Edinboro University - Conneautteean Yearbook (Edinboro, PA)

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R Q44- 1964 Homecoming Game Played Against a Background The Old Smokestack Stands Guard Over Centennial Dining Hall fffenterj Stands Between the Uld and the and the Wooded Recreational Area of the 1970 Campus. VFU-"ff CO0pef,S Rock and ReCltatlOH Hall, nestled among stately pines, evoked memories of yesteryear to grads but curious comments from f1'6ShI116I1. These stately replicas of the past have established a sound foundation which has stimu- lated a fifteen-million dollar expansion program which will extend to 1970. B 5. NE. ,al- Fi ulff ,, .P- ,iffw . 6 N 3' iw 7 xlihl vg f- 'Q N3 .f" 'Q Yi X QQ l---H.,-..,,, ' ffl-+13iL."' f 2 f',, A 5 0 .1 ' ' , ,ima x r , 4 'f':Q 1,t,,.:'.-,Q . g f' 'J if Q it N fn. , 7 ff gf Q-2 2 or .1 .1 ., Q T . to N K 1, K , WE Af tf"wt?1'4 T? ' 'A x . if W" 981 .M 5' -. no K gy V, .ff ." " .X - V' W Q xltrn, A Q 0 I 5 td f f . , 1, 6 Q K 9 M 0 ' vs A I xx 5 Q J, 24 eff ' "J3'1QP5"-4 t -- ' ' T'-54534 -15. ' ' 'Lf' Q-xf:f:1."i -f-me-ef ," X., ff -. ,a . 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The majestln plnes prouded dxgnltw and permanence as the American Hag flies at half mast xn memorw of former Presldent Herbert Hoover who died October 20. 3 FV ' g x v sf? ti ii 330mg 4 fi 'Z' 4, 9-F S .tx -J 'swat W 4-"Wx A1 LCaVlIlg the old, freshmen entered a new life as they assumed responsibilities ofthe adult world in handling their own problems. ft 'K 4' 'fr ,- .f- ix fx fn 3 ,..,wff""' E Cure-ful reading of procedures and budgeting of financial affairs take new dimensions as students break home ties. 'WWW 1, sf ff 2 Vin 45 Q, 3 . wi A, ' -'Liv-'V lsr, 1 sf s il r Kits W si i , R, L Wg t . Luk, Vg Q-Ag.. - ,. V ,ov -1, I t 1 Jw' jr'-1 i t av ,A fi"tigQw fa. ' R' Lal: hi'-lfkf V ,,1,", ',,f a or 4 ,.,sz2ff,.f4f,mJg f... s '- w- L af 'I k K- .J , Qutside Reading Assign- H'1e1'1tS, spot quivzes, and long term papers slipped into the background as students developed their social life by looking over prospective dates, getting themselves heautified, seeking out com- panionship or simply dreaming the hours away. -Q-:L J' iv! 2 I U if ig .,, v X V N. "5 4 P ,P :wg I 5 4 m., ,....,.,pS'f'f .,' 'J . Y' f X41 ""' L W gui' T... f f Q4 w 'Y 5 1 D M., 8 F L -.syn 'I' , ,H M lp an .ffl 'V Mfg' ' ,.,+ J ,. J' -N - 3 X . ,ff -'fizi' 'xg nc .gg-M, vf . ww. - - """' 2 sg .Q f Pl Q Q Y 5 ,Hn pur- I 5? EE i I J M 1P Bvq.,fA ,X XJR, Academic Pressures, however, demand careful preparation of' tomorrow's lessons as students sought the solutions to their individual assignments. ff 91 , 3 451 . e V' , ,fel 1 , s .rfjf 'lx 1, ,M . ' wg , ffm , MMA-""""' gf 7 Z , ,. "s q , Am" , U Q E J. 1 , 11:3 4 V Q . ,, ,Q EdUCatl0n took many forms: Political forums, critical analyses of literature, application of audiovisual materials, psyi-liological testings, physical fitnvss, and vrcative activities. a E231 "1 :,:- :gy ,q! ' - -Q 47553: . S ,I wwkx X 935--Q is Q 'YE Rf 4 lfdfrzw LL M 1 LA- .- Afterfo uryears of academic and so cial amelioration, students have finally achieved their goal A graduation. Amid a solemn atmosphere in quiet fulfillment. students accepted the con- ferring of their degrees with mixed emotions. Again they were leaving the mlcarlx traditional to enter a highly competitive modern ivorld. .9-wo? 4: , r 'VX' 1 5 6 2? 4 Y Ak: , 3 'ESA' i! ,, 3' ,Q , ,Aaviif kr ' - A "2 "sw a Lug 55,1 fl ,. 5 K ni ' 55, ,, X' ga 6 3' V? V it-r 1 fl ' U 1 5 34 "ig :ray 1 a '- Q ,. qw, ' . 'Q N , ' ""f.-Salfy 5 3 ra, gil. 2 W7 sr. M if' f Q, .. 5 og, H ' H 1"'4' 1' f Q. .fir Q: lv?-' 3, . ,gg ' ' i 1 5 4 2, ihf, WK 1' 4 . ' A 5- 1. 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N 5 , wi . yi' Nitin 'tx if Kip I pdf'-'if' Wai if a I 1 S1 1 ' The Year There is often greater pleasure in retrospect than in meet- ing the participation of something new as students realized when they reviewed the social activities of the year just gone. Freshman Hazing, Homecoming. Greek activities, l.F.C. Ball, queens. and Holiday festivities assumed charm when seen in the afterglow. .ef , .F C. Ball The major inter-Grecian social cvent of the year was held April 17, 1964, at Rainbow Gardens, Erie, Pa. This dance is the outstanding affair of the spring calendar and all the Greeks look forward to it with great anticipation. Judy Nycum, sponsored hy Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. was Queen of the Ball and reigned over the festivities. Awards for scholastic achievements were presented to Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity and Alpha Delta lota sorority. Babs Strunk and Jerry Dilly were presented plaques as the outstanding Greeks of the year. Dr. Alice Shuster was also honored for her dedicated advisorship to I,F.C. .. f rf? 'K 5 Www .M-AUMNJBQ-2 im-an .J 3... fy ,K vm-WM J Robert Casler of Sigma Tau Gnnnna placed the crown on ht-ad of beautiful Judy Nycum. Creeks await the presentation of the awards with mixed emotions as their faces reflect both eagerness and anxiety. K Q--a, N.. 5 vi 18 T Dimmed lights and soft strains of sweet melodies enfold the dam-gl-5 in 3 dreamy atmosphere, Palma Cipriani and Dominick Bonitatihus, now married, happily dance away the hours. 19 Babs Strunk of Alpha Delta Iota sorority is Creek woman award. as 493 PFC sented with the outstanding IX K' if L 1 Y' 'N fav'-liz-1 'Www 'wel M HilYiI1g 1'4-4-vixx-41 Ill1'iI' 11141111 lwj'Q. Sll1fi4'IlIS Lll'I'l'Il1Q'd ilu' r'l1z1ll1'11g1f' to 411w11 1114- drmrs 111' Illl'iI' 1'r1L14'11lir11111l fulurc: W A QMAA M. 1' 111-rpetual Q-g1I'l'4'I1u has always In-vn II11- 11111110 wl1r'11 llllI'4'h2I5iIlg 1111- 111u11v r1-vis:-11 books of II11' pre-sent day, 1 gtg Q.,,s,1f5 16 ,, A Xifll x LQSANUI - '7 if "' .Ui 3 q.,- I Freshman, Urient ation As the freshmen arrived at ESC, they ran the gamut of mixed emotions and were eager to give 1-ollege life a whirl. What was the first iiupuvl? Freshman Orien- tation. Dinks and placards were required and had two specific pur- poses: They served to emphasize the recognition between the frosh and the upperelassmen and gave them eavh an opportunity to know each other. As the days progressed the trvsliiiie-ri het-miie aeolimated to their new environment, the ad- ministration and faculty. campus buildings and the rules that had to he rc-vognized. Soon dinks and placards were replaced by hard studying and the beginning of avudeinie rituals. silly 'Wm-fi - .. Vw' ,' 77" " r M 1, lfwer tresliiiie-it lievkoned to uninterested uppewlussmen .4 vit' "spar t .A . a , K I . F A an , . J- 2 9 e ' +4 wi -i- -S K ima ,A 4 D . , f , ' ' ' f ,4- --..,,,,,,, M A!! ien sister went to 1-ollege ' S xent Inui am e ulioli- tlunily had In move her A Q , Freshman Orientation wil 1 Tipping the dinks to upperclassmen is another "must" custom which freshmen ply with great aplomb. Requests of the upperclassmen must be honored on all occasions, Freshmen acquiesce to the summons to sing The Star-Spangled Banner. Mink? -pg, , pi at -:KY kv-R -vo, gk: 'vga R .y Us S iii 53" "W is ' iss. Kali! -K gy. In k js? Fgj 3 III in hm vu :film If Ixlliilivnml 'rum-0m'l11l'm'w III ll Iimf .4 I f Uur photogmphvr prffsvrxls an 1-vprwslurxl t1 uns of IHIHIHIH fre-1-hmfn 23 EEDTE HOMECOMI G 1964 Greek and Roman Mythology provided the theme around which all the festivities for the 1964 Homecoming were woven. Charming Louise Vogel, sponsored by members of T T, 2 4 5 The Edinhoro Marvhing Band elegantly Clad in their new navy and white uniforms stepped out at the head of the Homecoming parade. Freshmen contributed a hilarious note by including an antique car with mythologically dressed characters. 7 CA: c wa . ,A ,b ,saga "1 3 F, Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity, was elected Queen to pre- side over the parade, the football game and the Home- coming Ball. Her two ladies-in-waiting were Paula Meer- dink and Christy Vance. The parade of fourteen floats featured many of the out- standing myths of ancient Greece and Rome. Taking flrst place was "The Abduction of Peresphonew created by the men of Delta Sigma Phi. Second place was won by the men of Sigma Tau Gamma with the gigantic rendition of "Gyclops.'7 "Pandora's Boxl' gave third honors to the girls of Alpha Gamma Delta. That evening the "E" Club Ball highlighted the dayls events with the crowning of the Queen and the presentation of her court to the dancers. gg. 1 The striking feature of tht- first place float, The Abduction of Peresphone. were the galloping horses inadz- of black crepe paper. 3 The hateful qualities of Human Nature crawled out of Pandora's to plague mankind. The famous football and basketball coach for 35 years at Edinboro, Sox Harrison proudly presents the Sox Harrison Scholarship Award to David Shenefelt as Dr. Thomas R. Miller, President of Edinboro, and William Roschy, President of Student Council, look on, Homecomin 'ueen Louise Vo cl. attended bv her ladies-in-wailinv, Paula Mei-wrilink and lfhristv Vance 3 3 , 2- , presided over the game and hull'-time li-stivitics. rx llurneconling Quwvn Louisv Vogvl and he-r k A 'ai attendants, l'z1ula Mcxvrtlink and Christy Vanvv. greet the 4-rowds lining tht' strvets ul' lfldinboro to watrh the Quovn and ln-r Court. the floats and the hands participating in the paramlc. A, 'Q .ff ml mtnlxlamlxtt llllnx HSE Vlllfll i The vrowll stands IH quiet rvwrencv as the Edinboro Marching Band plays the Alma Mater at the close of half-time llxstivities. .1 1 I r 2 E 5 4 l 5 Q 5 E A show stopper was Mary Beth Willard's presentation of A Drunk in the Movie. Coke tastes ever so much better when served by a Bunny. Louis Galacia pours while Bill ffoiidelucei holds the glass. Donna Johnston will do the honors. ightclub Playboy Club - a supper club setting and sophisticated acts -- was the theme of the Association of Women Students Nite Club pre- sentation this year. The world-famous Bunnies. dressed in short pastel skirts, complementary blouses and black lace stockings, served as waitresses. The Chorus Line. a hit with their synchronized danc- ing, wore short blaek sequined vests and top hats. Specialty acts ranged from singing and dancing to comedy. Sue Blills and Rloe Allsop served as Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. A tremendous amount of work and preparation wcnt into this affair which was one of the most successful and enjoyable of the college year. 'z Sue Mills, Mistress of Ceremonies, finds herself the patsy of jokes by Moe Allsop, Master of Ceremonies, whose dead-pan expressions added to the hilarity of the re- marks. Philip Cilkey adds to the mood of the f-vmiiri,-gf by crooning a campus favorite, HScotch and Soda." WE- Three, Edward Dufhn. Daniel Byler and Cliarles Ansback, har- monized popular folksongs. 2 ri s.l wx-..3, Br-nutiful girls, fanvy voitumek and intrivate Steps make thf- Chorus Line a favorilf' in any show. The Bunnies addod the final tourh of sophistoration and glam- our to the eve-riiiigk gz1iCly. Louise Vogel, popular Homecoming Queen, pauses on the steps of Memorial Auditorium. Homecoming ueen louise and Paulette Shaffer, a friend, take time out from pressing duties to do a little "girl talk." N 30 Louise Vogel Study and Homecoming preparations wait as Louise chats with two of her admirers. J pe --viiw :E .nf ,EE Af Q ff H. ,- , ,fv .., 0 M ,ff fe 91-fs N. 'V K" f K '- 5? are 'SEE 1: -11 iff: H , 4 H ag X X V .43 1.6.55 ESQ . Q, S ' , 5" M -.Q X V ' ' E 311' C IE f .L R fn! ggi-mm, Q, -ff? , , 1- api awww F wt K. AK' .:,, l, L. vf uf - nw gy? T M '- 59 , is 5 ' : -at 5 H I I "Christmas at Home" was the theme that won first prize for Venango among the houses. "Christmas in the Forest" earned Reeder Hall third place. The Christmas season was in full swing with the Hanging of The Greens Ceremony. Women students from the dorms and houses and the men from Centennial decorated their main lounges to compete in the AWS annual event. L , ,t,.t ,. I - fk., I M ,Z K lsii C s .. T T e T 'C' W- ' K '--: Zi ff' 'z 4 snagged we-1 'aluw gi as a .. . :"' , ,C f , A The men at Centennial Hall entered the competltion with 3 ' B 3551- iifiwiffftf -In - '. .-f,- "" - ., ' U -f ,, I "Christmas in Mousevillef' if' ' A - it V tss X T l ,. 'M ' '-wx N 3 time NW A, ,L , M, .. ,,.. ,A ,JM ' M, -35,7 mi ,, .wwwvge K . W 'al iwli HW' A A K, K ' 1. ' , M .L Y r -.t,Mg3g5 ,,.,,.. tt - mam. --Aww-7 - ,V - H m1 3, . R1 Edin Hall girls decided to set Christmas in the "South Seas." Hanging of The Greens 'Once Upon a Christmas," Heatl1er'Hall's entry, won first plavc in the keen competition that marked the Hanging of the Greens. H V WWE 9 .4 ,L ,,,, , Clan i wa: Y law Rftlmkif Uzwid For '6 me fE?r:-- ' 'W in-rc: Br ,V Uv ' mx v 1 ef? JS'LZii"fI1:'42,..,:,,, Nt t' I 'N my fm 1 xii: Eff 'K ,V fm. gia Q it 'wa JP' FRONT: S. Abert, D. Hauhrich, J. Kronz, J. Golla, K. McCague, K. Kehaugh, B. Vogel, L. Rupp, F. Weinel, B. Spaulding, A. Scalzitti, B. J. Klobusnik, B. French. MIDDLE: L. Nash, A. Homich, L. Yarnelle, P. Malec, C. Vance, B. Strunk, T. Tiedy, P. Mihalic, M. Zelinski, M. Griffith, S. Mills, K. Snyder, S. Horvath, S. Urda. BACK: B. Connelly, B. Frey, N. Munz, M. A. Gealy, S. Perry, C. Fisher, A. Krzysiek, M. A. Lois, J. Maykowski. D. Vurgich, S. Kroll, S. Giesler, T. Reiser, P. Creggory, D. One-sky. Spring Greek Sing Alpha Delta sorority and Kappa Delta Phi fraternity won the womenis and men,s singing trophey in the competitive song fest. Special acts were presented by members of the nine Greek groups. Mas- ters of Ceremony were Jim Sims, John Davis, and Tony Digiacomo. Co- chairman were Beth Connelly and Darell Weiss. FRONT. R Matthews R. Lawrence M Allso J. DeSalvo D Kaufman D. Burnette ' - 1 Q - PP, v - q , D. Holt, N. Leslie, W. Tozier, R. Wallace, W. Andresky, L. Baehr. MIDDLE: T. Faber, D. Wurst, J. Kokoski, D. Tamhurri, J. Whiteman, W. Cable, H. Dawkmyer, J. Sims, T. Haise, D. Hays, J. LaScola, J. Rogers, B. Powell, J. Nell. BACK: D. Knapp, J. Eggleston J. Leeds, J. Hogle, R. Canon, J. Ciak, D. Gibson, W. Pencille, W. Smith, F. Sobota. 9 Master and Mistress of Ceremonies of the Winter Greek Sing were Moe Allsopp and Carol Hollstein. FRONT: B. Stiteler, P. Jenkins, R. Rea, M. Crooke, M. Ludchak, J. Freeland, P. Hollar. L. McMichael, J. Davies, B. Zeleznik, F. Hanna M. E. Webb. 2nd Row: N. Unger, M. Rieel, J. Mulligan, J. Nycum C. Yoest, J. Ruda, P. Pogue, M. Shamey, B. Dubulis, C. Crexa, B Burke, C. Higgins, S. Sieb. 3rd Row: S. Koziel, J. Read, J. Law, J. Zupanzic, J. Swartz, M. Wood, L. Prusick, T. Hamrock, P. Meerdink S. Weekley, S. Sanborn, P. Brown, J. Swick. 4th Row: C. Snitger, S Headings, C. Hollstein, L. Williams, P. Wilson, C. Yadlosky, K. Las- salli, M. Shallenberger, C. Busch, E. Armstrong, N. DePlachett, P Oaks, L. Seddon, J. Jack, D. Samoy. LEADER: C. Krashneske. all Greek Sing Moe Alsopp and Carol Holstein welcomed the Greeks and non Greeks to the an- nual Greek sing. Highlights of the evening were the singing competition and the original acts presented by each Greek organization. Winners of the Fall Greek Sing were the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. A first for the annual affair was the selection of outstanding sorority and fraternity Greek advisors: Dr. Alice Schuster and Mr. Curtis lckes received the honors. Pat Stark and Tom Steiner were the co-chairman of a well-planned program. FRONT: B. Buccille, C. Herbert, R. Homeyer, J. Neal, J. Baldwin, D. Yaklich, B. Casler. BACK: L. MacDonald, T. Steiner, B. Hunt, L. Boutwell, V. DeCaria, J. Carlett, B. Browning. 2nd Row: T. Hunter, Robasky, J. Dilley, T. Hitmar, B. Robie, D. Petersen, E. Robasky, D. M. Eyth, Ed. Beck, D. Lewis. P. Homberg, B. Kingsley, B. Kingsley, B. Caldwell, D. Wieland, B. Callahan. LEADER: R. Terrell. 36 w ACTIVITIE Extra-curricular activities are provided for the students to enable them to become well-rounded individuals. Awards are won and personal satisfaction gained by participation in the non-academic affairs. All organizations are open to all the students with the exception of the honoraries. A new club for the Library Science majors was founded this year. A? x L JFK A 3 WEN Mears, G., James, C., Lehaman, Kaus, R., Peterson, L., Headings, S., Hanroclc, T., Sec., Roschy, Gillis, J., Vice-Pres., Kolakowki, D., Swabb, S., Ceiser, J., Hogle, J., Suesser, J. A., Strunk, B. Student-Facult Council The Student-Faculty Cooperative Government consist of all students, all faculty, and the President of the College, on a representative basis. Its purpose is to take the respon- sibility for organizing and directing student affairs, and to cooperate with the proper college authorities in matters of student welfare. During the past year this rapport has been further strengthened by the functioning of Student Services, Incorporated, and a Student Union Planning Committee. Pres Carol Moser, Pres., with her officers is busily preparing the agenda for the next council meeting. Schneider, B., ShalTer, P., Krontz, J., Miss Manship, advisor. i I N B Officers FRONT: Schneider, B., Treas.g Yarnell, L., Social Chairmang Shaffer, P,, Sec.: Gerard. B. BACK: Vloser, C., Prasq DePlatchett, N. Publicity, Krontz, 5. Vice-Pres.g Miss Manship, advisor, Seusser. J. A. A WS Council The Association of Woman Students was organized for the purpose of representing on- campus women of the college. Edinboro is a member of the International Association of Women Students which is the only national woman's student government group in the United States of America. The purpose of the organization is to direct and maintain social and academic standards among its women. Every coed is automatically a member when enrolled, and the officers of the organization are elected from and by the entire woman student body on campus. I M f"'l The council at one of their informal "hen" sessions. 5 lflff 'U' , af. J. Mulligan, S. Giesler, K. C. Angotti, R. Oglevee, C. Pomorski, D. McKrell, J, Ende, H. Kiser, P. Walsh, P. Williams, L. Atwell, J. Williams. S. Varassa, Business Manager, L. Bongiovanni, E. Sims, I. Holmes, Makeup editor. Photographers: P. Zellem, D, Keefer, J. Senowitz. Spectator The Spectator, an independent student newspaper, is a recorder of news written according to the journalistic Code of Ethics of the Associated Collegiate Press of which the paper is a member. The facts, presented in an unbiased, democratic and informative manner, are concerned with the academic, cultural, social, sports, faculty, and Hstraighti' news of the campus. The editorial page reserves a section, Letter-to-the Editor, in which students and faculty may voice their opinions, provided the language conforms to accepted standard journalistic practices. The Editor, Richard Peterson, was appointed with the approval of the Publication Board. . mf we .. --f--. -I+. . W ix. ug., .fit ,--. -f fi EV-Q , 5. K tw i i 1 Q, , we. rf W, te n f,--..,. al-- it .-gy?-:.f.-gn? . r Q f. W,,Z.A7 A .Q k,,. jf . V Q i Conneautteean The Conneautteean, the yearbook, is a pictorial memory book of the formal and informal activities of the College in general. The pictures create the mood and tell the story that year later serve to recall a time of accomplishment both academically and emotionally. The staff is composed of student vol- unteers interested in art and writing. The Editor, Marilyn Orris, who has been approved by members of the Publications Board, assigned the personnel to those phases of work in which they show particular interest and aptitude and acted as general director of the entire project. J. Gcisinger, L. Rupp, Creek cditorg S. Koziel, S. Urda, Senior editorg A. Scalzitti, Organization editor. BACK: 1. Senowitz, C. Pomorski, C. Cope. J. Cvisinger, W. Smith, S. Gicsler, F. Sobota, M. Orris, Editorg N. White, S. Koziel. P. Zellem, V. Shank. FRONT' P. Wil- liams, L. Rupp, D. Keefer, A. Scalzitti, S. Urda. A A 7, ,111 -M atyt . A '2 . f' " ,Xi v. . ., ,N '7 pi F. Sobotaq Sports editor and J. Kokoskiq Associate edimrl FRONT: C. Cope, P. Williams, Underclassman editor, N. White. BACK: C. Pomorski, S. Giesler, Literary editorg V. Shank. ,ffl 'x ft. I fi gf .LJ if if 1 ffiiisgfg. 3.gjf.l-.Spa ' . .. M ir Q ,xp y s v 95 ' e A WMWM., . feng.,--.-M mf, sur.. WS...- . an vt.. ww Www Mamns.n.1zw.wnn...'lf-"rf"" . . ., ,L.. MW, A.,, L. K Q ,WM F nn.. NIM We-fu' ni f - X WW Q 1 We l dFffi 53. 5 t T tclst. . X . O . X hum.: fy. x ollegiate Players. Drama at Edinboro is an extra- curricular activity sponsored by the Collegiate Players. With three major productions, a children's play, and 16 one-acts anyone in- terested in any form of dramatic activity has ample opportunity to participate. ln l963 the major productions were "Kind Ladyw, "A Thurber Carnival", and '4The Miracle Worker". "Greensleeves Magic", a children's play, was taken to Titusville in addition to being performed on campus. Un- der the direction of Dr. Dorothy Clifford more than one hundred and twenty people took part in the program last year. The '4Kind Lady", Ursula Anspach, re- ceives her niece, Susie Oeschger, and her fiance, Jerry Brown. The climax comes in '6The Miracle Worker', when Helen Keller Goan Ricei says her first word to Annie Sullivan fMary Schwartzb. Qu. Collegiate Players built a revolving stage for "A Thurber Carnival". Joyce Cook, Charles For- sythe, Bev August, Sharon Young, and Lee Vandall. Walter Mitty flohn Gamblel drives his wife CMary Schwartz! while dreaming impossible adventures in "A Thurber Carnival". A wife cannot convince the authorities that her husband said he saw a unicorn in the garden John Gamble, Ruth Hawker, Jim McGraw, and Jerry Brown. Qt lr, If l f "--.If Flute Bushnell, Kathryn Carr, Cheryl Ann Coudriet, Martha Feher, Esther Horne, Janet Terrell, Royce Uboe Reese, Beverly Clarinet Cubbison, Ann Duncan, Laurel Hatheway, Janice Morgan, Thomas Nece, Ruthe Popovich, Janet Rakoei, Olga Rygalski, Lawrence Sheppard, Colleen Thomas, Gary Thompson, Gloria Wygant, Carol Zaritski, Patricia Alto Clarinet Cuffia, James Bass Clarinet Simmons, James-- Concert Band Alto Saxophone Boyd, Glenn Kerti, Sharon Roman, Judith Soisson, Marilyn Webb, Roger Tenor Saxophone Slater, Grover Wyatt, Russell Baritone Saxophone Tomlinson, Lloyd French Horn Cvural, lo Ann Hritzay, Dorothy Noel, Lynn Saine, Janet Trumpet Freiwald, John Hunter, David lekes, Richard Rabits, Sally Ripper, Russell Rotolo, Joseph Yajko, Theodore 'Trombone Dietrich, James Knickerbocker, David Walberg, Dennis Wood, Marita Baritone Dinger, Linda Bass Herbert, Gail Anne Smith, Diane Stoneman, Russell Percussion Acklin, Charles Hoffman, James Timpani Fasenmyer, Constance 44 i Marching and Concert Band The ESC Band, under the leadership of Mr. David Swanzy, has been very active in their participation in various activi- ties this year. As a marching unit they have performed at all home football games and two away games. In addition, they have participated in three homecoming parades, several pep ralliesfand performed for the freshmen during freshman orientation. As a concert band their annual concerts on campus include one first semester and two second semester. This 55-piece organization has grown and is growing rapidly due to the increased participation of incoming fresh- men. The band, which numbered only 35 musicians last year. has 37 freshmen actively participating at the present time with only two seniors graduating. i 'W if QL.. .K I WQJ VZ 3: V I l s Representing the college at the Collegiate Choral Festival at Wilkes College were the following students: FRONT' Atwell, L., Hep- burn, H., Samoy, S. BACK: Dunkerly, R., Hough, C., Krapp, .l., Check, J., Fyke, G., Drake, B. Morrison, Harvey, L. ' I' 'IP .4 ll 1 -n ov Y!" FRONT: DeTeurk. C.. Straweulter. C.. Johnson. C.. Mjrldendorf. C.. Atwell. L.. Gourley. C.. Lang, B., Wagner. D Venables, H, A,, Fisher, C.. Clark. M. 2nd ROW: Hollslein. C.. Templeton. M.. Cornell. B.. Brown. J.. Scobie, S.. T.. lnghram. S.. Caladza. l.. Petri. V.. Berardi. A.. Nlichaels. J.. Hepburn. H.. Fargo. 3rd ROW? Rice. J.. Anderson. Kraschneske. C.. Eherl. L.. Kircher. J., Hale. C.. Jones, B.. Samoy. D.. Sheets. Y.. DePrille. Nl.. Horne. J Young. Nl. A.. Callahan. B. BACK: Peterson. L.. Harvey. L.. Morrison. D.. Check. J.. Holt. D.. Melius . J.. Fyke. G.. Trypus. W.. Drake. B.. Hazlett. L.. Henry. T.. Dugan. B.. Byler. D.. Seblink. S.. Keefer. D.. Dunkerley. Collegiate Singers The Collegiate Singers, under the direction of Mrs. Esther Campbell, have enjoyed one of the most successful years in their history. Their intensive rehearsals first semester culminated in two performances of the Christmas Vespers on December 13 before capacity audiences. They went on tour to three Pittsburgh area high schoolsg giving concerts at Mars, Gateway, and Greenburg. Four members were chosen to represent Edinboro at the Collegiate Choral Festival at California. They were Carol Kraschneske. Anita Berardi, Bruce Drake, and George Fyke. 47 Kiltie Fins Girls interested in synchronized swimming com- posed the membership of Kiltie Fins. After learn- ing basic stunts, the Fins put them into practice. The end result was a glamorous water show. Commuters Club To better campus communications between students traveling from various communities within a 35 mile radius of Edinboro, the Commuters Club was founded. The organi- zation has been represented annually in the Fall Homecoming festivities. Edna Larson, Beverly Slater, Charlene Rushe, Crris Benning, Carol Cope WJKB The purpose of WJKB, Edinborois Campus Radio Station, was to pro- vide information and entertainment to the students of the college. It is a student-run organization open to those interested in all facets of radio work. FRONT: Donald Andrews. BACK: Robert Nye, Pat Marofsky, Bill Scanlon, Elaine Armstrong, Mr. R. Chitester, Advisor. Carolyn James, Sec., Carmen Catherman, Vice Pres., Floyd Franke, Pres., Kathy Miller. Treas. Debate Club ll e 2 5,. The Debate Club was organized to pro- mote intellectual stimulation on campus, to foster public relations for the college. and to maintain self improvement in speech and argumentation. The team had engaged in both decision and non-deci- sion debates with other colleges and uni- versities, one of the most important being the Oxford University team from England. Bob Browning, Dr. Washburn, Russell Shafer, Elaine Jeffrey. Chess Club A e FRONT: Ron Kuvik, Dean Lenz, Sec.-Treas., William Nelson. Pres., Donald Medd. BACK: Robert Clark, Dr. D. Washburn, Advisor, Dick Lewis, Vice-Pres. In addition to its year-long intramural competition, the chess club scheduled a number or matches with nearby colleges. The club is also rep- resented at the tour- naments for the State Colle ge Champion- ship and for the team championship among Pennsylvania col- leges. There are ac- tivities for beginners as well as experi- enced players. i l Speech and H earing lu Those children and adults with speech or hearing handicapps have been the main concern to the members of the Speech and Hearing Club. Through educa- tional trips, films, and specially arranged programs, the numbers have been aware of problems fac- ing those pursuing this field in Special Education. L. Tomlinson, Vice-Pres., G. Fyke, Pres., J. Schwartz, Sec., W. Weigle, Treas. ouncil of Exceptional Children The CEC was an international organization established to unite those concerned with the uexceptional child". The program was planned to acquaint the members with characteristics of the various types of exceptionality in children and to become aware of their adjustments and needs in the classroom. By submitting various speakers and film presentations, the Edinboro chapter participated in the National Council for Exceptional Child Conference held in Pittsburgh. Miss M. R. Ditz, advisor. W. Roschy, Treas., J. Kronz, Vice-Pres., M. O'neill, T. Reiser, L. Bosley, Pres. Red Cross Through the association with the Inter- national Collegiate Count-il. the Red Cross chapter provided students with the up- to-date aims and objectives of the American Red Cross program. The organization aided the Alpha Phi Umegas in their program in first aid and also conducted a joint college project with the Erie Blood Bank. Cailey Frazier. Mr. J. Coffinan. advisor: joyee Hamilton. Pres.: Cathy Rhodes. Suv Brennan. The Student Librarians' Association fS.L.A.j is a newly formed professional group on campus. The purpose ot' the group is to further the understanding of the high standards of librarianship for those who have chosen library seienee as their vocation. Meinhership is open to library science majors and minors. and any other person interested in the field of library science. Library Club FRUNT: Miss lVlCAdoo. advisor: M. Waite, S. Caldwell. ,l. llunt. S. Thompson. Nl. Blovker. ll. Rudi, .l. Heald. Nl. Lopi-r. J. Kirvher. -llh ROW: ,l. Horne. Ki. Squirt Kenyon. Miss Form-ss. advisor. 2nd HURT' ll. llilbert. S. Kozia-l. C. Rabin. F. J. Connelj. A. Meyers. L. Pitt. J. Nlagaro. ll. Plyler. Nl. Tulrlms. D. Nliti-hell. Hanna, J. Bialik. 3rd ROW: E. Allshouse. Nl. Nlangeo. M. My-rs. N. lfisln-r. M. Ofiicers are: Moe Al- sopp, Presidentg Joyce Chisolm, Vice Presi- dentg Carolyn Lohr, Re- cording Secretaryg Pat Lee, Corresponding Sec- retary. People to People ln l964 our campus chapter of People to Peo- ple strengthened international relationships be- tween foreign and American students. The organization worked closely with Chun Chon Teacher's College in Korea. our sister college. Also, a "student abroad" program was initiated which enabled students to travel to Europe dur- ing the summer months as student ambassadors of good will. An outstanding event of the year is the con- vention at Wvashington, D.C. Officers are: Jay Baldwin, Yice-President, lloh Bucelli, Treasurer . .EA The Pennsylvania State lfducation Association has allowed for the orientation of teachers in the modern processes Ulltl professional attitudes in the field of instruction. Monthly meetings were held to discuss the present and future role of free public education and the problems in- volved. Our organization was the second largest in the state and ranked sixth in the nation. Delegates were sent to the State convention held in the spring. Bill Foreman, President, Dave Deramo, Secretary, Daxe Burke, Treasurer English lab The English Club was comprised of students and faculty members interested in specihc phases of language and literature. Lectures from on-campus professors and from special outside guests welcomed the members in the form of uhrc-side chats." The most enthusiastic event of the year was the Shakespearian Program which offered a detailed and most enjoyable insight into thc Elizabethan era. Social Studies lab The Social Studies Club offered to the faculty and participating students the opportunity to broaden their inter- ests in the field of Social Sciences. Sev- eral excellent speakers were invited to the meetings and conducted programs pertinent to current social, economic. and political problems. This past year the program offered a great deal during the 1964 Presidential election. FRONT: Judy Mulligan, Pat Murphy, Sue Nardo, Mr. Clendenning, Adviser. BACK: Pete Connolly, George Jester, John Ende, Bob Brown- ing, President, Louis Galicia, Secretary-Treas urer, Bill Condeluci, Gerry Longo. it si Earth and Space Science Clab The Earth and Space Science Club offered a deeper look into the science of earth and space through an experienced lecturer present at each meeting. Dr. Ivan Mueller of Ohio State University was one guest who presented his research Views on MHying saucersfi Included in the program were geographical field trips to Niagara Falls, the Kinzua Dam, and the Erie Planetarium. LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Knuth, President, Ronald Sherwood, Secretary- Treasurer. Ll Gamma Theta psilon ln correlation with the Earth and Space Science Club, the main events of the National Professional Geography Fraternity, Gamma Theta Upsilon, were the trips to Niagra Falls, Kinzua Dam, and the Erie Planetarium. Gamma Theta Upsilon provided the opportun- ity to express an interest in geography to stu- dents of high scholastic standing in that field. Ronald Sherwood, Pat Benim, President, Paul Knuth ge-.. Delta Phi -N Delta gr. at-s.,,,, -.., 'f""'U" iw' nz 'Pr ,'ili Exceptional ability in art and a high scholastic record were the require- l ments for membership in Delta Phi Delta, the National Honorary Art Fra- ternity. This year witnessed the sec- ond annual 'cllootenannyll show, the spring and fall Clothesline Exhibits, and various programs of students' creations presented in Hates Gallery. Through these projects, outside atten- tion was focused on the professional abilities of many exceptional artists. .ludy Riggle, Ronald Wallace, Marilyn Templeton, Wallace Cady, Mary Ellen Webb, Lavonne Klein, Donna Marino, Sherrie Kroll, Sharie Aberl, Pat Malik, Faith Weinel, Grover Slater, Pat Kelly, ,lack Neff, President, Mary Ann Shallenherger, Corresponding Secretary, Bonnie Frey, Secretary 54 1. MJ!-.4-. :W , it 1 4571 T up ve x's4v...'s Dr. Clifford, Advisor. Beverly August. Edna lfaldwn-ll. Joyce Cook. Bob Callahan. Sandi Palermo. John Gamble, .lohn Czek. Susan Oeschger Ma Kappa amma Mu Kappa Gamma. honorary music society limited its membership to those students who have contributed to the musical life of the campus in some outstanding way. The organization sponsored trips to concerts and operas and arranged for the appearance of various outside musical organizations on campus. FRONT: Marv .inn Young, Carol Krashnvske, Jancl Horne. Ruth Neve, Esther Fx-licr. Marita Vfood. BACK: ,lim Cufiia. Lloyd Harxey, Grover Slater. l.loyd Tomlinson. .lim Simmons. Denny lloll. Don Kaullmnn, Treasurer, John Kol-ioski. Dixie hlorrow, NW-sla-y' Pic-rsol, Mike Burgett. View-President. .lim wlllllQ'I118Il. President, Wayne Cable. Alpha Psi Omega Proficiency in theatrical productions and good scholstic standing stressed the basic requirements for member- ship in this National Honorary Dra- matic Fraternity. The group pre- sented and aided with several dramatic productions throughout the year. An annual fellowship was pre- sented to two outstanding members to attend the Shakespeare festival at Stratford, Ontario. during the sum- mer. 5 f 1 1 .5 K f Beta Beta Beta The National Biological Honor So- ciety. Beta Beta Beta. aimed at the promotion of significant biological re- search. The research project for this year was the Amore Stereochemical Theory of Olfaction. The study of smell in relation to molecular config- uration. Another annual contribu- tion has been the diagnosing of blood types for the freshmen biology classes. The pride and joy of Beta Beta Beta was the Betacraft. used for re- search and its annual initiation into Edinboro Lake each fall and spring. f '5 , 1 56 GREEK lntersorority and interfraternity Council co-sponsored the lnterfraternity Council Hall at which time a queen was chosen to reign at the aiiair. Trophies were awarded to the fraternity attaining the highest scholastic average, to the winners of the ln- terfraternity Council Athletic Program and a special recognition award for the most outstanding Greek of the Year. Also they sponsored the. Greek Weekend, faculty coffee hours, record dances in the College Union, and professional meetings. lnterfraternity is composed of Kappa Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Phi, Sigma Tau Gamma, and Phi Sigma Pi. Zeta Tau, Rho Sigma Chi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Delta are members of lntersorority Council. A service fraternity on campus is Alpha Phi Omega with a new sister sorority Gamma Sigma Sigma. 121 l s x 3 ba-5 i FRONT: L. Scoutvn. Nl. A. Zavacky, V. Shank. .l. Rigglo, J. Nygord, D. Re-rent, M, McKenna D. Cold. J. flonti. I.. Sl'l3Il1lbE1i'll, P. Stark. B. liuerkle, J. fNlcClaughin, Thompson, Bl. Kalo B. lagnt-inina, P. L1-1-. D. Nelson, D. Knapp. C. Lohr. ll. Hutchings, K. Prescott, K. Lcamy, S, Siliert K. Oillricn. Zeta Tau Zeta Tau is a service and social sorority. Among their special projects are a baby- sitting service for the faculty, the addressing of envelopes for the Easter Seal Cam- paign and the sending of Christmas gifts to hospital patients. As ,an eXtra project the girl this year sent packages to the Navaho lnclian Reservation in Arizona. Socially, Zeta Tau is an active member of lntersorority Council and participates in all of the Greek functions on campus. Zeta Tau sponsors an annual Final Fling Dance and in cooperation with Sigma Tau Gamma, national social fraternity, sponsors the Zeta Tau-Sigma Tau Ski Dance. The purpose ol Zeta Tau is to loster leadership, scholarship, service, and character. 58 I V V 7 3',11 if 3, if i y 4' ckrxg t l"'f + Judy Borgor and Tony Bartolo, the honorary hWL'Clllf'Lll4I, rodf- tlw horns-- coming float depicting thc Ure-vk mythical Cliaractt-rs, Diana and Apollo. .MX x I, 1 Last minute affairs are takt-n Care- of by tht- sisters in the planning of futurt- vwnts. FROXT: Tony Murphy. llury Both Wvilliartl. Judy Borger. Nlurilyn Orris, ,Ivan Nygrorcl. Pros. BACK: Maxim- liowen, Sharon XUUIIQ. Kathy Rarlwr. Kay Kunklv. K , '-Cl Zeta Taus Donna Knapp and Mary Ann Zaxucky Hx- plain the uw of putltlla,-5 to two full ph-dg.-S. Kathy llurln-r anti Kathy l.e'an1y. Thi- luune-t-mniiig limit lbtjiilly to llllil' shape as Joan Nyutml unfl l.inrlu St'lXLlII1lHtt'll atlas-h the lllUVl'3lll4' parts. 'FTA 4 fs' ffl is ,, if Spvvtutors Onjoyed uutvliing "Helen of Troy," 1964 Home coming float. The annual banquet initiated Judy Kerr, Carm Przyszr-wski, and Kathy Hamil- ton as 1964 pledges. Mx Sisters and advisors c-njoyed annual full lnanquc-t. an -w P'-Q 1 if :ug M'-4' Mary Ann lfvdorko avts as om- of tlw usllers at vvm-ning performuncvs at thc- auditorium. ,913 Rho Sigma hi Rho Sigma Chi, social and service sorority, make Christmas a really happy time for a neeedy family. Canned goods, presents and a tree with trimmings are pro- vided. This project, the major one of the year, gives greater meaning to this im- portant day and a true feeling of sisterhood among the girls. A second social project, one that is important to all activities, is the ushering at evening affairs. The Rho Sigma Chiis hand out programs and help to seat guests and faculty members. Pledge parties brings work and cooperation among the sisters. A banquet culmin- ates rushing at which time graduates and students teachers join the group. A Mother-Daughter Tea is the major spring social event. The purpose of the group is to promote individual and group understanding. consideration for others and concern for one another. FRONT: M. Glass. J. Curr, KI. A. Fedorko, E. Caldwell. A. Grinnell. Sec., M. A. Misliurda. K. Bruce. ll. Dylewski, Pres. BACK: K. Hamilton. Nl. K. Smith. C. Przyszewski. R. Nece. V. Pres.. J. Hillon. .l. Kerr, A. Hic-nf-man. Tre-us. I Aix . N w gg,gL'ii-pf . ,Nycw 1 X Q - . , X xxx-s x i V. T ,A Sherrie Kroll was busily engrossed in finishing Home- coming Hoat. ...nr 1 . x u ,-, N ' V' ,rw i is 93.2" Q32 'WZ X A. i Xi' 7' V ii ?.i?5Q"? NfM"'I"f . rw Q' " xQ"if4"' Mx M s Q N 'J ,N A X W' 5 U gi ,iq xxx 1 s . i Sistcrs willingly work I0gjPTiN'I' to finish INN? ll 2' projvvts. The humvrous antivs of Barb Cvrard vntertuned sis ters and dunes at llw fall pledges dance. Hours of working togvther nvver dulled the spirits of tlir- sistms Gris, 1 -MJ '-f 62 Alpha Holders of the scholastic award for 1964, of the Outstand- ing Creek Award to one of the sisters for the past three years, and first place winners of Creek Sing. 1963, the sisters of the Iota Chapter of ALPHA DELTA Sorority started this year with a sister as a member of the Homecoming Court. The Hrst formal event of the year was their fall pledge Initiation, Banquet, and Pledge Dance. Other events included their annual Christmas project, caroling, banquets, teas, all-college Delta dances, closed parties, picnics, and active participation in Campus affairs. Services on Campus, such as debate assistants and tour 'guidesf' also helped to develop and strengthen the bonds of the sorority. Known for that AD smile, the Alpha Delts have striven to develop scholastic, as well as social traits, among its sisters. FRONT: S. Cicsler, B. Yogel, S. Kroll. F. Xlleinel. P. lxllllE'C. B. Frey, A. Scalzilii, D. xvllI'Qll4'll, fNl.A. Ccaly. C. Wvatrous. R. Wilson. .l. Nveav L. Nash. L. Yarnelle, L. Rupp. Llrila. Y. Pres.. K. Snyder. Mills. er. .l. SllI'lYt'I'. P. Sloppy. S. Slmhleslvy. L. Watson. Rec. Sec.. K. O' l C. Wiolfv. fl fl. Rfllllll- .l. KVOIIZA Pi'I'f.- C- YLIIWP- BACK-' B- Loos, .l- Neil, K.,Mclioy. li. Maya. C llrom-r. M. lf. Sclioeklingx. TH-as.. S Raynovich, S. Shiring, P. Mann, C. McCague, B. Gerard, S. Abert, . .V .Q 'qi 'N f W X, , gf. . 'W' '. I - x I if ' lu 'X . ,, 1 sf 4 S! If Q. R . ,Q A .1 4 X N I i H .if , 4 4 iq , , l r ESS Robertson. 'S Q FRONT: D. Samoy, E. Woloson, J. Jack, L. Seddon. J. Ruda, V. Eb- erhart, J. Law, N. Deplatchett, M. Ludclmk, J. Swartz. B. Stiteler, P. Jenkins, Rec. See., N. Unger, C. Kraschneske, M. li. Wlebb. J. Read, Pres., B. A. Dubulis, V. Pres., J. Mulligan. li. Armstrong, J. Nyeum. J. Zupaneie, B. Burke, M. Shallvnbergrer, L. MClx1lf7lli16l, P Hollar, L. Prussirk, F. Hanna. Treas., M. Crooke. BACK: P. Pogue M. B. JVood, C. Yost, P. Oaks, P. Brown. C. Crexa, S. Weekley, K Lassalle, M. Reigle, M. Shamey. D. Hurtzell, C. Busch. Alpha Gamma Delta ALPHA GANIIWA DELTA is an International Woman,s Social Fraternity with Chapters in both the United States and Canada. Altruistic service is an outstanding feature of Alpha Gamma Delta as the members of the local chapter proffered their services to the Edinboro Convalescent Home both at Christmas and Easter. Alpha Tau members also canvassed the Edinboro area for the annual Cerebral Palsey Drive. Alpha Gamma Delta sponsored an all-college Turkey- Trot dance and a Christmas and Spring Pledge Dance and International Reunion Day. Several Teas were held through- out the year in order to foster better relationships with faculty members and parents of Alpha Gamma Delta members. Alpha Tau was honored twice at Homecoming in 1964. Her float received third prize and an Alpha Tau was a mem- ber of the Homecoming Court. if Qs t ' x,.- .. A617 .i Nj. Creativity plus drudgcry stirred with enthusiasm turned outa third place winning float. 215.-gal Ni.. Tv Judy Nycom, Linda Prussivk and Elaine Armstrong aclniirv ons' of thc-ir many lm- phies. 65 Alpha Cams svlvvtetl .lim Klvflurtiic-y as t 1964 stwotlwurt. 'V v. I 5' 9 'I 1? A f . ' 5' 'ij K , 1. 2 ' ' ii-Q ' z, Q l. . , EQ a , 1 , A , , ,L , I if reins . r I V. R. A ff K' : A i ' K A sparkling personality and lively manner gained for Teamwork and time were just a few of the requirements Igllarylllln Wllllnlllson the honor of Delta Slgma Phl for building a first-place float. WCM earl' ll sounded like fun, but it turned out to he hard work as the Delta Sigs and friends vonren- lrate on winning a first-place float. 5 u -v M3 W e f N-avg' Delta Sigma Phi Delta Sigma Phi, national social fraternity. was the winner of the 1964 Home- coming float with Wfhe Abduction of Persephonefl This years float was the second consecutive trophy-winning float entered in the annual parade by the Delta Sigs. As an International Social Fraternity, the Delta Sigs took an active part in the growth of the social life provided for men on the Edinboro State College Campus. The Sigs have numerous social activities throughout the year: The Fall Steak Fry. the formal Carnation Ball in January, and the Sailors Ball in April. The Delta Sigs also participated in the lnterfraternity activities which included intramural sports, Greek Sing and Homecoming. A special project this year was the adoption of an Indian girl from Oklahoma. Correspondence was carried on and Hnancial assistance was provided. The purpose of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity is to foster brotherhood. develop leadership and direct its members toward high academic scholarship. FRONT D WIcCau han B. Hockensmilh, R. Zuck, B. Barry, J. Ende, Scarpitti. Sec., B. Brown, B. DOdClS, B. Palochak BACK D R0lf1HCl C Jester Pies J Perroto, B. Fratus, P. Casteel, T. Story, C. Wasosky, V- PYCS-, T- LCN, K- 0ffiS, .l- THIJUS, A- Di-Sante DT M-ifsh AdV R J Snyder J 'Vhkrut R Wethli, R. Donnachie, C. Arnold, Treas., B. PfiCS3Cll,K- StHl'C, R- MCMHIIOU, T' Morgan l . , M ,A . W A 7 .qwflig-'Z Y.-. -." p5"'fp,'- EA xi A. A K. W , vii' 9. f f 1. ji va .1 av +1-at.,i-:'.4f..,,iPM FRONT: J. Wliitenian, Pres.: D. Holt, W. Toxic-r. D. Gibson, J. La- I Seola, D. Burnette. Sec., H. Wallace. J. lfggglvsloii. B. lowell. R Lawrence, J. Hogle, Treas., D. Kaufman, J. Ciak, M. Burgette, ,l Kokoslii, T. Haise, L. lluelier. J. Rodgers, M. ,-Xllsopp, V. Pres., P. KAPPA DELTA PHI, a. National Educational and Social Fraternity, enjoyed a year of divcrsihed activities. Under the leadership of Dennis Holt and James VVhiteman, the brothers initiated their first long-range educational project, the tutor- ing of under-achievers at General NIcLane High School. Other outstanding accomplishments were winning first place Marko, B. Matthews, F. Sobota. J. Nell. YY. Smith, D. Knapp BACK: D. Slater, J. Lanclgraft, R. Kon-laik. L. Walker, J. P. Davis J. Disalvo, B. Gibson, R. Jeglinski, B. Srsik, D. Smith, R. DeLong K. Winger, I. Dietrich. in the Greek Sing and Interfraternity Athletic competition, and sponsorship of the 1964-65 Homecoming Queen, Louise Vogel. Social events to round out the year included the An- nual Pledge Dinner and Dance, the Steak Fry at Presque Isle State Park, and several all-college dances on campus. Kappa Delta Pla irx, QQ'-k o 1 fy, 1 'MXN 6 V' Y , f" - fsi g ' 5 I1 CIILIVHI. poiw. 411111 fvmininity gainvfl Annamarie Scalzitti the title of Sweet- heart for 196-In ,, ., . X M M. .ALA W Thf- IIIINIIIIIIUIIN lullglltvl' ill flu- untiw-Q of Xlmwrwgm mwfMwwmvw.fx..mfx- ..,.x.3-W1 m,-lm. wfwfmfr - N 4 0 D-IIUIIIB' Ttiilllx I!l'XI:IlllIl'll ilu-m 114 ll f:lX01'iI1'gI'nllp11I ll'-.wk Sing. rw '-:."m a ' a 1 Y as L A .. I 5 fr Miken Bllrgvltr- :mml I3l'Ill1i4IIOIIll1lllIUilHf'Q1lfllI time'-N un rlw "I1ttlv Hrunmlxl. N-rwmzxflillg tlm fXH'1'IlI4'l1I'I Imx 110011 a trgulllmu mrlllxupg-11 ll.-lm Phi. gl..-aa fr 'K lRO7VT B Spoonhmward, R. Patrick, J. Stefanides, T. Mamros, R. Pappafava. H. Horrell, C. Mn-ans, R. Cacka S Kusaj W Barto D Wurkich J Krebs T3 Waslier'k. M. Zaebcc, D. Weiss. E. Wicklend, Kolakowski. G. Corbett, J. llc-linski, L. Suda D Shondeck G Ste R Simmon D Cilli l R. Rammf-ro, G. Rogers, T. Cbapas, BACK: R. fanides, E. Eberle. The Brothers of Phi Sigma Pi pride themselves upon their diversity of member- ship, their social position and their heritage at Edinboro State College. Founded in l933, the Phi Sigs were the Hrst Greek organization on campus, and throughout the years, they have contributed to the social life of the college with such annual events as a steak fry, hay ride, skating party, smokers. Christmas dance, Sadie Haw- kins Week, picnics, all-College dances, and a Spring dance. Diversification has proven to be an asset to the strength of Phi Sigma Pi. lts membership is made up of athletes, scholars, and creative talents. The number of offices and positions held by Phi Sig: mem is a testament to its well-rounded struc- ture. ln the past year this fraternity has occupied the following positions: Presi- dent of the Senior Class, President of the junior Class, Vice-President of Student Faculty Council, four elected members of Student Faculty Council, Captain of the football team, Captain of the basketball team, President of E-Club, and membership in Delta Phi Delta, among other organizations. 70 Ph ' S ' P ' High lioopers in Interfraternity basketball helped Phi Sigs give opponents a tough game. 5 7 ii' "'Q'ff""-'51f'Z.,.- Phi Sigs helped make Creek Sing a swinging session through the clever arrangements of Phil Gilkey's Combo. was J., W . t. , A 1, ea 8.9 Y"' Y W wf W ll iw- f z ff New 1 as N ,gg Y me aj W Q -1 mi. 1fff'7iQ wife-gm iii, ..Qi'lw tiQN'5?45K'3 Q-:ij ' "VN 5. x w: ,, . Z Rf? H t . ff' 1 '53 ll Lltl UPS11gn t B. McGough, K. Kuszaj, R. Wukick, and D. Weiss led the Phi Sigs in an inter- esting semester. An embullient personality, pep and enthusiasm - these qualities singled out Barb Girard as Phi Sig Sweetheart. 71 '-J Q Congeniality, an interest in otlivrs. and 111-pcmliilnility gm' l'l1i1l'Lll'll'l'- i-tics of Sigma Vllilll Cziinina SNl't'illPi1l'l. ,l41llE!IlIlLl Kronx. Qif! fi 3 2 ,ew-V A ll xx 'l'lu smlirvlaislis' IIRUIPIIX lm' Ngmai lziu frilllllllll :il Illr' IMA Hall ls im, iulrilinlly 111-1-1-ptml lay limi Str-ini-V frmii Qin-4-11 ,luily NBVIIIII K Torn llitinar :incl liolx Hunt wcre a popular duo at nhl- Cru-li Sing with tllvir nostalgic arrangi-nients of tiuflilimiul folk lmallanls. Sigma Tau amma Sigma '1'11u Gilllllllil NL111l1l1Ll1 51111111 1TI'Ll1K'I'll113 was 1'sl11111is111f11 1111 this 1'11111pus 1111 1Jl'1U1JCI' 12. 1961, as 111.1111 01111-ga C1111pt1-1' 111te1' uxisting L15 21 1111331 1r1111'1'11i11 1111' six FPHVF. 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I"K0.YT: 11. 111-111-11. 11. 111'111111111g. l'. Kllllllll. XY. 1111-1'l1y. '111-11-111'1-1': l'i1l, 1,I'I1111'l'1. .1. 111111-1 'l' Nt' 1 1,11 1111111 1 XX 1111 Nl 1111111 '11 Xlllllll g1lIt11IN 1 11111111111 11 111114111 11 11111 ..r'lI11". '-N ' 14, 1',', , L' 'A ,V1' ,, "'- 1'-QA. 'L A '. '1-'-'- ilu-- W Vim- P1111-1111111t: 11. N1'lNlPll, V, 111-1'111'1'I. 11. '11111PIl1Llr. 11. 1llllll1'5l'IA. 1., Nl111'lJ111111111. if N111Nu1'11x1' .1. Nl111'111l11'11, lilflxi: 1.. Hllllllxlxf. 11. 1i111uNl1-1. 11. 111111I. 11. 111-lulfliy. 11. 1.Ll1illlL1Il. 1. 111111111 1 N1. 1'a1'is. 1. X1'11l, if. 1311111-1111. 1. 11111111111 11. 1.1-11iN. FRONT: J. Ccisinger, Rec. Sec., M. Nix, R. Johnson, Pres., W. Cady, R. Pollifrone, V. Pres., R. Drake, J. Calla, D. Van Winkle, T. Mance, AQ9ha Phi mega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity whose three-fold purpose is to foster fellowship, to develop leadership, and to promote service to the campus, the community and the nation. A Phi O sponsored the Annual HUgly Mani, Contest and the Annual "Slave', Sale to raise money for the N.D.E.A. Loan Fund and directed traffic for the incoming freshmen and for the Homecoming Day festivities. Among services to the community were the Thanksgiving food drive. Christmas toy drive, Easter food and clothing drive, national election aid in the Edinboro area, and as a service to both the community and the students, a Red Cross First Aid Program. Services conducted for the nation were giving swimming instructions to scouts from Erie and Cambridge Springs and helping to restore the Blooming Valley Cemetary in Meadville which was damaged by vandals. Social events of the group were the dinner dance and beach party held in the spring for the pledges of the past year. R. Baker, J. Uber, J. Aversa G. Davis, J. Walford BACK: B. Miller, M. McNutt, D. Otteni, R. t .,,' . J VM. A A -- ,- J , . , ,gag -'v'kSa:l:Q-gag k g ., ,esr'4,,e..41ws'eeS5rf2g':5'E',.3g'l wf..is-SHE-Qzxvw X' ' X . P. Q Q ,, 5 .... 'isifm-age. 1- mf Vffirq ,. gg, mga fl, '--. .N-w 'SSRN E' Or t JJ' . c j..5,g,,3 4 .jff'3wT?g- Jag, S -'q:'r-fw-, me ,hm V' ' W. ... .ffm xg: Reash, D. Palo, J. Neal, J. Rhoades, K. Toos, J. Capriotti, R. Blair, ' Q ' 95113255 .M L, A ,Q-s'1ii"5'3"9i Q ra - Snffnqgssiiq-tgQ xg ,W . I as W, 1 I Bw 'A if ., Je '75'v'd' Alpha Phi Omega presented an outstanding display of their jackets. Sweat- shirts. and puddles at the Un-ck Open House. The "Ugly Hun llUlllL'5lu, sponsored annually hy the fra- Sweetheart Sherri Parrish is with jim Calla as shc received the traditional dozen roses and the sweetheart blazer. ternity as u fund raising projr-wt for the N.ll.E.A. Loan fund. was won hy "Nike" Kiesnuwski. Ks il svlwivv In students gem-rally. the h'.nvrnily w11st1'L1r'Ie-ri Ll ride huard ich vnahlvd anyom' tu get rides lu and liI'lilIl cznnpns. CAMPUS RIDE BOARD ,WM gm, 1 N!!!f'l MG. Z 1. L. a ,, x L x. L. L 1, L. 1 L I L. 1, K L M L L L L 1 x X L .. L L ' N 1 L . , , ATL., L t L 4 L x . K ti will 53225 YM. 5 " L Ml" , Q. 4 1. L L , v gb .J Do' i RA D my A- . 76 SPOR T Although the football team had a11 unirnpressive season. individual experience gained by the gridmen gave promise of a better record next year. As a Hlirsti' the team flew to Michigan Tech. Intramural assumed greater importance in the sports program as Greeks and Inde- pendents competed in basketball, softball and volleyball. The basketball team, the Highlanders, were oil' to another great season in defense of their State College Conference Western Division Championship. 'S M xi , fix' . C Q -51, Football The pile driving, hard hitting E.S.C. gridmen opened the 1965 season with an im- pressive 47-O victory over Bridgewater on the home field. The passing attack oi quarterbacks Joe Krupi, Mik Malone, and Larry Bosely combined with the hard running of Willy' Miller, Frazier Coleman, Nick Giardi, and Denny Smock made the scouts sit up and take notice of a greatly improved Raider team. The toughest game of the season ended in a draw as the Raiders fought to a 3-3 deadlock at Slippery Bock. A 30-5 ard conversion late in the second quarter by 1 Coleman gave the Edinboro gridmen the necessary points to tie, but neither team 1 could mass an attack for the payoff. ln the remainder of the season the Raiders found themselves suffering five heartbreaking defeats against one victory over Clarion. In each case the penalty factor seemed to determine the outcome, always appearing as the gridmen approached paydirt. The individual offensive and defensive records made the 2-5-l record seem odd but served to remind all that sometimes it is the breaks that make a game or season. FRONT: Willy Miller, Frank Karasinski, Larry Bosley, Harry Scott, Rick Kavel, George Kundrat, John Mikovieh, Wayne Rowe, Dan John Kegel, Steve Samol, Bob Bonello, Nick Giardi, Herry Mamros, Ditullio, John Ferraro, Rich Formosa, Ron Jones, Jim Smalley, Allan Ray Barrett, Joe Crupi, Joe Lukac, Bruce Gibbs, Frazier Coleman. Heider, Bob Bloomquist. BACK: Jim Sauers, Chuck Long, Jim ROW ONE: Bob Keleno, Paul Beckwith, Don Kerber, Mickey Wfalker, Kopszak, Bob Grief, Don Carroll, Mike Burke, Frank Gentile, Dave Frank Bisceglia, Harry Lescher, Bill Serafini, Den Smock, Dick Payne, Maraden, Tom Martin, Dave Pitenrieger, Pat Tallarico, Jack Toth, Jerry Cass, Mike Malone, Bob Buckheit, Henry Rish, Tony Sucnic, Lanny Fiscus. Bob Canon. ROW TWO: Greg Zayatz, Dave Brandell, Steve Nishnick, -9' ff 3 11 403551, 2, 2929+815 gli 9113 Our hard-working coach staff from left to right are Mr. J. McDonald, Mr. H. Mariotti, Mr. J. Hazlett, Mr. J. Laraway and Mr. F. Caro. 13 4- The clash of lines sometimes decides the success or failure of a play or game NJ' B2 36x 'B Q -I ..,, . 5, C, ,I " Larry llosf,-ly tackled on tho sidclinvs in an end swoop attf-mpt. M E H, , 4 '-:W if A I 3 Nh , ., A ,,. V -Ax. . - 1 1 Q u ws 0 '11-. gym Y 'i' 4 X 'A p f . W-, -ff - 'X K -.. x' x nn-f frillllt' l,arry Pania addvd tliv 1-Xtra points aw Indiana made- Ilivir first svorr of llim- I'Imm-rw ll. , Edinlooro Edinlooro Edinboro Edinboro Edinlboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro ap? yr or . 'K . --mag Scores for 1964 47 Bridgewater 0 3 Slippery Rock 3 7 lncliana 31 14 Clarion 7 22 Lock Haven 25 13 Shippenslaurg 41 7 Michigan Terh 8 O California 14 rl W3 F 1. Z! N...-ff' 'E is Edinboro Raiders score after a long drive X l z l The hard running Edinboro backs made tackling difficult. Willy Miller was brought down aftcr skirting the end for nccclcd yardagv. tough Homecoming Gamc. i, ' L r ' If 'vb-, tlugn Ai I5 K x l fv 'lnqwyqxil vm 1 7514- f K' 1, H . ,., J- . ., 'Ql- ?,'.n ,.' ,., - -V+, - ' 1 1151: av. , - ,v , H, 1 , - ,.', 4, .-"- ' '. .2 Aj., ' V Hjfxluu v-'1',lKg . at r ..,f - ' "1 ,Lf-P rf 1' if f 4. ' vm'-. v J" . '. f , if-Y ,A ,, ., x .V .gy 7 1 c 'f - V' 1' Pia 7-ct L1 fri Q.-15 , 1,14 ...I '.-VJBJ ..'3.kA1Q9'.2Shf, 0112" -' . "Gil S gnig 1' 5 fi 2 l 53 mv 5 . XX 'C 0 vi . ii A M mv ' if .W iw: . ,,,a, w ifivf - '13 V ,ifsf-1 lflwff ,gg 1' ggi: .- -. F-w if www . 'S -2: . AHL , J- w -. . f ig C , 3: M , .S T - f ,M -V , -f,1q,:,-'al f-- ,- . Frank Karasinski Nick Giardi W K, UQ fri, I W -shy. 41, John Kegel Larry Bosely Mickey Walker rs l ff L fvyi f Q ff! 'F Steve 5311101 Bob Bone-llo Harry Scott ' I Y , NA k . ' sw 'CC f 3 Y x f K ! rig L X a ' is ' 5' I 1 965 4 Jack Case 82 Je,-ry Maml-Us Hr W llly Miller was trapped in the lrackfif-ld aft:-1' taking a pitchoul from Crupi. Nlukes W alkrl topped mam end runi rl 1- 'Yi - 'P 'M v ia 3' 4 gy! I , .' 4 ,ar lf... ga ii P' x,' X f 7 , 1 5 . x 'K 2 v W ' ' J, , V it . W , ,K 3' 'Q iz?" 1. .. ' F' f "tg ?"1"- 54.54 4.z.v+y:,: gfwz...-'ful 'Hz ff? 'MH'-ffj lf? t , ...ig-6- N, ., KE' -fwfr i5fYL'f- My 4? 9:12 4-51:15. ' W ' ve L M Xp I K- I hu I I LL!.,' .L , '2'f4infQ, L K Q 7 ' , La J 'K ' ff , ,. , 4- -,, . was f, Adina' "1 "" - - " '. - f ' .. - ' f" ,-.iufffnn 1- .- rf' Tgun, ff 5 0 4 4 14 A S yd 2 2 In J. l 'N' all Lhbu 4 J V li . id 44?4 I Z 4. FRONT: J. llarnhart, D. Shi-ne-felt. D. Nic-acheni. R. Scanlon. BACK: C. Woodward. F. Yvndetti. J. Conio. Banaszak. IJ. Douggan. J. Fusetti. K. Barker. J. Daxis. D. l'e-tclivl. J. Marshall. XV. D. Miller, J. Hennip. J. Staszcwski. ll. Cerle. E. Kultti. J, Horton, B. Dzurko. Coach Jini Sims. Head Coach Jim McDonald. Basketball The 1964--65 Edinlnoro quintet entered this season much improved over former endeavors. The squad this year consisted of five seniors led by captain John Davis. He Was ably backed by Jim Fusetti, Ji1n Marshall, Wilbert Barnhart, and Dan Petchel. There were also a stellar group of Juniors and Sophomores. led hy Junior guards Dave Shenefelt and Jerry Banaszak with Sophomores Don Dougan. Darryl Meachem, Ron Scanlon. and Jim Como. ln addition, former star rebounder Ken Barker returned to bolster the squad with his 6'6" frame. The Raiders finished the season with a 16-4 record in the regular season play, but lost two post-season playoff games. After losing the State College Conference playoff to Mansfield State, they also lost out in the N.A.I.A. district playoff to Westminster. Regardless, the hoopsters came through with the State College Conference Western Division Championship. ' , 84 ,Ig JA A L 1 - ..,,. 420' ,Wu .W W 7. R lfaptuiu John Duxis amd -Xll-Slarw mxlnlilhxtv Ilan l'vt4'h1-l talk mm' pre'- aum- ftrate-gy with pmuh Nlmllmmld. Agilx- Daw Shcm-felt made gmod use of vu-ry Chai tr rm for the bucket. puff .i Ili! X.: Q! 'A' 'An V x nv 'K 'N an Pc-if-he,-1 Smrcd again. Dave Shencfclt shoots a jump shot over the outstretched hands of the opponents. R jj X t A if Meacham and Banaszak team up to steal the hall and stop a drive. Dzurko, Hennip, and Como scrambled for a loose ball hut came out on the bottom. 88 1 J A Mifrw-nw Mg,,6.,,- an if-ff Meuchem went up, over and dropped it through for two points. 5. Marshall. Petc-hcl. Rojik, and Dougan were usually in control under the broads. Don Dougan scored again and again on tip-ins such as this. 89 I J' .L . V ' , 51,35 . K .- .ni Q S . Lf .A - .A,. -,ng .R ,, . . X F " z' v fb- 3., ' L- .Lp QF?- . . .-ww. W .,,W.g , ' nk 4131? v vw f W 'E X " 2 Q Q 'H Q. W .. P3 M 4- 3 1- I l , ,k , 1 X iq, ,W U, A I . me ax " ' 5 if wk it ss Q Y is E' K .L an Q ' Y M., XF if ,f ' K --ra: ' a 2 Q Q my E .ff W Q. A , -Q' Q if Ak ' I, 1.. A .. an , ' li gl a 1 Qi P go . 'WU viughmgmi, 2 ,gm , ,iqnzfsww T M-W' I is 'X' Q K .Hi Don Gerle fired a jump shot as Huh Dzurko looked for the rebound. Dave Miller drove for two with a left-handed lay-up. 1 Ron Svunlon dropped one through as Frank Ven dctti and Dave Miller looked on, 'Y s W -f 'V 7 I ' .4- 51 4 " 1 ' 1 1 , i -K ,,..,-Z . "aiu ss L . H, 1 ,a . s .11 . - 'fum ' . :Www-.,- Q x 3-'ig kgs Q A a i' f 1 ah- 11.3 H wp '55 -'r t is. e 3.3-F 5 ' E492 2513 . V Q af, ' - . s 2: t 'wt 'WSW f S L , .,, . XV .QQ ' , , H, w . e ,419 H 1 'fi-4?---7 '-' 5' The Edinboro Netmen from left to right: Norm Lasky, Sandy Smith, Kent Baur, Ed Cieless, Bob Curry, and Coach Faulkner. Kent Baur scored many points with his smashes at the net. Wllerrificw would be the only adjective which could adequately describe the l964-65 Edinboro netinen. Sparked by seniors Norm Lasky, 30-6, Bob Curry, 22-3, and Kent Baur, 30-6, the Raiders smashed and lobbed their way to another successful season. Hard- working back-up men who contributed no less to the outstanding record were junior Ed Cieless, 2-l, sophomore Frank Coppola, 9-4, and freshman Alex Smith, 3-O. The season ended with the netmen vying for the State College Conference championship once again. 92 K .bl in 'V t 'fx . W lu' ...A---f'w"""" " A P 5 , i 5 5' S i ' ' ' if ts Wt. 4,1 ay Q. in I 1 V N -va is fling f I I I Z .1 K I , V,k.. . i, . K, , 'W 1- - A - .. ' , - .gfiqzirrf I ,, M Z -,repmw ,, ' :jj is , F ' , ,. M , if , , p . i,,,,s i . A 1 Q.- , ,tt if le, .,t.,, My MQW 'W' P f . i 5 if I' sf 1" 'I 'V W' Q' if ,. , y ' g , w 11 wr 1 , . ' +R kk J A L+' 'Q V' lark X, - gr ,. Q A . ,, ,I 'sw Y' v W sv .X 1 v . ,, K Y . nf! ' ill, 1 Q ' . if , : F il' uv fi- . ,M 2 , A Sffhfw. - -1' ,I Norm Lasky, Frank Coppola, Sandy Smith, a Hne record. Tennis and Bob Curry practiced diligently and Lasky and Curry showed good form in the singles matches. .ff f.z4-11 is i H fri: 15'-WFT . finished with 79 B . an -4- I 5 5 f l S -8221 , A p My ,S l S s --M-M... l ang K 1 .U 'fig J s ll!! ag a if sitio . Q k 93 Q ,Q V' I. L, Backcourt play made Smith an asset to the team. FRONT: Ed Thomas. Tom Chapas, Don Kaufman. Bill Hazlett. Bill Parker, ,lim Dietrich, Jules Adam, Don Zimmer, Bob Miller, Dennis Riley. BACK: John Scordo, Dewey Hoover, Russ Wy'att. Barry Robinson, Joe Brenner, Jerry Hoffman, Dick Mulligan, Larry Riley, Ron Wethli. Chuck Ansbach. Wres ding Head Wrestling Coach Fred Caro fought inexperience for the second consecutive season here at Edinboro. His 2-l-man squad consisted of 12 freshmen, 8 sophomores, 4 juniors. and no seniors and only six returning lettermen. ln spite of this obvious dilemma the team grappled through tough practices and sharp opponents to finish the season with a 1-7 record. Team Captain Ed Thomas had the outstanding indi- vidual record, 6-2-0, and earned the titles of pre-Christmas Tournament Champ at 123 pounds and Pennsylvania State College Conference Champ at 115 pounds. Other fine wrestlers who contributed greatly to the knowledge and spirit gained in this season include Tom Chapas, 137 pounds, Don Kaufman, 130 pounds, Dick Mulligan, 147 pounds, ,lim Mulligan, 157 pounds, Bill Parker, 157 pounds, Jim Dietrich, 167 pounds, ,lim Landgraif, 177 pounds, and heavyweights Don Zimmer, Bob Miller, and Don Kerber. The hard work of these men might be summed up in the following statement by Coach Caro: 'tl believe we now have squad members who not only want to wrestle but to excel." An Edinboro grappler puts the pressure on at the pre-Christmas Tournament. Dynamic Mr. Caro elevated wrestling to an un- precedented high in spectator enthusiasm here at Edinboro. Through his drive and example he encouraged the athletes to further their ideals of good sportsmanship in this activity. I n This Edinboro wrestler was in trouble as an Indiana State College grappler 'Acradlesv him ,,,f-" 4 An Edinboro Raider stacks an Indiana Indian in the preliminary match at the Pre-Christmas Tournament. Dennis Riley attempts to reverse an Indiana grap- pler in a very close match. 96 I Ed Thomas, ll5-pound State College Conference Champ and Pre-Christmas Tournament Champ at 123 pounds, labored to set up a pin and defend his title. "Neutral" was the indication of the referee as .lim Hazlett battled to gain control in the pre Christmas Tournament. Dennis Riley was in complete control as this lndiana grappler attempted to reverse and gain valuable points. ' lx ,kr ,r MMF., 11 ,5 JW, WWNQ. , X , pu Ed Thomas seemed to be "coasting" as he kept his man under control with little effort. Toni Chapas scored three points for this near full in the preliminary matches at the Pre-Christmas Tournament. J' Tom Chapas had a tough time keeping from being stacked on his shoulders but hc did it. Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro Edinboro SEASON RECORD California 27 Mansfield 20 Thiel 19 West Liberty 20 Slippery Rock 23 Clarion 28 Grove City 8 Indiana 17 Jim Hazlett appeared to be in trouble as the referee indicated his opponent was in control. W, ,tj fog, ft-fr. ,gg K. r o f-+1-a, -, 1' , ' ' ' ,u K -' l Q L. ,. ,-Q Pete Chulak drove with consis- tency. GQQF were good shots and consistent scorers. Coach James McDonald experienced his first season as Golf coach at Edmboro. Coach James McDonald and the Edinboro Golf team battled adverse weather and tough opponents in what might be called one of the toughest seasons to date. Keith Johnson, Bob Rayl, Chuck Karlein, Pete Chulak, and Bob Canon were the consistent scorers as the Raiders shot their way to prominence in the State College Conference. Keith Johnson, Bob Rayl, and Chuck Karlein -' 3. ..J""'W My ,il sl? lifii. t ., N ww . -if my . 'v Q. www sf.. ,. -Q., we M 7 -. ,,,,1,, ig 'i . Wg, ws .,,. fm... W We H, pw .M M M we -M prix ' . ,. . I ww... nw WNW . -.fwmm . ,, . . ,W Wm, ..,...,. ,,, Q. as.. .,.. , .. .t ,, W . ,.,.. M..W , M ,,.,,.....,, Mi... M .m.m..,.. W., . . 4. .,mW.i,M....f,. ,..p..W,M. ,,.,.....,...,..,.W..i viww.. MM.. .ww ..., WWE rm. Hu. .i ......m- .., .... V my fmifm.. ,,,.,.,m,.. .w...Wi.mm.,fWm,.... .mm ....9tyw,,.....W..k, M ,wp at .v ..x.. ...M WMM- ykfyyggnkgqywmwm new-tuusmw., J., H K'-W , L. g""'! ",,,,gg:i.M.U 'uL '- -V MQ.-:w.,-qifrfr tiwwm--'-ew", 5'f"' ,M www smug- 'f. -. Wm-wwf' A-W rx' ....mrm........:""... W. 4' ..N..... M sysrrrwfgi W... ..t.....,,M.,."3'.t. . .fi"'W'.. Q, ,mer ff ski,-ways.-Q1,m ' Q W.. ,Wg:lfssf.,'grf :.s Qz'iHwsrbm: .,. .W ' ' ' " ' Lithe Darryl Kleaehem was an outstanding member of the Raider trac-lx team as he participated in the low hurdle. high jump. and dashes. He placed first in the State College Cunferenc-e Championship Meet with ai leap of 6'1" in the high jump event. A proud Edinhurn Ftute College Varsity llaskethall Team posed with their awards for the Yvestern Divi- sion Cunfererim- Title. L. ,, M3 Q... Ed Thomas, Captain of the wres- tling team, showed how good training pays OH when he captured the State College Conferenve first plane in the 115-pound class. A wards Seniors ,lim Sims. Vllendell llujik. and Rich lfrviwueei were eaeh awarded a lieautiful trophy fuurlyear letter awards. Intramural Sports The intramural sports program at Edinboro has been expanded to include similar sports for the males and females. The sports in which the males participated in- clude softball, volleyball, horseshoes, and basketball. The female sports activities included volleyball, and basketball. Expansion of the college and the completion of the new gymnasium should allorcl the students of the new Edinboro an even greater opportunity for athletic activity. he it l l s " """ V? 6 2 ' as 3 . . f -f ' r .N 5' g 4 ' . K ' V'?sg.w X 'Q W . '.-. 1 1 Z ' L ' ' 'fiif-'1 : A K 1 at , me-1' if m ,,,. ,,., ' - -tm: A. . .:..t.,,,m3k?gt - 'N ' 'fs ' 3 sql' - i W 5 ' l it ' V ' QMN 'nf . sg 'E .V 15 AE A M? . V V Ei nik ,Q N' T1 1. in 'u r o r gy P l f f . 55 5 - , 'L A Q , -:Ja-.r 1 J 4 if l fa i I Qlt'Q Q F 0 r ' "ii. Basketball afforded keen competition lietween independents and lralm-rnity mcrnbors. Chris Musgrovc and Jerry Mclntvre were winners of the meifs Horseshoe Throwing competition. A long slrclnzh and a light tap were enough for a point in this close gaml i 3 l l .M l ii l il HW, .lfli 1 i I 102 The girls learned to perfevt all the favvts ul' the ganie including spiking. Being able' to plan- a backlianml loft livlpvsl this young lady warn a position on a winning li-fam. Driving the hall deep gavv IliP front line a 1-liamte to get set lbr the return and possible score 103 "' Xfam. 1 .Si V W' - .Q ,Aw V I r . A ,Ai ,V K , fgfyif V kg 'i 2, b 5 uv V L NT' 'U ' an Q' ' K 1+ 1 5 A V, . ,,.,k? MA 5 i jlpihy ff.: N ff' i ' -- f .- .-w 'f M , , " '17 www, A up' Lg fPaf'1 2W ,W .V A 'M' ww. 1 fa , - M ,sw A W .K M 7 ,A We TJ. V, , 1 Nh , ,fm ,S - . - " , - Qi Q K-. .- - "' . " . , 2 ,fwxn an I ' fly 2 ,V ., .. 'M , ggi' W ,, XT' - A V5 k r, ,afwj A i:2i?f1j3v.fL1xH 104 AD INISTRA T10 D FAC LTY lnterviewing the many prospective students interested in the "new,' Edinboro, making suggestions to be included in the plans for the second phase of buildings to be created on the unewi' section of campus, working with the faculty to strengthen all areas of the curricula, adding additional graduate programs, providing needed student services, and increasing social and recreational activities - these many and varied duties engaged the energies of the Administration. The Faculty served to their greatest capacities providing additional academic and guidance facilities. Thus, a climate of culture, a community of scholarship in which students have the maximum opportunity to make hopes realities, enrich their lives, form whole- some perspectives, and develop their characters were the contribution of a dedi- cated Administration and Faculty. ii..- M-V3 Administration Dr. Thomas R. Miller, President of Edinboro State College, has devoted his time and abilities to bring to the Col- lege the physical and the educational means which produced a climate of culture, a community of scholarship in which students had the maximum oppor- tunity to make hopes realities, enrich their lives, form wholesome prospectives and develop their characters and open new worlds. x "" fd! M--"' 'S A ,af 1 Being able to relax for a few hours in front of the tire at home is a rare treat for Dr. Miller. Dr' Thomas R' Miller Returning from their nightly stroll of the campus, Dr. Miller opens the door of their home for Mrs. Miller. l W 1 i XI' Ass 't. Dean of Instruction Dr. L00 J. Roland uf Dean of Instruction Dean Harry W. Earllc-v ff- ,Al .,,,-gnu-yuh? Ass't. to the Dean of Instruction Mr. Ralph I. Berlin Director of Liberal Arts Dr. Harriet Long Business Manager Mr. Vaughn E. Herbel """""' w' . Director of Graduate Studies Dr. Javk Williams Student Personnel fin . Y K af Mr. James M. Harrison Dean of Men 1:1915 Mr. Harold Umbarger Ass't Dean of Admission Mr. James Sims Ass't to the Dean of Men Ad ai .J . , M ,,,,ZA . A 'E' ......-' W ss xi as lj, I' Vu' V s. N i Dr. William A. Cornell Dean of Admission Mrs. Ruth S. Peek Dean of Women L lk K s IME Mr. Willard Heaps Mrs. Rebecca Manship Director of College Union Ass't Dean of Women Mrs. Edith Patterson, Mrs. Viola Chapel, Mrs. Anna Call Head Residents .1 l , A H K 3 g .Sggiggi ixx in mgmwg Dr J W'll'a s D H Lo g D T Mill Presidentg Dean A H. Ezlrllcy, Dr. W. Cornell, Mr. V. Herbel. Assistant in Supt. of Administrative Building and Services Publicity Director Grounds Mr. James Dronsfield Mrs. Kay R. Miller Mr. Harold Mallory , 110 at " :.""- Secretaries IBM Miss Roberta Sue Mc- Conegly and Mr. Rolf Asmussen FRONT: Marjorie Koon, Betty Rulrinsak, Carolina Brown, Millie Smith, Bonnie Foister, Shirley Hilton, Betty Palmer, Barbara Purpich, Mary Lou Minvh. BACK: Kay Hazlett, Margaret Wilkcns, Mary Andrews, Donna Jostes, Jeanette Shaffer, Madeline Shaw, Roberta Smith, Evelyn Taylor 45'-37" Mx L" Nl I", Psychology ln keeping with the expansion of the college, the Phychology Department en- riched its offerings by the addition of two new courses. "Applied Psychol- ogyn and '6Child Psychologyn offered students with special interest in psy- chology and others an opportunity to prepare themselves better for their position as teachers. Recent publications by department members included an article on "Moti- vation of College Freshmanv by Dr. John Schell, Chairmang '4Characteristics Which Best Help in Selecting Candi- dates. for Admission" by Dr. Ralph Ackermang and "Lateral Dominancei' by Mr. Richard Wick. - LEFT: Dr. John Schell, Chairman of the Psychology Department was appointed to the State Board of Vocational Rehabilitation hy Governor Scranton. ,fs Mr. R. Keenen Psychology 'Q ff , 217 1 ff' 'Qs -Q., W is it ,, J. .5 '21 2? Dr. W. Groves Guidance Mr. A. Huntley Education ei' Q., Mrs. J. Lawrence Psychology Mr. .l. Kennedy Psychology Dr. L. W. VanLaningham, Di- rector of Student Teaching and Placement, assigned stu- dent teachers to a service area for practice training ac- cording to the best interest of the student and the college. Dr. E. LaFollette Audio-Visual Ed. Dr. R. Connors Education Mr. C. Zanotti Education 'WWW Dr. R. Ackerman Miss M. Ditz Mr. L. Nanns Mr. R. Wick Psychology Psychology gg. 3 ti. ' Q .f-"W in ri 'A ---- 5. ,J A f . ,J -P 5 f"fn f-. 'fr ' Dr. C. J. Butterfield. Chairman of the Education De- partrnent. ' fx 'x if Mrs. H. Reed Education Miss B. Johnson Campus School Mr. J. Shinol Education Miss G. Jones Campus School .fi I lf Q Education An outstanding Education Week program featuring coordinated activities of other departments, as well as inter-group meetings sponsored by TEPS, were held by the department. Several members of the department contributed ar- ticles to scholarly journals in their respective fields. 1 Dr. Betty Brown Education "'h..A Dr. R. Wilson Reading Miss M. Melhuish Campus School M... s.. 113 f K 1 si - i 4-Q v ,f E Mr. J. Mac Cluskie Education Mr. J. Dantry Campus School Miss E. Nelson Campus School ' . A p , - . 'NM , A 5 . , 5,-X .7 5 " if W' 1 p 'g , E ef. we K - it X Miss J. Baron Education 119 'ms ' .. ,Q Mr. R. Meily Education 1 Miss T. DiPlacido Campus School Mrs. J. Vance Campus School fag- 'W7 'Get W' .F i 3 a--...Q-ag. I- tfx KX ii i N ln? X'-alulF"""""M Humanities English, Speech, Language, and Philosophy were com- bined this year to form the Humanities Department. Dr. E. B. Everitt, a new member of the faculty, assumed the chairmanship. As a Mfirstn for the new department, Worlcl Literature was presented by closed circuit television. On the graduate level two new courses, Restoration in 18th Century Drama and Semantics, were offered. The Philosophy section added Ethics and The History of Modern Philosophy to the curriculum. Dr. Everittls Six Early Plays Related to the Shakespearean Canon were published this year. 'NN Dr. E. B. Everett, Chairman of the Humanities Department. l 'tt' Mr. R. Coleman Mr. N. Kelley it ii Mr. C. Glendenning Dr. J. Marsh 4?--'AY ,lin 'US . I Mr. R. Hankins Dr. A. Matthewson Mrs. R. Harris Mrs. K. Miller WV , w x if I , : J ,4 K . .h , ,. , 1: A Q1 Mrs. A. Kuhns Mrs. C. Lynch Mr. J. Tohtz Dr. D. Washburn Y f sy, ga.. M English, Dramatics, Philosoph , Language X Euky Dr. D. Clifford Dramalics Mrs. M. Roebuck Language Miss L. Scalise Language 'I i , N f . L ,fx my ' J" f ' L . N My N, va Dr. J. Martino Dr. P. Martinson Mr. J. McNalrlm Mr. fl. Millf-1 Philosophy Philosophy Philosophy Language Head of the Television Studio and WJKB radio station T is Mr. R. Cliitestor, speech instructor. -.- V' Dr. lj, 'l'uller Ag? -rs. X Wg. , . f t f . sf , l . Q . we M . fir' ' ., e ,,,. . ,f ff? iff:-mf: Dr. T. Come in Dr. J. Catzv Dr. S. Tamburo Science Expansion and research has been the current theme of the Science Department. Cooper Hall, new Science building, was opened in January. Dr. John Gatzy is engaged in research on the sounds of Pascilid larvae, and Dr. Thomas Come under the auspices of a National Science Grant has been instructing elementary teachers on new methods of teaching science in the grade schools. f-n 'UM N-qt, Dr. Sam Bowne, new chairman of the Science Department, is currently doing research on the flagellar motion of Euglena. ,Ev 1 . f 1 - " .'-A .t as 5, , ,JM .. W, .... M 'N Mr. D. Overheim Mr. R. Hanson Mr. M. Brown 116 Miss K. Hess Mr. R. Tamariellu Mr. J. Blanc hi S gif? V ,Q ., 1 5 N ix f 'Q ix- A t A - . " ' tw' la Mr. J. llolfnian Mathematics M- Modern Mathematics which stresses the hypothetical was the trend of this Department at the "new'l Edinboro. Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and History of Mathematics were added to enrich the already strong program. Mr. Curtis lckes, Chairman, announced that Fundamentals of Math will be televised in the fall of 1965. New courses and new techniques indicated that the Mathematics Department was moving ahead. is Z: 'S X affix 5' 'FT-A sf' Af .55 iw., of s we 'i Ei Q I? ,J A4 "1 .-qs" A ,fs,s-1- . ffezai-5 i .. 453' A , Yivzgglx-Q Y .i3ft:.g,g4.. , - .r If . rf tt ,fs ff "ft ,431 'v --:to ' Mr. W. Etling Mr. B. Hamilton Mr. J. Hazlett Endless hours ot' advising math majors on rourse selections failed to disturb the good humor of Mr. lvl-ces. Dr. Thomas. known ahllvtioruitelx' to students as Mr. Personality. brought to his students insight into problems ot' banking operations and organizational know-how. 5 I 55 i fi i 5 im SN K Mr. F. Hockersmith Mr. R. Weimer . .. AN Qty This past summer Dr. Harriet Long, Head of the Geography Department Mr J Mulhauser visited Soviet Russia along with other members of the North American I i Geographic study Tour of the Soviet Union. Dr. J. France-llo Social Studies Mr. B. Griffin Social Studies e v tt c ws. gf .ff x .,- Mr. R. Gromen Social Studies any 118 Geography The Geography Department has participated in two visit- ing scientists programs. ln the fall, Dr. Ivan Mueller, geo- physicist of Ohio State University, visited the department under the American Geophysical Unionis Visiting Scientist Program. In February, Dr. John Droste, Professor of Geology, lndiana University, spent two days in formal and informal discussions as a visiting scientist under the auspices of the American Geological Institute. A course in Urban Geography was offered for the first time second semester. Plans on the Electronics Classroom building have been completed. It is anticipated that the department will be in the new facilities within two years. These include a two-story building with observatory on the roof, a planetarium, and lecture hall. :fm Q N l - it A Mr. J. Tomikel Gfwgfaphy Social Science Mr. H. Heath Social Studies 51 Q iiiy A fo 'L D 4. 'S' i t S 0 'S S? W 425445 ,if we gl if Mr. W. Kohland Mr. M. Moosa Mr. T. Peters Dr, A. Schuster Dr. D. Thompson Geography Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Sggial Studies ass, 1 as Mr. R. Walters Mr. C. Wozniak Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies The Social Studies Department was host again this year for the Annual Conference of the Northwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies, April 8. Secondary and Ele- mentary Social Studies Teachers as well as Public School Administrators attended lectures by outstanding guest speak- ers. Additional electives Were offered in sociology, political science and history to enrich the curriculum. The Depart- ment also sponsored several noted Assembly speakers. Dr. Luther V. Hendricks, Chairman of the Social Studies Department, is Founder and Organizer of the Northwestern Pennsylvania Council for Social Studies. He assisted in formulating plans for the Spring Conference held April 8 at Edinboro. are ,.. ..... 'NI' Lsnxs Mr. George Ferguson, A1-ting Chairman of the Art De- partment, reveix ed word that his entry had heen selected for the Twenty-Third Ceramics National Exhibition, thus ranking him among the top 400 ceramic craftsmen in the US. and Canada. Miss J. Baron Lihrary Science gs . f ' .. . vs, ,W ma lik. . - 1- x ,- , ,f ,a ag Mrs. D. Hand Lihrary Science Miss C. Burch Library Science inirr M , ,qv s L ,f my if N . ,, . wwviim-Rf I, Miss li. Ha1't'liu1'lc Library Science Q? f id? Art The Art Department was host at an Annual Conference for high school studentsg Bates Gallery has several unusual ceramics shows: and Delta Phi Delta, honorary Art fraternity, initiated a fall Clothesline Exhibit at which students sold their paintings and ceramics. is ' 'j?"5' '1 mn? K A wr Cum VT Vkvyk A V. fa-amz: e t ff . 7 XV ' f. In , M A Ls ' 1 ' A--svn... ,ig-N 4 ' L Sw-rf? A Mr. D. Nyherg Mr. L. Forest Mrs. R. Brut-e Art Art Art --N WZ? il?-39 Mr. D. Howlett Mrs. J. Howlett Mr. H. Katzwinklh Art Art Art Miss M. M1-Adoo Library Science V. A tix L- ' . ..,, K - gi 5 .. 1 5 'X . 5 fa-3 Miss N. Acker Miss M. Cowmeadow Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education The functional aspects of health problems and the at- taining of a satisfactory emotional and social adjustment are the keynotes of this Department. The traditional sports of football, basketball, swimming, wrestling, track, and golf held sway in season with strong emphasis on the Intramural phase of the program. A new course in Horsemanship was offered this year and proved exceptionally popular. The new 4'Sox" Harrison Football Field was graded and sodded for the fall with work started on the new grand- stand and other sports facilities. Mr. F. Caro Mr. J. McDonald Physical Education Physical Education The Music Department moved ahead this Head of Health and Phys- ical Education, Mr. Hanio Mariotti placed special emphasis on intramural sports for both women and men. Mr. J. Stonis Library Science year in a number of areas. The ESC band was increased to 55 musicians by members of the freshman class. A String Ensemble and a stage band were formed. Recorder making and playing are seeing a revival and a Recorder Society, the only one in this part of the coun- try, was formed this year. Mr. Swanzy had an article in The Michigan Music Education Journal on '4Cho0sing. a Band Instrumentw. Dr. Wfilliam Alexander, Chairman of the De- partment, had a book, Music Heard Today, published. Mrs. J. Williams Library Science I 'b Mrs. E. Campbell Mr. D. Swanzy L Physical Education Physical Education S ' if , fry if The Library Science Program expanded so greatly last year that Miss ' Mary McAdoo was appointed special Director. A workshop, "Reforma- -112- tion in School Library Servicew, attracted librarians and teachers V from a five-county area. A Library Handbook which served as a J guide to the library facilities was also published. ix 1. J.. Q. ,U XL,-z-, M .,, mwN . 4 , y. M :-mm, F... . QV Q,A,, ' M W M-w.mf-1 vwfmrn awww 132 223 1221! M .W M .H .1-4 U 1 SENIOR Freshman registration to senior gI'EiflULltl0I1 ff a long but exciting four year jour- ney. Some found the pathway pleasant. some found it fliflicult, others found it a combination of both, but all trials led to the grand highwaiy' of success f a college education. K,-W, S X x x 1 Al,- as 'Us Geraldine Altenhof Elementary Joyce Arnold Art George Avdellas Elementary Barbara Albright Elementary Seniors Diane Alles Art Ka ren William Andersen Andresky Elementary Elementary Lynn Atwell English Joan Azulos Library Science Janet Baker Elementary Thomas Bancroft Elementary Harry Barkham Social Studies Raymond Beeson English Donald Beitel Social Studies Susan Edward Theodore Benim Benko Benson Elementary Chemistry Mathematics Robert Bergstrom Social Studies Wlilliam Berry Biology Sandra Berarducci Elementary Sandra Bingham Elementary Qt? Sue Bertschy Mathematics Janet Bliley Elementary William Lenore Larry Maxine Bollinger Bontempo Bosley Bowen Art English Social Studies Elementary J5' Y Pm ' 'Ss...,-" ,-S.. Rosemary Bianco Elementary Robert Zim Patricia Seniors Bowen Bmhm Brandt Social Studies Art French Janet Brawley Elementary Wayne Cable Biology Wallace Earl Cady Brown Art Social Studies Jacqueline Caiarelli Elementary Edna Cathi' Caldwell BFUCC Special ElCmeI1U1fY Education Ronald Donna Bonnie Brumagin Bruno Brydon 'ind' Joseph Bufalino Biological Science English Social Studies Social Silldles David Cline Social Studies Linda Joseph Chiccarino Carmen, Ir. Aff Elementary Alice Chaklos Elementary Denis Gary Carcone Cermgk Thomas Elemtmtary Elementary Carnes Social Studies fax' Robert Carothers English Janet Paula Robert James Cavanau Carr Cartwright Casler Cavanaugh Art Art English Social Studies w. David Cook Mathematics Virginia Crowe Elementary Julie Cunningham Foreign Languages William Condeluci English Seniors Peter Connolly English fx Kathleen David Cowan Crooks English Geography Sandra Culp Elementary John Daily Geography John Davis Speech Correction Georgia Deimil Elementary Sally Dennis English Rosemary Dey Elementary Adele DiCarlo Elementary 417 .7 62 'GX Svc gf., A1311 Conslancc Dick Dickson Ccoggrapliy lNIall1fi1natics Ronni Eiler ?. Biology Wlilliam litter Social Studies Howard lin ing Biology John Dinncllo Social Studies Betty Drexlcr Art Marianne Dylewski I'llClllf'llill1'y Nancy lfarllvy Elementary William Faxlcc lllenientziry James Douglas ElfTIIlCI'1iLl ry f' --.Q Q... 55 AHCC Mary Ann F51 l'l0Y Fcclo rko Biology Social Studies ,f , -ww X 404 1- 1- -ff Veronica lfbcrliart English i, Sherrilyn Stephen Deborah Filburn Filipos Fish English Art English Christine , Fisher S Elementary 6 nf Hannah Gall Social Studies John Francis Gamble Fitzgerald Aft Social Studies Janet Gardner Elementary Fred Nancy g'?ff1"n Forsyth 10 ogy Elementary Floyd Robert James Louis Franke Fulton Fusetti Galicia Biology Biology Social Studies English -f Annette Gatter Library Science Ronald Gebliardt Social Studies Larry Grove Matllcrnatics Sandra. Gross English Alice G. Grinnell lilcmentary Michael Grignal lilclriciitary x.,,. John Geisinger Mathematics Myra Grifllth Susan English Geller Art Wll ham Geller ft Donald Nicholas Marilyn Carole Gibson Girardi Glass Glass Social Sludicf Elementary Elementary lilementaiy 'PY Judy Hall Elementary Kay Hamilton English Yolanda Harris Elementary JoAnne Guarnieri Art Maryanne Habay Art Seniors Leroy Hall Geography Joyce Hamilton Elementary Charles Hanks Claudia Harthan Elementary Bryon' Hatch Special Education Joseph Hathaway English Edward Hatton Elementary Ruth Hawke r Elementary David Hays Social Studies Thora Heather Heckman Hepburn Elementary Social Studies li, -J' 1 1 sa K.. Arlene Holmes Elementary James Holmes Social Studies Bill Highfield Elementary James Hoffman Biology Rebecca Hogue Art Janice Holcombe Elementary Martha Hixson Elementary Dennis Holt Biology Anita Homich Elementary Virginia Sandra Hopkins Horvath Elementary Elementary rm fl? It Nancy Hollenbaugh Elementary Sally Carol Judith Hotchkiss Hower Jack Mathematics Elementary Library Science Patricia . Jackson S Elementary 6 nl Easther Kean English Pat Myrna Kelly Johnson Art Elementary lVilliam Kinney Social Studies Nancy Richard Kiser .l0lH1S0I1 Elementary Elementary Sandra Linda Nancy William Jolmson Johnston Johnstone Johnston English Elementary Elementary Earth and Space Science Betty ,lane Klobusnik English George Knopick Social Studies Paul Knuth Earth and Space Science Carol Kocher English Bonnie Klingle Elementary Shirlee Klinkhamer Elementary Rebecca Kuzma Elementary Alan Kuehner Physics and Mathematics Annette Krzysiek English Sharon Rachel Kroll Kronenwetter Art Art Q Geraldine John Paul Kowalski Krindler Krivonak Elementary Biology Library Science James La Svola Social Studies Mary Legger Elementary Barbara Lcitscllafl lingglisli Frank Labonowski lQln'1n011tary Seniors Lloyd Lackey Art Jacquelynn Diane lillllglllllf Lf'1lHCy Elementary Ari James Loglcrs Social Stuflivs Coorgc Lesak Biology John Lcskovicll Sovial Studies Neil Leslie Social Studies Lucille Licmer Biology Gail Livingston Elementary Ma ry Anne Lois Art Jerry C-eorgene Longo Lucas L li h Art Gerald Mamros Elementary James Marshall Social Studies Judith Marshall Elementary Nancy Lucas Elementary Sally Lytle Elementary Patricia Malec Art Daniel Maloney Mathematics Patricia YN illram Sandv Martin Matthews MHZIHIZ Mathematics Biology E1CmCmafY Richard Wlilliam Donald Mazur McArdle McCalmon Mathematics English linglisli Robert . McCaugl1an S Physics Veronica Mischick linglisli Mary Ann Mishurda DOHQIHS lilffm-:mary Mclflhinny Mutllcinatics David Mitchell l.iln'z1ry Science Jay Robert Milcllcll Mccough Comprehensive Liberal Arts S"i"HCff Ruth David lflllel Rebecca McKinney McKrcll Mikolujczyk Millimn Engligh Social Studies Art Elementary "Nuff Sqn., Thomas Morgan Biology Judith Morozowich Art David Morrison Mu thcrnutics Karen Ko rul Mo wry Mitchell Elementary Philip Moran Spanish Robert Oglevee Liberal Arts Rudolph Novotny Social Studies Milton Nicks Science Richard Nemcllik Social Studies Nancy Antonia .lo lftlal Mu nz Murphy MYPI' Elgmcmary Elcrncntury lilciucntnry English Samuel Paco Art David Patterson Geography and Elementary Raymond Payne English Robert Ogren Mathematics Seniors Gary Osborn Art Samuel Regis Palmer Patrick Mathematics Art 'sf , Andrew Payer Biology Sandra Perry Elemen tary Daniel Petchel Social Studies David Petersen Elementary Betty Peterson Art Richard Peterson English Ellie Petruna Special Education Q94 'W' MHYSINI Theodore Robert Pflfillm l'iotrowicz Pollifrone E1C1UCUfa1'Y Social Studies Elementary Charles Powers Library Science Helen Purpich English Jann-5 Richardson English Antoinette Ragusa lil:-nrentury George Ristvey Library Science wif' "'4:tL"' Nina Miclluel Roberts Romaniszyn API Social Studiw of 'Vx Cynthia P01110 rski English A...-ad' 'A' at 51' QA -rr-1, if ff' R it X I l'nt .ludith R053 Ruda lflvnlelllnry AFI ws'-X Robert Rayl Art Diallne John Mary Lynn Samoy Sanborn Sunner English Earth and Space Elementary Science Pam D Santelli Elementary Semors Allen Shaw Mathematics Norman David Shea Schwab Elementary Chemistry John Sherrod lx'I8tl1ClTlZ1tlCS Harold Harry Shields Scott Biology Geography Kenneth Nancy Sharon Thomas Scott Scott Seib Semple Geography Elementary French Biology ,411 'fl' Alice Shontz Elementary Lois Shontz Elemvntary Yvilliam Stanford lllathmnatics Grant Shortq Sharon SOC1fll Stndles ' I'N"fl'KmlX Elenu-n tn ry Beverly Spunhling Mutllematics l.lll'1'y Solomon Evelyn Foviul Slnflif-s lllutlwlnutios Sinv lfngzlisll Q KZ Elk Cheryl Smith Elelnvntary ,lc-an Kay William Ruth Lee Smith Smith Smith Sodcrqnist lilcmcntary lQlv1ncnta1'y lhIL1lllt'IIHlllCS Art 67 Sandie l7runk Stuullcr Swoglgrr Frenclr English S . Lonl, hd N F rank ii? Om B5 Sylvester , lIH6I1tZily Social Studies Putriciu Tulbot l'lll'lll1'IlILllX rx W Albert Rebecca Sandra D yd Stewart Stewart Still Tuul Pllysics Sz lflclnenmry Art Q'm.Hlmu Mutlre-matics 'Am Nl Slumlxes Bm.bm.u Williarn Fwd Strunk Summerly Taylor An l'.ll'lHCI1lLlI'y Smial Studies -zip' Rit.hm.d Tlrornas Sturtevant Swift Klutlrmnatics .flux "Q,-24 Q-Q. X. lfllilllill fr-5 'UNL My .na- A? Lois Louis ROYCC Taylor Taylor Teffill Elementary Coinprehonsive Clic-n1iSlfY Si-i4-nee Biologi' Terry Tiedy Eleinvntury John Towle Liberal Art in Roger Travis Biology Wralter Tozier Elementary Sandra Travis Elementary Frank Marlene Trebel Yuligfl Art Elementary John Tliumm English Sondra Patricia Yarrassa YLVSEY Elementary ElCIT1CI1lI1Ty "Expt Becky Travis Arts and Science Louise Dean Deana Vogel Wahl Wlahl Elementary Elementary Elementary Linda Wahl ' Elementary n, Z, 0 Norma Xvells Elementary Albin Robert Wester Xvainwrigllt AIT Social Studies Louise Wetzel Art Thomas Muriel Wilczek Waite All Elementary Cerrelynn Joseph Faith YVall Walsh YVeinel Mathematics Social Studies Art fi IQ 'wr 1 5 N-.... l Linda Weinheimer English 'Q' sv Cb 9-Q. -..-5 WX4 rw James Williams English Patricia Williams English Benjamin Winslows' Geography James Yvoodring Chemistry Theodore Ya jko Biology Robert Yaklich Patricia Cl1CmlStI'y Zahnigef Biology English ,,,.an ul Richard Ronald Zirkle Zuck Mathematics Mathematics Mary Ann Marvin Zuvacky Zirkle Elementary Mathematics if k 2.h g EN UNDER CLA SSMEN Dancing, dining, and riding horseback were just a few ways in which the under- classmen of Edinboro enriched their lives through a college education. Their en- deavors in academic and social affairs gave them the experience and finesse so necessary for a successful professional career. Q,'-L,2L.FjQ? 5 p-- y 5 aan Juniors E. Abhata S. Abert E. Adler J. Aminann G. Anderson R. Anderson C. Arnold B. August L. Atwell D. Bannister R, Barrett Bartholomew C. Bednar J. Bcrgston L. Berent Bierline B. Biggin A. Billak D. Bogdanich M. Boylan l'. Brasliley D. Brown D. Bruno F. Bubasli D. Burke ll. Burnette L. Caldwell B. Caslidollar C. Cass C. flallierman 711. .ww .A , aw." . I if ...Ti . Ai ki I xi: wk -1 ni S ,af A , . Q Q . ., 1 .mu XR. . . U 7.1.-1. u M. M. .kh 1. ,- . . f V A fr -'U-J 3 2 vi v- L L , gg.. .M . .. 57.1 A V 477 If '--- J -...fn K K in , 41 , Qs.-,V V 1 my X , , , it Mmm... .V ' J if -7 ...Q N fe. wir s Zhi... 4 .i -gi gi we-' if .M-Aa R is - orrr K O L 1 A Q is 1 A -A s... f X ,717 .6 'f' f Wx ..'i:J.?4 w - W - f r.. 'G A .. J ff! Y"f . .'-.ig-jg "J . Lap A -s 'F in R Qi. In ki, ,...,. . ,xi ', A fe .2 :5::.'. 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Dean D. Dc-backer Freshmen DeFazio DeGlou Deprille Detzel Dible Diller Duffln Dugan Ducan Euanich . Falcone Fango Fisher Flinn Fogelhach Foster Frautti Frazier Fretwell Frisina Fritz Galadza Galbrath Gallagher Gryeleak Gelbert Geiger Gieunot Gilkey Gillette fi 5 N ,,"Ai ali , ,l 5555, .X 952 5 S 'Qi if If 'S' .5 we 3 QQ N S3 ssl? 4 nf nk , 55,4 Y, K, 4.12 . l.,'- V ,. :- vi G fi: . . - ' f..-. .93 his K T. DeRoss M. DeSamone G. DeSantis D. DeSarro J. Dopierala D. Double B. Dowclea R. Dudzinsky D. Dylewski B. Dzurko S, Ellis F. Fgyud M. Fasenmyer G. Fields L. Fiscus C. Fisher R. Fontana G. Fordyce S. Fordyce J. Foster M. Frear R. Frederick J. Free J. Freiwald J. Frombach C. Fry D. Fruewirth K. Fuller C. Gans J. Gasparick V. Cass G. Gates J. Geisler G. Getty D. Gerle R. George P. Gilliam V. Greyhosky T. Gosik B. Gray ,sm , Q 6 ..r,, it " J 4 S. 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Musiek N. Myal L. Noel T. Nola D. Novak C. Odelius J. O'Donnell K. O'Leary R. Orner R. Orner J. Osborne D. Partch P. Paterson S. Paterson J. Pegula E. Pentik F. Perry C. Pilotti M. Pini D. Piroli P. Ponticello J. Popovich J. Porter E. Prudente D. Pugliese C. Pulcini E N M :nr s . .gm N . n K . l if Dv X .rf L CP' S' I K 55331 Z, W- 4:- 2 Q? ,wi Y om fi J X Av wax, v V4 K ,ips A in 1 .f ' jg V ' V .... 1:1 , jf? -. ig I "'4 ii , . J' A4 . I 'W 5 L P P, 'R Q . Migl f , K .. A B '-- , . ii E J :Ex J 'U 8' I' N: , . . E2 :le 8 J 5 T. Morgan P. Morrison B. Muir R. Muntean K. Nathan E. Nenieth J. Nestor S. Nishnick C. Novelli J. Novesol L. Nurss A. Nuttall F. Oliver C. Olszewski M. Olynik M. O'Neill S. Otis D. Padarak J. Palmer H. Pantzis P. Patnik P. Patton L. Peckin R. Pegg J. Peterson L. Peterson R. Peterson V. Petri D. Plan N. Pluskota J. Podonski D. Pomeroy K. Poux D. Powell T. Presta M. Pringle J. Puskarich B. Putney S. Rabits H. Rafle A .. . 2 Qff J. 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Their establishment has enabled students to gain the first two years of college training on home ground. This year Dr. Tomas Come of the Science Depart- ment was appointed head of the Shenango Valley Campus and Mr. Francis Johnson assumed the main duties at Warren Freshman Class: FRONT: H. Garrett. B. Deigur. l'. Monk. B. Birvh, B. Niwkolazas, M. Stasky. S. Sanford, N Agresti. 2nd ROIV' C. .-Xllvn. D. Tlioiiipson. G. Fiflimr. T, Hudfuii. S. My-rf. C. Croiisvr. F. Burlvtt. D. Hoyt. 3rd ROW' D, lVlcGrana.han, K. Gereh. li. Schmidt. S. Michavl, M. Livirigsluii. S, Moat:-. A1511 ROW: D. Cozad. .l Stanton, D. Sykes, T. Auchtcfr, D. Davis, C. Fairvliild, P. Dml. Sth ROW: 'l'. Farraghc-r, G. Osborne-. G. DQ-ig:-r J. Butchey, K. McFiggen. B. Callahan. 6111 ROW: lf. Vviniiisky, C. 'I'opci'zn'r. A. Zito. J. Nickolams, S. Skinm-r 7th ROW' C. Sheaslev. T. Sitar. L. Addison. S. Kennedy. G. Nleszaros. W. Williamson. 8th ROW: R. Billioni D. Mohr, T. ,long-5, ,l.'Falkni'r, J. Svliarlni, R. Pvtrvlla. T. Harris. R. Sailor. XY. Riestt-r. lf. Mars. Shenango Valley Center FRONT: Audrey ffhovan und Betty Di-igt-r. Studi-m Sevrifluries. BACK: Dr. Sl1f!HkiIlg0 Valley Center, Student Committee: Sum' Sanford. Shirley Kuzio, Carol Statler. Jim Cairn:-s. Mary Stasky, Larry Currvra. if' Thnnias V. llmne, Dircvtor Bl MQ Sophomore Class: FRONT: A. Chovan. P. Mudrak. A. Seurvell. K. Estman. D. Donlin. A, llimpman. it 1 Q K. Crisan. 2nd ROW? K. Young. M. Selenehik. M. Medved. C. Statler. P. Doolin. .'ir1lR0W': P. Balaske. P. Pitts. E, Kirk- patrick. B. Sutherland. L. Currera. -ith RUW1' Mr. Bess:-r. J. Carnes. R. Berry. D. Wiereinski. T, Pryts. The Shenango Valley Campus offered the residents of the Sharon Area an opportunity to attain a college education and live at home. The primary objeetive of this campus has been to make available a general education at the freshman and sophomore levels to qualified high school graduates. Expansion at the campus has The warm smile of this young lady indiwted her joy in the enrich- ment of her life through a collqqe education. been remarkable. In l96l there were only 37 students enrolled in a regular freshman program and the enrollment has increased to 137 in l964. The expansion of this campus in eongruenee with the growth of the college proper was just another facet in the formulation of the new Edinboro. .KKK tg, 'lf Mr. Frank R. Johnson, Director of the Warren Campus and student secretaries L. Campbell and S. Ryberg discussed progress at the campus. Warren Campus The Warren Campus of Edinboro State College experienced a completely new and progressive change this past year when it moved into its own quarters at the corner of East Street and Third Avenue in Warren. The entire building was redecorated and refurnished on the inside so that several attractive and well-lighted classrooms are available for instruction. In addition, a rapidly expanding library is available for students and instructors. A Student Lounge on the first floor of the building was provided for the convenience of the students. The Basketball team was newly reorganized under the direction of its new coach, Mr. Robert Grimm. The team traveled to various other centers this year as a part of its schedule. Addi- tional spirit was evidenced by the students in their new cheerleading squad which was present at all of the basketball games. The largest enrollment of Warren Cam- pus's short history indicated the new spirit which pervaded Warren Campus this year and was further indicated by many social events. Freshman Class: FRONT? J. Titchner, M. Sterley, C. Perry, J. Herscher, D. Peterson, Dr. Tamhurro, L. Ritchie, P. Carlson, D. Holcomb, W. Fehrenbach. BACK: K. Carl, J. Resse, R. Knopf, J. English, D. Holmberg, R. Teconchuk, R. Peterson. R. Swanson, J. Brunecz, W. Long, E. Smith, D. Sager, P. Black. The starting five members of the newly reorganized campus basketball team are: D. Holcomb, T. Hall, E. Anderson L. Gebhardt, and J. Tinelli. wx stil' 4-0 MBR!! MKS!! 'IE Mitzi "' x 'su Q.-f' I ,g ,v V V. T T l , QL! ff .fn i . ?f,,tg"'f' fj V, , Q 5 1' .-T . lij A ii li l 32? tsfs g . ,J N A .L y. iiiiii . iitit 1 i i .X . Q P Eff. H name, . . y AWN ' - - ? . X Freshman Class Oflhcersz Ray moml Swanson. Prrs.: Jessiva Smith. V. Pre-s.g Sandra Rybf-rg. Sec.g Kenneth Carl. Trans. Sophomore Class Officers: James Tim-Ili. Pres.: Karen Elmquist. V. Pres.: Laurila Campbell. Sec.: James Scalise. Treas. FRONT: S. .-'xmle'rson. Y. MCCartnf'y. C. Svhwanke. B. Atkin. J. Phelps. M. Musantv. ll. Curdak. B. NI2lIlSflPl1l. L. Campbell. K. Elmquist. A. Hyatt. 2nd ROW: Mr. James fVlCNabb. J. Dow. D. Bzuctvr. J. Svalisfi. I. Bailvy, J. Davis, D. Martin. J. Fvrry. R. Crm-athousn, L. Crippen. BACK: J. Fulxo. J. Hamilton, G. Quiggle. J. Pivhuta. FRONT: J. Schwitzer. L. Lucure. 2nd ROW: S. Ryberg, N. Swampson. M. De-mol. R. Barnhart, S. Albaugh. L. Hollabaugh. P. Cross. D. Davis. 3rd RUW- J. Smith, D. Orr. C. Heckman. D. Swartzfager. A. Bean. M. McCoy, D. Smrvkar, K. McNamara. B. Benson. I-I Senior Activities Index -A- Albright, B. PSEA, Psychology Alles, D. Alpha Gamma, Delta, Delta Phi Delta, Mu Kappa Gam- ma, Choir Altenhof, G. Zeta Tau - President, Inter-Sorority Council, PSEA Andersen, K. Rho Sigma Chi Andresky, W. Kappa Delta Phi, Gamma Theta Upsilon Arnold, J. Atwell, L. Collegiate Players, Collegiate Singers, Radio, Club, Spectator Avdellas, G. Freshman Class President, Intramurals, Collegiate Singers Azalos, J. Peopleito People, PSEA, Student Library Association -B- Baker, J. Collegiate Players, PSEA, Band, Kappa Delta Pi Bancroft, T. Shenango Valley Freshman Vice President, Sopho- more Class President, Twentieth Century Club Barkham, H. Phi Sigma Pi, Social Studies Club, Student Faculty Council Barry, Wm. Delta Sigma Phi, PSEA, NEA, Intramurals Beeson, R. Collegiate Players, Collegiate Singers Beitel, D. Social Studies Club, College Radio Station Benim, S. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Psychology Club, PSEA Benko, E. Alpha Phi Omega, Track Benson, T. Berarducci, S. Night Club, Newman Club, PSEA, NEA Bergstrom, B. PSEA Bertschy, C. S. PSEA Bianco, R. PSEA, Newman Club Bingham, S. PSEA, Kappa Delta Pi, College Christian Fellowship Bliley, J. PSEA, Westminster Collegiate Fellowship, Psychology Club Bollinger, B. Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Phi Delta, Program Director WJKB, Student Council Social Committee Bontempo, L. PSEA, English Club, People to People, Psychology Club Bosley, L. Council of Exceptional Children, National Council for Social Studies, Football Bowen, M. Zeta Tau - Secretary, PSEA Bowen, R. Kappa Delta Pi, Social Studies Club Brahm, Z. Alpha Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Phi Delta, A.W.S. Council Brandt, P. PSEA Brawley, J. Kappa Delta Pi, Conneautte Staff, College Christian Fellowship, Speech and Hearing Club Brown, E. Bruce, C. Rho Sigma Chi, Interfraternity Council, Majorettes, Speech and Hearing Club Brumagin, R. Psychology Club, Commuters Club Bruno, D. Alpha Gamma Delta, Newman Club Brydon, B. Twentieth Century Club, Social Studies Club Bufalino, J. Social Studies Club, Intramurals -C- Cable, W. PSEA, Kappa Delta Phi, Beta Beta Beta Cady, W. Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Phi Delta, Psychology Club, PSEA Caiarelli, J. Collegiate Singers, PSEA, Yearbook Staff, Night Club Caldwell, E. Collegiate Players, Rho Sigma Chi, Alpha Phi Ome- a Caiahan, R. Sigma Tau Gamma, Collegiate Players, Alpha Psi Ome- ga Carey, T. PSEA, NCSS, Intramurals Carmen, J. PSEA, Social Studies Club, Newman Club, Intramu- rals Carnes, T. Golf Team, Social Studies Club, Canterbury Club Carothers, R. Delta Sigma Phi - President, Interfraternity Coun- cil, English Club, Spectator Carr, J. Rho Sigma Chi, Intersorority Council Cartwright, P. PSEA, NEA Casler, R. Sigma Tau Gamma - Vice President, Spectator Edi- tor, Intramurals, PSEA Cavanaugh, J. Phi Sigma Pi, Football, Social Studies Club, PSEA Cercone, D. Alpha Phi Omega - Treasurer, PSEA Cermak, G. PSEA, Psychology Club Chaklos, A. Rho Sigma Chi, Folk Dancing Club, PSEA Chiccarino, L. Alpha Gamma Delta, PSEA Cline, D. Social Studies Club, College Christian Fellowship, PSEA, Intramurals Condeluci, Wm. Phi Sigma Pi, English Club, Newman Club, PSEA Connolly, P. Spectator, English Club, Student Council, Phi Sigma Pi Cook, D. Cowan, K. Alpha Gamma Delta, English Club, Collegiate Sing- ers, Spectator Cox, J. Crooks, D. Wesley Foundation, People to People, Earth and Space Science Club Crowe, V. Kappa Delta Pi Culp, S. Council for Exceptional Children, Zeta Tau, PSEA, Wes- ley Fellowship Cunningham, J. Alpha Gamma Delta, Interfraternity Council People to People -D- Daily, J. WJKB Radio - Treasurer, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Social Studies Club Davis, J. Basketball, Speech and Hearing Club, Council for Ex- ceptional Children, Psychology Club Club Day, R. PSEA Deimil, G. PSEA, People to People, Newman Club, Water Safety Instructor Dennis, S. Alpha Gamma Delta - President, Student Faculty Council - Secretary, Interfraternity Council, English CLUB DiCarlo, A. PSEA, Psychology Club, People to People Dick, A. Earth and Space Science Club, Alpha Phi Omega Dickson, C. PSEA, NEA, WAA Dinello, J. Newman Club, Alpha Psi Omega, Psychology Club. Collegiate Players Douglas, J. Drexler, B. Dylewski, M. Newman Club, Rho Sigma Chi -E- Earlley, N. Alpha Gamma Delta, Band, Choir, Mu Kappa Gamma Eberhart, V. Alpha Gamma Delta, Intersorority Council - Presi- dent, Collegiate Players Eiler, R. Intramurals Etter, Wm. Phi Sigma Pi, Social Studies Club, Intramurals Ewing, H. Alpha Phi Omega, PSEA -F- Falce, Wm. Kappa Delta Phi, PSEA Farley, A. Red Cross, Collegiate Singers, PSEA Fedorko, M. PSEA, Rho Sigma Chi, Social Studies Club, AWS Filburn, S. English Club, Psychology Club, Conneautteean Filipos, S, Fish, D. Alpha Gamma Delta, '64 Greek Editor Conneautteean, Collegiate Singers, PSEA Fisher, C. AWS, Alpha Delta, Council of Exceptional Children, PSEA Fitzgerald, F. Collegiate Players, Intramurals, Social Studies Club Forsyth, N. AWS, Psychology Club, PSEA Franke, F. Fulton, R. PSEA, Sigma Tau Gamma, Newman Club Fusetti, J. Basketball, E - Club, PSEA, Intramurals -Q- Galicia, L. English Club - Secretary Treasurer, PSEA, People to People Gall, H. Social Studies Club Gamble, J. Collegiate Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Spectator Gardner, J. Northwstern Speech and Hearing Association, PSEA, People to People, Council of Exceptional Children Garnon, F. Delta Sigma Phi - Treasurer, Beta Beta Beta Gatter, A. PSEA Gebhardt, R. Band. Intramurals. PSEA, NCSS Geisinger, J. Alpha Phi Omiga, Intramurals, Choir, Wrestling Geller, S. Alpha Gamma Delta Geller, Wm. Phi Sigma Pi Gibson, D. Kappa Delta Pi, Social Studies Club PSEA, NEA Girardi, N. Football, Phi Sigma Phi, E-CLUB, Intramurals Glas, M. Glass, C. PSEA, Conneautteean, Speech Club, Council of Excep- tional Children Grifhth, M. Alpha Delta, English Club Grignol, M. Golf Team, Intramurals Grinnell, A. Rho Sigma Chi, Girls' Intramurals Gross, S. Spectator, PSEA, Resident Assistant Grove, L. Guarnieri, J. PSEA, Newman Club -H- Habay, M. Collegiate Singers, AWS, Collegiate Players, Newman Club Halcombe, J. PSEA, NEA HaH, J. Student Council Representative, PSEA, NEA Hall, L. Sigma Tau Gamma, Gamma Theta Upsilon Hamilton, J. Council of Exceptional Children, PSEA, NEA, Psy- chology Club Hamilton, K. Spectator, PSEA Hanks, C. Alpha Phi Omega, Senior Class Vice President, PSEA Harris, Y. Resident Assistant, Choir, Dorm President Harthan, C. Hatch, B. Sigma Tau Gamma, Council of Exceptional Children, Psychology Club, Choir Hathaway, J. Collegiate Singers Hatton, E. Council for Exceptional Children - Treasurer, PSEA, Psychology Club, Newman Club - Treasurer Hawker, R. Band, PSEA, Psychology Club, Lutheran Student As- sociation Hays, K. Kappa Delta Phi, PSEA. Social Studies Club Hepburn, H. Collegiate Singers Social Studies Club, PSEA, NEA Heckman, T. PSEA, NEA, Council for Exceptional Chldren, Speech and Hearing Club Highfield, B. Intramurals, PSEA, Geography Club, Student Coun- cil Hixson, M. Alpha Gamma Delta, Council for Exceptional Chil- dren, Newman Club, Alpha Psi Omega - Secretary Hoffman, J. Intramurals, PSEA, Psychology Club, Beta Beta Beta Hogue, R. Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Phi Delta, P60ple to Peo- ple, Conneautteean 181 Hollenbaugh, N. PSEA, Resident Assistant, Newman Club Holmes, A. PSEA Holmes, J. Social Studies Club, Band, Spectator - Make-up Edi- tor Holt, D. Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Phi, Mu Kappa Gamma Choir Homich, A. Alpha Delta, Council for Exceptional Children, Psy- chology Club, Spectator Hopkins, V. PSEA, Rho Sigma Chi Horvath, S. Alpha Delta, Speech and Hearing Club - Secretary, PSEA, NEA Hotchkiss, S. PSEA, Alpha Gamma Delta, Commuter Queen, Student Council. Hower, C. PSEA -J- Jack, J. Alpha Gamma Delta, People-to-People, Collegiate Sing- ers, PSEA Jackson, P. Wesley Fellowship, Sec., Psychology, NEA, PSEA Johnson, M. PSEA Psychology Johnson, R. Alpha Phi Omega, Intramurals, Psychology, Wres- tling Johnson, S. Spectator, Collegiate Players Johnston, L. Pres. - PSEA, Zeta Tau, Student Handbook editor, Mu Kappa Gamma Johnston, N. Band Johnston, W. Kappa Delta Phi, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Intramu- rals -K- Kean, E. House pres. - AWS, English club Kelly, P. Delta Phi Delta, Psychology Club, English Club, PSEA Kinney, W. Social Studies, Club, PSEA, Newman Club, Intramu- rals Kiser, N. Conneautteean Klingle, B. Vice Pres. - Zeta Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Wesley Fel- lowship, PSEA Klinkhamer, S. Klobusnik, B. J. Alpha Delta, Interfraternity Council, AWS, PSEA Knopick, G. Social Studies Club, Sports, Dorm Council Knuth, P. Sigma Tau Gamma, Psychology Club, Earth and Space Science Club, PSEA Kocher, C. English Club, PSEA, Conneautteean Kowalski, G. PSEA, Wornen's Athletic Association Newman Club Krindler, J. Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, Chorus, Science Congress Krivanak, P. PSEA Kroll, S. Pres. - Alpha Delta, Delta Phi Delta, AWS, PSEA Kronenwetter, R. Kiltie Fins, Delta Phi Delta, Rho Sigma Chi, Newman Club 9 Krzysiek, A. Alpha Delta, Pres. - People-to-People, Student Fac- ulty Council, Spectator Kuehner, A. Kuzma, R. Collegiate Singers, Conneautteean, PSEA -L- Labonowski, F. Intramurals LaScola, J. Kappa Delta Phi, Social Studies Club, PSEA, Intra- murals Laughner, J. AWS - Vice Pres., Majorette, editor of student handbook, Collegiate Singers Ledney, D. Psychology Club, AWS Screening Comm. Legger, M. PSEA, Newman Club Legters, J. Choir, Intramurals, Social Studies club, Golf Leitschaft, B. Alpha Gamma Delta Lesak, G. PSEA, Intramurals Leskovich, J. Social Studies Club, Intramurals, Football, Basket- ball Leslie, N. Social Studies Club, Kappa Delta Phi, PSEA, Col- legiate Singers Liemer, L. PSEA, NEA, Sciencae Fair Livingston, G. Psychology Club, PSEA, Wesley Foundation Lackey, I... Mu Kappa Gamma, Collegiate Singers, Track, Kil- tie Fins Lois, M. A. Delta Phi Delta,Alpha Delta, AWS, PSEA Longo, J. Phi Sigma Pi, English Club, Homecoming committee, Spectator Lucas, G. Zeta Tau, IFC - Vice Pres., Northwestern Region of PSEA, People-to-People, Student Sec. Lucas, N. Collegiate Singers, Psychology Club, 20th Century Club Lundberg, H. Majorette, NEA Lytle, S. PSEA, Women's Athletic Association, People-to-People -M- Mcardle, W. Spectator, PSEA, Intramurals McCalmon, D. English Club, T.V. Studio, Edinboro Collegiate Players McCaughan R. Delta Sigma Phi, Band McElhinny, D. Intramurals, PSEA, NEA McGough, R. Phi Sigma Pi, Mu Kappa Gamma, Intramurals, Band McKinney, R. A. PSEA, English Club, People-to-People, Col- legiate Players Malec, P. Delta Phi Delta, Alpha Delta, Student Resident Assist ant, PSEA Maloney, D. Student Faculty Council, PSEA Mamros, G. Phi Sigma Pi, Gamma Theta Upsilon, PSEA Mamros, G. Phi Sigma Pi, Varsity Football, PSEA Marshall, J. Varsity Basketball, Phi Sigma Pi, "En Club, PSEA Marshall, J. Alpha Psi Omega, People-to-People, Speech and Hearing Club, Beaux Strategam Martin, P. PSEA, NEA, Kappa Delta Pi Matthews, W. Beta Beta Beta Maziarz, S. PSEA, NEA Mazur, R. PSEA, Spectator, Earth and Space Science Club Mikolajczyk, J. Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Phi Delta Milliron, R. PSEA, NEA, Council of Exceptional Children Miscick, V. Spectator, Newman Club, PSEA, Student Resident Assistant Mishurda, M. A. Kappa Delta Pi, Rho Sigma Chi, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Psychology Club Mitchell, D. Judson Club, PBSM State Treas., Student Library Ass., Pres., Intramurals ' Mitchell, K. Collegiate Singers, Collegiate Players, PSEA Morau, P. Collegiate Players, PSEA, Intramurals Morgan, T. PSEA, NEA, People-to-People,Alpha Phi Omega Moromwich, J. PSEA, NEA, Newman Club Morrison, D. Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Singers, PSEA, NEA Mowry, K. Munz, N. PSEA, Alpha Delta, Psychology Club, Newman Club Murphy, A. Zeta Tau Myer, J. E. Spectator, Dorm Council, English Club, PSEA -N- Nagy, C. People to People, Heather Executive Council, PSEA Nemchik, R. Intramurals, Psychology Club, PSEA, NEA Nicks, M. Alpha Phi Omega Novotny, R. 1 -0- Oglevee, R. Intramurals Ogren, S. R. Sigma Tau Gamma, Spectator, Psychology Club, In- tramurals Osborn, G. Delta Phi Delta -P- Pace, S. Art Department Exhibit Committee, Student Council, Sophomore Class Oflicer, PSEA Palmer, S. Patrick, R. Phi Sigma Pi Patterson, D. E-Club, Track Payer, A. PSEA, Intramurals Payne, R. Marching Band, Spectator, Commuter President, Con- Peterson, R. Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Spectator Editor, Intramurals Petruna, E. Cheerleader, Council of Exceptional Children Pflaum, M. Student Council, Council of Exceptional, PSEA Piotrowicz, T. Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma Theta Upsilon, PSEA Pollifrone, R. Alpha Phi Omega, PSEA, NEA, Intramurals Pomorski, C. PSEA, Psychology Club Powers, C. PSEA, NEA, Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals Purpich, H. Collegiate Players, Alpha Psi Omega - Secretary, Treasurer, Band - Vice President, Secretary, Collegiate Sing- ers -R- Ragusa, A. Psychology Club, Speech and Hearing Club, PSEA, NEA Raybuck, M. A. 'PSEA, Earth and Space Science Club, Social Studies Club Rayl, R. E-Club, Golf Team, Chairman for E-Club Ball Richardson, J. Intramurals, Spectator Ristvey, G. Roberts, N. PSEA, NEA, Psychology Club Romaniszyn, M. Junior and Senior Class Treasurer, Vice Presi- dent, Newman Club, E-Club, Wrestling - Co-Captain Rosa, P. Alpha Gamma Delta, Mu Kappa Gamma, Collegiate Singers, Speech and Hearing Club - Treasurer Ruda, I. Alpha Gamma Delta - Social Chairman, Majorette, Stu- dent Ambassador People to People, Newman Club -5- Samoy, D. Chorus, Mu Kappa Gamma, Women's Editor of Spectator Sanborn, J. Earth and Space Science Club, PSEA, NEA Sanner, M. L. Speech and Hearing Club, Council of Exceptional Children, PSEA Santelli, P. PSEA Schwab, D. Scott, H. Football, Vice President of E-Cl11b, Geography Club Scott, K. Gamma Theta Upsilon - President, Alpha Phi Omega - Recording Secretary, Intramurals, Freshman Orientation Committee Scott, N. Council of Exceptional Children, Chorus Seib, S. Alpha Gamma Delta, Homecoming Attendant, People to People, IFC Ball Queenis Court Semple, T. PSEA, NEA, Commuters Club Shaw, A. Sigma Tau Gamma, Spectator Shea, N. Intramurals, Collegiate Players, PSEA Cert Band Sherred, J. Kappa Delta Pi, Commuter President, NEA, PSEA Perry, S. Alpha Delta, AWS Council, COUDCH Of EXCCPUOHHI Chil' Shields, H. Student-Faculty Council, Intramurals, Sports Publicist dren of Spectator, Campus Radio Station Petchel, D. Basketball, Football, E-Club, Phi Sigma Pi Shontz, A. Kappa Delta Pi, PSEA - Vice President, Westmin- Peterson. B. Delta Phi Delta, PSEA ster Collegiate Fellowship - Secretary, Psychology Club Petersen, D. E-Club, Speech and Hearing Club, Psychology Shontz, L. Kappa Delta Pi, PSEA, Westminster Collegiate Fel- Club, Intramurals lowship - Vice President, Psychology Club Shorts, G. Sims, E. Greek Weekend, PSEA, Spectator, English Club Smith, C. NEA Smith, J. PSEA, Zeta Tau - Treasurer Smith, K. Resident Assistant, Chorus, PSEA, People to People Smith, Wm. Alpha Phi Omega, PSEA, NEA, Intramurals Smolenski, I. Phi Sigma Pi - Secretary, Outstanding Senior Award, Delta Phi Delta - President, Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities Soderquist, R. L. Alpha Delta, Kappa Delta Pi Solero, R. Intramurals, Spectator Solomon, L. Intramurals, PSEA Spaulding B. Alpha Delta, PSEA, NEA Sprucebank, S. Spectator, Rho Sigma Chi, Publications Board - Secretary, Drill Team - Captain Stanford, Wm. Delta Sigma Phi, PSEA,WJKB Radio, Intramurals Stautfer, S. PSEA, Band, Psychology Club Stefonides, J. Phi Sigma Pi, Student Council, Intramurals, Dorm Council Stewart, A, Stewart, R. Council of Exceptional Children, NEA Stitt, S. Psychology Club, PSEA, NEA, Conneautteean Strunk, B. Alpha Delta, Delta Phi Delta, AWS, Phi Sigma Pi Sweetheart Sturtevant, R. Conneautteean, Kappa Delta Pi, PSEA Summerly, Wm. Social Studies Club, Intramurals, PSEA Swift, T. Alpha Phi Omega Swogger, F. Psychology Club, Chess Club, Collegiate Singers, Twentieth Century Club Sylvester, F. Social Studies Club, PSEA, NEA, Newman Club -T- Talbot, P. PSEA, People to People Tamburri, D. Kappa Delta Phi, Social Studies Club, Intramurals, lnterfraternity Council Taylor, F. PSEA, NEA Taylor, L. Taylor, L. H. Alpha Phi Omega, Orientation Committee Terrell, R. Band - President, Mu Kappa Gamma, Intramurals Thumm, J. Chorus, English Club Tiedy, T. Alpha Delta, Resident Assistant, Council of Exceptional Children, PSEA Towle, J. Tozier, W. Kappa Delta Resident Assistant, Council of Ex- ceptional Children, PSEA Towle, J. Tozier, W. 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Spectator Society ed., Conneautteean Senior and Underclassmen ed., People-to-People, Alpha Phi Omega sweetheart. Winslow, B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, PSEA, NEA Woodring, J. -Y- Yajko, T. Band, Mu Kappa Gamma, Student-faculty Council Yaklich, R. Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Tau Gamma Yoko, R. Psychology Club, Collegiate Players, PSEA, NEA EZ, Zahniser, P. PSEA, Newman Club, English Club, People-to-Peo- le Zavalizky, M. A. Zeta Tau, PSEA, Heather Dorm Council Zirkle, M. Zirkle, R. Zuck, R. Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals READERS' GUIDE AWS - - ----4'-4AA- Association of Women Students CEC V - 4 . V Council of Exceptional Children IFC V - - V - ---.--- lnterfraternity Council NEA - - V....... National Education Association PSEA . - - - - Pennsylvania Student Education Association WAA V V . . . . . Women's Athletic Associat Abata, E. . . . Abbondaza, .l . ...150 Abbott, V. . . ....., .164 Abert, S. . . . . .34-,54,63,150 Abraham, 5. - -----.. 157 Acklin, C. . ...... 164- Adam, J. . . . . . 94. Adams, D. - . -164 Adamson, P. . .164- Adams, J. . . . .164 Adler, E. . . - .150 Aiello, .l. . . .150 Akalin. N. . . .164 Albitz, W. . , .164 Albright, B, . . .150 Alexander, G. . .157 Allegretti, A. , .164 Alles, D. , . . .124 Allison, D. . . . ..., . . .150 Allshouse, M. ..... 157,51 Allsopp, M. . 28,34-,52,68,150 Altenburg, D. ....... 164 Altenhof, C. . ,124 Amaditz, C. . . . .164 Ambill, M. , , .164 Ammann, J. . , .150 Anderson, C. . . .31,150 Anderson, J. . . .164 Anderson, K. . . .124 Anderson, K. . ,164 Anderson, K. - .164 Anderson, M. - -157 Anderson, N. - -164 Anderson, N. - -157 Anderson, P. - -164 Anderson, R. ...-. 150 Anderson, T. . - .150,4-7 Andresky, W. . . .124,34 Andrews, D. - 4 4157.48 Andrzewski, C. . .... 157 Anekite, M. . - - . - .150 Angotti, C. - . . -157,40 Angotti, L. - - .... 150 Angu5, . . . . . . Anspach, C. . - - - 29.94.164 Ansparh, li. ' ' ' 157-42 Anthony, C. . - - - - -164 Aquadra, N. -4--'-- 164 Armstrong, E. . - . Arnold, J. C. Arnold, J. l. 35,48,64,65,150 . . . . 437,150 , . .124 Atwell, L. . . . . 124,11-7,46,150.40 Avdellas, C. - - - - - August, B. . . - - Aversa, J. . . . . Augustino, M. Ayres, E. . . Azalos, J. . . Baatz, P. . . Babb, K. , . Baehr, L, . . Baglini, J. . , Bahl. W. . . Baiera, J. - . Baier, L. . . Baird, V. . . Bajza, 5. - . ....124 4-355,150 . . . .164 . .l57,74 . . . .164 . . .124 -..157 . . , .164 34,613,150 .-.164 , . .159 ...164 . . .157 ...150 . . .164 Baker, C. . . . . -164 Baker, J. -.-- - - .124 Baker, L. W. .,.. 157 Baker, R. W. . . . . .74,157 Baker, R. M. .-.- 164 Baldwin, . . . . .35,52,73,150 Balizet, W. . . - . . Ball. P. ... Banasmlc, J. . . Bancroft. T, . - Bankhead. D. . . Bannister, D. . . Barber. D. . . Barber, H. - Barber, K. . Barker, H. . Barkham, H.. . Barney, B. . . Barnhart, W. . . - Barrett, R. - . - Barretta, A. . . Barry, W .... Barthelmes, C. Bartholomew, S. - Barto, D. -... Barto, W. . . Barroleni. J. - Bartolo, A. . Barton. R. - Bastin, R. - . Bates, D. . . Battin, J. . . Battin, C. - . Bavas, S. . . ....157 ..,.l50 . . 84,88 . . .124 .. 157 . , .150 .. l6L . . . .157 ..157,59 ,..124- ...164 .,.84,86 -.78,l50 ....157 ...67 . . .157 ...150 .,..164 . . 150,70 ....159 ...150 M164 -164 , . .157 ..-164 ...150 ...150 Bayley, A. - - . - .164 Beach, M. - - . . .164 Bealty, . . . . . Beack, E. . . . . .159,35 Becker, B. . - . . . -164 Beckwith, P. . - - . .78,164 Bednar, C. - . - - .150 Beeson, Ri - - . . .124 Beitel, D. . - - . -124 Bemiss, J. - - - .157 Benedict, J. . . - - -150 Bengstonhl, . . , , ,150 Benim, S. . . . .125 Benko, E. . . . .125 Benzing, C. . . . . .164 Berarducci, S. . . -... 125 Berent, D. - - . - - . 58,150 Bergamasco, F. . . - . . .150 Berger, WI. . . . . . .150 Bergstrom, R. - . . - .125 Berry, K, . . . . . .150 Bertschy, C. . - . . .125 Beuchert, M. - . . . . .164 Bialik, 1. . - . . . 150,51 Bianchi, G. . - . . .157 Bianco, R. . . . . .125 Bierline, M. . . . . ,150 Biggin, R. . . . ,125 Bilinski. J. , . , . .157 Billak, A. . . . . .150 Bird, S. . , . . .150 B11-0, D ,... ..... 1 64 Bisceglia, F. . . . .157.78 Bishop, L. . - - -164 Bitsko, G. - - - - -150 Black, E. . - - - -150 Black, S. . - . . . -164 Blair, . . . . . . Blair, R. ---. . . -157,74 Blazejewski, T. . - .--. 150 Bleutge, - - - - - .164 Bliley, J. . . . . - -125 Blistan, O. - . . - . . -164 Bloomquist, R. . - . . . 164,78 Blom, S ...... . . .157 Bober, M .... . . .164 Bock, J ...- - - .164 Bodamer, C. . - - .164 Bodnar, J. - - . -164 Bodnar, M. . - - - .157 Bogdanich, D. . . . -150 Bogert, L .-.. . . .164- Bolchazi, K .-.- . - -164- Bollinger,W. Bollman, B. Bonanti, W. Bond, J, . Bonello, R. Bongiovan ni, Bonner, K. Bontempo, L. Borger, J. Bosley, L. . . , , , Bostaph, S. Bon, C. . . . Boutwell, D Bowen, J. . . Bowen, M. Bowen, R. C. . Bowen, R. L... Boyce, B. . . . Boyce, H. . . Boyd, B. . . Boyd, C. . . Boylan, M. Boyko, . . J. P. Bozic, . . Bracco, F. Braden, H. Braden, J, . Bradish, M. Brady, C. . , Brady, J. Brahm, Z, . Bramer, D. Brandell, D. Brandt, P. Brashley, P. Brawley, J. Brashley, P. Brawley, J. Brennan, M Brenner, J. Brest, D. Brickner, K. Brindle, S. Brnilovich, G.. Brogdon, D. Brogdon, M Broge, L. . Brojek, C. Brooks, M. Browand, N Brower, C. Brown, D. L. Brown, D. J. ...125 ...164 V V V164,45 ....7g ...164 V-V157 . . . . . . .125 .....157,59 125,50,78,80,81 V V V157,35 . . . .157 . . .125,59 V V V V126 , , .164 . . .164 . , .157 , , . .157 . . 164,44 . . , .150 4 4 4157 . . .164 . , .157 V 4 -164- V V -164 V V V157 . . .164 . . .164 V . .126 . . . .165 . . .165,78 . . .126 . , .150 . . .126 . . .150 . . .126 . . . 165 . . .157,94 . . . .150 . , .150 . . .150 . . .157 V . V165 V V .165 . . . .157 V V V157,73 , . .165 . . . .150 . . .157,63 . . . .150 ...165 Brown, E. A Brown, J. F. Brown, J. R. . . Brown, J. A. . Brown, M. M. Brown, N. Brown, P, . Brown, T . Brown, W. Browning, R Brozenich, C Bruce, C. V Bruich, N. Brumagin, C Brumagin, R Bruno, D. C. Bruno, D. T. . Y.. . L.. E... Brydon, B. . Bubash, F. . Bucille, R. . Buck, H. . . Buckheit, R. Buerkle, B, . Bufalino, J, . Buhl, E. . . Burgett, D, . Burke, B. V . Burke, D. . . Burke, M. V Burnette, D. Burnett, J. . Burns, H. . . Burns, W. . Burt, M. . . Busch, C. . . Busch, R. . . Bushnell, K. Buttermorv, Byler, D. . . Cable, W. . Cady, B, . Cady, W, . . Caiarelli, J. . Caldwell, D. Caldwell, E, . Caldwell, L. Caldwell, L. Caldwell, S. . Callahan, B. . Callahan, N. ....126 V 157,11-2,43 V V V165,47 V V .157 . . .165 . . . . .165 V 157,35,64 . . . . .165 V V V157,67 35,4-9,53,73 . . . . .165 V V126,61 . . .165 . . .165 . . .126 . . ,150 . . .126 V V -126 . . . . .150 150,35,52,73 . . . . .165 V V 157,78 . . .150,58 . . . . .126 . , . . .157 150,55,68,69 V 150,35,64- V V V150,53 . . . . . 78 V 150,34,68 . . . . .165 . . .157 . . . . .157 . . . . .165 V 157,35,64 V V V V V157 V V 157,44 . . . . .157 V 165,29,47 . 126,34,55 . . . . .165 V 126,511,74- . . . . .126 . . .159,35 V 126,55,61 . . .157 .150 V V V157,51 V V .47,150 . . .165 Callahan, R. V127,35,55,73 Callo, S. V . . .165,45 Calvano, F. ..... 157 Camp, D. V . . .150 Campbell, B. . .164.,4.5 Campbell, J. ..... 157 Canon, R. V . 150,34.,78 Capriotti, JV .... 74 Capron, L. . . .157 Caputo, Y. . . .165 Cares, M. V . . .150 Caretti, J, . , , ,165 Carey, T. V . . .127 Carlen, H. . . . 35 Carlson, F. . . .165 Carlson, N. . , 165,45 Carmen, L. , , ,165 Carmosino, P ...V . . .165 Carmen, J. , , ,127 Carnahan, G. . . .157 Carnes, T. . . .127 Carothers, R. . . .127 Carozza, J. . . .165 Carpenter, C. . . .157 Carpenter, J. . . .165 Carr, C. V V . .165,44 Carr, J. V 4 . .127,61 Carr, L. . . , , -165 Carroll, D. . .165,78 Carroll, R. . . .165 Carter, M. . . .165 Cartwright, P .... . . .127 Case, J. . . . . 82 Cashdollar, W ..... 150 Caslen R- 4 127,l8,35,73 Cass, J. V . ..... 157,78 Casteel, P. , , , 157767 Caswell, S. , , 4157 Catherman, C. . . , .150,48 Cavanaugh, J. , , ,127 Cerone, D. I . -127 Cermak, C. , , ,127 Cermak, J. , , .150 Cervone, J. , , -150 Cessna, E. , I .150 Chaklos, A. , A ,127 Chaklos, L. ,,,,, 150 Chandler, B. ,,,,, 157 Chapels. TV V . V .157,70,94,98,99 Check, J. . . ..... 477151,46 Chiccarino, L. V . ,,,, ,127 Chieffo, E. . . '.-4 151 Chisholm, . . . ' 160,52 Chizmar, D. . . . -165 Chizmar, S. . . - - - - -157 Chludzinski, C. .... 165 Chriest, M. . - - .151 Christensen, J. .... 165 Chromik, J. ---- .... 1 65 Chrzanowski, C. - -..,. 157 Chulack, P. 4 . . - - Ciak, J. -.- Cielecy, M. . . - - Cieless, E. . . - Clark, C. . - Clark, M. . . Clark, N. . . Clark, R. . . Clarke, S. . - . Clawson, W. Cline, D. . - Cline, J .--. Coburn, K. . Cochran, L. . . Cogswell, L. Claguori, V. . Cole, L. ... Coleman, J. . - - . .1oo,57 157,34,68 . . . .150 . . .9298 . . . .158 . . .165.47 ....165 . . .155,49 . . . .158 . . .158 . . .127 . . .165 . . .165 ...165 ...151 ...165 ....165 . . 151,78 Collar, K. . . . . .164- Collins, W. . . . .160 Combs, C. . . ..., .165 Como, J. - - 158,84,88 Comport, J. - - ,-A-. .158 Condeluci, W. lm.-28,53 Conley, J ...4 --..-- 1 58 Connelly, B. . .151,34 Connolly, B. ...- 165 Connolly, J .--. . - - 158,51 Connolly, K. -..- 165 Connolly, P. . 4 . . .128,53 Conti, J. . . - . . .151,58 Cook, J. W. . ...... 165 Cook, J .... 151,43-.55 Cook, J. C. . , ..... .165 Cooper, M. . . ....... 151 C0pe,C,... Copeland, S. Coppola, F. . . . 158,41-1,48 .. ..... 150 . . 151,93 Corbett, G. . . . . .158,70 Cornell, B. . . . . .165,4-7 Correll, .1 .... ---- 1 51 Coughlin, L. . . . . .158 Courtney, A. - . -158 Cowan, K. . . . .128 Crawford, A. . - - - -151 Crawford, D. . . . . .165 Crissman, C. . - ...- 165 Crissman, S. - . -.-- 151 Cronmiller, P. - ---.- 151 Crook, M .... . - 158,35,64 Crooks, D. . . ----. 128 Cross, C. . . - . - - .158 Crowe, K ..-. ---- 1 58 Crowe, V. - -..- 128 Crupie, J. . . . V , 83,78 Cubbison, A. . . . . .165,44 Cuffia, J. . . - . . -55,44 Culp, S. ..... .... 1 28 Cunningham, C. . ..-4 158 Cunningham, J. . . .... 128 Curry, R. ---- -.'- 1 58 Cyphert, L. . . . . . .158 Czech, A. . . . . - .158 .. D - Daily, J, . . .128 Dalton, K. . . . -165 Dalzell, B. . . . . .151 Dalrymple, L. . . . .158 Damcott, H. - - . .158 Darnico, L. . . - .165 Dangelo, J. . . . . . .158 Danielson, A. . . .--. 165 Danver, J. . . . .151 Davenport, P. . . . 165 Davenport, T. . . - . -151 David, J. - .--.- 158 Davies, J. - . . .158,35 Davis, D. . .--- 165 Davis, G. . . . .151,74 Davis, J. E. . , . . 128,84-,85 Davis,J.P... Davis, K. . . .165 Dawson, J. . . -..- 151 Dawson, S. . . . . . .158 Dean, P. . .... 165 Deaver, D. . . - - . .158 Debacker, D. . . .... 165 Decaria, V. . . . . .151,35 Decker, B. . . --.- 151 Defazio, M. . . - .166 Deglau, E. . . . .166 Deimel, C. . -... 128 Delong, R. . . . . . .158,68 Demarchi, T. . . ...- 151 Demchak, S. . . - . .158 Demmer, D. . . . . .158 Dempsey, D. . . . . .158 187 Dennis, S. . Depascale, L. . - Deplatchett, N. . - - - - Deprille, M. . . - - Deramo, D. . - - Dermitt, E. . Deross, T. . Desarro, D. . Desantis, C. . Desmone, M. . Detzel, A. . . Devore, E. - - Devereaux G. - Dey, R. . . . Dible, D. . Dicarlo, A. . Dick, A. . . Dickson, C. . . - . Dietrich, J- ---- - - - - Digiacomo, A. Diller, B. - . Dilley, J. - - Dimasi, S. . Dinello, J. - Disalvo, J. - Disante, A. . Ditullio, D. . Dodds, W. . . Dodsworth, M. - Donnachie, R. Dopeirala, J. Dorwart, J. - Double, M. . Dougan, E. . Dougherty, D. Douglas, J. L. Douglas, J. R. . Dowden, B. . Drake, B. . . Drake, R. . . Drake, M. . . Drexler, M. . Dubulis, E. . Dudzinsky, R. Dufhn, A. . . Dugan, B. . . Dukovich, E. Dunbar, E. . Dunbar, W. . Duncan, L. . Dunkerley, R. Durand, F. . ...128 Depasse, V. . . - - .151,35,64,39 . . .166,47 . . .151,53 . . . ,158 , . .166 . . .166 . . .166 . . .166 . . .166 . . .151 . . .158 . . .128 . . .166 . . .128 . . . . .129 . . . . .129 158,44-,64-.94 . . . . .160 . . .35,73 . . . .151 ...151,34,68 . . 158,67 . .1s8,78 . .1s8,67 . . . . .151 . . .158,67 . . . .166 . . , .158 . . . . .166 .84-,89,158 . . . . .151 . . . .129 . . . .158 . . . . .166 .4-7,158,116 . , .151,74 . . . .151 . . . . .129 . . . 151,154,64- .....166 ...166,29 ...166,47 ....151 ...151 ....158 ...166,44 . 47,158,416 . , . . .151 Dylewski, D. Dylewski, M. Dzubak, G. . Dzurko, R. - Earlley, N. V Eberhart, V. Eberl, L. . . Eberle, E. . - Eccles, J. . . Edwards, J. . . - ....166 ---129,61 .....151 .84,88,91,166 --.129 . . 129,64 - . 151,47 . .158,70 ...158 .....151 Eggleston, J. . 34-,68,151 Egyud, F. . . - V - .166 Eiler, R. . . - - -129 Ekdahl, L. --4- 151 Ellis, S. .... ,... 1 66 Ellsworth, M. 4--- 151 Emch, R. . . . ..... . .151 Ende, J .--- . . -151,40,53,67 Ermi, L. V . ...... 151 Ervin, L. . . . . .151 Etter, W. . . . .129 Eves, A. . . . .158 Evancho, J. . . . ,158 Evanich, L. . . . .166 Ewing, D. . . . . .151 Ewing, H. ..... 129 Eyih, M. - . . 151,35,73 Faber, T. . . . .151,34- Faddis, R. . - - -151 Fait, M. - 4 - - .151 Falce, W. . . - - -129 Falcone, M. . . - . -166 Fargo, D. - . . . .4-7,166 Farley, A. - . 4 . .129 Farver, M. - . . - V . 4 .151 Fasenmyer, C. . . . .166,4-4 Faust, C. - . 4 .... . -151 Fedorko, M. . - . - 129,60,61 Feher, E. . . . . . 151,55,44. Ferraro, J. . . . 4 -158,78 Fields, G. . . . . .166 Filburn, S. . . 4130 Filipos, S. . - . . -130 Finnucan, J. - . .158 Fischer, N. . . . . .151 Fischer, W. . - 4 51 Fiscus, L. . . - . -166,78 Fish, D. . . Fisher, C. A. - . Fisher, C. . Fisher, L. L. Fisher, L. M Fisher, S. . Fitzgerald, F. . . Flack, F. . Fleck, R. . Fleming, J. Flinn, G. 4 Fogleboch, S. V . Foht, C. . 4 Folmer, M. Fontana, R. Foos, K. . Forbes, K. . Fordyce, S. Fordyce, G. Foreman, W. Formosa, R. Ford, E. . Forrester, M. Forsyth, N. Forsythe, C. Fortunes, D. Foster, J. - Foster, K. . Fowler, J. - Fox, B. 4 - Franke, F. Frantti, G. Fratto, R. . Fratus, B. . Frazier, N. Frear, M. - Frederick, R. Free, J. E. Freeland, J. Freiwald, J. Fretwell, N, Frey, B. . . Frei, K. . . Frisina, D. Fritz, G. - Fritz, P. . Frombach, J. Fry, C. . . Fuller, J. - Fulton, R. Funk, G. . Fusetti, J, - Fyke, G. . --..130 . -166,47 . .130,34 - . .166 . . .151 . . .158 4 . .130 . . .158 . V .151 . . .151 . . .166 . . .166 . . V151 . . .158 . . .166 . . .158 .. 151 V - .166 - . .166 . .151,53 . .151,78 . . .158 V - .151 . . .130 - .151,4-3 . . .151 . . .166 . . V166 . . .158 . 4 4 -151 .13O,4-8,151 15 . . . .166 . . .158 . .152,67 . . .166 . . .166 . . .166 . . .166 . .158,35 . .166,44 . . . .166 152,54,63 . . . .158 - . -166 . . ,158 - . .166 . . .166 - .166,34 . . .166 . . .130 . V - .158 - -130,84 2,47,50,4-6 Gacka, R. - Gahagan, J. Galadza, I. Galbraith, J. Galicia, L. Gall, H. . . Galla, J. . . Gallagher, K. - . Gallagher, S. Gallina, D. Gamble, J. Gans, C. - Gardner, J. Garnon, F. Garnon, J. Gasparik, G. Gass, V. - Gates, G. . Gates S. - Gatter, A. . Gealy, M. . Gebhardt, R. Gee, C. - 4 Geiger, L. . Geiser, J. 4 Geisinger, J. Geisler, J. . Gellerf S. . . Geller, W. Gentile, F . George, R. Gerard, B. Gerhart, R. Gerle, U. . - Getty, G. . - Gibbs, B. . . Gibson, D. Gibson, R. Gidders, D. Giewant, P. Gilbert, K. Gilkey, E. G. . . Gilkey, E. C. . . Gilkey, P. . Gilliam, P. Gillete, C. - Gillis, J. . Gilson, B. - Girardi, N. Girardi, J. Glas, M. - --.158,70 . - . .152 .-.166 - . 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Zirkle, M .--A Zirkle, R. - A - Zonarich, U. Zuck, R. . - A Zunic, J. V Zupancic, J. - . . . .14-7,44 . . .14-7,35 ....-173 .....173 . 35,644,163 . . . . .156 . . . . .156 . 156,47,55 . . . 43,59 . . A .156 - .173 . . .156,70 . . . .147 . . 173,44 . . . . .156 . 147,58,59 . . . . .163 . . 163,35 . 156,410.4-1 . . . . .156 . . .166,94 . . . .173 . .147 . . .147 . . . A156 . . -147,67 . . . . .163 A 163,35,64 .. ,. W. . Marilyn Okris John Kokoski Pat Williams . SandlUrda V - Annumarir Scalzitti - Linda Rupp V Frank Sohota - lim Lefever V Sally Giesler - Cynthia Pormorski Virginia Shank Julie Brown John Gcisinger Stella Koji-l Nedra White Richard Sturtovant Carol Cope V 4 Georgene Brnilovich Paul Zellcm - Dave Keefcr Jerrv be-nnwitz Johwraui Lorei stunt., Publication Board mir is ra ion A CKNO WLEDGEM EN TS Editor V 4 Associate Editor . V Untlr-rn'l.issman Editor - - Senior Editor - Organization Editor V V - - Gnu-k Editor t - Sports Editor - - Index Editor - - Literary Editors .,..Staff . Spring Business Manager ..,.... 'rypasi , . Student Photographers . 'ear mo ' e in-sen xi ive Ad ' ' ' i i it lt, ll Mr. Robert Swanson . . . . . Advisor Mrs. Kay Ryall Miller A Editorfs note . . . As I prepare to bid farewell, I express my deepest appreciation to the staff, our advisor, faculty, administration, and to all those people whose efforts made this publication possible. To my staff of editors who gave conhpllete devotion, I extend special acknowledgement. These acknowledgements go to Pat W' 'ams, Underclassman Editor, Sandi Urda, Senior Editor, Annamarie Scalzitti, Organization Editor, Linda Rupp, Greek Editor, Eve Lefever, Index Editor, and John Kokoski, Associate Editor. To Pat Williams I express my deepest appreciation for her wonderful work on the under- classman section. When we were informed that the pictures had been destroyed, she immediately redid her section which took a great deal of added effort on her part. Three editors whose work was greatly appreciated are Sandi Urda, Senior Editor, Linda Rupp, Greek Editor, and Annamarie Scalzitti, Organization Editor, Their continuing devotions to their sections were such that any editor would be proud of their efforts. One of the strongest points of ours perhaps is the sports section under the capable editor- ship of Frank Sobota. For his priceless contributions, I express my ardent thanks. To the most petite member of my staff, Eve Lefever, who spent endless hours compiling the Index, I give praise for her accuracy and enthusiasm. Deserving sincere gratitude is my Associate Editor, John Kokoski. Many an hour John devoted to the book. With his guidance and suggestions much of the burden was lessened. I wish John the best of luck and feel that he has gained sufficient experience for a successful book in the forthcoming year. . Nedra Vifhite, John Ceisinger, Sally Giesler, Cynthia Pormorski, Stella Koziel, Carol Cope, Georgene Brnilovich, Virginia Shank, and Julie Brown have worked diligently throughout the year to make the Conneautteean a book of which the student body may truly be proud. A heartfelt thank you is extended to the faculty and administration whose cooperation made this book possible. A For our yearbook representative, Mr. Robert Swanson, gratitude and appreciation is greatly extended. Lastly I would like to thank our advisor, Mrs. Kay Ryall Miller, for her unfaltering spirit and sound advice which guided us when in need. Words are too incompetent to express the personality and unlimited vitality of Mrs. M. To bid farewell, I believe the student body will acknowledge the efforts of these devoted people more in later years when in retrospect they again enjoy their days at Edinboro State College. Sincerely, Marilyn Orris Editor 00 ff? 3 f Q G .9 2 AcP 198 ' ' l


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