP'l5EY""' ANo"rHe.P. cor-1n-nu-raw. Faom Emma-M A PEPPY Rao HEAD Burr Jon.L.v AS THEY come. VERNIC-E GRAZIAPD' PnACrscAL Joke.:--wow. 9usHv"- A cueeav "neun, HAVEN I-mu." T0 PHONE. on GUEST' .HELEN PU5HCHAl'Y"' "PUEHY"- - HAS AN 1:-'.NvuAen.g AMOUNT OF GOOD HUPYDR "" ATEASE-BUT VIE. CAN TAKE- IT FRONT HER' Ano ENJOY rr Too! O CD C .L-5' 'ls i Ti 6 Oo EEE 0 K! 2 -5-:ii -:E Y -fptnz X 'Lf' rw wwf -4. IDABELLE GORDON- cmuuas on 'rl-nr. Tmo- morm. common Pav AND ENTHUSIASM--VEC anus Rl' Hone. BUT ZID noon Ew'rutrmNr.w. 2 oumns -rue wean fff IT' 1A 1' LEONA THOMPSON -- -'rua or-u.v Pe.:-4As.e. wc. even HEARD comvuxmu ABOUT AN EXCESS QF MAL:-Ls - - su? IN wA'rr.5BuRG cf-Ma. xr Muosamasvea- --ANo1'1-can 'rEn.E.m-none enfu.. PETER DEMIANKOMF- - aeuuoerw Pws --ous. on -mesa mae. FINDS- -Au.-:Ave wnumc. -rocavr. ONE. MORE. A RIDE INTO ERIE THIS SPACE IS DEDICATED TO OUR 'CAMERA SHYS" RUBY HENRY CAROL RILEY PHYLLIS HERTNER BOB GINGRICH W2 E X 'e 2 z ,X E3 'fa ' -PW! 3' ,. 1 5, 'E 9 E N X lf M WM awe.. ws. I fww if-:iT-'Q ggi? CW? 'A' 25 ff ii i ff' 3 'lf MV , . f W if E X X Q Fa: X' Y' - fi fi I ' , 3 fAVlATION 'Q X STUDENTS X X X x W 15 K Q9 Q' F' 0 'v:':Eiin"M"" , va . 5 - f .. . 15 3 .. 6 ' ", Ngffiars XX jf! X X digg 07266 10, NURSE CADET5 THE"WHlTE HOUSE" SET THE WHOLE GANG 4, A LJ-ily: ff 7? Iii' IVIILITARY LIFE ON CAIVIPUS fc M 0 X 7 X' X ' ,V 1949 ff 61: K 5 ff? Nw 542' gb lil b bf NK Em! , films! pq,- ji! g 2 lite? X-G' V X , X , X5-4" :l f 'Q -- Ylh Y "1-X -llffx -ul k, - K 1 " ww IZJIJ' DELTA PHI DELTA MU KAPDA GAMMA THE CHOIR ALPHA DELTA CANTERBURY CLUB YWCA. VL 'Y BENDA w ., W Q A . 1 5 35 5 2 ' 51555- 4 SPECTATOR STAFF STUDENT COUNCIL KEY CLUB DRAMATIC CLUB 'fm ff 3.555115 .L ie w fs: ,sg is I LL-g : HV , 5 Q ,T x YQEAFFP' -'Aff A k V - - . " . vmmiiziq , L -mlm NM... ,arit- 5 1. Q WAA. I THIS YEAR OUR FAIR MAIDENS HAVE I I GONE "ALL OUT' FOR VARIOUS SPORTS. THE FALL SEASON STARTED OFF WITH THE f CRACK OF HOCKEY STICKS. TI-IE PI-IIS AND DELTS PLAYED FIVE GAMES WHICH ENDED IN A TIE T0 TI-IE. DISNEY OF ALL con- CERNED. ALSO TIED WAS TIIE HOCKEY GAHE OF COLOR RUSH DAY WITH A I T0 I SCDRS. THE. JUNIORS ALSO CAME. THROUGH WITH FLYING COLORSBY WINNING THE IN- NER CLASS HOCKEY TOURNAMENT. A3 PER TRADITION TI-IB ALUHNV3 HOCKEY ENTHU- SIAST5 RETURNED T0 THEIR ALMA MATER WAT!-ISSLE WITH OIR BEST PLAYERS. AGAIN TI-IE SCORE WAS TIED ' 2-1 'THIS TIME. -ALL OF' WHICH PROVED THIS YEAR'5 GAMES TO BE QUITE 'TIED UP". THE LAST EVENT OF THE HOCKEY SEASON WAS AN INTER-COLLEGIATE EVENT AT ALLEGI-IENY COLLEGE AT WHICH WE. WON TWO OUT OF THE THREE GAMES PLAYED. '- I, up -' I kfiwif' , -I , . 4 , . -,I - V: - uf' -f J: - If Iii. 25 O . L jk .. 9 l I- I 'CALLING ALL RIDERS IN THE FIRST EVENT!" THESE WORDS HEARD THRWGH A MEGAPHONE ANNOUNCED OUR FOURTH ND FIRST INVITATIONAL HORSE SHOW OF THIS vs A A YEAR. THE EQUESTRIANS ARE ESPEC' IALLY INDEBTED TO THE FOLLOWING OUTSIDERS FOR THEIR PARTIN MAKING THE SHOW A SUCCESS 'MARSLRY WENTZEL OE NEADVILLE, WHO IS THE OWNER OF A BEAUTIFUL, BLACK, FIVE GAITED MARE, AVIS SHIELDS, HELEN BURCHFIELD AND fi' 75M I NETTIE MAE RUTTLE, THE OWNER OF MAJOR I AND SQUIRREL. TO SAY THE YOUNG RIDE! WHO TOOK PART IN THE PONY CLASS HAD THE 'TIMEOE THEIR LIVES" WOULD EE PUTTING IT MILDLY. THE OUTSTANDING EQUESTRIAN WAS ELINOR SEBIIIIIG 'J " T WHO RECEIVED A COLLEGIATE AWARD PIN FOR HER EXCEL' LENT HORSIMANSHIP FOR THREE YEARS. SI-IE HAS BEEN IN FOUR CQLE6! SHOWS AND THR!! INVITATIONAI. SHOWS. snnsv-u nznnunxl no, ur :swf moss 5 rrzs oun nsnmuos TAKING A names:-use can an 'rue spann- LING, GREEN WATER OF THE POOL. SOME SEVENTV-SEVEN WA.A. 'FRESI-IIES' HAVE SHOWN THEIR ZNTHUSIASM FOR THIS 'DAMP SPORTHBY PASSING THEIR szcmuenS 'res'rs. on vous man, on sup cog- Awww THE PIIIS AND DELT5 WENT PLOWING THRDIBH AT 'roPMos'r srzzo. 'rue PHIS won TI-IE MEET ao TO 13. RESULTS? FIRST PLACQ BETTE MILLER WITH 20 POINTS. SECOND PLACE., NAT JACOBSON, I4 POINTS AND THIRD PLACE, HELEN MERRY AND NDIDIA sci-IIzI.oMANE.L. AT THE INTERCOLLEGIATE wnfm MEET HELD IN MARCH, T840 OF OUR GIRLS,"TONY" HENNESS AND OETTE. MILLER WON AN AWARD FOR PLACING III THE EVEIIIZ T Tut asf TIME In THE POOLTHIS YEAR wAS MADE BY SETTE MILLER A 'WICKED SWING'-THATS WHAT THOSE 2 i , I 5 A WHITE CLAD BEGINNERS AND INTERMLDIATE5 HAVE IN THAT EVER POPULAR GAML.TENNI3. ,.,,,,,.p-M 5 , OLE MAN WINTER WASN'T TOO LENIENT WITH HIS SNOWFALL THIS YEAR AND A5 A RESULT THERE WAS ONLY ONE SKI DENONSTRATION WHICH TOOK PLACE. IN FEBRUARY. MEMBERS OF THE SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR CLASSES WERE THE PARTICIPANTS. WA.A. A VIGOROUS CAME OF VOLLEY BALI-I BASKETBALL, THAT INVIGORATING GAME IS ALWAYS A "I'IIGI'ILIGHT" IN THC SPORT PROGRAM. THE PHIS WON THE HONORS THIS YEAR OVER THE DELTS. THB JUNIORS' HOLDA TWO YEAR CHAMPIONSHIP IN THB INTER'CLA5S SIRIES AND WILL RECEIVE BRACELETS FOR THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS. ON INVITATIONAL SPORTS DAX EDINBORO WON TWO GAMES AND LOST ONE III COMPETIN6 AGAINST THE GIRLS OF VILLA MARIA, MERCYHURST AND ALLECHENY. WA.A. ROBIN HOOD HAD NOTHING ON OUR NUMEROU5 ARCHER5 WHO ARE "BENT"ON HITTING THC BULLSEYE. son -rm: naar TIME IN roun vena: 'rs-as TERMS, ross, :mn,Pur1mc mo , anvo1 1-:Ave secome. FAMILIAR -ro . FH -rm: CAMPUS azcwse 'rn-az: GIRLS wwe -mann up eoua -me Founveen Mzmazns m -rr-us snoup wen: mos-r ron-rumxre m same ABLE 'ro usf. THE cuneznrson Hu.n.s counss.. "BlROlES" ZOOMING OVER THE NETS INFORM US THE BADMINTON ENTHUSIASTS ARE AT IT' AGAIN. THE THREE OUTSTANDING PLAYERS THIS YEAR WERE MARIE KARDOSH. HELIN HANSEN AND MARCJA JOHNSON. Hem Monmson 5 'rl-1A'r's no WAY-ro sm! L ADVISOR MISS NETTIE MAI RIIYTLE RRISIDENT CAROL DNVI8 PHI LEADER RUTH JONES DELTA LEADER MARTHA OSLINSKI EQUITATION HONORS BEGINNERS HELEN MERRY JOY KNARR NANCY BURG MARIE KARDOSH INTERMEDIATES JOYCE RYDER NATALIE JACOBSON LOUISE HODNICK ADVANCED ELINOR SEBRING MIKKI HANCE ARLENE. ERNST BETTY FITCH JUMPING ELINOR SEBRING PAIRS B.lITCI'I AND MHANCE E. SEBRIN6 AND A,ERNST -LRYDER AND I. GORDON MUSICAL CHAIRS HELEN MERRY MIKKI HANCE EOUITIENNE ELINOR SEBRING HOCKEY AWARDS CAROL DAVIS ANNETTE HENNESS ARLENE WEBD ELEANOR PRICE MARY ARTICO OEATRICE HANNA ANN NES JEANNE KETCHAM MARIAN PWCRACKEN HELEN MERRY BETTY MOULD MARY SMOCK I - AOVAN CID WA.A. COUNCIL SECRETARY BETTE MILLER TREASURER NATALIE JACOBSON PIJBLICITY MANAGER VIRGINIA STEVENSON CONSTITUTION REVISION SYBIL MILLSPAW WA.A. HONORS BASKETBALL AWARDS FRESI-IMAN FORWARD' I. GORDON GUARD ' E. LANE. SOPHOMORE5 FORWARD - H. BOYTHE GUARD 'V. KIMBERLIN JUNIOR CHAMPIONS RUTH JONES LOUISE HODNICK CAROL DAVIS ELEANOR PRICE VIRGINIA STEVENSON BEA I-IANNA MARGARET CREACRAFT SENIOR AWARD MARGARET CREACRAYT SKI CLUB ELAINE AI-MGREN LIFE SAVING INSTRUGTORS PEGGY MEIN BETTE MILLER SENIOR :IFE SAVING JOHN C. AITON RUTH JONES ANN IVES ANNETTE I-IENNESS HELEN MERRY PEGOY FORNOI' ELAINE ALMBREN NORMA SCHEIDMANTEL JOYCE RYDER PHYLLIS WRIGHT SWIMMING AWARDS ascmnms HELEN PUSHCHAK INTERMEDIATES ANI NES HEAD CUSTOOIAN ELEANOR PRICE CUSTODIANS ELAINE ALMGREN ANN IVE5 MARCIA JOHNSON JOYCE. RYDER HELEN MERRY ADVANCED BI'-TTE MILLER SERVICE AND CONTRIBUTION NATALIE JACOBSON PEGGY I-IEIM SWIMMING MEETS BETTE MILLER NATALIE JACOBSON HELEN MERRY AND NORMA SCHEIDEMANTEL DADMINTON MARCIA JOHNSON HELEN I-IAN SEN FIRST AIO ELAINE ALM GREN MARY ARTICO JEAN BAILEY I BERT HA BEN SINK HELEN BOYTHE CAROL BROWN MARY ELLEN FOLLETT ANN IVES I NATALIE JACOBSON ELEANOR LANE AI-ICE MARCINOWSKI x HELEN MERRY ROSALINE IVIINE0 " SYBIL MILLSPAW JOYCE. 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