Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA)

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Mil t MMf I Tofu chs 1964 MiUersville State Colleg Miller.sville, Pa.Foreword Soon after the Millersville State Normal School was established, the first yearbook. The Wicker sham, was compiled. The Seniors published this hook as a record of their class history and year's activities. To incorporate the activities of all the classes, the title, Wicker sham, was changed to The Millersvil-lian in 1901. In order to insure the individuality of the yearbook as a separate publication of college activities, the name Touchstone emerged, symbolizing a literary quality of high achievement and a token of luck. Since 1909 each yearbook has attempted to sustain this literary quality by maintaining an accurate record of each year's events. Styles of the book have changed; however, each yearbook reflects the personality of that particular year. Thus as a record of this year's joys and frustrations, hopes and achievements, the staff presents—Touchstone 1964. Table of Contents In Retrospect 4 People 40 Activities 100 Sports 136 Advertisements 156Dr. and Mrs. Bicmesderfcr find a few moments of enjoyment and relaxation in their home on rumpus. Dedication The image of a college reflects the abilities of its president. For twenty years his wise and just leadership has guided and strengthened the growth and development of our college. Because he is the symbol of this growth, we, the staff of the 1964 Touchstone, in sincere appreciation of his service, dedicate this book to ...5 Dr. D. L. BiemesderferOld Main South which will lie razed thi« «urumcr. Old Main grows, changes . . . An early photo of Old Main before addition - were made. Old Main with the fir l large addition on tin right. » . . . and is soon to disappear. Old Main North with it» once farnoti balconies. I he front of Old Main- one of • hi- luM photon of the lower.Roddy Science Hall which opened second wimsin.Models' of campus buildings or..... display in Osburn Hall. . . . and shifts. “Prairie dogs” cause confusion but ready campus for future growth. One of seven new dorms t be built Iwyoiul East Frederick Street nears completion. 9V_L qmt The j«'' • ( innocence I If freshmen grt their first taste of orientation. Honlire rally part of freshman orientation. Freshman week activities quickly end . . . Friends are made at the Big Sifter Little Sister picnic. An purl nl tlu'ir regolationr. lh« e freshmen line-up to cheer on ihe football team. . . . and Parents Day arrives. Students «el| mums on Parent Dav.Players are insitired . . . Coed have fun imit.itinp f.mtlull ['layer at pep rally ami . . . Imm»»I lh«’ tram spirit.Joanne Arcangelo Mnile» pmtiiJIy after being nature! Homecoming Queen. . . . queens are crowned, and prizes are awarded. Kmlily Hall’ rocket lirst place winner of the Homecoming float'Bard Hall's final was a favoriir. MUSEUM r? MMiwrpqiTY Projecting into the future . . . Homecoming llnnnc was lillcrsvillc in the year 2000.Soil light and sweet music make jii dance .» big u •«• . . . . and enjoying the present. Decoration ilwiy.s add color and beauty l« Brooks Hall dance .Projects continue and then . . . 16 Member of tlic tage crew put on the final touche before the “big curtain" gw up.Tlii li»mal winter scene enforce our feeling' of grief. Announcement of President Kennedy’ death »tun group out-ide Old Main. . . . cease as we mourn our nation's loss.At the annual Christina Concert, timcOapvc photography capture the choir candlelight procession. I luring Winter Weekend. Millcrsville carolers . . . Talent spotlights . . . . . . •crenude the appreciative townsmen.. . . the Christinas season.Decorations by the Technical Art Club . . . Holiday spirit prevails . . . . , . and an mornum Christina tree contribute a line netting for the Winter Weekend Dance. 20. . . throughout Winter Weekend. The Brandywine Singer good-naturedly convent to give their autograph- in senior coed Joanne Arcangelo. Thin popular Kn ti]i provide bin-name entertainment (nr Winter W eekend »«i niim °"C MiU-rwUl. Civ,,..I. ihrn ,l„- |,|,rar) thr rx| an ivr « »rmbly hall i hein converted to cUM„K,m, 22 I Preparation for entertainment. Commuter eat lunch, play cnrtN. relax ami ncra ion»lly study on the top floor of the Student Center. Popular dining areas.Concentrated studying i typified by thin student .1- final approach. The end of one semester . . . Snow mark the Januury Graduation proco »ion led by the (acuity. 26Brook Hall lake- n .1 different appearance durinii registration. . . . and the beginning of another.I li hli ht of I Ik; Stri'i'tlirarl Dance i !»«• rrowning of tli ? t|u rn. Carol Freed. Beauty and creatine paintings Coed ? in»| cct modcmiidir painlinR- created l»v MSC student .. . . give contrasts to winter's decorations. Th«! campus livin' collrcl ilirir share -if winter' white offering.Young Democratic (!luh President, Kill (Jlirnnistrr allow hi room-in.itc Jim lauiox to post the COP haulier (or «lic of hi- Young Republican meetings. Varied cam msInterests and avocations. Tim new computer center i located in Wickershain. I)r. Meier de»« rili » the operation of tile new m.irliinr to member of his computer cla . 31Six member o( the Djni h Cyra Team perfotm their aerohulic stunts lor a Nlill.r- ille assembly. Assemblies provide entertainment. Another assembly i marked by the dedication of Dilwoith Mall.Even in llie lain, llir campus lake is a familiar scene lo all. Spring enhances rain pus. 33Preparation culminates . . . ... ilirse individual have a chance lo enjoy ... . . . Mmlrnt teaching experiences. The teachers art Barbara Beyer, Herbert Kurlip, and Bcl»y ('.riesr.Student leather' are foiiml at work in l i»l K) labonitorir , . .■ Teaching encompu » ( «.■ many a»|iccti... . . . In cliiMroom presentation , a John Slump, Gerald Itrcnncr, and Rob Walker will verify. Student teaching gives nay to . . . ... from working with machine .. . IdfeFor »ltidying. Jack. Wliitton select a tcenic spot by tlir lake. Chosen on both brauty md talent, Marfir Kenley reigns on Spring Fling Weekend. Srvi-i.il ambitious student' attempt to combine study with the outdoors. .r . . . . Spring Fling and cram sessions lor finals.Across »!»•• bridge, uroimtl tin- luke, past Wickershtim . ... llii class of 1963 precedes .. . ( radua lion term iliates college years. . , . entering Lyte Auditiprium (or the la . time u» undergraduate-.Mi!I«T villo men find a pood panic of -oftlull a much needed Miurcc of relaxation. Summer oilers studies and relaxation. Faculty ami Mudcnt join together in «ummnr activities Thi» historic marker, located at tile entrance of Old Main, relate? Imt a | att of what ha pone on through the ycai ,u MSO. FIRST STATE_ NORMAL Millers ville is the oldest teacheMraining center in the State. Opened in 1854 as . Millersville Academy, a Teacher's Institute was held in 1855. Made the first State Normal. 1859.■M ADMIINFSTR TIQN Piuidenl I). I.. Ilifmwderlpr ponder the day’ Ihumiicm, The administration likens itself lit the framework of the school . . . 42 l r. . (J. Bricdrnitinr. dean l academic affair ., Meps out to Kii"ia for an official tour.Conferring on matter of lh« student hotly are the Student Deans. Tln-v are: Mr. Charles I. Kent. Miss Helen Conway. Dr. Robert V. Brown, l)r. W illiam 11. Duncan, Dr. Clyde S Stine, and Mr. Henry I . Burlier. Along with the Deans who provide a linn foundation The Academic Deans are: Dr James Becker, Dr. Burt !.. Diinmire, l)r. Daun XV. i- bil, Dr. Eugene K Kobh, Dr. Michael 0. Kovach, and Dr. J. Hirhartl Zrrby discuss matter' of importance. V«f picturrd j. Dr. Kaymond Kuhl. 43EDUCATION- PSYCHOLOGY Measurements, method . ami moodt in the field of education ami psychology are dealt with by Front Row: Miss Audrie Iturie, Mr. Joseph DiRenxi , Dr. J. Richard Zorhy, Dr. Paul RommeJ, Mr- Lillian Broome. Second Row: Mr. Jjimet Maurcy, Dr. Burl Dunniirr, Mrs. Edith Booher, Mr. Joseph Torchia, Mr. James C. Ally, Dr. Eugene K. Rol»b, Mrs. Mildred Donnon. Third Row: Mr. Robert Metxler. Dr. Caleb Bucher, Mrs. F.dna Simon. Mi » Doris Crowell, Miss Be.iirice Smith, Mrs. Esther Ixrwrey, Dr. James Becker, Dr. V. A. Cliumpa. Fourth Row: Mr. J. ( . Wine. Mr . ENie Hostetler, Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, Mrs, Evelyn Wild and Mis Midiaelinc Santaniello. The faculty arc those who lay the groundwork . . . MATHEMATICS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Dr. Joseph A. Meier, Dr. George K. Anderson, chairman; Mr. Roliert S. Sbaak. (seated); and Mr. Jay D. Weaver. Mr Charles T. Wolf, and Mr. Robed II Ktilliurt concern themselves and ilieir student with the innlhernalieal world of algebra, geometry, and calculus. The way to physical fitness is directed by Dr. Raymond J. Runkle, chairman: Mr. J. Rodney Bimsoii, Dr. Mary Dixon. Mr. Richard DeHart. Mr. Ruymond Mullin, Mr. Eugene GrolT. Mr. Arthur Hulme, Mrs. Kathryn Hill, and Mr. George Kalcliincr. 4FOREIGN LANGUAGE MUSIC Instrumental .m l vocal training as well .is mu ic apprccia-lion ure provided b) Mr. M.irold . Shaar, Dr. Ku »rll Getz. Mr. Jarne E. Zwally, Mr. Meltzcr K. Porter, chair man . Mr . Evelyn A. Wild, and Mi Marie R. Cast. I'rging thr cultivation of foreign languages are Dr. Theodore Rupp, chairman; Dr. Mil liael Kovach. Mr. Thomas Douglas. Mi Jjcquelinc Huron. Mrs. Beatrice Killnugh. Mr . Kathryn Kuhl and Mr. Richard Beam. And erect walls of knowledge and understanding ENGLISH Di-ciplining our mind in literature, com. |M ition, and speech i the concent of (Scaled): Mr. Joseph E. Klim, Mr- Mar garrt Wood bridge, Dr. Mary Rrighthill, Dr Dehrah Le Sage, Mi « I’hylli Goodman, and Mr. William Trout. Mr. Charles Mu rnch. Mr. Ijouis Jennings. Dr. Norman Charles, Mr. Charles Cumpston, Mr. Forrest Knder . Mr. Cameron D. I eman. Mr. William F. Diller, Dr. I S. Lingenfeller. chairman: and Mr. Cordon P. Syninnd . Jr., (Standing). Not trie lured i Mr. F.arl M. Hite.GEOGR PHV Mi« K'lliot M. Killicfler, I r. Kolir-rl .V Foul, chairman: Dr. Gltnn V. Sii-|ilnii-win. Front Rote mi! Mi. Arthur Mini, Mi Jowph .mil Mr. Roger Trindrll liriiiK tin' «- nil tin • of ilir world into tli-' elan room. Professors open the door lo a wide world of learning . . . LIBRARY l.lln,ii) Kilin .ition inutiiii tor- (Sctilctl) Ml" Alio- I.. Wag-iii t, .mil Mr . ItiMliin- I l)ali- m.in. .uni Mi- nr.il K Mi Uon, chairman, check tin- card catalogin'. SOCI VL STUDIKS Dr. Virginia Hock. Mr. (iUrenct K. (•oodr, Jr., Dr. Mirnni J. Fo»trr. Dr. Itii li.inl Keller. li. Holicrt K. Barnett, Dr. Vnltwn: Fliily, Mr. Jom-|i|i E. Walker, Dr. Ortircc I . Young, Dr. (iharlc A. Mml. Mr. Willimu S. Bufoko, Mi HoIh-ii A. Role, .mil Dr. (! Maxwell Mycr», chairman, tiring tin- |w»t to life • ml keep the Minimi informed ol rur-irnt world liapiN'iiinc in the (our di»-ciplinm of tin- mu i.il .tinlic hiMnry, economic , •nciology. mid got eminent. V SCIENCE Dr. C. M. ll| lon. Dr. Junto' K. Kokcn. chairman: Dr. Catherine kmn, Mr. Willi Itnuluff, Mr Kenneth (.. Mill.-.. Front Raw .inti Mr. John l_ Honihuunh, Mr. Daniel (I. Kiitlo. Mr. John M. Kolli, Mr. William I). Mclltv.iiiic, Dr Mi' IIiihIi'Imhi. Second Ron ami Mr. l’.iul Melnemoy, Mr. (iconic K. Stauf-let anil Mr. William II CiiuIvmII 'o i. • Ic|i out«ulo to ncl a natural i'ttinn (or lln'ir picture. So that we can climb ihe stairway to new realizations Creative expre »i tri i encouraitrii h 'If- Dominick J. Knn.ini. Mr. Itonahl K. Syki». Mr. Knliert I.)on anil Mi » .1 -tin' Iti'inliart. LNIH STRIAE RTS Teaching tin practical mil u c(u) iniliMii.il nrl» are From Rou Mr Holier I C. Ilo-tiiicr, Mr. I liflnnl I.. Yarrl, Mr Kr.inti I Kalka, Dr. Karl M. Wohor. chairman; Mr. Hugo J. Kiora. Mr (.corui II. Kranci . Mr. Philip I). Wynn, anil Back 'li I rh.ni L, Mona il. Mi Paul W. Ethel (non, Mr. Henry J K mil man, anil Mr. Kicliurd J. Stcinmctz. 47LABORATORY SCHOOL Dealing will) the younger set on rumpu arc, (Seated): Mi . Elizabeth Jenkin . Mi Mice I . Wagner, Mim Beatrice Smith, Mi» l ori Crr wcll, anti (Stand-inn): Mr, Joseph J. DeRen i . Mi » Mitlurlinr Santauirllo, Mis Elsie II. Hostetler, Audrey A, Bun -, Mi » Evelyn Wild and Dr. J. Richard Zerhy. principal. They uphold the beams of inspiration . . . MAINTEN NCE HOUSEMOTHERS In charge of keeping the campus and it- building, in good Dean Helen Conway, Mrs. Jessica Ritchie, Me. Ann McDonough. Mrs. Irene condition ire. Front Now: John Zcamer. Harry Boris- Voivoda. Mrs. Bea Yeager and Mi . Verna Hill lake a brief pause m the field, Henry Herr. Second Row: John Ki«r. Calvin A. duy's occupation, liaurk. sufterintendent of buildings and grounds; Samuel Erh. Third Row: Millard Foul and Lloyd Raif.nider. 48NURSES CAFETERIA STAFF Mr-. Nannui Gillian Mm. Joanna Haile . and lr . Jov-1'liint K. Njinii ate busy keeping the college in good health. Letting new light shine through Planning ihr college rural are (Stated): Mr-, Edna llorr. Mm. Fannie Glick. dietician: Mrs. Virginia llcidonrrich, dining hull tupcrri. or, and (Standing): Mm. Martha Wilson and Mr. M. G. I.ehr, food manager. LIBRARIANS l.ihrariam Mr . Lynda Wilson, Mr. Donald K. Trihit, Mi » l abelle llu ton, Mr Dorothy I.. Cavanaugh, 'lr . Marian Kir Her. Mm. Esther T hudy. Mr. John Maine. (Seated), and Mr , l-atira Doer, ing, Mr . E»thrr Whitely, Mm. Daniee Trim del I and Mr . Rose Binkley (Standing), are always willing to help.STl DENT SERVICE Mi— Esther la-nhardt. former Alumni Secretary. pro-vide a liai«on between I In .iluinni .mil I hr earn pus. Sin? retired in October. There are those whose dedication extends like hallways Serving ihr student in the (Jollegr Store, tin? Student Center. and various other anas are (SealedI: Mr . Jean 1. Charles, Mi- Kathleen Coffman. and (Standing): Mr-, Arlene Martin, Donald M MinnU. manager o Student Servian. Inc.; and Theodore M. Warner. Television rour-e ih-|iend on tin- electrical teehnieian, Ronald E. Allie- SECRETARIES K-Hrriiial to our college are Sealed): Mr- June blrott. Mi— Mary Ann Wenzel, Mi— Mildred Yoder. Mrs. .Ann Crri-drr and (Standing): Mi— Chri-l)arin-iaetter, Mr . Nancy O'Shell, Mr . Carolyn Yocum, Mi . Audrey Kelce, Mr-. Jean nelte Peter-, Mr-. Grace Evans. Mr . Jean Myer, Mr . Arlene Raker and Mrs. Ilulda Stine wlw make appointment , lake note , ami keep our office in -month running condition. BUSINESS OFFICE The include : Mr . Mildred Charley, Mr . Violet Muinni.i. Mr . Helen Bing.iman, Mr . Audrey Brown. (Standing): Mi ■ Diane DeLoren o. Mi- Nancy Eller, Mr . Belli Crrenougli, Hob-ell Elder. Cletu Swcigarl. Donald Minni . .-mil Ernton I’oslle . wliu uianagr the college finance . Tin- new po»l office i iln- pride of l..-»icr (!. (.’ox. |M Klinanlcr. And tlwse whose loyalty forms the ceiling ol the school l r. Cmrur II. Ditluw, assistant to the president lot campus development. 1 looking toward ilic future. Our »afely i in ihe hand of f.liarlo Holly. heller known a- “Charlie.’ ot pictured i- the security officer, A. J. Smilli. 51Twelve Seniors Chosen For Who’s Who WHO'S WHO Congratulations to the twelve distinguished seniors in the Class of 1964 who have contributed scholarship, leadership, and loyally to MSC. In recognition of their contributions. Student Council and faculty department beads have awarded them the highest honor that a Millersville senior can possibly obtain Who’s Who. CAROL ANDERSON VALERIE ANDREWS JOANNE ARCANGELO ROBERTA BORNE.MAN 52DALE DEN LINGER ARTHUR DRESCHER JACQUELINE It! TTKRWORTHBenton. Pa. SUE ELLEN ALBERTSON Library Science Alpha Bela Alpliu. National Councilman; English Club; WomenV Dormitory Council. KATHLEEN MARY ALLEN .... New Park. Pa. Elementaly Vat hematics Band; Black and Gold; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. BARBARA J. ANDERSON......................................Folsom. Pa. Secondary I lath cam tics Student Christian Association; Dolphin Club; Mu Kappa Mu; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. CAROL MARGARET ANDERSON . UndUvllle. Pa. Secondary Mathematics Delta Phi Eta, President; Student Guide; Mu Kappa Mu, Vice-President; Roddy Scientific Society. VALERIE G. ANDREWS.....................................Lunphomc. Pa. Elementary Sitanish Junior Cla , Secretary; Student Council; Color Guard; Bosket hall; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Dolphin Club. CUIRE LOUISE ANTES.................................................Coalrsvillr. Pa. Elementary Women' Varsity Club. Secretary; Hotkey. Co-Captain: Intramural : Student Pennsylvania State Edueation Association; Association (or Ihildhood Education International. JOANNE THERESA ARCANGELO . . Clark’s Green. Pa. Set and ary Sot ial Studies Snalater, (••Editor; Student Council, Secretary; Senior (.law. Secretary: Xcnophile Society, Secretary; Black and Gold; Newman Club; Sweetheart Queen; Student Guide; Homecoming Queen. HELEN CATHERINE ASBURY . . Peach Bottom. Pu. Elrm en tary— Art Student Guide; Inlcr-V ar ity Chri«tian Fellowship; Alpha P i Omrga; Gila-mard, Vice-Pre idenl; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Intramural . DORIS JEANNE AVER I LI...................................Ridley Township, Pa. Elementart Special Education Newman Club; Council for Exceptional Children: A ociation for Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. EV ELYN A. BAKER..................................................Avondale, Pa. Elementary Band; Methodist Student Movement; Xcnophile Society; Association for Child hood Eduejlion International, President; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. 'GARY EDMOND BALTOZER .... NefTsvillr. Pa. Industrial Arts Track. Co-Captain. ELSA E. BANKS . ... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary physical Sriencr Band; Freshman Clu », Historian; Student Christian Vwociation: Women’s Dormitory Council.ELLA MAYK BARNDT Pott-town. Pa. Elementary History Apodal (on (or Childhood Education International; Social Studio Club; Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Association, Vice-President. MARTHA M. BEAVER.........................................Millmtown. Pa. Secondary English Delta Phi Eta, Secretary; Basketball; Touchstone. Section Editor: Band; Alpha Bela Alpha; English Club. Secretary: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. MICHAEL JOHN BECKER .... Drawl Hill. Pa. Secondary (German Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Industrial Am- Society; Xcnophile Society; Soccer; Track; Voting Republican Club; Mm’ Varsity Club FORREST W. BENNER .... Sunbury. Pa. Elementary Basketball, Captain; Varsity Club; Intramurals. GLORIA JEAN BENTZ............................................Richland. Pa. Elementary—German Xcnophile Society; Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association. BARBARA LEE BEYER..........................................Norristown. Pa. Elementars Social Studies Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Association for Childhood Education International; Sx-ial Studies Club. JUDITH ELLEN BI.OCHER .... Littleslown. Pa. Elementary Special Education Band; Lutheran Student Association; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow-hip; Council (or Exceptional Children: Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. RONALD RAMON BOCK . . . . Lebanon, Pa. Secondary English Phi Sigma Pi; Tennis; English Club; Wicker . MARY EDITH BOOSF.R . . . Middletown. Pa. Liberal Arts English Delta Phi Eta. Treasurer; Roddy Scienlifn Society. ROBERTA M. BORNEMAN...................................Reading. Po. Secondary English Snapper, Features Editor. (ai-Editor, Senior Consultant; English Club; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Xcnophile .Society. RUTH B. BORT FIELD Band; Choir. Elementary Mounlvilir. Pa. GABY L. BOWMAN.................................................Lebanon, ft. Industrial Arts Men's Varsity Club, President; Football; Intramurals. President; Industrial Art Society; Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. Representa-five-at-Lurge; Student Guide.PATRICIA I.AFERNE BOWMAN .... F.phrata. Po. Secondary lliology Touchstone, I'holograplicr: Snapper, Photographer; Roddy Scientific Society. Vice-President. DIANNE KAY BOYER.................................................Palmyra. Pa. Library Science Alpha Bela Alpha. Vice-President; Student Chri-iiao Association. Treasurer; English Club; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. DOROTHY JANE BRANDT .... Laneasler. Pa. Elementary MARGARET ANN BRAIJER .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary- -English Student Guide; Citamard: Kngli-h Club. Yne-Pre-ideiil, President. GLORIA ELIZABETH BRENNEMAN .... York. Pa. Secondary English JUDITH KAY BRENNEMAN .... Miller-ville. Pa. Elementary Women's Day Student A hiation, Treasurer; Delta Phi Eta. President; .........I. Secretary; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. GERALD M. BRENNER Soccer. Industrial .iris Miller-ville. Pa. NANCY BENNF.IT BRIGDEN . . . New Holland. Pa. Library Sciente Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow-hip; Alpha Beta Vlpha, Historian, President; Student Christian Association; Student Guide. MITCHELL POWELL BROWN .... Drexel Hill. Pn. In dint rial Arts Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President: lmlu-tri.il An- Society. DOROTHY LOUISE HUBB....................................York. Pa. Library Science NAN ELISABETH BUCHWALTER .... led... Pa. Elementary German MARION EVA IIIIKCHNER .... Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Mathematics Snapper. English Cluh; Mu Kappa Mu; Intramurals.Brooinall. I'.i. HELEN ELIZABETH BUEHI.ER Elementary Library Education Lutheran Student Association; Student Council: Women’s Dormitory Council: Intramural : Student Guide. Jl DITII MAE Itl HI)...............................................Hrrshey. Pa. Elementary Library Education Choir: Band; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. DOROTHY PATRICIA BURKHART Springfield. Pa. Elementary S ianiyh Vit iation for Childhood Education lntcnulion.il: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Xcnophilr Society; Intramural . EDWARD JOSEPH HURNHETER. JR. . . Cumhohockm. Pa. Induitrial Arts Cilam.ird: Industrial Art Society; Intrrcollegiale Conference on Government; Rod and Cun Club; Young Democratic CluK ROBERT RONALD BURNLEY . . . Springfield. Pa. Library Science Student Guide; .Newman Club; Alpha Bela Alpha: English (dub; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. C. THOMAS BURRS......................................................I-.nearer. Pa. Secondary Sot ial Studio Men'- Day Student Association. President: lntraiiiur.il . JACOUELINE ROSEAI ARA BUTTER WORTH Springfield. P«. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International; Council for Exceptional Children: Student Council. Representative. Kcpro-ciilativc-al-L.irgc: Women Oimmunity Association, Representative. Treasurer. President; Student Guide: Tenni». WILLIAM PHILLIP CACI.............................................Unrailrr. Pa. Secondary Sot ial Studiey Citauiurd; Economic Club, President. DONNA MARIE C AI DAREI.I.I .... Enola.Pa. Elementary Library Education Newman Club; Association ha Childhood Education International. JANET ELIZABETH CAPRIOTTI . . . Whitenursh. Pa. Secondary English Cheerleader: Newman Club; English Club; Intercollegiate Omferenee on Government. Secretary; ljcro.se ( lub. Secretary '• Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association: Intramural . BARRY JOSEPH CARNAHAN . Lancaster. Pa. Secondary Science Football; AA rc tling. KATHLEEN ANN CASTELIJ .... Hershcy. Pa. Elementary Special Education Newman ( lub; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Gruncil for Exceptional Children.JOANN CHAM BLEY..................................................Orrland. Pa. Mr turn tory — hr inch Canterbury Club. Secretary, TrcaMiter; beroNe Club; Student Prnn»ylr«ni.i Stale Education i.ttion WILLIAM I). CHRONISTER..................................................York. Pa. Secondary Comprehen sire Science Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Asocial ion; ll.i l..tl jll, Manager; Men's Varsity Club; Young Democratic Club. President; Roddy Scientific Society; Newman Club; Intramural . JOHN M. CLARKE................................................Harrisburg, Pa. Secondary Science Roddy Scientific S«« iety. ALFRED N. CLEMENTS. JR...........................................Her»hry. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Social Studio. Club: Initavollcgiale Conference on Government; Intramural . NETTIE GAIL COHEN........................................York. Pa. Secondary Gompteheu.ute Science Sltulom Club: Roddy Scientific Society. CAROL LOUISE COLLINS..............................................Chinchilla. I’a. Secondary German String Enocntblc; Metlw di»t Student Movement; Xrnophilc Society. GERALD A. COLLINS.............................................ladmnon. Pa. Sri nndar i Sai ini Stadia Vlplia Beta Mplia; Social Studio Club; Young Republican Club. Recording Seerrlary, Corrc .|M»ndiug Secretary. LINDA ANN CONNOLLY............................................Oakford. Pa. Sccondar Mathematics Mu Kappa Mu; X.-nophilc Swirly: Slavic Club. JAMES N. COOPER..........................................Millcrsville. IV Secondary - ('.omptehensue Science Football; Track; Wicker ; Student Penntylvania Slate Education ociation. WENDY ELLEN COOPER.............................................Millcnville, Pa. Elementary trench VMOfiation lor Inblli.I Education International; Touchstone; Student Penn- sylvania Stale Kduralinn Wociation. DOREEN ELAINE CORNEL!........................................Newtown. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Slate Education ocialion. CAROLE A. COSNER...............................................Halboro. Pa. Secondary English Snapper.PATRH IA l.EE COULTER lancaster. Pa. Elementary Association ( r Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. JETTY LOU CRALEY......................................................Felton. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association. LINDA KAE CROUSE.............................................Myerslown. Pa. Elementary Art Student Pennsylvania Stair Education Association LINDA A. CKOYI.E ...... I.rvittown, Pa. Elementary Dolphin (Hub: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: Xenophile Society; Inti.miui.iN. Dl NNE MARIE DAN Newman Ilul . Library Science Lancaster, Pa. ALTON E. DAVIS......................................................Clearfield, Pa. Secondary English Men' Community Association, Secretary; English Club, Treasurer; IntrainuruN. JAMES GARY DAY................................................Bel I wood. Pa Industrial Arts Vanity Club; Basketball; Football; Industrial Arts Club; K«d and Cun Club, Range HBcrr. JULIA ANN DECKER....................................................l-ancaster. Pa. Seeondar t Englt h String Ensemble; Dolphin Club. President; English Club. MICH AEL DAVID DECKER . . Lancaster. Pa. Seeondar y Social Sitidie, Foot lull; Social Studies Club. ROMAYNE GAIL DEIIOFF................................................Narbcrth. Pa. See and an Social Studies Vanity Club; Hockey; Alpha iletj Alpha; Intercollegiate Conference on Gov-rrnntrni; lacrosse Club; Social Studies Club; InlramuraN. CAROLE ANNE HELP............................................Reading. Pa. Elementary Newman Club; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: Social Studios Club; InlramuraN. CAROL ANN MILLER DEMERS Slrmarutown. Pa. Elementary Special Education Lutheran Student Association; Association (or Childhood Education International; Couneil (or Exceptional Children; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association.DALE RICHARD DF.NI.INGEK .... I-anraster, Pa. Secondary Social Studies Student Council. Treasurer; Sxn.il Studio Club, VicCsPrrnident; Varsity Club; WiHlini!. II THOMAS DKNSMORE...........................................Unionlown. Pa. Indus!riot Art Fool lull; MdhiNliM Student Movement. CAROL VIRGINIA DcSHONC .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Social SliKli» Club; Inin -ir»itv Christian Fellowship. DOROTHY M. DETWILER . . Clumlrmhuni. Pa. Elementary Choir; 1‘unil; Association for ( liildh-od Edumllon International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. CAROL JEAN DEWITTE .... Wayne. N«v Jersey Secondary English Snap irr; English Club; Xcriophilo S.« ioty. F. JANET DIANA...................................................Riding. Pa. Elementary Science Newman Club; Association lor Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Edue.ition A« oeialion. JAMES ANDREW DIRER T..................................................Hrr hry, Pa. Set on dors Social Studie s Lutheran Student Association; Intercollegiate Conference on Coierrunent; '■•ung Re|iuhlie.iii Club. Recording Secretary; Sni.il Studie Club. JOHN HAROLD DICKER !................................................(axl-.ru., Pu. Elementary KATHLEEN INEZ DICKEY...........................................Ration. Pa. Secondary French Xrnuphile S.«irt), l ie.iMiier. Vice-President; Della Phi Klu. Treasurer. Ili»-lorian; Student Pennsylvania State Edurution Nt-exialion; Lutheran Student Association; English Club; Student Guide. ROBERT A. DIEHL Chester. Pa. Industrial Arts Alpha Pld Omega, Treasurer; Industrial Art Society. LOUISE ELLEN DIERWECHTKR . . Richland. Pa. Elemental i Special Education Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Association for Childliood Education International: ( itunuird: Young Repuhliean Club: Council for Exceptional Children. ALBERT BYRON DiSTEFANO. JR. . Feaatemlle,Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society; Swimming; Intramural .BARBARA ANN DIXON...........................................Hazleton.Pa. Library Science Alpha Bciu Alpha, Recording Secretary: Nrwnian Cluh. ANNA JEAN HOCKEY.................................................New Oxford. Pa. Elementary Special Education Snapper. Bund; Association lor Childhood Education International; C'nunril lor Kx epiionul Children, Historian. EVAN B. DOUPI.E..............................................California. Pa. Second nr Scien ce Student Counril; Phi Sigma Pi. Viee.President: Student Ouide: Socerr: Methodic Student Movement; ItiHldv Scientific Society: Xenophile Society; Intramural ; Wiejcrr . MICI1AEI.KNE L. DOYI.E......................................(Alumina. Pa. Secondary English English Cluh; Xenophile Society; Newman Cluh. BARBARA JOAN DRAPER .... Klmirtown. Pa. Elen I en tar» Soria Study e Dolphin Cluh: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. ARTHUR JAY DRENCHER.........................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary -German Track; (.'row Country, (ai-Captain; Men's ar ily Cluh: Band: lnlramuraU; Men's Community Association, Treasurer: Association lor t hildlmod Education International. CLAIR LESTER DRESCHER .... Palmyra, Pa. Elementary German Bard Men's Community Association. Vice-President: Varsity Cluh: Traek: Cross Country, Co-Captain; Band; Assoei.ition for C.hildhood Edueutii.n International : Inlramurals. THOMAS MOMOII DUCBA . . . Sierra lo-ono. West Africa Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society; Alen's Vaniily Cluh; Newman Cluh; Soecer. MICHAEL ROY Dl NKI.EBAKCKM . Outre Hall. Pa. Industrial Arty Baud; Industrial Art Society. MARIK WINTERS EIIERSOLE .... Mount Joy. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association; Xenophile Society; Student Pennsylvania Stale Kihie.ilion Association. DONALD CHARLES EBY .... Mount Joy. Pa. Elementary Choir; String En»emhle; Student Pennsylvania .''late Education Association. LARRY ECKMAN...................................................Millrrsville. p«. Secondary Comprehensive ScienceHerthey. I ». KAREN K EISENH01R Elementary Association for Childhood Educ.itinn International. APRVI. CYNTIIIA EMERY...........................................Eu n n. Pa. Elementary French Methodist Student Movement. Program Chairman, Pfo ident; .Sluilenl Penn ikvlvanlu State Education Association; Dormitory Council, Swreiury; As ocla-linn (»r Childhood Education International. JAMES STILLWELL ERNST .... Harrisburg. P«. Secondary Social Studies Economic ('.luli; Kni|uir (Sob. Vice-Prmidrnt; Intercollegiate ( n(errncc on Government. President; Social Studio (lub; Intramural ; Wicker . JOYCE LA VERNE ERWIN.......................................Yradon. Pa. Elementary Color Coard; Lutheran Student AuDrulimi; Siiidrnl Pennsylvania Sialr Kduca lion Association; Intramural . IKINALI) H. ESBENSHA.UK MillrmvUlr. Pa. Industrial Arts ln«lu«tri.il Aiu Society; Uaskrlliall; Soccer, Co-Capluin: Inlrjmural . JAMES RICHARD FARSTER . . Willow Sued. Pa. Secondary Mathematics ISaml; Choir; Alpha I’-i Omega: Citanurd; Mu Kappa Mu: n« ial Studies Club. NANCY FKI.I.KNHAUM...................................Laneaater. Pu. Secondary English Student Guide; Snapfier, Feature Editor: Tennis. DOROTHEA MARIA FINK ... Southampton. Pa. Secondary 6Vogia diy Social Studies Club. Viie-I’residrnl. Historian; Enquiry Club, President; Young Dcniocralie Club. Secretary; Hmslrr Geographic Society; Neuman Club. THOMAS J. FINLEY......................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Ilnsclmll; Haskcllmll; Neuman (.'lub; Economic Club; SmwI Siudi - Club; liilruniur.il . JOHN JOSEPH FISK .... Ilaveriown, Pa. Secondary English Student Council, President; Huschall, Assistant Coach; English Club. Pn- i-dent; Intramuruls; Wicker . Yi e-Prcsidenl. M. SUZANNE FI.AIIARTY .... Wright.ville. Pa. I.ihrary Science KATHLEEN LOUISE FLANNERY . . . York. Pa. Secondary Enfiliyh £I rW Jf y y r English ('.lullJOANNE R. FI V Elementary Special Education York. Pa. DIANE WISE FLICK . lanca-ter. Pa. Elementary Touchstone. I mlii-ran Student »»n« ialinn. ROY EDWARD FLOWERS.........................................K.dwom. Pa. Elementary Football; Snapper; Choir; Pennsylvania Stale Collegiate Choir; lphu Phi Oniriu: Student Perm )Kama Slate Edm alien - n ialinn; Xrnophile Society; Intramural Committee. Vire-Prr«ident. CARI.A JEAN FOLTZ.....................................................E|dirata.P . Elementary German Snapper; Association lor t.liildhood Education Inlrinatiorial; Student Pennwyl-vania Stair Ed mat ion A—oeiaiion; Intramural NORM AM. POOR.....................................................Erernt. Pa. Elemental History o iation l«r i IiiI.IIi.hh1 Eduralion International; Student Pennsylvania Stair Eduralion AMwialion; Intramural . ANNA MAE FRANTZ ..... Wyombsln . Pa, Elementary Newman (Huh; ocialioii ( » Childhood Education Intrriiational; Student Pennsylvania Stair Education MM'iation. RICHARD LEE FRERICHS . Potutown. Pa. Secondary Science Alpha Phi Omega, Vier. President; Tr.i. k; R.i«krtliall; Roddy Men' Cotnmuni-I) A". , iaiioii. President; Lutheran Slitdrnt Association. ic••• -President, Trea--urrr; Mm' Varsity Cluh; Student Guide; Ruddy Scientific So. iny. JACK KI.OYD FlILS.............................................................Carlisle. Pu. Secondary Social Studies StK'ial 'Studies Cluh; Intr.iiniiraU; F.miiImII. MARIANNE FlINK . ... Kart Petersburg. Pa. Elementary Trench Della Phi Eta; String Kn-.-mldr; Student Pennsylvania State Eduruliott Association. CAROLE ANNE GARLAND...............................................Orrland. Pa. Elementary llorkrv; Intramural-: ocialinn for Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Eduralion Association; lacrosse (Huh. CAROLE L GARI.IN Mount Joy. Pa. l.ilttary Science Alpha lleta Alpha; Xenophile Society ALICE JENNINGS GARRETT .... Lancaster, Pa. Elementary ■IrtJUDITH ANN CAY...................................................Coairavillr. Pa. Seiontlai) Mathematic Mu Kappa Mu, Secretary; Della Phi Em: Engli-li (Hull. CAROLE DIANE GEARY.................................................Walnutpnrt, Pa. Secondary Geo eraiih) (iraitriiihir Society, Secretary; Kmlily Scirnlilii S.iclciy; Siinl. nl IVnn »yivania State Edu.Miiiui A—.H'iaiiuii; Canterbury (!lul»; ll.i-krib.ill: Intra-mural . EDWAKI) M. GEEK ..... J.dinwinhurn. Pa. industrial Ail Bud and Cun Muh. Pr.-ident; K.iolball; Siudeiil Guide; Newman I luh: liiilii-iM.il Aria SN'iriy, JOAN I.OUISK GEESF.Y . . Dalla.mwn.Po. Elementary Choir; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education A—oruiiinn; l.iilhrrun Student A -mi ir ill I inn. J NI ELIZABETH GKIIMAN Band. Elemental) Recd.villc, Pa. MARY LYNN CENSEMEll..................................................Ri iffcoo, Pi». Sr i online) English KnitH-h Gub; l.utlier.iii Siudrni A«wiali«»: InlrainuruN; Sociul Studie» Muh PATRICIA ANNE CEORCE.........................................Cnaldale. Pa. Elemental i Sfmnish Siudrni Penntylvaiiia Si air Education V-na-ialinn; —nr in I ion lm Childhood Education International; Xenuphile Society; lulmtiiurul-. JOHN ALBERT GILPIN...............................................Stroud bur . Pa. Industrial Arty Indu-irial An. S.« i. i ; Swimming. Captain; Men’ Var-ily lid.. ALDUS E. GINGRICH..............................................Hcr hpU Pa. Elemental) Lutheran Siudrni «ci.ition; RimI and (dm Muh JOYCE EI.OlsE GIPE I JIM J-Irl. P.l. Elemental) All Student priimylvunia Slntr Education A—«n i.ilimi; ,,r Education lnli iM.iti.ill.il; Della Plli Eta. MARY LOUISE OUTINGS I.ibrni) Science Alpha Beta Alpha. Tn a.iin i; Newman ( luh. Pill»huri(b. Pa. ROBERTA SUE GOOD Elemental) Siudrni Prnn-ylvani.i Stale E4l1n .1i1.1i1 »«« i.ilimi. York. Pa.MiddlrtoHn, Pa. MARGARET ELAINE GOULD Library Science Student Pennsylvania Slate Education ««orialion; Alpha llrtu Alpha: Inirr-Vur-itv Christian Fellowship. KENNETH ROBERT COVER ... Feaftrrville. Pa. Secondary Science I'hi Sipiim IS: Student ; Wr.-llinj;: Roddy Scientific Sm irly. SANDRA KIM CRAKTEK .... Lancaster. I . Elementary I Mphin (Hub. Vii:e-Prc»idrut; Cheerleader. CrC.iptaln: Slinlrnl Council. Rep-rr rnlalitr'iil‘l.iii|ir; Women's Varsity (,'lul»: Sinih'iil Pennsylvania Stair Edu.'.i-iion A—ori.iiinti 1.UCII.E GEORGETTE CRASSO ... Ijncaster, I’a. Secandary French GAIL FLORENCE CRAY........................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Strondrii) German Luihrran Student --«wiaiiiin: Slavic Club; Student Pennsylvania Slat - Education A—ncialion; Student Christian As-orialion; lnlr.iiniir.il-. ELIZABETH RUTH GRAYREAI..........................................Oxford. Pu. Elementary — oriulinrr f' i Childhood Education lnl. rn.ilioii.il; Inlrr A .rr-ity ( liri-li.in Fcll..Hi.hip; Intramural . SIIAKRY ANN CREINER.........................................................I.ili«a. P . Elrnienlnr t Art Slinlrnl Pennsylvania Si.iir Education —uciution. ELIZARETII ANN DRIEST ... Rochester. New York Elementary Vlplia I!.1.1 lplr.i; Slinlrnl Pennsylvani.r Sl.rii Eiliir.iiioii —im i.iIi.iii: M-ia- linn fin f JmIiIIkmhI Education InU'inalinnal. PHOEBE ANNE GRIFFITH..................................................Eplrraia. Pa. Library Science IX)NNAT VICTOR GRII.LET .... Ijnsdownc. Pa. Secondary Ceo tra thy lljiki'llull, Manager; Senior ( la—. Hi-lorian: Ha—Irr Geographic Society: Social Simlir- Cluh: C.intrrluuv Cluli; Intramural ; Wicker : Ynunyi Drino. rralic Onlr. JOAN MARIE GROFF.................................................Lebanon. Pa. Secondary Mathematics Della Phi Eta: Luihrran Student kik iation; Dolphin Cluli; Mu Kappa 'lu: Roddy Scientific Socirty; Slinlrnl Pnin-ylv.inij Man Eduralion r.ilion. ROBERTA ANN GROMI.ING .... Ixmcyne. Pa. Secondary French Sludent Pennsylvania Slate Education —orialinri: Xrnophile Society: Eindi-h CJrih; Majorette; NrHiiian Clnh.MVHY ! CHOOSII Gilumhia, I'a. Sr,on,Inn Englith Snupftrr: Knulxli lnh; Simli ni IVmnylnnii Stair Kilinaii.m Amn'iuiliui Jil l. I). CHOVK..........................................................II..I |i. n, | ». Hrlnrnlnn Iff lm I IiiMIiimmI Kiliu.ilinn lnlini.ilinii.il. Minimi I’mintU.itilii Stair Kilinalinit A ux i.illmi; I hint JOYCE SUSAN CHOVK .... . Frlinn. IV Hrmriilnn Niinlmi IViiiikvIvania Nnlr Kiliualinn AominUmi NANCY 1.011 CHOVK.............................................................Hnl l.inn, Pa, Hrmrninn l.ihnii i Hdutnlion Kv.iiifrln jl I mini llinlurii I luh; A« M iaitnn Ini i IiiIiIIummI Kiltu-alkm Inin iMlinii.ll; |mli hi IViinuylvaiita Mali Kiliualinn »mi ijinm. Ill III M. GRUNDEI.......................................Columbia.IV Hr men hll I Hnthsh ( III.II ; A'HM'iillinli Ini I lllllllln.nl Killli .llinn lilt.1 ll.llInli.iI MARY HANNAH CRI'NDY . . Shawm Hill. Pa. Hr men!an $i eciul Ed million St mil ill lnini.il. Hi'|ni M nl.ilitr; Dnliiiitnry (niimil; Wdnirn' Community oriatimi, in-I’n •nli iii; Minimi t.iiulr; lrllunli«l Minimi liimnml, Aim Ri-|ii. mlalivo{ ... Ini I Inlilt..I Kilm .iimn Inlrm.ilionat; I nun I II Ini Kxi • lilimil (lllilllrrn. I ll nuin, I’lrulllrnt. Martha jank ciindimim .... i.ni«.Pa. Heme mm Miiihrmmin Ilm Ki-y; lt,i»K«-ili.ill. II'lini , I I .11 i iiii; V -m laliun (m Chililhoml Kilin .itiun lnii iiiiiiiiiii.il. rii'iiMiirr; Simlmi IViiii«yl iuila Stair Kilm .ilinn „.m (utimi; Vanity ( luli; him h»lonr. Cu-Fililiil. Sarah j. oundihim.........................................................1.111m,p- I’uliltr School YWiiajr ROCKII WIIJ.IAM CUSS .... Mlllllnii.wn. Pa. Indntliinl liiilii-ilii.il Vil Sillily; Minimi IViimylraiiia Slain Kiliuatiun .............................. I illlii'iiin Minimi Axnmiinni RONAI.il M. IIAI.IMAN..................................................S.uilrrlnti, Pa. Sriomlnn So, nit Stnilir, ll i-.li i Cmprai.lii. Sh n iy. In .1 111.1, Prnlilml J Nm ial Minin- I lull I Km nuniir Cluh C.II.IIKRT M. HAMMER ... . Palmyra, Pa. Hnttrnliir i Stw ml Sliidin Wnk.ii; Sn-i.iI Minim I luli; I hull; Y..un« I.....with « lul JUDITH BLAINE HANNA .... (awlnvlllr.Pa. Elrmrnlun Spti ml I dm niton I ill hr • an Mmlmi Am, iiinm: (’mini'll •"( htCf|Hl«lul (.hlhlini.Kwii'ti. I’.i M ill; » k II Mil i.|.;roi»K I ml mi rial In JOHN IIAHOI.0 HARTMAN, JR. . . . UnraMrr.lV Srroiulun Social Sin,Hr I 'i Iniii .il Clult. Srt n iaiy, I’i. m.ImiI; Sm iiil Slmlir. I Ini.. knulfh Clitli; Sluilrnl (.null', CA1IRAD L IIMtVKY . . . Ilu.uli, i..n Mill . IV I ml mi, ini In ll.nl an.I (.till ( lull lltlllflti.il Nil Sw li lt ; I lllllifnn Stllllrnl A -.« lali..n, VIKi.lM N MMJISK IIATKIKI.D . . Ia.nra.irr. IV StconJun Social Sluilir Krt.iiomic ( luli; Inr.lfli ( Ini.; S.ri.il Slmlir I 'lull. IIAKHIKT IOI ISK IIAWTHOKNK Mount Joy, Pa. H ritirnlnii Herman In . rlt .nl. i; oiiii'ii' Vanity (Juli; ( 'il.un.ii.I; Stiiilrul (.in.In; Inmfnlonr; I.ulli 'i.in Simli'iil A «n'latlon; Ai.ili.m (nr ( lillillin.nl l.'.liii.itimi Inlrin.i liunul. DAWSON K. IIKCK . Wlwnii«l.urn.IV Sci tnnlni l.om iichcnnr Science K.hI.Iv SHmililu Sw irly. Tronic I ARRY CKNK IIKCK Mu k.i|.|.ii Mu Secomlar i Unihrmiuii Itn lilaml. IV CAROLYN M, IIKNCII Nm Ciimlwltiml, Pit. Mrmriilnn (Imir ; .....I.Hi. n l..i ( IiiI.IIi.hhI hi.In. .iln 1. liii. in.iiinn.il; Smili tcr. I.YNNK I.OKUAINK IIKNDKIX York. IV SrcoHthif) Ka li h IIAKKARA I.KK IlKSS......................................................l lilla Jrl|i).ia.IV Hlemenlar In Sdnlriit l liffli.m ........min.n; ( itniii.ini, ................. (ni ( IiIIiIIi.hkI l.linnlimi liii.iii.iiinn.il MARLIN ANDKKW IIKTKICK . . . Nrw|«n. I a .SVi,mil,in Social Slmlir Kih.iImII; It.fl.l (ir.i||M|lllir Sot lily ; Sn'iill Sluilir ( lull NIYLU8 KI.AINK HILTON .... Lrvlllown. IV Liberal .In Union Sn i.il Siinlir ( IiiIi; M. tlinilfl Slmli'iit Mnt. in. nl; M|.ln |U | . ||i|m, Km linmli ( lullJILL I. HIMMEN...................................... Sclin rove. Pa. Library Science l|)lu Iti Li Alpha; Knjtlitdi Club; Student Pcnnayltania Stair Education A««. ci.itinn; Yhiiiik Republican Club; Intramural , DAVID Mycralnwn, Pa. Secondary Social Stud icy Newman Club; A»ung Republican Club, Trra»urrr; Choir: Social Siudie Club. REBA L HUDSON.............................................Quarryvllle, |»a. Secondary Spanish Student I'i'imtylvunb Slate Education «« ciation. LEROY K. HOFFMAN......................................................York. Pu. Secondary Geography Track. Co-Captain. LINDA JOYCE HOFFMAN .... Bi lerWlle. Pa. Secondary Enyjith TouchUone: Siuilcnl IVnnyyHania Siair Education »»i cialion: Enali.h Club. SARA LYNN HOLMQUIST .... Ha%ertown. Pa. Elementary Special Education «M ulioii lor Childhood Education International; Student lYnntylvania Stair Education Council (oi Exceptional Children; I oilman Student v«wiiition, DOI I IE HONSHIKO . . . . . P.ilinrrtoii, Pa. Elementary Herman Neuman Club, (axirtpundiiiK Secretary: A «nclall«m for 1 liildhood Education Inlernalional; Student Pcnu lt.inia Stale Flduration Mu ialion. DARYI JEANNE HOOVER Choir. Elementary Art l .ito'.i ter. Pa LINDA It. HOPSON liiliauiutaU. Elementary la-wi-lown. Pa. JUDITH ANN IIOIICK..............................................Columbia, Pa. Library Science Band; Mplia Beta l|dia: Student Penn»ylvania Stale Education Wocialion. SANDRA KAY HOUSER.................................................Myrramwn. Pa. Library Science Mplia Bela Alpha; Student Penn«)bania State Education l «.ii.ition: Enitli h Club; Intramural . OOYREE HSI Umir. Elementary lmic Sinyaporr. Malaysiat.unruMrr, IV MARY EIJ.EN IIUIIKR Secondary Social Studies Hand: Inlcr-Vur.ity Cliri.lian Fellow»hi|i; Social Studio (.luli: Student Penn •ylv.mi.1 Stole Education A.ticiullon PATRICIA ANN IIUIIKR.......................................Yoik.IV Elementary PHILIP N. HUB1.IT ....................................................Allentown. Pa. I adust rial Ait lntluMri.il An Society; Kroiimnir ( lull. JEAN M. HUDSON...................................................Clcona.IV Sri on Ann Social Studies Stieial Studio (.lull, Secretary; Enquiry ( lull. Secretary; Mrtbudi.t Student Movement; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education « orialion; Kiudidi Huh; Touchstone; Economic Clulc EVELYN LORRAINE III I I Srconilan French 1-inr.iMer, Pa. VIRGINIA K. HUNTER...............................................York. IV Elementary «»«cia!ion (or Childhood Edueation International; Studint Pennsylvania State Education Aworiaiion. LINDA JANE HUTCHINSON . Sprinufield. Pa. Elemental Snamier, Student Pmn.yltani Stale Education «h ration: «ociali»n l». hildliood Edueation International. LOUISE EMMA I.MM . Unatrter. Pu. Sri oiuiar i Sen ml Studies Sot ial Stuilie Cluli LOUISE JENNINGS.................................................. l-tnea-ler. Pa. Elementary Touchstone: Women . Day Student uociati»n, Seerelaty. JAMES N. JOHNSON........................................Patch Boilum. Pa. I ml u stria! Arts lioliotn.il rl« Si. irty; Student Guide. BEVERLY ANN JONES...........................................Ycadon. Pa. Elemental t Lutheran Student Organization; Awocialion l«r liildli-H.d Etluralion International; Intramural.. CARY ROGER JONES.......................................................Bedford. Pa. Elementan Science W ie.lima. G -Ca| tain; Men’ Vat.il CluhPEGGY LEE JONES....................................................Nwarcih. IV Elementary l.uihrran Student »M«ri tinn: Student Pennsylvania Stat. Education lion; Auocillinn (or Childhood Education lnirrnaiion.il; Student Guide; Young Republican riuli; liilrauiui.il . IBAKIIAKA SUE JULIUS................................................LnraMrr, I’m. A n ru it ; JOANNE MARIE KAIT ..... York. IV Elementary Social Studies Snapper; Mu.Imii Pennsylvania Stale Kdiicjiion Vnocution. IIERBEKT ELLIOT KARLIP .... Iainiu»lrr. Pa. Elementary Tennis; Mm'» Yar-liy Club. Secretary. HARRY KEARES .... . l-ancairr. IV 1.1hrrul Arts Mathematics Siam (3ill.. Tr.-a.urrr; Siu.b ill (ioun. il; Mu Kappj Mu JUDITH A11.KEN KEARNS . . . StcwaitMuwn. Po. Elementary JANET ELAINE KEENER............................................Cornwall. Pa. Elementary MICHAEL ROBERT KEIIR......................................Rr.ILion.IV Secondary Comptehen iit Si iener LORRAINE MARIE KEIM . ... Columbia. Pa. Elementary An Newman Club; l ..l|iliin (3ub. 'v.retary; Women's Dav Student o.« ialioii. Representative. CAROLE ANN KELLER..................................................Lrlunon. Pau Elementary llaskclbull; llainl; Methodist Sluil.nl Movrin.'iil. CAROL MARY KICHLINE............................................Easton. IV Elementary Touchstone. Liirr.ii E.lilor, llu»ine» Stull; I uih.r.in Student As ociali«»n; A Mortal ion (»r Childhood Education International. PHILIP LEROY KIIJIRIDE...........................................Palmyra. IV Secondary Social Studies Social Studio Club; Economies Club; Young Drinorrulir Club; Intercollegiate Cunlmace « n Government; Student Council; Ra»ketliall.REGINA C. KIRCHNER........................................................Lancaster, P». Elementary Art Newman Club; Student Pennsylvania Education -. oeiation. JUDITH KAY K1RK.MAN .... Middletown, Pa. Library Science Alpha Ih t.i Alpha, Secretary: B »ler Geographic Society. Secretary. Vi,c-Prr«idcni. VIVIAN ALICE KISE Hand. Library Science Washington Boro. Pa JACK KISS ....... Palmrrton, Pa. Secondar t English Knotlull; Newman Cluh. Historian; English Cluli; Intercollegiate Conferem, on Government; Young DrmiKialk I Ini : lntramur.il WALTER JOHN KI.IKHS..................................................IVckville, l a. Industrial Art Swimming; K" l and (.tin (.luh: Newman Cltih: Industrial Art .Society; Intramural . THOMAS AI.LEN KLOSS ..... Iainca lrr. Pi. Elementary hi (a, Country; vniation lor Childhood Education Iriti-riialioital: Young Repulrliean luh; Technical Art Cluh. PEGGY WIT.MYER KNAPPENBERGER Reading. Pa. Elementary tier man Association lot Childhood Education International. JANE E. KNILEY...............................................Elizabethtown. Pa. Elementary llistory Women’» Vumty Club, A ice President; Hockey: Intramural ; A oeiaiinii lor Childhood Kdueation International. NED L KNISELY...............................................Red Lion. I a. Secondary Wathetnulb Inter-Varsity Chri tiau fellowship; Mu Kappa Mu; Su-eer; Track. MARIANNE KNOEPKLE........................................I at master, Pa. Elementary Kami; Choir; Student Pennsylvania Stale Kilui.uion Association: Association lor Childhood Education Internationa). BARBARA M. KOIIN................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Methodist Studrnl Movement; Association lor Chihlhood Eduealion International. RICHARD G. KOKAT ... Collingswood.N. J. Industrial Arts Di-Mohty Cluh. Prr ident. Secretary. Treasurer; Rod and Gun Club; choir; Student l’enn Ivania State Kdueation Association; Snapper.MICHAEL JOHN KO.META .... I hil«drl|ahi«. P». Set onilar} Sot ittl Stinliei ; Mm'. Vai ity Club; Sm-iuI SiiiiIh - -lul ; Youi k DcnuM-iullr Ini . WILLIAM SAMUEL KOONS.......................................................tahanon. I’». Serna Jan (leofra ili} li mil: VII Mali- 4 lli-|il.iir Ikuid; Ilmir. 1'n -nlmi. Mudml Cmmi il. Vic. I'n-idnil. Senior Kf|irr cntalivr; .................. llm .......... Chairman; Simimi Guide; I'nmi . Captain: Men' Validly C.lub: Snapper. Il.i «lrr (inigiaphii Society; Wii ker . KERT ROBERT KRAMER RocUrd r. I' . Set an Jan Sttriur Social Si min Club: Intramuial . SYLVIA RUTII STEKFY KREIDER . . . Unca.lrr, Pa. Elemental s At! LINDA I.O|i KKICK.......................................................WotnrLdorf. Pa. Elemental! An Simlrni IVtintylvania Suir Education .................... I’mlilrnt; Association bu i lntilliiM.il Kilm4inm Itiiriitjiiiiiiiil; Volina Republican Club. ROSALIND LAHDIF.RI...................................................Alloona.Pa. SrronJan E tenth Siam C lub. Sfirrur); Xroupliib Swirly; SiuilrnI Pi-nii y|v4iiia Sialr Edm.i linn Awicitlliiii: Newman Club; Siuilml (Council, Seririury. WILLIAM LAI IRIS..............................................McKeesport, Pa. Set otuiar 1 I ioinprehemii r St ien -L1 •• 1 b,it I: Mm', 4fily (lub, Si i(Ki-imt 41 Vim . LAMAR LAN DON LEIIIIAKT .... Mani lla, Pa. SrtonJar» StH ml Slntliei Siii |i-iii Council; l uiliri.ni Slmli-nl V»m Uiimi; S.i 1.1I Studies Chili; Slliib-ut Pciinsybunia Sluli Kilm uliuii V MM i4inm MARY JANK I.KCHNEK .... Upper Darby. I’a. Elemental! N mhimA Snapper; V»-« i.ilion fur IIiiMIm-mI Education Interiutllonal} Siuibul Penn sylmnia Slulr Education Association. JAMES I . LENOX.......................................................Morri.vlllc. Pa. Set oniliit) Sot ml Sltithrt Si nib ni I li ■ 1 -11 -• 11 A—trial bm; S trial Studies Club; Yoon Republican Club, President; Slmb ni Pennsylvania Slulr Education A« » ijIhui; Intramural . SANDRA JEAN LIGHT....................................................Lebanon. Pa. , El'e men lari Student Pennsylvania Stale Kilm.it mu V—K-iaimn; A......- ia I ion (o r Ch I Id lv " d Kilm almii International; Newman Club; S -I l SiiiiIh Club; Kniili b • lub. JOSEPH H. LISI Wynnrwood. IV Elemental 1 Clmii; Kmliniaii ( la»». Sophomore t la . Junior • la . Senior Class. I mubni Soccer; Intramural ; Student Guide; Newman Club; Wicker Voik. IV MAim SUB LOGAN Klrmenlan «■ ml Kdut mi mi Nowiimn (Hull. 1 1111.11 RAYMOND LOUT . . M.CIuto. IV Hlrmenlim IHolo i t V.iniiy Cluli; Wio-ilinjs. a|'l.iln. I’ATKM I NNE LOOMIS Tonni . Klrmrtitiin l.nii .i li'r. I’.i. IIA lll( V I'. I .OKING.............................................Mi.IVnii.lv huluitrinl lift Sk..t; Mm’ Vaiaity Oluli; IVMnlay ( lull. Sninmy, I’lcuiilmi; l|ilu I’lii (htn'|i i, Soorriary; Tn linir.il Ail CluliJ Imlu-liial Ail Sorn-ty; Stmlml Cunli LUCILLE ANN l.l'IIOWIECKI .... Ivylaml. IV Srrondtm t'.nnlnh Mu K.i|i|m Mu; Kni:li li ( luli; Niwin.in ( lull. SluiJcni Cuul. : liiii.imiu.il ; (lla»» lli lurian. YVONNE ELIZABETH MACDONALD . . Ymk.IV Srnmdar» Sm ml Sludiei CL'OKCi: TKKin MADONNA . Unca-tor. IV. Sn omlai i Sat ml Sludir ''••i iil Siinlii' l luli; ......ml (.oiiinillli i-. u r l‘ii’«iilrni; Ki ••iiiiinii • ( lull; Siinloui Culilo; Inli.unurul . JAMES J. MALKY.............................................Uinm-ur. IV. SrtonduT) Mulhrmalil « JOHN EKKDEKICK. MNNN. ill IViml . .Sr. ondat Sot iul Slndir llouilillK. IV. II MIIIAKA ELLEN MAKKEI Hlcinrnitin Kril I uui. IV II. IIKNJAMIN M: KI.IN . Now I’rovidrncr. IV. Klrmtnlaiy '11.1111,11.1; Min'. Vm u Tnl ; Kml mil (.1111 lull. Wn-ilmu; II.« oIijII; I'l.iliull lot ( lillilliin.il Killlr.ilion IIll41rn.llt011.tl. CHAKI.Om: EIIJEEN MARTIN ... Mnunivlllr. IV Hlrmenlim Uhnm Kdui nlmn Kami; Siiul. nl l’i iiiiayl 1111.1 Slut Education Y MM'ialion; «n i.uion lm (liililliuoil Edlirnllnii luloin.iliiiiial.Kj»i»h, r.i. DAVID ( IIARLES MARTIN Industrial Arts lmiifiri.il Art Society: Neuman (.’lul . Virr.l'mddrnt. JOSHI'H DAVID MARTIN................................................York,l i. Elemental» Sfinml Edm illion f»r hildhood Education lnlrni.ihoii.il; Student |Vnn«yl .ini.i Sl.it r Edwrlion MM-uiion; Lutheran Student Nworiation; Roddy Scientific .Society. .MARGARET ANN MASON . ... Akron. 1 4. Elemental! English It.i.koil.ull; Women y Vanity Iltil . I’rroidrnt; Student l’cnn«yl»4iii.i Si.ilo Film . tion A«MN-iat(on; Knjdi h Ullli, MARY W. MASSIMII.I.A..............................................lUtburo. IV Elemental! Sat ml St ml in Inten-ollejjiair Ciinlrirncr on (internment; A «h ialion lot Childhood Edit at ion International; Student l’ nn»yl jiiu State Kdin •lion o eiaii«n; Methmli t Student Movriwrnt: ShiiI Studic Club; Touchstone; Inir4mur.1l . PAUL EUGENE MATTKR .... Nom ioun. IV Industrial Arts Choir; lndu»irirtl Art Sxiety; Intramural . MARTIN J. MATIII.A.......................................Coahlalr.IV Srt ontlnrt lathematns S. RICHARD MrCOY............................................................IMlwood. I’a. Srt ondnr English K.iikIi-Ii ( luli; Young R |iuhliean Club; Rod and Gun lul . GEORGE MICHAEL Mrl.KAN Cornwell Heiithl . IV Secondary lliologf Roddy S imiiln Sicirly; I11i1.u1111r.il . ROBERT ANTHONY MKSAMOS .... J.dmMown. IV Second nr) . uni irehen.lire Sarnie Football. Captain; Track; Var»ily (Hub; Newman Club. ANN IXIUI.SE METZGER............................................Columbia. IV Secondary English English Club, 1’irddrat: Mtjnrtllr; S. 1.1I Sludir Club; Inirrmllrgialr On (nrni r on Govrrnnirnl; Canterbury CJub; .Sn ; er, Feature K lil r. DALE W. MEYER...............................................Ohanon. I’a. Secondary Social Studies S m ial Sludir Club; I( nI and Gun Club. KEITII ERIC MICKLEY.............................................Tbonuuvillr. IV Elementary Choir; Student IVnntylv.inhi Slalr Education « m ialion; Xmophilr Society; Attocialion lor Childhood Education Inlrrnaiionul. AikIIARIIAHA JEAN MII.IJ-R.........................................LanraMrr. IV RUmrnlttts S iniul Eduealion Council ("i Exceptional Children; llund; lnter-Vnr ity Cliriniian Kellow-dtip; lla krlkill. ERIC J MILLER....................................................Hlooimlnirg. Pa. Industrial .Iris Wic'tlinx: lndu»trial rl« Society, Treasurer, Secretary. President. GAIL AHTZ MILLER....................................Unculrr. IV Snandan English Student IVnn»vl»4iu.i State Education Awirialimi; Eui ll»h Club: Soeinl Siinlic- Cluli, JANICE EILEEN MILIAR.................................................Mounlrillc. Pa. Elrmrnltir y Xcimpliile Society; A ovialiini for Childhood Education lnirrnatinn.il STANLEY A. MILLER...........................................P»u town. IV Sttondar) (.omittrhrrtsii r Stitnrr Student Pennsylvania State Education A«wcl.itmn. Pi Vicr.Pri- iilrnt; Roddy Scientific Society, Treasurer; Plii Sitcimi Pi. AI.KKKT J. T, MII.LIS.................................Upper Darby, IV Snondar) t.ornim hrrmi r St irm.r Nirm; Track: Younts Republican Club. Screlaiy; Alpha Phi Ome|ia; Men’ Vun-ity Club. MARGARET ANN MORGAN .... Norwood. Pa. Elnnrntarj llninn Cla» lli-iori.in; Newman Club; -- union for CliildlHHid Education Inii-rn. lioii.il; Intramural . Secret ary. It A 1C H Mt A JOAN MOSSKR .... Pbocnixville. IV Elrmrnian liftman Snaii irr. Associate Editor; A« oei,ilion bu CIiiMImhmI Education International; Canterbury Club: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Xriinphih S K-irt), Secretary. SANDRA ANN M(JNIH)RK.......................................Eititr. Pa. Efrmrnliii t Sofia! Sllitlir.y Hockey; Trnni : Student Pennsylvania Stall- I.due.it ion Association. SANDRA I- MURPHY...............................................York. Pa. Elrmenlar i t.ltoir; «H'ijtion lot Clnldl.... Education lnteinaliou.il; Student IVnn yl vania Slate Eduealion A“ icinllon. El I .AIIE I II ANN MDSSEEM AN . Quurryville. Pa. Elrrni'iilai i t.Uttar} Edumliim Hand; - ieiiilion lot Childhood Eduealion Internationid, ViePresident. DONAIJ) EUGENE MYERS...........................................York. I'a. Serondart ( ontfafhfnstt r Si it nr Ituinliridit.-. I • I.IICII.I.E KAY MYERS Elementary N mv ml Ed in mwn | r ......... Education International; Council ( i » l«»i..tl Children: Student Ouide. THEODORE p. NAKADKO .... Saint Clair, Pa. Secondary Mathemuliai Phi Si|inii Pi. I r.'»i.|. i.l; M.i K..|.|m Mu. IIAKHARA JEAN NESS...................................................York. Pa. Serondat Sin inI Sludien Student Cuidc; Social Sludie ( luli; Inti-nnllegi.'ii. Conference on Cotrninirnl; Economic ( I.lit; Stuil' icr. RONNIE MAE NESS............................................................York. Pa. Elementary E tench Touchttone, (!iiu.ii..r.l; Siml.nl IVnn vl».ini.i Stall Education A ociallon JOHN F. NICIlOlX)N..........................................Jermyn.Pa. Industrial Art PATRICIA IONE NORMAN ... . Chester. Pa. Library Science V||.||.I IUi.i M|.lm, Hr| n».niali'. : Student IVi.ii-yNjni.i State Education A» .. eialion: Sna iiier. Social Simlir. Cluli. ANITA Mil USE NOTTKII . . Ea.ton.Pa. Elemental i I in man Dormitory Council; l.iilheran Si.i.lent nhi..Iioii, Pr.-id.nt; Tnuihstimr: »ocialion lot l lnMlioi.il Kiluc.ilion hiti'fii.itiunal. I WIKS M. OAI M N Kik.iImII. Smariditry Uiiihi nintn I .mil.» ill' . Pa, W ANDA JEAN OHEIIIIOl. I Ell ( oate-ville. Pa, Elementary Intercollegiate Conference on (.overnment; St.nl. nl IVmi.ylt.inhi Stni. hd.ua lion MM i.iiion; Moeialhm lor ( liil.ll.oo.l Education liilcinalionul. JERII.YN DOREEN OCHS ... Dcnrvr.Pd. Elemental i Xcuoidiih- Society; Siii.lei.i P. i.n«.It.inia Stale Education . .lion; A«.«.. i,i lion l«r l.ilclli.H..! Education International. JEANNE VI. OSWAI.H . CaliiNiui|M. Pa. Elemental Social Education Newman Cluli; Dolphin Cluli; ( oun. il l.o Exceptional Children; » »ciuliMii (oi ( liil.ll.oo.l Education International. IIRONWYN JOAN OWENS . Southampton. Pa. Elemental E tenth »m mi.oii (or Cl.ilill.iMi.l l. In. . i ion InlcrnatiMi.ul. 0.ri« fKtildinir Seer clary; X.iiopl.ili" Society; Simlciil Guide.Proaprct Park. Pa. JANICE ELIZABETH PALSCKOVE Secondary EnglUb liiirrmllritiiiii Cunlmnce n Covrrnnrrnll Engli.li Club; Majorrllr. BARKY KENNETH PEARCE . . . 11 in r Hawn. Pa. Secondary f om iwAfiu ir Science Suiiiniiiiiu; Men . Viimlty Club. rrr.i.urcr; Junior CIjim, Treasurer: S-nior Cl.i« , TnMnurrr. JOHN I). PECK........................................................Wllliam»|»ort. Pa. I mill t rial dr It LINDA PERKY.......................................................AlJan. Pa. Elementary Sluilrnl IVnn»»l ani.» Slair Kdur.ilinn «« H-ialion; A»-.. i.riron lor t liililbooil Education lrilrrnalion.il; Intrr Var ily Clui«li.in Krilov . Iii|i. SIJZANNE HICKSON PETERS . . . ILirri.lnjrn.P- Elementary Art Clmir: Majnrcttr; Sluilrnl PriinayKaniu Stair Etlui.ilinn A««» i.ition GEORGE I- PICK Ell INC. ... Lm»bornr. Pa. Industrial Irh Sna i ier; lmliMri.il r!« No n tv; Trchniral Aria Society, PENNY KATHLEEN PJKKSOI. Sliilllngton. Pa. Elementary S ieanl Education Cltrrrlrailing Club, Vlc - Pn-.iilrnt; I •omril lor Kx ..........I hlblrm; A—m i.i. lion lot Cliilillioi.i| Eiliir.iiiort Inli-rnntloniil: Slinlrtil Prnn.ylv.inin Sliilt Kiln ■-.ition A«»iu i.iinm; lnlr.iriiin.il CYNTHIA EDITH IMFEKII . . Phllttth l|.hia, Pa Elementary Hetman Canterbury I lul ; -nn|i|||le Swirly. II I’.l It I- PO ITS . . ttoltrrr.town, Pa. Set ondar t Social Stnriie MICHAEL JOSEPH PREVoZNIK. JR. NorthC«|.Uy.Pa. I ml initial An N.'win,in t IiiIi; IiiiIii.Iii.iI rl Sn-irly ; Vrlnan C.luli; lnltiiiuiir.il. PATRICE It IITII ANN PRICE . . Ml.lillrinwn. Pa. I.i bran Si lent e l| lia Beta ||iliu. Trr.i.»urrr; Lutheran Sluilrnl A .«m i.iimn. JOAN PHYLLIS RAAIt . . Drwtcl IIIII. P . Elementary Hiology Stmlrnt Pi nii.ylianiu Stair Erlui-utiun A.wm mlton; A «ielatlnii lor t IiiIiIIumhI Education Inirrii.ilinnal; InlrainuraD; Inter A iir.ity llni.llan Krilov .hl|i,Schuylkill Haven. Pa. JOHN 0. KM KN MIN Elementary SHARON ANN REESE.........................................Roman-ville. Pa. Elementary Siml.nl Guide; Touchstone. Senior Section Editor; llind, Vice-Pre ident: Methodi ! Student Movement; Gifamaid; -Social Studies Glul ; «»oi ialiun lor Childh...I Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Awocialion. MILES BERNARD REIGHARDT Engiidi Glul . Secondary English 1 jiiej'lrr. Pa. DONNA S. REITZ...............................................Hmhey. Pa. Elementary Sfietial Education (ioilMil lor Exceptional Ghildren; A» oeiation lor Ghildhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association ROBERT LEWIS REM AI.EY. JR. . . New Alexandria. Pa. Elementary Track; Cm» Gountry; Men’ Yjr ity Glul ROSEMARY DARLENE RESSEl...........................................Ijmcastrr. Pa. Elementary lnter-Vjr ity Ghri li.m Kell..v»-hip. DENNIS I . RHEN..............................................Lebanon. Pu. Set ondary Social Studies S cial Stiidic Glul ; Intramural ; Evangelical United Brethren Glub: Young Democratic Glul ; Wickers; Intercollegiate Conference on Government; Student Guide. MARY L. RHOADS............................................Boyertown. Pa. Elementary Sim iill Studies Student Pennsylvania State Education A—ociation. JUDI M. RICHARDS......................................Fountain Hill. Pa. Secondary History Dolphin Club; Ba kctball; Women’s Varsity Club; Methodist Student Move ment; Social Studio Glub: Cheerleading Glul SALLY ANN KINGLABEN . . . Eluulwthlown. Pa. Secondary En tli.sh Ghecrleading. (a -Ca|ttain: Student Guide; Eugli h Glub; Xenophilc Society; Gitauurd: Women’ Varsity Glul ; Gheerleudcr ( lid . President. JOSEPH DON RIT MAN ... . Mifflintown. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Intercollegiate Gonlerence on Government; Social Sludie Glul . MEREDITH ROBERTS.........................................Chester. Pa. Elementary Vice-Pre-ident. Sopliomorr Gla . Junior Gla , Senior Gla ; Ghoir. Vice-President: Alpha Phi Omega; Smt )w; Kuulidi Glul ; Citantard; Methndid Student Movement; S« cial Sludie Glul .JOHN J. ROBINSON .... SjiHiikMiI (DeI.Co. ,Pi. I nd ii it mil Arts Soccer: V.niiip Republican Club, President, Viic-I’rci'idenl. Secretary; Intramural : Industrial Art Society. NOEI.I.E ANN KOSER .... Kennrit Square. Pa. Library Seiencr JOYCE ANNE ROSEVEAR .... Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary -Spanish Canterbury Club; Sorbl Stutlie- ( lub; Xenopliile Society; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education --oviatinn. JULIE ANNE ROSS...................................................Fairfield, Pa. Elementaryt English Student IVnn ylvjiiiu Slate Education ksweidtion: Association lor Childboud Education International; Intramural!.; Kttrli-b Club: l.utlieran Student o-eiatiou. NANCY CAROLYN ROSS New Cumberland. Pu. Elementary Library Science Student Guide; Touchstone; Association for Cbiblbood Education International; Evangelical United Rretliien Club, Secretary. Trrj-urcr; Intramural . MARY JANE ROTHEKMEl.........................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary Hand; Stud.-lit Pciin»y|t.iniu Suie Education ncialion; Association for Child-li.M.fl Education International; Council for Exceptional (.biblren. HAROLD .I. ROYER...................................................Lebanon. Pa. Industrial Arts Evangelical I nilrd Rretbren Club; Industrial t- Swirly, Treasurer. AMANDA SUE RUDISILI...........................................Hanover. Pa, Secondary English Citamard. President, Yice-Pre»idenl: Hand: Kn«li«li Club; Xenopliile Swirly; Alpha P«i Omeita; Student Guide. RICHARD N. RUDISILI...............................................Lykrn..Pa. Industrial Arts Intramural : Rand; Industrial Art Society. JUDITH AI.AINE RUSHER................................................York. Pa. Elementary Micbtion lot Cbiblbood E.lnc.ilion lilt.(national. JOHN G. RYI.EF...................................................MHlenwille, Pa. Secondary Sorial Studies Rand; Wrevllintt: Social Sludie ('lull. JOHN M. SAUTER..................................................WillUm»|K rt. Pa. Industrial Arts Veteran Club. PresidentSI E ELLEN SAI I KK Malvern, Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Awtcijlion: Association for Childhood Education International; Xcnophile Society. KATHRYN A. SAYLOR..........................................Felton. Pa. Elementary s ociati n for t Jiildhood Education Internalional; Student IVnn ylvnni;i Slate Education Association; lu Kappa Mu; l.iithrran Student Association. MARYEI.1.EN ROSE SCARBOROUGH .... York. Pa. Efementars Special Education Student Pennsylvania State Education Vs.ocialion: Newman (Hub; Student Guide. ZEI.IM MAXINE SCIIAGHTKK .... Nnrberth. Pa. Elementary Art « m iaiion lor Childhood Education International: ShoJom Club. Secretary. IRIS CHRISTINA SCHICK .... Warminster. Pa. Elementary English Student Pennsylvania State Education Nssoriation: Association for (.liildhood Education International. EDWARD L. SCHOENIIBRCF.R. JR, . - • UncaMer. Pa. Elementary Special Education Council for Exceptional Children. SALLY MARGARET SCHOFIELD . Morrittville. Pa. Elementary Sfieiiul Education Student IViui»yIv.iniu Slate Education Association; Council for Exceptional Children: s«4M-ialion for Childhood Education International; Intramural'. IIARIIARA A. SCIIOLLINS .... Ridley Park. Pa. Secondary Science Student Pennsylvania 'St.«l«- Education «tcialion; Intramural ; Newntan Club. ANN SCHOLTZ...................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Special Education Snapper: Newman Club; Council for Exceptional Children. L WIIXI AM SCHOTTA.......................................Lumber, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art- Society; Rod and Gun Club, DAVID W. SCHREFFLER ......................................Harrisburg. Pa. Secondary Geography W roll fog: Alpha Phi Omega; Itav-ler (Geographic Society; ll.md: Track: Men" Vumily Club. Industrial Arts SANDN I.OI IS SCI1 I I I Phil.idclplii.i. Pa.SANDRA GRACE SCHWENK .... Ne villr. Pa. Elemmiar Serial Education I Itoir; Awwriation (or Childhood Education International. RUTII ROBERTS SEIBERT : . Columbia. Pa. Elementary AMOciation (or Childhood Education International. SUZANNE SEIFRIED................................................York. Pa. Library Science Vnophlle Society; Studrnl Prnn»ylvania Stat« Education »«ocialion: Cita-nrard; Inter-Varsity Chri«tian Kellowjdiip: Young Republican Club; Alpha I tela l|ilia. SIEGFRIED H. SEI.BACII .... Milleravillc. Pa. Secondary German Socmj Intramural . BARBARA A. SELLERS................................................Clcmddr. Pa. Elementary Library Science Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. Reprc«cnlative-al-lairgr; Association (or Childhood Education Internutional; Nov man Club; Alpha Beta Alpha; Mu Kappa Mu, CAROLYN ANN SELLERS ... Nnrtlmood . Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Intramural ; liiti-r-Van iiy Christian Krilov -hip. DAVID E. SELLERS ...... Tyrone. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Football: Social Studir Club; Intramural . JAY VERNON SENSENIG . . . East Petersburg. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Choir; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. LILLIE WILES SENSENIG .... Ouarryvillr. Pa. Elementary Spanish Inter-Var ity Christian Fellowship; Citamard; English Club; Xenophile Socie tv; AMocialion (or Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. JOAN GRACE SHAEFFER .... Mount Joy. Pa. Elementary Special Education Band: Student Pennsylvania State Education V—ociation; Association (or Childli » d Education International. FRANK I). SHAFFER..............................................Everett.Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society: Intramural . SANDRA RUTH SHAFFER .... West Cliflrr. Pa, Library Science Basketball; Women Varsity Club; Alpha Beta Mpha; Lulheiaii Student oriation; Snapper: Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Student Guide; Cit.im.nd.king • ( Prussia, IV ELEANOR CORSON SHARPLKY Elemental i Special Munition Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Variation; ••unt il f«»t Exceptional Child ten; Ik l|tliill (dull. SANDRA ANNE SHAIIU...............................................................Lilli .. IV Elementary Art Choir; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Lutheran Student V sxK-iulic.il. LEO K. SIIELLEY................................................Mfflta. IV Library Science Mu Kappa Mu; Young Republican Club. Treasurer; Men's Community A o-riali«in. Treusurrr; Alpha llcta Alpha; Social Studies Club; Student Pemi.il-tania Slate Education Association; Student Guide. RONALD R. SIIERT .ER .... llununelstoKn. IV Secondary Mathematics II.uni; ( li.iiu ; Mu kappa Mu; Rotldy Si.-nlifw Society: Studml IVnn.yl-tania Stale Education Association; Roddy Men's Community Association. Treasurer. MARII.YNN REIIKCCA SIIIMER . . GwlcviRe. IV Elementary Library Science Alpha I let a Alpha; Association (or Childlrond Etluealian International. PATRICIA ANN SHOMGARD .... Shlllington. IV Elementary Special Education Snapper, Associate Ktltior; Lutheran Student Association; Council (or Excel lional Children; Student IVnnsyliania Stale Education Association: Association (or Childhood Education International. NANCY KAY SIIREINER . . Downingtown. IV Elementary Special Education Council for Exceptional Children, A'ice-Prrsident: Young Democratic Club; Emptiry ( lull. President; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Christian Association. SARA JEAN SINGER .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary French Hockey; Dolphin Club; Xrnophile Society; Women’ Var-ily Club. BETSEY F. -SLOTHOWER . New Cuntlrerland. Pa. Secon dot i Sot ml Sludies Delta Pin Eta; Touchstone; English Clnh; Social Studies ( lull. IIRKNDA ELAINE SLIIPE......................................loincaaler.Pa. Secondary Mathematics Alu Kappa Mm. EDMUND L. SMEI.TZ .... MUIershurg, IV Industrial Arts Technical Ail Club, Secretary; Industrial Arts Society: lntcr-Yar itv Chris-halt Kellowsliip; Rod and Gun lull DOLORES EL AINE SMITH Elementary Special Education A.irk. Pa.CARY AI.VIN SMITH................................................la-moynr. Pa. Secondary Social Studio Koolltall; Truck. Manager; Dr Malay (Hub. Viee-Prr»ident: Social Studies Club; Evangel ital t idled lltcthrcii (.lull. President: Student Ttno»yUanu State Edu-cation Association; Young Democratic Club; Men' Varsity Club; Phi Sigma I’i, Vice-President; Mu Kappa Mu: Intramural . PATRICIA ANN SMITH...............................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary Student ....inylvanin Stale Education «- .rintion; Association (nr CltildluHid Tiduc.ition International. SIIIKI.KY IRENE SMITH...........................................I'...town. Pa. Elementary Social Studio Sm i.iI Studies ( lub: Student Penn»y|vjniu State Education ocialinn; — «. ei.itmu (nr (iliildliMMl Kdueation International. WII.I.IAM EDWIN SMITH .... LrwUtdwii, Pa. Industrial lets Phi SS|tiu.i Pi: Industrial it» Society. MARY ANN SNYDER............................................York. Pu. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Kdueation Association MARY ELINOR SNYDER .... HradlordwtiOdt. Pa. Library Science Alpha Ret a Alpha: Cifaiiiurd. WILLIAM ltllt( II SNYDER Secondary Social Studies Choir. (Ireland. Pa. I Dot Cl.AS STARK Mu Kappa Mu Secondar i Muthrmutia Lilit . Pa ERLA MAE STAUFFER...................................................I-amlDville. P«. Secondary Mathematics 'ur it Club; Hockey: lla«ketb.ill; Tennis; Snapper; Mu Kappa Mu. LOIS MAE STAUFFER............................................Denver. Pa. Elementary Inter-Varsity Ciliri-li.m Fellowship. SANDR A I.KE STEIN METZ .... Reoding.Ph. Elementary Special Education Association lor (ibildlimid Education International: Student Pennsylvania Stale Kdueation Association: l.iillieiun Student i.ition; Council lor Exceptional (ihildren; liitramural . HARRY LEE STEM...........................................Red Lion. Pa. Secondar y Social Studies Cm Country; Hauler Cc..graphic Society: Soei.il Studies Club; Men- N.u iiv Club.CONNIE LEE STKAUSHAUOII .... Spring Cro c. Pa. Library Science Alpha Ili-ld lplu; Siu.lrni IVnn-.yL.ihtu st.itr Education A—...i.iin.n SANDRA I.KK STRASI1AUCII . . . Spring Grove. Pa. Elementary Social Studies Student Peitn ylvania Stair Kdm .iimn A««oeiali»n: Aunrlaiiun fur .liilalli.I Education International; lnii.imin.il : Emimniio Clult. WAYNE EDWIN STRAUSSKR .... Rerwick. Pa. Industrial .ins I■ Iii-l■ i.11 rl Sicirty; Vrlrrail Cluli. IMKKYI. JOHN STRICKI.ER .... HrrMvy. Po. Secondary Social Studies liitereollegialr Ionlrrener un (•uvernment; Alpha I’hi Outrga. Prr ldt lil. I'rr.i -urrr. Corresponding S-erdary: Wicker ; Noting I Vinner at ir (1ul : Cilam.ird; linlii.ifi.il ri» Sirirty: Intramural . JOHN PAUI STUMP.........................................................Andaluria.Pa. Industrial iris Wrolling; V11ill.1 I’Iii Oiiii-l'.i: lmlii-ln.il il Snejrly: lnli.iimii.il- KUTII EUZARETH STIJMPF .... Ijnca.lcr. IV Elementary Iliirki v; Sliuli'iii Council, l{rprr..'nl.ilivc; Student Chide; Touchstone, • iiilr Editor; iiiiichV |),i Siutl. nl ..... Proiilcnl JOAN LOUISE SI) YD AM .... Uncairr.Po. Elementary Herman I Mia Pill Klu: Uulpliin (luh; Simlriii Pi nn-ylv.inia Spile Education A«o nation; uri.iliun f.u Childhood Education lnirin.uiou.il; Xeimpliih- Soririy DONALD THOMAS TESTA . . . Philadelphia. Pa Industrial Arts Kooilull; Mrn‘« sir-ilv Hull. Vii r ProUli-ul; lntr.iiiiiii.il ; liiilii-iriul An-Sicirty; Nrwiii.in lull. KAREN MAE THOMPSON . . . Wrlghuvillc, Pa. Elementary Siml. nl Peiiioyhariia Stale Education A- .n iatiun JOHN ANTHONY TITIiS.......................................................Gdumlda. Pa. Secondary 1‘bysics l-notIi,ill; Wrollillg; I'll! Signui I’l DAVID A. TOLSON.............................................................Reading. Pa. Secandar Sot ial Studies Sori.tl Siinlii- ( luh; Wicker PATRICIA ANN TROUT............................................York. IV Library Science Siu.lml I liri-ii.ui A« odalion, Proidcnl; Slmlrnl IVnntylvania Stale Education A—oriation: Mpl.a Itrtu MpluHAHHAH ROSK TUI KN York. I’d, Secondary English Nr nt,in ( lull, Tii-jmiii'i: Ktijcli.h (Ilult; Stuilml I’rtmxyhuiiia Slilr Kalucalioii »«im i.iiiun; l lirrrh'ailiii|( (iluh. IIETTV A. TURK HELM EH . Sinking SpHns. I' Elrmrnltin Malhrmnlil . Simlf ni IVimoylvanu Stale Kthiraliun U» ialiun, S.vi. i.im ; h i.iiioii l»r I.IiiMIkmmI Kilur.ition International; l.rilhcrun Simlrnl Awrijiion; Mu Kappa Mu. JOHN PAUL TUSCANO. JR. . . IHniMnwn.ru. Sri oniint» Six ml Slltilir Hi-ImII; IUM»hr Orographii- Sneirty; Snriul Sludie. CJub; Young IKiikhuli (iluh; lulrdimiral . JAMES Will I AM Tl I II h Knuli.li (.lull. Sn on it nr English Emntuu . I’a. KICIIAKI) FRANKLIN NAN SOYOC, JR. Shliipwwhur Pa- I ii if ii le ini An lmlii.in.il Art Swirly; Wlrraii (iluh. DENNIS WAKKEN WAI E . , . Nllllrmhur . I’ - Inihi Uriill .1rl% Imhi.tnul Art .Society ; I».mI and (.1111 lull KKKMIT J. WAGNKII . . . MHHiniown, Pa. It ilti lmil Artt Fonlh.ill; lmlii.iri.il n» Sor ieiy. Mils N W CNKK (iilninaril. I.ihrrtil In English l’liilinh'l|iliia. I'ii. UAHIIAIIA LEK WAHL . . . Ilum»buns. IV Eltmentoi t Spn iul Edunuiun Clmir; (inunril l"i Exceptional Children; A-.iicinliiui lot Childlmiiil I'.diirnliim lnirin.iiinii.il; Simlrnl IVim.i H.nit.i Siuir Kilmutioii mclulion; Intramural . JOHN KOIIKHT NVAI.KKK York, I’a Sriunilnn Physic Mu K.i|i|i,i Mii; Huiliiy Scientific Suirtv; Simlrnl |’eiin«ylvunia Slum Kduru Ill'll .»M'lillinll. I.OUISK ANN WALKER . . Avondale. IV EUmmiary hiOinn Scirncc ROBERT SMITH WALKER . . Millrmlllr. I’a Ser on tint i Si« ml Sludie Social Simlir (iluh; Intramural ; Student (iulilr.Liuoilvr. Pa. CATHERINE JANE W ALZI. Secondary Social Studies Women-- Day Student Association, Vice-President, IC (.r.____ .. Mu Kappa Mu; Social Club. ' n,“»vc: PtlVI.I.IS JEAN WAKNEK Elementary' Snapper; Student Pennsylvania Stale- Education A—oeialion. Stre-lton, Pa. PAUI. EOCENE WEAVER. JK. .... Akron. P«. Secondary Mathematics JOHANNA C. WEEKS........................................York. Pa. Elementary GLENWOOD SAIAIHOW WEINKKT .... Wayne. Pa. Secondary — Mathematics .Student Guide-; Hand; Mu K.i| |m Mu: Roddy Scietililii Nwiet). President. NANCY KATHARINE WENT .EI. . . Grrrnrastlc. Pa. Elementary Evangelical I i.ited Hretli.-n Club; itaniard: Student Pennsylvania State Eeluealion —« i.ition 1.11.1.1 AN WHEELER.................................................Willow Grove. Pa. Library Science Student Guide; l.ulluran Student e eiatiuti; Alpha lb-la M|'!u: Student Pennsylvania State Eeluealion Association. JANE ELLEN WHITNEY...............................................Abington. Pa. Elementary Social Studies Snapper; Stueient Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Association for Cliildlnned Eeluealion International: Swial Studie- Club: l.utheran Stueient mm iatieeii: Student t.uide. JEAN WIKDINMYER.................................................Norristown. Pu. Elementary Art Women's Var-itv Club. Treasurer; Student IVnn»vIv.iuia State Education --ee. ciation; lloeke-y. FRANCES KAY WIERMAN .... Red lion.Pa. Elementary Geography InteT-Var-itv Christian Fellow.bi| ; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. JOHN C. WILLIAMS....................................................Ilrookvillr. Pa. Industrial Arts lnilu-tn.il Arts Society. Trea-un-r. Vice-President; Intramural-. JANET SHOOP WILSON.........................................West Crw, Pa. I.ihrars Science Alpha Ibta Alpha: Dolphin Club. Trea-urer: Student Prnn-ylvjnia SlJte Edu cation Association.« MARY JANE WINISKO.....................................Saint Clair. I i. Elementary- Spanish Xenophib-Society; Student Peniwylvania State Education wmm iation. BARBARA JEAN WINTERER .... Abinnton. I i. Elementary Spanish Xenophile Sicirly: AnnrMiinii for Childhood Education International; Student Pranoylvania Stale Education Association. GERALD W. WISE ..... NcwrnanMovin. Pa. Elementary Special Etlucation CAROI ANN WISNIEWSKI .... Spruipfidd. Pa. Elementary Mathematics Student Guide; K.i.ketb.dl; Touchstone, A. ooiale Editor. Wlivilie Editor: Newman Club: Mu Kappa Mu; Intercollegiate Conlcrenee mi Government. Treasurer: Inlriiinuralft. NORMA JEAN WITMER . . Stra burg. Pa. Firmnitary Art Student Guide: Snapper, ArMH'iale Editor; Student Penns)Ivaniu Slate Edui a-timi Association. E. LOUISE WOKKINGER........................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary Spri ial F.rlmation Eri-ditiuui t la«-. Secretary: Sophomore Class. Secretary: Gounril (nr Excop-1in11.1l Children. BARBARA SUZANNE WUERSCH .... Neville. Pa. Lilreral Arts Ihdpliin Club; Xrnopbile Society; la»crov«- Club; Newman ( tub. ROMTAERLKKWYI.es .... Morgantown. Pn. Library Science Student Christian «. n i.itimi, S-eretary : lplu Beta Mpba EARL THOMAS YEAGER. Jll. . . . MiHlintown. Pa. Inti 11 strial Arts I11d11.tri.1l ri« SN-iety; Student Guide: MrllmdUt Student Movement. PHYLLIS LAVERNE YEAGER . . Lancartrr.Pa. Liberal Arts CLOKIA ANN YOUNG...........................................................1-anoaMcr. Pa. I'llblic Sr horrl ursmp MICHAEL R. YOUNG................................................Columbia. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Basketball.York, Pa ELIZABETH HI Til YOUNGER Etemrniary S mnish Siuclmt lYiunylvmun Sui ' Education «M dation, Tirtuuirr, Kr|tiun l Kr|irr- «-ni.ui - .ti l ; AwMM i.ilion for Childhood Eduralion InlcmiHitDal: X.-m. pliile Swirly: I utli. i.ni Sludml A v riution: Cit.im.ird. J. TERRY ZELLER Mount Joy, Pa. Srronillin Sm lilt Si ml in SiiuIh- Cliih. Trrn»urrr; Young Urmocralic Club, Tro.umrrr; Studml IYnn»yl«jiiiii Stair Kduruiion Auociulion. DENNIS A. ZEKCHBR..................................................York. Pa. Sr oniliin (.unifitrhrnMi r Scirncr Track; Inlnitnural . DOROTHY JOAN ZIEGLER . ... LilMnon. Pa. Hlcitienlnrj SiihI.-mi IVimnylvjitiiu State Education A m«iiilioii. Treanurer; Intt-r-Vurdly Clui li.in Pellotobip. GEORGE PHILIP ZIEGLER. Ill Secondary Sfuinuh Y oik. Pa. SENIORS NOT PICTl KEI) ROY ANTOLICK GERALD FlILTZ ARVID K. SEIFARTII CARI. M. HAIR JOSEPH J GRECO EARLE S. SHAW THOMAS RECK JAMES E. HARTMAN CAROL R. SIIICKLKY NORM N 1). HELL LOIS L HARTMAN JAMES E SHIPMAN DALE W RENNET! I| GLORIA HESS OLGA M. SIILAM A VIRGINIA 1111.LET 1.ELAND G J ACKSON MARTHA J. SIIOOP JOHN A. ROSAk FRANKLIN JONES CYNTHIA J. SIEGFRIED SHARON M. ROW MAN ( ARE A KIRi IINER GERALD D. SNYDER HARRY M RIIOWN JOHN W. I KOIIR I’AI 1. S. SPATARO JAMES W. BROWN SUZZANNE R. LEARNED W AVNE SPONSELLEK ROBERT BRlRAKER RORERT E. Mi HOSE RICH ARl) STAFFIKRI MARJORIE RON DENS JOHN L. ORKRHOkSER HARRY J. SIEIERW M.D GEORGE « ABMICKI.K II HUH ITERGALI.INI HAROLD STOVER JOHN R I ORRETT EDWIN A. RESSER ROY L. STOVER ALBERT R. RAGO GERALD R RUTH. JOHN W TELFORD MARY R. DINK El RORERT L ROSENRERRY W ILLIAM P. THOM S BARBARA DINSMORE JAMES A. ROSICA FRED TOBIAS JANE W HISSING ER RRHCE R. ROST PHILIP E. TRUMP GEORGE A. ERERI.Y N AM Y R. RUPP JACKSON 1 NDERKOFFLEU S. 1)01 I.l S EYEI.ER DOROTHY SCHEEI.E EIIMA 1 WAI 1 ME NANI Y J. Fl I'ATRIC IA A. YARGER 88Com I ln.ivc winter wind . When now Iwi anir deep enough in Imilil "Malun" •nnir unidentified MSO writ I In wmk. VVinlri uctiiili -' ,n. monied on litille tin board in frnnl of iln Kai Raee. WEEKS EVENTS WINTER 8P0RT8 OPEN 8EA80N BA8KET0ALL WED8- KUTZTOWN H 8AT- E. 8TR0UD8BUR8 A WRESTLING m fm DELAWARE V. A OR. J. KOERHER 7 0 SAT- JOINT CONCERT BLOOMB.UR0 NSCThe adviser (nr the da ' of l%5 are Mr. Harold Weiricli and .. . . . . Mi » Jane Kcinltiird I Juniors Elect Campbell Prexy The eld officer are: Walter Engle, rice-i rcsidcnt; Daniel Witrnnn, treasurer: Carol Kerdincr. secretary: Thomas Campbell, president. Junior girl» watching I In- latest enue The Beatles! Soiled Fiont: Keliecea Slider, Virginia Hall. Joyce Kee-e, Belly Schalfroth. Sotted ll,id:: Sally Bute. I.ouin- Keyset, Patricia Hollingcr. 90JUNIORS Front Row: l.il CiSorda, Leona imliki. Joan Ang'ladt, Margaret Brill. Second Row: Jiinri Ih-aver-on. Carol Kerahnor, Dan Wittnan, Sylvia W’.inl, Donald Ov-erlcy. Third Row: Joe Will, Ed Green, Anthony Att.iti. John VogeUang, From Rou: Judy Kingkincr, Kathy Keener, Sally llotwlirr, Patti King. Second Row: Robert Smite . Jon Vandcr-burg, Judy Brunt. Pat Ripley. Third Row: Linda Witrncr, Cary Rowe. Walt Engle, Jack Naunu . Front Row: John Hot totter. Annuro e (aMH'li, Brenda Bummiio. Second Row. Ruth KlinedinM, (Bonn College, Joanne Newcomer. IVggy Stark. Third Row: David Miller, Lily bavis, Linda Karbari. Front Row: Deborah Micklcy, Kathleen Ixhinun, Betty Maurer. Jane Lampaiter. Second Row: Carol Hoffman, Carole Youndt, Sandra Rau. Third Row: Coraid Swope, Harry Rothwell, Carolyn day.JUNIORS Front How: Joan Thu , Sharon Fryling, Janet Conway. Roberta Arbour. Second Row: Celia O’Brien, Kathleen I.. Lib-ri«v. I.inda Heck. Irene Cizin-ki. Third Row: George Hannan, I irry Forrey. Front Ron: Jill VVike, Piilxy Fluharty. Eileen Kbem-teiii. Second Ron: Guild? Allium, Donald E. Hinkle, Tom Reese, Tom Bennett. Front Ron: T’uni Kline, Ginny Hull, Barbara Simplon. Barbara Ikirlett. Second Row: Carol Gilbert. Lynn Trainor, Roberta Lentz, I.inda Sponxellcr. Third Row: Irene Wall ace, Pat Gilbert, Toby Duh-on, Hill Grant. Front Row: Linda Luuck-, Dorothy Erickson. Bet y Boleniux, Francis Rapp. Second Row: Erma Minuter, In- Mar tin. Cynthia Buchwulter. Third Row: Annelic Dimmlich. Terry Holland, Harold Wolf. 92JUNIORS Front Hole; Freda Ebner, Beverly Bailey, Sharon Brandt. Barbara Fisher. Second Hou : Joan Gibson, Nancy Brubaker. Jean Tarantino. Third Row: Manual) Edengerc. Helene Heuer, Richard Biddle. Front Hon. Bo eann Murphy. l.oui e KevM-r, Mary Riddimigh, Jean Coder. Second How: Marian Finley. Mr . Joyce llartensline, Joan Taylor, Diane Pol-leigor. Third How: Elwood Finley. Wilbur Rhode . Jim Phillip . Front How: Kay Taylor. Sue Ann Mel linger. Peggy Ebv. Nancy Fischer. Sec ond How: Joanne Printer, Janet Ank rum. I.nnna Cosher!, Bcekic Spargo Third Ron Jere Kent rl. Dale McPher on. Brail Stell. Front How: Scott Vining, Judy Stout. Dotty lla ler, Pauletta llelfrich. Sec-ond How: Sharon Branning, Cheryl Levin, Mary True , Tom Campbell. Third Now: Donald Becker, Ken Decker, John Kirby. Bid Mummrrt. 93The advised for the rhi of 1966 arc Mr. James Maurcy and ... The officer .ire: Kathleen Knndisko, sophpmorr tlas reprrirntalirr; Konald Selwood. president; Eli .iltrlli Faga, sophomore «• «,« rcpnweniaiitr: and Manila l-ipp , srcrrt'iry. Sot pirtureii on-: Jean Sniitii. iicr-ptoudeut and Kli ahi-th Hinges, treasurer. Selu ood Leads MSC Sophomores Sophomore men engrossed in a favorite pastime are: (.'liarle Williamson, Joseph Frciwald. Joseph Brown and John Wilhelm. 94SOPHOMORES Front How: Winifred Trei.-t, I.ttxir Riley, Elaine Brodl. Second How: Dick Monk. William Stein. l-oi Woodward. Third Hou : Roger Mohr, Linda Llewellyn, Tina Rower.-., Carolyn McMoran. Front How: Marie Conboy, Brtsjf Shaw. Jack I'owell, Jean Smith. Second Row: Judy Wouter, Judy Davis, Jo Ann Alt-land. Ri-tty Morrow. Third How: Carlton Groff, William Voigt. Joseph Frci-wald. Front How: Julie Maff, Ann Lambert, Elaine Rineliart, Vndrea Robison Second Row: Sue Harnett, John E. Sink. Janice Ender?, Cainrc Freeman. Third How: Harold Shenk, Ratty Sleep, Harry M. New. Front How: Ronnie Sijn--. Rarhara Kightmire, Susan Wagner. Second How: Richard Conrad. Hetty Hew. Nancy Havre . Bob Hinkle. Third Hou: Dorothy Cremrr, Marlette Manic, Alice Reese.SOPHOMORES Front How: Sandra Cranford. Kuth Mai , Eileen Steinberg. Dionne Babeck, Cathy Kammerrr. John Wilhelm. See-oral How: Pot Hodman, Bet»y Wri s Suzanne Fejun, Shirley Wolfe, Delore-VdaiiiB. Crorge Tollman. Third How: Charier Williamson, Kathleen Kondh-ko, (.'oimie Necf, Kiehard Johnson. Horry Nocc, Jr.. Jim Lut . Front How: Carol Crist. Carole Camp-hell, Linda I Miner. Patricia Orri». Charlr Cheek. Sue Tyson. Second How: Joanne Salim . Carole Shull), David llilln-il. Dolore Costlow, Crorite Gul-vm. Dean Bredlx-imer. Third How: Roil Friem-e. I’at Cumly. Sam K«on«. Nancy Znnnnik, Carolyn Kiti(t. Sharon Louck . Front How: Boh ."rownover, Larry Ebert, Jidin Morgan, Cheryl Fella, Gail Smith. Virginia Cf0 . Second How: Hay Rowe, Phil Ninth, Vicki Sladller. Homainc Hrinhold, Lynn Orth. Mary Klaue. Third How: Howard Street. Hill McLennan, Harold Stra»«mrr, Cory Paul. Everrti Hertxler. From How: Carolyn Gerber, Ann Fuler. Joyce C.im|diell, Marcia ILnninel. Second How: Pat»y Wood, Barbara Brack-hill. Ann lllig. Third How: Ed Chrekn. Hob Michael , Alan Fehr, 96SOPHOMORES Front How: Rosemary Thompson, Juno! Willingmyrc. Paula Hoggin . Sue My-or . Second Itow: I.oium- Hunger, Holm Hoigel. Georgia Mantel). Donna Brin-ton. Third How: Du way no Lit , Eric Sandbladc. John iWkoltuanri. Front Hon: Sonnec Sholtor. Amelia Taylor, Linda HcIvr-.|on. Second Row: Paul Kerper. Betsy Mon ell, Carol An nicnl. Carole Swanger. Third How: Ed Moore. Melvin Weil, David Sauder. Front How: Pat Rudy. Nancy Hostetler. Simau Shreincr. Second How: Jean En-glcbaeh, Doris Shade!. Myra Traub. Diane Gelbuch, Elaine Prosser. Third How: Steve Mandcs, Drnni McDonald, Philip Hcmlci. Front How: Barbara Saylor. Kac Welle . Nancy Ellen Stowe, Sandra Oxcnford. Second Row: Andrew Alilvm. Harold Rose. Mike W'incy. Steve Lloyd. Third Row: Joel Michael, Tom Valdivia, Rich ard Hough. 97SOPHOMORES Front How: Vicky Conklin, Sally Wo t-rnhurgcr, Jane Henry. Second How: Newton Kcr liner. Hazel Baltner, Pam H.mn.ili-. Third How: David Hunting-ton. W illiam Timm. IKmnld Wonnic, John Scott. Front Hon: Judy BoUswanger, Gail Gerhard, Ruth Ann Shirk. Su anne Bair. Second How: Annumae Rie er, I.ouisv Lehman, Ann Brinton, IVrr) Gentile. Third How: Barbara Gouker. Scott Trefny. Hank Schoncwolf, Bill Sanni. Front How: I'ri-cilia I-line. Barbara Hjinrne, June Blair. Second How: Elaine Thomu . Betty Kling. Barbara Blodgett. Lois Brammcr. Third How: Joe College, Norman Marlin«en, Duane Eastbum, Charles McNiehol. Front How: Nancy Kurtz. Patricia Shroff, Marilyn Selsor, Bethannc Grace. I.e Nora Wright. Second How: Ruth Keltic, Marcia Kinbach, Man I.OU Peek. Third How: Carl Troop, Sue Batchelor. Joan Cri»t.First Row: I.rel Lawton, Charles Am.in-»« . L'urnl Holst. Second Row: Nancy Kurtz, Pat Hummel, Donnn Schcctz. la- Nora Wright. Third Row: Marsha Kinbock, James Davidson, Mary l.ou Peck. First Row: Sue Deck, Dot Yunoviak. Pam Vun Knk. Second Row: March-Kenlcy. lk-i Ka«a. Third Row: Joyce Hull. Vernon I.udwig. Sue Dudley. Ann nu«hey. Andy Robison and Robbie Roll talk over another issue of Snapper. All are sophomores except Robbie. Old Main the hotne-away-from-home for I'reshman and Sophomore women.The adnser for I he class of 1967 are Mr. Rohm Km hart and . .. The claw officers .ire—Seated Front: Robert Hri-i rnun. treasurer Jack I’owell, resident. Seated Hack: Louise Zimmerman, secretary. Ronald I’orter. rice-president. , . , Miss Isabelle Huston Powell Leads Freshman ClassFRESHMEN From Row: Joseph Smicherko, Sherry Beih. Mary Kllen Hulx-r. Sharon Reinhart. Rimda How. Owen Lunde . Second Row: Harvey McCardcll, Joseph Hal-pin. Tom Jenkins, Hu»' Minulo. Bill W under. Jim Niiuinowicli. Third Row: Wilson Kulp. Brian Sherwood, Ron Bowie. Gary Campion, Brian Miller. Wayne Paul. From Row: Louise Zimmerman. Suzanne Swartley, Maria Tofcar. Joanne Kollcnbeiger, Kathy Costello, Mary Henkel. Second Rote: Marylee Macio-Irk. Ideu Fjrjndu. Ilona Drew . Lynn (ionroy, Dorothy Vcttel, Terry Herniix. Maureen Grant, Joy Groesehel. Third Row: James Noidennyer, l.arrv Rowe, M.mriee Davis, Mike Hemak. Ralph Davelcr, Joseph Gcnco. Bernard O'Hrrn. Glenn Henrieh . Dean Henrieh. Front Rote: Joyee Moran. Joan Walker, June Howell, Jeanne Meyer. W'.iuda Frank, (.'and Kirchner, Pat Hogarth, Second Ron: Yvonne Hartsoe, Janet Myers, Barbara Heuly, Hollis Huililn-n. Judi Grata. Jean Bouder, Ken MaoCord. Third Row: Barry Hoch, Charles Bone-zck. Phil Brown, Bob Knobler, Boh Gordon. Mark Ottingcr, Wuvne Rieder. Front Row: Linda Frey. Pliylli Ford-ney, Sally Kiseiiharl, Chrysoala Lyri -ti . Clturlyne Atty. Lois Breitigan. Set ond Row: Jim Jewell, Fred Mattocks Karen Cravenor, Ijurrtte Kintrr, Dennis Pierce. Keith Yoder. Third Row: Ih-rh Pflegor, Tom Sheridan, Bill Wood. Bill Kinsig. Rieliurd Geiter, Wayne Moore. 101Front Hole: Call Salim, Dalr MacCre - f. Sharon lti nnin»zor. Judy Mien. N.in oy Markle.y, Judy l.uiiden-la ;ei, I. i Shearer. Second How: Franco- Fi-cher, Joy. i D.-lloll, Jojiii Coinlori, A in n ml.i Siegrrit. l.ni Coudwin. Cathi Paul, lt.iil.aru lailioda. ThinI Row: J..lm Guil-foyle, Hurry Shafer, Hen Cooper, John Siilliviin. Kill Criffillm, Gury Fuliririu. Cary Conniil. From How: Virginia It. Pain Mark-liull, Terri Meredith, l.imln Nri on. Carol Power . Molly l.ii.lwig. Second How: Dave (arw, Naur) Kapp. Mary-Ann Shower -. Pal Peiller, Carolyn I i-fiprunK, Pay Alvarez. Third How: Kill Howell, Dali: K.-ndin, Kill Tout , Julm Hie-eeket, Ron lardy. Sydney Slienk. Front How K.illiy Given, Kniliy Power . Joanne Molloy, Karon Stiugur . I.ln-■la lairlimaii, Charlotte dutu«. Second Hon Connie McKinney, llillio Miller. Karen Writ, Mil i Nixon. Joanne F.ok. Ellon Saullrr. Third How: Joe J.-ekel, Iim M.nl.ir.i. Roherl Moran, Fran Slad-icika, Carl Meckley. Harry MoElwain, Michael IJivavnky. FRESH MKN From Hon Sii-annc Stuckey, Kuril Wanner, C.iil Smith, Judy • anlumone, Sin- lliiiley. Second How: Hurhar.i Slillner, Sue I aviu, Paillelle lii wltiillm, Kelly Mor.-loek, I ir lloi.lh, Judy John-non.FRESHMEN Front How: Lynn Harvey, Barbara Dul lock. Ktuiemnry I i -«ii»n«T, Kail It Km ter. Nanny Bachman, Slwrrie Frey. Second How: John Wiker, Joe Dnlla . Carroll Shearer. (. •«.r«e Van NieiJa, Jackie C1.1t .. M.11 nie Kline. I.iiiihi Wert Third How: Robert Hei'crntari, Kil Abendwhoen, Kenneth Fry, Robert Shea tier, Dirk O'Donovan, Jack Evan . Dave Kueli. Front How: Terry Bryan, Patricia lirnl, Nancy Kreidler, Connie Striekler. Vie loriu Yutenehak. Second How: Dianne I'aylor. Maryann Kit n, Mary Jane landt. Dorothy lammdrr, Carol Beach-er. Third How: Tamara Shorb, Linda llotltn.in, Site Brant, Clirin Dryluk. Mary Jo K»tr-rline. Front Hou: Judy Grim, Boltbi Simon. Jeanne Vnl|». lamia Heller, l.tnda Delon«. Maiyarile Baxter, F.li abeth nc-kaUmD. Second l(ow: Je»»ir l.rc Paul. Barbara Ijcwis, Jaeki l-ny. musing, Donna Curry. Jane Junur, Pum llrnli. Third How: Barry Su-—mnnn, David Moure. Ed Straver, I «•» Winner, Stan Ti-iniiiiit. Ken Walkin'. Front Hou Janet Richard, Sandro Boone. (:hailotto Fret . Kathy Corbett. Bobbie Hauer. Second How: Marilyn Shertwr, Jane Sheet , Donna Poorinun. Margie Spencer, Martha Fanialrtte Third How: Marian Frick, Dianna Mill len, Judy Simmon , Pat Gilbert.FRESHMEN front How: Judy Norris Anno Sunday, Jinl Brown, Carole lloohcn. Second Row: Marilyn Ma sey, Judy Allirk. Ann Mignnni, C.loria Fisher. Third Row: Barbara -Shirk, Su Farr, Ellen Beaver, Kir-tiu MiehaeU, ChriMim-Bortner. Front Row: Meredith B.iughuii. Dottle Kern. Margie Good, Lora Ler Foley, Lauretta Wulborn, Eilrrn Long. Sue Woody. Second Row: Candy Warner. Sue Anders, Lonnu Bacon. Jean Landis. Kle.innr Seitz. Susan Fi»her, I-«»i» Doyle. Third Row: Leland McAllister. Jim Henry. Dale Bagiev, John Tompkins Steve Mrdvo, Ku»»ell llixon. Front Row: Sue Linton, Barbara W'ar-ner. Sandra Mackcnson, Jean Woodlrn. Joanne Stroll, Nancy Hi-millor. Second Row: Judy liousrnick. Joyce llollman, Carol Marshall, Joanne Wargo, Charlotte Maus Joyce McFarland. Marty Starr. Third Ron: Kohert Sclij| | ell. Hicliard Frye II. Frank Seachrivt. John Hon-. Burry Ballets Martha Bale . Front Ron: Sharon Briggs Man Jane IIimhI. I.ani Shull. Diane Selwiler, Mar -ha OstrolT. Mary Sprout. Second Ron Claire Modesto, Kathy Davis Martha Clepjier, Gwendolyn Halwcker. Linda Miller. Kathy HoUington. Third Row Marty McCeheari. Ken Sudall, Jan Hull, Tom Butler, M Doits l-mv I). B.tibt . Warren Boyles. 1(M Front Mote: Jean Hohen»hilt, Sharon S .ibo, Carol Kniper. Joanne moro‘ , l.ori Ko-on, Diane Trimmer. Second How: Ginn? Wood, .Nanc Craig, Doris crn. Money Cowl, Sharon Sheared, Carol Davis Carl Schafer. Third How: (Calvin Schneider, Jim niacin . Roy Suicr. John Mummrrt, Charles Yam-'hak. Bob Tule, Bob Fortini. Front How: Marianne Swart ., Lee, Barbara Davie; , Barbara Swart , Delon- Houseal, Mary Ella .wrier. Second How: Donald Siegri»l, Dorothy Crmmrl, Su an Kolb. Barbara Wal . Karen Clark, Martha Lamborn. Ralph l wi . Third How: Jim Warner, Bob Heap, Janie Spang, Tom White, Steve Lindenberg, John R. Scachrist. Front How: Candace Niiruuer. Carol Kodda, Man nne Fuhrman, Judy Ricker, Barbara l.eiby, Linda Gring. Second How: Sharon Pirk, Sandy Kop-penhaver, Madelvnn Allwcin. Virginia Kudixill. Cathie Hill, Linda Ventre-ca. Third How: Brooke Miller, Ron Roger , Dick Miller. Ed Meinder. Roltcrl Longer, Larry LeBlanc, Dan Mitchell. Front How: Joseph Doxkocil, Dixie Bair, Diane Spangler. Elizabeth Witt, Georgette Soltis, Bill Roller. Second How: John Kamiil , Jack Kutchi. Frank Krantz, Glenn Humbert, Ronald Foderano. Jack Hines, Kenny Klunk. Third How: Jim Hill, Paul Hadticld, I'hoiiij June . John ckler, Bernard Cavula, Donald CoIoiiiIki, C.lenn Heinrichs. 105T FRESH ME IN Front How: Jim Fay, Ronald Porter, Brian Mtilhern, Mike Bemo ky, Hick Critchfiold, Carmen E p»»ito, Frank 0»-lislo, Ijirry Seibert. Second How: Ken Simpson. Walt Breita, Roger Rasprn, Tc«l Fitzgerald. Robert Dover . Nick Corbo, Jim Wolford, Heim Rudd. Third How: Joe Hartley, Richard Ambro iim, I-onnie Wilder, Jay Chides Ronald De-Long, Marlin Groff. Front How: Frank Bor.M. Jackie Logur, Sally I'lrich. Syd Shenk. Jill Wiinrer. Dixie Parker. Dab WunMthe. Second How: Mary inidon. Jack Schriver, Norman Jackson, Robert Heigh, Jack Powell, Gwenn Fraley. Third How: Dick Blouse, Dave Sniyrl, Frank Pennington. Dan Garrett, Dave K »ig, Charles Suavely, Norman Bell. Front How: Betty Ann Capriotti. Carla Cotter, Barlrara ('.la , Diana Dencn-berg. Carolyn Romano, Susan Leinbach. Second How: Richard Myers, Jere Murphy, l.ynn Lyter, Beverly Ogden, Pat Smith. Jack Siplak, Jim llarne. Third How: Jay Harsh, Ron Ocli . Gene Johnson, Bob Wiker, Bill Knowles, Vladimir Ylasscnko. Daniel Noll, Nick Foery. Front How: I .inda Gut dull, Carmelit.i De Gregorio, Karen Forwood, Bonnie I’ickel, JoKllen Grave . Brenda Kopp. Second How: Jack Schneider, Cliarle Gate , Marion Mowrer, Dorothiann Butcher, Elaine Fordney, Jean Winner, Robert Christopher. Third How: Eric Garrett, Ron Bevilac |ua, Larry Mar-shall, Bob Readnuck. Grant Kemmerer, Jack Kliku , Robert Jo»ten«ki.FRESHMEN Front How: Bolt Nolen ini'. Jennifer Barlow. Janice Keiley. Julie Frey, Diane Kitnmerer, Roy Duke. Stco'ntl Row: Jim Laurence. Denny Fisher. Eric Smith. Ken Swearingen. Jack Frey. Tony Manila, Walt Robinson. Third How: Francis Ritchey, Mike Grove . Robert Klugli. Chuck McLaughlin. Dick Peters. Tom Mrllinger. Ned Sterling Front How: Jim Kurt . Charles Ryan. Larry Steven . Larry Van Brook haven. Jack Kramer. Don Kraybili Second How: Jucrgcn Buettner, Steve Drager, Ralph Deckard. Joe llolrbauer, Jamie Hirschbcrger, Z.irl Millltouse. Third How: Jerry Sterner. John Erb, Janie Gollut . Frank Geist. Robert Finchain. Flam l.aritz. Front How: Samuel Esh. Robert Houck. Paul Donccker, Glenn Witmer. Second How: Richard Zacpfel. Mike Krii hin-ski, Nob Nonestecl, Caleb Weaver. Front How: Katbv Martin. Murtv Non-neinacher, Jean Caulwell, Sally Myers. Zelda Slrolunan, Sue Winner. Second How: Judy DeNoli, Georgia Forrest, Susan Pret man, Doris Herr, Susan Bradley, Pat Rice. Third How: James Morrison. Richard Lewis. Dave Bogart, James Irvin. Pat Rochm. Melody Purdy.First Ho m. Ronnie Sinythr, Lynne Smith, Jolrne Hendrix, I.indu Stone. Donna ••II, Knlli Miller. Second How: Mike Mile. Richard Kelir, IJoyd Maurer. Harry (Iodine. Ronald 1 lain. Gary Gerber. Kenneth Aunkvt. Third How: Richard Ayer. l-cslie Runkle. David Ihinnoii. Craig Williamson, Gerald Marlin. Robert Haas, CerVase Schmitt. First Hon : Susan Young. I’am Green, Mary Tree , Mary Carol Shield . Donna Pollock, Jeanne Delimiter, William Mahoney. Secant! How: Joe Cohmeii. Mr . Joanna Ixiwry, l.inda Ktnnn, Mig Mullein, Josephine Kramer, Harold Ed-gar. Third How: Paul Hoffmj‘tcr. Tom Leibenspergcr, James Ammon, Steve Goxora, Jim Water . Ron Girthutn. First How: Sue Calhoun, Joan Ration. Mary-Kilim Hauer, Sylvia Korprr, I-oi-llut'luier, Sharon Wallace. Second How: Paul Griffith, 11 Caballero, Paula For-'-miark, Oinnie Hrewbaker, Marguerite Herr, Kagnhild Auslad, George Virrhick. Third Hon : Chri Wawer. Jim Arnold, Jim Reiter. Jor Purdin, Dav.- L-iughery, Jerry Mower, John H. Grab. I a I i . Him.Ih. Jean 11 tin-ii «l 1111. Kathy Hoi ington, Diana Dcnenherg make the former business office their home. w to eatnpu lift- ate Cliurinttr Mail-. Wall Robinvm. Ik (iaiiga Ikikidiinamurti, anil (Iwi'ii llubocker. Studying Marts. immediately and a ijuii-ler place than many i in a car an evidenced by Junto Spang. A familiar scene that greet newly arrived students.Fir.it How: Barium SimjiMin. Suzanne Kauffman. Barbara Shrrinor. Dorothy Erick«on. Margaret Braucr. Becky Sliilrr. Sue lbertw n. Second How: Irene Gi in ki. U«S Derr. Neal. Sue Bair, John Main, Gail Gerhard. Ken Hussar, l.inda Brown. John Whitton. English ( lull This club, which is an affiliate group of tin; Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of English, is composed of those majors and minors in English who wish to develop greater knowledge in the field. English. Espanol, Francais, Deutsch To meet the needs and interests of language majors and minors, Xcnophile i' divided into three language groups. each of which produces skits, plavs, and dialogues in its v t ■! C • language. ACIlOpIllle OOCiety First How: Mrs. Raymond Kuhl. adviser; Dot lie Hasalcr. treasurer. Joan Cocco, president; lla Bowers, secretary; Barbara Brackbiil. ricepresi-dent: Mrs. Beatrice KlUough, adviser. Second How Cttrol Collins, Fricdlinde Krai . Carole Canty. Puula Huggins Sandy Richard. Ellen Noonan, Carul Kcrshner. Mary Kiddiough, Katiierine J»d..n. Carole Freed, l.inda Pellegrino. Third How: C. Richard Beam, adviser; It.. , Lrrdieri, Anna M«c Diminlich. Cheryl Levin, Donna Walmcr, Pat Hummel, Betsy Fnga. Barbara Conrad. Nancy Fall ringer. Dot tic Manger, Sharon Loucks 112First How Marty Heaver, K.itliy Dickey, ....... Suytlam, Judy Brenitcuuii. Sccontl How: Dr Virginia Beck, wittier; France Bailry, Carol Geary, Joyce Gipe, l.nui.i Ximliki, Carol Andcfuon. Delta Phi E Membership in Delia I’hi Kla is extended to those women who exhibit qualities of leadership, service, and character and who achieve a scholastic average of 3.0. Scholarship, Leadership. Achievement Phi Simula Phi. the national professional fraternity, stresses superior scholarship and fraternal fellowship: membership is by invitation only. Phi Sigma Phi .................... ""T, ■£Dr- Abram Ko„cr. ad,tier. Stanley Miller, SnU,h Jphn J- V- f-ooae, Mr. Jo„ph Torchi . aAli%rf_ 113First Row: B.nbai.i Strhinan. Cathy Kunnnwer, Mar) Kuhn . Jane L.mipjiter. Becky Slider. I»ui c K y«r. Second Row: Marilyn Shinier, Bonita Vylr«, Sue Seilried, lx.rraine Gilbert. Carol Gurlin, Juliet Viikruin. Mi« Coral Nielson, ait riser; June Blair, France Bailey, Barbara Saylor. I'al Norman, Pauline Wyehe. Third Row: Judy Knott. Jeannette Apploy, Mary Ann Simmons Elizabeth Monsell, Sue Derr. Linda Llewellyn. Sue Bair, Carol Ely. Jill Himmrn, Nam % ........... rill. Marlene Nicmond. Alpha Beta Alpha Library Kdu at ion student! gain greater interest ami ex|H rirnce through membership in ABA. Dot Heat ion to . . . The Council for Exceptional Children sponsors various (]K(! films, guest speakers and field trips which promote an interest in Special Education. hrst Row: Dixie Bair. Karen Shugars. Carolyn I i.prung. Bonita Barb. Diane Spangler. Hannah Grundy. Donna Bril . Second Row: Sylvia Ward. Betty Augustine. Kay Diwinger, Carolyn Clay. Betty Burl. It. Irene Wallace, Joyce W iley. Third Row: Donna Kilhefnrr. Winifred Jones Wilma Blaek, Janet Conway. Joanne Molloy. Ellen Sautter. Virginia Wood, Kathleen CaMrlli. Fourth Afoie: Carol McKinney. Pat Roehin. Betty Dingo . Christine Bortner. Barbara llaniine, Donna Williams Mary Jane Hood, Put W ardlow. h th Row: L.| Lpplry, (asper Baumhach, Edward ScbnenUrgrr, Ken Hartman, Jay Conrad. Donald Becker. 114 Pint Row Joan Gib on, Freda K liner. Bar bur a Baileti. Jcjii Tarantino. Irene Wallace, Sandra Straabaugh, Julie How, Man I me . Vine) Ki-eher. Paulella Ifelfrich. Judy Brunt. Judy Kingkiner. Second Row: Stella Wojton. Diane Pottciprr, Hazel Rainier. Ro-Iwrt.i Lent , Joan Thu—, Joan Gk-co. Joyce Becker, Louhc Dierwecliter, Ginger Cull, Linda Kriek. Third Row: Barbara Fi»her, Geraldine Henley, I’ltyllU Lewi. , Barbara liar . Nancy Fahringcr, Carol Kieliline. Debbie Mieklcy, June W hitney, Barbara Winterer, Katli) Jodon. Fourth Row: Nancy Brubaker, Beverly Bailey, Barbara Kighlmire, Helen lleuer, Linda Karbari. Pat Coulter, E vonne Page, Sara Steiner. June Blair. Fifth Rou : l.onna Gosherl, Matty Gundrum, Sharon Brandt, Nancy Beil, Barbara Fi»her. Donna Kelt . Kathleen Catfelli, Judy Kurd, Dorothy Fabry, Faith Ann Snyder, Vicki Cockiin, Ruth Klincdin-t, Janette Thru I. Barbara Malkel, Kli abrlh Turklieiiner, Barbara Seller . Kathy Libric . Butll Reitz. Association for (II1 il iIioo I Education Valuable teaching experience through worthwhile program- is one f the chief uim- of CE. Our Profession Student I’SKA is ail organization which inform- pro pe -live teacher.- about profes-donnl aclivitie- ami arou-c- cn-llm-ia-m through it- program . Student PSE ; Firu Row: Dr. Bur. Dunmire. Mr . Edith Booher. adtiser: Nancy Fnhringer. Mary Ann Knoepflr. Carol Del,,. J.,.„, Suvdam. Betty Turklieiiner, ndrca IJ-.bi-on. Harry 15....-, Second Row Bonita Wylr-. Joann, ka,.,.. Barbara Seller . beryl Ley,,,. Lind.. Krick. Roberta G-nt . USFirst How: Glenn Weinrtl, Harry Kolhwcll, Nellie Cohen. John Main. Dorothy Madonna, Lee Neal. Second Hvu : Mr. John Roth, Joan Anu'tadl, Richard Weaver. John Clemen'. Ka .ir Lehman. Gerald Fully. Third How: Stanley Miller, Murlette Manic, Ron Kliuikow«ki. Ila Rowers. Evan Douple. Roddv Sciriltilir SocirtY Named for Dr. H. J. Roddy, this club is composed of J ‘ student who wish to deepen their interests in the field of science. Calculation or Abstraction Mu Ruppu Mu. which is composed of students whose interests lie in the field of Mathematics, lots the following membership: Mu Kappa Mu First How Carol ndcrmn. Ka ie Lehman, Gerald Swo|ie. Davi.l Miller. Dorna Wildwin. Shirley Wolf. Claudia Burhlrr. Second How: Sheryl Curran. Amy Taylor. Nancy Haw.,, larrry Ebert. Kenneth Shearer. Carol Wnl. Nancy Zen,ami. Janet Paler. Nancy Ifet |«i« Woodward. Third How: Ed Carr. Claude Ahlu.n. Ik n Kincer. Thoms Naylor. Ev Herulrr. Lee Neal. Joe Tyson. Io.n (.arrett. Joanne Wrnil.ng, Sandra l-ejder. Carol Swanger, Mr. Robert Kutbart. 116First How: Bonnie Dicchert. Barium Nc ». Frederick Pryor. Ganga Dakshinaniurti, Ron Hallman, president. Second How: Carl Kreider. Carol Itodda. Quineilu Reidcr, Joanne Erk, Becky Spargo. Mr. Joseph Class, adviser. Third How: Carol Sclirifelc, (Parole Ceary. Judy (Zampbcll. George Zook. Harold Wolf. liasslw Geographic Society The Bassler Geographic Society is composed of students who wish to supplement their knowledge and develop an appreciation of geography and earth science. ideographical or Historical In order to promote a wider interest in the field of social studies, this club presents valuable programs for its mem- bers. Social Studies Club Hr. t How: IMi-Pherwin. J.mir Dilicrt. Donald Eckert, Dave lliimina. John Wilhelm. John Hartman. Ronald U yle. Second How: Mary law l.ydon, S.mdra Muyd, (..irolr Help. Beatrice Karlin, Geraldine lleiily. Betty Maurer, Sandra Sir.idiaugh. Pliylli Hilton. George Zook. Hr. George poling. tduser. Third Hou Al Liskowski. Jane Whitney, Deldiie Mickle), Virginia llaitield. Linda Sponsrller. Carol Ynundl, (Zarol llolTuian, Dorna Wildasin, lijrh.ir.i Nr-, Terry McDonald, Mil li.n-l Winey. Fourth Hon Donald Hinkle, Douglas Krimmcl, John Ho»tetter. William Grant, Wall Engle. Robert Walker. William Dingo, Tlmma- Naylor, lamnie Weaver. Fifth How: Kenneth W all , John Huin. Frank Ki y.uto, Bronlo Inv, Harold Wolf. 117First Row: David Tschopp, Charles A manic. John Gerber. Hutton Rei'vo. Second Row: Dennis Wade. Ed ('.err, Gary Day. Ko l ami Ollll For those student interested in such outdoor sports as hunting. fishing and hiking. this dub offers a pleasant outlet. Outdoors or Indoors Through this eluh, industrial arts majors acquire additional information and experience regarding the various aspeels of I A. Industrial Arts Soriety First Row: John Vnlgelsanji. Harry Sleep. H011.1M Suavely, Mjnoali Kdgengrre, Tom Dugtui, Erie Sjmlhladr Second Row: H- tn.itd Garuli, William Mahoney, ISrnoke Miller, Hoy Sutrr, (.rani Kem merer, Haul lladliehl. Third Row: Daniel Milehell, Donald Colomlio, Koherl Chri»lophcr, David Miller. Fourth Row: Thomas Jones, lari Schafer, Donald Owilcy. Dave Hilbert, Harry McNcw, Harry Jost, Charles Cheek. Eric Miller, John Williams Koherl Grim, Harold Royer. 118On Stage and Behind the Scenes First Row: K.illi) Ferrer, Simon Pirk, Judy l)avi-. Joan Stroll, Susan Linton. Ser-ontl Row: Mar»ha 0 troll. Mary Jane Hood. Dorothy Cromer, Andrea Robison. Sue Barnett, Joyce Platterxpiel. Third Row: Mary lam Maciolek, Carol Gilbert. Linda Hoffman. Put King. Sue KudUill. John Bockd mann, Myra Tr.mb, Sherry Riw, Dave Hohrmdiilt. Boh Scatelurd, Fran Hupp, Dale Cood. ( j laniard With a membership of students inter ested in dramatics, Citamard strives to further interest in good drama through the production of plays on campus. Cilattiard player take j bow alter j successful campus production. Technical Arts The ambitious young men of the Technical Arts Club gain practical experience by providing displays and technical assistance for college dances and programs. First Row: Robert Gillilund. John Hurt man. Second Row: , | Strsusncr, Earle Shaw. John Bratton, John Hitt . Humid Strainer, K- n Thomas. 119Firti Row: Barry Mr.Nrw, Ken Aunk»l, Krn Peek, Haro JnM. Larry Mar. hall. Second Now: Frank Pennington. Dan Noll, J«—« |»h Purdin. William Kin-ig. John .lnii -n . Cary Howe. Richard Frye. Third Now: Mike la-no, Ronald Vrnold. David Hilbert, Robert king. t.lurlr. Arnanle, Harry Rom?, John Whil-Ion. Fourth Nou: Mitcbcll Brown. Scot I Trefny. Art Hedge. Bruce Hoy. Fifth Now: Darryl Siricklrr. Robert Michael , Barry la ring. KoIh m Diehl. Wilton Crah. Alpha Phi Omega Composed of former Hoy Scouts, the Millersvillc branch of Alpha l hi Omega serves the campus and community with many worthwhile projects. Service to the Campus ami Community Composed of interested students, this club serves the student body by setting up intramural sports open to all students. Intramural Cltih First Now: Mary Uo Peek. Joe Genco. Sue Seifried. Nancy Fahringrr. Pat Rulu. Joan Thu . Second Now. Jean Reber. David Moore. Brooke Miller. Torn lin r. Don H-m . I.inda llelvcton. Third Note: William Chronialer. Rolirrt Smiles. Dotlie Manger. Cillli) Whit tel; Frank Bydlon. I.atrv hbert. 120First Row: Lynn Kirk. Dori»Sha-dr I. Jeanette Harkin . Second Row: W ilma Black. Marly Cun-drum. Erla Si.uilTcr. Marly Bra-vrr. Nan Fellrnhaum. ThinI Row: Jane Knilcy. Claire Ante . liar-rici Hawthorne, Sandy Grader, Janet Pater, IVgry Eaglenm. Judy Ehemann. Lynn Orth, Jean Wiedininyrr, Mr . Kathryn Hill, adviser. Oinrn's cITsitV ( illll) Uiese Millcrsville coeds. who have received varsity I'1- J ters for hockey, tennis anti basketball, sponsor an annual Iwirp dance and sell mums for Parents Day. Sportsmindedness on Campus Through membership in the Varsity Club, athletes serve the campus by operating refreshment stands at games, ushering at basketball games, anti sponsoring the annual Homecoming Dance, the Varsity Drag. Men's Varsit Club First Row: Cary Bowman, I.Inin LiveMierger. ( I in Drencher. Wayne S|«.n--lh-r, Vrl Dn-wlnr. W illiam l.auri . Charlc- W agner, Gerry Crhnign. Gary Smith. Second Row. Have Schrrfllcr, Howard Sin-dl, Phil Muth. Ini Kotrrwas. Jim Phillips, Wilbur Rhodes, W illi.mi Clironi-iiT, Barry lairing. Third Row: Barry Stoll, Rick W'eitlncr, Join Reese, Richard Kinard. John Sink, John Swanson, Tom Dngha, Bony IVurce, Feliv Raitudi. Fourth Ron Joe Will. Cotrv Hauling. Howie l-viwk. loin Haiti, Charles Lrddy. Richard Walter , Bay Crilchfidd, l la-kowski. Dale McPherson. Fifth Row: Gorrv Quinn, Jerr Kenderdinr. Boh Moaros, Ben Marlin. Dr. Raymond Bunkle. adviser. 121Tint Row |u A nn (IiiiiiiIiIi'), Miiimiiik ll| ini|iil l, line I li 111 • i - imlllli Knott, Sio in Furr, (oiihci K ll Snonil How liuly Knni. Ini- W.ijtnri, • iml IIimM.i, liinnnlyn I,.icy. Sully Hii ■. JuyiMclurlunil, lniy June llnrid, ( -iiln rirn Paul. Third Row v Slntler, Dnvlil I iii ln iy, ICric (•iirrcll, Wall Knicle. Nick Kmry, lliili l.i.m, Vimim.i Wood, Sluuon I’nk, llailnu.i Cla««, I................................................. Ilolii'itnliili. (lanlrrhun I'luotiydi tin (milerlniry (Huh, Minlmt- of I hr Kpin o-| alinn fnilli rwivo reli ioua jpiiilnticr, Individual Spiritual Nerds . . . Till i lull, rniii| o r | of .Imlnil- wlio nn iiiteir«lril in tin1 Mrlliodi ! CIiiiii'Ii mid it Ipnrliiny;-. uiiii to furlhiM lifUin inyi mill il| |iirriiili(iii foi (In Mrlliodi"! iclif ion. VISM Tint How: Mary Joyce Kilim . I’nt llollInK'T, Jnnn (iilwon, I'reil.i Kliner, Itnrlinru Walr. Nancy ( 11111 Hccoiul How: Nanny llnwe«, Su«.m l, i«liri, Nancy Siumiiiilll, nnrlin IHinnillcli. Dmol (. i|||n , Jnyvi lleeki'r. Third How: Alim llcmr, Slinrnn 1CI’nin Klim , Junir Mnni»on, lluriy Itnlliui'll, I’liylli». Hilton, Dull Vun» 'ln . fourth Row: Nmirv IK 1, l.ol» Doyle, Mniy Ann SIh v» 1 •, Mmilm ('.lc|i|irr, Kv.i 11 Drni|ilr, II.1 Koivri , Di. Di-oiuc Oil low tdrt rr, Dick I III 111 « . Di'iini- ( orlinin. 122Tin IVCF Aim How: Mnritnret (Inuld, Jun -Wllitr, ll.niirl Mlt.lnll, M i r li a • I Wlney, Donald llinklr. Tarry llnl- I. iml Second Row: Sur Srifrird, I’aill Kin . Ili-dlrii-r Kudin. John II. mi. Ilinr Mnnuluin. Davit! Dim l •iorll. Kritli Yoder Third Row: 11.. niln l’»(l, I ml v lit mil, I’.ml Kit’ll, Dave Mlllrr. I.rr Nr.ll, Itillll Hn‘ Iriirt. limn VuicalMtlt. Ktillt Klim tlinal. I ifilyn i In. l ily Davi- Inler-Varsily (ihristian 9 Fellowship The IV( I’, n iKiii'tlrnuiniiiittiuiiitl organ! .u- lion, iilt iii| ln In develop nil n snirnro of n peinoinil iiinl pimtirnl ( '.In i-tinn fail li. Flrtf R»n nn (.ina , Jiuni l.rn’ro, l.iit y I iiI.mwi. • ki, Jitninir 0»w.iltl, lloliliir Arlninr, llmlmr.i llft.nka Second Row: VI k.xlii, Dorothy lloiialiikn, Mary I ni«r -iiiini». David Marlin. I.imlil I’elli'Krinn, Viritiriia Cull, Small lliirlry, Sn-ll.i Vojlmi. i'iiul Kx nvssion Newman (Huh (lotnpOiM'il of tin- Roman (iatliolie Mudenta on t ampin , Newman Clul) enable! the MndentH I o iiiniiilnin t'liiM' foiiUnl willi I In elinieli. t.SA i (i college organization wltieh roojmrnlr.. willi tin l.iillinnin (lliurtrli In promote rcligionn M'rvieca ami aclivitiea. Lutheran Siml« nI ssoeiation Fir.it Ron I .1 ro I y n Ali.ili. Itnlli Kelt ; Wanda Show r». Iloltii.t llrnrr. I,mli Snyilrr, Dolly l-'abry. Second Ron l.ri.iM Swn|ir, ll.irlmi.i KMmr, K a i li y I • Inman Virginiii llcrv, Inilli kr.it.-r, Joann.' Myrn, Sluiron Hi..mil. Harry I l.rvln, Jnrn'1 llr.orrMin, Kliiinr P|.. er, Ann Killer, Dana Van limn, llurhain ll«»i imll. J.'Iiii r«iiii|ikin«Government of the Students . . . Student Council Student Council member!- strive to promote better student government on the Millersville campus. Seated: Paid Kirin, John Fisk. Joanne Arcangelo. Diile Denlinger. Standing; Hannah Grundy. Sue Barnett, Boh Siaullor, I nula Young, Steve Scholl, Joan Cocco, Tom KI© », Peggy Ehy, Mr. Kent, whiter. Stated: 'resident John Fi»k ami recording secretary Joanne Arcangelo. Standing: Cor es wading secretary P.iiti King. rcprestntalivfatdargc Boh StaiiUer and treasurer Dale Den-lingcr. S I u 1 e n t Council officers arc elected riming !)eeeml cr to direct the affairs of student government. Social Committee m e m hers Nancy Fisher, Paulettu Helfrich and Ouwayne Lit discuss plans for an upcoming weekend with chairman Joan Cocco. 124 First How: Judy Allen. Mary Ellen Bauer. Lynn Orili. Janie- Lenox, Janie- Dibert. Second Hou: Sue Sdfrird. Wilmet Boyd. Stanley Miller. N.intun IVngolly, Robert Marni h. Third How; Mr, Cltarle- Lord, udiurr: Harold Row. Gerald Collins Wjlt Engle, Rodney (Joon, Donald Colombo, Leo Shelley. John Clemen . Riehard Kiiimbine. Young Republican Club Representing the Grand Old Party on the Millersville campus are these memliers of the Young Republican Club. By the Students, for the Students ICC Members of ICC have increased the political interest on campus l acquainting the students with parliamentary procedure and government activities. First How: Dave iluiuina, William Chroni'ter. George Mantell, Helen Heigel. Margaret Dreseher. Second Hon ndrew Sdari, Dougla Krinutirl, Jame- Mctinrmiek. To gain knowledge and understanding of the activities of the Democratic Party is the aim of tin- Young Democratic (]|uh members. oiing Democratic (Hub First Hon- Jim F.rnnt, John Sink. Anthony Farolc, Junie- Ddiert. Second How: Mary Ella Zweier, Rarlura New, Carol i-niew-ki, Third How: J dm Ki--. Michael DeFilippo, Darryl Strickler. Doug Kritnmel. Denni Rhen. William Kahley. Norman Knuuh. 125Seateil: J".«n ('lark. Dean IMw Conway. Standinp: Carol Scbrilolc, Judy Cuniplwll, Sue llaimil. Valeric Viuln-w. Palli Kin , Il.muali Crumly, Kathy llr -«kn. Pal Worn). Howl Orr. Dana Van llurn, WCA Ihr officer of WCA join to establish dormitory regulations and help provide necessary dormitory equipment. Democracy for all . . . Hie officer of the Men'-. Community Association are eleeted from Noddy Midi. Hard Mali and the olT-campii house to aid in formulating rules for the male resident students ol Milleisville. MCA 126 Si’oicd: Willmr Kliodf». Sloe Scholl, John Sink. William l .nni . Standing: Dale McPherson. Fred Feint cmiac her, James Slouch.Pim How Calhy U'dld, Rulli Slumpf, I’eggy Foote, Itobbi Marshall. Sally Winter. Pal Sullivan, Judy llrcnnriuan. Second How: Lynn TtaiiHir, ll il Dingr». Itnnnie Smylhc, Sue Stephen , Lynn Kill, $u«an Kr.ill Third How; li«« li«. .inner, Mr . Lillian Itnxnnr. Women’s I)a Student Assin-ialioil The officers of the Women Day Student Association ’ meet to promote the interests of the female commuting stu- dents on the Millemille campus. Day Students and Resident Students Alike The ofliceis of ihe Metis Day Student Association arc elected lo represent the male commuting students. This asao eintion, along with the Women's l)a Sludcnt ss« ciation, sponsors two all-campus dances. McnV Da Student Association Tint How; Mr. Ih iny Burlier, Ted I’luMioo, Chailr I.eddy. Srcond H«ic: Frank Gciucr, Gerry t.luinn. Dob l.andi . 127Front Row: SjI1 Winter. Sandy Grueter, Bobbi Murdmll, Sue Ann Mellinger, I’cggv Foote. Second Row: Joyce If.ill, Nancy Zeimuiik, Judy Iticbard, P.it Hummel. Mary Joyce Kuhn . Joyce Pecker. Third Rou Donna Schrct , Penny iiarliauidi, M.irtlu Si.ht, Gwen ll.ihecker. (Jail Smith. Linda CJrnyle. Joan Suyduiu. Fourth Row: Barbara Wiierceh, Kmmiync Keinltold. Jennifer Barlow. Jmin Taylor, P.it Smith. Suuntiii Benton, Ginger Kelly. Fifth Ron Joanne Salim . Sin- Young, Mary Pidtliough. Julie Decker, Betsy Shawl. Diane Kuhnr, Sally Myer . These talented cowls, combine skill, rhythm, grace, and enthusiasm to produce an annual aquatic show anticipated In all Millersville si udents. Dolphin Club Agile, Athletic Lacrosse Club With varsity status as an aim. this newly formed club practices diligently and plays in informal contests with nearby schools. First Row: Mary J Esteiline. PIkmIj Detwilcr. Cainre Freeman. Lynn Kirk, Sharon Branuing. Kobertj Arbour. Second Rou: Judy Simmon . Judy Strange. Sue Karr, Linda Hoffman. Judy (.rat . 128■'.I (iherrleaders Adding xcsl to tin sports scone, tin peppy Millersvillc cheerleaders .ire a I a y s eager to initiate school spir- it. l.r t in Might: Harriet Hawthorne. I’cggy Foote, Pri Laing, Put Ki.immer, Sally Ringlahen, Sandy Grader, Janet Capriotti, Lynn Kirk, Carol Hol»t, Sally Winter. Vivid and Vivacious l.i'lt 1“ Might: Hunky Maxtor. J.mieo PuUgrove. Joanne Prioter, Peggy Khy. Penny Harliaugl), l.oi« Bramntcr, Jane Sheet . Joan Crist. Diane JokovlC, Janet Finley, Ann Mctxgcr. Majorelles These coeds not only inarch with the hand, l ul also entertain t It e spectators at f o o t h a 11 games with their ha-ton twirling. dolor Guard l tiller the leadership of Joyce Envin these seven coeds display the Hags and present precision drills with the hand. I.clt to Might; Marilyn Sclior, Ouin.-IU Keider. Joyce Krwin, Lynn Orth. Diane Van I lorn. Pat WVmmI. Sin Deck.Hie concert band, under the direction of Mr. James E. Ztvally, performs at various concerts on campus. Composed of all qualified instrumentalists, the hand presents an annual spring concert and the pops concert. Broadway or Bach . . . Unfit of Center (Left to Right). First Row: Linda Slone, Paula Far — mark. Linda Wert . Carol Iteachrr, Doris Herr. Louise Hunger. Second Rote: Sue Brrneisrn. Linda Young. Sieve l.indenberg, Sam Koon«. Joanne Kellenliergrr. F.llen Beaver. Third Row: Francis Fapp, Sliirley Wolf. Fourth Row: Kmiald Shertzrr, Dale Good, James Farsler, Jean Landis, Paul Peters. Boh Grim. Left of ( enter (Left to Right). First Row: Linda Walliek. Nancy Hosteller. Pam Kline, Barry McNew. Second Row: Sue Pretunan, Gail Salim, Candy N’ilrauer, .Ann Rehmey-er. Carol Svtanger. Belly Kling. Nancy Sehaak. Judy Johnson. Third Row: George Zook. Sue Kudi-ill. France Cunningham, Norma Beni ., W anda Shower . Fourth Row: Jean Koihenlierger. Helen Heuer. Sue King. Carl Mrekley, Barry Hoek, Mary Ann S|M v«er . Hark Rom (Seated : Herbert Horn, Barbara Right mire, Harold Wolfe. Harold Jo.i, Calvin Schnerder. Tom It beam, Tom Buchanan. Carol Aument, John Kirby, James Musser, Frie Sandbladr, Paul Khrhart, John Gearhart. Hark Rom• (Standing): Mike Winey, Virginia Kudisill, David Hilbert. Philip Brown. Hi- hard Blouse, Sian 1'rmpliii. Cliarle McLaughlin. .Norman Bill. John Wilhelm. Buili Klinrdinst, Joseph Hartley, Mr. James Zwally. 130The marching hand, under the dircclion of Mr. James K. Zwallv, performs at college football games in the fall, and is available for parades and special college events. Here the) march toward Hicmesderfer field to add to the football spirit. March ing Band These Hands are Tops The concert and marching ham) arc under the direction »f Mil. James E. Zwau-Y. Composed of those talented students who qualify, the string ensemble is a musical organization which jHirfonos chamber music. String Ensemble I.ejt to Right: hunky Baxter, Jennifer Ctb, Mr. Mclxcr Porter, Barbara Saylor, Girol Collin , Clean Wcincrt. 131First Rote: I-ora Foley. Oon II H u. Linda Wallick, Sandy Sehvirnk. (iinny Hall. Marsha Hummel, Candy Nit rauer, Join I airy. Pam Kline. Janet Hciherington, Anne Sunday, Nancy Havre . Sylvia Kit|icr, Bonnie Sijws, Sur Wagner. Jean Vo|p, Charlhclcda Myers. Amy Taylor, Mary True . Second Ron. Joyce Campbell, Joan Barton, Sandy Oxen lord, Betiy F.iga, hilaine Prosser, Marlene Nicinond. Sharon Bcn«ingrr, Brenda Broome, Joan NngMadt. Sandy Murphy, Annamae Rie er. (bill Cerliard. Judy Jones, Nancy Fisclier. Nancy Hostetler. Kathy HnUinxton. Nancy Kapp, Janet larndi . Sandy Boose, Frances Cunningham, Calhy Kam merer. Third Row: Carol Rodda, Sally limn.her. Kathy Libricz. Rcihann (.race, David Cm . John Hosteller. John W ilhelm, Barry Me New, Fran Rapp, Dab Cood, Nick Valndo. David Loughery, Dan arreit, Joe llarllry, Dave Sander, Kick Lewis. Jay Sen-senig. W arren Boyle . Brenda Alkinv Julie Wiehmd. Sally Ulrich. Fourth Row: Dr. Russell Cel . Pauline W yclie. Dorothy Cremer, Irene Cizinski. Ken Fry, Joe Wcidel. Duve Ehrmann. Robert W arhurton, Ted Fitzgerald. Mike Winey. Jamr Ci h. Jim McCor-mick. Dick Stoll, Balpli Lewi . Steve Lindrnberg. Jim l.ut . O'rran Fiedler, Judy Kurd. Janri hinder . Elaine Rinehart. ) I oices Resounding I lie college choir rcllects ihe Miller ille spirit liy presenting programs of u religious and secular variety. Dr. Hi Btt. Cut . is I lie director of the college choir. Ihe Mill. r ill. Stall- (iollcge (,'hoir practice diligently lie fore the annual Christina concert.“In Millcrsville EVERYBODY read the Snapper." The Snap-per Muff work hard to make the campus newspaper »rlliy of it Itonor a ACP All-American (1959-63). and CSPA Mcduli-t 1939. 1%I. 1962). First How: Sue Ann Mellingcr, H »l» Smiles, Ann Busliey, Sue Dudley, Joyce McFarland, Marcic Kenley. Judy Kicker. Second l(ou : Belly Hcnningcr, Fat Shorn gard, Boll Lunger, Mike llilc, Larry Creyliill, Janet Anknitn, Tina Bower . Pal Car roll, Sue Barnett, Kathy Costello. Mr. Earlr Hite. Third How: Judy Itismillcr, Diana DenenlK-rg. Sully Eisenlmrt, Tom Kilgore, Curl Groff. Jackie Logue, Ginny Hall. Andy Kohison, Sally Myers. What's News Go-editors Sue nn Mellinger and Boh Smile disco future plan lor another edition of the college newspaper. Mr. Hite discusses Snapper policy with Mat! members. 133Member of the 1 X»J Touchstone stall pause from their busy schcdub- to pose for u group picture. Co-Editors Marty Cundrum, Lynn Trainor. Standing: Pat Bowman, Judy Stout, Ron Mega, Carol (lillx-rt. Wall Engle. Jon Vundcrburg, Jane Ifenr), Julia Wie land. Dottie Hasslcr, Louise Kryser, Barbara Goukfr, Roberta Lentz. Eileen Eisenstein, Gail Gerhard, Pat Orr, Barbara Simpson. Stella Wojlon. Touchstone Captures . . . 134 Marty Gundrum and Lynn Trainor, editors of the 1964 Touchstone, check the progress of the book with the master dummy..Stull mcmlier Stella Wujton. Paula Hugging and Carol Gilbert examine photograph for tli» activities oclioti. Selecting various pictures of Old Main for the informal section of the yearbook are Dot tic Hauler and Lynn Trainor. The College Year 135Tina Bowers, Larry C.rryhiil, and todrea Robison plan layout for I hr .S'no j wr. (lam pus Publications . . . Editor Lynn Truinor «-l»« :k» ropy with W alt Engle and Carol Cilhcrt. Published each year by ihr Student Council. The Black anil Gold student li,indlM.uk is a valuable guide to eumpu- activities. Here, Sally Winter, Editor, discusses piano with Brenda Broome and Phyllis Lewis. 136 I Monday afternoon i - deadline day each week (or Snapper. Wednesday come fn t a staffers will attest. They include Sue Dudley, Andy Robison. Sally Homelier. Betty llcnninger, Janet Ankrum, Sue Ann Mellingcr and Mr. Hite. Involve Diligence 137first How: Scott Vin ins. Rob R Janiiwn. Kitlurd Hib-liiii.iii, Frank o»ako i ki, I andry V Ji« Kramer, William I than. Turn Main. John Rylkc, James Krin-r. Ron Sultanovich, John Baillie. Sccorul How: Andrew OliUon, Ham Kindgen, Frank Va»i|ur , Tom Hewer. John Stape, Tom Dcnwnorr. Bob Wall , Howard Fyock, Bob Me-aros, captain: Jim Slouch. Kay Rowe, Ron Kirkutiv Third How: Dick uinniinu-, Ray l rii. hln ld. Don Tr»ta. Rill l-iuris Richard Mader, Rob Mibalik. Dick W alter-. Glenn LiveUberger, Toni Cupple , Harold Tat.-, Toni Irwin. fourth How: George Katehmrr, head coach; Ren C.»o|ht, Walt Rrcita. Nick Corlx.. Dick Biddlr, F. I wood Finley, Tom Work. Charley I .eddy, Jrre Krndeidine, Ted Kotrmnv Bob Ferine. Dick O’Donovan, filth How: Gene Groff, line coach: George Haulier, Bruce Bay ley. Gerald Hard intr. Harry Dudock. John Morris. Dave Rorbe. George Harman. Dick Shiflerl. Rod Bimson. head trainer: Art Hulme. back field coach. lom Ham Il2l carried ball liim-rlf on |UJrtcrbark keeper. Foe wa» Man-held. cri-p block by Dirk Mader tS7 remove- Randolph Macon tackier fr.mi path of ball carrier. Exciting Season Ends with Bang FOOTBALL RKSt L.TS Millersvillc 0 Kantlolpli-Macon 13 Kulztmvn 6 6 1 1 in Millcmillc Miller-ville 6 West Cheater I'J Mansfield 26 1 1 1111 • » ll ’ Millrrevillc 6 Bloomsbury 0 • l llll-l HIV Iiller villc 13 E. Stroudsburg 21 iiii« « ■■ ■ - M illeraville 38 Chey ney 0 •1 IIU • ” III Millersv ill ■ 40 Delaware Valle) 0As Marauders Finish at 5-3 Ted Koterwa (22) ecu rude jolt from enemy defensive back. a "u-» of ImhIir ji vrrimmagr fine. Kay Crilchfidd • while 70 is Marauder at left. The 1061 football season proverl to Ik; one of the more (•veiling gridiron campaigns in Millersville history, ending in a 5-3 record. Starting off on the wrong foot the Marauders dropped their -eason opener to Raiidolph-Macon by a 6-0 wore on Bieinesderfer Field. Traveling to Kiitztown they succeeded in suppressing the Coldcn Hears by a 13-6 score with tin; aid of scores by Harry Dudeek and an 02-ynrd touchdown run by Jim Slouch in the third period. Again on the road Marauder fans saw their stalwarts play their host defensive game of the season against West Chester in a 26-6 defeat. Holding the Hams scoreless the entire second half our chargers scored themselves on an intercepted pass snared by Jere Kenderdinc who ran JUS yards to paydirt. Playing host to Mansfield the Marauders played an inspiring game led by the efforts of Hob Mesaros. The senior captain scored twice, his second touchdown in the final minutes la'ing decisive. Tom I lain also scored on a two-yard plunge to end the scoring at I'M I. Parents Day crowd of 3.R00 watched another defen- niiM m-l»ir c lull carrier i Mopped mraisin up by Harry Kindgcn' bant tackle.Jim Slouch 'll make good lackle on Kjmlol| li Macon runner. In lire middle of the marltlrom i- Dick Cummings (white 40) surrounded by Mansfield tacklcrs- Turning the rorner Jake Kckenrode roars downfield in giinw again ! illoonishurg. sivc halite. lhi time again ! Bloomsburg. Offensively the Marauders rushed for 201 yards and scored on a Mesaros run which was set up by Kay Critchficld's fumhle recovery. The game ended in a 6-0 Millersville victory. The Marauders invaded East Stroudsburg in an attempt to gain the conference lead. Trailing I 1-0 at the half MSC exhibited another second half effort which fell short of a victory. Main threw to John Baillcc on a 3 yard scoring play in the third | criod. The second touchdown was engineered by Dudeck with Ron Porter going over from the I to end the game. 21-13 in favor of Stroud. November 2 was Homecoming Day in Millersville and 2.300 fans witnessed a more than adequate offensive effort by the Marauders who defeated Cheyncy 38-0. The scoring was done by Hail), Slouch. George Harman. Boh Mihalik. Mesaros, and Ted Koterwas. The grand finale came in a 10-0 rout over Delaware Valley on the Aggies home field. Marauder hacks rushed for 539 yards and seven touchdowns, three each by Dick Cummings and Mesaros and one by Tom Irwin. Front Rou Barlura Chr-inui, J.. «••• Hall, Dotlie Maughcr. Call .Smith, Linda Hrlvcston, Janet Willingmyre, J.mr R.wder, lla .-l Balmer. Mary tarn P k. Nancy Kurt . Hack Row: Betty Klinger. Murcie Kenley. Jeannette Ibikins, Lynn Kirk. Romaynr DellofT. Becky Slider, lands Young. Carolyn M Moran. Eileen Moyer, ( birr Ante . Dr. Mary K. Dixon. roarA; Sally Singrr. Marty (G undrum. Jean Wiedlnmyer. Krla Stauiler. Peggy Eagl..... -.til Walker. Jean Wiedlnmyer and (-birr Ante . co-captain . wild »!niggle in (rout of the enemy goal result only in frustration for MSC hockey player . Sally Singer, Krla Stauffer, Romaynr Dcllnflf, Claire Ante . Jean Wiedlnmyer and Marty Cundriiin work out in practice session. Women En joy Winning Season O Three wing, one lie and two losses gave the 1963 women’s field hockey leant one of its most surmslul years in history. Kli ahethlown handed the Maruuderettcs their first setback as they beat the MSC women, 3-0, in their traditional battle. Victories were scored over Lebanon Valley, Muhlenberg and Dickinson. The women played u deadlock with Gettysburg in the second game of the campaign. Shippensburg also trimmed the Maraudcrcttes, 1-2. Co-captains the women to Claire Antes and Jean Wiedenmycr their winning season. paced WOMEN’S HOCKEY Millrrsvillr 6 blonnn Valley ..... i Millrrsville - I (Gettysburg - ■ - ■ — I Millcrsville 2 Muhlenberg 1 Millrr-t ill.- 2 Slii|.|ieusliurg 1 Millrr %ill.- I) Kli alielli|i wn 3 Millemvillt- ________ 2 Dickinson I 143Front Row: Barry Slell. manager; John Morgan. Martv McCrhran. Phil Muth. Hoik Rou: An Dreschrr. Howie Slreetl. Clair Dmchrr. Al Lt»kow«ki, Coach Dick IK-llart. Harriers Record Fine 12-1 Mark Most successful of Millersvillc's full sports was the cross-country team. The past season under coach Dick DeHart the harriers compiled a record of 12 victories and one loss, that being at the hands of a powerful West Chester squad. In this meet freshman star Marty McGchean finished first as he did in nine of ten dual meets this year. The harriers won their last seven meets. Counted among their victims were such highly-touted foes as Howard. Delaware Valley. Elizabethtown ami Towson. The well-balanced Marauders ran in the Ml. St. Mary's Invitational tournament and placed fourth among a field of nine teams. At the season's close the hurrier entered the annual State College meet at Slippery Hock and placed third behind the host Rockets and West Chester for the second straight year. Because of the fine record compiled by the team. Student Council granted the necessary funds to enter the NCAA small college tournament. Running without McCchean, who was ineligible because of u ruling barring freshmen, the Marauders finisher! 20th in a field of twenty-eight. Millersville's harriers will lose co-captains Art and Clair Dreschcr. but will have five returning letterrnen to form tin- nucleus of a team which has won 20 of 33 meets in the last three years. CKOSS t orNTKY RESI I.TS Millers villa- 15 Bainbriditc 56 Millersvillc 15 K. Simud-liurn 69 Millersvillc IS Lincoln so Millersvillr 15 .Su» |urhanna 46 Millersvillc 15 Howie 50 Millersvillc 36 West Cli slcr 23 Millersvillr 17 Bainhridtte 13 Millers ville 2(1 Delaware Valley 37 Millersvillc 21 Howard 32 Millersvillc 10 Klirahethtowii 39 Millersvillc 23 Towson 31 Millersvillc 15 SuM|urhanna 50 Millersvillr 15 Chryney . 50 Coach I )h k I t watches «tur fre hinan Marty McCehean lini-li tirst attain for MSC. Three team lake off at the start o( a triangular meet at Biemesderfer Field. 144Srtilrd in Front: Phil Smith and Dim Esbrnshadc. Front Row: Kick Turner. Ron Fcrmce, J»r Tate. Gerry Brenner. Ev Douple. Bnnr Krm-ek. Marty Conley. Second Rote: Frank Geist. Ron Supple . Dun Rinerr. Al Dolts, Don Wnnnir. Paul Swanenburg. Rob Hii'wrnian, Jerry Quinn. Third Ron: Conch John (laser. I)avc Bi-Imp. Jim Lawrence, Davr .Sniyrl, Sieve Draper. Don Eckert, Dennis Van Tassel, Tom Du-du. Jim- Will, Barry lairing. Mannah Edrnjsere. Ed Goodhart, assistant coach. V player mi»r» kick. Inconsistent Play Hurts Hooters The soccer leant ended the 1963 season with a record of three wins, five losses, and two lies in coach John Hascr's last year of tenure. The loss of several key players through graduation hurt and the team never could mount a consistent offense. Playing against some of the finest small college competition in the East, the Marauders met such notables as East Stroudsburg, AI champions, and Elizubethtown. the Middle Atlantic champions the past two years. The turning point of the season for the hooters might well have been the East Stroudsburg game here, when the Marauders fought to a I-1 lie at halftime only to lose on three second half goals b) the Warriors. Millcrsville lost its next two games in a similar manner with second half goals s|»elling the difference. However, the Marauders scored impressive victories over conference opponents lawk Haven and Shippcnsburg. Millcrsville will lose seniors Joe Tale, Kick Turner. Tom Dugha. Barry l.oring. Evan Douple. Gerry Brenner. Manoali Edengere along with this year’s co-captains Don Esben-shade and Phil Smith. Although the absence of star goalie Esbcnsbadc "ill hurt, a crop of returning leltermen including Ron I'Vrence, Kon Supplce. Paul Swanonhurg and Donnie Wonnie should help the squad improve on this year’s record. SOCCER R ESI LTS Miller-villr 3 Lincoln .. 5 Millrr»ville 1 E. Stroudsburg 4 Millcrsville 1 Howard 2 Millcrsville 1 1 ’IIIl.im’li 111 i Irxlilr 1 Millcrsvillc 1 • 1111(10' ipillll 1 ■VIIO Eli alH'tlitown :i Millcrsville 1 Paterson State 1 Millcrsville 1 SitM|Ucbantia 3 Millcrsville 1 SuMpiehunna 1 Millcrsville . 1 Shippcnsburg 0 Millcnvillr .. 3 Lock Haven 1 145Front Row: Kill Sunni. Torn luwwB, John (.VmdMik, Hill Oironbtrr, manner. Second Note: John Stewart. Frulik Onlinlo. (i.ir) Day. Hill Wood, (.‘if it‘tin Mike KirnirlJ Third Unit: {.oach I i -k I 11 a r I. Kurr l h i«l.-. Jim I'hillip,. I larry Schocnwolf, (iruig illianiMin. I'unl. Ainsworth. Don Grille !, nutnourr. Hill Wood i« loaned on by Howard player after struggle fur Ioom! ball. Veterans on team included Mike Knmeld and (lary Day lknrclint() anil ill lali Frank Ainsworth. Hun Klmde und Jim I’hillipv Basketball When Conch Dick Dcllurt picked his basketball s |und in laic November, lilllc did In- know dial only eight of his IS players would still lie available ot the close of the season. Jarred by the loss of players through injuries and academic difficulties, in the untimely death of sophomore stai Frank Ainsworth, the Marauders ncvci were able to gain momentum. F.ven though Ainsworth had left school at semesters. his tragic accident in Florida only a few weeks Inter was a tremendous shock to the players and students alike. The team won only seven games out of 22 with five of the victories coming in the last half of the season. Captain Mike Komctn closed out a brilliant career by becoming the thin! highest scorer in Marauder basketball history, lie scored 385 points in his final season for .1 careei total of 1,230. Highlight-- of the season were a 6-1-61 upset victory ovet Klizaln-lhtown early in the season and a Tl-tdl triumph over Bloumsburg in February. Kometa’s personal high for the season was a 12-point effort against Bowie in mid-season. Bun Rhodes and freshman Frank Oslislo trailed Komctu in the point race. Only other senior Iteside Koineta who w ill be lost to next year's team is veteran center Cary Day.Kill I i» .11 • Mil to ( i u|i .uni llivn linuii llitnupli I In huskrl (nr Kriink Oxlixlo. Cupfirm Mike Kmnri.i Millersvilh-Millersv illi Millri'V ill.- Millersville Millersvillc Millersvillc Millersvillc Millersvillc Millersvillc Millenvillc Millenvillc Millersvillc Millenvillc Millersvillc Milltrrsvillt Millcrsv ill -Millersvillc Millersvillc Millenvillc Millcrsville Millersxille Millenvillc BASKETBALL RESULTS 81 Lycoming H6 79 1 'ItiLi 1 11 1 • i;i Textile 101 71 Kutzlown 75 71 Last Stroudsburg HI 74 Mansfield 10] 60 Bloomsburg 73 61 Elizabethtown 61 72 Cheyncy 78 71 West Chester IIH HI California 83 113 Bowie 75 95 Howard University 79 70 Shippenshurg 74 74 Kutztown 87 HI Last Stroudsburg 71 HI Mansfield 101 71 Blnomshlirg 68 58 Cliev ney 73 H2 West Chester KM) 94 Shippenshurg 85 88 Slippery Rock 93 91 Elizabethtown 103 M.iiiofu'lil player out jumps Cory Day (40) (or ft in hull at mid-court. Ilurr Itli'Mie l -(i-lmn h a bu«k t ajiainut Slipper)’ Rock.Firu Ko„ : Nancy Rrubakcr, Sandi Shaffer, jrnl Keller, Beverly Bailey. Mary Lou Peek. Jean Ioronliii... Mar.-ie Kcnlry. manager. Second Rou: Mr , lone IWart, awe . Wilma Black, IK.fi Shade!. Barbara Clic-tnui. Sue Balrhelder, Lee Wright. Judy Cainplw-ll. Coach lone Dorwari cloven rye- in meditation as she explain -irately to Wilma Black and Krla Stauffer. Judy Campbell i- defended by Slii|. but Rrt ,|M,| „wuy Vi omen’s Basket! a 11 ll wtw almost l»til not quite for the Women’s Varsity Basketball team this year. The team finished with three wins and six losses. Ihe team defeated Chevncy twice ami Lebanon Valley, hut lost to Shippensburg, Gettysburg. Muhlenberg, libation Valley and Elizabethtown twice. Mary la u Peck was the team’s high scorer for the season. The freshman team, coached by Dr. Mary E. Dixon, recorded eight straight victories on their way to an undefeated campaign. Judy Simmons paced the freshman scoring with 3ble assistance from Ellen Beaver and Liz Booth. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BESt I.IS MillrrsVillr 23 Shippcn«burii Stoic 36 Millmtvillr 37 Cheynry Stole _ 2K Millers ille . 2 (icily-bur}: College 4 1 Millcrftillr 21 KlizabelhlOH'li (College 46 Millcrsvillc 37 Lebanon Valley College 35 Millersvillr 27 Kli jlii'ihlown College 38 Millereville 2i, Mulib nbrf” College 28 Millrr villr 39 Cheyncy Stole 32 Millersville - 36 Lebanon Volley (adlrge 38 1 Ft on! Row: Barry Prater, Dick Miller. Butch Supple'". John Swan-on, Sieve Kldridge, John Sink. Ca ilain Bob Grim Derry (Lehman. Ruck Row: ( ouch Rod Rim-on, Captain Bob Grim, Bill McLennan, Frank Krantx, Mark Olligrr, Joe Brown, Manager Sieve Selioll. Swimmer Inim Milleisvillr and la-, k Haven grl off to fa i 'tart in Brook Hall inrel. Swimming Millersville's varsity wimmers got ofT to u fas! start by winning three of their first four meet , hut it took the rest of the schedule for them to finally record another win in the last comjietition of the year. I nder new head coach Rod Bimson the mermen lost a close 19-45 decision to Howard University in the seasons opener. They splashed right hack to upend PMC. Morgan Slate and Bloomsburg in their next three outings. Then the drought set in. and they lost four in a row before healing Bainbridge 18-16 to dose the season. The mermen finished fifth in the conference meet with Captain Boh Grim gaining a second place. SWIMMING RESULTS Millersvillr -la Hi.w.ird University 49 41 35 Millrrsvillr Millersvillr 51 Prana. Military Gdlrge 60 Morgan State Mdlcr-v ill 1 66 Klooin-lnirg State » Millersvillr .31 Ea t Stroud'burg Slate „ 64 Millrrsvillr .31 Lycoming (adlrgr 61 Millrr ville It Wilke College 50 l 11«- fy. Y || It 11 1 iirL H.tVfn nj |»« _ 64 »| III le ill' Millrrsvillr 18 Bainbridge - — 46 149Front Him; Droni Fisher, Bill Shircr, Jon- Krndcrdine, Cary Jonr», l ltil Loin, Charles Wanner, George Blackburn. Dave E»‘ig Hack How: Tony th.wrr. John Evan«. Claude Aliluin. Harry Slu nk. Mike Groves Charles Leddy, Jim- ......... Ib b Swifi. Bill Mahoney, Merle Conner, manager; Coach Jim Maiirey. K. n Cover ri«le» Shi| |icni buri{ wrcMlcr. Wrestling Wrestling nl Millcrsville in 1963-61 was divided into two purls and the latter of the two was disappointing to team, fans and coach. The inatmen opened up by trouncing Lincoln I Diversity, Howard I diversity and the Delaware Valley Aggies, l ut then the roof fell in. Not once in the final eight matches could the wrestlers bring home a win. Conch Jim Maurcy was faced with his toughest chore in his career ns the team was plagued l injuries and academic difficulties. To begin with Co-captain- Phil Lohl and Cary Jones were both lost to the squad until late January berau-e of class trouble. Kvcn when they returned to action. Loht was unavailable except for spot duly Itccausc of an injured shoulder. Six other wrestlers also suffered injuries during the campaign and were sidelined for a number of matches. It was the poorest record. 3-B. ever recorded hv a Mill-ersville ar-ity wrestling team. WRESTLI N( 25 Millersville 2-1 Millers ville 20 Millersville s Millersville ;; 5 Millersville Millersville 16 Millersville 9 Millersville . -- 5 Millersville ,1 m;si i.is Lincoln I niversity 10 Howard University 8 Delaware Valley College 10 Bloomsliurg State 3-1 Wc»t Chester Slate 25 W'ayncslnirg College 215 Hast Stroudsburg State 20 Mansiield State 21 Wilkes College 19 Lock Haven State 31 Shippen.-burg Stale 215 Sliip| i-n§hur|: wutman (bottom) i- lur |.|io-.M«l by Ji-te Kcmlenline.First H»w: Col Schneider. Tom Winter-. Glenn Livclsbertur. Hurry Wirlh. Royal I'ravitz, Mike I-iHoda. Joe Doskocil. Second How: Dick Dieely. Wall Kreidcr. Ron Fricker. Tom Lawson. Ev Hcrtzlcr. I-onnie Weaver. Crain Lewi . Tom Marino, Fred William-. Third How: Hill How. ell, Dick Sioll, Dave Allhou-e, Gil Ca-h. Diek Behrens. Co-caplains Marry Wirlh and Royal Travilz. Team Hits High Mark in Victories Millersv ille’s hasehull team scored nine victories in 1063. the nm-t win- iii 15 ears. Final record was 0-6. Freshman Mike Lalloda led the sijuud with a .551 hatting average while Glenn Livelshergcr and captain Matt lleppe finished 2-3. lleppe scored 11 runs and drove in 13 to become the team’s leading run producer. For 1961 the team Impes for another winning season on the strength of a sharp defensive infield and the pitching of veterans Harry irth and Toni Winters. Ev Hert Jer dive- wlfly buck lo first in game Kutztown. 1963 BASEBALL BF.SU.TS Miller-ville 17 Kuiziirtwn 8 Miller-villa 12 Lincoln » Miller-ville l-l E.i-I Stroudsburg 10-2 Miller-ville 0 We l Chester II Miller-vilh It Shippcmdiurg 2-2 Miller-v ilia- 2 Rhanm-hurg S Milla'f-V ilia S K llt taiw II 0 Miller-v die 12-1 Mansfield 1-2 Millcr-v ill«' «).«; .Shepherd 28 Miller-villa 1.5 1 liaw.iril 1 Miller-ville I-»ck Haven I forfeit 0 1961 BASEBALL SCIIEDl LK March 28 April 2 April 1 April 8 Ihivvaid Home WV-t Ghe-ler Home l.ini’ol n Home Kul lown Home April 11 Klizalielhtown '2) Awa) April 15 Man-field • 2 Home April 18 East Slnaiid-hurit Home April 22 Wr-t Chc-lcr Awwy April 25 Shepherd 2» Au r April 50 -BlaKinishurc Autry M.iv 2 -Shippensburg 2' Home May 16- Kulztown (2) AuayCo-captain Cary Baltozer Kneeling: Ron Sdwood. Martin McCehean. Al La»kow ki. Jim Naumovich, Ccorgc Blackburn, Larry M u-lull. Dave Smyrl, Cary (j nr.id. Standing: Coach Hulmc, Dale McPben«n, Jrrc Kentzel, Joe Wilt. Dick Kin.ml. Cary Baltozer, Howard Strcctt. Fred Fcnstcrniachcr, Boli Swift. Dick Monk Cindermen Post Pine 7-1-1 Mark Solid depth in almost all events gave the Millersville track team the spark it needed to record a 7-1-1 record for 1963. The team also finished fourth in the conference meet which closed the season. The team had plenty of heroes including co-captains Dale McPherson and LcRoy llolTman. and Joe Wilt and Gary Baltozer. These four paced the Marauders in almost every meet. The only loss suffered In the team was a 79-61 setback at the hands of Slippery (lock early in the season. The 1963 outlook was optimistic although coach Art I Inline found the team shallow in dash men. Baltozer won the high hurdles and was second in the low hurdles in tin-state meet. 1961 TRACK SCHEDULE April 2 April V April 8 April 11 April 11 April 17 April IK April 22 April 25 May 1 May 2-May 6 May 9- 1| . vs .ml . Away Lincoln Home Wc t Chester Attar Kn Home Drift ware Valley A nay Bftinbridgr Home llloonDbuf}! A way Town n Home SutquchannA Away Hlouiu burg Home -Shippciuburg Home Ka l Stroudsburg Home Kut town Away May 12 May I t I Away I “ “'ll Bain bridge Away 1963 TRACK RESULTS Millmvillc 78 Hnwjrd A2 Millcrwvillc 111 Delaware Valley ■Ur Mill.r v ilU 61 Slippery Rock 79 J | )| f 11 |l% n Bowie 6 Millmviiic 103 Kul tnwn 37 Millmvillc 74 Bloomdiurg 74 Millcrsvillc 74 Hast Stroudsburg 25 Millersville 81 Trenton 51 Cary Baltozer deft) has slight lead over Kut town opponent in high hurdle-, race. Baltozer wa- the winner. About to break tin- tape, Bob Wall chalks up a victory in the 100-yard dash for MSC.sason MEN’S TENNIS HESl LTS 7 Mow.ml fi Shi| |M-n«burg .. 9 lincoln.......... 7 Km .town 9 tlainhridgr 0 Kart Stromhburg H Blnomsburic 7 Rluom»bui|! ' Delaware Valley 1 Susquehanna 7 Kutxtown 7 Rainhridge 6 Tuw«on 3 Shlppriuburg Front Kom': l uv» .Smith. Herh Kurlip, Gary Gcrher. Hurry Host . mamtfttr Mr. Hugo Flora, couch. Bock Row: John Vogelsang. Hill ljTK-rchrr. Dun Witmun. Sam Kunn . ( lid Thoma . MUlmvillc Millrr %ille Millersvillr Millcwillr Millcrsvlllr MillcrevilU Miller" ill Millers vlllc Millemville M illcrsvillc Millerwville Millm villr Millersvillc Millerxvillr l'K»l TENNIS SCHEDl EE Away Awn) Away Away Home Hume t’hryncy llotnc Captain Hill lurcher .rrhand stroke to Mv.mm.te H c Sm.th. Herh KuilipKneeling: Gloria Moyer. Regina Haag, Doris Shade!. Lynn Drill, Judy F.hcinami. Sue Dudley, Tobry Dulmon. Standing: Gloria Fuller, Joanna S'hleif, lain! Slum, Joan Ang-tadt. Sharon Shcurcri. Carol Ker«hner. Li Booth. Cathi Paul, Winifred Trri»l, Mrs. Kathryn Hill. Coed Net ters Miss .500 Year Millersvillc’s Women’s Tennis team tried valiantly for a 500 season l ni dropped a 1-3 innlcli (• Dickinson in the finale to wind up at 21. The team did beat Elizabethtown, 1-3, early in the sea-son for it- first victory over its old foe in three years. 1963 WOMEN'S TENNIS RESl LTS illr ... 2 Muhlenberg 3 Millrmvitlc 1 F.lis.il etlit wi i Miilcr ! illr t Ship| cn»hurg 3 Millrr-villr I Shipprnsburg .. 6 Millrr- illr 2 Elizabethtown 5 MDIcndUc — 3 Dickinmn 4 I x»t TK MS SCHKIH I.K April 14 Elizalictlitowii A tea) April 21 Dickinoon Home April 23 Shippensburg ... Away April 27 Muhlenberg Home April 29 Kli ahrtht»Mn Home May S- '-hip|H'iuhurg Home Judy Khrmann and Jane Reeder get in mine doubles practice. Jane Reeder and Kegma Haag work out on all-weather courts. Ye would like to express our thanks for the work done b our staff photographers Pat Bowman and Boh Lunger; for the special photography by Bowers Studios; for tin aid with the cover b the J S. K. Smith Company; and for the assistance and engraving and printing by the Grit Publishing Company. To our adviser Mr. Earle M. Hite goes our sin-cere appreciation for his advice, aid and encouragement. 1964 TOUCHSTONE STAFF Marty Gun drum. Lyn Trainor, Co-EditorsINDEX I'tipe Administration---------------------------------- 42 Alpha Beta Alpha_____________________-_______— 11 1 Alpha Phi Omega _______________________________ 120 Art Department__________________________________ 47 Association for Chihlhood Kdueation International___________________ 115 Band ......................................... 130 Baseball_________________________________________ 152 Basketball ____________________________________ 146 Bassler Geographic Society--------------------- 1 I 7 Canterbury Club ------------------------------- 122 Cheerleaders___________________________________ 129 Choir__________________________________________ 132 Citamurd-------------------------------------- 119 Cross-Country _________________________________ 144 Dedication_______________________________________ 4 Delta Phi Eta_________________ —............... 113 Dolphin________________________________________ 128 Education and Psychology Department--------------- M Elementary Education Department---------------- 15 English Club----------------------------------- 112 English Department------------------------------ 45 Football_______________________________________ 140 Foreign Language Department -------------------- 45 Freshman Class_________________________________ 100 Geography Department---------------------------- 46 Health and Physical Education Department------ 44 Hockey_________________________________________ 143 Industrial Arts Department---------------------- 47 Industrial Arts Society ----------------------- 1 IB Intercollegiate Conference on Government------125 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship --------------123 Junior Class------------------------------------ 90 Lacrosse Club _________________________________ 128 Library Science Department---------------------- 49 Lutheran Student Association -------------------123 Mathematics Department-------------------------- 44 page Men's Day Student Association---------------- 127 Men's Varsity Club___________________________ 121 Methodist Student Movement __________________ 122 Mu Kappa Mu_________________________________ 116 Music Department_______________________________ 45 Natural Science Department--------------------- 17 Newman Club---------------------------------- 123 Phi Sigma Pi__________________________________113 Bod and Gun Club ____________________________ 118 Buddy Scientific Society--------------------- 116 Senior Class ---------------------------------- 54 Snapper_____________________________________ 133 Soccer_______________________________________ 145 Social Studies Club------------------------- I 17 Social Studies Department _____________________ 46 Sophomore Class-------------------------------- 94 Special Education Club---------------------- 1 15 String Ensemble ----------------------------- 131 Student Christian Association________________ 123 Student Council______________________________ 124 Student Pennsylvania State Education Association ----------------------------- 115 Swimming_____________________________________ 149 Technical Arts Club _________________________ 119 Tennis________________________________________154 Touch stone__________________________________ 132 Track______________________________________ 153 Who’s Who_________________________________ — 52 Women’s Basketball __________________________ 148 Women's Day Student Association ------------- 127 Women's Tennis ______________________________ 155 Women's Varsity Club------------------------- 121 Wrestling____________________________________ 150 Xenophile Society____________________________ 112 Young Democratic Club ----------------------- 125 Young Bepublican Club ----------------------- 125 157FORRY and HACKER Printers of the “Snapper'" 248 E. 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