Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA)

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Q15151S1S1Q1515151S1515151S1515 Education The l cy to the Future circular loop of wire, which lie mo inentarily unnoticed upon the desk, is heavily laden with an assortment of keys. Other keys, however, are not quite so tangible and are not to he acquired by merely turning to a ring. Unlike any of the keys to be found on the loop, education as the key to the future is neither tangible nor complete. Since learning is a continuing process and the future is shackled by numerous types of locks, the educational key must be constantly altered in its -diape. If the student refuses to keep the shape of his key to the future in accord with the times, the only future through which he can pass is the future already unlocked by his ancestors — with the only alternatives being either stagnation or regression. Millersvillc Stair College Millrrsville, Pennsv Ivania May 1966, Volume 67 Co-Editors Joyce Hoffman I'j i.ken Long Associate Editor Shahan Wallace Business Manager Sharon Bensinger 3DKDIC 1770 Every year I here are new addition to the faculty at Millcrsville State College as is the case at any college. A few short year ago. one of the new additions to our faculty was a man named Cameron I). Iscman. At that time In- was the same as any other new faculty mcmln-r, hut as time passed lie diil many thing for the benefit of the students at Millersville. Most of us go to the C.itamard plays every year and enjoy them very much. We prohaldy do so without realizing how much time and effort is put into these productions. Or if we do stop and think about the work, many of us may not realize who the man is who is mainly responsible for them, lie seems to In- the man behind the scenes and never gets the recognition he so much deserves. When he is not busy directing plays. Mr. Iscman has many other things to occup his time. Some of these things include acting as adviser to Citamard and Alpha Psi Omega, and. of course, his role as a professor. We should all realize the great importance of tin- subject he teaches. Speech is something we use every day, hut it seems to he taken for granted. Since most of us are preparing to he teacher's ourselves, we realize that it is a necessity. It is our means of commit- location. Mr. Iscman enjoys playing the organ in his spare time. Another important aspect is that we find a friend in this man. Me is always willing to talk and help in any way that he can. To us, the students, this means so much. For these reasons ami for so many more that they could not all l e expressed. we. the staff, dedicate the 1966 Touchstone to Mr. Cameron I). I-email. . 4Mr. :iikI Mr$. Ist-mau and tficir dmifsliters. Lee and Joan, pox? for a family picture.L alJ 5 QlSnJ5151QlQ151SlQI51SlQIQI5I5l51Slj51SI5IS15ISIQlSr CAMPUS LIFE IQ1S1S1515151SIS1Q1S1S|ISIQIS151S15151SISISISI5IQISI5151S’ Lectures, discussions, papers. and research do not constitute a total education: an education larking the presence of campus life is an insufficient key for the future. This year for the first lime, the campus social season began with a popular singing group. The Four Seasons, presenting a concert in Penn Manor Gymnasium. As one joined in the good-natured fun of that evening, he felt happy to I c hack on campus, where the opening of additional Student Union facilities gave him increased chances for more campus fellowship. As the campus and enrollment grow, campus life, filled with the joys of friendship, the ups and downs of romance, and the challenge of attaining social responsibility, will grow also if given the students’ desire.Grrtninly frosh may walk around the luk ; - backwards! Wliat way i lint alignment ? September meant a unique experience for the Freshmen. To lieip them adjust !«■ eollege life were regs and orientation. Under ehairman Robert Heigh, regs again featured Dress-Up, Kiddie , and Mix ami Match Days that see tin- name-tagged, dink-wearing Frosh submitted to further demands. Hack also were the tooth brushes, teddy I rears, and hike circling rules: however. the latter had modifications one could use the hike walks if he walked backward. New to regs was the tribunal which protected the Frosh from unnecessary hazing and punished rule breaking Frosli at the week’s end. The orientation program headed by Joan Coin-lois also aimed at helping tile Frosh. The guide program. making its tenth ap| earanee on campus, was the initial step in the program; almost two hundred upperclassmen acquainted the Frosh with locations, customs, rules, and regulations. Unlike regs, the orientation program continued until November with weekly sessions in Lyle Auditorium. The end of regs.10 » I 1 J and ihe dorm becomes “home.' Autumn is ;i perfect time for tree study.Aii inevitable occurrence in any new school year is I he beginning of classes, and the majority of the Millcrsville students met the annual challenge with a determined spirit. To the upperclassmen, the first week of classes was similar to the first week of the other semesters that they had spent on campus, hut the freshmen were engaging in an exciting and unique experience that filled them with anxieties, fears, and disillusionment. Study became a reality as all the students began to tackle the mounting assignments, and much of the noise and good cheer that had resounded across campus during orientation week was replaced by a scholarly hush. Male pr K-|ors begun to busily maintain conditions for study, and “quiet hours'' again became the battle-cry of the fairer sex. Prepared thusly. Millcrsville students settled down for another year of concentrated learning activities. 12 Classes begin . . . and students again give their attention to books. I Studying lakes many forms; both informal . . . and formal. 13Fool I tall fan; wall'll from the hillside. f Fight. Marauders! "Millersville Yesterday and Tomorrow" was llm theme chosen l»y Alpha Phi Omega for lln |%5 Homecoming festivities which began with n pep ially Friday evening and Saturday saw the return of more than 5000 alutimi. Tile grad- phi- present students -uw the campus adorned with chili displays. After the annual llumerotning Day Parade, the mord crowd watched the Marauder low the football game to visiting Mam-held. I 1-0. Ilnyy-ever, nothing marred the crowning of Varsity (Hull chosen. sophomore Karen Killiane a-queen. After the game. Alpha Mela Alpha sponsored a Cider Pour in the laboratory School (iy m. Saturday evening. Queen Karen and mmibr attendant Diane Bnlieclc and Sue Myers reigned over the Varsity Drag held in Penn Manor high school gymnasium where Dr. and Mrs. Christie were | eeial guests. The weekend activities closed with the dedications of llarhold, Hull, and Dielun resident halls in ceremonies in Lyle Auditorium on Sunday. This is how it looks from above.I(oinccomiiig queen. Kami K.. . and lier mini: IHone Bnltack If ft. and Sin: Myers, right. 15Alumni meet on the step? of the Rat Race. Dr. and Mrs. Christie welcome students to the Homecoming Dance. Students enjoy the annual Homecoming Dance held in Penn Manor Gymnusium. 16Tin: swimming team works out oil crutches. A proper balance of work and relaxation must be maintained if the student is to fully appreciate the values to he reaped from a college career. Although hooks and study form the basis upon which the student builds his character, lie must also maintain a reasonable amount of free time. One of the most popular activities at Mil lersvillc is the ‘‘gab session." and this may take place in the dormitories, on the campus, in the Hat or the Mouse , or in one of the several off campus "night-spots." These informal conversations, along with record-imps and unorganized athletics, affords the student with an indispensable part of his existence. Students relax at dances in Brooks Hall . . . and. of course, in the Rat Raec. 17Tin? Christmas season i a gala occasion on the Millersvillc campus, and both the students and the faculty join forces in wishing each other a happy holiday. The Christmas party, which is an in licrent part of this season, is widely adopted: the faculty and the non-pro-fessional Christmas parties are held annually in the dining hall, which is decorated each season by the student waiters and waitresses; many resident-students celebrate Christmas with dormitory parties: various clubs ami organizations sponsor Yulctide festivities for their members; ami. of course, many private Christmas parties may he found. Some of the other traditional activities are the choir concert, the Christmas dinner in the dining hall, caroling, ami surprise visits from Santa Claus. The climax to the season, however, is the Christmas vacation when the students ami faculty celebrate the holidays with their families. Coeds gather round the Christmas tree to exchange gifts . . . and Santa helps distribute gifts to the dining hall employees. 19T Kveryonc has to lake u rest sometime. I Tin; snow came, Saturday, January 29, two days before the scheduled beginning of spring semester. The storm kept most students at home and trapped those who had returned to the dorms early. But what a place to be trapped! Classes were cancelled the first three days of the new semester. There was time to catch up on sleep, play cards, have long jam sessions, read, participate in sports- all the things one cannot always fit into his school day. For those students venturing outside the dorms, the campus was a pretty, as well as strange, sight to see. Icicles glistened from spouts, drifts were whipped high h the wind, and the lake was lost under its white blanket. Paths were blocked and the campus seemed big and lonely. But the solitude did not dampen students' spirits. Women had pajama parties and dancing in the balls, the men played pinochle and shoveled snow. Mornings, many tromped to die dining ball, the girls wearing the usually forbidden slacks, and dined until the new breakfast hour of ten o’clock. Indeed. January 29 to February 2 was a first for all at Millcrsville and a very likely last for tile span of their college years. 2122One of the many new additions to the campus is a Millcrsv'dlc sign, You have to watch out (or those sudden showers. s our college days continue, we each gather ehind us and within ns a rail of experiences. Most of these experiences have one common element— people. The scenes on this page are familiar ones to all and may in some small way serve as a symbol of the many people we have seen, met or befriended, lie it the student by the entrance sign the day we frrst come on campus, or the girl coining out of a dorm as one walks by, or the group one passes on his way ‘cross campus—all represent the many people each one of us has come in contact with at Millersville State College. Heading the bulletin boards keeps us up In dale on all important information. Mr. Zwallv tries mil tin- new electric pianos. Because a large portion of a student's waking hours are spent in conversation, time is needed when he can go oil by himself and relax. The surrounding pictures express a few of the diversions that are adopted hv the soul-weary student: playing a musical instrument will engulf some scholars in a trampiil mood that defies anyone to interfere, while meandering around campus and reading bulletin hoards, campaign posters, and the like afford other students with their blissful moment of relaxation. Since leisure scorns regimentation, no one can dictate unv organized program of repose, ami with the individual differences manifested in the campus population. there will he as many ways to "unjumble" nerves as there are nerves to he "unjumbled 24 The lobby of a dorm is a good place to relax and read the Snapftcr.Glenn Stitzel gels welcomed back with a free ride at the airport. Millersville coeds cnjo playing basketball as well as watching it Mr. DeHart tells about the trip to Kansas Cit at a V pep rally to welcome the team home. Millersville students show their basketball team that they're proml of them. 25These two students uw their linn- lidwcco classes to sit on the wall by the lake ami chat for awhile. When spring comes, the lake seems t« draw a crowd. Spring and unlimited cuts aren’t keeping these students awav from their classes. 26Tennis i- not only a sport at MSG hut also i-cnjoyed l many in their free lime. One uf our favorite pastimes at Millersville is moling the Snappei. Is a hook more important for sleeping or studying? Girls enjov swinging . . . and hoys enjoy skateboards. • 3RP WK) ADMINISTRA7707V L5T515ieiSlQlQ151QlS15l51SlS151SlSlSlSlSlSieiQlSlQlSlS15 Millersville Slali; College this year welcomed a new administrative head. Dr. Roller! Christie. President. After 20 years of dediealed service. Dr. I). L. Hiemesderfcr had retire!I with a record of great achievement. The future hold many challenges for the new President a well as for the rest of the administration and faculty, for a this year's peak total enrollment of 3,680 climhs even higher, so will their jol s of directing, coordinating, and instructing. As they work to make the college an efficiently o| erating unit and a place of increas'd intellectual inquiry. these persons together will form an integral part of our education. It is under their guidance that we. as students, learn the importance and truth of the phrase, “education is the key to the future."Dr. Robert A. Christie l)r. Hubert . {Christie took office as president of Milicrsville State College in September. l‘X . . ami will ho inaugural • 1 next fall. Chosen by the Milicrsville Board of Trustees and Governor William Scranton, Dr. Christie filled the position vacated by Dr. I). I,. Bionics derfer. Dr. Christie is a graduate of Lafayette College and Cornell University and was former vice-president of liofstra University. New York. To the president’s home on campus lie brought his wife. Sally, ami theii two children. Klleu and Thomas. In their first year. Dr. and Mrs. Chris-lii- maintained the tradition of the Fiesh ill Oil Tea. In general. Dr. Christie saw an expanding and changing college ns evidenced in increased enrollment, construction of a new library, dining hull, and dorms, and in the establishment of an unlimited cut system. Dr. Christie at his desk in Dilworth Hall. President Christie chats with students at the freshman tea. 31I)r. A. G. BrcidniNlinc, Dean of Wadeniic AfTair . Dr. George H. Ditlow, »i-iani to the President. Mr. A. Landis Brackbill, Jr.. Registrar: Dr. Daun W. i Yd»it. Assistant to Dean of Academic Affairs. Di. Robert V. Brown, Director of Admissions. 32Dr. William II. Duncan, Doan of Student A flair . Mr. Charles Kent, Director of Guidance Services. What does it mean to lx- a "Dean"? To the Dean of Women, Helen V. Conway, and the Dean of Men. Clyde Stine, it means creating resident hall situations in which students feel they are living among friends. This year. Dean Conway attended the animal convention of Pennsylvania Women Deans and Counselors at Ihickhill Falls. To Dr. Duncan. Dean of Student Affairs. it means coordinating activities in all areas of student life not directly related to the academic program: these include admission, guidance and counseling. housing, food and health services, extra-curricular activities, traffic and security . The Dean of Student Affairs also administers the various programs of student financial aid. and with his office maintains the all-college calendar. To the Dean of Academic Affairs, A. G. Breidenstine, it means coordinating those aspects of student life directly related to academic matters. Finally, to the Dean of Admissions, Dr. Robert V. Brown, it means interviewing and considering for acceptance prospective Millersvillc students. Mr. Francis J. Kolliir, Assistant Dean of Men; Dr. Clyde S. Stine. Dean of Men; Mi - Helen V. Conway, Dean of Women; Mr. Henry I . Bucher, Assistant Dean of Men. 33EDUCATION-PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT Pint Row: Mr. Jom j.Ii Tor. lila, Mi . Audrey . Burie. Mr . Mildred S. Donnon. Mi" Brairiee Smith, Mr . Edna K. Simon. Mi . Mi. lu. linr Santanirllo and Mi" Elizabeth M Jrnkin . Second Raw: Dr. Jam.-. C. Any, Dr. J. Richard Zcrby. Mr . Elsie II. Hostetler, Mr . Edith Booher. Mr. John E. Pflum and Dr. Samuel Kirgd. Third Raw: Mr. Waller Krcidcr. Dr. Burt I.. Dunmirc. Dr. Jam. E. M.iurcy, Mr . Iallian Broome, Mr. R. Shield Met Jer and Dr. V. A. Champa. Fourth Ran: Dr. Paul Z. Hummel. Mr. Carl R. Koch, Dr. Richard J. Hr , Dr. Caleb W. Bucher. Dr. Eugene Robb, chairman, and Dr. Wilmer C. Berg. Ahxent uhrn torture nut taken: Dr. O. II. Aurand. Dr. II. Bu. her. Dr. It.iyrnond E. Kuld, Mr. Joseph Dc f Krnzi . Mr. Charles I. Kent. Mr . E-ther S. I...wry. Mi . Mabel I.. Moberjt, Dr. II. Byron Sb »wcr». Mr. Jacob ( Wine. Mr . Virginia Brown. Mi Y onnc K. Schark, Mr . Juliet C. Stephan and Mr . Evelyn S. Wild. The educational pychology department nl Millcrsvillc aids tin student in realizing ihi- problems involved in understanding children while intruding lliein. The department, under Ilu leader ship of Dr. Kugene K. Robb, present I lie major issues ami methods in eduea-lion. Through the courses olTererl in this department, the slurlent receives the background necessary to cope with the teaching situation ami has on opportunity to formulate his own beliefs as In the role and Irehavior of the teacher. The American school system, the problems. curriculum, and place of the teacher in the elementary ami secondary schools, and the importance of audiovisual communications are presented in the courses. The student learns techniques and aids for teaching specific subjects. In addition, he recognizes how the principles of psychology, such as emotion ami incentive, are applied in the classroom. The memhers of tin? educational psychology department participate in the clinic for guidance. They offer aid with the personal and academic problems of the students of the college and the Laboratory School and to local public school teachers ami pupils. Mr. Wine teaches another Psychology class. A student browse in the Curriculum Library. 341 r ■ ■ SCIENCE DEPARTMENT fi j Row: Dr. (icorge E. Stauffer. Mr. Krnnrili C. Milk, Di. Vftnc Chapman, Dr. Ale Hendrr-M n. chairman: Dr. Jaiur? E. Kokrn, Dr. Sydney Kadiiic»»ky and Mr. Willi? Ii.it Jafl. Second Row: Mr. J»lm I.. Il r-t. Dr. John Cacltwendtncr. Mr. Harold R. Wcirich. Absent when picture utts taken: Dr. Catherine Keever (on Irate , Dr. Cecil M Upton. Dr. Daniel G. Engle, Mr. William B. Mcllwainc. Mr. John I Korah.iugh. Mr. John M. Roth. Dr. Donald E. W’cimun. Mr. C. Byron Kohr and Mr. I’.iul J. Mclnernry (on leaiet. Dr. Hender»on and a deadly copperhead. I RECEIVING t SIMY R 119 fl« r a year's sabbatical to tin- University f Glasgow in Scotland. Dr. Alex Henderson resumed chairmanship of the science department for the 1D6;»-1%6 term. On sabbatical leave for the first semester were l)r. Gather-ine k -over and lr. Paul J. Mclnerny. To increase its ranks, the department gained three new faculty members. Dr. John Gschwendtner. Mr. John I.. Ilorsl, and Mr. C. Byron kohr. In addition to the Roddy Scientific Society, the science department sponsored a new organization, the Scuba Diving Club, for the first time this year. The Entomology Club, formed last year by Dr. Sydney Itadi-uovsky, enriched the science program with several biology field trips. I)r. Kadinovvky display a sling ray. 35MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT First How: Mr. Charles Wolf, Mr. CluHe Denlintcrr, Mr. Rol»«1 Ruilurt. Second How: Mr Harr) Canter, Mr. Robert Shaak. I)r. Joseph Meier. Mr. Ja Wrjvrr. Standing: Dr. Ct-orge Vtukfton, chairman. I ndcr tin direction of Dr. Robert . Kuril. I hr geography department at Mil lersvillc Slate College, in connection with thr required two semester course in world regional geography, has intituled a field geography course to interpret both the region and the culture area of the Pennsylvania Dutch in Lancaster County. Tliia fall, by means of selected landscape criteria, a class in field geography worked with the instructor to delineate the area occupied by the Amish. In the future, the department hope' that this study will contribute to a stall project to depict cartographic-all) the Pennsylvania Dutch country. In addition to the regular course offerings in geography, the Bassler Geographic Society, with Mr. Joseph Glass of the geography department as adviser, offers an extracurricular program in the field of geography. GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT fir i Row: Mi's Esther Kilheflrr. l)r. Rob-••rt Ford, cAairman. Second Hate: Mr. Arthur Dud. Mr. Joseph Claw. Mr. Richard Schneider, Dr. Glenn Stephenson, 36SOi.lAI. STUDIES DEPARTMENT First Rou : Dr. Virginia Reek, Mr. R uul i Green and Dr. Valborx Flrlly. Second Row: Mr. Robert R. Harm-. Dr. C!h.irlr» A. I.onl. Mr. John E. Winter. Mr. Robert A. Ruiz, Mr. William S. Bobko and Mr. Clarence E. Goode. Third Ron : Dr. C. Maxwell Myers, chairman: Dr. Ccoigc I.. Yount:. Mr. John R. Moore, Mr. Jack Rolrert Fisciicl. Dr. Joseph E. Walker and Mr. Thomas C. Tirado. Absftil when picture uns taken; Dr. Aliruin J. Foster, Dr. Richarrl G Keller and Dr. Charles D. Spoil-. m i ! ■ I The social studies department, under l)r. C. Maxwell Myers, consists of economic . political science, philosophy, sociology. anthropology, and history. In accordance with the general expansion of the college, the curriculum saw an increase in enrollment to 130 students, the addition of new courses, and the addition of five new stall members; Mr. Ronald Green. Mr. Thomas Tirado. Mr. Jack Fisehel, Mr. Robert Moore, and Mr. Reynold Koppcl. These men along with other department members attended meetings of the Political Science Association. the Sociology Association. State and National Historical Association, and Local and State Social Studies Council during the school year. During second semester. Profcssoi of History. Dr. Virginia Beck had a leave of absence to do more world traveling. For future classes. Professor Myers foresees the establishment of Latin American Studies and an increase in staff mcmltcrs specializing in various fields of the social sciences. 37 Di. Mycc' at work,Project near completion. “niaMrr |i»t(rt" ai work. The art department, with l)r. Konald E. Sykes as chairman, promotes an appreciation for and understanding of art through a knowledge of the media used in producing art. The trends in art and tile effects of these trends are observed. The stimulation of the creativity of the students taking various art courses is an objective. Courses are also offered which suggest techniques to be used in leaching art to elementary school students. In the art department the student has the opportunity to work in pen, ink. crayon, charcoal, nil, and tvutereolor. Courses arc offered in sculpturing and print-making as well as in pottery, ceramics, mosaics, jewelry, metal enameling. and rug hooking. The department offers instruction in the techniques and media used in art, such as composition and design. The courses are designed to excite the creativity of the student and to lead him to an understanding of how tu stimulate inventiveness, imagination, and interest in his future pupils. VRT DEPARTMENT Mr. Ruben C. Hu-stead, Mr. Joseph 01-ion, Dr. Ronald Sykes, chairman: Miss Jane Riinliard, Mr. KolM-n A. l.yon and Mr. Dominick J. Fanani. Absent iphen iriclurr it us taken: Mr. Kenm-th M. Hoak and Mr. AIIm-u It. Minnieh. 38The Millersville Stair College music department under the direction of Mr. James L. Zwally has made tremendous strides during this school year and new stall members Miss Romig and Mr. Kauffman greatly aided the department. Concentration of Interest in Music for elementary majors was the department's pet project. In early December the entire stall attended the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association convention in Harrisburg, and Mr. Zwally represented the school at the national convention in March at Kansas City. Also highlighting the department this year were the first elementary workshop in October, a recital of Baroque music at the l ancaster Library, the formation of a college-community orchestra under the direction of Mr. Kauffman, an educational series on American music telecast over WGAL-TV, and the receiving of a harpsichord that was hand-made hv Mr. Robert Hosteller of the industrial arts department. The harpsichord was dedicated t the late Melzcr Porter, former chairman of the department. Mi. .wally anil student listen to tape . MUSK DEPARTMENT Mr. Ka W. Kauffman, Miss Jean Romig. .Mr. Harold W. Shuar. Mr. Karl E. .Moyer, Mrs. E c!yn S. Wild and Mr. Jami-« E. Zwally. chairman. 39 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT First Ron : Mr William E. Diller. Dr. John lliu ard, l)r. Lynwood S. l.injsrnfcltcr. rhuirman; Mis (Iwrr Wi nner, Mr . Margaret Wcindliridgc, Dr. Dehrah LaSage, Mi-- Phyllis M. Goodman .mil Mr . Phylli C. Im r 11. Second Row: Mr. William S. Trout, Mr. Henry 'I- l.ihhurt, Dr. Paul Talley, Mr. Donald I.. Burkholder. Mr. Jote|»h E. Rhrn. Mr. Cordon P. Sy tumid and Mr. ( Imrlcn E. Mueneli. Third Row: Mr. Charles |». Patton. Mr. Charle- E. Cumpalon, Mr. Cameron Ivrn.m. Mr. William Wright, Mr. Lniii C. Jrnning and Mr Kurrost Ender . Absent uhrn inr lure uns luhen: Di. Mary A. Ilrighlhill. Mi. .1. Stanley Cook Mr. Hilliard W. Itomhi-rger and Mr Morri E Kr.i|ie FOREIGN I.ANt.l I ACES DEPARTMENT First Rou : Dr. Cuy l Saylor, Mr-. Madeleine . Scrgent and Di. Johanna E. Behiendl. Second Row: Dr. Mii-luiel (.. Kovach. Dr. Guenther Birk-ne-c. Dr. Theodore II. rhuirman; Dr. K. Thomas Douglas and Mr. Jean I). Scrgmt Parle vou Irani ai-? Nein! AO INDUSTRIAI ARTS DEPARTMENT First How: Mr. Franri- J. Kafka. Mr. J. Richard Steinmrl , Mr. Hugo J. Flora. Mr lionlon l . Taylor. Dr. Earl M. Wdrrr. chairman; and Mr. George II. Francis. Second How: Mr. Philip I). Wynn. Mr. Clifford I., Aatd, Mr. Robert (I. Ho»lriter, Mr. Paul W. K-hrltnan, Dr. Robert 1. And -r»on, and Mr. Urban I.. Mnniml. Absent when picture was taken: Dr. George II. Ditlow and Mr. Henry J. Kauffman. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT First How: Mr-. Marjorh Trout. Mr. John Vp| le, Mr. J. Rodney llim-on, Mr. Arthur H. Iliilme, Mr. Carl Kane, Mr- Katherine ft. Hill, Mr». Imte L. Dorwart and Dr, Mary Eli alieth Dixon. Second How: Mr. Raymond (. Mullin. Mr. George A. Kalchmer and Mr. Richard C. DeHart. Standing: Dr. Raymond J. Rtinklc, chairman.LIBRARY KIH ATION DEPARTMENT Sral til: Mi Viler Wagner. Stand inf! • Mi Beatrice V, l)ale man mu! Mi Coral K. Mellon, chairman. MAINTENANCE First How: Mi. IIiaic I'ukIi, Mr. Henry 1 l» rr. Mr. Harry Ron .field .mil Mr. Calvin A. llauclt, suprrinirn-•Irnt nf buildings mid prounds, Sn.ond How; Mr John M» ljujihlin. Mr. Samuel F.rh. Mr. Merle Wade. Mr. llatoUl Lrtevvr, Mr. Lloyd Kaif-nidci and Mr. John Ki o. SK( RET ARIES first How: Mr . Nancy (VShrll. Mi . Sally HulMcUi, Mr Hulda Mine awl Mi Belly Meyer . Second How: Mi , (iraee Evan , Mi . Kailiv William , Mi Velma Warner. M France LcFcvcr awl Mrv Mary Ann Metzger. 42POSTMASTER Mr. Le .irr ( . Cox. ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN Mr. Ronald E. Allie . BUSINESS OFFICE- First How: Mr-. Mililml Charle . Mr . Violet Murnnia, Mi— Anna Mac Kt-ndijt and seated at desk: Mr . Mary Muehleivn. Second liow: Mr. Donald Mi uni-. assistant business manager; Mr-. Mary Murphy, Mr. ('loti- Swoigirt, Mr Robert Elder and Mr. Erman l o ll« , business manager. 43 COLLEGE MRSKS Mr . Joanna Billn. Mr Retina Hoke, Mr . J.ickii ainit, Mrs. Naotna Gillian. Student Services, the housemothers, and nurses nil play round-the-clock roles in providing for student welfare. Com mon to all students are the hook More, snack bars, vending machines, hanking and insurance services- all controlled by Student Services under the direction of manager Donald Minnis. Kail semester saw the opening of an additional Student Tnion Center in the “Mouse." In charge of the women’s dormitories are the seven housemothers chosen by the Dean of Women’s office with the cooperation of the Dean of Students. Two of them. Miss Marguerite I.esher and Mrs. Eva Hoffmann, work full time, relieving the other five on their days off. Finally, located in Obi Main, arc the nurses under the direction of auma Gillian. This year Mrs. Josephine Nnmil was added to this capable staff. In the spring, these women represented Mil lersvillc at the interstate meeting of the College Health Conference for Nurse held at Bryn Mawr. llOt SE MO I HERS Miss Hill. Mrs. Ixscher. Mr-. BrcklolcJ. Mr . Hilliard, Mr . McDonald. Mr . Hoffmann. COLLEGE STORE MANAGER AND STAFF- Mr . Arlene Martin, Ted Warner, manager. 44LABORATORY SCHOOL Dr. .1 Kir hard Zerhy. principal; Mi- Yvonne li Murk. Miv Kl-ic II. Hosteller. Mi B.jiri..- Smith. Mb- udrry A. Ituric. Mite Micluudine A. Santaniello and Mr. Joseph J. DcRenzi . Tin- library education program. led by Mis- Coral Mclson. offers preparation ami study for library personnel. The students enrolled in the program have the opportunity to tuirk in the college library for on-the-job training. The courses offered acquaint the student with the reading interests of adults, teenagers, and children; the basic reference materials; and the organizing, classifying, and cataloging of materials in the library. Ihe laboratory school is an elementary school run by the college through the guidance of the director of the laboratory school. It includes a kindergarten. first through sixth grades, music office, health office, library, cafeteria, ami gymnasium. In the laboratory school, the college students may observe classroom situations. I luring the school year, the college students participate in the program of the laboratory school and thus gain valuable expe-riencc. I.litlt VH1ANS First Row: Mrs- Ida K. ('.lark. Mr-. Marian Kicflcr. Mr-. Dorothy avanaugh, Mr-. L.mr.i K. It. Docrini;. Mr . Elizabeth Farmer and Mi— I-jIm-IIc It. Ilu-tnn. Second Row: Mi— Donna Pell, Mr. Donald K. Tribit, Mi— Nora (i. Conrad. Mr-. K-ilier |{. White! and Mr. John S. Maine. Absent when neture was taken: Mi-. Rose I). Binkley. Mn. Ida K Tribii and Mi- Mary V. Mealheilow. 45Mr. William Wright rli cowcs hi- nol» with a -UnJrnt. Formrr I’rr-idrnt I). I., llifmrxlnltr greet Dr. Kolwrt dhri-tic. Mr. Harold Wei rich anil Dr. William Duncan iIimiini controvcoial policy. Mr. Robert Lyon explain .1 work of art. 46Three coedo welcome Charlie lwck !■ SENIORS Ijgl l MSlSMBM nSlSl Pil ltTl tjil kil i il hfl » i1 tnl lUnl il Pfl PiI ftf The members of the senior class, who have spent the past several years acquiring uii education, are confident that what the) have learned will prove to be advantageous in attaining their life’s goals. B availing themselves of the advantages of a college education, the seniors hope that lhe have obtained a ke to success for the future anil have prepared themselves for the challenges that the future will bring. Through perseverance and hard work, the members of the senior class have met the requirements necessary for their degree. Combining these trails and the knowledge that tliev have gained will help to insure a prosperous life. Each graduating senior has his ambitions. May his education, the kc) to the future that he most deserved!) has earned, lead him to the fulfillment of his aspirations. IROBERT Wil l | m B£|. Elementary Council l"f Exceptional Children. NVrittlil-'illc. Pa. DELORES LOUISE ADAMS .... GeU burg. Pa. Library Science Alpha Beta Alpha; Women’ Chorus; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Lulhrran Student Association; Intramural . WILLIAM JAMES ALBRICIIT .... Camp Hill. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Club; Sub .mu. MARY ANNE ALEXO...................................................Morton. Pa. Library Science Newman Club; Intramural ; Women's Clniru ; Alpha Beta Alpha. GEORGE MARTIN ALLMAN. HI • • • Lafayette Hill, Pa. Secondary Newman Club; Football; Golf Club. l AV|l) ALTHOL’SE ...... Akron. Po. Elementary wMl; Men’s Vanity Club. JO ANN ALTLAND...............................................York. Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International; Alpha Beta Alpha; Bella Phi Eta. WILLIAM KItCAR AMPS. JR. . . . llumrnelMown. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society. A. FREDERICK ANDERSON .... Millerevillc. Pa. Secondary Sm tal Studies Wrestling; Football; Men’s Day Student Aroociation. Secretary, Treasurer and President. WINIFRED JEAN ARNOLD .... Lrhanon. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Association for Childhood Eduealion International; Band: Hockey: Math Club. BRENDA KAY ATKINS..................................................Jonestown. P«. Elementary - ociution for Childhood Eduealion International: Choir. Ci rre.|M.ndins: Secretary ; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Vice President PATRICIA NELL ATTY..................................................Lancaster. Pa. ElementaryCAKOI. I Al'MENT IlnllWiHul. Pj. Secondary Band; Mu Kippa Mu. United Campus Christian Fellowship DIANNE M. BA BECK.......................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Inter-Vanity Christian Fellowship; Council for Exceptional Children; Student Guide. JOHN KING BAII.I.IE...............................................Sharon Hill. Pa. Industrial .lrl Football; M ihodi-t Student A weiiliog; Industrial Arts Society; Intramural ; Mcn'» Var iiy Club. DIXIE ELAINE BAIR...........................................Hununclrtown. Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Kditcation International; Council for Exceptional Children. WILLIAM HENRY BAMBKICK .... Pottsvillc. Pa. Elementary Newman Cluh; Men’s Community Association. Treasurer: Roddy Scientific Society; Intramural . BONITA LEE BARB...................................................Palmyra. Pa. Secondary Enttli h Club; Delta Phi Eta. Vice-President. CONNIE ROSE BARLEY...........................................Dallwlown. Pa. Elementary Council for Exceptional Children; WonirnV Oltorus. SUSAN BARNETT...................................................Liphisirect, I'a. Secondary Student Council. Secretary; Women's Community -a ciation. Vice.Presidenl: Snapper. SUZANNE JANE BATCHELOR .... Spring City. Pa. Secondary Majorette; Basslcr Geographic Society, Secretary: Newman Cluh; Basket hall; English Cluh. ROBERT CHARLES BEACH .... Uncaster. Pa. Secondary CAROL BEACHER.........................................................Danville. Pa. Set ondary Band; Delta Phi Eta, Treasurer; Mu Kappa Mu; Basketball. JOANN BEAM...........................................................Ephrata. Pa. Secondary ■ Mathematics Mu Kappa Mu; Lacrosse Club; Intramurals.Bclhlehrin, P». WILLIAM ANTHONY BEDICS Industrial Arts Newman Club; lnduslri.il AM Society. RICHARD WAYNE BEIIHENS . ILnU.ro.Pa. Secondary R.i kctball; Mull; ltilr.iiiinr.il-. Intercollegiate Conference on Government. JUDITH ANN IIEISSWANGER .... Hiding. Pa. Elementary Student Guide; oeialion l..r Childhood Kdur.ition lntrni.ition.il; Touchstone. J. PHILIP BENDER...............................................Jenkintown, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art-Society. JUNE LOUISE BLAIR.............................................Mycn.town.Pa. Elementary Alpha Beta Ipli.i. Ili l..ri.in: A-voeiation (or ( lnldlioo.1 Kdurj||»ii International; Intramural-. BARBARA V. BLODGETT .... Ixvittown. Pa. Elementary |l.i k 'il»all; Hockey; Touchstone; Intramural Goniinittcc, KATHERINE I.U RI.OM.MEKS .... Drcsol llill. Pa. Elementary .»i laiion fm ( .luldliooil Education International; Social Studio I lub; String Ensemble; Women Chorus. JOHN LOUIS BOCKELMANN .... Trnally.N.J. I lid initial Arts Band; Citamard; Industrial An-Society. DENNIS II IK)R 17. FiK.lball. Secondary I.it'll . I a. NANCY JANE BOWERS .... Wrighuvllle. Pa. Elementary WILMET ELYCE BOYD............................................Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary Student IVnri-ylvaiiiii Slate Education -»ncialion: Council lor Excrplion.il Children; Citamard; Women' Chorus; Student Guide. JUDITH ANN BRAAS............................................Millcmillc. Pa. SecondaryEI.I .ABF.TH A. BR ARSON Path Botiom. Pa. Liberal Arts Delta Phi Eij: Roddy Scientific Society. BARBARA K. BRACK Rl LI...................................Millrr villc.Pa. Secondary Xenophih- Sicicty. Prrddenl: Lutheran Student A—oci.itinn; Student IVnn»yl-vani Stale Education A—ociation: Junior Year Ahmad. France. DEAN ARTHUR BREDBENNER .... OTallon. Mo. Industrial Arts lnlor-Var ily Christian Fellow-hip; Imlu-irial Art Society; Student Council; Mm" Community A—ociation. JUDITH ANNE RREUII.......................................................Perkadr, Pa. Elementary (.'oilin'il for Exceptional I hildren; Snapper; Dormitory Council. GLADYS ANN BRINTON .... Peach Bottom. Pa. Elementary Cilumard; Social Studio CIIul»: A—ociation for Childliood Education Interna lional: lnlcr-Var»il Chri-liaii Fellow-hip: Women’ Choru ; B.i—ler Ceo-Itraphic Society. ELAINE MARIE BRODT...........................................Earton. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student A-wiciiition: Xcnophile Society: A M«i.iiiun lor liildhm.d Education International: Enieliiti Club; Intramural ; Girl ’Chora . IIIOMAS B. BROWN ..... llommcUtown, Pa. Liberal Arts PATRICIA ANNE BUCHIIALTER .... Folcrofl. Pa. Elementary Fre-limaii l la— Secretary; Snapper. Alrthudi ! Student Movement: Council lor Exceptional Children: Lacm—e ( lull. Treasurer; Student Cuide: A ocia lion (or ChildhoMl Educaiion International. WILLI AM FREDERICK BUCKKF.IS .... Altoona. Pa. Secondary R.i-Acth.ill: Math (dull; Newman! luh; Intramural . PATRICIA ANN BUDY......................................Lebanon. I a. SecondaryMathematics Student Guide: Newman (dull. Secretary: Lacro—e (dull, Prr idcnl; Srnial Studie Cluh. IfUloriaii: Math Club; Frodinun Orientation, Secretary. PATRICIA MARIE III RKI AND New nun « luh. Elernentarr Lanca-ler. Pa ANN CHERYL BUSHEY .... Arendt ville. Pa. Elementary Women’ Choru : Della Phi Eta; Pi Della Epvilon; A ociation for Childhood Education International; Snapper, Co-Editor.FRANK JOSEPH BYDI.ON l in (oid. Pd. Secondary Mu Kappa Mu; Student ».uiil»-; Nirv raaii Club; Intramural ; lnir.imnr.il Commiitri', Prniilcni. JOYCE CAROLYN CAMPBELL . . . Philadelphia. Pd. Elementary Si mb-n I Council. Corresponding Secretary; Oomiilnry Council; Choir: Young ! • piililir.m Cluli; A» ociation (or Childhood Education lnirrn.ilinn.il. JUDITH ELIZABETH CAMPBELL . . . Philadelphia. Pa. Sr con Jarv Younji Republican t luh; Social Studio (.'Ink Vice-Proidenl; Hello Phi Eta, Prr-idnil; Women' Community Awwiaiiun; Basketball; Women’ Var»il Cluli; IliiKoh i Geographic Society; lnlr.imur.il . M. CAROLE CAMPBEU............................................Hoverlnwn. Po. Secondary Xrnophilr Society; Social Studie Club; Engli h ( lub; WomenV Community Av-ociulinn; Aviminn Club. EDWARD WILLIAM CIIECKET .... Lebanon. Pa. Secondary-Mathematics Mu Kappa Mu; Phi Sigma Pi. Scerclory. BARBARA CHESTNUT .... Springfield. Del. Co.. Po. Elementary Hockey; Basketball: Women' Vordty Club, l’re ident; ldicm »eClub. LINDA IIELVESTON CHRONISTER . . . Clrnvide, Pa. Elementary Cilomord: Newman Club; Inirainural Coimniilrr. Corre»|H nding Secretary; Hockey; Women’ Vandty Club; Student Guide. JUDITH ANNE CIBULA.............................................UncaMer.Pa. I.ilxral Arts Social Studie Club; Della Phi Kid. DONNA LEE COBLE Touchstone. Elemental v Columbia. Pa. II ACIIKI. K. COI DKK.N Kngli-h Club. Secondary-English I .it it . Pa, PATRICIA ANN COMLY .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary WonicnV (horn . Manager; Dolphin Club; Newman Club, Secretary; Student Guide; ba'crowe Club. MARTIN EDWARD CONLEY .... Haver town. Pa. I ml ml rial Arts Soccer: Wri»»lling; Newman (.luh; Men'- Varsity Club; lmlu-in.il Art Society.J. RICHARD CONRAD....................................Wc l Willow, Pa. Elementary (amtied (nr Exceptional Children; Awuciiillon (or Childhood Education International. RONALD JAMES COYLE .... Philadelphia, Pa. Srcondar Social Studies Young Democratic Jlult: Social Studies !|ul : R.«»«lcr Geographic Society. JOAN MARION CRIST.............................................Guernsey. Pj. Secondary Majorette; English Club; Snapper: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education AnmirliMl. SHERYL JEANNE CURRAN .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary-Mathematics Girl ’ Choru : Mu Kappa Mu: Student Guide. RICHARD K. DARBY......................................................Linca.lrr. Pa. I.iheral Art.s-Soi iolv t) JAMES M. DAVIDSON. JR. .... Ciimanilnwui. N.J Industrial Arts Rod ami Cun Club. Secretary: Kootlull; lixlii-trial Ml S« irt . M ARGARET MARY DKI.ANKN . Enirvicw Village. Pa. Elementary Basketball: New mail Club; Xcnophile Sreirty. LINDA JOAN D’ESPOSITO .... Prospect Park. Pa. Elementary Xritophilp Society: IntrainuiaU: Association for Cliildltood Education Inta'inatioiial. KATHRYN MARA DN' n H Newman Hull, Elementary I j nc toga, Pa. ELIZABETH E DINOES..........................................Millrrsvillr. Pa. Elemental Sophomore Class Treasurer: Women's Day Student Association, Representative and President: Newman Club: Council bit Exceptional Children. LINDA I.. DOIINER...............................................Manhrini. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association; Omneil (« i Exceptional Children. MARTHA J. DOSKOCIL ... Hanover. Pa. Elementary Student Guide; Class Secretary.DIANA I.EE DOUGLAS (.'uy.iliog.-i Full . Ohio Elementary Basketball: Choir; Women's Varsity Cluh; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Secretary; lnir.iiiiiir.ilx. SUSAN A. DUDLEY...................................................Mormvillr. Pa. Elementary Dormitory Council; Snapper. Feature Editor; Student Council; Tennis; I’i Della F|.-il..n, DUANE G. EASTBUKN.................................................Avondale, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society, Vice-President. AK Till It KDWAltDS......................................Wind Cap. Pa. Industrial Arts CAROL DIAN ELY...................................................Montrose. Pa. Library Science Alpha Bela Alplta, Treasurer. FRANCES LOUISE ENGLE.......................................Lancaster.Pa. Elementary Women’ Day Student Association; Touchstone. -MILDRED C. ENCE1.......................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Association for Childhood Education International, Secretary; Social Studies Club; ( hoir. JEAN SUSAN F.NCLEBACII.........................................Lebanon, Pa. Elementary Association for Childh..I Education International; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Newman Club; S«k i.iI Studie Club. BETSY FACA...................................................Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. President; Student Council; Xenophile Society; Association for Childhood Education Inlet national. SUZANNE E. FEGAN.................................................Lebanon. I»a. Elementary Association lor Childhood Education International; Hockey: Baxkctliall: Student Guide; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. ALAN PAUL KEHII.........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Rod and Cun Club: Touchstone. |plu Phi Omega: Council for Exceptional Children; Intramural . JOHN I- FEISTEK.............................................Nanon. Pa. Sec on Jar) Bavder Geographic Society; Social Studies Club.CHERYI. KATHRYN KELTS Springfield. Dr). Co.. Pa. Elementary □tmiyrd; Intramural ; Student IVnn.yltaniu Slate Education A—ociution. ROGER CARROL KEI.TY Citamard. Elementary Lebanon, Pa. RONALD JOSEPH FERENCF. . . . Point Plca'inl. Pa. Inti a ft rial .-Iris Soccrr, Co-Caplain; Track; McnV Yar-ily Club; Wicker-, Vicr-Pti-idem; InduMrial n Society; Orientation Tribunal. DOLORES I FETTERHOFF Xciiopliilr Society. Elementary Tower City. Pa. JUDITH LEE KISH El........................................York. Pa. Elementary MARTHA E. FOIU.K ..... Quarryville. Pa. Liberal ArtyOiolagy CAMERON OSBORN FREEMAN .... Villaiuwa. Pa. Elementary Student Guide; l.acm»«c Club; A—oeialion (or t.hildhood Education International. SYLVIA JEAN FREEMAN .... Lancaster. Pa. Seeandar Young Democratic Club; Social Studie- (ilub. JOSEPH A. FREIWALI) .... Fairies Hills Pa. Secondary Mu Kappa Mu; Inlramurals ROBERT ALLAN FRICK .... New Province. Pa. Elementary RONALD HARRY FRICKER .... Pm.,wet Park. Pa. Induxtrial Arts Ba-cball; Men'- Var-ity Club. Trcawrrr: Phi Sigma Pi: lndn«trial Art Society. RICHARD L. FRUHUNCER .... Lancaster. Pa. 1.1 her al A ris-Eionomics Entomology Club.PAlll. EDWAKI) FUNK ... Soudrrton.Pa. Secondary Roddy Scientific Society. ANN ELIZABETH FUTEH . • • New Holland. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association; Women’ Clmm : Student Pennsylvania Stale Education V M. aii»n. RICHARD M. CAI.BREATH..................................Manhcim. Pa. Secondary' MARY ANN GARRETT........................................Pirkcsbur . I’a. Elementary Studrni Pennsylvania Stale Education Association, Snwtir) : Women' Clmm : Canterbury Club. THERESA GENTILE................................................Pottmillc, Pa. Secondary Student Guide; Snapper. CAROLYN ELAINE GERBER...........................................York.Pa. Elementary Newman Club; Association lor Childhood Education Inlcrnalional. JOHN PHILIP GERBER.......................................York. Pa. Secondary Rod and Clin Club. ViccProidmi and President; Newman Club; Social Studies (.lull. GAIL ANITA GERHARD........................................... Pa. Semndar EnnU h Choir; Della Phi Ela; l'npli-h Club: Touchstone, Co.editor; Sludenl IVnnvyl ania Slate Edueation Association. DONNA KAE GERHART...............................................Steven . Pa. Elementary Dolphin Club: Snapper: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association. RICHARD JOHN GILLIAKI) .... lamca-tcr. Pa. Secondary -Enitlnh ROBERT LEE GILLILAND .... Shiilryburfi. I’a. Industrial .iris Industrial Arts Society: Aviation Club; Technical Art Club. Secretary. GEORGE SHAEFFER CI.ATFEI.TER .... York. Pa. Elementary •BARBARA ANN COCKER Hanover. Pa. Secondary Social Studio Club: Lutheran Student A» oeiation; Touchstone, Activities Editor; Women" Choru . BKTHANNE GRACE................................................Ku.hland. Pa. Elementary Canterbury Club. Secretary and Treasurer; Social Studio Club; Kngli-di Club; Clioir. RUTH ADELE GRAHAM..............................................Urn-arter. Pa. Elementary JUDITH ELAINE GROVE..................................................York. Pa. Elementary Association l«.r Childhood Education ltit. rnali-ui.il. ELAINE A. GUGERTY..............................................Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary Snapper; United Christian Cnm|iu» Kollo ship; Association lor Childhood Kduralion International; Council (or Exceptional Children: Delta Phi Ktu. GEORGE ROBERT CUI.VAS .... Kington. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society; Newman Club. LOUISE EI.I ABETII Cl LVAS Band. Elementary Lancaster. Pa. KI.OISE ROBERTA IIAAG.........................................la-banon. Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International: Council for Exceptional Children: Intramural . REGINA ANNE HAAG...............................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary Tenni : Women's Varsity Club: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: National Education Association. II. SCOTT HABLE...........................................IjnraMor, Pa. Secondary ( omprehenuh e Science TERHIE SUSANNE HACKMAN .... latnrasler. Pa. Elementary Stuilcnt Pennsylvania Stale Education s«o iaiion. PAUL E. IIA DEI ELD...................................................Levittovtn. Pa. Industrial Alls Indu-trial Art Society.MAM SUSAN HAEFNF.K IjncaMer. Pa. New nun (Jab. Elementary THOMAS NORMAN HAIN .... Elwabetl.ville. Pa. Secondary Knot lull; Basketball: Track; Men's Varsity Olulc Entomology Club. PEGGY JEAN IIAI.BACH Hockey. Elementary Lrnla. Pj. DAVID R. HAl.ni.EIU........................................Mount Joy. Pa. Elementary JOYCE DOROTHY HALI.................................FcaMrmllc.Pa. Hotkey: Women's Adviser. Secondary Varsity Club. Sec ret a ry; Dolphin Club. Secretary and S. nior ELIZABETH ANNE IIAMAKER .... Columbia. Pa. Elementary STANLEY E. HAMIlERCEH..........................................York. Pa. Elementary Student Guide: Council lor Exceptional Children; A oeiation (or Childhood Education International. NANCY CAROLYN HAMILTON .... Ilarri burg. Pa. Elementary BARBARA IIAMME..................................................Norristown. Pa. Elementary Giuneil (or Exceptional Children, Secretary and Publicity Chairman: A socia-lion (or Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Educa lion Association; Ha kcthall Manager. MARCIA LEE IIAMMF.I..........................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary Choir; Citaniurd: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Vsmialioa; Newman Club, Historian. WILLIAM DAVID IIAMP.......................................Licit . Pa. Secondary-Social Studies Soeial Studies Club; Men’s Day Student Association. RONALD DAVID HAMSHEK......................................... on. Pa. Elementary Auoeiation (or Childhood Education International; Madrigal .PAMELA MARIE HANNAHS . . . Kcnnelt Square. Pa. Elementary vnnation for Childhood Education International; Intramural'. PENNY ELAINE HAKHAUGil .... Hurritburg. Pa. Elementary Dolphin'; l.ij«rrllr ; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Wociiiii ; Girls' Chorus. GERALD LEE IIAKDING..................................................Denver. Pa. Liberal Arts-Economics Foot lull: lnir.miiir.il'; Goll Club. Srciriary: Min’- Varsity Club. FI.OKKNCK ANN IIARDNEI.E .... Columbia. Pa. Library Science Alpha Brin Alpha. Recording Secrriary. GEORGE LEWIS HARMAN. JR.................................Lykcns Pa. Seronrlary Football; Men's Varsity Club; Socinl Sindh- Club; Intramural ; Orientation Tribunal. FRANCES ROSALYN HARRISON .... Lancaster. Pa. Elementary JACK H. HARTMAN...............................................Lebanon. Pa. Secondary-St iencr Senior Class President; Intramural'. ROBERT LEONARD HARTMAN .... Allmtoun. Pa. Industrial Arts Rod and Cun Club; Industrial Vrt S eiri). BARBARA W. HARZ..................................................Lonsdale. Pa. Elementary Methodist Student Muwinenl; «« cialion for Childhood Education International. Vice-President; Student Guide; Student Pennsylvania State Education "ociati«n: Won»en'« Choru». NANCY E. HAWES...................................................Ardsley. Pa. Sei ondary Choir; Methodist Student Movement, Publicity Chairman: Mu Kappa Mu; Delta Phi Eta. CAROLYN JANE HEATH...................................Dover. Pa. Elementary JOY JONES HEININGER....................................York. Pa. ElementaryHarrisburg, Pa. CAROLINE HR DFORD HEISLER Elementary LEWIS EL HEMMER...................................................Lancaster, Pa. Li hr rut Arts Sicial Studies Club; Student Guide. JANE E. IIENKY ...... Norristown. Pa. Secondary Kntfli-li Club; Tourhstone. Seniors Editor. C KENNETH HKRSHEY.............................................Manheim.Pa. Industrial Ails LOIS A. IIKRT7.I.ER........................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary BETTY LOUISE HESS.............................................Peach Bottom, Pa. Elementary Choir; Association lor (.liitdhood Education International. BEVERLY J. HESS...........................................Willow Street. Pa. Elem rn taty-Special Education Iliter Varsity Christian Fellowship. LINDA |„ HESS ...... laineaster. Pa. Secondary Young Democratic Club. GERALD PAUL HESTER...............................................W.m«il n.Pa. Elementary Rod ami t .1111 Club; Intramural Committee. JANET II ETHER INCTON .... Elkin. Park. Pa. Elementary Choir; Dormitory (joined; Siudi-nt Council; Association lor ChibliMMid Education International. JAMES H. HETRICK....................................................Harrisburg. Pa. Liberal Arts-Soeiolog,i DAVID ERMOLO HILBERT . . . . . Reading.Pa. Industrial Arts Alpha Phi Omega; Band. President; Indu.trial Arts Society. Treasurer: Technical Art Club.CAROL ANN HIM K Li I nil Aru La Deader. Pa. JEKE HINDEN Snapper. Secondary Lancaster, Pa. DEANNA MAE MINES....................................................Lancadrr. Pa. Li her a! Art Ruddy Scientific Society. VIC.TORIA LEE HISEV .... Leacock, Pa. Elementary 11 ik-key: Delia Phi El a, Secretary; Intramural . LOUISE MAE HOFFMAN .... Harrl.bur Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Intramural . PATRICIA ANN HOFFMAN .... lanudalr. Pa. Elementary rii«|i|iile Society; Intramural ; Dormitory Council; Delta Phi Eta. JERE ROUERT IIOIN..............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary W icker». Secretary and Trea»urer. KATHLEEN E. IIOISINCTON Choir. Elementary Cull(|cvillf, Pa. CRAIG EUGENE HOKE.................................................E» i Berlin. Pa. Secondary Foot lull. Iki'ketlull; Tenni»; Social Stuilie Club; Rod and Cun Club. TERRY E. HOLLAND.........................................York. Pa. Setondary Social Studie- Club; Phi Sittma Pi; Young Democratic I.lull. CAROL JEAN HOLST.........................................Clcnolden. Pa. Elementary Clteerleader, Co-Captain; Student Guide; Cheerleadinj: Club; Dormitory Council; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association: Council lor Exceptional Children; Wonirn’ Var»ity Club. MICHAEL L HOMSIIER............................................Lancaster. Pa. Setondary Xcnophilc S icty. Trcavurcr.SARAII L llo MSI IE It Ephrata. Pa. Elementary-Special Education Snapper, Aiworiate Faliior; Collrj-e l niversity Division of I Ik Columbia Schola -lie IVw Aftnritlion; Choir, State Choir; Pi Della Epsilon; Sweet hear! Queen; Ilomo nniini: Queen. MAHYJANE l«N)|)...............................................Yeadon. Pa. Elementary-An Choir; Association (nr Childhood Education lniern.iiion.il; Citamard: Council lor Exceptional Children; Women Chorus; l)ell.i I’lii Ela. DEANNA MAE HOOVER .... EliulKihrille. Pa. Elementary (.lioir; »»nrialion (or Childliood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; .Social Studie. (dull. Treasurer; Student Guide. I.EROY T. HOPKINS .... t-incasier.Pa. I.i hr ml Arl NANCY DIANE HOSTETLER . . . . UnUmtown. Pa. Elementary Hand; Choir, Accompanist; Lutheran Student Association; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. MARY LOU HOUSER...........................................U,raster. Pa. Secondary Della Phi Eta; Choir; lnler-Var-ity Christian Fellowship. DENNIS I.EE HOWE..............................................Ephrata. Pa. Secondary Rod and Gun Cluh; Ravdrr Geographic Society. JANE S. IIOWELl................................................Quarryvillr. Pa. Elementary EARL E. MOWER..................................................Newport, Pa. Secondary F'ootlull: Wresiling; Mm's Varsity dul»; IntraniuiaU; Entomology Club. PAULA JEANNE IHJGGINS .... Dune.muon. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Education svmaiiim, Treasurer; Touchstone, Associate Elinor; Xcuophile Society; Women Cliorus. PATRICIA LOUISE HUMMEL . Bethlehem. Pa. Elementary Dolphin t luh; enophilr Society; Student Pennsylvania State Education v». elation. Rcpresentative-al-Largc; Intramural . THOMAS DAVII) HUNTINGTON .... Ephrata. Pa. Setondary Newman Cluh; English Club; Citamard; Student Guide.KENNETH KICHAKI) HUSSAR Philadelphia, l i. Elementary Englidi Club. Treasurer; Intramural : Student Guide: Snapper. ANN MARIE IU.IG..................................................Bird boro. Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student A»»iriiti»n; A»Micialinn for Childhood Education International; Dolphin Club; Intramural . JUDITH JEANETTE JACKSON .... ChrUtiana, Pa, Elementary Women' Choru ; Lutheran Student ociation; Social Studio C.lul . Treasurer; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education A o iation. Viee-Pn-iilent. RUBY A. JACOBS ..... Spring Grove. Pa. Secondary Social Studio Cluli; Aviation Club. NANCY ELAINE KAPP.................................................York. Pa. Elementary Clvoir; lllark and Cold: no|iliil Society; Stud m IVmi ylvania State Education Aowulinn; Association (or Childhood Education International. l VRV MMN K l FFM N Clioru . Elementary Wvomiting. Pa. SUZANNE J. KAUFFMAN.................................York. Pa. Setondary -English English Club, Secretary; Student Cuide; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education A» orialion. VINCENT I.. KEAGY.......................................................Millcrsvillr. P«. Industrial dm Sneer; Baseball; Ba«kotl .dl. ETHEL A. KEEFER . . ... I.anra trr. Pa. Secondary -Enylixh BONNIE LOUISE KEENER........................................Columbia. Pa. Elementary BONNIE LOU KELLER.................................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary lta keil all: A -oci.ition lor Childhood Education International: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Domtitory Couneil; Intramural . BRENDA OWEN KENDERDINE .... Unea.trr, Pa. Elementary Association lor Cliildluiod Education International: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association: Intramural .JURE If. RENDER DINE...........................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary Wrr.tling. GeCa plain; Football; Men'i Varsity lu! . MARI IN NORWOOD KEN EE. JR...........................York. Pa. Secondary Mary It. Slokum Sproul Public Speaking I'rizr. PAUL II. KERI'KK .... Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Industrial Arty MARSIIA KAY KINBACK..............................................Harrisburg. Pa. Elementary llockcy; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education A-mh lalion; Avvoriatinn l»r Childhood Education International. MARY I.. KI.M'K............................................Middle!,urg. Pa. Secondary Sii-iul Studio I duli; lnirr-Van ity Christian Fellowship. WILLIAM R. KLEINFELTER .... Middletown. Pa. Elementary BRENDA KAY KLINGER ... • Lewinown. Pa. Secondary Social Studio (dub; Delta Phi Eta; Student Pennsylvania State Education V'-MH-ialion. JUDITH C KNOTT.............................................Springfield. I a. Library Science lartONCClob; Alpha Beta Alpha; Social Studio (dub. MARGARET A. KNOX....................................York. Pa. Elementary BARBARA HOFFER KOENG .... Millemvillr, Pa. Liberal Arty Rand; Della Phi Eta. KATHY KONDISKO..................................Malunoy City. Pa. Secondary Newman Club; Engli.h Club; Student Council: Women’ Community A»»ocia-tion. Sec retary ; Dormitory Council. SAMUEL LEWIS KOONS. JR. .... Shillington. Pa. Liberal Arts Citamard; Lutheran Student Vv ociation; Englidi .Club; Rand; Tau Gamma Lambda. Recording Set retary.ALFRED W. KOTCIII..............................................1-inniMrr. Pa. Elementary Newman (Huh; Him! and Cun Club. THEODORE I.OI IS KOTKKWAS . . Carrolltnwn. Pa. Elementary Football; Mi n' Vur ily Club; Newman Club. JOSEPH PRESTON KRAMER FimiiImII; Wrestling. Sri titulary Columbia. Pa. THOMAS MICHAEL KRAMI.IK ... IVikanc, Pa. Secondary Intramural ; Student Pennsylvania State Education Avociulion. PATRICIA ANN KRAMMKR .... Lafayette Hill. Pa. Secondar Cher Header; Women' Viir-ily (Huh; Delta Phi Eta. FRIEDUNDE KRATZ . . . . . Lancaster. Pa. Secondary-Oer man X«n»i|»hil - Society. LEE H. KROW.......................................................Lancaster, Pa. Secondary Aviation Club, President; Student Council; Men’ Day Stuiirnl A ocialion, Tre.i urer. RICHARD R. KRHMIIINF................................................Lebanon. Pa. Industrial Arts lndu«trial Art Society; linlu-iri.il Art Honor Society. DIANE BERNICE KUIIAK...............................................Cheater. Pa. Elemental) Dol|iliin Club, Treasurer; United C.mi|iu Chriftian Fellowship. NANCY ELLEN KURTZ.............................................NorrUtown. Pa. Sr t taidar y-EncIt sh Hockey; Chet-Hcading lull. GLORIA JEAN LAROSKY...................................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary lnter-V.ir ity Christian Fellowship: Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. INTA ANITA LACIS ..... I-jncu ter, Pa. Secondary Erigli h Club. Provident.Stowe. Pa. MICIIA HI. JOHN LallODA. JK. . Liberal Art Bjm-ImII: Basketball; Mm'i Varsity Club: Social Studir Club. PRISCILLA EMILY LAINC .... Southampton. Pa. Elementary Cheerleader. Co-da plain. JANET M. LANDIS............................................Quarryville. 1’a. Secondary Delta Pin Eta: Band: Entomology (Tab: Dormitory Grnncil. MARIANNE I.ANCENBUCHER...................................York. Pa. Liberal Am Newman Club; Delta Phi Eta; Xenophile Society. CHARLES II. I.ANTZ Choir. I ml ml util Arli I.anca»tcr. I’a. ANN LOUISE LARKIN.......................................Red Lion. Pa. Elementary LINDA CLARK LAWTON......................................LitiU. I’a. I'n blit School Xnriinfi LREL LILLIAN LAWTON.........................................Lan»downe. Pa. Elementary United Campu Christian Fellowship: Snapper; Intramural ; Social Studio Club; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Women' Chora . ANITA LOUISE LEHMAN..............................................Bedlord.Pa. Secondary Social Studies Club: Lutheran Student Association. BARBARA JEAN I.EIBY...........................................Norwood. I’a. Elementary Women'V Chnru ; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Color Guard: Methodist Student Movement. BETTY ANN LEWIS.................................................Carversville. Pa. Li hr nr v Scienci H. RICHARD LEWIS..................................................Buffalo, N. Y. Secondary Kre-hinan (.la President; Roddy Scientific Society.JAMES PAUL LEWIS...................................................Studios. Pa. Industrial Arts LINDA LEE LIGHT....................................................Lebanon. Pa. Elementary Delia Phi Eta: Intramural : Mu Kappa Mu; Association (or Childhood Education Inlernalionul. Dl.'WAYNE K. UTZ..............................................Millcmille. Pa. Elementary Student Council. Oa » Representative ami Represent at ive-at-I.arge; Student Guide: Newinan Club; Association for Childhood Education International. President: Young Democratic ('.lull. LINDA LOU LLEWELLYN .... Midland Circle. Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania State Eduration Association: Alpha lh-la Alpha; Lacrosse Club. WILLIAM RAY LOERCHER .... Manheim. Pa. Secondary Tennis; Basketball; Roddy Scientific Society; Men's Day Student Association, Reprcs«nlallvc-at-ljir|tc; Captain of Tennis Team. JAMES M. LOGAN Intramural . Set on da r v • Hiologv Lebanon. Pa. AUDREY ANNE LONG.........................................Lancaster.Pa. Serondary-C.omftrehenut e Science Newman Club; Women'. Chorus. K. EILEEN LONG.................................................Reinhold . Pa. Secondary Social Sludir (ilub: Tom hslone, (joEditor; Delta Phi Eta. JOANNE MARIE I.ONGENECKER . . Washington Borough. Pa- Elementary Inter-Varsity Chri-tian Fellow.hip. SHARON LEE I.OUCKS......................................Middletown. Pa. Secondary (let m an Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: Xetiophile Society; Technical Arts Club; Cilanwrd. VERNON LUDWIG . ... Roih‘villr, Pa. Elementary Council (or Exceptional Children. JAMES ALAN LUTZ......................................................Denver. Pa. Liberal Arty Choir; Phi Sigma Pi, President.KF.RMIT II. I.YM . JK. West Chester. Pa. Industrial Arts DOROTHY I.OUISE MADONNA .... Concstoca. Pa. Secondary Roddy Scientific Society, Secretary; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Entomology Club. JULIA RUTH MAFF...............................................Harrisburg. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Intramurals. ANNE BOWMAN MAHAN Snai i er. Elementary Wayne. Pa. STEVEN MANDKS.........................................Willow Grove. Pa. Industrial Arts KATHLEEN MARIE MANNING .... Columbia. Pa. Library Science MARLETTE ANN MANTE .... Forty Fort, Pa. Elementary Methodist Student Movement, Secretary, President: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Women's Clioru . GEORGIA L MANTEL!..................................................Narvon.Pa. Secondary Social Studies Club; Xenojdtile Society; Inlramurals; Student Guide; Yount! Democratic Club, Secretary and President; Intercollegiate Conference on Go ernmrnl. Treasurer. THOMAS MARK MARINO .... Toms River. N. J. Secondary-Eli nh v i Football: Ra e|iall. Captain. NANCY JEAN MARKI.EV...............................................Narbcrth. Pa. Elementary Citam ird; Touchstone; Association (or Childhood Education International. JAMES E. MARSTEIJ.AR...................................York. Pa. Elementary PEARL W. MARTIN...............................................L™la. Pa. Secondary Mu Ka| | a Mu. Vice-President; Women's Day Student Association. Senior Representative.NORMAN S. MART INSEN . . Croydon. Pa. Industrial Arts Rod and Cun Club. ROTH REBECCA M AT ..........................................Drover. Pa. Elementary Council lor Exceptional Children; Association (or Childh « d Education International; Intramural'. DOROTHY THERESA MAOCER . . . Rryn Mawr.P . Secondary Hockey; Intramural Committee, Secretary; Xrnophih- Society; Student Penn oylvaniu Stale Education Association. FRANCIS E. MAZZA................................................Eauon.Pir. I.the ill Arts-Covernment Baseball; Newman Club, Vice-President and Regional Dirretor: Intramural': Oriental ion Tribunal. DENNIS IIODY McDONAI.1) .... Warminster. Pa. Industrial Arts Soccer; Student Cuide; Newman Club. WILLIAM SCOTT McLENNAN .... Wharton. N. J. Industrial Arts Intramural ; Swimming; Men’s Varsity Club; Nrwntan Club; Industrial Art Society; Industrial Art' Honor Society: Student Council; Junior Cla»« Vice-President; Men' Community Association. CAROLYN MeMORAN.................................................Narlicrlli. Pa. Elementary -Special Education Hockey; Women Varsity Club. Vice-President; Association ( r Cbildliood Kdm.iturn International; Council (or Exceptional Children; Mu Kappa Mu. BARRY E. Me NEW................................................Waynesboro. P«. Industrial Arts Technical Arts Club; Bund: Choir; Industrial Art Society; Alpha Phi Omega. CHARLES ALLEN McNlCHOI............................................Philadelphia. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society. ROSEMARY JOY MrQUATB .... Ephraia.Pa. Second an Rand; I niteil Campus Christian Fellowship. WARREN E. MKLI.INGKR..........................................Liiiue. Pa. Secondary ■Corn firehrn si ve Science Roddy Scientific Society: Entomology Club. WILLIAM DONAT MEI.LINCER .... Lancn.ler. Pa. Elementary Newman (.lub.Mnngdon, Md. THERESA ELIZABETH MEREDITH Library Science lpha Ih-iti Alplu. DONALD ROBERT METZGAR .... Analomink. Pa. Industrial Arts Indu-trial An Society; Coll Club, Treasurer; liilr.itmir.il-. LINDA OBERN MILLER .... Manchester. Pa. Elementary Women' Outrun; A- oeJation lor Childhood Education Internationals Council lor Exceptional Children. Treasurer; Student Penn ylv.»nia Stale Education Association. ROBERT E. MILLER..................................................Ltncanlrr. Pa. Secondary Ruddy Scientific Society: Entomology Club. ROGER CHARLES MOIIR................................................Orefie!d,Pa. Industrial Arts Indu-iriul Ait Society; Student Pennsvlsania State Education Association: Intramural ; Baseball: National Industrial Art- Av—cution. RK HARD J. MONK We-t Pitt-ton. Pa. Secondary-Hicdogy Men' Varsity Club; Alplu Phi Omega, Alumni Secretary; Student Pennsylvania State Education -oeialion; Intramural-; Iraek. Manager. ELIZABETH ANN MONSELI...........................................Brllrfonte.Pa. Library Science Alpha Bela Alplu; Intramural Committee. EDGAR OSBORNE MOORE .... Walllnglord. Pa. Industrial Arts Indu-trial Art Society ; B.im-ImII: Intramural-. JOHN JAMES MORGAN.................................................Norwood. Pa. Secondary Ctuoft-Coiintry; Track: McnV Vur«ity Cluh: Newman Club. BETTY JEAN MORROW .... Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary-Social Studies Sori.il Studio Club; Ecoimmie- (dub. Treasurer: Intramuial . GLORIA JEAN MOYER.............................................Ixbanon. Pa. Elementary Tennis; V" x i.ition for Childliood Edueation Inlcmational; Student Pennsylvania State Education A « ciation. DIANNA M ARC A RITE MULLEN ... Media. Pa. Elementary lla-kelhall; Women'- Clinrus; A ociali«ti lor Childhood Education International; Intramural .JAMES FRANCIS MIISSKK lanraatcr, Pa. Hand; Choir. Secondary PIIILLIP PHELAN MUTH .... Mount Wolf. Pa. Secondary Cn . -G)utilry: Track: Men' Var-il Clul : Cltatiurd. I llARTIIEI.F.I)A CAROL MYERS Elementary Choir. Ea t Petersburg, Pa. FRANCES K. MYERS..................................Mount Wile, Pa. Secondary Ki■ t;I• -1■ Club: Snapper, Feature Editor. SUSAN SMITH MYERS...........................................Camp Hill. Pa. Elementary Xrnopliili- Society; l.olh'Tan Student Vvnuialion; Student Pcnn»ylvunia State Education A«mw iuiitin: .«oci linn for Cliildh.Mol Education International; Senior (Mass Treasurer. LEE JOSEPH NF.AI..................................................Churrltvillr. Pa. Secondary Scientific Society. President and Vice President: Mu Kappa Mu: Intcr-Var-ity Christian Fellow-hip. THEODORE ROBERT NICHOLS .... Lcola.Pa. Secondary MnT« Day Student Association, President; Swimming. MARLENE NIEMOND...................................Mifflin town. Pa. Library Science Choir; Alpha llrtj Alpha DONALD SAMUEL NJEPEM AWONNIE . Sierra lax.nr. West Africa Secondary Soccer; I!.i—Lt Geographic Society. ERIC DAVID OLENA..................................................Hrr«hry. Pa. Liberal Arts H AZEL OKU.............................................Havertown, Pa. Elementary ( itanurd. Vice-Pr-'ident; Alpha P-i Omega, Secretary Treasurer; Women's Community A— orialion; Hockey; Women’s Choi us; Association for Lhildliuori Education International. PATRICIA KAY ORRIS .... Mechnnirshurg,Pa. Secondary Lutheran Student Association: Basketball; Mu Kappa Mu: Women's Clu.nrs: Clioir.CHARLES II. ORTMAN .... Willow Crow. Pa. F.lr mentary Pool hall; Basketliall; Raw lull; Track; Mm'. Variil) Cluh; Dormitory Counsel. HOWARD C. PEARSON .... Willow Crow, Pa. Industrial Art» lndu-tri.il Art Society. KENNETH PECK. JK.................................................Souderton. Pa. Secondary Alpha Phi Omega, Second Vice-President. MARY LOUISE PECK..................................................Lan dale, Pa. Elementary Hockey; lta kcllull; Women" Varsity Club: Association h r Childhood Education International; Intramural Committee. Treasurer. DONNA WILLIAMS PETERS .... Norristown, Pa. Elementary Basketball Manager: Council h»r Exceptional Children, President; Association (or Childliood Education International; Della Phi Eta; Dormitory Council. QUINTEI.LE YVONNE PETTIFERDE . . Philadelphia. Pa. I’lildic School :Varsing Citarnard: Association (or Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Photography Cluh. Secretary and Treasurer. JAMES JOHN PHILLIPS .... Palisade Park. N.J. Li her a! Arts Basketball, 0o- aplain: Baseball; Newman Cluh: Social Studies Cluh; Football BONITA IRENE POKE.................................................York. Pa. Elementary lnter-Var ily Christian Fellowship; Social Studies (dub; Student Pennsylvania State Education ocialinn. BAR KARA L POSTEN...............................................I Jiwa.ier. Pa. Elementary Women' Clioru ; Madrigal . JUDITH KAY POTTER............................................Colombia. Pa. Elementary JOANNE C. I'll I ESTER Majorette. Elementary latneaMer, Pa. ELAINE RUTH PROSSER .... Gettysburg. Pa. Elementary Choir; Lutheran Student Wociation, President; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Intramural .FREDERICK MARTIN PRYOR .... Ephrata, Pa. Srcondaty Raider Geographic Society. ERMETE JOSEPH KAFFAELLI .... Reading. Pa. I ml ml riot Arts Industrial Art Society. JANE LOUISE REEDER.............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Hockey: Cheerleader: Tennis; Women Varsity ( lull ALICE K. REESE..................................................PotMvillr. Pa. Secondary fetl odi«t Student Movement; Women's Chtuu«; Student Pennsylvania State Eduration Association: Intramural : Ba ler Geographic Society. ROBERT ELMER REESF.R Social Studies Quit Secondary Cap. Pa. ANN I REIIMEYER Rand. Elementary Stewartstown. Pa. ROMAINE REINIIOLI).......................................Reading. Pa. Elementary Dolphin Club: Student Pennsylvania State Edueation Association: Association (or Childhood Education International. JAMES L REISER, II...........................................JoluMtown. Pa. Secondary Football; Student Council. RUTH ELEANOR REITZ.......................................Allentown.Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association. Vice-President anti Secretary: Student Pennsylvania Stale Edueation Association; Association lor Childhood Education International: Women's Chorus. CAROLYN ANN REYNOLDS .... Lancaster. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Society; Newman Club. RICHARD A. RHOADS .... (junpMItown. Pa. Secondary SANDRA K RICHARD...............................................Elysburg. Pa. Secondary Xenopbile Society, President; Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Methodist Student Movement: Touchstone.BARBARA RIGHTMIRE Della, Po. Elementary Delia I’lii Eia: llaml; Women’ Glmru : .Meihodirt Siudenl Movement; A o- rialion for ......... E.lu. .iii-.n lnt in.iti«n.il; Minimi Penn ylvunia Slate Education •••.trial ion; Intramural : Student Guide; Social Si U dir ( lull. K.-|.r.- iilative-at-l-uxe. JANE I). KINEER..........................................Lmm.ier. Pa. Serowlary KI.AINK M VRIK RINEHART choir. El r mm Inn S|irinu Grove, IV ICORERI I. RINEHART l.ilirml Att York. I'd. ANDREA ROBISON .... Washington Growing. Secondary il,iin.ii.|; Slu.iml Pmntylvanln Sl.ilr Education A » -|aii»n. S.-en-lury; Snapper, Co-Editor; Odlcxc-Univeidly l)ivi»ion of I lie % lutnl i.i S. I»ula«tii Pro .rialion. Pre ideiii; 1 1 Della E|i llon. ELIZABETH A. ROESER . . . . York. IV Elementary Nflwltidii luli; Women' Huy Stu.lmi A mm i.iliuu. Junior Re|irr enlalive. SANDY BOSTOI.SKY .... Uncartrr.Pa. JOAN K. ROYI.E........................................................Phoenixvllle, Ha. Minty Sclent e K.nyli-li Gluli; N.vrinuii Gluli; Xen.»|iliile Si.ieiy: Siu.I.ml Pennsylvania Slate K.In.mii..n mIimii , Intramural AUDREY ANN RUDY.........................................................Her.hey.Pa. Elementary Lutheran Slu.iml A......iatlon; Sturlenl IVnn 'lvania Stale Education - o. iiiii.ui. JOANNE D. SAHMS........................................................York. Pa. Elementary Dol|ilnn Gluli. Preii.uirr; Women' Glioiu : nriuiinn (nr hlldhixid E.lui a lion liii.'iii.iiioiml; Siu.lenl IVnn»ylviinin Stale Education A»""rialkMi; Inira niiir.il : Sm.l. iil Guide. WILLIAM LAMAR SANNI . . . Gciiy-hum. IV Elementary It.i-kcilull; Mm' Vanity Cluh DAVID LUKE SADDER.................................................Kphruta. IV Elementary linir, Senior Bepii - Maine und Slu.iml Diieciur.IflllN I.IN Wool I SAY Fit l.ihrml Arts E|'lil jt.l. I’ll. IIAKHARA ANN SAYLOR Me turn tat) Al|»lm llrid Alplm; Suta|! EiimiiiMc, I.II.Mrimi; , IjniiMilvr. Po. ........... Chorus S. I r. i.m CAROL ANN SCIIAUM...........................................L«K lcr. Pa. Elementary WILLIAM II. SCIIKIKER . ... Fullerton. I’a. Industrial .Art Industrial An- Society: Wtr tlinu. IIENKY M. SCIIONEWOLK.....................................Strdton, Pa. Sctondary Mu K.i|i| .i Mu: Ra-k.tl.jll; Intramural Gmnniitlrc. ELF. A NOR SEITZ...............................................................Danville. Pa. l.ihrml. Irtt livi rrnmrnt Worn i'll' Clmru : I .i.ru—i (lull; Cilninard: lnU rr«ll(||iiilr ( oilfen iicc on r .ow i iiiim'iii ; Intramural . RONALD KIKIIY SEI.WOOD .... Sharon Hill. Pa. Secondary I'rark: Siinl. ni f ..urn il, Vice-President; S.|.lioin..rt Cla . Pr »i.l.-nl: Senior Cl.i» Vire-Prcaldcnt. DORIS J. SIIADKI.....................................................Brnml.Pa. Elementary l!..-k.ili.ll. Captain; Entomology lull: Tfiini ; Taurhstone, |» rt K.liior: Women' Community «mm i.ilmii. Ptr iilenl; Dormitory Coun. il: Women’ V.u-ily Cluli, VI«o-Pfr»l«|rnl. MICHAEL J. SHEAPEER ,N « online f York. Pa. THOMAS l« SHEAFFER Elementary lluiiuiirlMonn, l‘a HAROLD EIICENE SIIENK . . . RolllnjiSprings Pa. Industrial Arts E.h.ilull: Wri’Mlinic IntrainuraU: ln.lu-iil.il Art Sh n iy: Men'.. Vanity Cluli RARHARA MAE SHIRK.......................................................Lebanon. Pa. I.ilirart Science Alpha Ret M| luPAULA JEAN SHIRK..............................................N.rvon. Pa. Elementary RUTH ANNE SHIRK................................................lnlerrour.c. Pa. Elementary Dell,i Phi Fla. Treasurer: Association lor Chihli.......... Education International; Women' Chorus; United Campu hri-tian Fellowship; Xeni |tliilr Society; Women' Community A»vtcialion. CAROLE NNE SIIOI.LV English Club. Secondary la-hanon, Pa. SUSAN ELLA SHKFINER..............................................LitiltPa. Elementary PATRICIA I.OK NINE SHROFF .... l-rhanon.Pa. Elementary Inter-Varsity (Christian Fellowship; String Ensemble; Women's Chorus. Presi-dent and Xrcompanisl: Association (or Cliildliood Education liiirriulion.il; Madrigal . BARBARA ANN SHUU............................................Shill.ngton. Pa. Elementary Siudeiil Guido; Intramural ; s»c ialion h i (.liildliood Education International. JOHN I.EITNER SHULTZ .... NewmanMowm. Pa. Secondary ■ l i thematic Mu Kappa Mu: Lutheran Studrnt X-mialion. NANCY JILL SIFTER...............................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary-Special Education BONNIE JEAN SIGNORE.......................................Ambler, Pa. Liberal Art% Xenophilc Society; Ne wman Club; Social Sludic Club. MARY ANN SIMMONS............................................Lancaster,Pa. Library Silence Alpha Bela Alplia. Vice-President. RALPH BENJAMIN SINGER. JR. . . . .MillrmUle.Pa. Liberal Afts-llt Uor Social Studir Club, President; Phi Sigma Pi. Trea-urer; Xoung Republican Club. Treasurer; Student Guide. JOHN E. SINK..........................................» . Philadelphia. Pa. LiberaI Art History Swimming; Cross-Country; Mra't Conunuuity Association. Treasurer.BONNIE JOAN SIPES (ilrn Ruck. I’a. Elementary Choir; I nited Cant pit Christian Fellowship, $n:rriur ; AfMN'Mlinn for Child-Ii'-mI Education lnlrrnation.il; Student Pennsylvania State Education m ia lion. MARGARET MARY SKOJKC .... Lancaster. Pa. Elementary BARRY LYNN SLEEP....................................................Bangor, Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial An Society; Phi Sterna PL Vice-President. DAVE F. SMITH.............................................Marietta. Pa. Secondary Social Studies Club; Men' Vanity Club, Vfcc-Prcoident; Men’s Community Association, President; Tennis; Intramural . CAM. ELLEN SMITH.....................................Upper Darby. Pa. Elemental) Student Council; Women’. Nar.it Club: Hockey; Touchstone; Student t.uide; Ijcrooc Club: Do||diin Club. President. GAIL FRANCES SMITH .... Kinjtol Prussia. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stat Education Association; Association for Childhood Kdiic.ition International. JEAN ELIZABETH SMITH .... l-.nca.ter. Pa. Secondary English ( lub; Snapper: I . Delta Epsilon; Student Guide; Women’s Day Student .....-ialion. A tee President and Senior Representative; Sophomore (!la » Vice-President. RONALD E. SNAVELY .... Millcn.ville. Pa. Industrial Arts Industrial Art Society. Secretary and President. MARY ELIZABETH SNYDER . . . Srlin.provr. IV Elementary Lutheran Student Association: English Club; Snapper. BARBARA Y SOKACII ( ilainard. Liberal Arts LevittoMlI. Pa. ANDREW ANTHONY SOLAKI .... Brigantine. N. J. Secondary English English Club: Newman Club: Football: Cross Country; Young Democratic (dub; InlramuiaD; Men’s Varsity Club. LARRY E. SPANGLER............................................... Pa. Secondary Roddy Scientific Society.Columbia, I'd. ROSE MARIE Sl'IKSE Social Studic Club. Secondary MARGARET ANN STANTON .... Doylr to n. Pa. El r men tary Junior (!l«» Tr.-a-urer: Newman Club: h« ialion lor ( liihlhoo.l Edur.«ii« i» International. JOHN M. STACK. JK.......................................................Hamahur . Pa. Secondary French Tool hull; liiti.imiir.il ; wm.iii Club; Xennpliile Society. KENNETH E. STARK..........................................................I.itit . I'a. Secondary IIARIIARA A. STKIIMVN........................................Mount Joy. Ca. Library Sclent r l| li.i Bctu Alpha, President. Reporter and National Drlcjjtr; Student Guide: Delta Chi Eta; En||li b I lub. SUSANNE STEPHENS...............................................Lanratler, Pa. Elementary -Special Education Womrn'11 Day Stud, lit Violation: Cheerlrading Club. RICHARD PAUL STOI.I....................................................W rmin«ier. Pa. Secondary It....I.,ill: Inn.imui.il-; Clmir; Men' Vanity Club, Corm|iondin|i Secretary; Ka« ler Geographic Society: Social Studio Club. NANCY KI.I.KN STOWE......................................................Unilnle. Pa. Elementary A hk i.ilion (or Childlmod Education liiteiiiiitiiuial; Student Priin yl»aiiiu Stale Education A»ooialion; Intramural . MM IK V I EE STI MP l-acnww Hub, Elementary York, Pa. JUDITH ANNE STRANGE..............................................I«an dale, Pa. Elementary Met hi »di l Student Movement: Amoriulion lor t liildltood Education International: Intramural ; Licto»»e Club, Secretary. IIAROI.D I.. STRASSNKK......................................Wulalonlown. Pa. Industrial Arts Ba kelhall; Teebnic.il Art Club. President. HOWARD NELSON STHKETT . . . Stewart.town. Pa. Secondary Men' .tr»ny Club; Crona-Cuuntry; Track: Student Guide; Intramural .CONNIE MARIE STRICKLEK Dalla-toWII. I’.l. Serondary Mu Kap| a Mu: United Campos Christian Fellowship, President; Student Pennsylvania Slnlr Education Association, Treasurer; Basketball Manager. RICHARD CARSON SlIliKRS .... Norri iown, Pa. Secondary Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; lnii.nmii.il-. PATRICIA A. SUI.I.IVAN......................................Lanraatef. Pa. Elementary • li rh'jrlinK (.lull; Newman Club; Women's Day Snnl. ni A »ciiliun, Fresh man Representative and Secretary. NANCY SUMMER ILL ... Camry'a Pninl. N. J. Ubrtirt Science Alpha llrt.i l|.lia, (jirir j»niling Srtrrtary; Methodist Siiid.nl Movement, Secretary; II.h key; Social Siudir- Cluh. PAUL M. SWANENIIURC.......................................Malvern, Pa. Secondary Intercollegiate Omlrmii.' on Government; Wickers; Men's Var-ily Club; Soccer. CAROLE ANN SWANCER...............................................l-elumm. Pa. Elementary Unileil Campus Christian Fellowship: Hand; Mu kappa Mu; Association h.i ( liildh H.i| Kilucaiion International. IIARHARA R. SWART ................................................York. I»j. Elementary Delia Pin Ei.i. Secretary : Association (or ....... Education International; Council («r Exceptional Children. HOIIERT NORMAN SWIFT . . Lancaster, Pa. Secondary AArc-iling; Track; Men’ Var-ily Club, CEOHCK ROSS TALI.MAN......................................................flalboro. Pa. I.ilrctnl Att Student Guide; Social Siudir- Club. JOHN W. TAR MAN. JR.....................................................York. Pa. Secondary ■(.omiirrhenticc Sclent c Roddy S. ienlihc S... iely; Siu.lcni Cuide. AMELIA ARLENE TAYLOR .... Red Lion. Pa. Secondary Mu Kappa Mu; I h»ir; I niled I .iinpu Christian Fellowship. President CHRISTINE I.LOYI) TEST.................................York. Pa. ElementaryELAINE DOROTHY THOMAS Berwyn, Pa. Elementary Hockey; Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; Association (or Childhood Education International; Mu Kappa Mu; Lutheran Student Association. J. ROLAND THOMAS..............................................Lancaster, Pa. Secondary JUDITH ANN THOMAS..............................................Malvern. Pa. Secondat y English Student Pennsylvania State Education Association: English Club; (litamard; Touchstone. Literary Editor; Student Guide; Basketball. MYRA J. TRAUB..................................................Richboro.Pa. Elementary Cilamard; Student Pennsylvania Slate E lucatn n Association. SCOTT DOUGLAS TREFNY..............................................Hatboro. Pa. Secondary -Uiology Alpha Phi Omega; Wicket ; Intramural ; Choir. WINIFRED LOUISE TKEIST .... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary Association (or Childhood Education International; Cheerleadinie Club; Citatuard; Tennis; Women's Chorus. JOSEPHINE YE.MA TUCKER . . Sierra Leone. Wot Africa Library Science Women’ Chorus; Mpha Beta Alpha; Newman Club. JOSEPH W. TYSON. JR.......................................Red lion. Pa. Secondary Mu Kapiu Mu; Student Council, Treasurer; Baseball; Intramural ; Voitnit Conservative la-ague. Treasurer. SUSAN BEVERLY TYSON .... Fairview Village, Pa. Elementary WILLIAM DAVID URBAN .... Harrisburg. Pa. Secondary Football; Social Studies Club; Phi Sigma Pi. NICHOLAS MICHAEL VALUDES . . . Lancaster, Pa. Elementary Choir, Sophomore Representative; Wickers. Historian jnd President; Student Guide; Madrigals. JON JAY VNDERBURG Touchstone; lntramural«. Elementary Wr.| Pillslon. Pa.KATHLEEN II. WAGNER.........................................York, Pa. Elementary Lutheran Student Association; Association for Childhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. SUSAN I). WAGNER........................................Saint Glair. Pa. Elementary Glioir; Methodist Student Movr-ment; Association lor '.hihlhood Education International; Student Pennsylvania Sute Education AMcijiinn; Slack and Cold. N. GAIL WALKER.............................................Upper Darby. Pa. Element ary Council lor Exceptional Children, Corre«|»ondiiiK Secretary; Lutheran Student Association; Hockey Manager, RICHARD II. WALTERS........................................Sidnmn.Pa. Snondar y-English Football, CoCaplain: Mcn « Vanity Cluli, Recording Secretary. BARBARA II. WEAVER.......................................York, Pa. Elrmentary Women Chora ; Cilamard ELIZABETH VERONICA WEISS .... Bethlehem, Pa. Secondary -English Newman Club; English Club. CAROLE CAMPBELL WKITZEI. Elrmentary Dolphin Club. WERNER WEN 17. Sn ondary MELVIN i. WERT N- i.il Studio t.lub. Liberal Art I INDA I WE WERTZ Rand; IS.nkitlull Manager. Library Science SUSAN MARIE WEYER Library Science « M il RI E W IIITSEI l-incaster, Pj. Lancaster. Pa. Lancaster, Pa. Sclin grovr, Pa. Rird-in-Haud. Pa. York. Pa. Della Plii Eta; Intramural . SecondaryNorth Wale . I’a. JOHN A. WHITTON Secondary-Ertglish Phi Simula Pi: English (Hub; Alpha Phi Omega: Student Pennsylvania State Education Association; National Education Association. JOHN THOMAS WILHELM .... Robeson iu. Pa. Secondary Band: Choir, President; Social Studio Club, Treasurer; Student Council, President and Representative; Ba»»ler Geographic Society. STANLEY E. WILLIAMS f.ihrral Iris-Economics JANET R. WILLING,MYKK .... Shillington. Pa. Elementary Association for Childhood Education International: Hockey; Intramural . C. WESLEY WILLSON..............................................Wrighlivillr, Pa. Elementar) GAYLE BETHANY WTLSON .... Wrighuville, Pa. Elementary MIC.HAEI. JAMES WINEY .... Mlddleburg. Pa. Secondary'll i story Choir: Band: Inter-Vawity Christian Fellowship; Social Studio Club. Vic. President and Pre«idenl. JOYCE M. WISE..........................................Rod Lion, Pa. Elementary BARBAR A ANN WIT.MER.........................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary Student Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Association for Childhood Education International. ELLEN MARIE FRY WIT.MER .... Kohren»town. Pa. Secondary-English Delta Phi Eta; English ( lub; Snapfter: Xcnophilr Society. KAREN S. WOLF . . . ... . Wrighl.villc. Pa. Elementary SHIRLEY LOUISE WOLF .... New Oafntd. Pa. Band; Mu Kappa Mu. SecondaryJAMES M.AN WOOD Norri town, Pa. Band. Liberal Arts PATSY JO WOOD...............................................|jn‘dalr. Pa. Secondary WonirnV Community A'Miciaiinn. Secretary; l.acro$ c Club; Color Guard, Captain. THOMAS CRAWFORD WOODCOCK Elementary IbArtlull; (jiuncil for Exceptional Children: Intramural . LOIS N. WOODWARD...............................Honey Grove, Pa. Secondary-Mathrmaiia Student l’ciin ylvania Stale Education An ocialion; Mu Kjpp.i Mu; Social Studies Club. THOMAS J. WORK. JK............................................Halboro.Pa. Secondary F H tb.ill: Swiinminit: Men Varsity Club. WILLIAM RICHARD WORLEY .... Columbia. F’a. Secondary Noddy Scientific Society. LeNORA DOREEN WRIGHT..................................................Folrom. Pa. Library Science Social Studir Club: Student Penn»vlvania Stale Education Asocialinn: Alpha Ik-iu Alpha: Inlraiuurul : Ba kctball: Women Varsity Club. NATHAN DAVID WRUIILF. .... Wc t Piimion. Pa. Secondary WILLIAM LLOYD WUNDER .... Marietta. Pa. Industrial Arts Fro-hman Football; Frc hman Basketball; Industrial Vtt- Honor Society; InduMrial An Society; Technical Art Club. BRADLEY ALAN WYLIE..................................................Lanca»t«T, Pa. Secondary Social Studies S»»cij| Studie Club. JEAN l.ol'ISE YEAKF.I...............................Worcctcr.Pa. KEITH EDWARD YODER .... McVrytown. Pa. Elementary lnter-Var»ily Cliri-ti.m Fdlowdiip. President; Choir: Alpha Bela Alpha: Madiirt.il .NANCY MARIK YOUTZ . . . . . Colrl.roolc.P-. .. , „ Elementary Siudoni miifiylvanU Stale K.lu. AmotUiIml AUDREY LOU ZART . . . . . Uncu.ier. Pa. Secondary NANCY A. ZKMANIK............................................................C!ollrBcvllle, Pa. Secondary Mathematics SiwIeHl Pi'im«ylvania Slalr IMm atimi -«.i. iution; Mu Kappa Mu; Dolphin Cluli; InltiuuiiriiU. IIARHAHA ANN ROVENOLT ZKTTLEMOYER Turbolvillr. Pa. Elementary Sludeni IViiiinylvaiiia Sluh Kdu.allon Adulation; Wiiiiim’. Clmrin; l.iillu ian Shulnil iiiliuii. Vio- Pn •idriit. S. RICHARD ZOOK • • Sm.,known. Pa. Serondury-Ceography i Geoierapliic Swirly. CEORCE P. CONN t.ihetn! Arts l.iiidi«vl|lr. Pa. JOSEPH WEBII HARTMAN........................................Palmyra. Pa. Secondary ■Gcoytaphy I».iCi"Kt.ipliir Swirl). I’rr-I.linl, CAROLE HUNT . . . . . . UnraMir. P«. Secondary InlrainiiruD; Kii|.’li li Cluli. JOHN VERNON SCOTT . . . . . Ilanovrr. Pa. Secondary Ba »lpr Ceuiti jphic Sim-irly. RONALD JOHN SIMANOVICII .... Beavrrdalr. Pa. Sectmdary ■Comprehrnxit e Science Knot lull; Track. DOROTHY ANN YANOVIAK .... Phoeniivillr. Pa. Elementary IliH'kry; It.i-k. tl.all; Snuli iil Guide; Girl ’ Cluiiu«; NeMiuaii Cluli; Touchstone, ■ 1WHO'S WHO SI IS AN IIAKNKTT DEAN BHKDBENNER ANNE HUSH FA JOYCE CAMPBELL BARBARA CHESTNUT ■ ELIZABETH FAGA THOMAS IIAIN JAMES PHILLIPS ANDREA ROBISON WILLIAM SANNI GEORGE TAM M AN JOSEPH TYSON RICHARD W ALTERS JOHN WILHELM KEITH YODER 89UNDERCLASSMEN ti51cjli51cni5lcni51QlQ151Q151SlSlSlQ151Sl al5lQlsii5icjiQlcn5icj I udi'rrla mni are in I lie midst of «|ui| ) in themselves for ilitr future. They are working toward graduation in the hope that what they are learning will he helpful in their chosen profession. 'Hie underclassmen still have the opportunity to take full advantage of the activities and learning experiences that Millersville has to i IIer. Ily participating in such activities the underclassmen have tile chance to gain experience and knowledge which may aid them in achieving future success. They may equip themselves with skills that will help to assure attainment of the goals that they have set. There is much for the underclassmen to learn liefore they graduate. hut what they are learning now and what they have yet to learn ami experience will prepare them for a successful future.First Hou : llirhara l.ev«i . Di«l« Siumpler, Dorothy Cnninrl, Molly Ludwig. Srcotld Row: Carol Powers. Peppy Weidner, Jean Wooden, (jihip Hill. Third Row: Sluron Bripp . Sue Amin--, Fli alxfli Witt, Jmnnr Krlli'iilx-rpor. Jl NJORS first Hoi, Judy lltnwn, Anne Sunday, Su--■«' I .or. I’.it Rood. Second Ron: Kami Clarks France Fi«cber. Mary Ellen Zweicr. Manila (Kindt. Third Rou: Larry Marshall, Judy Atlick, Marilyn Ma« ey( Janet Myen- Firsl Row: Coirpcttc Solti . I.iuda Pla ter-cr. Gloria I’arri'h. Sandra Mackcn on, Jo-anno Strok. Second Row: M.uty Clipper, l-ani Shull, Itillir Ann Miller, Mary Ann Shower . Candy Nilraurr. Third Row: Mar nio S|n in or. Ruth Wanner, Jran llolicn- hill. Marian Frick. First Row: Su an Fi»hrr, Darlene Srhu-man. Pam Markhofl, Lot Huelmer. Second Row: Belle Capriofli, Joanne Warpo. Linda Stove. Connie Mi Kinney. Third Row: Sydney Slunk. Jaim N.iurnowirh. (land Davis Ellen Sautter.First Row: ( aiolr Hmihci. Barlura Hauer, Martini Famalcllc. K ill li Miller Second How: Paula For wnjfk. Mary Anne Fuln-man. ( .mil Kni|irr, Joan Gointob. Third How; link Fryi'. Burry K. It.iilrlu. Andrew Gardner, Gal Schneider. Pint How; I’m Bite. Sliuntn Rcimingcr. Huh Reigh, Rosemary l)i inger. Second How: Wayne Paul, Fran Sludicku, Denni Fisher, Hugh Vostine. Third How: Nidi Foery. Harry Ludwig, Frank Pennington, Dave Mcushcy. First Hou : Pam Hi r-li, Barli Swart , Gliur-lull ’ Mims, Marly Si.irr. Second How: Mur-parile Baxter. Judy .Siiiiinnns l.ynn liaivey, Glurlotle Fhi . Third How: (Juries Weko, Donna Poorman. Nancy Grain, Phil Brown. GLASS OFFK KKS: B.wh.ir.i Lewis, secretary; Dave l-illghery, 1iee-i,resident; Dave Kisig, president; Gonnie McKinney, treasurer.First How: Kominnc Smith, Trisli Hiitler, Phyllis K.ilii.jiii, Sandra ShnllriilnnjiT. Second, How: Anne Hayes, Lynne Taylor, Cheryl Fi«hrr, Pain Tlii)ma , Thirti How: Susan Weed, Diana Satlaxuhn. Su oime Ccmmill, I’hylli Carta, SOPHOMORES First How: Eileen IMImu Ii. Connie New-man, Pamela Em«, Judy Millrr. Second How: Cheryl Slouch, Shirley llaniivli. Ann Siniili, lli'vi-rly Kindcriunn. Thirti How: I.ill'll Hecklcy, l i- Divine, Kay Fake. Lin-•In I'(Telman. First How: Mania |{.ilTen»|Mifccr. |,nv lam Sehuler, Marnarri Toomry, Dena Gro-viimrxo, Second How: Marian Sinner. I Inyd Annan, llariura Strain, Hoi' IVa cock. Thirti How: Sarah Jane Le »ij;, .Sandy Mines, .Maryann Noll, Orinila Get . First How: Penny »x. Marilyn Miller, •Vii"I Cottrell, l’e(it(ie Peter . Second How: Lurry Conte. Kruee IiIhhi»c, Lillian Had-lield, Murcia IlickcnlofT, Third How: David Freed, Hu- -el Haeliert, Carl Smith, Neil Kinsey. First Row: Niiui I . •» . Sarah llnuoeal. Sherry llendiey, Tana Miller. Second Row: li.irhara Clemen . Amina I’.nlydi. Mathura Shull, Lynn Spangler. Drlihje Dunn. Third Row: Tom Slicckler, Palmer Poll. Jun SriM, Tom So'briM, Don Amlriim. Tom Muwhnan. First Row: (llieiyl Ko|nn on. Jmlv Gurnc. Eileen lluek. Cheryl Nau«. Snond Hou: Cheryl McClade. Mary I.re Allarian. Diana llrtrirk. Kalhy Geller. Third Hou: Joe Gani:l»f1, Tom Spearing. Terry Nnbil, Cordon Diem. First Ron : l.lml.i I alln-i . Di.inm Mrieker, Junie. Daniel . Gail Wood . Sriond Row: Jean (an .in, Orville Wnglil. It.- ky l.loyij, lairry Conic. Third Row: linger Klierly, D.iii Durnnu . Jock Schnadcr, Ihib Meeker . First Row lloneiia Imuioiul, Elimhelh Mrilaili. Pally l)jvi». Sue S.ilij. Second Row: Ju.ly Buchanan. Suwn lln«ak. Ellen Milt li' ll, Carol Mil. hell. Third Row: Mary Ann Shelly. Gloria Seliga. Ilarluu Mr- Uni», Palma Seiln-it. First How: Linda Rwhn. Judy Green, Susin Plllmon, Carol W.irrham Srtond Knit: Sun.m larng. Nancy Marie NrII, Sally Me-Connell. Margaret llellyer. Third Row: Mike Snyder, Bob Shock. I)..n Bollinger. Fmi Row: Jayne Ni»key. Linda Miller, Vicki Yount:. Sumh Scerer. Second Row: Vlcla Kunt , Judy Knie», Kay Winner, Claire Novello. Third Rmi': AI Starr, John Perella, Terence Patterson, Dave Dierwech-ter. Uni Row: Nancy Heaton. Di.inne Ixanxm, la rrainr Hunto Judy Mar»!rller. Sftond Row: U.ulur.i Shirk. Janice Mull, Ann Ca l, Di.in llallterxadl. Third Row: Sharon Huin|ihreville, Mary Krammer, (.indy Kin rer. First Row: Sue W itiuoyer, Carol Sti lly, VlexU Gasownki. Hitu Boz i. Second Row: Marilyn Swank, Georgia Flick inger, Deanna Eichelhcrger. Third Row: Judy Bourtt, Karen Shcllcnhainer, Cynthia Co| c. Jean Sliive. 96hirst Now: I’atli Snodgra . Karen l.evtcig, Barbara Ke xlrr. Peggy laid. Sr com! Hole: Nam-y Hannrl , Barbara Boxb-iinrr. Karen Schmitt. Janet Martin. Third Now: Pat Ktain, Paul Hrixey, Wait Heller, Nelson Brown. First Now; Mart Sheri I, Pal NYnrnli, San. .Ira laing, Grata- Hanna. Second Now: Elaine llrffrnireycr. Nancy Hanna. Barbara Ncwlin, IVnnv Reynolds. Third Now: Kenneth MaeGtrH, Karen Miller. Sally Untie-leltl. Susan Hoy. First Now: Judy llulier. Betsy Zuy Diane Py ow-ki, Norma Gallagher. Second Now: Kathy Vmiri, Nadia Koelntgin, I.inda Green, Shirley Coble. Third Now: Dave Puwy. Ken Ktilak w ky, Barry Waller . .Mike Ko hak. h int Now: T.imnii Prrdtechei»tki», Barbara Ailain . Joanne Dolli-h. Gail For be . Second Now: Don Kennedy. Dave Grace, Tom Kifhcvine, Toni William-. Third Non : Toni Gehr. Kick Baker. Joe Kabrhel. John Hosteller. 97First Now: Rod Krcor, Janet Frankhou er, Kwemary Good, Coailance Dean. Second Now: S.md Kramer, Dwna Zydnnowir .. Jay l.cary, Molly Kern.First Rowi llrikc Slolp, Terry Macdonald. Jjnri Kuril, Joy Davit. Itrvrrly lljikcr. Second Row: Joyce Flim hluujih. Kailh Whitehead. Mary-Ellen Kiapp. Sheryl llort-nrr. Kay Shananian. Thud Row: Klau Bergman. Boland IIjIiu. Kolwit Kandlrr, John Zancr. Date Kplrr. FKKSH3MKN First R»w: Sandy Zciby. I’rin'illa Sp»ng-Irr. Gail (llru-laiul. Barbara nlrim. Marion Krou-e. Second Row: Ginny Price, Gin ny Houirtl, l onna Dugan. Josephine Thirrjung. Marilyn Kauga-. Third Row: Marly Jacobs Gary Funck. Harry Ifcun, Jack CompM. Ted Gallagcr. First R»u: Kathleen Krllry, Plivlli Noll, Elaine Koclu Janice Brody, Sally Kelly. Second Row: Brenda Wagner, Barbara Jo Apichella. Joliuda A yen . I.iuda limes K.illiy Brown. Third Row: Tlimn.i Caro-diskry, Orri Kncpp. Dave Traugcr. Ronald Hoover. Bill Slrulib'. First Row: Sue Meyer . Nancy Blyler, Pa Irina Maluney. Diane Sherman. Janet Riw-ler. Second Row: Nancy Francis Kallileni Dennis, Linda Fuddis Patricia Gariley, June Babe. Third Row: George Haul . Phillip Hill, Alan Conley. Richard Cloud. William Gordon. 99First How: Omnie Erl , Jean Huge , Jane Bartlewin. I! wily Croup. Mary Ann De-Macliuol. Second How: Mary Aim Hullurn, Kathy Mm-Inn. Judy IhoMcr, Gerry Carroll, D.irli-nr H.ilm. Third How: Wurri-n Wiliront, Tmn McNuii, Hoi Crueneiviild. Qucnt Wenriek. K.«rl Vinup, First How: Brenda Sclleck, Jean Robert . Dehhie Howe , Becky Yrjjjfr, Lynne Bullcr. Second Hou Elaine Baker, Kale Gil»on, Nancy Roiian, Ali-on ll.imilinn, Karen Cruller. Third How: Boh Sterner. Dave lyock. D.ivr Koch. John Miller. First How: Kathleen Mnyer, JaileJI Suren-..ui. .liri'lie l a Belle, Mary Helen Smith. Jeri 1'iive. Second How: Sandy Thierwceh-ter. lii ula Christoph. Cathy l.uMon, la«r-raine Goodwin, Donna lluehmyer. Third How: Dave IVtko.h. Mai Hopper, Phillip Witman. Roy (Collins, Roger Punt. First How: I'hylli- Terry, Carol Kohemon, Judith Engle. Linda Root. Susan M.i-en heiinrr. Second How: Sarah Street. Betty 'tauter. Peggy Smith, Jane Pemtyliuker, Stephanie Vallmer. Third How: Kick Woodward, John SeulUn. Keith Winter.. Jim William., Dave Kruttt. 100First Row: Sally Foultx, Chitlntir Feocli-Irr. Jean Mwser, Su an Smith, Debbie Southwick. Second Row: Janrt Apgar. Jan el Adam . Linda Shelley, Rena Good. Juilv Brtplnwrr. Third How: John Bolder, Jim LaSalle, Batid Snyder. Tom ll.inry, Ralph Ruth. First How: Margie Mahler, I-alwl l »re, Lucy litiyrr, Beth Steigcnealt, Linda Bach man. Second How: Jane McBride. Lharlene Morgan. Vici Chandler, Bnhbi Schroder, Ellen Sohlhreck. Third How: Boh Trout. Milford Cu»hrnan. Fred I'ollorh. Roh W water. Daryl Stratton. Fir,%i How: Call Elliott, Ginger Fi»her, Carole llundiergrr. Barbara Trnxell, Karen Bor-sard. Second How: Su-an Brewer, Gerry Kriebel. Carolyn Be r gey, Linda Fair. Bet. erly Nccker. Third Kou: Richard Sutton. William Jack'on, Denni» Srhafehook. Jay Jonr . Tom O'Donnell. Firxt How: Judy Rutacll, Sue lairenmn. Joyce Spellman, Susan Rrinigrr. Second How: Ruth Clemmer. Carol Cook. Anne Dillenilertlrr, Rarhaia l bright Third How: John Holland. Robert Long. 101CLASS OFFICERS: Ri 'lur l Nailnr, tire-president; Deborah Soulhwick, ueretary; Eric McClellan, irrtuurrr; John Luce)-, president First How: Janice Payne, Judy Chantry, Linda Fruiter, Carol Riimo. Second How: Kale Wheeler, Su-jii Deepen, Barbara SclircITer, Kathy Hammond, Pat Holme . Third How: Paul Evonko, Rill Siahler, Terry Harley. Kell Bogle. Jim Rolhenhenier. First How: Michele Kramer, Alice Zimmer man. Lois Stouller, Susanna Wile. Second How: Jeanette Haber, Mary Calamia. First How: Judy O'Flynn, Elaine Weaver. Traty St.imhau h. Second How: Larry Kling, Linda Sviit. Barbara Mill .■■ ACTIVITIES A student often finds that tin- kes to success often comes through the activities in which he participates in college. Part of the philosophy of Millersville Stale College slates that the school is interested in turning out a “well-rounded" student. To this end the college sponsors more than sixty honorary societies, clubs, musical groups, dramatics organizations. Student Council, and publications. Most students discover that their college life is not complete until they flavor their academic work with the spice of extra-curricular activities. Through tile work of these organizations the college extra-curricular program functions each year. It In-gins with the orientation of Freshmen in Sejtfcinber. hits a high point with Homecoming ami Parents Day celebrations, and fills each week-end with dances and other activities. F.xtra dividends accrue from musical programs, stuge plays, the Dolphin Club aquacade, and tin- weekly publication of college news. In addition, the professional organizations give the students a chance to participate in functions within their major field. Many students look hack on their extra-curricular work as the highlight of their college career.delta PHI eta I Vila I'll) Ela i« the local women’ honorary « ciely nrjjani cd lo recognize the achievement of »elto!a«li excellence l women First Now: Catherine Wliitwl, I'nnlrtle Ki»rniller, Pal Reed, Joanne St roll, Joanne .Salim . Second Row: Kli nhrih Hralt on, 1’ain ||rr»li. Marl Starr. Rarharn Swartx, Ju«l Campbell. Marian Frick, Mary Jane I food, liar burn Rigid mere. Su anne Swart let. Third Now: Joanne Wnrgo, (andare Nilruurr. Hurlijru Davies Haihaia Hruckhill, JoAnne Milan.I, Virki 11 bey. Marly Rale . I’.ii I’eiller, Joanne Eck. Joan (amitois Connie McKinney, (.ail Cerliard. mi sigma n Su| enor •elioljmhlp and fraiemal fellowship are lire ideal of llii |irn(e« ii nnl fnilernity. First Now: Ron I'ricker, Jim I .me. George Von Nieda, Tony Maiula. Rum Sinner. Second Now: Jat William ( Imrle . Rrooke I). Millet. Harry Sleep, Jack Wliillon, Rill Worley, Mike |(..«liak. 106Til. Siuil. ni (•■iinril i« ihr governing Imil) ( iIh’ ‘luilcnl |Mi| ul.iii»n. Fini How: Clirfotina ('nwlrr, Jojii Comioin. Alice Movrry, Joyrr CuiiiIk-II, IN’itniKi Kline, I'niti SimmIkijv'. Mur Annr Kiilitiiun, laini Sliult Snvnd How Mr. WVirirli, Di IIiiihjii. Diniii Itredbnincr, IVrry I’utlttwn, Juvc| li Tv»»n. J»lin Itiiuiiin'li, linn Srlwodil, Kobrrl H.icli, John Wilhelm. 107COCN'CIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN Tin? Council for KMcrplion.il Children develop, interest by its work in special education First Kim Dorothy Senunel, I.intln Miller, Molly l.udwig, Diane Spangler. I.i . I tooth. Virginia Wood. Second How: Barham SwaiU, Dixie Hair. Kloisr Haag. Connie McKinney. l at Boehm. Ellen S.inlter. Jill Sifter, Connie llendiiiun, Bri Market. Betty Oingr PENNSYLVANIA STATE EDI CATION ASSOCIATION This organization informs prospective teachers about professional activities in the held and arou.es enthusiasm for teaching. First How: Connie StrieJtler, Christine llortncr. Sue n«ler». Sharon Brigg-. Ile» IKe ker, Mary Bridget Schell. Second Hon Mit i Nixon. Joanne Salmis. Nancy Zemanik. I.inda Miller. Nancy Kupp. Judy Jackson. 108T Xenophile got first place in the lloul content during Homecoming. The foreign language club’ purpose i to ar |u.iint language major and minor with »uch asjiect of language and culture that cannot !«• covered adequately in the regular curricular work. First How; Sandra Mackrnxon. Jayne Ni«key, Mary Sprout. Thonu ‘'palter, Cheryl Robinson, Joanne Wargo, Joanne Stroll. Second Kow: Donna I'wormjn, Taiumi Prwllohciwkh. Doris Herr, Jeanne Stricklin, Kluu- Itrrgmann. Mr. Daniel Kogcrt, Tom Shccklcr. Mike Koshuk, Marly Ikates. Evelyn MacBride, Harriet Tlialclrcr, Marilyn Kanga . 109iLPHA PSI OMEGA Thi dub. new to our com|iu», i» the national honorary ilr.im.iin . fraternity. First Row: Joe Purdin. ilurl Orr, Brown, Ellen Sauller. Diana llrtrick. Second Row: I’hylli Fordney, Loi Goodwin, Jim Kinncmryrr. David Gre... Mnwry. Mary Werner, Steve Mire CITAMARD This dub was formed lo promote interest in good drama and to give sludrnt j chance to cultivate abilities along till line. First Row: l.inda Hoffman, Mar ha O.troff, Frank Bor«t. Mary Werner, Ellen Sautter, Alice Muwry. Second Row: Eleanor Seil . Diane Spangler. .Norma Dent . Samuel I.. Koon . Jr.. David Huntington, Wilmet Boyd. Ia i» Goodwin, Dee Hotueal. 110YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB A group of tudrnt» wIh jrc interested in carrying oill I he |»olilicul ideas and function of thr Republican Party. First How: Ralph -Singer, Cordon Diem. I .uni Slum. Hurry Ludwig, Jr. Second How: Mike liemosky, Jr.. Tout Rich wine. Carol Cruhumsluw. Martin Peicker. INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON 001 ERNMENT The Intercollegiate Conference on Covcnintrnl, open to all student , i sponsored Ity the Social Studies Department for majors and minor in tin field. First How: Gordon Diem, Brie Garrett. Pam Johnson. Georgia Mantell, Linda Waller . Jim Finncineyer. Second How: Dale Wunschr, Robert Joaienski. Mike Mirodu, Mr. (.. K. Goode, Dr. Richard C. Keller. Mike llernonky, Jr.. Brian Polly. 112HASSLER GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY .Named in lioin r of II. M. Has-ler. lhi» organization strive to -npplcnicnt knowledge in geography .nul earth Mimic and develop their appreciation. I.elt to Hi flit: Jo. M.irtin.m. Dale Wun-riche, Ann Rn-nton, Sue Hatchelor, Joe Jrckel, Ouintoli lloroi. ALPHA Pill OMEGA The |itir|K) c of thi- national fraternity i- twofold; t«. promote M-nice and l«»» ter fraleinily. First How: lkirr Iloclt. Hutl IViinypacker, Dick Bloiinc, Hill Fining. Tom Spooring. Dick Sullen. Second How: (ier.ild Mitc hell. Chorlo Kenyon, l-irry Mar-hall. Hi. hard Jup-(x nl.il , Mr. Frances J. Kafka. Hill A . r-wood. Kick Frye, Frank Pennington. Ralph Orchard. SOCIAL STUDIES CIA II Membership i» open to all -indent- who lire interested in promoting and -limu luting a wider interest in thi- field. First How: Huaa Singer. Marian Frick. Deanna Hoover, Millie Kngel, Phil Hroyxn. Second How: Harry llnrh. Mike Hrrno-ky, Jr. 113ALPHA IIETl ALPHA This »orii'i i« u iialion.il Irairrniiv lor undergraduate lihrary ‘cirnre Mudcni having a 2.0 average "r IwtlMP. Frr» Hoit: Marcia RiAmtkrKi'r, Margaret Moroncy. Karen Dell’riore, I inda Nei-Min. Nancy Tolh. Jane Junicr, Kownutry l)iuin||«r. Second How: Margaret Itrovvn, Pal IVilTrr. « liri«tina (itr-ler, I.inda K. Frey. I'ani Murkhofl, Pam ller li, l.ynn Haney, Dianna Brfcker. Lauretta W'alborn. Third Hou Eilnn Buck. Failh Krater. Cheryl Slough, Mary Ann Shower . Diane ft'iill, Paula For—m.iik. Keith Yoder, Paul IIIkkmI . Janet Myer», Karen Cravenor, Sown Brant. I.inda Swritwr, Barbara Shirk. 'and Sarahun, Sylvia Kerper, ENGLISH CIA II Coin|H»cd Fngli li major and mi nor , the eluh aim al devrlwpiim a more profound interest and knowledge in (hi field. Left lo Hifthl: David Huntington, Pat Heed, Margaret Brown, Samuel K xm . Jr. ISSOCI ATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDI CATION The AvMM'i.ltion For t Jlildllood Devel-ii|iiuent i u|wn t» all Klrmentary major who wi ll to develop tile well-being of children. Firxl How; lad (iumlwin, Maryann Kit un, F.ileen Delli.uigli, Cathie Hill. Maillia I .urn learn, Charlotte Me—irk. Second How: Patricia Shroll. Dixie Hair, I.inda Miller, Nanry Kapp, Joanne Salim , I.inda l)'E»po«iio.Ml KAPPA MU I I,i. organisation wnn ihe nerd «•( Mudrnu mayoring and ntinoring in niatlH'nulicf an,I other inicrH J in 'I"' ►“bjert. Hr si l(on I loll Talc. Jack R|o cr. Diur Kniimerer, Charlotte Fret . Barbara i,drr on. I »n.il,l Bollingrr. Second How: I "mu M-r Ion. Dijnna Eichell»erger. Judy Green, Bat Mill . Klau Bergman,i. Hill Jaek on, Drew ll rti««-Li. Robert Kuililuit, Gothic Hill, Nancy . Iii.imk, Marilyn McBride, Sn-an Brewer, Grace Hanna, Su an Ivey. Klaine Baker. RODDY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY N line,I (nr l r II J Buddy, il »' om| ri ed ..( rtudenl having a sincere intere-t in wiener. First How: Dorothy Stocker. Flir.ilteth I,;,.,, |'i|. Jennifer Barlow. Second How: Julie Frey. Filer, Ib-atcr. Bill Kind . Robert F Miller. Tom II.,in. Carol llirue Bull, Hollar l.ynn S|u„glrr. Third How: Chcrly Me(Bade. Ginn) Rudi«ill. Ronald llain. BUI S|»encer. Bill Yarwond. Scott Trrln, |.dm Tar man Terry N, -I,it. George Von Nirdu. Join, Fib. I'hil Wit,,,an. Stan Baekr„.|o s I rry Spangler. Brigeiie Krieg. IISI TER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The Inter-Var-ity ChriMian Fellowrttip is a non-denomiiration.il organization which attempts In develop an awurem ' of the necessity for a personal, practical Christian faith. First Roic; Grace Hanna, Dee Hou-seal, Judy Grint. Dan Mitchell, Barh l)avie», Tamnia Shorts, Su-.m Swartlcy, Susan Ivev. Second How: Connie Newman. Kerry Jones. Bruce It house. Russel Bach-ert, Larry Everhart. Ellen Slagle. Gloria I at Isoski, Tflinmi Predtcehenski. Patricia ShrofT. Joan Mc ingcr, M.irgarile Baxter, Judy Miller. METHODIST ST I DENT MOVEMENT Composed of students interested in the Methodist Church and its teachings, this dull aims to further their learning anti appreciation of the Church. First Row: Susan Wagner, Beverly Kintlemion, Lillian Hudfirld, Marletle Mante. Carol Swarr. Second Hou: Elaine Baker, flurry Ludwig, Patty Moore. Linda Green, Linda Bolin, Sandy Volt .. Bill Wood, Judy Shoc-maker. Third Row: Donna Morton, Tumnii Predlecheittki, Cheryl McGladc. Jack Cumphell, Balph Dcckanl, John Groh, Dave Null. Gary Funck. Tom Sparing. Marilyn Ewing. Alyce Tillman. Sharon PefTer. Leslie Steele, Mison Hamilton, Paulette Bissmiller. Li THERAN STL DENT ASSOCIATION The Lutheran Student Association is com-|M M’d of member of the Lutheran Church interested in furthering their understanding of the Church" teaching . First Row: Marian Sinner, Karen Vogeleong, Linda IHTflinun, Elizahetlt Witt. Second Row: Margie Shepler, Donaltl Bollinger. Mary nn Showers. Judy Atlick, Marilyn Massey, Btuina uck. Jack Tompkin , Karen Sliugar . Third Row: udrey Hudv, Cheryl Kleinle. Birth Clemmrr. Kaye Schlegel. Diane Spangler, Linda Bachman, Cheryl Slough, Beth Steigerwalt, Samuel L. Koons, Jr., Nick Foery, Carol Cruntlell, Barbara Toxcll, Ellen Soldhreck, Lynn Morreson, Fu Fake, Marty Bates.UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Tin- United Campu Christian Fellowship has as it- purpose ii promote good Chri»-linn ideal and to further fellowship throughout the campus. First How: n«»i«-Slrirhler. Ann Cast. Rosemary McQuatc. Second Row: Helen Boyer, Susan Brewer. at role llunslM-rger, Amy Taylnr. EWMAN CIA li The Roman Catholic student organized this rluh for the pur|H se of maintaining closer contact between the Catholic student and hi» church. First How: Mary Ella Z wrier. I at Conily, Torn Cripples. Joanna Kaplan. Sue Batchelor. Srcond How: Jo anne Dollish. Joanne Wargo, Lynn Spang-ler, Francis Ma za. Frank Coodhart, Mr Henry Bucher. Mrs. Joseph Namit. Djvid Huntington. Frank Burst, Ker tin Miehals, Deri.t Ciovinazzo. C l TFinn li) CIA II This organization w.i» formed to help unite on campus uirinhers of the Fpiscopul Church anil all other interested in learning about the faith. Left to Right: Judy Knott. Jayne Ni'kev, Brllunnr Grace. David l-aughery. tnry Toth. Kathy Gelb rMEN'S VARSITY CIA II Male athletes who have pjiumI varsity letter are eligible for this club. Fir.il How: Kjcld Chri U n en, Denny Fisher. Dirk Stoll, John CuiHlrurk, Dave Smith. Niek Corlw. Hon Flicker. Tom Rap-ehinvki. Marly MrCehran, Larry Mar “hall. Second How: Paul Swunenhurg. Andy Solari, David Allhouse, Jor Smieherko. George llarinan. Dr. Kay montl Kiinkle. Harry Shenk. Roger Has pen, John Grab, Harry Shaffer. Dick Waller . Hob Hri crman. Third How: lliratn Hickel, Ted Fitzgerald, Chief Kotenvas, Jim Helislie, Frank O li lo. Hill Sanni, Ronald Ferrnre. Gerald Harding. Hernard O’llein, Wayne Paul. WOMEN’S VARSITY CIA II This club give special recognition to women student who have represented the college in varsity sports. First How Ellen Heaver. Maryann Kiison. Liz I tooth, Cathie Paul, Mary Jo Ester line. Second How: Prircillu l-aing, Sandy Koppenhaver, Carol Holst. Harbara Chestnut, Judy Ricker. Pat Kraminrr,WOMEN'S LACROSSE CIA II This dub is In promote interest in la-crow in order that it may ln-rome a vanity sport. First Row: Sandy Kramer. Mary Jo Etterlinc, I.inda Green, Karen Grantham, l.illijn lladtield. Pal Rady, Milxi Nixon. Second Row: Beth Purnell, Sally Kelly. Joyce Hoffman. Julie Frey, Donna Swan. Jmly O'Flynn. Helen M.iiale. : l TRAMl RAL COMMITTEE Till group organise' all the intramural sport to give more people on campus an opportunity to participate in athletics. Left to Right: Mary Jo K»terline. Mr . Kathryn Hill, Dot tie Manger. Diane Kemmt-rer. Betsy Mojo sell. AVIATION CLUB Tins club was funned for all those in lerc'ted in Hying and it- benefits. First Row: Judy Curne. Ruby Jacob , Robbie Gordon. Mary Lee Allnrian, I.oi» Doyle, Relb Kepley. Second Row: l.u Krow. Lew lleinmcr. Rob Mcl-eun, Steve l.lovd. Adam Hon-mpa, Dick Miller. Jack I lari man. First Rule: Men liter, Nancy IVaril, Ix»ra Lrr Foley. Ginny Schultz. Joyce CamplieR, Diana UurliuioH, Judy Ku v||, Marine Meyers, Susan Izr. Jcaunr Volp, Carla (.'titter. Marion kn.u-e. Su-.in liry, Mary J« K»lerlinc, (!ota Sue llrrljce . Janice Pearce. Jayne Niikey, Karen Shellenliamer. Sandy Zerliy. Amelia Taylor. Second Row: l.inda Kimc. Margaret llellyer. Carol llirchert, Donna Emerick, Jackie Olin. Kay Ziejtler. Sue Swartly. Pal Weaver, l.inda Wilman, Sharon Bcn«inRcr, Kathy lloi«inxerton. Nancy kapp, Janie, Mull. Kathy Bcrper. Tracy Slatihauph. Dianna Mari|urtte. !hri«tinr Hack-iiian. Sharon Adam . Vnn Ri»»miller, Pat Orris Sylvia Kcr|ier. Third Rou Brv Sterling. Janier Buell, Su-an Sharpie-', Marcia Snyder, Steve Lindenlierg. Erie McClellan, Jim HoUinger. Ijrry Snyder. Bil liard Sutton. David Sauder. Ridiert (iruenenald. Kennelh Mac lord. Joe Chvok. John Wilhelm, l.ucinda Marl. Gall Woods Mary Ellrn Slumpf, M.irg Kanimrrrr. Mary Vmidon. "•andra Boose. Fourth Rou Dennis Kohler. Eric Carrel, Thorny, Peters. Steve Brewer. Janie warr, Jainc' Mi ( ormick. Jeie Mover. Kobert Shtick. Tom McNutt. Tom Spearinjr. l-irrv Koecker. Joe Purdin, Oiarle 1-atilz. Dan Linttle. Mike Hank. Miki Eiseitlfritrr, John Both. Phil Wilman, Don Bol-linger, Roliert Nohle, Jim Muwr, Barry Shaefer. Harry Ludwig. At the 1‘iimo: Janie Shank. CHOIR I’mlcr the direction of Mr. Karl E. Moyer, the Millersville Stale College choir presented two concerts for tin’ student' ami faculty. I"or the uiinual Candlelight Concert tin; choir chose the theme. "Christmas Music of Pennsylvania.'’ On ludh Sunday, Dcccinhci 12. and Tuesday. Decent-|l(-1 | I. the choir performed numbers composed b native Pennsylvanians, including compositions b Mr. Moyer, l)r. Russell P. Getz. a former Millersville professor, ami Dr. E. Oram l.ytc. During second semester, in addition to several guest appearances at various colleges ami high schools, the choir presented its annual Spring Choral Concert. "May Day -Songs of |.ove." Guest organist for the concert rvas Pro-fr-sor Pierce Getz from l.ebanon Valley College. 120 Time out for o “s'™ al,,nR ' Flute: Vnn«- Bil rr, Lesley Elmer, I’aul.i For»niark. Mine G.i»i. Bon-nie McClay, Nancy Marie Nell. Linda Wert , I’ai Winner. Oboe: Nanc Houlrllfr, Harry Olio. Clarinet: Janie Finncmcycr, ( linsjie La Belle. Susan laing, Carl Mreklcy, Linda Miller, Janice Mull, Margie Meyer . Gail Sham, Barbara Ann Shelley, Barbara Shirk, Mary Anne Showers, Carolyn Sloan, Sami) Zerhy. Alto Clarinet: Carol Wareham. Baa Clarinet: Diane Marquette, Hose McQuate. Bassoon: Kathy Halos. Lynn Morrison, Cynthia Snyder, Saxophone: Donald Heniei»en. Klain Koch. Alela Kuril . Steven Lindcrhcrg, Theodore SluuiTer. (ornet anti Trumpet: Sle en Brewer, (-arl Cramer, (ierald Cunfrr, TIm mi.i Celir. Robert Hinkle. William Jackson. Gerald Miller, t ab in Schneider, Linda W allarr. Faith W hitehead, Philip Witinan. W illiam Yoder. Trombone: Dale Bubb. Konald Carman. David Heckendorn, Janet l.jndi . Jame. McDonnell, French Horn: James Musser, Ellen Slagle, Jam.-- William . Baritone: Brad-ley Mel ger. Bass Horn: Fred Cilhcrt, ( harle Mucnch, Ikmald W'eiinan, Percussion: Mary Boswell, I’hillip Brown. F’ileen Mans, l indu McCarthy. John Parrlla, Cynthia Kineer, Jamr Kolhenl tenter. Billiard Woodward. II I XI) The Millersv ille Slab- College band under the direction of lr. James Zwnllv presents public concerts at Millersv illr as well as off campus. The marching hand plays at the college football games ami appears in patailcs ami other special events. This year the concert hand of Millers-ville presented three concerts, one Ireing a “pop concert.” The marching band generates spirit at athletic events, ami the concert band provides the students at Millersville with an opportunity to hear varied forms in music. The band is maintained as an organization through it student olli-cers who are elected each year by its members. n student with musical ability i urged to join the hand. Mu. James E. Zwai.iy, Band Director 121 COLOR GUARD Marilyn Selutr. (Jiri Wood, Margie Tourney. Dona Giovina xo. Diane l y ••W'ki. (larlmra Straub. Barbara Ixiliy. I I m WOMEN'S COMM I NITA ASSOt IATION i nude up of member from each wunn't dorm wh»»r |iur|M M-it in promote harmonious dormitory living, first Ron: Christina Crewler. I'ji Huggins. Jane Junge, Maryann Kit-Min, l‘jm Itendi. Pal Rird, Marianne Swart . Snvm Rote: Jaw Simmon . I .»i Snodgr.i . M.»r Ju Ksierlinr. Mary nn Shower . Su-an Mi l -iindilin. Sara Iliililtii'M, Deanna Kline. II OMEN'S COM Ml MTV ASSOCIATION ME VS COM Ml MT) ASSOCIATION Tin- promotion of harmonious dormitory living is tin- basic ftinclion of tin- Women's Community Association. With the Dormitory Council as its governing ho«l , the association is comprised of all women students who resirle on campus. Although the iim-ii residents are not under curfews or many of the other regulations that the women are. •‘till some semblance of order must be maintained, and this is the purpose of the Men's Community Association, which attempts to function with as few rules as possible. Not all the students, however. Ii e on campus, and so comparable organizations are in existence to knit the commuters into a solid unit. Iii an attempt to make (lie women commuters as comfortable a possible, the Women' Day Student Association has moved into the Mu ic Hall rooms in Old Main North. Similar facilitie have In-eu provided for the men commuters in Cumberland House, and the organization re |mn ihle for these conveniences is the Men's Dav Student Association. MKN'S COM Ml NIT A ASSOCIATION i. comprised .. re,. irMiilnilve Irom all lire men’s dormitories wli» art a» the judiriul council for men. I.rfl to Riis it: Joe lamkowski, Joe I’urdin. HOME VS DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION 123.sa i pper The Snap wr stall deserves approval lor Standing nows coverage throughout the ]4J65-1%6 college year. Chief among issues were the out policy, foreign study program. Student Council elections, and student opinion of the Vietnam war. Generally four pag s. the wtrckly published Snapper saw expansion to six and eight page issues. In October, Snapper was host to delegate- from eleven of the state colleges meeting to plan the Pennsylvania State College Pre— Association. I-aler in the vear. Snapper nided Pi Delta Kpsilon in sponsoring the annual meeting of high school press groups. In March, six stall members attcmlcd tin Columbia Scholastic Pres.- Association conference planned largely by Andrea Robison. Snap [ter s third president of the Association’s College Division. To dale. Snapper has received thirteen All-American awards from Associated Collegiate Press, six Medalists from Columbia, two lop typography awards, and four ratings from National Newspaper Service. Mr. 11 it lend a hclpinc hand i« edilnr Anil) HoImmiii and Diana Denenherg. Jean Smith. Judy Kicker, Janet Kichard, Mike Gorlin amt Linda Manner watch while .Mike llile how.» tin hi the mechanic f the camera. S iUfi jr Mail wj» organized to inform llu •Indent and (acuity almut their i.mipii. fnxn week lo week and ul o In gin- them an opportunity to rx|»re » thcimrlvc'. First How: Diana Hetrick. Pamela Green, Roinainc lirrckhiel. Gail Groff, Diana Ilmen-1 ndfr.t Kohi on. Joan (.‘omloi , Jackie Fugue, Barry Thninma. Second Row: ami Power- , Hue Beth Singer. Molly Kent. Dirk Fry Sue Gifford, Kami Lane. Mr. Farlr Iliir. Tracy Stamhaugh. Sandy Miw., Jane! pgar, l ui Hogarth, Galhy Gontcllo. Roinninr Brcckhiel, Sandy Mosesy Holly Kern, check the aiodgnmcnt- for tin-week. 125 Stall mrmberr work on their j-o-igmncnl .Eileen Buck. JoAnn Kcllenbcrgi-r. Ei-Iren Long cheek pictures for the year book. Thr Editors: Joann Kdlciihcrgcr, Sh.ir.in Wallace, Lois Goodwin. Joyce Hofliiun, Sluion IknsinRer, I’jiii JqIwmiii. TOl CUSTOMi Scheduling pictures, selling interviews with department chairmen, trying to meet •leadlines. and deciding themes and layout are only a few of the problem that confront the Tot custom: stall as they attempt to organize and publish a complete and accurate record of all the events that have happened on the Millersville campus during the past school year. The result of all these efforts i the brown arid gold hound volume that volt are now holding in your hands. Under the guidance of Mr. Karle M. Hite, campus public relations director, the yearbook contains pictures and write-ups on the faculty and administration. seniors, underclassmen, campus organizations. sports, advertisements, and campus life which consists of a series of candid photographs highlighting the year's social events. With such a definite purpose, the ToUciistom: plays a vital role at Millersville. 126Previous yearbooks often give idea for the following year. This stall compiles all the happenings and event of the year to form tin- campus yearbook the Tot custom;. Fini How: Eileen lams. Judy Hrown, Anne Sunday. Joanne Kellrnlicfjrer, lad Condwin. love - Hoffman. Srmtui Row: Heike Stolp, Eileen lliick, Sjij Jane Londg, Ia rraine Goodwino. Pamela Johnson. Thin! How: Linda Kttaro. Donna Tlmmasco, Mr. Earle Hite, .Marilyn Miller, Carla Washington. Linda HolTmnn. Mr. K.irh- Hite give Pam Green advice concerning lli - Black and Cold. C ‘ □ □ 0 Pamela Green and Sue Wagner work assiduously Oil I lie lllack and Cold. BLACK IM) COLD How late will iIk- library In; open Sunday? Whore do we play our next basketball game? I lost my umbrella and don’t know where to find it. The answer to these and many other queries may be found in the Black ami Cold. a handbook designed to assist the students and faculty with many problems whose answers cannot be found elsewhere. Since most academic affairs are listed in the college catalogue, the Black ami Cold deals mainly with the campus activities. Published each year, the handbook server as an up-to-date record of administration and faculty, student government. campus information, college services, organizations, athletics, events for the year, and a campus map to acquaint the freshman with the layout of the rapidly expanding campus. Any upperclassman can really attest to the value of this publication. Staff Members: Nancy Kjpp. Pinml.i Green. At Slraiencr. Sue Wagm-r. Marge Tuomey. 128WICKERS Thin organization i« thr men social fraternity formed ( • promote a m. eial alnm-phcrc in addition to an academic onr. First Rote: Boh Heis-erinan. Jerr Hoin, Frank Penning ton. Denny Reentry, Paul Swanrn burg Second Row: Nick Valudo, Ken Watkins John Laskow'ki, Bon Ferenee, Marty Groff. DOLPHUS CELIII Tl.i- organization. admitting member' on a competitive l a i», prc'cnl a synchronized -wimming bImiw each fall in which tin girl- iheniM-ivc' write the • ripl, plan the theme and program, and devise tin cliorcogiapliy and roMmim . First Row: Donna Swan, Linda Kman. Linda Crccki, Sherry Kendig. Nancy Zcmanik. Sail) Myeo, Joanne -Sailin', Gail !•'. Smith. Susy Voting, Joyce Hall. Robin Petlygrove. Jan Skiles Sue Bagen»lo c. Marly Start. Sue Fi'hei, Mary Jo Kstcrlinc. Second Row: Joanne Biandl. Diane Dict .ler, Pat Donnelly. Su'.ui Roinigcr, Allison Hamilton. Barbara Yeager, I'crry Dunn, Jayne !ort 'ieh, mi lllig. Sue Kiilinger. Emily Cranford. Ronnie Montag. Sue Kauffman, Margie Mason. Sue Sharpie-'. Diane Allen, Janet Richard'. Sue Evans. Su-ie Deppen. K.ithy Zook. Third Row: Kathy McDonougli, l.oia Lee Foley, Marcia Kaffcmdicrg er. Margie Sllepler. Belly Lewi', Belle nn Capriolti, Sally Kelly, Nancy ekei-on. 4 hull I Irom pi'c l re: Ellen Milehell, Sara Jane I.C'ig, Carol Hawk. TECUM CAE ARTS CLl II Men and women of ihe college gain construction and Icrhnical experience by providing decoration and technical assistance for college function'. First Row: Bob Lunger, Ken Thomas, Mike Hite, Phil Biown. Second Ron: Steve Kulieki. Kli e Vananuin, Nancy Craig. Perry Gem mill.IS1S151S1S151515IS151S151S1S151Q1S1SIS1SIQ1S151S1S151Q1Q’ SPOR TS ISI51S1Q15U5M515M515MS1Q1S1S151515151515M515M5 Athletic .in- an ini|mrtunl « I« iii i»I in I In •••In .ilinnal n m|Niun«i whit’ll makes up (lit k«’ to lit future . Through u with’ ami vuried sports' program. Ylillersville students have an excellent opportunity to improve hotly a- well as mintl. Football, cross country, soccer, basket bull, swimming, wrestling, baseball, track, anti tennis are among the men's varsity sports. Women hove an opportunity to participate in fieltl hockey, basketball, tennis, and lacrosse. In addition to varsity -ports, intra-murals arc olfered for both men ami women, liolh men's and women's varsity clubs round out a versatile extra-curricular athletic program.First Now: Hay Rowe, Richard Hilislinun. Richard V»llpr . Ouilr Orlinan. Jim Krj.tr. Jolm Kylfcr. Second How: freshman conch Carl Kane. Frank N«wakow ki, George Harmon, Howard Fyock. Jack ll.nllir. Andrew 01-cn. Jere Krndrrdinr, Tom Rapehintki. Toni Main. Ted Kolerwa . Joseph Kramer. Third Kate: assistant coach Max Kilry. Jnwph Smicherko, Bcnrirl Coo| rr. Nick (inrln, John .Shcaflcr. Richard O'Donoxan. Stcplicn Martin. William Hoff. Bernard O'llern. Michael llrmak. Tom Kerr, Harry Dudrek. Fourth Note: assistant coach lam Kamptilla. Konald Potter, Samuel Prtry. .ak. Moyd Stover, John (.uilfoyle, Kirhartl Shiffrrt, Frederick Weaver, Mikr Rerno-ky. Larry Rowe. W illiam Vojid.'Dennis Place. Hod Bitn-oii. trainer. Fifth Note: line coach Gene Groff. Kohert Mclamaphy, Kdward Puchal-ki, John Picc-a. Martin Moore, Pavid Koran, l)a»id Morn-m. Richard Gloccklor. Ken Miller, Jay Doherty, Gary Collin . Robert Parker, Rolo-rl Shenk. tnunafter. Sixth Non: head coach Cpornr Kalchnicr. Thomas Down . Raymond Kasper. Joseph Pal In . Barry Menu. Grc nry Piimnicldin er, (Juinloii Boroi. Ken Kulakow-»ky, Richard Landis, Pavid W'amslcy, Janie- DiCicco, Michael Cerfin, assistant coach. (didders in I. Lose I Originally picked It finish .it the bottom of the Stale College Conference. tin- 1965 Marauders ex-•riled everyone as they enjoyed their moment of glory in posting an even four win—four loss season. To the surprise of every sjicctator at Biemesderfer Field the football team opened its season by humiliating visiting Glasshoro Stale, 11-0. Miilersville took full advantage of Glasshoro’ lack of experience as the Marauder offense showed real potential in scoring almost at w ill. The team journeyed to Kutztown the following week. After a hard fought game which saw Hon I’orter run for two touchdowns and Harry Dudeck intercept two passes, the Marauders made their record two victories and no losses. All thoughts turned to the upcoming cst Chester game as the MSG campus came to life with the football spirit. A tough West Chester team played host to the Marauders and despite a fine team effort on tho part f Miilersville, the Hams won. 25-11. I nfortunate as tile defeat was for Miilersville, it could not compare to the grief of the West Chester team and school as they mourned the loss of their fine coaeh. 132 Vi)()TBALL RESl'LTS Miilersville II Glasshoro o Miilersville 19 Kut .town 6 Millersx ille 1 1 W est Chester 25 Millersx ille 0 Mansfield 1 | Miilersville 27 Bloomshurg T2 Miilersville 6 East Stroudsburg 33 Miilersville 26 Cheyney 15 Miilersville 22 Brotkinirt t.N.Y.I 20I’nwrriiiK through ilit- !.in«fn-l«l line, (ullli.u k Ted Koientj | ick u|i yjritjjse. Ti.ni Hain 115) ji»«I k.»t.-rv»j» lead interference 4« 14■ • ti Purler -kin- lift cud. Next year- defensive apl.iin John Rylkc and male wail a» I he Marauder offensive move ihr hall. George Bonder, who suffered a heart attack during the game and died a few hours later. Mansfield was next on the schedule but the Millersville squad was not ready for the bigger and heavier team from northern Pennsylvania. A poorly played game on VISC’s part led to their second loss of the season I 1-0, and evened their record at two and two. for the second year in a row the Blooms burg game proved to lie a heart breaker. After taking an early 20-0 lead. Millers ville's defense failed ami the Huskies came on strong, eking out the winning touchdown in the final two minutes to sneak hy with a 32-27 victory over the Marauders. Hast Stroudsburg, repeating Conference champions, beat MSG the following weekend. The halftime score read 6-6. hut the second half was a different story. East Stroudsburg, determined to show its strength, came hack with a 27-point second half to crush the Marauders. 33-6. After sustaining foui straight losses the team was in danger of registering a losing season, hut such was not the case with the Black and Gobi. 'Touchdowns by Joe Dallas and Dick Walter- sparked a 26-13 victory over Cheyney as the Marauders gained their third victory of the season. In the final game of the season Millers-ville travelled to Brock| ort. New York, ami engaged in what proved to he the most thrilling game of the season. Fine playing was noted on the part of many of the Marauder such as John By Ike. Joe Smicherko. and Jerc Kemlerdine hut especially, senior Tom Marino who kicked two extra points, passed for two more and ran for a cruciul first down instead of punting the hall. Millersville proved to he the victor hy a score of 22-20. thus winding up their season on a happy note with a I-1 record.Till path i il I hi III III In rli'jrril for Dirk Wullrr aflor ralrhing i |ui » in tin opining gamr of I ho wason. Quarterback II.tin heads downfirld ns a lu»l of Marauders follow. Il take? a lot to bring a good man down a» Clavdxiro i« finding out in Mopping Marly Moore. About to go down i- Ed I’uchaKki after snagging a well thrown pa from Gary Collin . Ilud Orlimin follow? lus Mocker a- In- turns tin-loft comer for a good gain. 134KlltSIIM AM TKAM Fir it How: J rr i'.ult . Harry Marklry. Ted Boer ck,d. Hill Butler, John Coin, Herb K.diin-m, Ori« Kneep, I’juI Flowers, John Veagley, Hick Griffin. Hill IK vsn-. Second Hou: Ken Mcckley, John I!•-. Holn-rt Young. Charles Inur.un. Jim McKinney. Dan Mtteri. VNoii Brown, Hill Yoder. Sieve Blanovsk), Charles Side-. Frank Defuinio, Ja) Henry. Third Hou : David Ki cb. manager; Sam Fluke. Ray Horn. Terry Kline. Fred l.utki . Tom I'aidur, Frank t’.umpi, Joseph MeKoeh, Hen MacDonald. Hill I’a-quino. Joel Demarco. coach Carl Kane Fourth Row: Arden Tdrrelo. (jil DivaK l U Niylic, Tom Conlnhky. I.arry Hiirkhart. Tom Makalusky, loni I’ennypaeker. Hon Kandlrr. Ken K-belnun, Till Ibdlen, Mike Crrfin, as ti slant coach. FRESHMAN Millersville 27 Millrt-ville II Millenville 11 Millersville 26 Mill,-,-sill,- | FOOTBALL Kul tow n (I Bnllis Prep 20 Stevens Trade 0 Shippcnsburg 27 W eM Chester 0 Bill Downs outrun- the opposition a- he look for Id- receiver downfield. Frosh Are Winners For I he second lime in two years like Millersville freshman squad posted a winning season as they were sparked by the line playing of Barry Markley and John Coles. After defeating Knt town in the opening game, the young Marauders went up against a tough and much bigger Bnllis I’rep squad and suffered their first loss of the season. Getting hack on the winning track the freshmen blanked Stevens Trade hut once again were unable to put victories back to back and dropped a heartbreaking game to Shippensbtirg, 27-26. The Millersville squad came back with a repeat performance of last year ami defeated West Chester. I')•(). in the finale. This victory gave the Millersville freshmen a final season record of three wins and two losses. 135WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY TEAM From Hun -. Jam- Rtoder, Sylvia Allium ?. Joanne KellenhiTjter, Kathleen .......................... Barbara Chestnut, Sandy Koiiprnhjvrr, Mary Kli .ihetli Rose, Judy Cardamon?. Hack How: l.yiin Guniliol. Kami Grantham. Dixie Parker, I lawn Mu »ehnan. Nancy Run . Lynn Biggcrstaff. Mary Jo Kslcrlinr, Chrioine Wood, Sue Lehman, Sherry Cyphers Maryann SwarUt, Margie Brown, Mr , lone Dorwarl, coach. Millersvillc Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville RESULTS I l)i kinson I Elizabethtown 1 Shipjiensburg 0 Gettysburg 0 Multlenlterg 1 Lebanon Valle) Everyone played her hc t durinc the Kli -il»tli town (tame .i MSt won, W. The truK)d" I on for |uituu- nofl of the hull in lu'huiion Valley battle. 5 3 3 Hockey Team Log -; 8 5 The Marauderettes had a very trying 4 season this year. Their record for the season of 1%5 was one win, five losses, and no li( s. Hie highlight »f tin season was I lie Elizabethtown game. The Marauderettes won a victory over Elizabethtown, l-.'t. for the first lime in 10 years. After winning this game, the women ho|ie l to have a winning season, hut. their opponents hail other idea . I hri WimmI. hitth scorer of the season. i kejit l n-v by an KliralM-lblown opponent.MII.I.KKSVII I.K SOCdEII S ,M Al) Rollout Row: Twin IVlw, Uovd Annan. Juek Srhnudrr. K»n Ference, Paul Swinrnbrrt Tom Siiich-berry. Mom Jaia. Itnb Hei ernun. Top Ron . Terry - l it. Bob Nikolau . Lrvn Klioad . Frank CriM. "nicer Ka |xn. jimll Sln .ircr. Ed llj|crn, Tom Winter . Jim l wrencr. Jim Arnold, coach Cenr Wi c. SOCCKU HF.SI LTS Millersvillc 2 Ml. St. Mary's Lincoln 3 Millersville (l 1 Millersvillc 1 K. Stroudsburg 2 Millet sville 0 Susquehanna 3 Mi llers v ille 0 El izaliet blown 1 Millersvillc 1 Phila. Textile 2 Millersville 3 Shippensburg 1 Millcrsv ille 2 Messiah 1 Millersv ille 1 lank Haven 1 Millersville 1 Howard 6 lawk llax ri Knalie i» picture of lrii»iution a Ferroce' dint elude him in net . Boaters Have Rough Time Victories over Sliippcnshurg ami Lock Ilaveit were the only mark on the credit side of the ledger for Millers-ville's soccer team which suffered through a dismal 2-8 season. The team lost its first six matches before tripping the Maulers. 8-1. Then following a loss to Messiah College, the Marauders heat Lock Haven. 1-1. A defeat by Howard I Diversity closed the season for the hooters. First year r oach Gene Wise was forced to work with a small squad as three veteran failed to report for the team. The freshman squad may give Wise a boost next season. Mon Ferenee and Tom Stitchl err led the team in scoring. Coach Gene Wi e (right huddle with co-captain Ron Fereme jud Paul Swancnbrrg. 137MII.I.KKSYII.LK STATE COl.l.KCE CROSS COUNTRY SOI'A I) Slrvc Fir , Don Wilier, J k- CanglofT. Paul Rhode . imrh Ail llultiir. KnerUnp ndy Solni. I’liil Muih and Marly Mrlirlirjn. CROSS COl TR RESl LTS Millersville 21 Mount Saint Mary 3d Millersville 23 Lincoln 3d Millersville 39 West Chester 19 Millersville 30 Cheynev 26 • 1IIM. a c » am Millersville IT I’hiladclpbia Textile dO Millersville 2J! Kings College 28 Millersville 26 Rlooinsbiirg 29 1 MIX. 1 C » MIX Millrrsx illr 39 Kli abethlown 16 Millcrsx illt 25 Look Haven 30 Millersville 2Q Susquehanna 26 Millersville 39 T owson 20 • i mi i ?» in" ST TE COI.I.KCK CHAMPIONSHIPS 3RD Harriers al .5(H) Losses in I lie final two meets «»f tin season dropped the cross country team to an even 5-5-1 mark. la’ll l junior nee Marly MrGchcan ami captain Phil Mulh the team opened with a pair of victories and then fell at the hands of West Chester which has spoiled perfect marks for the harriers for three straight years. An upsci by four points by Cheynoy underscored the team’s one weakness during the campaign—a luck of depth. Injuries felled Mulh for several meets and forced Rhodes to the sidelines. Four of the five 'ctbacks came on a total of less than five points. Mulh and senior Andy Solari will lie hist to graduation, but the rest of the squad will return. Coach Art I Inline is hoping for a number of this year’s freshmen to bolster next year’s squad. Loath Art Holme Iback to camera) give squad | r«--mrei -ir.tlrgy.First Row: Linda Wntrcwa. Judy Cardainonc, Ellen Beaver. co-captain; l.i . Booth, co-captain; Linda Lochman, (lathi I’aul, Mr . Trout, couch. Second Rote: Let W right. Marilyn Spangler, Judy Simmon -. Ii.nh.ua Ni»lc . Sharon llumphreville, Carol Jenkins, Sandra Monos and Jennifer Barlowe. Third Ron-: Su« Lehman, la i» Shearer, Mice Mourv, Kitty Dotnbucli. and Karen Clark. BASKETBAL Millersville 38 Millcrsville 31 Millersville 23 Millersville 32 Millersville 22 Millersville 39 Millersville 29 . RESULTS Susquehanna 26 Cheyncy 48 Shippenshurg 33 Muhlenberg 51 Gettysburg 47 Elizabethtown 51 Chcvnev 53 II omen II in I. Lose 6 Although the coeds lt.nl the assistance of several players from last year's team, they till had difficulties. This year, as well as last year, the women seemed to have trouble with the last quarter of each game. Ellen Beaver and Liz Booth, co-captains of the team, led the team in scoring. I liable to end their losing streak, the coeds completed their season with one win and six losses. 139 TIut’s the way. girl : guard her well.Itill Wood tiglil Southeastern player lor Imll. Jim llell-lio iiiilm in ji lwo-|Hiiiilci Jumper l» IIikIiI llriin unit Iwo point”. Gagers Great Millersvillo basketball pluyers handled nil I In; opposition this year except Clieyney Stale nml l{o kltursl. Mo. Tile first team i-out llicin tile l SCAC I.ustem Division title mill the second cliininntcil them at Kansas City in the NAIA tourney. However, tile team 1 ill broke records l y tbe basket (nil and thrilled fans all year loll". The team finished second to Cliey ney and tripped Mansfield for the District |9 Y l title and the right to go to the k ' tournament. In accomplishing these feats, the Marauders of coach Dick DeHart won the most games, 19. of any MSC cage team, and scored an average of 99 points pci game, another MSC record. Holh Captain I'rank Oslislo and Roger Kaspcn passed the 1,000 mark for career points. Kaspeu tallied »7 I points for the most of any Millersville eager in history and ranked among the first live players in the country in rebounds per game. All live starters averaged in donhc figures |ier game. Itudd Heim, Joe Schneider and Itill Wood joined the other two in thi- depott-ment. l Christmas time the team euplured tin Itridgewaler. Vri., Holiday Tournament, the first lime a team from above the Mn--oil-Dixon line ever achieved this feat. It aspen and ileiin made the all-star team mid Uaspen was voted the tournament'-most valuable player. To add to his laurels. Raspen made the Kastcrn Division all-star team in the conference and won the Crank Ninsworth trophy for the year. The team broke the school scoring mark early in the year hy scoring I2H pointsM.uju.lrr ragrr h» ran circles armiml much ..I ih.ir opposition tin- jmr an-: Glenn Slliwl, Jim Nalulr, JrH Gaudier, K.m i raynisk)', IU xrr Hasprn, Frank Osl Mo. Uud.l Jim ll -lt«hf, Jrrry Oliura. Hill Harry Km. l-irry 0»nir, J.m- N Imrldrr. Hill Sanni. Kneeling ate: manager Hull |„r.iii. cone A Dick DeHart, freshman i varh Hay Mullin anti in Irani are: managers Hill Gilrom, Julm Grab. against kulztown tintl then broke il again lain on li) i«.H oi liiif{ an astounding 133 points against West Chester. Among tlit victories worn twin wins against traditional rivals Klucnlrcthlown ami West Chester. The eagers also won two of lliroe games against Mansfield. the Iasi one giving I ho Marauders the Disirirt «'liiiui|»ionsltip. Coneli Rnv Mullin' freshman nigcrs also enjoyed a winning season although Crush will have a tough time making the varsity next venr sinee only senior Kill Sanni will graduate this year. IMSKKTBALL BASKKTB Al.l. IIKSl I.TS Millersv ills KM; Howard 101 Millersville 128 kul .town ‘Ml Millersville 91 Ship| en«hurg 78 Millersville 78 lUooiii'hurg 89 Millersville MS Southeastern 92 Millersv ille 101 Western Maryland 77 Millersville 102 Bridgewater 86 Millersv ille 101 F.lizalrethlown 82 Millersville 81 Chev nev 101 Millersville 113 M.iusfield 112 Millersv ille 83 Philadelphia Textile 99 Millersville 118 Bow in 77 Millersville l.oek Haven 77 Millersville 73 Kut towm 86 Millersville 116 Bowie 82 Millersville 81 Ship|M-nslmrg 70 Millersv ille 133 West Chester 77 Millersv ille 03 Hast Stroudsburg 82 Millersville |()0 Hli om liur}! 97 Millersville 71 (]|ir ||i v 102 Millersville 89 91 Millersv ille 115 Fa»t Stroudsliurg 71 Millersville 103 Fli .ahethtow n 70 Millersv ille 08 Matisliehl 86 tNAIA Tourney 1 Millersv ilh- 86 Bo« khurst 102 ' Kansas ( ity I •'“pen Kin,-, .112.1111-1 Mansfield in NAI title came. KVi's 141Krosli x-r.itnltlc fur rrljouiiii againM Kul lmvu. KvlMMiml Uutpcri apjiu-l Wr»l ClicMrr.Schneider dribbles away from foe with Kaspen (301 and a headless Orli lo coming l help. liiiproin|ilii rally honors Marauder U|hiii return from Kansas City. 143 l).,r»rll Snyder. Randy Carper. Kirk Chandler, Mike Ilellz, Larry Gndjn, Dino Me Kjeld CliriMcn-en, Myron Zwixamky s immim; rksi lts 53 Howard 12 »1 mt mt MilltTAVlIIc •16 Shepherd 19 »l III' 1 o' 111 f illcmvillc 55 Kli ahethtown 10 1 iiivi a ■■ iv M illersvillr 59 Morgan 36 1 illri x illr 11 Blooinsburg 54 1111 i a' in Millersville 51 East Stroudsburg 44 Millcrsville 71 Philadelphia Textile 21 Millersville 60 Wilkes College 35 Millcrsville -13 Lock Haven 52 Millersville 30 Lvconiing 61 Fifth in State Meet They’re off in Brook Hall meet. SWIMMING Winning six of 10 meets the Millers-ville mviminers put together another winning season. I wo losses in the final two meets prevented the team, coached hy John Apple, from compiling an out-staiuling season's record. Following an opening meet victory over Howard I niversity. 53-12. the team lost a squeaker to Shepherd State. •19-16. The MSC mermen then trip| ed Eliza-Ih'IIiIow n and Morgan State, lrcforc I icing sunk hy Bloomsburg, 56-11 to set the mark at 3-2 halfway through the schedule. Three more triumphs follower! before the Marauders lost their last two meets for a final 6-1 log. They edged Hast Stroudsburg. 51-11. and then overpowered Philadelphia Tex-tile, 71-24, and Wilkes College. 60-35. A meet with St. Joseph's of Philadel-Mermen Win 6 phia was canceled by the Hawks be-cause of the lack of a pool. Lock Haven then tripped the Marauders. 52-13, in a close one and Lycoming dealt MSC a loss in the last meet. 64-30. In the State College Championships tin- Marauders finished fifth as Slip| cry Hock swam away with the title followed by West Chester. However. Ted Fitzgerald and Mark Ottinger captured individual title- for MSC. with Fitzgerald setting a new mark in bis event. Coach Apple and his team gained national prominence before they ever swam a meet during the year. As a conditioning device, the coach had his team roam the campus daily for a two-week period on crutches. The team members went to all classes on crutches and drew much attention on campus. A publicity release sent out by the MSC public relations department drew attention to the training methods, and the story was picked up by the Philadelphia Inquirer and Sports Illustrated. Cob Pulchcr hil- finish line t win for MSC. False Marl as swimmer on left cun. Ted Fitzgerald (right) hits water at start of race. Mermen strain for good start in Brook6 Hall meet.WRESTLING TEAM First How: Denny Fi»lier, Sam McKecmun. Harold Schenk. Phil Muih, Frank Vasquez. Ron Tirpak, Jim Lawrence. Gary Fabrixiu. Rill Vogel, Tom Mi-Kccinan. Second How: Al Slro? rr. manager; John llrattnn, Cliurle Peek, Paul Heisoy, Harney McGrunn, Fred Wilier. Mike Grove?. Willi.im Schrirer. Joe G.ingloli. coach Rodney Rim on. RESI LING WRESTLING RESI LTS 23 1 1 31 5 27 8 Millersville 34 I’ltihuli'lpliiu College uf Bible 3 20 13 0 36 2 33 o 38 6 31 13 2D 2 Wilkes 34 0 44 Millersville 17 Shippensburg . . - - - . 22 Action in Lock liaven-MSC tnecl. Wrestlers tangled up in Shipprnsburg meet.Mat men End at 5-8 It was all wrapped in a pair of streaks fur the Millers v ill wrestlers in tile 1965-66 season. The matincn opened with five straight victories, hut never won again as eight successive losses followed. In the eight defeats, all against the meat of the schedule, the Marauders were only able to make one of them close that was the finale against Shippenshurg. The Marauders bowed in that one. 22-17. The leant opened h whipping Howard I nivorsity, 23 1 I. and followed with four hig triumphs. I hey walloped Lincoln I niversity. Kutztown and rhiiadelphia College of the Bible, and then edged Klizabctblown. 20 13. Then the roof fell in. First-year coach Bod Bimson found himself beset with injuries and lost star Denny Fisher on ineligibility at semester time. Bloomsburg broke the Marauders win string bv administering a 30-0 shutout. West Chester followed with an rus 33-2 victory and Clarion tossed another whitewashing at MSC by a 3B-0 count. Fast Stroudsburg made it four straight losses with a 3-1-6 setback and Lycoming won, 29-13. Wilkes won. 31-2. for the Marauders' sixth defeat in a row, and then Lock Haven, number two in the country, gave Millersville a real mat lesson, 11 0. It was the worst defeat ever absorbed by a Marauder wrestling team. Shipj»ensburg then made eight consecutive reversals by nipping MSC in the season’s finale. Co-captains for tin- year were senior Frank Vasqucz and Jim Lawrence. Vasqucz anil Joe Kramer will be lost to the team through graduation for next season, but Bimson, like other MSC mentors, is hoping that a wealth id freshman talent muy enable the squad to improve on the 1965 66 record. In tin- State College tournament, the Marauders were unable to put any wrestler past the quarter-final round.BASEBALL SQUAD Fir»i How: coach Cfflt Wise, Bob Marker, Harry Dudeck, Tom Downs. Tom Marino. Dick Stoll. Ken Moyer. Fred Hi libs Jerry Confer. Second Hon: Barry Men ;. Mike Lalloda. Mike Hickey. Re«l Stoner, Don Fortna, Ben Cooper, Craig Ix-wi . Jrfl Camber. Third How: Cleon Stittel, Dick O'Donotan. Dick H»n».ikcr. Joe Schneider. Fred Webster, tiarl Keek. Jim I’hillip' and Jim Zcrby. 1-7 Mark in Hasrball . c k K'U 7 Clen l.ivcbbcrgcr torse ball away allci putoui al fir-t. I’ulout at ibird on lag bv Craig Lewi . Millersvillc's baseball team logged an 8-7 record in a rain shortened season in 1965. Paced by the stout relief pitching of Don Fortna, the team was on the verge of a very successful season until late losses finally put their record just above the .500 mark. A double defeat at the hands of Mansfield hurt the Mau-rauder ' cause, but the worst blow came in the season’s finale when kutztown rallied for five runs in the ninth inning to edge MSC, 55-7. The team had earlier split doubleheaders with Fast Stroudsburg and Lock Haven. The Lock Haven twin bill saw the teams exchange shutouts. One of the bright spots of the year was an 15-7 victor) ovei West Chester, which seldom loses to State College Conference foes. Wall kreider was succeeded this year as coach by Gene Wise, who also couched the varsity soccer team for MSC. 1965 BASEBALL KESt LIS Millcrsville 2 3 1 7 1 Miller's ille Millcrsville 6 Fast Stroudsburg 5 Fast Stroudsburg 3 m i 6 Millcrsville 5 5 5 0 Millcrsville :t I Millcrsv ille 7 kutztown 8I'HK 1VW TRACK M Fi f Note: luiilanl touch Karl Kane, Tom Slmwaller, Carry Snydrr, Ur ) Howe, Ken Kulakow ky. lurry Mar-•lull. Jim NaunMtwu'li. K«n Porter, Marty McGchran, Hill l.ap an ky. Elam Lain . coach Art ilulnic. Second Now: Harry Canicford. Ralph Drck-ard, Jay Jones, Doug Grave, Dons Hill. Frank Gci t. Tom Main, Cliarlr Sipes. Hill llowcn-. K..ti -S-lwood, M Dolls. Ken Hojtle. Third Note: John Sullivjn, Janies Johnson. John Yioka, (Juries Peek, Bob Murphy, Dave Waindcy, loin Alexander, John Waldron, Dick Suiters, Jork Penny-packer, John Scheafler. Paul Rhoads manager. Cinder men Lose Only One Coach Arl Hulme’s track squad enjoyed another great season in 1965 as ii recorded seven victories in eight meets. The team was whipped soundly l Blooms-hurg for its only defeat, hut followed this up l»y living Bloom for firsl place in the Cedar Cl ill relays. The eindermen easily routed Delaware alley and Kul .town in early meets liefore the loss to Rloomshurg. They came right hack to edge Lock Haven and then nipped East Slroudshurg. 71-71. in the most thrilling meet of the campaign. final victory over Susquehanna ended the season on a w inning note. led hy the phenomenal Joe Will, who broke the all-time Marauder scoring record, the team gave Coach I Inline a fine season. The State College championships were held at Millcrsville in 1965 and are scheduled here again this year. West Chester walked off with the laurels last year. 1965 RESULTS Millersville 98 Delaware Valley Millcrsville 106 Rutztown Millersville 17 Rloomshurg Millersville 80 Shippenshurg Millersville 84 Lock Haven Millersv ille 71 East Slroudshurg Millersville 91 Susquehanna Tied for 1st in Cedar Cliff Relays 6th in Stale College Meet i Il U hrs ad Kjii and Vn Hulme line up plan wiili R.m Selwood ami Tow Main. Dill W.K.d clear bar in high jump.WOMEN'S TENNIS Firu K.,u: J.nrt Waller. « il Un.bn.1. Linda Cathrrs. (Paul. Sandy Mum and Cheryl McCI.de. Wd Kor. Mr . Kalhryn 11,11. coack: KrS,na Ha, . Don, Shadd. Barbara .Vwlin. Elate Cry .. Shirl Fid.er, Donna Bolt, and Jan Hull. Coed Metiers 2-2 l%5 WOMEN S Millersville _ 4 Millersv ille 5 Millersville 2 Millersv ille :? TENNIS RES1 LIS Dickinson 3 Elizabethtown 2 Muhlenberg Shippensburg 3 1 Millcrsville’s women nrllein ended their «»• son all even at two wins and two losses. The coeds defeated Dickinson and Eliza-Ix'llitown. Inil I lowed lo Muhlenberg and Shippcnshurg. The victory over E-tnwn was a sweet one. however, since it was the first scored over the nearby rivals in five years. This season the women face a six-matcll schedule with Mrs. Kathryn Mill again serving as coach. The team will meet the same foes as last year, providing the weather man eoo|icrates. I.ast year two of the matches were rained out and canceled.A oilers 11 nvc Kig Y ?«r Eleven victories in 1 I matches gave the 1965 Marauder tennis team one of its finest seasons on record. The team lost only to Towson. East Stroudsburg and Shippenshurg. and onl the loss to Stroud was a rout. The Warriors won. 9-0. The setback at the hands of Towson was avenged in the final meet of the season hy a 7-2 count. With captain Bill Locrcher leading the way. ami Dave Smith and Dan Witrnan playing well, the Marauders won their first four matches Itcforc losing a pair. They then copped seven of their hist eight matches. This season the team will plav w ith a new couch as Mr. Jnlm pple assumes the job for the first time. i.oaeh John A|i( li-, Ciaig llok Dave Sniilli hi opening drill . I a" ""nun (right) gri, congratulations from West ( tn -irr f«M' on victory. Hill lorrrhrr, lQftS arc neller. 1965 RESULTS Millersville 6 West Chester 3 Millersv ille ( Bninhridge 1 Millersville (, Itloumshurg 3 Millersville 6 Kutztown :t Millersv ille . 4 Shippenshurg 5 Millersville 1 Towson 5 Millersville , Rloomshurg o Millersville 6 Rainhridge 2 Millersville o East Stroudsburg 9 Millersville ft Kutztown I Millersville 5 Cheyney 1 Millersville ( Elizabethtown :t Millersville ■ Susrjuehanna 3 Millersville 7 Towson 2 MEN’S TENNIS TEAM first Row: Craig Hoke. Dave Smith. John S ullin. Newton Kershnrr. Marty Jacob . RmIm-ii Shinip, Jaek Olsiol, Robert Rrigh. Ceorge Moore. Sloven Marvel anil John Clulikian. Second Rate: Coach John | ple. coach M Kolh. Jerry Miller. Jay Wilmei. Ilrrlierl Horn. Barry Su mann, I). W. Sterner, ndrew Cai.lmr. Ross Cwlmuur. asst, manager Jan Seitz, and manager David Meadiey. 151 mgmrile 1966 Touchstone has been compiled b main people who have contributed hours of their time. These people not only include the staff hut also others who are in some way associated with I'ouch-stone. We would like to express our thanks lor the line work done h Mike Hite and Bowers Studios who were responsible for our photography; the S. K. Smith Company, the creators of our cover; and the Grit Publishing Company, the printers and engravers. Our special thanks and appreciation goes to our adviser. Mr. Farle M. Hite, for the time, advice, and inspiration that he ga c us. e would like to express our thanks also to Mr. Kollin Stcinmetz who was a great help to us during the absence of Mr. I lite. TIIH STAFF OF TOl CUSTOM£ 1906 Joyce Hoffman Eii.een Long Co-EditorsI I) E Page Administration _____________________________28. 29 Alpha Bela Alpha.............................. 114 Alpha Phi Omega________________________________ 118 Arl Department__________________________________ 38 Association for Childhood Education International _____________________________ 114 Band........................................ — 121 Baseball .................................. 148 Basket ha 11................. 140. 141, 142. 143 Bass I or Geographic Society----------------- 113 Black and Gold_________________________________ 128 Canterbury Club------------------------------ I 17 Cheerleaders___________________________________ 122 Choir........................................ 120 Ci laniard_____________________________________ 110 Color Guard ___________________________________ 122 Council for Exceptional Children--------------- 108 Cross Country---------------------------------- 138 Dedication____________________________________4, 5 Delta Phi Eta................................ I Of) Dolphin Club __________________________________ 129 Education and Psychology Department_____________ 34 Elementary Education Department----------------- 45 English Club___________________________________ III English Department______________________________ 40 Football............................—...........132 Foreign Language Department--------------------- 40 Freshman Class__________________________________ 99 Geograph) Department---------------------------- 36 Health and Physical Education Department — II Hockey ________________________________________ 136 Industrial Arts Department______________________ 41 liilramuruls--------------------------------- I 19 intercollegiate Conference on Government_____ 112 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship------------- 116 Junior Class____________________________________ 92 Library Science Department-----------------------45 Lutheran Student Association ________________ I 16 Page Majorettes __________________________________ 122 Mathematics Department ----------------------- 36 Men's Community Association ----------------- 123 Men's Day Student Association------------------ 123 Men’s Varsity Club__________________________ 118 Methodist Student Movement-------------------- I 16 Mu Kappa Mu__________________________________ 115 Music Department______________________________ 39 Natural Science Department-------------------- 35 Newman Hub________________________________ I 1 7 Phi Sigma Pi................................. 106 Rod and Gun Club........................— 119 Buddy Scientific Society----------------------115 Senior Class----------------------------50, 86 Snapper______________________________________ 124 Soccer----------------------------------------- 137 Social Studies Club_________________________ 113 Social Studies Department--------------------- 37 Sophomore Class_______________________________ 94 Siring Ensemble------------------------------ 121 Student Council------------------------------ 107 Student Pennsylvania State Education Association _____________________________ 108 Sw burning------------------------------ 111.1 15 Technical Arts Club ------------------------- 129 Tennis -------------------------------------- 150 Touch slone _________________________________ 126 Truck....................................... 149 Wickers Club................................ 129 Who’s Who............................. 87. 88, 89 Women’s Basketball--------------------------- 139 Women’s Community Association---------------- 123 Women's Day Student Association______________ 123 W omen’s Tennis ----------------------------- 151 Women's Varsity Club------------------------- 118 Wrestling .............................. 146, 147 Xenophile Society____________________________ 109 Young Democratic Club_______________________ 1 12 Young Republican Club----------------------- I 12 153 A D VER TISE L lMSl olQlSlSlQIjSlSlSlSlSlQTQlSriSlSlSlSTSlSlSlSUo Advertising is the key to success in the business world and Touchstone salutes the companies and organizations that have contributed to the publication of this edition. 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