Gettysburg College - Spectrum Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)
- Class of 1947
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Ralph E. Waller, Jr., '4l John F. Sylzes, '43 James H. Mcllhenny, '33 Howard A. Hall, '39
A, L. Collins, '42 Daniel V, Emanuel, '44 Lafrohe M. Barnifz, '35 Richard M, Holland, '39
Charles J. Fife, '42 Richard M. Marsh, '44 Jay S. Canouse, '35 Harry O'Neill, '39
Roberf Love, '42 Ray S, Musselman, '44 Roberf F. McClure, '35 James W. Schwariz, '39
John A. Madden, Jr., '42 Michael Baden, '45 John R. Walker, '35 Gersl G. Buyer, '40
Charles E. Meyers, '42 John S. Baer, '45 Burlon A. Hall, '36 Theodore R. Engleharl, '40
W, M. Ralsfon, '42 Edward C. Billy, '45 Melvin E. Granl, '37 Roberi T. Raby, '40
Waller F. Simon, '42 Philip R. Bowman, '45 John Jeavons, '37 James A, Thompson, '40
Leon Todd, Jr., '42 Edward Reynolds, '45 Richard N. Long, '37 Harold Trenchard, '40
William A. Florsheim, '43 Joseph A. Borelli, '46 William K. Bine, '38 Ross G. Mencher, Jr., '4I
Edward B, Maddoclc, '43 Charles G, Hess, '46 Frederich M. Fair, '38 Charles R. Relph, '4l
Richard T. McCari'y, '43 George S. Benh, '03 John W. Gilberl, '38 Allen D. Smiih, '4I
Ralph L. Sfehley, '43 Erich Saul, Jr., '29 Roberf E, Crede, '39 Herberf A. Ehrman, '45
Charles T. Beaver, '44
Her four long years of slrife and pain, rhe genlle hand of
of peace once more resrs upon 1-he shoulders of our armed forces around rhe world.
Every available ship and plane has sped rroops baclc home ro receive +he sincere plaudiis
of a grareful land.
Lesi' We Forgef, however, +he 'rrue srory of vicrory is fold by leHering on +he long
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symbols of rhousands of brave men who forfeired 'rheir mosr precious possession in +he
name of liber+y and peace.
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WILBUR E. TILBERG, Ph.D. DOROTHY G. LEE, A.M.
Dean of MEN Dean of Women
MILDRED H. HARTZELL
Secreiary fo the Dean
Regisirar Wolfe wiih his
Secrefary, Mrs. Bender
JOHN N. KNICKERBOCKER, A.M.
cz. PAUL cEssNA, A.B., AM.
CHARLES H. HUBER, A.M., Li'rl.D. V,
CHARLES R. WOLFE, A.M. ROBERT B. RAU
Regislrar and Dean of Admissions Assisfanl lo fhe Presidenf
Direcfor Emerilus of Women's Division
CLYDE B, STOVER, A.lvi.. Sc.D.
KARL J. 6-RIMM, Pln.D., LL.D.
Professor Emeritus of German
H. VALENTINE, A.M., D.D.
Professor Emeriius of English Bible
CHARLES F. SAUNDERS, A.M., D.D.
Professor Emerilus of Philosophy
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RICHARD A. ARMS
Alumni Professor of Mathematics and Director of Drarnatics
A.B., Ursinus College: Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
FRANK H. KRAMER
Professor of Education
A.B., Gettysburg Collegeg A.M., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
THOMAS L. CLINE
Graeff Professor of English
A.B., Roanoke College: A.M., Princeton University:
Ph.D., University of Virginia
RASMUS S. SABY
Professor of Economics and Political Science D
A.B., A.M., University of Minnesotag Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
JOHN B. ZINN
Ockershausen Professor of Chemistry
B.S., Gettysburg Collegeg Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Adeline Sager Professor of History
A.B., Gettysburg College: AM., Syracuse Universityg Ph.D., University ot Pennsylvania
CLAYTON E, BILHEIMER
Professor of Physical Education
M.E., Lehigh Universityg M.A., Columbia University
WILLIAM C. WALTEMEYER
Amanda Rupert Strong Professor of English Bible
A.B., Gettysburg Collegeg B.D., Lutheran theological Seminary, Gettysburg
A.M., Ph.D., American University
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Professor of Romance La .guages
Ph.D., Universiiy of Zurich and Columbia Universify
JOHN G. GLENN
Pearson Professor of Lafin
A.B., A.M., Wesleyan Universilyg Ph.D, Princelon Universiiy
GEORGE R. MILLER
Sahm Professor of Physics
B.S., M.S., Geifysburg College: Ph.D., Universily of Michigan
Dr, Charles H. Graff Profesmr of Biology
A.B., Hendrix College: A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University
WILLIAM K. SUNDERMEYER
Professor of German
Ph.D,, Universify of Goeifingen
NORMAN E. RICHARDSON, JR.
Professor of Philosophy
A.B., Amhersi' College: B.D., Ph.D., Yale Universily
W. FREDERICK SHAFFER
Franklin Professor of Geek
A.B., A.M., Ph.D.. Princeion Universify
MAJOR JOHN C, HOLLINGER, INF., RES., U.S.A.
Professor of Mililary Science and TL clics
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Assisianl Proiessor of Philosophy
Ph.D,, Universify of Leipsiq
PARKER B. WAGNILD
Associaie Professor of English Bible and College Chaplain
Olaf Collegeg M.S.M., Union Theological Seminary, B. D., Lufheran Theological
FRANCIS C. MASON
Associafe Professor of English
A.B., A.M., University of Virginiag A.M., Harvard Universifyg Ph.D.,
Universify of Virginia
MYRON L. SIMPSON
Assisianl Professor of Biology
A.B., American Universifyg Sc.D., Johns Hopkins Universiiy
GEORGE R. LARKIN
Associaie Professor of Economics
A.B., A.M., Wesleyan Universily
G. SAYLOR WARTH EN
Associaie Professor of English
A.B., A.M., Universily oi Virginiag A.M., Harvard Universiiy
HERBERT C-3. HAMME
Assislanl Professor of Romance Languages
A.B., Dickinson Collegeg A.M., Geifysburq College
WILLIAM D. HARTSHORNE, JR,
Assisianl' Professor of Romance Languages
A B , A.M., Haverford College: Diplome de Profrsseur de francais a I'efranger,
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LESTER O. JOHNSON
Assistant Professor of Education
A.E.. St Olaf Collegeg A.M, University ot Minnesota
HENRY T. BREAM
Assistant Professor of Phys.m.al Education
B.S., Gettysburg Collegeg A.M., Columbia University
Assistant Professor of History
A.B., A.M., University of Michigan
EARL E. ZIEGLER
Assistant Professor of Mvhematics
B.S., M.S., Gettysburg Colleqe
KLAUS H. SCHAEFFER
Instructor in German
A.B., Oberlin College: B.D., Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg
MRS, MARGARET B. ZARFOS
Director of Physical Education for Women and Instructor in Hygiene
B.S., Temple University
MXSGT. RAYMOND STROHM 5
Assistant Instructor in Military Science
Instructor in English
B.S., Gettysburg College
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MRS. HENRY W. A. HANSON
Every year we are welcomed io 1'he
campus by our gracious firsi' lacly, Mrs.
Henry W. A. Hanson, fhe wife of +he
presiden+ of Gefrysburg College. Her
warm sinceriry and friendly spirii' are
ever presenr making srudenrs feel very
much ar home and af ease. Whenever
we see +he Whire House brighfly shin-
ing, if showers our i+s welcome and as-
surance, and ii' reminds us of our loyal
campus hosress. College funcfions are
never comple+e wifhoul' Mrs. Hanson's
charming presence. Hers has been an
airirude which was willing ro cheer in
hours of cliscouragemenr, ro quicken 'rhe
finer aspirafions of fhe sfudenfs, and fo
help fhem a+ all limes in appropria'I'ing
+he finer 'rhings of life.
MRS. WILLIAM BOYSON MRS. LOLA POOLE
Eighl' of our loyal housemo+hers who have
served as heads of fhe coecls' living homes
are making 'I'heir las'r appearance on campus
fhis year. Now +ha+ fhe girls will be refurn-
ing +o Huber and Sievens Hall in Seplember,
having spen+ 'rhree years in several of ihe
frafernify houses, +l1ese G-Burg morhers will
relinquish 'rheir duiies. The housemofher a+
fhe Delia Gamma House is Mrs. William Boy-
son: ai' ihe Phi Mu House is Mrs. Lola Poole:
Mrs. Beriha Dean is ai' fhe Chi Omega House:
Mrs. Cornelia EhrgoH' is in charge of 'rhe girls
in Sfeven Hall: Mrs. Lore'Ha Deairick is in
charge of +he Chi Alpha Sigma House: Mrs.
Pearl Sadler supervises 'rhe Huber Hall coecls:
Miss Winifrecl Campbell is housemolher a'I'
Aughinloaugh Hall: while Miss Ruih E. Koser
is wirh 'rhe girls in Lincoln Hall. Mrs. Mabel
Phelps has supervised fhe campus dining hall
for +he pas? iwo years.
MRS. MABEL PHELPS
MISS RUTH KOSER
MISS WINIFRED CAMPBELL
MRS, BERTHA DEAN MRS. CORNELIA EHRGOTT MRS. LORETTA DEATICK MRS PEARL SADLER
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Blessing and honor, and glory and power
Wisdom and riches, and sfrengih evermore
Give ye 'ro Him who our ba'Hle haih won.
Whose are fhe kingdom, 'fhe crown and +he 'l'hrone.
Dwellelh 'I'he lighl' of ihe glory wilh Him.
Ligl-I+ of l'he glory fhaf cannoi' grow dim.
Ligh+ in ifs silence and beauiy and calm
Lighi' in i'I's gladness and brighfness ancl balm.
Ever ascendefh 'rhe song and The ioy,
Ever ascende'l'h 'lhe love from on high,
Blessing and honor, and glory and praise.
This is 'rhe 'rheme of +he hymns thai' we raise.
Life of all life, and +rue ligh+ of all lighl,
S+ar of +he dawning, unchangingly brighi,
Sing we 'Phe song of fhe Lamb +ha+ was slain,
Dying in weakness, bui' rising +o reign.
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SE ISR CLASS
HAROLD ANDERSON MARY APPLEBY RUSSELL AUNGST JOHN AURAND
Plalonic, no doubl.
I HAROLD EUGEHE ANDERSON, "Andy", Woodhaven, New
York, Tau Kappa Epsilon, SCA ll, 2, 3, 41, Gelyslaurqian U1,
lnferfralernify Council l2, 3, 41, Treasurer of lnlerfrafernily Coun-
cil K41, Assisfanf Manager of Baskelball ll, 21, Junior Manager for
Basketball l31, Manager of Basketball I41, Stage Manager ll, 2,
O MARY ELIZABETH APPLEBY, "App", Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
Chi Omega, SCA l2, 3, 41, Pi Lambda Sigma l3, 41, Geflys-
burgian 12, 3, 41, May Courf l21, A Cappella Choir l31, Vesper
Choir CZ, 31, Mercury l21.
O RUSELL AUNGST, "Russ", Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, Tau Kappa
Epsilon, U. S. Army Air Forces' Varsiiy Baseball Team ll, 21,
Varsity Baslrelball Team U1.
O JOHN MICHAEL AURAND, "Aiax", Wheeling, Wes? Virginia,
Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA ll, 2, 3, 41, Sages l41, Efa Sigma Phi
IZ, 3, 41, Geflysburgian ll, 2, 3, 41: Associafe News Edifor of
Gellysburgi-an ll, 2, 3, 41, Sfaff of l945 G-Book.
O PAULINE EDITH AVERY, "Polly", Winfhrop, Massachuseifs,
SCA l2, 3, 41, Geffysburgian l2, 31, Bela Beia Befa I3, 41, Slu-
denf Council l31, WAA Board l2, 31, Transfer from Vermonf Junior
O FRANCES MARIE BANTLEY, "Frannie", Johnsfown, Pennsylvania,
Della Gamma, SCA ll, 2, 3, 41, SCA Cabinet l31, Bela Bela
Bela l3, 41 President of Bela Bela Beia 141, Delia Phi Alpha
l2, 3, 41, Co-Edifor of Ari Sfaff of l946 SPECTRUM, A Cappe'la
Choir l2, 3, 41, Vesper Choir ll, 2, 31, Skefch Club l31, WAA
Board l21, Vice-Presidenl of WAA Board l31, Presidenf of WAA
Board I41, Pan-Hellenic Council l31, Chairman of Dorm Dance
l21, WSSF Drive l41.
PAULINE AVERY FRANCES BANTLEY
MARILN BAUER ELSIE BEATTIE
O MARILYN ANNE BAUER, Baltimore, Maryland3 Phi Mug SCA
1l, 2, 3, 413 Assistant News Editor of Geltysburgian 1113 News Editor
of Gettysburgian 121: Managing Editor of Gettysburgian 1313 Fac-
ulty Editor of H46 SPECTRUM3 I947 SPECTRUM Staff3 Kappa
Delta Epsilon 1413 A Cappella Choir 12, 313 Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 313
Campus Senate 1313 Spanish Club 1313 Outstanding Junior3 Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities.
I ELSIE MARGARET BEATTIE3 Watertown, MdSSBCh'US6ilSj SCA
131: Beta Beta Beta 13, 413 Sketch Club 1313 Transfer from Vermont
Junior College, Vermont.
O HELEN MARIE BERNSTORF3 Teaneck, New Jersey3 Phi Mu3 SCA
1l, 2, 3, 413 Pi Lambda Sigma 13, 413 Gettysburgian 1l, 2, 3, 411
l946 SPECTRUM Staff3 Sketch Club 13, 413 Chess Club 1413 Dorm
Dance Committee 131.
O ROBERT MARIS BLACK, "Blackie"3 Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas3
Sigma Chi3 Campus Senate 1213 Vice-President of Campus Senate
1313 Gettysburgian 1l13 President of Sigma Chi 131.
O ELEANOR ANN BRENEMAN, "Bren"3 Saxton, Pennsylvania: Phi
Mug SCA 1I, 2, 3, 413 Kappa Delta Epsilon 13, 413 Vice-President of
Kappa Delta Epsilon 1413 Getlysburgian 13, 41: Modern Book Club
12, 313 President of Modern Book Club 141.
O MARGARET POMEROY BRERETON, "Peg", Chambersburg,
Pennsylvaniag SCA 13, 41: Beta Beta Beta 13, 413 Historian of Beta
Beta Beta 1413 Le Cercle Francais 1413 Transfer from Penn Hall, Pa.
Shook croons a la Sinatra
HELEN BERNSTORF ROBERT BLACK ELEANOR BRENEMAN MARGARET BRERETON
ROBERT BRENNER MARGARET BUOY MICHAEL DALTON JANICE DEARDORFF
Back to nature with Bantely.
O ROBERT BEECH BRENNER, "Bob"3 Wyomissing, Pennsylvania3
Phi Gamma DeIta3 Pi Lambda Sigma 121: Vice-President of Pi
Lambda Sigma 131, Gottysburgian 1l13 Mercury 121: Vice-President
of lnterfraternity Council 12, 313 Manager of Men's Debate Council
1213 Gavel Club 12, 3, 41- Band 1311 IFC Dance Committee Chair-
man 131: Men's Tribunal 13, 413 President of Phi Gamma Della
1313 President of lnterfraternity Council 141.
0 MARGARET KREITZER BUOY, "Margie"3 Milton, PennsyIvania3
Chi 'Omega3 SCA 11, 2, 3, 413 I946 SPECTRUM Staffg Gettys-
burgian 131, Modern Book Club 1313 Dean's Honor List 12, 413
Girls' Chorus 121.
O MICHAEL RICHARD DALTON, "Mike"3 Derby, Connecticutg Sig-
ma Chi- Campus Senate 1l13 Skeptical Chymists 12, 3, 413 Gavel
Club 12, 3, 413 President of Freshman Dormitory System 12, 31.
0 JANICE ROMAINE DEARDORFF, "Jan"3 Arendfsville, Pennsyl-
Vdhldj SCA 1l, 2, 313 Eta Sigma Phi 141.
O CONSTANCE DOUGLAS, "Connie"3 Sandy Hook, Connecticutg
Phi Mu3 SCA 11, 2, 3 413 Sages 12, 31: Secretary of Sages 1413
Geltysburgian 13, 413 i945 SPECTRUM Staff3 Modern Book Club
2, 313 Secretary of Modern Book Club 141.
I NORMA DE GHETTO, "De GHET"3 Clifton, New Jerseyg Phi
Mu3 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41Q Pi Lambda Sigma 13, 413 Gettysburgian
12, 3, 413 Modern Book Club 1313 "Royal Family" 1313 Varsity
Hockey Team 13, 413 Varsity Basketball Team 13, 41.
CONSTANCE DOUGLAS NORMA DE GHETTO
PATRICIA DREW LAURA DUTTENHOFFER
O PATRICIA HOWITT DREW, "Patty"5 West Roxbury, Massachu-
setts5 Chi 'Omega5 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 415 Sages 1315 President of
Sages 1415 May Court 1I, 215 A Cappella Choir 1l, 2, 3, 415 Vesper
Choir 1l, 2, 3, 415 Lead in "Blith'e Spirit" 1415 Sketch Club 12, 315
Modern Book Club 1215 Dorm Dance Committee 131.
O LAURA ANNE DUTTENHOFFER5 Flushing, New York.
I RHODA ELISE ESRIG5 "Rho"5 New York, New York5 Chi Alpha
Sigmag SCA 1l, 2 315 Le Cercle Francais 121
O RUSSELL EDWARD FINK, "Russ"5 Manchester, P'ennsylvania5 Phi
Sigma Kappa5 SCA 1I, 2, 315 Skeptical Chymists 12, 315 A Cappella
Choir 1I, 215 Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 315 Secretary of Men's Tribunal
1315 Varsity Soccer Team 1315 Men's Quartet 12, 31.
O MARIAN LOUISE FISH, "Pete"5 Mechanicsburq, Pennsylvania:
Chi Omega5 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 415 SCA Cabinet 12, 3, 415 Secretary of
SCA 1215 Eta Sigma Phi 12, 3, 415 Delta Phi Alpha 1415 Muhlen-
berq Freshman Prize5 Student Council 1215 Vice-President of Stu-
dent Council 1315 A Cappella Choir 1l, 2, 3, 415 l946 SPECTRUM
Staff5 Secretary of Freshman Classg President of Sophomore Classy
Director of Vesper Choir 141. I
O GRACE CHARLOTTE FISHER5 Wesiernport, Maryland5 Chi
0mega5 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 415 Gettysburgian 1l, 2, 315 Mercury 1215
Kappa Delta Epsilon 13, 415 Sages 1415 Vesper Choir 12, 315 WAA
Board 12, 315 Modern Book Club 1l, 2, 3, 41.
Home for Ireeps
RHODA ESRIG RUSSELL FINK MARIAN FISH GRACE FISHER
WILLIAM GLENN DORIS GLENN CHARLES GLATFELTER ALBERT GRANT
0 WILLIAM EUGENE GLENN, "Bill"5 Hanover, Pennsylvania: Phi
Gamma Delta: SCA 13, 415 Beta Beta Beta 1415 Campus Senate
12, 315 President of Campus Senate 1415 A Cappella Choir 12, 3, 415
Dramatics 1l15 i946 SPECTRUM Staff: Gavel Club 13, 415 Band 131'
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
O DORIS COLLIER GLENN: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Phi Mu:
Beta Beta Beta 12, 3, 41: President of Beta Beta Beta 1315 Skepti-
cal Chymists 13, 415 Delta Phi Alpha 1415 Assistant News Editor
of Gettysburgian 1315 Association Editor of Gettysburgian 1415 Girls'
Sports Editor of 1946 SPECTRUM: Editor-in-Chief of l946 G-Book:
Secretary of Modern Book Club 121: Outstanding Junior: Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities: President of Phi
O CHARLES HENRY GLATFELTER, "Charlie": Glen Rock, Pennsyl-
lania: Phi Alpha Theta 13, 415 President of Phi Alpha Theta 1415
Dean's Honor List 1l, 2, 31.
I ALBERTI' JACK GRANT, "AI"5 New York, New York: U, S. Army
lntelligence5 Delta Phi Alpha 1415 Men's Tribunal 141.
O HENRY GEORGE HANAWALT: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Phi
Kappa Psi: U. S. Army Air Force: SCA 12, 31: Pi Lambda Sigma
13, 415 Pi Delta Epsilon 131: Tau Kappa Alpha 13, 415 Men's De-
bate Team 1I, 2, 3, 41' President of Phi Kappa Psi 1315 Gettys-
burqian 1l, 21: l94l SPECTRUM Staff: Editor-in-Chief of I942
SPECTRUM: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities."
O LYMAN E. HAWBAKER: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: U. S. Army
Air Force: Phi Sigma Iota 141: Eta Sigma Phi 141: Men's Debate
HENRY HANAWALT LYMAN HAWBAKER
ROBERT HENDERSON ROBERT HERR
O ROBERT HENRY HENDERSON, "Bob"g Johnsfown, Pennsylvania,
Phi Della Thela, U, S. Army Engineer Corpsg SCA 1413 Geflys-
0 ROBERT ROGERS HERR, "Rog"g Altoona, Pennsylvania, Phi
Gamma Della: U. S. Army lnfanfryg Inlerfralernily Council 141,
Men's Tribunal 13, 413 Assislanl Business Manager of I947 SPEC-
l'RUMg Varsily Baskefball Team 13, 41, Afhlelic Council 141.
0 ROBERT ELDON HOOK, "Bob", Cumberland, Marylandg Alpha
Tau Omega: SCA 13, 41: Sages 1411 Pre-Minislerial Association
13, 41, lnlerfralernily Council 131, Dean's Honor List 131, Transfer
from Johns Hopkins Universify.
0 KENNETH EUGENE HOUTZ, "Kenny"g Oberlin, Pennsylvania,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 413 Ela Sigma Phi 141g Geffys-
burgian 12, 3, 415 Dean's Honor Lisl 1l1g Pre-Minisferial Associalion
1l, 2, 3, 415 Campus Senare 141, "The Royal Family" 131,
O ELLEN LOUISE KAMMERER, Baltimore, Marylandg Phi Mug
SCA 12, 3, 415 Kappa Delta Epsilon 141, Geflysburgian 12, 3, 413
Women's Debale Team 141, l'746 SPECTRUM Slaffg Modern Book
Club 12, 31, Skelch Club 131, Spanish Club 131.
O FLOYD RADLE KEENER: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U. S. Army
Air Forceg SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, Sages 12, 315 Treasurer of Sugcs 141,
Campus Senafe 13, 41, Pre-Minisferial Associalion 1l, 2, 3, 41,
Faculfy Edifor of l947 SPECTRUM.
The Fronlier Five
ROBERT HOOK KENNETH HOUTZ ELLEN KAMMERER FLOYD KEENER
ESTHER KENYON KATHRYN KIELY FRANK KLOS, JR. ELMO K'OCH
You loolr familiar.
O ESTHER HALL KENYON, "Es": Teaneck, New Jersey: Delta
Gamma: SCA 1l 2, 3, 41: Delta Phi Alpha 12, 3, 41: Treasurer
of Delta Phi Alpha 131' Kappa Delta Epsilon 13: 41: President of
Kappa Delta Epsilon 141: Phi Alpha Theta 13, 41: Secretary of Phi
Alpha Theta 141: Assistant News Editor of Gettysburgian 121: Man-
aging Editor of Gettysburgian 131: Editor-in-Chief of Gettys-
burgian 141: l943 SPECTRUM Staff: Associate Editor of I946 SPEC-
TRUM: Dean's Honor List 131: Delta Gamma Alumnae Association
Award 131: Outstanding Junior: Who's Who in American Colleges
0 KATHRYN MARY KIELY, "Kathy": Westboro, Massachusetts: Chi
Omega: SCA 13, 41: Gettysburgian 12, 31: Literary Editor of
Gettysburgian 131: Managing Editor of Gettysburgian 141: Mercury
121: Associate Editor of I946 SPECTRUM: Properties Manager 13, 41,
O FRANK WILLIAM KLOS, JR., "Fumf": Wheeling, West Vir-
ginia: Phi Sigma Kappa: U. S, Army Tank Destroyers: SCA 1l, 31:
Gettysburgian 1l, 31: Assistant News Editor of Gettysburgian 1l1:
Sports Editor of Gettysburgian 131: I944 SPECTRUM Staff: Editor-in-
Chief of I947 SPECTRUM: Sages 131: Gavel Club 131: Pre-Minlster-
ial Association 1l, 31: Vesper Choir 1l 31: Track 1l, 21: Outstand-
iiig Jul-Ear: Michigan State College 121: President of Phi Sigma
0 ELMO LUTZE KOCH, "Kochie": Lansdale, Pennsylvania: SCA
1l, 2, 3, 41- Delta Phi Alpha 13, 41: Vice-President of Delta Phi
Alpha 141: Kaipa Delta Epsilon 141: Skeptical Chymists 12, 3, 41:
Secretary of S eptical Chymisis 131: Gettysburgian 12, 3, 41: Class
Honors 1l, 2, 31: Baum Mathematical Prize 121: Campus Senate 131:
Secretary of Campus Senate 131: Dormitory Counselor 131: Vice-
President of Senior Class.
O ROBERT BARR LOGAN, "Bob": Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania:
Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA Cabinet 12, 31: lnterfraternity Council 121:
Sages 13, 41: Gavel Club 13, 41: A Cappella Choir 1l, 2, 31: Vesper
Choir 1I, 2, 31: President of Phi Sigma Kappa 131: Track 12, 31.
0 MARGARET ANN LOHR, "Peggy": Johnstown, Pennsylvania:
SCA Cabinet 13, 41: Kappa Delta Epsilon 13, 41: Delta Phi Alpha
141: Dorm Counselor 13, 41: Vesper Choir 13, 41.
ROBERT LOGAN MARGARET LOHR
PATRICIA MALONE MARY MARIKLE
I PATRICIA MAIJONE, "Pat"3 Manhasset, New York3 Chi Om'ega3
SCA 12, 3, 413 Pi Lambda Sigma 12, 3, 413 Treasurer of Pi Lambda
Sigma 1313 Secretary of Pi Lambda Sigma 1413 Circulation Mana-
ger of Gettysburgian 13, 413 Mercury 1I13 Editor-in-Chief of I946
SPECTRUM: A Cappella Choir 12, 313 Vesper Choir 12, 3, 413 Chair-
man of General Welfare Sub-Committee 1413 Women's Tribunal
12, 313 May Court 1213 Class Beauty 131: IFC Dance Committee
1213 President of Pan-Hellenic Council 1413 Outstanding Junior3
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
O MARY KATHRYN MARKLE, "Kay"3 Gettysburg, Pennsylvania3
Phi Mu3 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 413 "Gettysburgian" 1I, 2, 31: Vesper Choir
12, 313 Christmas Dance Committee 1l13 Modern Book Club 13, 41.
O MARIE THERESE THIERRY MARSH3 Huntington, New York3
SCA 12, 3, 413 Phi Sigma Iota 1313 Secretary-Treasurer of Phi Sigma
Iota Francais 1413 Le Cercle Francais 131: Vice-President of Le
Cercle Francais 1413 Spanish Club 141.
O MURIEL HETHERINGTON MARTIN, I'MBfiY'I: Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania3 Chi Omega3 SCA 1I, 2, 313 SCA Cabinet 1413 Kappa
Delta Epsilon 141: President of Chi Omega 1413 Gettysburgian
1l, 2, 3, 413 Mercury 1213 Class Editor of l?46 SPECTRUM3 V'esper
Choir 12, 313 Girls' Chorus 1313 May Court 131.
O RUTH MILLER, "Rufhums"3 Brooklyn, New York3 Phi Mu3 SCA
1I, 2, 3, 413 Sages 1413 Gettysburgian 1I, 2, 3, 413 Secretary-
Treasurer of Junio: Class3 Student Council 121: WAA Board 1313
Sketch Club 1313 Modern Book Club 12, 3, 41: Organizations Editor
of I946 SPECTRUM3 Le Cercle Francais 1311 Dorm Dance Com-
mittee 1l, 2, 3, 413 Graduation Chairman.
0 NINA ANNETTE MIZELL3 Kensington, Maryland: Chi Om'ega3
SCA Cabinet 13, 413 Student Council 1413 WAA Board 1413 Varsity
Hockey Team 13, 41: Sages 1313 Vice-President of Sages 141.
Beauty on the bum
MARIE MARSH MURIEL MARTIN RUTH MILLER NINA MIZELL
ROBERT NALE CLARENCE NEAL, JR. .JOY NELSON DOROTHA PALMER
"Yer Foclcler's Muslache7"
O ROBERT EDWARD NALE, "Bob", Alfoona, Pennsylvania, Alpha
Tau Omega, Sages 141, Pre.-Minisferial Associafion 141, Men's Tri-
bunal 141, Chess Club 141, Transfer from Penn Slale Universily, Pa.
O CLARENCE ARTHUR NEAL, JR., "Arr", Chambersburg, Pennsyl-
vania, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, SCA Cabinel 141,
Gellysburgian 1l1, l946 SPECTRUM Staff, Pre-Minisferial Associa-
'rion 1l, 2, 3, 41, Secretary-Treasurer of Pre-Minislerial Associalion
141, Varsily Baskelball Team 131, Men's Tribunal 131.
0 JOY ANINE NELSON, "Joyous", Brookline, Upper Darby, Penn-
sylvania, Della Gamma, SCA Cabinet 12, 3, 41, Bela Bela Bela
13, 41, Secrelary of Bela Bela Befa 141, Secretary-Treasurer of Tau
Kappa Alpha 141, Della Phi Alpha 141, Sages 141, Skeptical
Chymisls 1l, 2, 3, 41, Gellysburgian 12, 31, l946 SPECTRUM
Sfaff, Assislanl Ari' Edifor of I947 SPECTRUM, Manager of Women's
Debale Team 141, A Cappella Choir 12, 31, Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 3,
41, Skelch Club 13, 41, "Blifhe Spirir", Oulslanding Junior, Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universilies.
O DOROTHA IRENE PALMER, "Dol", Hagerstown, Maryland,
Della Gamma, SCA 121, Women's Debale Team 121, Transfer from
Lenoir Rhyne College, Norlh Carolina.
O EDWARD KERSTEN PERRY, "Ed", Cresskill, New Jersey, Kappa
Della Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha 12, 3, 41, President of Tau Kappa
Alpha 13, 41, Della Phi Alpha 12, 3, 41, Treasurer nf Delfa Phi
Alpha 13, 41, Ela Sigma Phi 12, 3, 41, Presidenl of Kappa Della
Rho 13, 41, Men's Debale Team 1l, 2, 3, 41, Caplain of Men's
Debale Team 13, 41, Adverlising Manager of Gellysburgian 121,
Pre-Minislerial Association 12, 3, 41, President of Pre-Ministerial
Associalion 13, 41, lnlerfrafernily Council 12, 31, Vice-Presidenl of
lnlerfragernify Council 131, Dean's Honor Lisl 12, 31, Varsily Soccer
0 JACK WILLIS RAY, "Jake", Getlysburg, Pennsylvania, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, U. S. Naval Air Force, Varsify Foolball Team
1l, 2, 31, Wreslling 1l, 2, 31, Track 1l, 2, 31.
EDWARD PERRY K JACK R-AY
JAMES RENNINGER EUGENE RIES
I JAMES HENRY RENNINGER, "Jim"3 Chambersburg, Pennsyl-
vania3 Tau Kappa Epsilon.
I EUGENE DONALD RIES3 Baltimore, Maryland3 Kappa Delta
Rhog SCA 13, 413 Sages 141: Chess Club 1413 Varsity Soccer Team
1413 Varsity Baseball Team 1313 Varsity Basketball Team 131.
I ELIZABETH KROEGER ROBINSON, "Betsy"3 Lancaster, Penn-
sylvaniag Phi Mu3 SCA 1l, 2, 3, 413 Pi Lambda Sigma 12, 3, 411
Secretary of Pi Lambda Sigma 131: Treasurer of Pi Lambda Sigma
141: Gettysburgian 1I, 2, 3, 413 Business Manager of I946 SPEC.
TRUM3 Modern Book Club 13, 413 Finance Committee of S'enior
O MARY AGNES SASSAMAN, "Mur"3 Williamsport, PennsyIvania3
Delta Gammag SCA 1l, 2, 3, 413 SCA Cabinet 131: Sages 12, 3, 413
President of Delta Gamma 1413 Student-Faculty Committee 141:
Student Council 1413 Pan-Hellenic Council 141: A Cappella Choir
1I, 2, 41: Secretary of Junior Class.
O PHYLLIS KELLER SCHWARTZ, "Shorty"3 Gettysburg, Pennsyl-
vania3 Chi Omega3 SCA 1I13 Secretary of SCA 1211 Treasurer ot
SCA 131: SCA Cabinet 13, 411 A Cappella Choir 1l, 2, 3, 413 Vesper
Choir 1I, 2, 313 Spanish Club 141.
I KENNETH CHARLES SENFT, "Kenny"3 Codorus, Pennsylvania3
Sigma Chig SCA 1I, 2, 3, 413 SCA Cabinet 1313 Eta Sigma Phi 1313
Treasurer of Eta Sigma Phi 141: Delta Phi Alpha 13, 413 Sages 141:
Pre-Ministerial Association 1I, 2, 3, 413 Secretary-Treasurer of
Pre-Ministerial Association 1313 Business Staff of I946 G-Book3 Ad-
vertising Manager of l94b SPECTRUM3 Varsity Basketball Team 1313
Varsity Soccer Team 141- Chairman of National War Fund and
WSSF Drives 1413 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
Don't yank! He may need that
ELIZABETH ROBINSON MARY SASSAMAN PHYLLIS ,SCHWARTZ KENNETH SENFT
GEORGE SHEPHERD HOWARD SHOEMAKER RICHARD SHOOK MARY SIEBER
Pedal Pushers Paradise Park
O GEORGE EDWARD SI-'IEPHER-D, "Shep"3 Glassboro, New Jer-
SEYI Phi Gamma Deltag SCA 1l, 2, 3, 413 SCA Cabinet 12, 311
Skeptical Chymists 1I, 2, 3, 413 President of Campus Senate 1413
Vice-President of Freshman Class3 Treasurer of Senior Class3 Dorm
Proctor 12, 3, 413 Student-Faculty Committee 1413 Band 1313 IFC
Dance Committee 1213 Varsity Basketball Team 1l, 2, 3, 413 Varsity
Baseball Team 12, 3, 413 Outstanding Junior 131.
O HOWARD G. SHOEMAKER, HSIIOEYH: Sowderton, Pennsylvania3
Phi Delta Theta3 U. S. Army Anti-Aircraft3 Varsity Basketball Team
1I, 2, 3, 413 Varsity Baseball Team 1l, 2, 31: Varsily Football
Team 1l, 2, 31.
O RICHARD GROVE SHOOK, "Dick"3 Glenside, Pennsylvaniag Phi
Sigma KEPPEQ U. S. Coast Guard3 SCA 12, 3, 413 SCA Cabinet
131: Treasurer of SCA 13, 413 Pi Lambda Sigma 12, 3, 413 Staff of
I946 G-Bookg Campus Senate 13, 413 A Cappella Choir 12, 3, 413
Treasurer of WSSF Drive 1413 Transfer from Temple University,
O MARY LOUISE SIEBER, "Mary Lou"3 York, Fennsylvania3 Phi
Mu3 SCA 1I, 2, 3, 413 Delta Phi Alpha 13, 41: Eta Sigma Phi 141:
Sages 1413 Geltysburgian 12, 313 I946 SPECTRUM Staft3 Modern
Book Club 13, 41: Dorm Dance Committee 121: WAA Board 131.
I DONALD CHARLES SINGER, "Don"3 Paradise, PennsyIvania3
Phi Delta Theta3 U. S, Army Infantry.
O WILLIAM HENRY SNYDER, "BilI"3 Jersey City, New JBYSEYQ Tau
Kappa Epsilon: SCA 12, 3, 41: Eta Sigma Phi 1413 Pre-Ministerial
Associaiion 12, 3, 41.
DONALD SINGER WILLIAM SNYDER
JOSEPH STALEY GRACE STERNER
O JOSEPH RICHARD STALEY, "Joe", Frederick, Maryland, Sigma
O GRACE LOUISE STERNER, "Gracie", Lineboro, Maryland, Chi
Alpha Sigma, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, Bela Bela Beia 12, 3, 41, Kappa
Della Epsilon 141, Skeplical Chymisls 141, Geilysburgian 12, 3, 41,
l945 SPECTRUM Sfaff, Sfaff of i946 G-Book, Class Honors 1l, 31,
Vesper Choir 121.
O HELEN IRENE STITT, Kiffaning, Pennsylvania, Chi Alpha Sigma,
SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, Beta Beia Befa 12, 3, 41, Gellysburgian 1l1,
Skepfical Chymisis 13, 41, WAA Board 141, Vesper Choir 12, 31,
Girls' Chorus 121.
0 ELEANOR MABEL STROEHMANN, "Ellie", Williamsport, Penn-
sylvania, Delta Gamma, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, Secretary oi Delta Phi
Alpha 12, 31, President of Della Phi Alpha 141, Kappa Delta Epsi-
lon 131, Secrefary-Treasurer of Kappa Delia Epsilon 141, Sfudeni
Council 131, Presidenf of Women's Student Council 141, Gellysburg-
ian 12, 31, I946 SPECTRUM Siaff, Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 3, 41, A
Cappella Choir, 12, 31, Secrelary of Senior Class, Dean's Honor Lisf
1l, 2, 31, Spanish Club 141.
I JOSEPH FRANK TOMS, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Sigma
Chi, U. S. Army Engineers, Men's Debafe Team 12, 3, 41, Tau
Kappa Alpha 141, Campus Senate 141, Dean's Honor List 12, 3, 41.
I HENRY LOUIS TOMSUDEN, Wesf Hempstead, New York,
Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, Pre-Minisierial Associalion
1l, 2, 3, 41, Sages 141, Presidenf of Lambda Chi Alpha 141, Gavel
Club 141, lnlerfralernify Council 141, A Cappella Choir 1l, 2, 3, 41,
Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 3, 41, "Bliihe Spirif" 141, Campus Senafe 141.
The Book Sfore "Jump
HELEN STlTT ELEANOR STROEHMANN JOSEPH TOMS HENRY TOMSUDEN
MARTHA TRUMPETER QUENTIN WEAVER CALBERT WELLIVER VIVIAN WICKEY
Prelude 'lo a clance
O MARTHA WIENKE TRUMPETER, "Marty", Lancaster, Pennsyl-
vania, Chi Omega, SCA 1l, Z, 3, 41, SCA Cabinet 141, Delta
Phi Alpha 12, 3, 41, Kappa Delta Epsilon 13, 41, Historian of
Kappa Delta Epsilon 141, Ela Sigma Phi 12, 3, 41, Treasurer of Eta
Sigma Phi 131, President of Eta Sigma Phi 141, Gettysburgian 121,
H46 SPECTRUM Staff, Historian of Senior Class, Hassner Latin
Pri1e 131, Modern Book Club 1l, 2, 3, 41, Vesper Choir 1l, 2, 31.
I QUENTIN CLIFFORD WEAVER, "Red", Harrisburg, Pennsyl-
vania, Phi Kappa Psi, U. S. Army Air Force, Skeptical Chymists
12, 3, 41, lnterfrafernity Council 141, Varsity Soccer Team 121,
Gavel Club 141, Wrestling 121.
O CALBERJ' EARL WELLIVER, "Cal", Hazleton, Pennsylvania, Phi
Delta Theta, U, S. Army Air Force, Varsity Basketball Team
1l, 2, 3, 41.
O VIVIAN DELORES WICKEY, "Viv", Washington, D. C., Delia
Gamma, SCA 1l, 2, 3, 41, SCA Cabinet 12, 315 President of SCA
141, Delta Phi Alpha 12, 3, 41, Outstanding Sophomore, Ouisfand-
ing Junior, Vice-President of Sophomore Class, President of Junior
Class, Vice-President of Senior Class, Who's Who in American Col-
leges and Universities.
0 ROBERT JACOB WOLFE, JR., "Hogan", Harrisburg, Pennsyl-
vania, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, U. S. Army Infantry, lnterfraternity
Council 141, Gavel Club 141, Chairman of Junior Prom 141.
O FRANK BILLMEYER WILLIAMS, JR., "Benny", Mechanicsburg,
Pennsylvania, Phi Kappa Psi, U. S. Navy.
FRANK WILLIAMS, JR. ROBERT WOLFE, JR.
HENRIETTA YINGLING ALICE ZIMMERMAN KENNETH ZIMMERMAN
0 HENRIETTA SUE YINGLING, "Hank", Silver Run, Maryland,
Phi Mu, SCA Il, 2, 3, 41, Vice-Presidenl of Modern Book Club I41.
0 ALICE ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania,
Chi Omega, SCA I3, 41, Pi Lambda Sigma 13, 41, Varsily Hockey
Team I31, i946 SPECTRUM Slaif, I947 SPECTRUM Slaff, Ivy Day
Commiflee I41, Transfer from Slafe Teachers College, Pennsylvania.
I KENNETH WEBER ZIMMERMAN, "Ken", Philadelphia, Phi
Gamma Delia, SCA Il, 2, 3, 41, SCA Cabinef I31, Della Phi
Alpha I3, 41, Sages I3, 41, Geffysburgian 121, Circulafion Mana-
ger of I946 SPECTRUM, Pre-Minisierial Associalion ll, 2, 3, 41,
President of Men's Tribunal l31, Dorm Proclor I31, Head Dorm
Prccfor I41, lnferfrafernily Council 121, A Cappella Choir ll, 2, 31,
Vesper Choir il, 2, 31, Band 13, 41, Oufslanding Junior I31, Vice-
Presidenf of Junior Class, Presideni of Senior Class, Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universiiies,
sENloRs WITHOUT PICTURES
I SAMUEL SLOANE FROEHLICH, JR., Camp Hill Pennsylvania,
Phi Kappa Psi, U. S. Army Air Force.
O HAROLD HERBERT HUMMEL, JR., Pine Grove, Pennsylvania,
Phi Kappa Rho, U. S. Army Infantry, Phi Alpha Thefa I41.
O JAMES JOSEPH MUNLEY, JR., Gellysburg, Pennsylvania, Sigma
Chi, U. S. Army lnfanfry, Who's Who in American Colleges and
Universilies, Transfer from Universify of Miami, Florida.
O JAMES RICHARD TRIMBLE, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Phi
Della Thelag U. S. Army lnfanfry,
O BETTE OUTWATER WIZELMAN, Geifysburg, Pennsylvania, SCA
Il, 2, 31, A Cappella Choir II1.
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0 JOHN WILLIAM AMATUCCI: Silver
Springs, Marylancl: Sigma Alpha Epsilon:
U. S. Army Air Force: Campus Senaie
I3I: Gavel Club
0 LILLIAN MARIA AVILA, "Pefunia":
York, Pennsylvania: SCA Il, 2, 31: Gel'-
+ysburgian Business Siaff II, 2, 31: Var-
siiy Hockey Team IZI: Varsiiy Baskeiball
0 ROBERT IRWIN BAYLINSON, "Red":
York, Pennsylvania: U. S. Army Infanfry.
O DONALD BRUCE BEAL, "Don":
Trenfon, New Jersey: Phi Delia Thefa:
SCA II, 2, 3I: SCA Cabinef IZI: Sages
431: Geffysburgian III: Assis'ran+ Cir-
culalion Manager of Geifysburgian I2,
3I: Business Manager of I946 G-Book:
Business Manager of I947 SPECTRUM:
Secreiary of Freshman Class: Treasurer
of Junior Class: Treasurer of Campus
Senaie I3l: Gavel Club III: Pre-Minis-
+eriaI Associafion Il, 2, 3l: Ouisianding
Junior: Sfudenf-Governmeni Sub-Com-
miH'ee I3I: Track
O ALBERT BERTRAM BEHARRY, "AI":
Briiish Guiana, S. A.: Phi Kappa Rho:
SCA Cabinet II, 23: Skepiical Chymisis
I2, 3I: Presicleni of Phi Kappa Rho I3l:
Dean's Honor Lisi' IZI: Varsiiy Soccer
0 ELEANOR JEAN BERKEBILE, "Berky":
Johnsiown, Pennsylvania: SCA Il, 2, 3I:
Varsify Swimming Team
No, Fred, she's pinned.
Here we are, girls.
0 JOHN GRGSS BERNHEISELI York.
Pennsylvania: Phi Kappa Rho: SCA Cab-
inef l3l: Pre-Minisierial Associafion l2,
3l: Efa Sigma Phi
O LUCILLE ANN BIRNBAUM, "l..ucy"l
New York Cify, New York: SCA l2, 31:
Dean's Honor Lisf l2l: Modern Book
Club l31: Chess Club l3l: Women's
Debaie Team l3l: Sages l3l: Trans-
fer from Mi. Sf. Vincenf College, New
0 THELMA IRENE BLAUSER, "Thel":
Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: SCA l2,
3l: Le Cercle Francais
I GERARD HENRY BORSTEL, "Jerry"I
Bellerose, New York: Lambda Chi Alpha:
Vice-Presidenr of SCA l3l: Assisfani
News Ediior of Geiiysburgian l2l: Lil'-
erary Edifor of Geffysburgian l3l:
I946 SPECTRUM Sfaff: Junior Varsify
Soccer Team lil: Oulsfanding Junior.
I HUBERT ALDINE BRANDENBURG,
"Hubie": Hagersiown, Maryland: Phi
Sigma Kappa: SCA ll,2,3l: SCA Cala-
inei' l3l: Phi Sigma loia l3l: Delia Phi
Alpha l3l: A Cappella Choir ll, Zi:
Vesper Choir ll, 2, 31: Dean's Honor
Lis? 111, 1946 SPECTRUM s+sff7 Pho-
'iography Ediior of I947 SPECTRUM:
Spanish Club f3l.
I MARY ELIZABETH BRUBAKER,
"Meb": Lancasfer, Pennsylvania: Chi
Omega: Cheerleader l2, 3l: Vesper
Choir l3l: Circulafion Sfaff of I'-747
SPECTRUM: Transfer from Wilson Col-
0 DOROTHY HEDWIG BUHNER, "Dol-
fie": Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Phi Mu:
SCA ll, 2, 3,l: Delia Phi Alpha l2, 3lI
Women's Tribunal l2l: Ediiorial Slaff of
I946 "G-Boolc": Business Sfaff of l94b
SPECTRUM: Gehlysburgian ll, 2, 3l.
0 BARBARA STOREY CHALFONT,
"Barb": Kennel? Square, Pennsylvania:
Chi Omega: SCA ll, 2, 3l: Bela Bela
Bela ll, 2, 3l: Vice-Presideni of Bela
Be+a Bela l3l: Vice-Presiclenl' of Fresh-
man Class: Geilysburgian l3l: Sfaff of
1946 G-Book: Sludenl Council l3l:
Women's Tribunal i3l: Campus Senaie
f2, 3l: Women's Debafe Team l3lg
Varsiiy Hockey Team l3l: Oufslanding
0 MARGARETTA M. CURRY, "Peggy":
Brookline, Pennsylvania: Della Gamma:
SCA lil: SCA Cabinel l2, 3l: Gelfys-
burgian ll, 2, 3l: I946 SPECTRUM
Siaff: Associafe Edilor of I947 SPEC-
TRUM: Treasurer of Sophomore Class:
Presidenl of Junior Class: Fralernily
Sub-Commiffee l3l: Ouisfancling Junior.
0 JOSEPH CARL CARUZZI, "Joe":
Camden, New Jersey: Phi Della Thela:
Circulalion Sfaff of I947 SPECTRUM.
O JEAN LOUISE DECKER, "Jeanie":
Millheim, Pennsylvania: SCA ll, 2, 3l:
Gellysburgian ll, 2, 3l: Kappa Delia
Epsilon l3l5 Women's Debafe Team
l2, 31: Modern Book Club l3l: Varsily
Hockey Team l2l: WSSF Drive l2l:
Nalional War Fund Drive l3l: WAA
0 CARL EUGENE EHRHART: Glenn-
ville, Pennsylvania: Phi Sigma Kappa:
SCA l I, 2, 31 Pre-Minisferial Associa-
'rion ll, 2, 3l: Vice-Presidenf of Pre-
Minisferial Associalion l3l: Varsily Soc-
cer Team l3l: Varsily Baseball Team
So round, so firm . . .
O LOIS VIRGINIA ENGLEHART: Mey-
ersdale, Pennsylvania: Chi Omega: SCA
ll, 2, 31: Geffysburgian II, 21: Business
Manager of Gefiyburgian 131: Assis'Ian'r
Adverfising Manager of I946 SPEC-
TRUM: A Cappella Choir II, 21: Vesper
Choir IZ, 31: Campus Senaie
O VIRGINIA ANN ESCI'lBACl'I,"Gini":
Milfon, Pennsylvania: Chi Omega: SCA
ll, 2, 31: Gefiysburgian I31: Girls
O GRACE ANN FRYBERGER, "Grace-
Iess": Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Chi
Omega: Ge+fysburgian II, 2, 31: Siu-
den+ Council I31: Secrefary-Treasurer of
Sfudenf Council l21: WAA Board IZ1:
Vice-Presiden+ of WAA I31: Afhlelic
Council Represenfaiive 131: I946 SPEC-
0 DOROTHY ANN GARIS, "Dol"'Z
Woodbridge, New Jersey: SCA IZ, 31:
Kappa Delfa Epsilon 131: WAA Board
I31: Modern Book Club I31: Transfer
'From Maryland College for Women.
0 KENNETH WILLIS GILMOUR, "Ken":
Brooklyn, New York: Tau Kappa Epsilon:
Inferfrafernify Council l31: Gavel Club
I31: Baslxefball Manager 121: Business
Slaff of I946 SPECTRUM.
0 ALFRED ROGER GOBBEL, "Rog":
Balfimore, Maryland: Phi Kappa Rho:
SCA II, 2, 31: SCA Cabinei IZ, 31:
E'ra Sigma Phi I31: Sages I31: Pre-
Minisferial Associa+ion ll, 2, 31: Vice-
Presidenf of Sophomore Class: Gavel
Club 121: Campus Senaie
0 LUTHER ALEXANDER GOTWALD.
JR., "Lu+e": Geifysburg, Pennsylvania:
Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA ll, 2, 31: Pre-
Minisierial Associalion il, 2, 31.
O BARBARA ANN GRAYBILL, "Barb":
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Delia Gamma:
SCA ll, 2, 31: Circulafion Sfafi of
I947 SPECTRUM: Campus Senafe i21:
Vesper Choir i21: Naiional War Fund
Drive l21: Women's Dorm Dance Com-
O BEVERLY GREENBERG, "Bev": Far
Rockaway, New York: Pi Lambda Sigma
l31: Assisfanl Aclveriising Manager of
I947 SPECTRUM: I946 SPECTRUM
Siaff: Chairman of Women's Dorm
Dance l21: Women's Tribunal
0 WILLIS LESLIE GUMM, "BiII": Piiis-
burgh, Pennsylvania: Sigma Chi: U. S.
0 BLANCHE EVANGELINE GUSS,
"Gussie": Sipesville, Pennsylvania: Chi
Alpha Sigma: SCA ll, 2, 31: Ge'H'ys--
burgian ll, 21: Assisfanf News Ediior of
Geffysburgian l31: I'-746 SPECTRUM
S+a'Ff: Class Honors ll1: Carver Laiin
Prize lI1: Efa Sigma Phi l2, 31: Secre-
iary of Efa Sigma Phi i31: Bela Bela
Beia l31: Presidenl' of Chi Alpha Sigma
l31: Naiional War Fund Drive i21:
WSSF Drive 131: Dean's Honor Lisf
il, 21: Campus Senaie i31: Le Cercle
O BETTY JANE HAAG, "Be'l's": Leba-
non, Pennsylvania: SCA ll, 2, 31: Delia
Phi Alpha i31: A Cappella Choir ll, 21:
Geiiysburgian ll, 2, 31.
Dig in, gals.
A JU IIIHS
0 JANE VARNER HOFFMAN, Hoff :
All Somersel, Pennsylvania: SCA l2, 31:
Spanish Club l3l: Transfer from Cedar
Cresi' College, Pennsylvania
O RICHARD ALEXANDER ISHMAEL,
"Ish": Brirish Guiana, S. A.: Phi Kappa
Fare a+ Faber's. Rho: Bela Bela Bela l3l: Varsify Soccer
O ROBERT WORK HEMPERLY, "Hap-
py": Chambersburg, Pennsylvania: Phi ,
Sigma Kappa: U. S. Army Air Force:
SCA ll, Zi: A Cappella Choir
O LOUIS CYRIL JOYCE, lll, "Lou":
. Grenloch, Pennsylvania: Phi Delia Thefa:
SCA l3l: I947 SPECTRUM Sfaff.
0 GEORGE WILLARD HINMAN, "Bill":
Newfonville, Massachuseffs: Alpha Tau .
Omega: U. S. Army Air Force: Presi-
clenf of Alpha Tau Omega l3l: Varsify
Soccer Team l3l: Men's Tribunal l3l:
Gavel Club l3l: I94-2 SPECTRUM Sfaff: 0 HERMAN ALLEN KELLAR, "Al":
Band ill: Track ll, 21. Bronx, New York.
0 SAMUEL WEAVER KNlSELY,"Knize":
Elizabefhville, Pennsylvania: Phi Gamma
Della: SCA 1l, 2, 31: Della Phi Alpha
131: Slreplical Chymlsfs 131: Campus
Senale 1I, 2, 31: Dorm Counselor 131:
Narional War Fund Drive
O PAUL FRANK KRAMP: Balfimore,
Maryland: Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA 1I,
2, 31: Gelfysburgian 12, 31: S'faFf of
I946 G-Book: Associafe Edifor of I947
SPECTRUM: Sages 131: Tau Kappa
Alpha 131: Men's Debafe Team 12, 31:
Pre-Minisferial Associalion 1I, 2, 31.
O MARY LOUISE KUNDE: Chevy
Chase, Maryland: SCA 1l, 31: Bela
Bela Bela 12, 31: Skelch Club 131:
WAA Board 12, 31: Varsily Hockey
Team 12, 31: Varsily Basketball Team
I MARGARET EDITH LANKO, Newarlc,
New Jersey: Phi Mu: SCA 1I, 2, 31:
Gelfysburgian 12, 31: Ediforial Slaff of
l946 SPECTRUM: Slcelch Club
I VIRGINIA LOUISE LEEDOM, "Gin-
ny": Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Phi Mu:
SCA 12, 31: Geliysburgian 1I, 21: Edi-
forial Siaff of I947 SPECTRUM: Slzepfi-
cal Chymisls 12, 31: Modern Booli Club
131: WAA Board 121: Pan-Hellenic
0 JANE ANN LILLICH: Dundalk, Mary-
land: Chi Omega: SCA 1I, 2, 31: Ves-
per Choir 131: Adverlising Slaff of
Beal is on 'rhe leff.
O LAURA JEAN LIVINGSTON, "Liv":
McKeespor+, Pennsylvania: SCA 1I, 2,
31: Sages 131: Spanish Club 131: Edi-
iorial Sfaff of I947 SPECTRUM: Varsify
O MARION LOUISE LOWER: Reading,
Pennsylvania: SCA 12, 31: Phi Sigma
lo+a 131: A Cappella Choir 121: Le
Cercle Francais 12, 31: Spanish Club
O MARCIA ELIZABETH MAGUIREI
Wynwood, Pennsylvania: SCA 1I, 2, 31:
Befa Bela Bela 12, 31: Hisiorian of
Junior Class: WAA Board 12, 31: Var-
siiy Hockey Team 12, 31: Varsiiy Baslrei-
ball Team 12, 31.
O PHILIP JOSEPH MARTINI, "PhiI":
Valley Siream, New Yorlz: Phi Delia
Theia: SCA 1l1: Presideni of Phi Delia
Thefa 131: Circulafion Manager of I947
SPECTRUM: Varsiiy Baslceiball Team
1I, 2, 31: Varsify Baseball Team 121:
Dorm Counselor 131: Gavel Club 131:
O PEGGY LOU MAYER, "Peg": Har-
risburg, Pennsylvania: Delia Gamma:
SCA 12, 31: Geffysburgian 1l, 2, 31:
Slrepiical Chymisfs 12, 31: Class Honors
1I, 21: Vesper Choir 121: Adverlising
Slaif of I947 SPECTRUM.
0 JEAN ANN MILLER, "Jay Aye":
Freeporf, New York: Del+a Gamma: Tau
Kappa Alpha 12, 31: Phi Sigma lofa
131: Kappa Delia Epsilon 131: Highesi'
Class Honors 1I, 21: Class of I9l6
Alumni Prize 121: Oufsfanding Junior:
Secrefary of Campus Senaie 131:' Pan-
Hellenic Council 131: WAA Board 12,
31: Dorm Counselor 131: Sfudenf Coun-
cil 131: Women's Debafe Team 12, 31:
Orqanizafions Edifor of I947 SPEC-
TRUM: Nafional War Fund Drive 131:
"Blifhe Spiriiu 131: Chairman of Scho-
0 MARGARET LEILA MILLER, "Lee",
Silver Spring, Maryland: Della Gamma:
SCA ll, 2, 3lq Vesper Choir ll, Zlg
Girls' Chorus '
O PHYLLIS CLAY MOSERg Englewood,
New Jersey: Chi Omega: SCA ll, 2,
3l: Pi Lambda Sigma l2, 3,3 GeH'ys-
burgian Business Siaff l3l: Circulalion
Sfaff of I946 SPECTRUM.
0 CECELIA LAURENE MOYER, "Cece",
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: SCA ell, 2,
3l: Kappa Della Epsilon l3l: Women's
Debafe Team l2, 3l: Varsify Hockey
Team l2lg Varsify Baskefball Team
l2, 3l: "Junior Miss"
0 JANICE EMILY OUTRAM, "Oul'ie"i
Wesffield, New Jersey: Chi Omega:
Phi Sigma lofa l3lg Geflysburg Business
sfaff 133, um SPECTRUM s+sff, Le
Cercle Francais l2, 3lg Presidenf of Le
Cercle Francais l3lg Spanish Club l3l:
Vesper Choir l3lg Varsi+y Hockey Team
l2, 3l, Varsify Baslxeflaall Team
0 IRA DAVID PLANK, JR., "Dave",
Geffysburg, Pennsylvania: Phi Kappa
Psi: U. S. Army Air Force: President of
Men's Tribunal l3l: Varsify Baslrefball
Team l2, 3lg Skepfical Chymisis lfil:
Ini-er-Fraferniiy' Council l3l: Adveriising
Manager of I947 SPECTRUM.
O CAROL LOUISE POTDEVlN: Garden
Cify, New Yorlrg Chi Alpha Sigma: SCA
ll, 2, 3l: Pi Lambda Sigma l2, 31, Le
Cercle Francais l2, 3lg I947 SPECTRUM
See any shirfs?
Wanf a sailor wiih i+?
O BETTE JEAN RATHBONE, "Brownie"I
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania: Delia Gam-
ma: SCA ill: Pi Lambda Sigma l2, 315
Cheerleader ll, 2, 31: Varsify Hockey
O MARILYN ENID REICHERT, "Lynn":
Glendale, New Yorlr: SCA ll, 2, Blg
SCA Cabinef l2l: Phi Sigma lofa l3lg
Kappa Delia Epsilon f3l: Dean's Honor
Lisf ill: Geffysburgian IZ, Blg Class
Edifor of I947 SPECTRUM: Women's
Debaie Team l3lg Le Cercle Francais
l2, 3l: Spanish Club
0 MARY JEAN REYNOLDS, "Rennie":
Wesffield, New Jersey: SCA ll, 2, 31:
Geffysburgian lil, Vesper Choir
0 RICHARD FRANK ROMIG, "Diclc":
Wesf Lawn, Pennsylvania: Phi Gamma
Delia: U. S. Army Air Force: SCA
ll, 2, 31, Bela Bela Bela l2, 313 Var-
si+y Soccer Team
O HARRY EDWIN ROWLAND: Kings-
ion, New York: Phi Delia Theiag GeHys-
burgian ll, Zi: I946 SPECTRUM Sfaffq
I947 SPECTRUM Sfaffg Presideni' of Phi
Delia Theia l2Jg Sages l3lg Gavel Club
l2, 31: Inferfrafernily Council l2, 317
Chairman of IFC Dance
O LOUIS ARTHUR SALZMANN, "Leung
Kingsfon, New York: Phi Delia Thefag
U. S. Army Air Force.
0 GEORGE I.. SAMES: Upper Black
Eddy, Pennsylvania: Sigma Chi: SCA
II, 2, 31: Bela Bela Bela IZ, 31: Dean's
Honor Lisf II, 21: A Cappella Choir
IZ, 31: Vesper Choir IZ, 31: Gavel Club
421, I947 SPECTRUM S+aff.
0 MARILYN ELLA SENIOR, "Miki":
Ephraia, Pennsylvania: Phi Mu: SCA
ll, 2, 31: Geffysburgian I31: Phi Sigma
Ioia I31: Women's Debafe Team l31:
Spanish Club IZ, 31: Le Cercle Fran-
cais I31: Vice-Presideni of Women's
Sfudenf Council I31: WAA Board IZ1:
Varsiiy Hockey Team IZ1: OuI's+anding
0 JOHN WILLIAM SHAINLINE,
"Spike": Norrisfown, Pennsylvania: U, S.
Marines: Phi Gamma Delia: Baseball
II, 2, 31: Varsiiy Foofball Team ll, 21.
0 CLAUDE RICHARD SHUMAKER,
"Dick": West Fairview, Pennsylvania:
Pre-Minislerial Associafion ll, 2, 31:
Chess Club I31: A Cappella Choir IZ1:
Men's Tribunal l31: Track
0 ELIZABETH ANN SIMONS: Lancas-
fer, Pennsylvania: SCA I31: Varsily
Hockey Team I31: Transfer from Pra'H'
Insfiiufe, New York.
I JOAN ROSALIE SLElGI"ITER:"Joey":
EvereH', Pennsylvania: SCA ll, 2, 31.
A liHIe squirrely?
0 RUTH ELEANOR SLIFER, "SiIver":
Alioona, Pennsylvania: Chi Alpha Sig-
ma: SCA II, 2, 31: Geifysburgian
II, 21: Phi Alpha Theia I31: Modern
Book Club II, 2, 31.
0 JANE MILLER SPANGLER: New Ox-
ford, Pennsylvania: Chi Omega: SCA
II, 2, 31: Gefiysburgian II1: I947
SPECTRUM Sfaff: May Courf fl, 21:
Beaufy Queen Il, 21.
0 FREDERICK D. SPREEN, JR., "Friar
TucIc": Pearl River, New York: Lambda
Chi Alpha: SCA ll, 2, 31: SCA Cabi-
ner I2, 31: Pre-Minisferial Associafion
II, 2, 31: Vice-Presideni' of Campus
Senafe I2, 31: Sages I31: Gavel Club
I21: Sfaff of I94b G-Book: Business
Sfaff of I946 SPECTRUM: Publicify
Chairman of Junior Prom I21: Vesper
Choir II, 2, 31.
0 JOHN LESLIE STIRZACKER: Cham-
O ELEANOR DOLORES SULTZBACH,
"ElIie": Valley View, Pennsylvania: Chi
Alpha Sigma: SCA II, 2, 31: Geiiys-
burgian II1: Dean's Honor Lisr I21:
Women's Debaie Team II, 2, 31: Tau
Kappa Alpha I2, 31: Slcepiical Chymisis
I21: Presidenf of Skepiical Chymisis
0 M. JOANNE TITTLE, "Joey": Harris-
burg, Pennsylvania: Delia Gamma: SCA
II, 2, 31: Geffysburgian I31: I947
SPECTRUM Siaff: Sicepfical Chymisfs
I31: Presidenf of Sophomore Class: Oul-
sfanding Junior: Class Honors II, 21:
WAA. Board Il, 21: Varsiiy Hockey
Team I2, 31: Varsify Baslceiball Team
OGLADYS CAROLYN TOBLER:
"Toby": Teaneclc, New Jersey: Chi
Omega: SCA 1I, 2, 31: Pi Lambda Sig-
ma 121: Vice-Presiclenf of Pi Lambda
Sigma 131: Delia Phi Alpha 131: I946
SPECTRUM Siaff: I947 SPECTRUM
Siaff: Skeich Club 121: Vesper Choir
131: Dorm Dance Commiifee 131: Fra-
O MARION HAZEL TODD, "Duich":
Mafawan, New Jersey: Chi Alpha
Sigma: SCA 12, 31: Le Cercle Fran-
I MARY ROBERTA TURNER: Wrighfs-
ville, Pennsylvania: Chi Alpha Sigma:
SCA 1I, 2, 31: Befa Befa Bela 12, 31:
Phi Alpha Thefa 131: Le Cercle Fran-
cais 12, 31.
O CARL THEODORE UEHLING: Clif-
ion, New Jersey: Lambda Chi Alpha:
SCA 1I, 2, 31: SCA Cabinei 12, 31:
Geifysburgian 1l, 2, 31: Sfaff of 1946
G-Boolt: Pre-Minisierial Associafion 1l,
2, 31: Secreiary of Pre-Minisferial Asso-
cia+ion 12, 31: Men's Debaie Team 1I,
2, 31: lnlerfraierniiy Council 12, 31:
Leader of College Band 1l, 21: Vesper
Choir 1I, 2, 31: Track
0 JUNE EVELYN VIALL, "Junie": Leba-
non, Pennsylvania: Del+a Gamma: SCA
131: Pi Lambda Sigma 12, 31: Head
Cheerleader 131: Slteich Club 12, 31:
Dorm Dance Commiffee 121: Vesper
Choir 1I, 21.
O HOWARD MAHL WALKER: Sche-
neciacly, New York: Sages 131: A Cap-
On 'ihe serious slae.
O HELEN KATHRYN WALT2: Washinglon, D. C.:
Della Gamma: SCA 1I, 21: Bela Bela Bela 121: Dean's
Honor Lisf 1I1: Le Cercle Francais 1I1: WAA Board
121: Varsily Hockey Team 121: Varsi+y Baslrefball Team
O DONALD RICHARD WARRENFELTZ, "Donn: Hag-
ersfown, Maryland: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Efa Sigma Phi
0 SARAH ELEANOR WOLFE, "SaIIy": Norwich, New
Yorlc: Phi Mu: SCA 1I, 2, 31: Sages 131: Gellysburgian
1I, 2, 31: Assisianf News Ediior of Geflysburgian 121:
News Edifor of Geliysburgian 131: I946 SPECTRUM
Sfaff: Associale Edifor of I947 SPECTRUM: Oufsianding
Junior: Le Cercle Francais
0 RACHEL JANE ZIMMERMAN: Mechanicsburg, Penn-
sylvania: Chi Omega: SCA 1I, 2, 31: Secrefary of
SCA 131: Vice-Presidenl of Junior Class: Pan-Hellenic
Council 131: Sororify Edifor of I947 SPECTRUM: WAA
Board 131: WSSF Drive
JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
0 JOHN WILLIAM AMATUCCI, "Jaclc": Silver Spring,
Maryland: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. S. Army Air Force:
Campus Senafe 131: Gavel Club
0 ELI NENADOVICH: Paxfang, Harrisburg, Pennsyl-
vania: Phi Della Thela: U. S. Navy.
I JOHN WILLIAM SHAINLINE, "SpiI:e": Norrislown,
Pennsylvania: Phi Gamma Della: U, S. Marine Corps:
Varsify Foolloall Team 1I, 21: Varsily Baseball Team
0 PAUL ADAM TRUMP: Kimberfon, Pennsylvania: Phi
Sigma Kappa: U. S. Army Air Force: SCA 1I1: Pre-
EEMEMEEE THESE SEEEHEEEE SUEEIIMIIEES E
CLASS UF 1948
ROBERT S. BEHARRY . .
A. ROGER GOBBEL .
NANCY E, PYLE . .
MARGERY H. ENES .
B. LOU RENE STAUFFER
Beharry, Pyle, Gobbel, Siauffer, Enes
. . . Presideni'
. . . Secrefary
. . . Treasurer
RICHARD NORWOOD ALLISON . . .ArendtsvilIe, Pa.
ROBERT MILTON ARENTZ ..,...., Hanover, Pa.
GUSTAVE HUGO BAHRENBURG . . .Hicksville, N. Y.
WILLIAM ANGUS BAUSERMAN .... Toms Brook, Va.
R'OBERT S. BEHARRY ......
EVELYN BETHKE ,......
LILLIAN ANNA BETZ . . .
MARIE BLAIR ........
EARL EDGAR BOMBERGER . .
ELIZABETH JANE BOOTH . .
CALVIN LUTHER BOWERS . .
BRACE MIRIAM FLORENCE
ELIZABETH JANE BRITCHER .
CAROLINE BRUBAKER ....
ALEXANDER SAMUEL CALVIN
MILDRED ELIZABETH CREELY
GEORGE WILLIAM CROMER,
AUDREY CUMMIN ......
CAROL MEREDITH DENZ . .
HELEN JOYCE DIXON . . .
JUANNE DUFFIELD .....
HELEN MIRIAM DURSTEWITZ
CLAYTON ALBERT EATON, JR.
BEATRICE MAE EACKMAN . .
CLARA BETTY EDWARDS . .
DORIOTHEA EVELYN EHMANN
MARTHA ANNE ELLIOTT ,...
MARGERY HELEN E-NES . . .
RICHARD THOMAS ENTWISLE
RUTH ANNETTE ERB ....
DEAN ROY ERDMAN ....
British Guiana, S. A.
.Washinqton, D. C.
, . , . Baltimore, Md.
. . . Ramsey, N. J.
. . Lebanon, Pa.
. . . . Corapolis, Pa.
. . . . Baltimore, Md.
Shaker Heights, Ohio
ci-IARLES ALBERT BOWERS, JR.
. . . . Westfield, N. J.
. . . Gettysburg, Pa.
. . . . Bird-in-Hand, Pa.
. . . Ramsey, N. J.
. . . . . Clayton, N. J.
JR .... Gettysburg, Pa.
. . . . . Teaneck, N. J.
. . . . . Flushing, N. Y.
. . . . Westfield, N. J.
. . . . . Greencastle, Pa.
. . . Wood-Ridge, N. J.
. . . Fitchburg, Mass.
. . . . . Baltimore, Md.
. . . . . . Lancaster, Pa.
. Merchantville, N. J.
. . . . Baltimore, Md.
. . . . Clifton, N. J.
. . . Philadelphia, Pa.
. . . . . Philadelphia Pa.
. . . . Elizabethville, Pa.
MARGARET LOUISE ETCHBERGER . .Waynesboro,
JAMES BRUNER FELTON . . .
NANCY JEAN FERGUSON . .
. . Philadelphia, Pa
. . Camp Hill, Pa
GR-ACE EVELYN FLUCK ..... . . , Reading, Pa
PHYLLIS FRALEIGH ......
HARVEY WITMER FROEHLICH
DONALD RICHARD GALLION
BETTY JUNE GARMAN ....
NEAL EDMUND GARMAN . .
ETHEL PATTERSON GEISEY .
ALFRED ROGER GOBBEL . .
JANICE CLAIRE GRACEY . .
MARGARET ANN GRAEI-E . .
R-ALPH AUGUSTUS GREIMAN,
MANJORIE MAE GRISSINGER
DORIS MARGARET HAUSSMAN
MARY JANE HECKMAN . .
ANNA LOIS HEIM ......
EDWIN AUSTIN HESS, JR. .
JOHN ,LESLIE HICKS JR. . .
JANET MENISH HIGH ..... I
JEAN ANNETTE HOLLINGER
ELIZABETH ANNE HOLMAN .
GEORGE E. HOINBERGER . .
GENE MARCUS HUGGENS . .
NOVELLA ANNA ILGEN . .
JOHN EDWARD JAMES ....
THELMA MARILYN JENSEN . .
ARTHUR J. JESURUM .....
BERNARD ROBERT JOEL . .
ROBERT COLLIER JONES .
MCFALL KERBEY, JR .......
GRAHAM PHILLIPS KESLER . .
ROBERT ELWOOD KESSLER .
. . . . Teaneck, N.
. . . .Camp Hill, Pa
. . . . Baltimore, Md
. . Baltimore, Md
, . Baltimore, Md
. . Gettysburg, Pa
. . Baltimore, Md
. . . . . Gl'enside, Pa
. , Owings Mills, Md
JR. ..... York, Pa
. McConnellsburg, Pa
. . Great Neck, N. Y
. . . . Allentown, Pa
. . Hollidaysburg, Pa
. . Chambersburg, Pa
. . . . Elkins Park, Pa
. . . Abbottstown, Pa
. New Bloomfield, Pa
. . . . Littlestown, Pa
. . . . Hanover, Pa
. . . Mifflinburg, Pa
. . . . Teaneck, N. J
. . Takoma Park, Md
. .Curacao, N. W, I
. . . Glendale, N. Y
. . . Royal Oak, Mich
. , Washington, D. C
. , Silver Spring, Md
GEORGE EARLE KIRSCHNER, JR.. '. '. '. '. . .Yorkl Pa
JEAN ARLENE KNISELY . . .
KATHRYN LOUISE KOONS . .
HENRY HSI-HUNG LEE . . .
JEAN MARIE LEIDY ....
RUSSELL NOBLE LEIDY . . .
ROCCO JOHN LEO ......
CATHERINE MARIE LEWIS . .
JOYCE LEWIS ..,......
MARILYN LORRAINE LEWIS . .
ROGER PHELPS LEWIS ....,
CONSTANCE V, LINGENFELTER
JOHN MAHLON LOREE . ..
PAUL FRANK LUESBE . . .
BARBARA JANE MALONEY . .
ANNA ELIZABETH MARTIN . .
THOMAS CLAUDE MASTERS . .
MIRIAM FAITH MCCARNEY . .
MARY EDNA MEEKS .....
RUBY HARRIET MICHAEL . . .
CLIFFORD ROSWELL MILLER .
MILDRED ANNETTA MILLER .
DOROTHY LOUISE MOSS .
JOHN EDWARD MUHLBACH .
MARY RUTH MUMFORD ....
KATHRYN LOUIE NEWCOMER . . .
DONALD GLUCK OYLER ....
ANTHONY JAMES PALAZZOLO
RICHARD EUGENE PATTERSON
MADELINE JANE PEE .....
CHARLES WILLIAM PENTZ . .
MORRIS RAYMOND PRICKETT
NANCY ELIZABETH PYLE . . .
CHARILES ARCHUT RAMBO . .
THOMAS ALBERT RANKIN . .
JANE MERLYN RHOADS .
HELEN JANET RITCHIE . .
ROBERT JAY RUBIN ....
PHYLLIS ISABELLE RUOF . .
JAY WALTER SADOW . . .
. . Piilsburgh, Pa.
. . Harrisburg, Pa.
New York, N. Y.
. . . Abington, Pa.
Upper Darby, Pa.
.Camden, N. J.
. . Geifysburg, Pa.
. Philadelphia, Pa.
. Wesifield, N. J.
. Plainfield, N. J.
. . . Alfoona, Pa.
. . Johnshawn, Pa.
.WeslfieId, N. J.
. Waynesboro, Pa.
. Teaneck, N. J.
. . Balfimore, Md.
. . Hazellon, Pa.
. . Lewistown, Pa.
. . . . Lykens, Pa.
. Philadelphia, Pa.
. . Baltimore, Md.
. . Geflysburg, Pa,
. . Geffysburg, Pa.
. . Johnslown, Pa.
. . . . .York, Pa.
. . . . Philipsburg, Pa.
. Medford, N. J.
Wesf Chesfer, Pa.
Woodbury, N. J.
I . Drexel Hill, Pa.
. . Ballimore, Md.
Ridgewood, N. J.
. Brooklyn, N. Y.
New York, N. Y.
GRACE J. SALTZER ,.... Penbrook, Harrisburg, Pa.
ELIZABETH DOROTHY SALZMANN . . Kingston, N. Y.
LOUIS ARTHUR SALZMANN . .
. . . . Kingsion, N. Y.
RICHARD OTTO SCHERCH ....,.. Baltimore, Md.
SAMUEL W. SCHMITTHENNER . . . Chambersburg, Pa,
DOROTHY SCHWARTZ . . Brookline, Upper Darby, Pa.
DONALD LEON SELMAN . .
JOANNE ROSE SERPICO . . .
MARILYN RUTH SHEFFER .
MARY LOU SHRUM ......
JOSEPH WINTERS SHUSTER . .
DOROTHY ADELE SIMON . .
. . . Chambersburg, Pa.
. . .Red Bank, N. J.
. . . New Oxford, Pa,
. . Hollidaysburg, Pa.
. , . SI. Johns, Pa.
. . . . Philadelphia, Pa.
LUTHER WALTER SLIFERT, JR. ..... Geflysburg, Pa.
CARLTON NEWELL SMITH . . .
ROBERT LONGYEAR SMITH . .
RUTH CARLYN SNYDER .
MARTHA SPAYD .......
FRED GLEN STAMBAUGH ..
BERTHA LOURENE STAUFFER .
ROBERT HENR-Y STERNAT . . .
JOHN LOUIS STRUBE, JR. , .
GRACE MORRIS SWEITZER . .
ELWOOD LeROY TARBET . . .
RICHARD LEON TOME ....
CATHERINE GRIMM TOMPKINS
Rockville Cenlr'e, N.-Y,
. . .Weslfielc-I, N. Y.
. . . Baliimore, Md.
.. . . . York, Pa,
. . . . York, Pa.
. . Salem, N. J.
. . Biglerville, Pa.
. . Lansdowne, Md.
. . . . Lancasier, Pa.
. York New Salem, Pa.
. .Washingron, D, C.
ANNE LIGON TRICE ........... Shipman, Va.
LOUISE HELEN TRUMPETER . .
. . . . . Lancasler, Pa.
WALTER JOHN VAN ELDEN . . Blue Ridge Summil, Pa.
VERA LONG VENABLE ...,
GILSON C. WALDKOENIG . .
JUANITA ISABELLE WATERS . .
PAUL SNOWDEN WEIRWICK
SUZANNE VALENTINE WENTZ
. . . . .Oak Park, III.
. . Pillsburgh, Pa.
. . . Roselle, N. J.
. . . . Harrisburg, Pa.
. . . . . . Hanover, Pa.
Donor:-:Y ELIZABETH WHITE ..... eenysburg, Pa.
VIVIAN LORRAINE WHITLOCK
BARBARA BLAKE WICKERSHAM
JANICE NANCY YOST ....
. . . .BaIiimore, Md.
. . . . Harrisburg, Pa.
. . . . , Balfimore, Md.
EDITH RUTH YOUNG ........ Hollidaysburg, Pa.
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WILLIAM J, McCAW .
DAVID S. BANTLEY ....
MILDRED A. I-IAABESTAD .
WILLIAM H. WEAVER . . .
FREDERICK E. BOTTERBUSCH
IISS III IIIIII
. . . Presidenf
. . . Secrefary
. . . Treasurer
LUIS F. ARELLANO .................
. . . . . . . . Grenada, Nicaragua, Cen'Iro-Amer
ROBERT THEODORE AVANCENA . . Washinqlon, D.
WARREN ARTHUR BAHR ,....... Yonkers, N.
DAVID STRAUB BENTLEY, JRI. . . . .Johns+own,
DORIS LOUISE BAUGHER .. ...... Aspers,
RICHARD ALFRED BEAVER . . . ,MonfoursviIle,
DONALD HEINDEL BECKER . . . . .... , York,
DOROTHY GERTRUDE BEISEL . . . . Philadelphia, Pa.
VIRGINIA BRYANT BERGEN ..... ShorI.Hills,,N. J.
ROBERT RAY BOHN ........ Chambersburci, Pa.
FREDERICK EYLER BOTTERBUSCH ..,... Yor , Pa.
ROBERT WILKINSON BOWEN .... Philadelphia,
EUTHA COLLEEN BREIGHNER ..... Gardners,
MARIE CHARLOTTE BRETTSCHNEIDER .......
SHERWOOD BROWN ..... Jackson Heighls, N. Y.
WILLIAM THOMAS BROWN ..... Audubon, N. J.
DOROTHY JEAN BRUA ..... Niagara Falls, N. Y.
BERTRAM BULLER .......... Pearl River, N, Y.
NORAMA LOUISE BURKHOLDER . . . Hummelslown, Pa.
MARILYN JANE BURNETT ..,. New Kensinqfon,
JEAN LOUISE CALLARD . . . ...... Warren, Pa.
HAROLD ANTHONY CAPONE . . . Norih Bergen, N. J.
PAUL EUGENE CARL ........... Hanover, Pa.
MARTIN EDWARD CERNEK ...,... Palmer, N. Y.
JOSEPH SOUTHAM CHOQUETTE . . Jersey Cify, N.
MARIE HELEN CLODE . . .
F-REDA MARIE COFFMAN
VINCENT CONTI .....
JACK L. CREAGER ....
RICHARD HENRY CROMERI
BETTY LOUISE CULP . . .
ROBERT THOMAS CULP .
SAMUEL FRANK DAVIDSON' .' . . .
Wes? Englewood, N.
. ...... Geilysburg,
. ..... Geffysburg
. . Harrisburg'
. . . . . Carllsle,
. . Arnold,
. . . Arnold
MARION STEPHANIE DEJACOMO
GEORGE 'ci-IARLEQ DQKRAFFT f .
HARVEY WEAN ER DICKERT ....
MARION LOUISE DIEHL . . . .
DONALD BRISCOE DIXON .....
NANCY BER-THA DREIR .... .
ANNA ALMEDA DUNDORE . .
ROBERT WOLF ECKELS . . .
GLORIA LUCENE ECKER .
PERCELL BENHEM ECKER . . .
BARBARA JEAN ECKERT ..... '.
MARGARET LINDSAY eicHMAN. .
RICHARD DAVID EPLEY ......
LUCILLE JOYCE ERDLEY . . .
KARL BENTON ETSHIED .... ' . f
CHARLES BUFFINGTON FAGER . .
JEANNE CAROLYN PARIS .,...
EVELYN VIRGINIA FIFE ....
EDWARD DENNIS FISCHER . .
JOHN RICHARD FISHER . . .
SARAH JEAN FUSS ..... . .
JANE ELIZABETH GARDILL . .
M G R L
AR A ET EA GETTYS ......
LUIS F. GONZALEZ .... . . .
NANCY LOUISE GOULD . . . .
ESTHER NAOMI GRAY . . .
GAIL BLANCHE GR-OGAN . .
WILLIAM CRIST GUISE . . .
HARRY OGDEN GULDEN . .
EVELYN GRACE GUSS .....
MILD ED A E AABE TAD . .
R NN H S .
MARY ELIZABETH HAGERTY . .
ELEANOR JANICE HAG ....
GRAHAM ARTHUR HAINss . . .' .iMefchanIvIIle, N. Y.
Wesf Englewood, N. J.
. Upper Darby, Pa.
. . Geffysburq, Pa.
. Lock Haven, Pa.
Washingfon, D. C.
. Weslfield, N. J.
.. . . . Oley, Pa.
. Waynesboro, Pa.
. . Geffysburg, Pa.
. . Geffysburg, Pa.
.Wesffield, N. J.
Union Bridge, Md.
. . Gelfysburg, Pa.
. . . Lebanon, Pa.
. . . Lemoyne, Pa.
. . Harrisburg, Pa.
Washingfon, D. C.
. . . .AIrviIIe, Pe.
. . . Chicago, Ill.
. . Camden, N. J.
. Reisferslown, Md.
. . Drexel Hill, Pa.
Manahawkin, N, J.
. . . . Puerto Rico
. . Johnsiown, Pa.
Nu e J.
fl y, 'N.
. . Arendfsville, Pa.
.. . ..Yok,Pe.
. . . Sipesville, Pa.
. . Springfield, Pa.
. . Houfzdale, Pa.
Upper Darby Pa.
ROBERT EDWARD HAKE . .
DOROTHY JEAN HAMME . .
NEVIN ANDREW HAMME . .
JANE ELIZABETH HARRIS . .
PHILIP ELMER HARTMAN . .
LeROY ROBERT HEALY . . .
JANE MILDRED HEILMAN . .
JOHN THOMAS HELD . .
GEORGE LID HERRNSTADT . . .
MELVIN RALPH HILL ....
GORDON CHARLES HITE . .
RUTH JOSEPHINE HOOPS . .
PATRICIA ANN HOOVER' . .
STANLEY MILTON HOSTLER . .
DAVID HARMER HOUGH . , .
JOSEPH FRANCIS HOWARD . .
GILBERT B. HULTBERG ....
FRANCIS S, JARMUSIK .....
JAMES L. JOHNSON, JR. . .
. . Glenside, Pa
. . Brodbecks, Pa
. . . Ballimore, Md
, . York, Pa
. Cliffside Park, N. J
. . . . Balfimore, Md
. . . . Woodbury, Pa
. Long Island, N. Y.
. . . Hanklins, N. Y.
. . . Ballimore, Md
. Mefuchen, N. J
. , Chambersburg, Pa
. . . . Palmyra, N. J
. . Chambersburg, Pa
. . Philadelphia, Pa
. . . Philadelphia, Pa
Garden Cily, N. Y
WALTER JOHN H. KACZKOWSKI . . . Springdale, Pa
JOHN AUGUSTUS KATZ ....
CORNELIUS CHRISTIAN KNORR
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS KOCH
BETTY JANE KOENIG . . .
PATRICIA MAE KOLPIEN .
JEAN MARIE KUHN . ..
VIRGINIA LEA LANDIS . .
JOHN CALVIN LEIDY . . .
DOROTHY JANE LEITHOLD
MARJORIE E. MacRITCHIE
JOSEPH DOLBY MATHIEU .
EDITH HAINES MATLACK .
FLORENCE LOUISE MAYER .
WILLIAM JAMES MCCAW .
ROBERT LAVERNE MCCOY . . . .
ROBERT RANDOLPH MCCOY
MARIAN JOANN MENCHEY
ROBERT ELMER MICKLEY . .
HANNAH MAR-Y MILLER . .
MARY LOU MILLER .,..,
BETTY JANE MINNICH . . .
WILLIAM DALE MIZELL
. . , . Gefiysburg, Pa
. . . Lansdale, Pa
. . Hazlefon, Pa
. . , . Warren, Pa
. . Bendersville, Pa
. . . Fairfield, Pa
. . . . . Abington, Pa
. , .... Drexel Hill, Pa
Niagara Falls, N.
. . . .Yonkers, N. Y
. . Mooresfown, N. J
. . Philadelphia, Pa
. . . Carlisle, Pa
. . . . Madera, Pa
. . . Gefiysburg, Pa
. . Evans Cily, Pa
. . . Piflsburgh, Pa
. . Wildwood, N, J
. . . . Ramsey, N. J
Joslam-I FRANCIS J. MONIDELLI' 1 1 :Audubon, 'N.
RICHARD mvme MULLEN ........ Carlisle,
ANNA MAE MUMMA .......... Lebanon,
WILLIAM YOUNG NAILL, JR. ...... Hanover,
PETER EDWARD NAWIASKY . . . . Summit, N.
CHARLES EDWIN MUSSELMAN . . . Mechanicsburg, ga
FAY ELIZABETH NEBINGER ...... Red Lion,
ROBERT ALBERT NEIMAN, JR, ...... Ashland, Pa
ENID MARVGUERITA NELSON . . . Upper Darby,
SAMUEL PARKER NORLEY . . Brookline, Wel. Co.,
GEORGE EDGAR NULL .... . . . Geflysburg, Pa
ARTHUR CULLEN OLSEN ...., Woodhaven, N. Y
EDGARDO GUILLERMO ORTIZ .... New York, N. Y
RONALDO MANUEL ORTIZ ..... New York, N. Y
KATHRYN IRENE PADGETT . . . Pomplon Lakes, N. J
JEANNE CHARLOTTE PERROTT .... Balfimore, Md
JANET EADUM PETERS . . . . Linfhicum Heighis, Md
WILLIS CHARLES PICKING .... Chambersburg, Pa
CLAIRE NORENE PLITT ........ Balfimore, Md
CHARLES MOORE POLLEY . . . . Harrisburg, Pa
PAUL P. PORTER, JR .......
ROBERT S. RAUSCHENBERGER
HARRY AARON REYNOLDS, JRI.
FRANK GUY ROBISON ...,.
HERMAN LEE ROWELL, JR. .
J. RICHARD RUNKEL ....
DAVID HARUM SAUR ..
CLARA MAE SCHAFER . .
ARTHUR A. SCHLOTT, JR ....
DAVID LANCE SEATON . .
CLYDE WILSON SHAFFER . . .
MARY ELIZABETH SHAUB . . .
ALVIN CLARK SHEETZ . . .
DEANE SHERWOOD SHIVELY .
. . .camp Hill, Pa
. . . . Sellersville, Pa.
. . Lumberfon, N. J
. . . . Harrisburg, Pa
. . Charloile, N. C.
. . . , . Lebanon, Pa.
. . . . . Lebanon, Pa.
. New Kensingion, Pa
Old Greenwich, Conn
. Merchanlville, N. J
. . . .Annville, Pa
. . Shrewsbury, Pa
. . BaI+imore, Md
. . . . Mifflinburg, Pa
RAYMOND LEE SHOTWELL ..... Lumberfon, N. J
TEDDIE RICHARD SHOVER .
VIRGINIA ANN SHULER . .
ELI FRANKLIN SLIVER . . .
JOSELYN ANN SLONAKER .
DORIS CLARIICE SNYDER . .
JAMES JOSEPH SODEN . .
DORIS AU DREY STETLER ....
JEANNE LOIS STEVENS . . .
. . . . Carlisle, Pa
. . Camp Hill, Pa
. . . Red Lion, Pa
. . . Phoenixville, Pa
. . Philadelphia, Pa
, . Red Bank, N. J
. . . Piflsburg, Pa
CONRAD HENRY MANN STRINE '. '. '. , . .vorkf Pa
CAROL MARIE STROEHMANN . . . wirlismsporf, Pa
LILA JUNE TANTS ....... Valley Slream, N. Y
JAMES WILLIAM TATE ....
JACK RAYMON TAYLOR .
HAZEL MORGAN TREXLER . .
. . . . Geffvsburg, Pa
. . . . Fayeifeville, Pa
. Laureldale Pa
FRED GARRISON VAN RIPER . . . . Maywood, J
ROBERT E. WALKER .... . . . . Harrisburq. Pa
JEANNE CHARLOTTE WALSH . . . Sfafen Island, N. Y
MILDRED ANITA WALTER .
. . Geflysburg, Pa
PHILIP HOLLINGER WALTERSDORF . . . Hanover, Fa
JOHN WILLIAM WAREHIME ....... Hanover, Pa
LLIS ESTELLA WAYBRIGHT ...... Getfysburg. Pa
WILLIAM HAROLD WEAVER . . . . Mahwah, N, J
HENRY WILLIAM WEDAA . .
ROBERT BRUCE WENTZ ....
. . New York, N, Y
ALTON ADAM WENTZEL, JR. ...... Carlisle, Pa
CHARLOTTE ETHEL. WICKEY . . . Washingfon, D. C
RUTH HARRISON WOOD . .
. . . . Harrisburg, Pa
SHIRLEY JANE WORTH ..... . . .Trenfon, N.
ROBERT FRANCIS WRIGHT, JR .... Glen Ridge, N. J
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Froehlich, Pfeifer, Bomberger. Third Row: Fager, Epley, Brown, Rambo. Fourth Row: Howard, Fisher.
Phi Kappa Psi, The oldesT TraTerniTy on campus, used again This year Tor
iTs meeTing place Miller l-lall. This liTTle coTTage, builT by The Tounders oT
The local chapTer, is The oldesT TraTerniTy house in Pennsylvania. The Penn-
sylvania Epsilon chapfer oT Phi Kappa Psi was Tounded aT GeTTysburg College
in l855. During The pasT school year, The Phi Psi house was leased To a
privaTe Tamily and laTer was used as a boys dorm.
When The Tall semesTer began in SepTember, Phi Psi was Tound wiTh a
very limiTed number oT men. WiTh The coming OT "rushing" The Phi Psis
increased iTs numbers by Tive pledges. By This Time, The TraTerniTy had passed
over "The danger sTage" which was caused by The war. Phi Psi was once
again a worlcing and Thriving TraTerniTy on The campus. WiTh The enTering
OT veTs in November, The Phi Psis were again increased by boTh reTurning
broThers and pledges. Some of The broThers To reTurn were The Froehlich
broThers, Sam and l-larvey. OuT oT The class To enTer aT ThaT Time Three
neophyTes were goTTen. AT The beginning oT The spring semesTer, The Phi
Psi 'found many more of Their broThers reTurning. WiTh The reTurn of The
service men, There were 22 acTive broThers in The chapTer. Some OT These
were "Reds" Weaver, Fred STamloaugh, Dave Planlc, ClayTon Warman, and
Franlc Williams. By The end of February, The TraTerniTy, including pledges,
had grown To The sTrengTh of 34 men.
The guiding of The TraTerniTy Through The year was "Reds" Weaver, an
ex-G.l. Serving as vice-presidenT and secreTary respecTively were Franlc
Williams and Dave Plank. Basl4eTball seemed To be The mosT ouTsTanding
acTiviTy oT The boys OT Phi Psi. Three broThers held posiTions on The varsiTy
Teams, and They were Dave Planlc, Joe Howard, and Charlie Rambo. l-loward
and Planlc held Third and TourTh places respecTively Tor high scorers Tor The
season. On The J. V. Team There was Fred STambaugh. AT The end oT The
TirsT sernesTer, Phi Kappa Psi was The living group which lead in scholasTic
raTing Tor The College.
During The second semesTer, a banqueT was held in honor of Those pledges
who had become broThers. AT This banqueT was The NaTional PresidenT OT
Phi Kappa Psi. LaTer in The semesTer, a Tormal dance was held.
First Row: Glenn, Brenner, Romig. Second Row: Zimmerman, Shepherd, Knisely, Herr. Third Row: Masters
Eaton, Palazzolo. Fourth Row: Allison, R. Liedy, Calvin, Muhlbach, Bentley, James, Weaver. Fifth Row: Hake
Shaeffer, Botterbusch, Koch, J. Liedy, Sixth Row: Smith, Sellman, Mullen, McCoy, Shover, Seventh Row
Soden, Dixon, Rowell, Cromer, Shively.
The Phi Gamma Delfa TraTerniTy was founded in I848 when six sTudenTs
aT Jefferson College banded Togefher To form a fraTerniTy which was To
be one of The largesf men's social groups in The counfry. The Xi chapTer
was founded aT GeTTysburg in l858. Since coming To The campus, The Phi
Gams have been among The sTrongesT and mosf influenTial fraTerniTies on
campus. S '
The fall semesTer began wiTh The reTurn of I6 brofhers, and aT The end of
"rushing" Phi Gam found iTself The largesf men's fraTerniTy on campus.
In campus acTiviTies, The Fiiis were noT lacking. Bob Brenner, who was
presidenT of The house, was also head of The l.F.C. ln The ranks of refurned
veTs There were Herr, Shainline, Svarnas, H. SmiTh, and Allison. Rog l-lerr
and George Shepherd were claimed by The "baskeT-men," and bofh served
as sTudenT aThleTic represe-nTaTives. "Shep" was also presidenT of sTudenT
senafe. Sam Knisely, who was hisforian and pledge masTer for The chapTer,
served as a dorm counselor along wiTh Bill Glenn who was vice-presidenT
of The Fijis. PresidenT of The Senior Class was Ken Zimmerman who was
chosen To represenT The campus in "Who's Who in American Colleges and
UniversiTies" along wiTh Bill Glenn and George Shepherd.
ln honor of The pledges, a dance was held aT The Peace LighT lnn during
The firsT semesTer. As has been The cusTom in pasT years, The Phi Gams held
iTs annual Chrisfmas parTy in Their house for some of The underprivileged
children of GeTTysburg. The Fiji house served as The home of The Chi Omega
sororiTy while The boys reTained Their headquarfers in a suife of rooms in
The Hofel GeTTysburg.
Phi Gam reTained iTs posifion as one of The largesf fraTerniTies on campus
during The second half of The school year by increasing iTs ranks by I9
members. There were four broThers: PresTon RoTh, Bob Parker, George
Svarns and STan l'lousTon: plus I5 pledges. WiTh The change of officers, Sam
Knisely was elecTed presidenT and Dick Romig Toolc The second-in-command.
A formal dance was held aT The l-loTel GeTTysburg during February.
First Row: Toms, Sames, Dalfon, Senff, Sfaley. Second Row: Mondeli, Prrckef, Felfon, Joel, Runkel, Brown
Rankin, Weniz. Third Row: Munley, Shofwell, Guise, Gulden, Reynolds, Gumm, Tarberf.
FourTeen broThers were Tound in The ranks oT Sigma Chi aT The opening
oT school in The Tall: and aTTer The TirsT semesTer "rushing," The number oT
Sigs had been increased by nine pledges. Sigma Chi sTarTed iTs TirsT posT-
war year wiTh Mike DalTon swinging The gavel Tor The boys.
The Sigma Chi TraTerniTy was Tounded in June i855 aT Miami UniversiTy,
Oxford, Ohio: and The TheTa chapTer was Tounded aT GeTTysburg College
in June IS63.
The Sigs were in The "know oT Things" where campus acTiviTies were con-
cerned. Jim FelTon, The musician OT The group, Tormed The "Collegians,"
an orchesTra which gained greaT populariTy over The campus. Ken SenTT,
The Sig "losT" To The "Hill," was chosen To represenT The campus in "Who's
Who in American Colleges and UniversiTies," and he was also presidenT OT
The GeTTysburg area oT L.S.A.A. Bud Raup, pasT presidenT oT Sigma Chi,
was awarded The BalTour Province award Tor The scholasTic year oT T944-45.
The crooner oT The house was George Sames who was on The College choir.
To puT The Sigs in sporTs was Bob WenTz who played J.V. baslceTball.
The TheTan, The chapTer newspaper, was prinTed ThroughouT The year and
was senT To The alumni oT The local chapTer. AT The beginning oT The second
semesTer, The annual SweeThearT dance was held aT which The chapTer SweeT-
hearT was selecTed. The Sigma Chi house was The home oT The Phi Mu
sororiTy while meeTings were in TraTerniTy rooms which were reTained in Town.
Once again cerTain oT The alumni played an imporTanT role in The progress
oT The TraTerniTy.
To sTarT The second semesTer, The Sigma Chis welcomed six broThers
back Trom The service. OT The six, Two were Transferees, Cervino, ChrisTner,
Erskine, lvlonTorTe were OT The GeTTysburg chapTer. Young came here Trorn
Cornell, and Groves came from CenTer College. During The second semesTer
a banqueT was held aT l-laine's on The EmmiTTsburg road.
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Firsf Row: Beal, H. Rowland, Trimble. Second Row: Henderson, Coruzzi, Singer, C. Rowland. Third Row: Saur,
Mizell, Joyce. Fouifh Row: Slrine, Kregard, Beaver, Held. Fiffh Row: Erdman, Van Elden. Sixfh Row:
Nlarfini, Welliver, Salzman.
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One oT The largesT social TraTerniTies on The 6eTTysburg campus is The
Pennsylvania BeTa chapTer oT The Phi DelTa TheTa TraTerniTy. This naTional
organizaTion was Tounded aT Miami UniversiTy in I848. Since coming To The
GeTTysburg campus, The Phi Delfs have played an acTive parT in The liTe on
WiTh The reTurn oT Tive loroThers Trom The service and wiTh The TruiTs oT a
successTul "rushing" season, The TraTerniTy increased iTs ranks To 22. Howard
Shoemaker, Cal Welliver, Don Singer, Chick Rowland, and Jim Trimble were
Those broThers who reTurned.
This year The TraTerniTy was under The leadership oT l-larry Rowland, who
was The SporTs ediTor oT This years' issue oT The SPECTRUM. MarTini, Shoe-
malcer, and Welliver were The Phi DelT represenTaTives on The baslceTball
Team. MarTini, who served as a dorm counselor, was elecTed as an ouTsTand-
ing Junior. Don Beal, The second Phi DelT To be chosen as an ouTsTanding
Junior, was quiTe The boy abouT campus. Don was The Business Manager
OT This issue oT The SPECTRUM, and he was a member oT The campus senaTe.
ln The inTerTraTerniTy TooTball league lasT Tall, The TraTerniTy had one oT
The sTrongesT Teams in The loop. The end oT The season Touncl The organiza-
Tion in a Three-way Tie Tor TirsT place.
As were all TraTerniTies on campus, The Phi DelTs were limiTed in acTiviTies.
However, a hayride was held in The TirsT semesTer in honor oT The pledges.
ThroughouT The year meeTings were held in rooms mainTained by The TraTerniTy
in Town. This year, as in previous war years, The TraTerniTy house was oc-
cupied by coeds.
T The Phi DelTs sTarTed The semesTer oTT wiTh a bang when They pledged
nine neophyTes. One broTher, Bob Janice, and one pledge, Bill Zondell, were
Those members who reTurned.
Firsi' Row: Eniwis
le, Nale, Hinman, Leubbe, S+ernaf. Second Row: Hook, Culp, Musselman,
Row: Hough, Schlott.
Having rneT The emergency OT war-Torn days, Alpha Tau Omega Turned
iTs eyes TO a new year OT peace and OT TraTerniTy prOsperiTy. The guidance
OT The TraTerniTy was under The leadership OT Bill l-linman, a reTurned veT.
Five acTive brOThers carried on The duTies OT The group unTil "rushing" when
Ten pledges were gained. WiTh The reTurn OT Two brOThers Trom The service,
Bill Hinman and Mcliall Kerbey, The number OT members was brOughT TO I7.
The TirsT semesTer The ATO house was leased To a privaTe Tamily, and during
The second semesTer The house served as a boys' dorm. A suiTe OT rooms
lOcaTed on Chambersburg sTreeT were reTained by The TraTerniTy Tor meeTing
The ATOS were righT in The "swing OT Things" where campus acTiviTies
were concerned. l-linman, presidenT OT The TraTerniTy, was also a member OT
lvlen's Tribunal. The Sages claimed Two ATOS, Bob Nale and Bob l-loolc.
Holding down The vice-presidency OT The TraTerniTy Tor TirsT semesTer was
Bob STernaT who was also The TraTerniTy's member OT The campus senaTe.
The GeTTysburg chapTer welcomes lvlclzall Kerbey, a TransTer Trom WashingTon
and Lee College, Kerbey served as a volunTeer ambulance driver in Europe.
During his TirsT Term on campus, he was AdverTising Manager Tor The GeTTys-
burgian. The aThleTe OT The organizaTiOn was Dick EnTwisle. Diclc was on The
soccer Team and The Tennis Team. Paul Luebbe, who was SecreTary, was
manager OT The Freshman debaTe Team.
The iniTiaTiOn OT and a bangueT Tor The pledges was held on January I3.
Dr. Zinn, who acTed as Treasurer Tor The chapTer during The war years, con-
Tinued TO hold ThaT OTTice.
The rosTer OT ATO's was greaTly increased by bOTh reTurning broThers
and pledges. There were nine brOThers: Dick Lower, Bill Grove, Bob Alber,
l-loward ResTin, Ed l-liggison, Bill Liebel:necT, Fred C-3eisTer, Ray Lukenbaugh,
and Bob FOrTenbaugh. Ten men were pledged and soon aTTer a pledge parTy
was held in Their honor aT LiTTlesTOwn.
Firsf Row: Ray, Lewis, Wolfe, Hari, Mara. Second Row: Erhardf, Biemiller, Amafucci, Mearns, Arnold
Third Row: Smifh, Efshied, Annus, Schoenbrodt, Robison,
AT The beginning oT The war days, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, as all TraTerniTies
on campus, Tound many OT iTs men going inTo The armed Torces. AT The
beginning of The I944 Tall semesTer, S.A.E. was leTT wiTh Two broThers. LaTer
in The Term The Two broThers leTT Tor The service. and Thus The chapTer be-
came inacTive. WiTh The reTurn OT some of The broThers Trom The armed
Torces, The local chapTer ended iTs year and a halT oT inacTive sTaTus. AT
The beginning oT The second semesTer, There were I5 broThers and Two
pledges. The I5 broThers were all veTerans who had leTT school in February
During iTs TirsT posT-war year, S.A.E. was under The able guidance oT
Presidenf Bob Wolfe. Two broThers, EhrharT and l'larT, gained places on The
baslceTball Team. Among The reTurning broThers were Ray, Lewis, and Black-
wood who were members oT The '42 TooTball Team.
The GeTTysburg chapTer oT Sigma Alpha Epsilon was Tounded in 1838.
This chapTer was The TirsT To be organized above The Mason-Dixon line.
S.A.E. is The largesT naTional Greek-leTTer TraTerniTy in The naTion, also having
more chapTers Than any oTher TraTerniTy.
The chapTer house, locaTed on Lincoln avenue. Was used as a privaTe resi-
dence and also as a dorm Tor boys. BeTore The '47 Tall Terms begin, The
house shall have been compleTely remodeled Tor TraTerniTy purposes.
Much crediT is due To The chapTer Tor iTs marvelous revival aTTer The war
days, and iT is needless To say ThaT The campus was glad To see S.A.E. resume
iTs old place in The rosTer of TraTerniTies aT GeTTysburg.
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First Row: Shook, Aurand, Logan, Klos, Neal. Second Row: Knorr, Fink, Miller, Picking, Bowers, L'ee. Third
Row: Hemperly, Gofwald, Wedaa, Hamme, Hicks. Fourih Row: Shusier, Brandenburg, Choqueiie. Fifih Row:
Waldkoenig, Kramp, Bahrenberg.
AT The beginning oT The Tall Term, The Rho DeuTeron chapfer oT The Phi
Sigma Kappa TraTerniTy Tound iTselT wiTh I8 broThers, wiTh Tour oT Them be-
ing veTs. During The "rushing" season, They pledged eighT neophyTes. WiTh
The broThers and pledges, The number oT Phi Sigs was broughT To 24 mem-
bers, which made The TraTerniTy one oT The largesT on campus. AT The end
oT The second semesTer, Phi Sigma Kappa compleTed iTs 2lsT year on The
GeTTysburg campus. N
Holding down The Top posiTion oT The TraTerniTy was Bob Logan. Bob was
also a member oT The Track Team and The Sages. Moving To The "Angel
FacTory" in February was ArT Neal who was vice-presidenT of The Pre-
MinisTerial AssociaTion. Prank Klos, an ex-GJ., was The ediTor oT This year's
SPECTRUM and sporTs ediTor oT The GeTTysburgian. He was also chosen
as an ouTsTanding Junior. ln TKA, The riaTional honorary TraTerniTy Tor debaT-
ing, The TraTerniTy was represenTed by Cal Bowers and Paul Kramp. ln addi-
Tion To being a member oT The debaTe Team, Kramp was an associaTe ediTor
OT The SPECTRUM and a member oT The GeTTysburgian ediTorial sTaTT. l-lubie
Brandenburg was The phoTographic ediTor Tor This issue oT The yearbook.
During The TirsT semesTer The Phi Sigs welcomed back Tour broThers Trom The
service. They were Bob T-lemperly, Joe ShusTer, Paul Trump, and Frank Klos.
FirsT semesTer, a weekend parTy was given in honor oT The pledges and
The reTurned veTs. The TirsT was a Tormal, and The second nighT a pledge
parTy was held aT Osaga Lodge. This year The Phi Sig house was used by
The DG. girls, and The TraTerniTy mainTained rooms on Carlisle sTreeT whore
The meeTings ThroughouT The year were held.
During The second semesTer The gavel oT leadership was placed in The
hands of "l:umT" Klos while Dick Shook and l-lubie Brandenburg were vice-
presidenT and secreTary respecTively. Charles Gruber, Julius TondaT, John
DepTer, Charles Williams, James GraeTe, Dale DeardorT, and Norman Cessna
were The seven broThers who reTurned Trom The service. The Phi Sig aggrega-
Tion was also boosTed by seven more pledges. During The Tounder's day
weekend in March an alumni bangueT and reunion was held on campus.
Firsf Row: Anderson, Snyder, Hourz. Second Row: Aungsr, Scherch, Becker, Renninger, Third Row: Van
Riper, Bowers. Fourfh Row: Warrenfelfz, Mafhieu, Barr.
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Psi chapTer oT The Tau Kappa Epsilon TraTerniTy was Tounded on The
GeTTysburg campus in I92O which was 2I years aTTer The Tounding oT The
TraTerniTy in IS99. This year, as in previous war years, The TKE house was
leased To a privaTe Tamily. The TKEs mainTained rooms on Carlisle sTreeT,
and They were The siTe oT The group meeTings. Leadership Tor The TirsT se-
mesTer was in The hands oT Ken Gilmour.
The beginning oT The Tall Term Tound The TraTerniTy wiTh seven acTives. Four
pledges were added during The "rushing,"' 'and'This3gaveT The TraTerniTy1a
subsTainTial number To carry on plans Tor The making oT a beTTerfTKE in posT-
Gilmour, a pre-medical sTudenT, was also assisTanT manager oT The baslceT-
ball Team. The only reTurned broTher during The TirsT sernesTer was Russ
AungsT who served as a navigaTor in The l5Th Air Force. Serving as vice-
presidenT Tor The organizaTion was Bill Synder who was also a member OT
The Sages. The greaTesT boosTer To The TraTerniTy was Kenny l-louTz, and he
served in The capaciTy OT chaplain. Kenny was a member oT The GeTTys-
burgian, The Sages, and The Campus SenaTe. l-Iarold Anderson reTained his
posiTion as manager oT The loaslceTball Team. He was secreTary OT The .lF.C.,
and he was a member oT The "TaculTy" oT The booksTore deparTmenT. Don
Beclcer, one oT The newer broThers, spenT much oT his Time in geTTing news
Tor The GeTTysburgian.
The local chapTer conTinued To prinT iTs newspaper, Psi Press, which was
senT To The alumni oT The chapTer. During TirsT semesTer, The annual pir-
roasT was held in honor oT The pledges.
ReTurning service men in The second halT oT The school year were Bob
Graham, Jim Allen, Holger and l-loward Rasmussen, George lVloTTer, and
Franlc STewarT. Two OT The ex-G.l.'s held The Two Top oTTices oT The chapTer.
They were George MoTTer, presidenT, and l-loward Rasmussen, vice-presidenT.
The chapTer was successTul in obTaining I2 pledges. ln TraTerniTy acTiviTies,
The TKE's held a semi-Tormal dance.
First Row: Ries, Perry, Tome. Second Row: Sheeiz, German, Kessler.
The new school year Tound The KDRs wiTh Tive acTive broThers and wiTh
plenTy oT spiriT. Leading The TraTerniTy Through iTs TirsT posT-war year was
Ed Perry. The Kappa DelTa Rho TraTerniTy was organized on May I7, l905
aT Middlebury College, Middlebury, VermonT. From This Time The organiza-
Tion spread unfil iT now has 20 chapTers ThroughouT The naTion, and The Pi
chapTer oT Kappa DelTa Rho was inauguraTed aT GeTTysburg College on
January I4, l928.
Besides serving as prexy, Perry was also presidenT oT The Pre-MinisTerial
AssocaiTion and manager OT The men's varsiTy debaTe Team, He was also
one OT The Three KDRs which The soccer Team claimed. CapTain oT The soccer
Team was Gene Ries who is very acTive in inTramural sporTs on campus. Two
more broThers who can be classed as sporTsmen are Neal Garman and Dick
Tome. Garman, a Traclcman, Tool: Third place in broad jumping aT The '45
Middle ATlanTics. Tome was caTcher on The '45 baseball Team. The KDRs
boasT ThaT There are no broThers minus his pin in spiTe oT The TacT ThaT Bob
Kesseler, The Third soccer player, is engaged.
Being made up oT sporTsmen, The TraTerniTy had a sTrong Team in The
TooTball loop. The organizaTion was one OT The Three Teams ThaT Tied Tor
TirsT place. Ries and Kessler was a combinaTion which could noT be sTopped.
ln spiTe oT small numbers, The TraTerniTy conTinued To publish iTs alumni
bulleTin, Pi PosT, which was senT To all of The alumni oT The local chap-
Ter. ln honor oT The pledges, a pledge parTy was held aT Osaga Lodge in
To sTarT oTT The second semesTer, The chapTer held elecTions in which
WalTon WolTe was named presiclenT, while Gene Reis sTepped inTo The shoes
oT The vice-presidency. J. W. SmiTh, Bob Trewella, and Wolfe were Those
broThers who reTurned from The armed Torces as one new pledge was added
To The rosTer. The KDRs held a weekend shindig aT The College cabin as
The inTegral parT oT Their social program.
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Firsf Row: Bauserman, Borsfel, Uehling, Tomsuden, Spreen. Second Row: Greiman,j Pafferson, Hess, Cromer.
Third Row: Mickely, Conti. Fourfh Row: Buller, Rubin, Kirschn'er, Rauscheberger.
The TheTa-Pi chapTer oT The Lambda Chi Alpha TraTerniTy made iTs TirsT
appearance on The GeTTysburg campus in l9I8 as The Phi Sigma local TraTer-
niTy, which laTer became a chapTer oT The TheTa Kappa Nu. ln I939, TheTa
Kappa Nu and Lambda Chi Alpha uniTed on a larger naTional scale.
During The TirsT semesTer, Henry Tomsuden handled The gavel which was
Turned over To Carl Uehling Tor The second semesTer. Carl was one oT The
more ardenT lovers oT The group, and he wasTed no Time in losing his pin
aT The beginning OT The year. IT Carl couldn'T be Tound in The D.G. house,
one was lilcely To Tind him in The GeTTysburgian oTTice beaTing ouT The news.
Bill Bauserman, arT ediTor oT The SPECTRUM, served in The secondary posiTion.
A conTagious laugh meanT ThaT Fred Spreen, wiTh his rosy cheeks, was
near. Fred was always The liTe oT The parTy, and he was old "money-bags"
Tor The TraTerniTy. To uphold The idea ThaT "brains" are absenT-minded,
There was Dick PaTTerson who made a good iob oT proving This accepled
idea. l-lis belongings could be Tound in everyones room excepT his own.
AusTin l-less and Bob Rubin were The debaTors oT The broThers, boTh being
on The men's varsiTy Team. The duTies oT The vice-presidenT of The S.C.A.
were vesTed in broTher Jerry BorsTel, who was also liTerary ediTor of The
This year The Lambda Chi house was occupied by The girls OT Chi Alpha
Sigma, and meeTings were held in rooms in Town. ParTies were given by The
Chi Alpha girls Tor The broThers ThroughouT The year. During The year, The
TraTerniTy conTinued To publish The TheTa-Piper regularly.
l:raTerniTy acTiviTies were many during The second semesTer. A Tormal
dance was held, and The "lovers" oT The chapTer suTTered when a sTag parTy
was held aT Laurel Lalce. I-lerman lv1elloT, Jack Berger, Andy l-lislop, Al
SchwarTz, Bill EverharT, and George MarTin were Lambda Chis who reTurned
To campus. The Lambda Chi ranlcs were increased greaTly by The pledging
oT I3' pledges. WiTh a change oT TraTerniTy oTTicers Uehling was selecTed
as The prexy and Gerry BorsTel as The vice-head.
Firsf Row: Ishmael, Bernheisel, Beharry, Gobbel, Schmilihenner. Second Row: Slrube, Slifer, Arenfz, Loree,
Wrighf, Carl. Third Row: Gallion, Hife, Hill, Fisher, Weirick. Fourlh Row: Olsen, Healy.
Phi Kappa Rho sTarTed The year wiTh nine acTive broThers and wiTh plenTy
oT confidence oT a successTul year. The Phi Kaps made Their TirsT appearance
on campus in T923 as The CriTerion Club which became a local TraTerniTy
in I929. ln I932, There was a merger oT The Phi Kappa Rho TraTerniTy and
The STar Club which was Tounded in I876.
During The TirsT semesTer, The TraTerniTy was guided by PresidenT AI Be-
harry. AI was a member oT The ScepTical ChymisT and a good boosTer OT
The TraTerniTy average. Sam SchmiTThenner and "Bomber" Slifer, our boys
Trom India, were on The soccer Team. The pholrographer of The group was
John Loree who helped on The "picTure-Taking" oT This annual. "FoT," "l
Don'T WanT To SeT The World on Fire," Olsen was voTed The broTher who
desired mosT To become a lover and The mosT likely noT To succeed in doing
so. The old man of The TraTerniTy, John Bernheisel, messed himselT up when
he losT a diamond somewhere in York-buT he loves her. Dick Ishmael proved
To be a WORTHY Treasurer. Dick's arnbiTion is To pracTice medicine in
lndia, and everyone hopes ThaT he will be a beTTer MD. Than he is an ar-
guer. Mike l-lummel and Don Gallion are The Two broThers which The TraTer-
niTy welcomed back. Rog Gobbel served as Gallion's pin-inspecTor each
Time Don wenT To Ballrimore.
For The TirsT Time since pre-war Times. The TraTerniTy held iTs annual alumni
banqueT which was a big success in spiTe oT Traveling diTTiculTies. The annual
ChrisTmas dance was held aT The l'-loTel GeTTysburg. MeeTings were held
in GlaTTelTer Hall as The TraTerniTy house was leased To a privaTe Tamily.
ReTurning To The campus aTTer serving wiTh The armed Torces were Three
broThers: Roland Kime, Bill Yingling, and George Weirick. One pledge was
obTained during "rushing," 6eTTing back inTo iTs pre-war acTiviTies, The
chapTer prinTed The TraTerniTy newspaper, The Rho-I I. Also, a parTy in The
aTTernoon and an inTormal dance was held one SaTurday in May.
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Chi Omega was The TirsT naTional sororiTy on
The campus. The naTional organizaTion was
founded aT The UniversiTy of Arkansas in l895.
Since ThaT Time, The number oi chapTers esTab-
lished ToTaI 98. The colors oT Chi Omega are
cardinal and sTrawg The whiTe carnaTion is iTs
E AT Thanksgiving, The Chi Os wenT ouT To The
Adams CounTy l-lome and held a parTy for The
women There. "Frozen Frolic," one of The nicesT
ChrisTmas dances we've had, was held on De-
cember 8. The unusual decoraTions TeaTured Jaclc
FrosT and Snowman's land. The music was Tur-
nished by Red McCarThy's band.
Again The acTiviTies cup was awarded To us.
Ancl we can'T TorgeT To menTion all Those vicTories
in soTTball. ln TacT, we came ouT undeTeaTed,
unscarred and on Top.
MarTy MarTin, as prexy, is George's Sigma Chi
SweeThearT . . . vice-presidenT, Grace Fryberger,
wroTe Tor The GeTTysburgian . . . Lois EngleharT,
recorded our minuTes and represenTed us aT
SenaTe . . . PeTe Fish, our Treasurer, is The SweeT-
hearT oT Phi Sigma Kappa . . .Alice Zimmerman,
The house's pracTical iolcer, insTrucTed our pledges
. . . and Grace Fisher, as chapTer correspondent
is Tiny in sTaTure buT big in hearT,
Mary Appleby brings beauTy honors To Chi
Omega . . . our Threesome in l-luber, Doris
Flaussman, PeTe Spayd, and Mimi Brace, lcepT
us sTepping wiTh Their pep and good spiriT . . .
The Brubaker sisTers, Meb and Caren, were new
To our group This year . . . Barb ChalTonT, one
oT The ouTsTanding Juniors, spenT her Time Teach-
ing biology To Freshmen . . . Carold Denz is our
Tall, glamorous model . . . Joyce Dixon and
Marilyn SheTTer were always ready To lend a
helping hand . . . PaTTy Drew was presidenT OT
The Sages . . . Gini Eschbach, our social chair-
man, was always having man Trouble . . . Jean
Ferguson, a chem major, could be Tound sTarring
on The hoclcey Tield.
KaThy Kiely's hearT and soul lay in The GeTTys-
burgian . . . Jane Ann l.illich is our TuTure MD
. . . PaT Malone, Pan-Hell prexy, plans her TuTure
wiTh John . . . Nina Mizell represenTed us in
STudenT Council . . . Phyl Moser has her head
in The clouds wiTh Chiclcen . . . Janice OuTram
has Phi BeTe poTenTialiTies in German-French-
Spanish . . . Phyl SchwarTz, a good worlcer, lives
in Town . . . Jane Spangler is proud To wear
Firsl' Row: Bergen, L. Trumpeier, Dixon, Fisher, Moser, R, Zimmerman, Spavd, C Brubaker. Second Row: Kiely,
Malone, Appleby, Mrs. Dean, A. Zimmerman, Frybergar ivice-presidenil Fish, Engleharf, Mizell, Drew, M.
Trurnpeier, Dreier. Third Row: Wickersham, Ferguson, Brace, Chalfonr, Denz, Marrin ipresidenfl, Haabesfad,
Oulram, Lillich, Tobler, Burneii. Fourlh Row: Schwarfz, Haussrnan, Snyder, Sfauifer, Weniz, Shaffer, Eschbach,
M. E. Brubaker, Spangler, Padgefl. ,
lhe Phi Deli shield and is a beaury queen no
less . . . Rene Siauiier, Sophomore class hisrorian,
was also secreiary of WAA . . . Toby really has
whai ii lakes when ii comes io cloihes and
capruring Jack . . . Lou Trumpeier, 'rhe girl wiih
ihe beauliiul, naiural blond hair, is our cheer-
leader . . . Mariy Trumpeier, our iulure school
Teacher, was our capable precepiress . . . when
ir comes +o dramarics, Sue Wenrz ialces lhe
lead . . . Bobbie Wickersham, our debuianie,
plans a business career . . . Rachel Zimmerman,
vice-presideni of her class wears The pin oi Phi
Sig . . . Margie Buoy was our maih quiz-kid.
Mrs. Dean was our compelenr and gracious
housernorher . . . Ah, yes . . . here come lhe
pledges . . . firsr oi all, we have ihose Two
dashing lassies who were always found logeiher,
Millie l-laabesiad and Nancy Dreier . . . Ginny
Bergen, sisier of our former prexy, is really iops
. . . Marian Menchey, a iown lass, spenr mosl'
ol: her iirne in The office . . . Marilyn Burnerl
shows promises of becoming a Phi Bere girl . . .
Doris Snyder lcepl ihe mail man busy bringing
her leiiers from all Jrhose men . . . and Karhy
Padgeri wiih a cheery "hello" for everyone, lived
AAAAA AAMAAA- A
DelTa Gamma was Tounded 72 years ago in
The small college Town oT OxTord, Mississippi.
IT has been eighT years now since GeTTysburg
congraTulaTed The BeTa Lambdas as newly-
iniTiaTed DelTa Gammas. The colors oT DelTa
Gamma are bronze, pink, and blueg The Tlower
is a cream-colored rose.
The Dee Gee "wreck" room became The hang-
ouT oT many sociable young maids and men, buT
believe iT or noT, we did sTudy There occasionally.
Our ChrisTmas dance, ChrisTmas Jingle, was held
in The sTrangely TransTormed "wreck" room. Bill
Jones orchesTra Turnished The music. The ChrisT-
mas Anchor was enThroned in green pine This
year. During The year, we had a song-geT-
TogeTher wiTh The Chi Omegas and Phi Mus,
and exchanged some oT our songs wiTh Them.
Again, The sororiTy was puT in Top place scholas-
Tically wiTh The awarding oT The scholarship cup.
The annual iniTaTion banqueT was held in March.
Prexy Mur Sassaman served on The STudenT
Council and Pan-Hell and Tried To keep The
D.G.'s under hand . . . vice-presidenT J. A. Miller
organized and headed The scholarship sub-
commiTTee . . . Peggy Curry managed The iob
OT presidenT oT The Junior Class as well as kepT
our minuTes . . . Vivian Wickey collecTed The
"monya" and presided over The SCA . . . and
EsTher Kenyon spenT her Time wriTing leTTers
when she wasn'T busy ediTing The 6eTTysburgian
. . . Ellie STroehmann, our pledge misTress, lead
. ,.:::g:- .A i -.,j-M, ,-
A The Women's STudenT GovernmenT . . . Presi-
denT oT Women's AThleTic Council, Fran BanTley,
was charm chairman in charge oT making The
Joy Nelson, hisTorian, arranged debaTes Tor
Wemon's DebaTe Council . . . Too bad we can'T
Tell you Barb Graybill's liTTle secreTs, buf she
sure kepT us hilarious This year . . . Josey TiTTle
and Peggy Mayer did a good iob oT capTuring
The pledges as well as keeping up Their scholasTic
averages . . . laughing Junie Viall kepT The sTu-
denT cheering secTion pepoy as head cheerleader
. . , DOT Palmer kepT us upon The very laTesT
in sTudenT Teaching . . . and her roommaTe,
'Bones" RaThbone, helped us all enTerTain The
SAE's . . . The Tiles are now in perTecT order,
Thanks To Lee Miller . . . Midge Enes Tried To
keep us coeds peddling our bikes around-good-
ness knows, our waisT lines didn'T suTTer Trom
ThaT . . . philosopher and debaTer, Jean Knisely,
TascinaTed us wiTh her dimples . . . one good
reason To aTTend chapel was To lisTen To organisT
and pianisT Mickey McCarney . . . Two good
plays, Phyl Fraleigh and Nan Pyle, kepT us up
on our aThleTics . . . RuTh Erb Tound Time Tor
a "couple hands" oT her TavoriTe game each
day by arranging sTudies and acTiviTies inTo a
schedule . . . and The always To be counTed on
"TourTh Tor bridge" was RuTh's roommaTe, KaThie
Newcomer . . . Helen WalTz was one girl we
e.-eg. .4-Ag niggas,
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FirsT Row: Kniscly, Rathbone, Eckrran, Heim, Haqy, Snyder, HagcrTy, Second Row: Palmer, J. Nelson, E.
Slroehmann, V. Wickey, J. A. Miller lvice-prcsidcnij, Curry, Kenyon, Mrs. Boyson, Banlley, llgen, Third Row:
Graybill, WalTz, Mumma, L. Miller, Viall, Erb, Sassaznan lpresidenll, TiTTle, C, Sfroehmann, Minnich, E. Nelson,
WhiTloclc, Fourlh Row: Fraleigh, Grogan, Holman, C. Wickey, Erdley, Enes, McCarney, Pyle, Mayer, M. L.
could always counT on Tor a lasT minuTe Typing
job and a ready smile . . . and we were rep-
resenTed in l-luber l-lall by Diz Snyder, Viv WhiT-
lock, and Anne llgen, all Three oT whom moved
To The house during The TirsT semesTer . . . and
Tinally The Three some, Al l-leim, Bea Eclcman,
and BeTh l-lolman, who always dragged us down
To The piano Tor a singing session.
Now, we proudly inTroduce our pledges. Anna
Mae Mumma, pledge class secreTary, made her
Pennsylvania DuTch expressions all The rage . . .
"Sandy" Miller wenT around sniTTling, "CaliTornia
was never lilce This" . . . BeTTy Minnich livened
up any geT-TogeTher wiTh her humorous cracks
. . . Lucy Erdley was oTTered a pair of sTilTs so
she could conTinue her career as a baslceTball
guard . . . Flossy Mayer had an inTimaTe ac-
quainTance wiTh a TracTion splinr, Thanlcs To ThaT
horse . . . Gail Grogan blossomed ouT inTo quiTe
an arTisT, as well as pledge class Treasurer . . .
Janice l-lagy lcepT sTeady company wiTh a Phi
Gam sweeThearT pin, plus whaT gave iT To her
. . . Mary l-laggerTy brighTened up physical
Ed classes by providing piano accompanimenT
Tor The exercises . . . Char Wiclqey came To G-
burg The lasT, buT noT The leasT, oT The Wickey's
. . . Carol STroehr'nann had her hands Tull hand-
ling The aTTairs OT STevens l-lall as iTs presidenT
. . , Enid Nelson, pledge class presidenT, knocked
herselT ouT running up and down The hoclcey
We will always Thinlc OT and Thanlc Mrs. Boy-
son, our dear housemoTher, who has wonderTully
helped us wiTh our problems, been a perTecT
hosTess, and made us The happiesT of DelTa
BeTa Pi, Phi Mu's youngesT chapTer, looks To
a sTrong naTional organizaTion which represenTs
The second oldesT sororiTy in The counTry, having
been Tounded aT Wesleyan College, Macon,
Georgia, in l852. Complying wiTh Phi Mu's
high ideal, The GeTTysburg group inauguraTed
The Tall semesTer by pledging I5 oT The TinesT
coeds in The Freshman class. The neophyTes
soon capTured ThaT Phi Mu spiriT and Threw all
eTTorTs inTo making dolls which were disTribuTed
To The Negro children who were guesTs aT a
ChrisTmas parTy given by The sororiTy. The
colors oT Phi Mu are rose and whiTe: The Tlower
is The pink carnaTion. AT head oT The Phi Mu
household was Mrs. Lola Poole, who The girls
aTTecTionaTely called Their "G-burg Mommy!"
Phi Mu Chris+mas dance, STarry NighT, was
given a background oi sparkling and Twinkling
sTars. Joe Wiley and his band helped make The
dance a huge success.
Doris Glenn, who guided BeTa Pi Through her
second year on campus, was selecTed Tor "Who's
Who" and represenTed The group in SenaTe . . .
To Vice-PresidenT Eleanor Breneman we say, "Big-
ger and beTTer conquesTsl"-ThaT complex ro-
mance problem sure has us worried . . . RuTh
Miller, chairman of The graduaTion day cere-
monies. kepT The records oT The sororiTy meeTings
. . . Pan-Hell represenTaTive, BeTsy Robinson,
managed our debiTs and crediTs . . . Marilyn
Bauer, anoTher oT our "Who's Who" girls, was
a swell big sisTer To all The girls in The TirsT
pledge class oT BeTa Pi . . . every day aT I2:I5
we Tound Ellen Kammerer dashing To The high
school, or, you Too can be a Teacher . . . soror-
iTy acTiviTies were reporTed To Phi Mu's naTional
magazine by Connie Douglas, who also kepT
The secreTarial records oT The Sages . . . l-lelen
BernsTorT made an aTTracTive nurses' aide . . .
Norma Def-3heTTo kepT us in The soorTs' lime-
lighT during her Tour years in college.
"Allan's coming To see me This weekend!" was
Kay Markle's TavoriTe saying . . . one oT our
preTTiesT Seniors was Mary Lou Seiber, who
appeared as The cuTe, bewildered Frosh in The
Freshmen recepTion pageanT . . , DoTTie Buhner,
our beauTiTul brain child, TaughT a lap-Tull iso
sorry, we mean lab-Tulll oT physics sTudenTs . . .
vivacious Ginny l.eedom's passions were Heaven
ScenT perTume and Norrie . . . Trom souTh of
The border came our likeable SenioriTa, Miki
Senior . . . our demure Sally WolTe proved Thai
news scoops and romance go hand in hand . . .
live-wire l-Tank Yingling elecTriTied us all wiTh
her SaTurday nighT pracTical iokes . . . Budge
BooTh was a swimming enThusiasT and a news-
hound . . . Audrey Cummin, debaTer, shouTed
Tor ioy every Time she saw a Bergen CounTy,
A 3, Air
Firsl Row: Fuss, Yingling, Buhner, Leeclorn, Lanko, Wolfe, Gellys. Second Row: Douglas, Sielzier, DeG-hello,
Mill El hbcr r Br ernan vice sid nl Robinson Mr P l Kamnerer Bauer Third Row' Senior
er, c ge , en l 'pre e J, , s. oo e, , . . ,
Ehrmann, Pluck, Bernslorl, Boollw, Glenn lpresidenll, Veriable, l-leilman, Cummin, Schafer, MacRilchie, Ecker.
Fourlh Row: Waller, l-lamme, Harris, Walsh, Leilhold, Meeks, Faris, Serpico, Stevens, l-loops.
New Jersey aulo license . . . Dol Ehmann
pounded lhe pavemenls lor Gellysburgian ad-
verlisemenls . . . Peggy Elchberger worked SO
hard as pledge mislress Thar Kelly senl her his
army laligues . . . Aunl Emilie, beller known
oil lhe slage ser ol "Snalu" as Evie Pluck, held
her place on 'rhe Dean's honor roll . . . Meddy
"I Love ll Dearly" Meeks warmed our hearrs
wilh her radianl Personalily . . . Vivi Venable
walked +o Chambersburg lor a Turkey dinner
. . . Jay Yosl was proud of her diplomalic rela-
lions on lhe campus.
The limelighl now lurns lo lhe pledges. Millie
Waller was always ready lo lend The proverbial
helping hand . . . Gloria Ecker, a rown girl, wears
a Phi Sig pin . . . Sara Jean Fuss lell her hearl
in Reislerslown . . . Jeanne Faris hails from
The nalion's capilal . . . Jeanne Walsh was our
Lone Ranger from Aughinbaugh , . . Dorolhy
l-lamme "la pelile iolie lille" has peaches and
cream complexion . . . Joanne Serpico from
Red Bank, New Jersey, is a iivesler from way
back . . . Dollie Leilhold was presidenl of lhe
pledge class . . . Rulh Hoops was secrelary-
lreasurer of lhe pledge class and a candidale for
beauly queen . . . Jean Srevens has "gobs
ol love lor lhe Navy" . . - PGQIQY SGHYS Was
our graceful dancer . . . Clara Mae Schafer
was our "Sweel and Lovely" gal . . . Marge
Macliilchie hails from Niagara Falls , . . Jane
l-larris is crally wilh lhe needle . . . Jane l'leil-
man was our famous equeslrian.
CHI llllll Sllilllll - - ---1
Chi Alpha Sigma is lhe women's local soror-
ily on Gellysburg. Prior lo ils acceplance as a
local sororily on January l8, I946, Chi Alpha
Sigma was a social club lor non-sororily women.
The colors ol lhe Chi Alphs are blue and
yellow: lhe flowers are lhe yellow rose and
lorgel-me-nol. The highlighl ol lhe year was
lhe Chrislmas lormal held on lhe 8lh ol De-
cember. The decoralions cenlered around lhe
lheme "Sanla's Paradise" and were exceplionally
clever. During lhe year, also, eighl girls were
inilialed in Chi Alph.
Mrs. Dealrick, lhe housemolher lor lhe Chi
Alpha Sigmas, was loved and apprecialed by
all lhe girls. Mrs. Dealrick helped lead lhis
group lhrough a successful year.
Evangeline Guss held lhe mallel as prexy ol
lhe Chi Elves . . . Nurses' aid, Carol Poldevin,
ranked as vice-presidenl . . . Grace Slerner kepl
all records ol ollicial procedures . . . Rhoda
Esrig, quiel and always ready lo help, carried
on lhe correspondence ol Chi Alph . . . Ruby
Michael knew her malh and proved il by looking
aller lhe money bags and accounl books . . .
Helen Slill lound lime lo keep lhe hislory ol
Chi Alph up lo dale and lo keep Jay happy
. . Mary Turner ruled as pledge mislress.
Rulh Sliler plans lo leach school in India . . .
Anna Marlin and Calherine Lewis joined lorces
and served as "rushing" chairmen . . . Margarel
Graele kepl lhe Chi Elves singing in her capacily
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Brclfschneidcr, White, Brilcher.
as chorisler . . . Eleanor Sullzbach, scholarship
chairman, was "lop boss" of Jrhe Sceplical
Chemisls . . . Calherine Tompkins was a "cuH'er-
upper" in Jrhe analomy lab . . . lvlargorie Gris-
singer always mel Lulher and carried The Chi
Alph mail lo Glalfeller . . . Dorolhy While was
lhaf peppy Chi Alph who always gol 'rhings
done . . . Belly Brilcher was always around wilh
a smile and willingness +o help . . . Marian Todd
look up pholo-finling as a hobby . .Y . Dorolhy
Brua was The Chi Alph aclress in "Blilhe Spirilu
. . . Margarel Eichman, Evelyn File, and Rulrh
Wood gained Those ruddy complexlions from
exlra-curricular physical ed aclivilies . . . Evelyn
Guss, known as Gussie, Jr., ran a close second
io Dr. Shaffer in punning . . . Doris Slefler is
one ellicienl' wielder of drawing ulensils.
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With about four years of restricted, under-par, and
touch-and-go athletic competition at Gettysburg now a
thing for the memory, sports enthusiasts are preparing
themselves, spiritually and materially, tor a post-war boom
in all sports at G-Burg, Football, wrestling. tennis, golfing,
and to a lesser degree baseball, basketball and soccer, have
been sports kept under wraps by war-time restrictions. But
now that young men with capable bodies and eager minds
are once again spilling all over this campus, we can be sure
that the dust of unuse that has covered Gettysburg's inter-
collegiate and intramural athletics will be quickly swept
Sounding the key-note for this triumphant return to a full
and sparkling program of "big-time" athletic competition
is the "Little Brown Bucket." This handsome silver ma-
hogany bucket is a material symbol of success resulting from
intense and spirited competition between Gettysburg and
Dickinson colleges on the gridiron. Presented in l938 by
George H. Hummel and S, Walter Stauffer, members of
Gettysburg and Dickinson alumni groups respectively, this
trophy was annually awarded. in the years of pre-war com'
petition, to the winner of the Thanksgiving Day football game.
No college athletic program is complete without football
and no G-Burg football season is the "real-thing" unless the
"Little Brown Bucket" is under contention. Reposing in the
Eddie Plank Memorial Gymnasium since the last game be-
tween the two schools in I942 in which G-Burg was the
victor, the "Little Brown Bucket" has remained a symbol of
what was and what is to be.
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This year which is now rounding out at Gettysburg has
served to increase the tempo of competition iust so much
more than in the few preceding years. Soccer made its
return to the campus in the form of a four-game schedule,
and though the boys failed to capture a single victory,
the season served as a sounding-board for next year. Basket-
ball, always present even in the worst of the waretime years,
expanded into a I7-game program with opponents such
as Muhlenberg and Lafayette once again providing first-
class competition. A Il-6 record for this year's squad is
not too impressive, but nevertheless the scent of G-Burg's
former, high-caliber, basketball performance was in the air,
This spring we look forward to track and baseball as the
main events though complete plans for competition are still
lacking. Early in March spring football practice begins and
at that time "l-len" Bream will begin the hard task of lead-
ing his gridiron squads back to former supremacy,
Intramural activity in the various athletic fields will once
again be in full swing next year headed by fierce inter-
fraternity competition. This year for the first time in a few
years, interfraternity competition in touch football and
basketball was held. Owing to the greatly reduced size of
the individual houses this was impossible in the war years
with competition being effected by a pooling of available
men. ln the spring softball will undoubtedly be the by-
word of intramural athletics, and will inaugurate inter-
fraternity athletics in the first post-war year.
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Baffling againsf fhe odds of ine-cperience
and a fhree-year layoff, fhe Bullef soccer-
men played fhrough a winless season, los-
ing four games. A squad of 30 responded
fo Coach l-larfshorne's call for soccer, wifh
I7 having previous experience on fhe pifch.
Opening fhe season, af home on Ocfo-
ber I9, againsf a well-coached and ex-
perienced ouffif from Johns l-loplqins, fhe
Bafflefielders fired badly in fhe final
quarfer and dropped fhe game 5-3.
Counfering for 'rhe Bullefs were Ries,
Shively, and Schmiffhenner. Againsf fhe
Universify of Delaware in Newark, Dela-
ware, on fhe following weelcend, fhe local
boys fell aparf in fhe second half and
suffered fheir second sefbaclc by a score
Playing fheir besf game of The season
before a Homecoming crowd on Safurday,
November 3, The Bullefs were hosf 'ro fhe
Delaware Mudhens. Affer four regular
periods fhe Harfshornemen were nosed ouf
in 'rhe second overfime period, 2-I. Failure
fo capifalize on numerous scoring oppor-
funifies caused 'rhe Bulle+'s downfall. Con-
cluding a disappoinfing season, fhe Geffys-
burg soccermen fraveled To Balfimore,
where fhey mef fhe Blue Jays in a refurn
mafch. Unforfunafely fhe Bafflefielders
mef fhe Medicos affer Navy, 'rhe Easf's
mosf powerful soccer feam had handed fhe
Balfimoreans a crushing 7-I defeaf. ln a
revengeful mood Johns Hopkins soundly
frounced 'rhe l-larfshornemen 6-I. Nof
enough credif can be given fo fhe sen-
safional play of 'rhe Blue Jay's sfeller Cuban
cenfer-forward Nuenez, who falled six fimes
againsf us in fwo games.
Schmilrhenner, Mizell, Shively, Ehrharf, Slifer, Enlwisle
Manager Wrighl, Smi+h, Kessler, Buller, Reis, Rankin, Perry, Romlg
Sjrrube, Hough, Jesurum, Kerloy, Koch, Banlley, Fink Leidy, lshman
Manager Held, Coach Harfshorne
THE SEASII HEIIIIHII
. . . 33 Johns Hopkins .
. . . Og Delaware . .
. . Ig Delaware . .
. . lp Johns Hopkins .
Achon cenTers aboui G-Burg's goal wifh The Bullefs
figl1Ting To profecf Their lead.
AlThough The season was dishearTening,
There were several brighT lighTs on The local
horizon. "Slippery" Sam SchmiTThenner was
a consTanT scoring ThreaT in all The BulleT
games. The key cog of The GeTTysburg de-
fense was Dick EnTwisle, whose spiriT never
sagged and whose play was hard on oTTense
and deTense. ln Three of The Tour deTeaTs,
The BulleTs were all even wiTh Their opponenTs
aT The half buT badly TalTered in The Tinal
periods. This sag aTTer The half was due To
The lack OT condiTioning among The boys as
well as The lack oT adequaTe reserves and
manpower. Our defense ToughT hard buT had
a Tendency To relax aT a crucial momenT. OT-
Tensively The ball was handled raTher capably
unTiI pay-dirT was neared and Then There was
liTTle scoring punch. DespiTe a poor season,
Three of our piTchmen, Dick EnTwisle, Sam
SchmiTThenner, and Gene Reis received
second-sTring honors on The All STaTe Soccer
Team, selecTed by The coaches and oTTicials
of The Middle ATlanTic Conference.
Though an unTorTunaTe season, The exper-
ience gained This year will undoubTedly sTand
The BulleTs To good advanTage nexT season,
since nine sTarTers are due To reTurn.
Things aren'T going so well, eh boys7
CapTain Reis-sfar performer is a losing cause.
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Among lhose who play maior roles in
lhe games played by the Bullels are
lhose men leaiured on This page. "Ski"
Kaczlcowslci, offen referred lo as "Skeet-
er" for lhe darling manner in which he
covered lhe floor, was a high scoring
man and a very clever defensive player.
ln his iirsl year al' Gellyslourg "Slceeler"
proved his righl lo a varsily role early
in 'rhe season and sparked The ieam. on
more lhan one occasion lo viclory.
Dave Plank and Joe l-loward exempli-
fied smoolh ball handling and sharp-
shooling more Than once lo pull lhe
Bullels our of a Hgh? spof, Dave played
on 'rhe freshman learn in preewar days,
and despile a lriclc knee was a spark on
The leam with his long set shols, Joe
in his lirsl year al G-Burg came along
in line shape and gives promise of de-
veloping inlo lirsl-class baskelball ma-
Two hold-overs from war-lime years
were George Shepherd and Phil Mar-
lini, and borh had lheir say again in
lhe 'lirsl peace-lime season in a long
iime. Though neifher served as regulars
bolh George and Phil were called on
frequently when Coach Bream lhoughr il
necessary lo bosler his Team in a wealc
spell. G-eorge's courl slyle is charac-
Terized by heady playing, and Phil's by
hard aggressive affaclc.
These boys, along wilh Welliver and
Herr, formed 'rhe nucleus of lhe Bullels'
alraclc, and af limes The combinaiion
was capable of playing greal baslcelball,
while lhere were limes when ihings
looked prelfy bad, Such in-and-our per-
formance can be lraced in some degree
'ro inexperience and reorienlarion frou-
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ThreaTening To be a naTional kingpin aT The
very ouTseT oT The season, GeTTysburg's BulleTs
blazing baskeTbaIl comeT dwindled down To a
spark and The Team ended iTs season wiTh a
mediocre record oT I I wins and six losses. Open-
ing The season wiTh a closely conTesTed 47-42
win over an underdog ElizabeThTown Tive, The
Breammen Then journeyed To Reading where They
played an excellenT game and Trounced AlbrighT
by a 52-25 score. The Bullefs Then gained mo-
menTum wiTh each succeeding game as They
chalked up Tive consecuTive wins and were en-
ioying Their sTay among The seIecT group oT
undeTeaTed quinTeTs in The naTion. The boys
edged ouT JuaniaTa 44-43, and crushed WesTern
Maryland and Lehigh by scores oT 78-20, 6l-38
Faced wiTh The handicap of an exTremely small
Tloor aT LancasTer, G-Burg experienced a liTTle
Trouble in downing F 8: M: buT They managed To
do so and walked OTT The Tloor wiTh a 49-4I
vicTory. Again The Orange and Blue wenT oTT
on a scoring spree againsT Mechanicsburg Naval
Supply DepoT and when The ball had Tinished
swishing Through The hoop GeTTysburg Tound iT
had noTched iTs sevenTh consecuTive Triumph
The sTage was Then seT Tor The LaTayeTTe game
and all hopes were high when The BaTTleTielders
iourned To EasTon Tor Their encounTer wiTh a
sTrong LaTayeTTe quinTeT. The Leopards sTarTed
like a house on Tire and dropped in 25 poinTs
in The TirsT quarTer To gain a precious lead which
They never relinquished. Led by "Skee" Kac-
zkowski, who scored I8 poinTs, The local lads
ToughT hard and persisTenTly To proTecT Their
record, buT They were unable To overcome The
LaTayeTTe aTTack, and C5-Burg suTTered Their TirsT
Playing Their worsT game oT ball since The
opener, The Breammen eked ouT Bucknell's Bisons,
46-37. Journeying To BeThlehem Tor Their second
encounTer wiTh The Engineers from Lehigh,
GeTTysburg ouTscored Their opponenTs in every
period and coasTed To a 6l-40 Triumph. Going
inTo The nexT game wiTh a 9-I record, The BuIIeTs
Then Taced a greaT Muhlenberg Tive and suT-
Tered Their second seTback, 67-44.
AT This poinT The TorTunes oT The Orange and
Blue appeared To hiT a landslide and They were
able To win only Two ouT oT Their remaining six
games. The Breammen's Third deTeaT was suT-
Tered aT The hands oT Bucknell's Bisons, losing
44-36 in an excessively rough and Tumble con-
TesT. ATTer Taking Their previous encounTer by
a 49-4l counT, The BaTTleTieIders again Took The
measure oT F 8: lvI's DiplomaTs and easily won,
50-25. This vicTory was Tollowed by The mosT
Thrilling TilT oT The season, The LaTayeTTe game.
Led by Semko, who scored I6 poinTs, The EasTon
lads gained an early lead and were hard-pressed
unTil The very lasT Two minuTes when G-Burg
was wiThin one poinT oT Tying up The game, buT
The LaTayeTTe boys came Through wiTh six
counTers To emerge The vicTors, 47-4I.
GeTTysburg Then gained Their Tinal vicTory in
"Meb" is one of our cheerleaders who give The crowd someThing To cheer about
lhe besl game They played all season. The
locals subdued a fasl-moving LaSalle quinlel,
79-54, lo shaller lheir previous scoring record,
Again lhe mighl of Muhlenberg's Mules proved
loo much for The Bullels and They dropped lheir
fill' 56-34. The game slarled our wilh indica'
lions ol being a close conlesl as The lirsl quar-
ler leslilies: loul Gellysburg succumbed lo lhe
And so anolher baskelball season has drawn
lo a close and lhe games are bul memories. All
Gellyslourg looks forward lo nexl year in hopes
of again seeing a schedule packed wilh long
shols, lhrilling plays and lasl passes.
Gellysburg. .47: Elizabelhlown . . . .42
Gellysburg . . 525 Allorighl . . . . 25
Gellysburg . . 447 Juanila . . . . . 33
Gellyslourg . . 78, Weslern Md. . . . 20
Gellysburg . . 6lg Lehigh .... . . 38
Gellysburg . .491 F. 84 M ........ 4l
Gellyslourg . . 65: Mech'burg Naval Depol. 33
Gellyslourg . . 543 Lalayelle . .... . 59
Gellysburg. .465 Bucknell . . . .37
Gellysburg . . 6lg Lehigh . . . . . 40
Gellysburg . . 44: Muhlenberg . . . 67
Gellysburg . . 365 Bucknell . . . . . 44
Gellysburg . . 503 F. Sc M. . . . 25
Gellysburg . . 4lg Laliayelle . . . 47
Gellysburg . . 79: La Salle . . . . . 54
Gellysburg . . 34: Muhlenberg . . . 56
Gellysburg . . 427 Lebanon Valley . . . 54
BASKETBALL VARSITY ROSTER
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Under lhe sponsorship ol lhe Gellysburgian
an eighl-leam campus louch-loolball league was
lormed, composed ol lhe lollowing leams: Phi
Della Thela, Phi Gamma Della, Sigma Chi,
Kappa Della Rho, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Sigma
Kappa, Phi Kappa Rho, and Lambda Chi Alpha.
Compelilion was keen lhroughoul lhe aulumn
as each leam lielded lairly slrong aggregalions.
Slarling oll wilh a bang lhe Phi Dells and
KDR's were early season leaders. When lhe lwo
mel lhey ballled lo a bruising I2-I2 draw.
Playing lhe role ol lhe dark horse in lhe league
were lhe Phi Gams who slarled oll shakily,
dropping an I8-I2 encounler lo lhe Phi Dells
and lying lhe ATO's, I2-IZ. Aller lhis wobbly
slarl lhe Phi Gams swepl lhrough lo live
slraighl viclories including an I8-6 deleal ol
lhe speedy KDR's. This was lhe sole deleal ol
lhe season lor lhe KDR's. Aller lhis encounler
lhe Phi Dells incurred lheir onl deleal ol lhe
season, dropping a close I2-6 decision lo lhe
In lhe middle brackel ol lhe league were lhe
Sigma Chis, lhe ATO's, and lhe Phi Sigs, which
were almosl on a par wilh one anolher. Sigma
Chi had a .500 season, winning and losing lhree
games. Despile lwo losses lhe ATO's were al-
CAMPUS LEAGUE FINAL
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KDR . . . .7 5 I I
Phi Dell . . . .5 3 I I
sigma cha . . .6 3 3 o
ATO . . . .4 I 2 I
Phi sig . . . .4 I 3 o
Phi Kap . . . .5 I 4 o
Lambda Chi . . .4 O 4 O
ways a lhreal wilh lheir line passing allack, as
can be seen in lheir I2-I2 draw wilh lhe Phi
Gams. Equipped wilh several speedslers bul
lacking a polenl passing allack lhe Phi Sigs
likewise had a slrong leam despile lheir several
Bringing up lhe rear end ol lhe league were
lhe Phi Kaps and Lambda Chis, which, allhough
ollen bealen, loughl spiriledly and liercely. As
lhe season closed a virlual lhree-way lie exisled
belween lhe Phi Dells, Phi Gams, and KDR's,
each leam sullering only one deleal. These
leams clearly were lhe class ol lhe league.
On December I2. an innovalion, a posl season
"All Slar Game" was held belween lwo six-man
leams selecled by lhe caplains ol each leam in
lhe league. On lhe one leam were Mac Kerby
and Lulher Sliler al lhe lerminal posls, Dick
Tome al cenler, and Dick Beaver, Tom Rankin
and Bob Kessler al lhe backlield posls, For
lhe olher leam lhe ends were manned by Bob
Kessler and AI Calvin. Slarling al lhe pivol posl
was Dick Romig, wilh lhe backlield assignmenls
being carried oul by Bill McGaw, Harry Row-
land and Phil Marlini. Displaying a slrong
passing allack lhe lirsl menlioned leam de-
lealed lhe laller I2-0.
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I TEHFHATEH ITT BASKETBALL
Under The direcTion of Their respecTive mana-
gers, who were aided by The lnTramural AThleTic
Council, The TraTerniTies waged a shorT buT Turi-
ous baTTle Tor Top honor in baslceTball compeTi.
Tion. The rapid increase in The male enrollmenT
in February made iT possible Tor all The houses
To organize Tull Teams. CompeTiTion was quickly
seT up and Two leagues were formed. The
Norfhern Division was composed of Those Tra-
TerniTies locaTed norTh of Lincoln Avenue, and
The SouThern Division consisTed of The groups
souTh of ThaT sTreeT.
In The NorThern League The Phi DelTs and The
TKE's Tinished in a Tie. The Phi DelTs, aTTer
losing Their TirsT game To The Lambda Chi five,
roared in Through Three sTraighT vicTories includ-
ing a win over The TKE ouTTiT. The laTTer quinTeT
had no Trouble ouTside oT ThaT one game, being
favored by plenTy oT heighT. The SAE's finished
Their season wiTh Two games won and an equal
nof a baIleT
Anoiher Tense momenT when The boys go high in The air-"Red," on The righT, is all sei and waiiing.
number IosT. Their Team would have had a
greaT chance if The schedule had been longer.
The Lambda Chi squad won Their TirsT game
and Then wenT in To drop Three which puT Them
aT The boTTom wiTh The Phi-KDR's.
The SouThern League also closed The books
wiTh a Tie on The records. The Psis and Phi
Sams each won Three and losT one puTTing Them
aT The Top oT The sTandings. Losing Their TirsT
game To The Phi Gems, The Phi Psis came back
To Tie ThaT ouTTiT when The Sigma Chis scored
Their only vicTory by deTeaTing Phi Gamma
DeITa. Ending Their season wiTh The debiT and
crediT columns balancing were The Phi Sigs and
ATO's, each wiTh Two wins and a like number OT
AT The Time oT This wi-iTing, arrangemenTs were
TKE . . . ........ . . 3 I
Phi DSIT . . . . 3 I
SAE .' . . . . 2 2
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Lambda Chi .......... I 3
Phi Psi ............. 3 I
Phi Gam . . . 3 I
Phi sig . . . . 2 2
ATO . . . . .2 2
Sigma Chi . . . I 3
being made To have The Ties played OTT, and
The leaders oT each division were To meeT Tor
Tinal honors. An inTeresTing sidelighT To The
league's compeTiTion was The game played
during InTerTraTerniTy Weekend on Ivlarch 2.
Each TraTerniTy chose Two oT iTs Top baskeTbaIl
men, and These 20 men were divided inTo Teams
oT Ten each. Though The resulT was poor bas-
keTball iT did meeT somewhaT The need oT Torm-
ProT. L. O, Johnson, DirecTor oi The lnTra-
mural AThleTic Program in Tormer years, was
insTrumenTaI in geTTing The pasT season's com-
peTiTion quickly organized. VarsiTy baskeTbaIl
men served as non-parTisan reTerees, and were
responsible Tor clean compeTiTion.
WUMENS lllllllllll HATS
LiTTle recognized among our aThleTic circles
as being oT any greaT imporTance, women's
sporTs, neverTheless, conTinued This pasT year To
play a deTiniTe and susTaining role in The recre-
aTional and physical acTiviTies oT The Coeds aT
GeTTysburg. Mrs. Peggy B. ZarTos, women's
physical educaTional insTrucTor, has wiThouT Tan-
Tare esTablished a sTrong aThleTic organizaTion
Tor The girls in inTramural and, To an exTenT,
inTercollegiaTe spheres. Hoclcey and baslceTball
were The major aThleTic pursuiTs oT The women
buT swimming, riTlery, Tencing and bowling were
iusT as eagerly received.
lnTercollegiaTe compeTiTion was greaTly ham-
pered by bad weaTher and oTher diTTiculTies, buT
The inTramural program operaTed in high gear
ThroughouT The year. The boys have noThing on
The girls when iT comes To spiriTed courT playing
as evidenced by The lceen zesT Tor vicTory shown
in The coed baslceTball league. When The girls
Tool: To The waTer They acTed like ducks, buT
cerTainly had liTTle oTher resemblance. Every
Tuesday and Wednesday The girls spenT Their
aTTernoons in swimming classes. These classes
were sTeps Toward The earning oT The coveTed
Senior LiTe Saving badge. The Tinal TesT con-
ducTed by lvlrs. Zarfos, is exTremely rigorous, To
say The leasT.
An inTeresTing and modern developmenT in
The women's aThleTic program is The inclusion oT
riTlery Training. ATTer learning The principles OT
riTlery, The girls wenT To The range and pracTiced
acTual Tiring. Who Talks abouT The weaker sex?
Fencing, The masTer Teacher oT grace and co-
orclinaTion, Tound many and willing girls ready
To respond when iT issued iTs TirsT call aT G-Burg
The pasT year.
IT is ThoughT in many guarTers ThaT now ThaT
The boys are again ready To resume Their Tormer
Top posiTions in aThleTic acTiviTies on The cam-
pus women's sporTs will once again be relegaTed
To an insigniTicanT posT. BuT when one looks
closely aT The way The girls have worked and
sTrived To build up Their presenT organizaTion iT
is doubTTul if such spiriT can be suppressed. An
exTensive and well-execuTed aThleTic program is
jusT as necessary and iusT as desired Tor The
girls on This campus as iT is Tor The boys. May
The coeducaTional TronT OT sporTs compeTiTion be
as well represenTed as The men's!
'Zar," who Through hard work and winning ways, has the
girls moving smooThly Through a well-rounded sporTs program.
Our 'Field hockey lassies relax for a spell.
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WiTh many old Taces reporTing Tor pracTice,
The coed varsiTy hockey Team, coached by The
women's physical educaTion direcTor, Mrs. Pegqv
L. Zarfos, baTTled Millersville STaTe Teachers
College To a 2-2 draw in The only game played
The Team, which had an unblemished record
lasT year, was composed oT many OT These
Tormer sTars. All Tour classes were represenTed
on The squad, which held daily pracTices under
The direcTion oT Mrs. ZarTos. f'xlThough The co-
eds had planned a six-game schedule, inclemenT
weaTher cancelled The remaining TilTs.
Opening Their l945 season on SaTurday, Oc-
Tober 27, The coeds meT and Tied The Millers-
ville coeds in a very exciTing and Thrilling
conTesT played on The local Tield. G-Burg's Rene
STauTTer opened The scoring when she dribbled
Through The opponenT's deTense To score. How-
ever, The visiTors quickly reTaliaTed To Tie The
score as The half ended.
Millersville Took an early lead in The second
half when l-lilligas, leTT inner, senT The ball inTo
The neT. For The nexT Ten minuTes The game
was evenly ToughT near The cenTer oT The Tield.
WiTh only seconds leTT on The clock and deTeaT
sTaring Them in The Tace, The baTTling BaTTle-
Tielders marched down The Tield and drove The
ball in The cage as The Tinal whisTle blew. Nina
Mizell was given crediT Tor scoring The crucial
Tally. Excelling in defensive play was Nancy
Drier, alerT C5-Burg goalie, who Time and Time
again warded oTT Millersville's aTTempTs To score.
WiTh The hockey season spoiled by bad
weaTher, The coeds, under The direcTion oT Mrs.
Peggy B. Zarfos, Took Tull advanTage of The
TaciliTies OT The pool.
AlThough inTercollegiaTe compeTiTion was ouT,
iT was The goal To make each girl in school a
more-Than-average swimmer. lnTeresT was shown
by nearly everyone. OT The 75 Treshmen girls
who enTered in SepTember, 65 of Them were
using The pool regularly. WiTh a very large
number inTeresTed, The swimmers were divided
inTo Tour groups-The beginners, The inTerrnedi-
aTes, The advanced, and The lnsTrucTors.
Regular hours were arranged Tor Those per-
sons who wished TurTher insTrucTion in waTer
TundamenTals. Nine persons, who had previously
passed an insTrucTor's course, acTed as coaches
Tor These swimmers. These pracTices, which are
being held daily, aT The pool, should bolsTer The
swimming squads Tor nexT year. The advanced
swimmers are working on TronT and back crawls
and breasT sTrokes as well as diving and form
Under The presenT seTup, swimmers oT all
classes can swim wiTh his group and be in-
sTrucTed by a beTTer swimmer. Plans are being
TormulaTed To again presenT a waTer aquacade
under The direcTion oT Nadine EuTis, WAA
swimming manager. A similar waTer aquacade
was held lasT year as parT of The MoTher's Day
program. Included in The aquacade was diving,
Torm swimming, and waTer TormaTions presenTed
by The besT swimmers oT The group.
As in previous years iT is hoped ThaT a rep-
resenTaTive Trom Red Cross l'leadquarTers will
be on hand To give an lnsTrucTors Course To
Those advanced swimmers who wanT To Take iT
and have passed previous courses.
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The mosl influenlial organizalion on campus,
The Gellysburg College Sludenl Chrislian As-
socialion has as ils members well over 50 per
cenl of lhe sludenl body. Under 'rhe presidency
of Vivian D. Wiclcey and 'rhe advisorship of Dr.
Norman P. Richardson and Prof. Parlcer B.
Wagnild, The SCA conlinued This year lo ful-
fill ils lraclilional place as a spirilual, social, and
culrural force al Gellysburg.
The SCA lunclions lhrough ils numerous com-
millees, on one of which each aclive member
serves. The wide scope of 'rhese commillees
has been increased 'rhis year by Two addilions:
Jrhe Music Commillee, which during lhe lempo-
rary absence ol Prof. Wagnild mainlainecl rhe
Vesper Choir, and lhe Srudenl Employmenl
Firsl Row: Waters, Marlin, Borslel, Zimmerman, Wiclcey, Shook, Schwariz, Second Row: Nelson, Curry, Fluck,
Pee, Venable, Erb, Lohr. Third Row: Uehling, Gobbel, Beharry, Brandenburg, Dr. Richardson, Spreen, Fish,
Logan, Mozell, McCarney.
Agency, parT oT The larger STudenT Service
CommiTTee. OTher commiTTees TuncTion variedly
To provide The campus wiTh posTers, To arrange
daily chapel services, To organize The TradiTion-
ally popular Vespers and CandlelighT programs,
To acquainT sTudenTs wiTh churches oT Their own
denominaTion in GeTTysburg, To conducT craTT
classes Tor young children, and To render ser-
vices To The handicapped oT The communiTy.
Through The SCA's monThly open house pro-
grams, disTinguished guesT spealcers are inTro-
duced To The sTudenT body. Among The speakers
This year were FBI AgenT WalTer V. McLaughlin,
James Farmer, lecTurer and wriTer on racism in
The UniTed STaTes, and Jerome Davies, war
correspondenT and auThoriTy on Russia.
Because OT The unusually large enrollmenT aT
second semesTer, The SCA This year held Two oT
iTs popular recepTions Tor new sTudenTs, one
during Freshman Vifeek in SepTember and The
oTher in February. BoTh oT These served Their
purpose oT making new GeTTysburgians Teel like
The SCA building iTselT reTlecTs The acTiviTies
oT The organizaTion, Tor in iT are harmoniously
locaTed TaciliTies Tor worship, culTural improve-
menT, and relaxaTion. When one considers ThaT
in This building aT The same Time he may Tind
a commiTTee chairman planning a war Tund drivo
or a Sunday evening musicale, anoTher making
copies oT a Vesper program, a sTudenT prac-
Ticing his TrumpeT, anoTher lisTening To a ball
game, a group enjoying The indoor pool, a choir
rehearsing, and a Tew odd iiTTerbugging, iT is
IiTTIe wonder ThaT The SCA is The mainspring of
our college liTe.
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Only Tour years old buT Tirmly esTablished as The sTudenT
governmenT body oT The campus is The Campus SenaTe.
Under The iurisdicTion of This body, composed oT a represenTa-
Tive Trom each oT The campus living groups, are The rules and
regulaTions oT daily college life. The SenaTe This year inaugu-
raled a sTudenT-TaculTy commiTTee sysTem Tor The discussion
and improvemenT oT problems demanding represenTaTive views
oT bolh bodies. Under The leadership oT George Shepherd and
The guidance oT Tour TaculTy members, The SenaTe prepared
iTs annual bomfire Tor welcoming Treshmen, appoinTed The sTaTT
Tor The G-Boolc, approved The selecTion oT cheerleaders, and
served generally as grievance board Tor The seTTling oT sTudenT
S led: Keener, Engleharl, Guss, Miller, Glenn, Amaluccr. Sfandingz Sfrube, Wil-
liams Knisely, Beal, Shepherd, Spreen, Shook, Siernafl Kerbey, Tome, l-louTz.
First Row: Glenn, Perry, Ries, Dalton, Tomsuden. Second Row: Gobbel, Bauserm
Thi d Ro ' Klos, Marlini, Weaver, Gilmour, Hinman, Logan.
When lhe presidenls and vice-presidenls oi lhe IO nalional
iralernilies and one local iralernily meel, conversalion is cer-
lain lo lurn aboui one main aspecl of college liie-mulual
lralerniry aclivilies and problems. For The obvious beneiils
arising from discussion of lhese common problems, lhe Gavel
Club was formed under rhe guidance ol Dr. Frank l-l. Kramer.
Because The organizalion has no aulhorily lo malce or enforce
regulalions, il is nol limiled in lhe scope of ils bi-monihly chals.
From il have come many worlhwhile suggeslions lor change,
laler 'ro be Jrransmilled as rules by lhe aulhorifalive governing
body ol Jrhe iralernilies, lhe lnlerlralernily Council.
Pl -HELLE Ill IIUU EIL
Two members Trom each oT The Three naTional women's
sororiTies, Chi Omega, DelTa Gamma, and Phi Mu. compose
The governing body oT sororiTies, The Pan-l-lellenic Council. ln
advisory capaciTy are an alumna oT each group and The dean
oT women. This year The Council eTTecTed a revision oT iTs
consTiTuTion and presenTed under' iTs auspices a Tea Tor all The
women oT The campus. Among The Council's duTies are The
Tixing and enTorcemenT oT rushing rules and daTes and The
awarding oT The scholarship and acTiviTies cups. PaT Malone
was prexy Tor The year.
S Td S R binson. STanding: Leedom, Miller, Zimmerman.
Firsf Row: Sassaman, Senior, STroehmann, Erb, Mizell. Second Row: Hagerfy, Mille
ConsisTing oT represenTaTives Trom each class. The Women's
STudenT Council, under The guidance oT Eleanor STroehmann,
accomplished a compleTe revision oT The consTiTuTion oT The
Women's STudenT Government The council conTinued To spon-
sor The honor plan as opposed To The old demeriT sysTem,
Thus reTaininc4 The innovaTion made lasT year.
"Do's" and don'T's" Tor The women on campus occupy much
oT The Council's Time, Tor iT is This body ThaT deTermines The
number oT niqhTs ouT, laTe permissions, and weelcends oTT cam-
pus Tor The coeds. Such maTTers do noT receive iTs whole
aTTenTion, however. Tor in The Council oriqinaTed plans Tor a
dance To culminaTe freshman cusToms Tor women. These plans
were ably carried ouT by Beverly Greenberg, chairman oT The
"Back l-lome Tor Keeps" dance. The pre-war cusTom oT Leap
Week was re-esTablished and culminaTed in a Sadie l-lawlcins
Tree-Tor-all. lvlay Day, always anTicipaTed by The sTudenT body,
was one oT The bicg evenTs oT The year under The auspices oT
WIIME 'S STUIIENT Illlllllll
First Rovr: .Spreen, McCarney, Schwarlz, Lohr, Fish, Jensan, Wafers, Moss, Tomsuden, Dreier. Second Row: Tobler,
Miller, Llllich, Ecker. Brace, Salfzer, Beisel, Kolpien, Dixon, Haabesfad. Third Row: Faris, Uehling, Sassaman
Banlley, Pyle, Ehrnann, Pliff, Meeks, Hamme, Bergen, Fourlh Row: Trexler, Weaver, Banfley, Walfz, Pairerson
Scherch, Hoopsu Graefe, Sarnes, Brandenburg. Fiffh Row: Slifer, Smifh., Brubaker, Siauffer, Minnich, Gould
Klos, Logan. Sindh Row: Miller, Fisher, Brifcher, Lrulmpefer, Moser, Fisher, Heilman, Harris, l-life, Aurand
Professor Parker B, Wagnilcl's absence from
Gelrrysburg College during 'rhe lirsl semeslrer of
lhe year was fell mosl keenly perhaps because if
meanr loo lhe absence of rhe very popular Gellys-
burg College Choir. Sludenls who had enjoyed
membership in The choir before and ihose who
desired 'ro see some conlinualion ol +he len-year
old musical group could nor be siopped from
singing. Under Jrhe capable guidance ol choir
veleran Marion L. Fish, a Vesper Choir of aboul
40 members was formed and held weekly praclices.
This group of volunleers delighled alnrendanls al
Sunday evening Vespers and conTinued The ex-
Tremely popular ChrisTmas ConcerT. On The evening
of December 9, in Brua Chapel, The sTudenT-
direcTed chorisTers provided one-halT of a well re-
ceived program: The remaining rendiTions were per-
Tormed by a male quarTeT under The direcTion of
RoberT B. Logan.
WiTh The reTurn of "Wags" in February, The Ves-
per Choir was disconTinued, and regular TryouTs
were held Tor The College Choir. STudenTs who
could demonsTraTe genuine vocal abiliTy, sincere
inTeresT in The organizaTion, and willingness To per-
Torm The necessary hard work were selecTed. The
Tinal group of abouT 50 members represenTs The
cream oT GeTTysburg's singers.
Relieved of her duTies as direcTor of The larger
group, Marion Fish was able To Turn her aTTenTion
To The organizaTion of a girls' group. The high
esTeern given To membership in The College Choir
is proof enough oi iTs populariTy and service on
The campus. Too much crediT cannoT be given To
Those sTudenTs who mainTained The organizaTion
during The absence oT Their popular direcTor.
MISS MARIAN E. FISH
Brua Chapel sees ofher scenes fhan fhose predominanfly religi-
ous. Each Wednesday nighf from Sepfember unfil Thanksgiving
fhe raffers rang af Tribunal frials wifh fhe shouf of "I-laircufl",
enough fo sfrilce ferror fo any freshman hearf. Decisions were
handed down, and weelc-long punishmenfs loegan af noon on
Friday affer fhe exhilnifions on fhe sfeps of Old Dorm. Dave
Plank headed fhe board, composed of one represenfafive from
each frafernify. Dufies of Trilounal, well-known fo everyone
who has endured fhe resulfs, consisf of esfablishing freshman
cusfoms, enforcing fhem, and punishing offenders.
f Row: Herr, Granf, Senff, Plank, Fink, Wolf. Second Row: Sliferl Marfini, Shu'
maker, Kessler, Uehlingl Enfwnsle.
Chalfonf, Greenberg, Appleby, Senior. Buhner, Pyle
Those Wednesday nighf freshmen line-ups, followed by Tri-
bunal Courf for offenders, fhose "gruesome" specfacles each
Thursday for five weeks lasf fall, and all fhe ofher frials and
fribulafions of fhe freshman girls were resulfs of fhe acfivify
of fhe Women's Tribunal. Cusfoms were officially ended by
a ceremony on Ocfober Zofh, when fhe freshmen formed a
circle and doffed fheir garishly beriblooned "dinlcs." This was
climaxed fhe following evening by a formal dance given in
honor of fhe freshman women by fhe Women's Sfudenf Gov-
ernmenf. Marilyn Senior served as chairman of fhe Trilounal.
WUME 'S llllllllllll
Such formidable compeliiors as leams of Temple Universily,
Rulgers, Princeion, Pennsylvania Slale, Syracuse, Columbia,
Lehigh, and N. Y. U. have all been mer Jrhis year by Jrhe Gerlys-
burg hAeWs Debale Team. Preddenl Edward K. Pewy and
Adviser Dr.. Thomas L. Cline led a Jream ol veleran debalers
and novices Through a season +ha+ enabled each member of
+he squad lo parHdpale M a+lead'+wo debales VVeeHy
meelings were spenl in discussing Topics and developing lac-
Tics. The relurn To ihe campus second semesier of l-lanawall,
hhggens and VVohHaH sweHed ihe number of expedenced
Firsi Row: Bowers, Perry, Uehling. Second Row: Rubin, Kramp, Luebbe.
Firsf Row: Chalfonf, Miller, Nelson, Reichert Fluck. Second Row: Enes, Garis, Bir
baurn, Senior, S II b h D cke Curnmin, K I y
Advanced debaTers oT The GeTTysburg Women's Team car-
ried Their argumenTs This year To Pennsylvania STaTe, Philadel-
phia, and WashingTon, D. C. Manager Joy A. Nelson and
AssisTanT Manager Eleanor D. SulTzbach arranged ioinT meeT-
ings OT The Women's and lVien's Teams which were addressed
early in The season by TaculTy members who insTrucTed in The
arT of debaTing. PracTice Tor The neophyTes is made possible
by campus debaTes open To The sTudenT body. lvleeTings This
year were made more inTeresTing by reviews oT currenT evenTs:
naTional and sTaTe Topics composed The maior parT oT The
agenda. ProTessor George S. WarThen served aga-in as menTor.
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FRANK W. KLOS
Now aT lasT The deluge oT cornplicaTions and The various
posTwar diTTiculTies, which seemed To arise aT The onseT of
The publicaTion oT The I947 SPECTRUM, have been hurdled
and The annual is Tinished!
However diTTiculT iT may have seemed aT TirsT Tor The
sTaTTs To ediT iT, The yearbook under such Trying siTuaTions
as The consTanT shiTTings in sTudenT and TaculTy enrollmenT,
The revivals and disinTegraTions of cerTain campus TradiTions,
and The prioriTy on camera Tilm, EdiTor-in-ChieT Klos and
Business Manager Beal carried Their sTaTTs Through The un-
cerTainTy oT iT all.
Klos was noT only The chief mogul oT The SPECTRUM.
buT he also became his own arT ediTor in February when
Bill Bauserman leTT college and relinquished his posiTion . . .
The carToons especially were handled by The ediTor-in-chief.
AssisTing Klos were his associaTe ediTors, Paul Kramp and
Sally Wolfe, who were seen shiTTing C5eTTysburgian and
SPECTRUM manuscripTs back and TorTh Trying To keep Their
copy sTraighT. AnoTher associaTe ediTor was Peggy Curry,
presidenT oT The class oT I947, sponsor oT The annual Tor
l-lube Brandenburg Tlashed back Tor The second consecu-
Tive year as phoTographer oT The publicaTion. A broken
camera and scarciTy oT Tilrn slowed down his besT eTTorTs,
FlrsT Row: SweiTzer, Leedom, Zimmerman fSororiTy Ediforl, Hoops, TiTTle. Second Row: Brandenburg lPho-
Tographic Ediforl, Kramp fAssociaYe Ediforl, Wolfe IAssocia1e Ediiorl, Klos lEdiTor-in-Chiefj, Curry fAssoci-
afe Ediforj, Bauserman fArT Ediforl, Reicherf KClass Ediforl. Third Row: Gobbel Ulrafernily Editorl, Tome,
Guss, Miller, Eichberger, Boofh, Erb, Livingsfon, Keener QFaculTy Ediforl.
Firsf Row: Greenberg IAssisfant Adverfising Managerl, Plank IAdverhs1nQ MBNBCJEFI Beal l3U5lf1e55 Managed
Sames IAssisfanf Circulafion Managerl, Englehari Mssisiani Adverhs ng Managerj Sec nd Row Tobler Bru
baker, Spangler, Lillich, Zimmerman, Graybill Mayer POICIEVIH Buhner
bur neveriheless I-lube was able Io 'rurn in some Qoocl pro-
ducrions from Ihe dark room. One week afier his appoini-
meni' as fraierniiy ediior, Charles I-Iunsberger pulled up
srakes and assumed duiies wi'rh Uncle Sam, Roger Gobbel
rhen succeeded Io I-Iunsberger's posirion. Harry Rowland.
anoiher hangover from Ihe I946 sraff, found Thar Ihere was
a big pickup in The sporis seciion even if ioolball hadn'I
as yer reiurned Io The campus. Rach Zimmerman, Lynn
Reicherf and J. A. Miller carried our The sororily, class and
organizaiions deparlmenis of 'rhe yearbook respecrively
wifh efficiency. In his own inimiiable sI'yIe Floyd Keener
ediied ihe iacully seclion.
Having achieved good resulls on 'rhe business siafis of
oiher campus publicalions, Don Beal managed ihe SPEC-
TRUM business siaff successfully and balanced Ihe budger
wirh careful figures on expendilures and profirs. Assisring
Beal was Roger I-Ierr who combined his duries wi+h raising
an offspring. Adverrising Ecliror Dave Plank and his assisi-
anr, Beverly Greenberg, almosr succeeded in securing an
amounr of adverlising subscribers io equal Jrhe Ioial number
of pages alloiied Io 'rhe ediiorial sialic. Ivlarrini and Sames
were in charge of securing subscriprions and collecring
paymenis on Jrhe boolc, and ihen followed Ihis dury up wilh
dislribulion of The publicarion.
MARTINI WOLFE KRAMP FLANK CURRY BRANDENBURG
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THE GETTYSH lllill
Vol. XLVIII GETTYSBURG COLLEGE, GETTYSBURG, PA., lDATEl No, 5
' ' ' '. ' EDITORIAL STAFF
Firsl Row: Tome lAssislanT Sporfs Ediforl, Klos lSporTs Ediforj, Glenn lAssociafe Ediiorj, Borsiel lLiT'erary Ediiorl,
Kenyon lEdifor-in-Chiefl, Kiely lManaging Edilorl, Wolfe lNews Ediforl, Guss lAssisfanT News Ediforl, Aurand
fAsSisfanf News Ediforl, Second Row: DeGh-eifo, Miller, Marlin, Robinson, Serpico, Boofh, Meeks, Guss, Koch.
Third Row: Bernsforf, Reicherf, Erb, llgen, Chalfonf, Efchberger, Sferner, Brubaker. FourTh Row: Nelson,
Dreir, Haabesfad, Siauffer, Sweifzer, Edwards, Ecker, Tobler. Fiffh Row: Kramp, Uehling, Curry, Brace, Buhner,
Young, Pafferson, Luebbe, Ries.
ATTer Two years oT ediTing and managing
The GeTTysburgian, The coeds have yielded
The head posiTions To The men once more.
ThroughouT The lean ye-ars aT GeTTysburg The
women have done a highly crediTable piece
oT work in publishing every Two weelcs a Tive-
column sheeT which was increased This year
To iTs Tormer six-column size.
EdiTor-in-Chief EsTher T-l. Kenyon and
Managing EdiTor KaThy Kiely esTablished
permanenT residence on deadline nighTs in
The cluTTered GeTTysburgian oTTice in The
basemenT oT GlaTTelTer T-Tall. SweaTing iT ouT
wiTh Them w-as Jerry BorsTel, who seized The
reins relinquished in February by Kenyon.
Sally WolTe sTepped up aT promoTion Time
THE GTTTYSB llllll
Page Four THE GETTYSBURGIAN lDa+el
Trom The posiTion oT news ediTor To Thar oT
VeTeran Frank Klos reTurned To serve as
sporTs ediTor. a iob occupied in February by
Tormer assisTanT Dick Tome. Bill Yingling was
also welcomed back by sTaTT members and
hounded The reporTers in his iob oT news edi-
Tor. Ginny Leedom, like all good business
manfagers, sysTemaTically Tried To make The
red and black columns balance. Marilyn Sen-
ior and assisTanT Midge Enes headed The
sTaTT Tor gaThering The all-essenTial adver-
CirculaTion Manager PaT Malone yielded
To Don Beal The Task oT disTribuTing To The
dormiTories every oTher Thusrday some seven
Firsr Row: Breneman, Trum-
pfer, Kerbey lAdverTising
Managerl, Engleharf Uiusine
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anagerl, Beal fAssis1anT Cu
Iafion Managerj, M a rii
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B rgen, Wickersham, OUT
S ' r, Leedom Ehmann F
Th d Row: K eni , H gy
Dixon, Sheffer, C
Fourih Row: Schwaf R f
Moser, Worth, Decker, E T
Garman, Venable. Fiffh R
Mixell, Houfz, Beck H I
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man, arris, e
hundred copies oT The sheeT. To supply The
increasing number oT sTudenTs living in Town.
disTribuTion in GlaTTelTer l-lall was also made
necessary. During The TirsT semesTer abouT
Tour hundred copies oT each issue were
mailed To servicemen, in addiTion To a sub-
scripTion lisT oT abouT 60.
The TuTure oT The GeTTysburgian -looks
brighT. Plans have already been made Tor
The reTurn To The paper's original six-page
size: The increased enrollmenT and reTurn To
The campus oT many Tormer ediTorial and
business sTaTT members will provide Tresh
sources oT abiliTy. The successTul eTTorTs
made during The war To mainTain The school
paper have noT been unappreciaTed.
The Collegians. eighT men on campus who drown Their
scholasTic: sorrows in barrel-house, have been beaTing iT ouT
only since lasT Tall, buT already Their band has become parT
oT campus liTe. Jim FelTon, sweeT TrumpeT player, sTarTed iT
all in The summer: by OcTober The "worn walls oT Chapel"
were being shaken by The TirsT rehearsals oT The swing addicTs.
Bob Neiman plays The saxophone and is aided aT Times by
Dave BanTley, who preTers The clarineT. Sherry Brown Torms
The oTher halT oT The TrumpeT secTion. and Tony Palazzola
rounds ouT The brass secTion wiTh his Trombone. Bob Brenner
and Kenny Zimmerman, on drums and bass respecTively. supply
The all-imporTanT rhyThmq PianisT Bob Jones serves also as
Firsr Row: Banlley, Felfonl Brown, Palazzolo, Second Row: Zimmerman, Brenner,
Firsf Row: Shepherd, Lohr, Zimmerman, Millcn Second Row: Slerner, Knisely
This year wirh every square inch ol available dormifory
space overflowing wilh humanily, lhe dormilory counselors
mighl easily have had a dillicull iob of making Jrheir lime and
allenfion reach each of fheir charges. Palience, willingness
io lislen and lo advise, abilily lo mainlain some semblance of
quiel and order. lacl, and underslanding are l'he reguisiles
for an ideal counselor. Bill Glenn filled lhe iob of l-lead Coun-
selor ior lhe men afler Jrhal posilion was vacajred in February
by Kenny Zimmerman. Peggy l.ohr served as l-lead Counselor
lor freshman girls in Sfevens l-lall.
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One represenralive from each of lhe nalional liralernilies
represenled on campus composes +he membership of lhe Infer-
lrarerniry Council, governing body ol social fralernilies. Mosr
imporlanl of ils aclions Jrhis year was Jrhe abolilion of "hell
week," a move designed 'ro raise lhe groups in public favor.
A decision disconlinuing lhe awarding of 'rhe aclivilries cup
was also passed. The eslablishmenr of uniform rushing rules.
Jrhe sponsorship of inlerfralernilry sporls programs, and Jrhe
conducling ol 'rwo dances lurlhered lhe group's allempf 'ro
promole harmony among Jrhe iralernilies. Semi-monlhly mee+-
ings were held ar which Roberr B. Brenner presided. The ser-
vices ol Dr. Frank l-l. Kramer were soughr as counselor.
F si' Row: Enfwisle, Brenner, Perry, Anderson. Second Row: Weaver, Herr, Uehling,
Sames, Waldkoenig, Rowland, Wolf.
First Row: Dr. Richardson, Nale, Wolfe, Douglas, Drew, Mizell, Keener, Zimmerman.
Second Row: McCarney, Kniseley, Livingslon, Sieber, Fisher, Marsh. Miller, Nelson.
md ROW: Bl'nr?357"s,flZZfj lS.3?Saelf'ai2T5.', l3ZlLef"'5gnfi',0'ifiiQn2? Fowl
Sludenl philosophers, lhose who would lcnow lhe "why's,"
"whereiore's," and lundamenlals, form a group lcnown as lhe
Sages. A local organizalion which dares back ro l9l I, il is
nol limiled lo philosophy maiors, bul is open lo all members
of advanced philosophy courses who show inreresl in a search
for wisdom beyond lhal which can be salislied by lhe regular
classroom work. Regular monlhly meerings were divided lo
include guesl speakers, open discussions, and social hours. Ol-
licers lor Jrhe year were Palricia l-l. Drew, president Nina A.
lvlizell, vice-presidenrq Conslance Douglas, secrelaryg and Floyd
R. Keener, lreasurer. Adviser lo lhe group was Dr. Norman E.
WIIME 'S llllllll llllllllllll
ln exislence only since I944, lhe Women's Alrhleiic Associa-
Jrion has conlinued +o sponsor individual and group sporis,
inrramural iournamenfs, and informal ma+ches wilh olher local
colleges. The organizalion is governed by an execujrive board
composed of sludenjf managers oi +he various sporls. Frances
Banlley served as presidenr of The board. A poinl syslem,
under which girls may earn credil by parlicipalion in alhlelics.
has been i,ns+i+u+ed, and rewards for accumulalion of poinls
have been sei. The associalion aclrs cooperalively wilh lhe
Physical Educalion program for women under Jrhe inslruclion
of Margaref B. Zarios.
F l' Row: Enes, Wallz, G F le1gh.Second Row: Zimmerman, MIZEll, Banlley,
Sfauifer, SHH, Eichberger. Third Row: Ehmann, Kunde, Euslis, Maguire, Miller,
Firsf Row: Leedorn, Fluck, Serpico, Cummin, Elchberger. Second Row: Robinso
Douglas, Breneman, Yinglinq, Euslis Decker. Third Row: Fisher, Garis, Birnbaum
Brlfcher, Slifer, Ehm Meeks, Miller,
Organized lor ihe purpose ol sludying coniemporary liiera-
iure and acquiring a crilical abiliry lo appraise il, Jrhe Modern
Book Club includes in ils aclivilies The seleciion of cerlain
books for purchase by 'rhe College Library. During Book
Week The group sponsors an essay conlesl and aids in adver-
iising lhe nalional vifeek by lhe dislribulion oi posiers. Reg-
ular meelings include discussions and addresses by guesl
speakers. Librarian John l-l. Knickerbocker acis as adviser:
officers for ihe year were Eleanor A. Breneman, l-lenrielia S.
Yingling, and Conslance Douglas.
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Organized lasT year by sTudenTs wiTh a common inTeresT in
arT, The SlceTch Club has had a second successTul year on cam-
pus under The leadership oT Joy Nelson. lvleeTings were held
every Monday aTTernoon, aT which Time The members expressed
in Their varying media The subiecT Tor The week. likely To be
anyThing Trom The arches oT Brua Chapel To a TaculTy mem-
ber. The worlc oT The club has made iTselT known Through pos-
Ters and displays and has added much To The pleasure oT
The sTudenT body.
SeaTed: Vxall, Kunde, Bernslorf. Standing: Ehmann, Nelson, Hamme.
Firsf Row: Dr. Bachrnan, Todd, Poldevin, Marsh, Oufram, Turner, Senior, Brerelon,
Prof. Harishorne. Second Row: Lower, Graefe, Grissinger, Jesurum, Euslis, Slifer,
Grogan, Gould, Shaub. Third Row: Reicl-ierl, Sweilzer, Schwarlz, Young, Nelson,
Open lo all sludenls desiring lo improve llieir conversalional f
French and lo learn more ol llwe life and lileralure ol France. -k
Le Cercle Francais enlered ils second year as a Gellysburg ,k
club. Officers were Janice Oulram. presidenlg lvlarie lvlarsli,
vice-presidenlg and Alice Lage, secrelary-Treasurer. A pro-
gram commillee lweaded by lvlarie lvlarsln arranges llrie bi-
monllnly rneelings wlwicli include llie presenlalion oi plays,
speeches on various aspecls of Frencli lile and cuslorn, 'flue
playing ol Frencli music, and opporlunilies lor small-group
discussion in Frencli. Dr. Alperl Baclfirnan served as lacully
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held since i+s founding in i929 an esfeemed place among
'rhe honorary socieries of lhe campus. Membership is offered
only To science majors wilh ar leasr Two years of chemisfry and
a "B" average. Pledges of rhe group are required ro deliver
a scienrilic address: nafurally enough, Jrhis year Jrhe aromic
bomb was ligurarively Jrossed abou? ar meelings, Dr. John B.
Zinn provides rhe guiding hand and was assisled by Presidenr
Eleanor D. Sullzbach.
rsf Row: S N I F k Bh y S Ifzbach, Shir. Koch, Plank. Second Row:
L edom, Ferguson, Young, Jones, Pafferson, Lewis, Sferner, Glenn. Third Row: Sadow,
Brace, Ruof, Mayer, Weaver.
Firsf Row: Sames, Romig, Brerelon, Chalfonl, Banlley, Nelson, Rubin, Ishmael. Second
Row: Wallz, Ruof, Fraleigh, Turner, Slerner, Stiff, Glenn, Young. Third Row: Palaz-
zol K d D S pson, Dr, B 6 Mag B ll y
Sludenls wilh a "B" average and eilher a maior or a minor Y
in biology are eligible lor membership in Bela Bela Bela, na- f
lional lralernily for biology sludenls. Guesls, lacully mem- t
bers, and sludenls lead discussions ol any of lhe mullirudinous
lopics ol biology al lhe meelings. Conlinuing 'rhis year lasl
spring's precedenl, rhe sociely presenled an exhibil of mounls,
specimens, and models. A group aclivily during lhe fall was
lhe observalion of a hawk migralion. ln April GeHysburg's
chapler was hosl al lhe regional convenlion ol lhe lralernily.
Frances Banlley served as presidenl.
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PHI ALPHA THETA
Mosr recenlly insfalled deparlmenral sociely al Gelrysburg
is Phi Alpha Thelra, nalional honorary organizalion for hislory
maiors. Eligible lor membership are iuniors and seniors wifh a
hiqh scholaslic record and wilh aclive parlicipalion in college
aclivilies. Charles l-l. Glalfeller served as presidenr of lhe
sociely, and Dr. Roberl Forlenbaugh conlinued in his job of
adviser. Two meelings were held each semeslrer, a+ which
limes guesl' speakers addressed Jrhe members.
F f Row: Prof. Idle, Glaffeller, Kenyon. Second Row: Slifer, Dr. Forlenbauqh,
Fxrsf Row: Dr. Mason, Dr. Cline, Perry, Nelson, Prof. Warfhen. Second Row: Kramp
Sulfzbacli, Toms, Miller, Bowers.
ln I9l7 a chapler ol Tau Kappa Alpha, nalional honorary
forensic sociely, was charlered al Gellysburg "lo recognize
excellence in public speaking and lo develop and promole
inleresls in oralory and debalef' Sponsored by lhis sociely
are The men's and women's debale squads. Membership in
The squads is open lo all sludenls inleresled in oralory, buf
The sociely membership is eleclive and reslricled lo lhose
who have demonslraled parlicular abilily in public speaking.
Presidenl ol lhe group was Edward K. Perry: Dr. Thomas L.
Cline conlinued in lhe capacily of adviser.
Tl Ill-ll'Pll ALPHA
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ily, cenlered ils meefings This year alooul lopics of special
inreresl Jro women. Guesl speakers inlroduced lhe 'ropics ol
inferior decoraling and china pallerns. This sociely is open
To women who are preparing lo 'reach and promoles improved
professional educalional ideals and high scholaslic a+'rainmen'r
among Hs members. Serving as presidenl was Esfher Kenyon.
and as adviser Dr. Franlc l-l. Kramer, head ol lhe Educalion
YR LI1 Sfh Ky B Tp? S dR My
Koch, Decker, Marhn, Bauer, Miller, Third Row: Gans, Reicherf, Sferner, Karnmerer,
Firsl Row: Dr. Shaffer, Fish, Guss, Trumpeier, Senff, Perry, Dr, Glenn. Second Row:
Deardorff, Pee, Houfz, Snyder, Gobbel, Hawbaker, Marlin, Sieber.
Alpha Phi chapier ol Ela Sigma Phi, nalional lralernily ol
sludenls inleresled in Jrhe language and hislory of Greece
and Rome, was founded ral Geilysburg in I93I. Upperclass-
men who dennonslraie a serious inleres+ in classical languages
and liferalure and who have rnainlained a high scholaslic aver-
age may be iniirialed. Lyman E. l-lawbaker filled Jrhe vacancy
lell by Presiclenl' Marlha W. Trumpeler ai her gradualion in
February. Meeiings lhis year have leaiured Jrhe enacime-nl
of ancienl lragedies and reporls on classical wrirers. Dr. John
C. Glenn and Dr. W. Frederick Shaffer served as laculiy ad-
ETA SIGMA PHI
High scholarship, individual research in The Romance lan-
guages and liTeraTures, and The promoTion oT amiTy and under-
sTanding beTween our naTion and The naTions using These lan-
guages fare The aims oT Phi Sigma loTa, naTional honorary Tra-
TerniTy Tor sTudenTs oT The six Romance languages. AdmiTTed
as acTive members are college Teachers oT Romance languages
and advanced sTudenTs recommended by The TaculTy. Each
undergraduaTe member is required To prepare 'aT Ieasr one
original paper, The resulT oT individual research, and To presenT
This paper aT one oT The regular monThly meeTings. Each year
moneTary prizes are awarded The auThors Tor excellence oT
preparaTion. ProTessor l-lerberT G. l-lamme was ,aided in his
work as presidenT by Marilyn E. Senior, vice-presidenT, Marie
T. Marsh, secreTary-Treasurer, and ProTessor William D. l-larT-
shorne, Jr., corresponding secreTary.
FrsT Row: Dr. Bachman, Marsh, Senior, OuTram, Prof. Harfshorne. Second Row:
Hawbaker, ReicherT, Lower, Miller, Brandenburg.
Schmiffhenner, Tome, Golwald, Luebbe, Scherch. Klos, Kramp, Gobbel, Shumake
L g Th' R Sl'f Sl f T d R' cl K H T Nl
Firsl' Row: Dr. Wallemyer, Hookl Ehrharl, Perry, Neal, Senft, Beal. Second Ro
o an. :rd ow: ner, erna, omsu en, ies, Sny er, eener, ou z, a
A 1 A d
ln keeping wilh Jrhe religious feeling and serious inlenl of
ils members, 'rhe Pre-lvlinislerial Associarion loslers grealer
apprecialion lor l'he significance ol lhe desired membership in
lhe minislry. Under The leadership of Presidenl Edward K.
Perry, lhe group had as 'rhe bulk ol ils discussions lhe codes
and erhics of lhe profession, philosophical works, and inspira-
'rional lallcs. Assisling Perry were Carl E. Ehrharl, vice-presi-
denl, Carl T. Uehling, corresponding secrelary, and C. Arlhur
Neal, secrelary-Treasurer. The group may well be proud of il's
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lllillll PHI lLPHll
Membership in Delia Phi Alpha, nalional honorary German
language sociely, is by eleclion and may be oblained by slu-
denls who have achieved a high scholaslic record in advanced
German courses. Marking Jrhis year Jrhe complelion of IIO
years as a deparrmenral sociely -ai Geliysburg, The group
srrives lo promole inleresl in lhe German language and cul-
lure. To complemenl regular meelings and lo increase knowl-
edge oiconlemporary Germany, Della Phi Alpha recenlly
purchased a movie proieclor lor lhe use ol lhe German De-
parlmenl. Dr. William K. Sundermeyer advised, and Eleanor
Slroehmann served as presidenl.
Frsf Row: Dr. Sundermeyer, Kenyon, Koch, Sfroehmann, Sxeber, Perry, Senfi. Second
R W H k T p Y K ly F h N I B h Th R I
w: ickey, ec man, rum eer, mise, is, eson, u ner. ird ow: Tobar,
Lohr, Brandenburg, Zimmerman, Ehrharl, Glenn, Banfley.
Firsi Row: Prof. Larkin, Poidevrn, Brenner, Tobler, Dr. Saby. Second Row. Greenberg
Raihbone, Shook, Viall, Appleby, Zimmerman.
Those siudenis majoring in eiiher poiirical science or eco-
nomics and mainiaining a "C" average in iheir maior are
efigible for eleciion inio Pi Lambda Sigma, honorary prelegal
and economic socieiy. Meeiings of The iraierniiy were held
regularly bi-monihiy. A+ ihe iirsr meering oi each monih a
Jrallc was given on some subieci oi economics or polirics. The
Jropic was opened ior discussion ai Jrhe nexr meelring. Roberr
Brenner, lasr year's vice-presidenr, served This year as presi-
deni. Dr. Rasmus S. Saioy and Professor George R. Larkin
were advisers To 'rhe group.
Pl AAMHHA SIGMA
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Wilhin The pasi Jrwo years Jrhe enrollmenr 'a+ Gerlysburg has
included an increasing number of sludenls from Soulh America,
India, and Europe. From Jrhis group has arisen lhe Cosmopoli-
lan Club, an organizalion aiming lo promole easier assirnilarion
of foreign siudenis and grearer underslanding among foreign
and American sludenls. Aclive members are Those eilher born
or raised in counlries orher lhan The Uniled Siaresg all orher slu-
denls are welcome To associale membership. Presidenr Roberl'
S. Beharry was lhe insrigaror of Jrhe group rhis year: Program
Chairman Alberl Granlr has included al meelings discussion
of inlernalional relajrions.
Fnrsl' Row: Reicherf, Birnbaum, Moss, Schwarfz, Sfroehmann, Oufram, Senior, Llvlngsio
Second Row: Meeks, Enes Lower Brandenburg, Trice, Dixon, Hamme.
Sfudenfs inferesfed in fhe Spanish-speaking nafions or in
Lafin American cusfoms and life are welcomed fo fhe bi-
monfhly meefings of fhe Spanish Club, organized by Professor
l-lerberf E. l-lamme. The informal qafherings presenf no need
for officers, and fhe programs are planned by a commiffee for
fhaf purpose. Several of fhe meefings have feafured fallcs
lgfifudenfs on fheir experiences in Soufh America and Mexico.
Fluency in Spanish is increased by conversafion and discus-
sion in Spanish.
Perhaps The True value oT The G-Book was noT realized unTil publicaTion
ceased in i943 and I944. The resuming of publicaTion This year has
shown whaT a gap This handy li++Ie reTerence Tills in The lives of sTudenTs.
No bigger Than The smallesT poclceT, buT packed wiTh TacTs nowhere else
so convenienTly collecTed, The G-Book has long been known as The "Fresh-
ThroughouT The summer monThs a small sTaTT worlced busily To have
ready Tor incoming Treshmen in SepTember a compilaTion oT college daTa.
Doris C. Glenn was assisTed in her job as ediTor-in-chieT by Richard G.
Shoolc, managing ediTor. Heading The business sTaTT were Donald B.
Beal and Frederick D. Spreen.
Since IS94 The C5-Book has made iTs appearance, This year's ediTion
being The TorTy-ninTh. Originally The book was prepared and published by
The Y.M.C.!Tx. CabineT and supporTed solely by The adverTisemenTs oT
local merchanTs. EvenTually iTs worTh was appreciaTed, and iT received
Tinancial aid Trom The STudenT ChesT. From Y.M.C.A. hands iT passed
To The S.C.A. CabineT7 Tor Two years iT was published under The super-
vision oT Pi DelTa Epsilon, honorary journalism socieTy. AT presenT The
Campus SenaTe is in charge oT The boolc and appoinTs The heads of
ediTorial and business sTaTTs on a meriT basis, selecTing Trom The enTire
,'sT Pow: Buhncr, Challonij Shook Uvianaging Ediiorl, Glenn lEdilor-in-Chiefl,
STerner. Second Row: Aurand, FelTon, Kramp, Uehling.
FirsT Row: Spreen lAssisTanT Business Managerl, Beal fBusiness Managerj. Seca
Row: Eaton, SmiTh, Senfl.
The G-Book conTains a wealTh oT inTormaTion. l-lere The new or old
sTudenT may Tind a hisTory and direcTory oT The college, helpful advice
on school haloiTs and wardrobe, The "do's" and "donT's" OT The campus.
Here cusToms are lisTedq The purposes and work of socieTies and organiza-
Tions, explained: members OT TraTerniTies, named. College songs and
cheers, The rules oT class aTTenclance, OT dormiTory liTe, and of rushing, an
explanaTion OT The acTiviTy poinT sysTem-are all here. ln no oTher
publicaTion, The College BulleTin, The GeTTysburgian, or The SPECTRUM,
may be Tound such an invaluable collecTion OT "Who's Who" and "WhaT's
WhaT" abouT GeTTysburg.
Already appoinTecl by The SenaTe To prepare nexT year's ediTion are
DoroThy l-l. Buhner, ediTor-in-c:hieT: l-l. G. l9lanawalT, managing ediTor:
Mcllall Kerbey, business manager: and Carol L. PoTdevin, assisTanT busi-
A bil of Old World charm Transferred To sludenl life is
manifesled by Jrhe Chess Club. Anyone inleresled, experlr or
lyro, was welcomed on Monday nighls lo lhe meeiings and
praclices al which Roberl Nale presided. Allhough compe-
+il'ion so lar has been limiled lo 'rhal among members, 'rhe
group is eager To lesl Hs slcill and has corresponded wi+h
several local colleges in search of a lournamenl. Dr. Sunder-
meyer has inslrucled and crilicized Jrhroughoul Jrhe year.
S afed: Scherch, Nale, Birrbaum, Eafon. Slanding: Slifer, Shumaker, Luebbe, Dr,
Suridermeyer, Bernsforff, Wright
Firsl Row: Poldevml Kenyon, Leedom Second Row: Bernslorff, Schwarlz, Turne
An organizalion crealed by Jrhe nalional war emergency,
bul noi Terminaled wilh The war, is ihe Gellysburg College
Nurses' Aides Corps. For Jrhree years Coeds volunleered and
served independenlly, vvilh no relalion lo an organized group.
This year, however, lhrough Jrhe elforls ol Mrs. Francis C.
Mason, lhe College Corps was formed, and ils members will
conlinue Jrheir worlc as represenralives of Jrhe school organiza-
lion. The worlc of Jrhese college sludenls al lhe 'rown hospilal
has been neilher unapprecialed nor slighlg in Jrhe years Jrhal
Jrhey and Those who have been gradualed have served, besides
an individual lraining program of IOO hours, lhe girls have
amassed a Jrolal of 800 hours of volunlary aid. Any coed who
has sullicienr slamina and is willing lo donale her lime and
vvorlc may become a Nurses' Aide. Eslher l-l. Kenyon was
elecfed Corps leader: Carol I.. Poldevin, secrelrary-Jrreasurer.
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The ioyous ChrisTr'nas season wiTh all OT iTs
colorTul decoraTions, merrimenT, and good will
was celebraTecl early aT G-burg Through The
"ChrisTmas Dances" which were sponsored by
The Three naTional sororiTies on campus.
WiTh Themes of winTer and decoraTions oT
The yule-Tide as a background Tor Their dances,
The sororiTies succeeded in bringing To The col-
lege campus one oT The rnosT delighTTul seasons
OT The school year.
As The couples hurried from one house To
anoTher in order To Talce parT in all The acTiviTies
of The nighT, The whole campus was awakened
wiTh a biT of The SpiriT oT The ChrisTmas Season.
S P E U T H U M
HUES Tll THE EHHISTMAS IIANIIES
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"Weave," "Buck," and
Lulher-Jrhree campus per-
sonalilies whose names have
become a par? of Geflys-
burg Jrradilion. W h i I e
"Weave," known only lo The
uninilialed as Mrs, Mabel
Weaver, has lefl Jrhe College
Infirmary To enlrer privale
nursing, Lufher MacDonald
never fails wilh lhe daily
mfil, and Lloyd "Buck"
Washing+on's hof calces are
on hand several 'limes a
week for early risers al' The
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PEHSUNALITIES ANU PASTIMES
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one pulled a deTour on us and here we are . . .
Girls arrive in Tull Torce lTo be read wiTh em-
phasis on lasT wordl . . . afTernoon finds Fresh-
men unpacked lupperclassmen won'T arrive unTil
OcTober-The cowarclsll . . . Dean Tilberg
greeTs all new sTudenTs-meeTs Dean Lee in The
Book STore, explains cuT sysTem, gives her Three
exTra hours, sells her a dink for 53.58, and
assigns her a room in Old Dorm . . . a few men
were seen in Huber-probably on Their way To
Penn, STaTe lyou geT biTTer aTTer Two hours
herel . . . new Frosh arrives by The name of
Charlie-To guoTe Charlie: "l'm Too young To go
To college." lCharlie is only Tive Years old buT
as his moTher says: "Charlie's only here To Take
a posT grad course in OrienTaTion."l . . . all in
all, SepTember proved one Thing-we were
wrong-Things can be as bad as They seem.
This was a good monTh lwe'll Try anyThing Tor
a changel . . . Charlie graduaTes cum laude . . .
cusToms drag on-Frosh boys geT panicky and
lose Their heads lwe losT more hair cuTs ThaT
wayl . . . Campus spends a damp Hallowe'en-
waTer, waTer everywhere and all The gals' dun-
garees did shrink land me wiThouT a Two-way
sTreTch To my nicknamel . . . Dr, Hanson, dressed
as Harold Anderson, ioins in The Tun-makes
545.67 by selling baTh Towels, hand Towels, dish
Thanks To Sue Weniz, your old ediior can Take a few
minufes off and relax while she imparfs words of
weighfy wisdom To all you lucky readers. Go To if.
Towels, and repTiles To The drips lsome people
will do anyThing Tor moneyl-land Then There's
The one abouT a laughl . . . So iT goes . . . and
we sTay . . . no Transfers, no honors, no claTes.
no dice . . . Tor punch line refer To opening
Speaking of Turkeys la joke abouT a Turkey
should precede ThaT sTaTemen'r . . . if noT-
Frank Klos is a sTinkerl Doc. Arms goT The bird
during The presenTaTion of "BliThe SpiriT"-ap-
peared on sTage in balleT cosTume and Amish
bonneT-carrying buTTerTly neT and singing "l'm
Always Chasing Rainbows" . . . Doc asked by
Dean Tilberg To resign-seems he had neglecTed
To wear a sign reading "EaT aT WhiTTy's Pink
Bird" or "Go To The Dean Tor Your Cold CuTs."
Also in November we had inTerTraTerniTy TooT-
ball, girls hockey . . . and aThleTics.
AH December, Ah December,
WhaT a glorious monTh Thou 'isTl
You were snorkier Than November
Thanks To misTleToe-we goT kissed.
The Dean was in a gay mood,
Dr. Hanson was in his office,
Mrs. Phelps choked on Huber's Tood
llT goT caughT in her esophagusl.
The B. S. smelled oT pine and sTuTT
Mrs. Cessna rarely yelled,
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The TounTain was workin' on The cuTT
BUT The service, iT sTill smelled.
I-lere's a beer To The new year!
lMay God make iT greaTl
Our blessings sTay wiTh you
BuT chum, we're oTT To Penn. STaTe
llid. noTe on lasT sTaTemenT: "The besT laid
plans oT mice and men gang aTT agley"-when
TranslaTed ThaT means-"The besT laid plans OT
mice and men gang aTT agley."
"Men" are back on campus-even The D sTu-
denTs are happy . . . Due To overTlow OT veTs . . .
no more D sTudenTs . . . our only consolaTion
is-This can'T be happening To us . . . There musT
be some misTake . . . Flash! General Eisenhower
To speak aT GraduaTion-we suspecT shell shock.
. . . "Wags" reTurns-new co-ed spies him-
Takes advanlage oT "GeT Your Man Or Any-
Thing ThaT Wears Trousers Technique." Due To
winTer weaTher Dr. Mason caTches a co-ed ldraT
These Typographical errorsl . . . as someone
once remarked: "There's someThing abouT GeT-
Tysburg college."-l-low True-no oTher college
can make ThaT sTaTemenT. Our advice oT The
monTh-iT you can'T Take iT wiTh you . . . leave
"Roses are red-violeTs are blue
So will you be-when The Dean says 'You're
STudenTs leave daily . . . To remain you need
an A average, a Pre-Min raTing, and a dining
card To "WhiTTy's Pink Bird" . . . Beau and Ar-
row liT noThing else works Try a sling shoTl Ball
was a greaT success-Dean Tilberg caughT
selling marijuana To minors during inTermission.
. . . Some sTudenTs slill reading "Bare FooT Boy
Wi'Th Cheek" la loT oT die hards on This campusl
. . . Dr. Hanson gives hearT rendering chapel
speech-sTudenTs sell Their cars in order To raise
money Tor a monumenT To Mr. GilleTTe . . . Mrs.
Phelps and The Dean Turn dining hall inTo Rogues
Gallery . . . collecTion oT Tine painTings Trom
T. PainTer l-lanson To a surrealisTic drawing oT
a sausage in a Greek Toga, enTiTled: "IT You
Can Think oT a Tifle You're a BeTTer Man Than
I Am-Gungal'-By Dr. ShaTTer.
Now should Tollow a pun-maybe on The ldes
oT March . . . no pun liT you'd sTayed up all
nighT wriTing This sTuTT you couldn'T Think oT one
eiTherl . . . don'T TorgeT-"Bring The Family-
EaT aT WhiTTy's Pink Bird-The Only Place This
Side OT l-leaven ThaT l-lasn'T Gone To Seed"
lsorry Tellas-buT we goT nine cuTs excused ThaT
wayl. Campus mourns deaTh oT Charlie . . .
someone misTook him Tor a beer boTTle and
Threw The head away . . . while on The subiecT
oT passing . . . April and May passed This way-
on Their way To Penn STaTe.
ln closing-our senTimenT lin The words oT
Those deah Harvard boysl is . . .
FighT harder, TighT harder-Tor deah old Penn
We may noT win . . . buT weah deTerminedlll
KniT one . . . Pearl Two . . . deah Harvard . ..
lClap, clapl ....... ENDEAVORH!
Forgive us Tor all, fellas . . . iT wasn'T easy!
NANCY M. IRLE
The annual May D-ay, sponsored by The
Women's STudenT GovernmenT oT C5eT-
Tysburg College, was held May 4, l945, in
The STaley Memorial Gardens. AlThough
several days oT bad weaTher had leTT The
ground damp and The weaTher man senT
showers during The day. The occasion was
carried oTT according To schedule.
The TradiTional program was per-
Tormed again This year wiTh The crowning
oT The queen aTTended by her courT oT
class beauTies, The perTormance oT The
May Pole Dance, and The moving up
exercises. Before The acTual winding oT
The lvlay Pole sTreamers. The girls per-
Tormed in modern dance The coming oT
The March winds, April showers, and
Tinally The bursTing TorTh oT The May
Tlowers. The new oTTicers oT The Women's
AThleTic AssociaTion were announced
along wiTh Those oT The Women's STudenT
Government The queen oTTiciaTed dur-
ing The moving up exercises in which each
girl received The colors oT her new class.
The seniors received carnaTions.
According To The TradiTion The names
The Queen and her Couri'
oT The queen and maid oT honor were
lcepT secreT unTil They appeared Tor The
procession. The T945 queen was Miss
Nancy M. Irle aTTended by Miss Shirley
R. EmleT. Mrs. RoberT Kride, The I944
queen, was unable To be presenT aT The
ceremonies, and in her absence The maid
oT honor crowned The queen wiTh a coro-
neT oT whiTe Tlowers.
The queen wore whiTe and The maid oT
honor and The courT wore pasTel shade
gowns. The senior represenTaTives were
VioleT Nenadovich and KaThleen OrTlip
l-lendriclcson: The juniors were Muriel l-l.
M.arTin and PaTricia l-l. Drew. Jane M.
Spangler and -Marcia E. Baur were The
sophomore delegaTes while Suzanne V.
WenTz and Carol M. Denz represenTed
The Treshman class.
The houses oT The Women's Division
were opened aTTer The exercises To all
parenTs and Triends visiTing The campus.
The play-oTT beTween Chi Omega and
STeve.ns I-Tall in The soTTb.all TournamenTs
was held laTer in The aTTernoon. The
evenT saw The Chi Qmegas Triumph To
Talce TirsT place in The league.
M4 Safufe fo OW
IIIIIS SIIII I SIIIIIII
Today, when so many of GeTfysburg's gal-
lanT sons have consigned Their baTTIe garb
To The mofhballs in favor of slouch hafs and
Tweeds, if is noT fiffing ThaT we should pass
by Those who are sTiII serving in The Armed
The Ioss of The Tiniesf wheel can puT The
mosT perfecT cloclc ouT of commission. There-
fore The SPECTRUM pauses To salute These
men who are carrying on The comparafively
small buT imporTanT assignmenT of mainfain-
ing The peace for which we have so dearly
paid. On Their shoulders resTs The fuTure of
a world-wide harmony among naTions.
IT is noT easy To sfand wafch when The
war is over nor is iT easy To die affer The
peace has been signed. YeT, as long as rene-
gade naTionaIs oT our conquered enemies
confinue To jeopardize human righfs and
freedoms, if is necessary ThaT some remain To
finish up The job and To inaugurafe The con-
version of ravaged lands To normal peace-
Oufside of The men in The occupaTion
forces, There are ofhers who are yeT fighfing
severe baffles . . . baTTles of life and deafh
in miIiTary and naval hospiTals Throughouf The
counfry. Undaunfed by hardship, day by
day, They are sTriving To achieve ufilify from
mangled bodies and shaTTered nerves. Theirs
is an unsung conflicf buT worThy of noTe Thaf
we of GefTysburg be noT found guilfy of
forgeTTing Their humble sacrifices so soon.
In our parade of SPECTRUM memories,
we Thinlc of all These fellows wherever They
are and hope ThaT if will noT be long unfil
They are all back wiTh us again.
ln I942, SPECTRUM ediTOr, l-lerberT A. Bow-
man, wrOTe in The closing pages OT The book ThaT
iT cOnTained no 'iwar borne harum-scarum," only
careTree campus liTe in Order TO preserve The
precious memories OT college days Tor Those who
had laid aside Their books To go To war. Three
years have passed since Then and once again
we are Taced wiTh diTTiculTies in Telling OT col-
lege life and dreams Tor now The war is Over,
The college is reTurning TO normal, The accele-
raTed schOlasTic program is on iTs way ouT, and
each day brings more and more men OT GeTTys-
burg back TO The campus.
Since iT is Our honor TO ediT The TirsT peace-
Time SPECTRUM in Tive years, we TelT, wiTh
humble apologies TO Those who mighT ObiecT,
ThaT This book should be one OT The TirsT Things
reTurning To The sTandards OT days gone by.
All OT The campus acTiviTies, OrganizaTiOns, and
even The sTudenT body iTselT are in a consTanT
sTaTe OT Tlux, changing and readiusTing as The
veTs reTurn. Across This background, we have
aTTempTed To revive some TradiTiOns, iniTiaTe
some new Ones and On The whole slip in an
anchor OT sTabiliTy. While we have noT accur-
aTely chronicled The OuTward maniTesTaTiOns OT
college liTe, we hope ThaT we have somehow
caughT The spiriT OT iT On These pages To pre-
serve Our happy memories.
The ETernal Peace LighT, Overlooking The cam-
pus Trom Oak Ridge was reliT in T945 by
presidenTial order. IT is perhaps symbolic OT The
Things To come when TOOTball and dance week-
ends, TraTerniTy display cOnTesTs and gOaTs in
The chapel reTurn Through The reconversion To
link Through The recenT crisis The GeTTysburg OT
yesTeryear TO The GeTTysburg OT Tomorrow in
perpeTuiTy. Thus iT is Tor all Those sacred memo-
ries OT college days ThaT This I947 ediTiOn, The
TiTThy-Third SPECTRUM, has been designed.
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This is iT. Finally aTTer monThs oT wondering wheTher The pages would
all TIT Togelrher and wheTher They would be published, we woke up one
morning and lo and behold, held a I947 SPECTRUM in our hands. To
our ediTorial and business sTaTTs, we give our congraTulaTions Tor a bang-
up iob and express our sincere graTiTude Tor all The hard work and co-
operaTion which They puT inTo This book. However, There are oThers
whose suggesTions and aid have been invaluable in making This publica-
Tion a realiTy:
Dr. Rasmus S. Saby, who helped keep The Tinancial waves Trom washing
us away: Dr. Thomas L. Cline Tor assisTance on mfaTTers oT policy and
ediTorial conTenT: ProT. C, Paul Cessna who aided in The phoTographic
siTuaTion wiTh picTures and The use oT his camerap l-lubie Brandenburg,
Henry Lee, .and John Loree who capably handled The phoTography de-
spiTe Tremendous diTTiculTyg To The arT sTaTT oT The Benson PrinTing
Company Tor guiding us in arT makeup and layouTg Mr. John Benson of
The same company, whose aid was diversiiciedg Mr. Dan Feldman of Hol-
lander and Feldman STudios: John Aurand, who helped wiThi ediTorial
maTTersg and Tinally Dr. l-lenry W. A. l-lanson, presidenT oT 6eTTysburg
College, who advice was immeasurable. To all we say, "Thanks a
Frank W. Klos. EdiTor
Donald B. Beal. Business Manager
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The i947 SPECTRUM as reliable and worllwy of The pal-
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good will and liberal conlribulions displayed by These busi-
ness men has done rnuclw for The imporlanr obligalions ol
financing 'rlwis yearbook. In rurn, The SPECTRUM feels
rlwal by prinling These adverlisemenls il is presenling a
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Banlley, Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Alberl'
Baylinson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Beal, Mr. and Mrs. H. Winfield
Beal, LT. Claude W.
Bearlie, Mr. and Mrs. William
Beisel, Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Bernsiorf, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Black, Col. and Mrs. H. M.
Blair, Mrs. Pauline
Boolh, Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Borslel, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl O.
Brace, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E.
Breneman, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Brua, Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Buhner, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl
Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Capone, Mr. and Mrs. Anfhony
Cummin, Mr. and Mrs. Waller E.
de Kraflil, Mr. and Mrs. George
Denz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
Dreier, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Arno S.
Durfenholer, Mr. and Mrs. Arihur
Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Eckman, Mr. and Mrs. Warren B.
Edwards, Mrs. Margarel B.
Enes, Mr. and Mrs. Carllon E.
Euslis. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T.
Faris, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Fife, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Fish, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl W.
Fraleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Philip W.
Fryberger, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S.
Garis, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Waller E.
Gerfys, Col. and Mrs. Charles W.
Glalleller, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Gould, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Gracey, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Greiman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A.
Gumm, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M.
Haag, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold
Held, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' H
Herrns+ad'r, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
High, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C.
Hoops, Mr. and Mrs. Herman J.
Hunsburger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L
James, Mr. and Mrs. Augusra
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold G.
Kammerer, Mr. and Mrs. George A
Keener, Mr. aand Mrs. Floyd C.
Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. John S.
Klos, Mrs. lrma B.
Kunde, Mr. and Mrs. Carl O.
Leedom, Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Lohr, Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald
Loree, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Lower, Rev. and Mrs. N. N.
Maguire, Capi. and Mrs. Edward B.
Masfers, Mr. and Mrs. Alberl M.
Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.
Mizell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell F.
Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald F.
Muhlbach, Dr. and Mrs. Arlhur C.
Nawiasky, Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Palazzolo, Dr. aand Mrs. Sanle
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F.
Refers, Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur H.
Porclevin, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Pyle, Dr. and Mrs. Norman J.
Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Waller A.
Reicherf, Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Salzmann, Mr. and Mrs. Adam J.
Schwarrz, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph F.
Senior, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Serpico, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
Smiih, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. L.
Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John
Spreen, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick D.
Srroehmann, Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Tanfs, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Toms, Mrs. Sluarl
Wenlz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.
Wickey, Dr. and Mrs. Gould
Worfh, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Wrighi, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl F.
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