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I%2 TOUCHSTONE STAFF Editor-in-Chief-------------------------------Bill Chambers Business I In miser ______ Kathy Neyiiart Associate Editors __ _ Joyce Brigiitbill Ellen Coltman Senior Section Editor Literary Editor Activities Editor _ 1 nderclass Editor Faculty Editor __ S iorts Editor . Copyreading Editor _ Typing Editor Picture Editor _ Johanna Stalder Photographic Editor Advertising Manager __ __ . Adviser - Mr. Robert L. Richey TOUCHSTONE • 1962 3 k l 17 i iv 7" i f 1 1? 1 Jr (iKJlf UJ HI 1 CAMPUS WALKS: Essential but Unique ANY hundreds of feel traverse tlie Millersville walks and paths, either hurrying to the familiar or searching for the unknown. Though paths very often intersect, it is quite possible that they may never meet again a - each advances toward it- destination. Winding, twisting, crossing, stretching, yet binding in many respects, all very aptly describe Millersville's unique network of walks and pathways. Interestingly enough, they speak of togetherness ami comfort to some, of loneliness or solemnity to others, and frequently they |»cak of n kind of Iteauty. Nevertheless, to all, these roads reflect Millersville's unfaltering determination to guide or channel each individual as he searches for the path to true scholarship. The age of many of the pathways, as evidenced hy continuous wearing away, quickly recalls the vigor of Millersville's pioneer spirit, without doubt, one of the institution's most venerated traditions. At the same time, the serenity and unpretentious dignity of these campus thoroughfares, eminently portrayed by the more elderly walkways, provide a definite unity with the past. Not always docs the student stay on the straight and narrow the trodden gras is mute evidence of this fact—hut most of the time he finds his way again. Proud of the past. MSC students advance upon the ancient pathways w ith staunch confidence of their ability l attain their goals in tin- future. Perhaps the uniqueness and actual attractiveness of the many campus walkways is found in an abstract blending into the overall oneness of heart that is so much a part of nearly every MSC student. Yet. in a strange sense, if one allows his observation to linger indefinitely, soon he will notice the formation of channels proceeding, not as a single mass, but as a countless number of individual mads that produce a spirit of magnanimity, another element in the sacred tradition of Millersville. In addition to featuring a definite uniqueness, the campus walkways possess an innate cssentialness to the college scene that could scarcely come near to In-ing overstated. To say that the walks and paths serve as viaducts ami boulevards to campus activity is to minimize the fact to a great degree. One does not hesitate to question this truth upon instantly noting some eighteen hundred pairs of feet tread the Millersville concourses daily. Whether the destination is a mere few steps from the Student Center to Old Main, or the long and wearisome mileage from Lyte Auditorium to Oshurn Mall, easy access to the varying centers of collegiate activity is made available to all the students through the campus' clever linkage system its walks and pathways. So consequently, the total uniqueness and esscntialncss of Millersville's walkways is on review. To reiterate a previously mentioned assertion: the liaison of paths has been constructed, in part, with the s|x-cific intent to bring about the most proper coordination and congruity of college lib . Therefore, with thi- notion in mind, the 1962 Touchstone staff sets out to offer a review, hy the effectual means of our campus w alks, of the captured moments of the college year, 1961-62. at Millersville Stale College. 48 Campus Life . . . . Administration ... 22 Seniors..................44 Under classmen ... 76 Organizations .... 96 Sports..................126 Activities 146 5 Advertisements"That’s opposition, got that other comma in there . . ." A Man, a Smile, And a Cigar... DEDICATION Trailing a cloud of cigar smoke, through which can hr seen a wide smile. Mr. Joseph E. Rhen glides his wav along the corridors of Milletsvillc Slate College to and from his daily classes. Many other members of the faculty do likewise, hut none can match the cigar or the smile when Mr. Rhen is in top form. Needless to say, he is usually in top form. As a matter of fact, he has been in top form at Millers-vilie ever since he joined the faculty hack in 1956. A veteran of high school teaching at several Pennsylvania institutions, Mr. Rhen proceeded to bring his classroom experience to the campus. Along with the wide smile- the cigar is parked outside the classroom, hut not the smile- Mr. Rhen lakes a deep understanding of student problems, a sense of humor to leaven the solution, and his penetrating insight into teaching right into the class with him. A firm believer in getting to the heart of any problem. Mr. Rhen insists on many conference's with his students. He believes that all situations can be solved by talking them out. Mr. Rhen was one of the advisers of last year’s senior class and the group was unanimous in its feelings that he did his job well and successfully. It was a happy class, that's for certain! This year for the first time. Mr. Rhen “belonged” to the English Department. Previously, he had doubled in foreign languages teaching his specialty, Latin, lie loved his ablatives, but now he’s pleased to be able to devote full time to English. Mr. Rhen and his wife, Helene, live in Elizabethtown. Because of his obvious love of the teaching profession. his ready wit, his understanding, his devotion to students—yes, and his cigar, too the staff of the 1962 Touchstone respectfully dedicate this edition to Mk. Joseph E. Rhen. 6 1 1i i'H1"Thou crownest the year with thy goodness . . . and thy paths drop fatness. II Caro! (»illx. I discovers almost too late that she forgot to toss her dirty socks in the laundry -or maybe Santa Claus is on the other end. Student Life at MSC lias Many Faeets The football team receives rousing cheer? of encouragement as the squad romps onto the field. 10Two coeds in Old Main South wash their faces before hilling the sack. is a familiar phrase to these freshmen,Cynthia PifTer. in a typical cowl pose, brushes up on her Professional Orientation text. Her studying finished. Joan Rossi relaxes in lied with a novel and a Coke. A lovely fall day draws students from the dorm to study outside. Studying An Integral Part of College Janir r Rocco t.iki a study break to chat with a friend. ' r I 5Emmalou Zimmerman, Judy Parks and Phyllis Warner try out the ire during a winter cold snap with sad results. ' Julie Hollingsworth stops to chat with Dottie Krueger and Kosonmrie Pogwist while selling snacks in I.ylc's canteen. Recreation Occu pies The Leisure Hours I rosh girls take lime out to r« st from freshman week activities.Choir member? light their candles before the start of I he Christmas Candlelight Concert. Special Events Highlight the Years Activities l un. frolic and food ore the main themes of the Big-Little Sister picnic. Christmas spirit pervaded the atmosphere of the Winter Weekend Dance. Members of the Women's Varsity Club sell a mum to Nan Oslergren for Parents’ Day. i A Different Role for Every Student Jam sessions hold in the Hat Kaco provided student with study break entertainment. And then there are a few who study and study and study.l oin Dugba. foreign exchange student from Sierra Leone, discusses bis native coiinlr) with Jack Sbaub. Dinners to Senators — All in a College Day Don Callender. Gem Faust and Fred Ross practice their aim for their part in the Homecoming parade. Carol Walker interviews Senator Joseph Clark for the Snapper. The annual Christmas dinner is an occasion looked forward to In all the students. Mr. Robert Lyon gives Lorraine Kime helpful hints on her sketches in art class.Harry Golden slops to relax afler campus speech. As I hr hour for I lie Formal Dinner-Dunce approaches, Samira Murphy receives help with her make-up from lwo girl friends. After a Late Dance 8 O’ clocks Are Rough Washing up is one of the many tasks lhai coed Sandy Shan folder must perform before “those eight o'clock classes”. George, the Friendly Lion, is nonplussed by Dennis ercher’s attention. 17Cliarniin Dolores Hehrer reigns as Homecoming Queen, l‘W»I. The Women’s Day Student Association depicts phase of the Homecoming theme. ‘Millcrsv ille looks at Cixil NVar ,hrir ,lisl,la - 18 Civil War Theme For Homecoming The w« ckcnd of OcIoIkt 27 ami 21» found l. S. C. covering up the new and looking for the old. This was Homecoming Weekend ami tin- chosen theme was “Millersville Looks at the Civil War." The weekend of October 27 and 211 found MSC cov-sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega on Friduy evening. Saturday began fairly early foi some coeds who were still putting last minute touches on the displays. For the first time floats were entered and displayed at the halftime of the football game. Various organization.' held reunions for the alumni. To top the weekend Millersville uj set Mansfield in the football game. Miss Dolores Hehrer was crowned as the reigning Homecoming Queen at the Varsity Drag Saturday evening. Misses Mary Brice and KJIen Cullman were her court. Light lovely girls vie for the Homecoming Queen title. In back are Dolores Hehrer. Judy Murphy, -Sue Hill and Ann Sprenkle. Seated are Connie Hcnch, Kllen (.'oilman. Mary Brice and Hose-mary Koontz. Jackie Butterw-orlh. Valerie ndrew . Sue Weidemoyt r and Heidi Schroeder make last minute adjustments to the Women’s Community Association display.Freshman Sally llomsher Millersville's Sweetheart Queen Surely. a long-rcmcml»en d evening at MSC will lie year's Sweetheart Dam p held on February 16 in Brooks Mali. The annual affair, sponsored by Student Council to commemorate St. Valentine’s Day. was a brilliant success. Furnished by the Technical Arts Club, the elegant and £ unique decoration provided a setting that drew wide-spread applaud. The evening' ecstatic atmosphere was heightened with the vibrant music of “The Continentals" of Lancaster. The particular moment of the evening anxiously awaited by everyone came when Mrs. D. L. Bicmesdcrfer bestowed the honor upon Miss Sally llomsher ns the reigning Sweetheart Queen of 1962. The Queen was then presented with a dozen red roar’s. The court attendants were runners-up Peggy Mason and Sally Decry, who were both presented with a bouquet id white and pink carnations. Couples dance to the music of the “Continentals" in gaily decorated Brooks Hall. lively Sally llomsher reigns inelegant splendor as MSC Sweetheart Queen for 1962. Queen candidates for 1962 are the following: First Row: Freshmen Sails llomsher and Jud F.hemann. Sophomore Peggy Mason and Pal Dresser. Second Row: Junior Sandy Franklin and Sally Decry. Senior Mine Keefer and Stephanie urcic are missing from the picture.Mary Noonan, Mis . Spring Fling 1%1. is crowned by her predecessor Joanne Putnam Ivoson (right). Members nf her court include Harriet Griffith I left ) and Sue liudi'ill (front). Talent candidate Judy McDowell does some Iasi minute primping before "going on". Fntrants in the talent competition were, t e z right) Joann Clouser, Sandy Murphy. Harriet Griffith, Carolyn Manning and jud McDowell. Joann Clouser happily accepts the Talent Queen award from Leon Gile. Student Council president. Spring Fling Weekend Heralds Final Exams The Spring Fling weekend sponsored by Student Council marked its opening with a Talent Show with Larry Shcnk us master of ceremonies. William Chandlers was chosen the winner of the extra talent competition for his presentation of the "Warsaw Concerto". Friday evening's activities were culminated by the crowning of Miss Joann Clouser as talent queen for her dramatic reading of "Patterns" by Amy Lowell. On Saturday an all-campus picnic, which had to be held indoors because of the inclement weather, and the state college championship track event were the activities during the day. In the evening the annual Spring Fling dance was held in I hook- Hall. The crowning of Mary Noonan as Miss Spring Fling highlighted the dance and the weekend. Marching from the Kd Psj.h Building In Lyle Auditorium is the graduating class attired in caps and gowns. Com mencement Exercises Held May 24 At last tin pathways diverge and go off into the distance. The Baccalaureate ami Commencement exercises were held on the same day w ith Baccalaureate held in the morning with a luncheon for the graduates ami their guests and commencement in the afternoon. The seniors proceeded along the pathways for the last time on May 25 as undergraduates. Many memories will linger along these pathways and in the minds id those who walked along them. After four years of undergraduate study. 300 seniors received the Bachelor of Science degree, which qualifies them to teach in the state of Pennsylvania. I)r. I). Luke Biemesderfer presented the graduate- with their diplomas. Seniors enter Lyle Auditorium for commencement exercises. Millersville faculty incinliers enter the auditorium for Baccalaureate services.Administr"Thv I mill of I ho just is ns the shining litiht . .President Riemcsdrrfcr and hi» secretary. Mr . Catharine K ndi . prepare a message for lh(l student body. To the Seniors of 1962: Now licit you have completed your work al Miller.--ville you arc about to be numbered among those who have (|iialificd for admission to the rank- of the teaching profession. For this attainment you are, indeed, to be congratulated. It is a mark not only of intellectual achievement but also of those personal qualities which stamp an individual as one capable of and willing to discipline his own life. In this personal asset there resides tltc basic attribute of the truly great teacher the influence of a life lived by standards fashioned and controlled by an enlightened mind and spirit. Your many friends at Millersville join me in this expression of warm good wishes for every professional success and for a full measure of | ersonal satisfaction in your work as teachers. Verv sincerely yours, 8 D. L Biemesderfeii President and Mrs. Biemesdcrfer look over an old copy of the yearbook in their home. 24Many thanks for tin- work you have done l ul most of all wi- thank yort for yourselves and l i l von Godspeed. A. G. Breidbsestink l)n. A. G. Bkkii kn«ti. k To the Gkaiu atinc Ci.asS ok 1962: It has become fashionable to publish class profiles. Even though no profile was published for the class of '62, its mcinl crs arc well-known for their traits and accomplishments. In a very real sense, however, one trail of this class will always distinguish it as the “interim" class— that class which stands I tel ween the classes which have gone before under former certification requirements and in the days when the College was strictly a teachers college ami those which will follow when new educational demands will he made in teachci preparation ami when the College will serve additional purpose? . While the class of '62 contemplate- the problems of the day. and plans to meet them in the far-reaching manner common to great teachers, may I congratulate you on your “interim" status. You for the most part have met the now requirements and have been a strong force in the ushering in of the new era. In this regard and in many other ways you will leave Millersville an enriched College. Will you continue to give due respect to lnni Muter ami to the noble purpost-s -lie -erves in the preparation of minds for the future? Traits, Deeds, Symbols Of Class of 1962 Dean Breidentiine begin u new day. Sophomore Grace Kramer talk over her year in Sweden a» Dean Breidcn»tine gives her a few pointers. 25I)R. JAMES W. BECKER DR WILLIAM H. DUNCAN Director of Director of A I missions and Denn of Students Elementary Education and Special Education DR. YAI.RORC FLETTY Deun of ft'omen MR. CHARLES I. KENT Director o) Dilidance Sen ires DR. R Y MOM) E. Kl III. Director at Student Teaching and Placement DR DAUN W. NESRIT Assistant to Dean ol Instruction Guiding Lights in MillersviUe Life DR KICENB K. ROBB Director ol (iradiutte Studies DR. CLYDE S. STINE Dean of MenDr. Zerhy ISeir Lab School Head lilt. J. RICHARD ZKKID Dir ret or of Inborn tor) School LABORATORY SCHOOL Millcrsvillo’s Laboratory School, located on the col lege campus, presents exceptional opportunities f« r slu-dents t » observe or leach in typical elementary school surroundings. Principally students in the elementary curriculum al the college take advantage of these ideal conditions to further their preparation for teaching. An outstanding feature of the laboratory School is its well-equipped library. Here the elementary children can find readings to suit their every fancy and the college student can find perfect examples of children’s literature. Reference hooks of popular, recommended and indexed lists of children’s books are available for student inspection. Closed-circuit televison has Iteen used extensively this year in the Laboratory School. This medium provides pre-professional exjtcricnres for elementary majors. It also is utilized on the basis of mass observation so that many students can observe the same class period. With the coo|»eralion of the foreign language department. the Laboratory School, now under the principal-ship of l)r. Richard J. Zerby. has continued the program of teaching foreign languages to the elementary pupils. Russian, trench, Spanish and German were taught by students and faculty members of the foreign language department. li»s Betty Ruth Jenning ind her kindergarten class di»cu» their ruiuir study project . Mrs. Mildred Dnnnon lead Iter fir l grade da ill a K’udinc »e »i« n. First Row: Mi— Beatrice Smith. Mi— Betty Ruth Jennings. Mi— Charlotte (ioud, Mrs. Marguerite W.illare. SrroriJ Rvu: Mr . Mildred Don non. Mi Doris Cmwrll. Dr. J. Richard Zrdiy. principal: Mr. I.r»trr l-jhr. Mi— Mice L. Warner.Sealed: Miss Jane I- Reinhurd. Standing: Mr. Honalil F.. Sykes, chairman; Mr. Rolierl A Lyon. Mi. Dominick J. l'jnum. Staff Aids Students To Develoj) Talents ART hooked rug i- iho subject of discussion fur Mr. K ibcrt A. Lyon. It.irlur.i Krwin. Laurie RU-innor and Kutli S|«incuke. Some of Mi" Jane I,. Kcinhurd's imltcry is admired l y a •ixth-grade lulioratory scIhm.I Mudcrit. Millcrsville's art department fulfilled its objectives tliis year ! y encouraging student creativity and fostering appreciation of all aspects of art. lindcr the direction of Mr. Ronald Sykes, the art department has been breathing new life into Millersvillc students' viewpoints on art. Introduction to Art. a course required of all students, lias been widening its scope by allowing more creative projects. Elementary students are required to take two semesters of Art in Elementary Schools and may elect Problems in Elementary School Ail or Special Class Arts and Crafts. Students in all curricula may choose any of three different Creative Arts courses. This year dormitory residents enhanced their rooms with oil paintings and reproductions. These depictions, supplied by the art department, could In- rented by students from the library for one semester or a complete term. Through this medium students are exposed a little more to the finer things of life. Miss Jane Reinhard of the department was selected by College of the Air. WCAL-TV. to present a series of seven programs on some phase of art. As her topic. Miss Rein-hard chose “Creative Art for Your Eeisure.’’ She developed her television talks by using demonstrations of fabric decoration, puppets, weaving, sculpturing, mosaics, and hand printing processes. In this way. Millersville’s art department has not only reached the students on its campus, hut all of Lancaster County as well.First Rthi- Mr. I.r-trr l.alir. I)r. J. Kirli.trd Zerby, Dr Wilmrr ('. Berg. Second Row: Mr. Joseph Toreltiii, Mi-- Lharlottr (ii«nl. Mi" Betty Ruth Jrnninu . Mi-- Beatrice Smith. lr». Kiln.i Simon. Mr-. Marguerite WjIIjl-c. I)r. James W. Becker Third Ron Mr Jamr Mntirey. Mr-. K-lln-r l.ov%r . Mr-. I.illian VI. Itmonur, Mi" Dorix (‘rc-vvi II, Mrs. Mildred Donnoit. Mix Edith R. Rapp. Mr. Jacob C. Wine. Fourth Ron Dr. I’aid Ruinmel, Mr. (ilurb - I. Kent. Dr. V. A. Clmuipa. Dr. Hurt Dunmire. Dr. Kujjenr K, Rolilr. chairman. Mr. Jno'itli Torcltia examines teudiinu aid for reading with Caroh Vnundl. Barbara Conrad and Joyce Wise. EDUCATION — PSYCHOLOGY A new addition on Ylillersville’s campus litis year is the special education building. I lousing the reading, speech, guidance and special education clinics, litis new building is a major link in Millersvillc’s in-service growth program. The building is the site of several seminars for Lancaster County. Besides providing facilities for special education students of the college, the building provides facilities for guiding and counseling all Millersville students on emotional or academic problems. The department conducted a series of experiments with programmed learning, teaching machines, and the use of science research materials for teaching reading and spelling in elementary schools. Instructional programs were held during the year in various fields within the department. These programs were devoted to topics presented by representatives of the Department of Public Instruction. Dr. Catherine Coleman, directoi of the bureau of teachers’ education, and Dr. Kathryn Dice, director of the bureau of special services, were among the speakers presented in this series. An aptitude tc t ix administered to a laboratory x-hiMtl student by Mr. J. (- Wine. Special Ed Builtling Open to Students[Sen- Lit Program Goes Into Effect First How: Mr. d,micron IK Im-- nun, Hr. Mar? Hrijchlbill. Mr-. Margaret Woudbriilge, Mi» Pliylli M. doodman, Hr. I.. S. I.iiigonlclirr. chairman; Mr. NVillijiu F. Dillcr. Second Hate: Mr. Itoliert l_ Itir-li- ry, Mr. Il nr HiicIkt, l)r. Norman blurb-. Mr. Karle M Hite, Mr. (Ilurlr K. dump-ton, I r. Fdwjrd It. (Imll. Mr. Honald J. Tlghc, Mr. Iom | Ii K. Kb n. i:n ;i,isii new program in lil raliirt fur Knglbh mRjon, wa„ inaugurated at Millcrsvillp this year. 1.1Irtish and American l.ileralure. wliicli were previously nunv. « f one semester each, have been expanded lo .1 full year of study. An experiment was also conducted with the leaehing of Engli-h Lileralure. Two | riods a week were devoted to lecture attemlrrl by all students taking thcroun-e. and the remaining weekly period was given over to small class discussion grou| s. Dr. I., S. I .ingen feller, chairman of the Knglish depart-menl, was re-elected to tin post of vice-president of the IVnnsv Ivania Council of Teachers of Knglish al the eoun-cil’s fifth annual conference al Wilkes-Barre. Mr. Ilcniv Bucher and Mr. Joseph Blicn were also active participants al I he conference. Tile Knglish department's new members for the year included Dr. Deborah la Sagh, Miss l h His Goodman and Dr. Norman Charles. Dr. Charles, formerly of Wesleyan College, Georgia, replaced Mr. I»uis G. Jennings who was on sahhalieal studying in Knglnnd. Mr. Donald Tight this year assumed the position of head id the Freshman English program. A |mu« in hi work of correcting written report it welcomed h) Hr. Norman Clurlr . Ili'forr departing for chi--, Hr. I.. S. Uiigonfrlter diM-uv.-. n point brought out in the minute of th - Kngli-h le|iarlnirnl inertinp sub Mr. William F. Hiller.Language Lal Is Latest Innoration FOKKIGN LANGUAGES Foreign language. ure coming into more importance in this fast-growing world. In addition to .in enlargement of tlie faculty Mull. Miilrrsvillr’s foreign language depart ment. directed by Dr. Theodore II. Hupp. hns made notable achievements in the operation and utilization of the neu language laboratory. Functioning since Se| leml er 1961, the laboratory contains fort -eight student positions for listening and recording of tape in Hussion. French. German and Spanish. There is also a master control unit which professors ran use to aid students with pronunciation difficulties. This year the language department i placing special emphasis on oral usage. Thus, the laboratory affords the opportunity for students to practice oral exercises during their free hours. Throughout the year, students in the foreign language curriculum partici|Mited in the practice leaching program conducted in the Laboratory School. Sujirrvised l» the foreign language department, this program gives students an opportunity to teach a language in an elementary classroom. The program also affords the elementary students occasion to learn a foreign language. Members of the faculty staff have taken part in programs sponsored by “College of the Air” in the interest of foreign language advancement. The department also s|Miiisois the Xcnophile (dub. an organization for major and minor foreign language students. The master console in ihc new Unnuju. hlmrjtor) hy Judy King a Mr C. Richard Beam ami Or. I li Kupp direel her. hut How: Mr kalliryn knlil. Mr . Ileal rice Killoujch. Or. Throdufr H. Hupp, chairman: Mr. C Richard (team. Second Hair: Or Michiicl (I. kov.irh. Or. Ciuy H. Saylor. i ix m _ Mr. C. Richard Beam. |)r. Theodore li I .. ...... «•' '— .« i.i»™WSKM Standing: Mr. Joseph Glass. I)r. Robert N. F«rd. rhnirmnn Mr. Kirluril J. Koper. Sealed: Mi- Esthei M. Kilhrtfrr. GEOGRAPHY Continuing last year’ program of expansion and innovation. the geography department this March sponsored its third annual geography conference for students and in-service teachers from the Lancaster area. I he theme of this conference "as world cultures, with Millersvillc centering its attention on the Scandinavian countries. A panel discussion dealing with the problems of leaching geography in the public schools and a lecture by Dr. Philip Bacon of Teachers College. Columbia University, were the high points of the conference. Students this year played an important role in the activities of the geography department. The Basslcr Geographic Society, consisting of all geography majors, sponsored a serie- of speakers representing federal and state agencies. Conferences of the Pennsylvania Teachers of Geography and the National Council of Geographical Education were both well attended by Basslcr Society members. James R. Stahlman, a Millersvillc junior, was elected president of tin college student section of the latter conference. During the 1902 summer session the geography department. in conjunction with the science department, will sponsor a National Science Foundation Program. In-service teachers from all over the I oiled States are expected to take advantage of this program. 32 The display cum- in I In- K.irili Science wing of the bl Psych Ituilding i arranged by Miss Ksiher Kllhcfler. Geographers lloltl In-Service ParleyFir'll Hou: Mr. Eugene ;. Groff. Mr. Arthur K. Hiiluu . Mr. George . Katclimer. Second Hon: Mr. Richard C. DeHart, Dr. Man' Kli aheth Dixon, Mr . Kathryn B. Hill. Mr , lone I.. Donvart, Dr. Raymond J. Runklr, chairman. Physical Fitness Stressed in Classes PHYSICAL EDUCATION At one time or another during his college career, eve Millersville student benefits from contact with the | hyj cal education department. The department includes sui courses as gym. swimming and health education a wt as a variety id electives. Much emphasis has been placed on the physical we being of the American student. This year the physic fitness tests initiated In President Kennedy's Confcren on Youth Fitness were introduced into physical educatu classes. Intramural and intercollegiate sports are other phases Millcrsville’s physical education program. These aetivili give the students an opportunity to employ the varied at Ictic facilities at Miller ille and to match skills rsith oth students. An innovation to appear shortly will be rifle ar weight lifting teams which will participate in intercollegia competition. Noth faculty and students administer the intercollegiate and intramural activities aild formulate the aims of this department. Mi. George A. Kateltmei .out Itcmie .Sant.inirllo view film of tlie football team in action. Mr. Hieliard ’.. DeHart ps«s instruction l his physical education class. A now paper article prove- to In- an item of interest li )■• itli Mr. Kirhard G. DeHart and Dr. Raymond J. Kunkle. 33Industrial Art , students prepare a display under the direction of Mr. Hugo J. Fiora (right). Others are: Boh Bateman. Bill Anuqrachcr, Dolores IV ll, anti Kick Hil olherder. Students work in hot-rm-tiils room in Oshiiru Hall. IA Department Grows With New Facilities INDUSTRIAL ARTS In preparing teachers of industrial arts for the public schools, the college offers courses designed to develop in the student the same values it ho|M he will, in turn, bring to his pupils. Such education will include gaining an insight into, and a measure of control over, the man-made physical world, and the growth of self-realization through exploring and using a variety of material media. A broad survey of history, qualities and technique- of production in various common media is followed by greater concentration in one or more fields selected hv the student. I bis program is expected to result in a degree of skill in working with several materials and a high quality of performance in one or more areas. To these understandings and skills is added general and special professional com-|M-tonce gained through study and guided ex| erience in teaching. First How: I Jr. (Icurgr II Diliiiw. Dr. Burl N. Osh urn rhnirnum: Mr. Francis J Kafka. Ill Earl M. WcIkt Second How: Mr. Urban I Monica). Mr. Paul W. Edicl man, Mr. Il«-nr J Kaufl man, Mr. Kohcrt G. Hostel ter.Miss li«r 1. Wagner, librarian of the biborutory school. review .1 lmok with •» fourth grade pupil, Kvroku. Mr . Ijiii.i II. Doering anil Mi » lira trice l:. Dati-imiii ili«ii" the ordering f new hook wiili Mi f ul elle II. Ilurtuu. Old Main Houses Library Annex LIBRARY Kxpansion and growth is finding its way into all facets of Millersvillc life. The library is no excejttion. Previously housed in one building, the library has now spread its roots so that it operates a periodical and reserve room in the former Old Main chapel as well as the familiar main library. Renovations of the main library building proceeded through the year, culminating in the opening of a new study room in the basement. Pine-paneled walls, a sound-proof ceiling, and fluorescent lighting gave ibis new reading room an atmosphere that induced pleasant conditions for study. Many new books are periodically added to the library's collection for the reading enjoyment of students and faculty alike. On arrival these new books are placed on a special shelf which, this year, was moved to a more prominent position in the library in order to gain more attention. The library looked forward to more such developments under the new head librarian. Mr. John Maine. Mr. Maine adder! a new twist to the library operation just before the close of the first semester. He announced that all late books and periodicals could lie returned during the next week without fines being levied. The return was a modest success.Fir ft Row: l)r. George R. Anderson, chairman: Mr. HuIk-M II. Rulli.ir1. Second Kou; Mr. Sam ad I . Wallace, .Mr. Jav I). Weaver. Mr. Charles T. Wolf. Math Group Moves To Expand Program MATHEMATICS Willi an eye towards tlic future the mathematics department embarked this yeai on a program to expand il» facilities. Mr. Charles I . Wolf, a 1illersvillc graduate and former Shippensburg instructor, was added to the facility. course in dillcrcntial equations ami a new math Mr. Chirln T. Wolf and freshman Jill Wike discuss illustrations on the ortini jlinn of computers. course designed especially for science majors were introduced into the curriculum. Keeping in mind the constant and rapid growth of new mathematical concepts, the department lias within the past three years established a new sequence of courses. This program makes allowance for the completion of eighteen semester hours, including calculus, before the end of the sophomore year. Thus, a greater number of elective courses can l c taken by the students. The department's long-range plan includes the addition of a new faculty member in September of 1963. Dr. George . Anderson, chairman of the department, has also expressed hope that by September 1965 lie will be granted approval to offer a program leading to a master’s degree for teachers of secondary school mathematics. During a lull in ihr day work, Mr. Jay I). Weaver and Mr. Robert ||. Rmturt discuss course requirement for mathematics majors. While awaiting her next »tudrnt. Miss Mari-- It. Ca»i play the organ. Melrer K. I’ortCT welcome I he opportunity to continue a (mint rai ed in cla»» by Julie Beck. Students Stimulated By Creative Interest MUSIC Music is necessary lo the well-rounded culture of an individual. Both elementary and secondary students Irene-lit from the music courses at Millersville. All students arc required to take a course entitled "Introduction to Music." Students in die elementary curriculum are required t take two semesters of "Music for the Klcnicntary Grades.’ I hose who wish lo broaden their musical scope may choose elective courses, such as "Creative Music’’ and a new course entitled “History and Literature of Music.’ lo help elementary majors learn more about the music of grade Band pir-idnu John Stover and Kill Weaver dim-u ......Ir lurid music willi Mr. Jatnc E. Zwully. school children. .1 closed eiu-uit television program whs established this year in the Laboratory School. The music department i equipped with three piano , a baroque organ, a stereo hi-fi ami many small rhythm instruments. The students have opportunities for lessons on the organ 01 piano, taught by Mr. Mclzer Porter, chairman of the department, and Miss Marie Cast, a faculty tnemher. Other members of ibis department are Mr. James Zwally. band and choir director, and Mis Dorothy Hughe , elementary music teacher in the Laboratory School on campus. Mr. Mt-l '-r R. Porter, chairman; Mi— Murir It. (Iasi, Mini Uorothy T. Hughe , Mr. J.uiu- E. Z«.dly.first Ron: l)r. Jam. - K. Kok.'ii, chairman; Dr. ..ithrrine Kccver. Mi Daniel G. Engle. Mr KinimtliG. Millet. Mr. Harold II Weirielt. Second Row: Mr. Georg -' F. Stauffer, Mr. William II. Mellvsjine. Dr. Alp Henderson. Mr. John M. Kolh. Mr. Paul Mclncniey. Mr. John I.. Korahaugh. Science Department Eyes New Building Alumna Diana Dean discusse modern lejrhing iiicihod in science with Mr. William B. Mellwaine. NATURAL SCIENCE The natural science department this year completed u survey on uu experiment with the teaching of general biology by television to large classes. The investigation, conducted by Dr. Alex Henderson, professor of science, and Mr. John L Horahaugh. associate professor of science, concerned the comparison of closed circuit television instruction with traditional instruction. The results of this experiment apparently proved that students, although often opposed to this method, learn as much via CCTV as they do when confronted with the physical presence of an instructor. Looking towards the future, the natural science department planned for a new rience building that would include a planetarium. Millersvillc was the site this year of numerous area science confabs. New contents, methods and significances in science instruction were the themes of these meetings.New Course Offered in Social Studies SOCIAL STUDIES Sociology, economics, government and history arc tin four discipline which compose Millersvi lie's social studies department. Philosophy might he included us u fifth discipline in this group. Headed hy I)r. C. Maxwell Myers, the department offers a variety of courses. In 1961. u new elective, the History of Africa, was added. Besides undergraduate work, there are two courses of graduate study particularly designed hy the department for those graduates pursuing the elementary curriculum. Chuck 1.11.utiici4 .mil Fred Fry have trouble explaining to Mr. Cliurle A. land ilu-ir difficulties in history following .in examination. Co-currioular activities are an important function of Millersville’s social studies department. The Intercollegiate Conference on Government and the Social Studies Club are both sponsored hy members of tin department faculty. Social studies students are also active participants in various annual social studies conferences. Four members of this department are currently at work on their doctoral dissertations. Tire remaining faculty members have previously received their doctorates. Th se arc some of the methods through which the social studies department at Millersville attempts "to keep abreast of the needs of society." fini How: Dr. Virginia Beck. Dr. Vjllmrg Flclly. Dr. Maxwell Myers, chairman; Dr. Crorm L Young. Mr. Churl A. Lord. Srr-and How: Mr. Carl F. Poke, Dr. Michael 0. Kmrach. Dr. Hu-hard (I. Keller, Dr. hram J Foster. Third Row: Mr. Joseph k. W-ilki-r. Mr. Daxid . • Voijrt.Administrative Aids Assets to College MmilxTh of llu library stall has «• three different sites to supervise: the main librury itself, the periodical rooms in Old Main and the elementary school library. In addition to the regular duties of the staff members they have also directed the renovation of a room in the basement of the main building. An outstanding feature of the campus library setup is the materials section in the Kd Psych building that houses classroom aids, particularly books, texts, readers. spellers and subject matter literature, which can be examined by students to familiarize themselves with materials used in -Indent teaching. The campus Cultural (.'enter, which will lx- housed in the library, displayed an exhibit of German books which have Imtii contributed to Millersvillc. The Center will highlight Scandinavian ami German culture. The campus mail center is located in Old Main under the supervision of (.ester Cox. Distribution of mail to ull college points is handled by the center. Faculty mailboxes are located in Old Main and in Wickershnm Hall. lm| ortaiil in the lifr of all dormitory coeds are the housemother . Working with the rank of assistants to the dean of women the ladies are in charge of tin- various campus dormitories. Sfatnt: Mrs. Laura K. It. I Wring. Mi- Beatrice I1. Datouun, Mrs. Marian Kiefler. Standing: 'It-- Mice I.. Wagner, Mi— ! a- twite H. Mutton, Mi— Janet Lefcvrr, Mr. Theodore Wohl cn. Mr . K ther blind)', Mr. Donald K. Tribit. Mrs. Dorothy Cavanaugh, Mr. John S. Maine. Srutrd; Mr- Kdna (.uill-.iu Miss Verna Mill, Mr . Irene Yoitoda, Mr . Jr »rea Kitehie. Shunting: Mr-. Manila Armstrong. MR. IIF.NR'I I . BUCHER, assistant Jr„n of mm. DRivmOUCMM MR. KAY MOM) C. Ml II IN dirci tor ot solely education. CHESTER . DOM ME I., Mniri i Maintenance, Spcurity Stu ffs Invaluable College security is enforced l» three officer whose headquarters is loeuted in the basement of Old Main South. The officers are Chester Dommel. John Wissler and Charles Iloliz. All campus parking. traffic and safety concerns art-supervised by these men. Mr. Raymond Mullin of the health and physical education department is the chairman of the faculty committee on safety. Millersville's excellent closed circuit television system is directed and supervised by Ronald Allies. A technician in his own right. Mr. Allies directs the entire setup as used for class observations and demonstrations. The Millersville CCTV operation is one of the oldest in point of service among colleges in the eastern part of the I nited States. All campus maintenance ami repair work is directed by Calvin llauck and his crew. The talents of this group can he realized l students almost daily as the members of Mr. Hauck’s staff go about their business. Whether it Ik- the moving of furniture from one building to another or the construction of fences the crew can he counted on to do a masterful job. KO.NAI.I) E. At I IKS. electrical technician. Sealed: MRS. JERKY KRINKMAN, secretary. Stand in ;: CALVIN HAt.'CK. superintendent ol buildings and grounds and Mil. I.ARD F l TZ. rejiairman. 41Seated: l r. Mary Ellen Smith. Standing: Mr . Josephine K. N.unit. Mr . Naonu Culiun, Mr . Joanna Bails . Win,- ............... M. Warner. Mr . J-n M. Uur.c Sealed: Mi.. . Mi- M..n U » Murry. ItonnM M. Mm- m-. manager of Si ml ml Books, Food, Pills Part of College Life Biggest development in llu; College Store litis year was I he installation of newspaper ami magazine racks for tin-sale of daily out-of-town papers ami weekly and monthly periodicals. In addition the selection of paperbacks was also greatly increased during the year. Ted Warner became the m-w manager of the College Store following the death last summer of Alex Wilson, who had directed the Store for five years. An increase was noted in College Health services for the year as four physicians shared the work so that a doctor was on call at all limes each day. Three nurses supplemented the program l»y supervising the infirmary. M. C. Lehr served as manager of the dining room again with Mrs. Virginia Heidenreich performing the duties of supervisor. Once again the .lining hall served many special meals including those for the college athletic teams. Christinas dinners and Commencement ami Vlumni Day dinners. ' Seated: Mi-. Hull. Il.dlinx.-r. Standing: Ermon M. I’oSlrs buiinen manager; Miss Anna Mae Kindi . Mi»s Nancy J. Kiln. .'lriu« K. Swcigarl. Seated: Mi». Edna Mrrr. M C. la-hr. .»■« manager; Mr . Virginia lleidenrciili. dining hall supervisor; Mr . Fannie Click, dietician. Standing: Mrs. Martha Wilson. V 42MISS ESTHER I.ENHARDT. alumni irctr:- The alumni secretary. Mis Esther Lcnhardt, always tells graduates that she becomes particularly interested in them just after their commencement services. She lumdle-all alumni activities for Millersville. .Secretaries are a necessit) on the college campus ami the Millersville group lieljrs keep things moving in all of the administrative ollices. Millersville’s campus switchboard is under the supervision of Mrs. Kuth Brchm with coeds filling in on the job during the evening hours. Mrs. Kuth Brrhm, tuitchluxinl operator: and Mi- Stephanie Kainhach, jrrtrtary to Dean of Urn. Secret a ri es Pro vi tie Important Services First Row: Mrs. Hulda Stine. Mi— Nancy ftaenrr. Mrs. Kathleen Mead, Mr , (inn- Evans 'Itv Betty Mcyrr . Mrs Audrey Kolrc. Second Ron Mr France Miller, Mr . Evelyn Kauffman. Mi— Jean Burkins. 'Ii-- E-thcr White. Mr-. Anne Crcider. Mi— Mary Ann A • n el. Mr-Gertrude English. Mrs. Arlene (taker.- "Many shall run tit and fro. and knowledge shall be increasedOfficf S nf the senior flax include: Bet ) Alien. student council representative; l)..iiir ngl«-. secretary: Sue Markley. historian: Cary Miller. tire-president: Cary Bdl. president (sealed). Senior officer missing arc Jim Graham, treasurer ami Howard Jonc-. student council representative. Bell Leads Seniors in Final Year 1 pon entering Millersvillc Stale College four years ago, the Claw of 1962 found itself engaged in a vigorous hazing program including such activities as “Kiddie Day." “Rainy Day.” and “Froah Line-ups.” After these first few hectic weeks, the class settled down to a more serious activity that of gaining a college education. The class advisers. Miss Mabel Moherg and Mr. I aiuis Jennings, aider I the new students in accepting college responsibility. lhe highlight of the freshman year’s social activities was do-well.attended Freshman From. Change was the keynote of the sophomore year. Not onlv was the college name changed to Millcrsville State College, hut the cluss advisers were also changed in the personages of Miss IsaU-lle Huston and Mr. Daniel Fugle. For the Spring semi-formal prom, the Class of 1962 recruiter! it "artists” and trierl its hand at decorating Brooks Hall instead of hiring a professional decorator. During the busy junior year, the Class of I' 62. although unfortunately losing sonic members, gained many new faces in the form of transfer students and those yvho accelerated from other classes. Most students in this year branched out into their major anti minor fields in preparation for Student leaching. The Class of 1962, always willing to try something new. joined the Class of 1963 for a highly successful combined Junior-Sophomore From. After three years of diligent work and yet much fun, the Class of 1962. became seniors. Finally all the "book-learning" could be used in the activity of student teaching, in which each senior participated. The main undertaking of the class as a unit was the Senior Dinner-Dance. Baccalaureate and Commencement added the final touch to the senior year for the Clas- of 1962. as class memliers ended four short years at MSC. 46IViitii Anglp lii'lp Su« Murklcy witli I hr ln:vc- f li«:r coiiinirnmiiriil » »Ik Smilinc .i nh« Men ml (nr Imt la l ui-rkrtul. ■riiinr J W«-t Inuk forward in li» r lndrni trarliing.WILLIAM A. ABBOTT..........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary January Newman Club; S| ccial Education Club; Veteran Club. ANTHONY RONALD ACRI .... Hurrbburg,Pa. Secondary May Varsity Club; Roddy Scientific Society: Baseball; Foollrall, Co-Captain: . ELIZABETH A. ALLEN.........................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary May Touchstone, A..i.ite Editor. Senior Se. lion Editor: Pennsylvania Stair Eduej lion Association. Rcprr entdtivc; Mark ami Cold; Student Christian Asvxia-lion: Student Guide; Student (aiuneil: Welfare Council; Association for Childhood Education International. W ILLIAM I). AMSPACIIER .... Str»art iown. Pa. I ml nit rial Atm August Industrial Art Society. CAROL ANDERSON......................................Willow Street. Po. Library Science May Alpha Bela Alpha. ELIZABETH RUTH ANDREWS . . . Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Aiiau t Pennsylvania State Education Association; Intercollegiate t autferrnro on Gov-ernincnl: En li h Club: Dolphin Club: Basketball: Hockey; Intramural . DOROTHY JEAN ANCLE .... ShipiK-nvburp. Pa. Library Education May Sophomore Cla» . Junior Cla ., Senior Clu . Seeirtary: Ghoir: Lutheran Student MM-ijtion. Tiej-urer; Women' Uumuunity Vsmwiation. Secretary; Alpha Ijeta Alpha. Trra urer. Parlimentarian; Student Council. Secretary; Delta Phi Eta; Student Cuide; En.-li-li Club: Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. ROBERT II. ARO.NSOIIN...................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary August Snapper; Varsity Club: cnophile Society; Vot; Swimming; Soccer ('Iuh. BEVERLY AIUIN Drcxel Hill. Pa. Elementary Choir; Xmophilr Society. May PATRICIA A. AXE York. Pa. Secondary May Roddy Scientific Society. Secretary: Mu Kappa Mu: Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. GLENN 0. I1ADOHE Secondary Tennis. Util . Pa. May JOHN DAVID BAKER Industrial Arts I ancastcr. Pa. May Industrial Art Society.GERALDINE A. RALT1IASER .... Leraport. Pa. Library Scltmev May Lutheran Student Association; Alpha Beta lph.«; Social Studies Club. JOHN II. BARLETT...........................................Tyrone, Pa. In limit ini Atl.% August Veteran Club; Yar-ity Club; Imlu-lriul Art-.Society; Wrestling JOYCE MARIE BARNES...........................................Lilllotown. Pa. Sreondan January Vandty Club, Trra»urrr; Rami; English Club; Basket ImII, Go-Captain; Intramural . RANDALL S. BAUER.......................................Lancaster. Pn. Elemrnlary May Student Guide; BrMulay Club; SCo.(j|iljin: Baseball; Basketball; Intramural . JOYCE FRANCES BAVIKR .... Fable Hill . Pa. Srrandut) May English Club. Pmiili'iil: Siutpprr; Xenophile Socirlj'; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. BRENDA FAYE BECIITOLD .... l.anca ter. Pa. Elementary May Women Day Student Association. Representative: Student Guide; Deltj I’bi Eta; Xenupltile Society; Penn lvani-t State Education Association: Association (or Childhood Education International. JEANETTE BECIITOLD..............................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary May Sopltoinon Cl.iv., Treasurer; Junior Cluss, Trea-urer; Pennsylvania Stale Edu-cation Association, Treasurer; Xenophile Society; Student Guide; . BARRY BERNARD REM.....................................................1-ancaMer. I'a. Sr r onda r» May MenV Day Student A -o« i.ilimi. Vio I're-ident; Snapper. R.i-ketball; Intramural . CARY PHILIP BEI.I.................................................Waynesboro. Pu. Industrial Art» May Senior Gass. President: Vlpha Phi Omega. Sergeant-at -Arms. Treasurer. Pre i-dent; Theatre Art Club. Yiee-Prr.ident; Pennsylvania Stale Education A»-« elation. Representative; Student Guide: El'B Club; Industrial Arl« Society; Rod and Cun Club. GAIL ANNETTE BENNETT .... Springfield. Pa. Elementary 'by Student Council; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Delta Phi Eta; Dormitory Council; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association: Special Education Club; Citainard: Association for Childhood Education International. FRANKLIN K. BERGMAN......................................Ml.Joy. Pa. Srrondary May Young Democratic Club. President; Choir: Alpha Phi Omega: Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Basketball. LOIS A. BLOTCH ...... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary JanuaryNANCY BOERCKEl.................................................Fcastcrville. Pa. Secondary May Inter-Vanity Christian Fellowship; Mu Kappa Mu; English Club; Student Guide. JEANETTE BOMRERGER Public School urting l.aurj»ter. Pa. August JOAN ELAINE BOOSE.................................................Ijndi.villc. Pa. Elementary August Wociation lot Childhood Education International; Mu K.ippu Mu. RICHARD J. RHAUNGARI) .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary August Chnir; Newman Club: Veteran Club; English Club. JANE EENSTER MAKER BREN NEMAN . . Miltcrsvillc. Pa. Elementary January Touchstone. Ilu ine— Mituiirr; Association for t hildhood Education Interna IVnn»ylvania State Education Association. SALLY JOAN BRIAN..............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary January Pennsylvania Stair Education Association; Student Guide. MARJORIE M. BRONSON .... Upper Darby, Pa. Elementary May Methodist Student Movement. President; Student Christian Association; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Association for Childliood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association: Xenophile Society. DARRELL L. BROWN........................................York. Pa. Elementary August Choir; Phi Sigma Pi. DOROTHEA LORRAINE BROWN . . Wilmington. Delaware Elementary May Newman Club; Social Studies Club: Association for Childliood Education International. VON KESSLER BROWN Elementary York. Pa. August FRANK BlISCII..........................................................York. I'a. Industrial Arts May Veterans Club. Secretary; Rod and Gun Club. Treasurer: Alpha Pin Omega; Industrial Arts Society. GARY LEO CABLE..................................................York. Pa. Secondary January Men’s Community Association, Secretary; Newman Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Roddy Scientific Society; Social Studio- Club; Young Democratic Club; B.i-krthall.BERTHA R. CAULTON..............................................Macungie. P«. Secondary May Uplu Bela Alpha: Pennsylvania State Education AModulion; Engli h Club: Hockey: Intramural . SANDRA I.EE CLARK..............................................Willow Street. Pa. Secondary August RimIiIv Scimiifir Society. Historian. NANCY SELLERS CORBITT .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary May English Clluli. FRED C. COVER................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary May Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Vice-President; diamond; Social Studies Club; Theatre Arts dub; Mu Kapi a Mu; Football. Manager; Intramurals. RIIODA V. CROWE..............................................Cilbcrlsville. Pa. Secondary May droir: Newman Club; English Club; Social Studies Club; Citanurd. DONALD ALLEN CROWNOVER .... Uncaster.Pa. Secondary May Social Studies Club; Pennsylvania Student Education Association. HELEN LORETTA CURRIE .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary August Newman Club: Student Cuide; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Association for Childhood Education International: Mu Kappj Mu: Basketball. JAMES A. CURRIE . Feasterville, Pa, Library Science May Alpha Ret a Alpha: Wrestling. RICHARD CZYSZCZON Chester. Pa. Industrial Ails May Newman (dub; Industrial Arts Society; BoscImII; Inlrainurnls. VIRGINIA LOIS DAVENPORT .... Sharon Hill, Pa. Secondary May Citainard. Vice-President; Rand. Head Majorette; Methodist Student Movement; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; English Club; Young Republican Club; Golf dub; Intramural . MARY SUE DAVIDSON...........................................Litiu.Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International: Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOAN DAVIS....................................................Havertown, Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Vsaocialion for Childhood Education International; Special Education dub; Pennsylvania State Education Association.RONALD M. DAVIS....................................................Coateaville, Pa. Secondary May I’lii Si gnu Pi, Vicrl’roiilinl. President; Freshman Class, Representative; Sopltomorn Class, Krprc e illative, President; English Club. Treasurer; Cltaiuard. rrw unr: Men’ Community «o. i.iiimi. Representative; Choir; Hand: Social Studies Club; Student Council. BRYON RALPH DETWEILER .... Uncantcr, Pa. Secondary May Ioinpugc lalmMluiy Chief. CAROLYN SlIANNF- DIETZ...............................Il. llam. Pa. Elementary August Student Christian Amiriiitiun: Association fur Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. ELIZABETH ANN DILLON . ’ Boycriown, Pa. Elementary May Pennsylvania Stair Education Association; English flub; Intramural . ANTHONY DlPIETRO.........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary May Newin.ui Club; Varsity Club; Hasslrr (iiupnliii Sieiety; Young Demoemtir Club; Football. ANNE MARIE II. DISSINCER .... New Holland. Pa Elementary May Lutheran Student Asocial ion; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Association for Childhood Education International. DELORES NN DOI.I Elementary York. Pa. August MARGARITTA DOHROS................................................Springfield. Pa. Elementary May Touchstone; Anurialion lor Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Xenopliilr Society: Basket lull. SUSANNA MARGARET PRAYER . . Shipi niburg. Pa. Elementary , May Choir. Secretary; Lutheran Student Association. Trravurrr; Dormitory Council; Student Guide; Association for Childhood Education international. CAROL DYANNE DUNN.................................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary May Student Guide; Association for Childhood Education International; Pmnsy|. vania State Education Association; Hockey; Intramural . BARBARA A. EDWARDS Secondary B"ddv Scientific Society; Xennphilc Sirirty. Wiconisco. Pa. May ROBERT S. EH1.MA.N..................................................Biglrrville. pa. Industrial Arts May DeMolav, Treasurer; Choir; Industrial rt» Society; Vanity Club; Swinuuing.LON L. EHRHART................................................Dulhwtown. Pa. £lemenlary May »«vcialinn for Childhood Education International; Rod and Gun (Hub. JAMES H. ELDER.........................................................Saxton. Pa. Industrial Arts January Industrial An Society; Veterans (iluli. WILLIAM HENRY ELVIDGE .... Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary May Student Christian Association; Roddv Scientific Society; Young Democratic (Hub: Cilamard: Varsity (Hub; Football; Intramural . JOHN C. EM PIE. JR. Secondary Ihoir. Lancaster, Pa. May LAW RENCE J. ENGLISH .... Elementary Roddy Scientific Society; Veterans Club. Millrr ville. Pa. May KAHHARA M. ERW IN...........................................Yeadon. Pa. Elementary May Snapper: Lutheran Student « oeialion; Student Guide: Association for Childhood Education International; Color Guard; Intramural . GAYLE LORRAINE EVANS.......................................Palmyra,Pa. Srrondury January Social Studies Club. Secretary: Roddy S icntiln S« ieiv; Pennsylvania State Education ..........."ration; Young Republican (Hull. JOAN C. EVANS ...... Millewville. Pa. Elementary January mh:iation for Cliildliood Education International. Secretary ; Snapper; Student Guide; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. CAROL JEAN FAMOUS . . . Pronpect Park,P . Elementary May Association for Childhood Education; Dolphin Club: Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Intramural . GEORGE W F VI or JR. Industrial Arts lllairscille. Pa. May DONALD CR.JIG FEII.ER..........................................Hollwood. Pa, Secondary May Snupper. English Club; Soccer. Co-Captain; Intramural . CHARGES WILLIAM FERGUSON . . . Eddynione.Pa. Secondary May Student Christian « ocialion; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Roddy Scientific Society; Young Democrat! Club; Social Studies Club; Varsity Club; liu«kcllull: Intramural .JOHN H. FISSEl...............................................Manheim. Pa. Elementary Jjnujty Snapper; Citamard. JUDITH ANN FOI.MKR..............................................Irbanon. Pa. Elementary May Pennsylvania Stair Edocration Association. Treasurer; Choir; I .ut hr tan Student Association; S|irrijl Education Club. BARBARA ELAINE FOX . . lancartcr, Pa. Elementary January Delta Phi Eta; Dolphin Club. LOIS MARA FI HUMAN . . Marietta. Pa. Elementary May Lutheran Student Association; Student Christian Association: Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. AL DONALD CAMBONE..............................................Norristown. Pa. Secondary January Men's Community Association, Treasurer. President; Mu Kappa Mu; Soccer. SHIRLEY JEANNE GELTZ .... Springfield. Pa. Elementary January Methodist Student Movement; Xrnophile Society; « ciatiori (or Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOAN M. CEMME1.................................................t jta au.|ua. Pa. Elementary May Dolphin Club. Sr rtf ary; Special Education (Hub. Treasurer; Band; Student Christian Association; Pennsylvania State Education Association. GALE I. GENSLER ...... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary May Association (or Childltood Education International; Pennsylvania Student Education Association. KEITH R. CENTZLER.....................................Spring Grove. Pa. Secondary August Lutheran Student Association: Student Guide; Bassler Geographic Society; Pennsylvania State Education Association. ARTHUR F. GEORGE. JR...............................................Palmcrton. Pa. Industrial Arts May lmlii.tri d Arts Society. President, Secretary: Iota Limhd.i Sigma; Track: Basketball. Captain. BRUCE A. CETTI.E..............................................Lebanon. Pa. Secondary August Evangelical United Brethren Club. Vice-President; Alpha Phi Omega; Social Studies Club; Young Democratic Club; Basaler-Geographic Society. BERNICE GET Public School Nursing Lint . Pa. AugustBOB GILBERT.......................................................Easton. Pa. Secondary May Mm' Community A.«ocution, Vice»Prc iil«-nl; Sxial Studio Club; Track: Intramural . LEON CURTIS CILE.....................................................Bridgeport. Pa. Secondary May Student Council. Vice-President. Proiilml; InlerVardty ClirUtiun Fellowship, i. .• I’n-ulmt; Mm Community « ciuii Via -e-President; Mu Kappa Mu; Ba kell .ill: Track. CARL . CINDER Secondurs Roddy Scientific Society. Manhrini, Pa. Auxo.t HAROLD E. GINDF.R................................. Secondary Itavdcr Geographic Society, Prr«idrni: Choir. Florin. Pa. Aiirii ! J. BARRY GIRVIN.................................................Rart. Pa. Secondary May DeMolay Club, Vice-President: Social Studies Club. JOHN C. CLASS.........................................................Newry. Pa. Industrial Arts May Newman Club; Student Guide; Phi Sicilia Pi: Industrial Art. Society: Ro«l and Cun Club: Veteran Club. WILLIAM M. GOBA ..... I-ancaMer. pa. Secondary May Roddy Scientific Sx-iciy; Ba.keiball; Intramural.. JAMES II GRAHAM Secondary Cr » . Country. Captain: Track. laincastcr. Pa. May CAROL MARGARET GRAIN .... PhoenixviUe. Pa. Elementary January Canterbury Club: Pennsylvania Slate Education -$ociation. KENNETH H. CREIDER....................................................Columbia. Pa. Industrial Arts Aiiku-i Rod and t.uu Club: ln lu lrial rt Society. H ARRIET C. GRIFFITH............................................York. Pa. Elementary May BENJAMIN F.. GROFF........................................l.anra»ter. Pa. Secondary January Roddy Scientific Sicirly.ELIZABETH MAH EL A GROSS .... York. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian A-xicialion. Trea-urer; Pennsylvania State ivdttolioa m. rial ion; AMOeiation for »• ] ion International. WILLIAM G. GROVE.............................................Red Lion. Pa. Secondary Mav Mrn' Community » ociatinn. President; Mu Kappa Mu. Pmidml; Var»ily Club; Burlull; Intramural . BONITA LOUISE HABALAR .... Terrell ill. Pa. Elementary AuguM Inter-Vanity Chri-tian Fell..whip: Association for Childhood Education International. MARION L. HACSTROM . . . . Bedford. Pa. Elementary May Touchstone, Sport- Editor; Lutheran Student A-v-iation: Association for Childhood Education International: Pcnn-yKania State Eduration V—«»cialion: Coll Club. RAYMOND A. HALE, JR...........................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts May Indu-trial Art Sneirly. LEWIS W. MALI...................................................Barrville.Pa. Industrial Arts May Indu-trial Art- Society. DALE R. HAMM....................................... Industrial Arts Industrial rl- Society; Ra-elull; Football. York. Pa. May JULIE ANN HARNEY .... EaM Petersburg. Pa. Elementary |ay SANDRA JEAN HARRISON .... lamcaMer. Pa. Elementary May Lutheran Student —ociation; Xmophilr Soeiriy: MM-iatmn for Childhood Education International. PATSY A. HARTRANFT..................................................Ephrata.Pa. Elementary May Vanity Club; Ba-keth.ill; Trnniv SYLVIA M. HAUER..................................................Unra-ter. Pa. Elementary Augu-i Dolphin Club. Ili-torian: Delta Phi Eta; Mu Kappa Mu; A "ociation for ( hildhood Eiluc.itinn International. MARY ALICE HEFFNER Public School uning Ilarnbiirir. Pa. JanuaryION IIEIliECK Secondary LonraMcr, Pa. May HANS C. HEINRICH..................................(aamp Hill. Pa. Secondary May Veteran Club, Chaplain. I’midi-nl: Rml and Cun ('.luh. DALE EDWARD HEMMING .... Ilrodlx-eks I'a. Secondary January Mu Kappa Mu. Prf«idfHi; Student Cuidr: Veteran Clult; Roddy Scientific Society; . STEPHEN l . HENCH ...... Carlisle. Pa. Secondary May Entsli li (Hull. FLORENCE LORRAINE HESS IIKRR . . (.hurryvillr. Pa. Elementary January Snapper: String Eux-mlilr: Student liuiilr. 1 AMES R. HERR . laineaMer. Pa. Secondary Mu Kappa Mu. May ROSE M VRIE HERR Elementary Palmyra. Pa. January SANDRA L. HERSHEY............................................Manhcim. Pa. Secondan May Women’ Day Student Awwwiation. Representative: Englith Clul»: Tcnni . HELEN LOUISE HEISEY Annville. Pa. Elementary May Women’ Community A weiation. President: Della Phi Eta: Student (.otmeil: A oeiation (or Childhood Education Inleninlional: Intramural ; llorkey; lta kelhall. JUDITH W. IIEI.I.EN .... . 1-meatier. Pa. Public Si hool Martinis May HARRARA ANN II EM PEI. Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary May Choir; Methodist Student Movement: Inter-Vanity Christian Fellowship; Pennsylvania Stale Education ««K-ialinn: N .. nil ion Cor Childhood Education International. JOHN M. HESS.............................................Willow Street. Pa. Secondary January Phi Sigma Pi. Secretary: S rial Slu.lie ( luh. Trru urer. Pnr idenl: Snapper, Sport Editor; Englidi Club.RALPH WEBSTER HESS .... Fawn Crow. Pa. Secondary May Intercollegiate Conference on Government, Treasurer; Vrlmm Clul., EDITH LOUISA HI DDE.MEN .... Springfield. Pa. Elementary January Metln di t Student Movement. Vice-President; Sltidcnt Christian Aoodalian, Secretary; Xenophile Society, Secretary: Touchxtone; Snapper, Aoorijlion for Childhood Education International: Student Guide; Tennis. JOYCE ELAINE HILSIIKR Elementary Eli jl etlitown. Pa. August RICHARD J. HITZELBF.RGER . Plymouth Meeting. Pa Secondary May Veteran (Hub. Vice-President; Soccer (Hub. Pre-ident; Snapper; Student Guide: Varsity (Hub; Intercollegiate Conference on Government: Social Studies (Hub: Soccer; Intramural . MARGARET ANNE HOFFMANN . . . FrastervUlr. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International: Intramural . CORA ANN HOLLAND..................................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary January Methodist Student Movement: -o( iaiion lot Childhood Education International. JULIE ANN HOLLINGSWORTH . . Kennctt Square. Pa. Elemenlan May Pennsylvania Slate Education nriation. Rc| rc cntalitc4t-large; Snapper; String En-emhle: Stuilent Guide; n oeiation lor t Htildhood Education Inter national: Intramural . DAVID JOSEPH HOLT...............................................Windber. Pa. Secondary May Footlull: Intramural . F.DWARI) W. HOOVER..............................................York. Pa. Secondary August Choir: Inter-Vanity Christian Fellowship. CHARLES II HOSTEITF.R Secondary Hershey. Pa. Auguvt WILLIAM G. HUNTSMAN..................................................Millville, Pa. Secondary August Veteran (Huh; Roddy Scientific Society, WILLIAM S. HUTCHINSON .... Elkin Park. Pa. Secondary May Wrestling; Intramural .THEODORE A. JARRETT.............................................Uwinbur . Pa. Indmtrial An May Theatre Arts (Hub. I’rruident; Industrial Art Society. HOWARD I). JONES.......................................Spring City. Pa. Secondar May Pin Simula Pi. Vice-President; Hiiml: Newman Club: Student Council: Football: Baseball; Intramural . RUTH N JONES Elementary Red Lion, Pa. January' PHILIP J. KAISER. JR.............................................Altoona. Pa. Secondary May Varsity (Hub. Virc-Pn'ddfiil: Nrwman (Hub; Football: Intramural'. KATHRYN LOUISE KAl.BACH Secondary Student Christian Association: Fuglisli Club. Lebanon. Pa. May KAY MARIE KAUFFMAN...............................................Marietta, Pa. Secondary May Women' Da) Student »M riation. Representative; Snapjier; Concert Band; Enuli'li Club; Student Guide; Trnni .. ANNE KEEFER........................................................Halifax. Pa. Elementary May Sna rfier; Association for Childhood Education International: Intrainural'. RONALD L KEEI.Y ... . Soodoton. Pa. Secondary May Men ( ommunity V"ociation. Secretary; Cilainard: Social Studie. Club; English (Hub. FRANKLIN M. KESTNER laincaMcr. Pa. Secondary May Siring En rmble; Roddy Scientific Socirlv SUSAN RUTH KEYI.OR................................................laincasier. I i. Elementary May Var'ily Club: Penti'VIvania Stale Education V'jmm ialion: Tenni . Captain BETTE JANE KIER..............................................Monroeton. Pa. Elementary January Student ChriMian "ociation; Penn»ylvonia State Education Association. JANE LOUISE KIMBI.E............................................Nottingham. Pa. Elementary January Student ChriMian »«icialiun; Association for Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association.JUDITH DEANNE KING.................................................SpringCity. Pa. Elementary J ]ay Methodist Student Movement: SiiiiJi-nl Aevuiaiiun for Childhood Edu- cation PeniUtylvani.i Sim.- Education -soii.ilinn; H OY MARLENE KIHCIIOKF Stcondury Women Day Slurb nl Association, Trra iirrr; Social Studio Club, Reprr eiilitlive. Manhcim. Pa. M.n CAROL ANN KISTI.F.R...................................................Wr«t Lawn. Pa. Elementary %tp y Vworiation liildliood Edui-aliori International; . GAYLE W. KUNE......................................................... |j,nra ier. Pa. Imluitrial Arts January Industrial Art Society. DIANE LOUISE K.NEKR Denver. Pa. Elementary May Sna t ier. Ini r-V.n«ily (!hii lun Fellowship: «ociation fur Childhood Education GORDON KOIII.....................................................Leltaimn. Pa. Secondary May lu Kappa Mu: Rawlull; Intramural . I KATHARINE B. KOONS.....................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary May Delta Phi Kl«i. President: ToudiMnne. I.ii.-r.irv K.litnr: Pennsylvania Stale Education MN'iiiiimi. Snrrtjri. President: Choir; Studrnt Christian Associa-lion: Durrnitory Conned. WALTER E. KOTTMEYER....................................LoncMcr. Pa. Secondary May Y'ursily Club. President. Treasurer; Mplta Plii Omega; Wrestling Captain. KENNETH KRAFT.........................................................Reading. Pa. Industrial Arts . August Hu.l and Gun Club. Vice-President; Varsity ( lub. Treasurer: Industrial Arts Society: Baseball; Swimming. FAY FOLLETT KRAMER .... Millcnvillc. Pa. Secondary May Social Studies Club; Varsity (lub: Tennis Club. Secretary-Treasurer; Hockey, OvCaptain. MARGARET LOUISE KRIERKI........................................Dublin. Pa. Elementary May I land. Representative; Lutheran Student Association: Student I bri-lun Association: Pennsylvania Slate Education A ociation; Association for Childhood Education International. YVONNE LAMBERT..................................................Coatwville. Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association: Methodist Student Movement: Association for Childhood Erlm.ition International; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association: Hockey.MARGIE LAMEY...................................................l-rn downe. Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Canterbury Club: Student Guide; Citamard; «' m ulion (nr Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association: Intramural Sport . CAROL K. La MON................................................Upper Darby. Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Basketball; Intramural . FRANK W. LANDRUM .... Wet Cboter, Pa. Library Scienee May Choir; Alpha Beta Alpha; Rax-ball. CAROLYN ANN LAVERTY . . . Middletown. Pa. Secondary Alay t .lMiir: Mrihodi»t Student Movement; Xcnophile Society; S|ieeial Education Club; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. JAMES E. LEA.MAN...............................................York,Pa. Secondary jay Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, President; Choir. President; Wrestling. MARIAN NOLT LEPEVER . . . Quilrryville. Pa. Secondary January ItAKIIARA LIGHT................................................GH-hranville. Pa. Elementary January lland. Majorette; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Guide. ANN L. LINEAWEAVER.....................................WrlUhoro, Pa. Elementary May Choir; Student Guide; Dolphin t.luh; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural . MAHI.ON W. LINEAWEAVER .... Rrrmonl, Pa. Secondary May SYLVIA SOI.I.IDA Y LORENZ Elementary Hand: Lutheran Student Association. lancwler, I’a. M.i IDA MARIE LI'DWIt;........................................Philarlelphia.Pa. Elementary January Lutheran Student Association; Student Guide; Special Education (dub; Prnn vlvania State Education Association. CAROLYN M. LUITHLEN .... Philadelphia. Pa. Library Science May Clroir; Social Studies t.luh; Alpha lleta Alpha.K. SYLVIA LIT . Lebanon. Pa. Library Science Alpha Beta Alpha. January DAVID M MrCl.INTOCK . . . Ilavertown. Pa. Industrial Art May Industrial An- Sim •iety. Secretary ; lota I .iiiihda Sipii.i. President, Treasurer; Methodist Student Movement; I'lii Siyiiia I’i. JOAN I.EIGII McGLAUGHLlN .... Doylestown, Pa. Elementary August Association f»r Childhood Education Color Guard. JAMES G. Mr.MIH.I.EN ..... Williamsport, Pa. Secondary May Mu Kappa Mu; Track. Manager: (mv. Country, Manager. HAKKIET FLORENCE MANGES .... Quinsy. Pa. Elementary August 1 .ulIt -r.nt Student .MM i.iiion: Student ( Association: Xcnophih- Society. JUDITH FILBEY MANN .... WrighlarUk Pol Elementary August Student ChrtMiin Asyiclilioii; XenophiJc .Society; Pennsylvania Stair Education Association; Association for Childhood Education SUSANNK E. MAKKI.EY.......................................Drevcl Hill. Pa. Elementary May Frc lunun Clu—. Soplioinorr Clu.»», Junioi Chi". Senior lu« . Historian; Touch-stone; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural . EVELYN 1C MEI.Orr Elementary Snowier; Dolphin Club. Scllerwvilk I’a. May MARY KATHRYN MENGKS .... Ccilybur , Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Student Christian Association; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. PATSY ANN MEYERS...............................................York. Pa. Secondary August Intercollegiate Conference on Government: English Cluli; Social Studies Club. STUART II. MEYERSON .... Lindenhurst. N. Y. Secondary AuguM Siplraniore C.l.i", Junior Cla . President; Student Guide; Varsity Club; nailing, Co.Captain. DAVID L MILLER....................................................Lancaster, Pa. Industrial Aits May Iota Lambda Sigma. Vice-President; Theatre Arts Club. Treasurer; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.CARY L MILLER...................................................Columbia, Pa. Secondary May Senior Cla» . Vicol’rc.idint: Mm' I .t Student Association, Secretary; Phi Sigma Pi; Studrnl Council; it Club: Swimming, Captain: Intramural . RICHARD C. MILLER.................................................Columbia, Pa. Secondary May Roddy Scientific .Society, Pre ident. RUTH ANNA MILLER .... Mount Grctnu. Pa. Secondary May Inier-VaiMty Christian Fellowship; Penn»y|vania Stale Education Association. SUSAN CHRISTINE MILLER .... Harrisburg. Pa. Library Science May Mplin I tela Alpha, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer; Snapper: Inter-Varsity Christian FcliowHhip; Social Stuilie- Cluli. RITCHIE R. MOORHEAD .... Industrial Arts Rod and Cun Clult; Industrial Art? Society. Nonto pee Ji, Pa. May JAMES P. MORGAN...................................................Norwood. Pa. Secondary May Newman Club; Knjili-h Club; Social Stride Club: ltu»kelbull; r.»-- Country ■km GAIL VIRGINIA MORRIS.............................................Aldan. Pa. Elementary May A oeiati»n lor Childhood Education International: Pennsylvania State Education Aiweiation; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. JIDY MOSEIIACII Elementary Touchstone; Dolphin Club. Itcthlchem. Pa. May DOUGLAS R. MULLINS . . Albuquerque. New Mexico Elementary May OcMotay Club; Association lor ihildhood Education Internalimutl: ll.i-hrtlull. KARRA . MUMMERT Industrial Alls Industrial An Swirly. York. Pa. May JUDITH MURPHY Secondary Newman Club; English Club. iIIom Grove, Pa. M,v DEANNA It. MYERS...................................................Jacobus, Pa. Elementary May Choir: Student Chrivtian Association; Association lor Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania Stjtr Education Association; Xcnophlle Society.MARY BERNICE MYERS...............................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary lnlcr Vareiiy Christian Fellownhip: Asaociulioii for Childhood E (uc.iiiuii International. NICIIOI.AS P. NACURN1......................................Chalfont. Pa. Secondary August Enali'li Cluh. VicePrv ident; Snup ier, Spoil Editor; Newman Clult; Initr-inlli'Kiilr «nili r« n "i Government: Young Democratic Unit; Pennsylvania Stair Education A sociati«n; Fool lull: Intramural . MARRY NELSON....................................................Harrisburg, Pa. Secondary May NcKiuan Social Studies Club; li.ill; Ba.kethall. EDNA MAY NICHOLS.................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary May Special Educalion « Hub, President; Pennsylvania Slutc Education A»»o» riutioti. Secretary; Della Phi Ela. Historian; Sna iper; Student Christian wxiation: Student Guide; mm iation ( r Childlnxxl Education; Intramural . JOHN A. NIEI).........................................................Danville. Pa. Library Education May Theatre Arts Club. Secretary; Newman (.Tub; Alpha Beta lpha; Student Council: Soccer Club; Bin kclball. Manager: Track. Manager. RACHEL R. NOLI.......................................................AnnvIlle,Pa. Library Science May Alpha Beta Alpha, Corrr |H nding Srcnliry; Choir; Lutheran Student x ciation. MARY FRANCES PATRICIA NOONAN . . . Frockvillr. Pa. Secondary January Newman Cluh; Intercollegiate Oonlrrrnrc on Government: Pennsylvania State Education »ici.ition: Roddy Scientific Society; Young Democrat i Club; Social Studies Cluh. I.ARR E. OESCH ...... Conestoga,Pa. Secondary May Bodily Scienlilic Society, Yiee-Prr iilrnl: Social Studies (Hub. Historian; Band. JANE O'HARA . . . ... Levittown. Pa. Elementary May Newman Uuh; Nenophilc Swirly; Lwx iation lor Childhood Education International DOLL VICTORIA PAREDES .... Nohaminy. Pa. Elementary May Newman Club: Pennsylvania State Education vHxiutjon; Hockey. MARY JANE PARR AbbotMown, Pa. Secondary May Social Stiuliev Club, Repri- «nlativt . DONALD J. PARRISII.......................................New Freedom. Pa. Industrial Aits May Iota I ..imlnla Sigma.JOAN ARLENE PARTSCH .... DoylcMnwn. Pa. Elementary January Xenophile Society; Association for Childhood Education Internationa): Pennsylvania State Education Association. ELLEN MARY PAUL .... Camp Hill. Pa. Library Science May Alpha Bela Alpha. .Secretary; Mrthodisi Student Movement: Student Guide: Pennsylvania - Education »«ociitlion; Young Republican Club; Social Studies Club. CAROLE ANN PAY DOCK...........................................Columbia. Pa. Elementary May Choir. Secretary. Representative: Women’s Day Student Association, Vice-President. Representative; Delta Phi Eta. Vice-President; Newman Club; Student Council; Xrnophile Society; Association f«»r Childhood Education International; Student Guide. NORMAN PECK Industrial Arts Drexel Kill. Pa. May NANCY ANN PFEIFFER......................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary January Student Christian Association; Association lor Childhood Edui-ation International. LEE PATRICK PISANO...........................................Middletown. Pa. Secondary August Xrnophile Society, Vice-President; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association, Vice-President; DeMolay Club. Secretary; Lutheran Student «»ociation. LOIS PITTAUJGA...........................................W illow Grove. Pa. Elementary January Pennsylvania Stale haluc.ition Association: Association for Childhood Education International, ROSEMARIE ELEANOR POGWIST . . . Ephrala, Pa. Secondary May Rami. Secretary; Newman Club; Ciiamard; English Club; Delta Phi Eta. KARL L. POTTS ...... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary August ANNA MARIE RARICK.................................................Ravine, Pa. Elementary May Newman (Tub: Association for Childlt» d Edui'Jtion International: Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Special Education Club: English Club. IIERTA E. RASCII............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary May Social Studies Club, Treasurer; English Club. Secretary; Dormitory Counsellor; Band: Student Guide; Student Council; Pennsylvania Stale Education Amo rial ion: Tennis . RICHARD M. REESE. JR...........................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary JanuaryDOLORES ANN REIIRER.............................................Reading, Pa. Elementary May Var»ity Club, Prc idrnl; Della I’hi Ela. Trea urer; Snapper, Co-Editor: Student Guide; Swrdhnri Quwn; Homecoming 9u«n; Dormitory Cuunril; Ba»ket-ball; Intramural . SUSAN C RENSHAW...............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary May Roddy Scientifir Swiety. Hi toriiin; Penruvylvania Student Education Asocial ion. ROGER JAY REYNOLDS........................................York, Pa. Secondary Aiiru»I Social Studir» Club; IYnn»ylvunU Stale Education Association; Golf Club. ANN S. RICHARDS Elementary Mount Wolf. Pa. Auku»I GEORGE PAUL RIGGS. JR...........................................LcwUburjs. P . InduMrial Arts January Choir; Industrial Art Society; Track; Cross (aiuntry. JAMES W. RILEY..................................................Millemille. Pa. Industrial Arts May Newman Club, Vicr-Prr idcnl; Iota I.uiiImI.i Sigma; Industrial Art Society; Intramural . JESSIE SIIUTT RILEY.........................................Millemille. Pa. Secondary May Snap (ter, Nrwm.m Club; Engli'li Club; Social Sludir. lub: Pennsylvania Slate Education A ociatinn; Citamard. MARY LINDA RILEY..................................................Hanover. Pa. Elementary January Citamard. Secretary; Newman (.'lub: Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Dolphin Club. PAUL W. RISSER..............................................M.nhrim, Pa. Secondary May Phi Si$ma Pi ; Social Studies Club. LAURA JEAN KISSINGER .... Ilarri burg, Pa. Elementary May Student Cbri tian o iation; Lutheran Student Association; A«M»cialion for Childltood Education; Prmuylvania Slate Education Association; Xrnopliile Society; Intramural . JUDY ANN ROBERTSON .... New Cumlierland. IV Library Science May Alpha lb-la Alpha. President. Vice-Pre-idenl; Young Republican Club. Secretary; Snapper: Delta Pin Ela: Engli h (dub. JANICE M. ROCCO...............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary May Snapper, Circulation Manager; A oeiation lor Childhood Education International.PAUL W. RODGERS. JR............................................R -d Lion. Pa. Elementary August A—ociation (or Childhood Education President; Choir, Representative; Intramural . LENORA ZEE RODKEY...........................................Lewistown. Pa. Elementary May Touchstone; Hand; Student Cuide; A—ociution for Childhood Education In-trmational; Pennsylvania State Education A-social ion; Basket hall, Manager; Intramural . CAROL ANN ROMIG............................................Ijnca.trr. Pa. Elementary August Snapper; Association for Childliood Education International. CARL ROSZKOWSKI......................................Gloilyon, Pa. Secondary August Men’ Community Association, Rrprisailathr; Newman Club; Vanity Club; Student Council: Foolhall. Co-Captain: Intramurals. PHOEBE A. RUDY....................................................laineastcr. Pa. Elementary May Dolphin Club, Historian; Association for Childhood Education International, JOHN P. SANDERS ..... I-anghorne, Pa. Industrial Arts May Freshman (da . Vice-President; Vanity Club; Industrial Art-Society; Wrr-tling. BERNARD N. SANTA NIELLO .... Uma-ter. Pa. Secondary May Varsity Club, Sergcant-at- Arm»; Football; Intramural-. MARIE C SAVOCA....................................................Lititz.Pa. Elementary May Newman Club; Young Democratic Club; Pennsylvania State Education Association. MARJORIE ANN SAWHOOK.........................................Butler, Pa. Library Science May Alpha Beta Alpha. Ili-torian; English Club. CAROLYN SUE SCHANK................................................taincastcr, Pa. Elementary May Women’- Day Student Association, Secretary: Snapper, Bu inr— Manager; Choir: Student Guide; Sweetheart Queen; Vanity Club; Association for Childhood Education International; Cheerleader, Co-Captain. PATRICIA ANNF. SCHANK .... Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Snapper, Bu-ine— Manager; Choir: Student Guide; Sweetheart Queen; Vanity Club; Association for Childliood Education International; Cheerleader. Co-Captain. JOAN ANN SCHANTZ..................................................Zion ville. Pa. Elementary May Marching Band; Concert Band; Methodist Student Movement: Xcnophile Society: Association for Childliood Education International; IVnn-ylvania State Education A—notation.SUSAN KATHERINE SCHIELE .... NnrrMmm. Pa. Elementary Way Nuripper; I.tulnr.iii Stiuli'til A» wialioii; S|m« Kdurnlinti Club; Aw-oclation (nr Childhood Kdtiiuilinn; Hockey, IIKIDK T. SCIIHOKDKR .... Philadelphia.Pa. Elementary May Wmiirn'i Couiuiiinit) -«wialion, VirrPr.-ddenl, ; Sludrnl Council; Iniarolli'itialr ( inference »n (imrinincni: Awocialion (or ( hildhood Edina-lion international; IVnnxylt.iuij State Education un iaiion; Sludrnl Guide; Social Sludir I lul MARGARET M. SCHHOKDF.R . . Nrwlown Square. |»a. Secondary January Student Clirixtian Arwocblion; Social Sludir (.'lub: Nenophile Swirly: IVnii.yKania Sijir Education Awwiaiion. RARIJARA SUE SKCIIRIST . . Rnl l.ion. Pa. Elementary May Choir: Student Cliri«tian A-»wiaiion; A-wwuiion (or CliildlKMol Kduralion lnlrrnalionul. ALBERT F. SEIT . .... . Unewter. Pa. Industrial Arts Augti»l loia I.iiuImIu Sigma; Art Society. GLENN NV. SH AFFER ..... Spring Grove. I’a. Secondary January Junior Cl.i--. Vice l’r -»idrnl; Sludrnl Council. Trrj.urer; Phi Siginn Pi; Soccer Cluli; Mu Kappa Mu: Intramural . JOYCE SHANER ...... Spring City, Pa. Elementary Lutheran Sludrnl A»»wiatiiin; Mcihodi l Sludrnl Movement; Siudeiil Chri«-lian Avm . iulion; Sludrnl Guid : wiallon ("» ( luldle-.d Education; . CAROLE TKINS SIIERR Elementary New lloll.uid. Pa. January WILLIAM I). SIIERT7............................................lutneaMer. Pa. Secondary May Intrmdlrgi.ilo Conference nil Coveninienl. Secretary: Velcran Club. SONIA J. SHUTTER...............................................York, Pa. Elementary January l.ut hr ran Sludrnl Violation; A» wblion (or Childhood Education; Debating Society ; Sport . JOHN JOSEPH SLADICKA.........................................Simpwn. Pa. Industrial Arts N' wiiian (Jub; Industrial An S« ii i ; Tlieaiie Art Club; Intramural . NANCY COTTSHAIJ. SMART ...., Pa. Elementary May Hand; Sludrnl ClirUlbn »ocliition: A wiution lor Childhood Education; IVtuixylvama Stale Educ ation « oriatii n; Intramural .I KK A. SMEI.TZ......................................................Roilwvill . Pa. Mualrud Art January Iota I ..mill.1.1 Sigma, Trca.urrr; Phi Sigma Pi: InduMrial rt. S.M-iriy. CAKOI. ANN SMITH...........................................Wert Lawn, Pa. Elementary January V-xH'i.iiiim for Childhood Education International; Intramural . DONALD IL SMI TH.........................................MrKoan.hur . Pa. Secondary May Veteran Cluh, Trr.iMirrr; Roddy Scientific Sockty: Intramural . SANHRA EI.AINK SMITH.....................................York.Pa. Elementary Kiiplidi I lul . Xenophile S... icly. YVONNK KAYE SMITH . ... Palmyra.Pa. Elementary January Siud. nl Chriolian A mh ialion; A--» iali.m lor Cltildhnml Education Inlrniaiional: Pcnn»ylvania Stale Education « ocinliun. RONALD J. SNAVELY......................................Middletown. Pa. Elementary May Men Community AMociaimn, Tmi»nrrr; l| li.t Phi Omega. S. r.i.m : V« rial ion Ini Cliihlh.I Education International, Trra»urrr; « Imir: Club: S.i.1 i. ANNA MAE SNYDER ..... Quentin, Pa. Elementary Junuury lnlcr Cliri-ti.m Krl|ow hi| ; Roddy Scientific Society;|iliilr Si cietv. A ofi.illoit (or Childliood Education Inlrrnalionnl; Pcun ylvunia Slalr l‘ din iiimu A'-orialion: liiti.iimii,il». JULIA M. SNYDER.....................................................Red l.ion. Pa. Elemrntury May I {.mil: Siudrnl Chrkliun A» .» i.iimn. lYnnoylvnuiu Slaic Education i.i lion: A--.- datum (or Childhood Education; KOI.I.A J. SNYDER Setondnr VnNily Club; Social Studio Club; Football. Lykrno. Pa. May RUTH ANNE SPANCAKE . Elvcraoii. Pa. Elementary May Siudrnl Cliri-ii.u V«.u-iiillon: - » uii.m for I bibllmod Kduralion liiii; Vanity Club; lhuhctlijll: . DESKIN V. SPAULDING.........................................Tytwne.Pu, Elementary January Newman Club: Veteran Club: Club; Football, II. DALE SPAULDING.......................................Tyrone. P.«. Secondary January V win.iii ( lul»: S... ml Studio Club; Varoily Club; Football.RUTH ETTA SPITZER.................................................Lansdale. Pa. Elementary May Band: Citaniard; Association (or Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania Student Education Association; Intramural . THOMAS H. SPONAUCLE.............................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary May Social Studies Club. Representative, Vice-President; Roddv Scientific Society: Vanity Club; Swimming. SONIA ANN SPONSELLER.....................................Hanover, Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural . KAY SANDRA STRATFORD . . . Contbohocken. Pa. Elementary May Snapper; Lutheran Student Association; Association (or Childhood Education International: Pennsylvania State Education Association. ELAINE LOUISE STRAUSS .... Myersiown. Pa. Elementary May Dormitory Council. Treasurer; Student Christian Association; Association (or Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania Student Education Association: Basketball: Intramural . PECCY ANN SULLIVAN..........................................Hanover, Pa. Secondary May Social Studies Club. Historian; Snapper; Lutheran Student Association; English Club: Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. • K. RUTH THOMPSON.................................................Millcrtville. Pa. Secondary May Choir; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Mu Kappj Mu; English Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. NANCY L. THOMPSON..............................................Worcester. Pa. Elementary M ay Varsity Club, Vice-President; Association (or Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Student Guide; Hockey. Co-Captain; Basketball, Manager; Intramural . DANIEL E. TRASATT .... Minersville. Pa. Secondary January Intercollegiate Conference on Government. Vice-President: Veterans Club. Secretary; Men's Community Association. Treasurer; Newman Club; Young Democratic Club. ANNE H. TRUNK....................................................Coateaville, Pa. Secondary May Lutheran Student Association; English Club. ZAFERULA VALUDBS Elementary Cltoir; Damascene Club. Iaincastrr, Pa. May KAY ELLEN VANDERGRIFT . . Merhanicsburg, Pa. Library Science May Alpha Bela Alpha, Vice-President, Historian; Snapper; Student Guide; English Club; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Young Republican Club.ANN MARVEL VINYARD .... Library Science Cltoir; (.'iununl; Alpha Beta Alpha. Harrisburg. Pa. May VIJA V. VITOLS....................................................Lancaster. Pa. Library Science May Alpha Beta Alpha, Secretary. Reporter; Cilamard; Student Guide. GKOKGIANA WAI.I....................................Fairlnw Hill . Pa.. Elementary May Newman (Huh: Penn ylvania Stale Education Association. WAYNE A. WALTERS............................................Waynesboro. Pa. Secondary May Roddy Men’ Community Association, President; Lutheran Student Association: Roddy Scientific Society; Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. ROBERT ALAN WAKEHAM .... Martinshurg. Pa. Industrial Arts May Alpha Phi Omega. Secretary. Treasurer; Industrial Art Society. Vice-President; Roil and Gun Club; Theatre Art (Hub; . JANE ELLEN WARNER.................................................Hanover, Pa. Elementary May Snapper. Gltoir; All-Stale Collegiate Choir; Newman Club; Association for Childhood Education International: Student Guide. ANNA MAE WEAVER................................................Ephrata. Pa. Elementary May Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOYCE MARIE WEAVER...........................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary May Women's Day Student Association, President; Sophomore Class. Representative; Snapper. News Editor. CaoEdiior; Della Phi Eta. Secretary: Vanity (Hub; Association for Childlio d Education Internalionjl; Student Guide: Cheerleader. JOAN B. WELCH......................................................... Litiu, Pa. Elementary May Association for Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania State Education Association; Hockey E. JEAN WELLS...................................................Drexel Hill. Pa. Elementary May Snapitrr; l.uthcrjn Student Association; Xmorialion lor Childliood Education International; Intramurals. GERALD WENDERS . ... Ilonesdale. Pa. Industrial Arts May Newman Club; Industrial Arts Society; Theatre Arts Club. JUDITH LOUISE WENDI.ER . . Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Elementary May Student Christian Association; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Association for Childhood Education International.STANLEY E. WERNER................................................Palmyra. Pn. Secondary May Phi Sigma Pi; Mu kappa Mu; Intramural . JEAN E. WEST...............................................Ruckingham, Pa. Secondary May Dolphin Cluh. Vice-President; Touchstone, Aiwialc Editor; Dormitory Council. GEORGE WEYER..........................................Lifh Pa. Elementary CHARLES R. WHISKEYMAN Secondary Bassler Geographic Society; Swimming. UnraMn, Pa. May JON R. WHITrLK.....................................................Hersbey.Pa. Elementary May Alpha Phi Omega; Association lor Childhood Education International. LEON J. WILK ...... Phocniitillr. Pa. Secondary January Newman Uuli: Lngli-h Club; Soccer (Dull, Secretary; Tennis; Intramural . ROGER B. WILSON................................................York. Pa. Elementary May Pennsylvania State Education Association: Association (or Childhood Education International; Intramural . PAULINE WISE......................................................l-.nca.ter. Pa. Elementary May Women's Day Student siwrulion, Representative. ROBERT S. WISSLER Secondary Lancaster. Pa. M.v Mu Kappa Mu DANIEL C. WITMER Secondary Paradise. Pa. August Veterans Club. Vi.President; Roddy Scientific Society. DAVID L. WITMER.................................................Paradise, Pa. Secondary August Ravler Geographic Society. Treasurer; Choir; Veterans Cluh. DON PEIRCE WOODWARD .... Phocnixvlllr. Pa. Elementary January Association (or Childliood Education International; Rod and (inn Club: Soccer. v SANDRA KAY WOODWARD .... l.itllcMown. Pa. Elementary May Mrihodift Student Movement; Student Christian A ««wiulion: -«M'iutioii fur !liil Education BRENDA JEAN WORLEY .... lattlevtown. Pa. Secondary May Mu K.i|i|u Mu. Secretary; Band; Clioir. PATRICIA ANN YEARICKS .... FeaMrrvillr,P . Elementary May AowM'iallon Kir Childhood Education International; Prnn»vlvania Stale Eduralion Votot iation: Color Guard; Intramural . FRANCES MAE YONCE ..... Lancatter, Pa. Elementary May Women’ Day Student Vio lation, Repre en|jlivr; Cluh; Pennsylvania State Eduealion A—oriation; Hockey. D. STEPHANIE YURCIC...........................................Breeder. Pa. Elementary May Snai fter; Newman .lul ; ocialion for ( hddh -. d Education; Penmyliania Stale Education A—iw ialion. ED EI.I.ERS ...... Bowman-town, Pa. Secondary May Phi Sigma Pi; Ba ketliall, Manager; Intramural . SANDRA S. ZEPP..............................................................Soudcrton. Pa. Library Science May I Iillirr.111 Student A—ocialion; Alpha Bela Alpha. STEPHEN WILLIAM ZOI.OMIJ .... Flourtown. Pa. Industrial Arts May Junior Chi , Representative; Student Council; Iota I -niibrlj Sigma. Secretary ; Alpha Phi Omega, Vire-Prmidenl; Theatre Art- Swirly. Trra urrr; Indu-trial Art Society; Student Cuide. AM AND. WILBUR BOW MAN. RICHARD F.DW ARI) Cl.Ol SER. WAYNE FERRY. WALTER CHARLES FRITSCII. DANIEL THOMAS (.001)111 E. BRENDA FAIR Cl IN DEI. JAMES F.DW ARI) III CUES. DONALD DAVID KILE. SHEILA JANE KREBS. GIRARD EDWARD l ie I IT. C. I.INDI.KY SENIORS NOT PICTURED I INN E. WILLIAM WORKMAN LYONS. HARRY CAMRON MILLER. PRESTON PALI.ISHOSKY. MICHAEL DONALD PATRICK. ISABEL ROBINSON. T. BRUCE. JR. SACK. CORN ELI I S SAGE. ROBERT HAROLD SANDERS. JOHN PALMER SU RINA. JOSEPH PATRICK SCI I EMEI.D. .11 DITH ANN SHELLEY. EAR I RAYMOND SIGI.IN, JAMES HOWARD SPRINfiER KENNETH LARRY. JR. THOMPSON. SAMI EL J. W El RICH, THOM AS WEIT. NEVIN DALE WERT. CAROL WYNN, ;. LARRY A I RKIEWICZ, JOSEPH ANTHONY ARFt SS. ROBERT W il l I AM 73Ten Seniors Named To MSCs Who's Who WHO’S WHO Scholarship, service, constructive participation in activities, and contribution to student government and college life provide the criteria by which members ol Millcrsville’s Who's W ho are selected. To the ten distinguished seniors in the Class ol 1962 go the college’s warmest congratulations. W ho's W ho is the highest honor that a Millersville senior can possibly obtain. These seniors have reason to be proud of their fine achievement-- and deserve a vote of thanks for their contributions to MSC. jolts M. HESSGroup Applauded For Ou t st on ding Achievemen t Selection of the Who's Who candidate.' and eventual winners was done this year l tin- Student Council under graduates and through the faculty department heads. All of the students and faculty members listed their nominations which were then forwarded to Mr. Kohert liuthait and Mr. Charles bird, of the college elections committee. I'liey counted the votes, naming the 10 highest seniors t i the honor roll at Millersville.Coed Heads Juniors 3rd Straight Year For I lie third consecutive year the Class of 1963 was under the leadership of president Ka Replogle. Other class offices were filled hy Armond Conaway, vice-president; Kolterla Dean, secretary; Lavonne Dissinger. treasurer ami Dawn Sherman. historian. Joan Hamilton and Carol Walker were the class representatives to Student Council. Mrs. Esther Lowry and Mr. Richard Kopec Continued to serve as class advisers. The junior class this year initiated the idea of employing floats as a part of Millersville's homecoming festivities. The class’s float, depicting Millersville taking part in the Civil War. was entitled ‘‘Millersville Was There." Other activities sponsored hy the juniors included a bowling party which took place in November and a semi-formal dance held in conjunction with the sophomore class. These events were partially financed hy several informal dances held in the Student Center. MK . LSI HER LOWRY o„(. 0f ||„. most prominent projects on the junior class schedule was the adop- tion of a class constitution. This document will he an invaluable aid in planning the class’s alumni program. RICHARD J. KOPEC The junior are proud to announce dial ihry lird for fir i place in ihe conic ! of lloai- on Homecoming Day. Ki rmie flower make himself comfortable a he trio to catch-up on hi assignment . ('.tots officers lor the tear include: Ka Replogle. president: Lavonne Dissinger. treasurer. Dawn Sherman, historian: Ann and Conaway. rice-president; Joan Hamilton. Carol Walker, student council representatives; KuIm-Mj Dean, secretary. { ,iV . . Z «r )  - First Row: Julie Brumhurh. Florence KIiiiimii. Dori - Samis Margie Snyder. Second lion Robert t'.lemm. Darla Kulp. David ilipp. Lorraine Have-. Karlr Shan. Third Row: Janet Me-H.iiii-, JoAiiii Mure, Judy Kelley, Jim Baneh. Fourth Row: Bob Alwittr, Tom Kouzer. Paul Griffin. First Row: Henry De.Mito, Barham Ger hnian. Fred Fry, Judy Graee. Steen Relier. Second Row: Dawn Sherman, Julie Peek. Jell Rohiu-Min, ('.anil Walker. Julie Kiffcrt. Third Row: John B'lwRIiey, Georgia Lehmun. N'jlale Taechino. Juseph Breidensline. Fourth Row: Glenn Julius Michael Weaver, Chuck LaLumera. First Row: Joyce Mount. Susan HiiL sizer, Sandy Onu-ehak. Joyce Rosevear. Second Row: Boh Hariris, Douglas Minuicli, Tout Grumhein, John Gilpin, Regi- Third Row: Bradley Miller. Kdward Goodhearl. Sal Rodano, Jerry Kunkle. Fourth Row: Mike Becker. Al Milli-. Robert Scchrint. First Row: I.uIm Shufran, l.inda I-orcn-zon. Ia i- W'hi»ler, Dorcas Bortner. Second Row: Lavonne Di—inger, Margaret Ta—i.i. Dorothy Buhh. Buddy Mr.Clo. -key. Third Row: Arniand Conuwuy, Harold Shriner. I»nny Seitz. John E -ter. Fourth Row: Dave Mill , Denny la’eprr, Glwrlcs Workinger.First How: Brenda I «licr. Camlyn Cring. Carolyn ShoWulter. N'annctlr O' lergron. Second How: Palsy Mvers Veda Noel, Jane! Sell. Harriet Kohl-brenner. Third How: Sieve Foniudcl, Rosemary , l.ymi Miller, IVie Sellers Fourth How: Hoi) Springer, Hill Callagluu-, Monty lllick. First Hon: Barbara Doran, Audrey Kernrer, Dawson Heck. Ruth l.iglc. Second How: Sylvia llcnkle. Nancy Wolfe, Judy Poorman, Margie Wentz, Third How: Marijane Haeelliiux Glenda McCleary. Marilyn Engle, Dawn Foil . Fourth How: Francis F.lmi. DrStniK laTrohc Rjriiitz, Duncan Appleby. First How: Barbara Ib-inbai'h. Kav. Neylinrl, Judi Gassner. Peggy Poralh. Second How: Carol DeWilie, J« Sclioell, Kdi Jo Cobb. nno Siracuse. Third How: Nancy Ouigley. Karen l.uokonbacb, Vivian llofler. Hill Reges-let. Fourth Hon: Dorothy Krueger, Lloyd Ncsiler, Sandy Shan folder. First Hoic: Clair Kichcriok. Snookir Troslcy, Chester Key,-. Second How: Earl Moore, l.ce Lehigh. Jim Thomas, John Rylro. Harry Kreidcr. Third How: I.rroy Zellers. John Maier, Dayle Myers, Eugene Maule. Fourth How: Bill Skclly. Dick McCod. Ron Shert .cr. 80First Row: Linda KauUmun. Beverly Robert . Barbara Sanford. Ruthann Young. Second Hour: Kenneth (»rr hard. Kay Scholar. Betsy Winstead. Irene Wrigley. Third Row: Eric J. Miller, John Laskey, Cary Baltorer. Robin Keuerisc. Fourth Row: Hill Me-Nature. Harney Benner, Pat Yulia . First Row: Joyce Hew, Virginia it. Diane Wise, Julianna Slnldei. Sr ond Row: Janice Breighner, Joan Ham ilton. Shirley Kolb. Judith Kinjt. Su Holt man. Third Row; Nina Painter Barbara Dunne. Kyvele Parikus, Row rnarj Plate. Fourth Row: Joe Kolur Knnnie Ruble. Toni Davies. First Row: Essie Miller. Marlene Tongc, Lonnie John . K.iy Thoiiipvin. Second Row: Mary Sbatler, Joann Clouser, Kri'iida Klers. Pat Viircni . Third Row: Kcniieib Toiler. I.arry Me-Can H-y. Kay Sclialler, Dan Korrv. Fourth Ron: Ron Swope. Richard Ki miller. Dave Elmore. First Row: Barbara Dcven| orl. Philip ladit. Joyce Rriglitbill, t.arol Muelmant. Second Row: Mutt Heppc. Mary' Brice. Robert.i Dean, Jark Sliaub. Third Row: Kay Wagjinan. Paul Merchcl, Marcia Berlin. Jim Riddle. Nancy Boligitr. Fourth Row: Bob Rice. M.iryjune Walton. Tom Hopson.First Row: Charlotte Spinella. Nancy Mayer, Ardene Haring. Ronald Cain. Second Row lean Reltert. Hetty Chan-ncll. Dot tie Elicker, Barbara Roger . Third Row: Robert Mellow, Jean l)»ll. Marlin Fumnan, lavrrainr Smitli. Fourth Row: Ken Gibblr, Donald Weaver, Eugene Wile. The football tram prove- that they are ready for action. The junior girl |x r-tray each player in the starting line-up in the fir l pep rally of the year. 82 First Row Nancy Kellow, Joan Curtis, Joanne Rupp, Ellen llrowniniller. Second Row. l)ori» Holley. Ia i' Slifller. Kay (la 11 .id. Joanne Denlinger. Third Row Barbara Keilil, Judy Long, Sue Kuylor, Sidney Niuinoti. Fourth Row: Michael Trorhrek. Dorothy Snyder, Kd Biirnheter. B»i Burchett. First Row: Su ic NcImiii, Ellen ('oilman, Joann 11.•skin, Margie Gilder-sleeve. Second Row: Judy Meloy, Gail Keely, Mary nn Korosivr. Bet sc San-done. Third Row: Sally Deary, Lois Kirkpatrick. Barham Croyle. Ruth (‘rum. Fourth Row: Emery Phillips, Wall Bcchtold, John Sinter.Lisi Re-Elected Sophomore Prexy Members of the sophomore class put together a very active second year here .is they sponsored a number «»f activities both for the college and for themselves. Joseph I.isi. class president, guided the sophomores through their second year at MSC. Assisting the president in carrying out his duties were Meredith Roberts, vice-president: laiuisc VVorkinger. secretary: Joan llamill. treasurer: Lucille Lubo-wieeki. historian. Representing the class in Student Council were Dale Denlingcr and Philip Kilbride. Since Mr. Louis Jennings was on sabbatical leave. Miss Mabel Moberg advised the class in its undertakings with the aid of Mr. Robert Lyon of the art department. s class projects during the year, the sophomores held several record hops in the Student Center. A donkey-basketball game was sponsored for the entertainment of the student body in order to finance such projects as the float which the class entered in the Homecoming parade. An important item on every sophomore's calendar was the Sophomore-Junior Prom in March. This was the second consecutive year that the two classes combined their efforts in order to insure a larger and better affair. The two classes -hared responsibility for all arrangements for the prom. Clou officers for the year included; Lucy l.uliowirrki. historian; Join llamill. treasurer; I)jlr Drnlinurr. student council representative; Joe Lisi, president: Meredith Robert , vice-president; l.-niise Wurkingcr, secretary; Phil Kilbride, student council representative, not pictured. MABEL L MOBF.RC ROBERT A. LYON. JR. Sue Wcidcinoycr i- helping rophomore Sandy Murphy prepare fnt a dance. ,W " , w »yne Bruch arr hurrying across campus to class. 83First Knii : Peggy Ami Moore. arol Richline, Cirri ( ■ ale. nlla Notu-r. Second How: Kill Chronicler, Wendy I l.irli.m li. Sln-ila Colon! beck. Dale I nlinji'T. Third How: I’liil Smith, Rich Krrriclih. Stanley Miller. Harry Slriwwalii. Fourth How: Koy Flower . Dim Crillil. Harry lairing, Coraid Brenner. First How: nn Mn .grr, Romayne DeHoff. Gloria Bent . June! Slump. Set oral Hour: Sandy -Shaffer. Roberta Barbara |n«i'r. Marptrl Could. Third How:; Dorothy Ziegler, Sandy Kau, nn Dorkey, Martini Beaver. Fourth How: l.illi.m W heeler. Kathryn Baylor, I illi«- Wile . 84 Firn How: Ella Barndl. Janice Miller. Jerilyn Odw. Judy Snavely. Second How: Mike Prevo nik, I-oiiiho Work-Inger. Mary Jane la-ehner. Paul Matter. Third Hou: Joe l.i«i, rv Seifarth, Paul Weaver. Jim Cooper. Fourth How: John Clarke, Bill Pennell. Don Callender. Firu How: t ynthi.i Puffer, l.inda Con-uolly. lairruine keim. Regina Kirdtner, Second Hou : Joanne C.imhum. Ruth Giindcl, Joanne Zuch, Carole Carlin. Third How: Carl Konschinik. Itornihy Delwiler, Ik nna Wirebacli. Michaelene Doyle, .1 n c y Fellenhauni. Fourth How: Jay SeiiM-niy. John llarlman. Harold Stover.■ First Row: Nancy Shrcincr. ShiiU-y Jacobs. Jill Crove. Nellie Cohen. .SVc-ontl Row; Joan il.iniill. Flea nor Sterne, Joyce Miller. Marion Hucchner. Third Row: Juilv Cay. Dave Schrcfller, G n-me llench. Itarlura Sehollin . Fourth Row: Jack Kiss, Hill Ljuri'. John Nicholson. First Row: Junel Caprioiii, Carol Pike. nna Lehman. Helen -hury. Second Row: Koheri.i Cromiing, Sherry Rce-c. Cail Art .. Carol Miller. Third Ron: Hill Koons, Sandy I.mill. Carol Wi-• liienski. Tom Chunko. Fourth Row: Roger Cuv . Juno - RnW. Hon Arnold. First Row: Peggy Morgan. Donna CnI-d.uelli, Phyllis Warner. Judy Richard'. Second Row: llctsy William-.. Mary Mavimill.i. Ho l.ardieri, Linda Hutchinson. Third Row: Peggy Mason. liar-ham Wahl. Heverly Jom- , Carolyn la-. CaUey. Fourth Row: Dave Tolsott, Rich Turner. Cil Hammer. First Row: Kli alo-lh Younger, Har- hara Cinin. Joann Gaiihcait. Marilvnu Shimer. Second Row: Gail Cruy, De-Inn- ioodyrar. Wanda Oln-rholucr, Apryl Finery. Hrenda Shrader. Third Row: IVggy Jono-, Runny Shurjdey. Carol Kellrr. Patricia Clark. Fourth Row Ginger Kelly. Kathleen Adams.First Row: l)orc n Cornell, Patricia Burkhart. Carol Collins Jackie Butter-worth. Second Row: Dorothy Honshi-ko. Belly Turkheimer, Sally Sinner. Ruth Stiimpf. Third Row: Jamo Far-• trr, Bernard Wichenheiser, Barbara Seller, Keith Michley. Fourth Row: Jerry Rothwcll, Karl Yeager. Bruce Williams First Ron• Sally Kintdubcn. Linda Benner. Janice Lcptich. Carolyn Lutz. Second Ron Mary Ellen Felrow, Bar-bam Beyer. Iri- Schick, Mary Jane W’inisko, Doris vcrill. Third Row: Bonnie Owens Barbara Kindy, Wilma la-as Nancy Grove. Donna Ressel. Fourth Row: Carl Kircluter. Phillip Kilbride. First Row: Hannah Grundy. Sue Brain-hley. Elsa Banks, Ruth Ann Lloyd. Second Row: Lucy Myers. Mary Roth-emirl, Judy Blacher. Lynn IlolitU|ui- t. Betsy Slothower. Third Row: Marie Eliersolc, Pat Dresser. Helen Buchler. Doris CiofTo, Fourth Row: George Dickering. Gahrad Harvey. Meredith Roberts. First Row: Barbara Hess Patrice Price, Joan Groff. Charlotte Tempest. Second Row: Linda Perry, Carol Emery. Ann Mussel man, Judy Fox, Bonnie Ness. Third Row: Suzy Wcidc-mover. Sandy Murphy. Beekv Fox. San-die Runisey. Fourth Row: William Weaver. Dennis VanTassel, William Ep-Icy. First Ron : France W'irrnian. Dianne Royer, Nunr.y Bennett. Martini Griffith. Second Ron Sandy Sleinmet .. Kalli Iren Dickey. I W alker. Mary Snyder, Judith Dryhrcd. Third Row: Ned Kni»ely. Ray Sinunh. Fat Bowman. Robert Burnley. Gerald Gollin . Fourth Row: Hairy LoIim, I’atriek Kirk. Leo Shelley. Barbara Wahl greet her parent , in the dormitory, on Parent’s.Day. First Row Jean W'cidenmyer, Norma Winner, G.irol Schiedel, Sandy Niel. Second Row: Peggy Witmyer, Dottle Fink. Sally Schofield, t .irole Garland. Barbara Draper. Third Row: Evelyn Baker. Virginia King. Penny Piersol, Harriet Hawthorne. Sue Sauter. Fourth Row: Gliarloi Wilwn. Janie Vroman. (.ami Ree e, Doug Krimmel. Sophomore girl work diligently, bright and early on tin- Homecoming Di-pluy that tliey helped to prepare lor tin W'onienV Coniiiiiinity ocialion. 87IIAKOLO WF.IKICH Holland Choice of ! eic Frosh Class A record 012 new freshmen helped | ro|x l Miliersvillc Slr»l r College’s enrollment to a new high of 1865 students lost September. It took over HO student guides provided 1 Student Council through the Office of Guidance Services to take care of the overflow group of newcomer . Carl Holland. Chester freshman, was named president of the class as the result of the group's lii-t elections on rampii . Other officers elected were Steve Scholl, vice-president: Joan dark, secretary; Ron Woland. Ireasurei and l.inda Young and Nancy Fischer, student council representatives. Miss Jane Rcinhurl of the art department and Mr. Harold Weirich of the seience department were named advisers of the new group. Morula?rs of the class provider! Millersvillc with a “first" during football season. I’om Campbell did the preliminary work and received fine cooperation from hi classmates who |N rformcd card tricks during the Mansfield football game at Riemes-derfer Field. The tricks provided one of the season’s memorable highlights. Class offierr )or the ymr includ'd Nancy Footer, I.imld Young. student council representatives; ( ail Holland, president ; Steve Scholl, rice-president. Joan Clark, secret,try; Hun Woland, Iren-inter, muting from picture. Tlir frcdimun girl» employ keen competition at the annual “lligl.ittle Shier Picnic." “Five more girl and we can start a havlull team.' •ay frr.liman girl after receiving their reps. 88First How: l.indu W.illick. Margin CTomrly. Audrey MoM, Joan Stuart, Ia i» Herl Jrr. Second How: Rai-hrl Cohlrru, Margaret llrill. Kailiv Alim, Mr-. Klein iu r lli-ll.'i. Il.irrii-t Kilhrlnrr. Third How: Ter rir Hackman, Sheila Ring- i|uLil, Rarhara Tuloya, Georgia Kinecr, Sandra Weaver. Fourth How: Domiliv Heck, Kailiv (• r ilVii li, Joanne K.i|i| , Samira Mnmlorl, Tolirv Dulr »n. First How: Sandra Leader. Frodi l..nge. Jnlii’ Ru , I’.il Wanllow, l amia I a.■«•••. Second How: AnneMe Kyler, Sally llom-her, loan Hoyle, Cu role l)el|r. Sanely Shauli. Third How: Sam IVtryv zuk. Guinic Neef. Pal Ro» i, l.inda S|Kin rl|er, Tom Weaver. Fourth How: Al l.ankow-ki, Harry Rothwoll, David De.inlorll, Holt Milialik, Glenwnod Weinorl. 8i» First How: l.ynn Kirk. Helen lleigrl. Holiliie Marshall, Viamla Shower •. Mice1 George. Second How: Jelly l.ia-ley. Sue Freundel. PhvIlU Lewi , Pal Orr, Hreiula Rroornc. Third How: Melvin Wert, Siimii Hail'. Joyce Recker. Mike Megale, 1 tnna Co'herl. Fourth How: Jim Slouch. Alike DeFili(i|M., led Plailino. H. Gene Kichellrerger, Gerald Full . First How: Carol Ander-on, Joan Tree'. Anna Mae Herr, Pal Ripley. Second How: W'ilma Hlack. Dawn laicyr, A von ire Conrad. Carolyn llav. Third How: Dona Lehman, Donna Killielner, Kailiv Landreih, Stella W'nj-Inn. In'll'' Wallace. Sleven Sleiiilterg. Fourth How: I'd Sweilzer, Tom Her-e. Paul Hilliard. John Haiti. Dick Kinard.First How: Jrailin' Kemlig. Patricia (-Milter, (Borin Fugle. Pal Nock. Second liow: Clifford Ge Inn a n. Ju«l Moon . Julia FieMer, I»a Pearce, Dori Hohenwarler, Janie Oalmati. Third How: Jim JolinM n, Dcnni Howe. Tlnmi.f lltiehanan, K -ilh Sclimuok. Km Shearer. Fourth How: Robert Fuhi«h, Charle MeFall . Don I.ineer, Joe Wei-del. Mike Sanlflliirllo Tint How: Marii Boyd, Mary Truex, Ila Bower) . Judi llorwil . Nancy Pinch-er. Second How: Sue Phrieli. Kulliryn Boyer. Barbara Orach, Oiane Pol terser. Connie Miller. Third Row. Jim Vile, Barbara Gmrud. Rolwrta l.enlz, Jml Branl. Filmi'c, Karen Riclunboii. Immngene Bhineliart. Fourth How: Sieve Dougherty. Cljrl lleekeil. Andrew lwei-. Billiard W'enlZcl, Ron Sll|i| lee. First How: Wilnirr Noll. Ron llaug. John Dick. Willi Marlin, Kdwnrd Pfoulv. Paul Naiiiiun, Second How: Colin Shull :. Boh Barber. Phil A rider--on. Oon Wincin' . Gary Kendig, Paul Kucger Third How: Thoma Muclilei-•eii. George lleidig. Tom Kilgore, Jen Kendrnline. John Sullivan, Frank Ferrari. Fourth How: Harold Saner, Dav id Blnnrhtird, John Telford, William Mowery. Junu-» I Mr i h. First Hon: Bill HetiM-l, lb-ri l.mig, Blaine Penny packer. Paul llimiuel-wright. Roller! Itingaruuri. Second How: l.emy llopkin . Don I.efevrr, Brady llaiciiTode. It.. Gary Newkirk, JuiUce Malcy. Third How: Charlr I add'. Charlie Morrison, Kenneth Walt , Ixe S.nanl, Demon Orlnian. Fourth How: Paul Grignol, Charlc- i k mfeller, Bolt LandU. Ru-ell Wolf, Mike Fril-eh. ■ Fir it Hon: Judy llarclerode. heryll Brown, Diane Oslapuek, Ruth Sicj ri»t. Beokv Rieliardv Second How: Roll Staullor, Mmy Ju Herman. Jnyee lyk-limn. Rum- Spit-e, Kilorii llulliken, Jackin Dinkel. Third How: Ceoryte Buehler. Lynn I rainor. Jane Nauru , Mary Jo IJ01I11.11. Ray Herr Fourth How Jnirv Uiiinii, Paul IJowinail, (inirjir Zonk, Leo I' Dougherty, Richard Satirhaugh. Don Kckert, Don Hank. First Hon Barham Sinipo.n. la'ol.i Smith, l.aniia Metkol. Janet Conway. Nancy Be»t. Second How: Kailli Ann Snyder. Barbara Ki»her. Kathryn Wert ., Nancy Shaw. 'mil IVr on. Third How: Joan Clark. Jill W'ike. I.indu Young. Jo iiiij Wentling. Fourth Hon : I ily D.ivi . aiml llolfinaii. Carotwi Miall. First Hon: Ruth Bre cnour, Kuhn, Coralie Hull. CaKoiia I’atino . Jo Sedgwick. Second Hou. Sue Kiaft. J u Ituk'and. Sandy CliernOll, Judy Klteniann. Kathy Ri» e. Third How: KdtCrt He - , Sue 1111 Mellingcr. IVggy Route, Sally Winter. Julie Wieland. ."a rede Cant . Fourth How: Janie- Ci-li. Sam Wallace, J’uul Kill hart, lint Harvish. living l.undoiiicr. First How: Cinny Hal). Judy Deni--hock. Judy Jonc-s Judy Moo-c, Judy Ri-iuiller. Second How: Jonnie Hof •tetter. Beverly Bailey. Su anne Set-friend, Ann Hatch. Linda Witnier. Third How: Fred Pryor, Joanne Mv-er . • '.mil Kei'ltner. Cliri- Lloyd, Frank Vazquez. 91First How': Yvonne Paige, Kay Taylor, Judy llourk, Joanne Newcomer, Mn. Marc.eline Easley. Second How: Judy Shull , Jean .oiler, Annorose Coorli, Sara llaiipt. Donna Trnopc. Third How: Joan Khlriter, Mgipoi El» Linda Kurhart, Nan Burkwallcr, Barbara Brown, June Tex ter. Fourth How : Knhrila Si.|dun on. Charlotte Metzger, Barham VViimor. Marilyn Dillrr. hirst How. Freda Klinri. Nancy l.ongc necker. Hath Barbu, Nancy Sweeney, Kii .ilH’ili Augu»iine. Second How;; Carol Cilhrit, Mary Ann (ialtirrs Barbara SliK'iwrr. lira Karlin. Linda lloll man, Third How: Kir hard Yinger, William u»t. J k- Keegan. Nelson Limrn-snyder. Fourth How: Richard Rltoade . Claude IVarl. Frank K i zuto. First How : Bah Pal Flaliarly. Joe Molnrr, Annr Doll, Sue Albertson. Second How: Charlr- Kuni ., Pul Lucille Schreiln-r, Joe Mariani. Third Row: Jo. Kell. Wall Engle. Cenrge Miller, Larry Rodger, Wall Roberts. Fourth Row: Jark Pergli, Terry llntsa|i|dc, Curl Hover, Jidin Klaneli. Frank W'oetner. 92 First Row: Reeky Sell, Jane Cal , Jane Gilbert, nn Winder. Second How: Rarliara Sinylhe, Janet Beaver •on. Mary Rhoads. Pulli King. Third How: Pal Slwmgurd. Dawn Boose, Jean McCarthy, Shar o n Branding. Fourth Row : Jeannrtti' Matthew, (.arid (.'reter, Cheryl Levin.- First Row: I .•■••ini imliki. lane I-imparl i-r. Linda Pellegrino, Kathleen Pliyllin Snelbeckcr. Second Rote: Dot tie Barka-y, Samira Shingler, Caro Iyn McMiiun. Linda Heck. Klclr-it (Iran ford. J'hird Row: Cle-n I M.nden, Dor-na Witda-in, I, ,rb Kajdeson. J. Su-an Wi'jicr, Dun la-rvi-. Fourth Row: Slew SVImll, Glenn Livelrijerger, Turn Campbell. First Row: Linda Wil-on. Beverly Lilt holts Patririu Tmui. Marty Guildrum, Donna W,timer. .Second Row: John Swart-on, Bonita Wylcs Sue Hill. San-d Sh.i-ImiirIi, aroli I roil. Winnie K.ipp. Third Row: Carolyn Keigle. Reekie Spargo. Janet nkrum, Winnie June . James Gearhart. Fourth Row: Charlie Wagner, Michael Dttnkleharger. John Vnjy.-lt.onu, Charles Cu» . Robert Grim. First Row: Kilrt-n Ki-ensteiii, Kari n Thompson. Ilnh Siluirr, Carol Wen-tlilz. Ilolihi rlionr. Second Row: Sharon lirantlt. Maiianm- Glnnnpii-l. Joyce Wiley. Joyce Cnur. Dehbie Phillip-. Third Ron, Barry Zimmerman, Kick Hi «l«l lr. Jim Royer. David T-ohopp. Jerry Radio. Fourth Row: W' Cumming , Tom Kr.nnlik. Wilson Grab. First Row: Tom Rohrbai k. Evan Don-plr, Nick Imiorioli. Ed Smoltz. Second Row : Ken Decker, David Miller, Jerry Swo|N', Boh W alker. Third Row: Dirk Weaver, Jorrv Hester. Jerry Zock, Wayne Strait-ser. Fourth Row: David Bor he. Tom Naylor, Lonnie Weaver. How: Sue l)lllll(.|i, Paula Kll o-vich, Shari ii Frylinp, Patricia Ann Ku Annr Dulin. Second How: Diunr Julcovir, Becky Slider, Karen Hull . Janie DiKien o. Sally Hu . ThinI Row: Andy Dietriok. Cecilia Lowe, Jeanette ll.irkin-. Barbara Kerstcilcr, Scott Tilling. Fourth How: Joe Will, Bob Adam , Harrell Hivner. Don Over ley. First Hou-: Patti Ii llinyc r, I’anleiia llelfrirk, Terry 'M rr. Dot Fabry. Barb OI e»ki. Sr ro nil How: Hon Wolatld. Helene Heuer. Ktiili Klinedin !. Hun Simonovich. Third How: llnrrv Men-ear, Charles Marl, Hill Knhlry, Jim Phillips. Fourth How: Charlo Yldin-per. Hill Crant. Sam Thompson El-wood Finley. 94 First How: Carole Geary. laSordu, Pain Kline, I’ennie NcNon. Barbara Hampton. Second How: Hetty Ann Honninger, Francis Hupp, Joan Ang-‘l.idl. Neal Bleacher. Third How: Harold Wolf. Janet Pater, Harry I indpen. Pul (Gilbert. Fourth How: Frank Cor-taaa. John Kirby. Hieliard l.enox. First How: Judy Kingkiner, Carol Sebeifele, l.inda Kriek. Juliana Vsuka. Second How: Erl Green, Dale McPherson. Dale Cood, Dave Huber. Third How: Ojry Stifllrr. Dave Holien-hilt, Jamr- In plum, IVte Nahuda. Fourth How: Tom Winter, Curl Holland. John Dili . — first Row: Donna Will. Miriam Stoll fus Holiert Smiles. Rom Manalian. Joan Coceo. Second Row: llrinda Kol Irr. I ary r I U 11 Scarborough J"ii Van derhurg. Dorothy Hauler, ('.race Gallagher. Third Row: Crystal Forre-t, Carole Youmll. Dana Van Horn, Mar Irni Fair, Itarhara Nc-s fourth Row Hill Hiilcr. Norman Koaiih, Wilbur Rhodes. first Row: Jo-eplt Hinkler. I'.llen Mairr-it, K.nliy Keddingcr. Joan Thus , Ron-.ild Timiup-on. Second Row: Boh Hu ■oil. Ili-tty SehufTroth, Sandra Moumt, Kulli Wiley, 'lary Joyce Kuhn , I’at Firming. Daisy Hoidol. Third Row: Itarhara Fisher. Joyce I’latter-piel, Kay Di—ingor. Jeanetle Applry, I'atly Hit ho. David lluinina, Franc i- Delaney, fourth Row. Wayne Spyker, llarr Baldwin, Jim Starr. Dan Witinan, Fred Fen-tor niacher. first Row: Joan Gihson. Jean Rntlion larger. Kathy Jodon, Nancy Brubaker, Jean Tarantina. Second Row: Ruby Burk. Jane i'hillip-. Joyce Hee-o. Nancy Fahringcr, Geraldine H e n I y. Third Row: Richard Hall, Judy Leonard. Nano) Bonn, Merrill Miller, Terence Conroy, fourth Row: Merle Connor, Clill Thomas Mark Kekert. Hill lien ningrr. Freshmen react to “Huttons Fro»h." a familiar saying heard round tin; campus dtiritig the fir t levs week- of school.A .7■ Throw aunty tliy wrath . . . take the gentle itath.”How: Dolor.-. Kelirii, Joyce Weaver. Kutli) boon . t.'arnle I i ln k. Edna Nichols. Second liou: Rosemarie l’ogwist. Cail Brimril, Barbara Fox, Bn-mla Bcchtohl, lliurvluy night riluul in the girl ' dorms i» tin: “doughnut hrwtk," Scliolarshi Boosted By Delta Phi Eta In May, 1911, I Vila I’lii Kta was organized on tin Millcrsvillc campus for the purpose of establishing standards of scholastic excellence and promoting the qualities of leadership, churaclei and service in women. Eligibility for mem-hership in this houmury scholastic sorority is based on excellence in acadetnic pursuits, as well as on leadership and sen ice to the college. Prospective members are invited into the sorority b the active members. Limited to a number of twenty-five, the sorority is composed of upper-class women who had maintained a quality point average of 3.00 or better. The only honorary sorority established on campus. Delta Phi l.ta was advised in its endeavors by l)r. Virginia Beck, professor of history. Each year meetings wore plunncd with the "whole" education ol its members as the aim. Close examination revealed the success of this aim. Last year Delta Phi Kta furlhcicd the cause of world friendship by supporting a fostei child from Hong Kong. The sorority was led last year bv Kathy boons. Other officer included Carole Pay dock, vice-president: Joyce Weaver, secretary : Dolores Kehrer, treasurer and Edna Nichols, historian. Part of the organization's financial activities were the sale of doughnuts in the women's dorms and the sale of flower calendars. 98IA Fraternity Hears Industrial Leaders Iota Lambda Sigma is a profe-—ional induslrial educa-lion fraternity. The Iota chapter was installed at Millers-villi’ in the spring of 1935 to recognize professional irain-inj.' in the industrial arts skills, to recognize high scholarship in this held, and to maintain a close fraternal bond between teachers and prospective teachers in this held. Active membership was limited to men with a It average in their field of interest, industrial arts. Knch semester students who were scholastically eligible were invited to join. After they had proven their ability as craftsmen, they were formally initiated into the fraternity. Only craftsmen of excellence became members. With professional growth a its aim. Iota Lambda Sigma invited various industrial leaders to speak at the meetings. These addresses educated the members in the latest tech-uii|iif.s of modern ii dustry. The highlight of tile beginning meeting was the discussion of qualifications of pledges and the formal initiation. In the spring the organization held a picnic for the enjoyment of its members. This past year the fraternity was under the leadership of David McClintoek. The olliee of vice-president was held by David Miller, the office of treasurer by Lee Smell and the office of historian by Donald Parrish. Mr. Paul Kshel-man. associate professor of industrial art-, acted as adviser to the organization. Often |N n ored by Iota LjiiiIhIj -Si iiu arc exhibit like these in the !i«tiluv eases of Oshiirti Hull. 99Fir.u Rou: Paul Writer, Hurry Krridrr, Howard Jnnr . Kenneth Gib file. K-.n Davi . Jerry Steven . John BowUbry. Second Row: Vera Hilbert. Mr. Jo eph adviser, Kirhard Miller. John Claw, William Sicily, Jom-j.Ii Spila, Don Kauffman. David McCUntock. Paul Griffin, Mile Weaver, William Smith, Stanley Werner, Dr. Abram Kc - ! t, adviser; Cary Miller. Phi Sigma Pi Club Stresses Scholarshij Gathered around the |H.diuin | rej aring for the indue-linn reunion)- «r - member and officer of the Phi Sigma Pi including John Glut . Ken Cihhlc, secretary; Hon Davi . president and Howard Jon. , vice-president. Phi Sigma Pi » ■ .1 professional education fraternity for men .it Millersville State College. Since the Sigma Chapter was organized in 191.6, litis fraternity has striven to maintain its ideals of professional fellow-hip and scholarship. Men who had a 2.75 overall quality-point average were invited to pledge for memltership. After a rigorous pledging, men were judged h the active members for their qualities of leadership. With Hr. Abram J. Foster, professor of social studies, and Mr. Joseph Torchia. director of the reading clinic as advisers, the organization this year sponsored a seminar concerning world |M ace. Among the topics discussed were the United Nations and Civil Defense. The pledge j addle i wielded on Paul Giiffin by Ken Cibble us Hill Shelly and Jim- Sj.ila lend a laughing hand. 1»Firu Hou: Richard K«kal. Bruce Grille, Kobeit Warrham. Gary Bril, It.... Burkinan, Dave Grumhine. D.iv Elmore, Mitchell Brown. Sec ,,r„I Kok: R»n Snavrly. Wil-.n Grab. Ron Arnold. Harry Lob-. Jr.. Bill Grant. Rick Turner. Gaylord . rn l. Barn luring. Paul Mer. hrl. Jon Whittle. Jim Thomas. Richard Frerich . Tom Davies, Bob King. John Swanson. Dave Mills. Planning anti preparation for lire Homecoming displays dud floats was sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega. Other events directed by the national service fraternity were two tlances in Brooks Hall, the "t'gly Man” contest, the "Coin for Care” money line, and other noteworthy projects. APO Lends Support To Homecoming Plans All men who have had previous training in scouting are eligible for membership. The largest men's fraternity in the world, the main purpose of the organization is to develop friendship and promote service. Mr. Francis Kafka, associate professor of industrial arts, advised the organization. I’hnniniE the “(Join lor (Jarr“ campaign i (hr executive committer of Alpha Phi Omeaa. It includes, moving clockwise Bob (.Icmm. corresponding secretary; Gary Bell, president; Boss Burhman, «ice. president; Mr. Francis Kafkj. adtiscr. Bob Warrhain. treasurer. Robert Clrmm. chairman of the committer concerned with Homecoming Boats and displays, makes a final check with judge- Mr. Ronald Sykes, Dr. Daun Nesbit and Mrs Kathryn B. Hill. 101First Hnu: Judith Kirkman. Palriw l ri» «. Kami A• Myra Jean Bt- hlel. '.ir«»l Kmcry, Nancy Bennett. I’aulu liei.ei, Peggy Could. Second Him-: Sally I .oilman, Dianne Hover. Janet Shoop. Martha Braver, Jill Himmcn, lolm Nied. Denny Doper. Mary l.mii-e iittinv . Suzy Weide-mover. Connie Strnush.iugh, Margaret Ta ia, Sandy Shufler. The Kappa Chapter of Alpha Bela Alpha at Millersville is composed of students who majored, mi no reel, or took Courses in the Library Science curriculum. Some of the aims of I lie group include furthering the professional knowledge of its memhers. promoting fellowship and providing recreation and entertainment. It also served as a recruiting agency fot the library science field. In addition to holding a luncheon in the fall, sponsoring a record dance, mu! participating in trips with the library science department. Alpha Beta Alpha hosted the biennial conference of the Student Library Association of I’eiin-sylvania. Miss Coral Melson. chairman of the library science department. acted in the capacity of adviser to the group. liile newly initialed memhers of Alpha Beta Alpha mingle. Mvra Jean Bechtel. president. ami K.nen A.hkar, if ce-prruY rnr; review the proceeding . Alpha Bela Alpha Hosts SLAP Parley Delirious soft pretzel, are sold by ABA member, to hungry dormitory resident .First How: Dotlie Kink. Brenda Klr«. Harold binder. David Wilmer. Judith Kirkman. Ijnrrainc Ha 'r King. Jay Kulp. Don Grillet. Earle Straw. Boh Alwine. Second Hou: David Milke, Koliert Conference Aided By Bossier Society Bill Koons Don Grillet. and I’liil Kilbride illiMui.- the correct way to examine a map. Dave Winner, treasurer; Harold Cinder, pre»« enf: Judy Kirkman. secretary and Brenda Kiev-, i hr.f,resit tent, consult u map prior to the Hu »h-r Geographic Society meeting. Organized f«.r students whose interests lie in the field «.f geography and earth science, the BassJrr Geographic So-oicty discusses and explores t"|» cs of general interest that arc not covered in regularly scheduled classes. Providing social contact with faculty mcmltcrs. increasing knowledge of this field, and developing an appreciation for tin- field are the principal aims « f the club. Bossier Geographic Society activities included a college dance, monthly meetings which were highlighted hy speakers representing federal and state agencies, participation in the college section meetings of the national convention of the National Council for Geographic education, support of the I bird Annual Geography conference sponsored hy the geography department, and local field trips. Mr. Rich-‘"'I Kopec, associate profes-or id geography, was the group -adviser.First How KtJi J» Cobb, Peggy I’onilh, Judi«- Caiornr. nn Metzger, Vinry llner.kcl, Judy Murphy. mil l)r Win.. Dot tie nglc Second How: Sandy Shnnfcldrr, Ir« nr Wrigley, Martha II.Mvrr. Sue Kudisitl. Peggy Sullivan, HcUy Dillon. Joyce Havirr. Hrria lUxh. Lulu Shafran. nn Trunk. Katharinr Swope. Third How: Jill llituuicti, Retwiy Winstead. Juni.r Drcighncr. Ron Davi . Judith King. Mari-.n Run Imrr. Jcre Huouird. Pat Dr.-xr. Marlene Tongc. Darla Kulp. Carolyn Sliowaltrr, Nancy Corbitt. Fourth How: Carol Hoffman, Franri. Klmi. Ron Kcely, Kathryn Kalbach, Dorothy Dclwilcr, I’.it-y Meyers. English Club Enjoys Eull Program Slate Jetr Huzza rd. president, and Mr. Henry limber. adviser, pause for a nK.mrnt Iwforr commencing the evening program of Knglish Club. 104 Development of the manifold aspects of our native language and its related fields is the primary interest of the KtiglUlt Club. Throughout the year, the organization, advised by Mr. Henry Bucher, associate professor of Knglish. pursued this aim with entertaining programs. Highlights of the year included a spirited reading of Vachel Lindsay by Dr. I.. S. I.ingenfelter. an illustrated lecture on a tour of the British ! !«• . attendance of a performance of a Sbake |»earinii play, a lecture concerning the publishing business, ami a panel discussion of the dramatic significance of two (.itumnrd productions. Hngli»h Club president Jrir llu .ml consult with Myrj Jean Rrch-trl and Karen A bkjf. secretary and treasurer respectively. ..( the organization. rH First Kou : J»,eph Souiii, Kolx-it Bateman, David MrClinlnck. Krir Millrr, Rolrcrt W'urcham, Arthur t.corge. I).i r |ur1m J.,mr Johnson. Volt Y'ininp. Srcomt Fun : (iaylord Auwl, Dale Hamm. Sieve Zolmnij, (iary Bell. Jim Riley, Lloyd Ne ller, Scit . J « Will. L'1' Smell , Darryl Slrirkler, Kd Huruhcler. Ritchie Moorhead, Dennis Wade. Harold Royer, John Bowlsbcy. IA Society Provides Services to College Aiding tla- development of a professional altitude in the prospective teacher and rendering valuable service to the college whenever possible arc the principal purpose of the Industrial Arts Society. Membership in this organization is open to the faculty and students in the Industrial Art Department. Chairman of the Industrial Arts Department. I)r. Hurl Oshurn. was the adviser of the group, which was headed by Art George, president: Kuherl Warehnm. vice-president: Dave MeClinlocii. secretary and Krie Miller, treasurer. A discussion ol plans for project capture the interest ot I Society manlier . Art (irorge. president of the Industrial Am Society, conduct an illu-trated lecture. 105ICG Busy With llills, Laws, Meetings lli ii.i Ka-rli, if cr cutty. and Mari' Heinrich. ticr-firrsidrnt. x-™ to dll'll hi .ilmut th»- Christmas candy they’re goini: ro •••II . . . and cal. laiokillfi vrr die selection of Christina 111 lid) In In- « ld air I)r. Hiilunl KeJIrr. ttdiiser; Hill Sheri . fircsidrnl and Paul Sharpies'. treasurer id ICC. As an affiliate of ilu social studies department, (lie Intercollegiate Conference on Government provided students with a practical acquaintance of parliamentary procedure and the operations of government. A major part of the organization’s activities consisted of preparation for the regional convention at Buckncll I niversily and the state convention at liar-rishurg. These conclaves were modeled after a National Congress. The niemliers presented and debated hills in readiness for the model legislature. Throughout the year the group sponsored several speakers of political science interest. Practical experience was gained by some of the mcmliers as they participated in local elections. Financing of the two trips of the organization was provided by rummage sales in l-nncaster. a Christmas candy campaign, and the movic-dance combinations on campus. Serving as the club’s adviser was Hr. Milliard Keller, professor of social sludiis. tint How: lleiiy Andrew-, loyeo Ikivirr, Man- ileiniieli. Dianne Afan|iielie. Paul Sharpless, Herta Ka ch. Second How: Kay Hcploplc. an |y u Slmwalter, Dunne Hover. Helvy Dillon, Huh MrlW. Mike Denny beeper, Pal') Meyer . Charlotte Srhanm. Mary Ann Sprenklc, Judie CsMiur. Tin main purposes of the mathematics club of Millersville, Mu Kappa Mu, an- to foster a greater understanding of, ami an appreciation for. mathematics, to make secure the high place of mathematics among the other sciences, to interest high school students in pursuing the study of mathematics at Millersville State College, and to afford opportunity for discussing the many interesting features of various mathematical subjects. The membership consisted of all students who majored, minored. or were interested in mathematics. Besides sponsoring a mathematics conference in the spring, the ineml»ers held a Student Center dance ami enjoyed various movies and s|»eakers in their interest field. Mr. Samuel Wallace, associate professor of mathematics, served in the capacity of adviser. Mu Kappa Mu Holds Conference ii interested group ••( mathematics students liarn clotty whiter Samuel Wallace, fir a How: Martha Criftith. Pal Axe, Barbara Rogers. Kathy Wdltr. Nancy Wolfe, Hetty Tiirkltrimrr. Second How: Janet MiFt.ine, Inula Connolly, Lucy l.ubowiceki. Joan Groff. Brenda Sloop, Marion Rucchncr. Judy Gay, Barbara Anderson Third How: Garol Wisniewski; Nancy Roerckel. Ellen Collnun, Barbara Webber, Bill Grove, Lonnie Stoll, Peggy Porath, Anne Siracuw, Sheila Golundrcck. fourth How: Stanley NVcrner, Fred Cover, Harry Loh". Jr., Rarhara Dunn, Ko-ider. JoAnn Mace, Glenda Mct.Icary, Sylvia Hinkle. Kathryn Saylor. Rnrlwra Sellers, Ned Knisely, John Eystcr. IjOnny Seitx. fifth How: Jume- McMullen, Ro - Buchnun, Erl Hine, Eugene J.iutr. Ron Shcrtzer.tint How: Lorraine Smith, I’at Axe, Nettie (aihrn, loin Nn kl.iu , Jim Kunck. It.nlura Rnern, Sue Renduiw, laurainc Hay -'. Second Hou•: Bottnir Ament, Richard Miller, l-irrv Orwh, Wilbur Ainand, Donald Kauffman. Kiclurd Firrirht, Mike Mritalr, Thonut Amidon, Stanley Miller, Karle Shaw, Lonnie Seitz, Wayne Walter . Eminalou Zimmerman, Joan ('.ruff. Willy Ley Ventures Roddy Programming The Roddy Scientific Society is un organization for student. having a keen interest in science. Revived in 1956 to honor the late II. Justin Roddy, the organization state a its purpose the development and expression of talents that arc valuable to both the scientific and teaching worlds. The outstanding event of the year featured Dr. Willy, noted space and aeronautics authority, as part of an all-college assembly. One of the other highlights in the year's program was the nnuul High School Science Night held in April. Invited to participate in the event were young science enthusiasts from the Millersville service area. Climaxing the list of projects for this school year was the field trip to the northern regions of laincaster County in the spring. The trip was under the direction of Dr. John Price of Franklin and Marshall College. Mr. Harold Weirich, assistant professor of natural science, and Mr. John Roth, associate professor of natural science, were the co-sponsors of the organization. Fred Shunrr and a visiting high «chool «tudrnt wail for an autograph from Willy lory, noied rocket expert. who conducted a lecture for tcirnce student in the area. After a meeting of llie Roddy Scientific Society, everybody iiu tlr for coffee jnd doughnut . 108First Rou-: Sandra Fidyk, Knlirrl King Uollio Fink. iVnni Simmon, ISullivan, l-inda l n|CC"|--. Jean Minl»-n. Sue June . Second Row: Janet Mrlljnr, Sandy Slminplin. Uremia Klc , Fred (lover. Kon Kerly, Fd Goodluit. Pat» Mryrr . Jim Kiddle, William Watkins John Kylee, Dave Hipp, Hrrtu K.imIi. Social Studies Club Hears Guest Speakers Various guest sjtcakers, pertinent movies, a College Bow quiz. and trips to locations of historical significance high lighted the programs of the Social Studies Cluh in its en dcavor to stimulate wider interest in socialized field o social studies. These fields included history, economics political science, sociology, and anthropology. Faculty lead ership was provided by l)r. George Young, professor o social studies. Plans (nr a trip ! • New ork City are aired in thi informal discussion. While l.inda lamgcope,, and Dnllie Fink. tier-president, ealrdl rreord idea lor propram , Jean llud»on. represenlrtiite-aidarge; IVkkv Sullivan, historian; Denni Simmon . president, and Boh Kinp. represen totit r at-tar e, formulate them.Fir i Now: Julir l!r«k. (.jiI Bennett. Jolunu.i Stalder. Joyn- Itri liilnll Marine Snyder. l)ori» SarnU. K»»ie Miller. Nancy Shreiner. Sreotui Hon - Judith Hanna, I.ynn lli lm |ui l. Joan Cetnntrl, Jjekir Butlerwoith. I miim- Workinjjcr, Jeanne Oswald. Mary Kothemicl, Saadie Kuni-ry, ''•indy Steinntet . Nancy Moyer, Mutiny Slur (dry. Lucy Myn Sandy Neil, Ik.ri- Vverill, Janet Witter. Special Ed Club Groin up Rapidly Con er»u!io» in «mull y;ri a|i« follow the |,u j|„.kw the SjM-eial ion Cluh. nieetinj; of The development of internet ami endeavor in the firltl of special education is the chief aim of lh« Special Ed-ucalion Cluh. In order to accomplish this goal, the group sponsored various films, guest speakers and field lri|»s as meeting programs. Uso on this year's agemht were the construction of a Homecoming display and service projects for the Child Development Center in Lancaster. The organization used the facilities of the Special Kducaliott Building on campus under the guidance of Dr. James Becker, professor of education and psychology, and Miss Kdith llapp. assistant professor of education and psychology.ICl .iI.imi; of ihr traditional pinala bring laugh from un-mlier of the S|unish interest group at thr Ghri tni.i party. Recognizing the iiared for an understanding of foreign peoples .Hid their cultures. the Xeiiophile Society was formed at MSG. Xeiiophile was derived-from the Greek meaning “love of foreign culture . Open to all mcmlx-rs of the student body, the society realize the importance of the growth of the individual in the affairs of foreign culture . I lie Xeiiophile Society, under the udvisership of Dr. Theodore Hupp and the other modern language faculty members, has lieguii many new and interesting projects this year. One of these projects was the presentation of foreign films for the student bod) and people of the surrounding communities. Another activity was a New York trip, which included a visit to the United Nation . The organization helped to finance this trip hv selling camlv and sponsoring record dances. Goodies picked from th«- pinat.i are etij"? by Xrnophilc members. Xemtpliile Slums Foreign Filins Hi m Nou : l{»silind Liolico, Gloria I Cent , llarbaia Girvin, Garni Galliii . I.inda Gonnolly, Sue Kudoill, Kli .ibctb Younxer. Kathy Dick'). Sr,oN,I Now: l)..ri Ck.flu. Sally Ringlaben, Joyce Rusrvrar, Judith Kins. Haul Griffin. I.inda Lorni on l.uba Slufran. Joanne Gaul curl, Kathleen Adam . Third Now: Keith Mirkley, Ken Gerluirt. Ullie Wiles. Mam Ehersolr. Dot tie Drtwiler. Sue llranhlev. Pat Burkhart. It.iv Slough. Bill Chaiulx-p.. Robin Kegerise. Joanne Arcangelo, Sue Armstrong, Judy Kelly. Barium Mosser.ACEI Again Aids Heart llaven Kids An discussion of elementary tcarliiny: methods priw-do u meeting ol ACEI. The Association for Childhood Kducation lotcrmition-nl is .1 organization of students and in-service teachers. Its purpose; is to work for the well-being of children through the education of prospective elementary teachers. I ho major activity for tin year was the weekly isit hy members of the club to Heart Haven in Lancaster to tell stories to and play games with the children there. Last Christmas all members of the club bought and packaged presents which were then delivered to the children of Heart Haven in time for the Yule season. Featured at the monthly meetings were music demonstrations. discussions concerning such topics as the guidance in the classroom, a panel discussion on student teaching, and a movie of tin- kindergarten of Millers-villc's laboratory school. The campus organization also sent representatives to tin- state conferences and to the national conferences in the spring. Guidance for the group was provided by the adviser. Miss Charlotte Good, assistant professor of education. hirst How: Judith W.roller. Kay Stratford, Brabant Ihtran, Margie Snyder. Diane Kncrr, liarbara Mn-cr. Ann MtiS'diniin. Dottic Snyder. Second How: Virginia King, Eielyn Baker, Diane YVi-e, Glenda McGh-.iry. Garni Mucln-am, Kay (.allan. (.and Kuhline. Joyce Miller. Third How: Sandra H.irri-on, Belly Tiirkln-inier, Judy Myei-, I’at Hroser, Nancy How, l.ynn Miller, Eli alteth Younytrr, Deri Sami'. Kulbunn Aoun«, Gloria Bent . Lynn Jintkito, Joan Boom-. Fourth How: I.oi» Stifller. Barbara It indy, Helen V-bury, Deri- Holley. F.«dr Miller, Ronald Suavely. Linda l.oreiusoR, (.and Lamb. Barbara Heinbaeb. Garol LaMi.n, Judy Boorman. Carol I'.imous Dorrie llon«bik . Filth How: Barhau l)avcn|K rt. Bonnie Ruble, Kan-n l.tickenhach, Itrowyn Owens, Barbara Sellers Darla Kul| , Dorothy Krueger. Veda Noel, Jean Wells. Sylvia Hinkle, Mary Schoell, Martha Mi-r . Barbara Croyle, Barbara Erwin, Jon Whittle. Bat Sauer. Laura Jean RUsiiiyier. Nunr.y (Juig-ley, Jerilyn Ocb'. Harriet Kolilbrenncr. Barbara Hew, Sandra Murphy, Kyvrle Barik.i', Sylvia Hauer. Bitrlniia Kielil, Kathryn .iylor.  Annual High School Day PSEA Feature Discussing the merits of rnJKJ im- on education found in the library arc Doris Holley, Margie Wentz. president of ihr • ampii chapter of Siudrnl Pennsyh vania State Education Association. and Glrnda McCleary. To inform prospective teachers about their professional activities and to amuse enthusiasm for teaching are the duul purposes of the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. Featured programs were a panel on student teaching, a skit on classroom discipline and films. Other activities scheduled for the year's agenda included the Cider Pour on Parents’ Day, a Saturday night movie-dance and the annual High School Day in April. High School Dav is held for the purpose of acquainting high school students from the surrounding areas with various as| ocl of life at Millers-ville. The program is executed by means of planned tours, luncheons, lectures and discussion groups. Faculty advisers of this professional organization were Dr. Hurt Dunmire, professor of education, and Mr. Robert Kuthart. associate professor of mathematics. PSEA member Judv Kolmer, Don Sami and Glenda MrCIrary formulate plan for a program. First Hoir: Barbara Seller . Carolyn l.ulx, lads Kirkpatrick. Gayle Keely. Eli abrlh Younger. Sue Jone Srrond Hou: Martha Shoop. Bunny Sharpley, Lynn l|nlmi|iii t. Janet CjprioMi. iK.ri verill, Kathleen Adams Betty l.uckhcimcr. Karen l.uckenbarh. Nancy (Juipley, Koltcrta Gromling, Don Sami . Third How: Carolyn Manning. Barbara Beyer, lad Kuhnnaii, Betsy Allen. Kathy Koon . Stanley Miller, Margaret Went . Su anne Wcidemoyer, Bonnie llempel. Judv Boorman, Mary Ellen Fdrow. Shirley Jarob , Sue S.iuter. Fourth How: Johanna l.ambonc. Bronwyn Owen Beverly June . Ella Mae Baiiiett, Janire Breighnrr, JoAnn Mace, Barbara Doran, Doris Holley. Sylvia Hinkle, (.Irnila Me-Gleary, Gail Bennett, Edna Nichols, Laura Jean Kissinger, Pat Aureiitx. Barbara Dunn, Margie Snyder, Ellen Brownmiller. Nancy Cnrhilt, Janet MoBane, Nancy Grove, Barbara Bindy. Iri Schick. Linila Perry. 113■1 First Row: Cinie’r Kelly. Barbara Pucker. iKin.ih) Snyder, nn Metzger, Btrlura M"s»rr. Second Row: Sally Hu .. Suu Holliman, lion Grillet, Kathy Neylurl, J.inr I'liillii . Canterbury Club Unites EpiscojxiUans A meeting place for the interest of Episcopal students at Millersville is the Canterbury Club. Lead by chairman Dottie Snyder, this small group fulfdlcd its aim of Christian fellowship l» sponsorship of Communion services held in the Methodist Church. Programs such as a lecture by a rabbi concerning his view of Christianity. film on Vustralia, and a joint discussion with the Lutheran Student ocintion on Science ami Religion furthered this worthy goal. Mr. Robert Lyon, assistant professor of art. served as faculty adviser, while Reverend Douglas Kemsley, assistant priest at St. James Kpisco-pal Church in Lancaster, was the clerical adviser. Revitalized EUR Club Joins Church Croup I In’ L angelical Uniter! Riethreu Club was one of the seven religious groups at Milleisville State College reorganized in I960, the El R Club slri e to unify and strengthen the Itelicfs of its members. With this goal, the organization lists as its purposes growth in the Christian faith, maintenance of contact with the Evangelical United Brethren denomination, and development of a closer contact among all religions. I he organization, open to all students, faculty membera and campus stall of the sponsoring faith, was under the guidance of Dr. William II. Duncan, director of admissions. Christian guidance for the group was provided by Shirley Jacobs, president: Carolyn Lutz and Bruce Celtic, first and second vice-presidents: Prances W ierman, secretary and Nancy Ros . treasurer. First Rou: RuthAnn IJoyd, Nancy Crovr. Mary Ellen Ketrnw. Bruce Getllr, Shirley Jocoli . Cjmlyn l.ut . KKi Hank . Second Rou: t.-iry H. II. Turn l)j ie . |)jm- Mill First Him France, Domth) .ii'ulrr, Janet Woodrow, How Mjri.ili.m. Mini Slulizfas. Joan (,ibv»ti. Snonii Him N'anry Wentzcl, Diane Kncrr, Nancy Kttllow, Bonita Mali.ilar. Sandy Row. Leggy Gould, lb,r«a Hortner, Ethel Mu wr, Kiitli KlincdinM. Third How: Barbara SrcItriM. Dr. Micbucl Kovach. adtiset. la-on Gile. Marijanr Ilascltine. I.inda Kauffman. Jim la-amaii, (.ail Brniicil. Bonnie IliwixJ, Beatrice Kaolin, Nancy Bennett, Fourth How: Jim K.mck, Birhard Miller. Barbara Sanford, Ju I Wendlcr, Sue K.iylrr, Ruth Siuncakc. Beverly Robert . Bruce William , Dan Furry, Jay Kulji. Edward Hoover, Loi Wheeler, Vnna Mae Snyder, Helen A»bury. Joyce Wise, Judy Bloc Iter. Fifth How: Gene Eichellterttor. John llarllr, Don Kauffman. Joanne Deillinyter, Bel ey Shallower, Weekly Bible Study Conducted by 1VCF A national inter-denominational and evangelical campus organization, the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship lias its purpose1 in acquainting students with Jesus Christ and in strengthening tin- personal faith of Christians. In order to achieve this worthy endeavor, the; group sponsored Ronald Hartman and Hard Kichelherger. both of Lancaster, to aid in conducting weekly Bible studies during the year. A representative of Jack Wertzen’s Word of Life Camp in New York was also scheduled as the center of one of the year’s special programs. All of the programs on the agenda of l CF arc planned to give emphasis to prayer, the study of the Bible, and the individual's spiritual service in his everyday life. Jim Leaman, president: I.eon Gile. vice-president; Linda Kauffman, secretary : Marijune Haseltine, mission secretary; and Bruce Robinson, treasurer, headed this organization of religious emphasis. I)r. Michael Kovach, assistant professor of social studies, was its faculty sponsor. LSA Programs Include Films, Books, Speakers Meeting every other Wednesday, the Lutheran Student Association attempted l help students spirituals through various tv|H of programs. Included among the programs were movies, pcaker . hook discussion , and Bible study. An outstanding speaker during the past year was l)r. John Falkcncr from Gettysburg I heological Seminary. S|ie«:ial events in which the Lutheran Student Association participated were the Gettysburg Vrea Lutheran Student Association Conference ami the North Atlantic Region Conference at Buck Hill Falls. The organization is composed mainly of Lutheran students attending the college, although any student who is interested in promoting Christian friendship and social life on campus is welcome to memhci hip. First Hou-: Chris Carnrsale, Brenda Lr hrr. Lynn lli»|iiit|ui t, Carol Rrc-r. I.inda F«m. Sandy Sluller. Betty I urUi« im«T. K.iilo Dickey, Klizjlx-th Younger. S«ond How: I-iur.i Kivinger. Jean Wells. Sally Decry, David Alllsm-'. J »v.. ICttclill-ill. Ki-luol French . Lois Furhman. Ia i Kirkpatrick. Third How: Dolly Krueger. Mary Shaffer. Joann Cl«u er. Nina I'a Inter, Margie Went . Julie llnimhach. Eugene Mante, loirrv Reynold . Mr. Charlc Lord, ndiiirr: Beverly Jones. Joyce hrwin, Barbara Erwin, Margie Snyder. Helen Buckler, I'eggy Jone . Kay Stratford.V Firo Row: Barbara Drach. Carole Keller. Sherry Rr.--r. Elizabeth Augustine, Judith Kkik. Mary True . Freda Elmer. Phyllis Lewi . Aj.ryl Emery. Second Row: Su i Holtzman. Joan Giloon. IK.ri- lb.Iley, E» ie Miller. Nancy Benn. Sue Arm-Iron . Glenda McCleary. Sylvia Hinkle. Evelyn Baker, Ellen Brownniiller, Patti Kinp. Third Row: Jim Starr, Hill Chamber . MSM Plans to Form Local Church Choir Members « f the Methodisi Student Movement sponsored their first activity during the week of freshman orientation. A campfire for the college was held for the purpose of creating a closer relationship among the students. Other activities for the year included an informative lecture by a representative of the Peace Corps, scheduled movies, including films of a Russian trip taken by a Franklin and Marshall student, and a Christmas drama presentation. One of their present aim is the formation of a choir to sing in the Methodist Church of Millersville. The meeting- of the Methodist Student Movement were held twice monthly in conjunction with the student of Franklin ami Marshall College. Officers of this group were Judy King, president: Ellen Brownniiller. vice-president; Sue Armstrong. secretary : Glenda McCleary, treasurer. The adviser was Dr. George Ditlow. professor of industrial arts. Newmanites liaise Money for Center Students of Roman Catholic faith on Millersville’s campus find a collegiate supplement for the role of the Church in the activities of Newman Club. In bi-monthly meetings, the organization help- it- member to learn about the tenets and purposes of their Church in connection with the community. Father William Kline, the club’s clerical -ponsor from St. Joseph’s Parish in Lancaster, conducted numerous discussions to propogate this aim. I he organization was in the process of raising money to build the proposed ’’Newman Center of the Future." a display of which won a first prize in the Homecoming activities of 1%0. This year’s display, with a Civil War theme, won third prize. Sal Rodano. president; Ray Huhliert. vice-president: Dottic llonshiko, secretary: Roberta Dean, recording secretary; Barbara Rogers, treasurer and Margaret I as-ia, historian, guided the year's program while Mrs. Josephine Namit. memlicr of the nursing -laff. and Mr. George Kalchmer. associate professor of health and physical r-ducalion. acted in the capacity of advisers. Firu Row: Bobbie Dunn. Lucy Lubowircki. Harriet Kohlhrrnnrr. Second Row: Ko-emary Plate. .Sandra Onu-cluk. Suzanne Hulsi er. Shirley Roth. Rovmarie Po wiu. Sandra Shrimp!in. Third Row: Janr O'Hara. Penny Currie, Dottir Hon.hiko. Roberta Dean. Sal Rodano. Barbara Roger . Marge Ta«iu. Ann Siraruse. Penny Porath. Fourth Row: Dave Hi|»p. Harold Shiner. Henry DeMito. Dan DeSanli . Franco l.uca-h. John Clas». Tony Arri, J.din N. id. W alter Kliku-. Sladiek.i, John Stover. Gerald WVnder. Nick Nauumy. Earl Moore. Robert llait. i». Way nr S|-.n-eller. Have Martin.First How: Sally Lehman. Anna Lehman. Harriet Mange . Kothrrmcl, Deannc Buyer, Mary Kllen Krtmw. Scrond How: Kuren Lucked-lueh. Judi I’oomwn, l-iura Hi"ingcr. J« Ann Mace, Dari Holley. Suzir Ihdt uian. (.inny Denver, l.loyd, Nancy (Quigley. Third How: Alice Bollinger, Deanna Myer . Carolyn Dirt . Fanir Miller. Sue Armstrong. Barbara Cmyle, Paul Griffin. Bill dumber , I.«u. HInuch. Kalliryn Kalliach, Shirley Jacobs, Carolyn Sbowoller, Barbara He , Judy King, Nancy Schreiner. Campfire for Frosli Opens SC A Year Tile Student Christian Association is an inter-denominational organization devoted to the promotion of Christian fellowship. As is customary on the campus, the Student Christian Association began its year with a campfire for the freshmen. Through the year the club strived to fulfill its purpose by presenting topics of interest to its members. At Christmas the SCA sponsored all-college Christmas caroling. The year ended with the organization's annual all-college picnic. Advisers for this year were lb-. Catherine Keever, professor of biology, and Mr. John I.. Rorabaugh, associate professor of biology. Service to College Aim of DeMolay I he DeMolay club is affiliated with the Masonic order and provides various services for campus functions. Meml crs of the group sened as ushers, conducted community chest drives ami served as campus guides for conventions held at the college. I he group also sponsored a record dance during the year. Members of DeMolay pictured at a club merlin include I-re Pi «ano. Richard Kismiller. El wood Finley and Richard Kokat • seated). Standing are Ron Woljiid. Andy Dietrich. Barry Ijinn and Cary Smith.First Rou: Frank llu- h. Dun Sinilh. Han Heinrich. Dan Winner, Dave Winner. Second Rou Robert MiHov, l'.iul Mlhou r, Mike Mricali . IiiIiii ('.Iim, Joint Sauter, William Huntsman. Vets Club Gives Aid to Heart Haven An) former meml»« r of ihc Inited Staler Army, avv. Air Force, or Marines may find easy accessibility to companion--hip in this vigorous service organization. Hie campus' Veterans Club oilers its mcnilicrs a most unique brand of camaraderie. Lancaster's Heart Haven, to which tin- organization lia- usually made a sizeable financial contribution, was again the focal point of activities for this year. The annual donation is given in the interests of attempting to conquer heart diseases in children. The program of regularly-scheduled meetings revolved around discussions dealing with the mutual interests of ex-servicemen. Hans Heinrich, president; Dan Witnier, vice-president; Frank Ihisch. secretary; Donald Sinilh. treasurer: and Dave Witnier, chaplain: served as the club's executive committee. Mr. Itayuiomi Mullin. associate professor of heaftli and physical education, served as the group's sponsor. Rod and Gun Club ISoiv ISRA Member Tile Rod ami Oun Club serves as an outlet for the outdoor enthusiast. To promote good sportsmanship ami to educate ils mcnilicrs in the proper use and handling of firearms and other outdoor sports equipment are the purposes of this organization. Memliership i- ojien to any students having these particular interests. The organization planned hig-aml—mall-game hunting in the In-ginning of the school year ami fishing lri|is in the spring. During these outings, the members practiced the useful sporting lip- that they learned at their imuithl) meetings. For the first lime the Ibid and Dun Club became affiliated with the National Hide Association. The adviser i« Mr. Harold It. Weirich. uwstant professor of natural science. First Row: Frank Husrli, Dick Kokat, John Chiirlc- Parker. Jr.. Joseph E. Kobar. Tlioma Davies. Second Row: Ed Green, Itoln-rt Warrham, Wall Kliku . John Hills. Leroy Zeller . I jinny Soil .First Row: Karen Lu 'krnl ach. Gindy Gnm Jodi I’oornmn, Carolyn ( rini£. Kci-enury I'laic. J.iy Kul| . Roldiir Dunn. Nancy IJuinlcy. Second Row: Henry IhrMilu. Tony Acri, Kal Burnlirtcr. I,on N««tlrr, Dan DeSantis, Jim Kiddle, Nick Najiurny, Darryl Strirklrr, Charlotte S-haum, Carolyn Sfoowallrr, Carol Walker, Nancy Shreiner, Aljrcc Be»t, Shirley Roth. Young Democrats Aid Party Candidates To liriii}: various aspects of polities into campus life at Millrrsvillc i the expressed aim of the doling Democratic Club. Among the numerous activities sponsored by the organization to fulfill this purpose were a film entitled "The Right Man.” .1 display for Homecoming, periodic speakers discussing political problems, regularly scheduled symposium- on American politics and n joint debate with the Young Republicans. In order to gain valuable first-hand experience, the Young Democrats volunteered to .i-i-t Mayor Thomas Monaghan of Lancaster with the Democratic campaign during local elections. Adviser of the group "ns Mr. David t). Voigt, associate professor of social studies. Young Republicans Join in MSC Debate Memliers of the Young Republicans joined with the Young Democrats to sponsor a debate during the local election campaign which sparked discussion among students ami faculty on campus. Later, the group again cooperated with the Young Demos to show a pair of controversial films for the students. The GOP f lub showed "Operation Correction” while the other group presented "Ofieration Abolition.” All students interested in the activities of the Republican party were invited to join the organization, which has been in existence on the Millcrsvillo campus for four years. Mr. Charles Lord, associate professor of social studies, was the faculty adviser. First Row: David Ilipt . Mateia Berlin. Bill Watkins. Srcond Row: Leo Shelley. Mr. ( liarle Lord, adviser: Gerald Collin .First Hon-; Alycr Best, Sandra Shaffer, Eileen Ei««Mlcin, Jeaneiie Mull hew. Sheila Golomlio-k. Nancy Weni el. June Whilnry, Sue RudiMlI. Shirley Jacob . Second Hon lUrhuru Dunn. Ellen Brownmiller, Betsy Sandone. Paul Merchel. Murcia Berlin. Juniie Itrriglinrr, Cindy Gurnr, Burhuru Bemttrin. Helen Aabuiy. Third Row: Su an Jone . Janie? Farrier, Paul Griffin, l)jlr G mmI, Lou . e»tlrr. Francis Klmi. Darryl Stride-ler, Jim Tlmina . Norma Beni , Jackie Butlerwortli, Harriet Hawthorne, Man Ellen Fetrow, Jane! Mr Bane. One-Acts Feature Citamard Activity Citamard is devoted to the promotion of drama on Millcrsville’s campus. Meinliership is open to and comprised of students interested in all phases of dramatics from acting to costuming. Through the organization members learn the problems and solutions of stage production. This experience will Ik- invaluable in continuing interest in community or school dramatic work after graduation from MSC. This year Citamard was very active. Through the meetings all the members of the organization obtained acting experience by taking part in pantomines and charades. Besides presenting “The Browning Version" by Terence Rat-tigan anil “The Lesson" by Eugene Ionesco during the first semester. Citamard participated in Homecoming with a lloat which won third prize. Also, the organization made preparations to join a national fraternity and has joined the American Education Theatre Association. As has been the practice in past years. Citamard presented the annual Drama Day. which attempted to stimulate and aid high school drama. Under the capable advisership of Mr. Cameron I). Iseman. members were urged to assume as much responsibility as | ossihle for the play productions.pint Row: David Allhouse, Bjrr) Luring. M. I.jitv Blull. Donald Callriulir. Karlc Shaw. Second Row: Mr. Hugo Fioru, ad viter; John Hartman. KH llrwtn, John Niod, John Vitt . Cary Bell, Mr. Robert Hosteller, adviser. Providing decorations for many activities on tin campus was the Technical Arts Club (formerly the Theatre Arts Club I. The group also acted as an auxiliary club to Citarnard l assisting with theatrical productions. The members worked behind the scenes of these productions on the pro|i$, scenery, wiring, lighting, uml sound effects. The services of the organization also included special projects for the community of Miilcrsvillc. At meetings held on the second Thursday of each month, the Technical Arts Cluh made plans for two record donee-, an annual club picnic, dance decorations, including the Varsity Drag and Spring Fling, and operation and staging (if lights for the Dolphin Show and Spring Talent Show. Advising the group in its activities was Mr. Robert Hostetler. assistant professor of industrial arts, and Mr. Hugo Fiora of tile IA department. Neiv Name, New Aim For Technical Arts President M Larry Itlaii (center) linen closely lo a committee re|M»ri (riven 1» Barry Ijoring, secretary I left I. Rfljxinc members u( the Toelmteul Art f.'uli ditcu-s problem- ■( slujre crafl.First Row: Maty llricc, Barbara Andor-on, Ann Whinler, Joan Suydam, Marie Brvvon. Joyce Reynolds Gurole WViljul, Harluru Fox. Judi Kh-lurds Jeanne Oswald. Sandra Grartrr, Joan Gmfl. Judy Lear. Second Row: l.ynii Kirli. Sullir Adams Sue I'hrich. lairuinc Kcin, liar-bar.i Cirvin, Sharon Fry I inn. Juan GcmnieJ, Gail K«-r| . Sandra Slirini|din. Sue l)unla| , Bar burn Draper, Sandy Franklin. Third Row: I'ojefey FiMiie, Sue Ann Mrllingrr, Julie Slu nk. Sandy Neil, IJnda flroylr, Kdi D. we, Barbara Wuer cb. A'alarie Andrew , Bubbi Marshall. Janet Sluxip, Alary Joyce Kuhn . Sally Singer, Ginny Hall. Fourth Row: Sylvia Hauer. Bunny Sluirpley. S.hnllin . Ginger Kelly, I’hoebe Rudy, Bobbie Dunn, Judy Eliernunn, Kathy Fandrrtli. Jjnire Leptieli, Gay Gochenauer, Sally Winter, Judy Stout. Thror •itiiliriK mermaid wen- D d|diin Gluh officer tlii -year: Sandy Franklin, treasurer; Sylvia Hauer, historian; Mary Brice, president: Julie Shrnk. vice-president, and Joan Germnel, secretary. Dolphin Club Scores Another Hig Hit Another successful water ballet was recorded this spring by members of the Dolphin Club. Their annual aquacade presented scenes from a daily newspaper and was billerl as "EXTRA! WET!” Mr Nik-1 Dor wart of the health and physical education department advised the club iti it show with the assistance of Marianne Cantwell, a former president of the MSC Dolphin Club. New members arc added caell year by the Club which is now a member of the National Synchronized Swimming A-social ion. The program enables more than iV) coeds to participate in a college athletic activity.A7r»f How•: Joanne Arcangelo, I arulc Freed. Ju«l Moose, Julie Rom, Paula Kuzovirh, Pal Ku nvidi. Hu Bower . IVWy Foote. Jan.- Cllbetl. Judi Bichunl- Second Hi w: Barham iirrsch, Sandra (iraeler. Janet Cupriolli. Joyce Weaver. Pal S hank. Sue Schank. Margie Gilder- •leevr. Beverly Tn»l«ya Joyce Reynolds Sally Winter. Jean Tarantino. Third How: Penny Peir ol, Joan Horatrttrr. Linda Heck. Bobhir Marsh.ill, Kalh) Undreth. Sharon Brunnmg. Barbara Tulryu. lien.- Wallace, Judy Ehrmann. Debbie Phillips Julie Shank. Mary Ma imillu. (•ns (i.irhenauer. Mi Isihelh llu.tnii. advistr; l.ynn Kirk. Janie- Lcplic. Nancy Brubaker. Cheerleaders Form Club lor Frosli, Sophs School spirit on llic Millersvillr campus was given an extra boost ibis year as a result of the formation of the Cheerleaders’ Club. Ml freshman and sophomore women who comprised the organization were given the opportunity to gain experience in cheering at specified athletic events. Participation in the club for two years makes the members eligible to try out for the varsity cheerleading squad. The newly formed organization, which was conducted by memliers of the varsity eheerleading team, was advised by Miss I sain-lie Huston, assistant professor of library science. K netting: Beverly Trodey. Janei Capriotii. Margie Gilder-•leeve. Joyce Keyu ld«. Sandy Grader. Standing: Ih-lme, Hehrer. Joyce Weaver. Pal S hank. Sue Schank. The Schank twins. Sue anti Pal. |«.m- with marauder Bemie Sanlnnielln Is-fore a big game. 123 First How: Mike Becker. Henri DeMiio. Hemic S.inlonicllo, Nut Tac,cliino, I’liil Kuisci. I'ony Am. (Jar) Miller. Second Hou : Getuld Itren tier. nlhony Dil'ielm, Robert Springer, Kirk llilzelbergcr. Duvr Grutnhinr, Bill Grove, Jerry Kunkle. Stuart Meyer son, Gary Jones, Jack Sluub. Dan- .Schrefller, Mall llitppr. Bill GuHu lier. Third How: Al .Miller, Toni S|-»mniKl»,I Robert Aroiisolm, Duncan Appleby, Bill MrNomre, Robert F.hlinan, Dmny I-ecpcr. A controversial point r pondered by Varsity Club athlete . Projects Kee ) MVC Busy All Year Long All mule athletes who earned a varsity letter are eligible fur membership in the Varsity Ciuh at Millersville. To be fully inducted into I he organization, however, these varsity winners must pass a rigid initiation program, after which the members are awarded a black ami gold Varsity Club key. Kach senior member of the varsity football team receives as a gift a gold tie bar. Funds arc raised by means of publishing and selling sports programs, operating the refreshment stand at the football games, managing parking facilities during regular campus events, anti ushering at hu'kethnll games. The accumulated funds are used to encourage general athletic interest: defray the cost of athletic awards; and s|mnsor the annual Homecoming Dame, the Varsity Drag. Selected as this year's theme for the semi-formal dance was the "Blue and Grey." Carol Bererr. a visiting jlunina, pure haves a liu-krili.ill program from Varsity Clubber Nat Tar-rhino and Boh Cillirrt. 124First How: Put 5m-hunk. Sandy Sluinfeldrr, Dawn Sherman. Charlotte Schaunt. Jane Knilry, Sue Schank. Second How: Joycr • over, Barbara Webber. Dolores Rotifer. Kutli Ann Spancake, Carol Walker, Judy Fox. Women's Varsity Club Honors Coed Athletes I’he Women's Varsity Club accept«;d into membership any woman who canted u letter in either field hockey or basketball. After receiving an invitation for membership, every pledge bad to successfully complete one week of strenuous initiation. The organization served to give recognition to women athletes beyond that given by the athletic committee. The purposes of the club are In expand social contacts, to promote sportsmanship and to develop group loyally. The Miirauderette served the college and expressed their goals by acting as coat checkers at dances ami basketball games. Highlighting the year's activities were the Christinas Twirp Dance and annual picnic. Co-advisers of the group were Dr. Mary K. Dixon, professor of health and physical education, and Mrs. Kathryn Hill, instructor of health and physical education. Varsity Club iikimImi Nancy Wolfe and o0krr» Dawn Sherman, vice-president: .Sandy Shunfrlder, treasurer and Charlotte Schautn. president, examine schedule for future event . Dawn Sherman and Charlotte Schaunt check with a •mile .!• part of their club dull---."On the road ... it never retreats and never stops."- Mi!ler vi!le FOOTBAIJ. RESULTS ? Kj«I Mf.iii.Klitiri' 37 Millersvillc 20 |{ .inilolpli'Marnri 12 Millersvillc 0 K u: i »wn .. - 7 Millersvillc ... 6 We t C ,h« i« r 56 Millersvillc 18 • boy i x 6 Millersvillc 26 I rrnlon 0 Millersvillc 26 • ivinv§i •. - . - Man-field 6 Millersvillc . 31 Montclair 14 Gridders Record 4th Winning Year in Rote Ted Koterwas 21 •. anil Car! Ro:zkow»ki 601 wrap ihrir arm around a Rand'dph-Mai on l .ill carrier a Baldo Boccalxlli t75 prepare- to add the finishing touch. For the fourth straight year the Millersvillc Marauders emerged from their season with a winning team. After playing confused hall in the first four games. the team caught fire and went on to grah the remaining four and a note-worthv 5-3 record for the season. The unity, the hustle, and the ardent desire to win in the last four games cannot he minimized, for they provided not only a winning log hut also a season Millersvillc fans will not soon forget. The team “hampered l injuries, hut read) for action" (Coach George Katehinert opened the season at Giflels It.ive It red 23). reserve quarterback •( the Marauders. gain on a keeper play despite l eing rlta-ed by a (hrynry player. The Marauder squad included. First Ron: Henry DcMito. Ilowie Fy.ick, Tony Acri. ltd. Metros. Jim Slouch. Boh Faliidi. Red Smith. Marlin Hetrick. .Second Row: Sieve Fotnadd. Phil kaiser, ( arl Rouknw ki. Ray Iiritchlield. Nat Tacchioo, Tom Work. Ceorjie Allman, Bill Liuri-. Jake Eckcnrodc. Wayne Spon ellrr. Third Ron : Ted Kolerwas. Fran la-rro. Don Tesla. Gerry Snyder, Sam Thompson. Dick Mad er. Dennh|ier. Chuck Sander. Rollo Snyder. Tony DiPietro. Top Row: Jerry Kunkle. Harry Nelson. Joe Borcabrlla, Hemic Santanicllo. Garry Bowman.Montclair complete a pas tie-pile the effort of Frank James 39) and Iloh Me an ». hut the Marauder won the game handily. 31-14. Field against a highly-regarded Fast Stroudsburg, but they did little to dent Fast Stroudsburg's rating as they were hehl to a total offensive gain of 99 yards. Result: a 3• • defeat. Still stinging from the opening defeat, the MiHeraville squad returned home in an attempt to even its young record. Showing at times the power and precision of which it was capable, the team came from a 12-7 deficit to go ahead in the last ten minutes for a 20-12 win. The following away games with Kutztown and West Chester saw the Marauders at their worst os the highly favored Millcrsville gridders bowed to Kutztown in a frustrating 7-0 loss and did little to tarnish the powerful Golden Rams of West Chester, losing in a lopsided 56-6 decision. The following week before a rain-drenched crowd, the Millcrsville eleven played the unhospitable host to the injury-riddled Chcyncy State College by thrashing their guests in a U -f romp. Significantly, this was the turning point in the season as the Marauders combined the determination, the confidence, and the effort that Trenton. Mansfield, and Montclair later found insurmountable. Complete with its own hospital list (Tony Acri. Ray Critchficld, Henry DeMito, and Carl Roszkowski) packing their new-found spirit, the Millcrsville squad travelled to do battle with Trenton. Featuring the outstanding play of Bernie Santaniello, Harry Nelson, Jake Eckcnrode, Jim A M;in»held back breaks loose but Phil K.«i er 71» inaitc the tackle a moment Inter after a short gain. Three fine Marauder linemen were Steve Foraadcl, Iternie Santanielln and Kjv Critrhfield. The Marauder board of -trateg) tin- ear included George Katchmer, head coach: Art Hulme. hackfield coach and Gene Groff, line coach.Kill Cummins 20 leap oxer woubbbe tackier to register u big gain against Kantlolpli-Mucon. Ctrl Kus kovs-ki ami Tony Aeri won- the Marauder co-c«ptain» in 1961. Hi,. Spaulding brothers I alr and Deskin and Harry’ Nelson, undwichnl between them, were teady jM-rfonner all tuton. Bob Mesaro (II). with Jake Eckenrode providing interference, take oil on a jaunt again ! Mansfield. The chase is on. Slouch, utul Holt Mcsuros, the leant out-rushed. out-passed, and out-hustled the Trenton eleven in a 26-0 shutout. In the triosing two games of the season the Marauders continued their devastating assault upon the opposition leaving a tough Mansfield team none the better for the encounter (26-61 as Eckenrode exploded for three touchdowns. Nelson called his finest game, and Santaniello. unsurprisingly, played outstanding defensive ball. The Marauders then plundered Montclair's 1 I-game winning streak, heating them 31-11 and thus clinching a winning season. If anything characterizes the 1961 football season it was. perhaps, the number of noteworthy players which it produced. Among these were seniors: Acri, Nelson, Tony DePietro. Itoszkowski. Deskin and Dale Spaulding. Phil Kaiser. Santaniello, and Hollo Snyder. Their consistent and experienced play will certainly he missed next year. Fine performances also were turned in by Eckenrode, a sophomore. Slouch, u freshman, and Mesaros. a sophomore. Eckenrode led in rushing with 5.9 yards per carry and six touchdowns; he was closely followed by Slouch who had five touchdowns. The outstanding player, however, was Rcrnic Santaniello. All-State College Conference tackle, honorable mention on the Little All-America Team, and holder of Millers-villc’s Most Valuable Player Award. - Tie With Howard U. Highlight For Itooters (am- iplain- Kandy Bauer .md J'»r Frilrr. i ‘ Ji— r. hirst Row: Kill lurt, Kcrinil Hower. Kick llil rlberaer. Turn Duitlu. Mike lin ker, Chuck Zimmerman. Joe Binder. Strand Row: Run Snavely, I n Slmff. | ,H| CrilBn, I’liil Smith, Bob Arohnsohn. Vince Keagy, Joe Will. Jerry Brenner. Joe Bell, manager. Third Row: Mr. Frank Kafka, adviser: Mr. John H « er, couch; Don F-lK-n hude. Ron Supplee, Joe Tale. M Milli , Kandy Bauer. Bruce Krocck. Joe Feiler. Butch Coodhart. Knlx-rf ll.irtej., alncnl. “There will Im- oilier winning soccer loams in the years In come at Millersville. but you can be especially proud knowing that you were the first.”—Coach John llaser. These words of Millersville Stale College’s coach, delivered at the Fall Sports Banquet to w rap up that season's athletic activities, well described the notable record of the two year old varsity soccer. Early in the season, however, such sentiments were far from anyone s mind, for after the first four games the hooters were winless, losing their opening exhibition game with Mount Saint Mary’s College and having no better luck with Link Haven, the University of Baltimore, or East Stroudsburg. The away game at Lincoln I nivcisity finally broke the s|m II, however, a an improved and determined Millersville squad. I lead l veteran Kcrmic Mower’s two goals t grabbed a 5-3 victory. The following week, before a ruin-drenched Parent’s Day crowd, the Marauders blanked a strong Farleigh-Diek-inson team as Mower smashed in his third goal of the year. nn l sophomore Vince Kengy began what was to be a fine season as he broke loose for two quick goals in the final minutes of the game. After heating stubborn Callaudct I 1-2) and splitting with Susquehanna 2-3 and 7-0I. Millersville went on to tie nationally ranked Howard I nivcrsilv in a come-from-belliml team effort that was undoubtedly the highlight of the -merer season. One week later Patterson I niversity found the hooters equally capable as they lost 5-0. Hoagy adding the glorious touch with three goals. SOCCER RESULTS Milletsvllle u II . . , 4 Millersville 1 0 IJ, of Itjltimor ’ 5 Millersville SironfMiurx 2 Millersville 5 Lincoln U. .( Millersvdle 3 Falrlei»tli-Dickinson (ijlljUtlrl 0 Millersville 4 2 Mil|er v die 2 ii- |ti» h.ifinj :i Millersville 7 Sum|UtIij nn.i 0 Millersville 4 5 llowjrd If .. 4 Millersville Paltrnon fMalC 0 (lorry Brenner, left, use hi head lo ward off n k«mI by the t of Baltimore hooter . Marauder bootrr r»uj:h it up ill j •oriminagc session,I»tt. 'I wt E. Dixon. Coach. fint Row: Kay Kramer. jncy Thompson, Jam Kniley. Francis Yonce. D »ll P ireil«». It -t» William . Second Now: Sjndy Neal. Jean Weidcroyer. Claire AnlrN Rnmaim- l)e Hoff. Judy ba-our, lib Shafran, Itecky Fox. Donna Re«srl. Dee Kohler. Erl a Stauffer, (jrolyn Cirinx. manager. Millerwvillr goalie France Yonce llefl) prepare (or the nnrominx attack of three Maraudetettr during a practice cession. NoU dy‘ hurt and nobody loM a nickel, it'- jusl tl . |i.|d hockey team in a pre-game pep talk. Coed Hockey Team %r Sports 4-3 Lop Paced by senior co-captains Kaye Kramer untl Nancy riioitt|m n and veteran jtualic Frances A once, the women a field hockey team rreorded a Id mark for the I'Ktl season. Goals by Kramer. I.uha Shafran and Bftsy VS illiams gave the coeds their o| ciiiiig victory of the season, a 3-1 conquest of I.ehanon Valley. Gettysburg quickly halaneed the M. S. C. record in the next game l»y whipping the Maraudercttes, 3-0. The visitors scored three early goals ami hung on for the w in. In their first away battle of the season the women trimmed Dickinson. 2-1. as Jean Weidenmyer tallied a second-half goal to break a deadlock that had existed at halftime. Still unable to put together two straight wins, the women bowed to the Klizalielhtown team. 1-0 in their next engagement. The Elizaliethtown women enjoyed a remarkable season. The were undefeated anti unscored on. Millersville finally put together two fine games as Ship-penshurg bowed. 1-1, and Susquehanna was upended, 3-1. Against Shippensburg. Kramer and Weidenmycr divided the four goals between them as the Marauderettes won easily. Claire Antes took over the scoring load in the Susquehanna victory as she tallied twice. Kramer added the third goal. The second half was played in a heavy downpour, but the M. S. girls apparently were not bothered by the raindrojrs as they wrapped up the game after the intermission. A strong Muhlenberg team spoiled the VI. S. (!. finale by trouncing the M. S. C. crew, 1-0. The team was coached by Dr. Mary E. Dixon of the health and physical education department. FIELD HOCKEY RF.SU.TS Millrrsvillr 8 l.f-li.illoft Valley _ | Millersville 0 (jelly burg 3 Millersville 2 l)ickiiv-«n I 4 MUImviUc 0 Fli alx-ihtow n Millersville 4 Shippenshurir __ 1 MUIenvillc 3 SuMpiehanna 1 Millersville 0 Muhlenberg IMcihIm-i- «f I hr ISKiI rrm country ham included, First Row: Art Dre-elmr, Jim Morgan. Jim Graham. Kill Gallagher, Jim Kan Second Row: »ach Dick DeHart Dale Mcl’hcwon, Dave Woyurka. Kutly Krimley. Kcgls Barnhart. Mike Mrgale. Harriers Register 6 Straight Victories Millersvilie's cross country leant registered the l est record in tin history of the sport on the local campus by turning in a 6-1 log. After losing to West Chester in the season's opener, the Marauder harriers won their last six meets in a row. Against the Rams the Marauders were helpless ami were soundly trounced, hut they started their long victory string in the next meet as they out-ran Susquehanna 1 niversify 22-35. At Bowie only a fourth place finish hy the home team prevented the Marauders from a clean sweep off the race. Rusty Remale) and Dale McPherson were the heroes of the meet. The same duo repeated the next week as they paced MSC to a 25-32 triumph over Cheyney. Although Cheynry captured first and fourth places. Rcmalev took second and McPherson fourth. They received a big boost from senior Jim Graham who came in third. Depth told the talc of the win. Graham. Hcmalcy. and McPherson again led the way in the Marauders’ fourth straight win, a thrilling 28-29 verdict over the Delaware Aggies. The threesome look third, fourth and fifth places, and Dave Woyurka. Art Drencher and Jim Morgan picked up other counters to insure the triumph. Graham broke the home course record, finishing the five mile-, in 28:25 to lead the harriers to a 17-15 decision over Lincoln I nivcrsit) In-fore a large Homecoming Day crowd. The team then ended the season with a second victory over Susquehanna. 15-50. Coach Dick DeHart was in charge of the squad, his first year at the helm. CROSS COL YUtt RESULTS MUIcrovillr 50 Wert Chester 15 Milli-rsvilh 22 Stuquelunna 35 Millenwillr 17 Bowie 43 Millcrsvilh 25 Chevncv 32 Millenwille 28 Delaware Valle) 20 Miller-vilh 17 Lincoln U. 45 Millrr.vill 15 Su-iiui-lianiu 50 Millmvlllc thin! in Slate College Conference clnimjiion-hijw. -ly Kemaley ni|»» a Cheyney runner for econ J P a‘r ,n Coach Kt ii vim DkH M‘ Jini (ir.ihiui and Dave Woyurkj receive J rrtiM rmmfrv rmrli rf l|lini,r-ptinelic- in .1 noal from the (miiI lino. Coach Hir.iiAKit |)».lluu Marauders Make Sparks Hut Start No Fires The Millersvillc l n»kcll all team recorded ilv second mediocre campaign in a row by compiling a 7-15 log for llie season. Although I In record book- .sport a grim reminder, the games themselves were, for the most part, exciting. In both the Flizahcthtowu and Chcync) games the tension was high and the score nipped and lin ked until the end when the Marauders seemed to lack the spark to finish strongly. This proved to be a shortcoming which resulted in two close losses of ( ) to 68 and 65 to 61. When the team did click, they did so overwhelmingly, beating California 162 to IT. .Southeastern 166 to 75 and II. C. Teachers 106 to 510. Prnhahh the most advantageous result of the season was that Mike Kometa, Skip Benner and Jim Phillips gained added experience. Kometa, although only a sophomore, set a new scoring record for a sophomore season by breaking Johnny Parker's old record of 381 points by nine. Benner consistently proved himself to lie the spark plug of the leant exhibiting not only offensive baekeourt skill but untiring speed on defense. Phillips also displayed line basketball talent and should certainly gain added polish in his coming years. Art George, MSG’s captain. Ban Bell, Charlie Ferguson, Tom Weii ich. all seniors, will certainly he missed next year. The future outlook, however, could In bright. Conch Dick DeHart has a nucleus of Kometa, Benner and Phillips around which to build a team. Depending upon their development and the development of additional players will binge Millcrs-ville's success next year. Again, the outlook could be bright. Pint Him Jim I’liilllp . Art (hmine, ('hurtle Fituu»on, Bury Bell, (buy Day, Mike Koitirla, Duncan Appleby, mana rr. Srroiut Hon: Sk Benner, Inn Murv.iii, Fian l.u j»Ii. ( Inn k Smnlrr, Cy Yuiinyr, I .eon (Jile, Turn Finley, Toni Wririeli. •i.kTi Pick Dcllnrl. IPTram (n ituiii Am Ciionci. I'liillip. (ire- (took .............liner .1- Koinel.i uiui -S.imlrr net « •[ for poMililr reliounil. Skip Hrmier follow iliroucli after layup nn.iiii i Clieyney. Ilenner i .ill alone ami am -, up lor 11 bucket.Funs and players Mare a Tom Wcirich sink two. Mike Kometa (50) leap (or all imporlanl tup. Burry Bell fire a short »ei ,i Kometa un l Finley close In. 1%2 BASKETBALL SCORES Millersville 62 Millersville 77 Millersville 90 Millersville 71 Millersville f 8 Millersville 76 Millersville 68 Millersville 55 Millersville 63 Millersville 61 Millersv ille 75 Millersville 102 Millersville I0f Millersville 87 Millersville I0f Millersville 61 Millersville 58 Millersville 68 Millersville 77 Millersville 74 Millersville 61 Millersville 65 LaSalle 102 I). C. Teacher 17 Chcyncy 80 Elizabethtown 106 Lincoln 60 Kutztnwn 87 Chcyncy 69 Shippenshurg 67 Mansfield 77 Elizabethtown 65 West Chester 89 California 17 Southeastern 75 East Stroudsburg 93 I). C. Teachers 80 Hloonisburg 79 Shippenshurg 66 Mansfield 91 East Stroudsburg 72 West Chester 86 Hloonisburg 80 Kutztown 87 Women Post 3-4 Log in An Exciting Season Millersville 1962 SCORES 13 Ship|ieoshurg 15 Millersville 21 Elizabethtown 33 Millersville 51 Gheyney 26 Millersv ille 26 la-ban on Valley 24 Millersville 25 Gettysburg 55 Millersville 10 Muhlenberg ... 18 Millersville 30 Lebanon Valiev .. 29 ll-. lip Jnd in a two MUImvillr cagcr anxioudy .wail the result. Although only right veterans returned in nil effort to repeat the fine showing of last year's women’s basketball team, the lark of experience was easily overcome by a hurtling, aggressive brand of hall that provided many a thrilling game for the increasingly devout followers of the coed eager . The season commenced on u doubly trying note against Ship| ensburg as the Millersville women not only lost a -15-13 squeaker, but also lost their pare setters. Dawn Sherman and Dolores Rherer. who were injured in the fray. Against Elizabethtown the team fared little better dropping that game 33-21. hut the women recuperated the following week to trounce Cheyney 51-26. Against l ehanon Valley the women, rejoined by Dawn Sherman, evened their season’s record at two and two only to lose their follow ing two contests against Gettysburg and Muhlenberg. They squeezed past Lebanon Valley again to close the season as Peggy Mason scored the winning field goal. Mrs. lone Dm wart coached the varsity team and Dr. Mary E. Dixon had charge of the junior arsity team. Dawn Sherman makes her drive for a goal. First Ron Judy Richard . Sandy Shaffer. Carolyn LrCjlwy, Nancy Wolfe, Martha Beaver. Second Ron. Silvia Hinklr, manager: Charlotte S hauhi. Judic Gawncr. Dawn Sherman. Carole Keller. Pat Hartranft, Glenda McCleary, manager. Third Ron : Valerie Andrews, Krla Stauffer, I’ejKP Mum ii. Dorothy Snyder, Sandy Shanfelder.Co-captain Mevcrson and Kottmeycr pow-wow before match. Coach Jamks M i hkv Matmen Post 3-5 Record As Kottmeycr Stars Millersville's wrestling leant ended its season w itli a 3-5-1 lop. Il was a season of many surprises: u season which saw wrestling a«e Wall Koilnteyer lose his first career match, a season in which Jere Kenderdine ami Charlie Wagner showed great promise, and a season in which Millersville pinned seven of eight opponents in one match. The inalmen In-gan enthusiastically hy pinning seven of eight opponents in a lopsided victory over Howard University. After defeating Lincoln I Diversity (23-0) and Hast Stroudsburg (17-11 I. the Marauder lost to Hloomshurg. one of the top twenty teams in the nation, hy the score of 17-11. The match was brightened, however, as freshman Wagner pinned a State Tournament champ and co-cuptains 1 verson and Kottmeycr decisioned their opponents. Losing the next two matches to Wnynesburg 121-7) and to Shippcnsburg (17-13). the Marauders faced strong Wilkes College and there fought to a draw. A powerful Lock Haven team did not aid the already faltering record of the matmen as they easily outclassed the Millersville team. Only Kenderdine and Kottmeycr were able to score points for Millersville. Render-dine on a pin and Kottmcyci on a decision. Going into the last match against West Chester. Roll-mever had not lost a match in his college career ( 10-0-2). The Golden Kants defeated the Marauders 21-5 as Stu Meyer-son was the only winner for Millersville. Kottmeycr. wrestling in the 157 pound class, lost bv the score of 1-1. Roll-mover's streak was broken, a sad note ending a trying season. Howevei. Kottmeycr finished strong as he won the 157-pound title in the Slate College meet, the l-l tournament and the YAIA championships in three consecutive weeks at season's e nd. First Row: Km Grover, Hill Hutchinson, I.ynn ||a.i». Herb Cully. Turn Caulwoll, Dow Wiln«, Charlie Lcdd . Second Row: Ron Thompson. Jon.-, Charlie Wagner, Wall Koiiniry.-r, Jrre Kenderiiim-. Slu Mrymon. Tony flower. Phil l-obt, John Stump. Phil IjoIiI layvit-on in a pin-attempt Co-captain Wall Kotimcyer and Slu Mcyerson, Coach Jim Manrcy and Athletic Director Kay Kunklt- admire Sure College third plat e trophy. 1962 SCORES Millersvillc 38 Millersvillo 23 Millersvillc 17 Millersvillc 11 Millersvillc 7 Millersvillc 13 Millersvillc 14 Millersvillc 8 Howard 0 Lincoln 9 East Stroudsburg 11 llloomsburg 17 Waynesburg 21 Shippensburg 17 Wilkes 14 Lock Haven 22 24 Millcrsvillr’s mat man got a pin, Kotlmryer trie to plant hi tuhl orn Shippcnshurg opponent prior to his 5-1 decision. Millcrsville 5 West ChesterCoach Cr.vr. Groff — First How; Gary Miller, Phil Ander-on. Bob Aronnohn, Butch Supplce, Ken Kraft. Don before. John 11.1111 • . Ed Mine, manager; Gay Arnvl. Second Row: Charlie Whkcymnn, John Gilpin, Barry Pearce. Steve Dougherty. Bob Griin. Bruce Robin-on. Swimmers Break Even, Outlook Hopeful Millersville 1962 SCO B ICS 51 PMC 43 Millersville 50 Howard 45 Millersville 29 Hast Stroudsburg 66 Millersville •15 Morgan State 50 Millersville 52 Bloomsburg 42 Millersville •10 Lycoming 55 Millersville .'18 Lock Haven 56 Millersville 68 Wilkes 26 Dan Fritz (foreground) make hi »tart on the fir«t lrg of the 400 yard medley relay. Bruce Robin ou and Charlie Wiskcymun (foreground) take their mark for the 220 again t Ia ck Haven. 'Hit MSC swimming team split even in the 1962 campaign, compiling n record of four and four under the coaching of Gene Groff. In the opener the swimmers displayed well hulunced strength, sinking PMC 51-13 at Chester. They then deci-sinned Howard University ." ). 15 in the Brooks Hall pool only to have their streak dampened by a strong Hast Stroudsburg in the following meet. ( 6-29. The Marauders then traveler! to Baltimore to do battle with Morgan State. It was a losing cause though, ns lhe dropped a narrow 50-15 lilt. In their next encounter the mermen turned the tables splashing Blonmshurg 51-12 at the midpoint of the season. Lycoming and lawk Haven next proved loo much for the Marauders pulling tin- plug 55-10 and 56-30 respectively. In the final meet of the campaign the Millersville swimmers showed their fullest potential drowning Wilke- 68-26 in a completely one-sided match. John Gilpin, the team's high scorer, and Bob Grim, a freshman, consistently broke team and pool records all season.I I First How: Coach Huy Mullin. Joe Yurkiewicz. (Hair Die« hrr. it Drew-hcr. Ed Cw, l.con Cite. Krn Haver-■lick. El wood Finley, Coach n llulmr. Second How: John Sullivan. Frank Vanquez. Charlie MrFalU. Janie . Juhnson. Leroy Hoflinan. Harry lx»rina. Joe Will, Dick Cummins - Third How: Sieve Scholl. M Laskowvki. Rich SouriMUglt. Cary Siiflier, Lee Savant. Tom Reese. Fourth How: Den Zercher. Hob Kenialey, Hich Frrr-ich». Bob Wall . John Gilpin. Monte llliek. Fifth How: t'ldi Vrcrumba, Hu h Kinard, Dale McPherson, Eu-Sene Mjute, Clarunce Lehigh. Cary Smith. Trackmen Saddled With 2-4 Season Hoping I., better la-t year's 2-5 -eason. Millersville State College barriers did so in 61 only by a few unconsoling per-rentage points as they poster! a 2-1 record. In the opening meet on the Marauders home oval the trackmen were impressive but were ultimately edged by Trenton by a 71-60 loss. The Huskies of Bloomsburg also did little to aid Mill-ersvilie’s early endeavors as they walked away from the Marauders. 911 to 35 ■ . Ill the next meet the angry cinder-men turned the tables on I-oek Haven, trampling them in a 71-57 win which featured the fine running of Jim Grahum and Dave Wovurka who crossed the finish line in the same stride while winning their event ami clinching the meet. The Marauders continued their winning pace against the Delaware Aggies edging their guests 66 1 3 to 61 2 3. I he cindcrmen then played host to Shippensburg and Kutztown in a triangle meet in which the Millersvillc squad compromised and finished in medio, beating Kutztown but losing to Shippensburg. (’lair Dreschcr won the mile and Art George captured first place in the shot put. In tin- final meet East Stroudsburg walked off with the blur ribbons beating the Marauders 94 1 3 to 36 2 3. The season, however, saw many fine | erformanccs on tlx part of Gary Baltozer. Gait Drescher, Art Drescher. Art George and others. Lnm Gilc •mile despite grim !«»ik of ew-eaplain Joe Yurkiewicz. 1961 TRACK RESl l.'IS Mill, r v ill ) Trenton 71 Millrr»v,Hr 3544 Blootroborg 9444 MUlenville :« L.,.k Haven 57 Millrr-ville 6644 Delaware Valley 64% Millersville 5144 Shippensburg 79; Kui .t»wn 28 3 Millersville 36% E. Stroudsburg 9143 1962 TRACK SCHEDULE April I Cheynry Stale (Allege Home April 7 Delaware Valley College Away April M Howie State College llomr April 23 Kutztown Slate College Away pril27 Penn Relays Away pril28 Lock Haven State College Away May 3 Trenton Stale College Away May 5 Shippensburg Stale (Allege A nay May 9 E. Stroudsburg Stale College Home May 12 S. C. Champion-hit at Ship|»cmburg A way May 15 Bloomdmrg Stale College Home Coaelir- Ait llulinc and Kay Mullin, Joe Yurkiewicz. and Monty llliek lake time out for a picture. The idea does not »ecni to appeal to all of them, probably because they hated to stop practice.hint Rote: Hill llar-li.iv , Sjih IVtryscak. Hud Orlman. Harry Haldwin. Hen Marlin. Boli Springer. Second Now: Glenn Uvckherger, Jim Sinurh. John Toscano, Tom Wori, Mai Heppc, Haul Hala-eki. Roy Antolic, I irk CqrMcwo, Tony Acri. Third Row: John Fisk. aisitianl coach; Boh AronMthn. Kennit Howcr, Frank James, Dirk Cummings. Charlie I .eddy, Ted Plastino, Krn Kirhl. Dirk Wagner. Tom Weirkh. Tom Find-lr . Jim Plullip-, Frrd Shinier, Harry Kmudcn. Krn Gihldr. Tom Winter , Walt Krridrr, rone A. 4-5 Season, Iiain Baseball Features In Wall Krcider’s first season as roach the diamond-men posted a disappointing 1-5 log. Hampered l y bad weather in early season practice, the learn, nevertheless, brought home Iwo victories in their first two encounters again-t Tow son and Lincoln. s the season progressed, however, the sufficiently talented Millersville squad was not able to come up w ith the necessary team play to continue their winning ways, copping only two of their remaining eight games. The highlight of the season occurred against I). C. Teachers as Dirk Czyszczon collected seven hits, including three home runs. two doubles and two singles for 18 total bases as the MSC s |uad grablierl both ends of the doubleheader 28-2 and 18 3. lie drove ill M runs in the twin bill. The prospects for the coming season could Is- bright, as the team again is not only amply supplied with vet-erans. but also with promising freshmen. Conch W vi.t Kri.u»h Roll Springer. Frank Jam . and Coach W .ill Krridrr eye I hr “apple" during pre-vrawn meditations. I'K.I BASKHAI.L RKSULTS Millrnivillc Millersville •; 1’owson Lincoln 7 Malle r-ville Millersville Millersville 2- 2 NkhoU (Mass, i Stroudsburg Kutxtown 8 train) i$ — train) 2-3 Millersville 28 IK D. t‘„ Teacher- Millersville 8 Hloomshurg 6 Millersville 0 Kulrtiiwn Millersville 1 W is| | 'tiesler 7 Millersville 7 IjcIi Haven 11 II Millersville Shippenshurg 4 rain) itBHHHllWHlir 2 Hvmn Kerin Movwt hiyi one down on muddy prinp diamond. 1 »2 BASKRAIX SCHKUI LK April » him dn InivcrMty Home April 7 WeM CheMrr Stale l.'ollrpc Home April 10 Kill .(own Slal«' (jillepo Home pril 11 K. Stmiid-dmrR Stale (.'■illep- i IMiMe-headeri Home Apiil2- Tdwm i» Stale College Horne April 24 BlouniklxirR Slate Col lego .4way April 28 Shepherd Stair College Away May 2 hock Haven Stair Gil lope Away May 5 Kulriown Stair College Away May 7- Wr»t Che. ter State aillegr 4way May 12 Sllippeitxliurp Slate College Dtuildo-lirador Home Dick Czywcwm in luiilc pone. 143 Miller-ville lialierv o( lt»li Springer arid Tom Work warm-up in early »prin« practice.Hotiom How: Frank Delany, llnb Smile . Dawson Heck. Ron Bock 7o Hou : Kemp Zangari. Glenn Bailnrf, Hill Danner. Hill Hrnsel. Joe Tate. Vof Pictured: llerb Karlip. K l Mine, Jim Morgan, Hill Ko«n». Coach Hi co Kioha Netters Better .500 Mark Again Except for two losses to East Stroudsburg ami one to Shippensburg the Millewville netmen continued their win ning ways again in I X 1 a they posted a respectable 5 3 1 record, their third straight season over .500. The Marauders opened the season sound!) against Lincoln University in a rain-abbreviated contest which saw Ron Caul well, Glenn Rudorf. Kemp Zangari. Rill Koons and llerh karlip all record wins. ftcr losing to East Stroudsburg, the squad went on to grab the next four matches only to lose again to East Stroudsburg by the same score of the first encounter. A lie with Towson. I-1, was also featured in the record. The team was well-balanced and experienced, virtues the 1062 squad will Ik cagcrl) 'ceking. Knnp -angari. Clrnn ILnlorf, Jor Tale. ami Hill Danner arr rxpectrd In r in|x-tf- in ingle coni|w-tili»n ihi year along with Herb Karlip, not iiirtund. 1961 TENNIS RESULTS VI . 11., r » • 111. •1 1 ituolti ■ ■■ ■■■- . .. 0 »l lllfT III MillrrHvillt J 1 1111 VIII 3 K. Stmuduburi .... 6 MillmviUe 7 Katamra .., . — .... 2 ■ini 1 in fi,|n 0 1IIUT IIIC 7 Koutown 2 1 uirr hi . MillrrsN tllf S Ship|xn hurg t »i iiit i 1 in l i 1 i 1 3 K. Strou«l burg 6 liiiv - VI illcr«litiri! 2 Sliip|H nkburg . . . . i .•ini i 'uia Millcfsvillc t Tow« n iTie. «larknr »i 1 1%2 MEN S TENNIS SCHEDULE k .. 1 1 riiiAiieV 'sl.lll _ . Home .Vllfll t.II ll»T .TMaiC V '' ' Ik' pril 6 Lincoln Cniversity i • | lit V ii ».... » At ( iilli'ifi - Home Home pril IU Ntll b'VMl -1JH ’ b' April 11 Hloomthurg Stale College Ateoy April 11 E. Slroudoburg Slate College Home April 16- Delaware Valley (a lh-ge . Auv ■ «._i| •)’ v7i , .. ( nilrur Home April iowmifi • • »“ May 1 Towvm Stale College May 3- Delaware Valley College 1 'i , Home May S Kul lnwn Slaie College Au-oy May 12 Sliippenshurg Slate College Auuy , .« at Home May IS -BlooniMiurg Male College May 19 Sliipt» n»burg Slate College Home rUni Rom-: Sandy Krr.e, Barbara Ailder«on. Pat Burkhart. Sur Keylor, Fay Kramer, Sandy llenhry. Second Rom-: Judy Kirkman, Jarkic Buttcrwnrth. Barbara Orach. Kay Kauffman. Marly Bund rum. Joan (•roll. Third Rote: Barbara Ginrad. Stella Wi.jton, Joan Thu» . I'hilli Lewis, Martha Griffith. f ourth Row: Judy Fox. Joan Kcndift, Krla Stauffer, Juiiy Eheman. Sandy Mundorf, Toby I)ub on. Women Net 3-2 Mark in 1961 I%1 RESILTS Miller»wllc 2 Elizabethtown 5 M Bienville S Shippensburg 2 1 Shipprn»hurg 3 5 Dickinson 2 Millersvillr 1 FlimliethloMn r. The women’s tennis team ended with .1 3-2 lop for the 1961 season. Of the five matches played. Millersvillc suffered both her losses to Elizabethtown. Kay Kramer and Sue Keylor hail undefeated -casons and along with their captain. Ruth McLain, were singled out at the annual Spring Sports Banquet. The team opens their 1962 season of six matches against Elizabethtown. Mrs. Kathryn Hill will be coaching the team this year and. for the fust time. 11 tournament ladder will lie put into effect whereby the first team will lie based on intra-squad competition. Sue Keylor. captain; Fay Kramer. Erla Stauffer, Judy Fox and Becky Fox are the returning veterans for the 62 season. r April 11-April 21 April 30 1662 WOMEN’S TENNIS SCHEDl LE Elizabethtown College Hume Away omr Shippen l urg Stale lollegr Muhlenberg (College May K l)ickin»on Gzllege A ud) May 0 Kli ubeihti v»n Gdloge 4 U4t May IS Ship| eii l urg Stair College tljing I’jrki .1 n Home Fay Kramer. .Sue Keylor and Kay Kauffman in |ire.v.JM,n p. »r.V“ I pleasant companion reduces the length of the journey."Settled: Carol Walker. Dottie Annie, secretary; la-on Gile. irreiident; John IU wl»l»), treasurer •, Sieve Zolumlj. member-at-large; Mr. Charle I. Kent, whiter. Standing: Roberta Dean. Joan Hamilton. I.iuda Young. Howard Jone . Gary Miller, Dale Dcnliniter and Relsy Mien coin-[iri e I hr officer and representative of Student Council. I | on entering Millers ville State College, each student automatical!) Iiecomea a tncmiier of the Student Government Association. The governing body of this organization i- the Student Council, whose stated purpose is to promote the general welfare of the college. Student Council appoints representatives to serve on all fuculty committees which conduct non-academic student alTairs. Chartering all campus organizations, allocating funds, and enforcing rules pertaining to student conduct are a few of the means Council employs in fulfilling its purpose. Student Council serves as a medium for expressing student opinion on matters of general interest. Acting in this capacity. Council this year formulated a new policy of handling freshman orientation. Taking charge of a great many of the social events held on this campus i another one of Council's responsibilities. The Sweetheart Dance in February, the second annual Winter Weekend, and Spring Fling Weekend in May are a few of the affairs it sponsored this year. During December an election is held at which time the officer- and rcpresentntives-al-lnrgc of Student Council are chosen by the entire student body. This election is marked l y vigorous campaigning oil the part of all candidates. The remaining Council members are determined by individual class and civic elections. Student Council Works For (rood oi Campus Du. Ami vm Fovtch Mr. iivku.s I. K»sr Committee head Howard Jone . Bei.y Roberta Dean and Sieve Zolnmii exchanice Idea "n W inirr Weekend. Clow examination of a new project i required of Leon Gile and Dotlie An|dc (tented) while John Bowlsbrv, Sieve oloinij and Mr. Ourle I. Kent oloervr them.Members nl ill. Student Council'- committee. Roberta l)r an and Joan Hamilton. plan advertising (in llir activities of Winter Weekend. Student Council member look over copii-» of the evrningV agenda prior lo I lie meeting. Careful .1 goes into I lie passing of any Qiuneil rule. Member peruse the li»te t proposal. The reading of I he minute- absorbs the attention of nienihcr and spec! a tors at a Student Council conclave. John Uowlebey aid l.con Cile in listing the agenda for the evening.Jolly Old Si. Nirk rjMirl with lii reindeer at WCA Cliri-im.i Parly. President Heidi Sclimeder tcenter) direct ihr miwiiKiinn «f '.A' Homecoming dUpluy. Tin- Uormitpry Council id »e lor a meeting in the apartment ••( the Dean of Women. WC Vs ‘Big Sisters' Aid Freshman Coeds I ndcr the leadership of lh:idi Schroedcr, the Women’s Coniniunily Association continued os u prominent force in maintaining harmonious dormitory living. WCA. comprised of all the women resident students, is governed by u popularly elected Welfare Council, which is under the ad-vi-ership of Dean of Women Valborg Hetty. WCA is responsible for establishing the standards observed in the women's dormitories. By way of this organization, such diversified dormitory equipment as television sets, irons, newspapers, anil magazines is acquired. Through the Big Sister-Little Sister program, which is curried on at the beginning of each semester, WCA does much to promote better freshman-uppcielass relations. As i- customary, WCA initiated the college year with a Big Sister-Little Sister picnic in September. The organization this year sponsored a number of teas he!d in Lyle Hall's formal lounge and an elaborate Homecoming display. Joining with the Men’s Community Association. the girls co-sponsored a formal dinner-dance. l their annual Christmas party, the women residents celebrated the oncoming holiday season. WCA completed its activity calendar for this year with the annual moving-up dinner held in May. At this time all women resident students received the obligations and privileges reserved to the class immediately preceding theirs. Scaled: Dr. Y.iIImok Flrlly, adviser; V a I r r i o Andrew , Juokir Buttcrwortli. treasurer; Nina Palmer, secretary: Mary Brice, vice-president; Di»»injrcr, Heidi Schroeder. president. Stand-in ft: Joan Hamilton. I More Bcliu-r, Heh-n Buehlcr. l-.iil Brnneil, Su-an Weidt-moyer. Betsy William . Boliertn Dean. Karen A-likar. If Tirnl (o'l jscl u rest after .1 hectic day of freshman orientation. Kradinu, talking and loaftnj: ore all part f WDSA activities. WDSA Provides Home’ For Off-Campus Coeds This year the Women’s Day Student Association had a record membership of 285 women who lived at home and spent a largo part of their lime on campus. During their free time, between «lasses and over lunch hour, they congregated in a room located under the newly renovated library annex. The day room includes tables and chairs, lockers and shelves for books and projects, a piano and candy, ice cream and milk machines. The governing body of the WDSA is composed «• f officers and an association council, consisting of representatives: four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, one freshman and two drlegutcs-at-large. WDSA curried on many activities during the year including a big-little sister picnic held at Long Park, a Homecoming displuy. a Christmas party, dunces and a day student picnic with their male counterparts. (!ar»lc I’ovdock cr%c» an hostess at tin Valentine Day Tea. Officer- of the Women's l).n Student Association include: Joanne Zuch. o retary . nne l.ouise Sprenklr. treasurer; Valerie Kerch, vice-president: Joyce Key Holds, president; Mrs. I.illiim Broome, adviser, (seated); Kay Kauffman. r uinr representative: Brenda lleclilidd, freshman representative; Janice l.eptieli, sophomore representative; Until Slump!, Student ( nuncif rep "•tentative; (arid I’avdock. senior representative, (stand-•nit).Awaiting parade lime i Ili« prixe-winning Hard Hall Homecoming Oval and it soldier contingent. jam e--|on al the Chri.tma. (tarty feature Carl Holland, Bob Springer ami Tony Dil'iriro. Tlii 't.i!t«art group represent a reincarnation of Civil War soldiers. Bard Ties for 1st In Homecoming Fete I'lte Men' ('(immunity Association of Bard Hall is a civic organization which strives to discover and solve the problems arising in the dormitory. Even though Hard MCA is separate from Roddy MCA, the two organizations work together on many intra-college and inter-dorm activities. Bard MCA helps maintain facilities for recreation and relaxation in the canteen, mong the activities of the year. Hard Hall tied for first place honors with the junior class in the float division of the Homecoming Parade. Other activities sponsored by Hard are movies, dances, a Christmas party and the spring picnic. Hard MCA also cooperated with the Women's Community Association in planning the formal dinner-dance. Witli inspection drawing near. Pul Yulia and Brad Strll do wane last minute cleaning. Alton Daiis secretary; Hill Grove, president; Armand Conaway, rice-president and Hill Gallagher, treasurer, comprise the officers of Hard MCA. I Officer of lh« Buddy Hal) MCA include !{••!» Gilbert, mr-prrsidenl H«n k«cl . itrreUiry; Wayne Waller , prryiicnt and Boh Wareliam. Irmturrr. frr.h u|i|ily i.( laundry i» handed to Bob Wjirhjm by Howard It’ a regular occurrence in the dorm. Problem, in .cheduliog are aired by Gat Nm-t and l-urry Carter. They finally settled on what ihey had to take. HcreV a request for a hamburger for a night-time n ck. John Girolti u| rvise a “serious" medical consultation which include. “Doctor ’' Jim Keyes. Nick Nagorny ami Dan Dc- intk Roddy MCA Aids Victims of Fire Roddy Hall’s Men's Community Association works for I lie sante purposes as Bard Hall MCA. bul I lie two groups operate separately. Meetings are concerned with problems arising in the dormitory and suggestions for the solution of those problems. During tin past year Roddy MCA joined with Snapper to condui t a fund drive |o aid two men who lost personal l elongings in the dorm blaze in February.Officers « f lln Men's l .iv Student A—orialinu council include: Tom Barr . executive committee: Kijii Bernluirl. (ircsident; Doug Minnkh, .u-rreliiry. Tom Gnindiein. tice-i resident: Gan Miller. Shutnit Council rcfireicntath r and Tom Ainidon. trea.uircr. Hitting tin- liullV«y« on the dart hoard i one of tIn fanirilr mean of relaxing in the Men's Day Hoorn. And ulw.iy Il««-n- i food us the men (mum- for a moment ••.n il diy in the Student (’enter day room. MDSA Sponsors Dance With Women Commuters Headquarters for the men commuters is tin- second floor of the Student Center where facilities for eating, studying ami relaxing are maintained. Seven officers supervised by the Dean of Men run the Men's Day Student Association. One of the biggest events of the year is the party sponsored jointly by MDSA and the Women's Day Student Association. In addition the men finish off the year’s activities with a picnic in the spring. Many of the men commuters lake an active part in sports and other extra-curricular activities despite not living on campus. 1 It look i|uiet hut it isn't when the men discus “world" problems over their 'unch. Experiment in Living: ( ) ff-Campus II on si ng McMillen ami Warfel Houses for men ami Rees House for women were I Ik off-campus dormitories supervise I by I lie college. Some other students lived in Millersville in private homes, hut the three college-operated houses were the only ones which were completely prortored and populated by students. The 17 men in McMiUen House worked out a very unique living program this year. The men pooled their hooks, clothes, records, packages from home, and even set up a recreational area outside the house. The consensus of the men was: "‘it worked.” Students living a short distance from the campus found some inconveniences, hut enjoyed the close companionship of the small groups involved. Mixing stu«t with pleasure arc I-irry lin k ami Chuck S!ugg.I n- limin mrmlwr • ( tlir Snapper .1--111M. il include: Sue Ann Mrllinger. Mwsarri Brjuer. Cocona Patino , Donna Will, (wiled); Cinny Hall, Kindlier, Jim Starr, Janei Anknun, jn.l Bov Tibbetts. standing). (Engaging in a journali-lir conlrrencr are Carol Walker and Marlene Ton is r. news editors; Darla Kulp. associate editor and Jan. Wliitney. refiorler. All-American Award Ca[it it red by Paper Millersville’.- weekly newspaper. The Snapper, lias a circulation of almost 2.000 copies and carries the slogan ‘’everyhod in Millersvillc reads the Snapper." I.nst year the paper won its fourth straight All-American award from the Associated Collegiate Press for its first semester work, and then captured a ("SPA medalist.. The stall is now composed of almost I(M students in the editorial and business departments. Highlight of the spring program again was the publications banquet, sponsored jointly by the paper ami the yearbook. Juniors Dawn Sherman and Kay Replogle were » o-editors of the paper and Rarbara lleinbacll was the business manager. Mr. Earle M. Hite was the faculty adviser. I he paper covers the campus completely, regularly publishing information from the academic, co-curricular and -ports programs. A smiling assortment of Snapper editors in.-ludr-; Jnver Weaver, senior consultant; Nick Nagumv. sports editor; Dawn Sliertnjn, co-editor; Kay Rrplogic. co-editor, and Dnlorrs Krhrer. senior consultant, (seated); Betsy William , advertising manager; Barbara lleinba. b,. business manager; Marlene Tongr, news editor; Cay Ain't, photographic editor; Irene Wriglcv, co-associate editor; Joyce Heynold. feature editor; Darla Kul| , co-associate editor, and Carol Walker, news editor. Irt editor, Bill ClMiiil rr-. is missing from picture.Wit editor Marlene Tongc. .uni co-editors Kay Rcplojtle and Dawn Sherman -Ii iw concern .1- lhi y | ondt r a problem of layout. Ilor-epluy relieve- ten-ion after a long -e-sian of hard work on Snapper. Examining tile leadline schedule are Snapper columnist- Irene Wriglcy, Dotlie Angle. Joanne rcangelo ami Roberta Borne-mutt. Dolores Relirer, last year’- co editor ami prr-cntly .1 senior consultant, contemplate- a headline pattern. Snapper -tall member- gathered lien- .ire Barbara Mo—er, Roberta Borneinan. Nancy Fellenbaum, ( a rob- l)i Witte, Jane Whitney. Vnn Metzger. Barbura Erwin, Ka Stratford, (nettled); Georgia Lehman. Jiilii Ibdling-w.iitb, Jim SlaiT, Nick Nagorny. Connie Johns. Joanne Arcangelo, Norma Witmer ami Jean Well .M.irgjr Gilderdn-v.:, underclass rditor; Chris Carnesalc. itnior section editor; Johanna Staldrr. picture editor: Beverly Trodey. literary editor and Pit Bowman. photographic editor. have a hall looking over old yearbook pictures. Medalist Honors Copped by Yearbook Hditor-in ehiei Mill Chambers t seated) consult with Mary Ann Sprrnklc, anilities editor, and Paul Criffin concerning a | rol . leni in layout. This, lltt sixty-third edition of the TOUCHSTONE, was compiled under the leadership of Editor Bill Chambers. Juniors Ellie (.'oilman and Joyce Brighlhill served in the ca-IMieity of associate editors. The campus paths, as symbols of the paths our lives follow while here at Millersville, were chosen as the theme for this year’s hook. In April, the Touchstone staff joined with the Sna tper staff for the annual publications banquet. At this time, certificates were presented to Touchstone members having worked for two years on the staff and keys were given to those memlters who had completed three years of work. The Helen Doll Lingenfeltcr Award for distinguished service to the yearbook was presented to Nancy Royer Brooks, I960 co-editor. Following in the tradition of its predecessors, the 1%I Touchstone was honored as the recipient of the Medalist Award given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Sale of the 1962 annual numbered over 1,100 copies. This figure represents more than sixty per cent of the student body. The financial work on this year's hook was done by the business manager, Kathleen Neyhart and the advertising manager. Anne L Sprcnkle. Anne .Sprmkle, advertising manager. and Kathleen Neyhart. business manager, check the ledger lor a view of wile . IMember of the (Vh-'ciistom vtafT include: Mary Ann Sprenkle, Ellen (Oilman, Joyce Rrichthill. Bill Chamber . Judir (ijiunrr, I.ynn Trainer, (seated); Paul Griffin. Judy King, Jim Starr. Gail Mitchell. Margie Snyder, Carol Carol Kir h line. Mr. Koberl Kir boy. adviser: Clirit. (..iMic-.tli-, Bonnie llut»on. Judy ''tout, Pat Bowman. Si.-vr Doughetty and John Ki»k iliscun -iMirt- layout with Boh 11 (seated). .• . • • • , w hi Hclaxed ami at ea-e after an afternoon of work arc Rill Chant-bent. editor-in-chic), und associate editors Joyce Rrighthill and Klh-n Cullman. Copying the dummy and converging at the ante lime are gnc Kelly. Rill Cltamlter . Marx Ann Snrenkle. and Kllen Colt man.Member • ih - concert band .if Evan IE »t - Miller, l.inda Wulliek, I'at Halfield, Karen, Pat Clark. Porn thy Peiuilrr, Uarhara Gt-rvin, Pamela Klin . Darla Kulp. Sharon Krc r, Mary Jane Rolhennel, and l.inda Brubaker fobono; Jane Gelunan. Evelyn Baker, Bette Bateman. Martha Beaver. Norma Bent' , Judith Bloc-her. Ann I Jockey. Annette Kyler. Ilelem- Ketier, Katherine Godon. Harriet King. Sue Niirjner. Deborah Phillip . Jean Rot lieu licrger. Sue Kudi ill, Wanda Shower. Barbara Shreiner, |j«i Slifller. George Zook, Winnie Kapp, Nancy Benn. l.inda Young ami Sandy C.hemoff (clarinet I; Kathleen Allen. Arthur Dnescher, Clair Droclter, ( and Keller. Marianne Kowpile. John Rylce, Samuel Wallace and Sue Breneiorn I saxophone ); K«mihl Woland. John Stover. Janet Sell, W ilhur Rhode . Dave Milke. Bill Koon . Vivian Hoffer, Tom Buchanan, Dave Schrefller, Donald Pefino and John Kirby (trumpet !; Ann WhUler, Richard RUntiller. Mary Ellen lluber. I.ynn Eckert ami Mike Dunkcllwrgcr (horns): Ronald Shert .er, Jim Gearhart and Paul Khrhart tbaritone ) ; Art I Irich, Richard Hudi dl. Jay Hart, Boh Grim. Jim Fat ter. Toni Winter and Bill Weaver (lroml one ); Earle Shan. Ronald Bloneli. Bid, Mclio e. Ann Mu e'man and Susan llou th.i"e i: l ei. v Zeller . Bill Rejp ier. Andrew Dietrich. Judy Brenneman. Boh Barber, Kl a Bank , Cliur'e- Supple? and Dottie Krueger l drum '. Striking a ‘decorative |«o o are majorette Ann Mrt grr. Barbara i(am| ton. Pe sty Ehy, Sandy Reeve. Pall) Ibdlincrr and Janice PaUxrove, (kneeling). Roberta Gromling. Ginny Davenport, head major file; Sue Diclwm (Handing . Smiling member ol the color icuard arc Pal Yearick . Barbara Erwin. Ann Rudolph, Dana A an Horn, Joyce Erwin and Joan Hamilton. Mu. J v m» E. Zw VI.LY Marauder Marching Hand Ala-ays an Attraction In uniform of gold anti grey, the Millersville Slate Col lege marching band is under the direction of Mr. James E. Zwally. The 85-ineml er marching band also includes high-stepping majorettes ami u precision color guard. In addition to performing at all home games, the band plaved at the Millersville-Kutztown away game. During halflime. the band mcmlters | erforme l exciting selections for the benefit of the spectators. The Concert band, also directed by Mr. .walk, is composed of accomplished musicians who are either members of the marching band or students interested only in concert music. In addition to the Spring Concert, held on campus, the band arranged a joint concert to he played with kutz-town. Millersvillc’s concert band also performed at various high schools in this region. Mfmlwr of the siring ensemble include First liow: Marianne Funk, viola: Su-.m Kraft. viola: Frank Keener. violin: Mr. Mrlwr Porter, violin. Julie Slienk. violin. Second How: Carol Collins piano; Donald Kby, piano; Ann Mussidman, has-. Vio-lini»t (Jeorge McClo key absent when picture w.«» taken. MSC String Ensemble Elays Chamber Music TIk Siring Knscmble, which was directed hy Mr. Melzcr K. Purler, the hear! of I hi; music department, met for rehearsal every Monday anil Friday afternoon in Lyle Auditorium. For their own enjoyment, the group played chamber music and difficult compositions of the masters- Bach. Schubert. anil Mozart. A few modern selections were also chosen. These enterprising students practiced with private tutors as well as played on campus. The String Knsemhle performed for the formal dinner sponsored by the Men’s and Women's Community Associations, for the teas held on campus, and for a high school assembly program. The group was available. by invitation, to entertain ul social functions on ibis campus. Through this medium of playing together, these musicians fell I hat they gained an appreciation of the finer aspects of music. Knumhle nicmlvcrs prepare for a recital of clumber music. Mu. Mi.ijkii K. Portkii Pianists tjrol Collins and Donald Kby play for the ensemble.Member of lli Ehoir an Sopranos Barbara Croylf, Sally l)rrr , Stuart nr Dickson, Sue Duyer. (iarol Emery. Ruth (Arundel, Darryl Hoover, l.inda Kauffmun. Pamela Kline. Murianm Khoi-pllr. Kathy Knouts Earolyn loivrrly Judith la-miard, Nancy longrmekci, (Carolyn I.tit . Bar-lura Moran. Sandra Murphy. Deunnu Mycrv, Jean Reltert, .Sandra Schweiik. Barbara Sechrist. Sandra Sliauh, Dawn Sherman, l.inda W allick, lam W'urner and l.inda Younger. Tenors are Eh.irlr Mdingcr. W illiam Ehumbcr- . M. Dah (.nod. W illiam I.rant, Eillx-rt Hammer. Donald Hank. David llipp, Edward Hoover, Robin Kcgrrbr, Peter Nahtlda, Tltoimi Papava»ilion. Marc Phillip- . I-rami Rapp. W illiam Krgcsler. Bonald Sherl et, Ronald Thnni|r»on and Joseph Weidcl. Alios include Beverly Arlin, Karen V-dikar, Wilma Black. Mire Bollinger, Joyce Rrighthill. Ellen Brownmilh-r, Patricia Clark, Joanne Dcardorfl. Dorothy Delvreihr. Jean Doll, Judith Pointer. Bonnie Hcmpcl, (Carolyn llenrli. Vivian lloffcr, I»i« Knkpairick. Judith Jones Carole I’aydock. Beverly Roberts Pat Schunk, Sue Scliank. Janet S ll, Martha SIkk | , afendu Valudo. nn Vinyanl, Barham W ald. Janet Weaver and Brenda Worley. Hastei are Ronald Davis It Ccne Eichelherger, Jainc Ear-ter. Kred-eii.-k Fry, Jame- C,i h. Bradv llarelerode, James H.irni-h. Jr . Charles Hart. Carl Holland. Clcnn Julius, W illiam Koon . Clmrl.-. Knnt . Janie. la-aman, C larence lelugli, Joseph l.i i. James MrCormick, David Milke, Jen Snavely, W dliam Snyder. Kick Turner, Patrick Yulia and Waller Robert . Choir Sparkles in Chrislmas (.oncerIs Parents’ I)a marked tin initial outing for lire Millers-ville Stale College ehoir this year when the group presented u short concert for I lit cunipu- visitors. Highlight of (lie year, traditionally, is the annual Christmas Candlelight Concert and litis year was no exception. The ehoir presented the concert twit e, once for the public anti oner for students and faculty, and was highly commended for its fine work. I lie choir also took its usual quota of tours to neighboring high schools and service groups. In May the group joined with the college hand to present its annual spring concert in Lytr Auditorium. Mr. James K. wall) directed the choir, which holds auditions every fall in a constant search for new members. Muter, Robert Bier, Mro-dith Roberts, I'liomu Ktuuter. lom.ihl Mr. walk sets the Irmpu of the next -lrcti .n to lie sung (Jturi'lrr await a cur lr«m the conductor. Dawn Shrrtmm, l.inda W allich ami Sandy Schw.-nk light their candle before lire chu|r’» C.hristmu Candlelight Concert.THE FINAL TURN THUS, we sorrowfully approach the conclusion of another Touchstone volume, marking the end of another college year of activity. The 1962 Touchstone staff has attempted to present a review of collegiate life at Millers-villc State College. To you, the mem hers of the graduating class, this hook makes an especially sincere appeal: may the values developed here he adhcretW) in this rapijjfy advancing age, aiding y m to s dect dr crim inately fronyimoty UKtfej£ m |j hy$h-1 est for a sttff$ssful carport assisted our events. S photograp work: to for all t Publishing C o produce this treasure of ranation goes to staff Rowtuan for her diligent - of. She 11 ey and Bowers aphy: to the Grit eir job of printing feiur: It is oufnope that when oth from your college past arc lost anti l Htr the 1962 Touchstoni will have profidfy hi vived. e also hope w ith ecjual sineerilmlhat it serves as a token in recalling the cTnVishi moments whiejrotherw ise might be forgotten. In closing, we wish to express our earnest esteem to the many persons who so graciously and engraving: tot the S. K. Smith Company for their assistant'! with the cover: and to the many advertisers or their financial support. These people have helped tremendously in dtepg.’.l|iia4uibJiipitio)i a reality. WjJrt Mi. EarifC Mi"' a"'1 for their parfjn phtaiuing ledicatiou pages. Our grati-ied to Mr. RflJwT 1“ Richey, 4- is capahleJ assistance. Wv yp i- 2 Ichi hstovk I Bil l. ClIA IHEKS, Edif -in-Chief 163 i'lt's a long rood that has no turning. "FORRY and HACKER Printers of the “Snapper 619 N. Jefferson Street Ph. EX 3-4452 LANCASTER, PA. 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Final rvrnt ol llir yrur the cornrnrnctincnl pnK'cv-ion,INDEX I’npc ADMINISTRATION.......................................... 22 ALPHA BETA ALPHA......................................... 102 ALPHA PHI OMEGA........................................... 101 ART DEPARTMENT_____________________________________________ 2« ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONA!__________ 112 BAND .................................................. 160 BASEBALL................................................ 142 BASKETBALL .............................................. 134 BASSLER GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY________________________________ 103 CANTERBURY CLUB _________________________________________ 114 CHEERLEADERS CLUB______________________________________ 123 CHOIR___________________________________________________ 162 CITAMARD ___________________________________________________ 120 CROSS-COUNTRY____._______________ .____________________ 133 DEDICATION_______________________________________________ 6 DELTA PHI ETA............................................. 98 DEMOLAY ............................................... 117 DOLPHIN CLUB............................................ 122 EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT ________________________ 29 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ___________________________ 27 ENGLISH CLUB___________________________________________ 104 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT...................................... 30 HUB CLUB______________________________________________ 114 FOOTBALI_________________________________________________ 128 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT________________________________ 31 FRESHMAN CLASS ......................................... 89 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS.................................... 88 GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT..................................... 32 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.................... 33 HOCKEY.............................................. 132 INDUSTRIAL ARTS SOCIETY_____ INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 105 34INDEX —Continued Page INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT_________________________ 106 INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FEL1.OWSHIP............................ 115 IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA.............................................. 99 JUNIOR CLASS_____________________________________________________ 79 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS_________________________________ —......... 78 LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT_______________________________________ 35 LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION_____________________________________ 115 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT___________________________________________ 36 MEN’S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION____________________________________ 152 MEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION ................................... 151 MEN’S TENNIS................................................. 144 MEN’S VARSITY CLUB _________________________________________ 121 METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT...................................... 116 MU KAPPA MU.................................... -..............— 107 MUSIC DEPARTMENT______________________________________________ 37 NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT _______________________________________ 38 NEWMAN CLUB______________________________________________________ 116 OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING______________________________________________ 155 PHI SIGMA PI ....................................... -......... 100 ROD AND GUN CLUB ----------------------------------------------- 118 RODDY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY _______________________________________ 108 SENIOR CLASS_____________________________________________________ 18 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS —__________________________________________ 46 SNAPPER...............---------------------------------------- - 156 SOCCER_______________ ------------------------------------------ 131 SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB .......------------------------------------ 109 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT .................................... 39 SOPHOMORE CLASS.................. —........................... 81 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS..................................... 83 SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB........................................... 110 STRING ENSEMBLE................................................. 161 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION...........-....................... 117 STUDENT COUNCIL_________________________________________________ 118I M)EX — Continued Tape STUDENT PENNSYLVANIA STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION________________ 113 SWIMMING TEAM________________________________________________ MO TECHNICAL ARTS CLUB_________________________________________ 121 TOUCHSTONE__________________________________________________ 158 TRACK________________________________________________________ 141 VETERANS CLUB______________________________________________ - 118 WHO'S WHO____________________________________________________ 74 WOMEN’S BASKETBALI______________________________________________ 137 WOMEN'S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION_____________________________ 150 WOMEN'S DAY SIT DENT ASSOCIATION _______________________________ 151 WOMEN'S TENNIS_______________________________________________ 145 WOMEN'S VARSITY CLUB_______________________________________ 125 WRESTLING __________________________________________________ 138 XENOPHILE____________________________________________________ 111 YOUNG DEMOCRATS________________________________________________ 119 YOUNG REPUBLICANS_____________________________________________ 119 172

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