Franklin and Marshall College - Oriflamme Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)

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i FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL ORIFLAMME Published by the student body of Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania LARRY L. LOOSE, Editor-Designer DALE G. POTTER, Business Manager Organizations ....page 86 CONTENTS Activities poge 34 ' h ' ' i The College page 732 Student Life page 6 -afe ' Si? Ji ' 1 iM niiMlM " «,fH;Hi I n m KM icf vxiici ' ni xaitBi.ici ■».■ ■■■ »■ — 10 :afer - -jw= ' 11 12 ! :4, « ' ,, 13 i 14 I J 15 -, - ;.. ' ■r- . JR WX iJ W - ?s z «■ M KB ' niR H m B h J i ' p ' Mtttm- ' MM ' " £ ' i TO TRAINS ft Mi iil p i Miil i tiMW i ' . i " ■ 19 20 |yjJf» f -Ci ' 22 23 . L % K M m Ui 1 28 29 I 30 - MMm tt llWIHKJ.; ' EAT5THE 33 34 ACI-IVITIES FOUNDER ' S DAH FOUR DISTINGUISHED MEN received honors at the Founders Day Convocation, which Inaugurated the 1 75th anniversary of Franklin and Marshall ' s founding In 1 787. Those honored were: Dr. John Finley Williamson, founder and president emeritus of the Westminster Choir College; Dr. hHoward Emerson Gayley, educator; Mr. Robert Theodor Fauth, minister; Dr. Clinton Rosslter, professor of American Institutions at Cornell University. Dr. Rosslter delivered the Convocation Address, en- titled " The Crisis of the American Tradition. " President Bolman presided at the assembly. 36 I! HOMECOMING BLUE SKIES, FRATernlty displays, tail-gate picnic, familiar scenes of days gone by and a snappy fall day combined to fill old grads with anticipation of a day of football and reminiscence as they registered for Home- coming 1961. FIGHT FIERCELY young lawyers, they shouted, but the cheering and the cheer weren ' t enough to keep the Diplomats from falling prey to Trinity and many middle-aged men nostalgically dreamed of the days when Fordham, Army and Dartmouth treated the Blue and White with respect. They hoped to hear the bell on Old Main ring out another victory o ' er the town, but the bell has been silent of late. 40 OSCAR BRAND and the barbecue brought the day to a close. Alumni left reluctantly as under-grads and their dates stole away for a few last moments together. 41 FRATERNITY 42 WEEK-ENDS 43 THE GREEN ROOM 44 45 PARENTS ' DAY 50 A " MUM FOR MOM " sign In the Book Store sets the stage. Eager freshmen guide proud parents around the old colonial campus on a beautiful fall day. A stirring parade down College Ave.: the band . . . AFROTC . . . Peace Marchers . . . Football . . . Cross- Country . . . Soccer . . . Dinner ... A twinge of homesickness when the folks leave. Stanley Kunltz Dr. Richard McLanathan Dr. Edmond Cahn Dr. Henry Kissinger Archibald MacLeish Dr. Harold Taylor Erwin Canham Mme. Indira Gandhi William Shirer 53 SNO-BALL 1VEEKEND IT SNOWED ON Wednesday but by Friday after- noon rain and warm weather made Sno-Ball an ironic name for the weekend. Fog, soggy ground and slush threatened party-goers. Duke Ellington presided at the field house ' s inaugural for dances. By dance-time it was foul and murky without, but soft lights and dreamy music made the couples within oblivious to time and space. During a break, the Queen and her court were chosen. In the wee hours of the morning the dancers crept away for a little sleep, anticipating a long, happy morrow. TWISTING TO FATS Saturday afternoon chased away sleep and hangovers in a hurry. The old Fat-man put on a good show. Blankets were discarded on the floor as couples twisted away. A solemn note added by the appearance of somberly dressed theologians, of some sort or other, in a sober procession was soon for- gotten. Then a quick drive to Overlook where the hockey club, skating a little raggedly, beat hiill. A bite of supper and parties all night. Lethargy set in Sunday as couples sat talking quietly and then it ended. K ' - g DOUBLE TIME was the tempo set by the Jazzmen as the campus military unit switched tactics and went " Flying hlome " to music. Fun was the target for the night and, with fatigue the only obstacle to overcome, the cadets ral- lied and achieved their objective. Un- der the multi-colored parachutes, the hall was filled with song, laughter, and a pleasant evening for all. By 0100, everyone had retreated In anticipation of another encounter next year. 56 COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL ACTION F c H WELCOME TO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, the new all- college weekend held for the first time this year. (So we ' re told. Some say absolutely nothing of the sort ever hap- pened here.) The weekend ' s activity centered In the new SUB building in the Park. (Actually it ' s a converted stand- pipe.) For the first time in the college ' s long history, con- troversy marred the choice of a weekend queen. It was rumored that our Absolutely Nothing Queen was a Lolita figure and her date a middle-aged night school student, hiowever they make a handsome pair, although she is a trifle short and plump. Like on all the other weekend pages we have sneaky intimate party-shots, but we didn ' t bother to say anything corny about love, or weather, or absolutely nothin ' . z H X z 58 59 lb THE 1962 SEASON was far from successful for the Diplomats. Co-Cap+ains Bernie Bon- ner and Gordie Kraft showed excellent lead- ership, but one win in eight tries was all the team could amass. The Dips lacked experi- ence in the line and backfield. This problem should be remedied by next year, since the juniors and sophomores showed great potential. 60 F M 9._ Johns Hopkins 13 THE FIRST two tilts were at Williamson Field. Luck wasn ' t with the Dips as they dropped 13-9 and 40-0 decisions to John Hopkins and Wash- ington and Lee. Going on the road, a 35-year winning streak was broken when Dickinson tripped our eleven, 25-0. THE FOLLOWING WEEK proved to be profitable as the Dips picked up their lone win at the hands of Carnegie Tech In Pittsburgh, 21-14. Morale was high when the Muhlenberg grldders opposed us at home, but the Allen- town squad overpowered our men 28-6. With the season record now at 1-4, the next three games were most Im- portant to F M. 0 V® " Nj . . o ° ' %- F M Dick inson 25 First Row: B. Ramsey, E. Fitzpatrick, J. Snyder, E. Murono, L. Wolpert, J. Hoaster. Second Row: D. Cera, T. Peck, F. Zehrer, J. Eshleman, Co-Capt. B. Bonner, Co-Capt. G. Kraft, J. LItvany, J. McCormlck, R. Angino. Third Row: Coach G. McGinness, J. Cawley, T. Bolk, G. Danes, E. Dinsmore, G. Gaetjens, C. Loupassakis, S. Marshall, D. Campbell, Coach M. Lewis. Fourth Row: hHead Coach W. Sponaugle, J. Phillips, A. Baumgardner, T. Anderson, R. Hinkle, D. Bary, R. Thompson, W. Skotzko, F. Jeffreys, Trainer C. Taylor. Fifth Row: Ass ' t. Trainer R. Getchell, P. Wilmont, J. Andrews, R. Hogarth, K pelson, D. Ciganovic, H. Duckman, R. Paye, H. Faust, Coach W. lann RANDOLPH-MACON, at a glance, looked like a soft touch. hHowever, F M went down i 3-0 at the hands of the hlornets. The squad never got over the loss in Rebel territory. Trinity of Connecticut entered our field as an unbeaten team and left the same way after blasting the Diplomats 28-0. Closing the season at Reading, Albright College romped over F M, 46-0. M 20 Carnegie Tech 14 M Q TnnHy 26 ?,af ' ,ao p -VAa cor 3 w F M 6 Muhlenberg 28 WOODY SPONAUGLE and his men had a tough season. But the sun will shine again. The few sen- iors on fhe squad did an admirable job. hlogarth and Paye are fine new co-captains. Next year ' s team should be able to fill the gaps and have a winning season. We wish them best of luck! F M Albright 46 63 ■ H 1 Rvm nfBffi 1 2JJJ [j2£2 |iJE 9 B 1 Br " ' THE DIPLOMAT DRIBBLERS drove to their second consecutive winning record In the 1961 season. Starting strongly, the team scored a double-over time tie with hHaverford and vic- tories over Muhlenberg and Western Mary- land, hlowever, the fourth game at Johns hlop- kins was fatal as mud, rain, and injuries caused a 2-0 Diplomat defeat. The next game at Washington College, the most exciting of the season, saw F M ' s rally fall short, after losing 3-0 at halftlme, and the game ended in a 3-2 loss. Displaying sound, aggressive soccer in their hlomecoming encounter with a powerful Swarthmore team, the Dip ' s knocked their op- ponents out of the Division lead as captain- elect Chuck Pfahler provided the winning goal with seven seconds remaining. As the end of the season neared, the team engaged Lafay- ette and Delaware in double-overtimes, beat- ing Lafayette 2-1 and losing to Delaware 5-2. On a very controversial penalty kick, Gettysburg was able to eke out a 2- 1 viclory. In their last game of the season, the Diplomats soundly defeated Ursinus 2-0. i t S 7 ■ " •■ ■ ' — Ifc. M m f « . F rFl! I !i ; 4 H l ' i-- Left to right: R. Smith (coach), J. Burkett, C. Faust, D. Kessler, V. hHoover, G. Berzlns, G. Wyer, R. Crawford, L. Knauth, J. Pitcairn, W. Fenstermacher, A. Baker, C. Juliard, C. Pfahler, D. Law, B. Rossini. R. Charles, L. LeCalsey, J. Goi ' HONORED by post-season selections on the All- Southern Division of the Middle Atlantic Confer- ence Team were Burnell Rossini and Dale Kessler for the second team and Honorable Mention to Lou LeCalsey, Bill Fenstermacher, and Criss Juliard. Captain Rossini was also a first team selection on the All Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware soccer squad. Coach Smith is now making strategic plans fo another successful season. 0 N — CMro CMinO C (D OJ CT " " • O ' (- 1- •- 3 U3mli-H-0- 3 ' OC c5 o a OinPOOCNtNCS — CSCM r •tfe ' ' ' J CROSS COUNTRY First Row: B. Smulvan, R. Kier, R. Tosh. Second Row: W. Jarvis, T. Wagner, K. O ' Connor, H. Hagenau, J. Gradwell, M. Haut. Third Row: L. Rai+haus, H. Pass- more, D. Mengel, R. Piper, R. Phillips — Coach. HUSTLING HARRIERS were the keynote to the success of this year ' s cross country squad. Co-captalns hHerb Hagenau and Kevin O ' Connor, who set a new school record with a 22:35.1 clocking against Gettysburg, were reinforced mainly by three outstanding sophomores: Tim Wagner, Bob Piper, and Don Mengel, who is co-captain elect along with Kevin O ' Connor. The harriers rolled up six straight victories before their first loss and finished the season wi th a very impressive 8-2 record. Coach Phillips is looking forward to another suc- cessful season again next year. 20 Dickinson 35 24 Washington Lee 31 24 Johns hlopkins 33 23 Eliza bethtown 32 27 Gettysburg 28 20 Moravian 35 45 ._ - Swarthmore 18 27 Albright 29 46 - Juniata 17 22 ._ Muhlenberg 34 F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M 67 68 HAVING lost only one starting player from the previous season, Coach Sponaugle entered the 1961-62 campaign with high expectations. The mentors ' hopes were not to be fulfilled, however, as the still young and inexpe- rienced diplomats found victory elusive. Yet some bright spots did illuminate a disappointing season. First the F M cagers played excellent ball in defeat — losing by only 12 points to a powerful Albright. Also a strong team effort chris- tened the new fieldhouse with a victory over hHaver- ford. F M 59 Gettysburg F M 81 Ursinus F M 82 _ Swarthmore F M 63 Juniata F M 79 _ Washington Lee F M 77 Johns FHopkins F M 77 Dickinson F M 77 Lehigh F M 67 Moravian F M 61 Drexel F M 49 Lebanon Valley F M 50 -Washington Jefferson F M 60 _ Albright F M 63 Western Maryland F M 57 Dickinson F M 60 Haverford F M 46 Susquehanna F M 77 Muhlenberg F M 54 _ Gettysburg 86 78 59 73 86 59 67 85 8! 56 71 56 72 77 75 47 80 71 84 rst Row: W. Sponaugle — coach, R. Lantz, D. Pappas, D. Halen, L. Baber. Second Row: J. Leslie, L. Bond, B. Goodrich, K. ielfogel. Third Row: h-|. Fouse, W. Cleveland, R. Mahland, R. Fortescue, C. Ferrell. 69 VlfRESTLING 70 F M 3 Springfield ?3 F M 13 VMI 19 F M 15 Washington Lee 9 F M 14 __._ Penn 18 F M 1 1 Harvard 19 F M II Bucknell 16 F M 16 Princeton 15 F M 14. Wheaton 1 1 F M 25 Gettysburg 3 F M 4 Lehigh 31 F M 20 Temple in F M b Rutgers 25 First Row: D. Kistler. D. tHorn, M. Mounts, C. Faust. Second Row: R. Dubner, C. Geddes, T. Anderson, L. Wilkinson, S. Dub- ner, M. Topping. Third Row: R. Craig, P. Tillis, T. Rupp, R. Phillips — coach. IN THE DEPTHS of Hartman Hall a year of rebuilding was to begin for this year ' s wrestling team. Co-captains Don Horn and Mel Mounts were the only two starters who were not sophomores. The remaining seven positions were filled by talented, but young sopho- mores. Chick Faust, Chuck Geddes, Dale Kistler, and Pete Frey held down the middle weights while Steve and Bob Dubner, Tom Anderson and Lee Wilkin- son alternated in the heavier weights. A strong freshman squad showed great promise this year. They and the sopho- mores should form a strong nucleus around which to build next year ' s team. The new gym with its large wrestling room and steam room should invite more enthusiasm and spirit among the team members and have a direct bear- ing upon future records. i H F z p 71 SIMflMMING First Row: S. Marshall, G. Kraft, J. Corrigan, A. Dolge, D. Barrett, H. Miller, J. Brophy, T. Fitzpatrick. Second Row: S. Kaplan, A. Rosenthal, S. Boak, A. Jacobs, R. Wallace, L. Smith. Third Row: M. Thomas, S. Moreland, D. Keister, D. Austin, G. McGinness — coach, A. Hughes, hi. Funk. UNDER THE LEADERSHIP of Coach George McGln- ness and co-captains Don Barrett and Howie Miller, this years F M varsity swimming team splashed to its best season In more than ten years. On its way to eight vic- tories against two setbacks the Blue and White merman broke seven college and four pool records. The only de- feats came at the hands of Bucknell and nationally ranked Navy. The highlights of the season were victories over powerful Delaware and formerly undefeated Swarthmore. The most cherished victory came at the expense of the Dickinson Red Devils. In their first victory over the Devils from Carlisle since 1 956, the Diplomat tankmen went all out and erased seven college and four pool records from the boards. Coach McGinness has great hopes for the team in the upcoming Middle Atlantlcs meet to be held at Gettysburg. F M 57 ._ P.M.C. 36 F M 54 Delaware 41 F M 55 Lycoming 39 F M 33 Bucknell 61 F M 23 Navy 72 F M 62 Drexel 28 F M 59 Gettysburg 36 F M 53 65 Swarthmore 41 F M Dickinson 30 F M 731 2 Little Three Winner X ' " » " «:5I!SHBS1.«( The F M Hockey Club, under the professional coaching of Ken Smith, continued to display much spirit and enthusiasm this year. This is illustrated by the fact that its members pay for their own equipment and ice time. Although ice hockey has not been recog- nized as a varsity sport, the club Is hoping for such acknowledge- ment in the near future. This year ' s team was faced with a rebuilding challenge. Spearheading the young group were sophomores Dick Compson and Joe hHognander. Outstanding freshmen Fran Mutti, Clint Crane, and Jim Park were essential. Finally, individual credit must be given to Scott hlarry, club president, for his organizing and playing ability. Next year ' s team should show vast improvement with the experience that was gained this year. 74 F M 4 Brooklyn F M 3 Lawrenceville F M 2 Lafayette F M 8 Villanova F M 2 Lafayette 5 F M 5 Lehigh 7 8 F M 3 Hill 2 5 F M 6 _ Villanova 2 9 F M 2 Lehigh 7 First Row: R. Roy, R, Hill, F. Mufti, J. Hognander, J. Park. Second Row: C. Reynolds, S. Lawson, D, Wyman, B. Daly, D. DeFlavis, R. Little, D. Compson. 75 PITCHED BASEBALLS that produced many strike- outs, a tight infield that resulted in several errorless games, and at times good stick work led to F M ' s first winning season in eight years. With only two seniors on the starting nine, it was only inexperience that prevented a superior season. F M 4 Moravian 2 F M F M F M 5 9 1 6 Eliza bethtown Lebanon Valley Muhlenberg 28 2 F M F M F M F M F M 1 1 3 5 1 Johns hlopkins Gettysburg Washington _.. Albright .. .. St. Joseph ' s 4 19 13 9 3 F M 2 _ Ursinus 1 F M 3 Dickinson 1 76 First Row: D. Ferris, P. Berkheimer, R. Diamondstone, D. Ames, D. Ford, J. McCormicL Second Row: A. Anastasio, D. Pappas, R. Surbeck, W. Ma+hesius, B. Garvin, G. Danes, F. Bomberger, C. Brown. Third Row: M. Lewis — coach, B. Bonner, A. Bishop, D. Henry, D. Boyd, K. Spielfogel, P. TenhHoopen, D. Reider. IT WAS DAVE Henry ' s fifteen strikeouts that set down Moravian, last year ' s Northern Division titlists in the team ' s initial encounter. The next game was a big let down for the diamond dusters as powerful Elizabethtown routed Mike Lewis ' s chargers. From then on, however, the team went on to play sound baseball. The pitching performance of Dave HHenry and Dale Ames was outstanding and will provide the nucleus for the 1962 season. Consistently, it was the all-around performance of captain Bill Mathesius and Dick Surbeck as seniors and captain-elect Don Pappas, i and Brian Garvin and Ken Spielfogel as juniors that [ led to the Diplomats ' successful season. 77 DETERMINED STICKMEN began a new era of lacrosse at F M. Highlighted by victories over Gettysburg 9-2, and Balnbridge I I -7, the team had its best season in four years. Nearly all loses were close, occuring when the small F M squad tired toward the end of the game. The season sols- tice came when F M lost a heart breaker to Duke in the last minute of play. First Row: J. Smeltzer, R. Housten, S. Martin, P. Bassett, C. Carnie, C. McClain, P. Mowerson, P. Harris. J. Eisenhart, R. Gordon, R. Thompson, M. Roberts. Second Row: Rev. Trost — Coach, T. Morse, G. Woodring, C. Marter, F. Went- zel, L. hieaver, W. Johnson, W. hHobbs, M. Strovel, N. Brenneman, H. Goldman, C. Flynn, R. Brinacombe, O. Mattas, B. Ryan — Coach. F M 7 _ Lehigh 17 F M 9 Gettysburg 2 F M 8 Lafayette 7 F M II Bain bridge 7 .F M 5 _ Duke 6 F M 3 Delaware 4 F M 6 Gettysburg 8 High scoring co-captain Pete Mowerson, along with Bill Shoe- maker and captain-elect Paul Bassett, led the team in goals scored. Co-captain Cliff Mc- Clain, George Woodring (win- ner of the 1961 lacrosse award), and Nellie Brenneman formed a hard hitting defense which op- ponents found hard to crack. Goal tender Mark Strovel also deserves mention for his polished and, at times, fantastic ability. Backed up by a fighting, spirited team, these men gave lacrosse a real boost. 79 !a i tlif . ■ d) (D 0) " D ID _a) 0) c i- ' D o 0) r= O u, ' O " E " 3 (1) c E .it " -2 E o.y t o o c 10 0) Q- iji CL ■- ID |oS Qi E LU ro c Q o £«! J Q- o - to LL i i C ® First Row: J. Tomasko. G. Kraft, D. Cera, J. Kessler, C. Thompson, J. Miller, B. Rossini. Second Row: R. Mc- Eldowney, D. Rieker, C. Dreher, R. Barry, K. O ' Connor, L. Smith, S. Rose. Third Row: C. Taylor, J. Litvany, E. hiersker, J. Morrow, J. Lopas, R. Johnson, W. lannicelll — coach. This year ' s co-captains, John Miller and Cal Thompson, played a most significant part In every team victory, contributing a combined total of I 8534 points for the sea- son. Thompson was a consistent v Inner In the high and low hurdles, while Miller rarely lost the one and two mile runs. Co-captalns elect, Gordie Kraft (In the javelin) and John Litvany (In the pole vault) were the outstanding per- formers in the field events. John Tomasko highlighted the season when he erased coach lannlcelli ' s fourteen year old broad jump record. F M 93 Lebanon Valley 38 F M 88 Muhlenberg 39 F M 77 Johns Hopkins 54 F M 74 Ursinus 57 F M 70 ( Dickinson 361 2 (Gettysburg 55 ' 2 F M 61 hiaverford 65 F M 66 _ - ( Bucknell 51 (Albright 45 F M 58 PMC 73 81 ' y. Miiier — coach, C. Fneaman, k. Ruhl. B. Roman, F. Eyster, D. BinsrI, G. Herr. TENNIS SEVEN VICTORIES and three de- feats quickly tell the success of the varsity tennis team. It has been several seasons since such a fine team has assembled on the F M courts. Perhaps the highlight of the season came when the net jumpers stopped Pitts ' undefeated string in the last match of the season. Al- though all the individual matches went three sets, It was quite apparent that as the match progressed the long journey would not have been made in vain. With the return of several key players, coach Miller can expect to have another fine season. F M F M V 7 F M 9 F M 9 F M 5 F M bV, F M 9 F M 7 F M F M 6 Swarthmore 9 - Dickinson 5 ' 2 Muhlenberg Elizabethtown -Western Maryland 4 Gettysburg 2I 2 Lebanon Valley Ursinus 2 Lehigh 9 Pittsburgh 3 82 M. Reynolds, S. Spector, G. Hill, K. Karnig, J. Baker, R. Trexler — coach. F M LINKSMEN, behind the leader- ship of captain Ken Karnig, won 6 of their 9 matches, with the upset of Johns hlopklns University and Dickinson Col- lege as high points of their season. The most enjoyable of the Dips ' matches was played at the world famous Beth- lehem Steel course, Saucon Valley, against Lehigh University. F M I6I 2 - Muhlenberg 1 1 2 F M I Penn University 7 F M 71 2 - Lehigh IOI 2 F M 12 hHaverford 6 F M 17 Western Maryland I F M 131 2 Swarthmore 4I 2 F M II - Dickinson 7 F M 51 2 Bucknell 121 2 83 SOCCER — First Row: B. Newmann, J. Mustin, J. Ruthven, K. Duberstein, G. Kalvie, J. Allocco, J. Childe. Second Row: J. Salkin, C. Balwin, P. Adogli, F. Kaufman, R. Goldstein, P. Doherty, J. Bunting, S. t4all, L. Pollock, J. Shire, N. Hoover — coach. WRESTLING— First Row: J. Taylor, H. Temos, P. Martin, J. Childe, T. Hoff- man. Second Row: P. Tillis, J. Clark, T. Trobec, R. Amaducci, R. Zieler. 84 FRESHMEN SPORTS BASKETBALL— First Row: C. Taylor - Coach, B. Bean, J. Sciorilli, L. Smilh, K. Gainer. Second Row: D. Boucher, hH. Eagle, R. Bill, F. Moravec. Third Row: K. Graham. J. Charles, A. Plotts, L. Butcher, J. Bunting. SWIMMING— First Row: G. Kaysen, F. Poole, L. Raithaus. Sec- ond Row: B. Smulyan, G. McGinness - Coach, G. Eshleman, Jr., G. Rupert, N. hloppner. 85 v • KV;. v . ' w £: .. J IL " 1 V ■ Ji ' ' A ' t r?l r Wm n ' 1-4 -u i. , ■!• + + ■III W •13 . ORGANIZATIONS CHI PHI I m : m . 4tL4 3urnaford Crawford, Jr. Cook Danes ikfk iktb. IcEldowney Staff Vaughn Wood Babe Difley Hardy Honny Humphreys Plotts Romane Smith Zusi President F- A. Zehrer Vice-President A. L. Burnaford Secretary _ C. S. Foresman Treasurer - R- H. Wood 89 • c i€ tf« Heaver Eddy Larrabee Smith Sheaffer Hazeltine Wicke List , Turne O ' Connox Mclntire Powers Irvin France Mengel Kuroda Bondi Park Walsh Marks an Sant Grafton MacPhee Kaplan Wilkinson Holmes Machie Mascaro Greiner Fesmine Krlchbauni Breithaupl i tJ iS Yk lifk Al Darlington MacDonald Marsh Doherty Nowlcki Crombie % jflk iU M Hamsher Miner Weaver Gable iJ 92 o 93 % " A jfM. MAT £ k Ca abello Accard Hoffrr Coho Holbrool MIkell Beauregard Jennifer Lerbscher 214 : Gillespie Doremus Edmands Barrett Dolge Harper Strandberg lannoli kl4 J J jk Ehrhart Good Welpton Voll Childe Fous Galdi. Rutt SIcousen Bolk Merlin Marsteller Lake Behringer McClure Behrendt Rothermel Corriqan Crissman a I : Jeffreys Giovinazzi KAPPA PSI President B. Bonner Vice-President _ J. Lopas Secretary R. Johnson Treasurer W. Shoemaker " ■■ " 1 Schnagel Kraft PHI KAPPA PSI kii i oiler Abe Wurth Gilmour 97 Peck Mackison Passmore ampbell Schneide r Ames Kidd Strau; PHI KAPPA SIGMA President E. Schreiner .» Vlce-Presidenf ...B. Stitt V Secretary T. Wenger Treasurer E. Brigden Haines Bede Ulrich V all Wiley Knappenberger Smith Roehr ' Awspach Hunt Johnson Kichhne Herman Bishop Koessle Swenson Woolf 2kl r 1 P Maclean Galluc Wllmot Nordberg Ball PHI SIGMA KAPPA President R. C. Hunsicker Vice-President H. A. Ba Secretary S. W. Jones Treasurer M. J. Leap SL k L Lool:er Graha J«L J Hall Leap Ashman Griffiths Mi ' i ' ' M Hobo Lantz Splelfoqel Albright Pappas aumgardner I w ■14 ! PI LAMBDA PHI President F. Templeton Vice-President R. Rogers Secretary A. Sinns Treasurer _ L. Zwirn Freedman Devor Gekoski Samponaro Tapper Pollack Henschel r f£ U jkd. Rubin Jl Kramer Weinstein Katz Seltier Naumoff Perelson f t 1l Blun Horland MacKenzie Berlten Meise) Barclay Shn Albert Sha Rogers Winte Mustin Post Denlin Kumin Hyson Grinberg Lebovitz T Weiner Kaplan Bernstein S m . Sander Carpel Falkener Sbar Perkins Templeton Wishnie 105 Brillhart Castrina President _ J, Burkett Vice-President W. Grimsey Secreta ry D. Ba Id win Trea su rer S . La wso n Becker Boulanqer Bell ' 0[i - l •j »m ' • wm ' ■♦ ' ?- By J WB f .■.. ' . ' .: -.i .flV Jl Scafidi Piper Martin Nicola Matz .Jt ■St-i«5 tS-»«fi i-Aj«»K.it.-»--- :r ' M i Groff Reed Day Brubalce ni Grimsey Stick Samuelson Penta Enaniecki jcken JCkenmiller Tembeck Dailey Pitcairn Dickel LeBrock 4 Rubm LV ik Rappaport Levitin J arntg Schecter Gottlieb Jacobs Balis Moser Katz Isle ZETA BETA TAU President R. Leavy Vice-President J. Schulman Secretary _ G. Balis Treasurer R. Levenstein A-ihU Gad Zebra Gelfar.J Pr.senhlatt Tannr.r inqerman Weisberg Ball: ify k. jf kmi Gainer Harad Hurst Gla Kaysen drf A ' )» j H . JT HIBk JiiM i:. mU . d JBa [igpk CS 1 jchbinder Asnis Zelinger Tessier Block Smulyan Raithaus Saltzman 1 STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: F. Zehrer, D. Kessler, W. Sharrar, J, lannoll, R. Novik, R. Sharrar, F. Kuroda, D. Baldwin, M. Gibbons-Neff. Second Row: E. Gershey, T. Colavlto, A. Cossari, L. Lipshutz, N. Green, R. Barry, W. Cleveland, A. Davis, A. FHeller, M. Yeagy, K. Moyer, N. Fesmire, G. Crosby, C. Juliard. President.., ...R. D. Novik Vice President W. G. Sharrar Recording Secretary ..R. G. Sharrar Corresponding Secretary .D. B. Kessler Treasurer J, J. lannoll, Jr. 112 u Z First Row: M. Leap, J. Finlayson, W. Lavergne, J. Schneider, J. Ashman, D. Larrabee, T. Dudley. Second Row: C. Fores- man, D. Reider, W. Bown, H. Aurand, J. Slavin, B. Schecter. Third Row: J. Lallmar, D. Boyd, R. hludglns, J. Lopas, R. Hill, A. Cossari. President J. P. Schneider Vice President G. S. Ashman Secreta ry_ G. L. Lavergne Treasurer - D. M. Larrabee 113 First Row: G. Franklin, E. Sershey. J. Sellers, R. Sharrar, T. Colavito, W. Sharrar, K. 0 ' Conno.r, Z. Nichols. Second Row: D. Kessler, A, Spina, T. Hoffman, T. Wagner, W. Cleveland, M. Leap, D. Larra- bee, K. Hunt. Q z z h z President T. J. Colavito Vice President W. G. Sharrar Recording Secretary J. K. O ' Connor Corresponding Secretary J. D. Sellers Treasurer _ R. G. Sharrar 114 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE CLUB Firsf Row: A. Shear, W. Mullan, P. Burltholder, J. Kline, B. Rossini, J. Corrigan, L. Loose. Second Row: K. Karnig, Prof. Robin- son, T. Core, S. Spector, E. Gustafson, R. Koche, Prof. Aberle, J. Schneider, N. Murchison. Third Row: G. Taylor, E. Briqden, J. Kichline, D. Palmer. J. Finlayson, R. Bookspan, H. Fouse, S. Wexler, D. Wanner. T. Park, R. Hartman. Fourth Row: T. Shear, R. Hillman, D. LaBorne, H. Mazloff, J. Richwine, W. Herdelin, R. Hudgins. J. Crissnnan, R. Wood, W. McGee, G. Good, E. French, R. Crawford. C 0) 0) I- " o S 5-5-2:5 ISO o ' i ■S Q. . 3 -[- ' LO LU : ' . ■ • " 5 (D Q " D 1- fo :? % 5 " 5. £ S o s_g o- ; 1l— (J 1 JgL t.; tk «f5 © fM vJ j H u M m MM r VT H ' ' ' - ' l H |k ' ' " HHI L First Row: Prof Robinson T. Core, R. Crawford. D. Potter, L. Loose, P. Spillman, Prof. La.rd. Second Row: Prof. Borriberger, T. Shear, G. Good, H. Ridenour, B. Rossini, Barnes, J. Peifer. Third Row: A. Shear, E. French, R. Wood, J. Corngan, R. Barry, W. Yeager, W. Ferry. President D. G. Potter Vice President L. L. Loose Secretary R. H. Crawford Jr. Treasurer T. H. Core Publicity P. G. Spillman Chaplain R- L- Thomas X ft 115 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS First Row: L. Gaston, M. Mumma. C. Buchenauer, Prof. Weller, N. Andreadalcls. Second Row: R. Woolf, K. Piatt, E. Erlckson, R. Bidgood, J. Seltzer, T. Stewart. President C. G. Buchenauer Vice President N. C. Andreadakis Treasurer M. J. Mumma Secretary •. F. A. Haricins AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY First Row: J. Brown, B. Weinstein, K. Wittle, F. Reichley, A. Turner, D. Horn, R. Burg. Second Row: M. Finkelman, S. Feman, R. Sharrar, C. Yoder, K. Koskinen, E. Sinke, D. Landis, D. Reider, F. Killian. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY President J. A. Wiley Vice President _ F. A. Zehrer Secretary W. T. Grimsey Treasurer A. G. Gaetjens First Row: Capt. Freaney, F. Craige. W. Grimsey, J. Wiley, F. Zehrer, G. Gaetjens, J. Hock. Second Row: J. Hoffnnan, D. Starr, R. Duncombe, S. Witmer, L. Hulett, J. Hollo- way. Third Row: J. Carayiannis, R. Shivelhood. E. Summons, D. Paul, B. Lyttle. R. Gabel. R. Woolf, J. Truckenmiller. -Q ' E g. -t- s C •- m " 0 oo :?» r 0) O " w First Row: P. Hartiens. L. Barclay. Kneedler, A. Jacobs, R. Seagram. 117 B. Rose. D. Ames. Second Row: R. Kauffman, R. ECONOMICS CLUB First Row: H. Ridenour, A. Brownsteln, Prof. Lyons, Prof. TremI, J. Schulman, D, Ames. Second Row: B. Rose, J. Winters, R. Moser, R. Gates, J. Fackenthal, A, Katz, H. Henschel, J. Kichline, W. Ferry. Third Row: P. fHamllton, I. Oser, N. Ben- enson, N. Roth, E. Bristow, M. Brubaker, D. Kaimani, J. Haimes. President J. J, Brownsteln Vice President _ H. P. Ridenour Secretary J. F. Scliulman Treasurer D. L. Ames First Row: D. Lavlne, J. Mogrlof, R. Novik, M. Glass, R. Parker, L. Kleiman, Prof. Enscoe. Second Row: G. Johnson, R. Smith, D. Mosson, H. Remash, hi. Blumers, R. Webb, N. Borrelli. Third Row: W. Coppinger, A. Glickman, E. Carroll, W. Cleveland, T. Haas, A. Hughes, C. Bickford. ENGLISH CLUB President M. S. Glass Secretary-Treasurer .G, P. Knier Corresponding Secretary hi. S. Remash 118 UPSILON SIGMA First Row: D. Hess, F. Reichley, D. Horn, R. Hunslcker. Second Row: D. Palmer, H. Ri- denour, J. Schulman, D. Reider, J. Shriener, R. Burg. President - - D. E. Horn Vice-President _ - F. J. Reichley Secretary - R. C. Hunsicker Treasurer - - D. F. Hess Drill Instructor - C. R. Burg First Row: C. Raabe, D. Kessler, D. Novik, L. Heaver, L. Le Calsey, C. Foresman, J. lannoli CJuliard Second Row: L. Loose L. Faye, C. Previti, R. Nordberg, W. Sharrar, J. Burkett, D. Baldwin, N. Green, D. Larrabee, R. Sharrar D. Horn M. Ritterson. Third Row: W. Fensterr acher, E. Gershey, T. Colavlto, F, Reichley, A. Cossarl, T. Hiscott, J. Ashman. W. Cleveland, A, Heller, K. O ' Connor, F. Kuroda. ORIENTATION COUNSELORS 119 BAND 120 First Row: R. Brookman, S. Feman, C. Groome, D. Landls, J. Eshleman, R. Mltman, C. Raabe, W. Frledlaender, J. Stager. Second Row: D. Smith, M. Flnkleman, M. Dawson, A. Schwerdt, H. Lustig, P. Holmes, W. Brunt, R. Hood. Third Row: D. Featherman, C. Campbell, R. Puskas. R. Coleman, R. Amaducci, M. Raeder, M. Treister, C. Bickford, T. Hiscott. Fourth Row: S. Jensen, B. Brandt, H. Mansell, D. Focht, W. Aitken, L. Dlemer, D. Paul, J. Kimberly, G. Wyer, S. Harp- er, Ivl. Mumma, N. Van Sant. SLEE CLUB AND CHAPEL CHOIR f Ct p t f f ' t if First Row: M. Dawson, R. Mitman, D. Landis, J. Eshleman, D. Featherman, A. Schwerdt. Second Row: D. Focht, H. Man- sell, B. Brandt, D. Paul, L. Diemer, N. Van Sant, T. Hiscott, C. Bickford. •♦ % 121 CQ 3 First Row: J. Kane, G. Johnson, M. Vaughn, R. Vollmer, W. Ferry, T. hiass, N. Bisk, J. Gold, S. Spector. Second Row: P. Edwards, M. Ritterson, S. Avenius, D. Stephen- son, B. Walker, C. Bickford, N. Roth, J. Abrams, H. Remash, H. Mazaloff. O ID § t . Ji o o " o -1= Q. . Qi ' .(J) . ■ 0) c a 3 u U First Row: M. Dawson, A. Godfrey, R. Jung, D. Matz, R. Sinclair, K. Bleiler, J, Clark Second Row: R. Lownght, J, Kaufman, A. Hohl, D. Cifrulak, J. Freedman T Saylor T. Gard. Third Row: M. Gibsons-Neff, E. Swenson, S. Schamel, T. Gilliard, R Hans- com C Walker, H. Witte, H. Belkln, J. Way, M. Kauffman, D. Bary. Fourth Row: M Forth, D. Halpm, B. Franklin, J. Bowman, W. Newell, J. Marshall, W. Troensegaard, D. Hess. President _ _.._ _ .....T. M . Ga rd Vice President _ _ J. H. Clark Secretary-Treasurer _ D. O. Bary 122 HISTORY CLUB President _.,... R. S. Lahet Vice-President W. C. McClure Secretary _ _ J. L. Mott T rea s u re r G . R . D a i I e y First Row: Prof. Toth, R. Lahet, J. Mott, G. Dailey, W. McClure, Prof. Joseph. Second Row: S. Avenius, E. Friedman, F. Wentzel, W. Haines, K. Coho, R. Mass, M. Hershfield. Third Row: J. tHaimes. J. lannoli, N. Sheridan, A. Plakans, J. Gradwell, P. Berkheimer. GOVERNMENT CLUB President L. S. Faye Secretary W. L. Weisberg Treasurer f . P. Brubaker First Row: E. Friedman, R. Kafin, C. Raabe, L. Faye, W. Weis- berg, Prof. Schier. Second Row: J. Cawley, S. Rose, G. Confer, R. France, R. Paget, J. Haimes. Third Row: D. Williams, C. Pre- viti, D. Potter, A. Plakans, A. Jacobs, A. Heller. 123 i I First Row: Prof. Toth, H. Royer, W. McClure, R. Lahef, Prof. Kline. Second Row: J. Kichllne, A. Katz, A. Plakans, R. France, M. Hershfield, Prof. Joseph. President _ R. S. Lahet Vice-President W. C. McClure Secretary-Treasurer H. G. Royer PI GAMMA MU First Row: Prof. Joseph, N. Biske, W. Weisberg, Prof. Bell, Prof. Kline, Prof. Eshleman. Second Row: R. Kafin, T. Wen- ger, J. Ashman, A. Plakans, D. Potter, W. McClure, H. Ridenour, M. Ross, J. hHaimes. President J. E. hiambright Vice-President J. P. Myers Secretary-Treasurer Dr. A. L. Bell President _ D. B. Kessler Vice President F. L. Shenic ' Secretary J. E. Hambright Treasurer F. A. Zehrer. Ill - c c c O O (0 to 1 1 I ) r- fl ■-»-■= t c ) I- U. .02 . . .0 4 i 1 (D i " D -t- ' l l l- C t 0) D (D D 2 y o 2 Q- OO I— S.A. First Row: M. Kirkwood, W. Grafton, P. Spillman, W. Grimsey, E. Gustaf- son, R. Krusky, H. Ridenour. Second Row: R. Gates, D. LaBorne, W. Mullan, J. Pitcalrn, D. Potter, R. Wood, J. Richwine, D. Palmer, N. Murchison. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS First Row: R. Smith, E. Gershey, G. Johnson, J. Kichline, R. Nordberg, Prof. Joseph. Second Row: P. hlartjens, T. Shear, E. Friedman, M. Glenn, D. Kimani, A. Shear, F. Wentzel. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer G. H. Johnson J. M. Richardson ..E. L. Gershey J. L. Kichline 126 i; (1) 0) 4 U ; c u 0) c (1) : 1- fa t- 0) 1 1 (u !-, ro D U y a- oo 1— SOCIOLOGY CLUB First Row: M. Mounts, D. Horn, Prof. Eshle- man, W. Fenstermacher, A. Burnaford, M. Fisher, W. Mullan, J. Gallucci. Second Row: J. Shrenier, B. Nelson, G. Gaetjens, K. Castagna, G. Handel, H. Ressdorf, J. Tapper, D. Cera, W. Ertel. Third Row: D. Williams, J. Mitchell, R. Waters, M. Glenn, J. Lopas, R. Vollmer, D. Maclean, M. Leap, T. Richie. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION First Row: A. Wyble, D. Jones, N. Schultze, Prof. Munson, J. Shelton. Second Row: D. Kessler, G. Bair, R. Censier, R. Kneedler, G. Kraft, M. Rill. President N. W. Schultze Vice-President D. B.Jones Secretary F. W. Badbois 127 U H h tt u u OuO (A (A 5! First Row: D. Baldwin, H. Lustig, C. Burak, Prof. Shively, G. Davis, S. Braman, R. Magen, N. Green. Second Row: F. Castrina, E. Fried- man, W. Altken, B. Althouse, R. Sims, 1. Oser, T. Kulpinski, M. Haut. Co-Editors-in-Chief F, L. Shenk M. L. Fisher News Editor R. J. Kafin Features Editor A. B. Glickman Co-Sports Editors L. A. Kleiman D. A. Orman Photography Editor _ W. R. Grafton Comptroller J. G. Crlssman Business Manager K. F. Coho Presideni A. G. Davis Vice-President A. C. Heller Secretary... S. S. Braman Treasurer - D. B. Baldwin i STUDENT WEEKLY First Row: K. hlurst, W. Skotsko, W. Grafton, L. Kleiman, F. Shenk, M. Fisher, R. Kafin, I. Wlpped, D. Orman. Second Row: M. Buchblnder, R, Bidgood, W. Haines. I. Oser, R. Sims, J. Crissman, K. Coho, P. Crown, I. Schmuck, H. Lustig. Third Row: M. Albert, R. Kneedler, L. Laskowski, C. Burak, M. Grinberg, P. Levitin, A. Heller, I. Weird, W. Copplnger, J, Dorman, D. Harrison. SOCIETY OF INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS First Row: Wing Dinger, Burma Shave, I. W. Harper, Les Shave, Heywalt Guesswhat, I. M. Saved. Second Row: Ambivalent hlopeful. Prima Donna, Hari Kiri, Ivan Tobealone, I. V. League, Fu Bar, Sna Fu. Third Row: Key Fee, Renna Gade, Left Winger, Waittil Nextyear. BELIEVING CONFOR MITY to be the scourge of the human race, these individuals, sterling of character and steadfast in fidelity have formed an organiza- tion to further their completely inextricable rela- tionships. The Society of Individual Students com- manded by their social Inebriate, their bureau- cratlcally Inept, and despicably lascivious leader, I. W. hiarper, have, through surmounting tumultuous obstacles, accomplished what most other organiza- tions have also found possible to do — nothing. 129 ,ffi I (f- J! CX Rcrtf««=T }sy Hl Ur -; ! R ' :; T ' H ■T ' 1 K A H I 3 X h First row: Prof. Bedient, J. Stager, M. Rill, P. Basciano. Second row: H. Evans, M. MacPhee, R. Tragesser, J. Schneider. President W. E. Meyers Vice President J. A. Stager Secretary M. E. Rill Treasurer E. T. Sheldon F im% First row: R. Bookspan, W. Coppinger, R. Calhoun, R. Moser, R. Wampler, E. Fischer, L. Bank, G. tHandel, R. Miller. Second row: J. Snyder, E. Sirulnik, G. Brandt, I. Oser, P. hHooper, R. Duncombe, H. Smith, W. York, J. Corbin, R. Sinclair, R. Signer. Third row: R. Underwood, J. hloffman, tH. Eagle, E. hHoward, R. Lark, D. Schnedzer, P. Burkholder, C. Evans, J. McCormick, C. Cherrll. President. Treasurer J. E. hHazeltine . L. Heaver 130 ' - First Row: N. Murchison, B. Rossini, R. Crawford, L. Loose, W. Ferry, D. Potter, C. Foresman. Second Row: T. Shear, J. Cor- rigan, T. Core, J. Richwine, J. Emerson, J. Gray, R. Trout, D. Palmer, R. Waters. A. Shear. ORIFLAMME Editor-in-Chief L. L. Loose Managing Editor W. E. Ferry Assistant Business Manager. B. M. Rossini Associate and Fraternities Editor R. H. Crawford Senior Co-Editors - - T. E. Shear, A. J. Shear Sports Editor C. S. Foresman Organizations Editor N. B. Murchison Photography Editor E. J. Emerson Assistant Photography Editor J. E. Gray Business Manager D. G. Potter Literary Editor hi. P. Brubaker Advertising Manager J. F. Corrigan Developments Editor.. J. R. Richwine Faculty Advisor Dr. N. P. Laird 132 Hi »» »» THE COLLEGE 134 Frederick deWolfe Bolman, Jr. President of the College upon the George F. Baer Foundation. B.S., hiarvard University, 1935; B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1938; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1942. Six years at the helm. Ivy-dresser. Governs under a policy " irrevocably committed " to the liberal arts tradition. Early riser. Walks to work. Always willing to talk to students if he has time. Often chats on way across campus. hHard worker, htas the office across the hall from Stoney. Myrtle guards the door. Gives many speeches, hias to raise money from alumni who want better football rec- ords. Criticized by townies who find him too sophis- ticated, intellectual. Wrapped up in the work of im- proving the college ' s guality. Cut out dead wood in courses, faculty, students. Responsible to the board, hielped broaden the board ' s membership. Brought in new blood. Trustee seminars chart the college ' s future. Philadelphia lawyer, doctors, edu- cators, scholars, businessmen on the board. Specta- tor at basketball games in the new gym. Field house, tennis courts, new curriculum are symbols of the all-around, mature, free-thinking man he wants the college to produce. Known as " Wolfe " or " Freddy " around the campus. Won strong vote of confidence from students for his Freedom of Thought. Has national reputation as a leader in liberal arts ad- ministration. DR. FREDERICK deWOLFE BOLMAN 135 DEAN OF DR. GARLAND WAYNE GLICK ASSISTANT TO DEAN RICHARD HONODEL WINTERS 136 DEAN OF STUDENTS HADLEY S. DEPUY RICHARD JAMES STONESIFER 137 z h h (A z I Yvonne E. Gibbel Recorder ' m Clayton C. Blevins Supt. of Buildings and Grounds Robert Barnes Dir. of Instifutional Research 138 J. Shober Barr Director of Athletics Paul R. Linfield Business Manager Theodore R. Lindsley, Jr. Alumni Secretary Nancy H. Rutter Registrar 139 Walter R. Myers Director of College Development Bruce A. Westerdahl Director of Admissions Herbert Dunmeyer Dir. of Student Aid and Placement 140 Herbert B. Ans+ae+t Librarian Foster G. Ulrich Arlmi ; ;Ions Counselor Edward P. Hoffer Asst. Director of Admissions Ronald Brooks Director of Residence Halls 141 R.O.T.C. Col. J. H. Lindenmeyer, chrm. T Sgt. R. R. Rdler S Sgt. J. Ford Jr. Capt. R. E. Freaney T Sgt. C. M. Tankersley Capt. Yanchek 142 A. W. Shively, chrm. J. M. Darllnglon K. R. John H. K. Lane J. J. McDermott W. D. Shenk 143 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A. L. Bell, chrm. L. R. Aberie H. Fischer J. I. Hartman H. R. Jaenicke N. P. Laird W. Robinson B. P. Ryder 144 CHEMISTRY F. H. Suydam, chrm. R. P. Cross C. E. Fink H. A. Heller E. D. Olsen A. J. Rich F. A. Snavely R. W. Van Horn 145 ECONOMICS W. Lyons, chrm. A. M. Pope V. G. TremI 146 EDUCATION S. E. Munson, chrm. D. W. LeFevre 147 ENGLISH I I W. N. Francis, chrm. R. W. Bomberger G. Brittingham E. S. Brubaker J. A. Campbell, Jr. G. E. Enscoe D. D. Larson K. D. Longsdorf E. H. Phillips R. B. Rollin R. W. Russell 148 J. Freedman, chrm. M. E. Kauffman P. B. Myers, Jr. D. F. Rit+er 149 GERMAN and RUSSIAN J. W. Frey, chrm. L. Beekey K. Kelly P. P. Martin I. P. Seadle P. S. Seadle W. Von Wernsdorff 150 GOVERNMENT S. Wise, chrm. J. H. Vanderzell R. F. Schier 151 1 HISTORY N. P. Zacour, chrm. J. Joseph F. S. Klein B. Kohl G. E. Miller, Jr. W. Toth S. Wank 152 MATHEMATICS 1 W ||g L D. W. Western, chrm. P. E. Bedlent J. R. Holzinger B. Jacobson W. H. Leser C. Marburger H. W. Stewart 153 PHILOSOPHY J. B. Noss, chrm. L. J. BInkley E. E. Lewis 154 PHYSICAL EDUCATION J. S. Barr, chrm. R. M. Getchell W. J. lannicelli M. A. Lewis G. G. McGinness W. R. Phillips F. D. Schlegelmllch S. W. Sponaugle C. W. Taylor 155 PHYSICS ■p H BEV ■ " ' 1 H r- H P Ie .-— jpHi fa Pfc t F. D. Enck, Chrm. P. W. Alley L. V. Cherry D. L. Miller R. I. Weller 156 K. H. Brookshire, chrm. A. Strouthes 157 RELIGION C. D. Spotts, chrm. G. W. Glick T. J. Hopkins R. S. Mickey 158 ROMANCE LANGUAGES H. L. Butler, chrm. H. L. Ballew S. L. Borton, Jr. H. E. Funk A. B. Jacob C. J. G. Mayaud R. A. Mazzara 1 159 R. F. Eshleman, chrm. H. Radetsky J. Sprey 160 CLASSICS and HUMANITIES CLASSICS D. W. Prakken, chrm. W. Morris HUMANITIES E. H. Phillips, chrm. L. J. Binkley E. E. Lewis W. Morris J. B. Noss D. W. Prakken 161 J. M. Cavanaugh MUSIC H. A. Gault R. F. Lunt J. H. Peifer, Jr. H Rev. R. Taylor 162 LIBRARY STAFF H. B. Anstaett R. E. Black G. W. Bordner H. R. Bush B. L. Hoffman B. S. Mauer D. R. Neprash P. P. RIttenhouse BOOK SHOP STAFF M. Hook M. Klaus E. Rut+er E. Stonesifer NORTH MUSEUM STAFF J. W. Price H. L. Feather J. E. Evans C. H. Holzinger F. R. Marson A. A. Futer F. S. Taylor J. M. Cavanaugh J. R. Holzinger D. L. Rutledge D. Woll E. Groff J. L. Stauffer L. J. Duersmlth H. E. Ranck K. B. Corbet! D. M. Miller 163 G. Romberger C, Onderdonlc M. Ashbey L. Alden M. Pew K, Deiter R. Lefever D. Schlott A. Wisniewski B. Franco . Bailey F, Gregory G. Frey E. Perdun L. Hammond R. Rich M. Sl. ' t2bdch V. Behrens E. Geisi tvl . Donef J. Kllhefner A. Loren M C. Schroeder U M M. Lapham SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS R. NOVIK, President R. SHARRAR, Treasurer .165 W. SHARRAR, Vice-President THE CLASS OF 1962 166 L D. ALTEMOSE N. C. ANDREADAKIS R. C. ANGONO D. L. ASDORIAN G. S. ASHMAN H. W. AURAND H. L AUSSPRUNG G. S. BAIR 167 N. J. BORRELLI C. F. BARRETT 4 D. P. BARRETT A. A. BENJAMIN R. H. BERKEN G. D. BERZINS A. H. BISHOP N. M. BISK I H. E. BLUMERS 168 B. J. BONNER R. A. BOOKSPAN E. BORAN W. G. BOWN 169 D. L BROWER H. P. BRUBAKER C. J. BUCHENOUER C. R. BURG C. S. CAMPBELL A. L BURNAFORD R. J. BUZZARD K. R. CASTAGNA R. CENSIER D. K. CERA J. H. CLARK D. L CLEMENS W. M. CLUNIE 171 K. V. COHO T. J. COLAVITO R. L. COLEMAN G. E. CONFER W. M. CONOVE W. Q. COPPINGER T. H. CORE 172 :| J. F. CORRIGAN F. F. CRAIGE 173 G. R. DAILEY T. A. DICKEL B. J. DALY R. F. DIFFENDAL A. G. DAVIS A. L DOLGE A. J. DECASPERIS J. K. DOXSEE I 174 ' J. T. DUVAL J. D. ESHLEMAN T. A. ERLANDSON J. W. FACKENTHAL H. L ERNST T. L. FAGAN W. C. ERTEL P. W. FAUST t-- ■ j J M M I JL» L. S. FAYE S. S. FEMAN M. L. FISHER H. S. FOUSE I A. H. FREEDMAN S. H. FRiEDENBERG R. H. FRANCE 176 L. C. GABLE A. S. GAETJENS J. L. GALLUCCI T. M. GARD 177 J. F. GILPATRIC M. S. GLASS 178 ■M. C. GOODMAN M. M. GOLDBERG G. L GOOD S. GOTTLIEB W. R. GRAFTON N. E. GREEN R. D. GRIFFITHS F. A. GRIMM W. T. GRIMSEY 179 E. W. GUSTAFSON T. J. HAAS H. R. HAGENAU J. HAIMES W. W. HAINES J. E. HAMBRISHT R. D. HAMSHER 180 i R. T. HARKER W. S. HARRY R. P. MASS D. C. HENRY 181 •H F. L. WEAVER H. M. HENSCHEL D. F. HESS G. W. HILL S. D. WEXLER C. R. HILLMAN J. HOLLOWAY R. H. HOOPER 182 D. E. HORN D. J. HORN R. E. HUDGINS H. C. WITTE R. C. HUNSICKER F. W. HURD J. J. lANNOLI C. H. YODER 183 G. H. JOHNSON K. J. KARNIG i J. W. KAUFFMAN A. M. KATZ R. E. KAUFFMAN SW M D. B. KESSLER J. L. KICHLINE P. E. KIDD J. B. KIMBERLY L A. KLEIMAN 184 1 I J R. E. KOCHE K. R. KOSKINEN T. F. KOZLEK G. A. KRAFT D. A. LABORNE M. J. LACHMAN R. S. LAHET D. H. LANDIS 185 R. C. LANDSIEDEL E. LASKOWSKI G. L LAVERGNE D. S. LAVINE WfitCOME 186 p. S. LAVINE D. C. LAW R. A. LEAVEY L. LeCALSEY D. R. LESTER D. B. LIND M. A. LINSHAW J. G. LITVANY N. M. LITZ 187 T. C. LOCKBURNER L. L LOOSE C. R. LOVELLETTE R H. LOWRIGHT M. T. MACPHEE F. MAUER R. F. MAURER 188 D. A. MAXWELL H. W. MAZLOFF W. C. McCLURE J. T. McCORMICK i» J. N. McDonald A. C. MILLER T. J. McKELVEY H. B. MILLER R. H. MEIER R. F. MITMAN I W. E. MEYERS J. S. MOGELOF 190 J. L MONROE J. P. MYERS D. H. MOSSON W. A. MYERS J. L. MOTT B. B. NELSON N. B. MURCHISON R. J. NISSLY 191 R. A. NORDBERG R. D. NOVIK ■- . m ,. , " V- ■;• ' : %.-. « L E. R. NOWICKI R. E. ONORATO D. C. PALMER D. J. PAPPAS Y. D. PARK 192 R. B. PARKER J. N. PATTISON T. S. PECK P. R. PEEL 193 4 S. A. PERELSON S. E. PERILSTEIN J. R. PITCARIN I F. S. POKRASS 194 ::y I D. G. POTTER C. R. PREVITI T. L. PROWELL F. C. RAABE L R. REICH F. J. REICHLEY L J. REILLY C. R. REYNOLDS T. K. RICHIE 195 k. J. R. RICHWINE M. E. RILL H. R. RINSE M. L RITTERSON R. E. ROBEY C. E. ROHLF B. R. ROMAN S. S. ROSE 196 H. ROSENBERG D. C. ROSENTHAL • T v5n? B. M. ROSSINI H. G. ROYER K. N. RUBIN G. D. RUTT B. C. SCHECTER P. G. SCHIPIOR 197 I J.C.SCHLOTZHAUER J. P. SCHNEIDER R. K. SHADDUCK L A. SHAFFER 19S H. SHAPIRO R. S. SHARRAR A. J. SHEAR T. E. SHEAR W. G. SHARRAR J. E. SHELLY F. L SHENK 199 W. H. SHOEMAKER A. L SILBER I E. J. SINKE J. P. SOWARD P. G. SPILLMAN R. D. STAHL A. B. SWERDLid 200 L. R. TANCRED! A. M. TANNLER G. H. TAYLOR P. E. TENHOOPEN LW.TROENSESAARD A. B. TURNER J. VANDERWALL 201 R. E. VOLLMER R. B. WALKER F. H. WALL R. O. WALTON D. B. WANNER R. A. WATERS D. G. SMITH B. L WEINSTEIN A. R. WEINSTOCK 11 1 { W. L. WEISBERG 202 J. C. WENGER T. R. WENGER F. G. WENTZEL J. A. WILEY J. K. WITTLE J. J. WILSON J. C. WISE D. B. WITWER A. W. WYBLE F. A. ZEHRER 203 ALTEMOSE, LABERT — A.B. Religion; Rieqelsville. Pa.: Football: Basketball, Mqr.: Chapel Committee: Residence Halls Council: Cheerleader. ANDREADAKIS. NICHOLAS C. — A.B. Physics: Samos, Greece: Phi Kappa Sig- ma: Sigma Pi Sigma: American Institute of Physics. ANSINO, RICHARD C. — A.B. Eng- lish: Duquesne, Pa.: Phi Kappa Sigma: Football: English Club: Black Pyramid. ASDORIAN, DAVID — A.B. Psycholo- gy: Lambda Chi Alpha: Swimming: La- crosse: Psychology Club. ASHMAN, GEORGE SUPPES — A.B. Biology: Johnstown, Pa.: Phi Sigma Kap- pa: Phi Sigma Kappa, President: 1,F. Council, Vice President: Black Pyramid: Tennis: Dormitory Counselor: Student Union Board: Porter Scientific Society. AURAND, HAROLD W. — A.B. History: Elysburq, Pa.: Phi Kappa Tau: I.F. Coun- cil, Representative: Phi Kappa Tau, Vice President: Phi Kappa Tau, President. AUSSPRUNG, H. LEON, JR. — A B. Biology: Philadelphia, Pa.: Pi Lambda Phi: Chess Club, Chess Team: Porter Scientific Society: I.F. Ping Pong, Base- ball. BAIR, GLENN S. — A.B. History: At- glen. Pa. BARRETT, C. — A.B. Mathematics: Mr. Mrs. Club: Veterans Club: Mathemat- ics Club. BARRETT, DON — A.B. French: Pleas- antville, N. J.: Lambda Chi Alpha: Swimmmq, Captain. BENJAMIN, ALAN ARTHUR — A.B. History: Great Neck, N. Y.: Zeta Beta Tau. BERKEN, RICHARD HUGH — A.B. Eng- lish: New York, N. Y.: Pi Lambda Phi, Steward: Student Weekly: Government Club. BERZINS, GEORGE — A.B. Government: Rego Park, Pa.: Chi Phi: Government Club: Soccer. BISHOP, ALAN HAMILTON — A.B. So- ciology: Phi Sigma Kappa: Basketball: Football: Baseball: Sociology Club. BISK, NATHAN MARTIN — A.B. Ac- counting: Maplewood, N. J.: Zeta Beta Tau: Accounting-Finance Club: Green Room Club: Pi Gamma Mu: Intra- mural Athletics. BLUMERS, HERVEY E. - A.B. English: Upper Montclair, N. J.: Lambda Chi Alpha: V .Vi .F.M.: English Club. BONNER, BERNARD JOSEPH — A B. English: Flourtown, Pa.: Phi Kappa PsI, Vice President: Football, Co-Captain: Wrestling: Baseball: English Club. BOOKSPAN, RICHARD A. — A.B. Ac- counting: Trenton, N. J.: Zeta Beta Tau: Student Weekly: Accounting-Finance Club: S.A.M.: W.W.F.M, BORAN, EDWARD — A.B. Accounting: Middleport, Pa.: Accounting Club: Mr. Mrs. Club: Veterans Club. BORRELLI, NIEL J. — A.B. English: Yonkers, N. Y.: Lambda Chi Alpha, So- cial Chairman: English Club: Lacrosse: Newman Club, Green Room: Student Weekly, BOWN, WALTER G. — A.B. Business Administration: Bethel Park, Pa,: Lambda Chi Alpha, treasurer: I.F.C., Representa- tive: I.F.C. Discipline Committee, Chair- man: I.F. Sports; Band. BROWER, DANIEL L. — A.B. Business; West Long Branch, N. J.: Phi Kappa Psi: Track: S.A.M. BRUBAKER, HENRY P. — A.B. Govern- ment; Lancaster, Pa.; Lambda Chi Al- pha: Student Weekly, News Editor: Gov- ernment Club, Treasurer: Oriflamme, Copy Editor. BURG, C. RODNEY — A.B, Chemistry; York, Pa.: Kappa Sigma; Marching Band: Concert Band: Mu Alpha Sigma; American Chemical Society. BURNAFORD, ALAN L. — A.B. Sociol- ogy; Lancaster, Pa.: Chi Phi; Sociology Club, President: Lacrosse, BUZZARD, ROBERT JOHN — A.B. Phys- ics: Lancaster, Pa, CAMPBELL, CURTIS STARR, JR. — A.B. History; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sig- ma; Glee Club; History Club. CASTAGNA, KENNETH R. — A B So- ciology; Staten Island, N. Y.; Phi Kappa Tau; Marching Band: Student Weekly; Sociology Club. CENSIER, ROBERT — A.B. English; Closter, N. J.; Dormitory Counselor. CERA, DONALD K. — A.B. Sociology; Massapequa, N. Y.; Intramural Sports; Football: Track: Sociology Club. CLARK, JOHN H. — A.B. Geology; Shlnglehouse, Pa,: Phi Kappa Tau: Geo- logical Society, Vice-President. CLEMENS, DAVID L. — A.B. Religion; Telford, Pa.: Phi Kappa Tau. CLUNIE, W. MARSHALL — A.B. Eng- lish: Rumford, Maine; English Club, COHO, KENNETH F. — A.B. History; Lancaster, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Co- Rush Chairman: Student Weekly, Busi- ness Manager: History Club. COLAVITO, THOMAS J. — A.B. Ge- ology: Baldwin, N. Y.; S.U.B. President; Student Council: Black Pyramid. COLEMAN, ROBERT L. — A.B. Biology; Ellzabethtown, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Marching and Concert Bands: Glee Club: Mu Upsilon Sigma; Intramural Sports. CONFER, GEORGE — A.B. Govern- ment; Hamburg, Pa.; Porter Scientific Society: Government Club. SENIOR CONOVER, WAYNE MOORE — A.B. Mathematics; Englishtown, N. J.; Kappa Sigma: Basketball; Mathematics Club. COPPINGER, WILLIAM Q. — A.B. Eng- lish: Princeton, N. J.; Delta Sigma Phi; English Club: Student Weekly; Green Room: W.W.F.M. CORE, THOMAS H. — A.B. Business Administration: Uniontown, Pa.: Phi Del- ta Theta (W. J.) Alpha Delta Sigma, Treasurer; Accounting and Finance Club. Vice-President; S.A.M. CORRIGAN, JOHN FRANCE — A.B. Accounting; Schenectady, N. Y.; Lamb- da Chi Alpha, Athletic Chairman; Swimming: Alpha Delta Sigma: Newman Club: Accounting and Finance Club: Soccer; Golf. CRAIGE, FIT2ERALD F. — A.B. Eng- lish: Pomona, N. J.; Arnold Air Society: English Club. CRAWFORD, RICHARDS H. JR. — A.B. Business Administration: Wllliamsville, N. Y.; Chi Phi, Vice-Presdent; Rush Chairman; Soccer; Alpha Delta Sigma; Secretary: Accounting and Finance Club; Oriflamme, Associate Editor. 204 CRISSMAN, JACK GORDON — A.B. Accounting: Lock Haven, Pa.: Lambda Chi Alpha; Accounting and Finance Club; Student Weekly, Comptroller. DAI LEY, GEORGE RAYMOND, JR. — A.B. History; Haddon Heights, N. J.; Sigma Pi; History Club. Treasurer; Ge- ology Club; I.F. Sports. DALY, BRIAN T. — A.B. English; New York, N. v.; Sigma Pi; I.F. Sports. DAVIS, A. GARTH — A.B. Biology; Lewistown, Pa.; Chi Phi, President; Black Pyramid; Student Council; Basketball; Porter Scientific Society. President; Freshman Class. President: Sophomore Class President; Junior Class. Vice- President. DECASPERIS. ANTHONY J. — A.B. Blclogy: Altoona, Pa.; Delta Sigma Phi, Social Chairman; Porter Scientific So- ciety; Newman Club. DICKEL, TODD A. — A.B. Business Ad- ministration; Forest Hills, N. Y.; Sigma PI. DIFFENDAL, ROBERT F., JR. — A.B. Geology; Hagerstown, Md.; Phi Kappa Tau; Geologic Society. DOLGE, ALAN L. — A.B. Sociology; V estport, Conn.; Lambda Chi Alpha: Sociology Club; Swimming; Porter Sci- entific Society. DOXSEE, JOHN C. — A.B. Sociology; Islip, N. Y.: Phi Sigma Kappa; Football: Sociology Club. DUVAL, JOHN TABS — A.B English; Jenkintown, Pa.; Green Room; Ice Hockey; English Club. ERLANDSON, THOMAS A. — A.B. Bi- ology; Porter Scientific Society; Luther- an Student Association. ERNST, HOWARD LESLIE — A.B. Eng- lish; New York, N. Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; English Club. ERTEL, WILLIAM C. — A.B. Sociology: Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Phi Sigma Kappa: Stu- dent Weekly; Sociology Club. ESHLEMAN, JOHN DAVID — A.B. Bi- ology; Lancaster, Pa.; Phi Sigma Kappa; Football, Lacrosse: Glee Club, Presi- dent: Chapel Choir: Black Pyramid. FACKENTHAL, JOHN — A.B. Econom- ics; Easton, Pa.; Economics Club. FAGAN, THOMAS L. — A.B. Mathe matics; Darby, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma: Marching and Concert Bands: Porter Scientific Society; Mathematics Club; Mu Upsilon Sigma. FAUST, PETER WILLIAM — A.B. His- tory: Johnstown Pa.; Chi Phi; History Club. FAYE, LAWRENCE S. — A B. Govern- ment; Bridgeport, Conn.: Zeta Beta Tau; Government Club, President: Head Dormitory Counselor; Debating Society. FEMAN, STEPHEN S. — A.B. Chemistry; West End, N. J.; Glee Club: Dormitory Counselor; Porter Scientific Society; American Chemical Society. FISHER, MARK LAURENCE — A.B. Sociology: New Haven, Conn.: Zeta Beta Tau; Junior Class, Treasurer: So- ciology Club, Treasurer; Black Pyramid: Student Weekly, Co-Editor-in-Chief. FOUSE, HARRY S. — A.B. Accounting; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Football, Manager; Basketball, Manager; Accounting and Finance Club. FRANCE, RALPH H. II — A.B. Govern- ment; Baltimore, Maryland; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Theta; Government Club; Intramural Basketball: Arnold Air Society. FREEDMAN, ARNOLD H. — A.B. Psy- chology; Orange, Conn.; Pi Lambda Phi; Hockey Club; Psychology Club, Secre- tary. FRIEDENBERG, GARY HOWARD — A.B. Accounting: Rockville Centre, N. Y.; Zeta Beta Tau: Oriflamme: Account- ing Club. GABLE, LOUIS C. — A.B. English: Rheems, Pa.; Kappa Sigma; Newman Club; English Club. GAETJENS, ARTHUR GERARD — A.B Sociology; West Nyack, N. Y.: Lambda Chi Alpha; Football; Hockey Club: Base- ball; Arnold Air Society; Sociology Club; I.R.C. History Club. GALLUCCI, JOSEPH L. — A.B. Socl- ology; Hellertown, Pa.; Phi Sigma Kap- pa; Sociology Club. GARD, THEODORE M. — A.B. Ge- ology; Lisbon. Ohio; Delta Sigma Phi; Geological Society, President. GILPATRIC, JOHN F. — A.B History; New York, N, Y. GLASS, MICHAEL S. — A.B English; New York. N. Y.: Lambda Chi Alpha: English Club, President: Swimming: Tennis- GOLDBERG, MAYNARD — A.B. Ac- counting; Chester, Pa.; Zeta Beta Tau: Accounting-Finance Club; Student Weekly. GOOD, GARY LEE — A.B. Mathemat- ics: Ephrata, Pa.; Chess Club. GOODMAN, MARVIN C. — A.B. Eng- lish; Lancaster, Pa.: Government Club; English Club. GOHLIEB, STUART — A.B. Biology; Camden, N. J.: Zeta Beta Tau; Porter Scientific Society. GRAFTON, WILLIAM R. — A.B. Busi- ness Administration: Trenton, N. J.; Del- ta Sigma Phi: Student Weekly: Photo Editor; S.A.M. GREEN, NEIL — A.B. Biology; Norwalk, Conn.; Zeta Beta Tau, Student Council: Freshman Orientation Counselor: Porter Scientific Society; W.W.F.M. GRIFFITHS, ROBERT DAVID — A.B. Business Administration; Rosemont, Pa.: Phi Sigma Kappa; Accounting-Finance Club; Football; Lacrosse; I.F. Sports. GRIMM, FREDDY A. — A.B. Mathe- matics; Upper Darby, Pa.: Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-President; Porter Scientific Society; Baseball, Manager; Mathemat- ics Club. GRIMSEY, WAYNE T. — A.B. Business Administration: White Plains. N. Y.; Sig- ma Pi, Vice-President: Arnold Air So- ciety. Administration Officer: Account- ing-Finance Club; Glee Club; I.F. Sports. GUSTAFSON, ERIC W. — A.B. Ac- counting: Lancaster, Pa.: Accounting and Finance Club, President; S.A.M., Vice- President: Mr, and Mrs. Club, Secretary. HAAS, THOMAS JAMES — A.B. Eng- lish; Bethel, Conn.; Zeta Beta Tau; Green Room Club: English Club. HAGENAU, HERBERT R. — A.B. Ger- man; Elizabeth, N. J.; Delta Sigma Phi. Sqt. at Arms; Marching Band; Track; Cross-Country. Co-Captain. 205 1 HAIMES, JAMES — A.B. Economics; New York, N. Y.; Pi Lambda Phi: Marching Band: Concert Band: History Club: Student Weekly: Government Club: Economics Club; l.R.C. Club. HAINES, WILLIAM WARNER — A.B. History; Jenk intown, Pa.; Sigma Pi. Sec- retary: Band; Student Weekly; History Club: Sociology Club. HAMBRIGHT, JOHN EARL — A.B. Government: Lancaster, Pa.; Phi Beta Kappa: Pi Gamma Mu, President; De- bate Society, President; Black Pyramid, Secretary; Campus Young Republicans, President: Government Club, English Club. HAMSHER. RONALD DAVID — A.B. Socloloqy; Topton, Pa.; Kappa Sigma: Band; Phi Upsilon Kappa. MARKER, RALPH T., JR. — A.B. Psy- chology; Havertown, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Cross Country. HARRY, W. SCOTT — A.B. Business Ad- ministration; Haddonfield, N. J.; Chi Phi; Hockey Club; SAM. HASS, RICHARD P. — A.B. History; York, Pa.: Sigma Pi; I.E. Sports: Gov- ernment Club; History Club. HENSCHEL, HOWARD M. — A.B, Economics; Morrisville, Pa.; PI Lambda Phi, President; I.E. Council; Oriflamme; Student Weekly, Dist. Mgr.: S.A.M.; Economics Club: Sociology Club. HUDGINS, ROBERT E. — A.B. Account- ing; Swarthmore, Pa.; Kappa Sigma, Steward: I.F. Council; Band; ing-Finance Club; I.F. Sports. Account- HENRY, DAVID C. — A.B. History; Brookviile, Pa.; Chi Phi Baseball: History Club. HESS, DAVID F. — A.B. Geology; Doylestown, Pa.; Mu Upsilon Sigma; Concert and Marching Bands: Campus Christian Fellowship: Geological Society: Student Weekly; l.R.C. HILL, GEORGE — A.B. Business Ad- ministration; Woodbury, N. J.; Chi Phi; Golf. HILLMAN, C. ROBERT — A.B. Account- ing; Fairfield, Conn.; Zeta Beta Tau: Accounting-Finance Club. HOLLOWAY, JAY — A.B. Business Ad- ministration; Baltimore, Md,: Phi Kappa Tau; Arnold Air Society. HOOPER, ROGER H. - A.B. French; Ridgewood, N. J.; French Club: Com- mittee for Social Action: Student Weekly. HORN, DAVID — A.B. Chemistry: Palm- erton. Pa.; Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Black Pyramid: American Chemical So- ciety: Mu Upsilon Sigma, President.: Band; Dorm Counselor. HORN, DONALD JEROME — A.B. So- cioiogy; Massapegua N, Y.; Wrestling; Football; Sociology Club. HUNSICKER, ROBERT C. — A.B. Bi- ology; Allentown, Pa.; Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Mu Upsilon Sigma, Secretary; Concert and Marching Band: Dance Band. HURD, FRED W. - Hamden, Conn., Phi Geological Society. A.B. Geology; Sigma Kappa: lANNOLI, JOSEPH JOHN, JR. — A.B. History; Wellesley, Mass.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Senior Class, Secretary: Student Council, Treas.; Student Judiciary Board, Chairman; Committee on Student Con- duct; Residence Halls Judiciary Board; Orientation Group Leader: History Club. JOHNSON, GEORGE HEATON, III — A.B. English; Vmcentown, N. J.; Phi Kappa Sigma; l.R.C, President, Treas- urer, Green Room, English Club. KARNIG, KENNETH — A.B. Account- ing; Flushing, N. Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; Golf; Accounting-Finance Club. KATZ, ALBERT — A.B, Economics; Martinsburg, W. Va.; Pi Lambda Phi, Vice President: Economics Club; Phi Alpha Theta. KAUFFMAN, ROBERT E. — A.B. Eng- lish; Manheim, Pa.; Student Weekly, De- bate Society, Secretary: S.E.A.; English Club. KAUFMAN, JOHN W. — A.B. Geol- ogy; Pittsburgh, Pa.: Geological Society, American Association for the Advance- ment of Science. KESSLER. DALE B. — A.B. History; Bala Cynwyd, Pa.; Student Judiciary Board; Student Council, Secretary; Black Pyramid. President: Student Union Board: S.E.A.; Soccer. KICHLINE. JAMES L — A.B. Econom- ics: Hellertown, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice President; Phi Alpha Theta; Eco- nomics Club: l.R.C, Treasurer: Account- ing-Finance Club. KIDD, PHILIP E. — A.B. Economics; LaJolla, Calif.; Phi Kappa Sigma: Ac- counting-Finance Club, Chaplain; Eco- nomics Club; l.R.C; Intramural Sports. KIMBERLY, JAMES BOSLEY — A.B. English; Buffalo, N. Y ; Chi Phi, Pledge- master; Glee Club. KLEIMAN. LOWELL A. — A.B. Eng- lish; Roslyn, N. Y.; Zeta Beta Tau, His- torian; Wrestling; Student Weekly, Sports Editor; Debating Team; Green Room; English Club. KOCHE, ROBERT E. — A.B. Account- ing: Lancaster, Pa.; Accounting-Finance Club, Secretary; Intramural Sports. KOSKINEN. KENNETH RALPH — A.B. Chemistry; Baltimore, Md.; Phi Kappa Sigma: Cross Country; Dorm Counselor: Student Weekly, Porter Scientific So- ciety; American Chemical Society; In- tramural Sports. KOZLEK, THOMAS F. — A.B. Biology: Swoyerville, Pa.; Intramural Sports; Por- ter Scientific Society; Newman Club. KRAFT. GORDON ARMSTRONG — A.B. Mathematics: Lancaster, Pa.; Phi Kappa Psi ; Football, Co-Captain; Swim- ming; Track, Co-Captain; S.E.A.; Math Club: Black Pyramid. LABORNE. DAVID A., JR. — A.B. Busi- ness Administration ; Wellesley, Mass.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chairman; Accounting-Finance Club; S.A.M. LACHMAN. MARTIN — A.B. Biology; Allentown, Pa.: Committee for Social Action. LAHET, ROY S. — A.B. History; New Holland, Pa.; History Club, President; Phi Alpha Theta, President; Phi Upsilon Kappa, Vice President; Marching Band. LANDIS, DAVID H. — A.B. Chemistry; Lancaster, Pa.; American Chemical So- ciety: Chapel Choir; Glee Club. LANDSIEDAL. ROBERT — A.B. English; Milford, Conn.; Delta Sigma Phi; Eng- lish Club; Glee Club. LASKOWSKI. LEROY E., JR. — A.B. Business Administration; Harrlsburg, Pa.; Student Weekly. 206 LAVERGNE, GUILLERMO LUIS — A.B. Business Administration: San Juan, Puerto Rico: Sigma Pi, Treasurer: Tennis: I.F.C., Secretary: S,A.M.: W.W.F.M,: Accounting-Finance Club. LAVINE, DAVID S. — A,B, English: Fairfield, Conn.: English Club. LAVINE. PETER GAY — A.B. Biology: Trenton, N. J.: Zeta Beta Tau: Porter Scientific Society: Golf. LAW, DAVID C. - caster. Pa.: Soccer. A.B. Russian: Lan- LEAVEY, RICHARD — A.B. Chemistry: Harrisburg, Pa.: Zeta Beta Tau, Presi- dent: Secretary: W.W.F.M.: Intramural Sports: American Association for the Advancement of Science. LESTER, DAVID R. — A.B. Spanish: Nutley, N. J.: Sigma Pi: House-Manager: Tennis: R.O.T.C. LECALSEY, LEWIS — A.B. English: Springfield, Del, Co,. Pa.: Phi Kappa Psi: Soccer: Lacrosse: Head Dormitory Counselor: English Club: Freshman Ori- entation. Chairman: Student Judiciary Board; Black Pyramid: Orlflamme. LINSHAW. MICHAEL ABRAM — A.B. Philosophy: Elklns Park, Pa,; Zeta Beta Tau; Wrestling: Chess Club, LIND, DENNIS BARRY — A.B, English; New Brunswick, N, J.: Pi Lambda Phi; Dlagnothean-Goethean Literary Society: Porter Scientific Society: A,A,A,S,: Eng- lish Club: Dormitory Counselor, LITVANY, JONATHAN GREER — A,B. History; Glen Ridge, N, J,; Phi Kappa Psi, Secretary; Football; Track, Co- Captaln, LITZ, NORMAN — A,B, Spanish; Phil- adelphia, Pa,; S,E,A,; English Club: Stu- dent Committee for Social Action, LOCKBURNER, THOMAS CARL — AS, Accounting; Lafayette, N, J,; Account- ing-Finance Club, LOOSE, LARRY LEE — A,B. Business Administration; Lancaster, Pa,: Orl- flamme, Editor- 1 962; Alpha Delta Sigma, Vice President: Alpha Delta Sigma, East- ern Regional Vice President: Black Pyra- mid: S.A.M.: Orientation Counselor, LOVELLETTE, CURTIS R. — A,B, Busi- ness Administration; Lancaster, Pa. LOWRIGHT, RICHARD H. — A.B. Geology; Hershey, Pa.: Lambda Chi Alpha: Geological Society. MACPHEE, MALCOLM T., JR. — A.B. Mathematics; Huntington, West Vir- ginia; Delta Sigma Phi; Math Club; American Institute of Physics; I.F. Sports: Basketball, Manager. MAUER, FREDERICK, III — A.B. So- ciology: Mathwan, N. J,; Delta Sigma Phi; Porter Scientific Society; Sociology Club: Government Club. MAURER, ROBERT F. — A.B. Mathe- matics; Hershey, Pa,: Glee Club; Math Club. MAXWELL. DONALD A. — A.B. Eng- lish: Readmg, Pa,: Veteran ' s Club: Eng- lish Club: W.W.F.M. MAZLOFF, HOWARD W. — A.B. Ac- counting; Cheltenham, Pa,: Zeta Beta Tau; W.W.F.M.; Green Room; Account- ing-Finance Club: Football. McCLURE, WILLIAM C. — A.B. His- tory: Bridgeville, Pa.: Lambda Chi Alpha: Football: History Club. Vice President: Phi Alpha Theta, Vice Presi- dent; PI Gamma Mu, McCORMICK, JAMES THOMAS — A.B, Mathematics; Seaford. N. Y.; Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice President; Football; Baseball: Math Club; Newman Club, McDONALD, JACK N. — A.B. Geol- ogy; Washington Boro, Pa.; Geological Society: A.A.A.S. McKELVEY, THOMAS — A.B. Biology: Oxford, Pa. MEIER, ROBERT H., Ill — A.B. Biology: Phoenixville, Pa,; Kappa Sigma: Student Weekly: Glee Club: Chapel Choir; Cheerleader: Assistant College Organist. MEYERS, WILLIAM E. — A.B. Mathe- matics: Hershey, Pa,; Lambda Chi Alpha; Math Club; Phi Beta Kappa; PI Gamma Mu. MILLER, ANTHONY C. — A.B. English; Nyack, N, Y.; Phi Sigma Kappa; La- crosse: English Club. MILLER, HOWARD BORTON, JR. — A.B. Business Administration: Springfield, Pa.; Phi Kappa Psi, Secretary: Swimming, Co-Captaln. MITMAN, RUSSELL FRANKLIN, JR. — A.B. German; Pennsburg, Pa.; Phi Upsl- Ion Kappa, President: Glee Club, Vice President: Chapel Choir, MOGELOF, JEFFREY S. — A,B. Eng- ish; Brooklyn, N, Y,; Zeta Beta Tau; English Club: W.W.F.M. MONROE, JAMES L. — A.B. Account- ing: MIddlevIlle, N, J.; Chi Phi; PI Gamma Mu: Accounting-Finance Club; Basketball; Dormitory Counselor, MOTT, JORDAN L. — A.B, History: North Guilford, Conn.: Delta Sigma Phi: Glee Club; History Club, Secre- tary: l,F, Sports, MOSSON, DAVID — A,B, English; New York, N, Y.: Zeta Beta Tau: English Club; Student Weekly. MURCHISON, NEIL B. — A.B. Ac- counting; Tyrone, Pa,: Chi Phi; S,A.M.; Accounting-Finance Club; Newman Club. MYERS, JOHN PHILIP — A.B. Ac- counting: Christiana, Pa.: PI Gamma Mu. Vice President; Accounting-Finance Club: R.O.T.C. MYERS, WILLIAM A. — A.B. Psychol- ogy: Lancaster, Pa. NELSON, BRUCE B. — A.B. Sociology: Glen Cove, N. Y.; Sociology Club. NISSLY, ROGER JOHN — A. B. Eng- llsh; Lancaster, Pa.; English Club: Liter- ary Magazine. NORDBERS, ROBERT ALAN — A.B. Psychology: Harrisburg, Pa,; Phi Sigma Kappa; Glee Club; International Rela- tions Club; Dormitory Counselor; Orien- tation Counselor: Student Weekly: Psy- chology Club, NOVIK, RICHARD D. — A.B, English; Stamford, Conn.: Zeta Beta Tau: Student Council, President: Treasurer; Senior Class, President; Junior Class, President; Sophomore Class, Vice President; Fresh- man Class, Secretary: I.F.C.; WWFM; English Club; Black Pyramid. NOWICKI, EDWARD RICHARD — A.B. Biology: Gettysburg, Pa,; Dance Band: Brass Choir; Band. ONORATO, RONALD E. — A.B. Eng- lish; Plalnvllle, Conn.; Lambda Chi Al- pha: Literary Magazine, Editor: English Club. PALMER, DAVID CHALMERS — A,B. Business Administration; Bernardsvllle, N,J.: Marching and Concert Band; Mu Upsllon Sigma; S.A.M. Accounting-Fi- nance Club. 207 PAPPAS, DON JAMES — A.B. History: Buffalo, N.Y.: Phi Sigma Kappa: Basket- ball, Captain: Baseball, Captain: His- tory Club: Dormitory Counselor; Intra- mural Sport :. PARK, YONG D. — A.B. Economics; Seoul, Korea; Economics Club. PARKER, ROBERT B., Ill — A.B. Eng- lish- Fairbanks, Alaska; Englisfi Club. PATTISON, JOSEPH N., IV — A.B. Eco- nomics; Glenside, Pa.; Chi Phi; Swim- ming: Soccer; Economics Club. RICHIE, THOMAS K. — A.B. Sociology; Williamson, W. Va.; Sociology Club; A.A.A.S. RICHWINE, JAMES ROBERT, JR. — A.B. Business Administration; Dillsburg, Pa.; Accounting-Finance Club; S.A.M. RILL, MORRIS EUGENE — A.B. Mathe- matics: Upperco, Md.; Student Weekly; Cross Count. ' -y: Math Club, Secretary; S.E.A.; A.A.A.S.; Mr. and Mrs. Club. RINGE, HENRY RALPH, II — A.B. Eng- lish; Lancaster, Pa.: English Club, Tennis. PECK, THEODORE GORDON — A.B. History; Kmgston, N.Y.; Phi Kappa Psl; Football; Lacrosse; Green Room; His- tory Club. RinERSON, MICHAEL L. — A.B. Ger- man: Excelsior, Minn.: Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer: Head Dorm Counselor: Green Room: WWFM; Student Weekly. PEEL, PAUL R. — A.B. History: Lancas- ter, Pa.: Phi Upsllon Kappa: History Club: Lutheran Students Association; S.E.A. PERELSON, STEPHEN ARTHUR — A.B. Accounting: Queens Village, N.Y.: PI Lambda Phi, Treasurer; Accounting-Fi- nance Club: Orlflamme. PERILSTEIN, STEPHEN E. — A.B. Ac- counting: Bala Cynwyd, Pa.; Pi Lambda Phi: Accounting-Finance Club; Student Weekly, Advertising and Business Mana- ger. PITCAIRN, JAMES R., JR. — A.B. Busi- ness Administration; Pittsburgh, Pa.: Sig- ma PI; Soccer: I.F. Council; S.A.M. POKRASS, FRANK S. — A.B. Sociology; Reading, Pa.: PI Lambda Phi; WWFM: Sociology Club; Student Weekly; Porter Scientific Society. POTTER. DALE GORDON — A.B. Busi- ness Administration: Lancaster, Pa.: Sig- ma Pi; Alpha Delta Sigma, President; Veterans Club, President: Orlflamme, Business Manager: S.A.M. Government Club: PI Gamma Mu. PREVITI, CHARLES RICHARD — A.B. Government; Pleasantvllle, N.J.: Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President: Government Club: Newman Club. PROWELL, TIM — A.B. English; York, Pa.: Delta Sigma Phi; English Club. RAABE, F. CONRAD — A.B. Govern- ment: New York, N.Y.: Lambda Chi Alpha; Glee Club: Government Club: Wrestling, Manager: Head Dormitory Counselor. REICH, LAWRENCE R. — A.B. Govern- ment; White Plains, N.Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; Swimming, Government Club. REICHLEY, FRED J. — A.B. Chemistry; Sunbury, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma: Ameri- can Chemical Society. President; Con- cert and Marching Bands; Mu Upsilon Sigma, Vice President; Black Pyramid; Dorm Counselor. REILLY, LAURENCE JAMES — A.B. Business Administration; Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.; Phi Kappa Psl; S.A.M.; Account- ing-Finance Club. ROBEY, ROBERT E. — A.B. Biology; Lancaster, Pa.; Glee Club. ROHLF, CHARLES E. — A.B. Chemis- try: Lancaster, Pa. ROMAN, BRUCE R. — A.B. Biology; Baldwin, N.Y.; Tennis, Co-Captaln; Por- ter Scientific Society: Arnold Air So- ciety: Newman Club: Intramural Sports. ROSE, STEPHEN — A.B. Government; Bayonne, N.J.: Zeta Beta Tau: WWFM; Track, Manager, Government Club. ROSENBERG, HERBERT — A.B. Mathe- matics: Baltimore, Md.: Zeta Beta Tau: Student Weekly, Circulation Manager, I.F. Sports. ROSENTHAL, DAVID — A.B. Sociology: Scranton, Pa.; Green Room; Sociology Club. ROSSINI, BURNELL M. — A.B. Ac- counting; Schaefferstown, Pa.: Chi Phi; Basketball: Soccer, Captain: Track: Ac- counting-Finance Club; Alpha Delta Sig- ma: Orlflamme. ROYER, HARRY G. — A.B. History; Pottstown, Pa.: Kappa Sigma: Phi Up- silon Kappa, Secretary, Treasurer; Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary, Treasurer, RUBIN, KENNETH NEAL — A.B. Busi- ness Administration; Pittsburgh, Pa.: Pi Lambda Phi; S.A.M.: International Rela- tions Club. RUTT, GERALD D. — A.B. Mathematics; Mt. Joy, Pa.: Math Club. SCHECTER, BENJAMIN C. — A.B. Chemistry: Pottsvllle, Pa.; Zeta Beta Tau; I.F. Council: Porter Scientific Society. SCHIPIOR, PAUL GEORGE — A.B. Bi- ology; Bridgeport, Conn.; Committee for Social Action; American Chemical So- ciety. SCHLOTZHAUER, JOHN CARL — A.B. Chemistry; Berwick, Pa.; Transfer-Sus- guehanna University, SCHNEIDER, JOHN P. — A.B. Business Administration; Cleveland, Ohio: Chi Phi; Inter-Fraternity Council. President; S.A.M.: Accounting-Finance Club. SHADDUCK, ROBERT KENT — A.B. Mathematics: Wilmington, Del.; Lambda Chi Alpha: Marching Band: Math Club. SHAFFER, LAMONT ANDREW — A.B. Mathematics; Woodbridge, N.J.: Can- terbury Club; Mr. and Mrs. Club, Vice- President; Math Club. SHAPIRO, HARVEY — A.B. Biology; Wyncote, Pa.: Committee for Social Ac- tion: Africa Speaks, Coordinator. SHARRAR, ROBERT G. — A.B. Chemis- try; Altoona, Pa.: Senior Class, Treasur- er: Black Pyramid: Student Council, Re- cording Secretary: Student Union Board: Treasurer: Student Weekly: American Chemical Society; Cheerleader. SHARRAR, WILLIAM G. — A.B, Biol- ogy; Altoona, Pa.; Senior Class. Vice- President; Student Council, Vice-Presi- dent: Student Union Board, Vice-Presi- dent; Black Pyramid: Cheerleader: Stu- dent Weekly. SHEAR, ALEXANDER J. — A B. Ac- counting; ' Lancaster, Pa.; Alpha Delta Sigma: Orlflamme, Co-Senior Editor; Ac- counting-Finance Club; International Re- lations Club: Intramural Sports. 208 SPECTOR, STEPHEN - A.B. Account- ing; Merrick, N.Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; Ac- counting-Finance Cljb, Treasurer; Basket- ball; Green Room Club- Golf; W.W.F.M. SPILLMAN, PHILIP G. — A.B. Business Administration; Lancaster, Pa.: Chi Phi; Soccer; Hockey; S.A.M. Treasurer; Al- pha Delta Sigma. STAHL, RALPH — A.B. Business Ad- ministration; Dallastown, Pa.; Account- ing-Finance Club. SWERDLICK, ALLEN BURTON — A.B. Accounting; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Pi Lambda Phi; Accounting-Finance Club; I.F. Bas- ketball. TANCREDI, LAURENCE — A.B. English; Hershey, Pa.; Philosophy Club. TANNLER, ALBERT MICHAEL — A.B. English; Scranton, Pa.; Phi Upsilon Kap- pa; Chapel Committee, Chairman. WEINSTEIN. BERNARD A.B. Chem Istry: Brooklyn, N.Y.; Pi Lambda Phi; American Chemical Society; Student Weekly; Porter Scientific Society: Phil- osophy Club. WEINSTOCK. ALAN ROBERT — A.B. Biology; Stamford, Conn.; Pi Lambda Phi; Student Weekly. WEISBERG, WALTER LEONARD — A.B. Government; Lynbrook, ,N.Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; Pi Gamma Mu; Government Club, Secretary; International Relations Club, Secretary-Treasurer. WENGER, JOHN C. — A.B. Biology; Quarryville, Pa. WENGER, THOMAS ROY — A.B. Gov- ernment; Lancaster, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sig- ma, Secretary; Government Club; Pi Gamma Mu. SHEAR, THEODORE E. — A.B. Account- ing; Lancaster, Pa.; Alpha Delta Sigma; International Relations Club; Oriflamme Co-Senior Editor; Intramural Sports; Ac- counting-Finance Club. SHELLY, JOHN E. — A.B. History; Mer- cersburg. Pa. SHENK. FRANKLIN L. — A.B. English: Lancaster, Pa.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Stu- dent Weekly, Co-Editor; English Club: Black Pyramid, Vice-President; Literary Magazine, Managing Editor; Swimming. SHOEMAKER, WILLIAM HUMMEL — A.B. English; Ardmore, Pa.; Phi Kappa Psi; Lacrosse, Captain; Green Room President. SILBER, ARTHUR L. — A.B. History: Jamaica, N.Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; Debating Team; History Club; Student Weekly, Features Editor; Baseball; Green Room. SINKE, EDWARD J. — A.B. Chemistry; Millersville, Pa.; Phi Beta Kappa; Ameri- can Chemical Society: Chess Club. SOWARD, JOHN P. — A.B. English; Summit, N.J.; English Club: Geology Club: Sociology Club. TAYLOR, GEORGE H. — A.B. Busi- ness Administration; Manhasset, N.Y.; Phi Sigma Kappa; Lacrosse; S.A.M.; Ac- counting-Finance Club; Phi Sigma Kap- pa, Treasurer. TEN HOOPEN, PAUL E., JR. — A.B. English; Eden, N.Y.; Chi Phi; Glee Club; Chapel Choir: Baseball; S.U.B.; Football. TROENSEGAARD, KINGDOM WIL- LIAM — A.B. Geology: Arlington, Va.; Geological Society. TURNER, ANDREW B. — A.B. Chemis- try: Lock Haven, Pa.: Kappa Sigma; Concert Marching Bands; American Chemical Society; Mu Upsilon Sigma. VANDERWALL, JONATHAN — A.B Mathematics; Hershey, Pa.: Math Club. VOIGT, WERNER R., JR. — A.B. French; Madrid, Spain. VOLLMER, RUSSELL C. — A.B. Soci- ology: Greenlav n, N.Y.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Green Room, Technical Director. WALKER, G. R. BRUCE — A.B. His- tory; Valley Stream, N.Y.: Green Room, Canterbury Club. WALL, FRED H. — A.B. History; New City, N.Y.; Phi Kappa Sigma: History Club. WALTON, ROBERT O. JR. — A.B. Ac- counting; Upper Mountclair, N.J.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Accounting-Finance Club. WANNER, DANIEL B. — A.B. Account- ing; Ambler, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Ac- counting-Finance Club; Dorm Counselor; I.F. Sports; I.F.C., Representative. WATERS, RICHARD ALBERT — A.B. Sociology; Madison, N.J.; Sociology Club; S.A.M. ; Oriflamme. WEAVER, FRANK L, JR. — A.B. Biol- ogy: Bird-in-hland, Pa.; Kappa Sigma: Green Room: Porter Scientific Society; Cross Count ' -y; A.A.A.S. WENTZEL, FREDERICK — A.B. History; Jeannette, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma; In- ternational Relations Club; History Club: Lacrosse. WEXLER, SIDNEY — A.B. Accounting; Jersey City, N.J.; Accounting-Finance Club; Intramural Sports; Green Room; Oriflamme. WILEY, JAMES A. A.B. Spanish; Glen Ridqe, NJ.; Phi Kappa Sigma, Steward: Arnold Air Society; I.F. Sports; " CoMege Bowl " Planning Committee; R.O.T.C. WILSON, JOHN — A.B. Spanish; Pel- ham Manor, N.Y.; Sigma Pi. WISE, JERE CLARK — A.B. History; Lancaster, Pa.; History Club. WITTLE, JOHN KENNETH — A. 8. Chemistry; Florin, Pa.; American Chemi- cal Society. WITWER. DONALD B. — A.B. Mathe- matics; Lancaster, Pa.; Sigma Pi; Vete- rans Club. WITTE, HERMANN — A.B. Geology: Trenton, N. J.; Geological Society. WYBLE, ARTHUR W., JR. — A.B. Ger- man; Baltimore, Md.; Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary; I.F. Council; S.E.A, YODER, CLAUDE H. — A.B. Chemis- try; West Reading. Pa.; American Chem- ical Society. ZEHRER, FREDERICK A. — A.B. Psy- chology: San Antonio. Texas: Chi Phi, Treasurer, President; Student Council: Block Pyramid; Student Judiciary Board: R.O.T.C: Football; Arnold Air Society; Class Secretary, Treasurer. REYNOLDS, CHARLES R. A.B. Bus- iness Administration; Greenv lch, Conn.; Chi Phi; Hockey. 209 210 ' s • iv ■ " ■■■ ' «. - . " J, - iW s :i ' -1 T ' iJ I i- ' . =sr W ' -t jCLMM£RClA C8E01T PLAI, F«SifKSi ' m ■J- ■ mW m. A0VEIITISEliS Mr. and Mrs. Emi! Abbiati Mr., James S. Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allman Mr. and Mrs. Slendon Andrews Mis. Fiiomena Angino Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Banks Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Berthold Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Beyers Mr. Chauncey G. Bevin Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Bieber Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bingenhelmer Mr. and Mrs. Julian J. Blagg Dr. and Mrs. Frank Borreili Mr. and Mrs. George Brey Mrs. Stewart Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Carabello Dr. James E. Compson Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Crane Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cushman Mr. and Mrs. James R. Day Mr. and Mrs. Morris Denkin Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dolge Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dopp Mr. and Mrs. Henry Durna Mr. and Mrs. L. 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Stockel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swerdlick Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tannler Mr. and Mrs. William Z. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Trout Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vanderwall Mr. David Warren Mr. and Mrs. Elwood B. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Weber, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Welpton Mr. F. Lee H. Wendell Mrs. James A. Wiley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Williams Williams Grove, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Max Wishnofsky Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Yoder Mr. and Mrs. William S. York Mr. Samuel Zablocki 213 Our new and modern Book Shop has everything from Chaucer to tooth- paste. With its self-service atmosphere this shop is one of the main points of interest for visitors, friends and alumni. Under the fine man- agement of Mrs. hHook, students are able to shop in a quick and friendly manner. 214 When in need of a suit or merely a tie, the F M student usually finds himself heading to Jackson ' s Quality Mens Shop. When shopping downtown, stu- dents often drop in at Woolworths for school supplies and a quick snack. Students, dates and parents enjoy the pleasant atmosphere and the old fashioned Pennsylvania Dutch food at the Brunswick Hotel. The pJeasant rooms are also a comfort to weary parents and travelers. The Hager Bros, store is one of the largest and oldest department stores in Lancaster. In the Career and Campus Shop, both students and busi- nessmen can find the latest styles in men ' s fashions. The Student Weekly, the campus newspaper, keeps stu- dents well informed as to what is happening on the campus. Special features and timely editorials help to main- tain our liberal arts spirit. Whether It ' s style, c omfort, or friendly service you want, Sayres, Sheid and Sweeton give you all three, plus a wide price range to fit every student ' s budget. Westenberger, Maley and Myers carries a large selection of fine furniture for fraternity houses and off-campus apartments. Lamps and other selections are also very popular with the students. Furnishing fine guality meats to most of our fraternities, Kunzler Meats have served the F M campus faithfully for many years. Much of our campus printing is done at Art Printing, Inc. From these presses comes fine quality work at moderate prices. The Slater Food Service, serving fhe entire college community, also serves I 52 other leading universities and colleges. Serving at banquets and special dinners, they prepare attractive and delicious menus. The home of Martins Meat Products, located in the heart of the Garden Spot of America, is noted for quality and flavor throughout the entire area. Hubley, one of the large industries in Lancaster, is nationally known for new and exciting toys such as the new " golferino " shown below. Miller Hartman, the local distributor for Union Jack Foods, furnish many of the canned goods which have added zest to countless meals served on the F M campus. Pensupreme Dairies for many years has kept F M students supplied with fresh, wholesome milk. Their modern research laboratory works constantly to develop new prod- ucts. The nationally known Howard Johnson Restaurant is one of the favorite spots for banquets and meetings due to their private banquet room and fine dining facilities. The Rendezvous Steak Shop is a favorite of F M siudents, whether it ' s for a hot pizza or a quick snack after a late night of study. Where else, but at the Stockyards Inn, can you get the most delicious steaks in this area. Their pleasant atmosphere and handy location are ideal for students. Handling a complete line of hunting equipment and hardware supplies, Reilly Bros. Raub is the favorite spot for all F M hunting enthusiasts. One of the oldest stores in the country, Demuth ' s For a large selection of books, office equipment, Tobacco Shop handles every type of smoking or art supplies, the place to go is L B. Herr product. Sons. Furnishing the dairy products to most all of the eleven fraternities on campus, the Cloister Dairies has faithfully served our campus and community. 221 I Engle and Hambright, one of the largest real estate and Insurance concerns in Lan- caster, handle most of the insurance problems of Franklin and Marshall. Alpha Delta Sigma, the campus pro- fessional advertising fraternity, cele- brates the 25th anniversary of its found- ing. This conestoga wagon, owned by A.D.S., is F M ' s college symbol. Freshly laundered sheets and clothes are the problems of Mary Macintosh, the campus laundry representative. w»friws«KSto«,;:: ' 1 1 ■ 1L ■b. v. 1 » ' dm i ■;; . 5 JC ' " ' " ' ' ' ' ' • =K) INE PRINTING SINCE 1887- That ' s the story of Foote Davies, Inc. Today we have one of the most modern and best equipped plants in the country. And fine Yearbooks have always been an important part of our business. Our craftsmen believe in quality and strive to produce the " best in the Industry. " Our excellent printing doesn ' t just happen — it ' s a combination of production research, craftsmanship, and painstaking supervision. FOOTE DAVIES, INC. 764 MIAMI CIRCLE. N. E. ATLANTA 24, GEORGIA The 1962 Oriflamme was printed in offset lithography by Foote Davies, Inc. in At- lanta, Georgia. The first 32 pages and all divider pages are printed on 80 pound Lynnfield and all others on 100 pound Enamel. Type faces: division and title head- ings, Twentieth Century Ultrabold Extended; body copy and captions. Vogue with bold. The ink used was Veritas Black. The cover was designed by Larry Loose and manu- factured by the S. K. Smith Co. in Chicago. The title was a Gold Metalay on a Skiver grain leather. This volume of the Oriflamme has 29 color pages and contains 228 pages In its entirety. 224 The I 962 Oriflamme staff acknowledges: Dr. Noel P. Laird, advisor to the publication; James McWilliams and Foote Davies, Inc. for the printing; Dominic Graziano and the S. K. Smith Co. for the covers; Milt Cantor and Merin Studios for the senior portraits; Dr. Richard Stonesifer and the Public Rela- tions Department for photographs; Student Council for their financial assistance; Physics Department for the use of their darkrooms; the Student Weekly for their information and photographs; the eleven Fraternities for their help and cooperation; Advertisers for their interest in the college; Parents and Alumni, whose patronage helped finance this book; friends of the staff for their con- cern; parents, wives and girlfriends for their understanding; professors for their unself- ishness. 226 For his selfless devo+ion to his profession, to his students, and especially to this, the college annual, we the staff of the I 962 Oriflamme dedicate our efforts and proud accom- plishments to Dr. Noel P. Laird. Serving as Faculty Advisor for 20 years and Editor in 1943, he has tenderly nurtured many an Oriflamme throughout its evolution. Stressing the principals of dynamic copy and eye-catching layouts, known so well to this truly professional advertising man, he has transformed many potential nightmares into a mem- orable record of college history. It is therefore fitting that we dedicate this 1962 Oriflamme to Dr. Noel Potter Laird. 227 A college annual is composed of long hours, hard work, coffee, schedules, deadlines, meet- ings, cigarettes, letters, budgets . . . and a dedi- cation in those who have given so much time and effort. For this I am especially grateful. An important part of this year was the diversity of experience of emotions — despair, accomplish- ment, pride, relief, and also a sense of disap- pointment. To an editor, perfection is the ideal toward which he strives. However, picture sched- ules, layout problems, and unwritten copy replace perfection with " get it done. " My objective was to tell you about Franklin and Marshall College, but daily demands cluttered our minds and many ideas were either lost or put aside. Each of you will have a different view of this book. My view was so near, so vivid, so important to me, that perhaps my perspective became distorted. But if, in some way, I have conveyed the magnitude of Franklin and Marshall, or hit home in some aspect of student life, then existence of the 1962 Oriflamme is justified. Success or failure? That nnust be answered by you.


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