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:iub am NewnessKeynotesExpert Talks on ESP Here • I t_•_ • _-I..—.aia f L. flalj T 4«. •• illait • !_ nnAltla I MSC 'Revolution' that certain pcoplo actually have the power to predict what will happen in the future with Uartllng accuracy. He also said c. dean of men. eodM and ciph-ty. Both »ympo- 0 STUDENTS Expansion for Future Includes Basic Reforms in Education BY 1980 Two Floors of Library Before Entire Building tg MSC Builds 't 21st Century Millersville State College CT QUEEN f parapsychology and ex-,velopment.s In the field. Today, rnsory perception here to he la holding conferences with f students, faculty and other In- , Gaither Pratt predicts on th« Nliller l progress In the field will i t r - I . ft H Traders Pin MSC Students Profs Frosh, 46-3 Ruffled by Swan Killing to Open Is Done brary education classes now I ing held in the Ed Psych Bui Work Starts On College Apartments is begun on n lan to establish tage-type apart-hy Millersville idents. oner, developer s. said the pro-a will be com- Miss Isabelle Huston, assistant librarian, told SNAPPER that the lower two-story section of Ganser Library will be opened and used before the remain- as soon as the contractor has met all the standards, this part of the building will be accepted. Miss Huston said it 1 hoped that this section of the build- Her sville ‘Old Grads' Dr- Christie Installed turn for Homecoming As MSC’s 4th President [ MSC Choir Ballet Performs Continued From Pago On -------------- -Booters to Face S To sing Yule Tonight at MScCouncil Opens Ticket Sale 9-Game Schedule visiting to a sister school Sr— i Jst Hockey Win WiSC Coach ■For Millersville' Writing Fourth MStnrUk’s field hock Football Book Jiadail -- —- j __________________________ A new coach will guide the ______________ Millersville soccer team through Pennsylvania chedule fall- A1 Woolley, a former coach Go'cnv at Wr.st v. Fantasticks Open 2-Night Stand in Lyte Tomorrow Marauders Win AT F M. MILLERSVILLE —= _ Student V ar on Poverty srs feted MSC.Sophomore Second me Ch§h n Area Beauty Pageant1 Jlto fv L MM, f _ . _ Recruiting for the 1966-67 Stu-Sided Oct 30. and ihe Mudcnts —SnnhAmiu-a -Tcaru Stam. — ninnanin and. I_iidth IWI . Wv nn Pr»v»m .Knrrly Schneider MVP letter will present “Europe LcL C Choir Gives A™™ge Starting Salary is $4,848 for Millersville iposer Treat ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ « rw ““y;.:;; 90% Of MSC Graduates Teacher Parley Are Teaching In State Slated at MSC By CAROLE SLOTTER osc who jammed Lyte Auditorium r the annual Millersville State loir roncert had a special interest the program—he was hearing for t' man of his own music. • t.t St...... .. ..J .LUs .it r« w!emvi., fcr THE 1967 TOUCHSTONE Millersville State College Mi 11 crsv i 11e. Pennsy 1 vania May, 1967, Volume 68 Co-editors Eileen Buck Pam Johnson Associate Edhors Linda Eitaro Lorraine Goodwin Business Manager A11.ken FisherI DEDICATION l.iiti'i im.' hi elusse will) fillfitisiaxm uml challenging student t understand iheir historic heritage. |ir. Kidmrd C. Keller uclivrlv involves -Indent in the course, whether il hr I . S History and Government. Trueliing of Social Studies, or Goiietnponir) A flairs. n.rmi»li his - K ill fill i|uc tinriiiig, -Indents find themselves using information they Innl learned Iml never nlili .rd. Ilius, Dr, Keller is an inspiring professor. Outside the classroom. I)r. Keller does not Ion his eMlheiaine. Hi roll in the annual Spring Fling coed-faculty -ofthall guide Ini? earned him fame a- an adept first baseman. Sinee hi- arrival at MSI. Dr Keller has served as a hardworking adviser to the Intercollegiate (.miferem e on Government, the Young Democrats ('luh and the Social Studio Club- With reaped for hi- -diolarship. admiration for hi- teaching wisdom and sincere appreciution for his service to MSG. the stall dedicate- tin- l'K 7 Tonrhxtonr to Dr. Richard C, Keller. Dir. Riciiako C. Kki.i.kr I 2FOREWORD Last year, several persons attempted to change tin- traditional college mascot, the Marauder, to a more modern symbol. Despite this attempt, the Marauder survived as the emblem of school spirit at Millersville. The 1%7 Touchstone stair has chosen the spirit of Millersville State College as its theme and has chosen the Marauder to represent this spirit. It is a spirit that uniquel combines the old with the new. Modern Ganser I.ibran rises above Old Main North; an expanding Liberal Arts program joins a more comprehensive teacher education curriculum: a more active student body begins l dissolve the campus apathy. This is the spirit of MSC a spirit that is a unique combination of tradition and change. WE PRESENT TO YOU . . . THE SPIRIT OF MILLERSVILLE STATE COLLEGE TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction.................................1 Administration and Faculty . . . 11 Seniors.....................................27 Campus Life.................................81 Activities.................................Ill Sports . . . . . . .139 Ads........................................161 sThe rising structure of Ganger Library is silhouetted beside Old Main Amidst physical changes . . .Tin: Methodist Chimli I'cllowship Hall servos as a classroom for Prof. John Ellsworth Wintei until the completion of (iauser classrooms. Tradition. . . . in all types Mr. Hi 11 in Stein met venture? forth on a rainy day. A new fallen snow blankets the sleeping campus.of weather . . .Serving. . . . people create a spirit. Working. Socializing.“Everybody ready for musical chairs?’' Music chairman James Zwally has the answer. . I cremated Sam McGee,” at least the version was created by Dr. Thomas Douglass. "Shall we sit the next one out?” Mr. Jack Fischcl, Social Studies Professor, asks guest at inagural ball.The Spirit of Millersville Tin- spirit of a college- of Millersville—i as important as it is (lifTieult to grasp and to describe. Perhaps liv describing win it is important I ran explain what it is. Spirit is important to a college because it constitutes a s' 1 ■' 1 which binds together all of ii students, fac- ulty and administration and makes us a community of scholars. There are many aspects of such a community: faculty and classes: dances and sports: tests and grades to cite a few. Kadi of us. as we think back on the community of scholars we call Millersville State College, may see it in one or another of these aspects. But if all of us have done our job well, we see the same community of scholars bound together by the same spirit and identified as Millersville State College. Your membership in and graduation from this com-munity of scholars will constitute one of the most important experiences in your life. It has given you lifelong friends, an ultimate profession, and an unparalleled opportunity to search for truth and learning. We who remain salute you who are leaving, wish you Godspeed and hope to see you soon, and often, on campus. Kodiskt A. Christie. I resident The Christie family. Dr. rind Mrs. Christie and the children. Kllin and Tommy. 05736160Dean of Academic Affairs Dit. D w.r Shuck Registrar Mu. A. I.wins BltVCkltll.l., Jis. DEANS Deans servo as pari of llio integral system that keeps Millersville State College functioning as an orgunized institution. In charge of formulating residence hall policies are Dr. Clyde Stine, dean of men. and Miss Helen (ionwav. dean of women, with the help of l)r. Ceorge Stine and Mr. Henry Bucher, assistant deans of men. Dr. William Duncan, dean of student affairs, is responsible for co-ordinating ami administering all aspects of student life as well as maintaining the college calendar. Sonic of Dr. Duncan's specific responsibilities include supervision of health services, food services, traffic and safety, and extra curricular activities. Responsible for the administration of admission policies as determined l the faculty, for the awarding of Sico anil other scholarships, and for contact with public schools is Dr. Robert Brown, director of admissions. Newly appointed Dr. Dale Striek. dean of academic affairs, is responsible for academic progress, recruiting new faculty members, and approving faculty housing. Faculty members consult with Dr. Striek concerning their methods of leaching and professional development. Serving as Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs. Dr. Daun eshil is in charge of all student records, evaluation of transfer credits, teacher certification, and other duties as assigned l Dr. Striek. Dircetoi of the Liberal Arts Program. Dr. Michael Kovach supervises the entire program by keeping abreast of new developments within the liberal arts field, relating these developments to the faculty, incorporating these developments into the curriculum, and dispensing information about liberal arts. Included among the duties of Mr. . Landis Braekbill. the registrar, are the scheduling of classes and preparation of the master schedule. Guidance Services are provided through the office of Mr. Ghatlcs Kent, director of guidance services. Mr. Kent, in addition to helping students with any problems they have, administers the orientation program for new students, serves as adviser to foreign students- and co-ordinates guidance services with other administrative agencies.Dean Studrtii Affairs Assistant Director of Academic Affair Dr. William Dunam. Dr. Daun Ncshit. i "• Mr. MU-rl Woolley. Mr. (.corse Kalchmcr and Mr. John Apple. Second Row: Mr. rl Kane. Mr. Arthur lluln.c, Mr. Eugene Cioff, Mi. Richard l !I.irt ami 'lr. Rodney Bimson. PHYSICAL EDUCATION I K. If VN MONO HI NKLE Chairman. M I mlcr tin guidance of Dr. Raymond Runklc. tin-physical cduration department offcri d two new courses. sports officiating and ramp counselling. In addilion l« tlio new courses offered, many outdoor rccreulional facilities were completed. The sports program was further expanded with the addition of lacrosse and golf as varsity sports. Fim Rote: Dr. Mary Eli ..ibeth Dixon and Mir lone Dorvrarl. Second Row: Mr . Marjorie Trout. Mi . Kathryn Hill and Miss Sandra IVtrr .SECONDARY EDI • TI()N STAFF Firxi Row: Dr. James Mourcy. Mr. Samuel Fon i and Mr. H. Shield Mrlilrr. Second Row: l r. Hurt Dun-mire. Mr. John Hor»t, Dr. V. A. Cham|M and Mr. Jaine White. EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY I’he educational psychology department, under the leadership of Dr. Kugene k. Robb, initiated a new program in graduate and undergraduate studies in the education of the socially maladjusted and emotionally disturltcd child. Undergraduates are required to fulfill twenty-four semester hours for certification in elementary or secondary-education in this field. Student teaching and professional practice will take place at the Pastern State School, Trevdse. Pennsylvania. LABORATORY SCIKHU STAFF Miss Eli aheth Jenkins, Mb llre Wagner, Mb Yvonne Selkirk, Dr. J. Richard Zerhy. Mrs. Elsie llo-ietler, Mr Richard Smith. Miv Miclucline Santanirllo. Mi- Beatrice Smith and Mi— Audrey Rune. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STAFF Pint Row: Mi-. Mildred Donnnn. Mrs. Lillian Itruome and Mr . Kdn.i Simon. Strand Ron: Mr. Riehard Meiley, Dr. Samuel Riegel. Dr. Caleb Bucher and Mr. John Pflum. SPECIAL EDUCATION and PSA JIOI.OCA STAFF First Row: Dr. Willi...... Rerg. Dr. Hymn Slmwers, Dr. James tly anil Dr. Annette Rich. Second Row: Dr. Paul Kiiimnel, Dr. Riehard Kettering. Di Richard lie-.. Mr. Jacob Win - and Dr. 0. II. Aurand.I.IKK VKIANS First Row: Mrs. M-lln-r Whilcly. Mi— Bonnir McCracken, Mi- |,a|„-||,. ||,,„on. Mi— Mary Weal hr, -low Mr . M.i Tribit. Mr. . Dornlliy Cavanaugh. Mr , Lit urn I Wring and Mr . Marion Ki.ilt-r Second Ron : Mr. Kay I lacker, Mr . IVarl Miller. Mr. Ddn Triliil. Mr Drnni Moiiluftnu. Mr. William l)orf and Mr. John Main.- LIBRARY EDUCATION Due to recent increased interest in library education. expansion of fac-iill and facilities has become a key note at Millersvillc. The library education department under the leadership of Miss Coral Melson has added one new faculty memlier and has increased its curriculum enrollment to 350 students. I he facility increase was the recently completed Causer Library where department offices and classes yvere moved during the second semester.First Row: Mr. Robert Anderson. Dr. Kn hard Doutl, Dr. Cfor e Franco, Dr. Francis K.ifka mil Mr. Gordon Taylor; Second Row: Mi. Robert llioldlrr, Mr. trhan Monical, Mr. Ralph Miller, Mr. Gliifnrd Yard. Mr Kctiry Kauffman, Mr. Paul Kshdinan and Mr. Phillip Wynn. Robert (i. Hosteller of the Industrial rts Department travels to the laboratory school ever)- week to help the elementary teachers and students construct three-dimensional objects to use in their studies. The Industrial Arts Department, under the direction of Dr. Karl M. WcIht. has further increased its scope this year with the addition of two new members to the staff. INDUSTRIAL ARTS 17 ART Sculpturing can I fun, T'lhZLn"in,'rd; ,XV Hoi r'ly']n K™« -ar'°n. Second Row: Mr. KoUrt lluslcad Ur. LKtiimuck Fanani, Ur. Harold Loner. Mr. Jusrpli Olmm and Ur. Ilcrx-hrt Fried r? Chairman Ur. Ronald Sykes enjo sculpturing in his spare time. The art department, with Dr. Ronald Sykes as chairman. added an Art Kducation curriculum to the already existing curricula. This program o| cned up a whole new division in the art department. Many more courses were offered to majors and to the general student body. The art department also cooperated with the science department to offer general, scientific and pre-medical illustration. During tin1 second semester. Dr. Dominick F'anani was acting head of the department, while Dr. Sykes was on sahhatieal leave. I Mi-- Jean Romig help? Christy .Madden with piano selection. Department (ihuinn.ni Mr. Janir- wall) discii M-. plan with Mr. Karl Moyer. MUSIC In keeping with the nit of academic renewal j ter ending the campus, the music department. I leader I by Mr. James all . saw music added to the curriculum as an area of concentration for elemental') education students. During the second semester, the music department initialed the Sunday afternoon at Four Series for the purpose of broadening the students and faculty’s understanding of music through concerts. As in past years, the hand, choir, string ensemble and Madrigal Singers performed for college and community organizations. iENGLISH First Hnu-: 'lr. Charic Patton. Mr. (.« i l«n Symonrl . Mr. Jowpli Khm. Mr. William Dillrr. Mr . Mar -4lri Wood brill p Mi-- l‘li Hi- Gnodnun anil Ml» »rah AKlrrluml. How: Mr. Funk llruvnrr, Mr. Donuld Burkholder, Mr. Hrnry l.ilihurt, Mr. Clmrl. Muemh. Mi Grace Wenger anil Mr. Charle Cum|n|on. Third How: Mr. William Wright and Mr. William Trout. Following the spring resignation of Dr. Lynwood S. I.ingen-feller. Louis G. Jennings was appointed acting chairman of ihe department for the 1966-67 academic year. Under his surveillance, the F.nglish department worker! on plans for change's in the present Knglish curriculum. Next year Dr. orman Charles will assume the position of chairman of the department, relieving Mr. Jennings of hi lcinpor.it position.lirsl How IJi. Irene Sadie. Mr-. J{u i|ui'linc l-ona, Dr. Olga Iglcsi.is. Dr. K. Thom.i- Douglass .mil Mr Juxiph DoCanip. Sec-ooil l ow: Dr. Gu Saylor. Mr. Donald Je.mnri Mr, Byron Drtwilrr. Mr. Daniel Kogiit. Mr. Bernd ollioler ami Dr. Michael Kovach. FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Tin: language department under the direction of Dr. Theodore llupp added -even new faculty members to tile stall tlii - year. Dm in;; the Tull. tin- depart incut player) host to the IrtHTviri: Conference fm Language Teachers, headed h Prof. Simon Dehisce of Penn Slate. During the summer of DWiT. the language department expects to initiate a graduate and master's degree program. Dr. Theodore Rupp. Chairman.First Rvic: Mix Kvllirr kdlicITer ami Dr. R "twirl Ford. Set-unit Roh ; Mr. Arthur l.ord. Mr. Mr. Rirtuni Schneider and Ur. (Jlen Slciihcruon. I)r. Robert Ford, chairman, intlnicU cIj»» in geography. GEOGRAPHY This year tin- geography department umler the direction of l)r. KoImtI . ford lias continued to expand it extra curricular interests. The International Ron minty Studies, a magazine which deals with political geography, is a new addition to the department's reference.-., A popular innovation in ’66 was the coffee break, which was originated and sponsored by the geography department. These coffee breaks consisted of guest speakers, movies and discussion. Mr. Riclmd Schneider supervise" mapinakirig.First How: Dr. Jo eph Walker, I r Kich.ml Keller. Dr. Virginia Beck, Mr. Kon.ilil (Irreo. Dr. Gluile |x lt ami Mr. Jack FWItrl. Second How: Dr. Gharlc l.ord, Dr. George Young, Mr. Glarence Goode, Di. Jamc Halt net I am! Mi. William Kena-w«»ll. Third How: Mr. llnlmt Harm- . Mr. Jnlm Winter. Mr. Junto lollx ami Dr. bruiu Fooler Fourth How: Dr. Vallnnc Mcltv. Mr. Kcytmlil koppel. Mr. Kolirrt lint . Mr. William Ihd-ko, Dr. William Hli»», Mi. Knn.ilil llrivmn. Mi. I'homa Tirado jiuI Dr. George Stine, SOCIAL STUDIES Dr. George Young, chairman, cluck- the morning mail. This year I hr social studies department eullie under ihe leadership of Dr. George I,. Young, To kerjl pace with MillersvilleV growing needs Dr. Young i aiming for at least one doctor in each discipline and for an expansion in the curriculum. In keeping with Dr. Young's aims the department added six new members including Mr. W illiam Kenuwell. Mr. Ronald Benson. Dr. W illiam Bliss, Dr. James Hartnett. Mr. James Jolly and Dr. George Stine. Mr. Fifclirl keep up with the latent new . 23I K. JOSEPH MEIER. Chairman. MATHEMATICS Dr. Joseph . Meier foresees sweeping changes in the math department as lie lakes over as ehairman of the department following Dr. George Anderson who served eight years in that capacity. The department hired four new professors this year and plans to add another four next year. I lie diverse capability of entering students, the adjustment of the former curriculum to new advancements, and the coordinating of different disciplines within the math department arc only a few of the problems facing the new chairman. To meet these problems, changes are underway: the student will begin with an intuitive approaeli to form general ideas, the curriculum will he revised to meet the student's ability, and courses will lie taught with related disciplines in mind. First Ron1: Mrs. Miller, Mr. Roy Garland. Mr. Ramon Steinrii, Dr. George Anderson and Mr. Roller! Kuihart. Scrotal Roit Mr. (Juirlc- Wolf. Mr. Jay Weaver, Ml-' Nancy Cii|K noln, Mr. (diaries Dmlinger, Mr. Seymour .Steinberg and Mr. Harry Gunier.Mr. Kenneth Miller. « «.»lo r professor. she, |iul|, | ( fi SCIENCE I'mplinsis mi earth and space science i- a new outlook in the science department, headed l» Dr. lcx I lender son. Kudiation science, oceanography, and geology were added to undergraduate courses: physical scienee and earth and space science were also added to the graduate level. The department gained nine new members, including Dr. Satisii Ithalla from India. Mr. Alex Henderson, thnirnum, illuolruln f,.|, tor .1 jjenrral liiolosy flaw. First Rou-: Ml. Kenneth Miller, Mr. John Itnrjluu li, Mr. Paul Mrlnrrnry. Mrs. Virginia Harrell, Mr, Jainr, Koken and Mr. Hymn Kolir. Srconil Row: Mr, Willi. Itai latt, Mr. Shin-Pan Tins. Hr. CJeorjw? Stauffer. Mr. Ilamld WVirirh an.I Mr. Sydney It.idiino-k). Third Row: Mr. John Kolli. Mr. William Jordan. Mr. William Yurkicrie . Mr. Wayne I.o.-m Ii. i and Mr. Hernard OoUdam. Fourth Row: Mr, William Mdlwaine. IN MEMORIAM FORREST R. ENDERS. associate professor of English at Millersville State College. died August 25, 1966. in the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia. after being seriously ill since June. resident of Lancaster. Mr. Enders served on the college faculty since 1962. Previously lie taught at William Penn Senior High School in York and at Tri-County High School. Canton. Pa. Mr. Enders received his A.B. degree in 1950 and his VI.A. degree in 1955 both from Penn State University. He was a John Hay Fellow at the University of Chicago from 1960-1961 and did graduate study at Penn State from 1961-1965. while on leave from Millersville. Mr. Enders taught American Literature, speech and Freshman English at Millersville. His untimely death saddened the campus. MISS ESTHER E. LF.NHARDT. a retired member of the Millersville State College faculty, died on Thursday. January 2. 1966. in the Lancaster General Hospital after a four-month illness. graduate of the 1910 class of Millersville Normal School, Miss Lenhardt served on the Millersville faculty for 51 years. In 1929 she was co-editor of the lyrics for the Millersville Stale College alma mater. She was also responsible for organizing the Citamard players, and served as drama coach, directing 95 student productions. After resigning from the English Department in 1951. Miss l.euluirdt returned to college service the following year as alumni secretary. She held this position for 11 years. In 1962 she received the annual service award presented by Snappt'.r for outstanding service to the college. It was disclosed in 1967 that Mis Lenhardt had willed her personal collection of approximately 800 hooks to the college library. Few Millersville people have served the college longer than Miss Lenhardt and few have ever been so much a part of the school's development and grow th as was Miss lamhardt in her 18 years of service. 1 SENIORS A student teacher too exhausted to write n letter. Before the processional.SENIOR CLASS "INloll CLASS OFFICERS M) ADVISERS: Firm Ho -: Mi » ImIm'II ’ II. IliiMoti, nAiimr, Sh.iKui treasurer, M.11 kiit kit»i nf secretary and Dale M,ir ri'K»r, vicr presi tint I. Second How: Mi. RoIm-ii Ruilnirt. uAnsrr ami Frank O.li.lo, president. JOHN WILLIAM ACKI.KR .... Pliiladrlpliiu. Pa. IntluMrial Arts-Aunust JIHHTII II. AI.I.KN............................................Mom»villp, Pa. Elementary-Annum I turkey; Yuiiti Krpiildieun Club; .S'«« rr. MAIlV MELISSA AMIDON........................................Lililx. Pa. Secnn dm v-A ii nn m Imir; impliib- Sk Ii-u. SUSAN JANE ANDERS....................................................Springfield. Pa. Elementary- lf« Pennsylvania Stair Kiliiratinn Numijliuit; Smi t ter: Intra........rain; Awtoruliim (nr Cliildlmod Education lntriii.itinn.il. BARBARA IRENE ANDERSON . Salim . I’n. Secondary• May Delia I’lti Kill; Mu Kappa Mu; Women' Stvin- Organization: Trilinnal; Tout Intone. JAMES F. ARNOLD.......................................................Mutton, P«. Imliniiiit Arts-Annum Var»il) Club; Surer. 27 IIAUItARA ik»:m AMIt.KSON J A Mf.S I-. Alt.Mil IIJUDITH E. VTTICK I l.irri-ituru. 1 4. Jtliltll ATTIC K NANCY UH'IMC HACKMAN I'M I. A. II. CKKN$T04 £ IONS A JKAN IIACON IIAIIHA K. II AII CYN I AKH Y l . HAII »:1N M AIIF.LLM: LMII.Y ItAICl.llY MARIAN OLIVE It Alt It Elementary-May Women' ('lii.ru-: Aworiilivn for I IiiMIh-h! Education International; Lutheran Student Association. NANCY LOUISE BACHMAN .... Easton. Fa. I.ilaary Science- Mas PAUL A. BAOCENSTOSE .... We » Chotrr. Pa. Industrial Iris- Mat Industrial rt« Socirly: Photography Club: Sludrnl Guide: Intramural'. I.ONNA JEAN BACON..........................................Craley. Pa. Elementary -August HARRY R. BAILETS.......................................York Haven. Pa. Secondary-August liilr.imur.il Ha-krlltall Oflicul; Phi Sigma Pi. LARRY D. BAILETS.......................................York Haven. I’j. Secondary-August Phi Sigina Pi; lnlraimir.il Basketball Official MADEI.ENE EMILY BARLEY . . . Lwa rr. Pa. Elementary-August MARIAN OLIVE BARR............................................York. Pa. Elementary -January DOROTHY JEAN BARRY..............................................Yardlcy.Pa. Secondary - May I ail hr ran Sludrnl .social ion: English (M: Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. MARTHA REED BATES .... .Shirrroan«nwn. Pa. Elementary-May Delta Phi Eta: Xenophih Sm ietyj l.ulhrr.in Student s oeiaii in; Women's Cltoru . MARY ELI.F.N BAUER.............................................Elkin. Park. Pa. Elementary-Mas Young Re|iul»liean Club: Cil.nu.iid: Snapper: Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. MARCARITE O'CAIN BAXTER .... Sharon Hill. Pa. Secondary-Jan liar y Women’s Chorus: Stiin ; En-cmhlc; College-!........ Orchestra: Band: En gli.h Gill : Snapper: Inlcr-Yarailv Christian Krilov,.hip; unini«sion on Student Life. 28 oortoTitv jka.x ti iuc MARTHA II LCD ll,ATK MAKY-M.UN IIAt I II MIIU.AMIIi: o’r.AlN BAXTI.ltELLEN JAKKKTT BE.WKK Miller-town. Pa. Liberal Arts-May l.yl' Hall, pr 'M li'ni, rerrtory: Kudrlt Scientific Society, itr.t»urer: Women'' Ra kctl al| Team: Women' Yar itv Club, president; Band. MADELYNN F.. LIKCKKR ..... bncmlcr, Pa. Elemenlury SHARON I KK BENSINGKR .... HarrUburg. Pj. Secondary- I lay lioir, xrffUfy; Lutheran Student «cialion: Social Studio Cluh; Touchstone, huMnevt matuxit; l.andr» Hall, vecrclar : Pi Delta Epdlon; Senior Clav, In.i-urer; Kiexhmon “Reg " Committee; Student Guide. DIANA II. RERAN...................................................Dover. Pa. Elementary J. DAVID BISHOP.............................................Mlllrrmllr. Pa. Secondar y-A ugust .Sneer: Intramural Ra kelh.dl. CEORCE STANLEY BUCK BURN . . . Lancaster. Pa. Elementary-May IVack: Men Varrity (dull. k A MHIloN It.I tlllNSINCOI iha.vv it. bkkan DOUGLAS LEO BLANCHARD .... York. IV Elementary-August JAMES ARTHUR BLEVINS. JR. . . . Shrewsbury. Pa, Elementary-May GLORIA LOIS BLISS....................................Philadelphia,Pa. Library Education-May RICHARD ELLSWORTH BLOUSE, JR. . Hanover, Pa. Secondary - Mm Methodist Student Movement, treasurer; liller ville Stale College Rand; Alpha Phi Omega, vice pre ident. president. SANDRA SUE BOOSE..................................................Steven , Pa. Secondary- May Choir; English Club. EI.IZABETII-ANN GEITER BOOTH . Lebanon. Pa. Elementary- Mat Ra ketl all. co aplain: Tennis; Women Varsity (iluli. pn ident; Couneil lor Exceptional Children: Intramural . (.LOBtA LOIS BUSS KU It Util BUM tig. Jit. J. UVVIO lit Hot' CKOBCfc STABLKV III. VIKBIKN niit cLv t»:n uLv r.itARu jAvn.fi uitim u w.kuvs. jh. V Min si »: BOOSK ►;L«ABETII'ANN C. BOOTH 29IIAHBAR JEAN BOHEK .'ani| Hill, P.i. Elementary-May l '"ill' ll f»r Ku -|itioiiul I liililri'll; l’.iiii»ylwiiila Siai.- Edurulion Amwiatinn. FRANK J.BORST....................................................Rcudin . IV Elrmrntnti-;tuau t I H.iiii.'hI. vi. •• pit -xli hi, |.n .|i|rnl: lplu l’ i Ohioim: Newman I luli; Roddy S.irntlfir Shii | . CHRISTINE EVA BORTNKR . . IUnoor.1V Elrtnrtiiari’Jimuiin IVnioylMiii.i Slalf Eduulion »» i.iimn, »r«-rclary: United Cliri liiin (!ani| u Kcllcwi lii|i; W -.iik m'o Clu.Mi.; Hai.ki'llwll. SUSAN ANCELA BOSAK .... Ilarrid.ur,:. IV Seeondary- tngnti Womrn' l li"Mi : N'.-wimin Siml.nl A»»oii.ilii.nt iih min i»lii|i chairman, roric|K.inline ..-crrlnry. SUSAN HEPEER RRAIH.EA .... l-on. a.i. r. Pa. Elementary May ''lu.lihi I.ui.l'': O.iim il (ni Kv i'1'tionul (.liildnn; S'-iu-itilion for IiliilillnH.il Edu .ili"ti I11lrr1n1iinn.il. SUSAN JANK lilt ANT.......................................................Mrrion. IV Ubrttry Si irtu r May Ipli.i llrl.i U|ilni: IVniuylvaniii Slate E.lumlion «»m i.iliim JOHN VERNON BRATTON .... McV.yi.iwi., IV min final .1 ri»-Iontint y Inilu-i 1 i.il rl« Sun-tv: Tr.lini.al Ail« ( lulu Vtr.lliii|t: Intniiiiuial . JOSKIMI PETER BRH.I.HART .... York. IV S rionrtnr»' J unitary Social Sltldica Hull C. .STEPHEN IIKOWN York. IV Secoitrlatv-Januari "laniard; Alpha I’ . Oiimxj. |.rr»i.|i-iit; lnir.iiinn.il-; Student (.uiilr. JOSEPH M. (IROWN, JR.................................................Bradford. IV Secondary January R.. lrr (n«'srj|ihif So.'iriy; Swimniiny JUDITH A. BROWN........................................................Scranr. IV Elementary ■ Max (liluim.r.1: lnir.un.iral-; Xmnphile Swirly; Touch.itnne, -color m.||.iii r.liiur; Si.hI.iiI (.' hi iniil. rla«» ii | ir«i nlativr. PIHIJ.IP R. HHOWN..................................................R.-d 1-k.n. Pa. Secondary- May Hand: Nn-i.il Studir- (.'lull, |ir« •idi-nl; In Iiiih jI Aria ( lul». •'Mill MU J J v Hi "IKK IIMNK I. D.lltsl HI'HA N i WK IIM T JOHN VKHS..V Hit AVION JOAKfll I'KTIM limit IIAKT ., MKI'III N IMOWy Al. HHOWN, JM- 30 ji nmi a. iihown rilll.LII II. HHOWNDALE KU.KNK BUIIB DilMMirg. I’ti. I II.HK,N KAY IIUCK II AIUI.UI V MKI.K.V III I.UIWK Mil m u w. ninii.mii m aynni: r. cai.iioi s nduMriaf Irii’.liifin. i ll.iml public relation im.iiiii; College Cominiinil) OirlicMtu: Inter -Vu-its Clitifliiin Fellowship; lixlii-lrini Ail- Society; linlu-liiul Ail Notional Honor Society; Pep lijmi. JUDITH ANN BUCHANAN .... Clmlwyne, Pa. Hh'ini'Hliin Atlfiuxl ljicn»M!; Iliw.kry; i min. il (or Fxr.-piinn.il Chihli.-u KH.KEN KAY BUCK..........................................................Leliighu.n. Pa. Library Scicncr.-Aufiu.it Alpha Bela Alpha; Hcll.i I'lii Ki.»: Touchtltwc, eo-iilllot; Pi Delta Epsilon. BARBARA HELEN BUUiOCK . . l .ifuycMc- Hill. P.i. I.ilicrut .il ly- ttry Newman ’lull: K.i.I.lv S'lent iti.' Soeirly, •i-cni.iry; Knt«iii li KV Club. I. CURVIN BtIHK......................................Ilnl IJ.m. Pa. Scawdury-Muy Social Si ml ir» Club. DoKOTHIANN MARIE BUTCHER I .in. j.i. r, Pu Elcincnlun l . i Inter V ar»it ClirlMiun Fellowship; Women' Cliorn ARTHUR W. CABALLERO . . CoUlnn.lalo, Pa. Si'iviiiinn-A u fiir.il Kill..moli.ny ( luli; Molli.nli-t Student Movement. SUZANNE K. CALHOUN . . . Ph.Httixvllle.Pa l.ihrun Education- l n Alpha llei.i Alpha: (.it.mi,ml: Stinlent AAar »n Poverty; Folk Dam iim Club IIF.TTK ANN CAl’KItm i . Con.lmhocken. Pi. Si'ronitijry- Mnv K.i-ki ili ill; Dolphin Club: Newman Club; S.eial Mu.lie- Chili; Nrtu.pliile Sieiety: Women’ Cb..ru : Pennsylvania Stole Education -m . i.iiimt. JUDY J. CARDAMOiNE .... Conxliohocken. Pa. Klcincntury-Mtl) Hnskclholl; Hockey; Newman Club; Iniraimirnls: A -.h ution for Childhood Filn. .1 lion International.CM w 1 P - .-V — KOONRY ALLLN COON BENSOT .1. COOPEII JAY WILLIAM CHARLES Coif. Secondary’ May Lancaster, I’a. CHARLES ERNEST CHEEK . . New York, N. Y. n (I ii a I rialA rts-January iViiti'ylvaniii State Education Association; Intramural Wrestling: Intercollegiate (Conference on Government; Industrial Art Society. secretary. UOSLMUIY COOLKY CIlUfPY KAMA 4. CLARK IIAKUMIA LYNNK CLASS UON AI4 Ml vsM COLOMBO JOAN KLIZABETII COMIOIS MIACR LILLIAN MINNRM Cll MILLS HI SSLI.L COOMBS ROSEMARY COOLEY CIIIAPPY .... York. Pa. Klein rn tar) ■ May KAREN J. CLARK ... . Philadelphia. Pa. Kl rrn vii t ary St ay Intr.imuu! : sfocialiun fm Childhood Education International; Women's Basketball; Women's Varsity Club, BARBARA LYNNE CLASS . . (Limp Hill. Pa. Secondary ■ Mat Canlerliury Club: Mu Kupp.i Mu; Student Guide. MARTHA ANN CLEPPER..........................................Carlisle, Pa. Ktementnry-May Student Guide; Pennsylvania Stale Edue.ition Aasoei.ition. DONALD RUSSEL COLOMIM) Nllersvillc, Pa. Industrial ArU- Mat Industrial Vii' Socirly. JOAN ELIZABETH COMTOIS..................................................York. Pa. Elementary- May Student Council, sice president and recording secretary; Newman Club; Sweet, heart Queen 1965: Ysmcialion lor Childhood Education International; Della Phi Fla; Pi Delta Epsilon; Snapper: l-iero ..- Club; Cheerlcading Club. GRACE LILLIAN CONNER .... Lancaster. Pa. Kir tttr n tar y-January CHARLES RUSSELL COOMBS .... Ilellam. Pa. Secondary January RODNEY ALLEN COON...................................................Thompson. Pa. Libera! Irts- May Methodist Student Movement; Social Sludie- Club, vice president; Young Itepiihlie.in Club. BENNETT J. COOPER.............................................Catbondu! Pa. Liberal Arts-.May Studrnl Council; Baseball: Football; Swimming; Social Studies Club. 32NICHOLAS J. COJtllO Id TII R. CORES NICHOLAS J. CORBO...........................................Altoona. Pa. Liberal Art -May Football; Varsity Club, president; Newman Club; Roddy Scientific SsxietA. RUTH R. COREN.............................................Lancaster, Pa. Sr condor v -Jan nor» CAROLYN GAIL CORI.EW................................................Lancaster, Pa. Li hr rot Arlx-Augu t Roddy Scientific Society; Mu Kappa Mu; Nrwnun Club: Xenophile Society: Student Guide. CAROLYN UAII. CORIJtW KATIIKYN .AN.Nr. COSTELLO CAR I. A ItOCHKI.I.E coma NANCY LYNNE CRAW KATHRYN ANNE COSTELLO .... l-.nu.ter. Pa. Secondary ■ Ha) Newman Club, recording secretary' •"id editor " £ Y"; Xenophile Society; Snapper: Pennsylvania State Education Association. CARLA ROCHELLE COTTER ... New Hope. Pu. Liberal Arty-Hay Choir; XenophileSociety: Citamord. NANCY LYNNE CRAIG.............................................Carlisle. Pa. Elementary ■May Technical Art Club; Intramural.; Association for Childltood Education International. SANDY KAY CRANFORD .... Willow irret. Pa. Liberal Arts-January RICHARD ANDREW CRUSE .... Allentown. Pa. Elementary ■ Hay Penneylvaniu Slate Education Association. THOMAS II. CUPPI.ES.........................................Dn-xel Hill. Pa. Secondary-January Football; C.itarnard: Pennsylvania Slate Education Awawialion; Intramural ; Newman Club, vice president, president and Middle Atlantic Prudence oflScer National Council. IIARIIARA ANN DAVIES .... Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary-Hay English Club; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, mission secretary and treasurer; Delta Phi Eta, lieasurer; vice president • ( Landes Hall; Xenophile Club. CAROL ANN DAVIS.................................................Clrn.ide. Pa. Secondary-May Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Women's (.horns; English Club; Canterbury Club. JUDITH ANN DAVIS...............................................Lancaster. Pa. Elementary-January Cilamard; Snapper: Council (or Exceptional Children; Association for Childhood Education International; Women’s Chorus. s m v kaa r:Rvm'oru uh n win imwi.h cruse THOMAS It. at'I'US lUKIIAtlA VAN DAVIE CAROL ANA DAVIS JlOITIt ANN DAVIS 33Jack Rulrlii pals Minn- finishing touches on his unit studies |»ntjccl SHARON IIRICGS DAVIS .... Boyerlown. IV Elementary■ I lav Snapper. English ( luli; PennsyU....i Stale Education Wm-iation, pn-sidrnl. DONAI.D I.KONARD DEEDS .... Reading, Pa. Industrial - Irt.% ■ I uftust CAKMBLITA ANN DeCKKCOKlO . . . I.mcasici. Pa. Elementary May Delia Phi Eta, historian. JANET L DEHART.............................................Middletown, Pa. Elementary May JOYCE LORRAINE DF.HOKF .... DalU town. Pa. Secondary ■ May Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Council lor Exceptional Children. I.INDA ANN DELONG...............................................Ouarryvlllc. Pa. Elementary January Pennsylvania Stale Education « w ialion RONALD EUGENE IVI.ONC . . New Providence. Pa. Liberal Arts DIANA LIN DENENIIBRC. .... Manhrim. Pa. Liberal Arty May Snapper. repoitei, i-nncw. nlitor, editor, »enior consultant: Pi Delta Epsilon. president; Vornrn'» Coiuinunitv ..iution, trea»uier; Delta I'lii Eta; Mo Kappa Mu. Women's Kir Id Hockey. NANCY EILEEN DEVINE . . . Lrmoyne. Pa. Secondary- May English luht Tribunal. WINFIELD J DEVONSHIRE. JR. . . LancaUrr.Pa. Liberal Arts- May snmi.is min.i.s nvvis iminai.o ikon miii iir.m A CVIIVtnt.tTV HI MIIMUlIn J.VNKT I.. Ill II Mil JlIVl'.i; LI illll VIM III . IIOIT II Ml V ANN lit KIM. •KlNVl.ll LI r.LM, III. LONG DUKA I IN lll.Nr.MIMU. I rack; Prr Theologian Club. 34 NANI V II 1.1.1. N in vim; winritui j. in.viiNsiiitii.. jn.LINDA IAIHH DIET H » EM HA ANN UlMlNUJI UU cum KIM. Ml ART LESLEY HUES ELMER JullN I ImllHMlI a Aim 111 W. DIUTS LINDA CAROL DIET .....................................................York. Pa. Library Srirnre dug lift Siuilrnl Guide; Alpha llrli Pcnn«ylvanM Slate hilwialion A ooiall©n. ROSEMARY ANN DISSINCER ... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary- May AmocmIioii (or l liilillnH.il Education lnt«rotational: Womrn' Choru ; Siuilrnl Guide; Intramural ; Al|di.i Beta Alpha. JOHN A. DOKVART..............................................loineu.tcr. IV Secondary-AugiM L«l|s « . DOYIX k. I IIIIISTIM. IIKYLAK I.IIEKT W. DOTTS Ir.i« k; Soccer. Elementary- Mat Lit ill. I j. LOIS C. DOYLE ..... Abinglon. Pa. Elementury-.May Ciluiiuril; Attrition (.'lull, corre»pon linjt secretary and historian; Women’ Glmrii'. CHRISTINE V. DRYI.AK .... Aliquippa. I . .ihrary Science Mat M|diu llriu Alpha, corre»| ondin|t weretary; Newman (dub. It AIIOI.D c. Ill DECK. Jll. HOIIKRT C. Ill N HAROLD CIIRISTION DDDBGK. JR. . Nanikokr. Pa. Steomiart Mat Huh'ImII; Li.nil.idl; Krmdiman IU»keilull; Men’ Vanity Club; Sx ial Sludir ( lull. I.iillirr.in Sludenl Association; Citumord. ROBERT C DUNN...........................................................Chmer.Pa. I nd initial irt% Jannart lnli.imiir.il ; |ndu»lrial Ail Sn iely. JOANNE A. ELK ..... Uowmanstown. Pa. Element at i •Janunr Delia Hn Ida; Validation lor Cliildlmod Education liilernulional. JOANNE A. ILK WILLIAM IIICIIAtm r.INXIC WILLIAM RICHARD EINSIG........................................York. I «. Secondary-May Roddy Scirnlilie Society, vkr president; Alpha I’ll! OmijW, tier president and preiidcnt. SALLY CLAIRE EISENIIART Elementary-Mat Snapper. Iainru trr, I’a. LESLEY EILEEN ELMER............................................Lancaster. P . EUmentar t -dngutt Rand. •e reiaryirrn uirr; Counril for Exceptional Children; Women' Day Sludenl Council. 35I util a»in, IV "Mu MU', WII.I-IAM C. Ki'l-KH J"MN till) Mtn it) VIM MBI. M tC MA"' INK JlJliy LV.VH KUWOHfllt I INI)A KM N Whim. ii'. I .,% Stllllml Elniirnlni t Mm ...m i iii.m, in .iaiiMr: Dolphin !l»il». Wil l I AM l. Kl’l Kll Sn «min 11 Mnt ( llllllllllill. IV JOHN ROY Kill!.......................................................Unmtlrr, IV Sriuniinrt Mat Wn.illnn; Rodily Srirnlili. NmhIv; Wi.k.i- DAVII) EARt IvSSK;.......................................................Ilarrluliurf. IV Srtvnifui) Mm Sii|i||.iiitiirr ( I.,-, mu •iil.'iii; Junlm Kin . | ,r«|i| nl: Nimlrnl ■••im II, |n«- l ill-His Wi.'.iIIuk; Vji.ils ( lull; N.i i.il Sluilii" (JltllS llill.iillill.il- Yviullon ( lul.; IViin l,liiin Student «m i.itlon Ho,ml l I’r. •itleui . pirniilcnl, MARY JO KSTKKI.INK...................................................UnMl.mnr.lv Hlrmrnliit) Mm V'ln iuiiun Ini (liil.ll.iM.il RdiMMlIon lnlrinulii.nul; llockry; I... .. lul»; IK.l|.liin (Hull; Sunlml (.mil. ; luii.iiiiiii.il Snort Jul». %ir« |,t•••i.loiil; student ( .•tun'll, i. | r.x iit.iiUi ; I .mil. « H ill, |., •ul. nl S Wninrn' t.onnnnnily N-— '•tl.m; Women' Vnoily lul.; • lu.ir, «nr |M.n.llii|i «vrrl.,ry un.l i. |.M». nt4 live; IK.hi, I omiM-lot Jl l»Y I NNN KSWORIIIN IU krlli,ill. EUnirniat) Mm (!iini|i Hill. I’u GARY ROSS FAIIKI .IO . . I'illuliurgh. I’ . Srroiulnrt■ August K.h.iImII; Wie.illnu; ,i.iti..n ( lul.; New mu. ( lul : lnir.iiiiui.il : Tril.unul MARTHA JANK KAMAI.KTTK .... Huulcmn.lV Klrmrnhtn Mm A-... i.ati.in I..i (iltililltood Kdurulinn lul,- u.ittou.il; Neuman ( lul SANDRA IKK KAHVKH..........................................................Palmyra. Pa, f'limriiliin.UiKinl J. niGIIAItll FKI.MY .... MlllwvHlr. Pu I ml ml i ml 4 lit Mm liiilii»ui.il M N . u l) II, JAMES HNNKMKYKIt . . . HuilirM, I’., SeruHtliin ■ II.hi.I. lui.'i. .||. iti.ti. I mil.n il. e on (. .,.'iiiiu.'iil, |ir. •ulenl; ll.1111.11,1, |.rr li|rnl. I-'RANGES ADRIKNNK HSCIIKR . . . Mnrrl.vllle, IV Elrmmlan Mm -.... liiii.ui l..i (Hill.Hu....I K«lii iiinni lut. in.itimi.il; IVnn , U.uiiu Si.il. Kilurat|«m A mh I.ilton, II. JAMh IINMUMIII IK,M| ,i»Mll s S i I I till.Sl'Mnjifirlil. I’«. THEODORE K. FITZOKRAI.D Srrolulut) ■ ltiy Xcmiphllr Surlrt); Mm'« .u«ii (Hull, jo ub ill; Swlimning, i »| uln: Clmir. NICHOLAS FOF.HY ..... Ilgmlnwn. I'g. Sr unJutf May Wn-lling: I uthri.«n Sludrnl « igliiui. Al| ln» IVu Mpb.i; S... Ul Sluilir. (lull. ELAINE N. FOKDNKY.....................................UnrgMrr. I'g. A.VrmcwMM May Woinrn » O.i Sludriii A» m Miimi. PHYLLIS ANN FORDNEY .... Lgnrg t«, Pg. I i In'ml 'If i Will I ilaiimr.l. M|»liii P»i Oiikh.i GEORGIA FORREST.....................................York. I ... Strom an hi unit PAHU LOUISE FORSSMARK . Wr l Chmlrr. Pg. I.ihmry SflfHCf Mar M|i|m 11, ’ i i Al|ilu : ll.mil: 11,11 1 .i.l; Siudi-nl Cm.I. ROIIKRT FORTINI Pglmritnn. Pu. htihmltial .irlrjuiiiiaty lmlii.lii.il Ail Sm irli: (lull. iiii,Nai d K. KHUNA .... Ilmhoy,Pg I ml mil hi f UtxJiinmtry Vgf.ily Club: ......bgll: Pi'iin vlvgnlii Imlii.tiidl il« Sorlriyj Min' l(.ul.-nl Srlljlr. 1C | I’ll A. FRANCO.............................................I'lilUiWphlg. I’«. V. on Jan fa a nan CHARLOTTE V. FRF.TZ.....................................................Allrnlnwn, IV SrranJai i l .n Mu K Mu. ............... rliulini.ni JULIA ANN FREY......................................................York. Pg. Srctimhin Mar Lttl ( luli; Npwiimi CImIi; R.«ld) Srlrnllfir S» i.-l); Ent.mwb.g Club. LINDA KII.KF.N FIlEY ..... Mgnhrim. Pg. IMaatyr Srirarr Ho AI| Im RrU AI|«Iij, M. »nlmg « lOgry. tin ••mini. r. »itjm«ai« • i iim si. runii.M) rim 11» sss nuniNKV bUNH.il I'immi»t Paula UH'iu »ii« vmmk III ill I.NI »• l«l 11 % I III IN bill II I’OII t »N A Jl LI ANN IHI I 1.1 IIS I II 11-' MIKV 37SHARRIE K. FREY.....................................EphraU. Pa. Library Science-May Alpha Brin Alpha: English Club; Pennsylvania Slate Education Association. MARIAN DOROTHY FRICK . . . Huntingdon Valley. Pa. Elementary May Women’ Choru ; iwei ili«n (nr ( hddhond Education International; Social Studies Club. reprrsenUtive-at-large; j Phi Eta. treasurer. THOMAS W. FRITZ......................................Mmhrim.hu Liberal Arts- May RICHARD JAMES FRYE. II......................................York. Pa. Secondary - May Rami; Snapper: Alpha Phi Omega. recording secretary. MARY ANNE FDIIRMAN........................................Eu.ton, Pa. Library Science-May Lutheran Student Association; Student Council, recording •eeretary. HOWARD E. FYOCK..............................................Johnstown. Pa. Secondary - May Varsity Club; Newman Club; Resident Counselor; Football. DANIEL BARI) GARRETT.........................................Denver. Pa, Secondary -Augtisl Choir; Social Studies C.lub; Aviation Club; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. ERIC EDWARD GARRETT .... Levitlown, Pa. Elementary-May Choir; Madrigal Singer ; Intercollegiate Conference on Government, vice president. SUZANNE CATTERAI.L GATES .... York. Pa. Secondary •May SCOTT STEWART CEESEY. JR......................................Altoona. Pa. Secondary-August Inter-Var»itjr Christian Fellowship: lb d ami Gun Cluh. DOROTHY ELINOR GEM ME!.....................................Caiatauqua. Pa. Elementary - May Women's Chorus: Council for Exceptional Children, recording secretary: Association for Childhood Education International. GARY RUSSELL GERBER......................................York. Pa. Library Science- Mas Tennis Team: Choir; Social Studies Club; Alpha Beta Alpha. M .ANNF. r ITT Kit ALL CATI.S SCOTT MEWaKT CW»tV. JH. SIIAIlHIt It. min At ARIAS DOROTHY FRICK THOMAS W. ntmt IIICIIAIII) JAMRS FHY K, It MAIIA ASSR rrtlRMAN HOWARD K. FVOCK DARIKI HARD I. NKLTT ERIC KOWARO GARRETT DOROTHY ELISOR GEM MEL GARY RlSsF.Lt. GERBOt 38MICHAEL GAHV CKRFJN Columbia, Pa. micimm. gamy choir uiiui «. cilokrt. mi ikiihmiv cmim; gmck nouuit chmick mikiiiiig. jm. fc. .MMIJnllll A. GOOD MNCI JKAVNK GOOD John MLHMIKV CHAU KAKI..N ANN CMAVBNOH Secondary- May Snawrrr. ports xliior; Krndim.m Football. assistant coach; Nc miin Clult; Mu Kappa Mu: Pennsylvania Stutr Education Adulation: I’i Delta Epsilon. M FRED ROSWELL Gll.BF.KT. Ill Industrial Arts Mas Hand; Orchestra. BARBARA ELAINE C1JCK.................................................Lebanon. Pa. Liberal Arts-August lnlcr-Var»iiy Christian Fellowship, president; Women' Cltuni . ROBERT GEORGE GOKIIKIG. JR. . . • Lancaster. Pa. Liberal Arts- Hay MARJORIE A. GOOD..............................................Williamsburg. Pa. Elementary-May Banal: itamard; Snamter; Pennsylvania Slate Edoral ion Association; ( •■tiiH'il fan Exceptional Children International; Miodrnl Guide. NANCY JEANNE GOOD................................................Poltslown. Pa. Elementary- May Association tor IuMIkhmI Education International: Alpha Bela Alpha; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Tennis; Student Guide. LOIS M. GOODWIN..........................................Faille- Hill.. Pa. Eli-nirntun ■ Mas » riution lor ( liilalliooil Education Intrrnalional, historian: Citainard: Alpha P»l Omega- secretary; Touchstone, (jrulty .mil underclassmen. co-editor. JOHN MITCH El I C.OTW M.T l.ilwral Arit-Mat Phi Sigma Pi. Harrisburg. Pa. JOHN IIF.RSIIEY GRAB...........................................Cutesvillc, Pa- Secondary-May Student Council; Basekrlhall; Methodic Student Movement; Men’ Varsity Cluli. KAREN ANN GRAVENOR......................................Ephrala. Pa. Li bran Edui ation-January Alpha llrta Alpha, parliamentarian. portion WDSA' Homecoming display depicted graduation it MS 39JO KU.AH ch«vh Pamki.a MAB LBKEN LIMA LKK CKirilN PAUL u. r.Kii'rrrii JIIIO CAROL fcUIYI LINDA ANN I.KING IIONAI.il LKK IIAI.N JONKfll JYYIfcN IIAKTLKY rilOMA IIAHTMA.N DMIL W. IIAMVEV. J . LYNN J. IIAIIYKV IIAltHAIIA ANN IIAI'KK JoELLAN GRAVES...................................................lamcarter. Pa. Elementary May Association l r Childhood Education International; Student Guide. PAMELA MAE GREEN...........................................Ut.li. Po. Elementary-Au$U t Itfack and (told, editor: Snap ier, new editor; Pi I Vila Epsilon, treasurer; Women's Das Student Association, junior class representative: Student Guide 1JNIA LEE CRIFFIN...................................New Oxford. Pa. Library Education-August Alpha 1C. 1.1 Alplu. PAUL R. GRIFFITH..............................................Newark, Del. Secondary-May Methodist Student Movement. JUDY CAROL CRIM...........................................Tbom»ville. Pi. Elementary May lnter-Var»ity Christian Fellowship. secretary, siee president; Association lor Cliildh.Hid Eduraiion International; lolr.1nmr.1L: Ii.iskrll.all ehampionship captain. LINDA ANN CKINC Elenten tary ■ A Ufa M . Reinholds, Pa. RONALD LEE HAIN Secondary Lyken,. Pa. Football; Roddy Seienlific Scicty; Rod and (inn Flub; IntraniuraL. JOSEPH JAMES HARTLEY............................................Potuvillc. Pa. Secondary- May Xenophile Society, vice president: Choir, vice president; Senior Class vice president; Phi Sigma Pi; Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Newman (Hub; Technical it- Club; Student Guide; Band, president. THOMAS HARTMAN.................................................Inneualrr. Pa Liberal Art -.May Bodily Seientilir Society; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. DERI. W. HARVEY. JR..........................................IthMimshur . Pa. Libera Art -January Methodist Student Movement; liitcr-Vandiy Christian Fellowship; Intramural . LYNN J. HARVEY................................................Hrnrl Hill. Pa. Li brat 1 Sc Unite-Jan nary Alpha Beta Alpha, re|mrter and treasurer. BARBARA ANN HAUER.................................................Uhanon. Pa. Elemenlar %■ January Association lor Childhood Education International; Women's Chorus. 40hl'SAN Kl.t .Mlt.lll IIAt: II UH nA I.Al.i: HKAIA SI SAN EI.IZAHEI II KM s Hand. I.iIjrml Arls-Janunry Udi-jMw, Pa. BARBARA CAI.E HF.AI.Y............................................I jncaMer.Pa. Elementary- May NANCY MARIK IIKATON .... $oiitliam| ton. Pa. Elementary -August Snapper: Association lor Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania .Stall- Education Association; Dormitory Counselor. THOMAS II. IIEIIERI.FJN .... Millcmlllc. Pa. Seeondary-January Roddy Scientific Society. IU1DD K. HEIM Basket h-ill. Li her u! Arh May Ea»t Pro»|wcl, Pa. I oR.NA CI.AIRE IIEI.I.KR .... Lebanon. Pa. Elementary-May wMHiiun l»r Childhood Education International: Prnn«ylvonia State Education Association: (alain.nd. MICHAEL C. IIEMAK...................................................Jermyn. Pa. Secondary ■ May Football: Handler Ceoi3in|dtic Society. VF.I.VA AI.I.EN HKNDI.EV .... Quarryville. Pa. Elementary ■ May JOLENE A. HENDRIX................................................Lanra ter, Pa. Liberal Atls-.May Intercollegiate Confcrcm.... (oorrnnienl; Young Re|inlillran Ini . DORIS ANN HERR ... Mlllrr ville.Pa. Secondary-1 lav Delta Phi Eta: Xmophlle Society: Penn»yl ania Stale Eiincation Association: Rand: Oillcgela.mmunit) Orchr lrj. LINDA CAROL HERR................................................Qaarrytlllc, Pa. Elementary-January Al|dta lleta Al|»ha. MAIK.I KRI I E ANNE IIEIIR Secondary ■ May III no t. Ill IM I.OKNA 1.1 Atilt IIKIXOt Midi M l i:. HIM K VEI.VA A 1.1. :,% IIKMILKV %N iicimi l.l.M'A CAKOL IIMIK M Mil.I I MIT . I1IUIN 41 I anr i ier, Pa.Studying diligently. Mikr ('.erfm anticipate. In. Ij.i exam . PAMELA L. HERSII...............................................York. Pa. Elementary -January Delta I’lii Eta; Alpha Beta Alpha, tin president; Women's Community A»« -riilinn. secretary; Dormitory Council: A-otaimii lor Childhood Kduralion International; Citamard; Intramural . SIIERKY LYNN IIERSHEY . l-mra.icr. Pa. Secondary • Augrut Student Cuidr: Kiigli-h t lull, |ircidrnl; Director ..( Engli.li; Tutoring Service W. EVERETT IIKHT .I.ER . . Kliulwthiown, Pa. Secondary-Mas Toot lull; Ba-chull; Varsity Club; Mu Kappa Mu; Sitiilrnl Cuidr; Intramural.. JACOII S. MESS...........................................Paradin', Pa. Liberal Aru-Augmt RICHARD I. IIIRSIIMAN .... Sliarpsvillo. Pa. Secondary-May Football: Wrnllini: Var.il Coll Club; Social Sludir. tiluh. N. JEAN HILDEBRAND .... Ilmhey. Pa. Secondary- lay National Education N-oipiaiion; Priin.yLaniu Slate Eilu -ation ialion CATHIE ANN llll.l......................................Folrto IlilU. Pa. Elementary-May Hockey: Delta Phi Eta: Mu Kappa Mu: A. ooialion lor Childhood Education International, president; Women’. « luur; lnii.mmt.il- ROBERT C HINKLE .... Wru Hazleton, Pa. Industrial Arty May Hand: lndii.ln.il it« Society; lnlcr«lormitnry Council; lpha Phi Oinexa: Rod and Cun tiluh: Intramural . MICHAEL EARLE HITE...........................................................Linca.ier. Pa Industrial Arts May Snowier. pltolo|tr.i|diri; Technical Art tiluh. secretary; Industrial rt« Society; Industrial rt» Ih-nor. Society; Pi Delta E|«ilon, icc prchlent. BARRY LEE IIOCII...................................................Carlidr, Pa. Secondary-May Band; S-ial Studie. Club; Alpha P i Omega. corrr.iK.ndin secretary; Intercollegiate Oinlrntwr on tooeriiment. Student Cuidr. atCIUnil l_ IIIIIMIMAN N. jean HiiJir.iuiANt CATIIIE ANN Hil l lUMIMIT C. HINM.E MICHAEL I AMU. IIITC It ANN E U.l. IIUCIIk STIIM.t.N ANN IIHKNKO L«»W i: Mint VN III t’.IINKM I.LtWI;I.LV K Mill I MAN. Jll. I'MIIIMV ANNI- IMM.AIITII NOAM rilOMAS llu IMI'A JOYCE ELAINE HOFFMAN....................................................York. IV Elementary- May Nimiiuii ( luli; Tanchitonc. mnlllor; I’i Dell E| »ll«ni; l.iirfii»»r Iul»; --in iillinn fur (.liiliHmml EdtliMlion llllrriiiilnill.il. LINDA LEE HOFFMAN.............................................York. IV Secondary •January Touchxlati« . Literary editor; CitJinard, »in- |irr»idriil: I arr» ««e ( lull, virr |i|r-n|ri)l; ||.|in I'lii OliM K4; FngliMl 4Illlll. LLEWELLYN S. HOFFMAN. JK......................................York. Pa. Secondary I nun'I PATRICIA ANNE HOGARTH .... Urn ...irr. IV Elementary la Snap ter; Della I'ln F.i.i: Woiiihi D.iv Student Vmh i.iti.ui, •ren-lury ami -••ninr rrjirwtmlalivr. JF.AN IIOHENSHILT..............................................Millrndown. IV Id hr ary Science May lu K.i|i|i.i Mu; Al|ili.i ltd.i Vliilu. rorr - |MiinliiiK ••■ ri i.iry.iialnni.il tn-.nurer; Women’ (llinni : Aviation I'luli. SUSAN KAY IIOLT APPLE .... MHlrr-villr. IV. Elrmenlary-Aagu U AitMM'ialioii lor (.'IuIiIIiimmI Ediiraiion Inlrni.ilional; Pennsylvania Stair Eduiali»n A om i.i|ihii CAROLE LYNN IIOOIIKN .... Philadelphia, IV Elementary May I niiui'il (m Exceptional ( liililrm. SHIRLEY ANN HOOVER . UmlUWIIr. I a. Elementary May DELORES MARIE IIOUSEAI................................................York. P«. Elementary May Inter-Vanity lit 1-11.1 n Fellow »hip, secretary: «» i«liiiii for liildlmod K«Iu ration International; Women' (.horn . i«e president; Madnieal Sitmcn; CitaillJld: lplla l' i Otnei: , virr president ADAM THOMAS IIO F.MPA .... Harvry. Uke, P«. Induttrial Artisan tatty Aviation (‘.lull, Irr.i.urrr. KATHLEEN ANN IIRESKO . Middletown. Pa. Secondary ■Jannar y Dorm Council; lnlr.iinur.il': M.illi ( IiiIi; Nrwman ('lull. IjOIS CAROLYN HUEBNER .... Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary-May ......i.it1.1n lor t IuIiIIiimmI Education Inlrrnalioiiul; lnlrr-»ur»ity 1 lirt-tian Fellowship: Studrni Guide 43 mil •III.. XIMltt IIOIMAI.Waynesboro. Pa. jojim'ii tiiomas jamk b. Johnson Jl'tllTII KAY JOHNSON IH.IIMTIIY MA It IK JONKS IIOIIKKT V. JOSlt.NSKI, JK. VICTOR HUGO IHJC;»IKS. Ill Secondary -A ugust SUSAN L IIURLF.Y...................................................Aldan. Pa. Secondary-May New nun (dub: rno| ldle Soeieiy, French intere«i group chairman; I-.»n»£Ui»»£« Laboratory, CAROL ANN ISENIIF.RG Secondary-May Akron. Pa. DELORES TERESA JAM BOWSKI Elementary May Middlesex. N.J. JOSEPH THOMAS JF.CKF.I. Secondary -August Bassler Geographic Society, vice preaidenl; Touchstone; . Springfield. Pa. Wickers. JAMES R. JOHNSON lnlramtir.il Track. Secondary-August LonraMer. Pa. Jl DITH KAY JOHNSON Secondary - May Pleasant Gap. Pa. Citumard; lplui P»i Omega: Pennsylvania Stall Education «orl»ii»n: Kn li'li (.lub; I O'clock Theater. DOROTHY MARIE JONES .... Philadelphia. Pa-Elementary-May MARK EARL JONES....................................................Freeland. Pa. Industrial Art ■ May Track Tram: Men’ Varsity Club. ROBERT VINCENT JOSTENSKI, JR. . . . Harrisburg. Pa. Library Science-May Social Studies C.lub; Intercollegiate onlerrm e on Government: Weightlifting Team. JANE LOIS JUNGE.............................................Coraopolis Pa. Library Education-May Women’ Community » oeiation; Alpha Ib-tj Alpha: Donnilory Council. Ireasuirr; Pennsylvania Slate Education Association; Methodist Student Movement. JOANNA T. KAPLAN............................................Wynnewood. Pa. Elementary-May Newman Club, historian. jam. tots ji NC»: 44 VIAIIK I. Mil. JONES JOANNA T. KAI'I.A.NJOSEPH S. K API SMi K Si. i lair.Pa. Elementalj-Jarman Newman Club; Mrn » Rcident Senate; Intramural ; IVnn yl ank Slalr Education Association: Association (or Childhood Education International. JOHN ROBERT KAHSNITZ.........................................Palmyra. Pi. Industrial Art Aunust Industrial Art Society. SUSAN MARIE KAUPHOLD .... Columbia, Pa. Elementary• May RICTIARDS.KF.hr........................................Dallotlown, Pa. Liberal Arts-Mat Social Siudi-- Cluli; ( lull vice president; Intercollegiate Conference on Cnvrrnmcnl. JOANNE R. KEI.LF.NBERCER .... Gordon.illr, Po. Secondary -May Band: Pi Della Ep.ilon; Hockey: Touchstone, co-editor of faculty and undcrcli.»: Vanity ('lul». DIANE LEE KE.MMERER .... Allentown. Pa. Secondary- May Basketball; Intramural : Mu Kappa Mu. president; Intramural Committer, treasurer. DEBORAH LOGAN KENDALI...........................................Lancaster, Pa. Elementary ■ May SYLVIA MAE KERPER...............................................Worcester. Pa. Library Science- May Alpha Beta Mpha; Choir. THOMAS C. KERR.....................................................Ycadon. Pa. Elementary- Mat Auocintian for Cliildltood Education International; Smi.iI Studies Club; Football: Intramural. Committee; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Wickers. LAI BETTE KIM KB Knpli.b Club. Secondary- May Kam a.ter, I’a. CAROL ANNE KIRCIINER........................................latm a ier. Pa. Elementary May Association for ( IiiMIc-mI Education International. MARYANN CATHERINE KITSON .... Croydon,Pa. Elementary- May Women' Community -««-iation, president: A.MK’ialion for Childhood Edu-eation International, trca.urer; Women' Vanity Club, secretary; Vanity Cheerleader, ro-caplain: Snapper, circulation editor; Pi Delta E| ilon: Xeno-phile Society: Senior Clas secretary; Aviation Club. JtSAN M Ml IF. K.M.'KItOUl MCIIAKU «. Kfclllt joan.ak k. ki:i.i.»:'kmk.»-« diakk ur. KKMMtitrjt UrnottMl MAC AN KKNOAl.l. SYLVIA MAR KKBfUtMARGARET ELIZABETH KUNE . . . (lim.hvllle, 1 4 Elementary- Way WomenV Imm ; .Student Guide; »ocialiuii lor Childhood Education Intentational; Mu Ka| |i.i Mu. KODNK't KO II IIjm-IuII. Secondary-1 lay Mille, v.l|r. |»4. ItRUCE ARTHUR ROLLER.............................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts-August Industrial Art Society. SAMIRA KAY KOI’PEMIAVER .... Downin lown. Pa. Elementary- May Hockey. .i|it.«iii; Intramural Committee: lnir.untir.il : Women Vanity tlluh MARTHA JANE KOTC1II .... HohrrrMnwn, Pa. Secondary-August XenophUe N» it it; Mack and Cold Handbook; knur Intone. DAVII) A. KRAMER .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary- May FRANK X. KRANTZ .... Mayfield. Pa. Industrial Arts In gust Swimming: Industrial Arts Society. FAITH ANNE KRATER . . . Schuylkill Haven. Pa. Library Science May Lutheran Student Vwoeiniion; l.acro'ae Cluh: Mpha Beta Alpha SAMIR M KKEIDER Student Guide. Elementary- August Lanranter. Pa. EDGAR WILI.IAM KRElGER. JR. . . . York. Pa. Secondary- Mas Roddy S ienlific Society. STEVEN MYRON KUI.IC.KI . . Moscow. Pa. Indll'trial rl• -J.iim.iiv Intramural : Wre-ilinc; Rod and Gun Cuh: IVrhnieal rt Cluh. GEORGE WALTER KUNKLE . Palmyra. Pa. Industrial Arts-August © Cl A? »,tNN« M. KKIIIU.lt KDCAK WILLIAM KRKH.CH. JK. makcahci F.i.izvm.ni ki.ihk koom.y kocii U8 ICC ART III II KOI.LKH SANOU KAY KofPEMI AVCII MYIIIMA JAM: KIITCIII II will A. KKAMIH til A X K X. Kll AMZ » All II ANNK KIIATCH STCVO MIRON Kit ICKI CKURbC MALlCIt Kll INK 1C. 46SSII.lt SSI Klll» KI'IIT JOHN jnsKm Kl trill f) iimiiimi i stiiikim: I Minns msiitiis unimi w ismmoiin rATIIICIS SNS I AM I OSS I N AS Still I SSIILS Rl-A M IA r . ill. II NS III IS II 1,1 S St I. SI dll.It Y' JAMES IIA A III I.ASSKI.NCt KlilllJIT I.. LAWUM WILLIAM CR1SS KURTZ.......................................MrMurray. Pa. Secondary - May JOHN JOSEPH Ktrrcill........................................Ambler. Pa. Industrial Aris-Au tist Iinlinln.il it» Society. pmudi-nl. RAKIIAKA CATHERINE I.AIIODA . . Herrick Center, Pa. Elementary • January MAKTIIN WHITEMAN LAMHOKN . Ka-i LinMlownr. Pa. Elementary May Wuiiirn'i Clmru : Student Cuide; Association ( » Exceptional .'hildrcn Inter national, sin |ir - iil fit: Luilict.m Student A «k ialinn. PATRICIA ANN I.ANCE . . Mianon. Pa. Elementary- iugint Avociation Childhood Education International; Wamiiiiii Club, corrrupond in Ti ielaiy, hi lorian; IVnnrtlvania Slate Education -woialion. OWEN WARD LANDES...................................................Rieliland. Pa. Secondary-May Ruddy S irntific Society; R «l and Gun Club; Intramural . ELAM LAN r .. JR.......................................................Konk», Pa. Miter a' Arts-August Track; Dium Country. DAVID WILLIAM LAUGHERY .... Harri.liurn, Pa. Eleinrnlary - Mm Choir: Madrigal Sinner.; Eruli li t.lull. treasurer; Junior Clas sricr prrridrnt; Canterbury A »ociaiion, president. JAMES DAVID LAWRENCE . . Millrr.sille. Pa. Element art January Nar-ity Club; Soccer, •-n capt.iin; W rolling. co captain; I rack. ROIIERT L LAWSER .... Clifton Height . Pa. Industrial Arls-Augtut Inter Vanity Cliri-lian l-Yllossf.hip: lndti-in.il Vrt- Society; Industrial 'it Honor Society. LARRY OCTAVE I.ERI.ANC .... IHo»l.ury. Pa. Industrial Artr May In.In-in.d Art Sieiety. SUSAN LEE .... . Haddonfteld, N. J. Elementary■ la Choir; IVnm-ylsaiii.i State Kdination A »oclallnn, L SIIKS OCT SSI. I KIU-SNC 47 sivsn inII Mill Ml A LOl'IMt I.I.WIS 5TI.VRN 1'IIILUI I.INDLNBERC SI'SAN TINA UNTON IIOSLM.MCY TIIOMCM N l.lW, THOMAS JOHN I.IVADITIN STKI'IIKN T. LLOYD. JR. I.INUA ANN I.OCIIMAN JAI I l:l.|,M. l Mill LOCITK JOANNA U. t-OWH A IIAHNV 11 AIT A I.IDWTC. JK. MOLLY LOLISt: l.l own. ROBERT C. LCNCEII BARBARA LOUISE LEWIS .... Sira.ImrR. Pa. Elr men I ary Atay Women' Chorus; Association fur Childhood Falucjiiiin International: Inlr.unuul ltj keli»all ami Volleyball. STEVEN PHILLIP LINDKNBEKO . . . Line..ter. Pa. Secondary-January Band; Choir, president; Entomology Club, vice pie ident. SUSAN TINA LINTON..........................................Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary - May I'rtuisylvjiiiii Slate Ediieulion Ywocialion: As ori.ition for Childhood Kdiieu-lion lnierii.iiinn.il; ciiopliile Society: Women's Service Organization. ROSEMARY THOMPSON LITE ... Millemille. P«. Elrtn en tary-January »oei.iiii.n for Childhood Education International, lii»iorian: Cliecrleading Club: EnglUli Club: Citamard; Student Guide; Newman Club. THOMAS JOHN I.IVADITIS...........................................York. Pa. Secondary ■ la Orthodox Christian Fellowship, vice president; Resident Me»V Senate. STEPHEN THOMAS'LLOYD. JR. . . . Pot...... Pj. Elcmen tary-M ny Aviation Club; Foot lull. I.INDA ANN I.OCIIMAN.....................................Collingdalc. Pa. Elementary-May FredmiJii WomenV Basketball: .ir»ilv Women R.i keihall; IntraniuraU: Varsity Club; Council for Exceptional Children, trea»urer. JACQUELINE MARIE I.OGUE .... Lancaster; Pa. Secondary I «» Snapper; Kngli-h Club. JOANNA B. LOW BY.........................................Landitvillc. Pa. Elementary-May Delia Phi Eta. HARRY HAPPY LUDWIG. JR.......................................Reading, Pa. Elementary-Jannar Methodic Student Movement, vic« president and area representative; Young Republican Club, vice president; Young ( on , rvative l.ejgur; Choir; Resident Counselor. MOLLY LOUISE LUDWIG .... Reading. Pa. Elementary ■ May Women’ B.i ketlij||; ’Wnciutiun for Childhood Education International; Council for Exceptional Children, prr-ident. ROBERT C. LUNGER...............................................Willianvpori. Pa. Industrial ArtS-May leelmual rl Club. president; Touchstone, photographic editor; Snapper. 48KATHRYN ELIZABETH LYNCH .... Reading. Pa. Seconder y-A uguM Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship: Engli-h Club: Women’ Service Organization. DALE JOAN MACGREGOR .... Springfield, Pa. Elementary - May Sitideni Guide; Citainard: Women’ Glwru : lnlr.imur.it ; Snapfier; Pennsylvania Stale Education »ociation; Lutheran Student i« i.iti ii : Senior Llatt lice president. SANDRA SI E MACKENSON .... Ridley Park. Pa. Elementary- January Xenophile Society; Women’ Chorus manager; Madrigal Singers; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. STEI’IIEN GEORGE MARGIN .... Newark. Del. ImiuMriut. trl -Au(iu l Football; Men's V;ir»ily Club; Industrial Art Society. DIANE LOUISE MARKEY........................................York. Po. Secondary-August PAMELA ANN MARKIIOFF . . . Huntingdon Valley, I’a. I.i hr nr Science-May Women’s Chorus: Alpha Beta Alpha, president. LARKY E. .MARSHAL!..............................................Paoli. Pa. tnluslr iitl I ri A ugiisl Men’ Y.ir ity Club; Alpha Phi Omega: Industrial Art Society; Varsity Truck Team; Canterlitiry Club. GERALD T. MARTIN..................................................F.phrala, Pa. Liberal Arts-May KATHLEEN MARIE MARLIN Elementary May Newman (dub Lancaster, Pa. MARGARET J. MARTYN .... Thomasvlllr. Pa. 1'iihlic School Vursing-May Mm M »; MACKKNJON STII-MIN MAIUIN UIANK LOUISE MANKKY l WIKI.A ANN MARKlIOKf KATIILKKN MAKIK MAItTIN MAIICAUEl J. MAIITV.N 49MAKILAN MASsKA nUBF-RICK II. AIATTOC.K MARILYN MASSEY.................................................Cherry Hill.N.J. Elemental) May Association f»r hil lli.I Education International; Wnmrn'- (ihniw; Lutheran .Sliiii.nl Association. FREDERICK II. MATTOCKS....................................Morton. Pa. Liberal Arts- May ANTHONY JOHN MATULA .... Coaldale. Pa. Secondary-May CHARLOTTE ANN MAUS..................................Altoona. Pa. Set unitary January Pennsylvania Stale Education Association; Xcnophilr Society. MARILYN ANN McHRIDF............................................Eaola.Pa. Secondary-May Color Cuanl; Delta I’hi Eta; Pennsylvania Stale Education .ViarUiian; Newman llul ; Mu Kappa Mu. MARLS K. McClil.LOCC.il .... Willow Street. Pa. Industrial Arts-Jannary DENNIS IIOBY M. DONALD .... Warminster, Pa. Industrial Arts-Jannar t Soccer: Swimming; Men's Varsity Club; Student Guide; Resident Men's Counselor. Joyce McFarland.....................................................OaU Pa. Elementary - May Snaitftft; Canterbury Club: Women's Chorus; W.mien's Basketball; Inlrainur.ils. BERNARD JOHN McCRANN .... lamcaMer. Pa. latter a! Arts W rest 11 n a; .S'nnpprr. SAMUEL S. MeKEEMAN...............................................Lansdale, Pa. Secondary-January CONSTANCE ANN MCKINNEY .... Colombia. Pa. Elementary-May Council (or Exceptional Children; Citamard; Sophomore (lias- treasurer; Junior Class treasurer and president; Delta Phi Eta. vice president; Student Guide: Tribunal: Association (or t hihlhooii Education International. DENNIS PATRICK McKNIGHT . East Onm e.N. J. Secondary-August Football;Wresiling; English Club; Newman Club. M Mill V V ANN AIL till I UK MAHIS II. MC Cl LLOPCII OKN.NIS IIUIIA MCIXINMII JoACK MC TAM AMI m.llNAKIi JOHN MCCRANN SAMI 11. S. Ml KKKMAN CONST ANCK ANN MC KINNKA IIKNMS l'ATHICK All KMCIIT 50II III II. MKIlllKV TIIOMAS I l.Kii| AttXLIM.Mt m- B CATIIKHINK C. MtJtWIN KlllMIN MICIlAKI •Al I. 0. Mll-IXK III III M. MIIIXI IxiMUi . MKXDI JOANNC MOLLOY DAVID D. MKASHKY...........................................Palmyra. Pa. Secondary' May Swim Timid; Varsity Tcnni . manager. THOMAS LEKOY MEI.LINCER .... Uncarter. Pa. Secondary - May SiM-ial Studies Club. CATHERINE C MERWIN .... Drexd Hill. Pa. Secondary - May English Cluli; Intramural . KIRSTIN MICHAELS.....................................Slunwkin.Pa. Elementary-January lit.aiii.iril: i-wman Club; Vncman Vriw, niilor; Student Guide. IHLIJE ANN MILLER................................................York. Pa. Elementary- May Intramural : Council for Exceptional Children: Freshman Basketball, manager. CROOK K l . MILLER.........................................................PoilMown. Pa. Industrial Arty May luilii.iri.il Arl« Society, vice president; Industrial tl Honor Society; Phi Sit-uia Pi. secretary. JOSEI.YN MAUREEN MILLER Elementary-August Newman Club; Intramural . . York. Pa. NADINE CECELIA MILLER Secondary -Januat i Newman Club: Social Studies Club. McSherrytown. Pa PAUL 1). MILLER Elementary-August . Lancaster, Pa. RUTH M. MILLER Secondary- May Pennsylvania State Education Association; Intercollegiate (Government; S«m ial Studies Club. . Ephtala. Pa. (amlerence on DONALD R. MISNF.R................................................York. Pa. Industrial Arts- May Industrial rt- Honor Society. JOANNE MOLLY......................................................Shillington. Pa. Elementary ■ May Association (or Childhood Education International, recording secretary; Wo-men’ Choir; Newman Club; Council for Exceptional Children: Touchstone. 51Kn.rilinlll, l’.l KOIIMil J A Ml' Ml Ml V K I.I.I AIIKTII ANN MOKKIOCK ROBERT JAMKS MORAN Secondary-Mu) nuiuurr; .Mu Kappa Mu. KI.I .AHETII ANN MOREI.OCK Secondary-.May MARION W. MOWRER Secondary • May Student Ouidc; Kni:li-li Inti Utllr-town, Murlcitu, I'n. m kio «, Monutn iiiumv i . mikiiixiskn JKiu: i.tr. viimntv »imhu mi: miisami THOMAS P. MIIEHI.EISEN .... Ijnca»ler, I'a. Secondary •! « JERE AIJ.EN MIIRI’IIY................................................Rbrrm . Pu. Secondary-May Mu K. | |iii Mu; Student Guide. SANDRA I.EE MUSSER .... R«»brr.town. I’a. SetandaM Aunuxt I O'dock Theater; English Club. HARRY I .EE MYERS Elementary- Mm Yoik. P«. JANET EDNA MYERS....................................................R«.«lbc, k . hi. I.thrary Sr ienec-January Mplnt Itrln Al| h«. JAMES ALEXANDER NAU.MOWICll . . KnUm.Pa. Industrial Arts-AuguM Foothill; Ti.u k: Indti4tri.il An Sxicty. NANCY MARIE NEFF..........................................Unca-nr, I'u. Elemental) Mm Hand, vice prr idi'nl: OrcliiHr.t; Simp ivr, reporter: Wotiaiinn fm Childhood Education Iniirmutinnal. John (.r.i11 prep.ue- (or ................itltlnur.il bill 52 JAMtS . NAlMuWn.ll M.vct 1 Aim: mitI.INDA M At DK NELSON Pa. Elemrnlari M in M|tlu II ij Mplia; IVnii«)lvanij Stale i n Aiuiocialiun; Student Cui.le; Trihun.il; ltitr.iiiiiir.il ; Venture, |.rr idenl: Women’ Llwru II WKSI FA NKWSANC.EH ladrulriut Ant-Aunml Pa. I'ATKH l NKY Secondary-.May Marietta, I’a. KOIIKIM R. NIKOLAI S Soccer. Elrinenlar -A u tuu Wadiinietoii lloro, Pa. CANDACE EI.IZAIIETII N1TRADKK . . Mycretowii. IV Elemenlury-Junimry IK-Ila Pin Kin: II.hhI: Choir; A-'■ociatiuti lur CIiIIiIImnmI Education International; Dormitory Council. CKORCINE M. NIXON.....................................................Chilrton.Pa. Elf mentor i •January Social Siiulir. (.luli; l rnn ylv«tiia Suite Education Association: Licros'.e Mill.; Intramural . KOIIKIM li NOIII.E Secandury- lar Choir; Pennsylvania State Education V—M-iatinii. K A MARIK NOLT Li bn ill Ir iAn iurt M.itli ( Ini.; Women'll Chotu . joskpii w Norton llj.kel|ull. Libera Arts- May Comp Hill, Pa. Yernri»ville. Pa. I’oll'villr. Pa. Lancaster. Pa. PAUL ElJC.KNK NYE I ml ml rial ArtS-Atlftu RON M l) AI.I.EN OCHS Liberal Arm- May Stmlent Council. representative; Men K. •iil. ni IImUM ••i"1"1 Croix, Virjtin Inland RILII MM) ALAN O’DONOA N Secondary-May Vjr»it Ouli; Neuniun ditli; Knot lull: Kj»cI.jII. JIH.KPII ». M TON !"E II MU llll 1 1. M "' HonMiT n. Mk"Ml nOHIKT II. Mllll.l. K VY M All 11. '"IT IIHNAI.II Ml I N .M il till II Mill At.A.N o'llO.XOVAN 53BERNARD F. O'HERN Monnngahrla. Pa. Serondnry- May Eixxlull; Varsity (Huh. treasurer; Newman Club; Tribunal; Council (or Exceptional Children. ANDREW 01.AK OHLSON .... Sharon Hill. Pa. Industrial Atts-Junuary Football; Intramural ; Basketball; Industrial Art Society. FRANK MICHAEL OSUSLO .... Reading. Fa. Liberal Arts-Aupust Senior Class president; Basketball, captain: Newman (Hub; Varsity Club, secretary. MARSHA OSTROFF.............................................Levillown. Pa. Secondary-May Women Chorus; Xenophile S«iety; Cilamard, corresponding secretary: Delta Phi Eta: Alpha Psi Omega, treasurer; Young Democrat . CHARLES MARK OTTINGER PotlMown. Pa. Elemental • Mm Swimming: Varsity Club. SUSAN EVE PACIIOWKA..........................................Woodlyn. Pa. Secondary-May Cilamard; S«x-ial Studies (Hub; Orthodox Christian Fellowship, treasurer. DIXIE LEE PARKER ... . . . Manhrim. Pa. Secondary■ Ma Women' Field Hockey; Women Day Student Association; English Club; Women' Varsity Club; Pennsylvania Stale Education Association. GLORIA MAE PARRISH .... New Freedom. Pa. Firm rnlary -Jun uary Pennsylvania State Education oriation: Snapper. CATHERINE L PAUI..............................................Bethlehem, I'a. Elementary-May Women's Basketball; Women's Trnni«. co-captain; Women’s Varrily ( lub, treasurer; Canterbury Club, vice president; Women' Chorus. JESSIE LEE PAUI..................................................Lantdownr. Pa. Elementary- May Women’s Chorus; Student Guide; AvMicialion (or hildltood Education International. WAYNE EDWARD PAUI.................................................Library. Pa. Secondary-May Football, manager; Basketball, trainer; Men's Varsity Club; Newman Club. PATRICIA ELLEN PAULES.......................................Lmla. Pu. Elementary January Council for Exceptional Children. CATIIEHINK I- fAliL JESSIE Lit I" VII I|»J V vim r. 1 hi tt » VOX I. VS OtAr OIIOON tiixit i.tt. rmiki.it i : vsk Mien vi.l. ostlsUj CIIVKII S M VHK OTTINCIK MAKAtlA OSTDOIT 51 s A KVR PACIIOWKA CLOHIA MAE I'AMUSII WAY MI l.nvv VIVO PAI I. I'ATHICIA ELLEN PALI.O 54l.ekanon. Pa. JOHN 1(1) It MIT I't.Ol'I.M, SAMttl. . 1'IJHVM.AK PATRICIA I.EE PEIFEER.................................. Library Science-May Pnui«ylvjnu Stall’ Education Association: Alpha Beta Alpha, parliamentarian: Delta Phi Eta. FRANKLIN SMITH PENNINGTON. JK. . . Ilamubur Pa. Seenrulttry Win Wickers secretary: Alpha Phi Oiwk i. treasurer: Social Studies Club. JOHN ROBERT PEOPLES .... Lionville, P«- I nil ii si rial Arts- May Imiii-trial Art- Society. SAMUEL S. PETRYSZAK .... Morrisville. Po. Klein e i tnry-A ugttsl Varsity Club: Football; lt.»n-l».ill; Newman Club. ROBIN PETTYCROVE..................................................Allentown. Pa. Elementary- May Women' Choir: Dolphin Cluli. BONNIE KAY PICKEI...........................................Earl Petersburg. Pa. E em entury-January ROBIN eETTY«.l(OV»: RON Ml. k Y I'll;K1.1. LINDA C. M. PLASTERER .... Greencastle. Pa. Secondary ■ January PALMER EUGENE POKE...............................................Windsor. Pa. Elementary ■Any ml Pennsylvania State Education Association; A 'ocialion for Childliood Edu cation International: Rod and t.un Club; .Social Stuilie Club; Intramural : Alpha .Si| ma Chi. DONNA K. POLLOCK Stiidi-nt Guide. Secondary ■ May lanwlrr, Pa. MNI Ii. M. I'l.AxTI.HI.R I'M.Mill »X«iKNK fnPr DONNA K« rgtXUCK DONNA KAY POOHMAN DONNA KAY POOR MAN...........................................Palmyra. Pa. Elementary-May Xciiiiphilr Society; Association for Childhood Education. Judy Kicker and (!«itp Harman enjoy a summer school dance. 55CAROL JUAN rowt S KATIll.t.t'.N MAHIK roWERS -f m an i- rniT M n Carol ivm i.im: kvm THOMAS J. RAI’CIIINSKI ALTON!) JOSM IIASMIK KOI. II M AN HASTEN" MAXINE M. H AN Ml BltENt JOYCE IttBtCK I'ATIIICIA ANN IIEE4» 56 VIRCINIA JANE IIKESK Hollt.N1 LEE IIKICII CAROL JEAN POWERS...............................................York. Pa. El emen tar y-Jan uury Snapper; Council lor Exceptional Childim; Pennsylvania Sim.- Education Wociation; Association (nr Childhood Education liilrrnaliiui.il; Student Cuiilr; l.ullicran Student ‘ ociution, KATHLEEN MARIE POWERS . . East Petersburg. Pa. El'■III en lory-A ngli.it Women's Omni ; Association (nr • hildltood Education International. SUSAN L PRETZMAN.....................................................Mlllrnmlle, Pa. Elementary Stay 'socialinn (nr Childhood Kdiicaimn lntrrii.itinn.il; Itanil. CAROL PAULINE RAM............................................Lancaster. Pa. Liberal Arts-Maf Social Sludic Club: Xruophih Swirly; oung Drums rat it Club: Ciiamard THOMAS J. RAPCHINSKI . ... PotMown. Pa. Secondary-August Football: Varsity Club. ALFONS JOSEF RASCHKE .... Lancaster. Pa. Secondary- May ROGER ALAN RASPEN..............................................Potutown. Pa. Secondary-May Stwrer; Basket lull; Men’ Varsity Club, secretary: Resident Mon’- Senate. MAXINE M. RAVER..............................................Ia.nca.ler, Pa. Liberal Arty May BRENDA JOYCE REDUCE .... I)nrn ifc. Pa. Secondary-August Mu Kaj | a Mu; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Delta Phi Eta. president: Women Comiiiuniiy oeialiou. treasurer. PATRICIA ANN REED .... Eliuhrthvillr. Pa. Secondary- May Women's Basketball; Women’ Clmm-: English Club. Mw-retary; Women’ Community Association, vice president: Della Phi Eta: Pennsylvania "slate Education Vxvoeiaiion; Inlromural . VIRGINIA JANE REESE..............................................Howard. Pa. Library Science- May Madrigal Sinjser ; Women' Clioru ; Alpha lleta Alpha; Ciiamard; l’«un yI vania Slate Edueatinn s»m ialion: Social Simile Club; lulrrcolleginl Con lerente oil Government. ROBERT LEE HEIGH................................................York. Pa. Secondary-August Tennis; Baseball; Wickets; Alpha Phi Omega; Methodist Student Movement; Men' Resident Senate; Student Counril. reprcenlaiiw.ii-largr; Fre-liman Regulations, eo-ehairman; Tribunal Council.WAYNB II. RIKDKK NANCY IKK KIsM II.I.KII i.XNIT C. 8UIIXIII) jrillTII ANN HICK KM JANET C. RICHARD . . . New Bloomfield. Pa. Elementary- May Dolphin Stmi iier: M.ijnruir ; Intramural , Softball. JUDITH ANN KICKER..................................................Bangor, Pa. Elementary■ May Cheerleader. co i iiit.tin; Snapper; I'i Delta Kpfcihm; Women’ Var ity ( lull. WAYNE B. KIKDKR .... Hunlin don Valley. Pa. Elementary May Council ha Exceptional I liililn ii; Methodi ! Student Movement. NANCY I.EE KISMII.LEK ... Mahonoy City. Pa. Secondary-May PAUI.ETTE A. KISSMII I KK .... Kcinhold ,Pa. Elementary May Women’ Clmrus arinmpani t; Delta Plii Eia; Methodi ! Stml.nl Moxrment. CAROI. ANN RI17.MAN........................................Columbia. Pa. Elementary-An flint Penn yl«anla Slate E.hn .ti»n » oeialion; « nculi n for Childliood Education Inlriiiiitional. CAROL J. RODDA..........................................Palmerlon. Pa. Elementary- Mui Choir: Women' Community Awicialion. PATRICIA MARIE ROEIIM .... L-ndi villc.I'a. Elementary- May New nun Club: ••iim-il lor Exceptional Children; Women' Day Student A» «eialion pre ideht. CAROLYN ROMANO............................................Normtown. Pa. Secondary- l m Newman Club: Swial Studic Club; Student Guide. I' l I llll. X. Ills Mil.! Ml I XMOI ANN IHT XI XN CAROLYN ROMANO JI lift II K XKKN MOOT CAROL J. KOIMIX I'XTRICIA MARK. IIOKIIM JUDITH KAREN ROOT...........................................Spring City, Pa. Elem rotary -Jan uar i A«MM'i.ilion (or Childhood Education International; Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship: Women' ln.ru MICHAEL GREGORY ROSIIAK .... Jennyn. Pa. Secondary- May Choir: Xenopbile Society; Phi Sigma Pi; Orthodox ( hrbtian Fellowship, president: Student Guide. Secondary I lay MICIIAKI. r.RBCOR notillAK 1 S.XN HOTIII.nt 57 "I MX ROTIIEH 1 York. Pa.KAVMO.MI JOHN KOXYK VIHCIMA KU.KS HIDtMU RAYMOND JOHN ROWE..........................................Lyken . Pa. Serondaty-January FimiiIuII: Roddy Scientific Sn iety; Men'- Vor-ily Cluh: IVnn»yl jni.i Slate Education Association. VIRGINIA EI.I.EN III DIS1I.L Secondary■ May . New Oxford, Pa. Hand, secretary; Roddy Scientific Swirly, .r-crctary; Chri-tian Fellowship. United t jinpu JAN CURTIS RUTT Secondary-January Linra«ler, Pa. JOHN F. RYLKE Element or) May Footlull; Varsity Clttli. Revloe, Pa. ALICIA GAIL SAH.M .... Elementary May . Ephrata. Pa. A—miathiii for Childhood Education International, »nreury: Rind; Snap ier. lui-inr— nun.ip i: l i Delta Kp-ilon. -eentary. KI.LEN J. SAUTTER..........................................Spring City. I'j. Elementary-May Citainard, -»rrr«|» ndiitx wrrlary and treasurer; Alpha I Vi Omo . vice I in--i«lciit and president: A—m i.iiion fur Childhood Education International: IVnn-ylv.ini.i Slate Edncjlinn A»mk i.ilinn; Council for Exceptional l.liildrcn. NKII. I. SCIIAAK ...... I-rlianon. Pa. Elementary May Hand; Association lor Childhood Education International; Pennsylvania Stair Education Asxoi-i.ition; Swiul Studio- C.luh; Inii.iniuriils. PAUL ROBERT SCHINDLER . Millrmillc. I’a. Industrial Arls-.May ROBERT W. SCIILI BEN Secondary' I tin ml S|rin« EnM'inhlc; Colliur-Coinniunits Orchestra CALVIN Wll.l.l M SCHNEIDER Hand. Indutirttil Arts ufiu t I itil . I a. Poltxvillc, Pa. WILLIAM F. SCIIOLLINS .... Ridley Park. Pa. Secondary-A ugu. t Fradiin.it) Ha- 'liall; liili.iniin.il-; Com ert l.wlnri Srrio.ch.iinn.in; Xenophih Society. LYNNE W. SCHREFFI.ER ... . Litii . Pa Library Editcation-January Snapper. 58 m:u CAII. SAIIM t:i.l,);N J. SAl.TTKK »;il I. MIIAAK I’lll ROHKNT M.III Ol.f_K A r4 A'xL noli Mil », SCIII.I BKN CM.VIN SVII.IIXM MIIMJIIII1 si it.1.1 i r. cnoi.i.iN sv. scitKErmiKJACK IIENHY SCHHIMIt. Jli. O Will. MI II. M.III MSA KnKIHT S. ACIIWKIGKJt liMIMIV U SCIIWIM llluSI SS I.AHIIII.I. SKCIIKIVY SI Mill.YN SI.IVHI MSHHt L. All SU Il m MIAMI MJl IS I MIKAHCD LOIS I.LAIM. SlILAIILM DC A MS Rl SKUA 'IISIIIN jam: K. SIIKLTZ CARS MATIIAN SIIEAK JACK HENRY SCHRIVER. JR....................................IxImwmi. I»a. Secondary- Mas Social Sunlit - ( luli; Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. DAKLENE R. SCHUMAN .... New Freedom. Pa. Elementary May Council for Exceptional Children: Pcnitayltania Stair Education Awciilitin. ROBERT A. SCHWEIGER .... Conestoga. Pa. Industrial Arts- May BRENDA L SCHWINT...................................................York. I a. Kir mm lur y • August Mu Kappa Mu: Della Phi Eta: Intramural . THOMAS CABKIF.I. SECHIUST .... Red lion. Pa. Elementary-August IVnnsylsjuia Slate Education Association; Avowiation for t liilillii .il Education lnlFrniiliuii.ll: lidu Sigma Chi. president: Madrigal Sinner ; .Social Studies ('.lull; Intiainufal». MARILYN SELSOR................................................Philadelphia. Pa. Elementary January I ttl.tr Guard; Caiuncil for Exceptional Children; Social Studies (.lull. BARRY L SHAFER.................................................Roycrsford. I’a. Elementary• May Association for Childhood Educration International; K.miiImII; Wickers; IVnnsylsania Stale Education Association. DENNIS RUSSELL SHAFFER . . . New Freedom. Pa. Industrial Alls- Mas Industrial An- Society; R.mI and Cun Cluli. SHARON LOUISE SHEARED . . . Huntingdon. Pa. Liberal Arts-.May Yount: Republican Club, secretary: Women’s Tennis Team; English Club: Sump per. LOIS ELAINE SHEARER...........................................Ulunon. Pa. Elementary- May Women's Ita-k. iball; Association for t IiiI.IIism.sI Education International. JANE E. SHEETZ..................................................Millrrshurg. Pa. latter a! Ant Majorette; Citamard. CARY NATHAN SIIENK...............................................Gruniville. Pa. Elementary-May Intramural . Pennsylvania State Education Association. 59SYDNEY WINTER SHENK Oiuirryvllle. Pu. vlli'n HIM 1,11 MllSk MAMY U.UN M. MIH(T I.K III' II Mill M. Mill I Mil J I HI I 11 I.OI IM. lllOI IUkUl TIM Mil • II Mil ••III Ml..KM MIN VANN MI.iWIII . Siri.il Sludir- Chill. Secondary May MARY ELLEN MYER SHERTZF.B Eli ahrt blown. Pa. Elemental i-Jannut i RICHARD M. SHIFFERT.......................................Palm. Pa. I ndn.tr rial Arih-Aiisun Football; Var«ii) Club. JUDITH LOUISE SHOEMAKER ... Oxford, |’u. Firm cn tat y-Aufimt A ociat|on fm Childhood (-'duration International; M. ili...li i Student Movement; Women' Choru . TAMARA CHARLOTTE SHORN . . . Hanover. Pa. Elementary Mm Inin Y.it-iiv Chri'tian Fellow drip. nii ioii •■vrrt.ii : W •. 111.11’- ( lee f.lub; ociation for Childli..I Ldur.ilion lni. iii.iiion.il: Won.' Dormilorv C.hiii- 11. MARYANN SHOWERS..................................................Bemlrrvillr. I'a. Library Science lat Alpha Beta Alpha; Band; l.ullieran Siinl. nl Y—ocialion, eerelury: Ku«li h Club; Women'll Community AM0ri.1tion KAREN KAROL SHUCARS . Penn»ide Reading Pa. Elementary- Mat Connril lor Kxerplinnal Children; l.iither.in Surlenl —oriatimt: Student Guide; - »mh i.ition foi Childhood Education liilcrnalionul: litfrumutul . WNE REVKI.I.K SHI MW Y Lila rat lilt- May Delta Pin Eta. Y..ik. Pa. LAM ELAINE SHUTT.........................................HairMmr . Pa. Secondary ■ May Student Council; Irnni Tram; Yntinu Republican Club, vice prcddenl, -•errlary; Spring Films '.ho. 11 P rf. juitrii 1.1 im, mmmh.n 60 JUDITH EI.ISE SIMMONS . . . Iluiitliijjdnn Vallr j. Pa Elementary I lay Women' K1.--I1111.1n and Y.irdtt Ku ketl .ill; Snowier; Women' horn-; W -men' Var-itv Club; ocialinn for Childhood hdtirulion Inlernulioiul IVlr Rowe receive inedicnlion from Dr. K, W M. I jughlin on the ideline. t.VM II.UM. Mil tiSimp on. Pa. FRANCIS JOSEPH SI. A DICK A Elementary-August Intramural ; Newman Club. K RON CRAIG SMITH . I ullu l»wn. Pa. Elementary-Mat GAIL DORETTA SMITH .... ScharflrrMown. Pa. Secondary-Mm Knuli»li Club; Hockey; Intramural . MARY ANN SMITH . Columbia. I’a. Secondary-May Student (inii|. ; Engli«b Club; Tvuckslonei W "Mu n • S tiirr Dicjiiirjlion. PATRICIA JEANNE SMITH .... Ardmore. Pa. Elementary-August IM|iliin Club; Intramural ; Hockey; P«nn yl»ania State Etlwiliwi wcialioii. RHODA M. SMITH..................................................Akron. Pa. Elementary lay GEORGETTE ANN SOI.TIS ... Cata«au.|iM. Pa. Elementary May Newman Club; Council (or Exceptional Children; Student Guide. JAMES CHARLES SPANG .... Lanca tcr. Pa. Secondary- Mar Englidi Club; Sna iper, rm |iliile Society. HIANKEI.AINESPANGI.KR .... Dauphin. Pa. Elemental Mat Council lor Exceptional Children: «n r«er, editor and • ..ire-ponding M-rrc-lary; A - «eiatlon lor ( liildhood Education International; Women Chotu : Intramural ; Cilauianl. I.ARRY EUGENE SPANGLER .... Ia-lwnon. Pa. Secondary-January Roddy S. i.-unite Sieirty; Newman Club. MARILYN ANN SPANGLER.....................................................Lancaster. Pa. Secondary. Mu v It.i.k.tb.ill; Entomology Jub; Roddy S-irntifu Society; Newman Club. l ARC ARET C. SPENCER Elementary ■ August Women - Clroruo: Student Guide; l’cnn»ylt ani.i Stair Hi lire a lion A—iN'iation: Tribunal. .MI riiMIKTTy -vilrII m mo lyy s |mt I'yiiiitiy hum -Mini niiooy i. -Mini .....am y s MiLTl' jy't» itiynii.s m-vm. 61 DUXK l.t IM. MOV. till LAtutV itM: -ryvctjjj mxiiii.xx i" mam-uji Xt Mil. Mil I-. M IMUMARY MICHENEK SPROAT . . . Krnnett Square, Pa. Secondary-May WomenV Chorus; Xenophile Society, virr pre idenl and Mvn'Uq, MARTHA ANN STARK..............................................Norristown. IV Secondary-January Xenophile Society; Pennsylvania Stair Kiluraiion A Hiation; Dolphin (Hub; Della l hi Eta. MARY BATES STEPHENSON .... York. Pa. Elementary-August MARY UlCHtWr. M'MOVT AN 1 Mill BARBARA ANNE STILTNER . . . Uvittnwn. IV Secondary -Mas Mu K-ippa Mu; Student Guide, PATRICIA JANE STOKES.........................................York. Pa. ElementaryA u gust Siinieni Guide; Women Chorus; Association (or Childhood Education Inlrmaiional; l.ulheran Student Association. IJNDA KAY STONE....................................................Canton. Pa HI mi m lory-Jan uar 1 Band; Xenophile Society; Student Guide; Intramural ; Stiui i er. via to KUM T rtir. si s iimiiivkv v n». miiim.k H HOD A M. STONER.............................................Conestoga. Pa. Elementary May WILLIAM AI-VIN STRAUSNER .... Danville. Pa. Industrial Arts-January Teehnleal Art Club; Var»ilv Cluh; Industrial Art Society; Wrestling, manager. JEANNE MARIE STRICKLIN .... Camp Hill. Pa. Secondary-A ttgust Nr win,in ('luh; Xenophile Society: Pennsylvania Stale Kduenliiin »MM'ijlion. JOANNE BENNETT STROII .... Unghonw. IV Elementary lay Xenophile Society; Delta Phi Eta: Pennsylvania Stair Education Association. ZEI.DA V. STROIIAIAN........................................York. Pa. Secondary-August SUSANNE STUCKEY................................................Harrisburg. Pa. Secondary May Xenophile Society; Women' Clmru JIVAM. M Mill MSl'KIh JlM M. IIIVMII MIIOII I'ATWCIA JANE . T»KEA 1.1 MIA KM STUM: IIIIHII V M. STONMI WII.I.IAM MAIN STIIM.SNKH .r.t.nt v. sttiotimvn stsvvNt. stMKt.v 623 i s = X j. S- s I A r- 2 — i Ml ARON A, SZAMO VTANTON U44 V rRMI'I.IN. III.M All Y KI.AIM. I SVf.imnilIVKN lllffill III 'IIS 11 VASTIM. LINIIA CAll- VF.NTKKSCA U.HKKTA JKANNK VOI.I CEORCE KIlWMUl ' MKO.V LAI1KKTTA SARA WAUIORN KENNETH ZELL THOMAS .... niRlrrvillr. Pa. Industrial Arts-Augusi Industrial Ails Society: T‘ .«| Arts Club. iira un'i, vice president .uni president. JOHN KICK A HI) TOMPKINS . . Philadelphia. P . Imluslriul Arts- Mu) Lutheran Student Association. president; Men’s Resident Senate, vice president; Industrial Art' Siciety. SALLY MYERS TROOP .... Rohrrrsiown. Pa. Elementary May Dolphin Ouh, secretary and senior adviser; Snap ier. GLORIA JEAN TROUTMAN .... Lebanon. P«. Elementary ■ May Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Association (or Childhood Education International; Delta Phi Eta. MARY ELAINE UNVERDORBEN .... Alt...................................Pi. Elenienlary-May Y nnun Club; Pennsylvania Stale Education --oei.ition; Council lor Exceptional Children; Intramural'. HUGH mmsil V A STINE...................................................Danville. Pa. Imluslriul Iris-August lnduntri.il Ails Society; Peniinylvauia Stale Education oeiation. LINDA GAIL VENTRESCA . . . . Willow Grove. Pa. Elrmrntary • I lay Women’s Varsity llashi tliull, manager; Women’s Varsity Club; Newman Club; V social ion lor t.bildbood balneation International: Intramural' VI.RERTA JEANNE VOI.I . . . Philadelphia. Pa. Elemenlar ■ May Choir; Inter-Vamity Christian Fellow-hip; Student Guide; Pennsylvania Slate Education Association: History Club; Dorm Council: Methodi t Student Movement. GEORGE EDWARD VON MED A . . . Eplirata, Pa. Li hr ml Arts■ May Mu Kappa Mu: Roddy Scientific Society; Phi Sigma Pi. vicr president arid pre'idenl. LAURETTA SARA WALRORN Li hr ary Edueiilion-.May lplij Beta Alpha. MARGARET ANN M.ltORN 1'iililir Sc haul V arsing- May KC I II SCSANNE W ANNER Secondary-May English Club; Women’s Choru . Fredericksburg, Pa. Millershurg. Pa. Ambler, Pa. 64 'No, I don't think they rail chew bubblegum." CAROL ANN WAREIIAM Elementary-August .Majiiifltr-; Council for Exceptional Children; l-icrowe. RkicII, I’ll. JOANNE ELAINE WARCO .... Poit Carlton. I . Secondary ■ May Newman Club. house cli.linn.in: Della Phi Eta; Women" Chorus; Women’. Tenni Tram: Xenophile Society, treasurer: Student Cuidc; Pennsylvania Stale Kilur.itinn Association. I). KENNETH WATKINS.......................................Chester. Pa. Secondary-May Social Studies Club; MenV Community « ««• ial Ion: Wicker : The “Marauder'". MAUCARET A. WF.IDNER .... NelTsvIllc. Pu. Elementary-May Council lor Exceptional Children: Student Cuide. CHARLES WILLIAM WEKO. JIC . . Alexandria. Pa. Set unitary - May BETTY ELAINE WELKER...................................................CrauJ’a. I.literal Arts-Jnnuary Social Studio Club; Eniilidi Club: Women" Chum : Student Cuide. THOMAS J. WIIARY............................................Shamokin.Pa. January Cil.im.ird: Engli h Club: Pcnn»ylvania Slate Education Association. JOHN WILLIAM WIKEK .... Liberal Aria-August . Lancaster, Pa. LOUISE A. WILLA Elementary-August Snaii ier; Pi Della E| silon. Media. Pa. CHARLES LAWRENCE WILLIAMSON Secondary-May Football: Sociul Studies Club. , Penmlel. Pa. CAROL ANN WAKKIIAM JoANNK BLAINE W'AKCO D. KENNETH WATKINS MARGARET A. WI.IHM.lt t:llAIII.E$ W. WEKO. Jit. IIETTA ELAINE WEI.KEII THOMAS J. WIIARV JOHN WILLIAM WIKEII LOUSE A. WILI.A CHARLES I- WILLIAMSON 65 UtTIII X I WINMIEIMKII UNO M f WITMAN ARTHUR I WINSHKIMER Knglidi Chili. Secondary Any mi I'in ' Grtnr, I’a. I.INDA SDK WITMAN...............................................Unca-arr. Pa. Elementary-May Choir: «uculiim for Childhood Kdui.ilton International; Pennsylvania Stair Education Arwciation. JEAN L WITHER..........................................Columbia. Pa. Elemental i ■ May Women’ Omni ; Alpha Beta lpha; Siiub-ni Guide; Association f»r Childhood Education Inirmalional. JILL SUSANNE WITHER .... Strasbur . Pa. Liberal .1rt. May English Club: Snapper. SUE ELAINE WITMKR .... Lan.a.trr, Pa. I.ilimit Arts- May ELIZABETH JEAN WITT .... CalMauqua. I’a. Elementary May Lutheran Sludrnt nruilion; Pennsylvania Stall Education V »«m iuiion. DONALD PAUL WITTER. JR..............................................Cornwall. Pa. Ulieral Alls- May Choir: Cio«« Country; Men’ Vanity Club; Kiwi and (.1111 Club; IntcrrollegiuP limlrr«li!r on Cnvrrumrnl. HELEN LOUISE WOLFORD .... Uncart,t. Pa. I.ihrral All VIRGINIA ANN WOOD.............................................Drawl Hill. Pa. Etr meat ary-May Canlrrhury Club; Association lot (IiiIiIIh-mI Edmalion lntcination.il: Council foi Exceptional Children. ■ JEAN L. WITMIJI till. fclSVNNI. WIT ME M r ei.ain»: witmek i:i izaiietii jevn wtrr PONAin r. wtnr.it. jk. nr.trs t t»r wot. form Vnn.lMA ANN W'lMID WIII.IAM l. N WOOD WILLI AM ALAN WOOD .... NorrUmwo. Pu. Elementary• May Had.,thull; Track; MctlmdUt Stodrnt Movement, program chairman and president. LARRY WILLIAM WOODS .... Unca.tcr, Pa. Industrial Atts-Januury Industrial Art Society. DALE WUN.SGHK..................................................IVnndrl. Pa. Secondary May Harder Geographic Society; Intercollegiate Conference on Government. LAKItV WILLIAM WIMJOS HALE Wl VM .HI. 66-IM'III.S l».Nh YOIIK Sl« K I.KK VOI MC i.ii .vni.m mm VArK n i i« i:mnu oiwarii V4UMMK WII.I.IAM Y Aimnoil MCTOtllA A. YASKKMIAK ELIZABETH JANE YACKABONIS . . . Edgrwood. Md. Elemrntary- May Alpha Beta Alpha. CHARLES EDWARD YAMSHAK . Dowaingtown. Pa. Industrial Arts-May IndiKlrial Art Society. WILLIAM E. YARWOOI)........................................Media. Pa. Secondary-May Alpha Phi Omega, treasurer; Roddy Scientific Society. VICTORIA A. YASENCIIAK.........................................York. Pa. .Secondary May English Club; Women' Choniv STEPHEN DENIS YOIIE .... Columbia.Pa. Secondary •January Smi i ier ; Enyll-ll dull. vice plr-ident. SUSAN LEE YOUNG ..... Lanravter, Pa. Elementary- Mar Women's Hay Sludeni A»«ocijiion. Irea-urer; Dolphin Club, vice president and president. RICHARD ALBERT ZAEPPEI..........................................Lancaster. Pa. l.ihrroJ Arti-May DORIS ANN ZERN....................................................Boycrmwn. Pa. Elementary-Januar» Pennsylvania Stale Education A ociation: Awnialinii for childhood Education International; Xenophile Society MARY ELLA ZWEIEH...............................................................la-banon. Pa. Elem eninrv-Janiituy llilrainiiral ; Newman Club, ikmmimt; lnlerrollrvi.ii ' Conference n Government. 67 JOHN DINKKI. -Sprout Speaking ConlH: Com ■niitintz MmV Association. vk pwiilrnl; Student Council: Student Lifn (Inaugural Committee; Student Assistant ol Math Department. JUAN COMTOIS review note. a Frt-»hin.in Orientation Program. WHO’S WHO at msc Congratulations nre due the Hi outstanding seniors who have Keen selected lor Who's Who at Millers ille. Chosen l their faculty mid fellow student . the following people have l cen given the highest hotter awarder! to any senior. The members, 'fleeted on the basis of scholarship. service, eon-struelive participation in activities. and contribution to student government and college life, have l«ecn a valuable asset to the Millers- ille rumpus. The college lakes this opportunity to commend them on the honor they have received and to express its thanks fot their contributions to MSC.JAMES FINNEMKYER conduct .1 turning for I he Inli'iwllepiale Conference on (Iinfrn-men I. M RY JO ESTERI-INK reviews I he imi-ii' foi last concert .11 MSC, h. r MICH VKI. HITE adjust the r.imi m Iwliire .napping the next picture. JOSEPH HAHTI.E provide music ii lh«- pie.n|im'- inauguration. DORIS IIKKK recall her junior your in France. MARt.ARITK BAXTER await. another half-time performance. M R KIISON cheer the Marauder on to victor)'.LAM SHI TT chock .1 committee ii |h 1 ii (»r Student (.'■■iincil. Mid IA LI KOSHAK direct u choir ■ •I Kmodmi -Indent-. CONST ANCE McKINNKV' review parliamentary procedure for 11 Delia I’hi Lia meeting.JUNIORS ( I.ASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS: Tom Siitchherry. president; Jim Nulalc, vice president; .I Anliitucii, secretary- Dick Snyder. treasurer. Mr . Kalhryn Hill. Mr. rlhui llulme. advisers. hirst Haw: Cindy Sardo, Eileen I cvy. Bridgei Scholl. Sandy Kramer. Carol Sicily. Kalhy (idler. Second Hun Kalhy Sclinolli, Shirley Coble. IVjsk' I.illi. n ll.nll'ield. Ellen Slavic. First How: (llorij Selina. Pally Davis Sue Scaliii. Barbara Nowlin, l.indu Carter , (.indy Cmll. laii Divine, Cheryl McClade, I’hylli Noll. Serond Hou : Karen Shellen-hamor. Georgia Flirkitiger. Kick Baker. Na erno Amalucci. Jiwpli CanglolT. Ken Moyer, Kjthy Muck, Sue Gifford. Third How: Judv Miller. Connie Newman. Cordon Diem. ( lairr Nnvollo, Koheri Meek -'. Paul Alexander. Richard Side .Ai w Row: Toni Dutwon. Dianne Brickrr. Dunne I»urU.r. M. I'.u Kr.iiii. Kay Stupaer.. Patti Snwlma«. Kullty Vrnin. Sarah IIoum-jI. Nina IWanm Smilli. Cheryl N.iu. an.l Sura Jonr !..• « , Second Ron: Sharon l». rr. F.ilrrn K...I. r. IK nna lU.lu. IVppir Peter.. Nanry llanna. Maine HrfleMletyrr. Harluru Slittll. Jane Ihinducli, Stuan |,..np. Phyllfe Kulriani, Andre.i Padgett a ml N.nlia Knclirriiin Third Ron Linda W'.illa.J.iiii • Brown. Uarl.ar.i Shirk, I win Smith, lamia Stelper. Pulrieia Daryinan. Saml Slmll. nl.. (K. i. Marilyn Miller. Chri.ty Madden. Hail Smith. Joanne Dolli.lt, l.ynttr Taylor anil Anne ll.iye . hr i Row: ll.irrirt Dtati'liri. nnc Komii h. Janet Mjrtin, Ann Mr! , ilrett H»ber, Sue I’rrmlrixatt, Mike lliikev, I mila Berkley, Diinna I lmmd» » ami Carla Wa.ltinglon. Second Note: Sandy Miw , Pam Tlmma . Norma (iallugher, link Hoover, K. Junr Kay. Vonnir Winner, Marilwi Swank. Nano rk«r«on. Billie Brubaker. John Sprenkle ami Harry Buck. Third How: Irani.-. |liiM.kr, Bob Shoek. Alltrrt Slant. Curl Smith. Bntrr Mtboute, Paul Khoud . Linda Crrrhi, Kathryn Bohr. u an Wilmoyrr and Tom Sjialier. f'ini Row Cynthia Cope, Tlmma Scaring. Daniel Mitrhrll, Joe Schneider, Karen Kilhune. Deanna Kline. Harry Kerr. Larry Conte. Jim Natal.- and (ilrnn Si it el Second R«u Odd Eatlon, Karen Srhmitl, Donna Dufley. I.irniu Mu.mt, Barbara Itoxleilner, Cheryl Doll, |a i Dent-my. Margie Shepler. Clurla Ayrr . Diane la-amon and Linda Nary. Thinl Row Edited Shrrk. Toni Horn, Donald nhtuin, Jim Limlrrman. Fred IHI.Ik, Date (ir.nr. Kenneth Mud or.l. Suvrn Ivey, l-trrv Snyder and Karen la-—.-ij{. mm,iirjflfimiMflr$w : fu Vii;, n .it i at '» min 'ur. ■ aA K . mm. _ — IViral How: Shirley llaitii-h. I'aiumi Finite. Iiemki-, Margaret Tooine), Sarah M.ti.imell. Su«.iti I'ali.tfnn, Sandi.i Shnllcithercer, Mela Knnty, Maryann Noll, Tata (aiinilluc anil Vicki Second How: Ihniiiie Knehctmur. Colleen Krr e, SImiII» ' H.i.ii. Cheryl I'i-hri. Carol Rtl "i, Carolyn Keptier, I’ecc) l.nncfnid, mi Smith, Su »inur I'.ml ami I'am Flo. Third Hen Iti.hard Domurlli, Tliom.i- Celtr, l.rillier Zat-!■•••, ll.triy Men 11. David Dirivvecbler, Henry Stoner, Hill TIk iii| mi||, Marti hammerer, Jurly Cre.-n ami Cindy It nicer. Viral How Small Wi'ilil, Diana Satt.is.ihll. (,.nl W.-oil . Sayrr Turney, l.imlu Crarlmer, Ilodnev Dell..a mill Itod Itcror. Second Hon. Fay Fake. Mary nri Shelly, Priscilla lio.l nar. Shamil Ki-rnhauer. I .hula Miller. Sara Jam Ia'K-iji and loin William Third Hon John IVtrllu, Dan I inch'. Jay l.eary. J. C. Maim •, Stephen MeKaiil and (Icorjte Fake. Junior participated in tin- llonifcominc parade. P Al FiVjI Rom: Milford Cudiman, John Srullin, Mike MrCoy, David Sitter, Judy Satforel. lUilum SduiHlrr, UiiiIj Bachman, Cailor Muu li i rr, Drhhie Southwick .ind Jr.m Nla wr. Second Rom: S.iihI) Young. Sur Rapp. John Moltzak, Tim Kline-, John Wolf, Ron Slouflcr, T««ny Me-rcrr. Cordon William. K ni Rynki and Chri-tinc Madden. Third Rom ; Ijii Kvrrlurl, Ron lio irlli-i, John Zane-r, Daw Eplrr, Dave- ll.nl , Davr Fyock, (Inirjr Rank, l.iiolj Fu u, Bn-nda Wagner, Roxanne- I nvrti and Judy ltuir.ni. Firxt Ron•: Joyce Spn-lnun, Mary Vnn But turn, Cariil Crunde-ll. Margie Park. Eileen Smith, Barbara Smoker. JoAnn Donahue. Brenda Sehlr-Iirl, K.iilil' t n Nt-hh, Mildi.'d l..mdi , Judy Chantry and Jane-t Apgar. Snond Ron : l.onnir Frylee-rge-r. Kathy Mar»lon, Marion Kroner. Kathy loth, Tom Pi-nnriiarkrr. Mrx Wrrayn, Dave Michael, Judith M« iK.vsrll, Karru Cruber, Carol llu --. Vlire Zimme rman and Sunn Itriniger. Third Wiur: Don ItrLurk. Court Jim McKinnrv. Fon.-.t Vdam . tire-(! Donahur. Richard C »x, Jaim-» Kri»inisrr. Ih n Autnenl, Bin! MrKonly, IVgK l-anglonl. Mary Clirnianu un«l Hal Hopper. I h'int Ron: Jan. Kaiiliiiann. I Mane Bn krll, Linda Itrdlyon, Raelndlc Levin, Linda ilwm, Fran llrinicr. Junrl Rohc, Sliirlr Lewi-. Clirryl Ken-dig. Dorolhy Vrioircli. Second Non : BjiImij Winrman, Janie. llill.ili.ui. Carolyn Kojiner, Carol Kiimo, Six I ncnzon. Marilyn Kungi-. Bar liiira S. hrilller, Nancy Franck-. Snlllr Slrcrl. thud Ron : Lhcryl Shellrhuinrt. Lynthin Ueardorl, Marilyn Shirk, Margaret kiri.li, l.ntii- Ainc-, Itwight French. Linda .Shelley. Ht" ltou : J‘,ln,,lj J" AiMchrlla. Ju.lv B. rK-„.,....r ! in,u F-lir n,.w.r|y 0niup jjn, nJII|,.Mlll. JUIU. Ris-ler. Judy Homing. Ma.x.e Miller. Second Ron Llurlc- Ingram. Margarrl Smith. Crraldinr Kri.-I.rl. Jnd.lh Kngel. i l.cvl Klcinle. I.vun Morri-on. lauraine {hmhJwhi, Kail., Mather-. Donna Hay. ( ar..l IVr-iem. Third Row. ,u|| VoUn«. Ui, Slouff. r. Jack Danner. Jay Jonr-. Kiel. Ton.k... Leorg. Stewart. Lonnie r.rh. Jeanne lluglir-. Kllen Sohlbreck.Fir. t How. J.ini' IVnnvluh.r. Faith Wbilelirail. Sandy Zcrhy. Margie Myers Many Olio. Joey Thierjung, Muryalier Dil Jcr, Rarlniru Mhnglit and I.mild Root. S , »n,1 How: (.mil Rolw rt»on, Philip Wilmun, Pairicij McCreery. Daniel Wjjinrr, la-e Young. Linda Manner, Marilyn Ev» inii. .Slim. n IVfler mil Roland Hahn. Third Hoi Jnv Davis Il.irbur.i llreneiM-n. Daniel Royer, Denni SeliuMniok, .1 Willimn Jark nn. l-iinla Light, Ruth Tfiisajjlini, Stephanie Vollmer. John Miller. Dnuic Eller ami Joan DeHart. 76First Row (;lurl«i Muiulis II. Candy Hawk. Grelchrn Haag, Karen Hoverling, Belli Spang, Barbara Kulh. Helen Toili. K.iy Market, Jill Boyer. John Brown. Sjiiii Walker, Nick Wa ib- ki, IVrry Shrnliergcr, Tim Tlium, Alex Leinbach. Bon Sflwi'ilwr, Pamela Thompson, Marjorie (;luhn, Kathy Ante-, l.inda W'eyant. Su» Celletn. Karen IVlie, Kirh Ruhrn. Srrond Rou BoIm-M Grey tall. Barry Riehard-oii, Jeff Conner. Churlii Hill. Joe C.italilo. Hon Kepler. John K«-ner. Dave Rei-eher, Ron Hermann. Jo-epli Cirillo. Barry Ker-tcller, Frank Zimmerman, Gei aid Mann, Cindy Ratanrk. Shirley Cnntw, Joanne Bupp, Jo We igatr, Cindy iYago. Bnrhara We glare, Norma Martin. Third Ron Bruce Hick, Dave Kerris Dick Gentler. William McGill. Greg Wiliman, Sushi O'Donnell. Del.hie Depictropaolo, Su-an Fn bluer. Karen Stevens Kileen H.ihleinun, Su-an Kivllrr, Kileen Kuhns Lynne Shutter, Patricia lain :. Kathleen Nel on. Georgia l-ifferty. Adele Mu In ner. ( atol la'inhaeli, Brenda Beaman. Dawn Fithnnan. Linda Zerphry, Lorraine Doniltaeh, Kathy Koller. Ion lie Gaiis Fourth Row: Bonni. Bitehey, Diane Fuller, Chri-ty Snyder. Marilyn Otarholtwr, Karen Cable, Linda Olcjnir ak, Karen IWrr, Sharon ( hilla . JoAnru I.eFever. Judy Vo-der. Linda Bair. KoM jnua Kurt , Charlotte Becker, Joanne DiPa-ipia. Sue Barry. Janet Klapprt. Gary Norcker. Harry France . Faith llol . man, Pamela Miller, Dorothy Hunkey, Donna Aughinhaugh. Eileen He -, Linda Ruth- Fifth Row: Patricia White. Karen Kimball. Pal Holme-, Jjne Kendig. Linda Cranlord, l-anee Ciowl, Dale Fair. Paul Slike. Jam,- (ogn.it". Janie Stamm. Ed Vllltno-e. Linda Riddell, Pal ll.iwk. Nancy Scliimpf. Linda Bilycu. Su-an Harr, lulir Holler, Libby Krayhill. Ann llartiiian. Calhv Groningcr, Are Gecus Debbie Kaufman. Dele |iic Miller, Sue Ellen Garrett. Jean Drvmi-hiie, Bow Mary Titus Fir t Row: Inez Cox. Judy Nan-, Sharon Chri-iman. J«Ann Brie Iter, Sara Sehwalm, Janet Kennedy. Barbara Bricket. l.oui-c Diet ., Patricia I iK-ich, Elaine All-cliulei. Sue Slikev. Sandy Ernst. Sue Haa-. Marlene Lotah. Beth Meckley. Mary l.ong. Joyce F.-liletnan. Sylvia Side. M man Berlierijn. Su»an Rcidrntacb. Donna Sunimy, Pam Si-k, Karen Gerhart, Carolyn Brooks Second Row Rodney l-oo-e. I.erov Miller. M ok Wich-troni. Harold Salim. Alike Weaver, John Cullen. Donald Beidlrr. Sylvia Alinka, Vnonica Fofli. Nancy Kane, Janet Schuelrr, Patty Been,. Brenda Keller. Linda Ki.-»ge, Connie Avery, Barbara Smith. Karolann Webb. Pal Golding. Cary Vi-co. Gary Seagraves Kieli Yau-s Kithhcn ||i— Third Row: David Ho.tetter, ITvma Mill . John Sway e. David Strieker. I.oiu- Kulp, riicrr-a Wrnl el, Susin Stcigi-rwall. Sill)atm |Vter», Fred 'Iyer-. Marilyn Baker, Janrlle Marltey, Caryl Aurick, Patty Kopp. Su»ie Frey. Linda Frazer, Joan Clark. D-.tli. Ein-l. Fugenit I arkin Jan Breneinutt, Kathy Legrti-lriti. Eileen llamith. Barbara Domun, Katliv llauek, Cliarlotle Atal. Fourth Row nn I Smith, Ronald Mitchell. John Dengler. Bill Schuler. Rich Fickes David Slanentck, Gregory Berta. ( liarlic Turner, Tom Ankeny. Denni- Engle, tooige Curran. Bill Thomas Henry Deemrr. Maryl ou Lonek . Nancy Gross Lorraine Lnratli. Carol Brackhill. Irene Dcglcr. Diane Light ,„r. Sally Ann Smith. Nancy Hooker, Joanne Davis Jane Fliclinger. Tei.-si Eahy. Filth Row: Darlene Snyder. Roberta Shearer. Kathy Howell, Niiicv K.eports Cab Yeager, Marilyn Strrhle, Kathy Glenn, Crrri Mnllin. Im.i Cohen. Cnnnie Ganrll, Chri-line Pfennig, Kay Graham. Dchbie Knott. Sally Humpton, Linda E-henvhade, Connie Slu—i, Su-an Scliw.it .. Juan Burkholder, (-ail Renilry, Barbara Evans Daniel Zwal-|y, Jatne- Wert, Roll Siimpnun. 78First Row: Cary Bridi, John F«u nacht. Jr.. Richard Rcevrr, Boh llriilhwritr. ! • Ktcid.r, Gregg Schuler. Mike Bauer. Kent William . Cliri Rank, Cindy W ilhelin, Cheryl Schwcnk. Brad Ruth, Jim Ki-iinr, Jann- Yurkiewir . Dirk Evan . John Kofroth. Bud..If N.-u iadlrr, Gifford Weaver. J.din Horahaugh. Jr.. Richard Ri he. Don Quay. Second Row: Danin Slrauh. Jam. He . iK.nald Hank. David Clymrr. David Uurlrv, l in Hcrnrr, Rich nx a, Barry Von-Stcllcn, Janie Miller. Mervin llo». George Price. lamrnr.' Karan, larrry Ream. Bill Waller . Shad Pinka . Drnni Ku-h. Kenneth Kul| . Cheryl levy, Sally lx-edy. J.-jii Manley. third Row Edward Cillelle, Bay l.eailiernian. John Shar-lie. Maryann Mulhall, Jean Kncer. Jran Gockley, Lawrence Garland, Drnni Weber, Tboma Rolrrcr. Carol Kagjlvi. Bill llau , Janie Hei ey, William Eberly, John Hei-etmun, Mirliarl Zurich. John Selcher. W illiam Zeiher, Man Lyingcr. Carl WrUcl. Fourth Row: Jack Voder, Jerry Stoner, Mike Aunirnt, Greg Grille. Edward llarri . Jeffrey Mart, Barrv Purtliree, Don Gale . Kill Oillrti. Denni Stephen, Janie Wile, Eu-grnc Yen»er. Hi.-hard Sehrark, Charlc Brown. Joe n on. Chari.'- Alex, Darryl Fo| yrthe, Ix-roy Scil . k.llcv I’o ey. |loii|£ Sline. Fifth Row: Mvrle Berinper. H.inald Slupp, Hay Miley. Patricia Hammond. Sue Ca»»ey. Dehhie Miller. Maxim- Ihaeh. Lealie Kdmi«i..n. Grorgrnc Row-man. Mary Lou Keegan. Willi Marlin. Virginia l)avidhei er, John Karne l, Chri line Meyer, (.indy S|iindler, (.he ler l.ylle. Kay Stafford. John Blum. John Dalton, Mike W.irgo, Sally Wool, la.relta l.eith. First Row: Don K r-M-r, Sally R.k-, Jean Vogt, (Georgia Miller, Jeaninc Stoudl. Mari. Skvurri , Carroll Eh rlur1, Harold Miller. Deborah l) ». ganc . Irene Kachniar ky. Carol Reynold . Enid Axworlhy, Alana Forry. Lynda Carr.il, Linda Weidman, Donna ument. Pliylli Lutz. Linda Bryme er. Donna Sa man. Pa .jualina Cam po piano. (jrul Hath, Elaine Mortal. Miehele Miller, Barbara Miller. Second Row. Richard Gere. Ronald .Mark . David Binkley, Richard Ba»hore, Anion Rodin a, Edward Duma. Richard Dodd . Benjamin Fomwall, Norman Famou . Michael Hani| l»n, llrnjamin Singer. Ronald Wanner, Ronald Burger, R«lwrt Newcomer, Jav Moore, R.dicrt Miller. Craig l.ether. Allen Meek ley. J.ok Miller, Dclxirah Korin- . Third Row: Crorge Martin, Karl Schneider. Rolien Cliuhh. Karen N «h. Jeannette Bianehi, Linda Mac Kcn .ir. Barl.aia W..|p.ri, John l.ennuili. Regan Millet. Bonnie Yoder, Dale Fu.|u«, Jack Keal. David R.-noll, I jwrence Conv.-r, Jackie D. trick. Jeannie Millar, Judy l.i| | y. In Either, I.vnn M Clone. Diane M.n i.drk. Karen kanlmwit . Fourth Row: Rob Willing. John John»»n, David lie , Charlene Suu-avjge, Twila Charlc . Gloria Hr , Suzanne lx.hr, Sidni Crim, Linda Sliive . Jay Breneman. Jerry Schindlc, Karen Pfeil-ler. Nanneiie Sclimpp, llaihara Scbolwin, li Spangler. Mike Sidler. Judv Klock. Ceorge Mayer. Bob Baldino, Mike Serata, Marianne Rdf nyder. Kav K. --I. r. Filth Ron loin llyden, Bruee Mtm h»w -r HI. Ellen Ka nak. Gail Gieenfield, Farra McCartney, Sandy (auirter. Belly Gale, Lee Fi-her. John Daulwrt. Woody Miller, Jr.. Shirla Barton. Suanne Mi'Cum cy, Barry Reheard. Brian C. Kaliler. Sue Wall . Maria Pike . Jam.- Madgey, Lind. Brubaker, Dave Van Gilder. Egor |.ra«o i.h. Frank l-iwley. Dave Schindler. 79Sin: Gifford takes n break from waitress hitie . My kingdom for a pair of boots. 80Debbie Dunn Sings “Second Hand Rose” for Winter Weekend Variety Show. The flood was reason for summer school students to celebrate.At last, a freshman—-and the ilink is the topper. Freshman regs began on Fun Night . . . . . . and ended with the Clarion football game. I 82 Mrs. Edward J. Butler receives a Varsity Club mum from daughter Lynn. Soon came Parents Day and then Freshman Doreen Dardis cleans her room before mother and dad arrive. Wickers welcomes parents. 83Ruth Anne Wi nterhalter helps Irene Jones with last minute preparations for the Inaugural Hall. Radio and television personality Henry Morgan appeared in Lyte Auditorium on Thursday. October 13. 1966, as part of the Festival of Arts of Inauguration Week. the Inauguration of President Robert A. Christie. On October 15. 1966. Dr. Robert A. Christie was officially inaugurated as the fourth president of Millersville State College. The inauguration ceremony began at 2 p. m. when the academic procession consisting of delegates from over 100 colleges and learned societies began its march to Brooks Field. The Rev. Henry Shissler presented the invocation and Mr. Robert L Kessler, chairman of the college board, presided over the inaugural ceremonies. Following the greetings, the college choir performed. The investiture was presented to Dr. Christie, after which he delivered his inaugural address entitled. “E Piuribus Unum.” Reverend Shissler ended the ceremony with u benediction. A reception for the president followed in Gordinier Hall. 'Flic inaugural ceremony at Brooks Field ended a gala week of Inaugural activities. On Frida) night the Inaugural Ball was held in Gordinier Hall. Earlier in the day. an Educational Symposium was held in Lyte Auditorium. Comedian and television personality Henry Morgan appeared at the college on Thursday night. On Tuesday and Wednesday films were shown. Mr. Ncvin W. Fisher, a member of the college’s music department, began the Inaugural week with a piano recital on Monday night. Couples sit out a dance in Gordinier Hall, scene of the elaborate ball given in honor of Dr. Christie.Leading the academic procession to Brooks Field is Mr. Henry Kauffman. Grand Marshal. Receiving guests at the reception following the ceremony arc Mr. William Mcllwaine (center right i, director of the inaugural committee, and Dr. and Mrs. Christie. Mrs. Clair R. McCollough. MSC trustee, presents the scroll to Dr. Christie. 85Social life continued . . .“I left my purse here this morning.' Halftime means nourishment. . and reached a high point “Let's move this board, I can’t see.'. . . during Homecoming Weekend, 1966. 88 IMvA-T. Beat Stroudsburg!('harming coeds vying for the queen title were Seated: Peggy Cox, Cindy Crist and Mary June Schuler. Standing: Linda Zwalley, Sue Happen and Sue Prcndcrgast. 89A summer day. A focal point . . .r ' . . . was the campus lake. Anyone for Ice Skating. 91Finishing touches. Classes . . . Many classes called for reference work. 92Elizabeth O’Brien and Dale Wench in Citamard production of Moss Hart's “Light Up the Sky.” . . . clubs . . . ‘Smile. Touchstone needs your picture.” Varsity club pledges decorate the campus. 93Annual Student Council elections. “Sold to the highest bidder!’ ‘Oh. don’t tell me it’s on microfilm!’ 94tvork and play Prece vork for a busy i . ■ 1» fit. Extra “Aren't you suppo scd to be in the back A Friday night m o.voks Hall.Judy Simmons and Molly Ludwig bring Christmas spirit to Lyle Hall. . . . long awaited vacations. Christmas dinner at Gordinier. 96Dr. George H. Francis leaching advanced electronics. We came back to familiar scenes . . . Commuting student .spends her free time wisely. Students “rush" to get to classes on time. 98■J 99Postmaster I-ester Cox is everyone's friend. 100 Charlie Molt contributes to worthy cause ns Bonnie Single)’ smiles. . . . familiar faces . . . Mrs. Nnoma Gulian aids in time of need.Mr. Humid Rowe is is always ready In snap a candid. Mrs. Charles I lull , helps the Lah Sell mil children cross safely. Mr. Gem Wise, director of financial aid. 101Kllrn Reaver ami Diane Kemmorcr commend Mr. Sellers for the idea « f I In; ludv snack. 102The honor graduates: Candaee Nilrauer. Mr . Louise Weaver llardinger. Diane Margaret Taylor and Mrs. Joanne Eck Perich. They were in January class. graduation for a few. Mr. and Mrs. Kortini are proud of their son, Rolrert. Seniors assemble before the final march.Pam Mdi-klmlT serin to hr enjo ing student teaching .it Munlirim Central. l | I Tlic long awaited assignment. Some seniors began student teaching . . . Tluee o'clock Monday afternoon- student teachers return for jnncliriiin.while others returned for the spring semester.(;io««- l circuit ti'icviiiion look cure of (lie ovrrllou from the ('.lii’Mii'N l u«ki-lbnll gtimu. Tin? coflo»-lioiii 4‘- a favorite ilnli .pot. Not all the time was spent in study . . .Svfi-llimrl Omni Sue l,i'undn};a l ami her attendant am Motuku ami Sue l c|)|«on. All oye are n the ipimi ami lurr nu'oil Joe Sclim-iiln they loud off a dame. Wo could have darn ed all ni lit. 107Al'O'-i ai rail) wen! on «k |»ilo llu rain. 1 • . . . and the spring activities quickly Jonn Contlois crowns I .an i Shull l! 66 Spring Fling yucon. Frail Fischer ami Pill Rml soak up the May sunshine. 108The nice weather often brings parents to visit. . . . led into the end of the term. 14111 Kohl and Shirley Adams study for finals outside. 109An outdoor lea was held for the graduates and their guests. Graduation . . . a memorable event. I)r. Raymond Runklc gives the seniors final instructions.Venture coffee house, The Rafters, provides a place for relaxation. The band and choir enhance the inauguration festivities. Della I’hi Kta, I In' women's honor Minority. thi» year raised ii» academic requirement to a 3.2.r aveiaye. It- main project i« -iiiipoiliiip a footer .Ini,I in Chin.i. Fir it How: Nonna Gallagher, Paulette Ki»millrr. Barbara Andrr»nn and Kilern Buck. Second Hou: Mar»ha Oslroff, Pal Beed. Jiun Coiutoi", Barbara Davies Brenda Beimel;. Cnniiir McKinney. Sue Swartlex and l.oi« Dcuuoy Third How: I’.il PrifTcr, Joann,- Stroll, Brenda Sclminl. Stunk Grove, Marly Bales. Joanna I.owr . K.nliy lluck. Sluny Cyphers, Carol Sar iliun and Bomaiiu- Brcehblcl. DELTA Pill ETA PHI SIGMA PI I'ln honor Iraleinil) (or men. Phi Simula Pi, celebrate il .nademie achievement with an annual spring haiiniiei. First How: (•'red Dcu iug. Brooke Miller, Vnlhony M.itnl i. lay I liarle- and Mike Kodiak. Second Hmc: Andrew Borowski. Denni Mark. Vhrain Foster anil Joseph Toiehia, advisers and Joe Hartley. IllWOMEN’S COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Millin’ Onniiiiinily Awicialiiin govern women' dormitory lili-. and llli year broil it hi alx.ul new hour for Komrn. Fir.xt Row: Cloria SdijM, Sin McLaughlin. Deanna Kline, Brenda Retook, lycc Tillman, Diana Durhuro, Charlotte Mr-.irk anil Patricia brain. Second Rou Vnnr Wrllierliold, Jmlilli Hunting, Barbara Brcnei‘en. Barbara Albright. Jadell Sorenson, Ellen lloavor. Georgia Miller. Lynne lli(nrNjfl, Linda Wallace and Haiti Snodgras . The annual Big-Lilllr Sister picnic, ruincdoul aitjin thi year, moved tom »(ully t« ('.ordinier Hall. Ci.yiu; S, Stink, Jean of men RESIDENT MEN’S SENATE Mr. Henry Burlier, head of the Resident Men's Senate, and Helen V. Cull way, dean of women, "reel Dr. and Mr . Raymond Riinkle at I lie Inaugural Hall. 112  Women's Day Slmlrnl Association for women commuter attempts u make a home away from liome in I hr day riHiin- of Mu ic Hall, Old Main North l.rit to Night: Joanna laiwry, Harhara lloxleilnrr. Donna Duffrey, Patricia Giraliam and Dixie Darker. WOMEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION In order I" mold male day student into a solid unit and provide a eomfortulde stop between classe-.. Cumberland House luis been a-ide a tie- Men" Day Student VvMieiation home ba»e. first Now: (deim W inner, Don Wiggins and Paul Donecker. Snoml Now: Tom llei»ey. J. ]{ WVidman ami Sol Lnumli. MEN’S DAY STUDENT ASSOCIATION |lu y •'indent have lime to rrniemher the needy at Thanksgiving. The commuting men enjoy an extended study break.Women Service Oritaiifaatiou provide women ‘indent .■ dunce to ttnr ili«- college hi project -uch a teas orplwinV partic - anil cloth-iiiK drives First Rote: SuhjU Witntoyrr, Carol Hirchert, Lynne Gamble, Sue M. I.iu hlin. Kitty Domlu.li and Barbara Me Adam Second Ron: Pam Sriliert. Sandy Myer . (Jl(,| Jrnkins Itailur.i nder on. Mary Schuler. Glut la re». Ellen Mitdidl and Beverly St.-rley WOMEN’S SERVICE ORGANIZATION |M I I II • rally admire tile trophic awarded by PO. Two coed- enjoy one of WSOV many tea . AEPIIA PHI OMEGA Millersville’ chapter of IPO national -er ice fraternity, began ii buiy year of variou project- by welcoming new udvi«er l r. Koken, Dr. Duncan, and Dr. Brown. First Ron-: Philip Witman. Lonnv Fry herder. Burl Prnnyp.u k. r. Dick Blar e. Fred KaUlnn and Robert Fortini. Second Rou Barry Hock. Barry Slaughcnhnupt, Clurlc Kenyon. John Ho-tetter Perry C.-mmill and Boh Heigh.Thf .|ircuil ' 1 neat ion organi atiou lud .1 vmi ol lir«t»: ii war- I he fir l year lor I ho new ad viM-r , Dr. Kettering and l r. Kicb, and tit -firrt linn- CEC built a float lor homecoming. First Row: Connie McKinney, Sue Kittingrr, Bev Marker, (Parole Graham. I.ynn Smith and Molly I.udwig. Second Row: Barium Bartram, Ellen Sautter and Man Ann DrMichral. COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL . a |irnfr .i.,nal organization. CEI inform the .Indent ol the v.i»t opporlunilie in the teaching held and make material. available to thou. First Row: I ni- Goodwin. Judy Miller. Marilyn Miller. Linda Frey. Kild n Ihlhnugh. Bonnie Snyder. Vicki Cox ami Sara Jan. I.cig. Second Row: Sue l.inlon, Him Sautter. Palmer Poll. Lout Srclimt, Torn Kerr, Steve Ku lirki. Barry Shalor. Connie McKinney and Linda Witm.in. PENNSYLVANIA STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The .indent branch ol the Parent Teacher A‘ ocialion attempt, to acquaint the -Indent vvilh hi- rule '» ®ocwl r ,,ffirrr elude Linda Bachman, Joey Kane. Deanna Kirl.ellH-rger, Bruce C.ibvon. I.oi. Denuny and Pal Mill-.Social Studies major and minors interested in governmental function turn to |4'G. The Millcr»ville branch hosted th regional meeting of I J i Club in March. Firsl Rok: Donna Pollock. Cheryl Fidter, Judith Bureau, Pam Timm , S V. i.» Minka, Cinay Krew, Ruth Miller and laii Stouflcr. Snyiud Rou: J. Philip Gerber, Harry Him'It, Jim Finnr-incvi-r. Hichard Kclir. Uric (larn'II .mil John Roth, INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT I ICC depict college participation in gov. rrmmni for it homecoming display. YOUNG REPUBLICAN’S CLUB Followinc the Repul.In.m Party and it function interest the member of the Young Republican Club. Member include Harry I udwig. Carol Gr hum«la«r, Cordon Diem and Dr. Charlr laird, ctdiiier. 116 BASSLER GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Tin your Ra» ler Geographic S -initiated a coffee hour which provided student a chance- to meet professor and participate in lively discussion . Member include John Furry. Keith M K.iin. Jounne Dollish and Joseph Jcckcl. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB Social Studio Lhih sparked il« meeting wilh local speaker •uclt .1- . (1. I).inn t.i -tt -r, .1 hu«inc »man from Lancaster, and l)r. Vernon spaturi.m. S -viet expert. First How: Carol Rani. Jo Wargo, Danielle Brady, Rodney Coon. Pam Thomas, Sally lloldfeld and Bette Cupriolli, Second Row: Barry Su niann. Philip Gerbe. Donald Witter, Paul Evun-ko, Tom Haney and Barn Modi. MU KAPPA MU Mu ka| |».i Mu uiili :i-d it matin:-malic ability to Guild the winning display for Homecoming. First How: R. II. Rut hart, ad riser; Don Bollitig-rr. Judy Green and Jack Blosser. Second How Kay Noli. Barbara An-dcr on, Diane Kenunerer, Marilyn McBride and Brenda Rt-huck. 117Iii addition in »| »iiv iiii|: llw frndnnan tutoring imigtum, ihr Engliili liliili lhi ywr '"M nro add n»«l Inilmob. novel ami clat ic hir.il Row: Judy Stollmpulo , Sin-fry llrr»ltry, Tara Crumling, Barbara llntlrilnri, I’.ii Bred, Sftand Row: Juan Dcllart, John Sprrnkle, Sieve Volte, Jonathan Zimmerman, Sandy Zrrby. ALPHA BETA ALPHA ABA, iln library fraternity, tluilril it program with enllm ia m In winning M-cond place with it Homecoming display. Aimr Row: Horn Jeanne DeKuria, Lind Frey. Prugic IV|er», Carol 'virulnin, Dianne Brickcr, Kmily (Iran ford, Barlia ra Shreflb-r. Kilrcii Buck and Margie Brown. Second How: l.»i C.uiu-, Cindy Snyder, l.inda Witiii.iii, I'.imhI.i Marklmll. I'.ii llolnie , Kailiy Turk. Sue M.itwin. Butli Truvaglini, Diam Beckett, Ann Metz. Fran Bruder, Cliri Drylak mid June Jtinge.XiViio|iliil«' cnnililm inU-rot in a foreign language witli pnijeti uml uiliviiu f - i Mn 1 in ini rr.iv foreign « iillnr« knowledge First Hon (,'jfol If,mi, ( urol f.onki Jo Wiirgo, Jm Hartley, Mike H »li.ik, Kulli) •i-irlln uml Hello .»|»ri«»ni. Secantl Hair: (Carolyn UK.Veeo, Harriet I liiilrluT, lulls R0111.1, Sliiiron Di n. Maxine Su| ko. Karen lt»v».u |. I nula li.ulim.in, I.iml.i 4 '.ill.ilunn uml Jink kuilerCITAMARD (itomard. llit dramatics luh. entertains llic Col-lege with its fim- productions including tins year “Light. I p the Sky." a comedy l Moss Hart and “Here We Conic Gathering." another comedy. Gita-mard is also in charge of the I O'Clock Theater, a group w hich produces student-directed one-act plays several limes a year. Alpha I’si Omega, the national honorary dramatics fraternity, this year sponsored a theater for children's entertainment. Their first production was “Hansel and Gretcl." liil of “theater on the er rn" during Homecoming Weekend. Club members itielude First Row: Klim Sjulter. l am Thoma . Ku ' Winner. Clni-iine Hackman and l.n|« Goodwin. Set and Row: Stevr brown. Peggy Hay and Jim Finncincyer. Dr. Talley demonstrates the .ut id theatrical make-up, A M in.- from “Light I p lire Sky.” Betty O'Brien and Male Wuier lie 'tart the comedy in Citamard’s first iH'rfoniiam-o.Everyone ({et» inlo the act at Citamard tryout . Diana Hetrick j|i| eaf' amused when Dr. Paul Talley oiler to hruutify Iirr. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Dill Il ll mimic- Dr. Talley’» ditrcliuu Vlplt.i P»i Oniejpt, the national honorary- dramatics fraternity, provides u«hrr and refreshments at Citamard productions. Fir At How: K.tv inner, lads lioodwin. Ellen Sautter. Marsha O trofl. Christine Hackman and Mary Werner. Second How: Pam Tlmmas, Judy Johnson. Alice Mowry. Steve Itiown, Jim Finnemryer, William Coble and Diane Hetrick. Mr. Mile explain .» page liiy oul lu hi editor . SNAPPER Kuril week the students ;it Millersville catch up on llu latest campus m-ws b reading tin .Snti iptr. This year we had u new and hetlei newspaper as llu . (afT always works lo expand the paper along with the growing college campus. fashion colninn and a cinerama column wore added features. At the start of the full semester the excitement of the Inauguration Weekend was supported by Sntipprt with a special color edition currying a detailed story of the big event. This issue marie mi appropriate soiivenii of the inauguration of President Christie. During the spring term, the stall attended a meeting of tin- Pennsylvania State College Pies' Association. They also sponsored a journalism day with a workshop for the high schools in the area. I lie students have no reason foi not being well-informed about tlieii college when a eompetent stulf such as the Snapiw’s is on the job. Fir it How: Samly Susan (•itTorii, Karen lame anil |{»iiiiiinr ISio-lilm-l. Set oml How: Itoinlu Selilvgel, Sin1 Mellw nnt I arn| ItiihniMin. Thittl How: Nancy Warfii), Jean Union. I.imla I Lihihm anil Unity Kern. Fourth l(ow: Dehliic Knoll, Sue I'rendergasl, I’nm (ireen ami Ken iMik. Fifth How: Mike (ierfui ami I’racy S|nmlMU)(li. FI DELTA EPSILON Pi Di li,i Epsilon is iln- national ImnoMn journalism Du-limits for iiiulir i.nIu. ti- . First Ron: Kilrni Hurk anil l.iini‘1- Will,i Second Row: C.iil S.ilim. Hmii.iiiii- Hrerli liiel, K.in n Liiip, Mr. Karle llitp. adviser; ilrrii Fisher, Marx ’ Toomey .mil Slinron lten inxer. Third Ron : Mike lliir. Sumly Moses, Diana Donenberx. Fuin Creen, Hailmra lli.xlritner. Diane Alim, .loan ( ..mini, .mil Mike Cerfm. Anxious inonii'iils In-fore Mr. Ililr .ippr.u- lor llie .lull's annual Christmas party. I lull, lor me! lie , lu re!Fir I Uuif S.ua Jam- l inilii Kllaro. I.inda Kissil ami lairralnr (luodwin. Second Hhu luryl uu». Sin Itapp, h.itln in in Third How Hatlmrn ndrrson. Dunny ItniiJy. I.inda Hcdlyuii ami It.irlura liny Iriinri. fourth Row: Knxaane laivrlt, Ailocn Fidurr ami Sandy Young. Filth Ron: l.yim Herman, (land Drfiiin, Joycr S| rlm.in and Dnniiii Dugmi Sixth Ron: Jim Oitn-iin, Trudy inuld. Lni« . » iIhim and Kathy Mathei . TOUCHSTONE To present I lie spirit ■•( Millersvillc Stale College in picture is the aim of llu l%7 Tot IISToNK -I a IT. Co-editors Eileen Hm k .uni I’ain Johnson kept the staff husy from Man'll of l%6 lo lute February l'H 7 In neliieve this goal. Tlii- year the Tow.iistonk has maile use of some new idea . I lie senior seiiion is inters|M'iM-il with ramliil pictures: the Who’s Who section u-es informal pictures catching eucli person in net ion: colored pictures arc used more frequently: and lipped in divided pages are featured. The Tot i IISTOM: stall hope-, you read the hook with ns much spirit as the -tall used in preparing it for you. Mike llilr |iu y|i- nver rIn- rru| pinit t.( picture . 124 Yearbook co-editor Pam Julin-on and Kill ■4I'htf Blink iiml Cuhl Muff: i'uui C.rn-n, Main - Tooimy, Joarnr (loml, Mary ami Jim Smoker. I‘,ra Cirrn, ,h, r.liu,r. «PUh. lb l« l "I i»nr of lirr luitttnU. If tin freshmen condemned the Mack and Cold hand-book which Happed around their necks during freslunan orientation. they were certain later to find it very useful. How many time? have you (rnnlically run through the dorm to find a phone numl er of one of the other dorms only to hear someone say, “1.0ok in yoUT Mark and Cold? If you’ve ever gone to the library and found the doom locked, you would have Raved v ourself the trip if you had checked the hours in the handbook. The Mack and Cold i the best source lot information on such things as assemblies, banking service, credit evaluation, financial questions, graduate school, housing, insurance. scheduling, registration, or a myriad of other service . The Mack and Cold staff should he commended for the fine )oh they have done this year. I mr Maine, tin- plume i always busy. 12$INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP lntnVar»ity litiMiun lellnw«hi|i, the non denominational UhiMian urmuihcatioti, wel comm everyone to it» |irnvum« which include tin year «| cakcr«, parlim, movie , and »| e • i.iI inindc. First Row: Grace lluniui, Hiirbjra (dick. Jjiiu • William . Indy Shepherd and T.iimni Pri-dtcchcn k( . .Second Row: Judy (.inn. Ilrrndu Roebuck. Hurl mm lb vim and Maryturilc Busier. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT (uiillp....I ol •indent- intrrr Uil in tin- Mi ill- iidi'l Church nnd it' li-acliiiiK'i. Mclliodi l Stud nt Movement comhim- religion- -ludy with •ociul ticlivilii •. first Ron jack um| In'll, l.indu (•rent. Sandy Volt . Putty Moore. I.inda Roliu. Mnriiinuc Schmid mill Reyerlv Kindennun Second Row Ihivid Null. Joy Jour . I.illi.m Ilu.Ili. l,I. John Itnil and Knltorl Martin. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION I In- Luthciun St mien t Vnnxiution aim to en couniRr the •ludy und ji|ij rcciaiion of the Uhurcli. The cluh alto provide u good wav lo meei and •ociali e with other «tudcnl . first Ron Belli SieideiM.ilt, Nancy Gerber, J.mcl Nice and Uln-rvl Si.mnli, .Second Row lion lIolliiiKer, Maryann Shower , Dan I,ingle, Mary Vnne Kiihiinun and Nick boery. UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP I'niiird I impn- f hriHtiui Follow'hip liiyli lijdilwl I In- ra r with a talk by Provident CliriMii' coni'orninir “Unni|iu Krvnlt." hint Hon : I oroli llun'lierp-r, (irr.ildino Krirlirl, J.mr I- l«'kini!4'r and Kay Kn«Irr. Strand How: M.irparol .'’initli and Judy Eniiol, NEWMAN CLUB Nowin.hi Club, (nr Uailmlir -ludcril , ilmw iIiih year to experiment with a Folk Ma»- li wa wi ll liked lliul ii h.i» limime the lean lur Sunday Man- Him Hou Jo Warn , Palri-ria laince. Kathy UoMrllo, Mr . Nainit. Susiu Boxnk and lli'lle Uapriolti. Second Row: l.iiiinl Korol. Kirk He , Jim- Hartley. F.rie Carroll, Nii irain) Ainatiini. Jr, and Mike llioky. CANTERBURY CLUB K| i io|.al •tndrnt' turn i» ( inirrliurs Quh u» .1 inrun lor 'Indying their (ailli. I.ell to Riftht: David I junio r), Marion Kuhim’. Naiuy loth and Kathy Cr'llni, 127ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Ortliodnx Chn-tian Fellowship was newly recognized this year. giving Orthodox student a chain: ' In -link ihrir religion. First Kota Charlyne Ally. Irene kaelimac-kv and Janice Kallahan. »ro id How: Thoma- l.ivaditis and Michael L. Ho'liak. RODDY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY Run , chemistry, biology, plant . and oceans were ju»i a few d the fubjctln id the Roddy Scicttlilic inerting this year First l(ott Vivien Reiv , Daniel Snyder, Cheryl McGlade. Dnhi thy Stocker. Rathara liullock, ISrifiilii Krirg, D»i» Dcininv. (iinni RudEill and IVincillu Rod rui. Second Row: Julie Fury. Linda Shivr , Kllcn Reaver, Philip Witinan. Kdgai kieiger. AIIh'ii Schinidi, Jume Kislinc. Martin Finkel, William Lhandler, William Yarwood, Rrian Kalilcr and V. Ray Trilch. ROD AND GUN CLUR Men interested in hunting. fishing. Iiikinu. and other outdoor activities turn to the Rod and (dm Club. First Rote: Joseph Sicldcr. William Chandler and Owen Linde . Second Row: Rime Moiileleniie. Donald Wilier. Philip 0. Wynn. David Mom. and Philip Corlier.TECHNIC AI ARTS Tim |no|)lr ri |Hin«ib|c l ir Imililinu ilm .mil | rovi«lin |M'ciul oflVit nt plays. swim sliovr .mil liigu.imi' enlrrlainumni i- ilic Tf«Ti nical ri« i lull. Ftnt H«w: RoIm-ii l.uruior. Krniu'lli Tlmmas .in-l Donald Viikiiiut. Second lit in: Sirvon Rulirkl. Jim- Hmllt } -mil I’liil Brow n. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Tin lllllllslli.il rl Sm-U'I W.l' fill nil'll In sivr imlus|ri.tl .iris iinijur- a i Iiiiiu fur pm-li-siruuil iiiriclmnnt. Fir. t Rate: Kolmil 11 in kli Lurry Marshall, Jnlm Kiinlii. Ilrookc I4I-li’t .mil John Kur-nil . Second Ran : K-im-lli Tlmwor, Sii'u ii Kulicki. Uolmrl Toriini, I .ml Ikuki'ii-lnsi- mill Kulirrl l.imurr. Sinn' linlu-iridl n» Society iiirmlu-rs an- K'liul builder , limy had no Ironlih I hi 11111 ii tin- liipjii i pilr of wood for I In: llniiu’romini: lioiifm-. 129OFHCkRS: Terry Dunn, treasurer; Carol Ilav»k. secretary; Su. Kittinper. ir'ee president: Sukic Young. president (stated). and Sj|| Tr.mp. senior adviser. ,..n ult with Mr . Dorwart, adviser. DOLPHIN CLUB Sally I'liiop, Put Smilli. Sue Kiltinjtor. and Joanne ISt.m ii take lime nut from Dolphin practice l ‘trike a pretty |» -e. Su.i Young and I -Kill Hawk roake ballet leap-look mi easy. Tht Dolphin combine grace. poi e. .1 p.x.il knowledge of nyiiehroni .ed .wimndng and ewil u little clowning to prc.cnt ihcir annual .wim «lmw. First How: l am Thoriip-on. K.itliy Mi Donough, K.illiy Zook. Sally Kelly, Kllen Mitchell. Terry Dunn, Sail Troop. Su«i Young. -arol llawk. Su.- Killinpcr. Jo.innc Brandt, Sara Jane l.c-.ip, Belli I'apriolli, Mary aim. Sue Keidenhaeh and Ginns HoummI. Second Row: Dottio Solti-, laiidn Kri-pe, Krnily Cranford, Put Donnelly. Sue Iteiniger, Jan Richard . Marpi Ma on, Alliron Hamilton, Pal Darynun. Barit Yeager. Peppy Co , Diane Diel .li i. Diane Allen, Marge Simpler. Sue Bagcii«to- c. Bonnie Montap and Pal Smith. Third Ron : Slierrv Kendig. I.indu Grreki, Fran ('.inter. Jade) Soren.en, Joann Donahue. Brenda Beaman and Jill Shirley.Flying, ky diving. and tud ing airplane arc a few of tin- interest- of the Atiilian Club. l-i«t year thev »pon ared an Aviation Week llial wa thoroughly enjoyed l» the tuder,t . Pint How: Dirk Miller, George Hum and Jury Mo- er. Second How: Carol l)i Cecco. Judy Stoner. Janice Hollalun. Linda Callahan. Maxine Supko and Sue Deppcn. Third How: Cary Fabrizo, Skip Marshall, Jay Jonr . Ken Rock. Bob Meek . and d.im llowmpa. AVIATION CLUB Colonel Hubert Torrcn on "f the L'SAF honor Sue Dcppen a Mi Aviation Week during the club' celebration. The Milleptville Marauder enjoy an airplane ride in the Aviation Club' float during Itotnrroming weekend. The dub , officer look almol l» t lo-idr tbi pa enger plane.WICKERS The Wicker-, j ocial-»rrvjcc fraternity for men. combined social activities -uch j- dance-with participation in cultural and academic events, first Hole: Bob Hci»crmaii. Frank Pennington. John Johnson, Rick Baker and Barr) Shafer. Second Hon . David Wain-ley. Z.» Amu-tucci. Inin Kerr, John Waldron. Jim Natale. lohn Mummeit, Rirlund Juppcnlal and t.lcnn Stil el. MEN’S VARSITY CLUB With it- pledge initiation, the Men'- ai-it) ( luh add a -| ark of humor to the campii . first Hon : John Shea (Ter, Joe (ianglofT, Frank O-li-lo. Ted Fitzgerald, Rojtei Ku pcn. Mail) Mctiehejn and l.urrv Mar-hall. Second Hon David Meashcy. Gary Gdlin-. Sim Arnold. Boh Miiier. Jim llelt-hc. Joe Smichcrko. Wavnr Paul, t.ranl (iifford. John f.rah. Tom Peter-, Mark Oltinper and Bart Shafer.WOMEN’S VARSITY CLUB Judy O’FIyun pju es during her hectic wwifc a u varsity dull pledge. Women' Var-ity ( lull. composed of women with i lellei in .1 var ity «|mrt, help keep the aimpui well fed with their unmul chicken harhceur . Ftr i Row: Margaret Brown. Mary Jo l'.«terlinr. Sue l.elunan. Kilt n Reaver. Gloria Selina, l.ynne ItiggcrMall mid l.ynm- (iambic. Sr-t oul Rou- Karon Grantham, Sandy Koppmltaver. Mice Mi.wry, Marvann Kii on, Mr". Kathryn Hill, Catlli Paul, Karen Clark. Judy Simmons anil Sherry Cypher . Volley ball enthusiast enjoy Coed Night |K n«ored by the Intramural Committee. INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE The Intramural Committer i" responsible lor providing athletic activities lor all »tudcnt« through intramural competition. First Row: Charlene Morgan. Rirh.ua piehrlla, (tarry Suvihjii, Mary Jo K-terline. Iiiatte Knnmerer. Mr . Kathryn Hill and Margaret Brown, See-oral Ron Court Alihott, I’. l. Dmm yk. Jack Blosser. Toby Walton, George Kmikle. Boh Comly. John Sprenkle. l oin K- rr. Bed Stoner, Bill Yoder and l)r. Raymond Ruiikle. Mr. Karl Moyer Choir director. The Madrigal Singer . with Mr ll.imld Sbaar directing. prepare (nr their mmcii n cloved ircuii tclcvivion. CHOIR h'ir.M Rotr; Sattdr.i Thirrweeliter, Dawn Fiihniun, Nanny Beard, Brenda Mrnl er, IVggi Born . Joy Davi . Virginia Schulz, Patricia Weaver. Jr«an (.lark. Diane Durlmmw, ( arimii Eiclierly, I'liylli Stump, Cynthia Enmninger. Darlene llalm, Connie Hershmon, Cora Sue Hedge . Linda Bach-•nan. Sally iin Smith, Su .mne l.ohr and S.imly Zerliy Second Nou Carol Graham !.! . Linda Kime. ( ami R,„|d.i. Carol Hireherl, Donna Kinerick, (indy Wilhelm. Jac«|Ueline Olin, Slumn Ben ingcr. Sue Swart ley. Mary Jo E terline, Itrenda Sellevk, Kathryn Bearer, (.ail Wood . Marion Kmu e, Linda Hair. I.ueinda Zn.irt. Junet (dims, ( hri- Haekiuan, Jayne Ni key and Marg Kainmerer Third Huh ; Mr karl Moyer, udviirr; Maigi liellyer. Marcia Snyder. Philip Witinan, Harry Kellemian. Dave laiughery, Carl Nelson. Steve l.indenlierg. Erl Althmi-r, Ralph Lewi . Jamr- Noll, Larry Koeeker. Wilnier Martin, Michael Hank. Das id Charles, Ken MncCoid. Joe Chuck, Stew Wright. Mike Hall. Jerry MrKonly, Janie Madgery, Jan IVaree. nn Ri rtiiller, Karen Shellenliamer and Karen Kraft. Fourth Rou Roger Fhrrly, Ben Fornwall. Larry Snyder. Leonard Nicksd, John Furry. Darrel Forsythe. Eric McClellan, Jen- Mu er. nthony Frit . Jik Hartley, 11,,|» Sltock. Jn I'urdin. Dari I ingle, Man Lysinger. John Shaw. Kerry Krnder. Dave Binkhey. Mike Eisenbergcr. Jell Herr. Dim Bollinger. John Roth. Cordon Mayfield. Jell Kessler and Erie Garrett. hoir oloi t Jeanne I’otterger, Nancy Beard, and David I.ingle rehear e with pianist Cindy Fn-ininger. Tho»e last moments Indore the concert.VARSITY CHEERLEADERS l utlv m|» n(iblv (or the inriHKtl -chool •spirit. Ilt« cheerleader. lf.nl llir crowd at all loolliall and ha»k.etball game. and | cp radio. Fit it Kou-: Maryann KilM.n. Slrvr Uoyd and Indy Ricker Second Note: Diunr A Urn. Carol Cottrell, Clirryl Mcl.ain and Jam- Schuler. Third Unit : Yonnlf Witmrr. Sue I’rcndrigaM and Gloria Seliga. COLOR GUARD Thr color guard earrie. llir flag a they precede the hand and provide precision r loot hall lullliiiie entertainment. . • » tv Kifihi: Barbara Straub, Marilynn MeRnde. Iruti .Marge Tooniey. Dina Giovinutu, Donna Aou r, Janet Appar. Diane |’yn»w»ki n‘ J McConnell. Ml' lilt "I '! : MAJORETTES Marrhiog More the band, the majorette, add that vital -park of enlhu-U-m during halftime at fiMitb.ill games .«■ to Kiftht: Hunky Ranter. Jane Sheet . Miriam K-hlrnuin. Harbara llohen warier. Carol NYarhain. I’at Snodgra «, Marian Rerberian and Jeanne Me» er. JUNIOR VARSITY cheerleaders Cheering for jayvee ha-kethall and adding needed spirit are the junior vjr iD cheerleader-. Toy to Holton, | ,m riK.inp-n, Sally,inn IVier,. I.indu Riddell. Anne Wrlhcrhohl, Karen Gerhart, (jf„| Hath and Cheryl Writer. 135Mr. Paul FUhrr nuk - jii itti|« riant point durian -j praclkr Motion. MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS I lie Milleisvillr Stall College hand, lindei tin direr-lion of Mi. Paul Fisher. consist of 80 student musicians. During I hr mIiooI vi'iir. tin college hand gives three campus concert- "America's Heritage” wu tin theme of i!u first concert. A significant feature of the second concert was Gail KothwcIPs, Miss Pennsylvania of 1067. soprano solo. A (lute feature highlighted the third concert. In addition to presenting the concerts, the hand played for football games and President Christie' inauguration. Tilt- |M-|t liaml .ulth «|iirll .mil i|t In .ill lilt- 11111111- lia k' tlr.ill fc.iim Willi lie •u|i|Hnt of (lie |N'|i luinil, die ehrerli-acicr greet I he li.i»h ei l .i 11 leant • they run llirough tin- traditional lihnk ami guilt 111 ii 1111 136Mcmli. r- of iIn- • ampin miiiir.il orKiiNi .ilioin celebrate » limi place victor) (or I lie it Itohieconiinp flout. i Mm'li ■ ii • uti.iiion .uni Iniril work took place Im'IiiiiiI tin- uccnc of .ill tlie concert . Many iclir.ii .ih wen rcqinn il fm tlm concert lnmd's presentation "I "Aim in a'- Heritage." I In- "Irinn eii.i nilile i« 11 feature of tin- iim-i. department. STUDENT COUNCIL SI I l)E '| COI N( II OFFICERS Srnirti Joan Contlol», recording scrrrlar), and Have K«»iu, [iresident, Standing: Min Mnwry, treasurer; Shirley Hunti-h, lire president and Sue IVenderitaM, corresponding secretary. 11111■■ 111 Cmnuil i‘ r(«|Kin ibl(' lot go vein in Ilu 'Indent IhmI and |»oii»iirinj{ lln- I-ti.im entertainment on rani| u«. First How: Toni I loin, K.itliy Vncin. liarltara Minikin. Sally Ihdln-ld, Cloria Sclijw, Sue I’rrndrri'u-i, I hilly Kem. Patti Smidgin. anil Alice Mowry Second Wore: Null W'ethcrhold. Clictcr M.irdtull. Judy Brown, Rob Kcigli, Harry Kerr, Zji Amalucil, (den Kcdray. Ih n Kehiick. Barbara llrend'iien, Joun Coniloi . Shirley liariitoh and Dave F«‘ig. Un)uM de« ert (or council woman Slilrlry liarniali. Roll Neigh offer a Miggotion.SPORTSFormer Marauder scoring ace John Parker and Coach Dick DeHart congratulate Roger Raspen after game in which he broke last of Parker’s records. Bill Wood, later sidelined for season due to injury, scores on layup. Roger Raspen scores two of many points for Marauders during sea- son.Tliit year under first year coach l Woolley, the soccer team ended its season with a record of three wins. five losses and one lie. After tying their first game of the season with Lincoln University, the hooters lost their next three games to Last Stroudsburg, Elizabethtown and Shippcnshurg. Despite this dismal start in the season, the team was able to bounce hack with three consecutive wins against Morgan Stale. Philadelphia Textile and Messiah College. ith several veteran players, last year’s freshman soccer sipiad helped to improve this sear’s record. I nfortunatels. however, the team lost its last two games against Lock Haven and Howard I niversily to close the year w ith a losing season. Booters under .500 Millersville SOCCER 1 IHSILTS Lincoln 1 Millersv ille 1 Last Stroudsburg 5 Millersville I Elizabethtown 7 | illrrsvillc 0 Shippeiishu rg 2 Millersv ille 9 Morgan 2 Millersv ille I Philadelphia Textile 0 Milll'isv ille 7 Messiah 0 Millersville i Lock Haven 1 Millersville i Howard 3 Hooters pursue lull during a practice game. Scrimmage- proiidc good rt| rfirnc - for the train. f,r,t Row: T..m Slilchl»crry. Hurry l)u,in. t.lenn G.iulm.m. Mike fulcr, John Miller. IU.I. Hri-erman. t .irroll Shearer. Pele Dume .yk. Dave Grace anil Jack Schnader. Second Ron Demo McDonald, munaztr: la-on Rhoads, Dan Shdlenkerger. Jim Arnold. Mike Gone . John Stoudt. Mike McCoy. Ron Tir|»uk. Mike I than. Ken Moyer and Al Woolley, roach. 139‘,:W h M Hou: Robert Haikvr, D.ivi.J WamMcy. Frank C.ralmsky. Kalpli Derkur«l. Frrd l.alkus Richard Coffin. Ronald Porter. Kdward PuchaUki. Richard llihvhimin, llrian Miller. Janie DiCfceo. William Vogel. Sam IVlrw..k ami Jmwph Dalla . Srramt Hou Roger Ikiurr. Gary G.llin ! I Iii.mu» I • nnvp.n kcr. Rolx ri G»ung. John Johnson, Jon-ph Smirhcrko. John Doyle. Gary Dummeliiingrr. John Guilfoylr, Jay Doherty, Km KijljkoM k«. John Waglcy anil RoU-rt McGonapliy. Third How: (Jror»r K.ilrhnirr, rtnnh; Thomas Rj|M'liin»ki. Sieve Man in. David Kocan, Rieliard O Donovan. Nick t.orbo. John I’irca, llvinir O'Hern. Ken Miller, I .irry Riirkluri. Kay Horn, Richard Undi and Rodney Binison, trainer, houfth Hou Roliert Shank, (lari Kane, roach; Mike Gerfin. ar.uuaut roach; Jerry Foil . John Meehan, Frank Ante . John Schaeffer. William Down . John I.ole , loin Makalu«ky. Jan Ikovnuin. Rieliard (deary, Nlarlv Moore, Ray Ka |ier and Gene Groff, toarh. Tilth Hou: Terry Kline. Richard Cloecklrr. Dave Koch. Ray Rowe and Wayne Paul. Marauders Win 4, Lose 5 . . . The Marauders played some of the best football in col lege history, lull their 1-5 record is hardly proof of this fact. The two Im i team in state college football claimed victories ovei the Marauders w hile I wo other games were lost by a total of four points. In the home opener. Millersv ille hosted Clarion, the western division champs who wen; ranked number three small college in the nation b the IA. Both teams hat lied even h during the first half with the score IT-13 at intermission. During the second half, the pinpoint passing of Jim Alcorn produced three Clarion touchdowns with the final score being 31 13. The following Week the team traveled to Glassboro where they gained their first victory. 7-0. Ron Porter's 12-yard inn accounted for the only seoro of the game. A fine team effort highlighted a rainsoaked 26-0 victory over Kul lown. S|iecdster Porter broke away for runs of 61 and 15 yard . Quarterback Cary Collins hit the scoring column with a one-yard plunge. He later teamed with end loin Rapchinski on a 10-yard I'D pass. Next tiie Marauders hosted powerful West Chester. super effort by the Millersville defensive team kept the game close. Rut the Rams defensive team played just as well and completely stymied Millcrsville' offense. The Ranis eon d once in the second. third and fourth quarters to post .i 21 6 verdict. MO FOOTBALL RES! I I’S Millcrsville 13 Clarion 34 Millersv ilh Clusshoro 0 Millcrsville 26 Kul lovv II 0 Millcrsville (, West Chester 21 lil|er v ille 6 Mansfield 22 Millcrsville ID Rloomshurg 20 Millcrsville 21 Hast Stroudsburg 13 Millcrsville 11 Cbevney 17 Millcrsville 22 ('ill 1 V 0 Dick Hili lmui» »plit» the upright lu make il 7-0 again»l KiiUIowii. . . . but score big wins. The effects of the West Cluster defeat had not yet worn off as a shoddy performance at Mansfield proved. The Mount ies ran at will over the Marauder defense and the offend was bottled up l the Mansfield defense as MSC lost. 22-6. and the record now stood at two wins and three losses. The team journeyed to Bloom burg in an attempt to pel back on the win track. Hut the Huskies had ideas of their own and walked off at half time with a 20-6 lead. The Marauders vainly battled back in the second half to make the score. 20-IV. Millersville had a scoring threat cut off in the last quarter when it received n pcnnltv which pul the team out of range. Against Hast Stroudsburg, the Marauders were four- touchdown underdogs. The team did not act like underdogs in upsetting the Warriors 21-I k The MSC defensive team played a fine game blocking u punt and recovering two fumbles which set up the Marauder scores. After the impressive victory over East Stroudsburg, the Marauders travelled to Clieynev to play the Wolves. The Wolves proved to he poor hosts by beating Millersville. 17-11. on two long passes and a last period field goal. In the final game of the season. Millersville journeyed In Curry. Mass., for the first meeting la-tween these two teams. The Marauders placed one of their better games as they white washed the hosts. 22-0. This final game brought the Marauders record to four w ins and five losses. Ron Porter turn on tin- for a bin gainer atirr .i fine hi... k l Dick O'lXmovan. Ron Porter bring down hard running Rani lull-bark, Iterl Nyc. after a -bort gain. V “I h «ii-r! Tram charjii-- on « » field lor p.mir with Itann Kay Howi- (61 • clrtfco in lor ilw kill again ! VV l (Im-Ii-i- lli rli Landio. (.ary Collin- i» liapprd hy hard charging V«t i Cln-tri di lrtiM'. Spcrdulrr Hon I’oitn '21 • pull away Ifom KuUiown •Irfmdrr. If: 142 K.iin -oakrd Ian rhrcr on Marau«l -rv II i: i, t Frosh win 3, lose 4. The l ul ) Marauders Marled out tin- season on a very sour note l taking a 62-0 thumping at the hands of Montgomery Junior College. The freshmen did iK l let thiii game discourage them a they rame back the next week to l eat Kulztown 12-7. hi", tough Btillis Prep team provided the opposition in the next encounter. The Frosh played a great game, hut fell hy a 23 12 score. Next, the Marauders hosted an old rival. Stevens I rude School. The Frosh huilt up a lead hut could not hold on as Stevens rallied to win 22-20. Ship| cns-Imrg was manhandled hy the Frosh 11-6. a lhe put on their biggest offensive show of the year. I akcmonl. comjucrer of Montgomery Junior College. travelled to Millersville and were shocked hy the Frosh 21-13 in a well-played game. In the final game, the baby Marauders lost a heart breaker to West Chester 7-0. The freshmen ended their season with 3 wins and I defeats. .'W l'oni Kr»haw pick up yardage against Steven Trade. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RES! LIS Millersville 0 Montgomery 62 Millersville 12 Kulztown 7 •1 III 1 •' l • I i llff i||,‘ 12 Ihillis Prep 23 • Ills 1 • 11 | illersville 2(» Stevens Trade 22 Millersville . II SliipiK nshurg 6 Millets ille 21 If ’ L.ikemont 13 Millersville 0 West Chester • Fi o How: illi.im l|jr|M-r. J lm Mmczka. Jack Dougherty. Jerrv Miiimi. Joe Arena. Dcnni Xilin»ki. Ken Kril cr. John Kmuse, Joe l.rlin-ki. Ion Kr-h.iw, .in Sieel, .nuurl I’inkj and illi.nu rilxr Set oral Hou Kd llauck. Neve (.oiniliert. John ISori«. fti hard Jacoiiangelj. (.irl Schneider. Hay F..—ett. Jim Forr. Ken Silarik. Jo-cph Mroczka. I’.il Fi«her. Frank V vak. Sid Zuekrnbrrg and Carson Dove. Thin Hou : Mike Itcejrte. Frank Jury. Dennis Moro . Hon Shenk. Edward Gillette. Mike Itaurer. Joe Cherei. Marshall Peterson. Terry Pav|wek. Dave Vanguildrr. Kick Hlirharanr. Drrvin Slraul and Paul Iturdeiie. Fourth Hou : Mike Crrfm. assistant roarh: I .irl Kane, coach: Ceorge Charlco. Frank Ia w-ley. Jere Anlonelli. Hill Stratford. Brian Dorherty, Jed (dano. Chcttrr Marshall. Ray Fowcll. Dave Ernerir and Drew Manzr.f'ir.il How: l,ynm Maiy J» Kslerlinr. Dixie Parker. Sandy K"p|«nliavrr. Kami (irantli.nn and Slurry Cyphers. Snoiui How hath livn Hamilton. Judv O'Hyiin, Dawn Muo-elman, Sylvia Mlhnu»e, Mary Ann W«ult Slephani- Vidlmer, Faith Whin-head and Maun- brown, Third How: Mr-. lone Dorwarl. conrli; Kalliy Ki lly, Carolyn Keinpner. Sandy Kramer. Phyli leery, Suoe llrewer. Mania Mummerl. Ilarli Smoker, llteiida Sefdejp-I. Diam Mien. Mary nn Ituiier . Eileen Hoag and l.ynn (.amide. Tile Miiinudt-retlcs wailed (ill |lie end of tin- season lr win llieir first game. On Homecoming Day, the women posted a 3-0 victory over Messiah College with Sue l.elnnan scoring two goals and Sherry Cyphers scoring one. The coeds opened llieir seasort against l.ehanon Valley with a 2-1 defeat followed l a I -1 Ii with Dickinson. 'I lays omen then suffer red fom straight lows to I lizahethtown. Muhlenberg, Sliippcnsbiirg and Ccllysburg In-fore their victory over Messiah. Tier- coeds finislierl the season with a record of I-5 I. 1-5-1 Log for Coeds. KKSl I.IS Millenv ill - 1 l.ehanon Valley 2 Millersville 1 1 ii kin-on 1 Millersville 1 I'.li .ahethtow n 1 3 Millersville 1 Muhlenberg Millersville 2 Shippcnsburg 3 Millersville 2 Ccllysburg It MUIcravillft 3 Messiah 0 Dawn Mu H-lman moves in t help Karen Grantham Working lire way mil ..f a light spot. rn-cuptain Sandy Ko|i| nliavcr employ our maneuver her opponent. a 'ck. After last year’s season of five wins, five losses, ami one lie. tile harriers' season this year ean truly he ileseiiheil as rlismal. I he season closed with a record ol no win and nine losses. Somehow the learn could not quite make the grade. Several of the meets were very close ami lost h le-v than five |mints. Defeats dealt Millersvillc at the hand of Cheyney Slate ami Hlooinshurg Slate were, 255-29. ami 27-255. respectively. Although not officially entered in tin- (lonfcrenee Championship . Millersville placed fifth heliiml West Cln-ster. I.oek Haven, Cheyney and Itlooinshurg. (loach 11 I Inline and the harrier only hojrr that tin 1967 season will prove to he more success ful than the I960 season. Ilnrrii i- irv i.. do their l» -i in ....... with Cheyney Stale. Harriers t tr. i How: Hill Hewer . Sieve Kr . Jay June S|i.iltrr. Ken llo' le and I’.ml Hhond-. Millersville Millersville Millersville Millcrsx ille Millersv ille Millersville Millersville Millersville Millersville 15 Chcy ney 255 W est Chester 15 Hlooinshurg 27 l ow son 15 Susquehanna 25 Bloom-dung 21 Lock Haven 16 Mli ahelhtow n 16 I low aril 16 OKOSS COl TRV RESI LIS 29 50 255 19 50 51 10 16 .llld Joe (hlllfd'dt SfronJ Hon - il lluliue. roac r. Ktain l.aiil , Tula MS Front Row: K.uh Brown. Felicity F.llrrhulT. Brenda Schli'Rrl. -Sue lalunan. I.ik Booth. 1-ochnun. «• aptain; K.irm Crantlmm. and Mo . M„«r , Back Rote: Br ti) Smith. Judy ( -ud.iiiM.in-. Kilty Duinlwli. Beth Stcigcrwall, Hath Antrim. r»l Kulp. Kathy SrhwrM. I.inda him--. Ilollt Kent. Ellen Beaver, cocii nain; Mr . Marjorie froul. coach; arol Jenkins, and Jenin Barlow. Coeds finish 6-6. Improving over last yfar’s record .if one tv in ami ix losses, the |9M»-67 women's basketball team, co-captnined hy Linda Loch man and Kllen Beaver, completed their season with six wins and si losses. After opening vieloiie against Glieynfy and l.eh«non Valley, the cued continued their winning streak by (romping Susquehanna ( 7-2 . In--fore their first losse of the season to Shippcnshurg and traditional rival. Kliznliclhtown. The women eatnc back to whip Albright ami Mulilenlterp before losing their next two game hv elose scores to (let tyshurg and Klizabcthtown. Kliznltcthlown ckerl out a II I" decision as Liz Booth and Barb Antrim led the scoring with 13 points each, and Kllen Beaver pulled down 13 rebounds. A win ovei Messiah and two losses to ToWsoti and lank Haven closed the season for the cords. Mrs. Marjorie Trout coached the team foi the second straight year. U ni, Antrim dribble away (ruin Eliralx-ihlown defender. Sue belnnun iniivc in for jump h4||. WOMKVS BASKKIBALL BI-LSI LTS Millersville 33 Chcyney 12 Millersville II Lebanon Valley 35 Miller ill ( 7 Susquehanna 2(. Millerttville 27 Shippensburg 37 Millersville 13 Lliz.ibelblow n 59 1" A Ibr it'll! B vniiersviiu tiro . 51 Muhlenberg 1" 1 IIKl-V 111' Miller«ville 35 Gettysburg 39 Millersville 1" Llizabetbtowii II Millersville 13 Messiah 32 a • 11 'll.. 34 Tow son II Miller«v die Millersville 37 Lock Haven 50  n KSm BASKKTRAI.L HI LSI LI'S Millersville 53 Howard U. 60 Millersv ille 152 Mansfield 01 Millersville 116 Shippensburg 1(H) Miller.-v ille % knl low n 70 Millersville 121 llloomshurg 107 Millersville 120 West Chester 555 Millersville 08 Lock Haven 67 Millersville 07 IHoomshurg 01 Millersville III Messiah 74 Millersville 4 1 ('.heyncy 98 Millersville 02 Philadelphia Textile 103 Millersv ille 90 Kli alrelhtovv n 86 Millersv ille 118 Southeastern I . 81 Millersville 1 13 Lycoming 121 Millersville 03 Last Stroudshurg 75 Millersville 112 Mansfield 70 Millersville 11 1 Shippciishurg 06 Millersville 137 knt lown 87 Millersv ille 106 esl Chester 70 Millersville 66 Che iicv 81 Millersville 1 ID Last Stroudshurg 101 Millersville III Llixahethtovvn loo Mill, rsville 00 Roberts Wesleyan 06 Millersv ille 77 Roberts Wesleyan 71 Millersville Chadron 83 l lirr. MSI mijvf , Ivngcr Ra |wn, Hill Wood .mil Kl.lllk CMUIo l.ik« n lxilliiil Jllrlll| l j- (loach Dirk DeHart looks am. Capers shine. This year was a truly great one fur Millersville's basketball team under the leadership « l Coach Dick DeHart. Their overall record for the reason was 21-6, the moat victories ever scored by any Millersville cage team. Highlight of the season was the victory over Lycoming. That night three Marauder cage marks fell. Huger Has|»cu, center, scored 20 points to take over ISC» point derhy with 1.770. John Darker, who previously held the record with 1,762 points was there to watch IIaspen and to con gnitulatc him. The Marauders, the highest -coring basket-hall team in Pennsylvania, also broke their own college mark for the most points in one game. 113, and the most points in one half of a game. 7 I. from Kmc Joe Schneider. John Under, Hiulil lleim. Hill W J. Jim llcltshe, Mel Allrn, John Drab, niiinu irr .mil nnrrA Dick Dell.ut Second Aon .lean Slit el. Hill Si.diln Hum Kerr, Drum Hl.ikc, Frank Odido. Roger Ka»| cn. Jerry O'Hara. Huh Moran, mnnugrr . Hill C.ihson, Irishman coat:h Hoy Mullin.For the second year in a row. Millersville’s Marauders won the I District 19 championship by defeating Bob-cits Wesleyan of North Chili. . V.. twice. The double victor) made the Marauders eligible for the YAIA Kansas City tournament. At the tourney. Ylillcrsyillc bowed in its opening game to ('.hadron State of Nebraska. MU-66. Millersville was weakened by the loss of one of its starters. Bill Wood, because of a knee injury suffered (hiring an earlier game. At the end of the season. Raspen. who raised his three-year career total to 1,839 made more basketball history by being awarded honorable mention on the Associated Press Little All-America team. Next year there will he room on the team for several new varsitv player?.. The Marauders may well have a difficult year ahead with the loss of Captain Frank Oslislo. Bill Wood. Roger Raspen. Budd Heim and Jim Hcltshe. The Marauder team endeared itself in the hearts of tu-dents. fans and faculty over the past two years a it averaged slightly over 100 points a game, winning 10 and losing 13 in that period. This year they were the highest scoring team in Pennsylvania and the fifth highest in the country. Raspen broke all known MSC scoring records and lie had able support from his teammates. A Lancaster papet called Captain Oslislo "one of Millers ilie’s greats." He wound up his career as third highest scorer in history, behind Raspen and Parker. Heim was an excellent shot and a good rehnuuder. specializing in tipping in missed attempts. four-veai regular. Ilejm averaged 13 points per game. Wood averaged T2 points per game and w as the team’s finest rebounder as lie consistently out leaped much taller foes. His late season injury jarred Marauder playoff hopes. Schneider, the only junior on the starling five, averaged 16 points per game and should become a 1.000 point career man next year, lie made over 150 steals of enemy passes this year and often triggered the Marauders' devastating fast break. Reserves Glenn Stit .el. Bill Stabler. Denny Blake and Hcltshe provided great bench strength for the team and aided in many important victories. (! 11 i.111) Frank O-lislo move- in to -cure lor MSC. (’.In-yncy Stale's Turn Wiidiinglon --leal? hall from (ilenn Stil el. 148Their I wo-year log •‘hows two straight District 19. VIA titles, two trips to Kansas Cite, and two second place finishes in the Kastern Division of the State College Conference lie-hind champion Chevncy. It may well he possible that this was the finest basket-hall learn to represent the college. Their records may in years to come he the legends that are retold hy alumni who were fortunate enough to see them play. Layup l Kill Wood i» good .i» Frank Mish await- lurlh -i action. Kudd Ih-ini pui »r to Koj;rl Ka-| cn who i« harked up hy Joe Schneider. 149Ted FiUtiviuld head (m I (if lininli line. SWIMMING m:si I.TS Millersv ille .'5.5 Mow aid 69 Millersville for Feil to Philadelphia Textile Millersville 10 Flizahethlow n 55 Millcrsv ille 6:5 Cheyney 32 Millersv ille 33 Bloomsburg 62 Millersville 62 Che v »e v 32 Millersville 21 Lycoming 69 Millersville 55 Wilkes 39 Millersville 27 Lock Haven 615 Millersville 69 Morgan 21 Millersville 51 St. Joseph II The MSG swimming team was plagued with had luck this year. Mthough tin- mermen had many returning swimmers this season, their record of five wins and seven losses indicates that they had trouble with their competition. Their first win of the season over Philadelphia Textile had to he forfeited because of the ineligihlitv of diver Torn Mussel-man. Two d the most outstanding meets were the two wins the mermen scored over Cheyney Slate, heating them both limes by 30 points or more. With January graduation, the mermen lost one of their most valuable swimmers. Hob Pulchcr. Bob’s consistent ability to tally up points for MSG was greatly missed during the remainder of the season. The mermen refused to close the season on a gloomy note. Sparked by the outstanding swimming of seniors Ted Fitzgerald and Mark Otlinger, the team rallied to win their last two meets with Morgan State and St. Joseph’s College. The Morgan meet proved to he tile mermen’s most success-fid. since they accumulated their highest score of 69 and also beat theii opponent In the wiliest margin. .'55 points. To finish off the season, swimming team captain Ted Fitzgerald (or the second year in a row captured the 200-yard backstroke title at the State Championships. First Now: Dave Mrashcv. Bolt l.iildrll, Don Pulmquist. Dennis McDonald. K.ind Carper. John Blum. l on Cajccki. Grant CifTord and Jan S.il . niuniifter, Second Nou Muon Zuiiun.kv. Bob Mulrr. Boh Pulchrr, Krn hiilakowsky. Mike fo il . I'.-d Fil «rrald. Mark Ollinpi. John Apple. coacJi; and Jot) Geliinan. assistant natch. The r-isn "ii I hr ls».ird »a » ‘Sink Cheyney. they did. 150Mermen finish strong. dor (ini«li lor MSC Tom Mu«wlman rxccuio a liw. 151Pint Hotc: Fml Fi»her, Kim Tirpjk. Tom Mi'Krrmjn, Tom IVnnypackrr, Dm Eplrr .mil Dick I.ox. Second Hou Rick Willorf, Mike Grove . Joe Rom«n ki. Bill Wilor. Dick llilxhnun. George Stuart, Cori Abbott, Jerry Foil anil Hod Bim-on. roach. Bad year for matmen. Tin- future of I hr 1966-1967 Marauder wrestlers looked hright as seven Icttermcn returned to compete in a II-matcli wileduIc. At the end of their long season, however, the Millersvillc grapplers posterl a disappointing record of three wins and II losses. The wrestlers opened their season hy defeating a lough Howard I niversity squad. 19-1.6. After two looses to Lincoln and kulztown. the Marauder- came hack to whip Philadelphia College of the llihle. evening llteit record to two wins and two losses. Of the remaining III matches, MMIersville’s only win was a 16-0 whitewashing of the Cheyncy Wolves. S!iip|»ens- hurg jolted the Marauders' hopes to end the season with a win a- the Haiders won even though Joe Roinanski, Dave Werner. Charley Peck and Jerry Foltz gained decisions for the Marauders. With the loss of three lettermen. Kill Vogel. Denny Fisher, and Charley Peck, who only wrestled the Inst two matches, tin- Marauders were unable to record any more than three wins. 11 rider the guidance of second year coach. Rod Kinison and the matmenV hustling captain. Tom Mckeeman, the Marauders are in for a better season next year, with the addition of some fine freshman prospects. Jerry Foltz wore a point in 4 Brook Hall inatcli.Captain 'IVm McKceniati l pin his uun. clion Login with Millcrsville junior Fre l FUlirr us Itoltnin man. Kxcitemcnt mount u» •peetator view near-pin. I RKSTI.ING RESl ITS Millcrsvillc 19 1 Iowa id 16 Millcrsvillc MS 1 .incoln 19 Millersvillc 11 Kut .Io" n 28 Millcrsvillc 21 Philadelphia College of Bible 13 Millcrsvillc 5 Clarion 37 Millcrsvillc 3 Klizabethlown 30 Millcrsvillc 3 West Chester 12 Millcrsvillc 5 Bloomsburp 36 Millcrsvillc 16 Chvynev 0 Millcrsvillc 0 Hast Stroudsburg 17 Millcrsvillc 6 Mansfield 33 Millcrsvillc 5 Wilkes 32 Millcrsvillc 12 Shippenshurg 39 Millcrsvillc __ 3 Appalachian 30 (■rorgc Lake ilri -« opiionenl t tin- mat.First Row: Frank ,r.il.u»k. . Ray ||. rn. Jerry Foil . Frank Mlu. Harrv Diidcrk. I-»rr Cmle. Barry Mm . ! «• Schneider and Karl Keck. Second Row: Cent W i.. . coach: Dick O'Donovan. Mel Mint. Mike II,-... Roll Marker, Dan IWmiis. Mike Hickey, Kent Kynicr. Kra tamper, Ron Porter anti Mike Ijlioda. Third Row: Rod Me.singer, Jay Henry, Glenn Slit el. Bill Down . Don HunOinger. Ed HrrUler. Rick Poole, Fred 11 il»le» anil Ko) rr K.i»|m-ii. Diamondmen miss title. The Marauders coached by Cene W in battled to the eleventh hour for the conference championship only to he upset h kill .town in the final game. The 11-5 record mjis one of the best in Millersville baseball history. Opening tin- season with two non-league victories over Howard and Lincoln, tin- team in the final innings continued their winning streak with an exciting double victory against Last Stroudsburg. This momentum carried the Marauders to a win over their arch-rival West Chester. Susquehanna halted their five-game winnins streak, hut the players surged hack to win live more. Needing only one victory for the conference title, the Marauders faced two games in two days with the K-towu Bears. The plavers lost the first at Kulztown and then, lost again at home in the thirteenth inning. strong pitching trio of seniors Jim l’hilli| s. Don Fortna. anil Tom Marino led the I'M Marauders. Senior Dick St || was the leading hitler, followed by sophomore Glenn Stilzel. Other returning letlermen were Ben Cooper. Dick O'Donovan and Harry Dude k who provi lcd depth for this successful season. Glenn Stiud wait for the ball f«»r j putoul at second. I960 BASKBALL KKSl ITS Millersvillc 15 Howard 6 Millersvillc 12 Lincoln 1 Millersvillc 5 Fast Stroudsburg 1 Miller ill 1 Fast Stroudsburg 0 |illersv ilie VCest Chester 2 Millersv ille (. Susquehanna H Millersvillc 5 Susquehanna 6 Millersv ille .V Mansfield 0 Millersv ille 6 Mansfield 1 Millersvillc :i |.o 'k 1 lav i ii _ 0 M illersv ill 10 laM'k Haven 2 Millersv ille 9 Delaw are 0 Millersvillc : Lli alwthlovv n r. Millersv ille 2 kutztov II 9 Millersv ille 1 kutzlown II Millersvillc 8 West Chester it Taryjcd «ut at Ironic l. Fred Hilili-.Duve Stinupf |ikm Id third for un nul. Coach Wiw corf' during j practice - i n. Mike IU-» i welcomed lioinr In Ijuicll Wist . Dim Korina lunge ig retire the runner at fir t. MM Fint How: Newton kershner. Jack Jjooh . Hoi Marly Jacob and John Farmer. Big year for netters. Millersvi lie's ncltcrs compiled one of llie fines! squud records for the 1966 season. I nder the guidance of second year eoacli John Apple, the netters finished the season with I I wins ami I wo losses. After five straight wine, the first loss dealt to the Mil-Icrsville team came at the hands of Ship|wnshurg. 7-2. One win later tin- team suffered its second loss, this lime an Jt-1 defeat h Kast Stroudsburg, I’he team finished the season with five more consecutive wins to end the schedule with an impressive 11-2 record. Ace nelter Newton Kershner ended the l'K»6 season umlefeated. Shini|t and Jim llarni-li. Second Hou: John Apple, cout h. Dave (an ti. I‘H»6 TKWIS KK.SH.TS Millersville 5 1 loward 2 Millersville ) 1 ancoln 0 Millersville 6 1 owsoll 3 Millersville 7 West Chester 2 Millersville 6 Itloomshurg 2 Millcrsv ille 2 Shippenshurg 7 Millersville 9 lawk Haven 0 Millersville 1 Kast Stroudsburg 8 Millersv ille 6 Kut town 3 Millersville 8 Towson 1 Millcrsv ille 6 Susquehanna 3 Millersville HlizalK'thtown 2 Millersville 9 kllt .loWII 0 ll.ni Wiliuun re.idio Id- forearm .1-a li .mmi.il'- looks on. I)a e Smith prepare-i return j drive during practice. Aior Row: Marge Bnnvn, Linda Calliors, Honda ltr.im.in. Sandy Mow's Cheryl McC.ljdr, IMiliii- Miller and Sharon Tulliv Second Row: Mr-. Kjlherinr Hill, coach: Cheryl Fisher. ( .iil Cleveland, Klainr Crvga. Nancy Marvel, Kulhv Will. Pam Ehy, Cindy Ritchey and halliy Toth. Coed netters unbeaten. The 1966 women's tennis team registered an undefeated season as il scored five straight victories. Freshman Gail Cleveland, a welcome addition to the team this year, tvus also undefeated. The Dickinson match proved to he the highlight of the season. The coeds won the match. 1-3. the first victory over Dickinson in five years. A six-match season had heen planned, hut the Muhlenberg match was rained out and could not he rescheduled. Outlook for the 1967 season is bright, with the loss of only two women from the undefeated team. .Sin- Dudley irunpleio .1 -ma-li over the net. __ 1966 WOMKYS TENNIS RESULTS Millersville 5 Shippensburs 2 Millersville « r 1 Shippensburg 3 Millersville 5 Klizahethtown 2 Millersville 1 Dickinson 3 Millersville 6 Klizahethtown 1 I ndi-( Mt«-d Coil (ili'vrl.md display ■ Iter lun-khantl skill. 157MjHiulrr Kill Wood i lojr the har in hiith juni| . IU.I. Murphy lead. I lie park in u du h. After ;i slow start. Millersville’- 1966 track squad mdcd its season with five wins in 10 meets. During the season Jay Doherty set a new school record in the pole vault by vaulting 12'3". At the Penn Hdavs Track and Field Meet. Kill Bowers. Jay Jones, lion Sc I w ood and Boh Murphy represented MSC in Ih« Stale Conference Mile Relay. I lie 1966 Millersville track squad also went to the PSCAC meet. They placed fifth in both the intermediate hurdle- and the 110 relay. This earned the cindermen thirteenth place in the PSCA( meet. Coach Art llulme is looking forward to bettering last year’s record since all but one letterman i» returning from last year’s squad. Cindermen 5-5. TRACK BKSlLTS Millersville II1- Millersville KM) Millersville IB Millersville 68 Millersville 51.33 Millersville 73 Millersv ilie 73 Millersville 72 Millersville 73 Millersville 73 Howard 1001 f. Lincoln II Shippenshurg 97 Cheyney —. 77 Lock Haven 93.66 Hast Stroudsburg 55 Rloomslmrg 53 Ktll loW II 73 Susquehanna 16 Mansfield 61 Hr. l Ron Art llulmr, math: CIlitT Flli«. Kljm haul . Paul Itlmad . Ken Bojtle. Ijrn Smdcr. Johnny IIjkiiit. Jim I iCInJoe A|»mik and -‘irl Kane, roach. Second foie: Burry Wallers. Sievi Kshlrnun. John Sullivan. Tom Penny packer. Boh Murphy, Bill I apsainski. Jay June . Bill Bower , t.harlie Side and Tony Walton. Third Row: Don Hill. Frank Antes. Boh |jing; | Aeri. Hurry lumgfonl, Ken Kulukowsky, Don K.i-Buck. John Siniill, Ron Hosteller and Jim Walker.GOLF I he n« |f learn member are John Molotzuk. K»l»rri I•• •li-uiu-, Kuy. nioinl (I. Muliin. coach; Wilfred Sherk anil Kirhar.l Kerr. Do you remember . . . (till Worn! url» the la| in a jump-hall. Three .lever MSC men are un.luunte.l hy I he downpour at Kut U.wn iwme. A iMinfirr .parks enlhu«ia»m during the homecoming rally.INDEX Page Alpha Beta Alpha Mpha Phi Omega II l Alpha P i ( 111.-J.I I -1 ii Department W Association for Childhood Education International 115 Aviation Qub 131 Band 136 Haschall 154 Baskd all 117 Bassler Geographic Society 11 • Himth anil GM________ 125 ( nil. i hm Qub 1 3 ( hr.-ileader 135 Choir 134 Citamard . 120 (oloi (rtutrd 135 Council for Exceptional Children 115 Crow Country 145 Deans 12 Dedication 2 Delta Phi Eta ill Dolphin Cluh 150 Education and Psychology Department 15 I ngliah Qub 118 English Department 20 Football 140 Foreign Language Department 21 FmlmianClaN 77 Geography Department 22 ;..lf 155 Health and Physical Education Department I I Hockey 111 Industrial Arts Department 17 Industrial Arts Society 120 Intramural Committee 135 Intercollegiate Conference on Government 116 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 126 junior Class "I Library Science Department 16 Lutheran Student Association 126 Majorettes 135 Mathematics Department 24 Page 26 Men’s Day Student Association 113 132 126 117 19 127 Orthodox Christian Fellowship 128 III 123 11 112 128 Bndd Scientific SocictN 128 Science Department 25 122 139 117 23 74 136 138 Student Pennsylvania State Education Association 115 150 129 156 121 158 Inited Campus Christian Fellowship 127 132 Who’s Who 68 146 112 113 114 157 133 152 119 Young Republican Cluh 116 160FORRY and HACKER Printers of I lie “Snapper5 248 E. 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Stine, deatt of chool speaking on the codes end or of its of crytography. Both sy 8,000 5TI Millersville Must Travel Booming 401 Miles To Curry To Meets Plans On Again Inauguration Day At Mi MILLERSVILLE STATE College's on-again. i J College's on-again, ___________________________ gain closed circuit television plans for its basketb . ?amc with Cheyney State tonight are back on again. Date Still Uncertain School officials completed arrangements Friday w ------------------------------- i Silver Springs, Md., firm to set up the television. 1 ;ame will be shown on 11 television sets, not one lai ■creen set, in Lyte Auditorium, which has a seat. ___ _ Library Staff Plans Big Move 17- 4- k___ X •___ The Helen A. Ganser Library ed in tl 1 rat Question Registration at MSC The Helen A. Ganser Library ed in the basement. Electronic 110 students at study Nears Answer An issue which hos been smoldering lifRfi?. tlgring_up and then dying down fpjday is registration day for atory courses), gramma OSLISLO SCORES 28 SELECT QUE Millers Return MSC Infirmary Contracts Listed Wetinesda an infirn S.ate Coll. The con HARRISBUR GfAP) - The I General General State Authority PI a n k awarded $325,488 in contract $201.84$;.. Today for 108 Courses Mj||ersvj||e Wjns Seventh Straight 108 courses scheduled for late afternoon, evening and Saturday this semester at Millersville State College O f the 76 undergraduate courses. 12 have already been fllUd Kir nrokj-aaiMrailnn Thor,, composition, apeech classes), intermediate F German and Spanish, scut ing, senior life saving, safety inatruction, mech, drawing, analytic --------- 1 calculus. riiffA A Tc Cor The lirsvilli and MSC Should Be Even Better Than Last Year's 19-7 Team By LARRY GREYBILL Nnv Era Sportster iter Millersville State was one of the best teams in the State College Conference last year. ballplayers," coach Dick De- Opponents think Raspen is Hart says. "We try to run al- something else. The M sharp-though we're not especially shooter averaged 25 6 points fast. Our biggest advantage is and 18.7..— «■■■ ■—--------- — aggressiveness.’' last yt $25 A SEMESTER Millersville State kept rolling last night. list H MSC to Lower Tuition If State Gives Approval For I Miitrs1 ____M 33 New Members Graduate tuition and under- mended the gradur »— hi juIImh ■ . naio Miller.- action to brinl Dining Facilities By MSC Campus Rank Among Best In Lancaster Co. The Campus Club of Mii-AKnnt SB deans from the 13'sville State College held a husbands and wives will b let held oo Dean's Wife Displays Paintings in Gordinier College to Greet MSCC Parents Saturday This week Gordinier Hall has an added attraction, the art work of Mrs. Dale E. Strick. Thl« U the etehth mvIo «hnw works of students at the Institute. Throe years later, she began teaching children's art rl»w« By Ci Parents Day this Saturday will contain a wide range One °f thos w ° of activities to help the manv expected parents acquaint dternoon for Ihe s themselves with the college. " 'hristmas choir cent Parents of new students re- The college choir, directed by rsl wor on proj cclved Invitations this week In- Mr Karl E. Moyer, will sing ,me a performance c oillflo lliom .V" »IT.« V.M. • • •• ,. "« . - --1- •.lib vm can of men, »s «nd dph-ioth sympo- NewnessKeynotes xPert Talks on ESP Here " t parapsychology and ex-veloproems in the field Today, "• • A A - .1.!—Misery perception here to he I holding conferences with 5 V13 V 1x6 VOI U TIO M students, faculty and other in- I W ivv IWVVIVMVII Either Pratt predicts1 termed people on the Millers R‘7 MSC Profs Iradcrs rill Expansion for Future Includes Basic Reforms in Education that certain people actually have the power to predict what will happen in the future with startling accuracy. He also said STUDENTS BY 1980 g MSC Builds I 21st Century tfillersyille State College Frosh, 46-3 Ruffled by Swan Killing Two Floors of Library to Open Before Entire Building Is Done Miss Isabelle Huston, assistant librarian, told SNAPPER that the lower two-story section of Garner Library will be opened and used before the remain- as soon as the contractor has met all the standards, this part of the building will be accepted. Miss Huston said it is hoped that this section of the buiid- brary education classes now I in held in the Ed Psych Bui Work Starts On College Apartments Mile'Old Grads' Dr- Christie Installed urn for Homecoming As MSC’s 4th President ■ is begun on a Ian to establish tage-type apart-by Millersville idenls. oner, developer said the pro-js will be com- MSC Choir Ballet Performs - — - Boaters to Face To Smg Yule Tonight at MScCouncil Opens Ticket Sale 9-Game Schedule Concert at F "£r£2EFor Lettermen s Concert Thr 9»voice choir of Mil- present a full performarl of Tchaikovsky's "Nutcraci Tickets for the Lcttermen itrr.Uc State College will go Suite" today at 8 p.m in L;Concert t0 hcld Kriday —“ — - a sister school Sr- .a unnnm tf i m------------------------- — —---- vait-ng to_u st Hot key Win MSC Coach •or Millersville Writing Fourth A new coach will guide the Millersville soccer team through fcrence of the Pennsylvania fchedu,e H£ Assoetau- f Student Govern- —mill Kr- Mlkrsville's field --------------------- Fantasticks Open 2-Night Football Book Stand in Lyte Tomorrow Marauders W in AT F M. MILLERSVILLE _ StudentV ar on Poverty rs Feted MSC Sophomore Second ua Cluh ,n Area Beauty Pageant IIS I illl f I c Re.-ruilnw for the 1966-67 Stu- iuled Oct. 30. and the students W Xnnhnnuvr -Tnmr St.m.-nuuwn... jxoA I w.ch n»»c ...... War „ h», -vu — .w,iw Schneider MVP tetter will present “Europe ' xd -ifatfir rat ’ Choir Gives Ave™ge Starting Salary Is $4,848 fQr Millersville Joe Schneider “stole" the Mas:—VstiiahU Planar Aaarr poser Treat ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 90% Of MSC Graduates Teacher Parley Are Teaching In State Slated at MSC By CAROLE SLOTTER e who jammed Lyte Auditorium the annual Millersville Stale r concert had a special interest le program—he was hearing for t aflce of his own music. ......... ..J .Ltflt.


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