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 IN U TOUCHS millersville state college »AE Alone, together, study and relaxation . . . Millersville PERSONALITY, page two. Thought and action . . . ACTIVITY, page forty-two. Games almost won and games almost lost . . . ATHLETICS, page seventy. Tired students and even more tired professors . . . PEOPLE, page eighty- eight. A GLIMPSE IN WORDS AND PICTURES OF THIS MILLERSVILLE — YEAR 1963 The nineteen hundred and sixty-three Touchstone is produced by a staff headed by Christine Camesale, Editor-in-Chief, and Carol Wisniewski and Ruth Stumpf, Associate Editors. 2Because he personifies the casual dignity of the 1963 Touchstone, we, the staff, respectfully dedicate this book to— 4 ♦Dr. James W. BeckerThe PERSONALITY of a campus is determined by many factors— the landscape, the buildings, the faculty, the students. Besides these tangible components of Millcrsvillc’s personality. other less concrete elements play a vital role in making the campus unique. These all-pervading moods, neither entirely intellectual, spiritual, rational. nor entirely social, festive, and intimate. will be explored in the following pages of the 1963 Touchstone.People have many reasons for wanting to lx ALONE . . . to contemplate the future, to solve problems, to study. They enjoy the social life of school yet always look forward to the few moments of the day when they can escape the ever-increasing demands of our “on the go" society to be alone, to do or think as they please. Many students take advantage of the quiet, pastoral spots on campus. These are the people who, although they enjoy society, do not lose the enjoyment of solitude.910Solitude is needed t » reflect the happenings of the da) and ponder their effects on the tomorrow. Contemplating serious thoughts . a solitan walk on a rainy day . . . the aloneness a hook imposes on one’s thoughts all lend a portion to our solitude. In these private moments one learns to rel on one’s own abilities. Apart from the din of life he has an opportunit) to vision his goal— where he has gone: where he is going. 11To sliar« a mood, a thought, a hope. or a dream with another person is to form a bond of TOGETHERNESS. Communication lies us together. A word to our neighbor in class, a friendly hello to the persons we meet along our way. a smile, a frown-all are media of transmitting our feelings to others. conversation .'tarts. “How did you do in that test?" Soon a circle of people gather laughing, joking, gossiping, enjoying the fellowship of tin- group. Togetherness can mean the strong bond between roommates and best friends with whom secret ambitions, desires. hope ami fears arc shared. Or togetherness i the love und companionship of young couples a walk around campus, an evening h the lake, a Saturday date. '14From microscopes (o lectures and hooks. STUm is a pastime of many forms. From microscopes students become “glasseyed" or "Mr. Biology ": from lectures they become “sleep-eyed" or interested; from hooks they become "close-eyed" or educated. The microscopes, the lectures, and the hooks are symbols of study. The Students greet these learning tools with such phrases as: “My isn’t my eyelash interesting-I wonder where my amoeba went." “If he talks a little softer and with a little less intonation. I’ll have the cure for insomnia." “This text is heavy reading Hercules couldn't lift it.” Yet. somehow the students pull through — sometimes looking or listening, other limes reading and thinking. ISWWM I earning at Millers' illc is bolli an external and an internal achievement, liotany students, guided by a professor, find learning in flu- outdoors: physics students find it in (lie laboratory: industrial arts students find it in the shop. Ultimate!' all students pursue their quest for learning in the tranquil setting of the library. 16Jl IS 17m. Sooner or lain iliat inevitable TKKM I’AI'KK is bound to turn up in one course or another. Although the required paper is assigned earl) in the semester, students plod unconcerned through the months. Suddenl) the due date looms only a few days ahead. Punic sets in choose a subject. get to the library, store up food and cigarettes. One day left. The good humor departs. This is a determined effort. Via involved calculation, the student determines that if he has the paper written hv 3 a. m.— he'll have enough time to get it typed for his JS o'clock class. Lock out friends and roommates. Pace the floor, smoke, down coffee. An introductory paragraph is finally molded into shape. Now writing gets easier as tin- hours lly by. Done writing. hut an hour behind schedule— belter start typing without rereading it. By 6 o’clock the typing has degenerated into more misspelled words than correct ones. Looking neurotic, the student stumbles to class with his pa| er clutched in his hand.1 Man is a SOCIAL being by nature. Ilis gregariousness causes him to seek the company of other people. At Millersvillc the social need is satisfied whenever and wherever a crowd gathers— late bull session in the dorms. •luring the passing of classes, in the dining hall, or the Student Center. The special noise of talking is heard over the rattling of coffee cups and the sizzling of cooking food. Conversations begin over full cups of coffee, continue over empty cups, and finish long after the cups are cleared away. Socializing also occurs when the students share in the exuberance and emotion of a crowd cheering for our football or basketball teams. On campus the students have various other outlets for their desire to he among their peers. They attend the movies, plays, and assembly programs that arc frequently held in I.vte Auditorium. They attend record dances. or spend a quiet evening watching TV together. JWhether floating on cloudy uf the soft drcann strains which fill the hall, listening to the popular tunes of the Ix tlennen. or just talking to friends. Spring Fling. Winter Weekend and Homecoming weekends put the Millersville campus in a gay world of entertainment. Old grads meet and joke with their fellow classmates while dancing in Brooks Hall at Homecoming time: for Winter Weekend, this familiar gym is transformed into a spectacular ice palace— an ideal place to think only of fun and frolic. In contrast to this icy theme. Spring Fling i a perfeet way to herald with warmth and gaiety the coming of the new season. It is certain that the renicnihranccs of these livelv weekends will often he fondly recalled hy everyone who attended the merry festivities.26 s Sally readies herself for the formal dinner-dance, she is filled with anxieties and expectations for the coming evening. When Joe arrives, the finishing touches are added. and Sally signs out for an evening of fun. Dinner is next on the agenda. and guests sit down to enjoy their meal. After dinner comes the dance, and the band swings into a smooth rhythm, and everybod gets up to dance. The curfew draws near bringing with it the end of .1 wonderful evening. Joe returns Sally to the dormitory and says good night. ll that remains from the evening now are wonderful memories in the minds of Joe and Sally.From among the many coeds on campus, •nit? indiv ideal is chosen who will reign us queen for the special weekends Homecoming, Sweetheart, ami Spring Fling. The comeliness of these queens, Lorraine Keim, Joyce Marlin and Joanne Arcangelo. adds a refreshing touch to the festivities of the weekends. F.ach season boasts its own representative whose personality and beautv represent the ideal campus coed. 28• . 29One of lilt biggest problems of our evermoving society is finding time In relax. Without RELAXATION life would lien very dull existence. Realizing that studying is often far from relaxing, as students soon do, they provider themselves with acceptable means of relaxation. Just as there arc many different types of people on campus, so there are many different ways of relaxing. Some students find it fun to swim or lie in the sun: others find their recreation in archery and pinochle. SPIRIT is that intangible something that both unites and gives a special glow to a campus. There were the pep rallies to get the student body’s interest and enthusiasm keved-up the hand played. the crowd roared till it was hoarse. The "football team” turned out to be composed of several femme fatales, while the cheerleaders were a rather “well-constructed” lot. Then there were the bonfires to culminate the fast growing excitement and enthusiasm, followed by snake dances through the town. I arge crowds turned out to spend an uncomfortable two hours on the football bank. But the hard bank was soon forgotten as the tension rose prior to the kiekofT. With clenched fists and contorted faces. the croud hoped the ball would go Iwtween tin- goal posts for the extra point. Knthusiastic cheerleaders united the crowds to show the team that we were behind them with a “Let’s go Big M!” 3236ARRIVAL DAY ill Millcrsvillc means one thing: it’s back to school again. The incoming freshmen experience new feelings, new sights. new sounds, completely different win of life from high school days. For the upperclassmen it’s the start of another year. Good'byes to friends and parent- are soon forgotten because there is plenty of fun on the way—Freshman Week! The freshman dinks and name cards provide many laughs in good natured fun. "W e love the upperclassmen" is one of the freshman chants heard frequently. Rut. all too soon it ends; the hilarity of Freshman Week is over, and it's hack to the hooks.The cap and gown represent a long awaited event in the lives of seniors. fter many hours of work and |iln COMMENCEMENT do arrives. Each senior wants to he sure that he looks his I rest in his cap and gown. After last minute instructions. the graduating seniors licgin their last walk across the Millersville eampus as undergraduate students. This procession marks the end of striving for the much desired diploma. The diploma signifies the end of college life, hill it means the In-ginning of a new career and experience. 38333?40As September rolls around so does that last eventful year »f college. The Senior year filled with student teaching, practicum. the few remaining classes hurry by in a Hash. Student teaching lakes up much of the year. This experience is the first one in which the student puts his knowledge and learning to the test in a practical situation. Although often anticipated with mixed emotions of anxiety and expectation. this semester is usually the most rewarding of all those spent in college. Each day presents new situations a new opportunity to apply a hit of knowledge. The student teacher spends long night hours in preparation for the next day’s classes. At the same time he attends practicum in order to discuss problems and experiences encountered while leaching. Then comes May and with it a diploma. Four long, but short vears are at an end. 41Activity Thought and talk and action, long days and short nights: Millersvillc Activity. From long informal hull sessions at the Student ('.enter or dormilorv rooms to more formalized meetings of Student Council. Women’s Dormilorv Council, etc., thought becomes action. Millersvillc activities offer a student the opportunity to exhibit his leadership qualities, talents, interests. When alone a student’s thoughts become a picture, an outline, a poem, a play, or a design, lint when Millersvillc students work as a group, for example, in the building of a prize-winning Hunt, thought and talk become action.IMla I’lii Klti nnnthors am entertained l»v -tide. ol England presented !• Profc-sor l.oui« Jcnuiug . Excellence in tin fields of scholarship, of leadership, ami of character is recognized on the Millersville campus by membership in HONOR SOCIETIES. The purpose of tin honorary sorority am) the fraternities is to promote the qualities of scholarship ami leadership, to maintain the hi} li ideals of professional education, and to stress fellowship among the members. Those uppcrclass students who are outstanding in scholastic endeavors and who have served the college and the community arc invited to join one of the two main honor societies on campus— Delta Phi Eta Sorority and Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity. Phi Sigma Pi officer- converse informally about an up-coming meeting. 44 Al|ili;i Bela Alpha prepares fur I ho chapter installation. Our CREEK-LF.TTKKKI) clubs are Alpha Bela Alpha ami Alpha Phi Omega. Catering to library education students. ABA furnishes them with educational and social experiences not found in the classroom. AIM) is the service fralernitv composed of former Boy Scouts. 45 P0 President Hick Turner loads .1 short business discussion Indore u sori.il affair.Students at Millcrsville whose special interest is math, science, social studies. foreign languages, library science, or industrial arts find a campus organization that is directed toward their major or minor field of study. The specific club, whether it is English or Special Ed. Club, aims to present programs that bring to light various aspects of one particular CLRRICl I.I'M. The clubs also have tin- purpose of promoting growth of their members and the campus community. Jim Era ! welcomes John PilteiiBi-r, n candidate for repre tentative lo lie State Wrmlily. to a regular meeting of the Enquin Club. cling president Robert Hurtei conducts n regular business meeting of the Kn«li-li ('lull.Kork "iwimi-ii? intere ! the following incinbrr» f the Iki'sler (Geographic Society including Mr. JoM-ph GIiks lx«rraine Hun-, Knnuld llullm.in. Janu- St.ililin.in and Judith Kirkinnn. . 0 Industrial An? Club officer have .in informal «liwu ion after .1 Hireling. Club member formulate program- that relate !•■ the work nl their major field and often complete project for allied associations. I 48 The Special Education Club executive committee meets to make final arrangements for their next meeting.President Douglas Krinmnl review- ihc minute. lW la«t meeting the Social Studio T.luli vs itli M-cn-iary Jean Hudson. 49 Memlwr of eno|iliilir Society wail i Imarrl bu»e« to take u trip to New York City to i»it the United Nation . Enjoying .1 I.it of liuuior. tin? mcmlwi • ( the Slavic Club lake a break from the li ou i»ii period. t Millersville. an at any other college, much stress is put on academic studies, and much interest is given to our PROFESSIONAL organizations. These organizations arc formed to stimulate interest among students in current teaching trends. Students acquire the knowledge needed in their fields through discussions with the many guests and speakers. PSEA and ACEI give Millersville students more definite direction in Irccoming the teachers and leaders of tomorrow. Tile nominating committee of PSEA meet- to prepare .1 »latc for tin; election of new officers. The r MlUersville cowls, und prfidrnl Stan Miller hold an informal Hireling in l.vlc I-ounge to di cu« plan for a future VCEI program. SI Mr. Ilitt: stations himself lit a convenient spot in the SnapfH'r office while giving forth with words of advice and wisdom. “Extra. Extra Co-editors of this year's Snapper. Roberta Borncman anil Joanne Ar -angclo. take a few minutes out of their busy schedule to pose for yearbook photographer. read ail about it!” is a familiar sound to all MSC students on Wednesdays when the weekly edition of college news hits the dorms and duv rooms. It is the Snapper to which the students turn to find names of |x ople tho know. events of special interest to them and other important announcements. I A CSPA medalist and All American award winner. the Snapper is an important contribution to MSC COMMl ICAT10 S. Informal conferences such a- this are standard procedure in the Snapper office on a Friday afternoon. 52■ And who arc the dedicated writers, photographers, and editors who compile the memories of all Millersville students into a volume which will travel to all sections of the country us MSC graduates find their niche in life? The members of the Toi'chstonk staff, of course. Their work is not only limiter! to regular meetings each week, hut also includes— gathering professors for their group picture, talking to club presidents about their activities, and frantically writing articles and captions to meet the printer's deadlines. Behind the scenes of the final product. the annual Tot custom-:, a CSPA medalist, loyal staff mem tiers work in their rooms and in the library. on “location" at various activities. and in tin- Tolchstonk office to plan layouts, to edit and type copy. and to arrange material for the printei in order to provide graduates and underclassmen with a diary of their college years. Decision , decisions, decision , itn-w are also some new problem lo Ik- solved ! the Tom iistosl Staff.Chris Carnesale and Frank Ferrari carefully study campus pictures before deciding which one to use in the 1%3 TOUCHSTONE.After a strenuous gym class. Marycllen Scarborough relaxes in the Women's Day Room and reads her eopj of the Snapper. During registration. Jud Eheniann and Kathy l.andrclh receive orders for the l%3 Tot custom-:. Most | co| le cannot wait to get their own cop of the latest Snapfn'r.While the team calls for time out. the cheerleaders prepare to boost spirit. Joyce II. Dougherty, practicing a new cheer, prepares before game time. On a cool niiliimn SPORTS day the familiar words "Go. Marauder Go" arc echoed from all corners of the stadium. I'he echoes ascend over an enthusiastic campus which eagerly awaits the foe. The spirit of the campus is stimulated by the nine women chosen as varsity cheerleaders. This spirit and enthusiasm is culminated in the competitive events of the college teams. Conspiring for victory. Marge Gildcrsleeve gathers with Marauder Richard French and her accomplices Sandra Grader, Joyce Dougherty. Beverly Trosley. Sall Ringluhcn. Judy Fox. Harriet Hawthorne, and Becky Fox. 56For the sports-minded fjirl the Dolphin and Lacrosse Cluhn provide an opportunity for the women of V1SC. to participate in the college athletic program. Displaying poise, charm, and ‘kill the water loving coeds present an annual water show. After their performance the enthusiastic response given to the show rewards them for their tireless efforts. Thi1 Lacrosse (Huh |»end many hours of diligent practice which results in the prowess displayed hv them in action. Dolphin (Huh members lake lime lo talk over ihrir routines on tin-land lielore completing lliem ill llir water. Ma.v llrier. -Iintent director, and Sandy Franklin, p„..j,jcnt. i,.U(] I 0||»liins in rehearsal of “America." the theme « n ! ,1 • . . r Hu, year» water show. Joan Hol |et|rr. president n cross t'luh. i- greeted tiy member ai ihrir meeting I the La-Imi eliiti11 lits111f refreshment .ire provided Iry the MenV Vanity Unit .it the liasketlull gurnet. Relaxation and genuine pleasure are found l»y tin- men and women of the Varsity Clubs. The women keep their figures I tint in the fall h wielding hockey sticks: through the winter hy shooting baskets on the haskelhall eourt. The energetie Millersville men kiek soeeer balls and footballs, run on the cross country team and jump hurdles in track. Some fight for their alma mater on the basketball, swimming, wrestling, tennis and baseball teams. Members of both clubs are honored by receiving a varsity letter in their respective sports and passing rigid initiation programs. Besides contributing to the team spirit on campus, the groups keep active by sponsoring athletic events and college dances. 58 For Homecoming the Women' Vanity Club entered a float displaying the many and various »|x»rts for women at Mtilersvillc bark through the yean.During llnniccoitiitij: Weekend, the W ickers a new cluli on campii wen? on hand to oiler any information thr visitor- rei|uc tr l. Wherever people gather there are usually many ami varied interests; Millersville is no exception. On this campus we luive formed clubs in w hich the students can develop and further their special interests. Hod and Gnn Cluh. for those people who enjoy the out-of-doors, participates in activities such as hunting, fishing, and range shooting. The Wickers, a newly formed club. promotes school spirit through their numerous activities. Kod and Gttn Cluli iinrmltm pose (or thr I'liotoHi.iplirr, hut. in season. they conducted several hunting and foiling expedition . 59Member of «lu joint Mitlcr-vlllc mid KuUtown hands relax during I ho rcjii'iirNil ) r their concert presented last year. I'he MS Band. the direction of lr. James Zwitlly, helps to boost lit- spirit of .1 largo crowd et on a Marauder victory. Ml SIC i- a definite part of the Millersville scene. Many here participate in the making, performing, analyzing, ami understanding of music. Long hours are spent perfecting the deep richness of a bass voice, the texture of a French horn, the pizzicato on a violin. B the guidance of a facial expression. a clenched fist. a body movement, the choir sings and the hand plays. Moreover, music is not all the seriousness of a concert or a recital. There is the relaxation and stimulation gained from flopping into a chair and tapping one's fool to the latest pop hit blaring from the radio or record player. Other times students gather on the football field to sing folks songs and old college standbys to the rhythm of u guitar, bongos, and banjo. 60Ii i- rehearsal lime lor the choir and director Ku- ell Getx- The Millcr«villr Stale Colleye (ilioir briny (Im true message of ClirUtrmi through eong lo tin community. Member of the Striny Emeinhle. directed li Mr. Mel er K. PorUr. practice for futute performance .rin- l iMin.itii Players ? orc l a hit v itli ilicit first three-act piny entitled “See How They Run.” I IK A M A may be a novel, a poem, a play. Hul a pla is not lili-raluri- alone; it is a collaboration of -.kills. Electricians rig tin- spotlights; carjienters hammer the scenery into place; actors nervously read for the leading roles; directors judiciously select the cast. At Millcrsville students lav down their pencils and hooks and pick up hammers and scripts to fill the roles of stagehands and actors. ii English major cx|ieriuienls with lighting techniques. A history major -els the sa-nw. science major learns lines rather than laws. In preparation for the performance there are long evenings of tedious rehearsals and costume fittings. Opening night finds the tension at its peak. Actors miimhle their lines to themselves. trying to remember their cues. Stagehands stumble over the props which clutter the wings of the stage. Make-up artists dab the last hit of powder on the star's black hair to age hint twenty years. Finally, the greatest tinge of excitement is fell by all as the curtain rises on a hushed audience. Mealier of III.- Technical Arts Clul. li«cu.« tbc .Irriwi «bcir Homecoming display. Mcmlwn • the Newman (Hull listen intently to their •|hmI»«t at one of their regular bi-monthly meetia KKUGION is it personal thing. Il is I hr response answering the inner search for Truth and Goodness. Doubts are raised and resolved; faith becomes stronger. Although campus life is a rather busy existence, most MSG students come to realise tlml they need ii few hours of quiet fellowship with students of like faith and interest. Various religious organizations, such as Canterbury Club. IVCF. LSA. MSM. SCA, Newman Club and Sholom, have done much lo enrich the religious atmosphere of the campus through their presentation of timely programs concerning topics that arc of interest to all students.All faith- join loisctlici in an IV(,F li mn sing. Distribution "f coffee ami doughnut . reminiscent ol tin- 1920' bread-lines nn I hr brisk Homecoming afternoon, i« sponsored liy the l.iitbcrun Student Association. 64(Hub president A pry! Enter)' rail an impromptu committee meeting for Methodist Student Movement. Member SCA participate in a livmn sintt at one ol their evening session . 65GOVERN NIK NT. a mi established form « l administration, is a recognizable aspect of Millersvillc campus life. With llie goal of promoting the general welfare of the college, the Student Council governs the Student Government Association to which all regularly enrolled students at the college belong. To fulfdl the organization's social ami cultural functions, the seven elected officers and 15 elected representatives of classes and governmental organizations eoo|MTate to charter new student organizations, appropriate student funds. and enact and enforce rules of student conduct. Student Council members give their attention to a proposal brought to the floor by Dale Denlinger.To acquaint the Students with parliamentary procedure end government Activities the Intercollegiate Conference on Government ha sponsored speakers and debates. Through the political functions of ICC. the Young Republicans and the Young Democrats. interest in polities on the Miller ville campus has increased. Political s|wakers. debates, campaigns. mock elections and actual service to the political parlies have contributed to this rising; interest. Young Republican ;iul» helped to muster supirort on campus (or William Scranton in hi- successful hid for the governorship. Member of the Young Democratic Club enjoy an informal discussion afi«-i their regular business meeting. President Dennis keeper conduct a regular business meeting f the Intercollegiate Conference on (iovcmmenl organization. Mi. Henry Ituclier li« ,u»‘t dormitory problem? with llw Koddv Mm Community Association. I I In- Women’ Day Student -w«-ijiiion celebrates llir arrival of Qiri»fin.i' wilh a ChriMnuis party held in the day room. Comfortable facilities provided by f ui urbanizations W'CA. MCA, WDSA. MDSA— promote harmonious dormitory lift-ami relaxation areas for between class hours. Conducting various civic and social functions is a major part of their program. Representatives to Student Council keep the respective organizations up-to-date on governmental campus activities. The officers of WCA form the Dormitory Council which functions to establish dormitory standards and provide dormitory equipment. central feature of the women's organization is the Rig-1.idle Sister program. Men Mil dents crack their hook in tlir Day Room almvri llir Rat Race.Athletics Games almost lost and almost won: Millcrsville athletics. Students leave their I looks and come stand in the rain to watch what imiv be another game thriller. The cheerleaders yell and jump to make the lin'd crowd cheer. Hut i( it's a good game or a weekend, the crowd takes over and chants. “We want a touchdown," or stands to w ish the kick through the goal posts and applauds or jeers the referee. The teams are fidgit just before the game and proud after the games that are won and discouraged after the games that are lost. And there is sometimes the fierce spirit of the West Chester game. Gridders II in Stats, Hut Lose 6 (dunes Tom (rv»in cuts hi way through K.i«t Stroudsburg player (or big gain. Inder |iilr o( Kul town | lay«'r« 1 an unidentified MS( ball carrier. MSC player an- Steve Foriudel «S2l ami Marlin Hetrick iMl. FOOTOAM ItKSI ITS Miller»ville 0 Itamlnlph-Macon 22 Miller villr 19 Kul tnwn 13 Millersville 0 WctI ihe»ter 38 Miller-villi- 13 lllooiii hurg 20 Millcrivillc 14 Muii) field 33 Millcmville . 6 Ka t SlrutuMiurg 19 Miller-vilb- 19 (literati (I Millers illr 0 Delaware Valley 10 A helpful liarul for a Millersville frieml from Cttphiin Nat Tae-Chimi. Top Row: (loath George Katchmrr. Fun i» tarm. J k- IbxrjMU. H..I. Mr.aros. K.i Critchfirld, Sieve Knm«dd, Il ir-.M Tate. E«H Bower, Harry Kindgrn. Mien )ct ko. Al L« ko i, Ijrry Turn llain. lU-rt Cooprr»lcil). manager. Middle How: Axusuuil Couch la u It.im |nillj. lit.ii Siinunmit'll. W . « • Spunseller. Bill uniininu . James David. Kulunl Walter . Toni Rupchiitski, Glenn l.nehberner. Ilnli Rennet;. Ilnmi Itortx. Cuivin Kraft, Frank Thorpe. Dim 1'r.u, Gerald llurdinit. Hollom Ron Henry IVMilo. !Wd Springer, liarold Urntmorr, Fred Kuu, Tom Irwin, Dwayne Bfjrli. Nat Taechiiw, Jerry Kunkle. Marlin Heir irk. Kill kauri . Charles Ortman. Bob Ferine. Gary Smith. A record of two win and six hoses is not so impressive n season. Hut to the Millcrsvillc foolltall team which week after week outplayed opponents statistically and displayed excellent team spirit and u will to win. the season was not as dismal as the record. A losing season hail I wen forecast by head roach George . Katchmer and his assistant Kugenc Groff and Arthur I Inline when he tm k his sipiad of inexperienced men to Itandolph-Macon. Virginia, for the opening game. The southerners proved that their fine hospitality ran b readily turned into hostility on the football field as they defeated the visitors, 22-0. The following Saturday the Marauders redeemed them-selves—both for the previou week's loss and last year’s humiliating defeat to Kut town bv whipping Kulztown 19-13. The Marauders got things -tailed fast on touchdown by Jake Eckenrode and Torn Irwin, returning after a year absence. The winning touchdown came on an aerial from •piurtcrhack Buddy Ortman to sophomore Al l askowski as Millcrsvillc evened its record at 1-1. The next week wa spent in preparation for an invasion by powerful West Chester Stale, who. the week before, hud lost its first Conference game in year-. But this Saturday the cla-sy Ham , behind some fine running by Little Ml American candidate Joe lacone, easily defeated the Marauders by a 38-0 score. The next two Saturdays an injury-ridden |uad traveled north and got cold receptions in Bloonishurg and Mansfield. The loss'- were frustrating Irecausc the statistic favored the Marauder . In the unnual Homecoming game Millersx illc hosted |Hiwerful Last Stroudsburg. Though the Marauders played what may have been their Irest game of the year, they came out on the short end of a 19-6 score. After working over Cheyney State. 19-0. on a muddy and cold playing field, the Marauder closed the season at home in a closely-fought encounter with Delaware Valley. The result was a ten point loss a the offense could not produce a score. This rebuilding season was high-lighted by the standout play of senior Nal Tacchino. Jerry Runklc. and Steve Koruudcl and junior Joe Boccabella and Boh Mesaro . 73Sidrliw Marauder rrady and awaiting action. Sli'ic Fnrnadid | idU out to clear the way for un-een halfback in Ktllz-town till.I Iml two heart-, III. I lump' .», j,,., J ||.ilf-liiur •UJlrn c—ion. Field Hockey Team Records 1-5-1 Mark Jean Wiedemnyer lead- a Miller-ville rhargr again-l Elizabethtown. "This year’s Maraudrrcttes played I teller hockey than the record shows." Dr. Mary E. Dixon, coach of women’s field hockey, indicated after a season record of 1-5-1. Though six -tandout performers will ! o lost through graduation, the outlook for next year is not dim. The •enior- include co-captain Lih Shafran and Sandy Neil, wings Linda Lorenzon and Betsy Williams, fullback Ro-may lie Delloff and goalie Ginny Bcssetle. In a 5-3 decision over Lchanon Valley, sophomore center Marty Gundrum scored three goals to lead the offensive. With Gundrum returning next year along with a number of other veterans, the hockey team can expect improvement mi this year's record. ' goal, j jjiijljr. .mil 3 -.'urc by MSt.- I.ynn Kirk. K t KIEIJ) IIOCKtt l%2 Millers villr s Millers villc 2 Millers villr 0 Miller-villi- 1 Millrrsvillr ;t Millrr-ville 1 Miller-vjlle 1 l.el .imm Valley 3 Eli aliethlown 6 Dickinson 1 SWppenshurg 2 Celty-hurg S Mulilenherg - 1 Su« |uehanna _ 3 Hfit How: Woiin.i Re—el, Sally Singer, l.imla Lorenzon, Sandy Neil, Lulu Shafran. t'.inny lb—rite. Second Unit: Lynn Kirk. Ibvkv Slider. Martv Gundrum. Winnie Lapp. Romayne Delloff. B«-Uy William . Claire ntr-s J un Hof-ntter. Third Ron IVligy Eagle-on. Janet Ankiuin, Linda Young. Sue Slmff. Erin Stauffer. Junrt P.iirr, Sluron Hr,inning, Jean Wirdinmyer. Ih-tli Shurr,hrM Unv:'. Hc n Suppler. l.rc Short. I'liil Sinilh, Don H-lnn-luilo. Al Milli . Jo - Wilt. Ed Cuodhaft, Jack Cannon. Second Hole: IWtm Krocrk. t.n.ild Quinn, Paul Swiininliur . Hob Arontohn, Drnnii Van Tu»«cl, Hon Ferrnce. Vinec K« y, Paul Hilliard Third Non (.aach John lluser, Tom Dughu, Marly Conley, Janie Diirkenficld. Hill Au t. Emil l)»u| lr. Hairy lining. Mike Bn-krr, Drum Mr Donald, )«-rr Hrrnner. Hill Kraiil, Joe l air, Honalil nlonil. manager. Maruudi-ii, mint in lor tin kill with f.erry Hrenni-r t second le l I and Hon Former. Krr lniun Hon Ferenc® head in one of lii» five goals Jg.iin-l Sliip|irn»luirg. Ron Suppler -how fine spirit a« hr lu-jd one downfirld. Hooters Just Miss I’laying .oOO Hull sot CF.H HUS I LTS | dlrr vdle 2 hick II.wen 1 Miller-villr 1 Kaltimore 7 Millersville 1 Ea»l Siroudtliurg 2 Millersville 2 l.inrtdn — 1 Millersville Ship|H-n-liuric 0 Millersville 3 1'hiladrlphia Textile — 1 M11 lr f ■» illr 1 New Holland 1 l illrr% illr 2 S upie lull li a 0 »i iii » mi Miller illr 1 Howard 4 Mil It ruv illr 2 Fairleigli Dickinson 3 Millrwillr 0 Eli alirthliiMn 1 Milliwlllr , . __ 3 Paterson 1 Coacll John I laser’s soccer loam. | l;iy in" a tough sehed-die, rnilol (lit sraMin with a record of five win . «i loured, ami title lie. This record is mil an accurate indica-lion of llte fine caliber « f soccer played by I he Marauder I looters. Willi a few breaks in u couple of close games I he Marauders would have easily altered iheir log to an H-.'M record. The Marauders displayed their true capabilities in iheir final game by losing lo a powerful Elizabeth-town College Irani 1-0, a Irani dial went on to win the Midtile Atlantic Conference championship and placed second in the NCAA Eastern Regional . Millersville will lose seniors Ktl Coodharl. I.er ShoiT. Mike Becker, M Midi ami Bob ronshoii. bill llir future looks brigbl for tin- Marauder hooters with sueli lellcrmen a iheir outstanding goalie, junior Hon Eshenshade. sophomore inside Vincent Keagy ami freshman scoring sensation Bun Terence plus a host of other veterans. With this fine rrop of returning lettermen Coach I laser ami sipiad should provide some outstanding soccer for Millcr-villr Stale next fall. I Harriers Break School Record Firnt How: ti Drwlirr, Bill Gallagher, John Morgan, I’hil Moth. Jim Itanck. Second Hou-: Harry Slrll. manager; ( lair DirithiT. It«i-t Re nurlcy, Dave Wnyurka, Howie Si reel, Coach Hick DrHiirl. CROSS COI .NTID 1962 Milhisville 18 West Chester 15 Millcrsvillc 2S Ka l Stroudsburg 30 Millrrsvilh- 21 Lincoln .V. Bowie 74 Millcrsvlllc U Sow|ileh.inna Wl Millcrsvlllc 15 11 •• | t|C ||,| |)|1 hi 43 Mill.r.vill. 21 Kli .vlx-lhlown 35 Millersvllle 25 Delaware Valley 31 Millersvllle 21 Howard M, Millrrsvilh 12 Fa 1 Heigh Dickinson 18 Millcrsvilh- 15 Chr ney 50 The l‘K»2 edition of the MSC cross Country team ran through ail 11 -meet season this year, ami run it tli«- did! fter bowing to thr powerful Rum of Wot ('.holer in the season's o|H-ner. the Dick DeHart-coached runner proceeded lo rack tip a vrio of eight consecutive victories before again tasting defeat. Counte«l among the victim were such higblv touted foes as Delaware Valley and a strong K-town team. This well-balanced and highly spirited group closed out it line season by hosting tin- annual State College championships. In this event the Marauder finished third behind Slippery Hock and West Chester. Six returning letlermen will form the nucleus of a team which could very possibly bettci this year's record-breaking mark. ‘. -2. Five "punt! steady" (or .1 firm! place lie and victory. First Now: Rich Frrrich», manager: Tom Liwxin, Jim Phillip . coach: Richard Drllan. Captain Skip Benner (with Burr Rhode . Charles Onni.iii. Don Crillct, mo miner. Second Now: Rill ChroniMer, manager; Tom Finley, Felix H.iitn«h. her Savant, Car)' Day, Mike Komrta, Cy Young, Fran l.uoa li. Raymond Mullin. assistant coach. 17 Losses Most In Cage History Burr Rhodes orr» against Cheyncy in 74-57 victory. 78 Millersville’s basketball team recorded a 0-17 record f« r the 1962 63 season for the most losses ever suffered b a Marauder squad. However, the 1926-27 team had an 0-9 mark, the only time that an MSC basketball outfit failed to register a single win. Second halves were disastrous to the Marauders throughout the season, os time and again they failed to come up with u strong finish. In the State College Conference they finished seventh in the Eastern Division, copping only three out of 10 league bgttles. Mansfield won the Eastern title for the third straight year. Junior Mike Komcta scored 131 points to pace the scorer for the second year in a row. Captain Skip Benner, freshman Frank Ainsworth, tall Gory Day and sophomore Mike Kometa 50» await rebound, but Sl ippcn hurg won tin game. - IMike Komcl.i score from under I he basket despite Chryary p|K nefit'- desjicratr effort. Iii JV name Felix Ikirlutli (20) hit »n jumper. MSC won. Cheyney foe and Frank Ainsworth scramble on flmn but (lity Day liu« tl»e ball with Skip Benner (M) nearby. Jim Phillips furnished ihe remainder of the scoring for the team. The squud had .t six-game losing streak early in the season, and wound up the campaign with an eighl-game loss skein. The Marauders lost both games in the series with traditional rivals r.lizahelhtowu and West Chester. Looking ahead the team loses only Benner and reserve guard Kran l.ucash. and hojtes to have Phillips hack with the team in the full. He was ineligible during the last half of the season. The junior varsity team logged a better than .500 percentage and several of the group will undoubtedly move up to the varsity next season. BASKETS M l RESLLTS Millcrcvillr 58 Lycoming s:» lillrr villr 58 Philadelphia Textile 70 Millrr vlllr 75 Mansfield 9-, l i||, rw iii. fit Sliip|u-ndiurg 72 11 111 I ill t || if-fa X till of Kut .towii 78 1111 1 III Millt?r villr 55 HloonishiirK 71 Millrrwil!. It Eli alN-thtown 55 (nv't.) lill. rwv illf 07 Bowie 81 1 iiiriM iii Millrrsvillr 71 West Chester 81) 70 ( 111 «• r i! It 91 K. Stroudsburg iiii I3 im Millenville 91 t.heyney 88 1111 1» III l;iL.r t ill,. 79 Howard 89 .Mini in Millersvillr VltlllT.t till' 61 Matffield 71 riieyney 57 57 «IIIKl » III Millersvillr 88 fn ii'Th 80 lill,..,. in,. 61 Shippe»i hurg »1 HI HI VI illiTsv i 1 |«a 65 Kutrtown 78 i iii ■ «y iim Millersvillr 51 Btonnisburii 76 to:; 76 Mill -rs il! - 71 K.li alN-t blown Millers ville 66 W «--l (ihesler Millersville 70 E. Stroudsburg 76 82 78 Southeastern .»I IIICI III 79A’i'rif Hon: Nancy Bel. nniniifer: M.irllui Heaver, Jual Kiehurd-. Nancy Wolfe. Beverly Hailey, Njiuy Hrulraker. manager. Sr. ond How. Eileen Mnyrr. Stella Wojlon, i awl WWnic -ki. Sandy Shaffer, Caml Ker.hirer. Wilma Black, Mr- loin- IWuart, roach. Third Raw: Peggy Mown, Sandy Miantrldrr. Dee Roller. Jean Tarantino, Erla Stauffer. Dotty Snyder. Absent: Bren-•la Broonir, Dawn Sherman. Afit-i mi ofM'iiing goiim’ victory, the Millersville women otgers went Ilirough a losing streak that totalled five straight hi'fore they could win again. The final record was 3-6 for the season. Victories wcic -cored over the St. Joseph's Nurses and f- hanon Valley with the Dutch Girls bowing twice. Howe'er, Elizabethtown. Muhlenberg. Cheyney anti Gettysburg "•■re too much for the Mnruudrretlcs. Daw’ll Shernitm pared the team in scoring with help from Wilma Black, Kiln Stauffer and Peggy Mason. II omen Cagers Sport 3-6 Mark WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BKSl I.TS Millersville 39 St. Joe’s Nurses 23 Millersville 28 Shippeusburg Stale College 37 Millersville 13 iheynev Stale ( ollege 59 Millersville 36 Gettysburg College 58 Millersville 23 Elizabethtown College 83 Millersville 37 Muhlenberg College 66 Millersville 35 Lebanon Valley College 29 Millersville 30 Elizabethtown College 16 Millersville 15 Lebanon Valley College 25 Skin- Hying. Senior Dawn Sherman « ored held goal lot Millers ill.- attain-! l-chanon Valiev.Hou Wall Kllku . 1‘lul SluulTer. Steve Dougherty, 'IVd Nichols Ted Durr. Buck Wrlnu-r. SrionJ Row: John Gilpin. J,„. uniWM y ,|, Engle. Sl. vr Eldridgr. Boh Grim. Tom .Naylor. Thin! Hon- Ed Mine. John Swjiiwmi, Gay rn»l. Tom Dr.—let. Don Lofevrr. U,,|, Arnn-ohn, Barry IVairr. Abxrnt: Gerry Cchman. Butch Suppler. Boh Jamivoii. Mermen Slide to Dismal 2-7 Log SWIMMING KKSl I.IS Miller-v ill :m Howard University 56 Vlillersv ille 16 Henna. Military College IB Millersville 29 K. Stroudsburg State College 65 Millersville 35 Rloornsburg Slat.- College 60 Millersville 50 Hainbridge •14 Millersville 45 Morgan State College 50 Millersv ille 10 Lycoming College 55 Miller-y ille To like- (adlcge 25 Millersville 33 Lock Haven State Crdlege 02 Two victories uml seven defeats won tin- log l(f (he Mil. Icrsvilli 'uimiiu'h foi 1962-63. Defeat. in the relax events Brought about several losses as a lack of depth hurt the mermen all season long. Victories were registered over Hainbridge and Wilke-with Harry I’earer. John Gilpin ami Huh Grim standouts for the squad. Couched for the first three years of it- existence by Gene Groff, the team was taken over this season by Dr. Ka Run-kle. Mr. Donald Tiglir couched the divers. . Millrr-villr’» expert in the hiitlrrily event, lo victory in uiefl acJiri’l Wilke ollege.First Hou : Kim Thompson. (jjr Jones, Phil Lohl, Cliirlrv Wanner, Don Wilwrr, Jen- Ki-ndrrdinr. Dirk Hull, l .t««• Schrellb-r, Second How: Jim Maurr), coach; Bert I.mo:. manager; Mall IK-ppc. Bill Schicr. Frank Vosqucz, Jiin Kramer. Phil Mulh, John Bratton. Dwayne Beach. WRESTL1NC RESl LTS Millersvillc 20 Howard University 8 Milleravillr 27 Delaware Valley College 3 Millersvillc 3S Lincoln 1 niversity 3 Millersvillc 13 K. Stroudsburg Slate College 20 Millersvillc .... 3 Btoomsburg Slate College 32 Millersy ill,- l(» West Chester State College 10 Millersvillc 15 Wayncsburg College 18 Millersvillc 8 Shippenshurg State College 22 Millersy i11 - . U Wilkes College 13 Millcrsv ille 3 Lock Haven State College 30 Injuries Stall Varsity Matmen After three triumphs at the loginning « f the season, the Millersvillc wrestling team encountered heavy going. yv hiding up with a 1-51 mark. Being fair to the team. Coach Jim Mauiey never had his full varsity team available for a single match during the campaign. During the first half season starters Jere Kenderdine and Ken VVitwor were sidelined with injuries, hut as soon as they returned Charley Wagner ami co-captain Phil Loht hoth were forced lo struggle along with injuries. The leant walloped Howard I niversity. Delaware Valley Aggie- and Lincoln University Before falling to Hast Stroudsburg in a close match.A moment later Phil I.oht scored .1 | in. t Powerful Bloomsburg hung a 32 3 setback on the grap plersi, but they bounced bark to tie Wert Chester in llieir best team effort of the entire season. Waym burg eked out an 18-15 triumph and Shippcns-burg also won. but again the team rebounded to edge Wilkes, I 1-13, in the home finale. A loss to Lock Haven ended the season. In retrospect il was a vear of “alniosls." The loss of three one-point individual matches in three of the battles tilted the advantage to the enemy. Had the events gone the other way. the Marauders could easily have compiled a 6-3 or 7-2 mark. Wilkes hcncli waldio action in iltook Hall meet. 83Willi Ktrldrr, Mtlli'rallllr- Imu'lulll rum'll. mi i Iminrr •lui Ihml i (nr ill 1 Mm,unlit l%2 M SI I IS Milli-r-v ill 20 1 inniln .A Mill, r.vlll.. 0 Kiil Kmii 1 Mill. l.vill.T v Ton mi II f. Mill, nvilli 8 HIlMilllllllIlp 0 Mllli'i ivllli- I Slirpln III lull. Ilnvm 1 Millii nvllli 5 4 Mlll.l.illlr 0 .-I (Hi. .i. i 5 MHIrrmlllr 12 Shl|.|im lairg l.v;$ l%» sell KIM I.K Mm. Ml llmvanl I nin 'Pity In in piil i 1.in.din 1 urn i.iiy hiii) |.iil 10 Kni imiii Slat. ( oil.' . Im'im April 20 K.i i Sinnnl-lniir. Stair ( lllll'Rl In'ui April 22 Tiiwhiii Stair Gllll'gl llnmfi A lull 27 Slni.lirfd ( i||.«r llntnr Mill 1 Iml tlillrn Stall (lull. ,U ! limn1 Mai 2 IIUiuhi I»IJI Slulr (ai||«'|t« llotnr M.iv 1 MiI|'p 'iii )iuim Si.111» ,'nlli'ji.' 2) loo 1 M.ii i W. .I i In -n i Sluti Culli'ui' llniiii' M.iv II Kmo.mu Sl.ili- i ..ll. i • llnm 1' May l l M in-ln l l Stall' i:»IIi k« 2 .limy Vi tri,hi iiiln'Mi i Mull ll' |i|" 111.1 • lii ml iliitiiiu luilllni' | r.nil i liaseball Irani ('loses at 3-7 ll win ii 5-7 inuril 111 l'W 2 (m lln lilU«r vill - lni -liull 11 11111 a rain |iluyi' l linvm ivilli I lie mIiciIiiIi . ivu-liinu mil nix gnincM. I In- l«'iim null i|i«-«l I linroln in lln « |H ni r, 20 5, Iml llicn li.«l In kitl lmm liofmv Iiiiiiiiiin; Imvimi. Aflri Ilt.il lln niily virlory inmilml nil a fi I 11 iinii|ili ovt'i link Haven ill lln Slnli (lollcgi (InllfiMi’lirc. A lOgaini i'ln iliilc laii'il lln Mnrmiili'i fm I'Wi.l. Imi I lulu'll W all KiiMilri va» n| liiiii»tir alimil |ini“|M I . A gimi|i nf |iiinnisiiig fn' liiin ii irpmlwl to aiigincill lln vfil-.......iilliilgoiil Irfl ovoi limn laM «ra mi. lint Ih in I lurry Itnuli'm, I 1 Null Dlrl. Itrliim-. Inn) I .Xnwn Hon l( n I tirlur Julia Mnrri-, (»l..... l.ivi'Uln'iun. I • I, Wriilm-r. Mill Mi |i|» , All Milli i I' ■ - H I. M.I JI I hlitl Him lllil. I illuming , hlrl Stull Hull IVlinr, I,un W i in i Km lliinll. I'liiu Winti'i , Ini N'umilku l it it IIoti lin k Monk, I’ltintigrt i;«r Smith, noiuugi-t. Win lti'»«n«liif KIwinmI I'rnlny, Mark Imn- , fun Will, I ».«!•• Mrl'ln i mu, Kinli-ii.l Kiiianl. Knit I luv.-i-t Irk llnli Siaullnr. Huh Kerr. Srnmil foil V » llc.nlilii, l.ilitt Notion, Hutch Supplnn I Inn IIi.mIi.i, I• Iiit Murium. Ilmvii Slrrii, lliitolii Sheii.-wolf, Itoli W ill-, Hun Si'lwmnl, Mike I in1 In'i Thin! Hon I euiv 11 nil i it it ii, lloh Knn | , Turn Hi ’«i’, Steve Si'lmll, l I i»knvt kl. Art tlrrar-lirr, I am Miller, llirlili liiidillinrt, Tetl I'la-tiim, I ‘Ini Smith I u.trh Arl lliilnic illrecl tin MmauiJor iMi-kim n. Trackmen tin joy Exceptional ) car Knjnvlng util III lilt Ih’hI seiimim in ||n- of tIn "ptil't il Millet Hvillf, tin I link II'JIIII lugged live viilmii-H in elglil meet , Triiini|iln nvi'i I .nek I lit eii mill Slii|i| ott»liurg won ltij;li I i jjlil •» ill I In yeti t, tvliili I In Imn In I'.ml Slrntiilnliiii). In lr-« limn Iwu |iuinlt wit (lit lilllrii -t Imlllr ■( till. ’mnli Ail 11 ii Inn 'lit ■ ■ It-d I In Iijiiii ln-1 vent mill imli • .ili il I lull t illi ii few liienk« I lie I'Wi.'l i|ii.iil might iij| |h tin ellm l« nf I In l'Wi2 new Mini of till tin lentil tvn niimtip fin it liellei fininli in I lie (Intifc renne mee| limn |,t«| vent'' » l l» |iliiee linn Is. I%2 IfKSl I.IS Mlllrnvflh ll)l l Ihcyni') 30 Mill, i-vill. 08 kllljlnttli 03 Millet •villi’ II8H Hint In m Millrravfllc m laupk Hitsi-n m Mlll.i.vill. 68}, Shl|i|ii'iiihui|i aii Mill.,.Mil, ttlli l'.,it| StimnMriirit Mr}, Mlllcnvllh .W, Hliniiinhurit 16) Mill.r.tlll. Trcnimi 07!i 1 ionlcfciiiT Milt, «Utli |ilnce tin with Kiil luttn. i%h si in in i i Mm 30 Ilutt 11.1 I'llil.'IMIS llomt' |i(il 3 !he ncy Stall llolleie 1II «rt April ft Dnlatt.un Valh'v I ulli'yi’ llomr April 20 Slippery Hu. 1, Slat.' 1 oil. t . lllllHK April 23 Ihivtin Stall t ullritn III .11 A pul 20 1 • ini llrlui. linn April 27 hiiutoivii Slat. ( ..III |in Hoiur April 2V Him httiu anil M, StruuiMiiiiu ill Sii.in.Miiitii t linn M,t 1 Ti.'trltui Slain • Vrllexe llomr Al.it 1 r.ilnr Hill Killa i lunt Mn II Sl.lln ( nl|n«( t 1, iiripinil-llip. It In tui t 1 1 inn Mm If. Sllippi ml,III 11 Still, t a.llnjt. llomr 85First Rou: K«l lline, Joe Talc. Hill Koons, Herb K.irhp. coach Hugo Flora. Second Rote Paul Sharpie ", Don Winner, John Mann, John Vogelsang. Netinen Compile 5-5 Log in ’62 MillrWvillc all-weather court |»-rm■ I practice session before sprint: arrive . Il was a tough struggle hut the men’s tennis team achieved a 5 5 record for l%2. Two losses to a usually-strong Towson i Mil.) squad kept tin- Marauders front advancing above .500. Conference fires were bandied well b tin- netinen ns they defeated Oheyney, kutztown. Blooinshurg. However, champion East Stroudsburg took the Marauders twice, as did Shippcnshtirg. Four of the first liners were hack in 1963 to give Coach Hugo Fiora a feeling of contentment as the M|uud prepared for 1963 action. The Marauders had a I l-game schedule confronting them this year, one of the largest in the sport’ hfetorv at Millers-ville. Millersvilh-MiIIitm ilh-Millersvillo Millersville Millersville Millcnwilh-Millers' ille Millrrsvilh-Millersvillr Millrr«vill Dwtt SCHEDI I.E Mur. 30 Howard t nivi-r-ily Home April !» April 6-April in Shippcn»burg Si.in- Gillette Aitov Lincoln Aum Kutztown Stale Gdlege ... Awoy April 18 April 20 Bainbridgo Home Easl Stroudsburg Slate (.idlege Aivaf April 21 Hbxirn.biiig Slate Cnllege Auoy April 27 Ma 2 Su- pielijinia Home Hldiuiisbiirg Stale Gdlegc Home May 6 M.is It Delaware Valley Horne KuI .Iomii Stale Gillette Horne May I t May 15 Ita in bridge A way ToWsOU Slate College Horne m..' a Sllippcn»blirg Stale (College Horne 1962 HESI I.I’S i Chcfnej I 7 KuI Iomii 2 9 Blooin hurg 0 2 East Stroudsburg 7 1 Tow on 6. .1 Towson 6 7 Kutztown 2 0 Sliip|M-n»liurg 9 8 lilouiiisluiri: 1 1 East Slroiiiisburp 8 8bIl Member» o) ihr 1962 leant include: Fir.tt Note: Sandy K I'.irluf.i Anderson. Pul Burkhart, Sue Kcylor. Fay Kramer. Sand Her hey. Second Non Judy Kirkmun. Jackie llutterworth. Iturhai.i Dracli. Ka Kauffman, Marty Gundriun, Joan Groff. Third Nou . Barbara Conrad, Stella Wojton, Joan Thus . Chilli l-ewi . Martha Griffith. Fourth Non : Judy Fox. Joan Kendig. Erla Stauffer. Judy Ehcmatt, Sandy Mundorf, Tnhy Dobson. Mrs. Kathryn Hill'- women's tennis -quad whipped Ship-penshurg, 5-2, in the final meet of the season to give the team a 3-3 record for 1962. Coed Netters in Eren Split, The women had previously heaten the $hip| enshurg leant in an earlier match, 1-2. The team hail no luck with Elizabethtown at all. dropping both matches. However, another win, a close one. over Muhlenberg. 3-2. accounted for the other decision. Seven matches are on the can! for 1963 with Dickinson being played in a two-gome series. As in men's tenuis the women have four veterans re. turning for action in 1963 and are a good bet to improve the 1962 record. 1962 RES! I.TS Millrrovillr 0 Elizabethtown li!(« r« 111 • 1 Sbfppt nsborg ••in • ' ••»• VI i lter«villp 3 Muhlenberg • III l”i “ ■ ill' VI tlle r«v till 1 Elizabethtown • lniri |,11..r vi 1 Ic 1 Diekinxm 1 III” • tit' .Miller ville ft Shippen«hurg 1963 SCHEDULE April 23 Shippenobur Slate College April 25 Eiizutx-lhtown College April 30 Dickinson College May I Muhlenberg College May 7- Shippcmburg Slate CUdlege May 13 Elizabethtown College May 15— Dickinson College Away Home Home dnyn Home Atcay A ic ay Pre-season pose -how- 1962 veteran . Ka Kauffman. Judy Fox. Fay Kramer (Handing), and Su»- Key lor and Erla Stauffer 'seated). 87People A college is people . . . Jill kinds of them . . • from the president and tin- faculty to the secretaries and maintenance crew . . . the alumni office and the business office . . . and students . . . all kinds, all sizes, all philosophies, all goals . . . somehow in the four-year process of making a student an alumnus all of the people come in contact with each other . . . and what they do affects the lives of each other . . . directly and indirectly . . . for all have the same interests at heart and are working for the same results . . . and in 108 ears Millersville has seen thousands of people cross il-campus . . . this hook is about those who spent tin-college year l J62-( 3 here.Pkksihknt I). I.. Bikmksdkrfkm A Faculty Is . . . The Administration, President Binm--derfcr anti Dean RreidcnMi-in | it. (I. HrKIDKNSTINK, Dean of Academic Affairs confer on matter of academic im|MirtaiK c. 90 ACADEMIC DEANS: Dr. Raymond E. Kulil, Dr. J. Richard My, Dr. Michael C. Kov.kIi. Dr. Hurt I.. Dunniirc, Dr. Junto V. Becker, Dr. Eugene K. RoI I . Dr. Daun W. Nc»bit Plus Those Who I •STUDENT DEWS: Dr. Clyde S Stine, Mr. Charle I. Kent, Dr. Willinnt II. Duncan, Dr. VnllMirg Fletly, Dr. Robert Rrown. 91And Those Who Hove Cone Before . . Dr. Bum. . Osburn II is well recognized that through the efforts of Dr. Burl . Oshurn. who came to Millersvilh when the industrial arts department was being established, the department has achieved its present high status. I)r. Oshurn headed the industrial arts department from 1941 until his death in late spring of last year. Oshurn Hall, the new industrial arts building, was dedicated to the IA prolessor in 1961 and hears his name. “The nature of the building and the facilities it provides are largely the work of Dr. Oshurn.” President Biemesderfer said. Dr. Oshurn may he gone, hut none will deny that the results of his accomplishments will prevail for years to come and will remain influential factors in determining Millcrsvilie’s future growth. 92PHYSICAL EDI CATION GEOGRAPHY First How: Mr. Aitliur Lord, liw Esilier M. KilhelTcr, Mr. Roger Trindell. Second How: Dr. Glenn V. Stephenson, Dr. Robert N. Ford, chairman; Mr. Joseph Glass. First Hotc: Mr. Eugene Groff. Mr. Arthur K Hulme. Mr. George A. Katchinrr, Mr. Ituymond ( Mullin. Second Hon : Mr. Richard I DeHart, Dr. Mary El i -i belli Dixon, Mr . K.ithiyn It. Hill, Mr , lone L Uonvart. Dr. Raymond J. Rouble. chairman. Il Is the Training, Practical Experience . . . EDUCATION-PSYCHOLOGY First How: Mi Charlotte Good, Dr. J. Itielmrd .erby, Mr. Jamr M.mrey. Dr. Hurt Dunrnirc, Dr. Wilmer C. Berg. Dr. Raymond K. Knhl. Dr. John E. I.wwlord, Dr. Janie W. lin ker. Mr. Charles I. Kelli, Mr. Jacob (.’. A ine. Second How: Mr. Waller Kreider. Mis Audrey A. Iturie. Mi-- Belly Ruth Jennings. Air. I.r.irr l.ibr. Mr. R. Shield Metjder, Mr-. Edna Simon. Mi" Mabel Moberg, Mi Doris (.‘reswell, Mr . Esther Ijowry. Mr . Mildreil Donnon, Mi- Kli .ilntli Jennings, Miss Iteairiee Smith. Mi— Edith R Rapp. Dr, Caleb Burlier, Dr. Raul Z Ruiiirnrl. Dr. Eugene K. Robb, chairman. 93SOCIAL STUDIES HISTORY hirst How: l)r. Maxwell Myen , chairman: 'Jr. Charier A. Lord. Mr. Jowrph K. Walker, Dr Richard (!. Keller, Dr. Virginia Reck. Second Row: Dr. Ahrjiu J. Foxier, Mr. Robert B. Carxon, Dr. George I.. Vounis. Third Rote: Dr. David (,). Voijrht. Mr. Carl F. Poke. FOREIGN LANG I GE Zeal to Achieve, Ability to Inspire . . . SCIENCE hirst Ron : Mr. George F. .Stauffer, Mr. Paul Melncrncy. Dr. Alex Hendervui. Second Row. Mr. Daniel Knglr, Mr. John L. Konibiugh. Dr. Catherine Keever. Dr. Jarne- B. Kokcri. chairman, Third Row: Mr. Kenneth G. Miller, Mr. Williaui li. Caldwell. Mr. William It. Mcllwainr Fourth Ron . Mr. Harold K. W'eirich. Mr. John M. Roth. I First Row: Dr. Theodore II. Rupp, chairman; Mr . Beatrice Kiliough. Mrv, Kathryn Kulil. Dr. Koherl ( Mel i. Second Ron: Dr. Michael 0. Kovach. Mr. (X Richard Ream.ENGLISH First Row: Mr. William F. I)il li r, Mr. Joseph E. Rhra. Dr. Norman Charles. Mr. Churlr- E CumpMon, '!r, William S. Trout, Mr. I.oui G. Jenning . Dr. 1.. S. Lingcnfellcr, chairman: l)r. Mary Bright lull. Mr. Cameron D. Im--ruun. Dr. Debrah I.cSjrc. Second Row: Mr. Porre t Endcr . Mr. Earle M. Hite. Dr Ednaril II. Groff, Mr. Donald J. Tijihr, Mr . Margaret Woodbridge. Dedication to Job, Desire to Learn . . . INDUSTRIAL ARTS I.eft to Right: Dr Earl M Weber, chairman, Mi. Fraud J. Kafkj. Mr. Hup J. Kiora. Mr. Robert G. HoMettor, Mr. Clifford I Yard, Mr. Paul W’. Eshrlman, Mr. Urban I.. Monical. Dr. George H. Dillow. Mr. Henry J. Kauffman. LABORATORY SCHOOL l.cit to Right: Mi llr.itrice Smith, Mi Don (!rc»wrll, Mi Charlotte Good. Dr J, Richard Zerhy, princi-full. Mi Kli alictli Ji'nkin . Mi» Audrey Boric, Mi Alice I.. Wagner, Mi Belly Ruth Jrnning . Mr. Ia» ter l-alir.Ml SIC I, fit to Uiftlii. li-« Mari - K. (Jail. Mis l) i[(ilhy I Iluftlte-. Mr. |{u«'rll (irlz, Mi. J. iiur K. Zwullv. Mr. Molzei K. Porter, chairman. And llw U dhngness To Tent h Others . . . ART Stomiinf:. Mr. Itolirri A. I.you, Mr. Koiuilii K. Sykr», chairman: Mr. Dominick F.imini. Scat-r i: Mi»» Jam I Keinlianl. I.IBK vin MATHEMATICS I'im How Dr. (itiiruc IS. Andcr-un, chairman: Mr . Kleanor Cox. Sec ami How Mr. Holier! II. Kiitli.ut. Mr. Joy D Weaver, Mr. itolierl S, Slunk. Mr. '.li.irle T. Wolf. Left in Hi tht: Mi» llcnlriee IJ. D.ile inuii, Mi«- finrnl K. Mel»oii, chairman; Mi»» Alice I.. Wiiuncr.LIBRA HI WS HOUSEMOTHERS l.rit i o Hi phi Mr . Violrt Hiohlnld, Mr . Ann It. Mrlkuwugh, Mi . Kitchic. With Devotion, Purpose, Patience, Understanding . . . l USES l.rli to Hipht Mi Ji!w|i|iirir K W mil. Mi-. N.ioimt (iuli.ni, Mr- Jnannu Haile . I.rtl to Hiphl Mr . Marian Kioffrr, Mr . I .iiira K. It Orwrin . Mr . K-il ri Wliitrly. Mi . Doniih) Cavaiuimli, Mi. lolin S. Muiiu . Mr K thn T»hmiy, Mi . nn.il»-l Fogal, Mi - Unlrrlli- Hu -Ion. Mi- l.yniiti Wil-on GAFETEHI STAFF l.rfi to Hiphl: Mr . Kilnu llrrr, Mr . Fannie (ill.k, dietician; Mr. M C. l lir, load mnnnprr; Mr . Murllia Wil-on. Mr- Viriiinia lleirlenreicli. dininp hull %uinervitor.Then Add Faithful, Loyal, Assistants . . . lit -INKS' OFFICE MISS ESTHER I.!•' II RI)T. alumni secretory. SECRETARIES Seated: Mi -. Mina M.n Kendip. Mr . Mildred (liurle . Standing-' Mr- Donald M. Mitini . manager at Student Scrucn. Inc.,; Mr Cleti K. Swi-lpuri. Mr. Knnon M. PoMle . business manager; Mr. KoIm-iI Killer. Mi- Nancy J. Eller, Mi-- Rulb Mol-linpcr. STl DENT SERVICES Fir.n Hon: Mr?. .Kan M. rirarle . Mi - Mar I.otr Murr . Mi Kathleen (jdlrn.in. Second Hon : Donald M. Minni . managet of Student Services, Inc.; Mr . Belly Pell-man, Theodore M. Warner. Standing: Mi- Nancy V apro-r. Mi Jean Kurkin , Mr Kmli MeMillen. Mr . MiiIiI.i Sun.-, Mr-. Shirley Bear, Mr , Grace Hr-in . Mr . Audrey K«-In . Seated; Mr . Ann Grritler, Mr . M.i K- Ellinpi-r, Mr Mildred Yoder, Mr . Elixalielli Shull-, Mi-. Arlene Baker.LESTER C. COX, postmaster and receiving clerk. J. WILLIAM WISSI.ER. security officer. And V ou Have The Nucleus Of a College M l Ti; M I Settled: Mrs. llt'K’ii l.iillmiloM-t, secretary. Standing: Millard Kaulz. repairman; Calvin Hawk, superintendent of buildintm and grounds. MR RAN MONO Ml I I.IN. director ol solely education. RONALD K ALLIES, electrical technician.WHO'S WHO 12 Seniors Elected To MSC Who’s W ho Scholarship, service, constructive participation in activities, anti contribution to student government and college life provide the criteria by which members of Millersville's Who’s Who arc selected, lo the twelve distinguished seniors in the Class of 196.' go the college’s warmest eon gratulalions. Who’s Who is the highest honor that u Millersville senior can possibly obtain. These seniors have reason to be proud of their fine achievements and deserve a vote of thanks for their contributions to MSC. Selection of the Who’s Who candidates and eventual winners was done this year by the Student Council undergraduates and through the faculty department heads. All of the students and faculty members listed their nominations which were then forwarded to Mr. Robert Rulliarl and Mr. Charles l.ord. of the college elections committee. They counted the votes, naming the 12 highest seniors to the honor roll at Millersville. JOHN BOWI-SBEY CHRISTINE CARNESALE WILLIAM CHAMBERS 100I AI I ORIFFIN KAY ItEl'I.OGLE AUDI W AI.KKR JOAN HAMILTON DAWN SHERMAN IKENK WRKH.EY ROBERTA DEAN 101KATHLEEN MARIE ADAMS Cap. Pa. Elementary Della Phi Ela: Student Guide; Xmophih- Society; A ociation («r Childhood Education International; Intramural . DAVID H. ALTHOUSE .... Coaiwvllle. Pa. Secondary Lutheran Student A»« ci.ilion. Vice-Proiilrnt; Technical Art (Huh. Treasurer; Roddy Scientific Snirty. ROBERT L. ALWINE .... Spring Grmo. Pa. Secondary Student Guide; Bav lrr Geographic Society; Social Studi e.» (llllh. FLORENCE FURM AN ALWINE . . Spring Grove. Pa. Elementary Student Clni-ti.in A o. i.ition; A ocialion fur Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education A-vwialion. BONITA M. AMENT..........................................................Millrr »ille, Pa. Library Science Mplia Beta Alpha; Roddy Scientific Society. THOMAS C AMIDON...........................................Lit it . Pa. Secondary Men' Day Student A oei.ili in. Secretary; Roddy Scientific Society. Trea urer. V'ice-Pre ident. EVELYN SIDNEY AMMON Hockey. Elementary (:liri tian.i. Pa. DUNCAN LEIGH APPLEBY . . . Huntingdon. Pa. Secondary Bj'ketlull. Manager; Track: Social Studio (Huh: Intramural . CAY l.oKD N. ARNST .... Fa t Stn ud hurg. Pa. Industrial Arts Snap tier. Photography Editor; Bax-lull. Manager; .ir it» (Hub; Swimming; lndiKtri.il Art Society; Gitamard; Alpha Phi Omega. CHARLES ELLSWORTH ASIIENFELTEK. JR. . . Aloum Joy. Pa. Elementary Ha lcr Geographic Socu ty. KAREN JEAN ASHKAR ..... Ilugl»c«villr. Pa. Library Science Alpha Bela Alpha, Vice-Ptraidcnl; Eitgii li (Huh. Trea urer: Choir. -All-State; Student Guide; Dormitory Council; Band. PATRICIA LOUISE AURFNTZ .... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary Newman (Hub; Xenophile Society; Asocial ion for Childhood Education Inter-national; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: Intramural .HarriMiurg, Pj. LATROBE MAURER BARNITZ lntramui.il Elementary DORCAS JANE BORTNER Elementary lnlrr-Vai il ChriMian Fellowship. BETTE MAE BATEMAN Denial IIy lienr Rami; Intrr-Yar-ily Chri tian Fellowship. ROBERT BRUCE BATEMAN Industrial Am lnilu-lri.il Art Society. RAE CATHERINE BATSON Elementary El.FRIEDA KNUDSEN BAUGHMAN Secondary Glenville, Pa. Coaloville. Pa. Collrfnillc. Pa. York. Pa. Chri«liana, Pa. MYRA JEAN BECHTEI.............................................Palm. Pa. Library Science Delta Pin Eta. TreaMircr; Alpha Br-ta Alpha. Proidcni; Engli-h dull. Secretary: Xiiwphilr Society WALTERW.BECIITOLD.il .... I ji.ra.ier. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi: Mu Kappa Mu. MARGARET ANN BECK.......................................York. Pa. Elementary Newman Club: enophile Society. THOMAS J. BECK..................................................1-anraMrr. Pa. Secondary Newman Club: English Club; Social Studies Club. STEPHEN W. BENDER........................................Alt. Lebanon. Pa. Elementary CHARLES II. BENNER...........................................Wilmington. Del. I rid initial Art Football: Wrestling; Irark: r .» Country; ln«lu»trial An. Society: lntramur.il .I am .utter, Pa. MAGDALENE I.OlHSE HKKI.ETH Seconder) Swial Sludtr (.IiiIi; Xruo|]|tilr Swirly. MARCIA STEWART RERUN .... Norri.li.wn. Pa. Elementary Younx Republican (Huh. Pmidrnl, Snwlary; Cilamard, Secrriary; Special KilurMiinii Club: Studrnl IYiiii«yhania Stale Kilni'alimi A nn.ition. REGIS GREGORY HKKMIAKDT .... lain. a trr. Pu. Secondary |rit‘. Ray Studrnl WiciillQn. President; Y.ir»iiv (Huh; rn« Country; Intramural . JOANNE ADELE CAMHUKN ItlSIl Doylctown. Pa. Elemrntary Inter-Vanity Chn-luin Krllow.hip; Student Prnn«yh.inia Slate Education -«. rial ion; Younx lt -|iulilir.in Club. M. LARRY HI.ATI..........................................................Reading. Pa. Industrial Atti Technical Art Club. President; liiduiirial Art Society. NANCY ANN ROLIGITZ.............................................Rnhlehem. I»«. Elementary N.-wniait (Hub: A Monition for ( lnl l l»....i| Education Inii’rnatmnal; Intramural . ALICE KRICK BOLLINGER ... Richland. Pa. Elementary Studrnl Guide; Choir, e ompuniM; Association for luldli....I Education Inlrrnatioiuil: Studrnl Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. CAROL LEE IIOSCII Newman (Hub Elemental i I an a.| f. Pa. JOHN It. ROWLSBEY..............................................Wilminxion.DrL Industrial Art Studrnt (iuinril. Trea»tircr; Iota Lambda Sigma: Pin Si Rill a Pi; lndu»irial Art Swirly. MARY SUSAN RKAMHI.EY New Cumberland. Pa. Elementary D d|dim (Hub; Xono|ihtlc Swirly; «o ialion ( i Childhood Eduraiion Inter uaiion.il; Siud.nl Penn vlv.inia Sialr Eduraiion V»orialiun ROSEMARY BRATTON ... Cm»p«rr hurg. Pa. Secondary Yoiihr Dcniocrnlir Club. Pn' idmt. Srrrlttiy; Student Guide: Newman Club; Xenn|ihile Swirly; Intramural . JOHN JOSEPH HKEIDENSTINE . . Lebanon. Pa. Secondary Studrnt Hiristi.m A—., i.ilion; Hand; Swial Studio. (Hub; Younx Democratic (Hub; liilianiural .JANICE CAROL HR KICK N EH l.illlrMown, IV Secondary Mi IIukIUi Student Movement. Secretary: atamani. Coin-ponding Secretary; Eugli-h Cluli; ’in |iliilr N.cicly; Student IVnnsybania State Education wi- Hill K.II MARY ELAINE HR ICE........................................IWningumn. IV Elementary Dolphin Club. Pi«iil«l. Historian. Sludrnl Director: Wumpn’ Community Association, Vlfp Prp'iibnl. Representative; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. JOYCE MARIK BRIGHTBILL . . . Ilummel»inwn. IV Elementary Touchstone, I nderda Editor. Editor; Lutheran Student A c« ciatinn, Secretary, President; Special Education Cluli, Serretary, President; Choir, You ns Democrat i Club ELLEN LOli RROWNMI1.I.KH .... Hamburg.Pa. Elementary I Vita I’lii Eta. Vice-President: Methodist Student Movement, Vicc-Preoidont. R |iro»cniiiti»t ai l-ir c; Cit.im.trd, Vire-Picsident. Secretary; Choir. All-State; Student Guide; Young Republican Club; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; IntramuniU. JULIE ANN DRUMBACII.............................................Utils. IV Elementary Lutheran Sturlent Association; Xenophib- Society; -oci.it ion lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. MARIE I.EONNE BRYSON Dolphin Club. Elementary Columbia, Pa. G. ROSS BUCK MAN........................................Hulmeville. I'a. Secondary Mil Kappa Mu, President, Vice-President; Alpha Phi Omega, President. Vice-President; Student Guide. ROBERT LEE BURCHETT.......................................New Co.tle. Pa. Industrial dr Is Foot I tall; Industrial Arts Society; Intramural . WILLIAM L HURD...................................................Millrr ville. IV Element at i BONNIE LEE HUTSON................................................Unoantcr. Pa. Elementary Touchstone; Association (or Childhood Education International, RONALD GENE CAIN.................................................LniKwMrr. Pa. Secondary Roddy Scientific Stciely; Intramural . KATHLEEN ANNE CAl.LAN .... Ixvittown. Pa. Elementary Newman Club: Association lor t hildli....I Education International.CHRISTINE CARNESAI E Ea lon. Pa. Elementary Touchstone. Associate Editor, Editnr-in-Chiel; Delta Pin Eta; Student Guide; Dormitory Council; Lutheran Student Association: Xenophile Society; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. LAURANCE J. CARTER...................................Pam Lake. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society; Rod and Gun Club. MARION PHILIPS CASH.........................................Rosomonr, Pa. Elementary Sjiecial Education Club. WILLIAM ALAN CIIAMRERS .... Brooklyn. N. Y. Secondary Freshman (.1a », Treasurer; Sophomore Class. Vice-President; Touchstone, Edi-torin-Chief; .Snapper. Art Editor: Men's Community Association. Secretary; Student Council; Student Guiiie: Methodist Student Movement; Choir; Xenophile Society. IM »RIS J. CIOEEt) ...... Norristown. Pa. Elementary Neuman Cluh; Xenophile Society; Association (or ( liildhood Education Intrr national; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Citamard. PATRICIA ANN (.LARK ..... Middletown, Pa. Elementary Band; Choir; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Xenophile Society. ROBERT ARDEN CI.EMM....................................Camp Hill, Pa. Industrial Art Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Industrial Arts Society; Theater Arts Cluh. C01.I.EEN CI.OLISER...........................................Steelton, Pa. Elementary Majorette. Head: Student Guide; Snapper New man Cluh. JOANN E. CLOliSER..................................................I-ehanon. Pa. Elementary Spring Flin Talent Oueen; Lutheran Student Association; Xenophile Society; Citamard; Intramural . EDITH J. COBB.................................................Camp Hill. Pa. Secondary Engli-h Cluh; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Social Studies Cluh. JOANNE L. COPE....................................................Marietta. Pa. Elementary Women’s Day Council. Secretary, Senior Representative; Student Guide: Tennis; Lutheran Student Association: Association (or Childhood Education Inter national: Student Pennsylvania State Education A- ocialion. SHIRLEY ANN COPENHEAYER Elementary Newman Cluh; Young Democratic. Cluh; Inlramutuls Club. York, Pa.BARBARA ANN CROYI.E Pbncnixville. Pa. Elementary Snapper; Touchstone; Biiml; Choir; Association for Childhood Education International. Rirril A. CRUM..................................................Gardner . Pa. Secondary English Cluli; Intramural . HERBERT L CULLY. JR.............................................Lancaster. Pa. Liberal Arts Wrestling; Newman Cluh; Rod and Gun Cluli. JOAN MARIE CURTIS .... Susquehanna. Pa. Elementary Methodist Student Movement; Student Christian Association: Xcnophih Soeiety; Intramural . THOMAS C. DAVIES.............................................York. Pa. Secondary Rod and Gun Cluli. Executive Officer: K«ddy Scientific Cluli: Alpha Phi Omega ROBERTA MARY DEAN......................................Berlin. N.J. Elementary Sophomore. Junior. Senior Class, Secretary ; Student (Council, Secretary: Board of Student Service , Secretary; Newman Cluli, Secretary : Student Guide; Wo-men' Dormitory Council; Young Democratic Club. JOANNE MARIE DEARDORFK.......................................York. Pa. Elementary Snapfter, Circulation Manager; Women V Vanity Club; Basket hull; Choir, All-State; Xcmipliile Society; A- M'iation lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Intramural-. VIRGINIA JEANETTE DEAVER . . . Drcxcl Hill. I’a. Elementary Student Christian Association. Vice-President. Treaxurer; Methodist Student Movement; Association for Childhood Edueution International: Intramural . C. KAYE B. DeBERDINE ..... (Junrryville. Pa. Elementary SAI.I.Y A. DEERY ..... Philadelphia. Pn. Elementary Lutheran Student Association. Secretary: Student C.uide: Choir: Association (or Childhood Education International. GEORGE W. DcMERS..........................................North Wale . Pa. Industrial Arts Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-President: Industrial rt- Honor Soeiety: Lutheran Student Association; Industrial Art- Society. JOANNE LANDIS DEN LINGER .... !u ma»ter. Pa. Industrial Arts Tenni-: Band: Intor-A arsity Chri-tian Fellowship; Industrial Art- Society: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association.HENRY J. DcMITO Norristown, Pa- I mill lit in I Arts Men’s Var»ity «ilul»; Foot ImII: K.tvcb.ill; Newman Club; Industrial Art Society; Intramural . BARBARA M. DEVENPORT . . . Fori Wa»hin lon. Pa. Elementary Snapper. Association «»r ............ Education lnirrnjtioii.il; Student Pennsyl- vania Sutr Education Association: Special Education Club; Basketball. MARY ANN 1)1 CINTIO...............................................l.anra tcr. Po. Elementary Student (.uule; Newman Club; Aoung Democratic Club. BARBAR A SZUHAJ DINSMORE .... Altoona, Pa. Elementary Slavic (dub. President: Xcnophllr Society; Association (or ( hddhood Education International; Student Penn«ylvani.i Slate Education Association. JOSEPH LOUIS DiRIENZO .... Camp Hill. Pa. Secondary Newman Club; Roddy Scientific Society; Social Studio Club; Rod and Cun (dub; Intramural . LAVONNE GENE DISSINGER .... Quentin. Pa. Elementary Senior Class, Treasurer; Dormitory Council. Secretary: Student Guide. JEAN E. IH 1.1. ...... Linra-tcr. Pa. Elementary Choir. Student Director; --»ciatioii (or Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. BARBARA LOUISE DORAN .... Pine Grore. Pa. Elementary Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. JUDITH ANN DRYBRED.............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. BARBARA ANNE DUNN .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Ncwinan Club; Dolphin Club; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education A «ocia-lion; Young Democratic Club; Citamard. FRANCIS N. El.Ml..............................................llemhey.Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi; Newman Club; Engli h Club; Xenophile Society. DOROTHY JANE FLICKER .... Penbrook. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Studrnl Association; Xenopbile Society; A » cidlinn (or Childltood Education International; Student Penn ylvania Stale Education Association.DAVII) 15. KI.MORK Dimaxu . Pa Industrial Arts lpha Phi Omrj-a. Sergeant-at-Arms. Alumni Secretary. Corresponding Secretary: IniluMriil Arts Society. CAROL ANN EMERY.........................................Ncsquehoning. Pa. Library Science Alpha Beta Alpha. Trca-urer: Student Cuidc: Kami: Choir. All-State: Student I’emt-vKama Slate Education Association. MILDRED K. ENCK Snni i cr. Elementary Lancaster. Pa. HAROLD FRANK ENDEKS .... Mwiniville.Pa. Elementary Wrestling; Rod and Cun Oub. MARILYN 0. ENGLE............................................Palmyra,Pa. Library Science Inter ar-ity Chri-tian Fellow-hip. BARRY R. ERSEK.....................................................Aldan. Pa. Industrial Artt Alpha Phi Omega. Corresponding Secretary: Industrial Art Suiety. ELLEN VIRGINIA ESTER IA Alpha Ret,i Alpha. Library Science Lancaster, Pa. JOHN M. EYSTER .... York, Pa. Secondary Basketball; Track; Mu Kappa Mu; Intramural . GERALD P. FAt ST Football. Industrial Arty Allentown. Pa. SANDRA A. F1DYK.................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Snapper. Intercollegiate Conference on Government. PAUL A. FISCHER..................................................Columbia. Pa. Secondary Newman Club; Roddy Scientific S- iety; Social Studies Hub. ELISABETH B. FISCHI.F.IN Hockey. Secondary Birdshoro. Pa.BARBARA ANN FISHER Philadelphia, P4, Snapper. Elementary JOHN II. FISSEL Snapper: Cilamard. Elemental i Manltcim. Pa. JOHN PAUL FITZPATRICK Newman Cluli. Secondary Dallattown. Pa. DAWN M. FOLTZ......................................................Henhey.Pa. Elementary Association (or Childh..I Education International: Student IIv.• ni.i Stair Education Association. JOHN STEPHEN FORNADEI..........................................Bcavrrdale. Pa. Secondary 'Icn'- Varsity Club. President; Football; Nr nun Club; Roddy Scientific Club. DANIEL KREIDER FORRY................................................Columbia. Pa. Industrial Arty Men’ Varsity Cluli; Wrestling; Cross Country: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Industrial An Society. JUDITH IRENE FOX..............................................Levittown. Pa. Elementary ( h err leading Cluli. Secretary; Intramural Gub. Secretary; Womrn' Varsity Club; Cheerleader; Hockey; Basketball; Tennis. REBECCA WYNN FOX..................................................l eviiiown. Pa. Elementary Freshman Class, Vice-President; Student Guide; Cheerleader; Hockey; Basketball; Tennis; Touchstone: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association JOANNE MARIE FOY Mu Kappa Mu. Secondary Parkcshiirg. Pa. SANDRA ANN FRANKLIN .... Hrllcrtown. Pa. Elementary Dolphin Club, President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Newman Club; Association (or Childhood Education International; Young Democratic Club. FREDERICK E. FRY..............................................Manbeim.Pa. Secondary Choir, All-State; Mu K.ip| a Mu. WILLIAM FRANCIS FUIIRMANN .... Lan. aster. Pa. Industrial Arta Snapper, S| orts Editor; Industrial Arts Society.MARLIN G. FOREMAN.............................................Palmyra. P«. Secondary TESSA LURENE FURMAN..............................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary ociation for Childhood Eduejtion International; Sludcot Pennsylvania Stair Education »x»eiation. WILLIAM THOMAS GALLAGHER . . . Willow Crovr. Pa. Secondary McnV Community Association, Treasurer; Men' Varsity Uulii Irack: Crow Country; Alpha Phi Omega. JUDITH CURUS GASSNER .... Lafayette Hill, Pa. Secondar Women' Vanity Club; Hockey; Bucket ball; Tennis; Touchstone; Dolphin Club; English Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. JOANN E. CAUBEART............................................York. Pa. Elenientiirs Newman Club: Xenophile Society. PAULA KING GEISEK ..... Waynesboro. Pa. Library Science Mphu Beta Alpha; Xenophile Society. KATHLEEN MARIE GENUNC .... Spring City. P . Elementary Lutheran Student A x eiution; Association for ChiMho.nl Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stall- Education A—oriation KENNETH It. GERHARD................................................Ephrata.Pa. Elementary Xenophile Society. Vice-President; .Snapper: Student Guide: Association lor Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. KENNETH I- CIIIBI.E..............................................Manheim. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi. Secretary ; Bax hall. Manager; English Club. RUTH ANN GIRBLF............................................Myerstown. Pa. Elementary MARGERY DAE GILDERSI.EEVE . . . Conshohocken. Pa. Elementary Sophomore Class, Treasurer; Clieerleading. Captain; Women's Varsity Club; Touchstone. Underclass Section Editor; Student Council; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education A»-•o.-iatinn; Intramural . JOHN GIROTTI........................................................Bristol. Pa. Elementary Newman (Hub; Young Democratic Club; Intramural .BARBAR JEAN CIKYIN Paladin-. Pa. Mr mm tory Siuilrnl Guide; Blind; Dolphin Club; Student Penn yltani.i Suit Education Aworullon; Xenophile Society. MICHAELE ANN GIJDDON......................................Yardlcy, Pa. Elementary Newman Club; A social ion fur Childhood Education International; Young Democratic Club; Intramural . SHEII.A GOLOMBECK........................................York, Pa. Secondary Sboloni. Pc.niibut; Delta Phi Eta; Sludrnt Council; Student Guide; Dormitory (iiumil; Tonchytone; Mu kappa Mu; Cilamard; Social Studic Club EDWARD CHARLES GOODHAKT. Ill . . M.ller» illr. Pa. Secondary Soccer: Track: Social Studio Club: Intramural . JUDITH L GRACE....................................................Chedcr. Pa. Elementary A—oM'iation lor Childhood Kduralion International: Intramural . CHRISTINE A. GREBINGER .... Kirkwood. Pa. Secondary PAUL L. GRIFFIN....................................................Harri.bur . I a. Secondary I’bi Sigma I’i. Pr.-.idenl: Xcnophib- Sicirty, Pn -ident, Treasurer; ilamard. TroaMircr: Student (Council; Student Guide; Touchstone, Student Cliri»tian VMocialiun. MARTHA EILEEN GRIFFITH .... Pimpccl Park. Pa. Secondary Canterbury Club; Mu kappa Mu; Roddy Scientific Society. JULIE BECK GROVE................................................Mi. Joy. Pa. Elementary Snapper; Student ChrUtiun v ociation: Mu Kappa Mu; S|iccial Education (dub; « ciation for JuIiIIhmmI Education International; Cilamard: Inlra-mural . CAROLYN JEAN (.KING.................................... Ve t Lawn. Pa. Elementary Young Democratic Club, Secretary: Delia Phi Eta: Women' Varoity Club; Hockey, Manager; Basketball; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Pcnn»vlvania State Education A ociation: Intramural . THOMAS L GRUMBEIN..........................................Palmyra. Pa. Secondary Men’ Day Student A« ocialion, Vire-P»r idcnt. DAVID W. GRUMBINE..........................................MycKtown.Pa. Secondary Alpha Phi Omega, Vlee-PrcMdeiit; Men' Vji»ity I lub; Bod and (din ( lub.J WE ANN HALL Allentown, 1 4. Elementary s ociulion (in Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. JOAN ELIZABETH HAM I LI............................Lafayette Hill. Pa. Secondary Siphomurr Class. Treasurer: Delia I’hi Eia: (.intrrbury ( lul : Mu kap|»j Mu; Xeaophile Society: Stmlrnt Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. JOAN HELEN HAMILTON....................................Croydon. Pa. Serondnr» Della Pin Eta: Student Council; Sludrnl Cttide; Dormitory Cmincil; Snapper: Colnrguard; Mu Kappa Mu. ROBERT ARDEN HARTEIS......................................York. Pa. Secondary Engli-li (’lull. Vice President; Student Council; Soccer; Touchstone: Nmimin Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. MAKIJANE IIASEI.TINE...........................................Rutledge, Pa. Elementary Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Mission Secretary; Association lor Child-I..... Edm-dtion Internalional. RONALD HASH ...... Drumore, IV Secondary B.i« ler Geographic Society; S«i.tl Studio. Cluh. LORRAINE ALBERTA HAYES .... Norristown,Pa. Secondary Rassler Geographic Society. Secretary; Rudd) Scientific Sn-iety. GAIL ELLEN HEALEY..............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary NANCY ANN HEFFELFINGER .... Cata au |ua. Pa. Elementary BARBARA ANN HEINBACII .... Pine Grove, IV Elementary Snap rer. Business Manager; Association lor Childhood Education International. YVONNE U. IIEISEY................................................Jefferson. Pa. Elementary MADISON A. IIF.PPE.........................................................Bedmin.ler. Pa. Industrial In Men’s Varsity Club; lt.i- -|i.dl: Football; Industrial Vrt« Society; Intramural .i ROLE C. IIKRII -Springfield, I’a. Elementary Rand; Methodist Student Movement 5 Association fur ( ihildliood Education International. ARDINE KAY HERRING.......................................Pine Crove, 1 4. Elemental» IIjihI; Association lor Ihildltood Education International; Student Pcntisyl-v jnin Education A «wulion JOYCE O. HESS....................................................Heading. Pa. Elementary Haskclbjll; Association fm Childhood Education International; Innamural . VERNON w. IIII.IIEKT.................................................Allentown. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi: Sludrnl Council; Wrestling; Collegiate «-i lnIifmiik Championship ; Mil Kappa lu; Koddv Si ientifir Society. EDWARD K. IIINE...........................................Harrbborg.Pa. Industrial Arts Swimming. Manager: Tennis; Industrial Aria Suri«ty; Mu Kappa Mu: Intramural'. VIVIAN I.EE HOFKEK........................................................Litil . Pa. Elementary Hand: Choir; Association lor Childhood Education Inlrrnalioiui); S|x-cial Education Club. HKVKKI.Y El.I KK IIOFKMAN .... Mlllrwillc,P«. Secondary Kngli-.li Club, Secretary: lnli-r-Var-.il Christian Fellowship; Social Studio Club. EI.I AKETII J. HOCARTII....................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Newman Club; Student Pennsylvania Stair- Education Association; lhi'ketha||. IH)KIS ANN HOLI.KA...................................................Springfield, Pa. Elementary Melhodi»l Student Movcine-nl. Area Hr-pr«-s.-ntalive: Student Christian Association, President; Association for Childhood Education International. Sr-crvlary; Della Phi Eta: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. Sl .ANNK IIOI.r MAN............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Siiidcni Christian Association. Vin President; Canlcrburv Club; Intraiuurub JOANN LOUISE HOSKIN..........................................York.Pa. Elementary Wocialion for Cluldhood Education International; Special Education Club. SHIRLEY A. HUGHES..............................................Lancaster, Pa. ElementaryEj-Iou, Pa. SUZANNE CHRISTINE III U5IZBR Elementary ViKiiiiin I Inti; A «ocialion fm Childhood Education lni -rnutioiutl; Social Studio Club. JoANN HYSON............................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary MONTFORII ELROY I UJCk .... llollertuwn.Pa. Intiii Urial ArLy Track. Co-Captain; Men' Vai tty Club; lndu»tn.il An Society; Intramural . JOYCE ELAINE II.GF.NFRITZ .... York. Pa. Elementary SIIIKLEY ANN JACOBS .... Mcchanfeaburg. Pa. Elementary El II (Hull. President, i« -Pr. .ul. nl; Slu.I.-nl Guide; Student hrUlian A-. ., rial ion; Student Pennsylvania Slat.- Edu. aiion Association: Cilamard. FRANKLIN J. JAMES.........................................St. Clair. Pa. Elementary Burball; F.H.tliall; Nrwman Club; Veteran Club; Intramural . CONSTANCE RUTH JOHNS . . . Coravrell llei ltt . Pa. Uhrtin Science Snuffrer: Inter '.ir? ii Christian Fellowship; Social Studio Club; Student Peniivyliani.i Stale Education ooialion. M.TER J VMES JONES Newman (dub. Secondary Spring City, Pa. GI.ENN M. JULIUS........................................York, Pa. Secondary Student Council: Choir; Hh |ci Gwgrd|ihir Sorirty: Social Studies Club LINDA LOUISE KAUFFMAN .... Lanca»tcr, Pa. Elementary choir; Inier-Yjr-ity Chritfiatl Fellowship; Association (or Childh...I Edurution International. MARY SUZANNE KAYI.OR .... Elixabclblown. Pu. Elementary Hockey; Shu inter-, Intercollegiate Conlctcnt-e on Coveinmctlt. JUDITH A. KEARNS .... Stewat1«lnwn. Pa. ElementaryVALERIE ANN KEECII.................................. Women' Day Student Association, Treasurer. Vice-President. Manheim. Pa. PATRICIA GAIL KEEI.Y .... Phlladflpbio. Pa. Elementary Delta Pin Eta, Prr.iili-nt: Student (Council; Student Guide; Dormitory Council; Lutheran Student A« oclation; Dolphin Club; Mu Kappa Mu. ALICE LOUISE KEENER.........................................Liiiu, Pa. Elf memory 'ur»iiy Club; (Cheerleader; Hookey. ROBIN CRAIG KEGERISE......................................Denver. Pa. Secondary Choir; Xenophilc Society. NANCY FAY KECERREIS.....................................Ilcrshcy, I a. Elementary Social Studies Cluh: A-sociation for Cliildhood Education International; Stu-dent Pennsylvania Stale Education A «o« ialion. JUDITH KELLEY................................................Mohnton. Pa. Secondary Slavic Club, Secretary; Delta Phi Eta: Basketball; Student Christian »ocia-lion; Dolphin Club; Xcnuphile Society; Scandinavian Seminar. NANCY ANN KKI.I.OW ..... Easton, Pa. Elementary Method..! Student Movement; lnler-Vur ily Chri.tian Fellowship. AGNES P. E. KELLY................................................Souderton. Pa. Secondary Tomhtlone; Newman (Club; English (Club: Intercollegiate Conference on Gov-ernnieni; Young Democratic Club. AUDREY CHRISTINE KKMRKR e-nophile Society. Elementary La nearer. Pa. JAMES CANTWELL KEYS .... Cheltenham. Pa. Elementary Intramural Committee. Prr ideflt. Vice-President; Lutheran Student Avmciation; Rod and Gun Club; Avxieiation for Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. BARBARA LOUISE KIEIIL . . - Plymouth Meeting. Pa. El emeu tart Lutheran Student . .» ialion: ssorialion for ( hildli.I Education Interna- tional: Student Pennsylvania Slate Kdue.itioii »«N'iatioti. JUDITH MARIAN KING...........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Method!.t Student Movement. President; Student Guidr; Touchstone; Student ( hri'lian Association; English (Cluh; Xenopliile So iety.LOIS JANE KIRKPATRICK .... PhiUdrlphia. Pa. Secondary Snapper; Choir: Lutheran Student ociation; .Social Studic Club; Student Pennsylvania State Kdur -ation A-.-octal ion. BRENDA J. KLESS.....................................................Annvlllr. Pa. Secondary Hi«ltr (rfn ra|ihir Swirly, Vi. • P .-idmi, Secretary ; Social Studio- Club. JOSEPH EUGENE KOBAR......................................................Throop. Pa. Industrial Arts Rod and Gun Club. President; Newman Club; Indii-trial Art Society. IK)ROTHY JUNE KOEI.BI................................La nearer. Pa. Ultra 1 Science HARRIET MARIE KOlll.BRENNER .... Folaom. Pa. Elementary Hockey; Touchstone: Nrwniin Club; A»oriation (or Childhood Education In trrnalional: Sludrnl Pennsylvania Slalr Education Association; Engli-h Club; Intramural . DEE ANN KOLLER..................................................Iamca trr. Pa. Secondary National Council (or Social Studio ; Hockey; BaakrlUall; Tennis; Sni.il Studies Club; Intramural . CARL ALBERT KONSCHNIK . Wapwallopen. Pa. Secondary Mu Kappa Mu. Treasurer; Newman Club. ROSEMARY ANNE KOONTZ...........................................York. Pa. Elementary Association (or Chihlliood Education International; Xenophile Society; Intramural . MARY ANN KOROSECZ...............................................Bethlehem, Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association: Intramural . GRACE B. KRAMER.................................................Ilavertown. Pu. Secondary Metliodi»i Student Movement. Secretary •Treu»urer; Cilamard, lii torian; Snainter, Engli-h Club. HARRY M. KKEIDER..................................................Palmyra. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi: Roddy Scientific Society; Intrumural . DOROTHY CAROL KRUEGER .... HatU.ro. Pa. Elementary Band. Secretary; Lutheran Student «ociation: Association (or ( hiblbood Education International; Intramurjl .PAUL A. Kl BE ...... Rradio . Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Ari« Societv. LYNN VIRGINIA KUGI.E Band. Secondary Colombia. Pa. OARLA FAYE KULP.......................................Mount Joy. Pa. Elementary Drlta Phi Eta. Secretary; Snapper, Feature Editor, Associate Editor; Siudrnl Cuid'-: Bund; English Club; Association for Childhood Education International. KATHY FLORENCE KUMMEK .... Carvermill . Pa. Elementary Snappet: Association for Childhood Education International. MARIAN CAROL LAMB....................................................Orcland, Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education lntcnuilion.il. Secretary; Nrwnuin Club; Xenopliile Society; Intramural . EVA V. I.EANZ ...... Morgantown. Pa. Elementary DENNIS P. LEEPER................................................Belle Vernon. Pa. Library Science Intercollegiate Conference on Government. President: Men' Varsity Club: Football; Baseball; Alpha Beta Alpha: Social Studies Club; Intramural . GEORGIA HELEN LEHMAN.................................................Carlisle. Pa. Elementary Snapper. NeHtnan Club; A-»oci.ition for Childhood Education International; Intramural . FRANCIS ANTHONY LERRO .... Philadelphia. Pt. Secondary Young Democratic Club. Vicr-Pre»idral; Men' Varsity Club; Foot lull; Newman Club: Intramural . BRENDA JANE LESHEK...........................................Adamatown. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association; Association for Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. RUTH A. LINCLE..................................................Hemhcy.Pa. Elementary Choir: Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association JUDY ANN LONG..........................................Liltlwtown.Pa. Elementary Snapper; enophile Society; Association for Childltood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association.LINDA MAE LONCCOPE.................................................Perkasic. Pa. Secondary Social Studb- ( Secretary; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. LINDA RAE LOOKS............................................York. Pa. Elementary Nrvuiun (Hub: ociation (or Childhood Education International; Student Penn-ylvania Stair Education A x iation. J. WILSON LORAII..................................................Reading. Pa. Industrial Arts Technical Art Club. LINDA LOUISE LORENZON .... Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International. President; I-acro.v (Hub. Vice-President; Basketball: Volleyball; Hockey; Xenophilr Siciety; Cilamard; Intramural . FRANCIS XAVIER LUCASH . . . Morrmille. Pa. Elementary Basketball: Football: Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Wvoeiation. CAROLYN MARY LUTZ..........................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary Choir; EUR Club; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. JoANN E. MACE ...... Einmau . Pa. Secondary Student Christian Association; Mu Kap| a Mu: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOHN E. MAIER...................................................Uniontown. Pa. Industrial Arts Football: Newman (Hub; lndu trial Art Society. HELEN McTAGUE MARKI.F. Elementary York. Pa. MYRTLE ELIZABETH MARTIN Elementary Ephrata, Pa. EMMA JEAN MASER...................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Association lor Childhood Education International. EUGENE E. MAUTE...............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi. Historian: Men' Varsity Club; Track: Lutheran Student A o-ciation; Mu Kap; a Mu.NANCY I MAYER York. Pa. Elementary SiuilrnI Christian Association; u iriilion for I hildhood Education International: Special Education Club. CHARLES 11. Mr A FEE. JK..............................York. Pa. Elementary JANET ELIZABETH Me BANE .... Morrwille, Pa. Secondary Mu Ka| |hi Mu. Vice-President: Social Studies Club: Cilainard. GEORGE BOYD McCLOSKEY. JK......................................llatboro,Pa. Secondary String Ensemble; Mu Kj| i .i Mu. LARRY E. McCOMSEY..................................................Stravburg. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art it Society: Intramural . RICHARD VINCENT MrCOOl.........................................Hanover. Pa. Industrial Arts Student Guide; Industrial Arts Societv; Intercollegiate Conference on Government: Cilainard; Alpha Phi Omega. WILLIAM S. Mrll.HENNY .... Cheltenham, Pa. Secondary Ba»»ler Geographic Society; Intramural . WILLIAM M. McNAMEE...............................................Kiting Sun. Md. Industrial Arts Track: Men Varsity Club; Industrial Art Society; lntraiiiur.il . KICHAKI) P. MECKLEY...............................................York, Pa. Industrial Art% Industrial Art Society. JUDITH ANN MEI.OY..........................................Millewille. Pa. Elementary l.utlirran Student Association: Student Christian Association; Intercollegiate (ionfrrrnee on Government; Association for Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Young Republican Club. PAUL MEKCHEI......................................................Scranton, Pa. Industrial Art it.imard. Vin-President. President; Alpha Phi Omega. Historian; Newman ( lub; Industrial Art Society. MARTHA LOUISE MEKZ..............................................Cynwyd.Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; English Hub; Slavic Club.DAVID A. MILKE S|irinitf rl J. Pa. Secondary Alpha Pin Onwp. Treasurer: Wicker Club, Tnawnr; Band, Student Conductor; Choir, Student (Conductor, Business Manager; Student Guide; Newman Club; Baider Geographic Society; Intramural . BRADLEY VANN MILLER . . . Columbia, Pa. Secondary Men’ Vurdty Club; Swimming; Track: Mu Kappa Mu; Roddy Scientific Society. EDITH G. MILLER.................................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary Xenophile Society. ESSIE JANE MILLER...............................................Liverpool. Pa. Elementary Special Education Club, lli torian; Association lot Childhood Education International. Vice-President; Student Guide; Band. All-State; |etliodi t Student Movement; Student Christ ion Association. JOYCE E. MILLER ..... Spring Grove. Pa. Elementary Inter-Vanity Christian fellowship: Association lor Childhood Educali m International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. I.ELAND G. MILLER.............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Track: Sholotn; Young Democratic Club; Citumard: Intramural . LYNN MARGARET MILLER .... Roxborough. Pa. Elementary Touchstone; A ocialion lor Childhood Education International. DAVID WAYNE MILLS................................................Gdlingdale, Pa. Industrial Arts Alpha Phi Omega, Alumni Secretary; Industrial Art Society; Intramural . DOUGLAS LEE MINNICII..............................................LUiu. Pa. Secondary Men' Day Student Association. Treasurer; Roddy Scientific Society. EARL F. MOORE........................................................Narherth. Pa. Industrial Arts Track; Newman Club: Industrial Arts Society. JOYCE PATRICIA MOUNT .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. ROBERT F. MOWRER.............................................Quarryville. Pa. Secondary Hauler Geographic Society; Social Studies (dub.bncaiirr, Pa. WILLIAM EDWARD MIJEHLEISEN Secondary Men's Day Student Association, Treasurer; Track. CAROL ANN MUEHSAM.................................................Es i„g,on. Pa. Elementary Snap mr: Newman Cliili: -.ociulion for Childhood Education International; Student I rimsylvania State Erlur.ition V «ciation. KEN MUNRO ...... I jiu-j-ter, pu. Elementary NEVIN I- MVEK N derail Club. Secondary Akron, Pa. DOYLE R. MYERS.......................................................Bcllefonte. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society: IntraiiiuraK KAREN NACURNY .... Clulfonl. Pa. Elementary Student Christian Association; Young Democratic Club; Association for Child-hood Education International; Basketball. MARIAN P. NEELY..................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Snapper; Special Education C3ul : Intramural . SANDRA JEAN NEIL...............................................Cornwall. Pa. Elementary Women' Varsity Club; Hockey; Dolphin Club; Special Education Club; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Intramural . SUSAN JANE NELSON..............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Touchstone. Methodist Student Movement; Association lor Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Intramural . l-LOA l L. NESTI.ER ..... liummrlstown. Pa. Industrial Arts Upha Phi Omega, Treasurer; Industrial rt» Society; Intercollegiate Conference on (roverninent; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education A ocialion; Young Democratic Club; Cilamurd. KATHLEEN E. NEYHART .... Springfield. Pa. Elementary Touchstone. Business Manager; Canterbury Club; Intramural Club. MARGARET MARIE NISSI.EY .... Manheim. Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International.SUZANNE JAYNE NITRAUER Afycrstown. Pj. Elementary K.i kctlull: Hlack and Cold: lt.ind. All-Stale; Sludrnl (ihriMiio Association; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. VEDA ANN NOEI.........................................................York. Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International; Intramural . LINDA I.OII OCMBENE....................................Eric. Pa. Secondary Delta Phi Eta; Mu kappa Mu; Xrnophile Socirty. PATRICIA ANDERSON OI.AISTEAO .... Lrola. Pa. Elementary VvMM iatioii for Childhood Education lnlcrnation.il; Student Pennsylvania Stutc Education Association. SANDRA LOUISE ONUSCIIAK .... Calasauqua, Pa. Elementary Nev man Club; Engli-h (dub; Association for Childhood Education International. NANNFITE LOUISE OSTERCRBN . . . Easton. Pa. Elementary Snaftiier, Exchange Editor: Student Christian Association; Association for Childltood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Rod and Cun Club. BARBARA RACHAEL PACKER .... (Ireland. Pa. Elementary Tow Intone. Canterbury Club; Xenophile Society; Citamard: Intramural . NINA JEAN PALMER....................................Drexrl Hill. Pa. Elementary Dormitory Council. Secretary; Lutheran Student Association: A—«riatk n lor Childhood Eduration International: Intrainurals. KYVEI.E PARIKAS...................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Association lor Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania Stale Edueation Association. JOHN C PARKER. JR.................................................Wyoming. Del. !ndinitial Arts Pin Sigma IN; Student Council: Industrial Art Society; R.mI and (iun (dub; Alpha Phi Omega. EDITH AHVELLA PENNINGTON . . Nottingham. Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International. DORIS ANN PENTA..................................................Reading. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association: Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. ALTER ROHERJ PFEIFFER Lancavler, Pa. Vctcrjn Club. Secondary EMORY E. PHILLIPS Secondary Sproul S|H-.ikini: ConiM, Winner; Engli-h Club. SANDY PHILLIPS F«m iI jII. Industrial Arts ANNETTE HI Til PICKEL HU mentors Stu li ni Guide; Newman Club: Y'nuiig Democratic (Tab. JOSEPH PISCII Secondary Social Studio. Club; Xcnophile Society. MARGARET ANN PORATH Secondary English Club; Mu kjpju Mu; Intramural . Chrittiana, Pa. Ardmore, Pa. l.anca ter. Pa. ||nr hatn. Pa. Cani| Hill. Pa. JAMES M. RANCK...................................................Dareville. Pa. Secondary KimM) Scicntihc S«ieiy, Pr -idrni: Crow Country; Inter-Vandiy ClirUlian Fellowship. JEAN ANN RF.RERT..............................................G«H burg. Pa. Elementary Choir; Lutheran Student Association; A v ciutioii lor Childhood Edueatinn International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. CAROL LOUISE REESE................................................Manheim. Pa. Secondary Hand; Enxli-di Club. SANDRA LEE REESE...............................................Silvridalr. Pa. Elementary Majorette Corps; Lutheran Student Association. HILLY L REG ESTER.........................................Milllinlown. Pa. Secondary Choir. President, Nice-President. Senior Representative; Hand. Vire Pre«ideni; Roddy Scientific Society; Mu Kappa Mu. KAY ELAINE REPI.OGLE..........................................Charter. P . Elementary Frr hinan Claw. Vice-Proidenl; Sophomore Cla—. Junior Cli». Senior Cla« . President; Snapper. Co-Editor; Student Guide; Engli«h Club; Intercollegiate Conlerence on Government.JOYCE LEE REYNOLDS LancaMcr, Pa. Elementary WomenV Day Student Awmcialion. President; Dolphin Club. Viee-President; Cheerleader; Snapper, New . Editor, Feature Editor. ERNEST W. RICHARDSON Foot ball. Secondary Spruce Creek. Pa. JAMES B. RIDDLE.....................................................Ifauover, Pa. Secondary Men' Community Association. Treasurer; Me|bodi«t Student Movement; Young Democratic Club; Social Studies Club; Intramural . JULIANA CLARK RIFFERT..........................................Ephrata.Pa. Elementary IIARBARA ANN RINDY.....................................Wamtlmler.Pa. Elementary - o ialion for Cliildhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Xenophilc Society. RICHARD ALLEN RISSMII.LER . . . Middletown. Pa. Elementary Hand; Association for Childhood Education International: DeMolay. BEVERLY ANN ROBERTS.............................................Newtown. Pa. Elementary Choir. Publicity Secretary; Choir, All-State: Inter-Varsity Chrislian Fellowship. SALVATORE JOHN KODANO .... Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Newman Club, Pr.-«id ut; Mu Kappa Mu: Roddy Scientific Society. BARBARA ANN ROGERS.............................................Frackville. Pa. Secondary Newmun Club, Treasurer; Roddy Scientific Society. Secretary; Mu Kappa Mu: Student IVnn«ylvunia Stale Education Association ELLEN COLTMAN ROSENTHAL . . Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Touchstone, Copyrvadinp Editor. o«iate Editor; Mu Kappa Mu. FREDERICK EUGENE ROSS .... CataMuqaa, Pa. Secondary Varsity Club; Football; Intramural . THOMAS R. R0II7.KR..........................................Hanover. Pa. Secondary Snapper; Choir; Meth«di t Student Movcnient; Xenophilc Society.MAKCIE S. KOVKR Hummel.town. Pa. Tom hMont, Co-Editor. Elementary BONNIE MAE RUBLE...............................................lamcaMor, Pa. Elementary V ocMtion lor Childhood Kdmaiion International; ''indent Pennsylvania State Education Awoeiation. REBECCA JUNE RUOF.................................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Women's lt.i Student lalktn. Representative: Snapper; Aowljlian (or Childhood Education International. JOANNE 1.01 ISE RUPP Xcnnphilr Society. Elementar i Ephratu, Pa. DORIS ARLENE SAMIS .... Wrighuville, Pa. F.lfmentor) Special Education Club, I'rca.urcr; »xmiation lor hil«tli...I Education Inter national; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association, ELIZABETH ANN SANDONF..............................................Allentown. Pa. Elementary Newman Unit; t .itainard. BARBARA JEAN SANFORD .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Inter-Vanity I hri.tian Fellow.hi| : Amociation lor Childhood Education International. PATRICIA CAROL SAUER .... Flouitown. Pa. Elementary Inter-Vanity Cliri.liau Fell..w-hip; Swial Studio- Club; Aanorialion lor Child-ho d Education International. RAY MONO SCHAFFER. JR...................................York. Pa. Secondary CHARLOTTE ANN SCIIAUM .... Springfield. Pa. Secondary Women' Vanity Club, Secretary. President; ll.i.ketb.dl; Snapper Student Christian A« ociation; Engli.h Club: Intercollegiate Conlerenre on Covrrnment; Young Deinocratii Club. MARY JOANNE SCHOEU. . . . Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Intercollegiate Conlrrenee nn C.ivcromrnt. Vice-Chairman; Snapper: Lutheran Student AwuM'iation; Special Educuiion Cluh; A.xwiation I,a Childhood Education liilernatioital: Intramural . MARY MW SCHUMACKER . . l-elunon. Pa. Elementary Snapper; Special Education Club; A »ocijtion tor t hildhood Education InternationalEDWARD J. SEBER..................................................l-anca.lcr. Pa. Secondary Social Studio Club; Cilamard. LONNY LiMONT SEITZ..........................................Red Lion, Pa. Secondary Mu K.ip| a Mu; Koddy Scientific Society; Hod .mil Cun Mult; Intramural . CARL C SELDOMRIDCE...............................Blue Boll. Pa. Elementary JANET MARIE SEU.................................................Litlleatowo. Pa. Elementary Snapper; Touchstone; Hand; Choir; Association for Childhood Kducation International; Student IVnn»ylvania Stale Education Association; Rod and (lun Club. MARY ELIZABETH SHAFFER .... BlnUboro. Pa. Elementary Hand; Lutheran Student Association; Student Christian Association; RihI and Cun (Hull. LUBA SHAFRAN.......................................Meclunic l.ur . Pa. Secondary Slavic Cluli, President: Lacro.se Midi, Treasurer; Hockey, Cot -aplain; Student Guido; Women's Varsity Cluli; English Club; Student Pcnn ylvania Stitt Kducation Association; Citantard; Intramural . SANDRA LF.F. SHANFELDER .... Wyoming, Pa. Secondary Women's Varsity Club. Tn-.i-urci; Dormitory toun.il; Basketball; Tennis; Intrainutals. JACK IXINAIJ) SIIAUB............................................Harrisburg. Pa. Industrial Art Senior Mass. Vice-President: Mm' Var ilv Club. Treasurer; Football, Man alter; Industrial ri»Sicietv; DeMolay. EARLE S. SHAW. JR. ..... Philadelphia. Pa. Set ondary Technical n« Club. Safety Engineer; Hand; Student t Christian ociatioa; Has.ler (.eoKtaphic S.. ietv; Rodily Scientifii- Society; Student Pennsylvania Stale Etluc.ition Association; Citamurd. DAW N SHERMAN..................................................Millmbtirg. P . Secondary Frrsliiiun. Sophomore. Junior Class, lli-torian; Women's Varsity • lub. Vice-President: Snapper, to Editor; Homecoming Quern, l .V ; lllack and Gold; Haskelball; Roddy Scientific Society. CAROLYN LEE SHOW ALTER .... Marietta. Pa. Secondary Snapper. Touchstone; Student ( liristian Association; English Club; Intercol legiatc Conference on Covernninii; Xcnophile Society. HAROLD RAYMOND SHRINED .... Orrtanna. Pa. Secondary Newtiun Mub; Mu kap|u Mu.Millcrsville. ! •«. K. LEE SHOFF Soccer, Co-Captain. Secondary CARRY L SHI RK.................................................Reading. Pa. Secondary Ha—let Geographic Society; Social Studies Club; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. LARRY !.. SHURR...................................................Reading. Pa. Elementary Student Christian A«»-m i.itinn; Social Studies Club: Xenophile Soeirty; A-m . ciation fur Childliood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Educat ion Association. TED M. SIMMERS..................................................Catasauqua. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial An Society; Intramural . DENNIS El.WOOD SIMMONS .... Cochranville. Pa. Secondary Soeial Studio Club. Proidenl. ANNE PATRICIA SIRACUSF. .... Wot Chester, Pa. Secondary Hockey; Snapper: Newman Club; Mu kappa Mu; Xenophile Society: Intramural . WILLIAM II. SKEI.LY..................................................(jrlisle. Pa. Industrial Arts Pin Sigma Pi, Secretary; Student Guide; lndu lrial it Society; lnirainur.il . JULIE NYE SMITH.............................................Millemillc, Pa. Elementary KAREN LEE SMITH................................................Lanca»ter. Pa. Elementary PATRICIA MARI SMITH Eniili h Club. Secondary (.anditvillc. Pa. JUDITH NN SNAVELY Xenophile Sreiety. Elementary Manlieiin. I’a. DOROTHY LOUISE SNYDER .... f.len.ide. Pa. Elementary Canterbury Club. President; Women's Varsity Club: Basket l al I; Association lor Childhood Education International; Intrauiural .MARJORIE M. SNYDER.........................................Spring (Hly. Pa. Elementary Delta I’lii Eta. Tframm; Special Education Club. u e-President; Touch-stone. Faculty Editor; Student Guide; Lutheran Student Avorialidn; ooia-li«n for Childhood Education Internationul; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOSEPH JOHN SIMLA..........................................Curwennille. Pa. Secondary Phi Sigma Pi. Treasurer; Newman Club; Mu Kj| |m Mu; lntramur.il-CIIARLOTTE MAY SPINELLA .... Uneanor. Pa. Secondary Social Sludie Club, National Council: Women' Day Student Wocialioti. Rep-re entalive; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education » ociation, ANNE LOUISE SPRKNKLE .... NclUville. Pa. Elementary Women Day Student A ociation. Trea urer; Touchstone, Bii inc » Manager; Student Council; Student Guide; Hockey' MARY ANN SPRENKLE .... Spring Grove. Pa. Secondary Touch stone. ctixitir Eilitor; Enquiry (Hub. Secretary; Intercollegiate Gon lercnce on Go«eninient; Engli h (Hub. ROBERT PAUL SPRINGER .... Mohnton, Pa. Elementary Men' Vondly (Huh; HutImII: Football; Intramural . JAMES K. STAHLMAN..........................................Oxford.Pa. Secondary l!.i l r Crourapliii '•'•nix. President; ' •« ial Sludie (Hub, I reu-urer. RcprcMiit.iliveat-l.argc. C. JOHANNA STAI.DER........................................Gordonville. Pa. Elementary Special Education (Hub, Historian, Secretary; Touchstone; Snapper; Lutheran Student ........lion; Student Christian Wociatian; Young Democratic Club; IntranuiruD. NANO ANN STEGER..............................................Laitca.ier, Pa. Elementary Student Chri ti.m w dalion; A M» iai ion (or Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Young Democratic Club. LONNIE DEAN STEI.I........................................Red Lion. Pa. Secondary Student (Hirislian »oeiolion; Mu Kappa Mu, Treasurer; Social Sludie Club; Rod and (•tin (Hub; Intramural . LOIS ELAINE STIFFLER.............................................Harri.hurg, Pa. Elementary Rand; Lutheran Student ociiiiion: Association for Childhood Education International. JOHN EDGAR STOVER. JR..........................................Arendlaville, Pa. Secondary Rand, Pre idcnt; Newman Club; Mu Kappa Mu.KATHARINE . SWOPE . VdiM nl iwn, Pj KiikIi'Ii Club. Sri undart RONALD C. SWOPE..................................................Blooming Clrn. Pa. In dust rial Am Rod and Cun Club, Secretary. Treasurer; Imlu-iri.tl Ait Society. NATAI.K VINCENT TAGCHINO .... Crcentrrc.Pa. Elrnirntan Mi n'- Var-ily Club. Viee.Pre i.|enl; Men’ Community » ..c iaii.m, S'liccant-at-Ami»; Football, Cudiaprain: Snapper; Intramural . MARGARET ROSE TASSIA........................................York. Pa. library Science Newman Club. HMorian; Alpha lb-la Mplia: Nmophilr Society; Intramural . KAYE ANN THOMPSON..............................................Wrighuvillr. Pa. Elementary Xenuphilr Society; Aiu-orialion lor t Inldh.md Education Internali»nal; Siuib-m Pennayhania State Education A ucialion. M ARLENE E. TONGE.............................................Philadelphia, Pa. Srcondart Snai i rr. New Editor; Student Guide; Engli )' Club; S.m i.il Sludie Club; Student IVnn )baniii Stair Eilue.itinn twociation. MICHAEL TROCHECK..............................................lain. u lor. Pa. Industrial Art Newman Club; lntlm-tri.il Art Society; Intramural . BEVERLY DAWSON TROSI.EY .... Woodlyn.Pa. Secondary Intramural , (amindttcc Secretary, Trea»urer; I lor key; Clteerb-.idiiig; Touch-Moor. Kn :li-b Club; Student Penn ylvania State Education A» ocialion. FAY FUIIRMAN WAGAMAN .... Codonta.Po. Elementary Rand; Choir; Lutheran Student A».«oeiolion. CAROLE F. WALKER....................................................DanU.ro. Pa. Elementary Young Drmocialic Club. Recording Secretary; Student Council, Cla Reprr-•entative, Corrc p»ndinK S.-eretary; Snnpprr, New Editor; Mark and ('.old. Editor-in Chid: Delta Phi Eta; Student Guide; Women' Varwity Club: Hockey; Dolphin Club; Intercollegiate Conferenre on Gomniiienl. CAROLYN ANN WALTERS......................................................Columbia. Pa. Elementary « oci.itiiiii lor CliildlMHid Education International; Special Edu.-ation Club. ALAN II. W AMPULE.................................Green lame. Pa. SecondaryI.e it town, I’.i. WILLIAM ANDREW WATKINS Secondary A ounjc Republican ( lull. Pre.idcnt. VUf-l'rr.Mriil; Nrwman Club; Inter, ollr-Ki.itr Conference on (iim rninrnt; .cial Nudo • Club; Intramural . DONALD LEE WEAVER..............................................Ephrala. Pa. Secondary MICIIAEI. W. WEAVER.........................................Hanover,Pa. Industrial Arts Student Council. Representative, Viti President, President; Plii Sipnij Pi: lmiu iri.il Arl Sn-iny; Intramural . SUSAN LYNN WEIDEMOYER .... Soll. r««ill -. Pa. Elementary Student IVnnoylvaiiiii Education «»ociuiion. Srrrriary. Member-at-Largc; Siinl.nl Council: Student Guide: Dormitory Council; Alpha Beta Alpha. l DREY JANE WELSH........................................................Barevllle, Pa. 1‘uldic School ursine MARGARET IRENE WENT . .... Higlervillc. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Slate Eilucalion A «ocialion. Pr.-»idonl: Dcliu Phi Ela: Lutheran Student Association: A »ocialion lor Childhood Education Interna-lional. LOIS ELIZABETH WIIISLER ... Hanover. Pa. Elementary Sna i rer. Inter Yar»ity Christian KelloWnhip; Student Chri lian A--... i.it■••n: Student Peiin ylvania Stair Education Atoocialion. EUGENE PAUL WILE..............................................Intercourse. Pa. Secondary DONNA M. WIREBACK...............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Newman (,luh; Mph.i Beta Alpha: Student Penn lvania Stale Education AoHM-ialion. JANET LYNNE WISI.ER.........................................Spring City, Pa. Elementary Special Education • lub: A».« iaiion lor Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education A xiciation. NANCYELAINEWOI.FE......................................Cleona. Pa. Elementary Women' V.ir itv Club; Ba kelhall: Hockey; Student Christian A»ociaiion; Mu K.i|ipa Mu; »oi-i.ition lor CIuMIkhmI Education International; Student Penn-ylvania State Education A»ocialion. CHARLES H. WORKINGEK..........................................Red Lion. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial rt Society, Prenident; ll.i ketkill; Cm»» Country: Track; Intramural .IRENE GRACE WRIGI.EV Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary Delta Phi Eta. Hi-torian: Student Guidr; Snapper, Feature Editor, Co-Asm . iair Editor; English Cluh: Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Social Studio Cluh: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. KENNETH ALAN YODER................................................Pcnnshurg, Pa. Industrial Arts Band; Lutheran Student Association: Industrial Arts Society. RUTH ANN YOUNG...............................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary Student Christian Annotation; As-aiciation (nr Gltildliuod Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. PATRICK M. YOHAS........................................................C'a»aie villc. Pa. Industrial Arts Choir; Industrial Ail- Society; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; lntraninr.il'. EMMA LOUISE ZIMMERMAN .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary Roddy Scientific Society; Special Education Cluh.First How: Donna Re»M.d. Sandra Grafter, Shirley Jacobs. Second Kmc: Mar jtarrl Carpenter, Karen Eisenhour. Judy Kurd, Kathleen Cattclli. Third Row: Stanley Miller. Kotiald lWk, Dougin Krimmel. First Ron: Nonna Kent . James Dibert. Patricia Burkhart. Second Row: Roger Jay Sen cnig. A Mil' Gingrich, Alfred Clement'. Third Row: Paul Wrav-er. Kavmond Slough. Keith Miekley. JUNIORS First Kmc: Sue Kudisill. Judith Krennc-man. Bonnie Ainbrosiu . Second Row: I 01111.1 Merfer. Helen Kuehler. I-ollisr Jennings. Third Row: Galirud Harvey, George Pickering, James Forster, Edward Kurnlirter. First Row: Julie Boss. Sandra Stras-biiugh, Carole Geary. Second Ron: Kon.ild Arnold. Jill Grove. Nancy Grove. Harry Fobs . Third Row: Joseph Martin. Ned Kni-elv. Harold Stover. 133 Jl MORS First Row: Nuncy Slir«;in«?r. Samira Schvrctik. Tom IIrc dcr. Doreen Cornell, Carolyn Collin . Second Ron: John Hartman. Ji r,|»li l.i i. Donnat -rilloi, Harry I Strickler. Third Rou Frederick Turner, Harold Royer. Patrick Kirk. Jack Ki- . Milo Rrichnrdt. Tint Row: Barbara Sdiullin , Jojiii Hoali. Cynlhiu Conic, Sue Sautrr, Albert Di'telano, Second Row: Paul Matter, Joint Nichul-mn. Philip llublit , Richard Krrrirh . Third Row: Sylvia Scliocli. Peggy Wilmycr. Jeanne Oswald. Judith Hanna. Barbara Pattenon, Fir it Row: Martha l,«gan. Gail Cray, Joan Suydain, Marianne Knorplle. Lucy l.uhowiecki. Second Row: Shirley Smith. Sandy Light. Roberta Cromling, Diane Napoli, Ann Met .ger. Third Row: Virginia Kelly, ( and I . Ree»e, Peggy lime . I.»uiv Work in Her. Lillie Wile . First Row: Sarah Schofield, Franco Bailey. Kami Thomson. Second Row: Jane Celiniun. Nancy Went el. Koln ila Borin-inan. Third Row: Mary Mavdmil-la. Bomnyne Dellofi, Miriam Slolixfu , Ann Dockey. 134First Now: Sandro Shaffer, Elizabeth Younger, Anita Nutter. Second Now: Barbara Hiss, Carolr Keller, Kathleen Dickey, Apryl Emery. Third Now: Ann luv elmun, Harriet Hawthorne, Martha Reaver. First Now: Anna Mae Frantz, Sally KiiiKhilM.-n, I itirhi Benner. Joanne Arcangelo. Second Non lrix Schick, Brunwyti Owens, Barbara Beyer, Eleanor Sharpie). Third Now: Robert Gallo, Sandro Rumsey. Dorolh) Hotishiko. William larnris. Jl MORS First Now: Dianne Boyer, Patricia Trout, Mary Hothennel. Connie Strati haujdi. Second Non : Jac |uelinir Butter-worth, Betsey Slnlhower, l.ynn Holm-•luifit, Virginia Hatfield. Third Now: Bonita Wyler . Jill Hiinmen, Sandro Houser. Jerilyn Och . First How: at roly n Henclt, David Srhreffler, (.'arolyn Boyer. Second Now: Thomas Dnjcba, Koherl AIm'I, Richard Myers. Third Now: Bronley Free. Terry McDonald, 135First Row: Janet Shoop, Elizabeth Turk-heiiner, Blna MacGregor. Martha Tiller. Barbara Anderson. Second How: Barbara Seller , Vivian Kim1. Phoebe Grif-full. Lillian Wheeler. Kathryn Saylor. Third Row: William Koons, Carol Berg-ner. Barry lairing. Robert Burnley, John FUk. First Row: l.urile Myers. Patricia Dres-ser. Elsa Banks. Mary Jane I.eehner, Sarah Lehman. Second Row: Nancy Ross, Carol Pike. Nettie Cohen. Patricia (IrorRC, Barbara Mo»«cr, Wanda Oherlmliwr. Third Row: Nancy Bennett, Judith Bhrcln-r. Helen A-btiry. Lotii-e Dicrwechtrr. Rhixiii l)clwih-r. Jl MOHS First Row: Virginia kni|i. Gloria Bent . Ooruthy Ziegler, Carla Foltz. Mary Gen-“enter. Second Row: Margate! Gould, Hannah Grundy. Mary Buoser, Penny Piersol, Judith Kirkmun. Third Row: Evelyn Baker, Patricia Bowman, Dorothy Dctwiler. Judith (lay. Marie Ebrr-«oh Carol Kichline. First Row: Barbara Ttileyn. Benjainin Marlin, Joan Groff. Second Row: Leo Shelley, Gerald Collins. Gary Smith. Joseph Ril niun. Third Row: William Smith, Kennit Wagner. Earl Veager.First How: Robert Gallo. Carolyn Manning. Judith Richard . I.inda ilutchin-•win. Meredith Roltert . Scrotal How: Eric Miller. Elizabeth (’.rie r, l)ee Jaku-Itowski. Rosalind Lardiere, Joyce Erwin. Thiril Hou : William Chronistcr. Beverly Jonr . Barbara Wald, Peggy Mason. Johann.i CamlHine, James Phillips. First Hott Erie Miller. Dcniii- Rlicn, Carol Wisniewski, James Ernst, Sharon Reese. Second How: Dorothea Fink. John William--. Robert Crago, David Martin. Third Hon Ruth Slnmpf, Jo- mi Clunihlcy, Norma Witmer, Jean Wir'dinniyer, Barbara Draper. JUNIORS First How: Janette Theal. Lorraine Keim. Carole Carlin. Scrotal How: Suzanne Flalmriy, Dolores Smith, Regina Kirchncr, Nancy l-'cllenbauin. Third Hou Martha Sliuop. Ruth Cundel. Jean Hudson. First How: George Cariuiekle, James l.cnox. Bert hold Kramer, Richard Knot-well, Donna Caldarclli, Scrontl How: Wendy llarhaugh. Jam Kriilcy. Norma Foor. Margaret Morgan. Third How: James Coulter. Marion Bueehner. Mate Phillips, Rollert Walker. Betsy Williams.SOPHOMORES First Row: Loi llnt ler. Connie Kincer, Jand Conway. Second Row: Jane Gilbert. Tliomao Bennett, Pamela Kline. Third Row: Konald Thompson. Eleanor Stickler. Carolyn Clay, David Humma. i£.. First Row: Barbara Simpoin. Carol Gilbert, Su»un Dim lap, Sharon Kryling-Second Row Louise Kcyeer, Winifred Jones Barbara Orach, Joan Thu -. Third Row: l.indu Hoffman, Dale McPherson, Phvllis l.cuiii. First Row: Kom-jihi Murphy, Marydlen Scarborough, Yvonne Page. Second Row: Jam-i Bcavrrson. Joanne Myers, KoIh-Mj l.erit ., Gi.ne Gallagher. Third Row: l.indu Krick, Judy Brunt, Linda Spo livelier. First Row: Susan Ulrich, lla Bowers Nam y Bent. Second Rou : Nancy Brubaker, Ann Winder, Beverly Bailey, Chcryll Brown. Third Row: Joyce Eck-man. Carol Person, Joyce Wiley. 138 Fir.U How: Suzanne Scifricd. Brenda Owen. Nancy larngcncckcr. Second How: Patricia Sliomgurd. Betty Hen-ningcr. Kathleen Mien. I.inda Winner. Third How: Margaret Kaglcson. Barbara Ness. Joanne Kapp. First Hon . I.illinn l.aSordn. Susun Kreundol, Joan Cocco. Second How: Diane Jakovic. Donna Cockliu. Jill Wike. Thomas Rnbrluck. Third Hou: Kennelh Decker, Lonnie Weaver. Thorn-Naylor. Willimu Kahley. SOPHOMORES First How: Kailiy Keddingcr, Undo Pellegrino, Phyllis Snelhrckrr, Patricia llollinger. Second How: Wilson Grab, Daisy Reidel. IJml.i Brubaker. Merrill Miller, Margaret Kby. Third How: Paul Spal.uo, l.ynn W arren, Glenwood Wein-err, BolM-rla Marshall. First How: .Sail) Buss. Mary Truex, Patricia Orr. Judy Stout. Second How: Charles Cuss, Joyce Reese, Stella Woj-ton. Tlioma- Cuinphcll. Third How: Harold Wolf, Edward Green. Glenn I .ivelslterger, J.uue« McCormick, 139First Row: DclKmih Mickley, Mary Rid-diottgh. Margaret Brill Second Row: loan Taylor. Joanne .Newcomer, I’aulctta lleifrirh. Third How: EIwihmI Finley, Mary lo Bodnar. Wilbur Rhode . First Ron : Dorothy Hauler. Rose Man-alum. Carol Ki-rMinor. Second How: Kinh Klint-din-t, Marlene Fair, Cheryl Levin. Joan Clark. Third How: Lily Davi . Juilith Ehrmann. Stephen Scholl. MO SOPHOMORES First How: Linda Crotm-, Jelly Craley. Wanda Showers. Second How: Joyce Crpve, Sheila Rintqimt. Barbara Fi h-er. Third How: Geraldine lienly, Diane Bottciprr. Helene Heuer. First Hoic: Barbara )l e»ki, Leona Zini-liki. (lit role Gant . Second How: Linda Heck. Jean Tarantino, Rlielda Zwally. Linda Farhad. Third Row: Richard V inter. Donna Kilhcfner, nnelir Dinintlich.First How: Judith Kinpkincr. Sharon Brandt, Fredu Rbncr. Second How: Donna Wilt. Sue Ann Mollingcr, Sarah Homelier, Barbara Ann FUhrr. Third Hon : Kay DN'inger. Lonna GtibheM, J oil n Gibson. First How: Eileen Klwmslein, Virginia Mall. Winifred Kapp. Francis Rapp. Second Hou: Joyce Platterspiel, Dale Good. Carolyn Reigle. Janet Vnkrum Third How: John ill . John Kirhy, Bradley Slell. Linda Veiling. SOPHOMORES First Hou : Kathleen l.ehtnan. Kathry n WirtA Ann a ro e Com h. Second How: Sarah Winter. Dawn Lacy. Wilma Black. Patricia King. Third How: Gerald S«ope. Jane Nauria . Waller Engle. First How Barbara Burh-lt, Carol llofl-iii.hi. Kcbeeea Slider. Second How: Donald Eckert, Kehccea Sparpo. Nancy Fuhringer. Itene Wallace. Third How Michael Lynch, Ronald Chapman. Daniel Kolirer. MISOPHOMORES First Row Joan llnf«tettrr, Lynn Kirk, IJ.irli.u.i Conrad, Jane l.nmpartcr. Second Row: Dorna Wildu-in, Charles Wagner. Gary Siifiler, Carole Youndt. Third Row: Scoll Yining, Ronald Sim-anovicli. Frank Vazquez. First Ron: Nanry Fischer, ilealrlce Kaelin. Sue Albertson. Second Ron David Miller. Thomas Weaver, Frank Ri yiito. Third Row: Gary Newkirk. John Swanson, Darrell limner. First Row: Kenneth Shearer, Ginger (lull. Harold Saner. Second Rou: Richard Hall. Wilmer Noil, Daniel Wilntan, John Vogelsang. Third Row: Frank Ferrari, Lee Savant, Ernest Hess. First Row: Katherine Jodon, Harhara Shreiner. Susan Koch, Mary Gelimtn. Second Row: I5r.nl) Hjrclerodc, Eliza-heth Augustine. Cforge Miller, Riehurd Riddle. Third Row: Thoma» Winters, Terry llolsnpple, W illiam Crant.FRESHMEN First Row: Dean Bmlbenncr, Jeffrey Bush, (Juries Amuntc, Charlie Cheek. I.« •• DerMler, Thoma Koelbl. Srrontl How: Norman Martinson. Lurry Grey-hill, Michael Lui»i, Jacob lli—, Arthur Siejslcr. Third Ron Oliver -k. Carl Troop, Edgar Moore, Richard Stick, William Touts. First Rom-: Ha el Orr, Ruth Mat , Susan Kauffman, Bonita Barb. Lynne Winjscn-mlh. Srrond How: Janie Brown. Jane Buyer, daily Brinton, Mary Anne Uexo. Joseph Brown. Third Row: Joseph Froiwald. Robert Fiorito, Kdw.ud Cliecket. Carlton ('.roll. Frank Bydlon. First Row: June Blair, Ann Futer. Anne Mahan. Joyce Seiplc. Rhonda Henson. Rae Welle . Second Row: Gloria Moyer, Vicky Cocklin. Penny H.irhuugh. Curol Holst. Dorothy Yanoviak. Sylvia Ward. Third Row: Barbara Harz. Bonita Pofl. Jill Lauh, Maryann Konski. Patricia (Tomly. First Ron William Henkel, Clieryl Heimingci, Victoria Hi?ey, Patricia Biielihaltei, l iiula Mathers, Joyce Zeger. Srrontl Ron . Roliett Sprenkle. Newton Kcrshm-r, Thoma Hartman. David Kramer, Theodore Niched . Third Row: RoIm-m Beach, Keith Waller, William Worley. Harry Nace.hirst How: Mary Relit Miller, Anne lliunr, Elaine Rinehart. Saundra l.rr Shrllrr, Barbara ilaiuine, Kluine Timm a .. Second How: Retina ILhir, Diane Rcntivoglio, Linda llelvi-Mon, Iliam Gotnell, (..ill Walker. Third How: lam t r»n Freeman. Peggy ll.dhach. I'.mla Evert, Judiili SlrniiRe. Hirst How EIi .iIh'iIi Fagn, llurlsir.i Shull. Elaine Prosser, Relhamie Grace. In,tie Hi Icy. Paula IliiRRin Second Hon. Patricia lliimiuel. Landry Apple by, Gordon Kirkei «ner, Raymond Howe, Joint Rylke. Steplir-it Uoyd. Third How. joM-pli llriwr. Felix Birtu h. Harold Tale, David Morrison, Janie Reiser, Grant Edward . FRESHMEN First How: Putriria Kranimcr, llrenda KliiiRcr, ( a role Cimplrcll, Barbara Eaten lleiser, Susan Myers, Sandra Floyd. Margarel Frely. Second How: Gail sroith, Carol link. Kathryn Lewi . Mary Ellm Fogle. Judith Beisvvvangcr, Patricia Hoflmun. Third How: Diant Gclluieh, Durothy Mauser. Anita Lelt man. luditli Campbell, Janice Finley, Ann Malic IIIir. First Hole; Carol Rain, Sylvia Freeman, lad Braniuiei, Pamela Frit . Cassandra Clndh t. Patricia Orris Second How: Bonnie Lawrence, Nancy Ifnwc . Judith Cihula. Mice Reese, Nail $hefler. Third How: Mary Anne Morelln. Inta l.ari . Myra I rauh, Honiaine Reinhold, l)ori» Slmdel.FKKSIIMKN Pint How: Donna Brinlon, ( arolyn (!«• Imt. Thni-a (•rutile, K. Myer . Jounnr Salun . Second How: Carole Stranger, Judith Thoma . Gail Gerhard, Su .innr It.lit, Mary Kluilr. Third How Belly Zulecka , Virginia Orili, Sn anne Batchelor, Tina Bower , Ellen Fry. Pir.il Hou. Marilnii Mack. 1‘atiici.i Bmly. Buniiir Keller, Dolore- Kelterlwff, Eli alirtli Klinu, Kalherine Blomni'r . Second Hou Nancy Sumnu rill, Paulette yelir. I mill li Knoll, Mariurrllu Ken-ley, lad Wnodtvard. Joyce E«hlemun. Third Hou : Delore Adam . Garol An-imnl, Judilli Bankerl, Dorothy Miron , Kli alietli Woi ». hr.il Hou: Kli .ilirili Mon»ell, (Urol Illy, Marlene Niemnnd, Thoma Hein e |e|n. Belly Ann Miller. Kli abclli Sluiw, Second How: l.e«lio Hollingsworth. Jack I'.union. Gunter Stein, Stanley William , Thoma Garrett, John Soot I. Third Row: Jere llimleri. Nn hola Valilde . Ronald I’tiwlinit, Rich.iril l.ewi , David lliiiittui -ton. Warren Connell). First How: Dorothy Grenier. Jean llih herd, Jac«|lH'line Baoliiinin, Margaret Drencher, Jane Henry, Dorothy Barry. Second Hou : I homo Wriylit, Joteph I von. David l.ciniiigei. Kenneth IV-ok. Jr.. Janie I an , Thoma Ke ler. Third Hour: Mark June , Barry Sleep. Kdy.ir Pulsgrovc. William McLennan, ’ Gary I'aiil.FRESHMEN First Hole S.mill.i Richard. If;irli.ir.i Right mire, Judith Breuil. Joun Warner, Ronnie Sipes, Ijiiiim' Hoffman. Jean Warner. Second Hou Su .in Dudley. Patsy Wood. Mary Ann Gurrett, Jiulilli Jackson. Klaine (•U|ci riy, Martha Kit ner. Third Ron". Barbara Rovenoll. Margaret Stanton, Gayle Willson. Ann Bushev. Antumae RU-scr. Virginia Cross First Hon : Susan Gruber, Man ia Ham-mid, Patricia Shmll. Barbara Hrooks l.oui«e Btingcr, Linda Doliiw-r. Second How: Georgia Mantell, Marie Gmlioy, Barbara Conker. I.eNora Wright. Catharine Whitscl, Barbara Blodgett. Third Hon : Arleen Sandiler. Hazel B.ilnirr. Barbara Chestnut. Kathleen Kondisko. Betty Morrow. 146 First Hou: Jean Veakel, Joyce Camp-hell, Donna Williams. Nancy Hosteller, Winifred Trent. Janet Hetln-iington, Pamela Kppley, Second How: Irene Gi in-ki. Rosemary Thompson. Sal lie Maurer. Betty Hess, Marsha Kinbaek. Jean Fnglebaeli, Dorothy Krickmti. Third How: Bruce Gerhart, Robert Hartman. Ronald Terence. Bruce Peck. Martin Conley. William Snnni. William Schelrer. First How: Riehatd Marshall, Burry Weaver, Michael Waltman, alter Grevltko, Rob Roy Jamison. Thnnia Haiti. Second How: Jack Nauman, John Morrig, Robert Berwick. Charles Kress. Richard Walters Third How: Jame» Davitl, Thomas Rlmum, Thomas Rap-chinski. Joseph Nawrdcki. Richard Hough. First Row: Carole Shull), I.iel Lawton. M.irllu l.ippy, Andrea Rohison, Eliza-Ik-iIi LiiiiIm-m, Donna Sehcetz Second Row: arnl Roller. Elaine llrodt. Carole Ka oka . Joan Cri t, MarJcllv Manic, Sii»un Itarncti. Third Ron Ronald Mega. Jnlm Coildrack. John Coleman, Winfred Kr.ipp, Tint Row: Thomas March, Richard Monk, Ra« Hell, Jr., John Morgan, Ronald ScIwDi.d. !. ••• Neal. Second Row: Howard Si reel I, Janie V Dinkonfiild. Dermis McDonald, Roheit Miller. Scoti I’refny. Third Ron ; Man Tempo !, .Samuel Komis, Craig Lewi . Michael Winey, William Ijoerclier. First Row: Donna l.oldc. Sn .inue Siephi ii . Jo Ann Co tc|l». Gail Slapf. Kalysue Starr), Dclmr.ili Seaeri ! See-ond Row: Kli .iheth Tro--. Carol Grim. Diana Dougla , Jani-I Willingniyro. Pam-el.i Hannah . Suzanne Kogan. Sanlu a Koslolsky. Third Row Jennifer Gel Helen Rower . Patricia Sullivan, Sail) Gunnion, Catharine K.inimerer. Helen Mann. First Ron. Sandra Oxenfurd. France Cunningham. Diane Kuh.irj, Cheryl f ell . Sarah Wevtenlicrgrr. Su jn Tyson, Mar) lam Peek, Second Row: Michael Hackman, Frank Mellon, David liilherl. Philip Render. I.arry Eher t. Tlioma Wisiliewki, Craig Hoke. Third Roic: John Kmhieli. Edward Quinn, Duwjyne Iji Wenter Wentz. Tlioma Crescenzi. Erie Sandhlade, J dm Ri tline. 147 FKESHMENFirst Unit: Franco Fugle, Barbara Saylor, ChurtheJcd-i Myers Mrrgirvl Broich. Paula McCoy, Qaudetic Cinder. Second How: Franco Cooper, Pearl Marlin. Mary Jam- Krrider, Jo Vnn Alt land, Ronald KotlolT Third How Joel Michael, David Miller. Richard (teller, Robert I ba ll, Stephen Fldrcdge. First How Rortnie Keener, Claudia Burhter, Jean Smith, Cindy Holton. Barbara Po-leii, Sheryl Curran. Second How: Dorothy Madonna. Kathryn Di’v talano, Ki alo-th Dingo, Jane White, (land Miner. Third Row: Catherine liar-l«o!d. Marie Filer. Sandra Milulik, Fran-«• - Kerekgyarta, I nub Ko-ciihcld. FRESHMEN First How; Ruth Rtil „ Ann Rehineyer, Trudy Hildebrand. Kathleen Uliricr. Linda lain Llewellyn, Reliecca Anne Kuhrman. Second How: Dougin- He—. David Bi-hop. Ronald t-ong. Barry Rci--inger, Ronald Price. Third How: John Shenk, Frank Chamber , lav Eckert, Bradley Wylie. 148 First How: Denni I.iiupnrlcr. Richard Conrad, John Funk, Ronald Snavely, David Smith. Cordon White. Second How: Robert Rehinan, Ronald Flicker. Steven Yohe. Holland Four, Jcre Horn, Third How: Cb-nn Lehmun, I aim Wood . Robert S.mgrey. William Kerrey.  First Row: Janice Rndm, O’rcall Fiedler. Ruby Jacobs, Susan Wanner, Virginia Shod, Judith Winner. Second Ron : R Itoda Denlinger. Joanna Schlief, Beverly lies . I eni Montgomery, NeJ son Swartlcy. Third Row: Kennel li Stark. Wurrrn Mel linger. First Rou Mary Sue llaefner, Kern Horst. Susan Slireiner. Kutli Graham, Carolyn Reynolds. June Reeder. Second Row: Martha Poulk, Krirdlinde Kr.il , Kathleen Manning. Burghild Abusland, Barbara Slehman, Sandra Cranford. Third Row: Kli uhctli Ituniuker. Karen Sue Wolf, Judith Havi«. Carolyn Click, Mary nn Simmons. FRESHMEN First Row: Priscilla l-aing, Nancy Stowe, Eileen Royer. I.inda Lelund. Kathleen llresko. Second Row: Raul Swanenburg, George Kournara , Nancy Kurt , Michael Cilloda, Robert Crow-novor. Third Row: Kenneth Hussar, Handd Strassner, Robert Seatrlurd, Richard Stoll. First Row: Amelia Taylor, Julie Mall. Ruth nn Shirk, Kathleen Wagner, Gail Smith, Second Row: John Wilhchn. Shirley Wolf, Joyce Mall. Nancy Zein-anik, Raul Kerper. Third Row: Philip Muth. Joseph Kueragas. Roger Mohr. Harold Rose. 149II First Row: V illi.tm Damp. William Ep-ler. HoIm-ii Frick. Robert Gamlier. Cur-vin Kraft. Jcrc Slaufh-r. Second Ron: Edward Jol M»n, Hoberl Knck. Richard Gcitcr. Mian l-ockard. Everett Hertz-ler, Janie Hoimi, !he tcr Weimci. Third Row: J.inu- Smith. Andrew Puib-nik, Richard JolinMin. J.iinc Itaviik n, Harold Dmleck, Eugene Rutherford. ISO FRESHMEN first Row: 1-cigh Slouch, Richard Itich-urds John McCann. Harold Shenk. Vincent Ko« . Winfield Devon-hirc, Second Ron . David Souder, C.harle William--on. Gerald Harding. Gene Newcomer. Alan Yct»ko, Gurvin Bulk. Third Row: Koliert Mark. Donald Broker, Dale Grlir. Edward ilurton, David Kheinann. First Ron: Steven Mandev. Haul Godfrey. Koliert Hinkle. Howard Poarwm, Joseph Toroko. Duane Ea«thurn. Second Row: Kohert Michael . Kolk-rt Davis, Donald Metzgar, Janie- Richardson. James l.ogun Third Row; John Kaillic, John Bollinger, Dough Dietrich. John It ickelrnann. First Row: Theodore Derr. John Bratton. Philip Gcrhrr. William Stein. Richard Behrens George Tallman. Second Ron William Voigt. Alvin Slruu ner. Thomas Law-on. Custer Whiir idr, Kenneth Thomas Frank Ain-worth. Third Row: Arthur Edwards John Whitlon. t Irville Palmer, Henry S-lmnewolf, Clark Engle.This is lhe plan where we say our "thank yous. Sincere appreciation gears to the IOUCHSTONE staff photographer Pat Bowman; to tin studios ol Bowers and Shellc lor their special photograph): to the S. k. Smith Compam lor their aid with the cover; and to the Grit Publishing Company for their assistance and engraving and printing. Special thanks go to Mr. Earle M. Hite, our leader, who stuck with us through mam tempestuous times and was always read to advise, help, and encourage. 1963 Toiic.hstonk Staff Chris Caknksalk, Editor-in-chiefFORRY and HACKER Printers of the “Snapper" 2-1.8 E. Liberty Street Pli. 393-4452 LANCASTER. PA. WEAVER ELECTRONICS Gradual ' Electronic Engineer |i|iliiiiu' '. .uni Television — Antenna Installation- VVc Specialize In Color Television, Installations and Service 215 IN. George Street MILEERSVIELE. PA. IMi. 872-8559 DEMUTII TOBACCO SHOP “PIPES, SNUFF AND CIGARS'' Estnhlishcil I 770 IIIE. King Street EAiNCASTER. PA. THE STEVENS HOUSE LANCASTER. PA. Confir at ill ations to the ('.loss of 1963 A. C. E. I. RHODES PHARMACY Millersville Shopping Center Drugs, Cosmetics. College Supplies Open 9 a. m. to 9:30 | . in. daily MANOR VIEW DAIRY and LUNCH BAR WII.I.EKSVILLK. PA. 152LANCASTER CLEANERS FOR FUSSY FOLKS MOl vn II.I.K GOOD EPIIRATA FOOD tpMAUpWm MILK and ICE CREAM MILLER BROS. Vendors. Inc . | 24 HOl'R SERVICE 1980 Old Philadelphia Pike LANCASTER. PA. CoMi de r Intamatic C.oind) perated I ,mil Service ... II hatever Yon t‘eil IIERSIIEY KE 3 9141 Call Collect or CE 8 2812 LANCASTER EX 7-2831 SHENK BROS. Sporting: Goods ami Toys 30-32 We t Kin Si LANCASTER. PA. THE GERHART COFFEE CO. Distributors of Fine Coffee 54-1-5-16 N. Christian Street LANCASTER. PA. 16 E. Kill ; St. Congratulations lit the ( Joss of 1963 WOMEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSN. Congratulations, Seniors BOWERS’ PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Photographic Headquarters 19 E. Frederick Street MILLERSVILLE. PA. 1531S4INDEX pap. ADMINISTRATION 98 Mi’ll BETA ALPHA ALPHA PHI OMEGA ART DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 51 band BASEBALL 84 BASKETBALL 78 RASSLER GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY " ( anterbi ry cu b (,:{ cheerleaders r, CITAMARD 62 CROSSCOl TRY 77 Di Dl( ATION ‘ DELTA PHI ETA 11 DOLPHIN DORMITORY COl NClI. 68 EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 95 ENGLISH CLt B u‘ ENGLISH DEPARTMENT or FOOTBALL 72 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 94 FRESHMAN Cl ASS 4® GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT ! HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 93 HOCKEY 75 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT INDUSTRIAI ARTS SOCIETY i9 INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP ( II NiOR Cl ASS 138 LACROSSE CLl 15 LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 97 LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 61INDEX —Continued p° t« MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT _____________________________________________ % MEN’S COM Ml m ASSOCIATION 68 MEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION 60 MEN’S VARSITY CLUB 58 METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT 65 Ml KAPPA Ml 19 Ml SIC DEPARTMENT % VI I II ! ( 11 I I I! I MM'MEYI 94 NEWMAN CLUB 68 PHI SIGMA PI ii ROD AND GUN CLUB SO RODDY s I ENT me SOCIETY 17 I K)R CLASS 102 SA tPPER :.i SOCIAL si i DIES CLl B 19 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT - 91 SOPIIOMOIU « I ASS 138 SPECIAL EDI CATION CLl R 18 STRING ENSEMBLE 61 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 65 STUDENT COUNCIL 66 STUDENT PENNSYLVANIA STATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 51 SWIMMING 81 11 i HNICAL ARTS ( LI B 62 TENNIS 86 TOl nSTONE . TRACK 85 W HO'S WHO 100 WICKERS 59 WOMEN'S i: sKE.-l RXI.I. 80 WOMEN S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 68 WOMEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION 69 WOMEN’S TENNIS 87 WOMEN’S V ARSITY ol.UB 58 WRESTLING 82 XENOPHILI SOCIETY 50 YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB - 67 ' ( 1 0 REIT HI ICW CLl H 67tr rGANSER LIBRARY MIIURSVIWU6 UNIVERSITY. 


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