Geneva College - Genevan Yearbook (Beaver Falls, PA)

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X 3 1 ,N x 'Q' ,f .f mf wr df 'va , 2 . as E1 ,xr X E 'L ASLI, A A w igs, A ' , rf iq-,Q ,V . ml' '- L3 H, " L. f 1:5 V Ffxraggwzv gin 1 - . 11 S P fn 4121115153 3J'ss'42f' M 112' I, ', A in . 1-' - :X f.V..r . Vf New A 'ref 1 f . .. r 'nv' , ' : . , ,S fijwj M 1---723 wig. - , M' 1 f if , 'Jas 4,4 1 5 1 mghm- 'xvg' "fx, " ' 'rvw wi. MJ K . f-aff.. K y wgaw gifsw gawk tw' M W, , , - ini is ,t CM? ,. n,:.,4 vw Y Z '61, gifs, X - 5 A ,I 54-E L ,EH it rigs Q-wg km., 53 , ., 1 'gy- r1.,f.f4' v X f fe' Qwxfl., J n . , ,' P5 Y 4""V"'QY- ' f ' 1 Y J ' 'mf I I Q '14 X , -xx' um, ' MU X., eng' , nga.. Eg Mr. Robert K McC0naughy The GEN EVAN staff of 1969 dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Robert K. McConaughy. Mr. McConaughy has served Geneva for nine years as business manager and has recently been named Treasurer. As one walks through Old Main, Mr. McConaughy can be seen at his desk at almost any hour. He arrives before 8:00 A.M. and can be seen as late at 10:30 P.M. His forty f??J hour week also includes M., many Saturdays. r wulllllkw Mr. McConaughy has helped many Q clubs and organizations with as ve their problems and has been a friend to all H students. Because of all Mr. McConaughy has done for Geneva College, the GENEVAN staff make this dedication - of the 1969 volume with love, ty r admiration, and respect. lp, , Us H ii? H t. out A, is 2-9. hw, Lg. ,I H, . ,A Q- ...i- R944 F? 'LS .'-'f Ya, in ir T -' , im..-Q it lv K ,rf-Q., ,- I1 . -Q r. Edwin C. Clarke President Geneva C ollege ., W ' b "- 1 N One must keep up on the daily news! 19 1 Y Qi-9 E . I , Dr. Clarke takes time from his busy day to chat with students 'Ss you BOARD OF TRUSTEES - Back Row: Rev. John Whiteg William Ramseyg Judge John Sawyerg Dr. Kermit Edgarg Dr. William Metcalfeg Elwood Woodsg Dr. D. Howard Elliottg Dr. Ralph Smithg Dr. Roy Blackwood. Front Row.' Rev. Kenneth Smithg Ethel Lytleg Mrs. Willard Hemphillg Dr. J. Merrill Robbg Robert Greenleeg Sidney Lockleyg Mrs. 5-F l SECRETARIES TO DR. CLARKE - Miss Evangeline VanArsda1e Mrs. Beverly McCarter. 1 if 33554, ,V- ,i ..--xl ,H Q: t.,. I I l ' Robert Parkg Dr. Walter Helsingg Dr. J. Laurence Coon. Missing from picture: Robert Barensfeldg J. Douglas Brooksg E. Raymond Campbellg Dr. Paul Cross, Mrs. Arthur Hoenstineg D. William Kelsog Dr. William O. Marting and Dr. D. Raymond Park. Board Of Trustees ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT - FISCAL AFFAIRS - Milton Scott. .Q S? H? 4? ,-Q,-arf!" 4 DEAN OF COLLEGE - Dr. William Russell: Mrs. E. Carr. '4 al CZ! PEB ' M REGISTRAR - Mrs. L. Cossing Mrs. Lucille Henery, Registrar: Mrs. J Montineg Mrs. K. McKim1 Mrs. P. Shaner. SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES -.t. M... ADMISSIONS - Mr. J. Montinig Mrs. B. Fenchelg Mr. K. Cunninghamg Miss D. Musquireg Mr. M. Vosg Mr. C. McBurney3 Mrs. S. Freyg Miss J. Braheny. ik DEAN OF STUDENTS - Dr. Harold Bruce. Rev. Williard McMillan. SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES xxx Nl Mrs. J. Futato 'IPF "' vb' DEAN OF WOMEN - Miss M. Gilmore ASSISTANT DEAN OF WOMEN - Miss M. Wallace ASSISTANT DEAN OF MEN - Mr. L. Boren if wwf! SECRETARIES - Mrs. O. Gillespie, Mrs. R. Searfoss. l DEAN OF MEN - Mr. K. Saxton 22 , flhrfil ,.,. ALUMNI SECRETARY - Mr. C. O'Datag Mrs. B. Garvin. DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT - Mrs. E. Dennison ? ASSISTANT ALUMNI SECRETARY - Mr. P. Jewell: Mrs. B. Sclrmidtg Mrs. G. McCanna. 23 22 3 i :+I PUBLIC RELATIONS AND NEWS BUREAU Mrs. B. Fritzg Mrs. B. McDanelg Mrs. T. Reader. .oo ' I 'sl -ft v5.1 ' W ,lk . I may SWITCHBOAKD - Mrs. M. Jasper. l I 9-3 STUDENT CENTER - Mr. P. Bischoifg Mrs. D. Bryan. DEVELOPMENT - Mrs. M. Hellmang Mr. P. Reynolds. S WITHOU! :Asmzsmsm rracawc-'Q PWS?ER CAMPUS STORE - Mrs. B. Bondg Mrs. V. Wrightg Mrs. V. Wingardg Mrs. M. Bauman, Manager 24 BUSINESS MANAGER - Miss N. Weberg Mr. R. McConaughy 8' s A245 Hx- , L BUSINESS OFFICE - Mrs. M. Leiperg Miss L. Aldrichg Mr. E. Jackson, Controllerg Mrs. I. Lyonsg Mrs. S. Rubyg Mrs. M. Hooker. Q "" ,ff mf PURCHASING AGENT - Mr. R. Hemphillg Miss M. Crump. MAINTENANCE - Mr. H. Hogsettg Mrs. B. Hen. 25 McKEE KITCHEN - Ken Baker, Manager. ff? T' w .x 1 ... . f' ' 'SQ fi 4... n r as , , M X gi li x 4 , pg 1 f : E -if 1122! H if .mei-1 iii? 'B Jxxk N x " " f-X '- ' X.. "-v W 1 x Q :I L-. N I XY ' ' 2' :Q w' P 4 E 1 . 5 B 'W 21 5,3 H 1925 MV , Ubi? , "' ' , M, ,W jr 1' 21 i s M, sMM M 5 " "Z EE -5 I 11 CAMPUS MAIL - Mrs. P. Greerg Miss L. BRIGADOON Hornacek. TW 1 in 1 AINTENANCE M 26 5 1714" BIBLE - Rev. W. McMil1ang Dr. R. Wilcoxg Dr. R. Tweedg Rev. J. Hill. BIBLE - Dr. J. G. Vos, Chairman. BIOLOGY - Dr. D. Snyderg Mr. R. Fatuiag Dr. J. Cruzang Dr. H. Bruceg Dr. T. M. McMil1ion, Chairman. 104641. IHVU I C0 ECONOMICS - Miss R. Morrowg Mrs. C. Shulerg Mr. E. KUl'igETQ Mr. R. Wieneckeg Mr. J. Mitchellg -Dr. S. Lee, Chairmang Mr. R. Armstrong. 27 CHEMISTRY - Dr. Southg Dr. R. Adams, Chairman Mr. IQ Hartmang Dr. R. Wyma. EDUCATION - Dr. L. Hawthorneg Mr. J. Wardeng Dr. G. Van Home, Chairmang Mr. T. Dubeg Mrs. J. G. Vos: Mrs. E. Ripper. GREEK AND LATIN - Dr. C. Birch, Chairman. ,gg -v "And tonight we have a really big shoe." T. Dube. ENGINEERING - Mr. P. Arnoldg Mr. R. Hamiltong Mr. R. Syversong Mr. F. Justis Chairmang Mr. R. Gordon. ENGLISH - Mrs. G. Bassg Mrs. G. Luceg Dr. A. Morrill, Chairmang Dr. A. Patong Dr. E. Bassg Mrs. Plattg Miss M. Cowmeadowg Mrs. Kammer. LIBRARIANS - MISS F Fattal Mlss H Fattal Mr R Crozler Head Llbrarlan Mlss M Cleland Mrs. R. Nultong Mrs D Hartman Mrs C Braun Mlss M VanDyke sr - l AR : V , L , Wz"'ll1'1.. lfillll I I Ill I ll: LM' H UMANITIES MODERN LANGUAGE - Dr. E. Planosg Mrs. M. Ripperg Mrs. E. Orrg Mr. T. Johnson Miss F. Haugh, Chairmang Mrs. H. Connorg Mr. R. Chase: Mrs. V. Schrecengost ffl ,.'... 22- ' 1 k V. MUSIC - Mr. L. Kreppsg Mrs. Mansell: Mr. R. Fergusong Mrs. R. Doudsg Mr. H. Grieg, Chairman Miss L. Riceg Mr. R. Jones 30 k.,'f5!ff.w PHYSICAL EDUCATION - Mr. D. Fraserg Mr. D. Ledrickg Mrs. J. Kisicg Mrs. V. Napolig Mr. C. Aultman, Chairman. fi " f PSYCHOLOGY - Mr. K. Saxtong Dr. O. Williams, Chairrnang Dr. W. Mayerg Mr. W. Decker. 31 PHYSICS - Mr. J. Schaefer, Dr. C. Puget, Chairman Mr. J. Pinkerton. ii 'x V , -fi My IJ 1 ' 1 I 0 . I'U'- ,U 1 I In :milf YS. - 5 W ix N, fl .. fl. .Q I 5 I I I IX V. IE , .if, Dr. Carsong Chairman, Political Science. SOCIOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE - Mr. Heddendorf, Mr. McBumey Dr, Carson ,wt W fs ,xg mi SPEECH - Dr. Fleser, Mr. Andrusko, Mrs. Fox, Mr. Eshelman, Mrs. Brockmiller 32 Q. 2-71- A' H95 ,gilt ' ,4 J-,lf 9 ,.pn""' QR-. U 74 5 Nz' ,'s 411- Z" T 1 I I A 4 N ,f LVN --xx feawtffy- N-,X A: .". -X ' k-- , ., V, SE I0 ,rc Q- , .W A Q 5,1 -:..f ' L Q A THE CLA SS OF 1969 T 9 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Larry Hitchens, Vice-Presidentg Jerly O'Neill, Presidentg Sue Myles, Secretaryg Bob Shuster, Treasurer. l w 4 ' I' 5 I W X 4, :- E: FE: ml . M ::,,, , , X P STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES - Ann O'Nei1l, John Wilcox. THOMAS J. ABRAHAM Aliquippa, Pennsylvania B.S.B.A. Bus, Ad. SUSAN L. ANDREWS ELLYN K. ANTHONY Zelienople, Pennsylvania Evans City, Pennsylvania B.S. Biology B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. 30 is-u--p it ML vi 1 MELVILLE W. ADAMS DARLA J. ANDERSON Darlington, Pennsylvania Ellwood City, Pennsylvania B.S. Mathematics B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. l LINDA J. ANTHONY ERICA E. AUGUSTINE Evans City, Pennsylvania Valencia, Pennsylvania B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.A. German Woodbury, New Jersey BRUCE R. BACKENSTO CAROL L. BAKSA ELIZABETH BAUM Colonia, New Jersey Midland Park, New Jersey B.A. Social Science B.S, Pre-Med. B.S. Mathematics 34 W' ,'-, 4 gif? E-7! il" N mg A.. M 1. , , 5???fsr.f.f ,E-1155: g. 'AV WL f , ipyliidw. 5585 aixif' .5 Y i -eg ' 11114111 v5r5':zSf .. fx ar 1' ZIV-gg-jfg.. H' V1.1-V, 1 igiwks- V7 i 5 v .. x.-Mk. Maw ,. ,af Wag -ff -ww ,f2f' 'W '+ 4 w. M ,. , ,,-x Q "K, I H N.. - fffxfi-hu f'-Snr ,eil 2115: f . f' M v X ' fi ,. i Ig N ,I -av-42? I Y mi., ,X W Y ............ 4 asw- U iflililifs .mv - - 'mi My " ' ml, ry L 35Y?iiEQQg3 -,X 'ik Lf fQQ EE' Q ' 2 . . ...., my . f w.-f Y K H,-f.5X,,. g - ffm, 'E Q M-if . ' 5522555 '- 2 il Q, 5. ., --'-. - -- Lx '. 3 , mf 3 , -"' Ff1"ie':ff?f1f iw' ff - ff-f Q '-1.-W il an 'Mail iii" img' l . liege if W if I E lm! i i in 111 EDWIN C. BOYER III LARRY R. BROCK DAVID W. BROWNSTEIN LINDA L. BRUCE Johnston, Pennsylvania Baden, Pennsylvania New Brighton, Pennsylvania Oakdale, Pennsylvania B-Sv, BA- Bus. Ad- B-S Bi0l0gy B.S. Biology B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. Q ie af wwf 'Wm'-Wiz? I ur aaa ara in: :E ,xi TIMOTHY L. BRYAN WILLIAM C. BRYAN, JR. GARY D. BUFFINGTON DARLA E. BURKET Rochester, Pennsylvania New Brighton, Pennsylvania Beaver, Pennsylvania Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania B.S, Biology B.S. Biology B.S., B.A. Accounting B.S. Music Ed. 36 i ' HQ: ll' me X li Ar 9, si, Q 4 1 wig.. Hi ill Y'-fs ROBERT G. BUTTERFIELD RICHARD A. BYERS WILLIAM DENNIS BYRNE RONALD D. CAIN Georgetown, Pennsylvania Petrolia, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Imperial, Pennsylvania B.S., B.A. Accounting B.S., B.A. Accounting B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.A. Social Science MARIA C. CARDINALE GARY R. CARSON BRENT E. CASEY CAROLYN A. CASTLE Ambridge, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Woodbridge, New Jersey B.A. French B.A. Economics B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.A. Spanish 1. fb. li' 'L WILLIAM A. CHIMLEY LOU ELLEN CHRISTLEY West Bridgewater, Pennsylvania Ellwood City, Pennsylvania B.A. History B.A. Bible 'sg .NX -..-.-...4 ..,, ,.i..Q.Wli 1 Y- -N391 ,, RITA Jo CHUEY RONALD J. COLEMAN gn Monaca. Pennsylvania Tho,-Ofm-en New jersey J '-.- B.S.B.A, Bus. Ed. B.S.B.A. Bug. Ad- f why JANE R. CONRAD JAMES M. CORWIN, JR. Ambridge, Pennsylvania Lebanon, Pennsylvania B.S.Ed. Ele1'n.Ed. Pr.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. Wag? Seniors take time out for extracurricular activities - like feeding one's i - 1 :wt face. as sw age sim is e V .3 S51 SHARREN L. COVERT MARK CRAVEN New Castle, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania B.S. Biology B.S.l.E. Ind. Engr. l Y N. CARRIE CRAWFORD ROBERT E. CRISCI JANET CUMMINGS THOMAS R. CUPPLES Lisbon, Ohic New Castle, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls. Pennsylvania Butler, Pennsylvania B,A, Social Sciencg B.S.. B.A. Bus. Ad. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. "ss MARY DIANE CURRY JAMES R. DAUGHERTY PHYLIS DAVENPORT MICHAEL J. DAVIC Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Aliquippa, Pennsylvania New Galilee. Pennsylvania PillSbUfgh, PCl'1l1SylVHHiH B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S. Mathematics B.S. Biology B-S. Engineering i l m af -..l Q' Wil i E :Y .- ly f 'X .g x. l ' . . i .. Q! lf 254' JOHN A. DELIVUK CATHY L. DEMAILO PAMELA G. DEVITO JOSEPH F. D'INNOCENZO Beaver Falls. PCDr1SylV21HiH New Brighton, Pennsylvania Paterson, New Jersey Midland, Pennsylvania B.S. Physics B.A. History B.A. Psychology B.S. Mathematics 3 'maze ' ?:' 'Tl ' gf me , , Hess .. ggi Wlllgg,.."... lx., Ugg. , N V WT L 'nl E V. W ii g iw- 1 5? 5 W 1 E 1 1 f- 'wi gzfszisfsi, ra, as , ' vw Hn... ms. 2 5 ..- g A fm, ' A 22145, W 1 X .aiu ,, iv rg... gg: MARIANNE L. ESPOSITO G. JOANNE EVANS RALPH R. FABIAN JOHN E. FAWCETI' Beaver Falls. Pennsylvania New Brighton, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania McKeesport. Pennsylvania B.S.. B.A. Bus. Ed. B.S. Biology B.S., I.E. Ind. Engr. B.S. Biology ai ii ies A1 THOMAS J. FEAN ROBERTA ANN FEDEVICH WILLIAM R. FIELDS ROBERT H. FINLEY Woodbury Heights, New Jersey East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania Sparta. Illinois B.S. Pre-Med. B.S. Psychology B.A. Economics BS- Malhemfilics "Please take your feet off of the furniture!!!" 40 fa 0' EDWARD L. FLOYD F SE -s 3 13" gm, E, l WILLIAM M. FLYNN McKeesport, Pennsylvania Beaver, Pennsylvania B.A. History .xfgg-gl:-f--v f im?- B.S., B.A. Bus. Ad. THOMAS D. FORMAN Quinter, Kansas B.A. Bible HOLLY L- FOWLOW GEORGE R. FREDERICK BCHVC1' Falls, Pennsylvania Ellwood City. Pennsylvania B.A. Spanish B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. , A ll R? MITZI S. GANELIN JAMES R. GASTON Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Tarentum, Pennsylvania B.A. English B.S. Physics :VW .sim W . Z Where did you say you bought your apron. George? C. CANICE GEORGE RONALD L. GILKEY DAVID GOLDSTROM RAYMOND C. GORDON Beaver, Pennsylvania New Galilee, Pennsylvania Beaver, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls. Pennsylvania B,S, Mathematics B.S. Psychology B.S. Pre-Med. B.A. Economics GARY GOSSETI' ROBERT M. GRAESER DONNA L. GRAY TERRY R. GRAY Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Monaca, Pennsylvania New Brighton, Pennsylvania Gibson, Pennsylvania B.A. Bible B.S., B.A. Accounting B.S., B.A. Bus. Ed. B.S. Engineering 42 l an eff., 'i S!! l iii RUTH A. GRAYBILL HAROLD E. GROSSGLASS III MARY ANN HAGE JAMES E. HARDIE Hershey, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Ellwood City, Pennsylvania B.A. Social Science B.S.. B.A. Bus. Ad. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S., B.A. Accounting fm I llll In ........ yy y..yy Will? , y..yy , . MARY E. HARSH RITA ANN HAZEN JOHN A. HELINSKI PAUL W. HEMPHILL Morning Sun, Iowa Ellwood City, Pennsylvania Beaver, Pennsylvania Enon Valley, Pennsylvania B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.A. Mathematics B.S. Biology B,S,Ed, Elem, Ed, 43 5' is 9,2 'gig ROY E. HEMPHILL Sarver, Pennsylvania B.S. Engineering mp-e , E. nn'4 V 32 A": ' ig .aa - "Don't pick on me!!! I'm not a fresh!" CAROLE A, HENNING CHARLES B. HENNON Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Ellwood City, Pennsylvania B.S., B.A. Secretarial B.A. Social Science DAVID S. HERKO Ambridge, Pennsylvania LINDA KAY HILL Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania B.S., B.A. Bus. Ad. B.A. English W W ii .1 isa.. 1' T is if M -. Q l- JAMES M, HILLIARD RICHARD M. HINES Uncasville, Connecticut New Brighton, Pennsylvania B.S. Psychology B,S. Chemistry 44 . , Q A ff i L llll ,iii A ii ii limi X ii .si L l-ii 1' LAWRENCE R. HITCHENS Doylestown, Pennsylvania B.S. Mathematics DONALD HOFFMAN Johnstown. Pennsylvania B.S., B.A. Bus. Ad. BARBARA F. HOFFMAN Zelienople, Pennsylvania B.S. 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'Q X 'P .ff QE ,1 """' xr 'f vu' z 1 ff if f X 4' if . f' 'Q I C 162 flew' : Z , , if 98 KX If Q X! The Pep Club was chanting its victory call As the mighty Shcllield swept by with the ball Doinig movements, I swear, by gravity de ed He dribbled ten yards parallel on his side And still kept his footing to fly down the floor Then a jump of perfection - add two points to the score. l One of our tri-captains, O'Neill's the I'l21ITlC Q Short on nothing and long on fame. l The moment's tense - the ball's in the I air f When all of a sudden from out of' A nowhere Comes a pair of arms from a player tall It's under control folks, - O'Neill's got l the ball! l A Q , 4-. jf 3 F 'QQ W A . .'Ti...g. ... ..-4..--.-:..uv.np--- -ffl W TQ a l t 1 I' - 1 we 1 We Qt Q El-. l968f-69 Jr. Varsity Basketball Team In rescuing the round ball no matter the fall He excels in tl1e teamwork that makes us a team He's bounced back from floors. the bleachers and walls. With still unused potential. he's right on the beam. ' in . , ,J 'X I tim 'P if ig lex -' V! Qs: W'- , dr, rbmnm 4:5545 'Ot 34 fb . 33 fi fs in! rf 1 , ,-naw ' A K! 0 O oo Qu T' ' - Q G Tornado G-M en A t 5 li? H ' ,K - 'F J ave Success ul e-r f' r -2. ' il h H A if at 4: Season wt, W a t e s -H-' -Fai: "' ' ' V .. K , 1 And here comes Davis the total embodiment ss.e F ati? Z' 7' Of accuracy on the move - his status no impediment mf -4 1 K Q ii uf' ' His movements quick his shots are bold l 1 K - A His footwork neat, his judgment cold - r " cy, by c o.., r, so 'E He's an asset to any team ready to fight A -,. ,F 9 V ' w N And we're glad that he's wearing the gold and the white. ff ff- 'L l Y ' l .ef H an l E ,,-Q-,.Mi,,-,,- , in A s r 'Ks E L M ,ssw M M., If ff ' - N-...,.- ,WMNW W, , ,,...s.,f' vm.. .,..,e.,.,s., ...Ml- 'ms '--:2' 4 . aes: -32:7 Q ,, in 9 Q. ,, ZX RX W it y, f . -, ,M vi, ,M ii., ' .aww , sk, is ,E .Sex 295 .,,,.f ref' gy I ,sir 1. 1 ' 59? 1,7-f.. r f X .,.. ug- XA -,si as mpgs . ' nail? 1 is 2 r fl l A 2' wi eilfiifi 'T iff Silas 11 i. NA-.l was lr' - WJ- .4 gl M W W my tr it 'ggi' .Z . Q55 -' Qi' ' sf if fem .ess air: is 195' 1 , ef,----' f- 'Hi . Q jg , , r. H, in , ,M Egg f H4 . 'Z ,gtg Q5 ., f in ,.f 1 . D55 .- fszirsli, ss 'fl , 5:53522 NL vi, ww ,. J ' ag ' ' .,- Azriwilz, If - 5 ' " .fri ,. N . li it V an ,swgtww 1: , - -, ul' r ' Q xl ' get ',q"typ3--bs, my pig? My :-. " ' ' ' --U' . 93.23, , jimi. ..-KH H ,lf ' , gk Q 455 115- -"1 1--li 7 . -ri 'Lat 5' ti- gage of 53,5 , Bt' we ,u 2325.1 wig-, isis rt 2 I h DeCarlo is a sophomore whois eome alarmingly through From J.V.'s last year, now Varsity, too. Tin, m,-.rp hp nlnve thp hott:-r he UPIQ Now Dubois is one who is missing .from home y Since a player came down on his right ankle bone We hone verv soon to see him back on the floor. ,,,l A. ,Msg 1 . - 1 ,. , 25455 3t.".g,,,f 4 W' ' 1 ATE ' - 1 ' H ' ,P 1 "lf-af: 1 15:3 ' , UE : w 1: .sic yggdgggtl-My , 1:39 l. sw if , vi Wai, 10 Wins 14 Losses Geneva Opponent 81 Edinboro State 78 61 St. Vincent 62 87 Gannon 100 47 Clarion State 59 64 St. Francis 85 69 Indiana University of Pa. 87 85 Waynesburg 72 94 Nebraska Wesleyan 74 67 Carnegie-Mellon University 85 76 Grove City 82 83 Point Park 67 88 Waynesburg 77 61 Youngstown University 73 69 Alliance 64 55 St. Vincent 71 69 Westminster 82 74 Grove City 75 98 St. Francis 132 86 Slippery Rock State 72 83 California State 75 84 Westminster 94 84 Carnegie-Mellon University 83 Also a tribute and .honor is paid To the hard-working coaches - Aultman, Kinkead Who through every game emphatically know What each is going through - each pass and each throw Who suffer through losses, who cheer at our wins Who help make the Tornado Team just what it is. .2 i ha' . M 1 "" 34,51 I 5 ! . I A L92 1... v I ., fy , Ar . ?n ,. ,., E 4 Q q.j -1. W A b my 61x64 2 5 f N H I f J . as '11 . , 5 '11 S 5 5 ag, my 8 1 K. 1 1 5 122 1 . 1' '1," T' . X 5 , 'I - 0 Tornado 'ames Q Q. X '-u r"' , -af- ff .w Niv- N xx , if if X? ! ' , x "' BA - n 3 YW L r w naU 1 fi S3354 Q , Phryk-Eel, an K A -L1 ' 1 5 " ' L 1 K. 53 . . A 52 wr V l s E 1 A ' ly! I I U' is I , 5 gg ' ,Q 'Sf L :ES x , -'ilk A -. YY ., 'li me-zz milf, SH-A ' ,, 'Ng f- A rg new ,fw+:awumm.. . a M 5,5 if W4 F ," '- -1 'Q .. , .- " V 5 'Qui' ' V' If I P - J :fn 5 I 1 . ,, H" i 5 "' . .::-:L r... ' Q - , 255. 2 " 511, 3 atm all fl "" h M1,,l:i-52,5 V .-fa:,gK,, I. f- f 1, - ,-, ig: '12 swiuse , U ,- .. . - -, , 0 'gg tits? -' M 1 . r nil? 1 2 -1 1 1, 'S A M., X A3351 YW 'Navi The Golden Tornado lf. at f-v ,L V fr' W sl as tx 'l 'ww cross-country team brought Geneva its first West Penn Conference championship of the 1968-69 season. The thinclads also finished first in the annual WPC tournament at St. Vincent. The tourney conquest gave 1 the G-men a sweep of Iaurels. J In the conference tournament, 2 freshman Marshall Prentice and junior Bill Hemphill placed i fourth and fifth respectively ' to pace the G-men to the title. Geneva had a score of 51. Prentice notched five first-place finishes along with Steve Thomas. Also instruments were Hemphill, Tom Sawyer, A Bruce Martin, Chuck Wicks, Tom Robb, Ren Adams, and i Dave Boltzer. Cross- Country utruns Con erence uw X H iii. " ' 022. L H iff? ,-vm: ,'W'g1l,?f'wwwff,1i, q-32252 Y Y--,. I '. Y jfgwil' W KV-5:52 . -'M ,. ' ' -IQ .sw v -N V X - H 'Q : V, N M , 69 .9 'wi w W ' Q '- mi xsff 1 A -H 7 -, L, ' 1 3 -, ,gg W W A k1,.,,,,.g3! N Q ..,. .x.. ' w I -2- y H ,M 1 : . .- Taggi- -, Jdedfg gf W 35 1 n ,,,. H ,N A ,ff ,paw P' ,. C , N.. V . ,vu--"-4' N N ,T E3 . -N "' ' W 5 kk v vw, v ,X ,X W ,au Hifi H ,Y 11- a " 4. :fx -f!."Y V' if QN1: 55" .gy ,gr wa- if I A it gf' Sf" J' . i :H Q ,F M E 5 ' ' Q if G 1 .1 - 1. v v v 1 , 1 V QAQEL +4 Asbw, WEST PENN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 7- I' lfqd l f, 'K 1-4 ,,. A new golf team member! GOH Baseball 8 Wins ll Losses Geneva Opponent 1 West Virginia 2 4 Westminster 5 5 Slippery Rock State 8 3 St. Francis O 8 Thiel 7 8 Indiana U. of Pa. 6 0 California State 4 5 Clarion State 4 1 Point Park 0 0 Grove City 2 8 Duquesne Univ. 3 5 Westminster 9 4 Slippery Rock State 5 2 St. Francis 3 2 Indiana U. of Pa. 4 l California State 4 O Clarion State 6 2 Point Park 0 2 Grove City 1 3,1 nu... . . fi Awww. 'ui .-Xu '7 'fx 'AVF- X BM if Fung 1 -A-. ' 472 -a,-ulff, iw! ,QQ i w-w '5,mw ., - pq 11.1.1 fa fig w 111 E kf55L,gigQw. 5Nf!4 K wk b V4 M35 . QM 1 A , '-,Q Q' 'gg' M 'Mi ' 4 .- fig mg H X N ul 7 1 5, -is nf as .mr wm,,,"fg 1 ii, lu : -.7 45 ' ...A 'Wi 1111111 Geneva Opponent 1254 Allegheny 1304 1253 Clarion State 1292 1265 University of Pittsburgh 1297 1219 St. Francis 1177 1236 Duquesne University 1237 1202 University of Pittsburgh 1290 1232 Washington 8a Jefferson 1180 1253 Clarion State 1292 1261 Indiana University of Pa. 1273 1231 Washington 8a Jefferson 1209 1238 Carnegie-Mellon University 1264 1283 Indiana University of Pa. 1307 1265 Allegheny 1312 1247 Carnegie-Mellon University 1223 1284 Duquesne University 1232 113 353 v"'n few 5, J. ' . ., . , ,rqi W - :V " ' V :,,1-'4 - 3 f f W 1 - 4 3 , - I M 4, I , ,L , . E f 4 f , Y 0 N5 L 1, ,ff ,.g. 'f,, 5 .. , 19? -9, MA- f 1257 f .1 5,4 --. 4 , X14 .... v.,-,L Vxiuwxr 2 H wr? W 'JBXSXPET F 'Q 'if 121 w Lu, 5 EQ na new M si fig M2225 my , A fix, mfg, ww 4 SSE? fp? All Star Night Corsage Winners -Q Arnie Opsal. Donna Kubita, first prize: Roxanne Wallace. Paul Rocerto, second prize: Tom Sherwood, Connie McClerna.n. third prize. 116 ,jg 1 -3 'Q iw J r:- I n ,Q 2 "sf, J v 1 a gg, FA. ,Q-fawmnxe-a,JF 'df . I-1.41.5-f :,1, ? HQ , fi ' N5 2 A , ww, n . .Qi if 4,5 W, 7 W if E H Something New Has Been Added . . . J. V Cheerleaders Li 1edd , . V 7 e ,A fix H 'L if -X ai u"'E5' v W1 N SQ .QQ fig? my A ww S". H:Qf,.w' H .sezsgg V H H9335 w X 1 adm uw x -V-M 5 5 W mwrfg QM il? w, ? 1922. ,W M , mmm ii. ,, A.v,A W W- , X , ssfgsswfvs 1 ww, , w L ,552 w wg'-1' w ww M H Q x H , .. , Hffifffsf W M MQ! Q5 ga M 1 1 'Sz - 1 'Img 1 ffsss .. 4 , if? 5145 I1 , gi H ,M M-BS w u,-14 bs 'MQ - :QQ 5, x x K W f , bn 'g1f'E5m 4 ggh V N H WWE v, Y.-1-.3 15253 H34 12 ' EQ Q . 5 if w , V K ,HW x 5 .lux im, U iff," Q 11, jim fa' asm ' 'E M 222535 im K swf' A w MERRY BLAIR 1969 Campus Queen xii, sr Bain 'X f mx ? Special Programs 1 1 ' 1 W w , in uw H - u 120 4 'L' ' 7 V ' J Q,-f" J 3 sal Y' , .1 ,r .. A PVR. 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I: 1 1 T he Genevans 'YD' 3 .wh i ' f -..1 , -. , J .ki x, 't,::-if ZW p.l K! x....f-J- L g mx, , as F, .1 NJQT.. E I i 21 uw w uf-...aw ww 'f W .. ,, E, ,ww ,, N 4. www ws, Q5 wi WEA grew!-13 "M" 'Q V --. N xy Y Q! CL I , .. - err ' Xx v . , .,.N..,m, J ,,,. 1 A F 5, ' Z X -Iv ::f .f 4 :T Q ' i W- I 1 Y ' 1 ' " 'E flii as Wx? ls. ibggcy! ' lm? 3 S ' , ' f' f-YY' ' l g i' ' N - f ' QI ' 1' J' .4 it 3 X YJ , I I N Z E 1 5 I , B xxx I ' - 1 1 is QL ! , , ,E , f f . .aw .,,,f...-..-kf H , M. "'-'W'a"-r' Gold and Whlte Marching Band Ma-lorettes , Eff f-- as W' K v -. ..4-, ng... af-V-A Quaid? W ..,...,n,..4y'11 "' ar if ' 33 'rypw.l4 'if wg: T qw -gn' , M441 .An --T.: ?!,Qf',T?L. qc! Wind Ensemble Whois Who In American Colleges And Universities F Elizabeth Baum Constance C. Boston G. Joanne Evans Thomas D. Forman Ruth Ann Graybill Carole H. Henning nm 5 23: sei "':' 'mba flff 'ffm N us? R? WEN in w 1, 2? is W Lawrence R. Hitchens Nancy Mayo Martha M. McGinnis Jerry F. O'Neill Ann B. O'Neill I:--iw ngmqiv- - mf nr xfmivywu M ww w P wy mar I .-.-,vm , 4. Q 7- , V 57 Z NL Q . II: Paul V. Rocereto 129 , J' .,. in ,w QB 4 4 -mug, is Alan J. Specs fi: 51' nf " 'if '5 Q T 1 WWF' 5 m ., P-mu 1' 5, 5- :s M 95 1 N? Z ws 5 Mary Jane Szczurku Mary E. Washburn 130 gp 11 David L. Steed John T. Wilcox A my SWEETHEART COURT - Alvie Hurray, Karen Sutton, Lou Ramunno, Merry Blair, Sweetheart Queen, Donna Kubitzg Ron Mackie, Connie Openshaw, Ed Floyd. Valentine r Court 131 M ardi Gras FQE gx i an -gl . 'Q 25 441- - . n 4.5 I 1. -1 P Faculty Talent Show - 5 ,X SARL Tr YWOQi .iii Genevan 'lflliilw e in Q1 IL-ae' -L., 6 if Fe.. if Ras if X f'E' r" -"' "f. .. .:,f4f+' BOY WONDER - Ed Fry, fi 1.7771 'if 1 .xg W, - . ' H E aa-a ml: M5 may -11 .Qi 1. , N, is Ni- -1 .- .. ,, iq, , , ,.s t-25: ,fm A5 , . K . N ,. W if ,gflsgczl ,rj : J 1 I fr ,gi .I Q , ' .st ! 5 E " it 1.. iq I Ink T ae .T 'L i e As a staff begins to work on publication for the following year, they begin to learn many things. They must learn how to make lay-outs, crop pictures, write copy, and put their thoughts and ideas on paper. The staff tries to capture the activities, thoughts, and attitudes of the year and incorporate them into a publication, which in years hence can be looked at to represent the year. The 1969 GENEVAN staff has worked very hard and devoted much time to this publication. We only hope that in years to come the 1969 GENEVAN can be looked upon to represent the 1968-69 academic year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank several people. Without assistant editor, Ron Good, the book would have been impossible. Two other key people who were absolutely necessary were Walt Mutchler and Ralph Sherrill. Without these photographers, we wouldn't have had any pictures. Becky Senior, Barb Beddow, Kathy Glazar, along with the other staff members have worked very hard and contributed much toward this publication. Carol L. Shaffer Editor, 1969 GENEVAN w 255521 1 is-:ZZ : i 1, - 3 . ist, Y 5 it I , W i 52? it i vw 'ag . ,, ff it ' 1. e 'e Ewa ll i ' , ' Ir.-' Q .. f' 't"i.." ' V: , V i" . ,t N it ' 2 , will e J" , it gt :eia...K? .13 Q ' 'v-3-M 1 J J it M- -U' gli Massa " .f '- gd' '- -if tvs: it W' ' mx we . ,. . I :ll .--cr-'f -r" """f7f Lv The CHIMES is the college literary magazine which is created by the students under the leadership of Editor, Becky Kiggans. Students submit original material and prizes are awarded to the most outstanding contribution. The CHIMES creates a challenge to the artistry of the Geneva student. M. 1 fire.-4,," 7 ' l - t 55 time gt is, 5 Q ,K ' - li .I V 1 1 fm l 1 5, 5 l l 4 En gin eerzn g Quarterbf The Engineering Society is responsible for the publication of the ENGINEERING QUARTERLY. The articles published enable engineering students to express themselves creatively in their chosen field. Under the direction of Editor, Gene Kasunick, the ENGINEERING QUARTERLY has been a fine example of the ability of Geneva engineers. 1 r ks fa ,, , Q 'V X? 1 The CABINET has been a great source of communication to the student body of Geneva. The CABINET has expanded its circulation during the year with the addition of several issues. The CABINET has voiced the opinion of many movements and published surveys of student opinion. The CABINET is looking forward to additional expansion in the future. i -iii!! " I I. 1 HO! HO! HO! MY NAME'S JOE!! J. O'Neill HQ, wllrf' I , ' Q5 .-f V 71 ,. .K :QA , , . T Christmas Party f"'Wr'Wm- I-...xi--., ' 1 l,,zf""' A. .lin-ggi" ag 3 , Q21 fii g 2'V 221 'if W A I O'TXV" -Q 9 lfh Skz Trzp ,M - '1' "' "' nu:-nr" E I r 1 .15-was ' ' 1 ' -1-il mx Vw 1 'f9l1 lf 5 , . w I- ,1 RV H 'ti , A ' aa 1 lo . 'I 4+.,H5x+f if a., . I I U 3' , .+- ff' a.,""' " ., 'if 1 ,A ,xt cv . jf .fl ' ' O W ,f . ,.v'.'s . . CL U f nb' V N . 4 H, r , . , 1, .-'fi' J: ,- -9' 4 I NWI, M' fzffy 'Q Wm' " ,, , . . -r , X, K ! , 1 Inter Club Council, composed of presidents of all organizations, is a force designed to unify and correlate student activities. The Council gives all clubs a voice in C 'I b C ' 'I the planned social activities and represents the students. n I u 0 143 The Student Senate works to insure cooperation among the students, administration and faculty. By electing representatives to the Senate, each student has a voice in the policies and business of the college. This year the Senate formed a committee that worked with the administration for the extension of women's dormitory hours. Under the leadership of President Larry Miller, the Senate was successful with the annual Christmas Party, a fast on behalf of the people of Biafra, and the two Big Name Shows of "Spanky and Our Gang" for Homecoming and "The Jazzerz" and 'The Magnificent Men" in the spring. 144 Sometimes the work of being a Senate member wears a body out!! , Arif' A scene from a weekly Senate meeting. Accounting Club The Accounting Club is one of the pre-professional organizations on campus. The purpose of the club is to acquaint students and keep them informed of the various aspects of business and accounting. Students find that membership in the Accounting Club is both interesting and beneficial. QEg'Q,f'1, U, f, :N x Q-ax' ' 15:-mfs: ' v-' ' . v "33""" 'A 'f bmi . -Nasa matic .. , .' Hu :-: w " , N i The Chemistry Club is an organization which promotes Ch understanding of chemical principles and applications. Affiliated with the American Chemical Society, its members participate in various programs and projects. Cfub These include trips through industrial laboratories, addresses by guest speakers, and demonstrations by faculty and students which help prepare our future chemists. 147 'IR Hi EQ W .4 W, .- FP 'In 'va V55 a oz 1 , v , 55- HxazSz2?4' ' mfezifw, mf-fm :L I 8 -W-5: Ea, uv f 4 65 W 3 5 ' Mfg, ' ' P TIE? 7 Hr ,.,,,. . gm, .. Q-Q, ww af 385 M W FU, I, W as a SG: 'F I Y 4 2 mf' Q5 H X by .tg-4 "L: ? 44, 1 me mf, A P -Ci ' C2 WGEV, Geneva's own FM radio station, serves the college and community by providing programs of mu- sic news, and special in- terest. It also serves as a facility for instructional training in broadcasting under the Department of Speech, and as an infor- mal means of instruction for all interested stu- dents. This year, the station gave intensive election coverage, besides covering school events and sending delegates to the college radio sta- tion convention in Washington D.C., New York, and Chicago. tr ,gsm -:QA WGE V Chess Club as 2' Ee He'iLkw1'a,.f'7ag'1 1 Jes X A- '55 is 1. ii Q E E T , L5 X WIKI 419 it E 1 ,i 1 mf ,, W my 'M W The Chess Club is an organization which creates a competitive quality in its members. The club provides an outlet from studying and promotes a very popular hobby. The members have spent many enjoyable hours playing chess. 4554 5..- Debate Society There are several names for the Debate Society. They may be called Pi Kappa Delta, or the Honorary Forensic Society. No matter what name you call them, they have done a lot to increase Geneva's good will. The students travel to various debate tournaments, where they have held their own, and taken several trophies. Under the direction of Mr. Ross Andrusko the Society promotes training in leadership and communication. Christian Student Fellowship Christian Student Fellowship is a non-denominational organization which brings students together weekly to Worship. The Christian Student Fellowship has sponsored several week-end retreats which give students a chance to get back to nature and come closer to God. As a new project the CSF sponsored a beach revival team which traveled to Florida during spring vacation to proclaim Christ to the many students vacationing. The CSF choir is directed by Mr. McBurney and presents many religious programs. t 4 - if ' .... t -:- ' H' YJ Q Y ,r 5 4 L55 .GQ ny A . 'ra -5535, H mugw . "Y'wwwgs 1 r mf g5f1?"'.." gg ,N u "Wi x"S4AV 'MH-are-ri at 1 1 - 'S gt, -, l n w: ' , ., -Pig, tt Ly -xm- . 1' , 5' X, Economics Club The study of how an economy operates is the theme of the Economics Club. Students interested in economics, finance, and industry find membership very enjoyable. The club views many films and have guest speakers at their regular meetings. Various tours are taken which help bring the students into close contact with the activities and controversies of our rapidly expanding economic system. 'inn- ' l ""UG' ABR 'aw- Wlwwtt g:!Wq,.m.uu..uuwf.mLm,1 14 4... t. i 'ii'-r H- ' IK -1.1 gf 5:0 LJ if Engineering Society Membership in the Engineering Society is open to,all ' students who have an interest in any of the fields of engineering. Besides, their monthly meetings, the society sponsors programs with guest speakers, and Held trips. l l l i 1 P - L Ei. vpmamf :ff The Engineering Quarterly is published by the society as an annual project. The purpose of the publication is to 5 enable students to express themselves in their field. Through these club projects, the engineering student is able to gain insight into his future as an engineer. 155 Government And Law Society The Government and Law Society is an organization which centers its interests around political science and the many facets of government. One of the special events sponsored by the Government and Law Society was the debate between area politicans. The Government and Law Society is a beneficial and interesting organization for all political-minded students. tr' ,r as vs vib- -?.1 istory Club H. 157 The History Club has been a very active organization on campus. The club has had many interesting speakers from both our faculty, and the community. The future historians haye gone on field trips to the historical points of interest in the community. Membership in the club has been enlightening and enjoyable for both history majors and non-history majors. Pep Club In its second year in existence the Pep Club has helped Geneva to increase its school s irit. The members of the Pep Club aint signs and decorate the goal, posts and iieldhouse for the games. The Pep Club sold programs at the games and were in charge of All tar Nilght. An interesting and unusua Mardi Gras booth was created by the Pep Club. The freshmen were a great source of vitality and spirit, which augmented the club in their promotion of school spirit. M czth Club As we head toward a 'lcomputer agej, the mathematics students are focusing their attention toward the control of this new society. Members of the Math Club enjoy monthly meetings which range from lectures to social activities. Membership in the Math Club helps keep students aware of the new developments and challenges of their field. iii 7f -I 1-, ,- in :z-t ,-A -.,g,w,.i-i it ' " 1' 2 - if , . ,,f,'f. . -vat, , -' Y ' I - j':...L . Q ! W . l ,, 1 P' 5342 , i so f::v:I": H '.,. .. ,sz-: it . 'V .4 iw' Classic Club The Classic Club is composed of students who are interested in Latin and Greek. Although the organization is small, they have represented Geneva well. The Latin students have scored very high in the national tests of ability. These students have proved that 'LLatin is not a dead language? 160 E. s . R V 5 5 tit. ' - ' 'D F .e.s zz.: l 1 N, -g.:. . Q 7 , ,i d I +5 ,X W W o ' 'Fair 3, . 4 French Club The French Club is an organization of students who are interested in the language and the way of life of the French speaking people. The club has guest speakers and films at their regular meetings. The members are getting a better idea of what it is like to live the language. 161 Q in 2 I w I During the spring semester the German club sponsored a 4'German Day." There were various displays of objects and a movie, in German. The club has also had guest speakers at their regular meetings. The purpose of the club is to help the students become oriented with the German way of life. German Club Spanish club One of the highlights of the year for the Spanish Club was their booth at the Mardi Gras, where several students dressed in Spanish costumes for the festivities The Spanish Club promotes Spanish literature, the customs, and insight into the way of life of the Spanish. The club enjoys guest speakers and films throughout the year. in 159- iw E 163 37 The Pre-Medical Society is an organization of students interested in any phase of the medical profession. Films, and trips to the local hospitals are some of the activities enjoyed by club members. The Pre-Medical Society strives to keep members alert to the latest advancements in the medical iield. Pre-Medical Society iff 1 e.LFl.l...LL- 164 The Geneva chapter of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association aims to unify the music majors and minors of the student body. The members attend musical functions, participate in activities designed to broaden their musical experience, and discuss problems and trends of music education throughout the state and nation. Two major events of the club were the sponsoring of a recital presented by outstanding high school students E E' 4 in the area, and attending the State Music Educators Convention in Harrisburg. 165 PSEA PSEA is a professional organization which is a state chapter of the National Education Association. College students have an opportunity to become a member of the student PSEA in anticipation of their career as a teacher. Members are kept in- formed of current news in the profession by the monthly magazines pub- lished by the PSEA and NEA. The PSEA is an active club, sponsoring car washes, bake sales, and a booth at Mardi Gras, and the sale of mums for Homecoming. The PSEA hosted the Re- gional Conference, and a program for high school students in the area interested in teaching. The PSEA has played an important role in the lives of our future teachers. sychology Club The Psychology Club is open to all individuals who are interested in the "hidden recesses of the mind." Through individuals inter-acting among themselves and Held trips to places of interest, the members strive to learn, communicate, and grow in understanding. Some of the main events of the year include a demonstration of hypnosis, a visit to Dixmont State Hospital, and a Christmas party. i ! f i wc , l ' J - A ,Y N 9 , liiia F X A- :. 34 Y .. 'V :iff 167 f Q- 1 aw. 3 ' , . pw tt. it X 5 it , ig N W . , 5 Secretarial Club Membership in the Future Secretaries Association is open to all business education majors, two year secretarial majors, and business administration majors. Activities of the organization are centered around the business field and what one can expect in the work of a secretary. The FSA is a division of the National Secretaries Association which publishes a monthly magazine. With Mrs. Shuler as faculty advisor, the students find their membership both interesting and rewarding. sas if 5 K J 'fi .,,- 6 ,.:, au ei, 2111?-U ,-yer1quyn1i19g..111.v5s4rF.3:l1rs.:q.p1.t.-gunm:u ggi . a.. 14L,..wf5r-xv f . .Jw- 11 ,. nt' 5 milf 1. f' .1 ' W: ' li.L'Tll'f3 fi . 1 it T .?5,1.5i!,:,' 4-'1" if lyme. -'56, R", L fy: 'QQ' "ny A " , ,.A,, .A is h -7- L :xml : 11 ',-. .' 2' , '- 11 33195, .4111 -MW111 lqf.iA1qui:'v4Q 1111 tg., . 3 1 ,V A --1 111' M PRF? "'5'-"."fWi' gf -' 'ffl W' ' 'iff' stiff., ' '.1rif A 1 - ' V 4,71 - -'Gil' P ',--' 1 1 Q' - 1 W .51-. 3,1115 -, 119.1111 . . 1 ww-' it ' ' Egfeiftf 11? if f 4 N' f ' fl kr J mxflf 11. 11 111"x1" .f-re 1 Y., Var ity Club The Varsity Club is an organization which brings together the athletes of Geneva The club endeavors to promote a sense of leadership and sportsmanship. After a year of service on a team, an athlete is eligible for a letter "GU, which entitles him to membership in the Varsity Club. The club sponsors various inter-mural sports which are open to all Geneva men. Women 'S Athletzc Assoczcztzon The Womenls Athletic Association aims to give Geneva women a well-rounded education. The WAA meets weekly and provides an opportunity for the college co-ed to get away from the books and get some exercise and relaxation. Some of the special events of the WAA include a hike to Bradyls Run Park for breakfast, a booth at Mardi Gras, and a play day for high school girls in the area. The club sponsors inter-mural tournaments which create competition as well as enjoyment for the girls. The Women's Student Association is the largest organization and one of the most active on campus. All women students are members ofthe WSA from the time they enter Geneva until they leave. The organization is not a completely female centered club as the WSA strives to bring enjoyment and entertainment to the entire college, The WSA sponsors such activities as the Thousand Mile Walk, Big and Little . Sister Party, in order that the freshmen may meet the upperclassmen. Other activities include the trimming of the Christmas tree, Mardi Gras, a Halloween Party, Spring Formal, and the presentation of a scholarship to a deserving woman. The most important event sponsored by the WSA is May Day. For months the various committees work hard, but the reward is worth the work as could be seen in "The Bonnie Mist ,O Mayf' The WSA is a big link in the unification of the student body. -o"' K. 4 b X H ww , 2 f' f, Q I 'I ff , A f' v 5 fthe 'fl Hx Linda Hill, Crown Bearerg Queen Jodieg Arm O'Neill, Scepter Bearer u e e n M 1, ALLL '- 'W ing ' ' ' was Jodie Ano' Her Royal Court T-J 0' " l.' gl CROWN BEARER 174 SCEPTER BEARER LADY LINDA HILL LADY ANN O'NEILL if! 5, ,.5. , an 4 7, 4 W A . -ff X PAA' 4 . 1 ll i 1 Ll' f IN YI " I A. , . LADY CAROLYN JOY UQ , ' 'mu f 1' . ,PEG-2 'Q 1'-' E, . Q,--. f A ,, J , S' . A- " L' M .. L Af ,f 1 11 A 'K 'I I -, V mx A. LADY SUSAN MYLES LADY DEIDRE WARGO 175 -fwfr--f 1? 1 mm M.. vi hw 1 ' J 1, 'I 4' IN LADY RAYMA LEEDY -Uk-QA ,men W JUL ,a it X LADY MARY WASHBURN li I S5 1 ' v z me1 l5t0 Wagon L1 ,. Gam ggqllrqr im-liopul Guam mlb Qlnurl X1 Q 176 -r 'm-T 9 3' 1? L, 1 f "VT 'NW UND ER CLA SSMEN Q 1 - Bl 11 1 Z I 1 11 if L M II JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Barb Beddow. Treasurer: Bill Hemphill. Vice-President: Nan Dill. Secrelaryg Pete DuBois, President. I 'L' I- A . ' xiii :lm i "r .,,',i," X neges: If l Allen Adams Richard Alford Connie Anderson David Anderson Michael Antonis Bonnie Avery .1 :il i ' :fb-7, "' .F ' af: I , ' i 5 is .. V, - ,I ' ' ,H 'x fi vi' ' 515' " In E .. ,',. 4: l y J i':v N-ful, ' I I T' I Rocco Ali Jeanne Andrianoff Tom Ayres STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES - Denny Garvin Donna Kubitz. il A AJ N 54' N ' 'WMP' H -:-1' J - Ip" Q -I - hx.. Fifi' Larry Bagby Rick Bales Rob Baumgartner Barb Beddow Janet Benninger Marilyn Beres Merry Blair Rose Marie Blasco Sue Boggs Steve Bohnenblust Stan Bollinger Bill Booher Lois Boots J anel Boyce Ray Braun "Q U 1 'A 'F UMMMY L. Harrington f' 1 .i gn I . -:M Q. -.sg -iii Aff vi Bob Balok Adren Baumann Rich Binkley Paul Black Joanne Belknap Keith Bell Nancy Bettles 5 , gQ5y-V' i is A in, Tim Bianco 180 Q! Dave Bruynell Howard Burrell Debbie Butler Frank Cap0 Alice Carson Tom Cheuvront Tom Byrne Frances Chiaro Bob Clark i Emery Cortez No-Doz Failed Again. K. Glazar Ray Crissman 181 Phyllis Cairns Mary Lou Childs Tom Coates Charlotte Cramer Jim Crozier Dale Callan Gail Church Connie Cooper Dave Crawford Jim Cunningham Ken Danchenka Tom Daquila Janet Daugherty Sue Davison Joe DeMaria Rich DeSalle Don DeSantis Dave Detwiler Roseanne DeVelde gg.. f ALBA i f 'kt i e "FOUR SCORE AND THIRTY GAMES AGO WE HAD A VICTORY." Joe Downs Ron Eckland Nancy Diehl Dennis Doyle Vaughn Eckman Nan Dill Philip Dinello George Dom Car0l Dunn Don Drane Bonnie Drescher Pete DuBois Charles EVZHS Linda Elder Janet Ellett Esther Elliott 182 ,es A 4 Ron Galiifa Larry Gettens Dave Gombar -1-.' - f S- .- VG? 1 Denny Garvin Carol Gibson Ron Good ET' al' W Mike Gaston Sue Gillespie Ray Gordon fa' .J -1-- . Louise Gaugler Kathy Glazar John Griest 183 Virginia Farley Gary Faye Bill Feasley Neil Ferguson ri' , N? 911' P 'Q is 'F 5 E' W! Allen Fiedler Karen Fisher Rosemary Flajnik Pau Fong Jerry Ford Joe Formica Larry Fox Marlene Frano Mary Frick Tom Gahles "THE ODD COUPLE" J. Robb .H , I 'K' Qsanilg V . 1, V, I. 1: T I 'Ti X xxmalixgh Q A Q ,. if 'Q A I A A , '3 ' fl 5 S9215 W. Q53 ima. .. John Grossi Beverly Grossman Dan Guiser Kathy Habbyshaw George Haberman Linda Hall Greg Haney Linda Harrington Carol Harsh Bill Hemphill June Henkels Wayne Hentschel Vivian Hernandez Allan Hesh Virginia Hiber file , 4 "WHO DROPPED THEIR TRAY THIS TIME?" 4 I Ti , H ' , 535' ' -- . -A -.1 .4 24-1, ' 'I I , X X if . . if if I , 1, 43 ' f 32 'f 1 Mike Hink Linda Hipkins Dave Holderman Sue Hopf Linda Hornacek l 1 84 ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER LUNCH MAYBE THE TEACHER WON'T SHOW. JUST THIS ONCE." " at' if? " ' H' '41 y' - N:...f- 1 I F' l .. :- ' m e T J ig illzfg 185 Karen Homung George Householder Howard Howell Dale Hutcheson Sharon Ivey l ie- , zzz , - l, -:sl -- . -sow y ll' I Harry Koehler Karin Kolb Annette Krachinsky John Kritikos Donna Kubitz Frank Johnston Ed Jones Roger Jones Tom Jurkiewicz Terry Kasper Diane Keane Mary Kelly John Kemp Jocele Keys Rose Kitch Louise Klitz Fred Kneedler Elmer Laslo Dean Lewis Fred Lingenfelter Tom Lopez Charles Lott Douglas Lum Barb Lutzelberger Vince Macioge Tony Manley Tom Malcolm Kathy Mano John Maracek Phil Martello Charles Martin Bruce Martin f :zy n g 6 y y S y fa, Q 1 l Q 5 'G wx V. V i ' if . ,jf 5 1, Q A K' f.. gg4.fz9 ' g'. L , gi" .qql Sarah Meier Jeff Metheny Philip Mier Mike Mine L - - .- r . es I A L I gr wi, Aj Q I wr' A if Karen Mellish Terri Mercer John Michel Jim Midberry Eric Miles Timothy Miller Francis Miner Pam Minnick "WHAT MAGAZINE WITH RABBITS IN IT DID YOU SAY YOU NEEDED FOR BIOLOGY CLASS'?'??" A. Y ,i With only one year to go, juniors push hard toward the final goal. M Hink, D. Sietam. Betty Mitchell Bob Mitchell Trudy Mitchell Dennis Mooney Allen Morgan Priscilla Morrison Ron Morris Nancy Morse Darius Moss Edward Moyo Barbara Mozes Pat Muriden Walt Mutschler Fred Myers Nancy McCloskey Ken McClymonds Jim McCormick Mike McCullough D m - Q 1 I l 5 I il cl I -1 , .- 1. V ., 1 fi' .I L if toil The student's haven 52.-..,,,"u, 13 A E: If Q i. A .1' Y za: 3 A ,ry I , K i. Mrke McKee Peggy McLane Dave Nemeth Gary Norman Ed Obm tn Bob Oros rr X d 1 Maryann McManus Cindy Nowak Philip Owens Dave McMillan Gayle Oberfeitinger Cheryl Ozinga X nu 'QQ- Many students work part-time jobs around campus B Fenchel, V. Hernandez. Q t rl hp ff I 5 t 'I at I ' gf- ME . X rx, I g al ' gf E gtk Lee Phrlllps 189 1:-'P Bob Padgett Joyce Palmer Alfred Papa Rosanne Papa Don Pardue Sally Pavlovic Jerry Penland Sandy Peoples John Petrik Dave Pietro Bob Piper John Purdy Wayne Pursh Gloria Putt Ray Queen Bob Rak Lou Ramunno Edward Reed Helen Reich Robert Reichenbach Charles Remmy Gerry Repasky Richard Reynolds Candy Rhodes Jim Riedl Kathy Ritchey Jim Robb Gary Rohrbaugh Denny Ruckert -mf C' ,Da L, , , 4 V-I. -f"WQ' .". 1 - 3 i' J, or 2 if ,J -1 rx ' E M if ak- 2 '11 .4 E. , .ooy ' 'a 1 4 Ge fel, ' 'mf Y, 1 I I ' V up , W W, pnl ,V ' 1' I I " ! " A 1 . ' . ,Q V L 3, I-sn" i ' Y 2:7 f G5- I f Wag . m e -. 5 Eifzf .,: ' I ' J Q I g-1 ,, .LY " vi- 'TY - . X fi '!!"Qf ' ' v "HOW SWEET IT ISU" B. Tindall, L. Phillips. QL Q "DID You SAY GENEVA OR JUNIOR LAss1Es?' 1 QM 0 if XI X Suzanne Ruplk Bill Sanders Clfldy SHWYCI' Ken Scarlino Maria Schlueter Becky Senior Carol Shaffer Kathy Shepherd Tony Santagata Bill Schiefer Don Sietam Linda 'Sivertsen Bob Smith Henrietta Snyder Maryann Soergel l . H ' 1 ,A S ,E .1 P' Y Y,--ppm --3" WB N 5 .,... ' . 9 . f A 4 ' ,.. Q, uxgg Li I Shirley Spezialetti Lila Steinbach Janice Stewart Jean Strickler Randy Strautmann Dave Sumner Janet Swink Bill Tegethoif if r.. t7xL.g. " ' E M ,i 155 3 J.. ' L-iifr " 1, Steve Tanaka Louis Terracio Q i . ' ZW f zz l L2-E5 , ' ,Q , Bruce Turek Gary Varnum Tom Viggiano S116 Theil Cathy Thomas it Fred Totera Bill Toth Kathy Trivanovich Larry Troggio "ULTRA-BRITE GIVES YOUR MOUTH Z I N G G G APPEAL" K. Glazar. I bn? 3 'fi H I A . J L A an K If h V Q2 Stephanie Urban Butch Volponi Roxann Wallace Dave Ward Karen Wasson Cathy Vekasy Mike Vinch 192 YW' i , mia, M535 it WH ' mlm 12 :': f r ,ESU .,.,., , X? ,Mig :.:s:.:g: E ,WH l , -' ia dv ' fr . . N A' 111.4 :. , " 'Frgllk r L HJ, ,A-- ',+' it at :..- f Bob Weber Susan Welch Valerie Wigton Linda Weigel Ruth Westlake Larry Wilcox A Paul Weimer Bernard Weyant Carol Wilczek "WOULD YOU PLEASE PAGE Bryan. AT THAT NEAT GUY COMING UP HERE? 111 '- L. . A 1.1 7" D. Bob Wills Andy Wilson Glenda Wischerman Rich Wojdowski Jim Woods Dave Wylie Mary Lee Yanik Duzel Yates Marjorie Zeh Cathy Zell Ken Zuiderhof SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - Dave Faris, Treasurerg Chuck Milliken, Vice-Presidentg Connie McClernan, Secretaryg Pete Milligan: President. .Es Applequist, R. Avery, C. Bachman, E. Baggs, C. Bailey, R. Baird, D. 194 STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES - Cindy Leslie, Tom Robb. Aiken. L. Allen. B. Anderson Anderson Andmo UI .Y V -T, T. -. Caldwell, T. Cauen, B. Carnahan, L. Carson, M. xx , 5 ' 4.45 W 4 -2:4 1 B?- 'fl- Bryant, S. Bunney, K. Bun, J. Campbell, P. Carlin, S. Carlson, E, 195 Banks, B. Banyas, V. Balto, K. Baxter, E, Beilstein, J. Bender, R. Benner, J. Berdyck, F. Beyer, R. Bjertnes, E. Blocker, S. Boffo, R. Bonomo, J. Boyle, C. Bradow, M. Braun, L. Breckenridge, Breit, M. Breuninger, L. Brobeck, R. Brooks, B. Brooks, P. Brown, C. Bryan, M. S CT . 15 .1 gi' N .Fri 1 E J 1 ,1l,, 'W 4 .. i a Sometimes studying is a "mus!. " E. Bjertnes I A' Lol. r Aw 7. w , A,-an' .2-2 Z 5' 5 l .xl I l l l ',.. I QL -, il , .,., an , in S" A ai V Z.: 4 Q if if H ifs T Chapman, P. Charski, D. Cheeseman, V. Churak, G. Ciarimboli, J. Cimini, J. Clarke, O. Closterman, C. Coleman, E. Collins. S. Conforti, J. , . Cook, M. Cook, S. ' 3 cook, s. . o Creach, B. Crowe, C. V., Cunning, J. Cunningham, R. Cutri, W. ,. ' Damaska, D. 5 ' Daquila, F. Y ' ' Darroch, M. f Davis, D. Davis, E. Dawson, J. Day, C. Dean, W. DeCarlo, D. DeOtto, R. Dickey, D. Dierdorf, D. Doerfel, S. Doverspike, L. Doyle, J. 44" ie, L V ' W ,ff ' l 'V x ' 2, ' N 21 . I 196 E , E F W. we , N r tl? I L1 t Dudek, E. Eastwood, A. Emanuelson, E. F ,. y x M, . - 'Mr r J T if-Q .. J' , . 'Q Duguid, S. Edwards, B. Emerick. R. of Q' .. in P . ,N vi W , ,N 5-1., 222 for wb. X Connie works hard for her c E n in ,- . I ...I it 5- x ' X-wx .Sqmh lass. C. McClernan. 3.245 S. :': . Eshman, R. T: ., Evans, D. Faris, D. - - J f Farrer, J. f ..,.. ,.. ,, Ferrazzano, A Filbert, D. . - Flowers, L. V -:---.f.,. Folkens, J. Fontana, M. ' .. . .no Frank, N- ' --2. Frederick, P. W .4 . Frey, W. Frishkorn, J. Fumivaj, M. F redericks, D. f i .f i I 2 Futato, D. Gacesa, K. Garoff, D. George, L. Gickey, B. Gloor, K. Gardecki, H. Gould, J. Grandey, J. Griliin, M. Griffin, R. Grimm, C. Gregg, J. Guido, F. Guziak, D. Haden, T. Haine, B. K Hall, H. Hall, J. Hanka, E. Harding, R. Hawk, B. Hays, J. Heckman, A. Hedland, P. Hegner, R. Herdt, M. Hienz, D. Hill, T. Hischar, J. qw HIBERNATION . . . E. Johnson P., Hogue, R. .1 Hogue, S. ll' 198 V., fu ldv wg, ' N X I , U Kilpatrick, P. Koziar, G. Kubitz, L. Landphair, J. Holmes, R. Hostetter, G. Hughes, M. Hurd, W. Hutcheson, D. Ialongo, D, Jackson, D. Jeffers, R. Johnson, E. Johnson, G. Jones, W. Juhasz, R. Kane, L. Kappakas Kay, T. Keiper, B Kelly, B. Kelly, L. --HEY FELLOWS, LOOK WHAT 1 HAVEN" P. Millxgan v it N1 1 sg F5 Lederer. C. Leichte, L. Lenz, T. Leslie. C. A Martinage, M. Mathis, V. Maurer, S. Mawhinney, B. Means, J. Meeder, K. 44" 2--V, K H . J Y A ll' Lewis. T. Lex. D. Liebman, D. Linberg, N. Logan. D. Lombardo, R. Lucci, L. Lutz, J. Lynch. P. Macioce. P. Magnolta, E. Manzetti, T. Marek, J. Marafli, J. Marple, G. Marshall, T. Martin, C. Martin, D. A .... V - ' . 'k M X " ',.. . I K ' if 1 V J KK Y. Mcgraw, - Mester, B. , S 7 1 7 ' -. .:E- fra : N fl? F5 N ua, se i .na rl " Michalski. J. Miner. M. Milligan, P. Milliken, C- Morgan, J. Morris, E. M0friS, E. Morrow, P- Mineo, D. Moffett, C, Molter, D. Moyer, T. Mustric, C. Myers, G. Myers, R. McClernan, C. McCoy, R 'a V' 1 cfm N-K McCullough, S McDanel, C. McElwain, K. McManus, M Narkiewicz, A. ophomores meet new Freshmen and ZAP!!! L. Malone, Navohof M' . O'Neill. Nieser, D. Nitsche, J. Nylander, C. O'Nei1l, J. Openshaw, C. Opfer, L. 201 opsai, A, o'R0urke, J. Orrico, G. Ottobre, V. Overgaard, M. Pacella, S. FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES OF . . . A. Heckman 14. P gy In 1 I .L , z Pililla, J, Palmer. D Palyash, S. Parker, A. Parsons, D. Pastrick, J. Petro, R. Fertile, C. Patterson, B. Pawol, T. Pelouze, C. Pingitore, W. Polls, M, Phillips, P. Phillips, R. Pierce, R. Powell, E. Price, K. Queen, R. 202 I-. ls -5 4. I Rv ' r. . : . . ww H 'Y 1 H "' " ' ---un . h- J if 'T . ,gg ..,, f i 'gli Y s , V ' -gill Q?-3 H1 az. s ii f ex. ' E :': MY! ' " j' A 'Q .ri-A.: f.4 1' V rm Q5-ig.: im I Quinn, P. Ramsey, R. Ray, M. Reda, J. Rich, M. Ricker, W. Riggall, A. Robb, T. Rodgers, W. Roeser, P. Rodgers, E. Ross, A. H A , I Scott. C. Scott, W. Shaffer, D. Shaner. M. Sewall, P. Shafer. A. Sherbine, D. Sherwood. Shea, S. Sheenan, P. Rudek, L. Rudi, C. Ruf, A. Runkle, P. Russell, B. Rutherford, M. Sager, B. Santeili, J. Sanlilli, A. Sargent, J. Schenker, A. Schlueter, C. Schneider, W. Schoeneweis, G y y Q lil l lil 3, , l I -My W ' L .. wg, W gs, A i ,Eff X b Shirey, D. Stratton. W. Suhy. S. Sutton. K. Sweeny, R. Sweitzer. B. Tanner, P. Taylor, R. Thompson Triance. H Tronzo. T. Tropea. . Troxell, . Tymchuck, . I ' giver: iii .,?,., .Qi Q., 222 ' iii ..'. . ' Jn .: ' R 'fly A - . ll A , gg i 1 .X V ,. ..... E K if ' N 1 i Shirey. R. Shoaf, T. Simons, D. Smalley. C. 45 7 I l M -:-.,. J' if ,, S ooo ff , f LL Wal Shrader, L. Shriver. R. Smfffil- B- Smezek- F- Club activities are enjoyed by all. Snyder, R. Soroka, T. Sorrels, C. : J N-' P Spern, J. X th Stahl, N. 1 ,I We I Stains, D. ' Cliff si. Clair, P. lgg ' - , , f - A:-F-",. i ., ,4 wi Stewart, G. --Q Srin, S. iiil l ' if if Stoddard, D. i Stoll, L - it Icy 4 lil , Stratton, C. I ml V li N Y ' S ffl: t W "ll Q .. ,... ! H , I r . ..Q-P . . Ulrich, R. A 204 le i Valiga, R. , Vallecorsa, R. M , Virgi, J. Q Vrable, R. 'T viikich, D. , , Walker, B. ' Walker. M. A 3 ku! 5431.5 J Wallace, J. f Ward, F. 1: Waltecamps, K. ' V A Weinman, R. A.::.E,v: YF! in Weir, S. , 1 1 ., White, R. ,. wicks, C. M ' , .g.':f" " Wilcox, T. "JV I Williams, T, 43-L ,L .. .-.' .11 ii. . Wilson. C. ,A ' 1 wiiisie, B. .' i' 1 .":T',3. Winter, D. E, Wishart. J. if I Wissner, D. Wolbert, J. ' I' Woods, W. . Workley. J. ,.,. ' ? Yaklich, D. ' Yansky. P. xl 5 em Yarnelle, M. X i.-14" 'H Y V , .4 . 'G z ' ,, v.. 'l "i . Zaken, M. Zebich, F. Zdziarski, M. Zollinger, R. Joe and Bro have come down with SSS 1Sophomore Spring Sleepiness5 J. O'Neill, B. Brobeck. 205 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS - Paula Walters, Secretary, Mary McDonald, Treasurerg Greg Hultquist, Vice-President, Tim Gunther, President. Adams, R. Adams, T. .l Aiken, C. Alberti, P. Albright, R. Alexander, B. Alexander, R. Allen, P. Allen, S. Anderson, R. 9' K .,, 1 1 f 1 S View :-git . wi, Androlia, D. H Anthony, G. Auel, D. E Baburich, J. Badger, S, '- ' Bailey, B. 206 STUDENT SENATE REPRESENTATIVES Dan Taormina, Judy Gaither I X-, al gf QI- , .fx .rc - -. 'ki' - 'E' A' 'A-flkx up -:-' sas. Ex -iw" 'NY 4 Aw Y 5 I 1 -r' 1' ' .. 'if' sf SY- f ' . - 1' K . v l A T f 1 Barker, G. Baldwin, J. Baker, M. Beall, E. Beck, R. Barr, J. Bates, B. Bernard, K. Benson, G. Belcastro, J. Bender, C. Bicehouse, C. Bingler, T. Berry, T. Berry, R. Bordas, J. Blotzer, D. Brogan, J. Boring, L. Brashears, Braxton, H Brooks, M. Brown, R. Brown, T. Brozenick, Bruno, S. Buckholtz, Burrows, G Butcher, G Buzzelli, E Cable, J. Cain, M. Carletti, R. Carlsen, R Carlson, S. Carney, D. N 5 ' 5 1' .lf . 'A ., V . A ' "W' 1' A ll ' " Rl .El .-.,. 'Z ' ,L A 55' " M.: f fr' . V, Li A f A 5 ' re ei -1 - N .:....,, - rx-5:5 , 'M - 4, 46 J ':: . Q ,... I 4: , lx Arg-fgigg .:.: .. ,.::V I . .V HA.. J: K ' :-- , , K 3, cf al -- - .ar Eh Carpenter, R. Carroll, H. Carver. J. Cellini, A. Chamberlin, V. Chick. B. Clark, D. Clark, J. Clink, B. Cglgnna, R, Conn. W. Coon. W. Coonfield, C. Cooper, J. Cooper. S. Contino. A. Cordy. P. ' l Costa, D. -:-v' I Y,.. Q :.:...:Q: Cowan, A. " A .Q . ' COX, F' .. .ggi i :lv COX, W- ' .. -' - ww J. ll xgggvx :Is if-s, ,2 rr ' P A fiat-x- ii -. Crail. B. ' - Cramer R. , ' - . ' ."...' .. -, . .-.2 Cronin, W. 6, . 7:5411-" .Q Cusato' D' Dana, V. ff 1 ' Daniel, J. " f x . 11 E Davis, D. " Davis, G. , Qlz, 5 Davis- L' . . . . 1 U Dean, D. -',C ,' Deer, R. - ' , A Desimone, D. ' x 208 Dioguardi, N. DiPaolo, G. Dittmar, S. ATTENTION!! !!! K. Dunham W' aw 5 f if uu- ,-ez 'sr ,Bur li-: Q 0 S. , lr x JJ Kill W ff? .. N542 3? :,c.!f,N"l ,Y'm,'A Q t A .XL I .,,,., Emm- Dixson, L. Dominick, K. Dorothy, R. Drescher. S. Dunham, K. Dunlap. P. Durso. D. Eady, L. Eberhart, S. Elliott, L. Elliott, W. Elsbury. J. "I HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT!" RIDE 'EM COWBOY! 31151 W0 209 ll '..,. .. HI u J f Q P , . ... f 9. Sggfi - f I if xt I fag, ii ...-iw-I 'swf E ul "'V I .. 7 .Li E. l l - " I x, 5 A rr .. . ,AH 1, l .. 'Vi 4 ,a x ,,.. .. H 5 ! -as wif av 'li ,lil 3 1 'l'l',,i.1u - 'J S" ll Q? S V 1-R Emert, R. Engel. J. I ' Il It .-.' ,QI . '1"""'2 X Y I r FQ 'H I ' ll ., ll il Fitzer. J. Frank. V. Frazier, L. Frazier, W. Frochio, J. Frye, R. Gaither, J. Gallagher. W. Eshenbaugh Esposito. A. Evans, C. Evans, R. Falen. L. Fenchel, S. Feola, F. Fidell, S. Gulliford, S. Gunderson, Gunther, T. Gutowski, R Haber, S. Haddox, W. Haines, B. Hall, L. Hallstein, C Hamilton, K Hamilton, J Hamory, R. gf r ,E i K ., ., . Y' u D L. Harbison, S. xyif , Af' Harkins, W. 1 Y Harris, G. ubluu 1 :.: 'av 1 Hartman, W. li 1 "" f Hartzell. D. M Harvan, M. ,V 1. NQ ' Haswell, B. 4 'Il f .- - Havasy, R. 4 ' R : : Hefldland' R- .. H t I - :.: -Q ,Y g,1..! Helrlemvan, C, -- ' V V 'i 29 it .5:::,, - Helmskx, R. Q x M rl V K 1, ,vm X D if ., ? k H Z Hellman, J. , Hemphill, B. . uluu V. A gm Henderson, B - .. ., 'A rf.. C. vu V4 Y f - f .,.,., L lux' . u- y,. Henning, L. I J' H M 5 Hennon. P. ' 1 -f . ""'H1'3"w.,, Herrman, R. 1 R f Hill, K. U Hilleary, C. Hindman. N. 1 Hoch, R. .QQ Hogsett, B. gif- I n Vjf"i3, . Horton, R. 34. . QQ Householder, S. I N " , ,1 l y - r -X Howard. D. 4 -- Hrbolich, S. if Hubbard. R. . Huffman, N. mf" Y f . Hughes, P. A Y ' ax, 3 A f f' V"E: fur, Huggins, G. X A Azul.. Hultquist, G. ir -ggi Hunter, D. if .lf QE Hutter, D. .--:' Iatesta. M. ,-' - ,. X " . I -4 ' Irvine, R. 'A ' ' 4 , I 3' " 'E 211 .fi iz! 5 5 K ,Ui Ji Ji f, ,if gig. M. 45 .,,.:.: IHI: .-::::: , ke, vw' ,,, Q' S x fig' , w i . J .,,. .. It , ,. , I., M . , - Lang. T. Lantz. W. Large, D. LaVigne, N. Leax. J. Lennon, P. LeRoy, L. Lieb J. Little J. Long Lowe W. . lg 6 B 2' , 42, ,' f X 1 . D. , f Long. J. ' ',,- i' Longenberger, D. T' i ig . ,. ii' Luce. J. Madgar, P. Maine, K. 'l I: :-:.- ', . . L1 Sri .. '4 i fa Ii A .J . .3 5? ' M2225 Y . , N., I. Ivey. D. Jakentu. G. Jenyk. J. Jerich. R. Jesch. D. John. N. Kane. D. Keny. C, Kelty. J. Kennedy. D. Kennedy. J. Kidd, J. King. R. Kinslow. J. Klamm. R. Kofalt. T. Kowalski. K Kraly. K. Kress. L. Kroupa. J. Lah. D. Lane, S. - V- -.- . - -m ..,.s..-L- 'F :il i rir V --ik. gtg, H -e I 4 i I J I9 .W ' W ' XV ..3.'f'f I wi :': it I I X f W ?'9'T1. Q 4 J X. J .. if x I' lt f :L , V Maclvlurdo, D, Mugill. P, Frosh enjoy such new experiences as - Mahosky, H. Malone. L. Trivia S HdfblS0U Q fi Murlatt, N. Martin. J. Q ' , Matotek. M. Matthews. J. r l i w- .wifi 'v ,f A-V W i . nk I- - . ,sq if- , A 2. V 4 .14 'f'Vf Q, ,5 4.4 q i , ' ' . , ff .yt f. , f , - I l A ww 4 , ,i v 1 ' 5 in A ,M Z r 1, ' lg ..-.l - A - Miller. B- Maricone, M. Marion, D, Q 'A ' - N , ' Martinage. L. Martyak, M, I Q? h . May. K. Mellish. D. . ' A' ' .,,' Mihalcin. J. Millard, D. ' . 'S hi 14 ,,,, if h Mitchell. J. Mitchell, S. .-,... 9' bf,1 . 4 ,,.-., f x .E rie , L KS X rf. W -,-E - W !: ::-. V A , -71 '- 'ft 1. m Millman, T. Molennor, L, Montgomery. D. Moose. L. Morris, P. Morrison. C. Morrow. D. Moshis. K. 213 14. Moskovitz. E. Moyer, S. Murray. C. , V-4-.. I :.-. . MCC:-mdless. J. 3' - ' "5" I lu , McClymonds. W. W" ' ' McCowin, L. McDaniel, S. 9 McDonald, M. . a McFarland, R. ,ff V - 8 McGinnis, J. .A ' " ,,:" A " Mem , B. Vuiq I f' ' Y . ...fs1.u f .- M A Q McKay. L. Mi' f ,Y McLellan, . VV 1 ' McMillan. R. J' V kj' '1- W . f 1 Namendortl A. U .' ,. N Navolio, G. A ' 'mx L ":' T' Q :j': "'. fy: T W F l '59, H uvll , ", 1 me i.' McShane, . V... NiCh01s.D. " ' ' .1 Norman, R. at V ., Q Nurse. F. :li ' -- I . D 5 C 1 5 Vg I P? K r Nocera, T. 1 : , ! 4 4 '- . 5 if is-13 We! ? O Donnell, S. A , V L X 5, - .b . -- , f- R t H . it 1 omhanski, W. --AQ T1 ., .,. , .. Opperman. M. E. '4' :gf ' Ordeh' 4, L , . Oskin. J. A L: I - , Paraschak. B. A. K. 4 Pasarilla. G. Palsy- R' f . P G M -sail I. :Q ensy. . M 5 . 1 . Q L V .4 X Ml., X ,L Penn. C. 1 ' Petrella, J. X - Petro. D. Phillips, D. . L 3,-' .,-'- , ' ...lu fl, lsegwi ' l Q-A g 1- '. 7'-9 -.T f " :mi Q ,. LE ' 1 f li '- , . if if W W . ' ' I . uc.. w , VAL , K .rx X " ee ,i, - . ' E ,. . I : - 'L , ' .5 ,,,- .vigil 1, fi., 5 in , ' '. ze fi. .sw Upperclassmen checking-out the new frosh! Q . . " A ":j"'5:fg:' 553- ' 1' .1 hwy ? 'S '25 c if - '... 4917 jf ., 'Elf 53 "IS IT REALLY RED?" 214 N . . . ..,,:f,J: - Z .Q R, R K, '1 .V . ' i . i 'H' " s i in lx. . Phillips, J. Piccola. S. Pinkerton. R. Plants. J. Polifroni. C. Portman, V. Pratte, G. Pratte. R. Pilotta, M. Pollitt, E. Porter, T. Prentice. M. Freshman make new friends. J. Krupa, K. Winnell, N. Dioguardi Purdy. K. . , V . V Redfoot, N. E, ! ,. , A'-: , , .'V1' - Reed. G. P 4-:- if . .1 - Reeder- S- , e.e. . 1.2-:hp ..:1i 2' Reisinger. D. ' , .,"' - 1 lf' U . 9 Rhodes. G. Rice. M. Ricker, C. Richardson. Rock. R. ' 'iii i l . Q, A, K ce?-1 i A er 42 . . 1 ' if , 'fi-1 W: A V3 ....t ., is N Rossman . Rowe, J. Q3 ' I . r . 3 . l - fs 5? Rutter. P. my af . 5+ 1 5 k Ulm j Q . ' , .AYK Samchuck, D. is ' Santangelo, F. J li Scherrer, R. -Q 215 YOU'RE THE LIGHT OF MY LIFE" C. Ricker, J. Wilson. .Af ,. r it Q, 5 rv W. wi . ,L 'Eg' , ws ff? . 1- ivy. , .H 'N E63 M1 I N Smith, R. Spilling, J. Swartz, D. X L r Y ..'A. iii: QQ: X fii i n" V 'nj S ..,., Qi J . ii Smonko D. Snyder H. Sterrett B. Stewart D. Thompson, K Tietz, K. 1? ga , . , , Tabon, M. Taormma, D. . 1 Q if Q: ,.. N 5 A ui? TT.. ,- 2 + af Q.. af ...t . ' 5' :L . Schlueter, E. Sencenbach, R. '- - Shoup, C. X!E1hs Schrecengost, R. Schrl-lm, W. Shanks, G. Shearer, L. Silata, M. Siler, M. Smith, F. Smith, K. , ':"t ' - 1 7. 74' .,,,jf -i" I .1 --:.-. gif .,.. , . I J xii' . If , 1: , , f N 1. 4 f Q gf. ,Q Q3 K V 'il rvi 4 W 1 N Sosna, H. Stiening, R. Tavares, J. Tindall, A. Stillwagon, R. Stock. D. Stuck, B. Teasdale, D. Tebbets, T. Thomas, S. if K ,f f X F' 'J Q Q 't t X 0 I gt 5 ,...' Y' .. fit5X ..s. ' rd Scott. E. Shimek, J. Slater, T. CHARGE OF THE LIGHT f??J BRIGADE!! X V . , , :Lg Weyman, K. Wike, D. T.. l rm' , W I .V .fu - ,fr 3. . fwf 9 iill I il xl, -... iiwi '- :" T . ":' z 1 J L" 2 1 iw. Nl if ,N Tinsman, M. Todd, L. Toliver, K. Tower, J. Truelson, L. Tucker, C. Varner, H. Voelzke, B. Volpicelli, L. Walters, P. Walker, S. Walck, K. Ward, J. Ward, R. Washington, T. Wilds, J. Wilds, G. law -, Q f ' .. , H 12. T .Q , 1 If '- HW' '-J f T 1 ' , ' '- 3 1 'B' LL'TT J i . if fi .. fi t A 1. l x -. l 'vs .Q Vx' 222 -i.. T? T , 217 WT - 'F f" 1 -.2.:.a. Q nv an -a .V .93 .,., , J . . I ,'--F . , .HH ,,. ,E - . 5, 4- '-'XQ S4 F " ww -- f' fbi 'L 4 yr we ' and 4:5 4' 1 aff: x I?- Tommasone, A. Umlauf, S. Wahl, J. Wallace, D. Weimer, M. Wilk, P. Wilson, D. Wilson, J. Wing, D. Winnell, K. Wolfe, J. Wong, D. " Wood, T. Woods, R. Yanik, L. Yoho, R. Young, R. Zahn, K. Zajac, T. f . -::::P 7 v- ' .11 ' r f -f 4 .552 Toot, G. Vance, L. Walser, R. Wallace, L. Werner, W. Senior Directory THOMAS J. ABRAHAM MELVILLE W. ADAMS DONALD ALBANESE GERALD S. ALEXANDER CLAIRE B. ALLSHOUSE SUSAN L. ANDREWS LINDA J. ANTHONY 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3: Band l. 2. 3. MICHAEL S. ANTONIS 4 Engineering Society l, 2, 3. 4: Intramurals l, 2, 3. 4. CHARLES A. ARTZBERGER ERICA E. AUGUSTINE 4 German 2, 43 CSF Choir 43 Pep Club 3: Genevans 3, 43 P.M.E.A. 2, 4. BRUCE R. BACKENSTO 4 Interclub Council 4 fPres.7: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3 CPres.Q 4 fPres.J3 CSF 3. 43 Basketball I, 2, 33 Math Club 1. BRUCE BADGER CAROL L. BAKSA SAM J. L, BARRY ELIZABETH BAUM 4 Genevans l. 2. 3. 4: Chemistry Club 3. 43 WAA l. 2. 3. 43 Great Books. ROBERT R. BEACH GEORGE V. BEDISON, JR. 4 Psychology Club l, 2, 3. 4. RUTH ANN BEDISON JAMES V. BELLAVIA JAY K. BENNETT JOHN BERES 4 Chemistry Club 1. 2, 3. 43 Pittsburgh Analytical Society Award 3. DONALD BIENKOWSKI 4 Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH J. BISHTON. JR. J. TERRY BITTNER KENNETH BOFFO MARY L. BONNER 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3. 4: S anish Club 43 French Club 3. COSJSTANCE C. BOSTON 4 CSF 3. 43 Student Senate 4 tSecreta1'yJ: Who's Who3 Mary Court 4. EDWIN C. BOYER III ROBERT C. BRASHEARS LARRY R. BROCK 4 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 43 Pre-Medical Society 2. 3. 4. THOMAS BROOKS BETH ANN BROWN JANICE F. BROWN DAVID W. BROWNSTEIN 4 Great Books. LINDA L. BRUCE 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3. 4. TIMOTHY L. BRYAN 4 Pre-Medical Society l. 2. 3. 43 Intramurals l. 2. 3, 4. WILLIAM C. BRYAN, JR. WILLIAM L. BUCK 4 Enxgineering: Society l: Track Team 2, 3. 4: arsity lub 3, 43 Economics Club 3. 43 Pre-Medical Socieg 4. GARY D. BUFFINGTON 4 Accounting lub l. 2. 3, 4. DARLA E. BURKET 4 WAA l. 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. P.M.E.A. I, 2. 3. 43 Wind Ensemble 3, 4. DOROTHY BURKHART ROBERT G. BUTTERFIELD GEORGE BUTTERMORE RICHARD A. BYERS 4 Accounting Club l. 2. 3, 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. W. DENNIS BYRNE 4 Psychology Club l. 2. 3. 4: P.S.E.A. l. 2, 3. 4. EDWARD J. CABLE RONALD D. CAIN 4 Dorm Council3 Intramurals. JAMES CAMPBELL KIRBY J. CAMPBELL 4 Accounting Club l. 2, 3. 43 Intramurals 2. 3. 4. MARIA C. CARDINALE GARY R. CARSON BRENT E. CASEY 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3. 4. WILLIAM A. CHIMLEY LOU ELLEN CHRISTLEY RITA J. CHUEY 4 FSA l. 2, 3. 4: P.S.E.A. 4. GEORGE R. CLARK D. MARIAN COCHRAN 4 P.M.E.A. 3. 4. RONALD J. COLEMAN 4 Basketball Team l. 2. 3. 4: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. 4: P.S.E.A. 23 Varsity Club 2, 3. 43 Dorm Council 4. JANE R. CONRAD 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3, 4: Dorm Council 3. ALBERT CONVILLE JAMES M. CORWIN. JR. SHARREN L. COVERT 4 Great Books 3, 4: Band 1. 23 WAA 2: CABINET 4 fBusiness Managerj: Pre-Medical Society 23 Psychology Club 4. CARRIE L. CRAWFORD 4 Student Center Pro ram Council 2, 3: GENEVAN stall' 3. ROBERT E. CRISCI DAVID R. CUNNINGHAM THOMAS R. CUPPLES 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: CABINET 2. M. DIANE CURRY 4 P.S.E.A. 2. 3, 43 CSF l: WAA l. JAMES R. DAUGHERTY 4 Math Club l, 2. 3. 43 P.S.E.A. l. 2, 3, 4. PHYLIS DAVENPORT MICHAEL J. DAVIC JOHN A. DELIVEK 4 CSF 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 1. 2 CSec.-Tres.y, 33 P.S.E.A. 43 Debate Society l. CATHY L. DEMAILO 4 History Club 3. 4. PAMELA G. DEVITO DONNA M. DIBENEDETTO JOSEPH F. D'INNOCENZO SHERRY DONNELLY 4 Homecoming Queen 2. PAUL M. DYRWAL ROSE EGER ROBERT S. EDWARDS G. JOANNE EVANS 4 Student Senate 2, 33 CSF I. 2. 3. 43 Genevans l, 2, 3, 43 Pre-Medical Society l. 2, 3. 43 May Queen 4: Ma Pole Dancer 3 Homecoming Court 3. RALBIH R. FABIAN 4 Engineering Society l. 2. 3, 4. JOHN E. FAWCETT 4 Pre-Medical Society 1, 2. 3. 43 Band l. 2, 33 Wind Ensemble 43 Dorm Council 3, 4. 218 THOMAS J. FEAN 4 Pre-Medical Society l. 2. 3 fVice-Pres.J. 43 Pep Club 3: Great Books 4: Intramurals l. 2, 33 WGEV l. ROBERTA ANN FEDEVICH 4 Psychology l. 2. 3: WAA 4: Pep Club 3. WILLIAM R. FIELDS - Economics Club l, 2. 3. 4: Intramurals l. 2. 3. 4: Dorm Council 3. 4. J. HOWARD FIGLEY JOHN E. FINK ROBERT H. FINLEY 4 Varsity Club l. 2 fSec.J. 33 Genevans 2. 3, 4: Football l. 21 CSF l, 2. 3. 4: Eight Bells 2. 3. EDWARD L. FLOYD 4 GENEVAN staff 3: Government and Law Society 33 Band 3: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. WILLIAM M. FLYNN THOMAS D. FORMAN 4 Chemistry Club l: Track l. 2. 3: Cross Country 23 Varsity Club 2, 33 CSF Choir l. 23 CSF l. 2. 3, 4 tPres.J: Frill and Dagger 33 Student Senate 2 CTres5, 3 CVice-Pres.j. DONALD J. FRACUL GEORGE R. FREDERICK 4 P.S.E.A. 1. 2. 3, 4. FAWN FULTON MITZI S. GANELIN 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3. 41 Lmabda Iota Tau 3. 4: Frill and Dagger 2. 3. 4: Honors Symlposium 4. JAMES R. GAS ON C. CANICE GEORGE 4 Math Club l, 2. 3. 4: P.S.E.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. RONALD L. GILKEY 4 Psychology l. 2. 3. 4: Golf 1. 2. 3. 43 Varsity Club 2, 3. 4. MATTHEW L. GIOFFRE DAVID GOLDSTROM RAYMOND C. GORDON ROBERT M. GRAESER DONNA L. GRAY TERRY R. GRAY RUTH A. GRAYBILL 4 CSF 3. 43 English Club 43 Government and Law Society 4: International Committee 3. 43 Student Senate 43 CABINET 4 CEditorj3 Who's Who 4g CSF Choir 4. HAROLD E. GROSSGLASS II 4 Engineering Society l, 2, 3, 43 Economics Club 2, 3. 43 Accounting Club I. 2. 3. 4. MARY ANN HAGE 4 P.S.E.A. 2. 3. 4: German Club 2: GENEVAN staff 3. JANET E. HAKLO MARGARET HANKNEY J. RICHARD HANNA JAMES E. HARDIE MARY E. HARSH 4 WAA l, 2, 33 Basketball 1.2.1 CSF l. 2. 3. 4: CSF Choir 1.2: P.S.E.A. I. 4 QSec.j3 Dorm Council 2. ROBERT L. HAWK RITA A. HAZEN JOHN A. HELINSKI 4 Track 1. PAUL W. HEMPHILL 4 P.S.E.A. l. 2. 3 fPres.J, 43 Track l, 2. ROY E. HEMPHILL 4 Engineering Society 1. 2. 3, 4. M. JANE HENDRICKSON CAROLE HENNING - Interclub Council 23 GENEVAN 3 fEclitor53 CSF l, 2, 33 CSF Choir l, 23 FSA 2 fPres.J. 3 CSec.l. 43 Pep Club l, 2, 33 May Pole Dancer 33 Who's Who 4. CHARLES B. HENNON - P.S.E.A. l, 2: Basketball I, 2. 3, 43 Varsity Club l, 2. 3, 4: Baseball l, 23 Track 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. DAVID S. HERKO - Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Economics Club 2, 3. 43 Intramurals l, 2. 3, 4. RODNEY D. HESS LINDA K. HILL - WSA l. 2, 3, 4 fPres.53 Homecoming Court l3 Campus Queen 23 May Court fCrown Bearery 43 May Pole Dancer 33 English Club 3, 43 Lambda Iota Tau 3, 43 Band l, 2, 33 Interclub Council 4 CSec.j3 Who's Who 43 GENEVAN staff 33 Class Oilicer l CSec.j. JAMES M. HILLIARD RICHARD M. HINES - Chemistry Club I, 2. 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE R. HITCHENS - CSF 1. 2, 3. 41 Math Club l. 2, 3. 4 fTres.J3 Student Senate l, 33 Class Ohicer l fPres.9. 4 fVice-Presb. BARBARA F. HOFFMAN - Frill and Dagger l, 2, 3, 43 Majorette 2, 3 4 fHeadJ3 May ole Dancer 3. DONALD E. HOFFMAN - Accounting Club lg Economics Club 2. 3, 4 CVice-Pres.J3 GENEVAN staiT 33 CABINET 4g Dorm Council 3, 4. MADELINE E. HOPKINS DENNIS L. HOPPER S. AMY HOSKING BARTON W. HOWE III SUSAN E. HUDSON JAMES L. HUGHES I VICTOR L. HULTQUIST, JR. - Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4 CTres.j3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL L. HUNT - Genevans 1, 2, 3, 43 Engineerin Society 33 Brass Choir 33 Male Chorus I, E, 3, 4. EDWIN J. HUNTER FREDERICK R. HUNTER ALVIE S. HURRAY CAROL HUTCHINSON VICTOR IALONGO - English Club I, 2, 3, 4. PAUL R. JAMES - History Club 3, 4. JACK S. JAYCOX ROBERT C. JOHNSON - Track 1, 2, 33 Frill and Dagger I, 23 Engineering Society l, 2, 3, 4. BETTIE ANN JONES WILLIAM A. JONES WILLIAM P. JONES CAROLYN JOY - Tennis team I, 2, 3, 43 En lish Club 2, 3, 43 WAA I, 23 FSA lg Frill ang Dao ef 2, 33 P.S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Court 43:iDorm Council 4. FRANCIS M. KAJDER SALLY A. KAMPERIN - P.S.E.A. 2, 33 Tennis Team 1. 2. MARY E. KARATINOS JAMES E. KASUNICK - Engineering Society l, 2 CSec.J, 3, 4 CTres.J3 Engineering Quarterly 3, 4 1Editor3. EDWARD D. KAUFMAN RONALD E. KEFFER - Pre-Medical Society 1.2. 3, 43 Golf l, 2. PETER J. KELLEY ALMA KELLY SHARON M. KERNS ,CABINET 4. SANDRA S. KETTERER - History Club 3, 4. REBECCA E. KIGGANS - English Club I, 2, 3, 43 Lambda Iota Tau I, 2, 3.43 CHIMES 4 fEditorj. ZONA M. KIRKPATRICK WILLIAM E. KOACH WILLIAM KRACHALA BARBARA J. KRALY - French Club I. 2, 3, 4. RONALD J. KRATSAS WILLIAM A. KRUPA - WGEV 1, 2, 3, 4g En ineerin Society l, 2, 3, 4. ANDREW KULIK - German Club 23 Pre-Medical Society 3, 43 GENEVAN staff 3. MAGDALENIA B. YC EDNA M. KYLE FRANK P. LALAMA HELEN A. LANG JACK L. LASH CLYDE F. LAUGHLIN CARLA D. LAZZERI RAYMA B. LEEDY - WSA 1, 2, 3 4 CVice-Pres.J3 WAA l, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club l, 23 Maygourt 4: CSF Choir 3, 4. BARBA J. LEES - WGEV l, 2, 3, 43 English Club l, 2, 3, 4 QTres.j. RONALD J. LEWARCHIK - Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 CSec.j3 Math Club 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3. ROBERT L. LEWIS MELVILLE H. LITTLE - Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. RONALD R. MACKIE - Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. ELKE H. MAGNOTTA GRETCHEN A. MANKEDICK ANTHONY E. MANLEY - Track lg P.S.E.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3. 4. JOHN W. MANZETTI - Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Varsiizy Club I, 2, 3, 4. MARL NE M. MARIOTTI JEFFREY M. MARKVAN - Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 1, 23 English Club 2, 33 Govemment and Law Society 3, 4. JOHN D. MARNICIO - Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 fCaptainj3 P.S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club I, 2 CVice-Pres.j, 3 IVice-Pres.Q, 4 fPI'CS.,Q Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. MARGARET R. MARSHALL ESTHER B. MATEER JOHN T. MATSIK MARTIN MATTHEWS LINDA J. MEANS - Pre-Medical Society l, 2, 3, 43 Genevans I, 2, 3, 4. 219 DONNA M. MEGILL KATHLEEN MERRILL - P.S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN MIDDENDORF EDWARD MIHALYI RODNEY J. MILANOVICH CAROLE M. MILLER - WAA l, 2, 3, 4 CPres.J3 CSF l, 2, 3. JACK R. MILLER II LARRY E. MILLER - Student Senate 4 fPres.J3 Math Club l. 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Who's Who 4. DANE E. MITCHELL - English Club I, 2, 3, 4g P.S.E.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2. N. FLOYD MONTGOMERY - Track l, 2, 3g Varsity Club l,2, 33 Psychology 2, 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. H. DUANE MOORE, JR. - Math Club l, 2 fTres.J, 3, 43 Genevans 2, 3, 43 Male Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band l, 23 Basketball Mgr. 2. JOSEPH A. MORABITO - Football 3, 4 QCaptainJ3 Varsity Club 3, 43 Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 Track 3. ERNEST F. MOSES, JR. - Chemist? Club 13 Engineering Society 2, 3, 43 Dorm ouncil 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 Student Centers Activities 3, 4. ALECSANDRA G. MUSTRIC SUSAN E. MYLES - Class Ofiicer 4 fSec.J3 P.S.E.A. l, 2, 3, CPres.J, 43 Great Books 43 May Court 43 May Pole Dancer 33 Valentine Court 3g GENEVAN staIT 3. MARY B. MCBEE JOHN S. MCCREADY - CSF 2, 3, 4: CSF Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 International Committee 3, 43 German Club 4. RUTH C. MCCREADY - Band l, 2, 3, 43 Genevans 43 WAA 2, CSF l, 2, 3, 43 P.S.E.A. l, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL MCCULLOUGH MARTHA M. McGINNIS - CSF 1, 23 CSF Choir I, 23 Great Books 3, 4. WILLIAM MCKEAN PEGGY MCLANE DARLA J. MCLEAN - P.S.E.A. 2. 4. RICHARD NARVETT MARY JANE NEMES - GENEVAN staff 33 Great Books 43 Lambda Iota Tau 4. PATRICIA J. NEWCOME - P.S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. HARRY A. NEWMAN BARBARA NICHOLAS THOMAS E. NOLL JOSEPH A. NOTO CARTER P. NULTON JOHN G. ONDEYKA - Chemistry Club I, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. ANN E. O'NEILL - Pe Club 3 fPres.j, 43 CSF l, 2, 3, 43 CSF Choir R23 WSA I, 2, 3 fSec.J, 43 May Pole Dancer 33 May Court 4 fScepter Bearerjg Basketball Court 3, 43 Who's Who 43 Student Senate 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 33 GENEVAN staff 3. JERRY F. OINEILL - Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 23 Tennis Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 43 CSF l. 2. 3. 4, CSF Choir Ig Student Senate 1. 2, 3, 4: Class President 2, 3, 43 GENEVAN staff 3, Pe Club 3, Whois Who 4. GLENN G. OPFER RICHARD A. PAAR DONNA C. PAISLEY LOUIS J. PANTANO ALFRED V. PAPA, JR. ERIC A. PARK SALLY D. PAVLOVIC - En lish I, 2, 3: P.S.E.A. I, 2, 3, Lambda Iota Tau 2, 3. HOWARD H. PEARCE JOHN C. PELUSO ROY A. PHILLIPS - Engineering Society I, 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Track I. 2. 3. 4: Tennis I, 2, 3. 4. CHARLES M. PHIPPS - Math Club I, 2, 3. 4. FRANK J. PIATEK - English Club I, 2, 3, 4, Psychology Club I, 2, 3, 4, Debate Society I, 2, CHIMES stall' 4. JOHN R. PIZZELLA MARY M. POLLAK ROBERT C. PORTER S. JAMES QUAINTANCE, JR - Baseball I, 2, Rifle I. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4: Engineering Society I, 2, 3. 4. CHA LES RANSHAW LETITIA W. RAYMOND - P.S.E.A. 2, 3, 4: CSF Choir I, 2, WAA 4. LINDA S. REGO - P.S.E.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3. ROBERT B. RIDLEY PAUL V. ROCERETO - CSF I. 3. 4, CSF Choir I, 3, 4, Who's Who 4. Intramurals 1, 3, 4. HERBERT L. ROGERS RONALD B. ROSE - History Club 4, Debate Society 4. TERRY D. ROSSMAN ERIC E. RUSHMORE - Economics Club I, 2, 3. 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Golf I, 2. 3. KATHLEEN L. SADLER LINDA A. SANDERBECK - P.S.E.A. 2. 3, Majorette 3, 4, WAA I. 2, Pep Club 3, 4: Psychology Club 2, Dorm Council 4, All Star Queen 4. KAREN A. SANDERS JOHN SAPP .I. THOMAS SAWYER - Track 3. 4: Cross Country 3, 4 lCaptainJ, Varsity Club 3, 4 I res.J, Enizineerin Societ 2, 3, 4. KEQNFNETH SCARLIgNO y KARL A. SCHILAJEW FREDERICK K. SEBASTIAN - Chemistry 2, 3, 4 CPres.J, lnterclub Council 4. ROBERT E. SELBY DONALD E. SHEFFIELD - Basketball I, 2, 3. 41 Tennis 3, 4, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4 fPres.J, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 fVice- res.j. ROBERT F. SHIVELY JEANNE A. SHORE EMMA L. SHUPE - Spanish Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4 lVice-Pres.5, WAA 2. JAMES M. SHUTY GEORGE E. SIMPSOM - CHIMES stafl' 3. 4: English Club I. 2. 3. 4, Genevans l. 2, 3. 4. JOSEPH R. SIPP - Chemistry Club I, 2. 3. 4. ROBERT S. SKABO JOHN SKLARSKY, JR. - Intramurals I, 2, 3. 4, Dorm Council 3, 4, Engineering Society I, 2, 3 lTres.J, 4 fPres.J: lnterclub Council 4. JON B. SLABY R. BURCE SMITH WILLIAM C. SMITH JOHN R. SNAREY - P.S.E.A. 2, 3, 4, Psychology Club 2. 3. 4, Economics Club 2, 3. KENNETH D. SNYDER, JR. ALAN J. SPEES - Ritie I, 2. 3: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Pre-Medical Society l. 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club I, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4. PAUL W. SPOELHOF - P.S.E.A. 3, 4 CPresidentJ, French Club 3, 4, lnterclub Council 4, Band 3, 4: Dorm Council 4. MARGARET P. SPOONER PETER P. SPUDICH. JR. - WGEV I. 2. 3: Accounting Club 2, 3. DONALD E. STAHL DAVID L. STEED - Pre-Medical Society I, 2, 3 fTres.J. 4 fPrcs.J, Chemistry Club I. 2. 3. 4: lnterclub Council 4, Who's Who 4. PAULA J. STEPHENSON - Genevans I. 2, 3, 4, Math Club I, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU STERRETT JOAN K. STEVENSON BARBARA J. STEWART MONELL STOLL CHARLES L. STUMP MARTHA SULLIVAN FRANK J. SUMMERS MARY JANE SZCZURKU NANCY M. TARAS EDWARD H. TEETS DAVID C. THOMPSON - Genevans I, 2, 31 CABINET 3, Ei ht Bells 31 Great Books 3. GERALDINE F. THOMPSON BONNIE G. TINDALL MARILYN TORBIC 4 Cultural Society I. 2, Psycholpqgy Club 2, P.S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. JUDITH . TORRENCE JOHN E. TOTH BRIAN E TRITT Accountin Club I 2 3 4. -. - g . . . JACK K. UNANGST, JR. - Track I, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS R. VANDLING - Engineering Society I, 2, 3. 4, Rilie 2, Intramuras I. JANET L. VEON DONN M. VILLELLA CONSTANTINE J. VITSAS CONSTANCE N. VOLSKO ROBERT W. WAGNER MARY WAIGHT CHRISTIAN H. WALMER II MARILYN L. WALTERMIRE BLAIR E. WALTERS - Frill and Dagger I, 2, 3, 4 CPres.j, Band I, 2. 3, 4, Debate Society I. 2, 3, WGEV 2, 3. CAROLYN C. WALTERS - Spanish Club I, 220 2. 3, Great Books 2, 3: P.S.E.A. 2, 3: Majorette 2, 3. 4 CHead Majorettelz GENEVAN stall' 3 CBusiness Managerj. MARC WALTHER - Spanish Club l. 2. 3. 4, Tennis I. 2. 3. 4 fCa tainj. DEIDRE G. WARGOD - Rihe 2: CSF 3. 4 lSec.-Tres.J: Class Ollicer 3 lSec.j, May Court 4. MARY E. WASHBURN - Who's Who 4: Pep Club 3. 41 Tennis 2, 3, WAA I: All Star Court 3: Valentine Court 3: Homecoming Court 2, Cheerleader 2. 3 CCaptainj. JEFFERY T. WEHMAN - Special Events Committee 3. GARY E. WESTERMAN ALFRED D. WESTMAN - Special Event Committee I. 2. 3: Pro ram Council 31 Economics Club 3, 4: gl-IIMES staff 2: German Club 2, English Club 2, 3, Honors Symposium. ROBE T C. WHEELING. JR. - Track l, 2: Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4: Government and Law Society 3. 4: Psychology Club 3. 4. LAUREN G. WICKLINE JOHN T. WILCOX 4 Student Senate 4, Government and Law Society 3, 4, Psychology Club 4, Spanish'Club 2: CSF I. 2, 3, Genevans I. 2: Pre-Medical Society I, 2. CHARLES E. WILDES - Accounting Club l. 2, 3. 4. SHERYL A. WILDING DALE P. WILLIAMS - Chemistry Club I. 2. 3, 4 fTres.J: Rifle 2. 3 fCaptainl. 4 tCaptainJ: Chess Club 4. ANNETTE L. WILSON - CSF 2, 4: Chemistry Club 3. 4. CHARLES L. WISE - CSF I. TERRY L. WOGAN JOYCE A. WOLFORD - P.S.E.A. 4. GREGORY N. WOOD - Dorm Council 4: GENEVAN staff 4, Intramurals 4. THOMAS WOODS WARREN T. WOODWARD JOHN J. WOOLEY - Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4, En lish Club I, 2. 3, 4 lPres.J. MICHAEL R. WOOLEY A Government and Law Society 3. 4. ELEANOR RIGHT BRUCE W. YARNICK - Intramurals 2, 3, 4. THOMAS R. YASICK THOMAS P. YODER - Genevans I, 2, 3. 4, Chemistry Club I. 2, 3. 4, Math Club I, 2. 3. 4. CHARLES M. YOUNG - Economics Club I, 2. 3. 4g Golf 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4, Debate Society 2, 3. 4. PHILIP J. ZALUSKA - Chemistry Club l. 2. 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. PASQUALE A. ZAVOLTA CATHY L. ZELL J. BARRY ZORKO If any January, June, or August graduate did not submit his senior picture for the yearbook by March 15, that picture did not appear in the 1969 GENEVAN. His name, however, has been listed in the Senior Directory. 1969 J anuary, June, and August graduates of whom there is no picture record. Allen G. Adams Claire Allshouse Michael S. Antonis Charles A. Artzberger Bruce Badger Donald R. Baker Samuel Barry Robert R. Beach George V. Bedison, Jr. James V. Bellavia Robert C. Brashears Beth Ann Brown Janice F. Brown William L. Buck Dorothy Burkhart Edward J. Cable James P. Campbell, Jr. Kirby J. Campbell George R. Clark D. Marian Cochran David R. Cunningham Donna DiBenedetto Paul M. Dyiwal Robert S. Edwards J. Howard Figley John E. Fink John J. Foust, Jr. Donald J. Fracul Matthew L. GiolTre Janet M. Haklo J. Richard Hanna Robert L. Hawk M. Jane Hendrickson Rodney D. Hess Madaline E. Hopkins Barton W. Howe III James L. Hughes Janet L. Hughes Edwin J. Hunter Frederick R. Hunter Carol Hutchinson Grace A. James Jack S. J aycox William A. Jones Francis M. Kajder Edward D. Kaufman Zona M. Kirkpatrick Ronald J. Kratsas Magdalenia B. Kyc Frank P. Lalama Helen A. Lang Jack L. Lash Elke H. Magnotta Gretchen A. Mankedick Margaret R. Marshall Janice E. Martin Esther B. Mateer John T. Matsik Rodney J. Milanovich Joseph A. Morabito Margaret B. Morgan Ernest F. Moses, Jr. Mary L. McKallip Barbara Nicholas Richard A. Paar Howard H. Pearce John R. Pizzella Charles Ranshaw 221 Cheryl A. Reed Robert B. Ridley Herbert L. Rogers Kathleen L. Sadler Karen A. Sanders John Sapp Karl A. Schilajew Frederick K. Sebastian Nina R. Sheets Donald E. Sheffield Robert F. Shively R. Bruce Smith Kenneth D. Snyder, Jr. Margaret P. Spooner Mary Lou Sterrett Charles Stump Frank J. Summers Edward H. Teets Geraldine F. Thompson Jack K. Unangst, Jr. Donn M. Villella Constantine J. Vitsas Mary Waight Christian H. Walmer II Gary Westerman Lauren G. 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