Gettysburg College - Spectrum Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)

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W ag,--yawn N- . , C'-evagl., WY 1 f A M4 U L1usi,5Qxs:1Sg'vpxw f Y f'fz,JfgSf5'Yg'2w.1: ,ur 4 7 N Mp' ,JSQ'21g, fy -5 ,, ,yi ,vt . R rig aggwxqh f -Jim .M ffmgazlif 515' , W1 A J gi H K yffvvg P, mega 5 ,mggfu za: A V fig 2 :E-ygfgzgw N Q H rxslrfzf .K tk A . H i ..:2g,:' gi j f. K .! ': :,. I, I fgxli f , A V , f I H 3 wwe ULU, wwra35'. weaving .Quang WHERE '-FW! mi mf W Wmsii E IIEIIIIIATIII As Dean of Geffysburg College for fwenfy years, Wilbur E. Tilberg has been a leader in his field of work. Faifhfully mainfaining -highesf sfandards of scholar- ship af Geffysburg, he leads rafher fhan drives sfu- denfs fo serious fhoughf and sfudy. Because of his efforfs. fhe enfire college has profifed. 'JI Dean Til- berg willingly works many exfra hours and yef main- fains his usual calm and cheerful affifude. He is ever friendly and helpful fo sfudenfs who bring problems before him. And -however offen we meef him on fhe campus as wifh purposeful sfep he goes a-bouf his fasks, he always smiles and greefs us wifh an inspiring I word. We. enjoy friendship wi+h fhis man who has found so much of life in his school and work: we admire his spirif an-d wish fo honor him who has ma-de such an unselfish confribufion fo our Greafer Geffysburg. To him, as an expression of esfeem and in recognifion of his valuable service fo fhe College, fhis book is respecffully dedicafecl. TILBERG . . Dr. Henry W. A. Hanson 1'-his year will complefe his +wen+y-fiffh year as presidenl' of GeH'ysburg College, exceeding by several years rhe span of serv- ice of any of his predecessors. His long adminisfrarion -has been marked by exiensive buildin-g programs, academic advancemenis, exfension of fhe physical limirs of +he college properly, and a record numerical increase in ihe size of +he srudeni' body and faculiy. Wifh +he help of Mrs. Hanson, who lends charm and culiure ro our campus, Dr. Hanson has proven himself a friend and falher +o each siudenr and is rec- ognized by all as one who is willing and able 'ro give help and undersfanding whenever i+ is needed. He is one af+er whom each s+uden+ could paH'ern his life in order 'ro realize +o +he fullesi' ex+en+ his highesi goal. PHESIIIE 16 .um may na as ww--x van a 4-EM 1 n, ms ms HEN Y . . ANS AIIIVII ISIHATIO WILBUR E. TILBERG, Ph.D. DOROTHY G. LEE, A.M. Dean of fhe College Dean of Women MILDRED H. HARTZELL MRS. NELSON GROFT Secrefary fo the Dean Secretary io 'the Regisirar 18 1 ,A IDIS... i c. PAUL CESSNA, AM. Alumni Secretary CHARLES R. WOLFE, A.M. ROBERT B. RAU Registrar and Dean of Admissions Assistant to the President I9 RHQQHQAQP THE umsANlzAIloNs 1 2 fi 9 E 5 X E S4 9 7 Q fi 3 5 2, 3 5, 5 gi if R J. ix 2 Z 2 xi 5? E 2 S f I i Q E Q ? Q E K E 5 ! i F 1 E S ,1,,,M ,W , m,, M ,,, M M, M M , N 1 , , 4 THE CAMPUS Si H For The purpose oT providing equal represen- TaTion of all sTudenTs, The Campus SenaTe is com- posed oT one elecTed represenTaTive from each sTudenT living group and Tour members of The college TaculTy who are appoinTed by PresidenT Hanson. This sTudenT-TaculTy group is organized so ThaT beTTer relaTions wiThin classes and organ- izaTions may Take place Through The incepTion of more sTudenT governmenT. As parT of iTs work, The SenaTe is held respon- sible Tor TuncTions oT The Men's Tribunal. many Freshman Week acTiviTies, and appoinTmenT oT Childs,'Vice-Presidenfg Ferguson, Corresponding Secre- Taryg K1rkpaTrick, Treasurer, Tompkins, Recording Secre- Taryg Janke, Presidenf. Thi! ediTorship oT The "G-Book" or "Freshman Bi e." During The pasT year The SenaTe endeavored To progress in campus acTiviTies, one of The re- sulTs being The seTTlemenT oT The parking prob- lem which had been in quesTion Tor more Than a year. The problems oT Boolc STore policies and The advisabiliTy oT 6eTTysburg's ioining The UniTed STaTes NaTional STudenT AssociaTion were invesTigaTed. FaculTy members who served as advisers on The SenaTe This year were Dean Lee, Dr. Kramer, Proifessor Ziegler, and Rev. McCarney. FIRST ROW: SeverTson, ErmenTrouT, Tcrnpkins, Janke, Kirkpairick, Fergugson, Wald, Bauer. SECOND ROW: Edwards, Bohn, Snyder, Inch, Jones, SmiTI1, Enes. 22 IHI DIRCIASS UIIICIRS SOPHOMORES ROBERT E. DAY ...... , President DAVID S. WOODRUFF . . Vice-Presidenf DONALD I-IOLLWAY ..... Secrelary EDWARD D. RICHTER . . . Treasurer WILLIAM F. GOTWALD . . . Hisforian FRESHMEN HELMUTH ZEISS ....... Presidenl L. S. BUTTLER, JR ..... Vice-Presideni ALLAN w. HOLMAN, JR. . . secfemy DONALD C. Iv1acBEAN . . . Treasurer RICHARD M. BACIK . . . Hisforian Helping Io make plans for Ihe Soph-Frosh Hop and deciding Ihai 'Ilne Class of '50 wiII presenl' an eleclrical scoreboard Io +I1e college as Ilweir graduarion gill Jroolc up 'rlne main parf of Jrhe SopI1omore's class meeling Iime. Freshman acfiviiy was limiiecl Io +Iwe selecrion of officers and Jrhe organizafion of Jrlwe class, showing Ihar Frosh, 'rhouglw "green," are anxious Io lake Ilweir place in campus aclivifies. Holloway, Woodruff, Day, Richler, Golwald MacBean, Zeiss, Bacik 23 Sillllii IIHITISTI ASSIIIIIATIII The STudenT Chrisfian Associafion, largesT or- ganizaTion on campus, sfrives To exTend iTs in- fluence over all phases of college life. Rev. How- ard J. lvlcCarney, The college chaplain, advises The associafion which was presided over This year by William A. Mcliendry. Previous To The beginning of The fall semesTer The SCA Cabinef, composed of nineTeen chair- men and The execufive commi'TTee, held iTs an- nual reTreaT aT Osoga Lodge in order To plan acTiviTies for The school year. To open iTs acTivi- Ties officially for The Term, The SCA sponsored The college campfire and recepfion during Fresh- man Weelc. MonThly programs, held on The firsT Monday SCA af play--"Taira Two, They're small!" L' , .whims limmsgggf SQ isammg -,-ix." vmagggaa a F s mag:-.Q VMUHEQQ w.f WM M, . "Winans lgwwmggg abnebna :THWWEEQ Tas?-sf ? -i-Aw---sr 41 'T WQEEH lg - . E TTT?-ggiiifwssiim Q 1 'H TL!!-a a .4 Presiclenf McKendry and Chaplain McCarney of each monfh, were based on The Theme "Jesus Chrisf is Lord." Some of The prominenT speakers during The year were Mrs. A. H. Fellenbaum, Lancasfer, Rev. Wallace L. Gallup of Harrisburg, and Dr. Abdel R. WenTz, Presidenf of The Lufheran Theological Seminary. As parf of iTs proiecf relaTive To world affairs, The SCA sponsored The Unifed STudenT Drive, a combined drive for The World STudenT Service Fund and LuTheran STudenT AcTion. The goal for This year was 52,000 and iTs parTicular proiecf was The refurnishing of The sTudenT resfauranf aT Innsbruck, Ausfria. Because of The desfrucfion of Weidensall Hall in November, I946, The SCA moved ifs head- quarfers To The "Rec Hall." ln addiTion To offer- You eaT if, Bill. 1 'Q A ,Q r 15 nj, Q JP -Q13 ' 'QQ' 4:5 Qt 1 L .r I ww J Q - ea A 4 V- fr. ,, V QW M - " X W it V . P ry w .nw , 5 " ' 'X ff- L 9 Lf ,Qi K-S" .... ' X' W -FHA , --5 g - A Aja . ,3 Q ' 5A :E A ' V -f us -11:95 Y ,FEE " A a ' S W N j V A A ,el 1 . 4 .K g ' H 'E ' f P P . 1 ' 11555 I . A if-f , D J, - Q ww, , -1' 4527 'Rm , 'W ' 1 A ' 2 1 SEQ- S 'W W 2Q?l1':w3jN as -f,. 4q.w,' i5:EEgk Q ., A .!,f. I QA.. ,Q .M K .- 1 ' K 5 ' ? L K r if 7 7 Q ' K "": . 1 'bl 75 J 'F am 5 Q "iff . .. 5 W " 5 if i4 ,.-' fm' Z 2 E2 y AT y Q . 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Wagnild originaTed The A Capella Choir in I936: Trorn ThaT Time he has coupled his background of sTudy aT ST. OlaT College under The guidance oT F. Melius ChrisTianseri, wiTh personal experience, unTiring paTience and eTForT so ThaT The GeTTysburg A Capella Choir mighT offer To oThers The loesT in choral music. Working ouT The deTails oT publiciTy and ac- cornmodaTions, and arranging Tor concerTs is The work oi noT only The direcTor, buT The TaculTy BuT The singing is fun DIRECTOR PARKER B. WAC-SNILD OPPOSITE PAGE, FIRST ROW: Thomas, Salter, McCar- ney, Dunclore, Harfranff, Eckman, L. Mirkley, 'Yos+ Ehmann, Burkholcler, Trexler. SECOND ROW: Pyle, Diller Aurand, Brubaker, R. Boyson, Herman, B -.'1 oih, Moss Bergen, Forlenbaugh, Saul, Meeks. THlRD ROW: Nelson, Michael, Kerns, Keller, Simonlon, Brown, Sclulack, Rock, King, Gould, Hagerfy. FOURTH ROW: Sfihwarfz, Solvers, Pailerson, Siover, V. Mickley, Raflensperrger, Wagner, Ehrhari, Fisher, Hemperly. FIFTH ROW: J. Boyson Luebbe, Craley, Swope, Rudisill, l-lui-Aer. i I manager, Dr. William C. Wallemeyer, and The siudeni manager, Paul F. Luebbe, During ihe pas? year new gowns were ololained. Choir membership is achieved each fall by means of personal lry-ours wilh fhose sludenis who possess musical abiliiy, sincerily, and a keen willingness +0 work being chosen. Pariicipalion in Jrhe conceri lour is reslricied according lo college scholaslic reguirennenls. Because Weid- Baclc sfage al' a concerl 1 i ensall Hall was siill noir compleled, 'lhe four weekly praclices had To be held in Brua Chapel, allrhough lhe Choir expecls +o reiurn lo Hs permanenr praciice guarfers in The SCA build- ing nexl semesler, This year's soloisls were Mar- 'rha Herman, Anna Dundore. Dorolhy Moss, Thomas Hunler, Fred Brown and Donald Hemp- erly. Only one singer in 'lhe crowd . , Q I ,M Alexis edifecl The GeTTysburgian THE GTTTYSBURBIA Our Type-Shryocl: RaTed All-American by The AssociaTed Col- legiaTe Press' criTical service Tor second semesTer lasT year, The GeTTysburgian expanded To an alTernaTe Tour page and six page weelcly under The ediTorship OT Jerry Alexis and business managership oT KenneTh Childs. DisTribuTed every Thursday To members OT The sTudenT body, The Gerlysburgian serves no par- Ticular TacTion, buT raTher oTTers an excellenT opporTuniTy Tor all sTudenTs To express Their in- dividual TalenTs in wriTing and To bring To The campus The laTesT college news. ln January The sTaTT held iTs annual banqueT aT which Time Tom Shriver, AssociaTed Press sporTs wire ediTor from Harrisburg, was guesT speaker. Holding The posT oT managing ediTor was Richard Tome who had all The headaches oT making up The paper. 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L-.- i g-NW -as r ,Q LeTT: DuTch changes Things. RighT: Business is good, Harry? Under The direcTion oT Frederick Bodensielc, ediTor-in-chieT, and Harry McNeal, business man- ager, The I949 SPECTRUM sTaTT Turned ouT an annual To "Remember". New TeaTures of This year's publicaTion in- cluded The selecTion of a campus beauTy queen. Two aTTendanTs and Ten courT-oT-beauTy rep- resenTaTives who were presenTed aT The Junior Prom. The annual joined The NaTional ScholasTic Press AssociaTion so Tha+ The bool: mighT be criTicized by experTs Tor The beneTiT of TuTure sTaTTs and also iniTiaTed a SPECTRUM banqueT. IT was Shirley WorTh and ErnesT Johnson who seT The pace Tor TuTure adverTising and circula- Tion managers. While Charles DeTwiler snapped The picTures Tha+ AssociaTe EdiTor Joseph Ra- phael scheduled, ArT Co-ediTors Gail Grogan and DoTTie Hamme suffered Through layouT changes. Under AssociaTe EdiTor Enid Nelson, The deparT- menTal ediTors, Nancy Gould, Frank BreTz, Jess Ofley, Dan Balcer, Nancy Dreier, Doris STeTler and Douglas Cooney, prepared manuscripTs wiTh Their aides. Jaclc VieTs, Bob Leber and Don Holl- way compleTed The managerial sTaTT oT The busi- ness end. FIRST ROW: Erdley, Menchey, BreTz, OTl.ey, Nelson, Bodensiek, Raphael, Baker, Cooney, STeTler, l-lamme. SECOND ROW: Sourber, Clemens, Crickenbarqer, Sfroehmann, Dreier, Haabesfad, Loff, BurneTT, Forfenbaugh, Mayer, Hankins, Marks, Moses. THIRD ROW: SToTharT, Buxton, BurkhardT. 4 2 K ' fE?2.gQ5:- H Ei- ,.,, 1 . K H Y W X B ,X 4 ' 5 . ,., , , H ,. ' K , Q is ff' 33 d r ag Y LE L X ,ais:, gggi , I" Ei, is n 14 5 was -533155 H f :F :" ..::: ' E B . :E:. ". ' -Y ., .K 'Y ' gi ' ,. -:-1' ' Q" .r" ' . -- - I -E N M ' V21 F fgQ:bga1, ,g3,g3 ,Z Q' 2' 2' ' H mwah 5 .iv WH-ffq 1 J 5 5, -Q 2? ' Mg' ' ff? 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'aft 'WMM Q W , isegfz: 524, t My 'f ' ' Mu" --14 wx. :.. A W 2 Q ,a:q,gx::35 , -.-3 5 M, 5 ,X . , W W, . 1 wa A . ,,.. In vm 'f X Y, Z ,g 5327 ' vw. 3:5-:Q 5 'x 'V' Q in M 3 - -zc':::'1":,'-5.29. "' I , -f:'j.5 j ff' -5' 1 ,Nw 1 Maw-fnM..:-M,1:,z.M.. , WMM. unch? , 1 , W w-vm FIRST ROW: Grupe, Weniz, McFarland, Scherch, Brace, V, Shuler, John, James. SECOND ROW: Erdley, Enes, Schaff, Given, Buxton, Snycfer, N, Shuler, Troiiere, Brua. THE llWl Owl and Nighringale, campus drama- Jric organizafion, Jrlnis year carried our ra full program of four producfions under Those sefs don'f go up by fhemselves ,K M ef Hwe direcrion of Dr. Richard A. Arms. Presenred were Norman Krasna's "Dear Rum", "The Mayor and 'rlwe Manicure" Mama gefs plasfered . L- 11 by George Ade, "Candida" by George Bernard Shaw, and ConsTanTine Simon- oTT's "The Wide World Over." As a TeaTured parT oT FaTher's Day en- TerTainmenT, "The Mayor and The Mani- cure" was given. OTTicial opener oT The club's season, The Broadway and Holly- wood hiT "Dear RuTh", was The TirsT pro- ducTion To be presenTed in The new Rec- reaTion Hall where an audience OT ap- proximaTely Tive hundred people can be se-aTed. TransTerring Their eTTorTs Trom The large sTage oT The gym To The small sTage oT The "Rec l-Tall" presenTed cerTain diTTTi- culTies Tor The casT, buT The acousTics were Tound To be much beTTer in The laTTer place. OTher changes had To be made in IIIHT were ThaT a candidaTe eiTher have a speaking parT in aT leasT Two producTions, serve as a sTage manager Tor aT leasT Two producTions, or work on The sTage crew Tor one year. PresidenT Richard Scherch has announced ThaT because The member- ship is limiTed To TwenTy-Tive and Th-aT The club already has TwenTy members, The old sysTem oT choosing new Thespians will be used nexT year. This sysTem is a sTricTer meThod which requires new members To have had aT leasT Two leading roles or To have had a posiTion as sTage manager, chieT elecTrician. publiciTy m-anager or business manager Tor aT leasT Two produc- Tions. ln The plans Tor a "C5reaTer GeTTys- burg", Owl and NighTingale hopes To TurTher iTs work in a permanenT building, Glllf relaTion To scenery and miscellaneous iTs own campus TheaTre, solely dedicaTed sTage props. To The developmenT oT The Technique of RequiremenTs Tor membership This year dramaTic pursuiTs. No, my darling claughTer! IT was even funnier on The sTage! THE MERCURY Under The ediTorship oT RoberT A. Charles, "The Mercury", oTTicial college magazine, con- Tinued To provide The members oT The sTudenT body wiTh an ouTleT Tor Their liTerary abiliTies. This publicaTion, which appeared Tour Times clur- ing The school year, conTained poeTry, ediTorials and shorT sTories. AlThough inacTive during The BOB CHARLES Editor-in-Chief war years. This revived organizaTion again pro- vides The besT in sTudenT liTeraTure. The ediTor, along wiTh Paul J. Abel as associaTe ediTor and Malcolm C. lv1oriTz as managing ediTor, sTrove To creaTe in The sTudenTs an inTeresT in composi- Tion and To give The advanTage oT consTrucTive criTicism in relaTion To liTerary abiliTies. FIRST ROW: Brua, WalTer, Beisel, Guss Charles, Moss, MoriTz, Eichman, BreTTschneider, Phleger, Breiqhner. SECOND ROW: Parker, Miller, MacRiTchie, Grissinger, Schafer, King, Finch, Michael, STeTler, Wood, Jones 36 FIRST ROW: Shoemaker, Dixon, Haussman, BurneTf, Gardill, VarT, Graele. SECOND ROW: Ghannam, Slonaker Venable, Brelz, Avanfzena, Snuler, John, Biehl, Bollinger. Nemeschy, Dr, Shaffer. THIRD ROW: Greiman En smmger, Hicks, Bal-nrenlfmrg, Berg, Emigh, Rice, Davis, Cadzow, Howells, Kelley, STarner, Miller, Clemens, Palmer FOURTH ROW: Mizell, Jones, McKendry, Hess, Davis, Baker, ST:-ang, Moreland, Burkhardl, Craley, Kirschner Han-ime, Gofwald, Braun, Waldkoenrg, Bohn. The sole qualiTicaTion for membership in The lnTernaTional Club is The demonsTraTion and mainTenance of an aclrive inTeresT in inTernaTional problems. PresidenT RoberT Avancena soughT To bring some of The world's besT speakers To our campus, The ToremosT being Ferenc Nagy, former premier of Hungary. AcTiviTies of The lnTer- naTional Club were also combined wiTh Those of oTher organizaTions To creaTe sTudenT inTeresT. I llll Allll lll Clllli AnoTher parf of The year's work was cenTered in The shipmenT of cloThing To Europe and sponsor- ing, Through fraTerniTy appropriaTions, CARE packages To needy Tamilies abroad. AT The end of The school year a represenTaTive group wiT- nessed a UniTed NaTions conference aT Lake Success, New York. Dr. William K. Sundermeyer and Dr. W. Frederick Shaffer were co-advisers. Ex-Prime -Minisier Ferenc Nagy and lnTernaTional Club Presidenf Bob Avancena In spire of +he Fresh- man rebellion ro rhis year's cusroms, Andy Hislop, aided by his Council, conducied 'rhe 'rrials and punishmenrs of violarors. Freshmen ourepulled rhe upper classrnen in a Tribunal- sponsored 'rug o' war during Homecoming Week-end +o win an early end To cusroms. FIRST ROW: Tafasciore, Jacobson, Hislop, Dodson. SECOND ROW: Hire, Emigh, Leaman, Keller, Greenawald. ME' Tlillill i FIRST ROW: McKendry, Becker, Warman., Presiderndr, Creager, Hess, Hire. SECOND ROW: Hopcraff, Linfa, Seizer, Sfarnrer. The lnrer-Frarerniry Council, foremosi' campus group for mainiaining harmony among iraierniries, is under 'rhe leadership of Clayron War- man. Advised by Dr. Kramer, rhis group sponsors 'rhe inrer-fraierniry dances, con- ducis iniramural sporis, es- iablishes rushing rules, and Through discussion seelcs io berrer frarerniry relaiion- ships. WUME T STUDE I GUVER Mi T SPONSORS OF MAY DAY Firsf Row: Burnett, Pee, Presidenf, Harris, Fellenbaum. Second Row: baugh. ' The Women's Siudenf Council, composed of represenlarives chosen from each class during spring elecrions, is The governing body of Jrhe women on campus. Madeline Pee, presiden+ of Jrhe organizalion, is assisred by Jane Harris, vice- presidenf. Anne Fellenbaum records minufes of 'rhe council meeiings held every Monday nighi and of lhe enlire group meerings held once a monih. May Day, wifh fhe fradijrional crowning of The queen, Maypole dancing, and moving-up exercises, is under fhe jurisdiclion of rhe council. Lasf year Marcia Maguire was appoinfed chairman of The affair and Caren Brubaker acied as her assislanr. FIRST ROW: Acker, Trump, Putnam, Johnson, , Fuss, Pluck, SECOND ROW: Eckman, Gilberi, Tiffle, Euhner lMay Queenj, Heim, Hoops. Matlack, Michael, Forien- The Women's AIhIe+ic Associaiion, consisiing of an execufive board of srudenfs represeni- ing each sporI, plans in+ramuraI 'rournamenfs and inIercoIIegiaI'e games. The spor+s pro- gram, under Ihe guid- ance o'I Marcia Ma- guire, Ihe Physical Educaiion Direcior. mainiains IaciIi'ries for hockey, basIceI'baII, soIIbaII, swimming and riflery. FIRST ROW: Schaff, Forfenbaugh, I-Iaabesfad, Hankins Dreier, Miss Maguire. SECOND ROW: Parker, Enes, Sfefler, Schwarfz, Gracey, Eraleggh. NIISSING FROM PICTURE: C. Brubaker, resi ent. WIIMI IS IITHIIIIII ASSIIIZIATIII WIIMI' IIIIIIII AI FIRST ROW: Culp, Harris, Presidenf, Wenfz, Hoops. SECOND ROW: Foulkrodl Lohh, Gaiman. Those Indian cosfumes and nighlr caps, Ihose smiles wiihour coIor were all par? of ihe rulings of Women's Tribunal. The Courr, com- posed OI six members head- ed by Jane I-Iarris, direcied women's cusioms Io keep freshmen on Jrhe "s'rraighI and narrow" during six weeks of hazing. Pan-Hellenic Council, or- ganized lor lhe purpose ol ellecling governmenl and discussing inler-sororily problems. is composed of a senior and a iunior member ol each nalional sororily and one repreesnlalive from 'rhe local sororily. Dean Dorolhy G. Lee serves as Facully adviser lo 'rhis governing body. FIRST ROW: Michael, Pluck, President Brubaker, Pyle. SECOND ROW: Hoops, Haabesfad, PA -Hllll Ili llllll llll J SC!-llllllllll llllllll FlRST ROW: Hewson, Sfarner, Bushey, Talnsciore, Slefl, Prcsidenl, Schaeffer, Mearns, Poorman. SECOND ROW: Langerman, Emigh, Healv, Dowic, Meschler, Boyson, Carlson, Selman, Slrube. -:uuiaeifv W Ne-se. sif5ra1ram.wf4m ww-'ucv-.-v-s Scabbard and Blade, nalional mililary so- ciely organized +o furlher The desire for dislinclion in milirary service, is composed of sludenls enrolled in 'rhe advanced courses of lhe Reserve Ollicer's Training Corps Unil. Edward F. Slell serves as presidenl and Col- onel Allred lvlcKenney is adviser. Under 'rhe direclion of ad- viser Dr. Norman E. Richard- son, philosophy maiors and sludenls having six semesler hours credil in advanced philosophy form Gamma chapler of Alpha Kappa Alpha, nalional philosophical lralernily. Reading of slu- denl papers and guesl speakers comprise programs lor monlhly rneelings. Mi- riam F. lvIcCarney is presi- - denl. FIRST ROW: Dr. Richardson, Yosf, Luebbe, McCarney, Presidenl, Kniseley, Arenfz, Elchberger, Prof. Ackley. SECOND ROW: Fisher, Mcliendry, Nemeschy, Slauffer, Cernek, Tripler, Lewis, IPH KAPPA AIPHA llllllllll Illlll Organized lor cullival- ing inleresl' in biologi- cal sciences, Befa Bela Bela, nalional honorary biological lralernily, conlinues aclivilies wilh Dr. Earl Bowen as adviser and Phyllis Fraleigh as presiclenl. Sludenls having a B average in Biology as major or minor subiecl, prepared specimens lor exhibilion during lvlolh- ers' Day. FIRST ROW: Ferguson, Brace, Eckman, Ruof. SECOND ROW: Dr. Simpson, Sallzer, Dickson, Fraleiqh, President, Inch, Worfh, Dr. Bowen, Prof. Messer. THIRD ROW: Reed, Davis, I-Iippensleel, Jensen, Maguire, Barclay, Riskin, Adams, McFarland, Devers, Neiisladl, Carl, Mickey. FOURTH ROW: Schmil- lhenner, Reynolds, Palazzolo, Young, Jacobi, Bgngley, Woodruff, Davis, Reed, Williams, Hoff, Marks, e arry. qiiitm'-'riff Yi: Sludenls who have com- pleled Twelve hours of sludy in German wilh a B average may be voled info Della Phi Alpha, nalional honorary German fralernily. Dr. Feise, a loremosl aulhorily on Goelhe, was a speaker This year. Joyce Lewis serves as presidenl and Dr. Sunder- meyer as adviser. FIRST ROW: Carl, Dr. Keppler, Weirner, Lewis, Presidenl, Bodensiek, Jacobi, Dr, Sunder- rneyer, McCarncy. SECOND ROW: Trexler, Sallzer, Heckman, Schafl, Dursfewilz, Miller, Ne- rneschy, Sfauffer, Pallerson, Hess, Fluck, Buss, Yost THIRD ROW: Banlley, Luebbe, Marks. lllllll PHI AIPHII 1, EIIISIIINI HI FIRST ROW: Dr. Sundermeyer, Jensen, Heelnznn, Brelrchneider, Pee, Presideni, Eichberqer, Guss, Meeks, Dr. Glenn. SECOND ROW: Forfenbauqiw, Lewis, Eusfis, Boofh, Sanner, John, Siefler, Kmsely, Yingling. THIRD ROW: Walker, Keller, Rudisill, Miller, Lindquisr, Peck. Ela Sigma Phi, nalional honorary fralernily for Lalin and Greek slu- denls, is headed loy Madeline Pee wifh Dr. Schaffer and Dr. Glenn as advisers. Sawyer M. lvlosser, '28, Librarian of Ihe American Nu- mismalic Sociely of Nlew York Cily, was guesl speaker on Greek and Roman coins. FIRST ROW: Fluck, Heckman, Meeks, Presideni, Eusfis, Salfzer, Edwards. SECOND ROW: Dixon, Dursfewifz, Schwarlz, Trumpefer, Shaffer. Kappa Delia Epsilon, na: Jfional educaiion sororiiy, has been organized for 'rhe siudy of educaiional problems. During ihe pasi year ihe Naiional KDE Conveniion was held on campus ai which lime Mary Edna Meelcs, serv- ing as chapier president was elecied chairman of The Na- iional Junior Council. KAPPA llillll EPSIHI The nalional educaiion fraierniiy, Kappa Phi Kappa, collaborafed wiih Kappa Delia Epsi- lon 'rhis year io revive ihe pre-war cusfom of sponsoring Moiher and Faiher weelc-ends. This organizaiion, composed of prospecfive ieach- ers, is presided over by John Held wi'rh Dr. Kramer and Professor Johnson as advisers. FIRST ROW: Breiz, John, Held, President, Luebbe, Slifer, Dr. Glenn. SECOND ROW: Smifh, Zimmer- man., Gulden, Bohn, Diehl. FIRST ROW: Rinaca, Burkholder, Sfaufler, President, BurneT1, Moore. SECOND ROW: Dr. Forfen- baugh, Dean Tilberq, Dr. Idle, Prof. Fisher. Membership in The na- Tional honorary hisTori- cal TraTerniTy, Phi Al- pha TheTa, is resTricTecl To hisTory maiors. This organizaTion meeTs Twice per semesTer, aT which Time hisTorical Topics are presenTecl. George STauTTer serves as This year's presicIenT and ProT. Wallace Fisher, adviser. PHI AIPHA IHIIA PHI SIGMA IIIIA STudenTs who have achieved a B average in any oT The Romance languages aloove The basic course are voTed inTo The naTionaI honorary socieTy Tor sTudenTs oT Ro- mance Languages, Phi Sigma loTa. Dr. AlberT Bachman serves as looTh adviser and presidenT of This modern lauguage socieTy. FIRST ROW: De Jacomo, Slefler, Meeks, Prof. Hamme, Dr. Bachmani, John, Michael, Bergen. SECOND ROW: Koenig, Walier, Shaub, Enes, Eusiis, MoriTz, Gould, Shuler. Siudenfs who coniribuie oulsianding worlc on any of 'Ihe campus publicarion siafis are eligible for mem- bership in Pi Della Epsilon, narional journalisric sociely for borh men and women. This organizarion was re- acrivared as of March, I947, Ihrough The efforlrs of James I-Iar'rzeII. Roberr L. Shryock served as presidenr. FIRST ROW: Bodensiek, Shryock, Tome, Alexis. SECOND ROW: Childs, Babylon, Janke. PI IAMIIIIA SIGMA Polirical Science and Economics maiors who have compleled Ihree semesrers' worlc in col- lege and who have mainrained a C aver- age are eligible for membership info Pi Lambda Sigma, nafion- al honorary Iralerniry. Roberi I-I, Janlce is presideni wiI'h Dr. Ras- mus S. Saby and Pro- fessor George R. Larkin acfing in advisory ca- pacily. FIRST ROW: Serpico, Brua, Sprowls, Miller, Eichman. SECOND ROW: Prof. Roberfs, Boofh, Mizell, James, Janke, Presidenf, Moss, Leid.y Jones, Prbf. Salizer, Dr. Saby, THIRD ROW: Hangen, Sfarahs, Skidmore, Barrick, Dowie, Hough, Grupe, Childs, Peck, Besch, Babylon-, Greiman, Sobe.rs, Biehl Hacker. FOURTH ROW: Sfefl, Kafz, Lau, Young, Porieir, Mearns, Emigh, Arnold, Alexis, Hislop, Leber, Hunf, Read, Ermenfroul, Baker, Dovey, Chapman. uv Under The guidance ol Dr. G. Saylor Warlhen, sludenls who have been oulslandinq in lhe lield ol debale are inilialed inlo Tau Kappa Alpha, nalional honorary forensic lralernily. The or- ganiza+ion's primary lunclion is lo furlher develop lhe oralory skills ol ils mem- bers. Auslin Hess is presi- denl. FIRST ROW: Bruat Enes, Dean Tilberg, Hess, Presidenl, Berg. SECOND ROW: Erdley, Luebbe Brelfschneider. lllll PPAAlPH Slllllllll l lIHlMlSlS FIRST ROW: Wcrfh, Dreier, Diehl, Young, Marks, Presidenl, Jensen, Mayer, Jacobson. SECOND ROW: Diehl, Jr., Davis, Graybill, Pager, Clewe-ns, Bauer, Depfer, Miller, Golwald, OH, Svar NGS. Chemislry maiors who wish lo increase Jrheir individual knowledge in modern fields of lhis science compose lhe grealrer parl' ol Scepli- cal Chymisfs. This or- ganizalion is designed To help sludenls ralher Than lo lurlher chemis- lry advancemenl di- reclly. Advisers are Dr. John B. Zinn and Dr, C. A. Sloal. George F. Brown headed This year's slafl of The "Freshman Bi- ble" which was pub- lished during lhe sum- mer of I947 so lhal il would be ready for use by Seplember "Frosh." The G-Book conlains arlicles aboul 'rhe "ins and ours" of campus life and lhe adminislra- lion. FIRST ROW: Wenlz, Smilh, Sn der, Brown, Sobers, Mayer. SECOND ROW N znay B khard Brefz, Avancena, Nemeschy, Bollinqer -llllllll f lllllllllll Blllllllllllll FIRST ROW: Faris, Waller, Harris, Meeks, Euslis, Gelfys, Brellschneider, Gussx SECONQ ROW: Fuss, Ehmann, MacRifchie, Beharry, Walker, Schafer, Wood, Eichman, Bersel, Grissinger. "Books for lhe World ol Tomorrow" was This year's lheme for meelings of lhe Modern Book Club, where guesr speakers were presenl lo creale ideals in reading. This organizalion, advised by Librarian John l-l. Knicker- bocker, and headed by Na- dine Euslis, cooperaled wilh 'rhe Adams Counly Library in celebraling Book Week. Nadine Euslis was presidenl. FIRST ROW: Koenig, Burkholder, Heilnxan, Ehmann, Moss, Schafer, Harris, Gardill, SECOND ROW: Breffschneider, Beisel, Guss Dursie-viTz, Lingenfelier, Brefz, Miller, Euslis, Meeks, Dun- dore, Homme, Trexler. THlRD ROW: Schlack, Krefsinger, Moreland, Lindquist Under The direcTion OT DoroThy L. Moss, The Vesper Choir conTinues To be a sTudenT organ- izaTion which cooper- aTes To presenT The besT in religious music. Each Sunday evening The Choir provides choral and solo selec- Tions To inspire The Vesper Services spon- sored by The STudenT ChrisTian AssociaTion. VTSPTR lIHlllIl lZHlTlllTAIlTliS Regardless of wheTher G-Burg was winning or los- ing, The seven members oT The Cheerleader Squad, headed by dynamic Jesse James, go Through Their calesThenTics aT every game, giving The sTudenT body The boosT iT needed To supporT The Team. FavoriTe yell of ThaT man James was "Give a Poooshl" FlRST ROW: Erdley, James, Gingerich. SECOND ROW: H. Smilh, Trumpeier, Graybill. The Pre-Minislerial As- socialion is composed of all sludenls who are sludying for lhe Chris- lian minislry, regardless of lheir denominalion. Advised by Dr. William C. Wallemyer, lhe As- socialion has for ils aim lhe promolion of fellowship and inleresl among 'rhe pre-minis- 'rerial sludenls on cam- pus. FIRST ROW: Creps. Yincgling, Cernek, Gallion, Presidenl, Slauffer, Schmilrlhenner, Hile, Slrube. SECOND ROW: Scheidl, arl, Arenll, Musselman, Bollinger, Lindquisl, Schlack, Nein, Fisher, Picking. THIRD ROW: Burkhardr, Coslanzo, Sanner, Miller, Carlson, Moreland, Luebbe, Rudisill, Hangen, Rinaca, Tome, Slifer. PHllWllSlHHAl SSUCIATHI WWGC FIRST ROW: Forlenbaugh, Lescalleol, Becker, Harlrnan, Bacilc, Beisel. SECOND ROW: Eisen- harr, Griesf, Hopkins, Leppo, Melhorn, Wareheim, James, Jones, Slahl, Venable. HWWGC--The Voice of lhe Campus", newesl ol lhe college organizalions, is housed on lhird floor of Science l-lall. Work was slarled lasl' summer, while new equipmenl and con- slruclion of adequale rooms for broadcasling were added in lhe fall. WWGC is financed by The Sludenl Chesl, adminislered by sludenls, and advised by facully members. Under presenl' mechanical facili- lies This slalion has a broadcasling range of lhe campus sludenl body. Prof. John R. Roberls advises. The Spanish Club, or- ganized for sludenls in- Ieresled in speaking Spanish and furlhering Their knowl- edge of Spanish peoples, compleles ils lourlh year as a campus organizalion. The "Borcales", a new unil of The Club, plans programs for lhe meelings under The direclion of Professor Angel Franco. FIRST ROW: Koenig, Walters, Prof. Franco, Gardill, Rinaca, Carles, President, Dodson, Hamme, Breighner, Waybrighf. SECOND ROW: Waller, Wohlfarfh Gingerich, Haabesfad, Aurand, Wood, Sfefler, Eplev, Schafer, Eichman, Dixon, Meeks, Blocher, Varf, Minnich. THIRD ROW: Biehl, Graybill, McNeal Jr., Miller, Mann, Given, Landis, Richfer, Alexis, Morse, Griffifh, McNuIfy, Engle, Ensminger, FOURTH ROW: Wohlferf, Vernon, Tifus. SPA ISHIIIIIII IIE IIIIIIIII III!-I IS FIRST ROW: Shaffer, Erdley, Slefl, Shuler, John, Presidenf, Edwards, Shaub, Hoover, Koenig, Dr. Bachman. SECOND ROW: O'ConnelI, Moreland, Biehl, Morifz, Sfarahs, Sfolharf, Houser, Euslis, eu.. .o..az77... ess.. ..ww.nwa mvzwewi-r:.w4sm..::a1!:mwrsass1.. Wood, Hen son, Wa Her. Dr. Alberr Bachman, adviser of Le Cercle Francais, 'rhis year en- hanced discussion groups ol The club by relaling his experiences in France during a European Tour lasl sum- mer. Ivleelings, which may be allended by all French sludenls, are held bi-monlhly Ihroughoul Ihe year. eznmma. m.sc:.::-1p.m:4 uasfaua:..:1,T:a1..:.1:wa.:..mua.m.. FIRST ROW: Dr. Warfhen, Hess, Lueibbe, Berg, Manager, Emigh Bollinger. SECOND ROW: Picking, Sechrisl, Sfarner, Kelley, Mansur, Severtson, alcer, Jones, Oriel. This year a bigger and bel- ler debaling squad rep- resenled Gellysburg Col- lege in olher ciries and campuses. Coaching rhe squad was Dr. G. S. War- lhen. wifh John Berg as manager. She-duled acrivi- lies include debales wilh four colleges, field Jrrips, sludenr forums, and sraie lournamenl parlicipalion. Ml 'SIIEB ll lEAMl During lhe paslr year women sludenls were again organized lo pro- vide an opporlunily for individual improvemenl in lhe arf of public speaking. Under 'rhe managership of Lucille Erdley, deloales were scheduled al Dickinson. Temple, Muhlenburg, Lehigh and Shippens- lourg Siale Teachers College. FIRST ROW: Brua, Erclley, Manager, Breffschneider, Beisel. SECOND ROW: Grogan, Meeks, Forren- baugh, Guss, Graefe. Membership of 'lhe Gavel Club is made up of 'rhe presiclenl and vice-presidenl of each narional lralernily on campus. This organiza- +ion meels rwice a monrh for The purpose ol discussing in an in- formal manner 'rhe problems confronfing frarerniries Today. Dr. Frank H. Kramer serves as adviser. FIRST ROW: Leber, Presideinf, Shusfer, Childs, Porler, McFarland, Baker, SECOND ROW: Musselman Dierner, Wilson., Fraser, Depfer, Zimmerman, Holman, Tome, Burkindine. IlllIlM Cllll SllllIlS FIRST ROW: Rambo, Rasmussen, Cauflman, SECOND ROW: Smilh, Mearns, Fischer, Luebbe. Dorm Counselors, ap- poinled each year by Dean Tilberg, slrive ro mainrain orderly con- ducl wilhin dormilories housing men sludenls. This year 'rhe group, headed by Howard Rasmussen, was com- posed ol four coun- selors serving in Old Dorm and one each in lv1cKnigh'r Hall and Jrhe Governmenl Barracks. A X x fp ,S Is.-Q, gf. K M , J T1 aww. X if .gy kv X.- ,..-1-. -v--.v-wr, v " I 5 3 5 HX ...--:-,... . 1 A 4 7 ': - 4 . 1 2 S f , ,,gzwy1'3 71"x?Z'2ffif5f1f+T2ETvQT'f -vw . .. if ' ,,--.-smqrwfz-Agwrf,-H-. 2 3 ' kg M ,-AE N A,-.ij f , kr-,E H , nm in - S - -' 1411 YT . Q, 4. Aff an K, A H w x ,X 4 Q S 1 AQ, f f 1 ,W A mm. ga Y A if A 1551, y M45-f! T P . 'Eli W M , 5-61 ,, f V- - . ., vff L' . 'wx 16 ' Q . 2,5 iw ffiw- f -1 .r"' 1 we Q- in x K 4 13".'.Vs,Rf 7 W 'kr ,mi 2-N. ff' . , ..y?5 Y Q , Q K Q sq' ' . wig, 5 .. L.,. xjsaig. 'gm k gk' , A swfigzflfqfws-.1L,i ,f .Q ' :N Q gg? , 2 a 1 -2 '-I .....EZE. f .f f F: '1 ,.. "it ,, ' ' . nz ,gf Q, r 9 Q x' , ' wgagfzm ' M -.E R X fa? 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JEROME ALEXIS, Punxsutawney: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: Gettysburgian Assistant News Editor 2, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: SPECTRUM Associate Editor 3: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 3: Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: SCA 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3: Outstanding Junior 3: Junior Aide 3: Who's Who. O RICHARD N. ALLISON, Arendtsville: Mathematics: Phi Gamma Delta: Basketball I, 2: Soccer 3. C ROBERT M. ARENTZ, Hanover: Philosophy: Phi Kappa Rho: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Kappa Alpha 3, 4. O CYRIL P. ARNOLD, JR., Philadelphia: Economics: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Basketball I: lnterfraternity Coun- cil 2, 3. 0 DAVID S. BABYLON, Westminster, Md.: Economics: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: SPECTRUM Business Manager 3: Gettysburgian Business Staff 3, 4: Pi Lambda Sigma 4: Pi Delta Epsilon 4: Who's Who. 0 GUS H. BAHRENBURG, Hicksville, N. Y.: Biology: Phi Sigma Kappa: International Club 3, 4. O GLENN R. BANGE, Hanover: Physics: Phi Sigma Kappa. O DAVID S. BANTLEY, Johnstown: Chemistry: Phi Gamma Delta: Vice-President Freshman Class: Basketball Manager 2: SCA l, 2: Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4: Beta Beta Beta 3, '4: Soccer 2: Swimming 3: Choir 2: Band 3, 4. O GEORGE M. BARCLAY, York: Biology: Phi Kappa Psi. O SAMUEL W. BARRICK, Woodsboro, Md.: Economics: Sigma Chi: Men's Tribunal 3: Pi Lambda Sigma 4: International Club 4: Spanish Club 4. BABYLON BAHRENBURG BANGE BANTLEY BARCLAY BARRICK 58 BENNER BERG BESCH BOHN BOMBERGER BOOTH O ERNEST N. BENNER, Lansdale, Economics, Golf 3, 4, International Club 3, 4. O JOHN W. BERG, Baltimore, Md., Political Science, Phi Sigma Kappa, Men's Debate Squad I, 2, Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4, Gettysburgian 3, Associate Editor 4, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, Baseball Z, G-Book 2, International Club 3. O EARL D. BESCH, Oswego, N. Y., Economics, Sigma Chi. O ROBERT R. BOHN, Chambersburg, Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 3, 4, International Club 2, 3, 4, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, SCA 4, Campus Senate 4. O EARL E. BOMBERGER, Lebanon, Mathematics, Phi Kappa Psi, SCA 2, 3, Gettysburgian 2, Chess Club 3, SPECTRUM 3. O BETTY JANE BOOTH, Coracpolis, Economics, Phi Mu, Gettysburgian I, Z, 3, Assistant Business Manager 4, SPECTRUM 3, A Capella Choir 3, 4, Student Faculty Committee 3, 4, G-Book 2, WAA Board 4, SCA I, 2, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4. 0 DAVID J. BOYER, Johnstown, Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Gettysburqian I, Soccer Manager I, 2, Inter- traternity Council 2. O RUTH E. BOYSON, Gettysburg, English, Delta Gamma, Class Honors I, 2, SCA Cabinet 2, Class of I9I6 Prize 2, Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President' 3, President of Wom'en's Tribunal 3, Choir 3, 4, Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4, Outstanding Junior 3. I MIRIAM F. BRACE, Westfield, N. J., Mathematics, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, SPECTRUM 3, Gettys- burgian 4, Vesp'er Choir I, 2, 3, Sceptical Chymists 2, 3, 4. Sl IIIHS BOYER BOYSON BRACE RICHARD A. ARMS, Alumni Professor of Mathematics and Director of Dramatics. BRAUN BRETZ BRITCHER BROWN BRUBAKER BURKINDINE I ROBERT W. BRAUN, Irvington, N. J., Economics, Phl Sigma Kappa, Gettysburgian I, 2, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager I, International Club 3, 4. O FRANK H. BRETZ, New Bloomfield, Political Science, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA I, 2, Cabinet 3, International Club 2, Vice-President 3, Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 3, G-Book 3, SPECTRUM Organizations Editor 3. O BETTY J. BRITCHER, Gettysburg, History, Chi Alpha Sigma, Modern Book Club I, 4, Mercury 3, Vesper Choir l. O JOHN W. BROWN, Pompton Lakes, N. J., Physics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Swimming I, 2. O CAROLINE BRUBAKER, Bird-in-Hand, History, Chi Omega, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Gettysburgian I, 2, Swimming Instructor 2, 3, Senate 3, WAA President 4, Women's Student Council 4, A Capella Choir 3, 4, Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4, Chairman Dance Committee 2, SPECTRUM 3, SCA I, 2, 3. O CODY F. BURKINDINE, Baltimore, Md., History, Kappa Delta Rho. O FRANK B. CAREW, Moorestown, N. J., Economics, Phi Delta Theta, Track 2, 3, Scabbard and Blade 4. O AUDREY C. CERVINO, Haddon Heights, N. J., Psychology, Phi Mu, Women's Debate I, 2, Gettys- burgian I, 2, SCA I, 2, Modern Book Club I, 2. 0 JOSEPH A. CERVINO, Haddon Heights, N. J., Economics, I, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Council 3, Interfraternity Council 3, Who's Who. Sigma Chi, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 0 VINCENT C. CHANGLIN, Wildwood, N. J., Mathematics, Phi Delta Theta, SPECTRUM 3, Gettys- burgian I, Senate 2, Interfraternity Council 2, SCA I, 2. I ROBERT A. CHARLES, Harrisburg, English, Alpha Kappa Alpha 4, International Club 3, Mercury Literary Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Gettysburgian 2, Pi Delta Epsilon 4, French Club 3. 0 KENNETH H. CHILDS, Deerfield, Mass., Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soccer 2, 3, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4, SCA 3, Campus Senate Vice-President 4, Gavel Club Secretary 4, Gettysburgian Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 3, 4, SPECTRUM 3, President of Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4. -I. CAREW CERVINO, A. CERVINO, J. Ct-IANGLIN CHARLES CHILDS 60 CONSTANZO CRONHARDT CROUSE CULP DAVIS, J, DAVIS S O JAMES T. CONSTANZO, Fair Oaks: English, Pre-Minislerial Socieiy 43 lniernafional Club 3, 4, SCA 3, 4 0 ROBERT S. CRONHARDT, Luiherville, Md., Physicsg Kappa Della Rho, SCA I. O JOHN M. CROUSE, Gellysburgg Political Science, Phi Kappa Psi. O DAVID T. burgian Business Manager 33 Inlerfraierniiy Council 3, Campus Senaie 3, Men's Tribunal 35 Scepiica Chymisis 2, 3, 4. O JAMES H. DAVIS, York, Chemistry, Phi Sigma Kappa, Infernafional Club 4, SCA 45 Scaplical Chymisl 4, Bela Beta Bela 4. O SAMUEL P. DAVIS, York, Chemlsiryg Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA 4, Iniernafional Club 4. O DALE E. DEARDORFF, Gellysburgg Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA 3, 45 Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4. CULP, New Kenslngiong Chemisfryg Alpha Tau Omega, Assislanl' Football Manager Ig Gefiys- I s O JOHN F. DEPFER, York, Chemislryg Phi Sigma Kappa: Scepiical Chymists 3, 4: International Club 3, 4, Gavel Club 43 SCA I, 4. O JOHN C. DEVERS, Mi. Carmel, Biologyg Lambda Chi Alpha, Beia Beia Bela 3, 43 Campus Senafe 3 Gavel Club 3. Sl IUIIS DEARDORFF DEPFER DEVERS ' FRANK H. KRAMER, Professor of Educaiion. DICE DICKERT DICKSON DIEHL DIEMER DIXON O WILLIAM M. DICE, Ligonier: Economics. O HARVEY W. DICKERT, Getlysburg: Physics: Phi Kappa Psi. O HARRISON M. DICKSON, Gettysburg: Biology: Sigma Chi: Gellysburgian I: Mercury l: Beta Befa Bela 2, 3, 4: Sceplical Chymisls 3, 4. O HARRY A. DIEHL, York New Salem: Chemistry: Scepfical Chymisfs 3, Treasurer 4: 'Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 3, 4: Modern Book Club 3: lnfernafional Club 3, 4: SCA 3, 4. 0 JOHN G. DIEMER, Valley Stream, N. Y.: Economics: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Track 2: lnler-Frafernily Council 3: Men's Tribunal 3: Gavel Club 3, 4. O JOYCE H. DIXON, Weslfield, N. J.: Hlsfory: Chi Omega: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: Geliysburglan I, Z: Vesper Choir 2: Kappa Delia Epsilon 3, 4. O RICHARD A. DODDS, Abington: Economics: Golf 3, 4: Geliysburgian 3, 4: SPECTRUM 4: Wrestling 4: Iniramural Sporls Head 4. I EDWIN DULL, Somersef: Mafhemalics: Phi Kappa Psi. I HELEN M. DURSTEWITZ, Wood-Ridge, N, J.: English: Baskefball 2: Kappa Della Epsilon 3, 4: SCA l, Z, 3, 4: Vesper Choir 4. O PERCELL B. ECKER, Gellysburg: Hislory: Baseball 3, 4: Foolball 2. I BEATRICE M. ECKMAN, Balfimore, Md.: Biology: Della Gamma: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4: S E I 0 R S May court 3- 0 CLARA BETTY EDWARDS, Lancasfer: English: French Club 2, 3, 4: Kappa Della Epsilon 3, 4: Phi Sigma Iola 4: Senale 4: Geflysburgian 2, 3, 4: SPECTRUM 3: Mercury 2, 3, 4: SCA 2, 3, 4. DODDS DULL DURSTEWITZ ECKER ECKMAN EDWARDS 62 ' EHMANN EISMANN EMIGH ENES ENKE ENTWISLE O DCJROTHEA E. EHMANN, Merchanlville, N. J., Social Science, Phi Mu, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Skelch Club 2, WAA Board 2, Gellysburgian I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4, Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Modern Book Club 2, 3, 4. O JAMES F. EISMANN, Philadelphia, Mafhemarics, Phi Della Thela, Foolball I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Men's Tribunal I, Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Gavel Club 3, 4. O HARRY G. EMIGH, Wesfminsler, Md., Economics, Sigma Chi, Mercury I, SPECTRUM 3, Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, Debate Team 4, Infernafional Club 3, 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. I MARJORIE H. ENES, Clifton, N. J., Psychology, Delfa Gamma, Campus Senate 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 4, G-Book 2, Gerlysburgian I, 2, 3, 4, Tertulia Espanola 2, Women's Debale Team I, 2, 3, Phi Sigma Iola 3, 4, Who's Who. O SHELDEN A. ENKE, Tenafly, N. J., Economics, Alpha Tau Omega. O RICHARD T. ENTWISLE, Philadelphia, Psychology, Alpha Tau Omega, SCA l, 2, lnler-Frafernify Council I, Secrefary 2, Treasurer 3, Tennis Team I, Rifle Team 2, Soccer Team 2, 3, 4. O GEORGE B. ERMENTROUT, Soulhamplon, Economics, Phi Della Thela, Band I, 3, 4, Gelfysburgian Adverlising Slaff 3, 4, SPECTRUM 3, 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 4, Treasurer of Senior Class 4. O PEGGY L. ETCHBERGER, Waynesboro, Psychology, Phi Mu, Gellysburgian I, 2, 3, Mercury 2, G-Book 2, SPECTRUM 2, Women's Debale Team 2, SCA I, 2, President of Phi Mu 3, 4, Alpha Kappa Alpha Secretary 3, Historian 4, El'a Sigma Phi Secretary 4, WAA Board 2. O NADINE E. EUSTIS, New Rochelle, N. Y., French, Phi Mu, Le Cercle Francais l, 2, 3, 4, Modern Book Club I, 2, 3, President 4, SCA I, 2, 3, Cabinef 4, WAA 2, Vice-Presidenl 3, Gelfysburgian I, 2, 3, 4, Ela Sigma Phi 3, 4, Phi Sigma Iola 3, 4, Kappa Della Epsilon 3, 4, Vesper Choir 4, Class Honors I, 2, 3. SI IIIIIS ERMENTROUT ETCHBERGER EUSTIS AG. SAYLOR WARTHEN, Graeff Prolessor of English. FAGER FERGUSON FISCHER FLUCK FOLK FRALEIGH O CHARLES B. FAGER, Harrisburg, Chemistry, Phi Kappa Psi. 0 N. JEAN FERGUSON, Camp Hill, Mathematics, Chi Omega, Campus Senate 4, SCA I, 2, SPECTRUM 3, Sceptical Chymists 2, Sketch Club I, 3, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3. O EDWARD D. FISCHER, Chicago, Ill , Economics, Phi Kappa Psi, Basketball I, Football I. O G. EVELYN FLUCK, Hatfield, Physics, Phi Mu, SCA I, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, President 4, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4, Gettysburgian 2, 3. O WILLIAM H. FOLK, York, Economics. O PHYLLIS FRALEIGH, Teaneck, N. J., Biology, Delta Gamma, WAA Treasurer I, Softball Manager 4, Basketball Manager 4, Women's Student Council I, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, President 4, SPECTRUM 3. O SAMUEL M. FRASER, Westfield, N. J., Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, lnterfraternity Council I, Pi Lambda Sigma 4, Gavel Club 4. O EDWARD G. FRASSO, Reading, Economics, Phi Gamma Delta, Basketball I, Gettysburgian l. O CHARLES R. FRENCH, Harrisburg, Biology, Phi Gamma Delta, Transfer from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Beta Beta Beta 4. 0 DONALD R. GALLION, Baltimore, Md., History, Phi Kappa Rho, Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, President 4, Campus Senate l, 2, 3, 4, SCA I, Z, 3, 4, Gettysburgian I, Sports Editor 2, Assistant Sports Editor 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4. O BETTY J. GARMAN, Baltimore, Md., Economics, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, 4, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Modern Book Club 3. I O WALTER E, GARMAN, Baltimore, Md., Political Science, Kappa Delta Rho, Tribunal 2, Gavel Club 4, President of Kappa Delta Rho 4. FRASER rnAsso 'FRENCH eAu.ioN GARMAN, s. GARMAN, w 64 GILL GILLESPIE GILMOUR GORMLEY GRACEY GRAEFE O EDWARD S. GILL, Gelfysburgg Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha. O ROBERT S. GILLESPIE, York: Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. O KENNETH W. GILMOUR, Brooklyn, N. Y., Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon: Baskelball Manager 2, 37 Baseball Manager 2, Presiclenl of Tau Kappa Epsilon 3. O JOHN R. GORMLEY, Gellysburgg Physics, Phi Sigma Kappa. I JANICE C, GRACEY, Glensideg Psychology, SCA 2, 3, 43 Baskelball Ig Riflery 2, 3, 43 Modern Book Club 3, WAA Board 4. C MARGARET A. GRAEFE, Balflmore, Md., Hisloryg SCA I, 2, 3, 45 Mercury 2, Ar? Edifor 3, A Capella Choir I, Z, 35 Vesper Choir I, 2: Le Cercle Francais Z, lnlernafional Club 3, 4, Women's Debale Team 4. O RALPH A. GREIMAN, JR., York, Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA I, 2, Cabinet 3, Treasurer 43 SPECTRUM 35 lnlernalional Club 43 Pi Lambda Sigma 4. 0 GEORGE L, GRIFFITH, Chambersburg: Social Science: SCA lg A Capella Choir I. O JOHN M. GRISSINGER, JR., York Springs, Englishg Sigma Chi, A Capella Choir lg Pre-Minisferial Associafion I, 2, 3, 4, Mercury lg SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Ela Sigma Phi 3, 4. Sl lllllS GREIMAN GRIFFITH GRISSINGER, J. RASMUS S. SABY, Professor of Economics and Polilical Science. --' GRISSINGER, M. GRUPE GULDEN HASSINGER HAUSSMAN HEALY O MARJORIE M. GRISSINGER, McConnellsburg: Economics: Chi Alpha Sigma: Le Cercle Francais 2: Modern Book Club 3, 4: Mercury 3, 4. O LEONARD C. GRUPE, Broomall: Economics: Phi Gamma Delta: Owl and Nighfingale 4: Hisforian Fresh- man Class: A Capella Choir I: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Getiysburgian 3, 4: SPECTRUM 3: Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O HARRY O. GULDEN, York: History: Sigma Chi: Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4. O ROBERT M. HASSINGER, Harrisburg: Biology: Phi Gamma Delia: SCA I, 3: Baskefball Manager I: Geliysburgian I: Mercury I: Tennis I, 3, 4: Tribunal 2. 0 DORIS M. HAUSSMAN, Graaf Neck, N. Y.: Mafhemaiics: Chi Omega: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Vesper Choir 4: Le Cercle Francais l, 2, 3, 4: Swimming I, 2. I JOHN D. HEALY, Philadelphia: Pnlifical Science: Alpha Tau Omega: Mercury 3: Baseball 3: Scabbaru and Blade 4. O MARY JANE HECKMAN, Allentown: German: Geffysburglan I, 2: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: A Capella Choir 3: Delta Phi Alpha 2, 4, Vice-Presidenl' 3: Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4. O JOHN T. HELD, Gefiysburg: Mafhemaiics: Phi Delia Theta: Soccer Manager I, 2, 3: Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 3, Presidenf 4. O EDWIN A. HESS, Akron: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Vesper Choir 2: Tau Kappa Alpha 3, Plresidenf 4: Debating I, 2, 3, 4: Geffysburgian 3: lnfer-Fraternity Council 3, Secretary 4. O JOHN L. HICKS, Chambersburg: Economics: Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Geifysburgian 2, 3: lnfernaiional Club 2, 3, 4. O HOWARD J. HIPPENSTEEL, Espy: Biology: Phi Sigma Kappa: Soccer 2, 3, 4: SCA I, 2, 3: lniernafional Club 3. l O ANDREW C. HISLOP, Lynbrook, N. Y.: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Men's Tribunal 3, President 4: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. l l l HECKMAN HELD HESS HICKS HIPPENSTEEL HISLOP 66 HOCK HOCKER HOLLINGER HOLMAN, E. HOLMAN, H. HOPCRAFT O JOHN M. HOCK, JR., Chambersburg: Economics: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. O LUTHER R. HOCKER, Whifemarsh: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: Tennis I: SCA I, 2, 4: Pi Lambda Sigma S E I 0 R S 3, 4: SPECTRUM Phofography Editor 2, 3. O JEAN A. HOLLINGER, Abboflslown: Biology. O ELIZABETH A. HOLMAN, New Bloomfield: History: Della Gamma: SCA l, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2. O HARRY HOLMAN, Camden, N. J.: Economics: Phi Kappa Rho. O DONALD M. HOPCRAFT, Scarsdale, N. Y.: Economics: Phi Gamma Della: SCA I, 2: lnfernafional Club 3: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4: lnler-Fralernily Council 4: Men's Tribunal 3: SPECTRUM 3. O JOHN R. HOUSER, Williamsport: Social Science: Phi Sigma Kappa: Campus Senate 3: SCA 2, 3, Cabinef 4: Band 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. O CHARLES L. HUNSBERGER, Philadelphia: Biology: Alpha Tau Omega: Geffysburgian I: A Capella Choir l, 2: Gavel Club 2: Bela Bela Bela 2, 3, 4: infer-Frarernify Council 2. O EDGAR E. HUNT, Johnsfown: Economics: Alpha Tau Omega: Mercury I: Inier-Fraiernify Council 3. 1 i HOUSER HUNSBERGER HUNT JOHN B. ZINN, Ockerhausen Prolessor of Chemlsfry. ILGEN INCH JACKSON JACOBSON JAMES JANKE SI IIIRS O N. ANNE ILGEN, Mifflinburg, Spanish, Delta Gamma, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, SPECTRUM 3, Phi Sigma Iota 4. O JOHN J. INCH, Jr., Philadelphia, Biology, Sigma Chi, Senate 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 3, Vice-President 4. O JEROME C. JACKSON, Il, Racine, Wis., History, Phi Delta Theta, Gettysburgian 2, SPECTRUM 3. Tribunal 4. O MURRAY JACOBSON, Newark, N. J., Chemistry, Band I, 2, Wrestling 2, Sceptical Chymists 2, 3, 4, I JOHN E. JAMES, Teaneck, N. J., Economics, Phi Gamma Delta, Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4, Owl and Nightingale 4. O ROBERT H. JANKE, Lansdale, Economics, Phi Delta Theta, Gettysburgian I, SCA I, 2, Cabinet 3, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, President 4, SPECTRUM Editor-in-Chief 3, Campus Senate 3, President 4, Outstanding Junior, Who's Who. O MARILYN JENSEN, Takoma Park, Md., Chemistry, SCA I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir 2, Sceptical Chymists 3, Secretary 4, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4. O HOWARD JONES, Charlotte, N. C., Economics, Sigma Chi, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Basketball Manager I, 2, Gettysburgian I, 2, Mercury I, 2, Men's Debate Team 3, 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. 0 JOHN A. KATZ, York, Economics, Phi Kappa Psi, Tennis 2, 3. O JOHN W. KELLER, Waynesboro, Political Science, Phi Sigma Kappa, Track I, Wrestling 3, Men's Tribunal 4, Eta Sigma Phi 3. O JOHN O. KINTZ, Mechanicsburg, English, Sigma Chi, Spanish Club 3, 4, International Club 3, 4. O JEAN A. KNISELEY, Pittsburgh, Philosophy, Delta Gamma, SCA I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Secretary 4. JENSEN JONES KATZ KELLER KINTZ KNISELEY 68 KOURY LAU LAWVER LEBER, RAY LEBER, ROBERT LElDY l - I RAMSAY J. KOURY, Harrisburg, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track l. O GLENN B. LAU, York: Economics, Phi Kappa Psig A Capella Choir I. R O KENNETH E. LAWVER, Biglervilleg Chemislry3 Alpha Tau Omega. O RAY H. LEBER, Philadelphia: Social Scienceg Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA Ig Pre-Minislerial Associafion l, 2, 3: Ela Sigma Phi 3, Delia Phi Alpha 3, 4. O ROBERT E. LEBER, York, Economics, Phi Kappa Psig Gellysburgian 2, 3, 4, SPECTRUM Associale Busi- ness Manager 4g Gavel Club 43 Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O RUSSELL N. LEIDY, Haveriowng Economics, Phi Gamma Della: SCA l, 2, 35 Junior Class Presidenlg Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 43 Junior Prom Commiflee 35 SPECTRUM 4, lnler-Fralernify Council 33 Spanish Club -'lg Class Gifl' Commillee Chairman. O ROCCO J. LEO, Camden, N. J.: History, Sigma Chi, SCA 23 Kappa Phi Kappa 3. O CATHERINE M. LEWIS, Gellysburgg Spanish, Chi Alpha Sigma: SCA l. I JOYCE LEWIS, Philadelphia, German, Alpha Kappa Alpha 3, 43 Della Phi Alpha 3, Presidenf 45 Infer- national Club 3, 4. LEO LEWIS, C. LEWIS, J. ROBERT FORTENBAUGH, Adeline Sager Professor of History. LINGENFELTER LINTA LONG LUEBBE McCARNEY MCCAW Sl IIIHS o coNsrANce v. LING-ENFELTER, Altoona, Physics, scA I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, vesper chair 4. O NED A. LINTA, Steelton, Social Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 2. O H. DAVID LONG, Fayetteville, Bible. O PAUL F. LUEBBE, Johnstown, Philosophy, Alpha Tau Omega, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Men's Debate Team I, 2, 3, Assistant Manager 4, Gettysburgian I, 2, G-Book 2, SPECTRUM Faculty Editor 3, Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Alpha Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Choir Manager 4, Inlerfraternity Council 2, SCA I, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4, Gavel Club 4. O MIRIAM F. MCCARNEY, Conshohocken, Philosophy, Delta Gamma, SCA I, Cabinet 2,3, 4, Secretary 3, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Vesper Choir 2, Alpha Kappa Alpha 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, Basketball I, 2. O WILLIAM J. McCAW, Philadelphia, Economics, Alpha Tau Omega, President of Freshmen Class, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, Owl and Nightingale 3. O ROBERT MCCOY, Gettysburg, Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa. I PAUL H. McFARLAND, Hagerstown, Md., Chemistry, Sigma Chi, SCA I, 4, Cabinet 2, Owl and Night- ingale 3, Vice-President 4, Sceptical Chymists 3, 4, Gavel Club 2, 3, 4, Inter-fraternity Council Secretary 2, President 3, President of Sigma Chi 4. O WILLIAM A. McKENDRY, Freehold, N. J., Social Science, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA 2, 3, President 4, International Club 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4. O ROBERT C. MAHLER, Philadelphia, Mathematics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band 3. O RICHARD T. MARA, Teaneck, N. J., Physics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soccer I, Gettysburgian 4. O ROY D. MARKS, Camp Hill, Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Fencing Club I, SPECTRUM 3, Assistant Photographic' Editor 4, Sceptical Chymists 3, President 4, Gettysburgian 4, Delta Phi Alpha 4, Beta Beta Beta 4. MCCOY MCFARLAND McKENDRY MAHLER MARA MARKS 70 A MARTIN MASTERS MAYER MEARNS MEEKS MICHAEL O ANNA E. MARTIN, Waynesboro: Social Science: Chi Alpha Sigma: Eta Sigma Phi 2. O THOMAS C. MASTERS, Pen Argyl: History: Phi Gamma Delta: SCA I: SPECTRUM 3: Gettysburgian I: Athletic Council I. 0 FLORENCE L. MAYER, York: Chemistry: Delta Gamma: SCA I, 2, 3: Beta Beta Beta 2, 3: Sceptical Chymists 2, 3. ,., O ANDREW K. MEARNS, JR., Wilmington, Del.: Economics: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Men's Tribunal President 3: Outstanding Junior: SPECTRUM 3: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Class President 4: Who's Who. ' O MARY EDNA MEEKS, Baltimore, Md.: English: Phi Mu: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Gettysburglan I, 2, 3, 4: Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, 4: A Capella Choir 4: Modem Book Club I, 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Kappa Delta Epsilon 2, 3, President 4: Phi Sigma Iota 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: Eta Sigma Phi 4: Debate 3. O RUBY H. MICHAEL, Hazleton: Mathematics: Chi Alpha Sigma: Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4: Mercury 3, 4: Women's Studenf Council 4: Pan-Hellenic Council 4: A Capella Choir 3, 4: Campus Senate 3: Terfulia Espanola 2, 3. I L. DALE MICKEY, Rockwood: Biology: Lambda Chi Alpha. O CLIFFORD B. MILLER, Lewistown: German: Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA l, 2, 3, 4: Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4: Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4. O HARVEY N. MILLER, York: Physics: Phi Kappa Psi. S H - ! Si lllliS MICKEY MILLER, H. MILLER, C. CLAYTON E. BILHEIMER, Professor of Physical Educa- tion. S. MILLER M. MILLER, R. MIRAGE MODESTI MOORE MORITZ SI lllllS O MILDRED A. MILLER, Lykens, Chemistry, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Vesper Choir 2, 3, Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3, WAA I, 2, 3. I RICHARD W. MILLER, Shillingtong Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, College Band I, 2, Beta Beta Beta 2, Delta Phi Alpha 3. 0 FARIS A. MIRAGE, San Jose, Calif., Economics, Phi Delta Theta, President of Junior Class. O HARRY G. MODESTI, Woodlyn, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Campus Senate 3, SPECTRUM 3. l ALBERT G. MOORE, Ramsey, N. J., History, Phi Gamma Delta, SCA I, 2, Baseball l, Basketball I, Athletic Council 2, Intertraternity Council l, 2, Phi Alpha Theta Vice-President 4. O MALCOLM C. MORITZ, New York City, N. Y., French, Mercury 2, Managing Editor 3, Le Cercle Francais Z, Phi Sigma Iota 3. O MALCOLM C. MORITZ, New York, N. Y., French, Mercury 2, Managing Editor 3, Le Cercle Francais 2, Phi Sigma Iota 3. 0 DOROTHY L. MOSS, Philadelphia, Economics, A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, SCA I, 2, Cabinet 3, 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, Mercury 2, 3, Circulation Man- ager 4, G-Book 2, Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, Director 4, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, WAA Board 3. O ROBERT B. NEMESCHY, Niagara Falls, N. Y., German, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA I, 2, Cabinet 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha Z, 3, 4, Pre-Ministerial Association 2, 3, International Club 3, 4, G-Book 4, Alpha Kappa Alpha 4. O GEORGE E. NULL, Gettysburg, Physics. O ROBERT J. OYLER, Gettysburg, Economics, Phi Delta Theta, Football I, 2, Baseball l, 2. O ANTHONY J. PALAZZOLO, Johnstown, Chemistry, Phi Gamma Delta, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, Basketball Assistant Manager I, 2, Manager 3, Football Manager 3, Gettysburgian I, Assistant Sports Editor 2, 3, G-Book 2, SPECTRUM 3, Class Honors l, 2, 3. O ROBERT W. PARKER, Lebanon, Economics, Phi Gamma Delta, SCA I, 2, SPECTRUM 3, Gettysburgian 3, 4, Varsity Golf I, Mercury 3, Business Manager 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. Moss NsMescHY Nuu. ovisn PALAzzoi.o PARKER 72 PATTERSON PECK PEE PENTZ PORTER PYLE O RICHARD E. PATTERSON, York, Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, G-Book 2, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, 2, SCA l, 2, 3, Sceptical Chymists l, 2, 3, 4, Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4. O RALPH E. PECK, Chambersburg, Economics. 0 MADELINE J. PEE, Phllipsburgg Latin, SCA I, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, Hessler Latin Prize 3, Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Women's Student Council 3, President 4. I CHARLES W. PENTZ, Chambersburg, Economics, Phi Delta Theta. 0 PAUL P. PORTER, JR., Camp Hill, Economics, Phi Kappa Psi, Class President 2, Gavel Club President 4, Student Senate 2, 3, Pl Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Phi Kappa Psi President 4. 0 NANCY E. PYLE, West Chester, Psychology, Delta Gamma, SCA I, 2, Vesper Choir I, Girl's Choir I, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, 3, Women's Tribunal 2, Delta Gamma President 4, Pan- Hellenic Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Gettysburgian 2, Women's Student Council l, 3, Hockey I, Pan- Hellenic Dance Chairman 3. O HOWARD QUICK, Kingston, N. Y., Business Administration. O CHARLES A. RAMBO, Woodbury, N. J., Physics, Phi Kappa Psi, Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Athletic Council 4. O HOWARD RASMUSSEN, Washington, D. C., Chemistry, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Basketball 2, Owl and Nightingale 3, 4, Student Faculty Committee 3, Chairman 4, SPECTRUM Sports Editor 3, Dorm Counselor 4, Who's Who. Sl lllllS QUICK RAMBO RASMUSSEN WILLIAM C. WALTEMEYER, Amanda Rupert Strong Professor of English Bible. RAUSCHENBERGER READ REED REYNOLDS RHOADS RISKIN l H 1 0 ROBERT S. RAUSCHENBERGER, Sellersville: Mafhemaiics: Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA I: Delia Phi Alpha 3, 4. O EDWARD W. READ, Philadelphia: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi: Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O ROBERT D. REED, Somersef: Biology: Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA 2, 3: Beia Beia Beia 4: Kappa Phi Kappa 4. O CHARLES E. REYNOLDS, JR., Baltimore, Md.: Biology: Alpha Tau Omega: Geliysburgian I: Senafe 4. O KENNETH M. RHOADS, JR., Harrisburg: Chemislryg Phi Gamma Delia: Transfer from Yale: SPECTRUM 4: Owl and Nightingale 4. I RICHARD H. RISKIN, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Biology: Befa Bela Baia 3, 4: Scepfical Chymisls 3, 4. 0 PRESTON C. ROTH, Norrisiown: Economics: Phi Gamma Delia: Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O LEE ROWELL, Merchanfsville, N. J.: Psychology: Phi Gamma Della: SCA I, 2: Golf I: G-Book 3: SPEC- TRUM 3: Geifysburqian 3, 4. I ROBERT J. RUBIN, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Biology: Lambda Chi Alpha: Men's Debaie I, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3: Class Vice-Presidenl' 3: SPECTRUM Schedules Edifor 3: G-Book 2: Track Team Manager 2: Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3: Bela Beta Beia 2, 4, Historian 3, O FRED H. RUDY, Progress: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi: Cross Counfry 4. 0 PHYLLIS I. RUOF, Hummelsfown: Biology: Scepiical Chymisis 2: Geifysburgian 2: Bela Beia Beia 2, 3, 4: SCA I, 2, 3, 4. O JAY W. SADOW, New York Cily, N. Y.: Mafhemaiics: Scepfical Chymisfs 2, 3, 4: Mercury 2, Ediiorial Board 3, 4: Owl and Nighiingale 4. I I - - K. ROTH ROWELL RUBIN RUDY RUOF SADOW 74 SALTZER SALZMANN SCHAEFER SCHERCH SCHLUETEF SCHMITTHENNER - O GRACE J. SALTZER, Harrisburg, Biology, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Vesper Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Bela Bela 3, 4, Della Phi Alpha 3, 4, Kappa Della Epsilon 3, Corresponding Secrelary 4, Infer- nalional Club 3, 4. O ELIZABETH D. SALZMANN, Kingslon, N. Y., Economics, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, Baskelball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4. 0 JOHN C. SCHAEFER, Yonker, N. Y., Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. I RICHARD O. SCHERCH, Balfimore, Md., Philosophy, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Owl and Nighfingale I, 2, 3, President 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Gellysburgian 2, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, SPECTRUM 3, Pre- Minisferial Assccialion I, 2, 3, 4, lniernalional Club 3, 4. O STUART D. SCHLUETEF, Ballimore, Md., Physics, Kappa Delia Rho, SCA 4. O SAMUEL W. SCHMITTHENNER, Chambersburg, Philosophy, Phi Kappa Rho, Soccer 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir I, Wreslllng 3, Pre-Mlnlslerial Assoclafion 2, 3, 4, SCA I, 2, 4. O WALTER L. SCHUTZENBACH, Brooklyn, N. Y., Chemistry, Lambda Chi Alpha, Scepfical Chymisis I, Z, 3, Gavel Club 4, lnlernafional Club 3, 4. O DOROTHY M. SCHWARTZ, Havertown, Mathematics, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Gellysburgian I, 2, 3, 4, Modern Book Club 3, Le Cercle Francais 2, Kappa Della Epsilon 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, O DONALD L. SELMAN, Chambersburg, Economics, Phi Gamma Della. I - - ,J - H SCHUTZENBACH SCHWARTZ SELMAN, D. ALBERT BACHMAN, Professor of Romance Languages SELMAN, R. SERPICO SETZER SHEFFER SHEIBLEY SHELLENBERGER I l Sl IllIlS O RICHARD C. SELMAN, Chambersburg: Economics: Phi Gamma Delta: Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O JOANNE R. SERPICO, Red Bank, N. J.: Economics: Phi Mu: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Gettysburgian 2, 3, 4: SCA I, 2, 3: Modern Book Club 2. I ROBERT L. SETZER, Harrisburg: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Class Secretary 4: Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4. I MARILYN R. SHEFFER, New Oxford: English: Chi Omega: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Women's Debate Team I, 2, 3: Gettysburgian I, 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Owl and Nightingale 4: Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4. I JAMES M. SHEIBLEY, Lykens: Economics: Phi Delta Theta. O MARTIN B. SHELLENBERGER, York: English: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Student Senate: SCA I, 2, 3: Inter- Fraternity Council I, 4. O TEDFORD L. SHENEFELT, Mont Alto: English: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Band I, 2, 3: SCA I, 2: Gettysburgian I, 2: Pre-Ministerial Association 3, 4: College Orchestra I. O STEPHEN SKIDMORE, Philadelphia: Economics: Sigma Chi: Pi Lambda Sigma 4. O J. DANIEL SLEP, Altoona: Economics: Phi Gamma Delta: Freshmen Football I: A Capella Choir I, 3: SCA I. O LUTHER W. SLIFER, Gettysburg: Physics: Phi Kappa Rho: Campus Senate 2, 3: SCA I, 2, 3, 4: Mercury 3, 4: Gettysburgian 2: Owl and Nightingale 4: Le Cercle Francais I: Gavel Club 3, 4: Chess Club 2: Men's Trib- unal I, 2: Kappa Phi Kappa Secretary 3, 4: Rifle Team 2: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4. I ARTHUR M. SMITH, Rutledge: History: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Football I, 3, 4: Wrestling I: Student Senate President 3: Who's Who: Student Government Committee Chairman 3: SCA 3, 4: Kappa Phi 'Kappa 4: Student Athletic Council 4: Intramural Sports Board 3, 4: Men's Tribunal 4. O JAMES W. SMITH, Lexington, Ky.: Political Science: Kappa Delta Rho: Basketball I: Men's Tribunal 3: Gettysburgian 2. SHENEFELT sxmmone sLeP suren smm-1, A. smm-4 .I 76 SMITH, L. SNYDER SOBERS 0 LAUN C. SMITH, Waynesboro, History, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappa. 0 RICHARD E. SNYDER, Harrisburg, English, Phi Gamma Delta, Class President I, Owl and Nightingale 3, 4, SPECTRUM Associate Editor 3, G-Book Business Manager 3, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 4. O WALTER C. SOBERS, Ambler, Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, G-Book Assistant Business Manager 4, SCA 3, 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. O JOHN J. STARAHS, JR., Drexel Hill, Economics, Sigma Chi, Men's, Rifle Team 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 3. 0 B. LOURENE STAUFFER, Salem, N. J., English, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, WAA I, 3, 4, Secretary 2, SPECTRUM 3, Gettysburgian 2, 3, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir 2, Women's Tribunal 3, Rifle Team 2, Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Student-Faculty Committee 3, Class Historian I, 2, 3, 4, Chi Omega Presi- dent 4. O GEORGE E. STAUFFER, Pittsburgh, History, Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA 2, 3, 4, SPECTRUM Associate Editor 3, Gavel Club 2, 3, Pre-Ministerial Association Z, 3, Vice-President 4, Phi Alpha Theta 3, President 4. O EDWARD F. STEFL, Mount Pleasant, Political Science, Sigma Chi, College Band I, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Gavel Club 4, International Club 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4, SCA 4, Scabbard and Blade 3, President 4. O H. EDGAR STOCK, Takoma Park, Md., English, Phi Delta Theta, Mercury 3, Art Editor 4, College Band 4. 0 CONRAD H. M. STRINE, York, Economics, Phi Delta Theta, SCA I, 4, Basketball Manager I, 4. STARAHS STAUFFER, B. STAUFFER G siimns STEEL STOCK STRINE JOHN G. GLENN, Pearson Professor ot Latin STRU BE SWEITZER TATASCIORE TAYLOR THOMAS TODD 7 - I O JOHN L. STRUBE, Landsclowne, Md., History, Phi Kappa Rho, Campus Senate I, 2, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Pre- Ministerial Association 4, International Club 4, Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade 4. O GRACE M. SWEITZER, York, Social Service, SCA I, 2, Gettysburgian I, 2, French Club 2, Sages 4. O JOSEPH W. TATASCIORE, Allentown, Economics, Phi Gamma Delta, Gettysburgian I, Football Manager 3, 4, Scabbard and Blade Vice-President 3, 4, Rifle Team Vice-President 3, 4, Men's Tribunal 4. O JACK R. TAYLOR, Gettysburg, History, Basketball I, Football 2, Baseball Manager 3. I O WILBUR G. THOMAS, Gettysburg, Economics, Phi Kappa Psi. 0 MARIAN H. TODD, Matawan, N. J., Mathematics, Chi Alpha Sigma, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, Chess Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Drum Maiorette 3, 4, G-Book 2. O RICHARD L. TOME, York, History, Kappa Delta Rho, Campus Senate 2, 3, Gettysburgian Assisiant Sports Editor I, Sports Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, 4, Gavel 'Club 4, Baseball I, 2, Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4, SCA 2, 3, Cabinet 4, Outstanding Junior, Who's Who. O CATHERINE G. TOMPKINS, Washington, D. C., Biology, Chi Alpha Sigma, Mercury 2, 3, 4, WAA I, 2, WAA Board 3, Senate Recording Secretary 4, SCA I, Z, 3, 4. O JULIUS J. TONDAT, Hartford, Conn., Physics, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA l. I ROBERT J. TREWELLA, Kulpmont, Chemistry, Kappa Delta Rho, Inter-Fraternity Council Secretary 3. 0 LOUISE H. TRUMPETER, Lancaster, History, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Gettys- S E I 0 o Rosen H. TRIPLER, New York, N. Y., Economics, Basketball 2, Sceplical Chymists 2, Mews Tribunal 2. burgian I, 2, Vesper Choir I, 2, Kappa Della Epsilon 4, Hockey I, 2, Who's Who. Tome rowxms TONDAT TREWELLA mmen TRUMPETER 78 VENABLE WALDKOENIG WALKER WARMAN WAY WEI RICK O VERA L. VENABLE, Oak Park, Ill., Social Service, Phi Mug SCA I, Cabinef 2, Secrefary 33 Gellysburgian 2, 3, 4, Sceplical Chymisfs 2, 3, 45 Vesper Choir 4, lnlernalional Club 3, Treasurer 43 WAA Board 3. I GILSON C. WALDKOENIG, Pilfsburghg Hisloryg Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA I, 2, 3, 45 Inler-Frafarnily Coun- cil Zg Pre-Ministerial Associallon 3, 4, lnlernafional Club 3, 4. 0 ROBERT E. WALKER, Harrixburqg Economics, Phi Kappa Rho, Geflysburqian I, 2, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Efa Sigma Phi 2, 37 Garvar Greek Prlze I. I CLAYTON D. WARMAN, Geflyxburqg Economics, Phi Kappa Psi, Wroxflinq Ig Gavel Club 31 lnhr-Frahrnlfy Council 3, Presidenf 4: PI Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Inlramural Board 4: Who'x Who, SPECTRUM 4. O JOHN J. WAY, Willllamsporlg Economics, Alpha Tau Omega, Golfylburqian I. O PAUL S. WEIRICK, Harrisburg, Physica: Phi Kappa Rho, SCA I, 2, 3, 4. O SUZANNE V. WENTZ, Hanover, English, Chi Omaqag SCA I, 2, 45 G-Book 31 Geliylburqian I, 2, 3, 43 SPECTRUM 3, Owl and Nlghfingala 2, 3, 4, Woman's Tribunal 4, Oufstanding Junior, Who's Who. O CHARLOTTE E. WICKEY, Washinglon, D. C., Malhemaficsg Delia Gamma, SCA I, 2, 3: Gaffyxburqian 2, Vesper Choir 23 Modern Book Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Rifle Team 2. O JOHN W. WILSON, Harrisburgg Economics, Phi Gamma Dollag Geilysburgian l, 23 SCA Ig Phl Gamma Della President 43 Gavel Club 45 Phi Lambda Sigma 4. 1 SI lllllS WENIZ WICKEY WILSON GEORGE R. MILLER, Sahm Professor of Physics WOHLFERT YOST YOUNG, EDITH YOUNG, ED YOUNG, R. YOUNG WJ I ..- O KENNETH F. WOHLFERT, East Hampton, N. Y., Psychology, Kappa Delta Rho, College Band I, Gettys- burgian 2, Inter-Fraternity Council 2, Men's Debate I. O JANICE N. YOST, Baltimore, Md., Social Service, Phi Mu, SCA I, 2, Modern Book Club 3, Gettysburgian 3, Campus Senate 4, A Capella Choir 4, Delta Phi Alpha 4, Alpha Kappa Alpha 4. 0 EDITH R. YOUNG, Hollidaysburgg Chemistry, SCA I, 2, Mercury 3, 4, G-Book 2, Gettysburgian I, 2, Sceptical Chymists 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4. O ED S. YOUNG, Gettysburg, Economics, Sigma Chi, Pi Lambda Sigma 3, 4. O RICHARD S. YOUNG, Kings Park, N. Y., Biology, Sigma Chi, Owl and Nightingale I, 2, 3, 4, Campus Senate 2. O WILLIAM J. YOUNG, Havertown, Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soccer 3, 4, Gavel Club 4. S E I 0 0 DONALD T. ZIMMERMAN, Mifflinburgg Mathematics, Phi Gamma Delta, SCA 3, 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4' Gettysburgian 3, 4. ZIMMERMAN FRANK J. BENEDEK JOHN E. BERGER WILLIAM H. BERRY, III GEORGE F. BROWN J. WILLIAM BUSCH DON R. CARRINGTON HUGH D. CHAPMAN ROBERT W. DODD SENIORS NOT PICTURED MARTIN L. EVERHART, JR. MORRIS F. FRECH HOWARD HILNER CHARLES F. HOFF- CHARLES H. JOHNSON MCFALL KERBEY, JR. SARAH WOLF KLOS ARTHUR MCCARTER CLAYTON C, DOVEY, JR. ALLEN R. MALKEMES CHARLES D. MESCHTER ROBERT D. RESH HOWARD B. RESTIN JOSEPH W. SHUSTER PAUL A. SLIFER WALTER VANELDEN GEORGE P. WEHRY J. DAVID WEILAND WILLIAM J. YINGLING Looking Torward To Their graduaTion day, The Seniors made exTensive plans Tor Ivy Day and oTher ceremonies ThaT surround This all-imporTanT evenT in Their lives. The Juniors were enveloped in The ediTing oT "The SpecTrum" and managing oT The Junior Prom. SeIecTion oT a Campus Queen and Two aTTendanTs, and The presenTaTion oT Trophies To campus beauTies were added To The aTFair This year. SENIORS ANDREW K. MEARNS . . . . . Presiden'r EARL E. BOMBERGER . . . Vice-PresidenT ROBERT L. SETZER .... . . Secrefary GEORGE B. ERMENTROUT . . . . Treasurer JUNIORS FARIS A. MIRAGE . . . . Presideni- LINWOOD J. FRY . . . . SecreTary DANIEL W. BAKER . . . . Treasurer Top: Bomberger, Seizer, Mearns, Ermenirouf Boifornz Baker, Mirage, Fry UPPHIIIIASS IITHIITIIS f3'9'Pf'w595UUN432W?'H-N VL f 574. JUNIIJRS O WILLIAM R. ADAMS, Clearfield, Biology, Phi Kappa Rho, scA 3, sen Beta sm 3. O OLIN S. ALLEN, Wilmington, Dela., Biology, Phi Delta Theta, Dean's Honor List 2. 0 ROBERT T. AVANCENA, Washington, D. C., Political Science, Phi Sigma Kappa, Spanish Club I, International Club l, Secre- tary 2, President 3, Gettysburqian 2, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, SPECTRUM 3, Class Honors 2, G-Book 3. 0 WARREN A. BAHR, Yonkers, N. Y., Economics, Tau Kappa Q Epsilon, Senate 3. L. - . in . ADAMS ALLEN AVANCENA BAHR BAKER, D. BAKER W BARNHART BAUER BECKER O DANIEL W. BAKER, Lemoyne, Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA l, 3, IFC 2, Gavel Club 2, 3, Lambda Chi Alpha President 2, 3, ,Class Treasurer 3, Debate 3, International Club 2, 3, SPECTRUM Fraternity Editor 3. C WILBUR K. BAKER, Sipesville, Economics, Phi Delta Theta. O MAYNARD S. BARNHART, JR., Liltlestown, History, Tau Kappa Epsilon. O ALBERT W. BAUER, Baltimore, Md., Chemistry, Rifle Squad 2, 3, Campus Senate 3, Gettysburgian 2, Assistant News Editor 3, SCA 2, 3, Sceptical Chymists 3. 82 BEISEL BERGEN BIEHL O DONALD H, BECKER, York, History, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Gettysburgian I, IFC I, 2, 3, Mercury 2, Treasurer 3, SCA I, 2, Chairman IFC Dance Committee 3. O DOROTHY 6. BEISEL, Philadelphia, Chemistry, Chi Alpha Sigma, SCA I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir l, 2, 3, Women's Debate l, 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Varsity Hockey l, 2, 3, Sceptical Chymists 2, 3, Mercury 2, 3. 0 VIRGINIA B. BERGEN, Short Hills, N. J., French, Chi Omega, SCA I, Gettysburgian l, 2, A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, Phi Sigma Iota 3. O WILLIAM B. BIEHL, Audubon, N. J., Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha, French Club 2, 3, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, SPECTRUM 3, International Club 2, 3. 0 CAROLYN J. BLOCHER, Gettysburg, History, Phi Mu. O FREDERICK W. BODENSIEK, Pearl River, N. Y., Historyg Lambda Chi Alpha, Gettysburgian Assistant News Editor I, Literary Editor 2, SPECTRUM Editor-in-Chief 33 Pi Della Epsilon Z, Secretary 3, Delta Phi Alpha 2, Vice-President 33 SCA 2, 3, Outstanding Junior. 0 GEORGE C. BOEHNER, Gettysburg, Economicsg Phi Kappa Psi, Basketball 2. 0 L, DAVID BOLLINGER, New Freedom, Social Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Band 2g G-Book 2, SCA I, 3, Cabinet 2, SPECTRUM 3g Pre-Ministerial-Association l, 2, 3, International Club 3, Debating 3. I EDWIN BORGH, Springfield, Economics, Sigma Chi, Tribunal 33 Soccor 33 International Club 2, Gettysburgian 2, 3. 0 JACQUELINE M. S. BOUCHON, Paris, Franceg French Club 3. I ROBERT W. BOWEN, Philadelphia: Biology: Sigma Chi. O JOHN E. BOYSON, Gettysburg, Economics: Phi Kappa Psi, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, IFC I. BLOCHER BODENSIEK BOEHNER BOLLINGER BORGH BOUCHON BOWEN BOYSON BRASINGTON BREIGHNER BRETTSCHNEIDER BROWN, S. 0 VIRGIL C. BRASINGTON, Warren: Biologyg Phi Delta Theta, Band I, 2, 3, SCA 2, 35 SPECTRUM 3. 0 EUTHA C. BREIGHNER, Gardners, Spanish, Chi Alpha Sigma. 0 MARIE BRETTSCHNEIDER, Baltimore, Md., Mathematics, Chi Alpha Sigma, Women's Debate I, 2, Assistant Manager 3, Vesper Choir 2, 3, Modern Book Club, 2, 3, Mercury 2, 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 33 SCA I, 2, 3. 0 SHERWOOD P. BROWN, Jackson Heights, N. Y., Economics: Sigma Chi, College Swing Band I, Leader 2, 33 Varsily Tennis lg College Concert Band 2, 3. EARL BOWEN, Dr. Charles H. Graft Professor of Biology SA. JIINIIIRS O WILLIAM T. BROWN, Audubon, N, J.: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi: Baslrefball I, 2, 3: Baseball I, 2, 3: Foolball 3: Ouhfandinq Junior. I DOROTHY J. BRUA, Niagra Falls, N. Y.: Hislory: Chi Alpha Sigma: Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3: Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3: Dabafs I, 2, 3: Mercury l, 2, 3: WAA 2: Geffysburqlan 2: Varsily Hoclray I: SCA I, 2: Owl and Nighlinqale 2, 3. 0 ALBERT R. BURKHARDT, Balfimore, Md.: Social Scianca: Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA I, 2, Cablnef 3: Pre-Minislarial Ax- socialion I, 2, 3: G-Book 2: SPECTRUM 3: Campus Senale 2: Infernafional Club 3. O NORMA L. BURKHOLDER, Hummelsfown: Hisiory: Gellys- burgian I, 2, 3: Vespers 'Choir I, 2, 3: SCA I, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 3: Mercury 3. BROWN BRUA BURKHARDT BURKHOLDER BURNETT BUSHEY BUTERA BUXTON CALLARD CALVIN CARL, P. CARL R 0 MARILYN J. BURNETT, New Kensington: Hislory, Chi Omega: SCA I, 2, 3: Modern Book Club 2: Geliysburgian 2, 3: SPEC- TRUM 2, 3: Campus Senate 3: Sludenf Council 3: Phi Alpha Thefa 3: Infernallonal Club 3. O GLENN W, BUSHEY, Wormleysburg: Malhcmafics: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Class Secrefary 2: Scabbard and Blade 2. O SAM P. BUTERA, Johnstown: Economics: Gaflyxburgian 2, 3. I GEORGE E. BUXTON, Englewood, N. J.: Economics: Phi Gamma Delta: SCA I, 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Owl and Nighfin- gale 3. , . 84 O JEAN L. CALLARD, Warren: Psychology: Chi Omega: Gellys- burglan I, 3: College Choir 2, 3: SCA I, 2, 3: Sketch Club I. O ALEXANDER S. CALVIN, Ramsey, N. J.: Biology: Phi Gamma Della: Baskeiball I: Baseball l. I PAUL E. CARL, Hanover: German: Phi Kappa Rho: ROTC Rille Team I, 2: Gellysburglan I, 2: College Band 2, 3. O ROBERT S. CARL, Tremont: Biology: SCA 3: Inhrnafional Club 3. I WILLIAM C. CARSON, Palmyra, N. J.g Economics: Phi Kappa Psig Campus Senaia Presldenl 2. O HOWARD L. CAUFFMAN, Norrlsiowng Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsllong Fooiball I, 2, 32 Baseball 2: Oufslandlng Junior. O MARTIN E. CERNEK, Palmer, N. Y., Psychology: Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA 23 Pre-Minislerial Association Sacrelary 3. O NORMAN A. CESSNA, Bedford: Chemislryg Phi Sigma Kappa. O FRED B. CLEMENS, Berwick: Chemislryg Phl Sigma Kappa: Band I, 21 SPECTRUM 2, 35 lnlernafional Club 2, 35 Sceplical Chemists 2, 3. O HERBERT W. COLE, Nulley, N, J.g Physics: Sigma Chi, Foofball 3. O C. DOUGLAS COONEY, Lansdowne, Md.: Hisloryg Kappa Della Rhog SPECTRUM Sporfs Co-Edilor 3, SCA 2, 3, WSD Co- Chairman 3. O PETER J. CORUZZI, Camden, N. J.g Economics, Phi Delia Theia. CARSON CAUFFMAN CERNEK CESSNA CLEM ENS COLE COONEY CORUZZI CREAGER CREIGHTON CREPS CRICKENBARGER O JACK CREAGER, Harrisburg, Economics, Phi Della Thelag IFC Vice-Presidenf 33 Pi Lambda Sigma 3: IFC Dance Com- miflee Chairman. O JAMES CREIGHTON, Kllfanningg Clremislryg Phl Gamma Della: Basketball Manager I. O EARL CREPS, Waynesboro, Hisloryg SCA 3. I MARJORIE F. CRICKENBARGER, Washington, D. C., French: Delta Gamma, Transfer from Avereli College: SCA 3. WILLIAM K. SUNDERMEYER, Professor of German SA. JUNIURS O MELVIN E. CROOKS, Gellysburg: Economics. O BETTY L. CULP, New Kensingfon: Hisfory: SCA I, 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Women's Tribunal 3. O ROBERT T. CULP, New Kensinglon: Chemisiry: Alpha Tau Omega: Tennis I. O MARION S. DeJACOMO, West Englewood, N. J.: Spanish: Chi Omega: SCA I, 2: Geffysburgian I, 2, 3: Phi Sigma loia 3: SPECTRUM 3: Mercury l. CROOKS CULP, B. CULP, R. DeJACOMO DETWILER DIEHL DODSON DOWIE DREIER DUNDORE ECKER EGOLF O CHARLES G. DETWILER, JR., Phoenixville: Physics: Phi Gam- ma Della: Band 2, 3: SPECTRUM Photography Ediior 3: SCA 3. 0 HAROLD DIEHL, JR., Treveriong Chemisiry: Phi Sigma Kappa: Scepiical Chymisis 3. O DELLIS W. DODSON, Camp Hill: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi. O ROBERT J. DOWIE, Geliysburg: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: Football Ass'I Manager I: Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3: SCA I, 3. 86 O NANCY B. DREIER, Wesffield, N. J.: Chemisiry: Chi Omega: Varsify Hockey I, 2, 3: Varsity Basketball I, 2: WAA 2, 3: SCA I, 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Geffysburgian I, 2: Vesper Choir I: Skeptical Chemists 3: Aihlefic Council Representative 3: Ou?- slanding Junior. O ANNA A. DUNDORE, Oley: English: SCA I, 2, 3: A Capella Choir I, 2, 3: Vesper Choir l, 2, 3. O GLORIA L. ECKER, Geifysburg: English: Phi Mu: Geflys- burgian I, 2, 3: Mercury 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Band 3: SCA I, 2, ag skefch Club I. 0 DONALD J. EGOLF, Harrisburg: Psychology: Alpha Tau Omega: Men's Tribunal 2. O MARGARET L. EICHMAN, Union Bridge, Md., Economics, Chi Alpha Sigma, SCA I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, Mercury Secrefary 3, Class Honors I, 2. I BETTY J. ENNIS, Bloomsburg, Hisfory, Transfer from Hershey Junior College. 0 LUCILLE J. ERDLEY, Lebanon, Social Science, Delta Gamma, Debate I, 2, Manager 3, Tau Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Gellysburgian Z, 3, SPECTRUM 3, Owl and Nighfingale 3, SCA I, 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, Riflery l, Cheerleader 3, French Club 31 lniernafional Club 2, 3. 0 JEAN C, FARIS, Washingfon, D., C., Psychology, Phi Mu, SCA I, Vespers Choir l, 2, 3, Gerlysburgian l, 2, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Riding 2, O EVELYN V. FIFE, Airville, Hisfory, Chi Alpha Sigma, SCA I, 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. I JOHN R. FINCH, Ramsey, N. J., Psychology, Phi Gamma Delia, SCA l, 3, Mercury 3. O J. RICHARD FISHER, Camden, N. J., Philosophy, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, SCA l, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, Pre-Min I, 2, 3. O EDWARD B. FOULKROD, Havertown, Economics, Phi Kappa Psi. EICHMAN ENNIS ERDLEY FARIS FIFE FINCH FISHER FOULKROD FRALEY FREY FRUTIGER Y 0 FRANK L. FRALEY, Honesdale, Poliiical Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Band I. Q EVERETT E. FREY, York, Economics, Band 2, 3, SCA 2. O DONALD V. FRUTIGER, Highspire, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. 0 LINWOOD J. FRY, Boyerslown, Physics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, A Cap'ella Choir 2, Senafe 2, Secrelary of Class 3. W. FREDERICK SHAFFER, Franklin Professor of Greek 1. JUNIDRS il s 0 SARAH JEAN FUSS, Reisferfown, Md.: Psychology: Phi Mu: SCA I, 2, 3: Geffysburgian I, 2, 3: Modern Book Club 3: May Couri 2. O ROSE Z. GAINES, Geflysburg: Biology. O JANE E. GARDILL, Drexel Hill: Chemisfry: SCA I, 2, 3: WAA Board 2: Gelfysburgian 3: Vesper Choir 2, 3: Spanish Club I: lnlernafional Club 2, 3: Modern Book Club 2, 3. 0 EMILE W. GEORGETT, Weslfield, N. J.: Economics: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Infer-Fralernify Council 3: Gellysburqian 3: Gavel Club 3. FUSS GAINES GARDILL GEORGETT GETTYS GHANNAM GINANNI GINGERICH, J. GINGRICH, W. GIVEN GLEICHMAN GOLDEN O PEGGY L. GETTYS, Newark, Del.: Psychology: Phi Mu: SCA I, 2, 3: Modern Book Club 2, 3: Gellysburgian I, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. ' O YUSUF 'M. GHANNAM, Jerusalem, Palestine: Economics: In- - lernational Club 2, 3: SCA 3: Soccer J., V. 2, 3. O LESTER W. GINANNI, Norrlsfown: Hisfory: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football I, 2, 3. O JEAN L. GINGERICH, Pilisburgh: Psychology: Chi Omega: Cheerleader 3. O WARREN A. GINGRICH, Greencaslle: Economics: Phi Della Thela. O ROBERT M. GIVEN, Prospecl Park: Economics: Lambda Chi Alpha: Band 2, 3: Owl and Nighfingale 2: Chess Club 2: SCA 2, 3. O RUDOLPH W. GLEICHMAN, Ealfimore, Md.: Economics: Phi Sigma Kappa: SCA 2, 3: Infernafional Club 2, 3: Soccer JV 2, Varsily 3: Infer-Fraternity Council 3. o JoHN w. eouasn, camden, N. J., Biology: Foolball a. O NANCY L. GOULD, Johnstown, English, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, WAA 2, SPECTRUM 2, Fealure Edilor 3, Geflysburgian 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais I, Women's Tribunal 2, Phi Sigma Iota 3, Vesper Choir I, Owl and Nighfingale 3. O ESTHER N. GRAY, Baltimore, Md., Spanish, SCA I, 2, 3, Geflysburgian 2, 3, A Capella Choir I, Vesper Choir I, 2, Terlulia Espanola 2, 3, Phi Sigma Iota 3. 0 HENRY W. GRAYBILL, Harrisburg, Chemislry, Phi Kappa Psi, Cheerleader 2, 3. 0 WALTER H. GROFF, Liffle Ferry, N. J., Economics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Class Vice-Presidenf I. 1 O GAIL B. 6-ROGAN. Nulley, N. J., English, Della Gamma SCA I, 2, 3, Debale I, 2, 3, Sketch Club I, President 2 Gefiysburgian I, 2, Mercury 2, SPECTRUM Art Co-Editor 3. o JAMes c. snossMAN, Piilsburgh, Hisiory, Phi Kappa Psi O WILLIAM C. GUISE, Arandfsville, Economics, Sigma Chi. O EVELYN GUSS, Sipesville, Bible, Chi Alpha Sigma, Gefiys burgian I, SCA I, 2, 3, Mercury 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, 3 Band 2, 3, Debafe 3, lnfernafional Club 2, 3, Vesper Choir. GOULD GRAY GRAYBILL GROFF GROGAN GROSSMAN GUISE GUSS HAABESTAD HAGERTY HALL HAMME D I NIILDRED A. HAABESTAD, Springfield, English, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, Gelfysburgian I, Vesper Choir I, Hockey I, Z, 3, Capfain 3, Baskefball I, 2, 3, Manager 2, WAA Vice-President 3, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, Class Secrefary I, Spanish Club 3, SPECTRUM 3. O MARY E. HAGERTY, Houfzdaleg Chemislryg SCA I, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, Sceplical Chymisls 3, SPECTRUM 3, Gelfysburgian 2, 3, Owl and Nighfingale 3, lniernafional Club 3. O JAMES M. HALL, York, Chemisiry. 0 DOROTHY J. HAMME, York, Social Science, Phi Mu, SCA I, 2, 3, Cabinef 3, WAA Secretary 2, Mercury 2, Geiiys- burgian I, 2, 3, Skelch Club I, 2, Vesper Choir I, 3, Ari Co- Edifor SPECTRUM 3, Oufsianding Junior, Band 2, Spanish Club I, 2. NORMAN E. RICHARDSON, JR., William Biilinger Professor of Philosophy HA. JUNIURS 0 NEVIN A. HAMME, Brodbecksg Chemistry, Phi Slgma Kappa, SCA I, 2, 33 lniernalional Club 2, 3. O JESSE S. HANGEN, W'eIIinglon, Kans.g Hislory. O RICHARD HANGEN, Reading, Maihemaiicsg Sigma Chi: Tennis 3. O JANE E. HARRIS, Balfimore, Md., Psychology, Phi Mug Inlernaiional Club 35 Debale 33 Owl and Nighlingale 3: Women's Sfudenl Council Secrelary-Treasurer 2, Vice-Presideni 3, Campus Senafe 25 SCA I, 2, 33 Geliysburgian I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, 23 Women's Tribunal President 3, Modern Book Club 3. HAMME, N. HANGEN, J. HANGEN, R. HARRIS HARRISON HEATON HEILMAN, J. HEILMAN, M. HEINTZLEMAN il HELD HEWSON HILL O ROBERT S. HARRISON, Chambersburg, Economics: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Transfer from Wilson College. O THELMA J. HEATON, Bellefonfeg Chamisiryg Phi Mug Drum Maiorelie 2, 3. O JOHN S. HEILMAN, Briarcliff, N. Y., Economics, Alpha Tau Omega, Soccer Manager 2, 3. O M. JANE HEILMAN, Balfimore, Md., Psychology, Phi Mug SCA I, 2, 35 WAA Treasurer 25 Riding Manager 23 Geiiys- burgian I, Assf. Sporis Editor 2, 33 V'esper Chair I, 2, 33 Riflery I, 2, 3. 90 O RICHARD S. HEINTZLEMAN, Fayerlevilleg English, SCA I, 35 Efa Sigma Phi 2, Vice-President 3, Vesper Choir 3. O C. ROBERT HELD, Gellysburgg Greek, Phi Della Thelag SCA I, 3, Ela Sigma Phi 2, Vice-Presidenf 3, Vesper Choir 3 O WILLIAM N. HEWSON, Philadelphia, Mafhernaricsg Geflys- burgian I, 2, 3: Tennis Team I, 35 Class Honors 37 Phi Sigma lola 3, Le Cercle Francais 35 Scabbard and Blade 3. O MELVIN R. HILL, Lookoulg Economics, Phi Kappa Rho. O GORDON C. HITE, Baltimore, Md., Hisloryp Phi Kappa Rhog SCA I, Z, 3, Geflysburgian I, 2, 3, IFC 2, 33 Pre-Ministerial Association I, 2, 33 A Capella Choir lg Vesper Choir I, 2, 3, SPECTRUM 2g Men's Debale I, Fooiball Manager 3, Men's Tribunal 35 French Club 3. O FRANCIS HOFFMAN, Coafesvillei Economics, Phi Gamma Della: Football 2, 3. 0 THOMAS A. HOFFMAN, Chambersburg, Economics, Phi Dalfa Theiag Pi Lambda Slgma 3. G RICHARD R. HOLMES, Hagerslown, Md., Chemislryg Tau Kappa Epsilon. O RUTH J. HOOPS, Mefuchen, N. J., Economics, Phi Mu: SCA I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I: Class Beauiy I, 2g May Courl 2: Geflysburgian 2, 33 SPECTRUM l, 2, 33 Pan-Hellenic Council 35 Women's Tribunal 2, 3. O PATRICIA A. HOOVER, Chambersburg, Chemislryg Band 2, 37 French Club 2, 3. O DAVID H. HOUGH, Palmyra, N. J., Economics, Alpha Tau Omega: Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3: Soccer I, 2, 3. O GEORGE R. JACOBI, Asioria, N. Y., German, Sigma Chi: Class Honors l, 2, SPECTRUM 2, 3, Geffysburgian 33 Gavel Club 3, Bela Bela Be-Ia 2, 3, Delia Phi Alpha Secrelary 35 SCA 3. HITE HOFFMAN, F. HOFFMAN, T. HOLMES HOOPS HOOVER HOUGH JACOBI JOHN 9 PETER M. JOHN, Camden, N. J., French, Sigma Chip SCA I, 2, Phi Sigma Io'la 2, Vice-Presidenl 33 Ela Sigma Phi 2, 33 lnlernafional Club I, 2, 3, Soccer I, 33 Gefiysburgian I, 2, Assl. Circulaiion Manager 35 Owl and Nighlingale 2, 35 French Club I, 2, 3, Kappa Phi Kappa Treasurer 2, 33 Oulsfanding Junior. 0 H. ERNEST JOHNSON, Arfemas, Economics, Phi Delia Theiag Geffysburgian 2, 33 SPECTRUM Circulation Manager 3. 0 LOUIS K. JONES, Norrisfowng Economics, Phi Gamma Della, Geffysburqian Ig Campus Senate 25 Mercury 33 Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3. 0 RICHARD N. KAHLER, Bloomsburgg Economics, Phi Gamma Delia, Gellysburgian 2, 3, Golf I, 2, 33 Track I. JOHNSON JONES KAHLER KENNETH L. SMOKE, Professor of Psychology .743 0 JAMES R. KELLEY, Williamsporf: Economics: Sigma Cnl: Soccer 3: Infarnafional Club 3: Men's Debate Team 3. O DELMAR C. KIME, Bendersvilleg Economics: Phl Della Thela. O GLENN R. KING, Political Science: Mercury 2. J U N I 0 R S o LAWRENCE H. KING, New Freedom: Mafhemafics: A Capella Choir 3 -I - KELLEY KIME KING, G. KING, L. KIRKPATRICK KIRSCHNER KOCH KOENIG KOURY LANDIS LANG LANGERMAN O WILLIAM H. KIRKPATRICK, JR., Haverfown: Hisfory: Phi Gamma Delia: Tennis I, 2, 3: SCA 3: Pre-Ministerial Associa- Iion 3: SPECTRUM 3: Band 2: Senaie 3. O GEORGE E. KIRSCHNER, York: Polilical Science: Lambda Chi Alpha: SCA I, 2, 3. O WILLIAM A. KOCH, Lansdale: Physics: Phi Gamma Delia: Geflysburgian I: Class Vice-President 2: Soccer I, 2, 3. O BETTY J. KOENIG, Hazlefon: Spanish: Geflysburgian I, 2: SCA I, 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Vesper Choir 2, 3: French Club 3: Phi Sigma Iota 3. 92 O JAMES S. KOURY, Harrisburg: Pre-Medical: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Campus Senaie 2: SCA 2. O HAROLD U. LANDIS, Palmyra: Poliiical Science: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: SCA l, Cabinet 2, 3: lniernafional Club 3. O JAY C. LANG, III, Hollidaysburg: Political Science: Alpha Tau Omega: Campus S'anale I: Gefiysburgian I. O HAROLD A. LANGERMAN, Philadelphia: Economics: Foo!- ball I: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. O JOHN D. LEAMAN. Llfihg Englishg Tau Kappa Epsilon: SCA I, 2, Geliysburglan I, Llferary Edifor 2. 0 STANLEY 5. LENTZ, Hummolsfowng Physics, Phi Delta Thefag Band I, l O PHILLIP P. LIGHTNER, Red Lion, Hlsforyg Phi Sigma Kappag Band lp SCA l, 2. O ROBERT D. LITTLE, Hanover, Economics. O WILLIAM . LONG, Sunbury: Physics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. I HENRY W. LOOCK, Calonsville, Md.: Economics: Phi Kappa Rhog Geffysburgian Ig Baseball lg lnlernafional Club 2, 3. 0 MARJORIE E. MacRlTCHlE, Niagara Falls, N. Y., Psychol- ogyg Phl Mug Mercury 2, 35 Geflysburglan I, 2: Modern Book Club 37 SCA I, 2, 3. O ROBERT G. MARCH, Gallysburgg Economics, Alpha Tau Omega, Varsify Baskelball I, 27 Baseball I, 2. LEAMAN LENTZ LIGHTNER LITTLE LONG LOOCK MacRITCHIE MARCH MATLACK MCNEAL MENCHEY MILLER, H. O EDITH H. MATLACK, Mooresfown, N. J., Psychology: SCA I, 2, 3, Hockey I, 3, Caplain 2, Geffysburgian 2g Sludenr Council 3. O HARRY L. MCNEAL, JR., York, Economicsg Phi Kappa Psi: Gelfysburgian Assisranf News Edifor 2: SPECTRUM Business Manager 3. O MARIAN J, MENCHEY, Geffysburqg Spanish, Chi Omega, SCA l, 2g SPECTRUM 3: Geffysburgian 35 La Csrcle Francais 2: Wom'en's Tribunal 2, Modern Book Club 2. O HANNAH M. MILLER, Piffsburqhg Economics, Mercury 2, 35 SCA I, 2, 35 Gellysburgian 2, 3, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3. COLONEL ALFRED E. MCKENNEY, Professor of Milifary Science and Taclics SA. JUNIDRS O S. DANIEL MILLER, JR., Georgetown, S. C., Chemislry, Phi Della Thefa, Geflysburgian I, 2, SCA I, 2. O BETTY JANE MINNICH, Ramsey, N. J., Psychology, Della Gamma, SCA I, 3, Geflysburgian I, SPECTRUM 3. O M. EUGENE MITTEL, Downinglown, Biology, Phi Della Thefa, Band 2, 3. O WILLIAM D. MIZELL, Kensingfon, Md., Economics, Phi Della Thelag SCA I, 2, Geffysburgian I, 3, Infernafional Club 2, 3, IFC 2, Pi Lambda Sigma 2, 3, Soccer, I, 2, 3. Y MILLER, S. MINNICH MITTEL MIZELL MONDELLI MOSES MOUL MOYER MUMMA MUNTZ MUSSELMAN NAILL O JOSEPH F. MONDELLI, Audubon, N. J., Hislory, Sigma Chi, SCA I, Owl and Nightingale 3. O PATRICK J. MOSES, New Cumberland, Economics, Phi Della Thela, SPECTRUM 3, Geltysburqian 3. 0 EDWARD C. MOUL, Spring Grove, Economics, Kappa Della Rho, Band 3, Chess Club 3. O THELBERT R. MOYER, Frackville, Biology, SCA 2, 3. 94 O ANNA MAE MUMMA, Lebanon, Biology, Della Gamma, Vesp'er Choir I, Geffysburgian I, 2, Women's Debale I, 2, Varsily Baskelball 2, SCA I, 2, Drum Maiorehe 2, 3. O MILLARD M. MUNT1, Hanover, Chemisfry, Alpha Tau Omega, Foofball 2, 3. O C. EDWIN MUSSELMAN, Harrisburg, Hislory, Alpha Tau Omega, Gavel Club 2, 3, Pre-Minisferial Associalion I, 2, 3, SCA I, 2, 3, ATO Presidenl 3. O WILLIAM Y. NAILL, Hanover, Economics, Phi Gamma Della, Track 2. 0 JAMES R. NEELY, York Springs, Chemislryg Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band I. O WILLIAM F. NEELY, Harrisburg, Economics, Phi Della Theiag SCA I, 2, Baseball I, 2. 0 GEORGE E. NEIN, JR., Lewlsfown, Philosophy, SCA I, 2, 3, Pre-Minislerial Association 2, 3, Era Sigma Phi 3, 0 JULIAN S. NEISTADT, Baliimore, Md., Biology, Geflys- burgian Z, 3, SCA 3, lnfernafional Club 3. 1 O ENID M. NELSON, Haverlowng English, Della Gamma, Geilysburgian I, Assisfanl News Editor 2, SPECTRUM Associafe Edifor 3, Hockey I, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, Women's Sfudenf Council I, 2, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, SCA I, 2, Cabinel' 3, French Club I: Oufslanding Junior. O PAUL S. NERE, Valley Stream, N. Y., Economics, Kappa Delia Rho. O MARTIN L. NEWMAN, Slale College, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Foolball I. O ROBERT D. O'CONNELL, Manhassef, N. Y., Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, SCA 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, Infernafional Club 3. NEELY, J. NEELY, W. NEIN NEISTADT NELSON NERE NEWMAN O'CONNELL PADGETT PALMER PARNELL PERROTT O KATHRYN I. PADGETT, Pompfon Lakes, N, J., Psychology, Chi Omega, Gellysburgian 3, SCA I, 3, SPECTRUM 3. 0 SIDNEY M. PALMER, Chambersburg, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Bend 3. 0 PAUL J. PARNELL, Hazlelon, Biology, Phi Della Thefa, Geffysburglan 3, 4. 9 JEANNE C. PERROTT, Balfimore, Md., Psychology, Chi Omega, SCA I, SPECTRUM 3, Geflysburgian 2, 3, Women's Afhlelic Associalion I. PARKER B. WAGNILD, Direclor of the Deparlmenl of Music SA. JUNIURS O DON W. PETERSON, York, Chomislryg Phi Della Thola. O ROBERT F. PICKING, Chambersburg, Philosophy, SCA I, 2: Debale 2. O CLAIRE N. PLITT, Baltimore, Md.: Social Sciences, SCA I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir lg Gellysburgian 2, 3. O GEORGE A. POORMAN, New Slanfong Psychology, Sigma Chi, SCA I, 3. PETERSON PICKING PLITT POORMAN RAFFENSPERGER RANKIN RAPHAEL - RIEDEL REIDER RICE RINACA NEAL Q 0 EDGAR M., RAFFENSPERGER, Gellysburgg Chemislryg Phi Sigma Kappa: A Capella Choir I, 2, 33 Sceplical Chymisls 3. I THOMAS A. RANKIN, Upper Darby, Physics, Sigma Chi: Soccer 2, 3: Baseball 2. O JOSEPH L. RAPHAEL, Rlverside, N. J.: Social Science: Sigma Chi: SCA lg Gellysburglan l, 2, 3, SPECTRUM 35 Oul- slanding Junior. 0 GERALD H. RIEDEL, Fayellevillog Philosophy, SCA Ig Pre- Minisferial Associalion 2. 96 0 CHARLES W. REIDER, Sleellong Philosophy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Football 3: Wreslling 2. O RICHARD N. RICE, Palmyra, Polilical Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilong Transfer from Hershey Junior College: lnlnr- nalional Club 3, Soccer 3. O WILLIAM J, RINACA, Ballimore, Md., History, Pre- Minisferial Associaliong SCA 3. O ROBERT L. NEAL, Shrewsbury, Biology, Lambda Chi Alpha. 0 GEORGE J. SABO, JR., Whifesforfe, N. Y., Biology, Sigma Chi, SPECTRUM 3, SCA I, 2, 3, Track 3. O MARY ELIZABETH SCHAFF, York, German, G-Book, Delia Phi Alpha, Women's Alhlefic Associafion. O CLARA MAE SCHAFER, New Kensingfon, Hisfory, Phi Mu, SCA I, 2, 3, Geffysburgian I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2, 3, Mercury I, 3, SPECTRUM 3, 4. I ROBERT SCHLEGEL, Ashland, Hisiory, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Men's Tribunal 3, Fooiball. 1- C AUGUST F. SCHMITTHENNER, Chambersburg, Biology, Phi Kappa Rho, Soccer 2, 3, SCA 2, 3, Campus Senafe 3. O RAAB R. SECHRIST, New Cumberland, Physics, Sigma Chi, Football I, Wrestling 2, 3, Soccer 3, Debaie 3, SCA 3: Infernafional Club 2, 3. O CHARLES R. SHADLE, Elizabelhiowng Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band 3. O MARY ELIZABETH SHAUB, Shrewsbury, French, Geifysburgian I, Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3, Phi Sigma Iofa 3, SCA I, 2, 3. is SABO SCHAFF SCHAFER SCHLEGEL SCHMITTHENNER SECHRIST SHADLE SHAUB SHIPE SHRYOCK SHULER SLEE O WALTER H. SHIPE, Washinglon D. C., Economics, Sigma Chi, IFC 2. 0 ROBERT L. SHRYOCK, Gellysburgf Economics, Phi Sigma Kappa, Band I, Assisfanl Sports Ediior Seffysburgian I, Sports Ediior 2, 3, Pi Della Epsilon, President Z, 3, Oufsfanding Junior. D VIRGINIA A. SHULER, Camp Hill, French, Chi Omega, SCA I, 2, 3, Infernalional Club 2, 3, Gelfysburgian 3, Phi Sigma Iofa 3. I WILLIAM M. SLEE, Lewistown, Philosophy, Pre-Ministerial Associafion 2, 3, SCA I, 2, 3, Soccer 3. MRS. HENRY W, PHELPS, Business Manager, Huber Hall we JUNIDRS C JOSELYN A. SLONAKER, Phoenixville: English: SCA I: Band 2: Inlernaiional Club 2, 3: Modern Book Club 2, 3: Bela Bela Bela. 0 GUENTHEL H. SLUSSER, Gardners: Economics. 0 HARVEY 'B. SMITH, Gelfysburg: Psychology: Phi Gamma Della: SCA 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Cheerleader 2, 3: Soccer I, 2, 3. O HERBERT L. SMITH, Geffysburg: Psychology: Phi Gamma Delta: Soccer I: G-Book 3: SPECTRUM 3: SCA 2, 3. SLONAKER SLUSSER SMITH, H. B. SMITH, H. L. SMITH, J. E. SOURBER SPAHR SPROWLS STARNER STECHER STEIN STETLER O JAMES E. SMITH, Slraliord, Conn.: Economics: Alpha Tau Omega. O CHARLES H. SOURBER, Hanover: Biology: Phi Della Thela: SCA I, 2, 3: Gellysburglan I, 2, 3: SPECTRUM 3: Inlernalional Club 3. 9 H. JAMES SPAHR, Gelfysburg: Economics: Phi Kappa Psi: Pi Lambda Sigma 3. O BETTY JANE SPROWLS, Wheeling, W. Va.: Economics. O MARLIN K. STARNER, Garclners: Economics: Sigma Chi: Geflysburgian 2, 3: SCA 2, 3: IFC 3: Chess Club 3: Scabbard 8: BLADE 2, 3: Infernallonal Club 3: SPECTRUM 3: Debale Team 2, 3: Modern Book Club 3. O EDWARD J. STECHER, Nanuei, N. Y.: Economics. O WILBUR STEIN, Gelfysburg: Sociology: Wreslling I, 2. O DORIS A. STETLER, Piflsburgh: Spanish: Chi Alpha Sigma: SCA I, 2, 3: Hockey I: Phi Sigma Iola 3: WAA 3: Spanish Club 3: Mercury I, 2, 3: Efa Sigma Phi 3: SPECTRUM Co- Sporfs Edifor 3: Geffysburgian I, 2, 3: Skefch Club I, 2. O FRANK B. STEWART, Brooklyn, N. Y., Pre-Dental, Tau Kappa Epsilon. I ROBERT E. STONER, Mifflintown, Chemistry, Phi Delta Theta, Band I, SCA I. 0 HENRY B. STORM, Glenburnie, Md., Economics, Phi Delta Theta, SCA I, 2, 3, Gettysburgian 2, 3. O HAMILTON C. STOTHART, Philadelphia, English, Phi Gam- ma Delta, SCA I, 2, Kappa Phi Kappa 2, 3, SPECTRUM 3, Le Cercle Francais 3. O ALFRED M. STRANG, Harrisburg, History, Lambda Chi Alpha, SCA I, 2, 3, Pre-Ministerial Association 2, 3, Inter- national Club 2, 3, Gettysburgian 2, 3. 0 ROBERT K, STRASSER, Westmont, N. J., Economics, Phi Delta Theta, Gettysburgian I, Band 2, 3, Soccer 3. O CAROL M. STROEHMANN, Williamsport, Social Sciences, Delta Gamma, G-Bock I, Gettysburgian I, 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, Women's Debate Team 2, 3, Delta Phi Alpha 3, SPECTRUM 2, 3, SCA I, 2, 3, Modern Book Club 2. 0 GEORGE SVARNAS, Gettysburg, Chemistry, Phi Gamma Delta, Sceptical Chymists 2, 3. STEWART STON ER STO RM STOTHART STRANG I STRASSER STROEHMANN SVARNAS TREMBLE TREXLER UNGER VAN RIPER I DUDLEY A. TREMBLE, Teaneck, N. J., Economics, Phi Gamma Delta, Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3. O HAZEL M. TREXLER, Laureldale, German, Delta Gamma, SCA 3, Cabinet I, 2, Modern Book Club 2, WAA 2, Delta Phi Alpha 2, 3, Mercury 2, Gettysburgian Ig A Capella Choir 2, 3, Vesper Choir I, 2, 3. 0 GUINN E. UNGER, Biglerville, Economics. O FREDERICK G. VAN RIPER, Maywood, N. J,, Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOHN N. KNICKERBOCKER, Librarian f7Ae JUNIURS O JACK H, VIETS, Bloomsburgg Economics, Sigma Chi, Gel. lysburgian Ig Assl. Circulafion Manager 2, Circulation Manager 3, SPECTRUM Class Edilor 2, Assl, Business Manager 3, Out- standing Junior. O GENE P. VILLAUME, Honesdaleg History, Phi Kappa Rho. 0 WILLIAM WALD, Delanco, N. J.: Chemistry, Phi Kappa Psi: Campus Senale,. O JEANNE C. WALSH, Slafen Island, N. Y., Spanish: Phi Mug Terlulia Espanola 35 Le Cercle Francais 31 Gellysburgian I, 2, 3, Mercury 2, 33 Phi Sigma lola 33 SCA I, 2. VIETS VILLAUME WALD WALSH WALTER WALTERS WAYBRIGHT WEANER WEDAA WEIMER WENTZ WOHLFARTH O MILDRED A. WALTER, Gelfysburgg French, Phi Mug Mercury 35 Gellysburgian I, 2, 35 Le Cercle Francais I, 33 Modern Book Club 3: Phi Sigma lola 33 SCA I, 2, 35 Terlulia Espanola 3. O JACQUELINE M, WALTERS, Harrisburg, Spanish, Della Gamma, SCA 33 SPECTRUM 3: Terfulia Espanola 3. O LOIS E. WAYBRIGHT, Geflysburgg Spanish, SCA I, 2, 35 Le Cercle Francais 3, Terlulia Espanola 3. O HOWARD H. WEANER, Wes? Cheslerg Chemisfryg Phi Sigma Kappa: Infernalional Club Ig Band Ig Campus Senate 2, G-Book 23 SCA 2. O HENRY W. WEDAA, Gellysburgg Physics, Phi Sigma Kappa: Sceplical Chymisls 33 International Club 3. I JOSEPH M. WEIMER, Geflysburgg German, Delia Phi Alpha 23 Kappa Phi Kappa 3. 0 EDWIN C. WENTZ, Biglerville, Social Scienceg Alpha Tau Omega. O ROSANN M. WOHLFARTH, Harrisburg, Psychology, Geilys- burgian I, 3, Mercury 2, SCA I. I RUTH H. WOOD, Harrisburg, French: Chi Alpha Sigma: SCA I, 2, 35 Le Cercle Francais 2, 31 Mercury 2, 37 Terfulia Espanola 2, 3, Modem Book Club 2, 3. 0 SHIRLEY J. WORTH, Trenlon, N. J.: Chemislryg SCA I, 2, 3, G-Book lg SPECTRUM Advertising Manager 31 Geffysburgian l, 2, Assisfanf Adverlising Manager 3, Vesper Choir I, 2, Rifle Team 23 Bela Bela Beta 23 Secretary 3, Sceplical Chymisls 3, Chairman Sfudenl-Facully Commiffee 3: Baum Malh Prlze 2 Highest Class Honors I. O ROBERT F. WRIGHT, Glen Ridge, N. J., Biology: Phi Kappa Rho: Soccer Manager Ig Baseball Manager I, 2, 3: SCA I, 2 3 Chess Club I, 2, 3. 0 WILLIAM L. ZUNDEL, Mount Pleasanlg Hisforyg Phi Della Thelag SCA I, 2, 33 Band 2, 31 Gelfysburgian I. 11 l WOOD WORTH WRIGHT ZUNDEI- KATHARINE M. SMITH, R.N. Chief Nurse JUNIORS NOT PICTURED DORIS L. BAUGHER RICHARD L. BLUCHER PAUL S. BOWMAN A. P. BRODSKY ROBERT K. BROOKS LOUIS A. CAMPANARO EDWIN E. CARLSON STERLING CARRINGTON VINCENT CONTI JOSEPH DALGLIESH JACK DEAN ROBERT B. DeWOLF HARVEY W. DICKERT DONALD R. DRAKE ROBERT F. ELLIOTT WILLIAM H. EMANUEL ROBERT L. EVERHART JAMES B. FELTON PAUL FLORIAN RUSSELL F. GRIEST WILLIAM J. GROVE CARTER S. HAAS NEVIN A. HAMME ROBERT E. HASSLER LEROY R. HEALY HARRY C. HEINDEL JACK B. HERSHEY ED. A. HIGHTOWER, JR EUGENE R. HUMMEL ELWOOD HUNTZINGER GORDON H. JONES J. NEIL KILLALEA ROY C. KINDIG, JR. ROBERT W. KISSINGER JOHN C. KNORR ANDREW M. LARSON ROSS S. LEONARD JACK LOVE RICHARD P. MCLARNON FRANCIS J. MOORE MARY R. MUMFORD CALDER C. MURLATT, JR. ROBERT L. OLEWEILER STEWART S. OLEWEILER, JR. PAUL R. ORTH LUCILLE B. POTTS EDWARD C. SCHIEBEL NICKOLAS SENKEVITCH PAUL SHEARER, JR. ELI F. SLIVER ROBERT SNODGRASS ROBERT W. STAHL GEORGE E. STOVER DONALD S. SWOPE WILLIAM U. SYKES ALBERT S. TOWNSEND MARGARET B. VANDERWAIL JOSEPH WEIMER BRENT P. YOUNT E x a IQMQMLW I H I as n E I K s a N asm m an m ma a ss mm OMEG Top: Saw, Rushed, Pledged Bofiom: Loolrs like four hearfs PRESIDENT REN E STAUFFER Naiional founding ai' Jrhe Universiiy of Arkansas in I895 .... Largesi sororify in The couniry .... lnsialled in I937 as firsi naiional sororily on campus .... Flower is while carnaiion .... Colors: cardinal and slraw .... Sexy Prexy, Rene Slauffer .... Versalile Vice, Caren Brubaker. . . . lviinule-man Marilyn Burneii .... Nan Dreier, Treasurer and Ouisianding Junior .... Guardian of +he pledges is Marian lvlenchey .... Dixie Dixon corresponds .... Millie Haabeslad slars in sporls .... Trumpeirer and Wenlz represeni Them in Who's Who .... lviariy Herman is Chi O canary .... Rae Slrohm srruis for college band .... Joini Chrisimas pariy wiih Phi Sams for underprivileged children of Geilysburg. . . Won hockey plaque. All Miriam Brace Caren Brubaker Joyce Dixon Virginia Bergen Marilyn Burnell Jean Callard Ruflwe Forlenbaugh Jeanne Hanlcins Anne Brubaker Marian DeJacomo Jean Gingerich DELT CH PTER MEMBERS SENIORS .lean Ferguson Doris l-laussmann Elizabelli Salzman Marilyn Shefler JUNIORS Nancy Dreier Nancy Gould SOPHOMORES Elizabeflw Lolr PLEDGES Maril-ia Herman Jane Marlin Jeanne Perroll Virginia Shuler Leurene Slaulfer Louis Trumpeler Suzanne Wenlz Mildred l-laabesiad Marian Menchey Kalhryn Padgell Lillian Miclcley Palricia Myers Nancy Slriuler Rae Sfrolwm Lois Trollere Rosann Wolwlfarlla FIRST ROW: Trollere., Sfrolum, A Brubaker, r-lerman, Gingerich, V. Slwler, Perroll, DeJacorno, N Shuler SECOND ROW Wenlz Haussmanm, Shaffer, Menchey lPleJge Mislressll Burner? lSecrelaryJ, C. Brubaker lVice-Pres.l, Sfaulfer lPresiden+ Drerer lTreasurerJ Dixon lCorr. Secrelaryl, Mickley, Paclqcfrl Cnllard. THIRD ROW: Salzrnann, r-lankins, Forlenbaugh Haabesfad Myers Gould Walwllaiilw- Brace, Loll, Trurnpefer, Bergen, Ferguson. v mlnml DELT gm f-'fits R ' ,I '-23,1-r Top: DG-Dirfy Garmenls Bo'Hom: How abou? a sip, Gail? PRESIDENT NAN PYLE Founded in Oxford, Mississippi, in I874 .... Came +o Gellysburg via 'rhe Befa Lambdas in I937 .... Flower is The cream-colored rose .... Colors are bronze, pinlc and blue .... Presideni. Nancy Pyle is assisled by Bea Eclcman .... Plossie Mayer is secrelary .... Treasurer Carol Slroehrnann is assisled by Jackie Wallers .... Mickey McCarney guides D. G. pledges. . . Hazel Trexler loolcs afier our scholarship .... Midge Enes was chosen for "Who's Who" . . . Anna Mae Mumrna 'rwirls in lronlr of ihe band. . . . Enid Nelson is SPECTRUM Associale Edifor. . . . Phil Fraleigh, head of Tri Bere, brings honor from field of sporis .... Display Pan Hell schol- arship cup and inlramural plaques from baskel- ball, volleyball and sollrball. 106 BETA LAMBD CH PTER Rullw Erin Boyson Bea Eclcman Mariory Enes Lucille Erdley Gail Grogan Belly Miniclw Ann Fellenbaum Margarel Allison Ann Creulzberq Marjorie Criclcenbarger MEMBERS SENIORS Phyllis Fraleiqli Elizabmliw Holman Anna llqvn Jean Knisely JUNIORS Anna lvl.-in Mumma Enid Nclscn Carol Slroclwmann SOPHOMORES PLEDGES Marianna Dapp Mariofi-r Mason Ada Prirlir Virginia 'Saul Florence Mayer Miriam McCarney Nancy Pyle Hazel Trexler Jacqueline Wallers Clwarlolle Wickey Barbara Foullcrod Harriel Thompson Plwyllis Tillie Marion Varl' l-IRST ROW: Creulzberag, Varl, Crickenbarger, lylnsvn, Tillle, Saul, Parker, Thompson, Dapp. SECOND ROW: Minniclw, Foulkrod, Fraleiglw E s, Nelson, Mayer lecrelaryl, Pyle llaresiclenll, Eclrrnan lVice-Presidiemll, Slroelhman, Ureasurerl, McCarney lPled,ge: Mislresslf Erclley, Trexler, THIRD ROW: Allison, Grogan, Wallers, Knlisley, Boysori, F-illenbaurn, Holman, Mumma, llgen. If 'Ln '7 Aa saggy Q 'EE syn, eq 0 Q9 ,, J. f 9 14- U fa03Y5 ,Hel We A if wi:-B'f'A5. wfafkfiwfil Top: Knil' one, Comb 'I'wo BoH'om: Doesn'l Sound Bad! ax. asia Hz axaw f ra H NZBE55 E5 E035 a W a . was We my ss ,Egg wr, A E gm .wee M E? S Q my rx ek B MESS Him afrggf may I WH E35 Hey? . a E -aan? a H55 -em ,lr rs E QE ,Ls 55 rr , A V spawn x PRESIDENT PEG ETCHBERGER lnrroduceol in i852 a+ Wesleyan College .... Second oldesl sororily in USA .... Bela Pi Chap+er of Phi Mu insiallecl af G-Burg in I945 from local Tri-Phi .... Colors rose and whiie .... Enchanlress carnaiion is our flower .... Gold scholarship cup for highesi marks in disiricr chap- Jrers .... Formal pledge dance .... Annual Sen- ior breakiasl .... Presicleni Peg Efchberger, minure Taker for Alpha Kappa Alpha .... Jane Harris, Vice-Presidenl and WSG's .... Scribe Medcly Meeks, Kappa Delia Epsilon Presiclenl. . . Book-balancing by SCA Cabinel member Deanie Euslis .... Doi' Hamme, pledge molher, . . . Pan Hell Presidenl Evie Fluck .... Budge Booih, Gefiysburgian auolifor .... Mexican gal, Ruby Carles, Spanish Club presidenr .... Shirley Thomas, Freshman hockey inner. ET PICH PTER BeH'y Jane Boofh Audrey Cummin Cervino Doroihea Ehmann Peggy Elchberger Gloria Eclxer Jeanne Faris Sara Jean Fuss Margarel Geliys Chrisiine Gaiman Carolyn Blocher Ruby Carles Lorraine Corell Virginia Decker Lorraine Diller MEMBERS SENIORS Nadine Euslis Evelyn Fluclc Sarah Wolfe Klos Mary Edna Meeks JUNIORS Doroihy Homme Jane I-larris Jane l-leilman Ruih Hoeps SOPHOMORES Dorolhy Gilberi Barbara Wolff Campanero PLEDGES Elaine Epley Nila Grim Thelma Fleaion Faye Nebinqer Mary Alice l-larlranil Joanne Serpico Vera Venable Janice Yosl Marjorie MacRiichie Clara Mae Schafer Jeanne Walsh Mildred Waller Barbara Ziegler Marilyn Haussmann Isabel Shields Rufh Shoemaker Shirley Thomas M FIRST ROW: Hariranfi, Thomas, Haussrnanin, Shu-elvis, Correll, Epley, Carles, Blocher, Shoemaker, Nebinger, Heaion, Decker. SECOND POW: Yosf, Serpico, Hoo 5, Ehrmann, Walsh, Meeks lSecreTaryl, Efchberger, CPresidenTl, Harris fVice-Presid.en,l'l, Hamnne iPledge Mxsfressl Eushs Ureasurer Gilbert, Geffys, TPHRD ROW: Faris, Waller, Ziegler, Pluck, Schafer, Heilman, Ecker, Venable, Boofh MacRiTchie, Fuss, Geiman, Diller. LPH SIGMA Top: Knifling By Ear? Bofiom: Piclr Any Five i lvl 1 as 1 w 2 e mf Ma E . xi s A ww A an H Q. .I M an - l .EXE cgx: ggi ,xx a M , ,A if HSM-, ' s -. sg, As Q, W , is 53 MW- man u -'w M gun -H m as :Q'1i-'sus ,WN ,,sTM..sLss '5',Eiii'.?s53.EE.. '-,355 Q35 ? W rs: PRESIDENT DORIS STETLER B s 2 -fs H AMX 'r :sn 1-new E' 'si' EQQLSH read? .q' 'E : Z 1 n may ,s--Egg usQ5 fl -, sean, wHxsfM:gs'1 s 11 . - an ENE -in W. -Hs - 2 Q sfwiwqsgmgg, .-g,RH,.,-5 5 -sffs-swf gs L is li WT5i'??'E V, W U fhisigs H wgfffmiazsr 'T as ev'-SEEN -sem Ma ,K'EsssggNil Egmss-sgnwgv swing 235 452 s s sl s .Q ..,. K s 1 W gl i Slariecl as Social Club in I943 .... Became local sororily in I946 .... Yellow rose and blue forger- me-noi represenf The sororily colors .... Banque? and open-house celebraled Chi Alph's annual Alumni Weekend .... Presidenlr Daisy Sleller is hockey manager and co-sporls edilor of SPEC- TRUM .... Vice-Prexy, Tommy Tompkins is sec- rerary of Campus Senale .... Peggy Eichman is corresponding secrelary .... Ruby Michael is recording secrelary and on Sludenl' Council .... Treasurer Doilie "Chem-shark" Beisel is indis- pensible worlcer on WWC-EC .... Big wheels in debaie are Mickey Brellschneider and Dollie Brua .... Band represeniaiives are Evelyn Guss, Hylda Klinefelier and 'rwirler Marion Todd .... Roxey Slambaugh helps publish The "Mercury" . . . Senior Calhy Lewis is our "Esludian+e Espanola." n BeHy Briicher Marjorie Gvrissinqer Dorofhy Beisel Marie Breffschneider Doroihy Brua Eufha Breighner MEMBERS SENIORS Cafherine Lewis Anna Mariin Ruby Michael JUNIORS Marqaref Eichman Evelwn Eife PLEDGES Befiy Pnbger Hyldn !I.linefeHer Marion Todd Cafherine Tompkins Evelyn Guss Doris Siefler Ruih Wocd Roxey Sfambaugh FIRST ROW: Sfambaughi Fifq, Breiqhner' Klirnw-f:'11r. Ph?eger. SECOND ROW: Brua Ureasuferj, Tompkins KVICE Presl Sfefler fPresr denfjl Michael QSecreTaryJ, Elchman, fCorr. "-war-yj, THIRD ROW: Brifcher, Lewis, Wood, Grissinger Guss Breffschnelder PHI KAPP PSI :O il 1 liyli i K . afigik M Q 'jg . .3 ,. Nerf: -.A-si: , K 'sig-kj , , H WX, M :safari are as M w ml sm W ' 5 mf--Xa 2 .. W M .-,M M b N e-a smug :vsp X f. M 5 W 3'-51? s Xu El 3.2.5 E ng , as f gs. sei? VQQQQ s xg 3 ff 57233 'ss 35. swiss 3 S gm new 2 . Haggis 5 W is a ni Q -sf? .s ,sisixk Ni Lu A 5 :vi l..i' , ss w E sf' 5,557 wr-nr. sg. Q .,,..,..,.,.s . mfg-sg M W f -f Top: Dovey did ii! Boflom: Wake up, Walf, if's 2 o'clock. 112 In 1852 Phi Kappa Psi lrarernily was born a+ Washingron and Jefferson College .... The Pennsylvania Epsilon chapler firsl lralernal organ- izalion on Gelrysburg campus .... Charler granred in I855 .... Paul Porrer, presidenl .... Roberl Leber, runner-up .... Dean Kern, scribe. . . . Earl Bomberger, 'rreasurer .... Clayfon War- man, presiclenl lnlerfralernily Council and Who's Who .... Roberf Selzer, secrelary Senior Class. varsiiy soccer .... Harry McNeal, business man- ager I949 SPECTRUM .... Charlie Rambo. sec- rerary Aihlelic Council, winner of Orange and Blue swealers for foolball, baskelball, and lrack. . . . Bill Brown, "Honey" Wileman, bolh, loofball, baskelball, and baseball performers .... Graclen Akers, George Boehner, and Dick Eidler, baskel- ball. . . Hummel Pager, Track .... John Kalz, Jrennis .... Walrer Planlz, golf . . . Bill Craighead, soccer .... Don Young ancl Larry Bulrller, fresh- man loolball. . . Phi Psi won lhe scholaslic cup Two our of Three semeslers during +he I946-47 lerms. George Barclay William Berry Earl Bomberqer Harvey Diclcerr Claylon Dovey John Border John Boyson W'illiam Brown William Carson Graders Akers William Albrighl John Bair George Boehner Richard Cover Paul Bell Edward Bird Harry Belber Larry Bulrler PENNSYLVANIA EPSILU CHAPTER MEMBERS Edward Dull Charles B. Fager Edward Fischer John Kalz Glenn Lau Dellis Dodson Hummel Eager Theodore Eoullcrod Henry Graybill SENIORS Roberl Leber Aulher McCarler Paul Porler Charles Rambo Edward Read JUNIORS T. Allen Hamillor Malcolm King Harry McNeal Harvey Miller SOPHOMORES William Craighead Palricln Glynn James Grossman Richard l-leinl-zelman George Hanson Allen Larson 'William Lollich Waller Mounlain Marler Ness William Ogden FRESHMEN Charles Carlson larry Hughs Howard Irwin Thomas Kramer Donald Krelzing Waller Mensch Fred Rudy Roberl Selzer James Spahr William Thomas Claylon Warman Theodore Pegg Waller Planlz William Wald Russel Wileman Richard Eicller Joceph Howard Dean Kern Donald Simonlon Lloyd Musser John Todd Harry Wisolslcey Donald Young f11K'P I FIRST ROW: Carlson., Hughes, Musser, Wisoiziae-,, Boehner, Grossman, Glyrn, Irwin, Todd, Bell, Albrighf, Belber, Hanson. SECOND ROW: Berry, Warman, Bair, Graybill, Barclay, C, Pager lSecre1aryl, Kern, Leber lVice-Presidenill, Porler lPresidenil, Bombergar Hlanfz Border Ness H Fader Ogden FOURIH ROW Yingsr Craiohead Dull Cover Foulkrod Read Lollich Spahr Kafz Lau McNeal M K5 Mourilaln Helnlzelman Eiscl' r Dodson llreasurerl, Carson, Simonior-, Dovey, Miller, Sgrzeq Pegg,-Rambo. THIRD ROW: McCarfer, Boyson, King, Rudy, Hamilfon, Wald, Akers, I I I I AI I-, Lew, I ',I 'T I, iI.ef, I . I I I I I I PHI GAMMA DELT .f f x iff ,J f 61.175 qciiy T' Top: The Bisons were really boiled BoTTom: WaiTing for Sanfa Phi Gamma DelTa was Tounded aT JeTFerson Col- lege in I848 .... Ten years laTer The Fiii's moved onTo The GeTTyslourg Campus .... Prexy Wilson is campus wheel .... Zimmerman second-in- command and house bool: balancer. . . Records lcepT by Snyder .... On The TooTball Team are McCausland, Way, Gilligan, Tremble, Sachs, Kirlcer, Reese, McCoy, and l-loTTman wiTh Palaz- zolo assisTanT Trainer .... Sachs, McCauslancl, Gilligan, and Grigsby serving as hoop-men .... Owl and NighTingale dramaTisTs are Rhoads, Grupe, Snyder, James, and BuxTon. . . Parker is Mercury business manager .... Kahler and Yocum kepT The caddies busy as members ol The golf Team .... Tennis Team members are Grigsby, Busch, and l-lassinger .... NoTorious Jesse James is head cheerleader wiTh Bob and l-larv SmiTh assisTing. . . Topping The social calendar was The Phi Gam-Phi Psi union in The second spring Jefferson Duo. Richard N. Allison David S. Banlley J. William Busch Charles French Edward G. Frasso, Jr. Leonard C. Gru pe George E. Buxion Alexander S. Calvin James M. Creighlor Charles G. Deiwiler John R. Finch John B. Apple William E. Buehler David M. Finney, Jr. John J. Gilligan James S. Lenlz Richard G. Bridle Richard l-l. Cromer Tom G. Faulkner X I C H A P T E R MEMBERS sermons Roberf M. l-lassinqer Donald M. l-lopcrail John E. James Roberr W, Kissinger Russel N. Leidy Thomas C. Masters Alberl' C. Moore Anlhony J. Palazzolo Roloerr NN. Parker Kervnelh M. Rhoads Preslon C. Rolh I H. Lee Rowell Donald Selman Richard Selman JUNIORS Francis l-loliman Louis K. Jones Richard Kahler William A. Koch, lll William Y. Naill Harvey B. Smilh William H. Kirkpalriclz, Jr. l-lerberl' L. Srnilh SOPHOMORES Waller R, Kiricer Beriram L. Larkin Allison Reese Ross l-l. Sachs Roberr G, McCausland Roberl L. Smilh Roberi L, McCoy James R. Way FRESHMEN F. Gilberl Grillilh, Jr. William G. Maleer Roberl L. l-lelclrich Richard l. Mullen James F. Koch, Jr. William S. Musselman, Jr. James Daniel Slep Richard E. Snyder Joseph Tarasciore John David Weiland J. William Wilson Donald T. Zimmerman l-lamillon C. Srolharl Georqe Svarnas Dudley A, Tremble George L, Yccum Gordon K. Grigsby Allred W. Hopkin David T. Miller Roberi' W. Welch, ll N. Allan Pellil, Jr. Frederick Alan Rodgers Lulher l. Sachs, Jr. FIRST ROW: Mullen, Perrie, Faulkner, J, Koch, Hoplcin, Finch, Maleer, Musselman, Lenlz, l-leldrich, Delwiler, Calvin. SECOND ROW Hoffman., Palazzolo, Harvey Smilh, Yocurn, Kaliler, Apple, Maslers, Rhoads, Snyder lSecrelaryl, Wilson. lPresiden'lJ Klrkpalrlck Parnell, Jones, Hassinger, Allison. THIRD ROW: Griqsby, Welch, Gilligan, Sfolharr, Naill, Grupe, Way, McCausland Tremble Bari lev, Busch, Rolh, Rowell, R. Smilh, James, l-lerrbefl Smilh, Slep, McCoy, FOURTH ROW: Moore, Buxlon, Frasso, Frenc Finney FIFTH ROW: Miller, Weiland, Sachs, W. Koch, Buehlar, Reese, Creighton, l-lopcrall, Talasciore, Larkin, Kirker, Selman., Leldy Parker .Lfm' pms -. ...... 1 . ' , . SIGMA CHI f 7 , ' x,..l1 f V. T-'11i'A1 lxx ll ,,, X, i, ,X i . Top: "Dear John" Bofiomz One of The Sig's Ib New Cars Thela Chapler ol Sigma Chi was founded on Gellysburgs Campus in l863 .... The Sigma Chi's are under lhe leadership ol Paul McFar- land .... Ed Slell is vice-presidenl .... Howie Jones fakes +he minules ,... Raab Sechrisjr keeps The books in order .... Peler John, Oul- slanding Junior, presidenl ol The French Club. . . . Joe Raphael, Oulslanding Junior and As- sociale Eclilor ol The SPECTRUM .... Jim Fallon, Mercury man and "Ge+'rysburgian" col- umnisl, Who's Who .... Jack Vials, Oufslanding Junior, Circulalion Manager of "The Gellys- burgianl' . . . Slell and Emigh, R.O.T.C. Ol- Ticers .... Joe and Tony Cervino play loolball and baseball .... Joe named lo Who's Who. . . . Bob Johnson, Bill Thompson, Ralph Rock play foolball .... Kauffman is G-Burg dribbler. ,NN - . . ' .':'....,. -:--.:.:.:-: 5:-5-'5-5,: ,,, ,hull :-:::-:-:-:-15-g,,-,-,-. THETA CHAPTER MEMBERS SENIORS Joseph Cervino John Grissinger, Jr. John O. Kinlz Edward F. Siefl Joseph Dalqliesh N. Richard Hangen Rocco Leo Richard S. Young H. M. Dickson John J. Inch, Jr. Paul McFarland, Jr. Samuel W. Barrick Harry G. Emigh, Jr. George R. Jacobi Siephon Skidmore Earl D. Besch James B. Fallon William H. Jones John J. Slarahs, Jr. JUNIORS Roberl W. Bowen Peler M. John Thomas A. Rankin Raab R. Sechrisl Herloerl Cole Joseph F. Mondelli Joseph L. Raphael Walfer H. Shipe William C. Guise Georqe A. Poorman George Sabo Marlin K. Sfarner Allan E. Jennings Jack H. Vieis SOPHOMORES Edwin Borqh H. Nelson Gilsble James A. Magee. lll Roberr S. Schaeffer William D. Carofhers Roberl R. Johnson John B. Morgan Thomas B. Gibble Jack Dorsey William J. Johnson Harry W. Neuberf Richard Houck Richard W. Duirey Robe-rl E. Kauffman Anderson O'Day William F. Marks Seiberf D. Eberly Theodore L. Lenlcer Paul C. Plasfino William W. Swoope Thomas Gallagher, Jr. David O. Lollich, Jr. William P. Ramsey William Thomson John Maenak Ralph Rock FRESHMEN Harry W. Barrick David K. Conrad Roberi Lillie Marshall D. Welsch Roberl Bowers Donald Eiferf Paul Lower William H. Wesl' Alberl' B. Cliff Ronald E. Filzkee Ray S. Shearer Jack Williams FIRST ROW: Emigh, Sechrisf, Marks Uraasuierl, Raphael, Slefl iVice-Pres.l, McFarland iPresidenil, Jones iSecreiaryl, Jacobi, Bowen, Dickson., Siarahs, S. Barrick, Schaeffer, Lenker, Leo. SECOND ROW: John, Guise, Kellev, Haugen, Slarner, Sabc Cole, Dalgliesh, Ships, Skidmore, Poorman, Besch, Kinfz, Mondelli, N. C-ibble. THIRD ROW: Johnson, Rack, Neuberf, Gallagher, Lillich, Kauffman, Rankin, Maenak, Norgan, Carofhers, O'Day, Houch, Dairy, Magee lil, Elaerley. FOURTH ROW: Conrad, Bowers, Fifzkee, Wesl, Eiferf, Cliff, Runkel, H. Barrick, T, Gibble, Swoope, Borgh, Ramsey, Vieis, Thomson. Y ,,I ...,....i ::.u1.z:EMi'f1l?'....'2.'...N.... . T311-e. .W .....,jm,... i PHI DELT THET -ii ' 3 iff ? "" Top: Bob ponders press clippings Boifom: Shine gof 'lhere firsf! Naiional group founded in i848 .... Came To ihis campus in l875 .... Presidenr is Jack Creager .... Warren Gingrich is vice-president . . . Secreiary, Olin Allen .... Treasurer, Ernie Johnson .... Awarded All Sporrs Trophy .... Soffball Trophies lor Spring and Summer .,.. Jack Held was Chairman of Fa'rher's Day Com- miriee, is prexy of Kappa Phi Kappa .... Bob Janlse holds presiden'r's chair oi Campus Senale. and of Pi Lambda Sigma ,... Jack Creager is second in command of IFC .... Faris Mirage leads Jrhe Junior Class .... Bill Mizell was Gen- eral Chairman oi Jr. Prom Commiirees. . . lvlizell ancl Sirasser, Soccer .... Beaver is quarferback of +he Frosh Fooiball Team. . . Held Faculfy Tea wilh Della Gammas. . Alumni Banque? in honor of Prof. Ziegler. George Barclay William Berry Earl Bomberger Harvey Dickerl Clayfon Dovey John Border John Boyson William Brown William Carson PENNSYLVANIA EPSIl0N CHAPTER MEMBERS Edward Dull Charles B. Eager Edward Fischer John Kalz Glenn Lau SENIORS Roberr Leber Aurher McCar+er Paul Porler Charles Rambo Edward Read JUNIORS Dellis Dodson Hummel Eager Theodore Foullcrod Henry Graybill T. Allen Hamillor- Malcolm King Harry McNeal Harvey Miller SOPHOMORES Graden Filcers William Craighead William Albrighl' Palrick Glynn John Bair James Grossman Allen Larson William Lollich Waller Mounlain George Boehner Richard Heinlzelrnan Mariel Ness Richard Cover George Hanson William Ogden FRESHMEN Paul Bell Charles Carlson Thomas Kramer Edward Bird l.arry Hughs Donald Krefzing Harry Belber Howard Irwin Walrer Mensch Larry Bulller Fred Rudy Roberr Selzer James Spahr William Thomas Clayion Warman Theodore Pegg Walrer Planrz William Wald Russel Wileman Richard Fidler Joseph Howard Dean Kern Donald Simonron Lloyd Musser John Todd Harry Wisoislre-y Donald Young f11K1P I SCO' FIRST ROW: Carlson, Hughes, Musser, Wisorzkey, Boehner, Grossman, Glyrn, Irwin, Todd, Be.ll, Albright, Be ber, Hanson. E IND ROW: Berry, Warman, Bair, Graybill, Barclay, C. Fager fSecre1aryJ, Kern, Leber lVice-Presidenil, Porfer lPresiden'rI, Bomber er Ureasurerl, Carson, Slmoriori, Dovey, Miller, Selzer, Pegg, Rambo. THIRD ROW: McCarfer, Boyson, King, Rudy, Hamilion, Wald, Aker Planlz, Border, Ness, H. Pager, Ogden. FOURTH ROW: Yingsf, Craighead, Dull, Cover, Foulkrod, Read, Lollich, Spahr, Kafz, L McNeal, McKay, Mounlain, Heinfzelman, Fischer, Dodson. PHI AMMA ne r Top: The Bisons were really boiled Boffom: Waifing for Sanfa Phi Gamma Delfa was founded af Jefferson Col- lege in l848 .... Ten years lafer fhe Fiii's moved onfo The Geffysburg Campus .... Prexy Wilson is campus wheel .... Zimmerman second-in- command and house book balancer. . . Records lcepf by Snyder .... On fhe foofball feam are lv1cCausland, Way, Gilligan, Tremble, Sachs, Kirlcer, Reese, McCoy, and Hoffman wifh Palaz- zolo assisfanf frainer .... Sachs, lvlcCausland, Gilligan, and Grigsby serving as hoop-men .... Owl and Nighfingale dramafisfs are Rhoads. Grupe, Snyder, James, and Buxfon. . . Parker is Mercury business manager .... Kahler and Yocum lcepl' fhe caddies busy as members of fhe golf feam .... Tennis feam members are Grigsby, Busch, and l-lassinger .... Noforious Jesse James is head cheerleader wifh Bob and Harv Smifh assisfing. . . Topping fhe social calendar was fhe Phi Gam-Phi Psi union in fhe second spring Jefferson Duo. ALPHA lIl'Sll0N CHA P MEMBERS seNioRs TER Frank J. Benedek David J. Boyer, Jr. Eredericlc Brown David T. Culp John W. Dean, III Roloeri K. Brooks Roberl T. Culp Donald U. Egolf Richard T. Eniwisile Paul A. Florian James L. Abboif Richard R. Allshouse John S. Davies Joseph E. Erb VVilliam J. Geiselman Leonard C. Bausbaclc Harry D. Bikle Anihony J. Cosianzo Pairiclc J. D'Aloia Sheldon A. Enlne William J. Grove John D. Healy Charles Hunsberger Edgar E. Hun? Mcilall Kerby Kenneih E. Lawver Paul F Luelobe Charles H. Meschier Richard Miller JUNIORS John Frech, Jr. John S, Heilman Edward A. Highiower David H. Hough Gordon H. Jones John C. Lang, III Roberl G. March Willzam J. McCaw Charles E. Musselman Thomas Rouleile SOPHOMORES Paul G. Haller Kennerh H. Hour: Louis R. Koenig Charles E. Kranias James K. Long David L. McMorris Carl T. Mellin George B. Moser Millard M. Munlz Roberi Sheads FRESHMEN Roloeri B. Ferree Karl R. Elleison Roberf H. Fusmer Henry W. Glissman Joseph L. Kane Richard H. Knipple Alexander R. Krausz Charles L. Lieloeknechl George I. Melhorn Howard B. Resiin Charles E. Reynolds, Jr John Way Edwin C, Wenlz James E. Smiih Roberi W. Siahl William U. Sylces Eugene F. Ufech Frank H. Shimer, Jr. Launcelof Soul? Philip H. Waliersdori John W. Wareheim George B. Weigand Erhardr C. Rider William B. Schaffer William L. Snyder Thomas E. Waliersdorf 'SZ FIRST ROW: Egolf, D. Culp, Kerbey, Lawvei Hun? ISe-creiaryj, Musselrnari Qllresidenil, Luebbe IVicc-Presidenfl, Lang, ITreasurerI Grove, Reynolds, Ernke. SECOND ROW: R. Culo, Fresh, Long, Muniz, Erb, March, Miller, D'AIoia, Heller, Soulf. THIRD ROW Geiselman P. Waliersdorf, McMorris, Fcrrem I-Ieilmany Lisbekre:h1, Sheads, Kranias. FOURTH ROW: Shimer, Koerig, Melhorn Ellefson, Glissman, Abboii, Jones, T. Walla-rsdori, Rider, Cosiaruo. FIFTH ROW: Enfwisfle, War-shime, Mellin-, Allshouse, Fusmer Knipple, Weigand, Bikl., Schaffer, Hough. SIGMA LPH EPSILUN ,K- .K 1 Top: Le+'s gel' a 5l'h for bridge! BoHom: Need a Srh here, foo Pennsylvania Delia, organized on Geiiysburg campus l883 .... Firsi chapier of SAE norlh of ihe Mason-Dixon line .... Presideni Kenny Childs is business manager of lhe Geiiys- burgian, vice-presidenf of siudenl sena+e .... Ed Richier keeps The rninuies .... Bill collecior is Dick Shellenloerger .... Kirk Mearns, senior class prexy .... Musicians Russ Kerns, Al Snyder, choir and band respeclively .... On ihe fool- ball lineup are Cauiiman, Schlegal, Ginanni, Moore, Schlegelmilch, Re-ider, McClain, Linia, Pavelic, Nalale .... Fogariy and Nugent Frosh gridders .... Soccer loooiers, Bill Young and Chick Rice .... lvlalmen are Binder, lvlcCul'ch- eon, Rieqel and Sassrnan .... Me-arms and Babylon lisied in I948 Who's Who .... Builiei supper dance wiih Chi Omega sororiiy. 122 PENNSYLVANIA DELTA Cyril P. Arnold David S. Babylon Kennelh H. Childs Richard Binder William S. Cadzow Howard L. Caullman Paul E. Clouser Richard H. Conslable Samuel C. Deirriclc William E. Eisenhari Douglas L. Ensminger Gaylard H. Fissel Frank L. Frailey David J. Giusli George H. Hamm Henry Arndr Henry Emrich Palriclc Fogarly Jay Hershey MEMBERS SENIORS Nad A. Linla Andrew K. Mearns Richard T. Mara Marrin B. Shellenberger JUNIORS Joseph A. Conslalnle Charles W. Reider Emile W. Georqell Richard N. Rice Lesfer W. Ginanni Roberl H. Schleqel SOPHOMORES Graham E. McCulcheon Charles K. Miller Jack C. Miller Warner H. Moore William S. Moore Seloasrian D. Narale Edward J. Richler Marlin T. Pavelic Russell K. Riegel Russell R. Kerns Bernard B. Kefller James Knapp Norman K. Lady Harold U. Landis James E. Long Paul E. Loudenslaqer John S. Lures lvlillon C. McClain FRESHMEN Michael W. Frelsinger Leonard Nugenl Donald C. Maf3Bean Henry W. Parlelf Roberl Murphy Kennelh M. Rommel CHAPTER Tedlord L. Shenelell' William J. Young Ralph W. Senlz John H. Springer Richard E. Romberger Harry F. Role Richard H. Sassman Louis K. Schaffer Harry W. Schlegelmilch Alden L. Snyder M. Harvey Taylor George T. Thrush John W. Shoop Roberl V. Simon Y Edward C. smnh . A E I 1 - FlRST ROW: Nalale, Emrich, Lures, Rommel, Nugent, Rice, Becker, Murphy, Parleff, Shoop, Arndr, Frailey, Consrable, Hershey, Fogarly, Simon. SECOND ROW: Riegel Sassman, Kerller, Binder, Geor eff, Cauffman, Linfa, Young Nice-Prasidenll, Childs lPresiden1'l, Schenefall, Schellemberger Ureasurerj, M66fUS' Arnold, Cadzow, Schflgegel, Rore, Knapp. THIRD ROW: Kerns, Taylor, Deifrick, Moore, Fissel, Thrush, Loudenslager, Richler lSe.crelaryl, Landis, Rornberqer, C. Miller, Eisenharf, Snyder, J. Miller Clouser, Schaffer. FOURTH ROW: Reider, 6-iusri, Ensminger, Pavelic, Krersinger, Smirh, Senfz, Macliean, Moore, Springer, l-lamm, McCu'rcheon.. E 21 - - WJ iw?- LAMBD CHI LPH Q51 in 5 'u Vyf il' ,ff:l ik!-fr,' sqgv f Tap: Thai' page loolrs blank lo me Bo'Hom: Hypnolizing him, Candy? Phi Sigma local lralernily was absorbed by Thela Kappa Nu in I924 .... Thela Kaps merged wirh Lambda Chi Alpha in I939 .... Dan Baker, prexy .... Wall Schulzenbach as- sisls .... Bob Rauschenberger keeps minuies .... Wall' Sobers handles The finances .... Jerry Alexis, edilor-in-chief of The Gellysburgian, R.O.T.C, ballalion commander, "Who's Who" . . . "Dui'ch" Bodensielc, Oulsranding Junior, edilor-in-chief of 'rhe SPECTRUM .... Dan Baker is SPECTRUM Fralernily edifor .... Andy l-lislop heads Men's Tribunal .... Roy Marks is presidenf of Sceplical Chemisls .... George Sfauiler is presidenl of Phi Alpha Thela .... Auslin Hess lakes noles for I.F.C. . . . Ralph Greiman is lreasurer of S,C.A. . . . Earl Smiih manages wreslling .... "Doc" Craley, Wall Sobers, Vernon Miclcley, and Diclc Paiierson, A Capella Choir members. E. Jerome Alexis John E. B. Berger John W. Brown John C. Devers Roberl J. Dowie Edward S. Gill Richard L. Alfemose Daniel W. Baker William B. Biahl Frederick W. Bodensielc J. Wayne Blackman Eugene D. Boyer E. Dale Cook John H. Candiolo Franklin I. Cappel N. Neiman Craley, Jr. Sleven M. Ayres William C. Clegg Edgar C. Hoos Joseph R. John, lll TIIETA PI CHAI' MEMBERS Ralph A. Greiman, Jr. E. Ausiin Hess Howard K. Hilner, Jr. Andrew C. Hislop, Ill Lulher R. Hooker SENIORS Ray H. Leber Roy D. Marks L. Dale Mickey Roberf L. Neal Richard E. Pallerson, Jr JUNIORS Lloyd David Bollinger Vincenf Conli Alberi R. Burlchardl' Berrram E. Buller George W. Cromer, Jr Roberr M. Given SOPHOMORES Calvin E. Eicher Philip C. Eisenhari Chesfer J. Hoke George A. Jalfurs Paul F. Kase Dean A. McClain Vernon H. Mlclcley James E. Rumberger Lyman G. Sener, Jr. Richard R. Shanfz Earl H. Smilh William R. Snyder FRESHMEN Edwin T. Johnson Dale R. Lau Alberl J. Malley, Jr. Calvin C. Moreland Parlcer C. Pelerrnan, Jr. Richard B. Ross Charles F. Snyder Henry R. Snyder Roloeri S. Rauschenberger Roloeri D. Reed Waller L. Schulzenbach Waller C. Sobers George E. Slaulfer Walfer H. Groff George E. Kirschner Allred M. Sirang Roberl L. Wibberly Daniel N. Slaflorcl Harold L. Taylor Tillman B. Williams Jules H. Wolfe David S. Woodruff James R. Walson Ray M. Snyder William E. Triller Edwin B. Whipple Helmulh Zeiss TER AXA FIRST ROW: John, Triller, Ayres, Schan+z, C. Snider, R. Snyder, Moreland, Boyer, Candiofo, Whipple, Zeiss, Malley, Clegg, Eisenharf, Ross, H. .Sl1yder. SECOND ROW: Slecher, Biehl, Uevers, Brown, Sfaulfer, Alexis, Marks, Greiman, Baker llaresidervll, Schuizenbach lyme-Presidenill, Rauschenberger lSecre1aryj, Solvers Ureasurerl, Hislop, Hilqer, Hess, Paliersan, l-locker. THIRD ROW: Reed, Boden- auek, Wibberley, Walson, Neal, Stafford, Wo-:-rifuff, Lau, Cappel Kirschner, Craley, Sener, Rumberger, Jaffurs, Taylor, Mickley, Kase, Hoke. FOURTH ROW: Smith, Johnson, Cool, Eicher, Buller, Bollinger, Snyder, Hoos, Pererman, Given, Williams, Burkhardl, Wolfe, Sirang, Blackman, McClain, Lcber. . .............-....... .- U New es. --.-. fr .1-- - A .-.,s.-:sw -..-1......L...1.e'w:::.,s:ez,ae.-...-a-f...,eie4ue-s-.Lg.. .-::- -,.::. ' s f J" i . PHI SJGMA KAPP 'rf T7 rf 1' 'fi ,.. 'T:vl"l!3f A.,-9-... ., Top: Where's PaTTerson7 BoTTom: Keep polishing, Pledge! The PromeThean Club, organized in IB97, laTer changed To The Druids .... ln l925 This club was granTed a charTer by Phi Sigma Kappa .... Joe ShusTer wields The gavel .... John Depfer g is second in command .... Frank BreTz is sec- reTary .... Thomas Lescalleef holds The purse. . . . Will Berg manages The DebaTe Team. . . . Bob Avancena is chief execuTive of The lnTer- naTional Club. . .. Bill lvlcKendry is S.C.A. prexy. . . . Howard l-lippensTeel, soccer .... DwighT Speaker and Bob Unger are Frosh FooTball men. . . . Bob Shryoclc, SporTs EdiTor of The GeTTys- burgian and member oT The News Bureau .... Jack Keller wresTling .... Fall Pledge ParTy aT The College Cabin .... Dance Tor The Alumni. . . . EnTerTained former Premier Nagy of Hun- gary. Gusiave H. G. Bahrenburg John W. Berg. Ill Roberl' R. Bohn Huber? A. Brandenburg Samuel P. Davis Roberi T. Avancena Glenn R. Bange Roberi W. Braun Frank H. Breiz Marlin E. Cernek Frederick B. Clemens William E. Derrick Sidney S. Ehrhari Harold B. Emlei William F. Goiwald Donald W. Hemperly Edward F. Holland Donald Diehl Lloyd Eyesier Charles Flaheriy RHO ll E'I'ERON CHAI' MEMBERS sENioRs Dale E. Deardorii John F. Depler Henry H. Lee Clifford R. Miller, Jr. Howard J. Hippensleel Roberl' R. McCoy John R. Houser, Jr. John W. Keller William A. McKenclry Robe-rl B. Nemeschy JUNIORS Norman A. Cessna James H. Davis Harold Diehl, Jr. Roberi E. Hassler John L. Hicks, Jr. John C. Knorr Rudolph W. Gleichn-ian Philip P. Lighiner John Gormley Nevin A. Hamme Richard P. McLarnon Roberl D. O'ConnelI SOPHOMORES Harry M. Hopkins William H. Horner Charles W. Houseworlh Thomas Lescalleef, Jr. Raymond Lewis Larry S. McClunq Granville F. Miller John N. Miller Jess Olley Richard M. Oil' Alvin S. Rudisill Donald W. Sanner John F. Schwarlz William H. Sperry FRESHMEN Vincenl Forresla Richard Griesl' James Mackey George Mansur William Nebinqer John Neil: John C. Schaeffer Paul W. Shearer Joseph W. Shusier Julius J. Tondar Edward M. Rafienspergen Roberi L. Shryock Eli F. Sliver Gilson C. Waldkoenig Henry Wedaa Mark S. Tome Roberl Unger Charles L. Venable, Jr. Howard H. Weaner. Jr. Richard C. Woolson. Sr. John D. Zimmerman Wade Oriel Richard Sipes Dwighi Speaker TER FIRST ROW: Bohn, O'ConnelI, Schwariz, Clemens, Brerz fSecrefaryl., Depfer fVice-Presidenii, Shusier iPresidenI'J, Lescalleef iTreas- ureri, Ofley, Hemperly, Brandenburg, Cessna, Lee., SECOND ROW: Griesi, Davis, McKe-nclry, Horner, Braun, Miller, Miller, Sarinier Davis, Avanfcena, McLarnon, Hamme, Shearf-i, Hicks, Deardorff, THIRD ROW: Bange, Bahrenburg, Emlel, Sperry, Nerneschy, Flahariy McCIung, Hassler, Gleichman, Neff, Oriel, Miller, Weaver, Houser, FOURTH ROW: Eysfer, Raifensperger, Lighfner, Hopkins Mansur, Nebirwger, Unger, Lewis, Berg, Rudisili, Cernek, Holland, Gormley, Hippensleel, Venable. FIFTH ROW: Waldkoer-ig, Wedaa Ehrharf, Gorwald, Sipas, Speaker, OH, Keller, Schaeffer, McC:y, Tome, Diehl, Tondai. a Q- U KAPP EPSILDN ' 1,4 ' rl ,OG C '4vm.2fif Top: Eyes closed, mouTh open BoTTom: Cave men!! From "KnighTs of Classic Lore." Illinois Wesleyan group, came Tau Kappa Epsilon in l909. . .. GeTTysburg local DelTa Kappa Sigma organized I9I6 .... Became Psi chapTer of TKE in i926 .... l-louse presiclenl' is John Diemer .... Sam Frazer, second in command .... Donald Becker keeps The records .... Donald FruTiger collecTs The cash .... l:ooTball leTTermen include ArT SmiTh, Bob Edwards, and Dave Rasmussen .... Leslie l-larTman is WWGC sTaTion manager .... Chief announcer is Bill Baker, and Donald Becker handles The publiciTy .... John Leaman is GeTTysburqian liTerary ediTor .... Dick Scherch heads The Owl and NighTingale Club, as Bob Day does The Sophomore class .... Fall hayride in honor of The pledges .... l-lallowe'en parTy .... Tea dance wiTh The Phi lv1u's. .J PSI CHAPTER Louis Campanero John Diemer Samuel Fraser Kenneih Gilmour Paul Abel Warren Behr Donald Becker Glenn Bushey Raymond Coleman William Baker Roberl Bley Maynard Barnharl Williard Carpenfar Roloerl Day Roberl' Edwards James Elsweiler Allan Gray George Auxf Richard M. Bacil: MEMBERS sENloRs Ramsay Koury Roberi Mahler Harry Modesli JUNIORS Donald Fruliqer Linwood Fry Roberl Gillespie Richard Holmes Harry Heindel William Long SOPHOMORES Roberi S. Harrison Leslie Hariman Raymond Harizell James Koury Edward Leaman John Leaman Joseph Mallhieu James Neely FRESHMEN Eugene Heindel Richard Hoffman Arlhur Smilh Laun Smilh Richard Scherch Frank Sleweri Louis Newman Roberi Olewiler Sluarl Olewiler Donald Swope Frederick VanRiper Max Palmer Sidney Palmer Theodore Peck David Rasmussen Norman Rasmussen Charles Shadle Roloerl Singer Roberl Tiley Richard Mulch David Peery Jack Baird John Landes Dale Reineclcer Ray Bundriclc Rolserl Long Jaclc Scherch Mac Flaws Reber? Miller Eugene Wagner l I l Roberi Yosi FlRST ROW: R. Long, Gray, Shaclle, W, Loi-rg, Swope, Fraser CVice-Pres.l, Diemer lPresicleni'l, Mahler, Becker fSecrefaryl, J. Koury, Fruir er lTreasurerl Bushe SECOND ROW W ner l-l rfma B hr B rcl'k J Sh rh Kl k lll P Bl S' V 4 gm I , y. I 5 ag ' , a n, 1 a , ui rsc , . c er. , oc ner , eery, ey, Inger, an Rger, Harrison. Tl-HRD ROW: Relnecker, Miller, Day, Baker, Heindel, Auxl, J, Leaman., Coleman, Neely, Holmes, Peck. FOURTH R W: Landes, Yosi, Palmer, R. Koury, Flaws, Tiley, S. Olewiler, R. Olewiler, Gilmour, Elsweiler, Reynold, E. Leaman, Palmer. mama-w.mec xa.,ewe ammezaim KAPP DELT RHO I l Top: Smashing 'Phe fomes Bo'H'om: A quief eve ai' home wuq L' Theia Phi of Gehlyslourg College was inaug- urared as Pi Chaprer of Kappa Della Rho in I928 .... The nafional Traiernily was founded ai Middlebury College in 1905 .... Dick Tome is head of The house .... Cody Burlcincline is runner-up .... Bill Kline is scribe .... Ed Moul hands our bills .... Las? Spring The house re- ceived Jrhe "Second Place Scholarship Cup" as a permaneni award .... Dick Tome. +he man- aging ediior of The Geiiysburgian, was selecied for Who's Who .... Paul Engle serves as presideni of The Chess Club .... Doug Cooney acis as co-chairman of 'rhe Uniled Sfudenr Drive .... "Dir" Jones and Larry Johnson play on 'rhe Frosh Foolball Team .... Pledge Dance .... Tea Dance wiih rhe Chi Alpha Sigmas. Pl cHAP1'E Cody F. Burkindine Roberl' S. Cronhardl Waller E. Garman, Jr. C. Douglas Cooney Paul l. Engle Daniel K. Borregard Joseph W. Heidler Charles A. L. l-lunl William J. M. Auve James R. l-lays Lawerence Johnson MEMBERS sermons Allen R, Mallsemes S. Donald Schlueier James W. Smilh JUNIORS Roy C. Kindig, Jr. J. Nelson McKay SOPHOMORES William E. Kline Reber: I. Laur Walter C. Morse Rolserl S. Moul FRESHMEN Richard E. Johnson John R, Jones Richard L. Tome Roberl J. Trewella Kennelh F. Wohllerl Edward C. Moul Paul S. Nero R. Russell Peery Dale Severlson Richard F. Tomasson Donald J. Mallaclc David L. Scheidl Alberf A. Wiiz FIRST ROW: Trewella, L. Johnson, Jones, Witv, Moul, Tomasson., He-idler, R. Johnsont Kindig, Scheidf SECOND ROW Borregard Moul fTreasurerl, Laur, Hunt, Burkindinei lVice-Prasiclisnilll Tome lllresidis-nil, Cooney, Severlson, Peery, Kline lSecrefaryl Auve Malkemes THIRD ROW: Wohlferf, Nere, Morse, Schluefer, Mallack, Srnifh, Garmani, McKay Engle Cronhardf an W1 e Q. "Q, -.V .. w. www-fs ,imma Li L4 'Sl PHI KAPP Top: Sluuurrrpll BoTTom: Horsing around Harry Holman, PresidenT GeTTysburg's only local fraTerniTy originaTed in 1928 wiTh The merging of Two clubs, The STar and Criferion .... HeadquarTers aT The SheTTer House .... Harry Holman leads The group, aided by Lufher Slifer .... Social affairs handled by Bob Walker .... Elwood Leisfer. finance chief .... Disciplinarian Johnny Davis. . . . Sammy SchmiTThenner, soccer sTar, handles The secrefarial chores .... OTher soccer players are Paul and LuTher Slifer, FriTz SchmiTThenner, Don Gallion, and John STrube .... Don Emerf holds end posf on frosh grid squad .... Johnny YosT, cross-counTry and Track runner .... Fred Villaume chem scholar .... SCA cabineT man Bill Yingling .... Pre-Min AssociaTion prexy and sporTs columnisT Don Gallion .... Gordy Hife, fooTball manager .... Paul Carl, drummer in The college band. Roberl Arenlz Donald Gallion Harry Holman William Adams Paul Carl John Davis Charles Curley John Hoclc Donald Emerl MEMBERS SENIORS Samuel Schmillhanner Lulhar Slifer Paul Slifer JUNIORS Melvin Hill Gordon Hile Harry Looclc William Reed SOPHOMORES Elwood Leisier Fred Villaume FRESHMEN Harvey Larson John Slrulne Paul Weiriclc William Yinqlinq Frirz Schmiilhannar Roberl Walker Roberf Wrighl' Gene Villaume John Yosl' Charles Lippo CIIKP FIRST ROW: Hock, Hile, L. Slifer Nice-Presicianfl, Holman iPresid enrl, S. Schmiifhenner lSecreiaryJ, Yirigling Areniz. SECOND ROW Wrighr, Loock, Reed, Yosf, Welrick, Walker. THIRD ROW: P. Slifer, Davis, Curley, F, Schrniliheininer, Slrube, Carl, Hill. -na mn. w a a' Qnlenlgef THE PERSONAlITIlS x 5 E1 X v Si K Qs E S i Q 3 F E ? lx W 11 3 lHl ln his search for 'l'he perfecl' American Beauly, Harry Conover, noled beaufy and career girl au+hori+y, has combed +he counlry. And in 'lheir quesf of fhe flawless beauly judge, SPECTRUM edilors have likewise conducled a long and conslanl' vigil. So if is a nafural consequence of +he above circums'l'ances 'rhaf lhese 'rwo forces have joined 'lwice in +he las? +hree years fo assay feminine beauly al' Geffys- burg College. Aliler viewing fhe pho+ographs of +he l'hir+een local coeds, Mr. C. said, 'il had no liH'le difficully in making my selec+ion." Which goes fo prove 'rhal' alfhough fhe Gerfysburg male is plagued by a dearlh of 'rhe weaker sex, he does have his share of pre+'ry ones. The SPECTRUlv1'S "Campus Queen," wilh her 'lwo aH'endan+s and cour+ of eighl, reigned over +he paren+ Junior Class "Colonial Ball" +his February in wha+, il' is hoped, will become an annual affair. Besides being crowned by Dr. Hanson and being presenled wi+h king-size loving cups by Junior Class Presidenf Faris Mirage, l'he queen and her aH'endan+s received voluminous publicily which will do fhem and l'he college no harm. 136 SlllCl0R A ,Y mx m an am an 1 ww zz A ,ss f M,-sl W gf -Raya U in ' exif' fm N fi' ,mf ,, W , 4 x . H u 5 ,1 ff VU,-r 4 "QW ix H25 ,ax W : 5 XB V. Q 4 H A N W SM ,. W LT 1 W 4' , HR N. D., .-W, X, Mil. ms "EA1.MYfr Q H .,. " R-f J., 5 , Bi' 'A' .Z , M X L XL. ' .W fl HL A , Q2 W Q ,mm 4 r -Pkg? 'WZ A-W-XM-fc 2-55 M M W M H ,W-XM is WW 7: ls E B , Mm B X, M ws ' sf L E M3 E has ,E R Q B M B B is ,Q-HE ss Bass .,, W E q M , HH , A -'Hamas 'Wg X Gram., V LABS . ' L Twjgum . Emufm -Q rw.. W E. W M fe,f??X'Es25E,g.' E252 llqlh Www: M 'fs1afs'rf5!w-m,. 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Lasl year he presidenl over Campus W .,.: fs 2 -, S E 'seek Ai 53 A businessman, DAVE BABYLON lasi Of first rale alhlefic ability is Sigma MIDGE ENES, DG, has led 'ihe varied Anciher Sigma Chi, JIM FELTON, has year managed ihe finances of lhe Chi JOE CERVINO who has played career of an aihlele, debafer, scholar, discussed fhe musical world in his SPECTRUM. He's an SAE. varsily foolball and baseball for four and chief adveriiser for lhe Gelfys- "Mefronome" cclumn and played in years. burgian. insfrumenial music groups. Each year a few seniors are chosen +o represenl Geilysburg College in "Who's Who Among Siudenls in American Universilies and Colleges". The seleciion is made by an adminisiralrive commiH'ee and is based upon characier, leadership, exfra-curricular aclivifies and poleniialily for success afier graduaiion. ICK TOME, president of KDR, s'erved LOU TRUMPETER of lhe Chi O clan lFC's prexy, CLAYTON WARMAN, A Chi Omega and class beauly is E the baseball feam and Campus has been leading cheers for four served on the council for fhree years. SUE WENTZ who enferlains G-burg. nafe and worked for fhe SCA and years, also helping on the Geflys- A Phi Psi, he also belongs fo Gavel pans with H.,-e -gmbalmanacn and her Gellysburgian. burgian. Club. I 143 llUlSlll lllll JU lllIlS After distinguishing himself as features editor of the Gettysburgian, DUTCH BODENSIEK of Lambda Chi became editor-in-chief of the SPECTRUM. Among the positions of Delta Gamma's ENID A member of th'e SCA cabinet, DOTTIE A wheel of Phi Sigma Iota, PETER JOHN NELSON were associate editor of SPECTRUM, HAMME was also art co-editor of the SPEC- was also business manager of the dramatic SCA cabinet member, and Student Council TRUM. Phi Mu's contribution. club. Sigma Chi claims him. representative. 144 All-round alhlefe BILL BROWN, who wears Dividing one's inferesis be-lwe'en Qoeds and Chi Qmega NANCY. DRElER,..combininq ihe pin cf Phi Psi, is a football, baskelball, foolball and doing bofh lushce isn'f easy, afhlehc prowess wlfh lilerary ablllfy, played and baseball lelferman. buf BUD CAUFFMAN of SAE manages if. hockey and baskeiball and was SPECTRUM sorori y e ifor. The pride of Sigma Chi, JOE RAPHAEL, As Gefiysburgian sparfs edifor, BOB SHRY- JACK VIETS of Sigma Chi ran lhe circulafion served as associafe of the SPECTRUM and OCK, Phi Sig, saw fha? lhe Bullels go? plenty depariment of 'Phe Geftysburgian and served was aciive in G-effysburgian work. of publicity on and off campus. as the SPECTRUM associate business manager. 145 4 lZ,memAe,, THE 1 SPIIIHS vw 1 1 2 2 5 K s 5 5 5 S gig! an ,, 3 S1 3 3 5 5 S 3 x 4 E u 'F F I if-wi. S323 Tllllill ll AT ISHTYSITIIITG f W 4 I Fl'.,4 b . 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ATTer ThaT win, The BreamiTes absorbed Three sTraighT liclcings, including Two hearTbrealcers, a I4-I3 loss To LaTayeTTe and a 9-7 deTeaT aT The hands of Lehigh, Sandwiched beTween a pair oT deTeaTs by Delaware and Muhlenberg was a 7-O win over Bucknell on GeTTysburg's Memorial Field. Refusing To be discouraged, The BulIeTs came back smarTly and reached Their peak game in The snow and rain againsT ST. Lawrence whom They deTeaTed 20-7. In The game wiTh The Lar- ries, Bud Musselman, promising sophomore half- baclc, came Through wiTh a Tine display oT run- ning as he picked up 86 yard rushing, scored one Touchdown and seT up anoTher. He conTinued his Tine play in The Tinale wiTh Al- brighT againsT whom he loucked over Tor one score and passed To Bob CourT Tor anoTher Tally To gain a I3- I3 Tie. 148 SCHEDULE , :E Gellysburg . . . 61 Weslern Maryland . . O yr- Gellysburg . . . . I3g Lalayelle . . . I4 E Gellyslourg . . . 77 Lehigh . . 9 Gellysburg . . . Og Delaware . . . 26 Gellysburg . . . 71 Bucknell . 0 Gellyslourg . . . O: Muhlenberg . . . 27 Gellysburg . . . . 207 Sl, Lawrence . . 7 Gellyslourg . . . l3: Albrighl . . I3 HEAD COACH HEN BREAM llllllllSl lllfllll FIRST ROW: Gilligan, Hoffman, Hummel, Thomson, Tremble, Haehnlen, Cervlno, J., McCoy, SECOND ROW: Afherholf, Rambo, Schlegelmllch, Cervlno, T., Brown, Smith, Reese, G-lnanni, Cauffman, Florian, Johnson, R. THIRD ROW: Coach Bream, Uhlig, Schlegel, Reider, McCausIand, Edwards, Hoffman, F., Glbble, Pegg, Wileman, Coach Cole. FOURTH ROW: McClain, Gallagher, Nafale, Wav, Neuberf, Pavelic, Johnson, W., Moore, Diviney, Musselman, Rasmussen, D. 149 Q vip rams fp- H if QQ 5 A 2 is IjEi.Q1iif2'3' ,i H '- 1 W if L w so ii All Q, mia W Q i ill llE1Q"'W rx -N if 5-gg ima p 12 ,ffl .. l I - ws? 1 ifsiaiiiifis4.::.i.s:E2:f::I:E:.:.e--ei: isi s' W' HQ? 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A+ The Jraclcles were 450 lbs. of man and muscle in Marry Pavelic -and Jake Schle- gel who were llanlced on eilher side by waaamwawimm -H'-su ' F' f awww- Ewa mms aa me-HMM W mmmm M w na na is X -.a n n n is n a Lehiglfs Burden loolrs frapped SIINIE WE NISE ' Bud Caullman and Bob lvlcflausland al Jrne end posls. Affer recovering from early injuries, Bud Musselman was llwe Bullels' big gun. Running like a Jriglfml' rope walker, he covered considerable yardage on his end Come on, Jesse, Fighf! runs and cur backs. The mosf worked baclclield man and also safely man was Joe Cervino, ollen confused wilrli younger bro+l'ier Tony wl'io also saw considerable acfion. Long end run againsf W.M. , SJ -7 ,.- H - In ow. K -.gn , ..w.- Wg, Yam A ,wagaaa a . Us-aawia aaia--.-I , UI. .-: ma Ii I--lap .wg il? a-III nz :aaa-a-iff .m'mI.,N Ma fi H 5 ' -P8 an a '-aw aa 'S H"4gga,Qa'1"I:' M a an V- W??mQS4a-aa an 'm' a? 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Rjiaaiim if I S5525 B a ia E MSQMIE as Q am BuIle+ Iwo yard line on an off Tackle play. 252:53 I ,I ma af if aaamw, a am S Z Carclwing JoI1nson's Iaferal on ine 'rhiriy yard a a wfiifw , 9, I U srripe as he was being Iackled, Jolilng Joe car- 23-55515 M in if ai ,QQ ' rie-CI The Iasi sevenfy yards WIII1 bro+I1er Tony blocking. FrosI1 Line Coach Ox Emanuel Trainer Rome Capozzi Bud Mussleman 152 Line Coach Clyde Cole Frosh Coach Roy Bloomingdale Booming punls came Oli Jrhe Toe of Charlie Rambo, quarrerback and ace pass defender. who also 'rossed an occasional pass. A+ righr hall back, Honey Wileman oiien puzzled oppos- ing players wiih his fake runs and lefi handed passes. Thar The local line play was good was proven by lhe faci ihaf Gene Hummel was placed on ihe Second Team of ihe All Slaie Eleven as chosen by Jrhe Associaiecl Press. Jalce Schlegal was given Honorable Menlion for his play ai laclcle while Joe Cervino was Jrhe lone back- fielder from The G-Burg squad chosen for The lasl caiegory. Qilnil Bucknell Seven was enough io fake 'the Bisons Green Terrors drag him down Buclcnell's cheerleaders visiT For The second sTraighT season, Coach Roy Bloomingdale's Freshmen BulleTs came Through wiTh an undeTeaTed record as They romped Through Tour opponenTs To run Their Two year sTring To eighl consecuTive Triumphs. Rolling up 94 poinTs, The Frosh G-Men were unscored upon unTil The Tinal game when The Delaware Frosh did The Trick in losing To The locals I9-7. ln previous games Coach Bloomingdale! squad deTeaTed WesTern Maryland 37-O, Muh- lenberg 32-O, and Franklin and Marshall 6-O. STanclouTs Tor The Team were high scorer Don EmerT, speedy DwighT Speaker, Triple ThreaT Ray Shearer, guard Len Nugent and line plunging DiT Jones. THE FRESHMAN TEAM FIRST ROW: Kurfz, Hughes, Krausz, Bowers, Johnson, Wisofzkey, Douglass. SECOND ROW: Buzard, Kurh, Maieer, Speaker, D'AIoia, Yocum, Unger, Lenfz, Emerf, Nugent, Murphy. THIRD ROW: Bloomingdale lCoachj, Beaver, Swoope, Faulkner, Shearer, Fifzkee, Minchoff, Jones, Fullmer, Kyler, Emanuel lCoacl-il.. FOURTH ROW: Judifz, B'uTTIer, Kreizing, Peek, FogarTy, Triller, Young, Txpfcn, Liebeknechf, Neff. TIITTISS llllll TRY PosT-war reTurn of cross counTry To 6eTTys- burg sporTs broughT wiTh iT a winning Team. TuTorecl by Coach Roy Bloomingdale, The hill- and-dalers emerged from a Tour-meeT schedule wiTh Three decisive vicTories. maTes To vicTory wiTh a second place in The inaugural and a TirsT place againsT The Mules in 17:04 minuTes. John YosT ran second To SmiTh among The BaTTleTielders, closely Tollowed by Bion Merry and Ed l-loos. The Iasf mile for McClung, Ayres, Merry, EysTer, and Morier. Two more G-Burg harriers, Hamm and SmiTh Opening againsT AlbrighT's harriers OcTober 22, The local lads sprinTed over The Three mile run To deTeaT Their guesTs, 26-29. During This meeT, Anlian oT The visiTors esTablished The rec- ord Tor The Orange and Blue course wiTh a I7:0O:7 minuTe run. Muhlenberg was nexT To Teel G-Burg power as The Bloomingdale proTeges conquered 22-33. November I3, The Thinclads Triumphed over MT. ST. Mary's I6-39. The lone deTeaT of The season was received in The SwarThrnore-Lehigh Tri- angular meeT in which G-Burg placed second. Frosh Ed SmiTh consisTenTly paced his Team- FRONT ROW: Ayres, EysTer, Yosf SmiTh, Hamm. SECOND ROW: Morier, McClung, Bloomingdale lCoachj, Hoos Merry an ,E ,, M1 Q-we FAME H . me an as -Qin. EER -.-fx ec I, ,m am is is - r .wana II SIIIIIII ATTer Tailing To noTch a win in Their TirsT six games, GeTTysburg's socceriTes Tinished The season TriumphanTIy as They whipped WesTern Maryland and Delaware. WiTh These en- counTers on The crediT side, Bullel' booTers showed a record OT Two wins, Tour losses, and Two Ties Tor a .250 average. MenTor Bill HarTshorne again guided The Iciclcers Through waTers ThaT were rough and choppy from The very sTarT. In The opening conTesT a spunlcy Drexel aggregaTion, IcnoTTing The score Three Times, senT TesTiviTies inTo overTime. NeiTher Team Tallied in The Two exTra periods and a 3-3 Tie resuITed. On OcTober I5 classy Navy Took The HarTshornemen inTo camp aT Annapolis, 3-O. This game was The only one in which GeTTysburg Tailed To regisTer a goal. Ten days laTer Manager Herb SmiTh Travelled wiTh The booTers To LancasTer where Franklin and Marshall overcame The BaT'TIeTieIders by a 4-I margin. November I saw The hard pressed booTers reTurn home and duel BucIcneIl's Bisons To a I-I Tie amicIsT home- coming ceIebraTions. As in The Drexel game, Two adcIiTionaI Tive minuTe sessions were played wiThouT producing a winner. The BuIIeT's penchanT Tor exTra work was TurTher demonsTraTed when The Johns Hopkins sTruggle wenT inTo overTime. However in This in- sTance Hopkins counTed in The inifial period To emerge a 3-2 vicTor, FIRST ROW: Slifer, P., Young, Seher, Gallion, Eniwisle, Hippensfeel, Strube, Slifer, L., Smilh, C., SchmiTThenner S,, EverharT, M. SECOND ROW: Mizell, Sfrasser, Buller, Rankin, Allshouse, Schmiifhenner, F., Craighead, Gleichrnan, Grigsby. THIRD ROW: Coach Harfshorne, Heldrich, John, Borgh, Hough, Egolf, SmiTh, Harvey, CosTanzu, Koch, W'eigand, Everharf, R. FOURTH ROW: Coach Diehl Slee, Rice, Larson, McGaughy, Hammann, Nieznay, Cooper, OrTeI.. FIFTH ROW: Smiih, Herb IManagerl, Hellman, Miller, Musselman we gg - U M me n f .STX when QMSKQL - Lebrrexggenaeesw .FEET TM ,, Y., Q I, K .- M-,jeg 'W Nam- I W-I-fi-A Y gwrl. . ,ir Mraz -I .fa-mm - 3 3 MW H rr , 355521557 aww af 7 Zriifl iii Q 1 -Slhvlfe 'ef A --i--i-- as I...-I 1- . .Q -i . ,,. W r 2 . . ,ijlj gags raffle ' I Ewa-jlLfiZB?,aj,n3,L 2- -H, 3,-,, WWI, iii, 2 . 2? F H. z :i mmm-x WA.,... "' L .wwf ,Q "fa: we PM 1 .f me W . wry, c - Tifrg.. 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Dick Enfwisle, Bob Everharf, Marfy Everharf, Lufher Slifer, Frifz Schmiffhenner, and Gordon Grigsby bore 'fhe brunf of fhe halfback clufies wifh Don Gallion, Paul Slifer, Carlfon Smifh and Bob Sefzer doing fullback chores. Chuck Mes- chfer was goalie wifh Dave Hough assisfing. Bill Young, Dick Allshouse, and Bob Sfrasser were line subsfifufions while Berf Buller and Harvey Smifh spelled fhe halfbacks. Injuries greafly hindered fhe feam's success, Sfrube, Young, and Shively ready for achon Bob Everharf, Don Gallion, and Lufher and Paul Slifer all required docforing during fhe season. Hippensfeel, rockef-like forward, led fhe scoring parade wifh seven goals. Allshouse and Craig- head fied for second place scoring honors wifh fhree fallies apiece. Chuck Meschfer's goal fend- ing highlighfed fhe boofers' performances fhroughouf fhe season. The 6' 5" nef-fender saved many enemy shofs from enfering G-Burg paydirf. 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A Tew days laTer The record was evened up aT Read- ing when The Albrighf dribblers squeezed ouT a 47-45 Triumph over The Breammen, However, GeTTysburg came back inTo The race wiTh Tour decisive vicTories over Delaware, 64-477 Dickin- son, 57-45: Lehigh, 50-47, and Franklin and Marshall, 78-53. WiTh a boasTTul 5-I record The BreamiTes iourneyed To Pennsylvania's Pale-sTra where The Penn hoopsTers downed Them by a shocking 84-45 counT. GeTTysburg. PresenT high scorer George Boehner and Bob March, iuniors, and sophomores George Gorman, who led The JV's Through an excellenT season lasT year, Pinky Fissel, George Fair, Dick Fidler, and Bill Ogden consTiTuTed The local ag- gregaTion. March and Harry Pure were The Two leTTermen wiTh whom Bream sTarTed The season. Pure, Tall, lanky cenTer Trom Philadelphia aver- aged Ten poinTs a game lasf year. This season his record conTinued unTil a broken arm susTained in The Lehigh game Torced his reTiremenT To Delaware profesis G-Burg nexT TelT The power oT LaTayeTTe as The EasTon quinTeT edged The locals 56-53, and powerTul MT. ST. Mary's who ouTscored The home Team 42-33. Jumping back inTo The win column The G-Men Trounced The Green Terrors Trom WesTern Maryland 64-45 aT WesTminsTer. AT This wriTing Tussles wiTh Muhlenberg, Franklin and Marshall, Bucknell, LaTayeTTe, Dickinson, Navy, Lehigh, and LaSalle remain To be played. Seven oT Coach Bream's varsiTy hailed Trom Looks like holding The sidelines. Pure's loss To The Team was greaTly TelT Tor There was no equal subsTiTuTe Tor his consisTency aT The pivoT posiTion and in scoring. Grad Akers, a sophomore Trorn AlToona, saw plenTy oT acTion as did Ray Nowak, also a sopho- more, Trom PiTTsburgh. The varsiTy berTh was sTrengThened by The acldiTion oT Bucky Harris, a Treshman, and Ray Lewis, Transfer sTudenT Trom Muhlenberg, boTh oT whom were ineligible unTil The second semesTer. Injuries cleTiniTely hampered The G-Burg cause. ln addiTion To Pure, Ross Sachs, anoTher GeTTysburg boy, was benched in The beginning OT The season as a resulT of a TooT- ball iniury. Freshman Baske+baII Freshmen baskeTball reTurned To school This year wiTh The incepTion oT The Treshman eIigibiliTy rule. Once again The yearling clulo showed a greaT deal oT promising maTerial ThaT was Tu- Tored by Coach LeRoy Bloomingdale. ln Their TirsT six games The LiTTle BulleTs walked oTT wiTh Tive conTesTs and dropped one. They opened Their season wiTh a 68-50 vicTory over The previously undeTeaTed Dickinson junior var- siTy, Then Took Franklin and Marshall's Trosh inTo camp 79-50. Journeying To Annapolis, The Orange and Blue yearlings were swamped by a vasTIy superior Middie Treshman squad 78-34. AgainsT The WesTern Maryland Green Terrors The Baby BulleTs sailed To a 57-46 Triumph. Com- ing Trom behind in The York Junior College Tracas, They nosed ouT The visiTors, 70-62. Among The up and coming members of The Trosh quinTeT were several former high school sTandouTs who blossomed inTo Tine looking pros- pecTs Tor nexT year's varsiTy. Scoring ace oT The club was Walf Plechner, Tormer capTain oT The John BarTram High Tive ThaT won The Phila-- delphia Public High School Crown in I946-47. ln his TirsT six games he averaged an even I9 poinTs per game. Ano-Ther of The Trosh sTandouTs was Hank Belber. a parTicipanT on The i942-43 STaTe Championship Lower lvlerion squad. An excel- lenT ball handler, Belber was honored by being placed on The All-Suburban Team ThaT year. Bel- ber aT mid-season ranked second in scoring among The junior cagers wiTh 55 poinTs crediTed To him. Two Tormer TeammaTes aT HazelTon High were Dave Rosborough, smallesT member oi Coach Bloomingdale's quinTeT, and Al Holman. Round- ing ouT The BulleT Treshman hoop rosTer were AI Malley, ChesTer STupi, Al Aspen, Joe Kane. Bob WhiTe, Bill WesT, Larry Johnson, Don EiTerT, and Frank Davidson. When The season ends The Junior BulleTs will have played F8rlv1, Bucknell. Dickinson, Hershey Junior College, ST. ivlary's Boys Club, and Muhlenberg in addiTion To a re- Turn maTch wiTh York Junior College. li-Blllllill THE Hllllllwllllll Rolling 'round The rim while D-Son, G-Burg waiT All hands on deck! FIRST ROW: Boehner, Pure, Grigsby, Palm D-Son wafc-hes Boehner me? fs Fidler, Gorman, Kauffman, Sachs. SECOND ROW: Fair, Nowak, March, Akers er. THIRD ROW: Bream lCoachl, Stone, Harris, Miller lManagerJ. Fair shoofs one againsf FEM IHSHIG Clyde Cole, in his second year as coach oT The GeTTysburg grapplers, once again led his proTeges To a successful season wiTh The record sTanding in February aT Tour wins and a single loss. Remaining on The TickeT are maTches wiTh Delaware, Muhlenberg, Bucknell, Franklin and Marshall, and The Middle ATlanTic Champion- ships aT SwarThmore early in March. "King" Cole's grunT and groan experTs opened Their season wiTh The maTmen Trom LaTayeHe, Tripping Them 27-3. Three BulleT perTormers Turned in pins while only one man IosT To a decision. Newcomer Dodds capTured his TirsT maTch wiTh apparenT ease, winning 6-O. Moving on To avenge Their deTeaT oT lasT year, The l3ulleTmen edged ouT a vicTory over The Johns Hopkins UniversiTy. Ted Lenker, 136 pound king OT The Middle ATlanTics, conTinued his winning sTreak by gaining a reTeree's decision over his opponenT. Working againsT sTubborn opposiTion, The Ted Lenlcer performs grapplers meT Their TirsT deTeaT on The maTs oT Annapolis aT The hands OT The Middies. Even Though The Tars' squad was raTed among The besT in The EasT They were unable To regisTer a single pinning. l'lighlighT oT The maTch game came wiTh Riegel's 3OTh sTraighT vicTory, which included his high school record. Scoring The only win againsT Navy, Riegel edged ouT a l-O decision over The plebe. MeeTing l-laverTord on The local maTs, The BulleT maTmen Tallied an easy 29 poinTs To The visiTors' 5. Turning in a hurried vicTory, Erb pinned his man in 38 seconds oT The TirsT period, puTTing on The records The TasTesT pin oT The season To daTe. Riegel conTinued To pile up wins as he puT his opponenT To The maT Tor a pin. WresTling eighT men, Coach Cole boasTed seven wins, including Tour pinnings. SpiriTed by Their recenT Triumph over Haver- Tord, The leTTermen grapplers moved on To meeT The Temple Owls. SoulT and Lenker each man- STop Twisiing his arm, Sammy THE RECORD GeTTyslou rg . GeTTyslou rg . GeTTysburg . 9eTTyslourg . GeTTyslDurg . . . 277 LaTayeTTe . . . . 3 . l8g Johns Hopkins . . . l3 . 35 Navy .... . . 2l . . 293 Haveriord . . 5 . . 25: Temple . . 5 FIRST ROW: Riegel, Erb, Lenker, Way, Dodds. SECOND ROW: Sassman, Scl1miTThenner, Hoke, SoulT, SmiTh lManagerl. THIRD ROW: Keller, Binder, Reider, Cole lCoachl. aged To puT Their men To The floor giving Them Tour wins To a single loss. Riegel chalked up anoTher vicTory Tor The squad and ran up his own record To 32 consecuTive wins. Coach Cole has spenT hour aTTer hour Train- ing his men To masTer as many grips and holds as possible and his worlc has born Truii as can be seen Trom The record To daTe. "King" Cole has expressed a greaT deal of confidence in The squad and believes ThaT They will finish ouT Their season wiTh a Top TlighT average. Preparing Tor TuTure years, Cole lilcewise Tu- Tored The Junior grapplers in The arT of grunT- ing and groaning. The squad has yeT To meeT Their schedule oi Three maTches including Dela- ware, lvlercersburg Academy, and FHM. Pre-game Confab FirsT sacker Honey Wileman llllSlIlAll WiTh The help of hard-hiTTing Honey Wileman and The masTerTul piTching of Jack Bacon, Ira Plank coached The BulleT diamondmen To a seven win, six loss season in his ThirTy-second year as menTor. The G-Burg cause was TurThered behind The plaTe by power- Tul, sTocky Bud Ecker, one of The besT caTchers in collegiaTe ball. Working wiTh hurlers Bacon, Bill Brown, and Ken HouTz, Ecker proved himself a reliable, eTTicienT backsTop. Slugging Joe Cervino pulled some Tricky plays from his pockeT around The KeysTone sack, working well wiTh Dick lvlarTz aT shorT and Wileman aT TirsT, while broTher Tony Cervino i COACH IRA PLANK PiTcher Geno Hummel FIRST Brown, shagged flies in leTT field. ROW: Plank lCoachl, Nowak, Wileman, Hummel, Cervino, T., Mariz, Hart, Cervino, J. SECOND ROW: Wieand, Kirker, Ramsey, Ecker, Bacon, Hunfzinger, Cauffman, HouTz, Taylor lManagerl. . , 1 S V yxwn A N , ,ZW i, - F .W r' 5 Af' ' J' 5, l -ws rw ff aw U W'-M mf"" 1 'ew' J " Qaxiggigiggfgigwim 1mfi.:mwa.Q s :mae s H E Wfgafggig? fx f'W,ei?r swggiksrgss-if M fu as - 'EMBA . is ,. mx,-sign 5 AS ,qmwkgsfagsa E E aa E aim 'rv I MEM I I ibilmri -F ez: W M H ls: T Wiliam H Waimea ilwigmga-x-asia aa E,m.rm Bax- ms -H mg W -MEHEMWS Wm x 7 ,sms W - ms HERB B we far nm E- mam is an 'WWA H W. .Q-raffle Zggg-Swag ima-:mwah W 'mm MSM ,mi :seam EWS H Up...up...andover! ln his TirsT year aT GeTTysburg College Roy Bloomingdale coached The local 'rrackmen To one vicTory, one deTeaT. and Two second place spoTs in Their Tour Triangular meeTs. Early in The season Bob Snodgrass broke "Pappy" GeiTer's discus record by hurling The sphere 132' l6". He laTer broke his own record wiTh a l35' I" Toss. HHEEEH H ,Eu ?g?Xm,-W Km-xg aaa' . sswkgarw, 5 SE qaxmsmxra MEHQMQW smug mam I was was FIRST ROW: Gorman, Pager, Eismann Kefller Moller, Yosf SECOND ROW: Bloomingdale lHead Ooachj, ilohnson, Afher- holf, Carew, UTech, Hanson, Naill, Rambo, McClain lManager1, Cole lAssisTanT Coachl. ' ri x,: 'W - - 1,1 grim. W Pole vaulTer Charlie Rambo displayed his aloiliTies by ranking TirsT in The opener wiTh an ll' 6" iump and Tying Tor Third in The Middle ATlanTics. Jim Eismann unoTT'icially Tied G-Burg's l2O high hurdle record of I5.6 second while Bernie KeTTler sTarred in The JuniaTa-Bucknell fracas, challcing up eighT poinTs. lIllllTK B BT amy-is - aaa ,MA sfamxa- a , in mia . MW Hurdler John Yosl' High Jumper Bill Naill Broad Jumper George Gorman T H H O mi M H Ml T: fswgf 3 ii'rs:Z.,L,. Qsgfiggggsiaz is .. if Z Hsin 22 WWW E :.,i,5.:.::-L M H F if mx: E M i 'famgsiaa :Z:ig:3E ,,V a T., :,:::,: .:.,,.. , . ,M . sm as .Q M ' - aa ? www'-ss is w a a ss . u an ,-ia - 165 ' COACH JACK SHAINLINE Allhough velerans consliluled lhe maiorily of G-Burg's lennis squad, Coach Jack Shainline's charges managed lo squeeze our only one vic- lory in nine marches, a 6-3 'rriumph againsl The Dickinson Red Devils. John Kalz, lellerman ol lhe previous season, proved himself slar of lhe Team wilh his driving smashes and deep placemenls. l-le formed hall' of The Orange and Blue lop doubles combo which gave lhe local racquelmen lheir only win FIRST ROW: Miller, Lehman, lssing, Grigsby. SECOND ROW: Shainline lCoachJ, Hewson, Kalrz, Hasslnger, Smilh llvianagerl. THIRD ROW: Copeland, Busch. againsl Johns Hopkins in an early malch. ln addilion 'ro his work as a douloles parlner, he gained viclories in singles againsl Weslern Maryland and Dickinson. Anolher consislenl courl' viclor was Dick Lehman who wilh Kalz aided lhe G-Burg cause againsl' Johns Hopkins and 'rhe Red Devils. As a singles slar he conquered F8cM and Weslern Maryland opponenls. Bob l-lassinqer and John Miller comprised a second sei of parlners who lripped F8iM slars and Dickinson nelmen. Bill l-lewson, Don Selman, and Gordon Grigsloy compleled 'rhe rosler of individual viclors. Sluh Lehman John Miller Gordon Grigsby Dick Dodds George Yocum Dick Kahler llllilll C-5eTTysburg College resumed golf in I947 under The direcTion of Coach Joseph Woliinger. The club won iive of nine maTches and placed TiTTh in The WesTern Maryland College lnviTa- Tion TournamenT. The Team won Two maTches from WesTern Maryland aTTer being shaded in The opener by l-'laverlord aT The Merion CounTry Club. Dickin- son, playing sensaTional golf, Then deTeaTed COACH JOSEPH WOLFINGER GeTTysburg aT Carlisle. Lehigh, whom The locals meT aT Caledonia, won a close maTch in which all GeTTysburg golfers shoT under 80. PlanTz and Yocum wiTh a besT-ball 67 and Dodds wiTh a 74 led The way To Diclcinson's only defeaT oi The season aTTer GeTTysburg had van- quished Franklin and Marshall aT The Overlook CounTry Club. CarringTon's 72 was The high- lighT of The vicTory over The same club aT Caledonia. The climax oi The season occured when The Team, despiTe 68's by CarringTon and Wallace, bowed To WashingTon and Lee in a maTch aT Caledonia ThaT Tound six cards under 70. Wolfinger lCoachi, Carringion, Dodds, Middleion, Kahler, Wallace, Yocum, Planh Coach Maguire, Manager Fraleigh The men loolr inleresfed, 'loo Wlllll' SPIIHTS Alla girl, Ada Under The direciion of Miss Marcia Maguire. G-Burg Coeds lumped off lo early inlercol- leqiaie compelilion wilrh a four-game hockey schedule. The Orange and Blue varsiiy mel The driloblers from Susquehanna Universiiy Oclober ll on lhe home lield. The Maguire charges emerged viciorious wiih a l-O edge over Jrhe visilors. Aiming lor' a second viciory ihe local lassies They call if bullying Tangled wiTh Millersville STaTe Teachers College. The guesTs Turned The Tables by ouTscoring G-Burg 3-2. WiTh an even1,SioIiT on The record, The Coeds Travelled To Shippensburg where They suTlered Their second deTeaT by a 3-I decision. SmarTing Trom Two consecuTive deTeaTs, 6eT- Tysburg once again boarded The bus, This Time Tor Chambersburg and a TiIT wiTh Penn Hall, buT a sTeady downpour Torced The canceIIaTion oT The scheduled Tussle. Holdovers Trom IasT year's season consTi- TuTed The maioriTy of The Squad. CenTer Rene STauTTer, inners Jean Ferguson and Phyl Fra- Ieigh, and wings DoTTie Beisel and Ada Parker composed The Torward line sTarTers. STrengTh QT The Team Iay in The backTieId wiTh Edie MaTIack aT cenTer half, Millie HaabesTad and BeTTy Edwards aT righT and IeTT half, DoT Moss and Caren Brubaker in The Tullback sIoTs and Nan Dreier as goalie. InTercoIIegiaTe baskefball hiT iTs sTride wiTh a seven-game schedule beginning in January and exTending unTiI March. In The inaugural, The Maguire charges racked up 57 poinTs againsT The Hanover RecreaTion CenTer's I3 To gain a de- :isive vicTory. Millie Miller pulled down high scoring honors in This conTesT, closely Tollowed by Millie HaabesTad and BeTTy Salzmann. Phyl Fraleigh, Ada Parker, Shirley Thomas, Mary Alice HarTranTT, DOT SchwarTz, and Helen DursTewiTz rounded ouT The Torward secTion while Nan Dreier, Caren and Anne Brubaker, Midge Enes, Sally Geiman, DoT Moss, and Jean Fer- FIRST ROW: Enes, Edwards Parker, Fraleigh, Hankins, Thomas. secor-so ROW: sfefler rlvanageri, semi, schwsm, Moss, Dreier, Ferguson, Brubaker, A., LQTT, HaabesTad. Top: Danger-women aT work BoTTom: You call 'em quick, Duke guson represenTed The guards. By The end oT The season The coeds will have played Millersville STaTe Teachers College, York Junior College, Shippensburg STaTe Teachers College, WesTern Maryland, Penn Hall, Lebanon Valley, and Hood. DelTa Gamma and Chi Omega made an even spIiT oT The wornen's inTramuraI sporTs plaques. LasT spring The D.6.'s won The soTTbaII round and This winTer The volley ball TournamenT, while The Chi O's ranked TirsT in hockey and baskeT- ball. FIRST ROW: Parker, Enes, Dreier, Haabesfad, Fraleigh KMan- agarl, Miller, Heafon. SECOND ROW: LingenfeITer, Geiman LQH, Thompson, Moss, Decker, Nebinger. THIRD ROW: Ma: uire IC hi Dursf Hz B bk A SI , g oac , ew , ru aer, ., azmann, Schwarfz Harfranft, Brubaker, C. em s. . W if Mimi re sa ' BH MX H K SS-im nl TW M .,.j:j .:,:-:- .H -4 is sz, , :.. g:g .- s si a Q s 1 a s s a s s 5 a s si s a ,,, is ru sr is H in s T T M a s is .1 .s a af, , ,..- , H mx " ., . . 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LaTer The local vicTors were hosTs To The F8cM inTramural winners whom They likewise conquered To win The Trophy. ln The TirsT inTramural golf TournamenT aT GeTTysburg TwenTy-Tive parTicipanTs compeTed. Bolo Snodgrass gained Tor himselT The champion- ship and individual Trophy. Dave Rosborough de- TeaTed Bud Arnold To become winner oT The inTrarnural pingpong Tourney. Phi Sig-Phi Psi One, Twooo, Threee LLE Pl SHIRTS PRECISION-TAILO RED wiih CUSTOM REFINEMENTS S542 3115 AT KINGSTON. in The hislroric Hudson Valley, lhree generafions of mas+er shirlrmalcers have carried on fine craflsmanship. FULLER SHIRTS are lrue +o size . . . full cu'r wifh shaped bodies, long Jrails. Self-laced fronls, French seams, anchored bullons, made only in fine. durable sanforized fabrics. S02 ' 'WF FINE BROADCLOTH, MADRAS AND OXFORD CLOTHES 33.95 AND S5130 A Quali+y Proclucf TllM'SA TU SEHVIEE DIRECT FACTORY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DEALER "The Chrysler Service Cenfer of Washing'ron" 635 N S+. N. W. Telephone Michigan 2400 JOHN W. AMATUCCI, '47, ViceiPresiden'I' ci? HENSEL AND SUNS 'UULULML llg .Eid frigu for-4 HAHHISHUHG, PENNSYLVANIA ci? dm M. HARVEY TAYLIIH ANU SUN genera! .QHJUPGILCB ..!4g2I'lt5 COMPLETE CONTRACTORS SERVICE U s Fas Bldg. HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA ak SNA NANN INNNSTNIAA NNNNNNNNS NNNPAN 4600 FERDINAND STREET CHICAGO 44, ILLINOIS ir To Ihose members of The undergraduafe body whose efforfs have gone in Ao Ihe make-up of Ihis college year book, and Io Those former members of Ahe undergraduafe body who have now achieved Ahe honors of graduafion, we offer our sinceresf con- grarulahons and besI wishes. NNNNSNANANAA NNNNAA INSNNNTAN NNNNAN 2I I5 No. 2nd Sfreei- HARRISBURG 0 PENNSYLVANIA W. R. WALTERS, Secrefary-Treasurer 94 JOHN S. TEETER 8 SONS, INC CRUSHED STONE genera! Cafltfaftol' 94 jorfy Winufea Aom fke Gamlaua 7 YORK, PENNSYLVANlA I I I 2062 0 .x4cLieue l'e6lfl'l266 Mal' WMMEJJ 30 342 lljafle 0 QVJOHGK gl'2atl'le5J Climaxing achievemenlrs in srudy comes The day when lhe Diploma is presenied . . . a grear day . . . and one never +0 be forgoH'en. I+ always remains The visual reminder of college days . . . friendships . . . and above all if is a grand fesfimonial To worrhwhileness oi personal applicalion. May we exfend 'ro you . . . a graduare . . . our sincere congra+ula+ions. We wish you success wifh 'rhe full knowledge fha? your Diploma bears wifness fo rhe facr rhaf you are on rhe highway +0 greafness in accomplishmenrs. May we wish you God speed in your seleclred career. RETAILER'S MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM-PANY 222 MARKET STREET e HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 4 223 LY?- omla imenfa 0 AFRIEND as Af fx THE GETTYSBUR6 COLLEGE ONE OF eETTYsBuRe's Assers THAT we PROUDLY ACCLAIM IVIARINCTS c0l1ll9Al1lelliJ of THE RAMONA One of Pennsylvania's Fines+ R f 1' YORK PENNSYLVANIA THE HDWARD P. FULEY GUMPANY gkcfricaf Condfrucfion HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA BRICKWORK Our organizajrion offers +o you The resuHs of many years of profif-able experience. Rendered in Jrerms of acHon and co-operafion, our service is a sfanclard of value Jro owners, arclwifeds, and general confracfors. S542 7715 JOHN B. KELLY, INC. GEO. M. ZERFING General Hardware-Painfs, EIC. Cenfre Square GETTYSBURG, PA. CONGRATULATIONS TO me CLASS OF '48 FROM THE CLASS OF '49 PAUL L. SCHUBAUER 627 WaInuI' S+. I-IARRISBUR6, PENNSYLVANIA 9 SCHLAGE LOCKS LOWE BROS. PAINT P. B. RICE IIGEIIEV OF TI-IE EOUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF IOWA nounces 'I'I1e appoinfmeni' of R. B. 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HERSHEY'S TAI LOR SHOP Rear 6eHysburg NaIionaI Bank GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 4? DONALD B. STABLER x 4? ExcavaHng-Paving-Grading-Sewers Wafer Lines-Concreie Work-Railroads I Equipmenf 'For Ren? S II8 N. George S+. Q YORK, PA. 94 Phone 4'3'O9 REPAIR senvlce ON PIPES 635 Lucknow Lane Harrisburg, Pa. AND LIGHTERS COMPUMENT5 COMPLIMENTS OF THE Of: S GUMPERT CG LAKE ASPHALT AND 'nc"""""'ed PETROLEUM CO. + 0 600 Norrh Second Sfreef OZONE PARK. NEW YORK I-IARRISBUR6, PENNSYLVANIA COM PLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Wafch Sales and Serv ce Masonic Jewelry, Funesf Dnamonds. Moun+ings, Jewelry, Eic. MEHL 8. RITTENHOUSE Successor: io . . oac' ir M f ci' g Je le s T 25 E sf M k 1' ST 1' YORK PENNSYLVANIA COM PLIMENTS OF PHILLIP R. FRIEDMAN COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND f I I I I J I I I I QI I I Tr ,gt E 9: 'EEHEH' HUALE' Jr? KLGILSAELJ' Wemoriea Ar fhe padf . . . Arr fhe predenf . . . I I I In jaifk ana! Gourage Kar fke gufure . . . 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