Milton Hershey School - Acropolis Yearbook (Hershey, PA)

 - Class of 1978

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M1aSa?Hv2:-'-fir..19--.Ed-6.5-E5-.2-iff-.3w221l2.-12- :VgQ.1L- 1 -.r....V:... THE HEHUPULJS 'mmm Zfwmc-wdSeuw:y-5594: Published By The Milton Hershey School Acropolis Staff Hershey, Pennsylvania Om auadez Zwwifmzaqaz? By signing the Deed of Trust in 1909, Milton and Catherine Hershey provided- the opportunity for young people to obtain an education and a place to live. Now nearly seven decades later, the school has grown from its humble beginnings into an institution of prominence. The school's program is-provided for by money from the trust fund established by our founders. Without perseverance, Mr. Hershey might have been defeated by failures he met before achieving success in his candyrnaking endeavors. Chocolate's popularity allowed the Hersheys to fulfill their dreams for children whose lives had been touched by tragedy. UP BLUE IN EHSUIEIHL La f....DAYSTOG0 x TILL GRADUATION '78 , ,, , I V new H . ,... V WJ f 'm'w3z?Wf'l' " , 1' V 2 "M . H, N .5 ' lf' .. f Tony Clerico diligently studies and dreams of graduation. ""' . ' A ' , ' 5 f -zli rg' Bill Norton works in the kitchen. Barn chores are still an important part of the student home program. Scott Fasnacht does a house chore. Milton Hershey School students have been provided with student homes in which to reside. These homes, each equipped with the facilities to accommodate as many as sixteen students, are spread out over the Schoo1's campus. Students maintain their student homes under the responsibility of a general chore program. Many students of the Senior Division also have the responsibility of caring for a dairy barn shared by two student homes. 3 ,477 cz! Om 'W W XX ga s, ' s ge , 'f 1 X:-QA M P 9' S, k k V he S' ' iv ' as N-- f fm Q P - A 1 -if x .L "" V' f Q: i 7 fi 'dv ' - ' ik 'I Q' M, F s WM . .1 7' 'N K ' -1 .Q "k7 WRX: rx The usual avidly eaten lunch. Pat Lister leads an assembly at Founders Hall. .46 ,.,. no 1 ,V The crowd around the library desk seeks information ..g 5 ,W 0 l ,s,,. a ' Dave Walker reads a favorite book in the library. 12-1 enjoys another English class. Tony Daggeif dreams of 2 Staffing 1019 in "J2WS"- Scott Fasnacht puts in some time in the dark room. 4 'I'h tude t body assembles at Founders Hall. I? 1 Milli.,- ugig . Bill Boykin and his 12-2 cronies enjoy a serious class. we , ,., 4 ,gil ,N W ggi 1 Q culat S e D tm good use in math, Dan Durham and Tom Mills are two of 12-5's finest. v Academically, Milton Hershey School provides for a college preparatory student in either a liberal arts program or a technical program which coincides with his or her shop curriculum. Many students have a choice of a foreign language, French or German. Our Senior Hall programs are mainly coordinated and directed by William R. Fisher '50, Carl E. Stump, and John A. Storm. The services of these men and the cooperation of more than fifty faculty members combine to initiate a positive attitude toward education within the students. Professional guidance is added to help the student decide upon his course of study. 5 0 George Parris and Scott Barkley hard at work in the Electronics Shop. ,K eadofz Dan Murphy develops skills in Machine Shop Practice. Bill Verdon thoroughly learns the parts Jim Anglin and Randy Dawes developing automotive skills. 6 - A of an automobile. .-4' I John McGaw learns a trade in sr- Machine Shop. Dayne Malloy works on the yearbook in Print Shop. H"'l . ,wM..,,,.,w.. ,....1..-11. Jim Lowry becomes skillful in welding, Dave Valkos wraps himself George Segeda tunes another car in in the world of Electronics. to high gear. Randy Snyder develops skills in the Plumbing Shop, Ken Reddick, Milton I-Iershey's Ray Schraeder and Ron Gilbert hard at "Mr, Good Wrench." work in the Sheet Metal Shop. Mark Genovese makes a shocking revelation in Electronics Shop. Stew Savage becomes an expert in Printing Shop. Dave Mootsey, Milton Hershey's answer to Ben Franklin, who also started in printing. 2 ,, K . A . . 6 Dave Sherwood develops skills Russ Kerr and Tom Hamilton learn how to Joe Hughes visits a neighboring shop. with machines. drive a nail. Milton Hershey endowed his students with an excellent shop program in order to fully meet the students' quest for an occupation. Our shops are considered among the finest in the country. The General Building Trades students and the Carpentry students work each year, as part of their training, to construct a house. The Electricity and Plumbing shops then gain their experience by installing the electricity and plumbing works. Our Printing program serves to print all school publications. Electronics shop services electronic devices and works With modern electronic equipment. Other shops serve their purpose in training many students. 7 awe ciao! In Intermediate Division girls and boys mix in classes for the first time. was An attractive Junior Division student. The Brown and Gold band gets new and different look. 8 geo 0 one? cz! Ma A rose between two thorns. Youngladies take part in a "It's about time" we added some sugar to the lesson. campus. Wa- v-3 fve is of ' f Senior Division boys look forward to some of next year. Same And so, the ACROPOLIS welcomes young ladies. With the admittance of young ladies to the student body, Milton Hershey School has taken yet another step to foster Mr. Hershey's dream of a benevolent institution where young people presented the opportunity to receive a quality education. transition in policy has taken place with a maximum efficiency allowing girls to enter the student body with degree of difficulty and few problems. in need are This major amount of a minimum ' U, I V . ms :DEP Dam!-manure mm-HIP 1 W mmm mms legaczzciafwl Qa6cfe4b0zamZ4e7 With the signing of the Deed of Trust on November 15, 1909, Milton and Catherine Hershey entrusted the responsibility of decision making to the Board of Managers. Possessing much of the wisdom and foresight of Mr. Hershey, the Board of Managers, four of whom are M.H.S. graduates, make major decisions pertaining to Milton Hershey School. This group of men project many ideas that pertain to the future of the School. Concern and dedication are evident in the programs they initiate. These men administer the provisions of the Deed of Trust and set the guideposts for the year-to-year operation of the School. Existing rules are studied and kept up-to-date, and new revisions are offered in order to keep the School running with maximum efficiency. The behind-the-scenes work of the Board of Managers keeps the School in step with a rapidly changing society. John O. Hershey John T. Shuey Harold S. Mohler William E. Dearden '40 fChai1'manJ fSecretary-Treasurerj fAdministrative Committeej fAdministrative Committeej Joseph S. Gumpher '35 Kenneth V. Hatt '41 John M. Aichele '39 Samuel A. Schreckengaust, Jr V -,.a,,.,W. , ei. ,- tr ...Q s Edward R. Book J. Paul Lyet William L. Mobraaten 9 74m77twDmczmdS our Pmmdent Dr. John o. Hershey tPresidenLj, Dr. Richard A. Ruaisiii Qvict--President and and Headmasterj, John M. Aichele '39 QVice-President and Administrator of Business . . Aff' ' .- . Vice Presidents 'HN Dr. John O. Hershey, Chairman of the Board and President of lVl.H.S., Dr. Richard A. Rudisill, Headmaster and Vice-President, and John M. Aichele '39, Vice-President and Administrator of Business Affairs Cpictured abovej are three of the schoolas top administrators. Dr. llershey plans for the school's growth years into the future as it pertains to facilities and program. Dr. Rudisill is concerned with major policy and curriculum decisions relating to M.l'l.S. on a day-to-day, year-to-year basis. Mr. Aichele directs many of the fiscal policies as they relate to buildings, repairs and renovations, grounds, and supplies. The administration at Senior llall consists of William R. Fisher '50, Director of Secondary Education, Carl E. Stump, Assistant Director of Secondary Education, John A. Storm, Assistant Director of Secondary Education, and Paul E. Dronsfield, Curriculum Specialist tall pictured opposite abovej. Mr. Fisher devotes his time to the overall smooth operation of Senior Hall with special attention to the academic situation. lVlr. 10 Stump is primarily involved with the operation of the vocational programs. New in his position this year, Mr. Storm is concentrating on such matters as student discipline and supervision. Also filling a new position this year is Mr. Dronsfield who will be working with the administration and faculty on curriculum and scheduling. Direction of Intermediate Division educational policy is entrusted to lVl. Nelson Durand, Director of the Intermediate Division, ,and Donald lt. Witman, Assistant Director of the Intermediate Division. These two men tpictured opposite below leftj are responsible for curriculum, discipline, and supplies. The educational policies of the Junior Division are created and guided by William -A. Hoover, Director of the Junior Division, and Lloyd lVl. lVlorgan'49, Administrative Assistant fpictured opposite below rightl. The young peopleyof the Junior Division are educationally prepared for future years Linder the guidance of these men. Om ' p K 'Mfzaagl 72 Senior Hall Directors and Curriculum Specialist if wma John A. Storm fAssistant Director of Secondary Educationy, Paul E. Dronsfield QCurriculum Specialistb, William R. Fisher '50 CDirector of Secondary Educationj, Carl E. Stump CAssistant Director of Secondary Educationj. A Q, X. : ,..,, . In ,A-52451 CATHERINE HALL DIRECTORS-M. Nelson Durand MEMORIAL HALL DIRECTORS-William A- Hoover Qnirector of Intermediate Divisiony, Donald R. Director of Junior Divisionh. Lloyd M- Morgan '49 Witman CAssistant Director of Intermediate Division KASSiStant DiI9Ct01' of Junior DiViSi0I0- Educationj. 11 ,4.4'aa+64t74au70da7faae 6fL0f60f 754 Well Olive M. Kleinfelter retires after giving twenty-nine years of continuous service to M.H.S. as a teacher of second grade. Mrs. Kleinfelter was born on July 12, 1913 at Lansdale, Pa. She attended the local schools there and graduated from Lansdale High School. During her high school years she sang in the chorus, played the trumpet for four years, and earned her band letter. Mrs. Kleinfelter attended Lebanon Valley College where she was a member of the Girlis Chorus, Chemistry Club, and was Secretary of her class for two years. She has also supplemented her education with courses at Millersville and Penn State. retirement. Olive M. Kleinfelter With the retirement of Thomas O. Pratt after thirty-seven years of dedicated service, Milton Hershey School reluctantly loses one of its most vigorous instructors. Mr. Pratt was born on September 9, 1914, in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Ridley Park High School and later attended Williamson Trade School, Drexel Technical Institute and the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to coming to Milton Hershey, Mr. Pratt was employed as an Electrical Consultant at American Viscose Corporation. In August of 1940 Mr. Pratt joined the staff of the School as an Electrical Instructor and retired in that position. He helped in the Scouting program from 1941 through 1950. His fond memories include talking to Mr. Hershey on several occasions in the shop. Thank you, Mr. Pratt, for your years of dedicated service. In August of 1949 Mrs. Kleinfelter came to Milton Hershey as a second grade teacher in which position she retired. She fondly remembers such things as Christmas at the ucottagesi' and many rewarding travel experiences. We take this opportunity to wish Mrs. Kleinfelter a long and happy Thomas 0. Pratt For forty-three years William A. Yottey has given untiring service in the l William A. Yottey 12 areas of elementary and secondary education, twenty-three of which have been spent in adding new horizons to the lives of Milton Hershey students. Mr. Yottey Was born on January 20, 1913, at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He attended Harrisburg Schools from grades 1-12 and graduated from John Harris High School in 1930. From 1930 through 1934 he matriculated at Shippensburg State Teachers College receiving his B.S. in Education. Mr.Yottey then taught in the elementary grades at Lower Paxton Township from 1935 to 1938. From 1938 through 1955 he was Resident Master at Girard College in Philadelphia. In 1955 Mr. Yottey joined the faculty of M.H.S. as a teacher of seventh grade in the area of Eastern Hemisphere and Ancient History. In 1966 he changed his specialty to teaching tenth and eleventh grade American History and World Cultures in which position he retires. Mr. Yottey also gave ten years at Milton Hershey to the Scouting Program. We thank Mr. Yottey for his many years of service and wish him a happy retirement. Um 7acaZZq P Zcmifltcf Zbzdmaczl D ent Top PARKE E. ADAMS Catherine Hall Remedial Reading Center V.L. ALEXANDER Senior Hall Music WILLIAM G. ALTLAND Senior Hall English WILLIAM G. ANGERT Catherine Hall Industrial Arts iLife Skillsj Bottom CHARLES A. ASTFALK Senior Hall Drafting-Printer's Art DALE G. AUCKER Senior Hall Printing JOHN R. BARE Catherine Hall Industrial Arts iLife Skillsj Top JOSEPHINE M. BAUM Catherine Hall English HARRY E. BAY Catherine Hall Remedial Reading TERRY W. BAYLOR Senior Hall Mathematics Center MATTHEW J. BELICIC Senior Hall Vocational Guidance WILLIAM E. BITNER Senior Hall Social Studies Bottom SAMUEL D. BLACHLY Catherine Hall Social Studies J. ROBERT BORTEL Catherine Hall Language Arts HARRY L. BUCK '43 Senior Hall Auto Mechanics ,MTE Wm-ares Top JAMES L. BUTCH Senior Hall Remedial Mathematics ETHEL M. CAMPBELL Catherine Hall Reading BONNIE A. CASEBEER Catherine Hall Science Center LARRY E. CASEBEER Senior Hall Physical Education Bottom GILSON G. CASH Senior Hall Health D. RODNEY CHAMBERLAIN Catherine Hall Remedial Reading WALLACE R. CONWAY Catherine Hall Mathematics Top JOHN A. COOK Senior Hall Religious Education KENNETH H. COOK Senior Hall Electronics JAMES S. CUDWORTI-I Senior Hall English Center RUSSELL G. DAUBERT Senior Hall Auto Mechanics JAMES C. DEARDEN Catherine Hall Social Studies Bottom AUDREY S. DeMU'I'H Senior Hall Business Education-English ROY M. DICE Catherine Hall Science RICHARD K. DIETERLE Senior Hall Drafting if , .rf-sv Top RUTH G. DORMAN Catherine Hall Librarian DOROTHY K. ESBENSHADE Senior Hall French RAY A. FAIDLEY Senior Hall Business Education Center RICHARD T. FRANCIS l68 Catherine Hall Business Education LEROY M. GALLOWAY Catherine Hall English Bottom SHIRL D. GALLOWAY Memorial Hall Second Grade HARRY C. GARMAN Senior Hall Electricty DONALD A. GIPE Catherine Hall Mathematics "----sz...-Q. 4 fa B' M N r 4 , . .mf-new x 1 -1 . we lags., ww.. I ..... ,-., 'x Top HAROLD C. GOOD '36 Senior Hall Sheet Metal and Welding JOHN H. GRAB Catherine Hall Mathematics WILLIAM A. GROVE Catherine Hall Music Center DORIS J. GRUBB Memorial Hall Librarian PAUL D. HANSEN Catherine Hall Health-Physical Education Bottom D. WILLIS HARTMAN Senior Hall Science GARY T. HAWBAKER Catherine Hall Social Studies TROUPIERE S. HERSHEY Catherine Hall Social Studies M 18 +5 M LING M3851 may sm Top ALLEN A. I-IICKS Memorial Hall Fifth Grade WARREN H. HITZ Senior Hall Agri-Business JOHN A. HOERNER Senior Hall Machine Shop Center JOSEPH N. HOGARTH ,40 Senior Hall Plumbing and Heating Bottom GEORGE HOLLICH Senior Hall Public Speaking - Reading ALLEN M. HOOVER Senior Hall Mathematics ROBERT W. HOPPLE Senior Hall Mathematics L. ,-. ,nf if jf? J 'fs f ...gs N-. "'s.,,MM A A fix ii? .kk - Q Top JEANNE M. HOSTETLER Memorial Hall Kindergarten RICHARD O. HUGENDUBLER. Senior Hall Printing CONNIE F. JENNINGS Memorial Hall Third Grade Center A. JAMES JONES Senior Hall German - French CHARLES H. KAMP Senior Hall Science Bottom KENNETH M. KAUFFMAN Catherine Hall Science ANDREW M. KAVALECS Senior Hall German ROGER A. KILLIAN Catherine Hall English B llamgf N Q WN hm M. yum.,.' +1-Q-sum, Q .,. hgvgwfmiejfn. ' :WP I if-Yan, . .. ,..m..,, 20 ie sp5l es e . I T Top ARTHUR H. KLINE Catherine Hall Remedial Mathematics RUSSELL C. KLINGER Senior Hall Business Education ANDREW KOVACH Senior Hall Industrial Arts Center J. DUNCAN KRIEBEL Senior Hall English JAMES M. LEHMAN Senior Hall Mathematics Bottom EDITH B. LONG Senior Hall Librarian GERALD R. LONG '55 Catherine Hall Orientation JAMES W. MARTIN Senior Hall Social Studies -...WN 21 f ,A . A -:fl--.:, ...-. ' km A e .' , SM ,Rigs 22 v . I "" V Y limi Q 5'B lu , Top RICHARD A. MATTIS '63 Senior Hall Carpentry FRANK H. McCREA Senior Hall Science THOMAS E. MICHAELS Senior Hall Food Service Center RAY B. MILLER Senior Hall Music RONALD B. MINNICH '70 Senior Hall English Bottom BRUCE H. MOYER Senior Hall ' Social Studies KAY E. OESTERLING Catherine Hall Physical Education ROBERT L. OESTERLING Catherine Hall Physical Education 1 K Top WILLIAM R. PRESCOTT Senior Hall Social Studies HAROLD E. REICHARD Catherine Hall General Music FRANCES A. REIGLE Memorial Hall Fifth Grade Center CARL F. RHODES '60 Senior Hall Science Bottom EDWARD B. RUTH Senior Hall Science MARY U. SAYE Memorial Hall Fourth Grade ROBERT J. SCHELHORN Catherine Hall Art 5 Qn......,'QN-.. Top CAROL J. SCHILLING Memorial Hall Fifth Grade C. THOMAS SCHWALM Senior Hall Music KENNETH W. SHARP '65 Senior Hall Mathematics Center MICHAEL S. SHIFFLET Senior Hall Social Studies KENNETH R. SMITLEY Senior Hall General Building Trades Bottom KENNETH L. SNYDER Senior Hall Driver Education WILLIAM H. SYNDER Senior Hall Mathematics AGNES M. SOUDERS Memorial Hall Third Grade ...gig af r., if 345 2 X.:. ni ,- QNX Q. ,. ., , i,,,,,.i, i wig, V , ...W Y ull fm. Top CLYDE P. STACKS Senior Hall Vocational General ROBERT L. STAMBAUGH Catherine Hall Social Studies LOUISE B. SWARTZBAUGH Memorial Hall First Grade Center RICHARD M. THIELER Catherine Hall Science ROBERT W. WALLACE Senior Hall Science Bottom LYNETTE E. WALLER Memorial Hall Music LEWIS K. WEBSTER Senior Hall Social Studies ROBERT H. WEIDMAN Memorial Hall Fourth and Fifth Grades 'Ss' To D D. MICHAEL XVELLER 66 Senior Hall English THOMAS G. WELSH Catherine Hall Mathejna-tics BRUCE R. WIEDER Catherine Hall Social Studies Center LeROY O. WOLFE Senior Hall English VALARIE K. WOLFE Memorial Hall Fourth Grade THE WAY WE WERE. ,f -1, ii iS,1 ri Student Hgmelife M. Nelson Durand fDirector of Intermediate Division Homelifej, Dr. Joseph Brechbill D- t fDirector of Houseparent Staffb, Kenneth A. Longenecker CDirector of Senior Division nec Ors Homelifep, William A. Hoover qnirecmr of Junior Division Homelifej. we Wim Swpmm Om Wm Playing an important role, the Homelife Staff has the responsibility of selecting and training new houseparents, supervising privileges, and deciding disciplinary measures. These men coordinate all activities pertaining to the students' homelife, as Well as setting and adhering to daily schedules. Dr. Joseph Brechbill, Director of Houseparent Staff, Kenneth A. Longenecker, Director of Senior Division Homelife, M. Nelson Durand, Director of the Intermediate Division and William A. Hoover, Director of the Junior Division, help make MHS run the way it doesg excellently, for a school of its size and make up. Student Homelife William F. DeLiberty, Lloyd M. Morgan '49, Gary W. Cooper, Lawrence E. Best. Staff 2 7 . , assess... :H soo.s W .. S A' " J '...- ill., ' I . . . , .. . V :K o A -.s . S l i 'fa 1 ' . XA-- . 2 I ... , ' . -..,., - - 2 ll I .5 5, . .... .,eHwsf26f?s.::.a,-i- ., ., ag. ya. " ' wm,Wf...f... .L,. . , A , H M .. N WW, .,,.A I pp .. A,--5 .Q ' ,..X.. . ,,,,, . ' F fa' Yi il- 'W V sr Q M ss.4:awsa.eism.s4g.,. ,..,, ,K 3, mv .. .1 g, . . K. ' ,z- ,'.g:..:w'N""' l Q , . Q rg: . ' Medical Staff Seated: Theresa A. Mulligan R.N., Constance L. Aungst R.N., Mary L. Garrison R.N. Standing: Lois M. Lutz R.N., Doris K. Gingrich R.N., Dr. D. Lee Backenstose M.D., Sally A. Coulter R.N. Fine medical care is available to all MHS students through three medical clinics and a round-the-clock health center. For more serious problems the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of the Penn State University is readily available. All school health services are directed by Dr. Lee Backenstose. Zia? jlimfiv i' Q KNEW cmd? S I Dental service and care for the Milton Hershey student is provided in one of the three easily accessible dental clinics. A thorough dental examination is those in need of special of an orthodontist. administered semi-annually to all students. For attention, the school employs the services S psf 1: - I B Q ..,, t ... s i f," 'W L 'S g T- . i gc E ,. p . ME ' . I ' ffi i ff' "L , .ir L ' I L Dental Seated: Anna E. Furst R.D.H., Nanna M. Bettleyon, Betty L. Ebersole, Marilyn R.. White 28 R.D.H. Standing: Marian Markley, Jean L. Snyder, Edward C. Schaeffer D.D.S., Edward L. Sander D.D.S., Donald R. Price D.D.S. BllSiI16SS Aff3i1'S William A. Houtz QComptrollerJ, John M. Aichele '39 qvioe-President and Director of Directors Business Affairsj. Director of the Department of Business Affairs is Vice-President John M. Aichele '39. Transportation, food, clothing, and housing are the complex of concerns for this man and his staff. William A. Houtz holds a heavy responsibility as the comptroller, taking all financial matters in his hands. 'Me Dqamtment of Zaukeu Affam feepa Zta 'idacallq Sheng The Department of Business Affairs provides for the students' every need. The distribution of clothing, food, and suppliesg the maintenance of campus groundsg the renovation of various buildings, and procurement of transportation and equipment are the principal concerns of this department. - P K c , - . ..,.,,, . Bl1Sil19SS Affa-il?S Howard H. Baum. J.H. Aibme, Richard c. Hann, Woodrow w. Bonney, Dennis E Hunter. E Zlccmd 7l4WowmwZ?afz Charles K. Francis '61 Assistant Director of Placement The Student Personnel Staff are lnvolved with our students throughout thelr enrollment This departments mult1tude of functions include: enrollments, personal and vocational counsehng, terminations, and placement 1n desired occupations following graduatlon. Seated Matthew J BellC1C Barbara B Haas David G Thompson Dr. John R. Grimm. Staff Standing R1chardC Johnson Dr F Bruce Martenis Gray G Johnson. S w y . Seated: Cynthia S. King, Jane K. Stacks, Rosemarie Weidensaul, Ruth A. Shope, Jannette S6Cl'9t3I'l31 L. Myers, Betty J. Lighty, Marie A. Sotack. Standing: Betty B. Filepas, Jane W. Capriotti, Staff Emilie J. Curry, Helen S. Dodge, Jean W. Wagner, Iverna L. Lair, Beverly A. Phillips. Marguerite K. Hunchherger, Donna M. DiViT.tore, Delores M. Myers. Marlene C. Stehman. 74W Keep ' ch Ofwlez and Zmuochg S MAINTENANCE SUPERVISORS-Eugene Eshbach. Eden SENIOR HALL CUSTODIANS-Lloyd Keller, Herb Fry, Richard Miller, Paul Pollock.Absent:Arthur Fausnacht. Stough, Charlie Wolfezsberger, Joe Nestico, Barry Betz. 31 dew Fadda!- Kwp 214 mee 7ed Wa foam, gmt , . "" ' I ' F fjfji-331 1:55-"-'fff f, , so k Clothing is prepared and repaired in the Clothi Room. Supplies and hot meals are sent in by modern vehicle. 'ITE'-'reawsn Food is prepared by experienced personnel. 32 awe iaeople Dan Hollinger is fitted with a stylish shirt. James H. Loser buys the latest styles in clothing and shoes. I Mario Moratti supervises h h ld d' t 'b t' . Hot meals are sent to school kitchens ouse 0 is rl u lon and A-hulnnf hrn-nan Nutritious meals are sent to school buildings at noon and evening meals to student homes. As Well as providing for the obvious needs of the students, there are some special services of the School which are taken for granted. The central kitchen prepares and delivers meals to the student homes daily. Twice each year students are fitted with personally tailored clothing. Also, haircuts are administered on a regularly scheduled basis. it Z-IRI III HUB! DIE TU m B SENIURS , , Kneeling: Charles K. Francis 61 4AdviserJ Bill Lawrence QPres1dentJ John A Cook Sel'llOI' Class 0fflCerS CAdviserJ. Standing: Mike Vanderslice QH1stor1.1nJ Barry Woodcraft 1Chapla1nb Al and Advisers JAMES PHILLIP ANGLIN Virginia Beach, Va, Enrollment - September, 1973 Auto Mechanics 112-SD Drill Team, Stuclent Senate, Student Home Council, RANDALL BLAIR AYERS Huntingdon, Pa. Enrollment - January, 1971 Business C12-55 Greene fSecretaryD, Alan Krashesky fVlCE Presidentj Schuyler Brodv CTreasurerJ THE SPARTAN, Cross Country, Football tStatJ Student Senate, Home Council. WILLIAM CHARLES BALLOUGH Camphill, Pa. Enrollment - January, 1973 College Prep. Tech. Electronics O2-43 Swimming, Drill Team. ALEXANDER GEORGE BA XVashington, D,C. Enrollment - May, 1972 Carpentry 112-TJ Wrestling, Student Senate, Council. Spartan Players, Student RIANOS Student Home SCOTT GLENN ,BARKLEY Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - January, 1973 College Prep. Tech. Electr onics 412-47 Baseball, Football, Student Senate, Youth Forum, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. BRADLEY BARNDT Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1969 College Prep. Liberal Arts C12-D Spartan Post, Youth Forum, Student Home Council. JEFFREY ALLEN BITTIN Lewistown, Pa. Enrollment - October, 1968 GER College Prep. Liberal Arts U2-17 Gymnastics lMgf,l . ROBERT JOSEPH BLACK Butler, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1966 College Prep. Tech. Plumbing Q12-35 Student Body Vice-President, Baseball, Football, Swimming, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council, 34 RANDALL LEE BLEILER New Tripoli, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1968 College Prep. Tech. General Building Trades fl?-31 Football, Track, Student Leadership Society, Spartan Post, Student Senate, Student Home Council. XVILLIAM JOSEPH BOYKIN Hickory, Md, Enrollment - July, 1967 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-27 Baseball, Band, Glee Club, Spartan Jazz Band National Honor Society, THE SPARTAN, Student Scnatc, Student Home Council. ANDREW SCHUYLER, BRODY Key iVest, Fla. Enrollment - April, 1966 College Prep. Liberal Arts U2-15 National Honor Society, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Senior Class Treasurer, Gymnastics, Band, Glee Club, Spartan Jazz Band, Student Cabinet, Spartan Post, Student Senate, Youth Forum. Student Home Council. CURTIS BROWN Philadelphia, PL. Enrollment - January, 1976 Dlachine Shop fl!-GJ Student Home Council. KIM LEVONE BROWN Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - December, 1969 Auto Mechanics 112-95 Football, Track, Wrestling. KEITH MARTIN CAVANAUGI-I Camden, N.J. Enrollment - August, 1968 Printing 112-81 Student Leadership Society, Student Home Council, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN. JEFFREY ALAN CHANDLER New Kensington, Pa. Enrollment - October, 1974 Carpentry 412-77 Student Senate, Student Home Council. ANTHONY VINCENT CLERICO Lancaster, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1966 Electricity ll?-U7 Drill Team, Explorer Post, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Spartan Players, International Thespiari Society, Student Home Council. JOHN JOSEPH DAVID COGDELL Washington, D.C, Enrollment - July, 1970 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-11 National Honor Society, THE SPARTAN, Athletic Trainer. Student Leadership Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. BRYAN ROBERT COLEMAN East Petersburg, Pa. Enrollment - June, 1975 General Building Trades C12-'TD Explorer Post. JAMES EDWARD CONNOR Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1965 Auto Mechanics 112-91 Gymnastics, Spartan Posts. DENNIS EUGENE BURKE Front Royal, Va. Enrollment - August, 1974 General Building Trades 412-77 Baseball, Football, Wrestling, Band, Glee Club, Student Senate, Student Home Council. RALPH WILLIAM BUSHA Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - November, 1975 College Prep. Tech. Printing Q12-31 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN TORRENCE HOWARD CALDVVELL Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1974 Printing 112-83 Track, Glee Club, Spartan Posts, THE SPARTAN, ACROPOLIS. JERRY CARL CARSE Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1971 College Prep, Tech. Plumbing Explorer Post, Spartan Posts. C12-41 ld' JOHN CHARLES CONNOR Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1965 Printing 112-83 Gymnastics, Glee Club, Spartan Posts, Student Home Council, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN. JOSEPH PHILIP CYGAN Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1972 College Prep, Liberal Arts 112-15 Swimming, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Youth Forum, Student Home Council. ANTHONY ALEXANDER DAGGETT Neptune, N.J. Enrollment - February, 197-1 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-17 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Cross Country 1S't8t.l, Wrestling, Drill Team, Student Senate, Spartan Players, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. RANDY LEE DAIVES IVashington C.H., Ohio Enrollment - June, 1966 Auto Mechanics 112-97 Wrestling, Student Senate, Student Home Council. 36 GEORGE DANIEL DeMARCO Marshalls Creek, Pa, Enrollment - July, 1968 College Prep. Tech. General Building Trades 112-47 Swimming, Drill Team, Spartan Post, Student Home Council. RICHARD GLENN DIGGAN Lancaster, Pa. Enrollment - October, 1975 Auto Mechanics 112-91 Wrestling, Drill Team. DANIEL PERRY DURHAM Non-istown, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1973 Business 112-57 Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Track, Student Senate. DAVID WAYNE ELDRIDGE Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1974 Printing 112-S? ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Baseball Football, Basketball 1Mgr.P. DANIEL ANTHONY FALCO Pittsburgh, Pa, Enrollment - August, 1975 Sheet Metal 112-GJ Cross Country, Aeronautics Club. GARY DAVID FENSTERMAKER Allentown, Pa. Enrollment - November, 1968 Sheet Metal 112-GJ Band, Student Home Council. Williamsport, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1969 Student Senate, Youth Taunton, Mass. Band, Spartan Jazz Band, KEVIN JOHN GILDEA Dallas, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1970 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-23 Track. Spartan Posts, Student Home Council. RICHARD ANTHONY GILLOOLY Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1975 Electricity 112-91 Cross Country. ROBERT BRYCE GORDON Jaftrey, N.H. Enrollment - October, 1975 College Prep. Tech. Carpentry 412-31 Student Leadership Sooiety, Student Senate, Student Home Council. ALBERT GREENE, Jr. Norristown, Pa, Enrollment - March, 1973 Business 112-57 Senior Class Secretary, Basketball, Football, Track, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. ' ' ' ' ' WILLIAM OLIVER GRIFFIN Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1970 Electricity 112-9? Basketball, Track, Drill Team , Student Senate, Student Home Council. THOMAS HARVEY HAMILTON Doylestown, Pa. Enrollment - October, 1972 College Prep. Tech. Carpentry C12-35 Baseball, Football, Wrestling, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. L t JAMES EDWARD FORNEB, College Prep. Liberal Arts Q12-D Track, Wrestling, Glee Club, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Spartan Posts, Forum, International Thespian Society, Student Home Council, RAYMOND GERARD FRANK Wyomissing, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1973 General Building Trades C12-71 Track, Wrestling, Spartan Posts, Senate, Student Home Council. Student BIARK VINCENT GENOVESE Enrollment - January, 1975 l College Prep. Tech. Electronics fl?-43 Spartan Posts. Spartan Players, International Thespian Society. RONALD BARRIE GILBERT Philadelphia. Pa. Enrollment - January, 1974 Sheet Metal U2-93 Baseball fMgr.J, Gymnastics, Drill Team, Soartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. 37 ROGER VVILLIAM HAYES Rockville, Md. Enrollment - November, 1971 Machine Shop Practice C12-65 Drill Team, Spartan Posts, Student Home Council. ABRAHAM HILL Uniontown, Pa.. Enrollment - April, 1970 Machine Shop Practice 112-63 Basketball, Football, Track, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. THOMAS HISSICK Hershey, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1968 Business Q12-51 Cross Country, Swimming, Track, Student Leadership Society, Student Home Council. DANIEL ROSS HOLLINGER Hopewell, Pa. Enrollment - November, 1970 Food Service 112-SJ FUOUUHU 'MSI'-', Track fMgr.J, Student Home Council. 38 EDVVARD MARCUS HUGHES tvildwood, N.J. Enrollment - May, 1967 College Prep. Tech. Plumbing 112-37 National Honor Society, Band, Spartan Jazz Band, Student Senate, BARRY LEE JACKSON Elizabethtown, Pa. Enrollment - June, 1974 Electricity 112-05 Drill Team, Student S Council. CHESTER LEE JAMES, Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - January, Student Home Council. JOSEPH FRANCIS HUGHES, III Wildwood, N.J. Enrollment - May, 1967 Plumbing 112-'73 National Honor Society, Student Home Council. cnntc, Student Home LAXVRENCE JACKSON Brown Mills, N.J. Enrollment - August, 1972 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-25 ACROPOLIS, Student Home Council. III 1976 General Building Trades Q12-'73 GARY ALAN KEFFER Winchester, Va. Enrollment - August, 1970 Business C12-51 ACROPOLIS, Explorer Post, Student Leadership Society, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. TUVIOTHY EUGENE KNAUB York, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1965 Printing 412-SJ KYLE DARNELL KELLAM Frederica, Del. Enrollment October, 1975 Electricity C12-93 Track. PERRY GLENWOOD KELLAM Frederica, Del. Enrollment - Octobtr, 1975 Carpentry C12-'TJ Student Home Council. RUSSELL EMERSON KERR, JR. Butler, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1967 Carpentry 412-97 Football, Track, Wrestling, Band, Student Senate, Student Home Council. RICHARD EDWARD KIRMSS, JR. Clinton, Conn. Enrollment - March, 1974 Agri-Business 112-G5 Drill Team, Student Senate, Spartan Players Gymnastics, Spartan Posts, Student Home Council, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN. RENE HARRY KOI-ILER, JR. Gibbstown. N.J. Enrollment - April, 1975 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-27 National Honor Society Secretary, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. MICHAEL KRAMER Philadelphia, Pa. ex. , 5 X Enrollment - May, 1972 College Prep. Tech. Carpentry Q12-33 Track, Spartan Posts, Drill Team. Student Home Council. ALAN DAVID KRASHESKY Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1965 College Prep. Liberal Arts C12-21 National Honor Society, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Senior Class Vice-President, Student Body President, Band, Drill Team, Glee Club, Spartan Jazz Band, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Spartan Players, International Thespian Society, Student Home Council. RICHARD MAURICE LARRABEE Manchester, N.H. Enrollment - January, 1973 Sheet Metal Q12-61 Student Home Council. WILLIAM HAROLD LAVVRENCE, JR. Egg Harbor, N.J. Enrollment - July, 1972 College Prep. Tech. Printing 612-37 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Senior Class President, Senior Senate Secretary, Gymnastics, Track, Glee Club, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Youth Forum, Student Home Council. 39 JEFFERY LYNN LEGO Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - February, Agri-Business 112-95 1966 JOSEPH ALOYSIOUS LISTER Burlington, N.J. Enrollment - January, 1968 College Prep. Tech. Plumbing 112-37 Student Body Sgt.-at-Arms, Football, Track, Wrestling. Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Youth Forum. Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Student Home Council. PATRICK MICHAEL LISTER Burlington, N.J. Enrollment - January, 19158 College Prep. Tech. Carpentry 112-35 Student Body Sgt.-at-Arms. Football. Track, Wrestling. Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council. CALVIN COOLIDGE LITTLE, JR. Harrisburg. Pa. Enrollment - November, 197-1 Business 112-5? Basketball, Student Home Council, 40 I RICKEY A. LONDON East Liverpool, Ohio Enrollment - March, 197-1 Plumbing 112-77 Drill Team, Student Senate, Student Home Council. JAMES EDVVARD LOYVRY Baltimore, Md. Enrollment - January, 1968 Sheet Metal 112-GJ Track, Student Home Council. JOSEPH WILLIAM LOXTERKAMP Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment - November, 1975 College Prep. Tech. Electronics 112--U Spartan Post, Student Home Council. DAVID RUSSEL LYNCH Hazletown, Pa. Enrollment - February, 1972 Plumbing 112-75 Cross Country, Drill Team, Student Home Council. Spartan Post, ROBERT JAMES LYNN Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1969 Carpentry 112-'U Baseball, Basketball, Football, Student Senate. ANTHONY MAGYAR, JR. Lehighton, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1972 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-D Baseball, Cross Country, Swimming, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Youth Forum, Student Home Council. THORIAS KEVIN BIARTIN Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - November, 1971 College Prep. Tech. Auto Mechanics f12-35 Football, Swimming, Spartan Posts, Student Homo Council. TIMOTHY MARTIN Warminstcr, Pa. College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-IJ Enrollment - August, 1974 DAYNE BEVAN MALLOY Baltimore, Md. Enrollment - August, 1975 Printing 112-81 Gymnastics, Glee Club, THE SPARTAN, ACROPOLIS. KEVIN JOSEPH MALONE Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1970 Food Service 112-SJ Baseball. Spartan Posts, Student Home Council. RANDAL SCOTT MALONE Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - January, 1970 Printing 112-SJ Baseball, Gymnastics 1Stat.J, Spartan Posts, Student Home Council, THE SPARTAN, ACROPOLIS. THE SPARTAN, Wrestling, Spartan Posts, Student Home Council. WVAYNE KENNETH McCURDY Mechanicsburg, Pa. Enrollment - March, 1969 Auto Mechanics 412-DJ Equipment Manager fall sportsl, Baseball, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. SVILLIAM GEORGE McCURDY Marion, Ohio Enrollment - August, 1973 Printing 112-81 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Track Drill Team, Spartan Posts. JOHN WVALLACE MCGAW, JR. Sewickley, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1972 Machine Shop 112-67 Track, Wrestling. Drill Team, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Student Home Council. DANIEL ANTHONY MEDIS, III Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1970 College Prep. Tech. Electronics 112-41 Baseball. Wrestling, Spartan Players, Home Council. 1MgT-J . Student xt! . GARY MICHAEL MANDEL Merrick, N.Y. Enrollment - March, 1976 Business 112-51 Cheerleading, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Spartan Players, Student Home Council. 41 DAVID TOD MENDELSON Rockville, Md. Enrollment - July, 1975 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-21 I THE SPARTAN, YVrestling, Student Cabinet, Student Senate, Student Home Council. MICHAEL NOEL BIERRICK Boston, Mass. Enrollment - August, 1967 College Prep. Liberal Arts C12-15 THE SPARTAN, Swimming, G-lee Club, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. THOMAS ANTHONY DIILLS Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1967 Business 112-53 THE SPARTAN, Cross Country. Xvrestling, Band, Explorers Post, Spartan Post, Student Senate, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. LUTHER ARDEN MITCHELL Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment - October, 1973 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-D National Honor Soceity, Baseball, Football Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council. li, i 42 DAVID RAYMOND BIOOTSEY Apollo, Pa.. Enrollment - August, 1975 Printing 412-87 THE SPARTAN, ACROPOLIS. WILLIAM HERBERT MORETON Baltimore, Md. Enrollment - August, 1972 Machine Shop 112-69 Drill Team, Student Senate. Student Home Council. JOSEPH MULLIGAX Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1964 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-ll Football, Track, Glee Club, Spartan Jazz Band, Student Leadership Society, Student Home Council. DANIEL LEE DIURPHY Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1974 Machine Shop tl?-95 Gymnastics, Swimming, Home Council. Drill Team, Student MICHAEL EDYVARD BIYERS Dover, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1968 General Building Trades 412-75 Drill Team, Spartan Posts. ROBERT FRANKLIN NEYVTON, III Ridley Park, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1974 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-23 Swimming, Explorers Post, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. MICHAEL JOHN QUINO Paradise, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1971 College Prep. Liberal Arts Basketball lstatn. Spartan Senate, Student Home Council. 112-ll Posts, Student ROBERT RAY, IV Alexandria, Va. Enrollment - June, 1976 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-17 THE SPARTAN, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. KENNETH C. REDDICK Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1975 Auto Mechanics 112-93 Baseball clvlgizr, Spartan Post, Spartan Players, Drill Team, Student Home Council. LANCE MARC RIEGLER Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1966 Business 112-55 THE SPARTAN, Football Student Senate, Spartan Players, Student Home Council, Wrestling. CLAUDE KARL ROBERT Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1969 College Prep. Tech. Printing 112-41 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Band, Glee Club, Spartan Jazz Band, Student Home Council, Student Senate, Student Cabinet. PHILLIP JOHN ROBINSON, JR. Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment November, 1972 Business 112-51 Drill Team, Spartan Post, Student Home Council. WILLIAM JOHN NORTON Nicholson, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1968 Business 112-5? Explorer Post, Spartan Posts, Council, Cross Country, Track. Student Home FREDERICK EUGENE OWENS Harrisburg, Pa. Enrollment - April, 1976 College Prep. Tech. Machine Shop 112-31 Basketball, Football, Track. GEORGE LEO PARRIS, JR. Phildelphia, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1975 College Prep. Tech. Electronics 112--D Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track, Student Senate, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. DONALD RICHARD POOLE Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - October. 1967 College Prep. Liberal Arts 112-15 Basketball, Football, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council 1Stat.l , Track, Student Senate, 43 JOIIN PIIILLIP RUSSELL Lanham, Md. Enrollment - July, 1970 Business 112-55 Gymnastics. Student Senate, FRANCIS THOMAS RYAN, III Bridgeport, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1972 College Prep. Tech. Electronics 112-43 National Honor Society, ACROPOLIS, Baseball, Cross Country, Drill Team, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council. BIICIIAEL SANFORD Miami. Fla. Enrollment - August, 1975 College Prep. Tech. Sheet Metal 612-37 Wrestling, Spartan Post, Student Home Council. 44 Youth Forum. STEWART LORENZO SAVAGE Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - October, 1972 Printing C12-81 Football, Track, Wrestling, Glee Club, Student Senate, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council, ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN. EDSVARD RAY SCHRAEDER Berwick, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1974 Sheet Metal C12-65 Drill Team, Student Home Council, Wrestling GEORGE JOHN SEGEDA Pittston, Pa. Enrollment - June, 1969 Auto Mechanics 412-95 Wrestling, Equipment Manager, Student Home Council. Spartan Post, JAMES PHILIP SIEMON Zelienople, Pa. Enrollment - November, 1974 X Auto Mecanics 112-95 Student Senate. MICHAEL ANTHONY SIMMS Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1971 Food Service 612-SJ fl X If 1 PY. York, Pa. MARK RANDAL STRANGEVVAYS Baltimore, Md. Enrollment - September, 1975 Machine Shop 112-61 National Honor Society, Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Spartan Posts, Student Senate. WALTER LEE STRICKLAND, JR. Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - February, 1974 Food Service C12-81 Football fMgr.J, Track, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. MICHAEL RICHARD SIVEGER Carlisle, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1969 College Prep. Tech. Electronics C12-41 Band, Glee Club. BENJAMIN LEE TINDAL Philadelphia, Pa, Enrollment - September, 1972 College Prep. Liberal Arts 412-27 THE SPARTAN, Basketball iStat.l, Football IStat,b, Track, Explorer Post, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. DAVID FRANCIS VALKOS Breiningsville, Pa.. Enrollment - February, 1966 College Prep. Tech. Electronics C12-43 National Honor Society, Baseball, Explorer Post, Student Leadership Society, Student Home Council. PATRICK JOHN VAN CISE Erie, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1964 College Prep. Tech. Printing Q12-35 ACROPOLIS, THE SPARTAN, Wrestling, Spartan Posts. ANTHONY SIMPSON Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1973 Machine Shop C12-GJ Football, Track, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. RANDY LEE SNYDER TODD ALAN SIPE Waynesboro, Pa. Enrollment - December, 1970 General Building Trades C12-'77 Enrollment - July, 1971 Plumbing C12-'TJ Drill Team, Glee Club, Student Cabinet, Student Leadership Society, Spartan Posts, Student Senate. JAMES STACEY STAGGS St. Cloud, Fla. Enrollment - August, 1968 Carpentry C12-73 Baseball, Basketball, Football, Student Leadership Society, Spartan Posts, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Home Council. 45 MICHAEL VANDERSLICE West Chester, Pa. Enrollment - February, 1967 College Prep, Liberal Arts 112-D National Honor Society, Senior Class Historian, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Youth Forum, Student Home Council. DANIEL VATTILANA New London, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1973 General Building Trades C12-'D Spartan Posts, Stuent Home Council. WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER VERDON Jermyn, Pa. Enrollment - February, 1975 Auto Mechanics C12-97 EDIVIV CURTIS WASSON R. A , J Norwood, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1967 Food Service C12-83 Cross Country, Track, Student Home Council, 4? 46 TIMOTHY LEE WVEATIIERHOLTZ Edgewater Park, N..I, Enrollment - December, 1974 Plumbing ue-rp CHESTER WILLIAM WEAVER Halifax, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1970 Electricity f12-91 Student Senate, Student Home Council. RONALD BURTON YVHITE Erie, Pa. Enrollment - August, 1970 College Prep. Liberal Arts C12-23 Band, Spartan Posts, Student Senate, Student Home Council. EYUEN WONG New York, N.Y. Enrollment - January, Food Service 412-85 ROBERT DONALD WILLIAMS, JR. Tremont, Pa. Enrollment - July, 1972 Machine Shop 112-GD Football, Track. 1973 BARRY SCOTT WOODCRAFT Lancaster, Pa. Enrollment - September, 1972 College Prep. Tech. Carpentry Senior Class Chaplain, Student Body Chaplain Football, Track, Wrestling, Student Cabinet Student Leadership Society, Student Senate, Student Home Council. C12-31 e 411- Al Some seniors preparing for the magic moment-GRADUATION!! In alphabetical order these seniors are Scott Barkley, John Connor, Kevin Gildca, Rene Kohler, Joe Lister, Bob Lynn, Tony Magyar and Stew Savage. 7rq:1a9 ' ,f77"m f f swf! argl L- -- . f -1-.-,,,,, ,-19.1. ' ffl-1 1 ,R Senior Class Molto: . it ni?"-riff' - :x5N'i53f?+?7 To be nobody-but-yoursell in a world lhal's conslanlly lrymg, ' ' night and day, lo make you everybody else- X"3f'Q 1 -+1 , X means to fight the hardest battle ' Of K ' X , Q any human being can lighl and never X .T-Y' slap lighting, V", W e.e. cummings " K X Class Flower: Variegated Rose Lyrics by: Tony Daggett. Music by: Michael Sweger. E5 sbv fb FM B57 a'v S' . J J J 'f ll 451113 -fella -E LONG l.hST'lNG MEM' 0 lllElS AL'WhYS WILL- RE' MMU WITH' G7 , V7 B' rl-el LJqqHf'll firmly- of lll OUR l'lEAlTS,llllTll- IN OUR MlNlS,WlTll EACH AND EV-ERY CHANGE FM 857 857 A725357 rf' lglf-"L.l53lJ.N1'3al,lllWEll 2 sl WE'LL GROUJTO KNOW 0UR'SELllESlllTlllS WORLD will-IRE WE BE-LONG A5 :Wi HG Cm y rm B57 sf hh5l'lellEflll5lli 6 mlb To-mn-En AS A CLASS wsu RE-MAIN STILL Ev-ER STRONG 2 l We'1l laugh about the pains we've felt along the way, Through life we'll set our hopes and dreams, with each and every day, Maybe we'll :reach our d ms, make the best of all we've learned, And thus leave ourselves t y that we are for what we've yearned. Class Colors: 3 Held in our hearts and minds, for time we can't control Sliver and Metallic ' ' h 1 In. changing every one of us, still staying as a w o eg The Class of Seventy-Eight thanks those who 've helped us through, ' ' We'll remember one in thought for all the love we knew. H5 HBTEH ELIILDE HH EH :- 2 S I 5 P Za ?6aqewQwe Mark Genovese, Lee Aitkens, Steve Horowitz, Alan Krashesky, and Tony Schmidt act in "Just a Man." There is a new name for the playwrights in PHSSLQ it is Spartan Players. This fine group of writers, actors, stage managers, and other behind-the-scenes workers have done an admirable job again this year. In December, they performed "Just a Man"g in February, a fine muscialg and in the spring, Chi1dren's Theatre. SPARTAN PLAYERS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS- 'EQ Alan Krashesky and Tony Schmidt "do their thespian thing." Kneeling: Tony Clerico, Jim Culhane, Standing: Alan Krashesky, George Hollich CAdvisorJ, Lance Riegler, Tony Schmidt, Russ McDanie1s. 49 ' We Z9 Www lie Zena Planning a year in advance before beginning to actually compose our yearbook, the Acropolis Staff compiles an edition of everlasting memories revolving around the School and its family. Construction during the summer Workshop involves scheduling of pictures, writing copy, and multitudes of other responsibilities in order to produce the quality yearbook We take pride in. Unlike many other schools' yearbooks, the Acropolis is planned, printed and bound by the students, giving those involved an extra sense of satisfaction in their Eh i ACROPOLIS ADVISERS-Seated: J. Duncan Kriebel, Carl E. Stump, Charles A. Astfalk, Audrey S. DeMuth . Standing: Carl F. Rhodes '60, Dale G. Aucker, D. Michael Weller '66, Richard O. Hugendubler. Absent: A. James Jones. PRESSES AND BINDERY-Seated: QKneelingJ Stew Savage, Torrance Caldwell, Tim Knaub. Standing: Claude Robert, Pat VanCise, Ralph Busha, Keith Cavanaugh. 50 P ill U U5-SE-'EOE Damage Qmot-gr-h "" IH' Eoemgl-3 f.+B'm :v QD. rv... OmC"g.Dw aes' 'f . 1492 Effwefbgi?-T 02:5 H o O-c,,o ages. D-'cs 'DOQEEOQ '--f-:,,rng... BCH- v-'UZ 'UUOZQ' 39-'Og-'OG' r--"1 H: 4"'fU':3o g'a:::-wg,-' '4 cnfvbvaq-9-'D 5352 ff- 7' om'-T3 UQ 5'm 14'--TP s: NOn--r-I '45-'igg-C' Eg"C5SDQ .egg-W siilei-' :coOm5' 4 l EDITORIAL STAFF-First Row: Gary Keffer, Tony Daggett, Rusty Ryan, Alan Krashesky, Larry Jackson. Second Row: Fred Fouad. Scott Fasnacht. Mark Singer, Brian McDevitt. Absent: Harry Dulio. CAMERA AND PREP-Dave Eldridge, Dave Mootsey, John Connor, Randy Malone, Bill McCurdy, Dayne Malloy. 'Me Spam Kem Zu '7 and Well Advisers Seated: Dale G. Aucker, A. James Jones, William G. Altland, Richard O. Hugenduhler, Carl F. Rhodes and '60, Standing: Tony Daggett., Fred Fouad, Dave Mendelson, Tim Martin, John Flynn, Bob Ray, Alan al St Krashesky, Charles Ward, Bill Boykin, Ken McCurdy. Mark Singer, Mike Merrick, Jim Gribble, Lance 1 Of 21 Riegler, Jeff Kephart. One of the most outstanding literary Works in its class, THE SPARTAN has won two medalists, eight firsts, and a second in its eleven years with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association of Columbia University. THE SPARTAN's six annual issues include the following: Fall, Christmas, Literary, Spring, Alumni, and Graduation. A typical issue consists of articles, features, editorials, and sports stories written by and for the students. Much experience in journalism, layout, and production is gained by THE SPARTAN staff, who put together a very praiseworthy school magazine of which MHS can be proud. l 3 I v V " . -I S ' I -.X , A fx, , J A as s, , , X, i , if 1' F, PRESSES AND BINDERY-Stew Savage, Tim Knaub, Pat CAMERA AND PREP-Seated: John Connor, Dave Eldridge. VanCise, Claude Robert, Torrance Caldwell, Keith Standing: Dayne Malloy, Dave Mootsey, Randy Malone, Bill Cavanaugh, Ralph Busha. McCurdy. 51 FLUTES: Phil Gulliver CLARINETS: James Culhane Bert Traub John Lehman Louis Laboy Robert Wiseman Tim McMullen Don Tillman William Ault John Abromavage William Ensor Ray Myers Rene Puliatti Ron Wolfe SAXOPHONES: Alan Krashesky Schuyler Brody Roger Sell Tom Camarota Roger Drake Roscoe Coleman Ken Shelton BARITONES: Mark Genovese John Falco Craig Martin w I TROMBONES: Tom Stack Paul Nash Jack Mehling Dave Sims Ray Ensor Greg Casamassa Dale Leiss Preston Morris John Schucker Steve Turner TUBAS: Kevin Carter Charles Calderone Brian Sherlock DRUMS: Sam Chieffo Greg Nader Craig Robinson Tony Schimdt Claude Robert Dave Anderson HO RNS: Tom Cannon Mark Lukowsky BELLS: Mike Sweger 0mWcz-zaxzqgcwdg " TRUMPETS: Ron White Ed Hugnes William Boykin Gary Fenstermaker Jeff Amold Charles Barndt Mickey Reho Robert Burke Kris Huber Dom Migliarese Ray Parker Paul Pappriska Jeff Robinson Keith Sipe Carmen Travagline Dave White Anthony Steele DRUM MAJOR: Ron Andrews . ,, ..,. . Ng, H 5 VB' L. Q, K A .f,.., . 52 a46cczZ0 ' ' of7fi942a' gy, , ,, N,., , Q.. 'ww my . - Q WMw--,.,,wla.f-- as mam... ,ww ,4J'v4lh0ls-v"9'f"4' I 4 Q sm - ,.,.- . W . -. ......, 'MW-sg .f...ff+f. , ' N 'W' . 5 Y. n,,,,,-PE iffx N new-Mfr-is , -iiffkjf 1 xi ,,,' Man Band Officerv-Bill Boykin. Jeff Arnold, Roger Sell. DRUM MAJOR.-Bert Traub, Ron Andrews QDrum Majorj, Phil Robinson. The 1977-78 Varsity Band under the direction of Ray B. Miller, turned out to be a good sounding, hard working, musical organization. In addition to a long schedule of school events throughout the year, the Band participated in the Hershey Halloween and Memorial Day Parades. A highlight of this year's schedule was participation in the 1977 Miss America Pagent at Atlantic City. The nine seniors in this year's Varsity Band were a great help in planning, selecting, writing and orchestrating the musical numbers. As in years before, the Band brought honor to the School as it has maintained its high musical standards throughout the year. ' V71 -59--51'-'zgfvw y .' fly.: g:'."s fiLgy"'5yfw4i25:'r'fH""H '-'- 4" , , wif' a:?'fr-:::43vrgp,:.f- -15 :gn I m'f7w"-F.L.,.f ,... ,... .F-..,,.'z-Wei: 2"- , 4- , 7' f . v ,. if i . ' i sf -- - . egg: QL, .4 f ,V , 3 ., 4 4 ,, ,ft ., I ....,...,w'- 1 nah:-.... -.at-a,.., ,... 53 f it li 5 Q . y ii ' S 1... A y. . , . . -. v ei Z z ,Fi 1' js - 7 A -- . -,f'-'f M -.-.....A... H., .,., 'H-'Nw f ..., , ....... M. T' Qi. ' .. - Miele:-wwff f f , f "'- : 1 -x-L W. . . G g?WK"e,.1w-2 -' . 3 . 'QW-vw.. ' 1 L 5 P Y gel? 'f4::"4f1Qri'i -'-' W"- lax! ef . . F i K EWS' - .. E .. ' 1 N - f .f fe l - ,, ..,.x , fi' ' .- Q :Qs ' W A A ' J' f ' f' - - . , -". ii . . ,SM .. .,... . .. -- ', 4 si. -if . - . ff . C , sv M X -,f...,.,ewe: - fe Ii Q39 hifi f- 1 xi ii - 9 ' Q, 4 , fa. rxgzxzizrzzif . ,, K. . h . ,. ..,.f, Q. .. .5 L.., . I. . , .. -, A.. L, i 5 X LQMAMT.. 'W e.,..w .. S we .gg ii.. Lo- 75 A l ' 1 ' , - 1+ S' am. - - I' Q. 1 -A' . 'W ffssi Q' .. L' .: ' .Q . ., "NA 2-1 . . ...M ii lil w 1 .....X,.-,M-.X fm Q .--L ., I . A .Qs Q Q -.'i4- " S-ia,-1 Q: . .5 .. 1-eify bfv + ..:zf. ' 9e K . f i . if .... W M' . M 'ef-fo: " I. .. -. -- " " ' " A "" .ire U" 'Qm,,,i...,.,:qsm,,xw., .,. ., . - X- -V . . . M ,..xw Af ---mar"" L:1a'3'.1iT.1Q'52',5B??.ief,x Unit A Gilbert. . Phil Robinson, Dave Santiago, Mark Williford, Doug Brudcr, Brian McDevitt, Bill Rampolla, Jay Marching Quick, Dwayne Murray, Derrick Graham, Randy Snyder, George DeMa.rco, Ron Gilbert, Mark Singer, Bill Griffin, Ken Roddick, Jim Anglin, John Cole, Ray Baker, Rick London, Larry eaditada JPQIZDZ Bill Ballough, Color Guard-Kneeling: Ju Woo, Mark Stump. Standing: Russ McDaniels, Steve Seeburger, Todd Harris, Dave Lynch, Ernie Lehman. .. E .,..,,. Q? , x S 5 Eli' - s 5, f 5 5 ., Q, , E HANDBELL RINGERS-First Row: Harold E. Reichard iDirectorJ, Stuart Gingerich, Don Kerr, Benjamin Kiehl, Rodney Gingerich, Anita Sweeney, Loren Hummel. Second Row: Malcom Wise, Steve Alfcra, Louise Keonoman, Keith Bloss, Matt Hartman, Michael Youngblood. 54 The Spartan Jazz Band prepares . . . for another outstanding concert. Om Sp fag? Zami Wlauml mdddd The Spartan Jazz Band, whether performing for the purpose of entertainment or in competition, generates a warm atmosphere for the many people listening. Directed by William A. Grove, this group shows the talent which is often found at M.H.S. At Central Penn Stage Band Competition each year, this organization is Well recognized as highly dedicated at giving much of their acquired talent for others' pleasure. eg? T if -+3 , , , .,Wi' Spartan First Row: Bob Wiseman, Phil Gulliver, Schuyler Brody, Don Tillman, Alan Krashesky, Bert J Traub, Dorn Migliarese. Second Row: Claude Robert, Roger Sell, Greg Nader, Sam Chieffo, azz Joe Mulligan. Third Row: Ray Parker, Mickey Reho, Ed Hughes, Jeff Arnold, Tom Cannon, Band Bill Boykin, Mark Genovese, John Falco, David Simms, Ray Ensor, Tom Stack, John Schucker. 55 Glee Club-First Row: Mike Sweger, Dan Gross, Mark Schmoel, Stew Savage, Scott Mengenie, Rene Puliatti, Steve Dudas, Tom Stack, Mickey Reho. Second Row: Tom Cannon, Jeff Robinson, Randy Snyder, Ron Andrews, Alan Krashesky, Roger Sell. Joe Mulligan, Schuyler Brody, Claude Robert. With a Widely varied repertoire and an abundance of vocal talent, the Glee Club is always sure to perform well. Performing at conventions, churches, and social activities, as well as other high schools bordering Pennsylvania, the Glee Club is one of the Omgleeglulp ' organizations that performs on and off campus. With 25 years of direction, Virgil L. Alexander continues to provide the leadership for the Milton Hershey Glee Club, one of the premier vocal organizations in Central Pennsylvania. 1 e ec or Kevin Ulmer QLibra.rianJ, Jeff Robinson QAssistant-Librarianj. V.L. Alexander CDirector7, G e lr t Pete Kennedy QHistorianJ, Ron Andrews CSecretaryJ, Jim Forner CVice-Presidentj, Bill and Offlcers Lawrence QPresidentJ. 56 w...Q...fW.-H, MW,.,,,,,, , - -A K-i - K L mba? V3 I IN Vkkh ,ff lx 5,5 .VV,,, 3, ,,,,lEQj. grim, ,yn,,, ,l ,,,,, 1 L,,,, 4,527 ,ik, , .,,V YKQK I , . H7 Glee Club-First Row: Bob Burke, Jim Forner, Kevin Carter, Bert Traub, Pete Kennedy, Tony Theodate, Kevin Ulmer, John Connor. Second Row: Fernando Press, Dom Migliarese, Jack Mehling, Tony Schmidt, Bill Boykin, Mike Merrick, Jerry Kline. Jim Tindal, Bill Lawrence. 74eZ'e4tmWacczZ5 ' Tony Schmidt, Jerry Kline, Mike Merrick, Jim Tindal, Jack Mehling, Tom Stack sings in rare form. and Pete Kennedy entertain the "home" crowd. 7th and 8th Grade Choir-First Row: Craig Wannemaker, Glenn Bykowski, Reggie Bowers, Harry Watson, Mark Hummel, Darryl Hankins, Dan Jackson, Matt Sturdivant. Second Row: Jay Basile, Harrison Bruder, Terry Arnold, Glenn Riggi, Chris Griffin, Clifton Jackson, James Jones, Fred Robinson, Leland Cogdell, Greg Bogden. Third Row: Norman Mazer, Matt Hartman, Joe Pringle, Chris Hess, Keith Bloss, Douglas Schofield, Elizabeth Gilliam, Sue Van Buskirk, Tracey Hummel, James Carroll, Michael Youngblood, Tony Barkley, Nancy McDonald. Fourth Row: Peter Litchaver, Robert Sweeney, Paul Carrico, David Wagner, Nina Segeda, Roger Dellinger, Bonnie Cole, Leslie Mayer, Harrison Jackson, Tom Woodard, Anthony Maldonado, Walter Bock. Fifth Row: Donald Kerr, Alvin White, Todd Leiss, Mark Facey, Stewart Gingerich, Allan Lynch, William Mauser, Robert Foster, Jody Corvese, Arthur Kinser, Russell Resh, Keith Gaines, Steve Loose. Absent: Steve Patterson, Nick Beidelman, Anita Sweeney, Ellen Genovese. Michael Dixon. ' ,bcw64me'7' 6 ' and 'Walla renews RSRRWNWM BROWN AND GOLD BAND-First Row: Glenn Myers, Tom Woodard, Mike Dixon, Russ Resh, Reggie Bowers, Billy Mills, Jim Carroll, Brad Wannamacher, Rod Gingerich, Cliff Way, Jim Beaver, Ed Pringle, Eric Dupree, Richard Menginie, Harry Jackson, John Trumbull, Keith Robinson, Jim Dunn, Bob Sweeney, Bob Dixon, Mark Funk, Paul Granger, Glenn Riggi, Ari-on Denson. Second Row: Bill Weaver, Tom Wicker, Phil Newcombe, Brian McNamara, Terry Arnold, Bernie Culp, John Lundfelt, Steve McKenna, Tony Baublitz, Daryll Hankins, Chris Griffin, Don McCurdy, Ted Cogdell, Allen Lynch, Joe Turowski, Frank Chieffo, Glenn Bykowski Keith Litchaur, Brian Ditzler, Dan Zucatti, Norm Mazer, Pete Moncrief. Third Row: Keith Bloss, Randy Boyd, Rick Williams, Harry Watson, Tom Ryan, Eric Welsh, Myron McCurdy, Richard Potts, Paul Carrico, Nancy McDonald, Ellen Genovese, Anita Sweeney, Larry Rago, Steve Loose, Jody Corvese, Don Kerr, Stew Gingerich, Fred Robinson, Dave Wagner, Bob Gurt, Tony Corvese, Loren Hummel, Ken Kerr, Gregg Bogden. MEMORIAL HALL CHOIR-First Row: Richard Slusser, Stanley Segeda, Edward Jones, Thomas Clancy, Gordon Reed, Michael Krimmel, Peter Gurt, James Martin, Kelly Harrison, Shawn Hummel, Michael Gingerich, Shawn Humphrey. Second Row: Kasandra Eshelman, Sheila Parks, Richard Lister, Mark Dixon, Thomas White, Roberta Weiss, Cindy Ward, Lisa Shockley, Kimberly Segeda, Grayce Bond, Danielle Fisher, Jon Lundfelt, Vincent Hulock, Thomas Diamond. Third Row: Brian Alvord, John Wilson, Jeffrey Whitney, Andrew Williams, Harry Weaver, Kenneth Erdley, Diane Bloss, Brendan Clark, Kenneth Simpson, Victor Young, Christopher Harris, Michael Moore, James Carter. Fourth Row: Christopher Maher, Timothy Walker, Gerald Lynn, Gregory Kanezes, Alan Kanczes, Scott Richardson, Dennis Peterson, Christopher Ruggieri, Lynette E. Waller Uxclviserb, Anthony Williams, Samuel Shoemaker, Roy Wilson, Anthony Kloc, James White, Robert Halbleib, James Switalski, Scott O'Neil. Q 6 SIXTH GRADE CHORUS-First Row: Shawn Parks, Deane McCurdy, Craig Potts, John Haughey, Scott Adams, Aaron Denson, Wade Taylor, Keith Robinson, Robert Dixon. Second Row: Edwin Pringle, Eric Dupree, Clarence Reese, Keith Litchziuer, Richard Menginie, Marvin Oliver. Third Row: Randolph Boyd, Jeffrey Steiner, Micheal Santigo, James Horton, Maurice Williams, Harry Ballard, Brian Ditzlcr, Bernard Culp, Michael Olszewski, Richard Lewis, James Dunn, Lynette E. Waller 1DirectorJ. Fourth Row: Glenn Myers, Lynn Nichols, Joseph Maloney, Tina Watson, Judy Shoekley, Juanita Williams, Brandt Henderson, Rodney Gingerich, Lisa Ruggieri, Mary Mullins, Mark Funk, Lisa Low. 59 Explorer Scouts and Leaders 3 Q. .4 biilll 6 Af -fl' Y First Row: Dave 0'Reilly, Mike Ballantine, Alex D'Ambrosio, Jeff Dellinger, Jerry Carse,Tim Malone, Howard Carrico, Fred Fouad, Bill Ault, Jim Sambrotta, Jim Culhane, Jesse Carse. Second Row: Tom Powell, Bill Allison, Roger Drake, Dave Valkos, Bill Norton, Gary Keffer, Tom Hess, Gary Williams, Scott Fasnacht, Bryce Matthews, Tony Clerico, Jeff Fasnacht, Brian Coleman. Third Row: Brian Malone, Leonard Kozlowski 4AdviserJ, William Yackley fAdviserJ, Lee Akins, Greg Casamassa. ' 2amdZZ40wz Scouting at M.H.S. ranges from Troop 75 on a hike to Post 475 camping in Virginia. The scouting program at M.H.S. starts with Intermediate students in a scout camp in the summer. Then, once a scout enters the Senior Division, he may, if he shows a desire, live at either of the Explorer Posts, Bonniemead or Fosterleigh. EAGLE SCOUTS-Kneeling: Bryce Matthews, Gary Keffer, Brian Coleman. Standing: Bill Norton, Bill Allison, Leonard Koziowslii iadviserj, Roger Drake, William Yackley Cadviserj, Tom Hess. 60 BOY SCOUTS- First Row: Phil Newcomb, Jim Langer, Craig Wanamaker, Jay Basile, George Dunn, Ken Rohrbach, Chris Malone, Bill Mills. Second Row: Keith Bloss, Harry Watson, Tom Ryan, Norm Mazer, Larry Hathavqay, Chris Krawczuk, Terry Arnold, Tony Maldonado, Steve McKenna, Al Lynch. Third Row: QScout Leadersj Mr. Ekstrom, Mr. Harris, Mr. White, Mr. Helm, Mr. Akins. .x1SAss.:...Yf.f..,..o ,mx Na Senior Senate 'Me First Row: Mike Black, Roger Drake, Perry Kellam, David Eldridge, Al Greene, Claude Robert, Bill Norton, Joe Cygan, Mike Quino, Don Poole, Mike Vanderslice, Luke Mitchell, Randy Snyder. Second 'Rowz Bob Black, Bill Coskey, Steve Slabonik, Rusty Ryan, Ed Hughes, Andy Brody, Tony Magyar, John Drumheller, Randy Bleiler, Phil Quindlen, Tony Daggett, Phil Robinson. Third Row: Mike Simms, Paul White, Denny Burke, Jim Forner, Dave Leiss, Fred Amacher, Al Williams, Chet Weaver, John Dennish, Scott Fasnacht, Tom Mills, Rick London, Lance Riegler. Fourth Row: Dave Mendelson, Ron Gilbert, Jeff Arnold, Tony Clerico, Tony Leggieri, Dwight Hansen, Jim Culhane, Randy Dawes, Gary Keffer. Absent: Alan Krashesky, Bill Lawrence. . S S . f 5,4-f O Intermediate First Row: Ted Cogdell, Kerry Lehman, Marv Oliver, Nancy McDonald, Marty Passerrello, Craig Wannemacher, Darryl Hankins. Second Row: John White, Chris Malone, Harry Ballard, l-larry Senate Jackson, Lisa Ruggieri, George Helffrich, John Truax, George Dunn, Tim McDevitt. Third Row: Keith Bloss, Ron Hollis, Ken Rohrbach, Lesley Mayer, Steve Loose, Paul Carrico, Tom Ryan, Chris Kruwczuk, Pete Moncreief, Don Sutherland, Bill Mills, Reggie Bowers. Fourth Row: Dan Ross, Don Kerr, Steve Kwiatowski, Chris Griffin, Keith Gaines, Kevin West, Alan Lynch, Bill Mauser, Rick Adinolfi, Dan Foley, Lisa Dunkleberger. Fifth Row: Dave Creedon, Anita Sweeney, M. Nelson Durand QAdviserJ, Bob Gurt, Mike Dixon. National Honor seated: John Cogdell, Dave Valkos. standing: Anon M. Hoover fAdviserJ, Rene Kohler, Alan Society and Advisers Krashesky, Mark Strangeway. 'Mace ' ' S 'Wwe Student LeadBI'Ship Kneeling: Jim Former, Gary Keffer, Ron DiBetta, John Cogdell, Rusty Ryan, Luke Mitchell, ' - Bob Gordon. Standing: Brad Woodcraft, Barry Woodcraft, Bill Lawrence, Randy Bhfiler, Pat Society and Advlsers Lister, Don Poole, Dave Valkos, Kenneth A. Longenecker CAdviserD. Om S ' ' Kneeling' Jeff Arnold lim Forner Rusty Ryan Jim Culhane Stevv Slihwmk Bula Black Mike Student Cablnet Black, Dave Mcndelson. Standing: .V. L. Alexander lAdviserJ: Willisun lil Helier' '50 CAdyiscrJ. and Advisers Pat Lister, Alan Krashesky, Barry Woodcraft, Rodger Drake, Bob .Yom-5, Bill Lawrence, Kenneth A. Longenecker QAdvlse1'J. 4w6M7W W Aer0nauFlcs Bob Mushrush, Terry W, Baylor fAdviserJ, Dan Falco, Joe Loxterkamp, Greg Nader, Kevin alld AdVlS6I'S Martin, Ray Parker, Ken Alvord and Randy Pribut work on their projects. Officials Post's refs who keep intramural sports running smoothly. Barry Woodcraft, Don Poole, Kenneth Longenecker QAdviserJ, Gary Keffer, Ron DiBetta, John A. Storm QAdviserJ, Jim Randy Bleiler and Bob Gordon at a meeting of the Student Forner at a meeting of leadership. Leadership Society. P t L. t t d. I d th 1 d s Alan Krashesky, multitalented designer ofthe 1978 a ls er cs an mg, ea S e ea ers ACROPOLIS cover, works at a Student Cabinet Meeting. 4 T5 DUB EIFFUINEIH ING' . HI ULIE BDI!! smms Dan Durham Phil Quindlen James Ott Ed Wasson Brad Woodcraft Mark Strangeway .HL Tha. Lyle Trumbull John Gildea Brad Challingsworth Scott Wienhold Bryce Matthews Tom Hissick QeZ47!405Qfaac62aaac247 In another undefeated season, the Spartan Thinclads outran the rest of the C.A.C. for the third consecutive year of gaining the Championship. With a first in the Conference Meet, a first at the Hereford Invitational, and a seventh at the District 3 Meet, Mr. Ruth's coaching once again contributed greatly. With excellent athletes such as seniors Dan Durham, Ed Wasson, and Mark Strangeway, and junior Phil Quindlen leaving, the dedication of junior Paul Harris, sophomores Brad Woodcraft and Lyle Trumbull, and freshmen Jim Ott and John Gildea shall play a major role in next years season. No course records were broken by the Spartan Harriers this year, however the nine additional Wins now bring the Brown and Gold to a splendid thirty-four consecutive victory string, and also brings Coach Ruth's career record to ninety-three wins, seventeen losses, and three ties. Edward B. Ruth fCoachJ sg a I is CROSS COUNTRY MHS OPP Sept. 7 H-burg Forfeit to MHS 15 Palmyra 25 35 19 E. Pennsboro 16 49 22 Hershey 25 30 29 Middletown 15 55 Oct. 3 Cumberland V. 15 55 6 Susq. Twp. 15 55 10 Red Land 15 55 13 Mechanicsburg 16 48 20 C.A.C. Conference Meet lst Place - 5th straight year Conference Record - 9 wins - 0 losses C.A.C. Champions once again!! 65 Dan Durham glides easily to victory for Mark Strangeway finishes in a top the Spartans. position. i Sophomore Lyle Trumbull shows great promise. Ed Wasson and others prepare for yet another Spartan victory. 3' I tg if f I Phil Quindlen was a great Spartan Strider. Strangeway, Wasson, Durham, Ott and Quindlen finish at the top together. The tough Spartan defense makes another stop for a loss. K Al Greene receives an award from Mr. Huber The grinding offense scores again. A1 Greene skirts the end for a big gainer. JOB Vanderslice Out NHS the Entire OPPOHGMCS Joe Vanderslice hands off to Bobby Lynn as others block. defense. stint? was fssffzefs , .f:.'2':':."."S .4 spfiwil John DIUTIIIICUCILQB Joe Vanderslice-QB SPARIA EN A 415' 7 Art Rowell-TE mmm ,,.f.Ars I John Flynn-FB Tony Simpson-OG SYARTANS, Joe Mulligan-OG Steve Slabonik-OG , A 5I..'F2'a Ron Dilietta-OT Denny Burke-C EYARTLX5 l hn- Bob Lynn-FL Pat Lister-TB?-P Dan Clark-FB Troy Foreman-TB 'Me Waudq ?ao1!5aZ6 eam FOOTBALL COACHES-Kneeling: Michael S. Shifflet. Kenneth L. Snyderil-lead Coachb, Warren H. Hitz.Standing: Charles H. Kamp, Kenneth W. Sharp '65, Robert J. Schelhorn, Gilson G. Cash, Robert W. Wallace. Absent: John A. Hoerner. This year's edition of the Spartan Football Team surged to its seventh straight winning season and a fourth place finish in the C.A.C. Including this year's totals of 7-3-1, the varsity has compiled a cumulative 36-12-2 record in the five years since Ken Snyder took over as head coach. Balance was the name of the game for the offensive attack. Quarterback Joe Vanderslice completed 58 percent of his passes for a total of 867 yards. On the receiving end, Bob Lynn caught 37 passes for 437 yards and was an All-Conference selection, and, along with Art Rowell, who made 22 receptions for 311 yards and three touchdowns, headed a reliable group. Dan Clark, Al Greene, and Pat Lister usually carried the ball for the potent ground game. A formidable defense had stand-outs like Scott Barkley, who led the team in tackles and assists, and the team's other All-Conference choice, Al Greene, with 7 interceptions. Other mainstays were Randy Bleiler, Art Rowell, Don Poole and Ron DiBetta. sfnsw in- 'ir S'2?'i"5 Brian Malone-C Barry Woodcraft-OT Jim Stain--SE hed Owen.-SE 68 SPA R TA N5 T gamma 'Yi A U1 Don Poole-DB Paul White-DB A1 Greene-DB Bob Barkley-DB Mike Black-DB4-K Luke Mitchell-DB Zfzeeda S Fade VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD MHS OPP R Sept. 2 Dallastown 6 6 A 9 Hershey 18 8 I-G P an 17 Palmyra 20 6 24 East Pennsboro 21 7 Scott Bukley-LB Joe lon-DE Oct. 1 Harrisburg 7 6 7 Lower Dauphin 6 21 14 Middletown 10 0 21 Cumberland Valley 0 41 29 Susquehanna Twp. CI-Iomecomingj 32 0 Nov. 5 Red Land 22 18 12 Mechanicsburg 10 19 RECORD 7 wins 3 losses 1 tie , LRTAI ! 1 171 ff 2 I 2 Larry Hazelwood-MG Vince Tolomeo-DT Randy Bleiler-DT The offense huddles for another scoring drive. Russ Ken-DT YARTARS Jamie MacDonald--LB Bob Williams-DE Steve Puliatti-DE I Elm. 1 69 FW? Pu44fofz?uZcneS JV Football First Row: Paul White, Bob Barkley, John Drumheller, John Flynn, Brian Hummel, Troy Foreman, Mike Black. Second Row: Dave Santiago. Steve Slabonik, Jim Kendall, Doug Amick, John Dennish, Vince Tolomeo, Ed Dennin, Brian Malone, Joe Ion. Third Row: Charles Kamp fCoachJ, Eric Jenkins, Chris Grossman, Mark Mitchell, Louis Walker, Jeff Finkey, Mike Boggs, Kris Huber, Lance Davis, Chris Potts QManagerJ. Fourth Row: Jamie McDonald, Keith Mentzer, Mark Jordan, Jeff Arnold, Mike Koeneman, Bill Leach, Ralph Medis, Steve Puliatti. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 70 MHS . Sept. 15 Palmyra 38 A 22 East Pennsboro 20 29 Hershey 18 Oct. 3 Harrisburg 16 6 Lower Dauphin 22 13 Middletown 28 20 Cumberland Valley 6 27 Susquehanna Twp. 6 Nov. 3 Red Land 22 RECORD 6 wins 2losses 1 tie The JV offense prepares to score again. OPP 0 6 0 0 22 7 27 14 12 Freshman Football First Row: Dave Griffin, Dwayne Foreman, Roscoe Coleman, Lendell Withers, Tom Herbert, Vince Alston, Bill Lundy, Jim Rowe, Pete Gillooly, Mike Clancy. Second Row: Bill Ensor, Carlton Bleiler. Virgil Writsett, Art Cooper, Gary lrwin, Anthony Steele, Dennis Smith, Alvin Steele, Joe Hunsicker, Greg Casamassa, Tim Poole. Third Row: Clyde Bodkins Cstat.J, Vince Zaccarelli, John Woodward, Mike Simpson, Bob Priest, Bob Jones, Brent Hazelwood, Don Epling, Mike Moyer. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RECORD Sept. 28 Mechanicsburg Oct. 5 Red Land 12 Hershey 19 Palmyra Nov. 2 East Pennsboro RECORD 1'win Wwe 7 I MHS OPP 8 42 14 16 0 6 0 22 16 0 4 losses acid ,..........-nl First Row: Leroy Galloway iassistant coachl, T. Arnold, A. White, T. Malanado, C. Griffin, B. C h - Gurt, J. Corvese, B. Mills, D. Kerr, S. Lundfelt. Second Row: T. Verdon, B. Mauser, J. Beaver, K. at erme Kerr, A. Lynch, G. Hess, P. Heins, D. Foley, C. Hess, D. Ross, E. Hutchings. Third Row. John Grab Football Lassistant coachh, K. Bloss, K. Gaines, K. Eason, D. Wagner, J. Zaccerilli, S. Loose, D. Gaines, K. Fisher, B. MacNamara, C. Jackson, D. Scofield, S. Gingerich, Robert J. Schelhorn Qhead coachy. 71 0mS' Mike Merrick Bob Black Tony Magyar Bill Ballough Guy Williams Paul White Kevin Ulmer Mark Hickey Brad Woodcraft John Boran .lack Mehling VARSITY SWIMMING Dec. 1 Central Dauphin 57 115 9 East Pennsboro 95 56 16 C.D. East 77 94 20 Cedar Crest 64 114 Jan. 6 Palmyra 78 94 13 Mechanicsburg 40 126 20 20 Hershey 70 101 27 Cumberland Val. 63 109 Feb. 3 Sus. Twp. 109 62 Wins: 2 Losses: 7 The 1978 edition of the Varsity Swimming Team had a difficult year but worked hard. Seniors Bob Black, Mike Merrick, Tony Magyar, Joe Cygan, and Bill Ballough added strong leadership and incentive for the underclassmen. Diving star Kevin Ulmer was one of the bright spots in the season. Coach Thieler says next year will be a building year. Richard Thieler Ulead Coachj, Kenneth Kauffman QCoachJ, The Swimming Team poses before a meet. Robert Bortel fCoachJ. 72 . . Hagen Kevin Ulmer was one of the CAC's top divers. Tony Magyar excells in the free style. Troy Rosendale, a freshman, shows great promise Gary Williams works on his back stroke. Bill Ballough waits for Tony Magyar to touch Bgb Black dgeg the butterfly, as Mike Merrick and Bob Black look on. John COMIC! Andy Brody John Buuell Jim Connor Ron Gilbert Dayne Malloy Jeff Arnold Harry Dulio Jeff Shapiro Jeff Patterson Mike Chieffo Craig Robinson Kevin Martin Jim Carnahan Darryl Hanldns Andy Brody QCaptainJ, Robert Weidman '71 QCoachJ, John Connor 4CaptainJ. VARSITY GYMNASTICS Dec. 3 Manheim Twp. 7 Brandywine QDel.J 14 Penn Manor 17 Lower Dauphin Jan. 7 Cumberland Valley 21 Tri-County Championship 25 Hempfield 28 Lower Dauphin Feb. 1 Cumberland Valley 4 CAC Champions!! Tri-County Champions!! 87.19 85.50 99.86 87.98 94.31 First 99.20 85.63 103.48 3rd place - District 3 Championship!! Wins: 7 Losses: 2 75.76 99.83 106.35 46.90 82.07 Place 98.23 45.40 89.57 C02 Wow Weffm The Gymnastics Team continued its winning way by capturing its fourth straight CAC Championship. New head coach Bob Weidman '71 led his team to a 6 and 2 record with senior stars, John Connor, Jim Connor, John Russell, and Andy Brody. A first place was achieved in the Tri-County Meet once again. At press time, John Russell, John Connor and Jim Connor will be attending the State Championships. N John Connor works on the parallel bln. A.ndy Brody develops high Jim Connor works on the side horse. Craig Robinson does an L competence on the rings. Seat. I I I I John Connor performs a straight arm Stutze. Jeff Patterson does an L Seat on the parallel bars. N.. John Russell dinmounts the side horse. Jeff Shapiro performing a Dislocate on the still rings. .5 me . .. George Parris makes an easy layup- Jim Staggs hits from outside. This year's edition of the varsity basketball team fashioned a 14-7 record for rookie coach Mike Weller '66. Including in the Spartan's overall mark was a 13-5 win loss total in C.A.C. competition. Senior Al Greene, otherwise known as "Dr. G," managed to top the team in scoring in addition to capturing the school record in assists with a career total of 248. George Parris and Bob Lynn also averaged double figures in scoring while leading the team in rebounding and steals, respectively. The absence of seniors Cal Little, Jim Staggs, Fred Owens, Abe Hill, and Don Poole will be sorely felt next year. Junior stand-outs Joe Vanderslice and Art Rowell are being counted on to help pick up the slack. VARSITY BASKETBALL MHS OPP. Nov. 25 Bishop McDevitt 80 57 29 Steel-High 86 89 Dec. 2 Phoenixville 66 83 6 Hershey 80 85 9 Red Land 86 40 13 Middletown 60 68 16 Lower Dauphin 63 61 COT! 20 Susquehanna Twp. 69 55 22 Cumberland Valley 59 57 Jan. 4 Mechanicsburg 79 66 6 Palmyra 82 38 10 East Pennsboro 87 72 17 Hershey 62 77 20 Red Land 69 55 24 Middletown 72 84 27 Lower Dauphin 63 82 31 Susquehanna Twp. 61 59 Feb. 3 Cumberland Valley 54 53 7 Mechanicsburg 108 63 10 Palmyra 62 52 14 East Pennsboro 81 74 Wins 14 Losses: 7 - , Head Basketball Coach D. Michael Weller '66 and Captain Al Greene. I Coach Weller works on strategy. Abe Hill Joe Vanderslice Don Poole Bob Lynn QE! Jim Stalls A1 Greene Al Greene goes up for a rebound. Calvin Little George Parris Bryan Hummel Fred Owens Art Rowell Eric Jenkins Calvin Little hits from the comer. Bob Lynn was a high percentage foul shooter 'Me W ' '7wc2ze '7' ch ,4cL'c2w Art Rowell hits from the outside. A1 Greene grabs another rebound. 78 OMQW75 76dmWvCl'4?M4'7 LV. BASKETBALL TEAM-First Row: Kris Huber, Mike Black, Tom Brennan, John Drumheller, Dave Sims. Second Row: Michael S. Shifflet Qcoachj, Bill Leach, Charles Sawyer, Steve Puliatti, Ken Jones, Joe Smith. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 25 29 2 6 9 13 16 20 22 4 6 10 17 20 24 27 31 3 7 10 14 Under the direction of first year coach Michael Shifflet, the junior varsity basketball team completed their season with an overall record of 14 wins and 7 losses. The offense was paced by the one-two scoring punch of Tom Brennan and Bill Leach, While Joe Smith, Steve Puliatti and John Drumheller combined to dominate the rebounding department and contribute their share of scoring. These and other members of the JV squad should help to improve the varsity's fortunes in future seasons. MHS OPP. Bishop McDevitt 41 51 Steel-High 60 56 Phoenixville 73 79 OT Hershey 46 47 Red Land 58 28 Middletown 60 39 Lower Dauphin 61 38 Susquehanna Twp. 45 35 Cumberland Valley 48 36 Mechanicsburg 52 42 Palmyra 56 36 East Pennsboro 59 63 Hershey 39 43 Red Land 88 46 Middletown 45 47 OT Lower Dauphin 22 36 Susquehanna Twp. 74 37 Cumberland Valley 68 40 Mechanicsburg 77 48 Palmyra 72 31 East Pennsboro 79 57 Wins: 14 Losses: 7 Tom Brennan wins a dpoff. 79 Freshman First Row: Jim Sambrotta Cmanagerb, Jim Ott, Sid Pope, Pete Gillooly, Tim Poole imanagerj. Second Row: Ray Narvaez fmanagerj, Ed Stevenson, Ken Sawyer, Bob Priest, Basketball George Gillooly, Tony Steele, Dave Griffin, Arthur H. Kline CCoachJ. law 05654 ' KJ ,wht :nv K i' First Row: Chris Griffin, Mark Zegretti, Harrison Jackson, Lester Shockley Dave Seltzer, Catherine Hall Billy Mills. second Row: Gerald R. Long qcoacm, Jim Thumma qstausrieiarn, Richard Basketball Adinolfi, Brandt Henderson, Bob Gurt, A1 Lynch, Lawson Blair, Keith Gaines, Tom Verdon Qmanagerj. 80 E C il xi J' 9 N 3 t if ag 3 f r dx X N, :N , X' as . ' r Y 's .. Xl' . tx . x sf , R . r . ifQm:a. s Carl F. Rhodes '60 Coach 3 ' ' f i Om Yfwmtq' 70 Howard Carrico 98 Ib. class Jim Truax Jim Forner Bill Coskey Jesse Carse Fred Fouad 105 lb- class 112 lb- CUSS 119 lb. class 119 lb. class 126 lb. class Luis Laboy 132 lb. class uw. I . ,gf 1 1 P c , is r t tx s W as r if . fr 53 5 i. J- Ron DiBetta Heavyweight - F3 A. Larry Hazelwood Pat Lister Dan Clark Steve Slabonik Bill Allison 138 lb. class 145 lb. class 155 lb. class 167 lb. class 185 lb. class -Y VARSITY WRESTLING MHS OPP. Dec. 1 Lebanon 55 5 8 Palmyra 25 19 15 East Pennsboro 36 18 17 Cedar Crest 57 3 22 Hershey 23 21 Jan. 7 Lower Dauphin 13 36 12 Middletown 55 6 19 Cumberland Valley 14 25 24 Garden Spot 35 15 26 Susquehanna Twp. 38 13 28 Conrad Weiser 42 11 31 Manheim Central 25 18 Feb. 2 Red Land 27 24 9 Mechanicsburg 31 20 11 Carlisle 29 14 11 Bethlehem Freedom 21 26 The coaches and wrestling team members look on the action- CAC Wins: 7 Losses: 2 Total Wins: 13 Losses: 3 The 1977 - 1978 edition of the Spartan Varsity Wrestling Squad finished with an impressive 13-3 record, the best in ten years. Under head coach Carl Rhodes '60, the Spartans finished third in CAC competition, but managed to advance Larry Hazelwood and Dan Clark, juniors along with sophomore Steve Slabonik, to the district tournament, and Jim Forner, senior, to the state tournament. Finishing out their wrestling careers at Milton Hershey are seniors Pat Lister with a three year record of 28-17-2, and Jim Forner with a three year record of 37-13-4. Others leaving the Spartan wrestling squad include Bill Allison and Dan Clark. One of the famed achievements of this year's team was a 23-21 victory over Hershey, the first such victory in tive years. 82 s0Z06tQg0d6Z4f0'LSddC6440t77f4f g N N Steve Slabonik hustles for another reversal. Fred Fouad strives for an easy switch. Fonner wrestling coach Andrew Kovach now a member of the Central -Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame. Dan Clarke moves from bottom to top. ' Larry Hazelwood works for two points. Louie Laboy moves for a take down. ,f Ji X 1 199 ll ' it ' f W' , . Sli? fr 4 K X X! Io may Wefuleq Sahel X 3 I Recently inducted into the Central Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame, Andrew Kovach, Senior Hall teacher, has brought honor to himself and pride to Milton Hershey School. Through his efforts wrestling was initiated at the School in the '47-'48 school year. His record as a head coach is impressive. During the years 1950-1959, for example, his teams won 117 and lost 5, and had 8 perfect seasons to give to the team 8 League Championships. QW70fze4z'Zew 'MPM ' J.V. Wrestling Team-Kneeling: Bob Skelton, Larry Gilbert, Mike Mastro, Dave Mendelson, Jim Johnston, Charles Ward, Vernon Donton. Standing: Richard A. Mattis '63 fCoachJ, Mark Wienhold, Alex Barianos, Harry Reese. Mike Sanford, Dennis Teeter, Don Epling, Dave Lein, Dan Gross. Absent: John McGaw, Brian Malone. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING MHS OPP. Dec. 1 Lebanon 57 21 8 Palmyra 15 37 15 East Pennsboro 42 8 17 Cedar Crest 28 0 22 Hershey 6 47 Jan. 7 Lower Dauphin 12 46 12 Middletown 33 29 19 Cumberland Valley 12 42 24 Garden Spot 12 0 26 Susquehanna Twp. 11 0 28 Conrad Weiser 23 5 31 Manheim Central 17 36 Feb. 2 Red Land 27 41 9 Mechanicsburg 33 31 , 1 1 Carlisle 18 45 Jim Johnston pins an opponent. 1 1 Bethlehem Freedom 16 45 CAC Wins: 4 Losses: 5 Total Wins: 8 Losses:8 Dave Mendelson escapes again! Jesse Carse adds to his list of pins. 84 JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING TEAM-First Row: D. Rodney Chamberlain QCoachJ, Paul Di Hansen 1CoachJ. Second Row: Tony Rvcciha. John Scheckcr, George Dunn, John Wannemaker, Alex D'Ambrosio, Dave Mclvor, Tim Malone, Charles Lister, Mike Mazzerolle, John White, Nico Boyd, Ed Blumbling, Dave Walker. Third Row: Roscoe Coleman, Bob Martin, Carlton Bleiler, Bob Jones, Dennis Smith, Alvin Steele, Mike Simpson, Brent Hazelwood, Dave Pinkney. Fourth Row: Randy Bleiler Cmanagerl, Wilfred Carse. Bill Dunkelberger, Art Cooper, Greg Casamassa, John Rowe Qmanagerj, Bill Mauser, Mike Moyer, Dan Ross, Dan Riggeri, Barry Woodcraft fassistant coachj. ' ?'lo?acZda 7wmgM Wwwdfcy JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING MHS OPP Carlisle 33 37 MHS OPP. Cumberland Valley 35 27 Palmyra 15 49 Scotland Forfeit East Pennsboro 75 is Sufjqifhznna jg 2: Hershey 48 32 R2 '39 1 Annville-Cleona 62 12 MeCh""'cSb"'g 51 15 Lower Dauphin 41 21 Wins: 9 Losses: 2 -K K K 1 Apr. 8 Dauphin County Inv. 11 Palmyra 14 East Pennsboro 18 Hershey 21 Lower Dauphin 22 Shippensburg Relays 25 Middletown 28 Cumberland Valley 29 Elizabethtown Relays May 2 Susquehanna 5 Red land 6 Ephrata Relays -- 9 Mechanicsburg TRACK COACHES- Edward B. Ruth, Leroy M. Galloway, Robert J, scheihom fHead Coacm, J. Robert Borzei, Kenneth w. sharp '6 5. 13 CAC Meet OMS' ,-4fze7Uc2mew Q ? L i E ? fx lx' bimsv' Joe Lister wins a relay- Great form in the pole vault is shown by Pat A1 Greene outclasses the field in Lister. the long lump. lil' 1 'A r . -4' 'TEH , 2 ' , ' ,V l'k.iJ:ff ' gi , -1 , ,. A ' YW Another first place finish is won Randy Bleiler puts the shots and outdistances Ken Rooney and Ed Wasson finish by Dan Durham. the field. high in a distance event. 86 74a Z' 7mm D ' Apr. X May 4 6 11 13 18 20 25 27 2 4 9 11 16 Rusty Ryan provided a solid bat and excellent outfield defense. Cumberland Valley Middletown Lower Dauphin Susquehanna Hershey Red Land Palmyra Mechanicsburg Middletown Lower Dauphin Susquehanna Hershey East Pennsboro BASEBALL COACHES- Michael S. Shifflet. Robert W Wallace il-lead Coachy. Absent: Paul D. Hansen. Luke Mitchell sent many a batter away shaking his head. Bobby Lynn provided strong de fense up the middle. Bob Black diSPl3YS excellent defensive Skill 31008 Some top players in their new uniforms along with the coaches. with a solid bat. 87 accm au! 771715 Our soccer stars use their heads well. Milton Hershey? 1978 Powerful soccer team. Bob Welheolter makes another sensational save. 74eq Wap ZwpZt47a: ' ? , . 1 A f 1 , . L, yi Q v K . 0 'MQ i ! 'I STUDENT TRAINERS-Sitting: Jeff Fasnacht., Tim STUDENT EQUIPMENT MANAGERS-Kneeling: Ralph McMullen, John Cogdell, Standing: Roger Drake, Larry E, Beck. Tom Beck. Standing: Wayne McCurdy, George Segeda Casebeer iFacul1.y Trainerl, Rodney Drake. 88 Y 4 HT ME ILL THE 2 Mill Q fif My 52 ur '19 ANU HUIISEPAREIITS CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS First Row: Warren H. Hitz CAdviserJ, Ron Andrews iVice-Presidentl, Mike Black fPresidentJ, Lewis K. Webster fAdviserJ. Second Row: Ron DiBetta CTreasurerJ, Jeff Kephart QI-Iistorianj, Paul White fChaplainJ. Om ' ,-he eadeyz'af4 ' ' JUNIOR SECTION 11-1 Kneeling: Scott Fasnacht, Bob Barkley, Ed Maloney. Jim Kendall, Jerry Kline, Kurt Haines, Paul Harris, Jon Fletcher. Standing: Jeff Kephart. Tom Brennan, Paul White, Bob Welhoelter, Ron DiBetta, Pete Kennedy, Joe Vanderslice, Phil Quindlen, Scott Wienhold, Brad Challingsworth, Steve Konstan, Bill Leach, Tom Powell. JUNIOR SECTION 11-2 Kneeling: Pat Creedon, Russ McDaniels, Ralph Beck, Jim Culhane. Standing: Phil Huesser, Mark Singer, Joe Smith, Jim Tindal. 89 JUNIOR '11 PRINTERS Dave Leiss, Ken Lynch, Dan Clark, Jim Gribble. lan O'Brassill, Perry Corvcse, Paul Dcardorff. JUNIOR ELECTRONICS Tom Stack, Ken Alvord, Tony Schmidt., Dan Urban, Brian Hoke, Bill Allison, Ed Loxterkamp, Mark Wienhold, Randy Pribut. JUNIOR MACHINE SHOP AND ELECTRICIANS Charlie Boykin, Dave Brylinski, Paul Nash, Bill Bunn, Mike Kass, Larry Gilbert, Dave Urban, Mark Urban, Stan Mowrcr, Charlie Hixeribaugh, John Masker. 90 JUNIOR AUTO MECHANICS Seated: Dave Roper, Jeff Jordan, Wilbur Forner. Standing: Keith Mentzer, Sam Chieffo, Luis Laboy, Jeff Finkey, Mark Jordan. Ray Baker. Absent: Art Rowell. JUNIOR CARPENTERS Kneeling: Phil Block, Phil Gulliver, Larry Hazelwood, Charlie Barndt. Standing: Mark Schmoel, Ernie Lehmen, Steve Seeburger. Jim Dixon. JUNIOR BUSINESS Kneeling: Mark Bogden, Joe Quinn, Jeff Arnold, Ty Croston, Bert Traub. Standing: Fernando Press, Kevin Ulmer, Dan Mulvaney, Jamie McDonald, Harry Dulio. Ron Andrews. 91 JUNIOR PLUMBERS Bill Coskey, Mike Black, John Johnson, Dave Hemmingway, Dan Gross, John Cole, Bob Kendall. JUNIOR FOOD SERVICE Greg Saylock, Bill Rampolla, Mike Kellam, Andy Howell, Al Williams, Bryan Hummel, .lay Quick, Brad Mitchell. JUNIOR GENERAL BUILDING TRADES Harry Reese, Gary Williams, Carl Criswell, R oger Drake, Charlie I-lartmanv Chris Kremper, Eric Jenkins. 92 www 1 P mx Dot 5 5oane7ZewJ0z4ajz'4eHa44afl9794tanZaalau,f49e J MC JUNIOR SHEET-METAL AGRI-BUSINESS Fred Amacher, Jog P therly, Mke Jackson T Bk V Jh Lh R Sd t - so , 1 4 .1 wgflbffg vfiv 93 Om W 2 ' an Away S rin Creek Seated: Mrs. Delbridge, Mrs. Myrick, Mrs. Plinton, Mrs. Bosell, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. p g Mulligan, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Shriner, Mrs. Egly. Standing: Mr. Balliet, Mr. Gallo, Mrs. Balliet, Mr. Brennan, Mrs. Gallo, Mrs. Brennan, Mr. Delbridge, Mrs. Beaston, Mr. Beaston, Mr. and Trai-lvvay Clusters Myrick, Mr. Plinton, Mr. Bosell, Mrs. Halk, Mr. Halk, Mr. Irwin, Mrs. Lee Tarbell, Mr. Lee Tarbell, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Mu1ligan,:Mr. Francis, Mr. Shriner, Mr. David Tarbell, Mrs. David Tarbell. UI1iOI1 Seated: Mrs. Yackley, Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Patton, Mrs. Wortman, Mrs. Noga, Mrs. d Reed, Mrs. Edgin, Mrs. King. Standing: Mr. Yackley, Mr. Parks, Mrs. Kozlowski, Mr. an Kozlowski, Mr. Murray, Mr. Patton, Mr. Wortman, Mr. Noga, Mr. Reed, Mr. Edgin, Mrs Vian Clusters white, Mr. White, Mrs. Baird, Mr. Baird, Mr. King. 94 Wife Seated In Front of Husband: Mr. and Mrs. Coughenour, Mr. and Mrs. Lindenmuth, Mr. County Line and Mrs. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer, Mr. and and Mrs. Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Bosha. Mrs. Stella, Mr. and Mrs, Stough. Absent: Mr. Stella. Derry Road Clusters Rows 1 and 2 Chusband standing behind wifey: Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Gearhart Mr. and Mrs. Schilling, Mr. and Mrs. Macaw, Mr, and Mrs. Peterman, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair. Third Row: Mr. and Mrs. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Cravener. Mr, and Mrs. Knopp, Mr. and Mrs. May Mr. and Mrs. Gaiser. Mr. and Mrs. Akins. Keystone Arrowhead and National Clusters UFHE LEETIDIN U- INT Hmm YEAR'S HIGHLIGHTS 77tmySmm4z4 70,461,496 'Um 'wr 0:44 V . H page 98 97 Coach Snyder receiving the Cocoa Bean Trophy. Student leaders Randy Bleiler and Bob Gordon meet with officials mdk' " ki, .Q Rusty Ryan Qseatedj, Acropolis Edit.or-in- Chief, pictures himself as a future teacher. Identification of pictures on page 97: A-Tom Mills: B'-Alan Krashesky: C-Joe Mulligan and friend: D-Bob Williams and sister: E-Jerry Carse: F-Bill McCurdy: G-Jim Staggs: H-Some graduating seniors as first graders. Only graduating seniors are identified. First Row: QD John Connor, Q23 Lance Reigler. Q53 Jeff Lego. Second Row: Q25 Alan Krashesky, C33 Andy Brody, Q43 Pat VanCise, C55 Dave Valkos, Q67 Tim Knaub. Q75 Joe Mulligan. 98 John Cogdell and friends pet a local Hershey animal. Tony Daggett lecturing a friend at a dance. ' Tie-w4eqS The Class of 1978 plants a tree on Founder's Day. Jim Forner and friend at the Halloween Dance. Dan Medis, a Steeler fan, meets an idol, Franco Harris. A1 Greene, a great name in MHS basketball history. out jumps an opponent. Pat Lister does his imitation of Koiak. Dr. Rudisill and Pat Lister lead an assembly program. 99 E131 Tlilenzory of 0 9 7 7 enneih Qlleenl Qlrfnin Burn Beremlaer 4, 1915 Entered into Qllesi Qiuiremher 18, 1977 Qllis nearlg sixteen gears nf rledirzded seriiire as lqnusefailger an jlllilinn Qlilerslyeg Srhuul have been cleeplg appnriaied bg all. ' rnesi CEEBIUQ 7 gig Burn gllehruarg 2, 1929 fliniered into Qllesi Hzxnuarg 27, 1978 Qlilis sixteen gears nf nlecliraienl sernire as huusefailier zri ellllilinn mersheg School have heen cleeplg zqxpreriaied hg apll. cc So live, that when they summons comes to join the innumerable caravan . . . Thou go . . . sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust." "Thanatopsis" William Cullen Bryant william enrg Sngnler fum Hlanuarg 12, 192 H finiered into Qllesl glllimfh 15, 1978 l Qlflis nearlg eight gears nf lnial derliraiinn in iearlqing fnill he lung remembered bg all with inhnm he inurlzed. Q i Cl- : EC IZ UZ 14 M767 Coordinator ......................................................... J. Duncan Kriebel Layout Adviser ................................................... Charles A. Astfalk Printing: Camera and Stripping Adviser ..... Richard O. Hugendubler Printing: Printing and Binding Adviser .................... Dale G. Aucker Photography Coordinator ........................ ............... C arl E. Stump Photography Adviser ............................ ....... C arl F. Rhodes '60 Typing Adviser .......... .......... A udrey S. DeMuth Literary Adviser ........ ...... D . Michael Weller '66 Planning Adviser ........ ............. A . James Jones Editor-in-Chief .. Literary Editor.. Sports Editor ..... Layout Editor Business Editors Junior Editor ..... Copy Editor ...... Technical Editor ........ ..... Associate Editor Prep Foreman .... Camera. ...... Composition.. Stripping ....... Press Foreman Printing and Binding: .......Francis T. Ryan Anthony A. Daggett Lawrence Jackson ...Alan D. Krashesky C. Dulio Gary A. Keffer Scott M. Fasnacht .........Mark B. Singer Frederic F. Fouad Brian K. McDevitt Randal S. Malone ....David R. Mootsey .......John C. Connor David W. Eldridge William G. McCurdy William H. Lawrence Ralph W. Busha, Torrance H. J. Caldwell, Keith M. Cavanaugh, Tim E. Knaub, Dayne B. Malloy, Claude K. Robert, StewartL. Savage and Patrick J. Vancise. The 1978 Acropolis represents the efforts and skills of the staff members and the advisers. Except for the professional photography done by Wil1iam's Studio, the content of the yearbook is a product of the students of Milton Hershey School.


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