Moravian College - Benigna Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA)

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13 E 'T' . G N Px J5 8 4 if BENIGNA '58 moravian college, bethlehem, penna. editor .......... .... s andra iobst associate editors. . . . . .ianice kennedy, business manager photographer ...., . art ........... sports editors .... . . . nancy baker .fred de frank . .jerry witbro . .sandra iobst . . .neil boyer, richard steiner FOREWORD . . . What makes a college? What makes any year at any col- lege memorable? The people of the college . . . students, faculty, adminis- tration. The events . . . sports, dances, plays, concerts. Classes . . . the work, play, tears, and laughter of a year's experience at Moravian. This is our purpose as an annual publication . . . to recorol with print and photographs the memories ot T958 . . .the story of a year. 4 CONTENTS Senior Class .... . . Underclassmen ...... Seminary ...... . . Organizations. . . . . Activities .... .... Athletics ...... .... Baccalaureate ....... Commencement ...... Administration ....... DEDICATIQN Our college Morcivion College. NoT unique, surely, buT only one of counTless hundreds of similor insTiTuTions in operc1Tion ThroughouT This counTry. YeT iT is unique, ond iT is you, The lylorovign College sTudenT who mokes iT so. No college con funcTion wiThouT sTudenTs. No orgonizc1Tion con exisT wiThouT members. No Teocher can Teoch To on empTy classroom. You ore The heolrT of The college, The hoses of orgonizcdions, The reason for our clcissrooms. You ARE lvlorovion College. And so, Tor These regsons, ond mony more ,. .. love, friendship, co-opergTion, shoxred experiences, ond memories We, The STCTTT of Benigno '58, dedicoTe This volume of our gnnugl To you... you, The Morovicin sTudenT . . . polsT, presenT, TuTure. 6 N- WILLIAM HAUPERT In Memoriam It may seem to be a bitter whim of fortune that peremptorily quenches the bright flame of youth when there are more mountains to climb, more conquests to be made, new altitudes to be gained where the air, though thin, is sweet, and the stars are close, and freedom takes on primitive and wonderful dimensions - dimensions such as men today seldom can know because the risks are great and they grow old too young. But how many among us have climbed a mountain in our lives - symbolic or literal? How many among us have heeded the call, reflected in Robert Frost's famous lines? - Two roads converged in the wood, and I . . . I took the one less travell'd . . . and that made all the difference. . . . from an Editorial in the "Easton Express" W fi ALFRED F. APPLE Bachelor ofArTsir1 Sociology PETER BERNDT Bachelor ofArTsir1 German RICHARD J. BERNER Bachelor ofAr1s in History ROBERT J. BREIDENBACH Bachelor of Arrs in General Studies ROBERT J. BURKHARDT Bachelor of Arts in English SINCLAIR W. CHILES Bachelor ot Arts in General Studies WILLIAM H. DIMMICH Bachelor ot Arts in Sociology FRANK J. DANYI Bachelor ot Arts in History ALFRED P. EBERT Bachelor ot Arts in History WALLACE C. ELLIOTT Bachelor ot Arts in English JAMES E. EYER Bachelor of Arts in Political Science HOWARD R. EVANS Bachelor ot Arts in Sociology BRENT E. FINDEN, Jr. Bachelor of Arts in English LOUIS L. GONSALVES Bachelor ot Arts in General Studies JOHN L. FINELLI Bachelor of Arts in General Studies ALFRED L. GARA Bachelor of Arts in English RICHARD C. GOTTWALD Boichelor of Arts in English JOSEPH J. GUMAN Bachelor of Arts in English CONSTANCE N. HANKS Bachelor ot Arts in Sociology WILLIAM V. HERBEIN Bochelor of Arts in History RONALD N. HEISTER Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Theology VINCENT A. HUCK Bachelor of Arts in General Studies JOHN J. HIGGENS Bachelor ot Arts in History SYMAN N. HIRSCH Bachelor ot Arts in English DANEEN JONES Bachelor ot Arts in English JANICE E. KENNEDY Bachelor ot Arts in English J. DAVID JORGENSEN Bachelor of Arts in English RICHARD LAMBERT Bachelor ot Arts in General Studies SALLYANN LONGENBACH Bachelor of Arts in History RUTH MYERS Bachelor of Arts in English N- PAULINE MACHIN Bachelor of Arts in Christian Educa tion HOWARD K. MENDELSOHN Bachelor of Arts in English J. BRUCE MUMIE Bachelor ot Arts in English ISABEL PETRO Bachelor ot Arts in Spanish AVN. MARJORIE NEUSCH Bachelor of Arts in English NORMAN ERIC PROCHNAU Bachelor of Arts in English JOSEPH PULLEY Bachelor of Aris in General Studies PHYLLIS RIFE Bachelor of Arts in Sociology KENNETH L. PAYNE Bachelor of Arts in English ANDREW REXROTH Bachelor oi Arts in English JOSEPH ROSENFELD Bachelor of Arts in Political Science WILLIAM RUPP Bachelor ot Arts in History BRIAN VICTOR SADERHOLM Bachelor of Arts in English JACK SALMONS Bachelor of Arts in English RICHARD R. SARAS Bochelor of Arts in English ROBERT HARRY SMITH Bachelor ot Arts in English HAROLD P. SCANLIN Bachelor OT Arts in Pre-Theology PAUL Sl.lFKA Bochelor of Arts in General Studies ROBERT STEWART Bachelor of Arts in English DONALD STINNER Bachelor ot Arts in General Studies ELEANOR VERONIS Bachelor ot Arts in English ROBERT THOMPSON Bachelor of Arts in History JOHN D. WHITNEY Bachelor of Arts in English DALE W. BATH Bachelor of Science in Biology SYLVIA BILLIG Bachelor ol Science in Maihemaiics B ireii Q iii' eiii f H1 icirr B f iiciilr JAMES A. BEll. Bachelor of Science in Biology .4 ' 1-,liifla :ie I t A A . , . I I KENLEY FORREST BURKHART Bachelor of Science in Pre-Medicine PALMER COTTURO Bachelor of Science in Pre-Professional NICHOLAS CASTELLUCCI Bachelor of Science in Chemistry SHIRLEY ELLIOTT Bachelor of Science in Biology DALE FLUCK Bachelor of Science in Chemistry JEAN HERTZOG Bachelor of Science in Mathematics SHIRLEY LEH Bachelor of Science in Nursing DAVID KRATZER Bachelor ol Science in Mathematics ISADORE MIHALAKIS Bachelor of Science in Pre-Professional JOAN MOYER Bachelor of Science in Nursing KATHRYN MCMURRAY Bachelor of Science in Chemisiry MERRITT PEARSON Bachelor of Science in Mathematics PETER J. REDBERGER Bachelor of Science in Mathematics JOHN SCHUTZ Bachelor of Science in Biology ROBERT REED Bachelor of Science in Biology RODNEY REICHARD Bachelor of Science in Chemistry KENNETH SKRABLE Bochelor of Science in Moth!Physics RICHARD WIMMER Bochelor of Science in Physics ROBERT SMERKO Bachelor of Science in Chemistry ANDREAS ZIZOS Bachelor of Science in Biology SALIM ATIYEH Elementary Education DOLORES DURNER Elementary Education ROSEMARIE BOYLE Elementary Education CAROL BURWELL Elementary Education JANE ADAMS GOTTWALD Elementary Education GAIL HARDING Elementary Education KATHRYN S. LAMBERT Elementary Education ANN Mll.l.ER Elementary Education 'il 4 CAROL MCELVEEN Elementary Education POPPY ZIZOS Elementary Education fx, RUTH SALABSKY Elementary Education LOUISE SOTTOSANTI Elementary Education JOHN BOLGER Business Administration RONALD A. CZIRAKY Business Administration THOMAS B. CARDENE Business Administration DONALD ECKERT Business Administration RIHCARD EGGE Business Administration RICHARD HANEY Business Administration ,, ilk 4 , f B siss gig ",,' B ' , iL'kV,W Q ' :fiYQ.i95i3i ' " ,f, , ff v ,f B - f JAMES E. GALLAGHER Business Administration MICHAEL GALLAGHER Business Administration MICHAEL HARTN ETT Business Administration WILLIAM J. HUME Business Administration RONALD KEMMERER Business Administration EDWIN J. M. JONES Business Administration GERALD KEYOCK Business Administration FRANCIS KORPICS, Jr. Business Administroiion JOHN MEREN NA Business Adminisfrcziion BYRON LONG Business Administration RICHARD PAYNE Business Administration JAMES R. OWEN Business Adminisiroiion FRANK G. PITAK Business Adminisirciiion ' TV'f5 5iLi5:sQ. fflgip RICHARD PHILIPPI Business Administration NICHOLAS PIPPIS Business Administration JOSEPH ROGALEWICZ Business Administration ARTHUR R. POTASNAK Business Administration RONALD RHEN Business Administration ROBERT R. ROGERS Business Administration CHARLES R. ROTH Business Administration DONALD G. ROTH Business Administration RICHARD SAUERZOPF Business Administration ALBERT SCHWAB Business Administration RICHARD SCHWARTZ Business Administration ALBERT E. SMULLEN Business Administration VINCENT SPESS Business Administration WILLIAM J. STRACCIA Business Administration JOSEPH STRAWN Business Administration FRANCIS J. WERSZNER Business Administration JOSEPH J. ZARECZKY Business Administration 41 , dar ,bk 3 E I Q f 1 44 45 Rong Toad Charlie Brown ' GX, C HUM I4 L NUM A Pxvollf " 3155.4 3 5 L6 E tg:-3 ? WH 5 Abraham Abraham William Allen Gordon Arnold Barbara Banker Alan Bergstein Harry Bloss Joseph Bodish John Borlodan Neil Boyer Robert Boyler Robert R. Brown Richard Buralli James Cannon Joseph Carr Russell Causley Robert Clemens Harold Cole Patricia Conover Ann Corbett Nicholas Cuttic Virginia Dancy William Davis James Dech Fred DeFrank Dolores Dulick Robert Dulick Joseph Esposito Francis Figlear Joseph Fliszar Kent Fretz Margaret Galio William Gaughan Edward Gecsek JU IOR CLASS Nancy Gingher Mary Ann Gingles Charles Gingrich Henry Girr William Grahill David Greulich David Grube Charles Gunkle Nancy Haberern Carl Hahn David Haines Gerald Heintz Anthony Heiser George Hollendersky James Howell Jean Hudak George Hudson Sandra Iobst Ernest Josar John Kachmar John Kanuskey Joseph Keglovitz Bob Kellow Janice Keve Victoria Kokolus Charles Korpics Francis Korpics Michael Koury Frederick Kraemer Barry Kratz Dale LaBar Lester Lazarawicz Theodore Lekorenos Mary Lesin Susan LeTowt Reuben Lilly Walter Lilly Phyllis Lippman Ernest Lodics Nicholas Malchuk John Maloney John Marth Lorenzo Martin Anthony Matz Richard May Lois McDonald Mary Frances McHale Thomas Meder Paul Meilinger Imogene Meixsell William Mertz George Mesaros Rodney Miller Alice Milligan Jeanette Mirne Barbara Moening Anthony Morelli Marsha Morgan James Mortimer Walid Namarri Sophie Nicholas Joseph Numes William O'Connell Anita Ott Michael Payonk William Pelzman 48 Joseph Prorok Wayne Pysher Augustus Rampone Norman Reitz John Reidmiller Charles Rivera Charles Rush Edward Ryan Walter Salasky Patricia Saylor Richard Schultz William Schultz Anthony Schuster Edith Scobey Michael Scrack Roy Search Clarence Serfass Pauline Seyer Robert Silvetz Daniel Simon James Sinnwell Mary Ann Smodish Edgar Snyder Walter Snyder George Sophy Robert Sottile David Stanwood Dave Stehly William Strohl Michael Svirsovsky Donald Sweitzer Alan Taylor Francis Toner Harry Tsamutalis David VanBilliard Mary Vezzoli Thomas Volko Veronica Vrabie John Walker Virgil Wallin John Wilczynski Nancy Williams Robert Windish James Wohlbach John Woltien Colette Yamoka James Ysenchok Nicky Yoder Louis Yurasits Francis Zaiack Gerald Zellner Charles Ziegonfus Neil Zimmerman Edward Albertson Patricia Ambler Patricia Amison Cecile Angelini John Ardinger Marrianne Bachochin Charles Baker Nancy Baker Anthony Bartolacci Charles Bartolet Jean Bassford Dale Bath Richard Bouder Asa Beehler Lois Behler William Bley Nancy Boerstler Joan Border Edward Borger Nancy Bowman John Boyle Patricia Boyle John Casey Richard Casey John Cassidy Ronald Cavanaugh Richard Chergey Robert Clark Mary Lou Clewell Russell Conover Robert Daneker Dawn Dangler Roland de Luca Salvatore de Luca John DeMattio Carmine DeMuccio Michael Demyan Caroline Denham Ralph DeWalt Donald Dilliard Ronald Dodson Catherine Donchez Richard Donchez David Doncsecz SOPHOMORE CLASS Frank Duckworth Griffeth Dudding Diana Eagan Richard Ehrenberg Herman Enke Larry Enstrom Robert Esposito Anna Farkas Larry Fatzinger Carolyn Felver Diana Fetherman Robert Fish Charles Fishel Jane Fong Georgiana Fowler Ronald Fradeneck Judith Frederick Thomas Free John Freiler Peter French Karl Freudenberger James Galbraith Leonard Geiger Richard Girard Constance Glagola Robert Gohdes Arnold Goldberg Catherine Golden John Graver J. Robert Gray Richard Gross Sue-Ann Gross Mary Ann Grube Arthur Guerrieri Robert Gumlock Carol Hahn Audrey Hair Robert Haney Frederick Harberg James Harkel Joseph Harris Faith Hartmann Sterling Harvey John Hauser Marvin Heckman Leonard Heffner Anthony Henits William Hershey Catherine Hillaire Reuel Hodes Frank Horwoth James Houser Mary Hummel Barbara Hunsicker Joseph lampietro Peter Jannarone Joseph Jardot George Jessup Paul Kadas Stephen Kalamar William Keller Jane Keogh Robert Kern Robert Kincaid Barbara Kinsey David Kline Caroline Knecht Margaret Koch Edward Korpics James Kovacs Roger Kunkle Robert Labdick Dolores Lang Shirley Leh Beni. Leibowitz Thomas Lerch Frances LeTowt Charles Lindner Fred Lipari Ruth Lomerson Gilbert Lopez Beverly Luzietti Lloyd MacTavish Antonio Marmelo Shirley Martens James Martin Joanne Mazur Francis McFadden Thomas McHugh John McKeown Jane McMurray Myron Meilicke Howard Mendelsohn Abner Merkel Ben Melusky George Metzgar Joan Moyer Stephen Moysan Richard Mugione Edward Muscavage Ted Neidengard Bernard Nering Edgar Newhart Doris Nicholas Kenneth Nicholas Dominic Nolfa Paul Noonan Mary-Ellen O'Donnell Francis Otto Tom Owens Ernest Pappaiohn Pamela Parker William Parkinson Harriet Peters Carolyn Petrecca Francis Potter Joseph Powlette Leland Pritchard Eleanor Rellinghaus Robert Rierson Maynard Rissmiller llga Rupjais Robert Russoli Richard Ruth Gene Salay Robert Sauers Ronald Schaefer David Schattschneider Robert Schenerts Richard Schnur Elaine Schramm George Scoufalos David Seidenberger Donald Seneca Eastburn Shelley Ronald Shikora Howard Siglag William Sillsbee George Sites David Smith Paul Starner Dale Stewart Richard Strauss George Streubert William Tattersall Richard Tewell Dora Thomas Richard Thomas Patricia Thornton John Tracy Merr Trumbore John VanNatta Stephen Viglione Patti Vincent Robert Volko Charles Watson Bernard Wiczkowski Theodore Wilde Robert Williams Jerry Witbro Colleen Workman Howard Yetter Sandra Yost Arden Young Michael Zapp Nancy Zeiner Michael Zileski Jane Ziegenfus Phyllis Zwarych Eugene Zweifel Joan Albrecht Marcee Ammend Vincent Arnold Suzanne Astbury Ivan Atencio Stephen Bartos Harold Barvvick James Basara Myles Bealer Francis Becker Sydney Beitel Eleanor Bell Charles Bennett Dale Berger William Bergstresser Robert Beyer Elmer Bigley David Bittner Dennis Bleam Betsy Blum Patrick Boyle John Bregman June Brong Joyce Buchecker Anthony Burkot Suzanne Busch Robert Buss William Campbell Lucy Carl Joseph Castellano Arthur Chap David Chiles Thomas Christianson Christine Clark Judith Clay Ronald Colfer Sandra Collins Lynn Couch Gerald Cousins Ronald Curylo FRESHMAN CLASS Louis Czechowski Jeannie Davis Philip DeBaise John DeCesare Demetre Diamondopolis Sylvia DiRocco Paul Dorosowski Margot Downing Darrell Doyle Mary Jane Dugan Molly Easterly Gordian Ehrlacher Sandra English Neil Eskolin Donald Evans Gerasimos Phanos James Fatzinger Robert Fatzinger Florence Favinger Anita Filler Neil Foley Roy Foltan Vassilios Frangedakis James Frank Richard Frey Barry Geal Thomas Gannon Joseph Garbush Kathryn Gehringer Cynthia Geiman John Gerepka Charles Gilbert Richard Gilbert Manuel Gonsalves Barbara Graeft Paul Graf Norma Guritzky Elmer Harke Richard Hartzell Audrey Heckert Ruth Helmich Nancy Helms 'Raymond Herman Deborah Herold Kathryn Hilles Richard Hochella Donald Ho'Ffert Peter Hoffman Linda Hofstetter John Hudock William lngraham Henry lvanoff John Jacob Eugene Jani Burke Johnson Terry Jones Brian Kent David Koch Je-an Koch Floyd Kocher Wallace Koenig Herman Kresh James Krites Walter Kruszewski Andrew Kudlak Vernon Lallas Sylvia Lambert Russell Lance Carol Landrock Judy Laning Michael Lansender John Layman Joel Leeb William Leicht Douglas Lindaman Ronald Lipkin Jerome Livengood Melvyn Lucas Kenneth Lutz Stanley Lysek fer James McDonald Albert Macknas Samuel Maczko Terry Male Nancy Marcani Richard Martin Carson Master Eugene Mateff Hunter Matthews Ruth Mauch Henry May Dale Mayfield Kathleen McCann Margaret McClure James McCrudden John McGowen Linda McHenry Brian McPeek Jean Medei John Medernach Jane Merchant Charles Merkel John Mesko Michael Mickosawich Anderlin Mihalow Dale Miller Shinsho Miyagi Barry Moore Donald Morrow Duane Murtomaki Robert Muth John Nagy Ronald Narzisi Charles Natterman David Newall Donald Newhard Elaine Nicholas Carla Nowack John Olson Robert Orbin Harold Oswald George Parrish John Pasco Freeman Pickell Emanuel Pippis Cyril Polenscher Charles Ponstingel Janice Portas Joseph Prebosnyak Joan Pyne Nancy Rabada Michael Radley Rodney Rathbun Charles Repasch Larry Reuben Gloria Rice Carol Richards Theodore Rights Barbara Roberts Bruce Robertson Richard Rohrbach Rita Roseman Charles Roth Ira Rubin William Ruch Donald Ryan Melvin Schaeffer Linda Schapiro Thomas Schmoyer Madlyn Senick Barbara Senneca Kenneth Sepe Maryrose Seruga Hinda Schorr Wayne Shugart Carl Siegfried Daniel Sigley Russell Simonetta George Skoutelas Gertrude Smull Charles Soloff Richard Solt Loretta Soltis Stephen Spirko Richard Staffirei Bernard Stoller Thomas Stamatz Robert Stever Leo Stinner Frederick Stocker Dianne Stoltz Ronald Stupak Marilyn Sumner Henry Sunyak Loretta Supanek Gloria Szarka Frank Szarko Ronald Tarlowe David Thomas Joann Thomas Jan Tracht J. Ronald Trinnley Harold Tuller Eugene Uscilowicz Ettore Vallone Joan Wadolny Richard Walter Joan Weber Joanne Weber Ruth Welch Mary Jane Wolfe Nancy Wootten James Worman James J. Worman Sandra Yaeck Joseph Zaiacek Donald Zettlemoye Rocco Zulli P""1 I' I. to r. Joan Boyer, Pat Conover, Janice Keve, Fran Letowt Christine Clark. 51 52 VERNON W. COUILLARD Dean ofthe Seminary rence College in Wisconsin. He received his BD. from Moravian Theological Seminary, and his MA. and M. Th. DEA OF SEMI ARY Dean Couillard, checking an obscure reference for one of The seminary siudenfs in his campus library. 54- Docfor Vernon W. Couillard, Dean of Moravian Theo- logical Seminary, received his AB. degree from Law- from Bufler University. He Then wenf on To receive his SEMINARY FACULTY Dr. JAMES J. HELLER Professor of Biblical Theology Dr. JOHN R. WEINLICK Professor of Historical Theology Dr JOHN FULTON Professor of Procficol Theology 55 ROW 1: Blanton, Geisler, Ritter. ROW 2: McElveen, Nelson, Scilley, Schatulstall SEMINARY SENICRS Honor stuclent, William Mc:Elveen of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, receives congratulations from Dean Couillard at the reception in honor of recipients of degree on South Campus. 56 Dick Wright, Jim Blonfon, ond George Beicllemon in The lounge of Homilfon Holl. MIDDLERS ROW 1: Kohl, LoFortune, Woolsey, Johnson. ROW 2: Houperf, Kimball, Weber Beidlemon. 57 Pi Mu fraternity members and their dates in a lather at a Seminary party. JU IDRS ROW 1: Wright, Huetter, McGuire. ROW 2: Williams, Sommers, Sievers. Seminorionnes entertain their husbc1nds,Tne Seminary students, QT Q porfy in College Hell. SEMINARIANNES 59 SEn1iI18I'y COlTlIT16nC6l118I1t O SDSU -SDN-Zh M20 ROW 1: Hcinlcs, Hording, Lesin, Nicholas. ROW 2: Miller, Kokolus, Higgins, Iobst, Gottvvold, Rupp. ROW 3: DeWalt, Rosenfeld, Reidmiller, De-Fronk. G Joseph Prorok, newly elected presi- dent ot the United Student Govern- ment, receives the govel from outgoing president, Dovid Jorgen- sen, ot the all-student convocation i in College Holl. 62 Treasurer Bill O'ConneH congroru lores rne new Treasurer, Ted Lekor enos, of The convocation. SEATED: Gofrwold, Jorgensen. STANDING: O'Connell, Steiner. T I 63 WOMENS COUNCIL Lesin, Bassford, Burwell, Harding, Hanks. Now no longer in existence, the Women's Council did much to strengthen Moravian College during its hours of trial as a co-ed school. Purposes of the Council were: to provide a practical education in self-government within the college community based on participation and full leadership and citizenship in the educational community, and to enact ond enforce all laws relating to the Women's campus as specified by the administration and faculty as within its provinces, provided that said laws do not infringe upon the powers of the U.S.G. set forth in the Constitution of this body. 64 MANUSCRIPT The aim of the Manuscript is to give the students an opportunity to see the artistic expression of their creative thoughts in print. It is now published annually, and future plans may include more frequent publication. A contest is held annually for creative writing in the categories of poetry, essay, and short story, and first and second cash prizes are awarded in each. ROW ONE: Dancy, Kennedy, Vezzoli, Mirne, Lomerson, Banker. ROW TWO: Lippman, Dudding, Iobst. 65 fs, l be GZ man MORAVIAN'COLLEC-JE STUDENT WEEKLY 3, ,. . my 4 1 as :ex M , . f Q. 4 -W as an ROW ONE: Sottile, Dancy, Goshorn, Boyer. ROW TWO: Smodish, Schattschneider, Fatzinger, Tarlowe, Harke. ROW SIX: Potosnak, Moening, Mirne. ROW THREE: Salay, Bergstein, Lesin, Nicholas, Eskolin,Soloff, Rights. Roseman. ROW FOUR: Baker, Morgan, MacDonald. ROW FIVE: Throughout the year The Comenian maintained its tradition in giving full coverage to academic, extra-curricular, and athletic events. ln all twenty-eight issues, the maiority of which were six page editions, were published. Editing the paper was Roy Goshorn. Associate editors were Ginny Dancy and Neil Boyer, and the Business Manager was Al Bergstein. Other editorial posts were held by David Schattschneider, news editor, and Bob Sottile, sports editor. 66 WUPW H . fn-.Nw ROW ONE: Hartman, Kennedy, lobsf, Boker, Vezzoli, Banker, Mime. ROW TWO: Dcmcy, Boyer, Pofasnok Dudding, Eskolin, Witbro. BE IG 67 BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS Originally started for the regulation ot advertising prob- lems arising from the clash ot interests among Moravian's publications, the Board of Publications has grown to control all aspects of any publication on the campus, including budgets, USG allocations, and contracted agreements. lt is made up ot a representative from the Benigna, the Comenian, The Manu- script, the United Student Government, and two administration representatives, currently lvlr. Snyder and Dr. Burkhart. BOARD OF FI E ARTS The Board of Fine Arts, as it is stipulated in the Freshman Handbook, is set up to co-ordinate the activities ot all campus fine arts organizations including the Blacktriars, Alpha Psi Omega, and the Comenian Literary Society. 68 ROW ONE: Arnold, Morgan, DeWal1', Haberern, Boersfler. ROW TWO: Riedmiller, Nicholas, Snyder. ROW THREE: Frankenfield, Smerko, Borger, Gecsek, Russoli. ROW FOUR: Nering, Fields, Galbraith. ROW FIVE: Encke, Scrak, Folson, Reed. RAU SCIENCE Rho Alpha Upsilon was founded in l934 in order To stimulafe interest in The natural sciences. The organization was named in honor of Dr. Albert G. Rau, former professor and dean of Moravian. 69 vm ROW ONE: Sennick, Hoir, Boker, Kennedy. ROW TWO: Clewell, lobsf, Fredericks, Tewell, Blum, Grube The cc1sT of Antigone en masse. v 70 Chorus . .... J. Heinz N. Boker Antigone . . . M. Clevvell Nurse .. .. S. lobsf M. Sennick lsmene . ..... A. Hair Haemon .. . VV. Shugorf Creon .. ... G. Dudding Guard ... ... R. Tewell Messenger . . . .... J. Rosenfeld Euridice . . . . . . B. Luzieffi A TIGO E l "And we shall suffer, we sho!! feel pain rising in us . . ." but . . . is iT arf? By GOD! You shut up, I Tell you." "Hc1emon, forgive me for quczrreling wifh you lost night" "Whc1f is if tho? you wclnf me To do for you, my baby? ALPHA PSI OMEGA Sophomores, juniors, and seniors participating in all phases of campus dramatic activity are eligible for member- ship in Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatics fraternity, but membership is restricted to those students who are outstanding in their efforts. Formal initiation is held in late spring, and membership once attained is a lifetime office. lncluded in the requirements for the initiation ceremony are cl knowledge of the Greek alphabet and a recitation of at least twelve lines from Shakespeare. The members of Alpha Psi are: Dave Jorgensen, president, Sand lobst, secretary, Nan Gingher, and Jeannette Mirne. 73 -Q., I. Ke nf, Sfroh V, son, Snyde hn th, .Io Sm Dcineker, French, Schufrschneider, V, Redberge ieids, Sh II, kcis, Smu Lu os, Egcm, 'I-Ieimich, Thom orkc, McEIveen, Leh, D. Sz Thomas, J. erii, FIC :Vi 'I W RO r. Rierson, Graf, Ne engood, Liv hard, Tc Pr old, Soimons, VD A Fcirz nger III, Euro Boyer, ROW 4: Serugc, Blum, Luziefri, ersr, W Ters fsieffer, Pe I-Io 2: OW R Hudok, Ken nedy, Keve, McMurray, I. ng, Scnderholm, Compbei ei, i sh ,Fi Borger 3: ROW bsf. Io Boersiler, ri, Long, Q0 OI' M Zvvorych, genbczch, Lo Banker, Reese Schcmrz Director Richard Mr. Sclwonfz conducts The choir in o spirited rendition of The Trddiiiondl melody "Rock o-mo Soul in The Bosom of Abrol'1om." 75 'N- Sandra lobst, Janet Kennedy FI E ARTS BOARD This board co-ordinates the activities of all under-graduate time arts organizations and pro- grams. Among these are Blackfriars. Any money de- sired trom the USG by Hne arts organizations must be requested through the Fine Arts Board. 76 ROW ONE: OH, Smodish, Moening, Thomas. ROW TWO: Hauser Nncholas Novvach, Lambert. ROW THREE: Righfs Helmich, Lesin, Thornton CAMPUS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION W-'HH mm.. W ,,,..-1-M. new-...f ROW 1: Iobsf, Dcxncy, Vezzoli, Morgon. ROW 2: Kennedy, Boyer, Soffile Boker. ROW 3: Borger, Schotfschneider, Solcy, DeFrc:nk. ROW 4: Goshorn Rosenfeld, Bergstein, Wifbro. PI DELTA EPSILON Norionol Honorc1ryJournolisTic Frofernify 78 L, Journalists en masse Pi De-It chewing down. xi me Q .kk Pi Delf pledges. W. A. A. ROW 1: Hanks, LeTowt, Luzietti, Laning, Harding. ROW 2: Morgan, Blum, Nicholas, Kokolus, Lesin. WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO This group through the Women's Athletic Association helps to increase participation in all sports, to foster ideals ot good sportsmanship, to raise the standards of health and physical elgflciency of the student body and To develop lead- ership throughout the school. 80 i fzi ggw ,A Qi QW V sm w e , if - ' . A V , MM i m ff' Y E , . ROW ONE: Rieclmiller, Matz, Cziroky, Wohlbach, Keyock, Korpics, THREE: Davis, Chergey, Bortolet, Silvetz, Guman, Steiner, Miller Viglione, Gannon, Jacob, ROW TWO: Causley, Slifka, Hershey, Potter, Noonan, Berger. ROW FOUR: Martin, Stinner, Kritis, Ol Pulley, Roth, Fotzinger, Maczko, Hirsch, Kratzer, Poyonk. ROW son, Lipari, Mumie, Keglovits, Mesaros, Rhen. VARSITY " " CLUB Membership in the Varsity "M" Club is automatically received by any male who had participated and received a letter in one or more inter-collegiate sports. As a gesture of appreciation, the managers are also invited to become members ot this organization. 81 ROW ONE: Dimmich, Albrecht, Nicholas, Herold, Supanek, Geiman, DeCesare. ROW TWO: Wimmir, D. Stewarf, Lang, Mauch, Denham, Biifner. ROW THREE: Simon, Kennedy, Clark, Harkel. ROW FOUR: R. Sfewarf, Boyer. MORA IAN COLLEGE BA D The Moravian College Marching Band ... marching. 82 ROW ONE: Gottwald, Berger. ROW TWO: Sennick, Schmoyer, Rathbun, Miller. ROW THREE: Jacob, Warman Moysan. SPELU KERS Made up of students interested in exploring Pennsylvania's caves, this group is affiliated with the National Speleological Society. This year the group visited several caves in the area. 83 I ROW 'l: Rupp, Ogint, Miyagi, Keve, Meilinger. ROW 2: Miholokis. ROW 3: lobst, Nering, Sconlin, Pyne Rosenfeld, Russoli, Bergstein. ROW 4: Roth, Gray, Tewell, Rosenberg. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES CLUB The Politiccil Activities Club promotes interest in local, state, ond notional government. 84 ROW ONE: Pynie, Russoli, Davis, Rupp, Sennick, Meiiinger. ROW TWO: Gray, Keve, Miyagi, Tewell, Oginf. ROW THREE: Mazur, French, Jacob. STANDING: Mihalakis, Bergsfein, Rosenfeld, Zweifel, Sconlin, Mafthews, Nering, Goldberg, Prorok, Roih. I TERNATIONAL RELATIONSCLUB The IRC furfhers the study of infernafional re- lations and their effect on each of us in our daily lives. 85 ROW 1: Boker, Lomberi, Boyer, lobsr. ROW 2: Gotiwolcl, French, Kennedy. ROW 3: Cuffic, Brown CSrni1hl ROW 4: Rosenfeld. TRIANGLE A Triangle, The Three sides representing leod- ership, scholarship, ond service, symbolizes The icleols of The Triongle Honor Society of Morovion College. 86 ROW 1: Mirne, Ott, Lomerson, Dancy. ROW 2: Kokolus, Josar, Lesin. MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB The Modern Language Club is designed to teach language students more about the language they speak and the country where it is spoken. 87 ROW 'I: Boyle, Miller, Solcxbsky, Petro. ROW 2: Mirne, Moening, Conover, Gingles, Ott. ROW 3: Doncy, Vezzoii, Harding, Wersi, Frefz, Myers, Hanks, Bunker. ROW 4: Burwell, Felver, Yoder, Keve, Moyer, Kokolus Hudok, Kennedy, McMurray. KAPPA DELTA EPSILON President Ruth Scxlobsky presiding of KDE Tec. 88 ROW ONE: Kratzer, Wohlbach, Eliot, Burkhardt, Viglione. ROW TWO: Matz, Atiyeh, Edwards, Kalamar Breidenbach, Lopez, Hershey, Dr. Hackenberg. ROW THREE: Kemmerer, Johnson, Gara, Gottwald, Pyne KAPPA PHI KAPPA Nationol Honorary Educational Fraternity The Beta Beta Chapter of Kappa Phi Kappa is engaged in pro- moting men of sound moral character and recognized ability and moral choracter to engage in furthering of the ccxuse of education. 89 ROW ONE: Smullen, PoTosnak, Egge, Payne, Mr. Gehman. ROW Rogers, Keyock, Haney, J. Gallagher, Davis, Jones, Brown, HarTneH TWO: Pippis, Cziraky, Yurasits, Kemmerer, Mirenna, Rush, DeFrank, Ripic, Straccia, Search, Marfin, Werszner, Long. Zareczky, Korpics, Cardene, Boyer, M, Gallagher. ROW THREE: EPSILO BETA ALPHA Composed of business adminisTraTion rnaiors, The primary purpose of The organization is To be-TTer acquainT The sTudenT vviTh The funda- menrals of various Types of business organizaTions. 90 a SEATED: Longenbach. STANDING: Priichcrd, Higgins, Pippis, Leichi, Eskolin. SIGMA PHI ALPHA Classics Club Sigma Phi Alpha, Moravian's CIassicaI Society is composed of siudenis inferesied in the Graeco-Roman civilization. 91 ROW ONE: Nicholas, Boerstler, Haberen, Morgan, Arnold. ROW TWO: Pasco, Reidmiller, Mihalakis, DeWalt Bath, ROW THREE: Russoli, Jecsek, Barger, Galbraith, Moysan, Smerko, Serfass. ROW FOUR: Reed, Wentz Scrak, Enche, Nehring. RHO ALPHA LIPSILO Rho Alpha Upsilon was founded in T934 in order to stimulate and advance interest in the natural sciences. The organization was named in honor of Dr. Albert G. Rau, former professor and dean of Moravian. 92 f' I I 5 U A PHI MU EPSILO ROW 'la Conover, Zwarych, McMurray, Thomas, Hu- Dancy, Lesin, Thornton, Corbett, Hartman, Gottwald, dak. ROW 2: Baker, Kinsey, Miller, Harding, Mirne, Morgan, Kokolus, Workman, Boerstler. Ke-ve, Dangler, Luzietti. ROW 3: Nicholas, Moening, ROW 1: Novvack, Senneca, Czarka, Geiman, Laning. ROW 2: Roberts, Roseman, Clark Banker, Lang. 94 Phi Mu's skunks getting ready to enter The Homecoming Poricide. Ik Y -ww no 'fe 0 ALPHA EPSILO PI ROW 'I:McDonc1Icl, Burwell, Wersf, McMurray, Boss- Towf, Fefhermon. ROW 3: Rife, Myers, Glogolcz ford. ROW 2: Moyer, Hanks, Ziegenfus, Felver, Le Grube, Clewell, LeTowT, Bolle, Frefz. 96 'Jeanie with The light brown hcxir "If you knew Susie . . 97 OMICRON GAMMA OMEGA Started at the Universify of Virginia os an extra froiernify, Omicron Gamma Omega moved en rnosse To Moravian in 1923. Now located in Their own house, The OGO's ore continuing their record of service. ROW 'ls Salay, Soiiile, Saderholm, Reed. ROW 2: Duckworth, Riedmiller, Wafson, Nunes. ROW 3: Noonan Eyer, French, Maczho, Kruszewski, Castellano. ROW 4: Demuccio, Barwick, Leichf, Sepe, Robedson, Goffwald ROW 5: Jcirdoi, Casfalucci, Hudson, Heiniz, Eberf, Schwab, Gall, Kalsmor. ROW 6: Kraizer, Morrelli, Sfehley, Couch, Wilczynski, Sianwood, Rogers, Gara, Sirewberf, Lopez. ROW 7: Ne-ring, Viglione, Saras, Freudenberger Goshorn, Russoli, Rhen. ROW 8: Payonk, Skrable. 1 l i 98 Getting ready for hazing Ogo" in the making. ROW 'l: fLeft to Rightl Potosnalc, Casey, Mirenna, Cannon, Bergstein, Roth, Danyi, Prorok, Meilinger. ROW 2: DeWalt, Werszner, Sites, Narzisi, Cziraky, Leeb, Delzrank, Pappaiohn, Shickora, Kratz, Zweifel, Rupp. ROW 3: Encke, Labdik, Rosenfeld, Mihalikis, Schnur, Fish, Breidenbach, Nolfa. ROW 4: Reichard, Pulley, Bartolet, Gallagher, Davis, Fretz, Wimmer, Boyer. ROW 5: Salaski, Searfass, Mesaros, Allen, Shugart, Berger, Lipkin, Gray, Dudding, Fatzinger, Fluclc, Shcattscheider. TALI KAPPA EPSILO Dedication to the propagation of ideals of charity, esteem, love, and scholarship through fraternal bonds represent the goals of this social organization with national altiliations. 100 Not another bluckbolll 1- And AI Bergstein poured. 4? ii wi 'vm-. ,ar Aw X. . 4... cf"""' Waiting for dessert? SIGMA PHI OMEGA A new social fraiernify, now in its third year on campus, Sigma Phi Omega has Taken its place as an accepred and needed campus organizciiion. ROW 1: Conover, Cuiiic, O'Connell, Wolwlbach, Cavannaugh, Harvey. ROW 3: Evans, Pyne, Povvleffe Simon, LaBar. ROW 2: Treller, Lance, Frieler, Hirsch, De Ceaser, Boyle, Sfrohl. ROW 4: Chap. 102 Members of Sigma Phi Omega, The newest frafernify on campus, and Their dates ai a fall dance. ,ag Shining shoes is part of a pledge's duties. 103 PI MU ROW 1: Lucos, Gohdes, Taylor, Rights, Donneker, chnou, Livengood, MocTovisl'1, Cole, Scilmons. ROW 3 Shugcnri. ROW 2: Schoffschneider, Covonough, Pro- Wilde, Tewell, Ehrenberg, Dudding, Smiih, Nering 104- Christmas CIT The Hc1uperTs'. 105 The rebels Listening To Ronnie. Goshorn and Soffile heckle The pledges. 5LA55 106 BRUCE STEYE CLASS gf 18819 .SSRN C2355 UF iflb Mrs. Hcuperf entertains The pre-theos. Buffon, frosh! 107 LFCOUNCH Deon Rader, DeFrc:nk, Lc1Bczr, Nering. LSCOUNCH Morgan, Bossford, Boile, Burwell, McMurray. 108 4- I if t B'-Q ,ff s Phi Mu Skunks creoted quite C1 stir in olowntown Bethlehem, took first prize in show. iftiw i it W it , Teke spoce Hoot, which mirocu lously survived the weather in tact, porodes down Moin Street Homecoming, 1957. NN UAL HOMECOMING PARADE 110 The OGC Hoof before cmd offer Poiomclclool frosh whooping if up. Excifing moment in The Home- coming gcime, Morovion vs Upscilo, www Q 41" 'S School spirit-uol leoolers. or ,. Jonice Keve, Queen of the Homecoming festivities, Ieods the porode Mitzi Pennington, post queen, ossisted by Charlie Brown, oFHciotes ot coronotion ceremony. 113 president haupert opens con vocation. note positions and ex- pressions of nering, schantz. richard steiner speaking. note position, etc. brian saderholm fwinner of con- testj. note positions. COMENILIS CRATORICAL DAY CONTEST joe rosenfeld takes time out to address the mob. please note, etc. ted rights. stone faced nering still unmoved. left to right: richard Steiner, ted lekorenos, brian saderholm, ted rights, joe rosenfeld, bernard nering, orators. FOLlNDER'S DAY, OCTOBER, I957 ABOVE: Spec1ker's plofform vvifh guests of honor. UPPER RIGHT: fpcge T171 Nozorefh Hall Quadrangle, FoUnder's Day ceremonies LOWER RIGHT: Cpcuge 117D Academic procession. 116 Hli Ili! 'gan N- N X ,J wx fi 'uf' 4 f z .4 v, . Q' F1 ff , 2 M I .wa if ' f -Glsix. PL , ' ,rf-was I iz? yi' t ' 1., ,N , 'mi . : N.. .'., A," 'V' ff V, x ,. IA I , . .IM J. wa -15 ,Y I , -.f - 1,. .. '.f f:.,"" asf' , 2 - A , A. V f .x. 1- -.MF . - -.. 7' ,ss 12 H - ,- .wx ' W .w,,fz, 2 . fr , -2 , 'Y ' :vi-Sifewfsw ' W: A his Miss Moravian, Daneen Jones. PRI G FESTIVAL- I98 Karen Johnson, Miss Moravian 1957, crowning Daneen Jones while freshmen hold The daisy chain. in-MQ up A ir saws , Y The Triumphol procession. 3388 for Miss Morclvlon Coshng ballots Dancing on The green. 119 She digs "long hair" music. FACLI LTY FOLLIES Typlcol faculty fcxmnly ond mon servom' 'if Marlin Beaupre conversing with honorable Charlie Chan. Operation operation. '??????? 'Q xe- if Charming snake. The Dischorole++es A pretty gurl IS 1 e 3 f f. :gf w 3 L' W ef. , g W... 7, L- -ffgaslem - . ,f ww H - rmsfq 12 - .mf..,, .,,A M , 2 -:,f:'1.?sfi.Qz 1 my W. , E .sf me , -9' K Y . ,..-f.. , dw ' X Qrf4Q33f2,: 4. 4 q. e'f.,g'11 QA : 1, gi . 135iig:4' 2 an ee X,??2gi W .Q X 13.2, w xgqfgz - Q -13 qi L . 2 l X f Wi sz 14: Q: .mn 2 5 va 1 g5,zjE1 'g,L: ' ky ,g . gg. 'E Y ':,.f w 'AM IA ,E 5 .. H. 1 fig a."-251355 . ,W .. 4 T ai' kg, Z -E51 f 1 -1, K ig EQ Q, 'ii f L5 ik fl Die 2 X :Q 'ik P' 1 xi Q. fi 15 2 H ? f 5 - ,M 12 31 asf Q X 22 gig, E Y 4 H, Q K CLOSING CONVOCATION MAY, I 958 David Siehly, chemistry award winner. Richard Schanfz leads choir in "Song" ki 3? FY K Phi Mu Gerfie Lou Small accepts A E Pi English prize from Kathy Wersi. I F DANCE Queen Marilyn ond date Andy Rexrofh Q, RELIGIQUS EMPHASIS Pi Mu Talking wiTh The Rev. Bill Cohea. EEK , K Q ktyk gf ,V.Lkk ik, I n 7, 4 ?,k1M,: , 3 In 7 is K l,:g A P, M , Classroom le-dures are parT of M, The program. "Chuck," Cohea's associaTe, con- ducTs a NorTh Campus chapel. A Trumpet Trio was a featured evenf. ALL-STATE BAN D FESTIVAL The festival band, composed of representatives of colleges all over Pennsylvania. An old grad who never misses a game SPCRTS SHOTS I The Moravian College cheerleaders in action. 127 Foculfy takes time out, while students are in The Held. FACULTY-WOMENS VARSITY 128 The faculty of bot. SOFTBALL GAME Fofher Fred pours punch. Charlie Brown cmd doie go through receiving line. SE IDR FARE ELL if . A we, r 130 .X i 1 T, J' X. - . . wpm, ,x N, Q, fy 1' A N-4 A -r mga , -N., 1 I X X fv fad f J f 2 an Mi ,, 11-vvsejfgl r 44 'Wap A 2 : wg? f fm E gf f ,Ws,, M, KM 131 Pi Mu dinner. Pre-Theologs cmd Their ladies foir. Three Morovicn Coeds view the octopus with mild occepfonce. The South shall rise clgoin! Mary Arm Gingles is crowned queen of The 1958 Senior Farewell. X I We , ye Q 2 ,QA fr ff? 5 1 2 f f fi ,,, av 2 9 lil! Harvey Memorial Library 134 FOO ROW ONE: Hollendersky, EsposiTo, Rhen, Krofzer, Mumie, Rompone, Miller, Be-mer, Ensfrom, Poyonk Meilinger, Matz. ROW TWO: Hershey, Bcxrtolet, Lipori DeLucc1, Iompiefro, Noonan, Kincclid, Honey, Boyler, I I ALL Moczko, Conover. ROW THREE: Viglione, Gonnon Chop, Krifis, Olson, Leichf, Gorbush, Voscilowicz Reuben. SENIORS SENIORS: Rhen, Miller, Berner, Couch Ccxlvo, Finelli, Mumie, Krofzer Bruce Mumie Dick Berner w I 138 Dove Krczfzer Rod Miller .lclck Finelli Coaches Calvo, Calvo, and Sydroak The coaches in action. Who? 0 life! All buf 0 goal. Mm. ff A pile-up in The Albright game. "TheTec1m was in cm huddle . . ." 5 2, 1, .1 142 6, , 1 so I la- Who's go? if? SCORES Lycoming .... 14 Moravian ...... I3 Upsala ...... 6 Moravian PMC . . . . 6 Moravian ...... 0 Wagner . . . 14 Moravian Albright . . . 6 Moravian ...... 19 Wilkes . . . . . 7 Moravian 143 BASEBALL ROW 1: Wohlbeck, Gannon, Schwartz, Meolei. ROW 2: Lcxnsenderfer, Matz, Gilbert Franks, Hersey. ROW 3: Borfolef, Chergey, Matthews, Hirsch, Hollendersky, Grohill. 144 1 A , f Lafayette .. Drew . . . Wilkes ....... Swarthmore ..... Lebanon Valley Muhlenberg ..... Wagner ..... Scranton . . . Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian .... Moravian Moravian .... Moravian Moravian .... 9 SCORES PMC .... Ursinus F ELM Dickinson ... .. Muhlenberg Albright .. Albright .. Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian The fans. M Hit Thor bull! A 'fx gs- N ,V I if ,f ix . . "ww gs J : A K K ' K K K ,' A - M -' 'Y w. " iv: , 'F' - V, - ,L. xx uw. ' in A K ""'W-1 X. I - f .. - 5- 'X 5.-e N' Z L, W 'W 4"' 9' f f ,. " ' A nm! .. ' , ' Yi 4 l YOU re OUT- ri A , ' ' - ,W .1 , ' ' V 1 --",??M'-11124 3-,q,i'v ' Q W T" 5 A' V. rf 1 . ' "fm" "M-"A J A 1 -- '- , 311'l+"""""'mv H Y R ,Xi-i x ,,juL.N.- ,,J'f,g,f,rM .W,..-. Q .V . -im---,. 2 - -15133. ,. ' - " --L Q . , V 61- . V, "' 'f 1-1 'ik 55, as mx. y-,glllk - ,av M .J . W - W .ky ,V ,yz-.g,,gp,3y ,' 5:4 ,w.,.., .W 4 A K K 5 W - fn XV . 1A f . .. H W L ' . ,.. 4- V -H fm Q. qw: - 1 - W-"wif H Q- G ff y?f2vgf,gfwl, V.-554: filly Afwwfqii-244-mTEx25f'?2fa,1Q,g ,ggi ,Qigfkif 7 ' y if A , We i f , P 'f -, I -. , - .. - - 1-. ' -1 . 'i,,, , ' : .."':?,b. " X L !' 9."v' 9: "9': 1 .X ,- ,, 'ef' 'fx '. . Z-f4l"f K, " P Q -. - i f 0 .- 146 Getting the right bot is important. "f Get him out! 'K Lu.. t- 21 -1,.W,,..f:., ,v M, ., E9!Q37'Wf9t'e3'2'f'gS 4 .cvii L Q 4 ,. -1 . -,A t 8, f .. New X 1 fe--rw , . ,, .Q X ,. me ,1 W ,FM Throw it here! T 'Q 147 Worm up Time Good luck! 'mwwfw W 14-8 LQH Befween innings. Get Thor mon on second! 49. 149 i'i.Qf,.,i45B-fx.. W . ":"H, GIRLS' SOCCER ROW 1: Senneca, Laning, Albrechf, LeTaWT, Hoffsfeifer. ROW 2: Nicholas, Zvvarych Merchant, Hanks, Clark. ROW 3: Thomas, Lesin, Nowack, Blum, Schorr, Hilles. ROW 4 Baile, Vezzoli, Kokolus. In The only game of The season, Moravian beat Upsala lO-2. 150 Pass The oranges. Get that bolll BA KETBALL ROW ONE: Sfinner, Keglovifs, Toner, PoTfer, Morfin. ROW TWO: Couch Ccxlvo, Dovis Ccxusley, Chergey, Shikoro, Olson, Asst. Couch Murcincin. 152 Drew .... Wilkes ...... Muhlenberg ... Swarthmore . . . Lafayette . . . Adelphi ..,......... Farleigh Dickinson Albright ........... Upsala .. Scranton .. Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Good shot! SCORES 71 Lebanon Valley ......72 St. Peterst... 67 Dickinson .. ......62 Hofstra ....,.69 F84M....... 93 Lebanon Valley .. U62 Scranton..... ......86 Wagner ......69 Lincoln.. ......73 Albright 153 Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Ge? your uniforms here. 154 LeT's keep Those uniforms neat Get in there cmd ight, boys. Ouch! 155 Sink IT, Deck! Time out Nice game, Fritz. X-PM Up ond in GIRL ' BASKETBALL ROW 1: Jones, Kokolus. ROW 2: Fre-iz, Luzietti, Thomas, Zwarych, Nicholas. ROW 3 Buiner, Hanks, Hoffsie-Tfer, Helmich, Lang, Le-sin. Wilkes ... .. Miseracorclia . . . Upsala ... .. Cenienary ..... Lebanon Valley Moravia n Moravian ...... Moravian ...... Moravian ...... Moravian ...... SCORES Albright ...... Cedar Crest Kuiziown ..,.. Upsala ... 158 Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Vicki makes C1 basket. LOST minute instructions from The couch. Hold that ball! Jump! Ge-T if over The nef. 5353, gm .4 N igfwi -i Y- . Q e ,:-' . f x K- 2 7f-, Le ,fs.ff Pg wf.,. .gf me .K ' '-' . 'K n v . 1: :- '-:v--. .:.":3,!32': , 9 39 'if 1 K' f : .as ,- Y 2g:Q5.g,:4 . 31 ,g 1 1 wx ' jg I err' IJ: -I : g,,. , 33 1 ef 'Q 'g'?ff??s?2f if as V,1VA J ' v e H ., . 161 Another basket. Deck TENNIS LaSalle Haverford Albright .. .... Wilkes .. Moravian ...... Moravian Moravian Moravian Johnson, Simon, Roth. SCORES 6 O i 9 162 Lafayeffe . . . . . Hofstra . . . Muhlenberg ST. Joseph ...... Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Good luck, Dick. Slczm it A high one. Good serve! The fans look on. ---w..-...,- 165 PUT if right here. H ZW . -V .ew ,W 'L i I ' Q ' ywfff ee T On your mark... CRGSS-CCUNTRY scoREs Elizabethtown . . 17 Moravian ..... 42 Muhlenberg .. . 28 Moravian PMC ......... 37 Moravian ..... 22 F 84 M ........ 23 Moravian Albright ...... 28 Moravian ..... 27 166 o! Get set . . . Over The finish line GIRLS' SWIMMI G Merchonl, Dovis, Vezzoll, Lesln, Dugan. ln the only meer of The seoson, the Morovion feom Tiecl for flrsf ploce with Albright College. 168 ,. M Q-.nq.,5M.w--"W ROW 1: Soloff, Toner, Tom Valko, Skrable, Clemens, Coach Billheimer. ROW 2: Salay, Collins, Bob Valko, Potter, Barwick, Gaughan. Muhlenberg . . . 9V2 Hofstra . . . . . 4b Haverford .... SV2 Lafayette ..... l4 Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian GOLF 8V2 Albright ...... l SVQ Moravian .... 4V2 l3W Scranton . . . . . 4 Moravian .... 14W l2V2 Wilkes . . . . 8 Moravian . . . . lO 4 169 'au we WRESTLING SEATED: Wohlbcch, Cziroky, Lerch, Viglione, Jacob. STANDING: Coach Kuklentz Rompone, Borfolef, Silvefz. 170 Silvefz downs Lebanon Valley Watch if, ref! 171 CHEERLEADERS Leeb French Rierson Ruth Lcmdrock Clevvell Dongler Solmons Loning Conover 172 Cheerleaders in ciciion? Resi period, kiddies 173 Spike if! INTRAMLIRALS An exciting moment in ci touch foot bcll game. 174 A close one. Over The net for 0 point The Seminorions in C1 wild volley- boll gome. ROW 'l: Wrighf, Nelson, Johnson. ROW 2: Sievers, Schoflsfoll, Houpert. Baske-Tball is a popular intramural sport Inframural championship game. BACCALALI REATE Dr. Alan F. Herr, marshal, leads the seniors from historic Central Moravian Church near South Campus after the annual Bacca- laureate service Sunday, June 8, 1958. 178 dr. allen addresses senior class at baccalaureate services. This year's Baccalaureate address was delivered by the Reverend Dr. Walser Had- don Allen, pastor of the Central Moravian Church. Dr. Allen spoke to a class ot I36 seniors and their families and friends, Although he has assisted at a great many Moravian College services, this was the first Baccalaureate sermon the Moravian seniors have been privileged to hear Dr. Allen preach. Other highlights of the program were two anthems by the Moravian College mixed choir, directed by Richard Schantz. After the service, the class dispersed until the commencement exercises later in the day. ters moravian church. 179 senior class, led by dr. herr, en- senior iohn joseph higgins ac- cepts an american history award from president raymond s. haupert. COMMENCEME T The i958 graduating class was addressed by Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, president, the City College of New York. Bachelor degrees were presented to l36 seniors. Honorary degrees were conferred upon Dr. Gallagher, Mr. Robert Elmore, organist ot the Central Moravian Church, the Rev. Herbert Spaugh, pastor ot the Charlotte, North Carolina Moravian Church, and Seniors receiving prizes tor outstanding undergraduate work were Mrs. Louise Sottosanti, Mrs. lsabel Petro, John Higgins, Kenneth Skrable, and Richard Steiner. Following the commencement exercises a reception in honor of the recipients of degrees was held on the lawn behind Comenius Hall. honor student, mrs. louise sottosanti, receives diploma from president haupert. 180 administration and faculty held a reception in honor of recipients of degrees in the quadrangle, north campus. seniors, with their families and friends, look on as president haupert speaks at annual com- mencement exercises, college hall, iune 8, 1958. , 4 two newly graduated seniors, mr. and mrs. richard gottwald, congratulate each other. comenius hall 182 -Z-BUD 37-40 0 0 N 1 . Dr. l-laupert with his familiar Christmas putz. THE PRESIDE T RAYMOND S. HAUPERT, Ph.D. President B.A., Moravian College, 1922, BD, Moravian Theological Sem- inary, 1924, MS. University of Lafayette College, i95O, L.L.D., Lehigh University, l95l. 184- HALCYON SARTWELL, M.Ed. Dean of Women B.S. Geneva College lvl. Ed., Syracuse University i 185 MARLYN A. RADER, M.A Dean B.S., Moravian College M.A., Lehigh University RICHARD E. MYERS, Ph. D. Dean of Men SAMUEL C. ZELLER, Th.D Chaplain 186 KATHRYN LANE PHELPS Director of Publicity ROBERT P. SNYDER Director of Development ADMISSIONS OFFICE STAFF HALCYON SARTWELL, M.A. DOROTHY RUYAK, B.S. Deon of Women Associate Director of Alumni Relciiions CHARLES KUHN, B.S. and Mrs. MORECZ FANNY HARRAR, B.A. Business Bursor 188 A DEPARTME T E GLISH f F ROBERT T. BURCAW, M.A. ELLA LOUISE WILLIAMS, M.A English ond Dromo English Nw-M--f ALAN F. HERR, Ph.D. I-Ieocl, English De-porfmeni LLOYD BURKHART, Ph.D. WALTER J. BEAUPRE, M.A. English Speech and Dromo 190 'lf W., 'ily Q ' ,5 ig kv v'7" ' Z "i1 -L X' wi ANNA T. RILEY, B.A. RUTH MYERS, B.A. Art Music ond Piano DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC AND ART RICHARD R. SCHANTZ, M.A. Head, Music Deportmenf 191 T MARLYN A. RADER, M.A. JOHANNA S OTT M S Head, Mofhemotics Department Mmhemmics DEPARTMENTS OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE WILLIAM B. MILLER, M.A. KAREN JOHNSON, B.S. Mcfhemufics Mclflwemclfics 192 KATINA KAPSALIS, B.S. X Physics JACK R. RIDGE, B.S. Physics 3 ,so s s y .E ALBERTE H GAUMER Ph D Biology 193 35. L, STEWART E. RAUCH, Jr., M.S. Chemistry mm, il :ff RICHMOND E. MYERS, Ph.D. Geology 1 I PI ,sim S., -W.,-w1.'-3 if -4 wgw. .sm.g.ff.- ,551 41. -f DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FRANCES G. DAGER, Ph.D. GRACE C. M. LENNOX Elemenfory Educofion Art Education JOSEPH L. HACKENBERG, M.A. Educofion DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY JANET ROBERTS, M.S. NICHOLAS STELMASHUK, M.S Socrology Psychology 194 DEPARTMENT A.. HISTORY 'i -f vi, ,L,. I ., .I. RICHARD JONES, PI1.D Heod, History Deporimeni Political Science MARY C. KENNEDY, Ph.D. History DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION OTIS H. SHAO, PI'1.D. SAMUEL C. ZELLER, Tl-LD, BURNS B. BROADHEAD, PI'1.D. Religion PI1iIosopI1y 195 ' 1 0--.J In MARGARET GUMP, Ph.D. , ' MICHAEL ELIAS, B.A. Head, Modern Language De- Q, .,"h ' ,AAmi.Q A L Spanish and French partment JEAN MARIE BEECHER, MA. French DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES PAUL E. MUELLER, Ph.D. L German GEORGE TYLER, A.B. RALPH W. IOBST, M.A. Head, Classics Deparfment French and Spanish 196 DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS G. ALDEN SEARS, M.A. Heool, Economics Department DEPARTMENT HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION SE IOR DIRECTORY ALFRED FRANKLIN APPLE B.A. in Sociology 850 .Iuniper Road, Hellertown, Pa. Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3,4, Sociology Club 3,4, Intramural softball I,2, Intramural basketball 3,4, Intramural football 2. SALIM CHRIS ATIYEH B.S. in Elementary Education 621 N. Lumber Street, Allentown, Pa. Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4. JAMES ALFRED Ben B.S. in Biology 1025 Monacacy Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Pi Mu 1,2,3, Treasurer 2. PETER BERNDT B.A. In German Star Route, Allentown, Pennsylvania Modern Language Club 1,2,3,4, President 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4. RICHARD JOHN BERNER B.A. in History 219 Hobson Street, Stiles, Pa. Varsity Football 3.4, Intramural basketball 3, Kappa Phi Kappa, Treasurer 4, Omicron Gamma Omega 3,4. University of Dela- ware I,2, SYLVIA JEAN BILLING B.S. in Mathematics 429 Hayes Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4, Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Women's Athletic Association 2,3, Modern Language Club 2,3, President 4. JOHN P. A. BOLGER B.S. in Business Administration R. D. -H43, Newton, New Jersey Comenian I,2, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. ROSEMARIE FRANCES BOYLE B.S. in Elementary Education 468 Birkel Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4, Intramural volleyball 1,2,3, Glee Club 1, Class Omcer, U,S.G. Representative 2, Women's Council, Social Chairman 4, Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4, Inter-Sorority Council 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Secretary 4, ROBERT JERRY BREIDENBACH B.A. in General Studies 421 E. Broad Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Junior Varsity Basketball I,2, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4. ROBERT P. BRENNEMAN B.A. in Pre-theology 42 E. Goepp Street, Bethlehem, Pa. ROBERT JAMES BURKHART B.A. in English Kenridge Farm, Macada Road, Bethlehem, Pa. Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, U.S.G, Representative 4, Blacktriars 2, Intramural Basketball 2. KENLEY FORREST BURKHART B.S. Pre-Med 425 Elmwood Avenue, Fargo, North Dakota North Dakota State College, I,2, Choir 3, Grotto 3, Rho Alpha Upsilon 4. CAROL NANCY BURWELL B.S. in Elementary Education 3607 Freemansburg Road, Easton, Pa, Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Women's Council 2,3,4, President 4, Inter-Sorority Council 1, President 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Triangle Honor Society 4, Comenian 1, Miss Moravian Court 4. THOMAS CARDENE B.S. in Business Administration 127 Wood Street, Catasauqua, Pa, Rider College I,2, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Veterans' Association 3,4. SINCLAIR WIGGINS CHILES, III B.A. in General Science 135 Langhorne Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Spaniel Field Trial Club 3,4, President 4. RONALD ANTON CZIRAKY B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 1531 Center Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Varsity "M" Club 4. FRANK J. DANYI, JR. B.A. in History 1337 Snyder Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Political Activities Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, International Relations Club 2,3,-4, Young Democrats 2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3, Benigna 3, Comenian 2,3, U.S.G. I,3, Class Officer, Vice President 2,3, Triangle Honor Society 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, I,C.G. 3,4, Who's Who 4. WILLIAM HARRY DIMMICH B.A. in Sociology R.D. 4, Bethlehem, Pa. Band 1,2,3,4, President 3,4, Collegiate Band Festival 3,4, Sociology Club 3,4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4. DOLORES ANDREA DURNER B.S. in Elementary Education 908 Evans Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. ALFRED PAUL EBERT B.A. in History 212 Third Avenue, Westwood, New Jersey Omicron Gamma Omega 3.4, Band 2, Intramural Volleyball 3, Intramural Football I,2,3,4, Intramural Tennis I,2, Glee Club 1,2, Archaeology Club 2. DONALD WARREN ECKERT B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 7I9 Front Street, Hellertown, Pa. Junior Varsity Basketball I, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Intramural Volleyball 2, Sigma Theta Pi I,2. RICHARD FREDERICK EGGE B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Castle Apartments, Hall Square, Nazareth, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Secretary 4. SHIRLEY WIEGNER ELLIOTT B.S. in Biology i303 Main Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Sigma Phi Alpha i,2,3,4, Band I,2, treasurer 2, Archaeology Club I,2, Vice President 2, Comenian, Circulation Manager I,2, Kappa Delta Epsilon 4, Seminariannes 3,4. WALLACE CALVIN ELLIOTT B.A. in English i303 Main Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Sigma Phi Alpha I,2,3,4, President 4, Glee Club I,2, Student Director 2, Band I,2, Benigna I, Triangle Honor Society 3,4, Intramural Football I,2, Class Officer, Treasurer I,2,3,4. JAMES E. EYER B.A. in Political Science I22 W. Fairview Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4. FRANK M. FERMATO B.S. in Business Administration I8OO Barbara Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Omicron Gamma Omega 2,3,4, Veterans' Association 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Social Activities Committee 4. BRENT ERNEST FINDON, JR. B.A. in English 838 Juniper Road, Hellertown, Pa. Intramural Basketball 2,3. DONALD K. FLEMING B.A. in English 7I4 N. Irving Street, Allentown, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, Veterans' Association I,2. DALE LAWRENCE FLUCK B.S. in Chemistry 208 Durham Street, Hellertown, Pa. Pennsylvania State University I, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Intra- mural Baseball 2,3,4, Rau Science Club 2,3,4, President 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4. JUDITH LEITH FRETZ B.S. in Elementary Education 42 W. Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Swimming Team 3, Intramural Volleyball I,2,3, Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. JAMES EDWARD GALLAGHER B.S. in Business Administration 528 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4. MICHAEL JAMES GALLAGHER B.S. in Economics and Business Administration I7I5 E. Greenleaf Street, Allentown, Pa. Junior Varsity Basketball I,2, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Intramural Basketball 3,4. ALFRED LOUIS GARA I9 Church Street, Raritan, New Jersey B.A. in English Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4, Inter-Fraternity Council, President 3,4, Kappa Phi Kappa, President 4. LOUIS ARTHUR GONSALVES B.A. in General Studies IOI5 Pawnee Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, Intramural Basketball. ROY BELL GOSHORN B.A. in English 521 Bellview Avenue, Bellwood, Pa. Comenian I,2,3,4, Editor 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Board of Publica- tions 3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4. JANE ADAMS GOTTWALD B.S. in Elementary Education i203 Lorain Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Phi Mu Epsilon I,2,3,4, Corresponding secretary 2, Triangle 2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Women's Athletic Association 2, U.S.G. 4, Secretary 4, Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Y.W.C.A. I,2, Treasurer I,2. RICHARD CARL GOTTWALD B.A. in English 5I6 Wyandotte Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Intramural Football I,3,4, Intramural Basketball I, Intramural Volleyball 2, Spelunkers 3,4, President 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, Secretary 4, Omicron Gamma Omega 3,4. JOSEPH JOHN GUMAN 3I4 State Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Football 2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4. B.A. in English EARL GEORGE HAHN I334 High Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4. B.A. in English RICHARD RANDALL HANEY B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 286 E. Walnut Street, Allentown, Pa. Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Varsity Baseball I,2,3, Varsity "M" Club I,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 3,4. CONSTANCE NEWHARD HANKS B.A. in Sociology 2050 Henderson Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Pi 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Membership Chairman 4, Women's Council 4, Women's Athletic Association 3,4, Sociology Club 3,4, Varsity Basketball 2, Manager 3,4, Varsity Softball 3,4, Varsity Soccer 4, intramural Tennis 3, Intramural Volleyball 2,3. GAIL ANNE HARDING B.S. in Elementary Education 32 Rhoda Avenue, Nutley, New Jersey Phi Mu Epsilon i,2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Athletic Associa- tion 2,3,4, Basketball Manager 3,4, Varsity Hockey 3, Women's Council I,2,4, Women's Dorm Council I,4, President 4, U.S.G. 4, Fair Secs l,2. MICHAEL T. HARTNETT B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 434 Birkel Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. intramural Basketball, Intramural Baseball, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. WILLIAM VINCENT HERBEIN B.A. in History 70 W. Goepp Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Veterans' Association i,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3, Lecture-Film Committee 2, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, Vice President 4, Political Activities Club 3,4, Intramural Basketball I,2, Intramural Volleyball I,2,3, Intra- mural Sottball 3. JEAN WEIK HERTZOG B.S. in Mathematics R.D. 5-,i'f4, Bethlehem, Pa. Albright College I,2,3. RONALD NORMAN HIESTER B.A. in Pre-Theology i26 E. Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Glee Club I,3, Pi Mu i,2,3,4, Chaplain 3. JOHN JOSEPH HIGGINS B.A. in Political Science 660 Elmhurst Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Sigma Phi Alpha 4, Political Activities Club 3, Young Republicans Co-chairman 3, United Student Government 3,4. SYMAN NATHANIEL HIRSCH B.A. in English I334 W. Fourth Street, Plainfield, New Jersey Varsity Baseball 2,3,4, Sigma Phi Omega 3,4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, Sigma Phi Alpha I,2,3, Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4, Intramural Softball I, intramural Basketball i,2,3,4, intramural Football i,2,3,4, Dormitory Council 2, Political Activities Club 3. VINCENT ALLAN HUCK B.A. in Sociology 2OI6 Oak Lane, Bethlehem, Pa. Intramural Sports 2,3, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3. WILLIAM JAMES HUME B.S. in Business Administration i2I3 Maple Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Intramural Baseball I,2, intramural Basketball I,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon i,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. DANEEN FRANCES JONES B.A. in English I433 Wynnewood Drive, Bethlehem, Pa. Chestnut Hill College I, Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Co-captain 4, Varsity Softball 3, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Comenian 3,4, Spring Festival Chairman 3, Women's Athletic Association 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Homecoming Queen 2, Miss Moravian 4, Who's Who 4. EDWIN J. M. JONES B.S. in Business Administration 329 S. Broad Street, Nazareth, Pa. Political Activities Club 3, Epsilon Beta Alpha 4. JOHN DAVID JORGENSEN B.A. in English 608 Fourth Avenue, Bradley Beach, New Jersey Glee Club I,2,3, Band I, Blacktriars i,2,3,4, "Harvey" 3, Omicron Gamma Omega i,2,3,4, United Student Government President 4, Emcee Quartet I,2,3, Alpha Psi Omega 3,4, President 4, Who's Who 4. RONALD QUINTUS KEMMERER B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 2440 S. Law Street, Allentown, Pa. Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4. JANICE ELIZABETH KENNEDY B.A. in English 624 Union Avenue, Dover, Ohio Band 2,3,4, Secretary 3, U.S.G. Representative 4, Benigna 2,3,4, Associate Editor 4, Blacktriars 3,4, Board ot Fine Arts 4, Campus Christian Association 2,3, Choir i,3,4, Vice President 4, Comenian l,2,3, Kappa Delta Epsilon 4, Manuscript 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Religious Activities Committee 3,4, Chairman 4, Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3, Triangle 4, United Student Government 4, Women's Council 4, Who's Who 4. GERALD RICHARD KEYOCK B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 407 Grandview Blvd., Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Baseball I,2,3, intramural Baseball 3,4, intramural Basket- ball 3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega i,2,3,4, Vice President 4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Varsity "M" Club i,2,3,4, Comenian Photog- rapher 4. FRANCIS JOSEPH KORPICS, JR. B.S. in Business Administration 32 E. Union Blvd., Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Football i,2, Varsity Baseball 2, Intramural Basketball i,2,3,4, Intramural Baseball I,3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega i,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha i,2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club I,2,3,4. DAVID HARRISON KRATZER B,S. in Mathematics 38 Lehigh Avenue, West Catasauqua, Pa. Varsity Football l,2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club l,2,3,4, intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon l,2,3, Omicron Gamma Omega 4, Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4. KATHRYN SEWARD LAMBERT B.S. in Elementary Education 84 W. Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Glee Club i, Sophomore Hazing Chairman 2, Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4, Women's Council 3, Class Otticer, Vice President 2, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. RICHARD GEORGE LAMBERT B.A. in General Studies 84 W. Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Class Othcer, President i,2,3, Triangle 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Comenian i,2,3, Feature Editor 2, Co-feature Editor 3, Omicron Gamma Omega i,2,3,4, Glee Club I. SHIRLEY ANN LEH B.S. in Nursing 727 Jackson Street, Easton, Pa. Abington Memorial Hospital School of Nursing l,2, Campus Christian Association 3,4, Choir 4. BYRON E. LONG B.S. in Economics and Business Administration R.D. Ifffil, Coplay, Pa. Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Veterans' Association l,2,3,4, Band i,2. SALLY ANN T. LONGENBACH B.A. in History Box 233, Route 2, Northampton, Pa. Choir l,3,4, Political Activities Club 2,3, Sigma Phi Alpha 'I,2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. CAROL SLOAN MCELVEEN B.S. in Elementary Education 3222 Konnoak Drive, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Appalachian State Teachers College l,2, Choir 4. KATHRYN GRACE MCMURRAY B.S. in Chemistry 612 N. Hottert Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Phi Mu Epsilon l,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Women's Council l, Comenian i,2,3,4, Choir 4. PAULINE MAE MACHIN B.A. in Christian Education 2855 N. Main Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Oratorical Contest 3. HOWARD K. MENDELSOHN II7 Graham Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey B.A. in English Assistant Baseball Manager l,2, Benigna 2,3, Veterans' Associa- tion 2,3,4. ISIDORE MIHALAKIS B.S. in Pre-professional Curriculum 44l Seneca Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Rau Science Club i,2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4, Histor 3,4. ANN CAROL MILLER B.S. in Elementary Education TO Cypress Avenue, Elberon Park, New Jersey Phi Mu Epsilon 3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Vice President 4, Women's Athletic Association 2,3, Hockey Manager 2,3, Spelunkers 4, U.S.G, Elections Board Committee 4, Freshman Hazing Code Com- mittee 4, Co-Chairman 4. JOHN MIRENNA B.S, in Economics and Business Administration l63 Mercer Street, Phillipsburg, New Jersey Muhlenberg College l, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4, Vice President 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Elections Committee, Clerk 4, Veterans' Association 2,3,4. JOAN MARGARET MOYER 649 Washington Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. St. Luke's Hospital School at Nursing l,2, Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4, B.S. in Nursing Kappa Delta Epsilon 4, Rau Science Club 4. RUTH MYERS i734 Sycamore Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Pi l,2,3,4, Choir l,3, Moravatones 2, Blaclctriars l,2, B.A. in English Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Campus Christian Association 3,4, Fresh- man Code Committee 3. MARJORIE HELEN NEUSCH R.D, iii, Coppersburg, Pa. Phi Mu Epsilon i,2,3,4, Athletic Association 3, Benigna 3, Women's B.A. in English Council 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. JAMES ROBERT OWEN B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 402 Miller Street, West Catasauqua, Pa. Veterans' Association 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. MERRITT CLYDE PEARSON B.S. in Mathematics 54 W. Depot Street, Hellertown, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4. FRANK GEORGE PETAK B.S. in Economics and Business Administration R.D. WIS, Bethlehem, Pa. Archaeology Club 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. ISABEL A. PETRO B.A. in Spanish 947 Philadelphia Road, Easton, Pa, Modern Language Club i,2,3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Treas- urer 4. RICHARD STEPHEN PHILIPPI B.S. in Economics and Business Administration l40 W. Susquehanna Street, Allentown, Pa. Veterans' Association 2,3, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. NICHOLAS G. PIPPIS B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 726 Seneca Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Sigma Phi Alpha, Treasurer 2,3,4, Political Activities Club 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Campus Christian Association 2,3,4, Treasurer 3. ARTHUR ROBERT POTOSNAK B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 26 W. Union Blvd., Bethlehem, Pa. Glee Club i,2, Comenian l,2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon l,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Intramural Football l,2,3,4, Intramural Softball l,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball i,2,3,4, Intramural Volleyball l,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, President 4, Editor Football Program 4, Class Officer, Secretary 4, Archaeology Club 2, Benigna 4, NORMAN ERIC PROCHNAU B.A. in English Box 2, Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada Pi Mu l,2,3,4, Choir i,2,3,4, Baseball Manager 'i,2, Intramural Softball 3,4, Concert-Lecture Committee, Chairman 4. JOSEPH RICHARD PULLEY B.S. in Physics 624 Leibert Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4. KENNETH LAUREN PYNE B.A. in English Box 45, Old Zionsville, Pa. The Army Language School, Russian Division, Eastern Pilgrim Col- lege l, Comenian 2,3, Intramural Handball 3, Varsity Tennis 2,3, Band 3, Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Political Activities Club 4, Inter- Collegiate Conference on Government, Sgt.-at-arms 4. PETER JACOB REDBERGER B.S. in Mathematics Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada Choir l,2,3,4. ROBERT L. REED B.S. in Biology 2lO2 Woodbridge Avenue, Nixon, New Jersey Omicron Gamma Omega l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4, Rho Alpha Upsilon 4. RODNEY ELMER REICHARD B.S. in Chemistry i035 Easton Road, Hellertown, Pa. Rau Science Club 3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4. RONALD RUSSELL RHEN B.S. in Economics and Business Administration i7 E. Market Street, Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Varsity "M" I,2,3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega l,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Varsity Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2, Golf l,2. PHYLLIS ANNE RIFE B.A. in Sociology 2661 Nottingham Road, Bethlehem, Pa. Sociology Club 3,4, Varsity Basketball 2, Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4, Intramural Volleyball 2. JOSEPH F. ROGALEWICZ B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Eleventh Street, Miller's Heights, Bethlehem, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon l,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Intramural Football 3,4. ROBERT RALSTON ROGERS B.S. in Economics and Business Administration R.D. 432, Box l54, Bath, Pa. Intramural Football I,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Intramural Softball 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega i,2,3,4. JOSEPH LEON ROSENFELD B.A. in Political Science 2l3 S. i5th Street, Allentown, Pa. Triangle 3,4, Comenian l,2,3,4, Benigna i,2,3,4, Business Manager 3, Political Activities Club l,2,3,4, President 3, International Re- lations Club i,2,3,4, President 3, Sigma Phi Alpha l,2,3,4, Intra- mural Sports l,2,3,4, Manuscript i,2, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, U.S.G. I,2,3,4, Men's Council 2, Comenian Literary Society 'l,2, U.S.G. Constitutional Revisions Committee, Chairman 4, U.S.G. Calendar Committee Chairman 3, U.S.G. Honor System Committee 4, Blackfriars l,4, "Antigone" 4, Phi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Young Democrats l,2,3,4, Inter-Collegiate Conference on Govern- ment i,2,3,4. CHARLES RICHARD ROTH B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 49 Fairmount Avenue, Chathan, New Jersey Basketball I, Tennis l,2,3,4, Captain 4, Political Activities Club 3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Varsity "M" Club i,2,3,4, Glee Club I, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Pledgemaster 4, Class Officer, President 4. DONALD GEORGE ROTH B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 213 E. Mosser Street, Allentown, Pa. Political Activities Club 2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. WILLIAM JAMES RUPP B.A. in Political Science 309 N. Main Street, Souderton, Pa. Political Activities Club I,2,3,4, President 4, International Relations Club I,2,3,4, President 4, Young Democrats I,2,3,4, Chairman 3,4, U.S.G. 3,4, Committee on Constitutional Integration, Chairman 4, Archaeology Club l,2, Glee Club I, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Inter-Collegiate Conference on Government 2,3,4, Campus Chair- man 4. BRIAN VICTOR SADERHOLM B.A. in English 30 Brown Avenue, Staten Island 8, New York Choir I,2,3,4, Comenian 2,3,4, Benigna 2,3, Editor 3, Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4, President 4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, President 4, Social Activities Committee 4, Decorating Committee 3, U.S.G. 2,4, Constitution Committee, RICHARD MARTIN SAUERZOPF B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 418 Liberty Street, Allentown, Pa. Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. HAROLD PRESTON SCANLIN B.A. in History 3I S. West Street, Allentown, Pa. Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Band I,2, Political Activities Club 2,3,4, Inter- Collegiate Conference on Government 4, Comenian I, International Relations Club 3,4. JOHN PAUL sci-iurz B.S. in Biology 24 Dewberry Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Rau Science Club 2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4, Men's Council 2,4. ALBERT JOSEPH SCHWAB B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Lakeside Trail, Fayson Lakes, Butler, N. J. Clarkson College I, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Board ot Publica- tions 3,4, Triangle 3,4, Who's Who 4. RUTH CATHERINE SALABSKY B.S. in Elementary Education IIO5 Belmont Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Pi I,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Treasurer 4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, President 4, Women's Council I,2, Treas- urer I, Secretary 2, Cheerleader 3, Fair Secs I,2, Glee Club I. JACK LEE SALMONS B.A. in English 1939 Lyon Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Choir 2,3,4, President 4, Benigna I,2,3, Cheerleader 3,4, Intramural Football I. RICHARD RAYMOND SARAS B.A. in English 350 S. Walnut Street, Bath, Pa. Veterans' Association l,2,3, Omicron Gamma Omega 2,3, Intra- mural Football 2,3,4, Intramural Baseball 2,3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega 2,3,4, Pledge Committee 4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4. RICHARD JOHN SCHWARTZ B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 476 E. Tenth Street, Northampton, Pa. Varsity Baseball I,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4. KENNETH WILLIAM SKRABLE B.S. in Physics 4I Orchard Avenue, Emerson, New Jersey Golf i,2,3,4, Intramural Softball l,2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club I,2,3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega l,2,3,4. PAUL SLIFKA B.A. in General Studies T270 E. Fourth Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Varsity Football I,2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon l,2,3,4, Benigna Photo Editor 2,3, Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. ROBERT GEORGE SMERKO B.S. in Chemistry 828 Bridge Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Golt I, Rau Science Society 2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 3, Inter-Fraternity Council 3, Junior Member American Chemical Society. ROBERT HARRY SMITH B.A. in English Sister Bay, Wisconsin Glee Club I,2, Choir 3,4, President 3, Band i,2,3, Baseball Man- ager i,2, Social Activities Committee 3,4, Chairman 4, Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4, Triangle 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Who's Who 4. ALBERT EDWARD SMULLEN B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 5I9 Ninth Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Intramural Volleyball 2, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Vice President 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4, Social Chairman 4, Glee Club i, Veterans' Association i,2, LOUISE JULIA SOTTOSANTI B.S. in Elementary Education 2OI S. Seventh Street, Easton, Pa. Modern Language Club 2,3, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. VINCENT EDWIN SPESS B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 330 Walnut Street, Catasauqua, Pa. Veterans' Association i,2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. RICHARD OLIN STEINER B.A. in History IO28 Dover Avenue, Dover, Ohio Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Comenian I,2,3,4, Benigna I,2,3,4, Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Tennis I,2,3,4, intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4, U.S.G. 3,4, Vice President 4, Triangle 4. ROBERT CHARLES STEWART, JR. 758 Bridge Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Band I,2,3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4. B.A. in English DONALD EUGENE STINNER B.A. in General Studies 9OI Linden Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Basketball I. WILLIAM JOSEPH STRACCIA B.S. in Economics and Business Administration I54I Ferry Street, Easton, Pa. Omicron Gamma Omega 2,3,4, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Veterans' Association I,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball I,2. JOSEPH CHARLES STRAWN B.S. in Economics and Business Administration 4OI Main Street, Hellertown, Pa. Intramural Football I,2, intramural Basketball I,2,3, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Treasurer 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2. ROBERT FARQUHARSON THOMPSON, JR. B.A. in History 52I Tenth Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. Glee Club i,2, Political Activities Club 3,4, Treasurer 4, Modern Language Club 3,4, Campus Christian Association 3,4, Vice Presi- dent 4, Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4, ELEANOR DOROTHY VERONIS B.A. in English QI S. Twelfth Street, Easton, Pa. Alpha Epsilon Pi I,2,3,4. FRANCIS JOHN WERSZNER B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Assistant Treasurer 3, Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Political Activities Club 3,45 intramural Sports I,2,3,4. JOHN DANIEL WHITNEY B.A. in English III6 Fritz Drive, Bethlehem, Pa. RICHARD FRANKLIN WIMMER B.S. in Mathematics 25 W. Greenwich Street, Bethlehem, Pa, Band I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Rau Science Club I, intramural Basketball I,2, intramural Football 4. JOSEPH JOHN ZARECZKY B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4, Veterans' Association I,2. ANDREAS PETER ZIZOS B.S. in Biology 6I8 Asbury Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey Tau Kappa Epsilon I,2,3,4, intramural Softball I. POPPY FELICIA ZIZOS B.S. in Elementary Education Penn State University I, Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4, Comenian 2,3, Assistant Advertising Manager, Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3, Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4, Manuscript 2. DALE WILLIAM BATH B.S. in Biology 647 S. High Street, Bangor, Pa. Rau Science Club 2,3,4, Sigma Phi Omega 3,4. FREDERICK NICHOLAS CASTELLUCCI B.S. in Chemistry 538 Broadway, Bangor, Pa. Rau Science Club I,2, Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4. PALMER JOSEPH COTTURO 878 Market Street, Bangor, Pa. B.S. in Pre-Professional Rau Science Club 3,4. HOWARD ROY EVANS Endicott, New York B.A. in Sociology JOHN LEONARD FINELLI B.S. in Economics and Business Administration Varsity Football 2,3,4, Omicron Gamma Omega I,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Varsity "M" Club 3,4, Political Activities Club 4, Class Otticer, Vice President 4. 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