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Football ........,,. . . . Cross Country .... . Basketball ..,. . Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 6 8 10 16 24 26 30 34 48 58 60 92 102 124 126 134 136 138 143 144 T BLE OF ONTENT I Sn I I X. 1. ELEJ-1L,.--T 1 fvserwfd- 1, gig We . rig... , 1. 'frm - f -1 ,fgzit , 'W-425-1s'wlii1l.L-am.. ., .,,, ilu., lsifrumn-1-lvfsn,-fL.gLw..,,.4! Wrestling .,.. , . . Baseball . . , . , . Golf ..... Tennls ..,....... . . . Girls' Basketball . . . , . . Girls' Hockey . . . . . . Girls' Tennis ...... . . . Sports Highlights .....,. Intramurals ....... . . . OUR DEPARTURE ....... Seniors ......... . . . Who's Who .... . . , Baccalaureate . . . . . . Commencement ..., . . . Miss Moravian . . . . . . OUR SEMINARIANS ..... Sen1ors ...........,.... Commencement .... . . . OUR ADVERTISERS ..... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS SENIOR DIRECTORY .... Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 149 153 156 158 159 161 162 164 166 168 170 189 190 191 193 194 196 198 200 206 207 l 5'xf'7 K M gk W W W W QQ W WD, WA Q M C ,gi 'VIL rw MIIZWVM X , WSW aw I ' A""j5Qi4R'gqWz7' .Egg "f?'Q-- R if US 1 , 9 - " P3 x X' 5 Q x X up if ' , . .A su fix- A I yy , 4 if W W X 1f"":'1 1 1 l Q if QWY! A S, 1'1- Qibsf fuflfl will r I C' 9 if - y 5 9 l A ,W H we ly ' I fl PROLOGE As We proceed along our path of life, We come to the threshold of our first ma- jor step which is often that of enrolling in 'collegeg Many of us are obliged to leave our homes and homelands and to accli- mate ourselves to entirely nevv surround- ings. Difficult as this may seem, everyone, regardless of race, color or creed, is dravvn to Moravian College, a miniature "melt- ing pot" of the continents. The friendly relations which prevail in this institution of learning are really indicative of a "home away from home." In these perilous times, when the bal- ance of nations is precarious, We at Mo- ravian College have been successful in maintaining peace, unity, and brother- hood among all students from the various sectors of the World. It is this principle and motif, "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniature," that is to be stressed throughout the 1960 BENIGN A. To veri- fy our productive coexistence, the BEN- IGNA is divided into Our Dignitaries, Our Preceptors, Our Unity, Our Con- structiveness, Our Pleasures, Our Com- petitiveness, Our Departure, Our Sem- inarians, and Our Advertisers in order to reveal the many facets of our World. WE PAY TRIB TE to OTIS H. .SHAO, Ph.D., for his humani- tarianism and exceptional enthusiasm and participation in the Moravian College stu- dent activities. A native of Shanghai, China, Dr. ,Shao received his Bachelor of Arts degree at St. John's University in Shanghai, his Master of Arts degree at the University of Colorado, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree at Brown University. In addition to filling the capacity of an associate professor of Political Science, Dr. Shao capably advises the Political Activities Club, holds a faculty membership in Tau Kappa Epsilon National Fraternity, and is actively engaged as a member in both the Triangle Honor Society and International Students Club on our campus. In recognition of all these attributes combined with his outstanding character, it is with sincere pride that We, the staff of the 1960 BE- NIGNA, dedicate this publication to Dr. Otis Shao. - Dr. Shao and his seminar group in the Harvey Memorial Library Moravian students enjoying a relaxing evening at the Shao residence l OTIS I-I. SHAO, Ph. D 9 0 R DIG ll RIE Within our structure lies the adminis- trative body, Our Dignitaries. It is through their capable and sagacious lead- ership that "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniature" continues to flourish. Through their extensive study and travel in many states and foreign lands, speak- ing engagements, and correspondence and interviews with prospective students, they have become ambassadors of good will. At the outset of a new year, Our Digni- taries deliver the initial welcome to our student body and are always ready and willing to aid them in solving any vital problems. In like manner, our adminis- trators are confronted with the task of creating a first impression 5 and since "first impressions are lasting", they must be ever conscious of their responsibilities. This group of individuals, in addition to all of these functions, is amenable for leg- islating and enforcing school policies, out- lining the curricula, and arranging for our necessities and social events. 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'aaa if .1 1m 111 11 -141 111 111 1 E "' 11".1"Q1isgf , 511 1 111 'w . 111111 111111 14-- 1 V 111 11 ,111 1 H 11 Y11i1 11 ,,,, , 1 1 1 1e1g:21,. 11 52352255 11 1 11111411 1 1 1 fm 1 11 152 1 1 1 I Y: M1111 1 11 111 111 111 1223422 1115 11 111 11 1 ,, S 11 11 115- 1 1 11 ,121 ' 11131 11 111 HFEESZM RAYMOND S. HAUPERT BA., DJJ., M.A., P11.D., D.Sc.E1z., LL.D. .12 HALCYON SARTWELL, M.A. lEd.J Dean of Women -asian! fr 'AT' A Us R ua w, p. vo 1. H- 'fo ' H r A' Saw ,VH 5 ?WEm uw 35 'H wi Fi" H wa.. :QQ Xu gl- ,ffm .EN E-Em UF :iw ww , ,,,,, Y E w uwuuww Q oo ww v - HA,Mximgm J, f .wi- 5 was x MQ.: f " -H .. ', 'fi 51-.nv .Fu -.:.a w w X ,E H W Wm ,Q , gg A ,, V en HARVEY T. D. GILLESPIE M.S. Dean of Men Director of Athletics MARLYN M. RADER, M.A Dean of Instruction X21-f' REV. HENRY A. LEWIS Chaplain Qi me A MlxlggggigwUW' 'wi WW NP" , wmzguc H. uw 4 1 if wg ,, it MISS DOROTHY RUYAK- Director of Alumni Relations, M. STAHLNECKER-Alumni Office MRS. KATHRYN LANE BEAUPRE Director of Publicity B. MICHAEL, MISS FANNY HARRAR-Assistant Treasurer Trea,surer's Office MR. ROBERT P. SNYDER Director of Development MR. PAUL E. CUNNINGHAM Superintendent of Building and Grounds I4 MISS MARVEL RETTMANN Director of Residence C7 +ii...i if . 'I ' H QE: 5-3-J? B U SI N E S S 0 F F I C E igiilgiiiaf' J5?01E5.I5a.?f?fi?S 132.35311 .E -1 " SEATED: M. Stauffer, M. Stipp. STANDING: A D S S I 0 N S Mr. Samuel R. Kilpatrick -Registrar and Director of Admissions, I. Lippert, O F C E Mrs. Marjorie P. Sherry- Associate Director of Ad- missions. A R I A N S K. Elias, A. Hunt, C. Langford, Mr. Henry Williams-Administrative Librarian. l f gf l c Z ff 'Af 3 l'iUpl!'l!fl gf.IfiI'It'," ' Q vm' ' f W 1 X7 of f , 0 R PRED PTOR Our Pr-eceptors are a crucial and in- tegral division of "Our Universal Broth- erhood in Miniature." These individuals guide and instruct us, th-eir students, Without prejudice and With untiring and unfailing efforts. Through their congen- iality, Our Preceptors inspire the students not only to Work vigorously but also to realize fully the responsibilities attached to acquiring a college education and the necessity of maintaining friendship and brotherhood among the school popula- tion. In spite of their vast accumulation of knowledge, our instructors have not attempted to display their superiority over the student body, they have, rather, always striven to expose their human characteristics by serving as advisors for clubs and organizations, partaking in friendly conversations, and occasional coffee breaks with their students. It is th-ese qualities that insure a happy four years for the foreign as Well as the Ameri- can-born students in their temporary home. ' " ' ,, U22 ' BW I T gi We v :Em m m uimlin ,, - rm. was 1 w Q, f Z v " I V W 1 w F,A.giVF,, . me ,. 2 , ,ffiiffg I .5 M Q - QQQFEW 10 11' 'u"g,mN 0 , um Alan F. Herr, Ph.D. Lloyd L. Burkhart, Ph.D. Robert T. Burcaw, M.A. Chgirman, Professor of English Professor of English Assistant Professor of English DEP RTMENT OF AN UAGE, RELIGIO , Ella Louise Bassett, M.A. Assistant Professor of English Henry A. Lewis, B.D. Mary Jane Hook, M.A. Samuel C. Zeller, Th.D. Associate Pygfggggy Of Religigqi Instructor in English Chairman, Professor of Religion and College Chaplain hr ig vf f' V4 .W 1 is 18 Us Margaret Gump, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of French and German NGLISH, ODER D PHILO OPHY Burns Brodhead, S.T.D. Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy Jean Marie Beecher, M.A. Paul E. Mueller, Ph.D. Associate Professor of German Assistant Professor of French Michael Elias, M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish F. J. McConnell, Jr., Ph.D. Maria Auffant, M.A. Instructor in Philosophy Instructor in French and Spanish ' V -.l3"'-infer--2 7 , ' .ff A ' ,. iz-3 .2 '- 571 rfS?f:f1f?ws:irvSkff25 .- :I57':1B,1I '. 4" ' , --12--.zxiilfi2513?-'-121, g'7'1-'lrg'5giF'Ei'ff, 23, -'-.-- if-' . ..a:j3.g- ' "" ' :F-'i ' vii .. - aj zweiiegg gg . sg w J ,g h V s. 4. wet? E l- -Jmfii .. ,A , . 4, . E, ft I 1, ' EH fx i::2.L5.g - 'fig' V-3,13 x fs-1 S. 15' vhgjw E, ' :,,r., '.,'5,.-.l.5:- if 5 . ar' J , '71 Q. . -1-.-aw.-s. we sq- f - teal? iff! ' 'Y ' .1-.fs-. .irc-.,i, 1 v , ,. if 1 sew. .- ' at -dw " w, u '-1 13144-1-I M71 Q ,Ei .-,Q V -:A v -:Mgr 5,53 4 ...gif ,1 5 .l '25 --f .1J'ff 'riff pai ' , -I "T ff: if 5,179 :jf r if H 'I ' --Y , , , X - ' i -l.:eQ:' , . I Y ' V . 'gygm 4 . -Y i f-' ' f - 7. . f W ie., ,reis- Q-' .E 1 .. ' l -, Q NY,-4-ff ,cjrfzzh - - 'ge ' , Q 3'-y .ui , ' ., -' 51:5 i-- ,YQ .Y 1' Y ,. . E. ,A ,,. '-A I9 1 l l w George Tyler, A.B. Richard R. Shantz, M.S. Ruth Myers, B.A. Chairman, Professor of Classics Assistant Professor of Music Assistant Professor of Piano ,, ,rao s M gli CH EMIS TR Y, H H H A Ax 'V H M v is YE H In -.. JL A' i DEP R'I'MEN'I S UF H H. Q' , lk X' N gHf5 ",g1 X I f ' W fl 3' M, KA ,mi K, we H11 , , lg-.-.4513 ,, N Q32 y 1 is ' mkkfisgfs H cp. -asf . L PVT ' -'V FST P ' in fy 1" fl ' , .f qw'-" H ' .. if N, ,1 mf, , .4 i 'ff' 5555 'tm - .L -.mv ' ' 10211 P' f B ilfe - ,Q .Tye 4- I , ' ' "-L.: " +323 5 ,L V 1- , -f 1- -P ,srgffyesly Anna T. Riley, B.F.A. .V sf . T H ff 'W 0 ' Assistant Professor of Art Xu E we , ,, Q1?-Wx' W1- for M N w Maisy, or M , " , ,, - '5-H 1 ,wxlvly Y , in W :Ll Lx , hw- sm wana' an W 9 " Albert E. Gaumer, Ph.D. Kenneth A. Bergstresser, M.S. Rae N. Griffith, B.A. Chairman, Professor of Biology Associate Professor of Biology Instructor in Biology li I r L E 20 eiixifylwgxx H an -,V In gy 1, I. ss . I f y H .W Q1 QW. J, ,sie-sI, I Wi .mm r 5 ss + A -S " -. " Ma? 157 Q'-3 A ' 5 'tra-!"? 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Raje, M S Instructor in Mathematics Chairmavi, Instructor in Physics Instructor in Physics ,fx 21 .i A,-,, rf ,Y-Egg-., ,- ' i' HW 'rl ' V- in . -asi,'-., ' -' "' 5 m"'..N' ,, ' img' 4' A' N' ' lu'11"'3l"" ' 0 .- -X M ' os x. is . I. 1 if , ,A - - f -A: x V , C i. Qs -- ffl ' N oz 'V Am X gig T, V ..,,,f! .. J -fs: r f ' I .' f1' ,fQ , ui ' ' H - in wigsiggssis, N RX - 15' tml f -V efzgtvff-.. " f ..f,1-.-fr:-21, V, P P7333fiawdiWH5i?5' " A i i s ,.-i,it.H5Ng..4Mu?w.. it-J . , X. Q "' gi A' f" -. ' :--' Ii-.. . ,A -.hi PM -'E 2.2. 'N' Richmond E. Myers, Ph.D. G. Alden Sears, Ph.D. John J. Gehman, B.A. Chairman, Professor of Geology Chairman, Professor of Economics Assistant Professor of Economics and Accounting DEP RTMENTS OF AND BUSINESS EDUCATIO , HISTORY, AN J. L. Hackenberg, D.Ed. Chairman, Professor of Education Rosalind Croman, M.A. Alfred E. Billig, Ph.D. Richmond Johnson, M.A. Associate Professor of Education Instructor in Education Instructor in Psychology .H si L f 4, 31 W ,x- sp -N :Q :' , 5-v ei? ,ef ,,4 N -if - "z.'u.:2' H-g,,-f5,.,f,Q,f,gs-A. fi ,GZ 3 N ,ff 4 JL.-Lx-qQ4,:5...J,'lTL a' - 'Qu 5:1 -Eval N -:s:?g-:v'f:',- :.:vh if - Lf ln- -+1 I .-QQ'-23---':'.,T-' :-':2"4- 22. L23 J. Richard Jones, Ph.D. Otis H. Shao, Ph.D. . Daniel R. Gilbert, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of History Associate Professor of Government Associate Professor of History and Government GEOLOGY, ECONOMICS DMINISTR TIO , PSYCHOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIE CE Jane Ackerman, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education Don Benton, M.S. Instructor in Business Administration Frank W. Broad, B.S. Instructor in Elementary Education Rocco Calvo, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mary A. Gehres, B.S. Instructor in Business Education Ellen Goodman, M.A. Instructor in Child Development Mary C. Kennedy, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History Floyd E. Heller, B.L. Professor of Business Law Grace C. M. Lennox Instructor in Elementary Education John V. Machell, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology William M. Perry, M.S. Assistant Professor Chemistry Mary Pongracz, B.A. Instructor in Organ Mary Jane Rauch, M.S. Instructor in Biochemistry Kathryn Saderholm, B.S. Instructor in Mathematics Karlis Samtins, Eng. Tech. Instructor in Russian Rafael Soto, M.A. Instructor in French James S. VanScoten, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education X , Xin ' - W S -K is f' '34 Fix e kk ff- WN ff 0' 1 Q7 N 'ff if X ' QN Q X X A U1 Q4 xf, f f w umam 2 25? '16, gjffr 1 ff VU Xxx ff x ' f I , 4 1 t,.g1f nlQsq5x:f f , f - M '-H" 199 ' - " Q N W WW fx f "" 7'J'G'L ""'x1 M 1 ' "'2"i3i?'F,ffs5H 2l A WN,1mM? fffjfm, V W X Xi KWH "', ll -,147 A - V - , ff if X L QQMWNW f Q f W NQX S' f QN N I IZ? 1 -vi Q f wx 'W4Z?1 4 7 f ' " D f G5 -ig N xr L Q M X I f X -f' V 7557? f A .Tk at x- pf , ' X. 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The Good Shepherd is sym- bolic of a solidifying agent Which amalga- mates all these forces-sharing, living, studying, and enjoying-into an aggre- gate. If one of these component parts should ever go adrift, our indulgent Shep- herd Would most certainly forsake the other stable elements to go in search of the stray. It is because of this religious nucleus that We at Moravian College can be assured of a continuing unity in "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniature." MENS LIVING QUARTERS ' YW W2 : I iii P- , +I S, F1 'ol :Q :'1L'4 SIGMA PHI OMEGA HOUSE .L . ff! IX I ,--- -7- - - Z I EIEE Wil SOUTH HALL RAU-HASSLER COLONIAL HALL as, , COMENIUS HALL DORMITORY WEST HALL TAU KAPPA EPSILON HOUSE NORTH CAMPUS WOMENS LIVING QUARTERS SOUTH CAMPUS ? dig I . as : j,f..aj:yf1y41f,:Ilifii flvl..g" - 'iylfdf wgfi- .large .-.ww-,- . vu V ..M...l'l .af - 'rm wi,-". i l 1 ,"W"w a' lff.: iFl?i'1 ,J "' 1-31 ' "V: f'-'--L-f-' , . , I I. A .- -5 .wi --W I Woivisws nosivuroav coUNc1L FIRST ROW: Barbara Hooper, Linda Schapiro, Betsy Blum. SECOND ROW: Miss Marvel Rettmann, Beverly Phipps -Clerk, Pat Thornton, Sue Wilbraham brecht. The Women's Dormitory Council has the power to enforce all rules and regulations of the dormitories that are delegated to it and administer . punishment if these rules are broken. In addition to these duties, Dorm Council has held several open houses and sponsored parties in the President's Reception Room for women dormitory students and their guests. Dorm Council also sent a repre- sentative to the college session of the Lehigh Valley Safety Council. Those who comprise the council are the presidents of each of the floors in Main Hall, Clewell Hall, and South Hall, dormitory proctors, and the Director of Residence. MENS DORMITORY 3 COUNCIL a Under the guidance of Mrs. Geissenderfer, housemother of the Rau-Hassler Dormitory, and Mr. Gillespie, Dean of Men, the Men's Dorm Council is empowered to carry out those duties which are assigned to it by the Constitution of the Student Body of Mor- avian College. The council initiated a question and answer weekly which was held every Sunday afternoon. Members of the faculty and ad- ministration and interested students would air problems and questions of interest in the lounge. The Men's and Women's Coun- cils together sponsored a dance in addition to open house festivities during the year. Claude Paddock served as chairmang Wil- liam Hauseman held the office of clerk. LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Stoltz, Hen- ry Ollwerther, Eric Mauch, Joel Nadler, Sam Moskowitz, George Sites, Bela Guly- as, I-I.T.D. Gillespie, Claude Paddock. -President, Jane Ziegenfus, Jane Al- Joan C. Albrecht Louis L. Ainici Marcee C. Ammend Vincent E. Arnold Suzanne R. Astbury Frances G. Becker Dale E. Berger William J. Bergstresser Elmer C. Bigley, Jr. Dennis L. Bleam Patrick F. Boyle John P. Bregman June A. Brong Anthony G. Burkot Robert C. Buss Lucy M. Carl Joseph P. Castellano Arthur D. Chap Thomas N. Christianson Christine L. Clark Lynn S. Couch E. Louis Czechowski Philip R. DeBaise John L. DeCesare Demetre Diamandopuulos Paul D. Dorozowski Thomas J. Driscoll Mary Jane Dugan Molly A. Easterly Gordian V. Ehrlacher Jacob J. Elliott Sandra J. English Neil P. Eskolin Donald R. Evans Roderick A. Evansen Robert A. Fatzinger Anita L. Filler Roy S. Foltan . 22 'T' H ,. 4m...'.,. , .main 'UL .N UNIOR CLASS Vassilios Frangedakis Richard L. Frey Barry L. Gall Chester S. Galle Cynthia A. Geirnan Charles J. Gilbert Richard L. Gilbert Manuel Gonsalves Ronald G. Gori Nicholas 0. Grant Norma R. Guritzky Richard E. Hartzell Sterling F. Harvey Audrey J. Heckert Janet D. Heller Nancy E. Helms Margaret S. Heney Raymond K. Herman Deborah E. Herold Richard J. Hochella John W. Jacob Gene Jani Brian R. Kent David A. Koch Floyd L. Kocher Wallace K. Koenig Barbara V. Kossmann James Kritis Sandra L. Kromer Walter S. Kruszewski Andrew J. Kudlak Vernon L. Lallas Sylvia M. Lambert Judith E. Laning John F. Layton, Jr. Douglas N. Lindaman Kenneth E. Lutz James O. MacDonald Albert E. Macknis Samuel F. Maczko Terry L. Male Donald H. Marshall Richard Martin Eugene Mateff R. Hunter Matthews Ruth E. Mauch Kathleen E. McCann James J. McCrudden Linda M. McHenry R. Gene Medei John W. Medernach Charles A. Merkel Joan Mesko V Robert M. Miller Donald W. Morrow Duane R. W. Murtomaki Robert S. Muth John A. Nagy Ronald S. Narzisi Eugene P. Nealon Ralph K. Neuhaus David A. Newall Elaine M. Nicholas Thomas P. O'Hay John J. Olson Robert C. Orbin Harold F. Oswald, Jr. Claude H. Paddock Alfred G. Parente. Jr. John P. Pasco Earl R. Pfeiffer Emmanuel J. Pippis Cyril C. Polenchar Leland K. Pritchard Rodney G. Rathbun Theodore H. Rights Susan Barbara Roberts Bruce C. Robertson Rita M. Roseman Donald L. Ryan Harold G. Rydell Linda Schapiro Thomas F. Schmoyer Elaine Schramm Barbara A. Senneca Kenneth C. Sepe Wayne C. Shugart Gertrude L. Smull Richard W. Solt Richard L. Staffieri Thomas A. Stametz Leo A. Stinner Frederick R. Stocker Ronald J. Stupak Marilyn L. Sumner Henry E. Sunyak Frank J. Szarko Richard W. Tewell David A. Thomas Joann Thomas Ronald Trinley Harold W. Tuller Joan L. Wadolny E. Nancy Warren Ruth A. Welch John J. Wilczynski Mary Jane Wolfe James J. Worman Sandra A. Yaeck Leon E. Yezierski Neil Zimmerman Rocco P. Zulli f A .f I Jane Albrecht Carol A. Altemose George J. Andralis Richard E. Andrews Thomas E. Ardinger Dennis E. Astheimer Ralph W. Atkinson Albert A. Baltzer, Jr. James Basara Patricia L. Beck Susan B. Beitel Donald T. Beltz Betsy H. Blum 'Alan V. Bornstein Larry B. Bosticlc John A. Bowman Christian C. Braig Louis' V. Brown David A. Bryant M. Janet Bunten Charlotte M. Burlington Joseph W. Burns Mary J. Cali George W. Ca'rvis John F. Cassidy Dennis Chew Eugene J. Chuday, Jr. Gail E. Clader David A. Coe Julia G. Coleman Edwin F. Cope William H. Cordray, Jr. Davis R. Cornelius Gene L. Cowell Joseph J. Csordas Ronald G. Danyi John F. Deak Judith DeBray Dorothy Dernetrales Emma L. Demuth Elise DeRefler Joanne DeThomas Russell K. DeVore Bette Ann Dickman Fred Donatelli, Jr. Robert F. Durn Richard D. Eckhart Stephen E. Edraney OPHO Gail E. Ekstrand Abraham Encarnacion Ernest G. Enck, Jr. Antonino S. Fadale Ann M. Fadule David V. Fehnel George E. Fiegel Alan Finnegan Thomas W. Fisher Thomas J. Foley, Jr. Albert W. Frable Roy A. Fraclc James W. Frank Beth Ann Frey Thomas E. Fromhartz Bruce A. Furchner Jacqueline S. Gall James H. Gano Robert Gast Helen B. Georgeou John M. Gerepka Glenn A. Gold Carol Ann M. Gram Alice D. Graver Katherine A. Graves Marleen A. Gray Joseph H. Grinberg Thomas H. Groff Clark L. Gross Carmen R. Guerrieri Bela Gulyas Lewis E. Halley. Jr. Judith J. Hamm Dennis E. Hayman Paul C. Heist Mary J. Hepler Carol J. Herman Brian L. Hill Lucille R. Hobar Joseph B. Hoffmeier Barbara J. Hooper Sidney F. Horrocks Athanasios C. Houides Beverly L. House David G. Hunscher Phyllis R. Israeloff Frank C. Jones Lalomilo Kamu ORE CLASS Karen M. Kaprelian J oan- M. Karustis Roy J. Kelchner Donald E. Kessler Wayne R. Kincaid Michael P. Kislow Michael J. Kissel Louis W. Klucharich Joan L. Knepper Raymond G. Knott David M. Larish Roseann H. LaVan John F. Layton, Jr. David L. Lewis Dorothy J. Lichtman Carol S. Lohman Bertram L. Lutton James G. Malloy Clyde C. Marsteller Glen A. Marsteller William R. Martin Richard Maurer John F. McCarty Bernard R. Medei Geraldine M. Melito Philip O. Merwarth John T. Minor George L. Mitchell Glenn T. Morris Samuel Moskowitz Charles P. Musgnung Ronald R. Myers James J. Nagy James H. G. Naisby William C. Needs Joseph C. Neiberger George M. Neupauer Judith L. Noll Vasilia Betsy Pappas Robert T. Pastir Sylvia L. Perkins William L. Pfeiffer Mary M. Pfriemer Constance H. Platt Alice Greenberg Ramer Edward H. Ressler Harold N. Rice Stephanie I. Rights Joseph Roseman Lewis L. Rozelle Sylvia E. Rubens Sandra J. Rupert Carter N. Ruth Philip M. Sabatine Philip A. Sabetti Edwin E. Salads. Robert J. Sallash, Jr. DeLores M. Schaefer H. John Schlegel John F. Schultheis Norton D. Smiley Barbara M. Snyder Frank J. Sofka Richard G. Spaugh Bernard J. Staller Barbara A. Stefanavage Joseph L. Stevanavage Sandra A. Thomas Thomas K. Thomas Vicki A. Tinnes Rosemarie Torok Priscilla J. Toth John E. Tracy Joseph P. Tratnyek Mary B. Tretheway Merr W. Trumbore Arlene Tubio Daniel J. Turner Fred A. Viglione John L. Wachter Ned H. Wagner Kenneth D. Walsh Linda M. Waters John W. Watters Dieter Wentz Margaret Werpehowslri M. Susan Wilbraham Thomas E. Wilson Stuart S. Wolnek Roger J. Wrazien Wilhelrnina M. Wright Roger J. Yost Marino J. Yozzi Wasil R. Yurchak, Jr. Leonard F. Zavacky James L. Zoks John G. Adams Judith G. Adams James M. Albany Colin F. Aldersley Robert Allegra Francis Amigo Charles L. Anderson Robert L. Andrews Thomas L. Apjohn Albert P. Applegate Johanna Attermeyer Walter M. Aydelotte V. George Banas George W. Banash M. Anne Barnes Thomas H. Barnola Edward J. Becker Richard W. Bedics Wilma K. Bennewis David M. Bethune Georgene L. Billiard Lawrence C. Blake Charles B. Bledsoe John M. Bodock Richard G. Bollmann Patricia L. Bonser Byron T. Borst G. Bruce Boyer Bonnie Brill Susan E. Burger Timothy P. Burke Linda R. Burnett Thomas J. Buschbaum Charles S. Canning Marilyn L. Clewell Judith A. Coddington Kirk 0. Conn Sara Cope Helen L. Cortellini Joseph J. Csordas Janice E. Davis John H. Dech Robert H. Dech Alphonse V. DellaMonica Vincent C. DelRe Vincent J. DeNofa Ronald F. DePaolo Sally Ann Deysher Robert H. Dietrich Carla K. Dinstel Stephanie J. Donchez Dorothy E. Eagan FRESHMAN Donald I. Egli Leonard J. Farace Stephen J. Fertal William E. Fishel, Jr. Shirlee A. Ford Albert W. Frable Ronald R. Freed Judith M. Freeman Angeline Frescli John W. Freyberger Jean E. Friedman G. Jan Fritz Emily B. Gallup Martin Garcia Anna Mae Gardner Susan J. Gares Terence P. Garrity, Jr. Stephen J. Gasper Anthony L. Gawronski Mary Ann Gehman Charles F. Gehring Elizabeth A. Gergar Bruce N. Gilbert Charles M. Glazier Janet M. Gleva Paul D. Golden Ronald G. Gori Thomas P. Grammes Leah Greenberg John B. Gross Patricia A. Hall Melvin R. I-Iamelsky' Charles T. Harberg Terry A. Harlacher Helen C. Haros Karyl A. Hartman Judith A. Hayes Winifred I. Hearn Franklin V. Helm Elizabeth Hicks Margaret L. Higgins Roberta S. Himmel William A. Hino Carol J. Horscroft James D. Hosfeld Carl R. Houseman Ronald C. Houser David B. Howard James T. Hower Heinz A. Hulm Larry B. Hutchison William F. Ihrie, Sr. Barbara Ann Johnson Richard G. Jones Ray K. Joseph Irene J. Kasapyr Norman A. Katz James Kelyman Karen A. Kemmerer Jesse S. Kiefer Margaret S. King John J. Kita Kathleen C. Klammer George H. Knoll Gilbert K. Knupp Robert F. Kohler Richard C. Kosman Paul F. Kram Sandra S. Kuehner Bruce C. Kunkle Patricia Ann M. Kuti Marilyn J. Landrock Joseph T. LaPenna Frank J. LaRosa Regina A. Lawrence Frances E. Lawton J utta S. Leheis Peter R. Lehr Louis F. Lentz Larry W. Lewis Kathleen C. Leyh David J. Linaberry Richard J. Martocci J. Eric Mauch John J. McCarthy James T. Meixell Walter Menzie Michael R. Miller Philip H. Miller Russell E. Miller Merle J. Milligan Andrew S. Molchan Sarah T. Morgan Dwight F. Mowrey Robert W. Moyer Francis M. Mwihia Joel B. Nadler Barbara M. Nagy Charles J. Napravnik David A. Nause Beverly A. Needs Victor L. Novak 32 CLASS Michael A. Oser Bartholomew C. Palenchar Lynn Charles Pearce Florence E. Perry Robert A. Perry Phyllis M. Peters Beverly A. Phipps Robert W. ,Polensky Robert E. Preston Emily M. Price Carol A. Pursell William J. Pysher, Jr. Joan M. Raidline Paul E. Reinhard Lester J. Remaley, Jr. William E. Richter C. Marta Roberts Judith M. Robinson Neil E. Romanoff Robert C. Rothrock John E. Rubio Neil A. Ruggiero Richard J. Rusk Gary L. Sandercock Richard J. Schaffer T. Richard Schaeffer Oliver W. Schenk Donald C. Schimmel Dale A. Schneck Albert E. Schneider Jay C. Scholl Michael D. Schottland Bonnie Y. Schuessler Frederick J. Schuster, Jr. Jeanne H. Scott Alice M. Seitz Frank S. Senderak Carl J. Sewald Victor H. T. Shen John J. Shigo Barry J. Shollenberger Kent E. Shortell Robert B. Shortell Harris B. Sibener Carl E. Siegfried Bonita L. Smith Ellen P. Smith James F. Smith Linda Tilley Smith Ronald T. Smith Anastasia Stephanu Janice L. Stever Grove W. Stoddard Charles G. Stoltz Jeanne S. Straccia Gary Straughan Margaret J. Stryer Judith H. Studwell Paul J. P. Sucansky Theodore M. Swider JoAnn A. Sydorak Jerome B. Symons Andrew M. Taus Fredric D. Tew Edward F. Thomas Lauralee Thompson Arvid Thorsland Tibor Torma Harry J. Trodahl Nancy L. Ullrich Thomas C. Ulrich Larry A. Unangst Stanley J. Urevich Ivan E. Vadelund Thomas H. Var-go Joseph D. Venanzi John A. Viglione Francis J. Vitalos Robert E. Voelker Donald C. Vogel Randy E. Wagner John G. Waidner Barry J . Waldron Sandra G. Walker James E. Wall Philip C. Warnke Judith G. Waters- Robert C. Wegelin Ronald L. Weirhach Robert E. Welsh, J'r. Edmund C. West Donald R Wetmore . , Jr Joy C. Wheland John L. Williams W. Edward Wilson Lillian L. Witte Joan E. Wood Richard G. Wunderly John M. Yarema John F. Yelovich Paul G. Zimmerman Theresa M. Zvitkovitz CLASS UFFICERS UNIOR LEFT T0 RIGHT: John Jacob-Presidentg Barry Gaal-Vice-Presidentg Marcee Ammend-Secretaryg Joseph Castellano-Treasurer. FRESHMAN LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Bedics-Presidentg Winifred Hearn--Treasurerg Charles B1edsoe-Vice- Presidentg Georgene Billiard-Secretary. LEFT TO RIGHT: William Needs-Presidentg Rob ert Sallash-USG Representativeg Wasil Yurchak- Treasurerg Edward Ressler-Vice-President. 33 11-'A I ,Wi-'Vt ,- g:--,-41 g1g7Efi,,... - 5 Q X IT ' IL1 ? P? f '11 1? 5 ' 1151 1 as 4 21 17. 4 v f 'L . 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Mavericks Rise and shine for a mrs gag 5 -sa.. m m ww www 1 1 w H m N N vw m m M N SE HOWOM1 A Y f -7- 'erm ,Z -Y-:,.-.g--Y ,Y .: ,. l Y i, ,I l. p im H H ., 1 H 1-. . W fn" 'Ml' " avi? Wi" H' H' E. I W HUMmggiiiiviigwzvwwwiwn,:uv wwf 1 H -WjfujmwH, M my if f N - V 1m"...N-N.1. mug, wg uw uw Jim 1 N , '1' . "iw .I . S pqiw ,M 'E A-1 , Surprise ! 'EUQKQ RSE-2. w gm ,,,:.k.f3 Q ,4--5 lm mm I shall read a portion from . Extra' Extra, 44 4. ., J-P -,la ' f..-,-Y-' :rr -i-.. A,,- Nw., , . . . A . ., 1 ' :Fi-Q ' ' I yin' 0 i r N I i A qm11w+. w w an up p .af 'WW classes 4-n:..?: - ,Jygf ' gi read all about it! In my country 45 Br-1'-r :mag Father Burns discusses Catholicism Phil Cochran, war hero, addresses the students. Spiritual Getting the scoop message Final touches before . . . IIE 47 'X X W -any 2 1 WH WN Wu, Nfgtxv v. W . 0 .. IN ..,. Base mtact the base .an , 1,,f""W ' H1St0T1C press conference presentation vu 9251.- if T is: .. mf if ' ,if E15 V' Ho L 2 W 5 3' M E .. x'- E 2: Q . ',,m..w ,ww r W may 'Ei .W -ff'3 V R? ' .-,. ,. asf, L' W Q - . M ff. E 9 xl: rf--w ff- , Wuag IA . n f , I if TE . ni ' 1 W S Y XE U r., V., K' Tm . 5 sf Q. ww H F 'H if -ww Eu 1 The digmtames don then caps and gowns Y. ,r Q 559 M 2 il Dr. Thomas E. Jones 6mphaS1Z6S the 1mpo1tance of the IS feading' the procession. F Y . V' .fe " V ' i-ii "' iam L ' 1 Fi I 1, 1' -- 3 ' c' " 1' - - 3, V 1 : V the . Charles University 1 Tfifl? Y nuff! 2 . af ' A A ' iw ,GK 2 w 'zu f ,xv gf , me - .- -P? . officials. g- 7 Li ,ir qi- W Q U.. ,Q 4 V 4 . 3 5 2 - '. 1' E fi i 2 'I -vf . If v- i fmsffif -TE 1 1 "' -is - H. ' 1 r 351 . . A 1 'iii i Ji T' I' 5 N ,lt E ,QM Rev. Lewis delivers the invocation. ff fs: fbi "' . , - . I - -L . .N Z A 'F z E I 1 ff . 2- sa e- Ii, 'Q ., . . , -..., ., 1 A ..' - . 1 'YQ 5 ,J J' The Rev. Radim Kalfus speaks to the gathering. 51 K: if i W E61 ' J? 3 is w ,J w Q - , wen . sw" ag? if F -ew 1 E , aww we 4, 5- 'L '?f J' 1 we :fir fill ,r ,qi Q giggmy. H HQ ' if . sgmp :rug at AM-- ,S ,rr JP! - 3 m uw 1 ,, in it :Ai , ' ' 'W 1'-35,5 5 ea iii Dr. Jaroslav Prochazka making official presentation of Comenius statue f f to 'if , .: 11 ii: ' Z Q, 1 Hgigaxzlrs w V ' w M H V L - sw ' we-N - M5 L , E ye , , ' ', :' X 'Vw Q , H . X Q55 . .1 A 2 V1 ,H - ,H 2 "' 455 .- QLA ,L President Haupert The long awaited unveiling occurs. The delegates ! iii, QV eg W... Y is .3 5? N m fx W 29" " ,W ,zz , Zii H asa Em ' QQ!!! "' 5 ,H H , Bus S, , H 5'u?E4!f" fi W sim? ,. ET 11 :NNE ' E "-:'- w. .. .. ,N .22 ,N ' Ejuw " ui m .. gg , .X ag 3 '11 w ww F I A occasion. his heartfelt thanks and appreciation. ' 1, as. ,fs fr-1 F H Y . y ri F......... ., flame? uw? H H i : ' 5955- lvg Q3 :iw w Pu, H V H H. 'Q , L ' ,Qi ,Y , 5. H' uw - Y n W "'- if 'Q H H M 3. H Q is l if in ' " Q X Z, Ks 55 W wi, in Kim' u ,.e lf! wtf mm X ' mv M , Q! wi- V 5 TJ Y H ' ' 4 , w .Zvi 4 oo www W . L RFU!! xw A "fi ,iii fs" EE' ,, 1, EJ.. - -.., ,F 51,-H 1' M, W- x 1 aw 1 ,, ww Dr. Ivan A. Poldauf emphasizes the importance of the historic ,,4w.J NJ congregate. Dr. Stocker expresses thanks on behalf of the Board of Trustees. 53 Wuyggse-gg 5 fel? , rg f ,Q w w www f3a ?if?? ' ...L God. ' , 5' ""' 53'-. 5. e sw IVA!! L H Q- ff ,Q Y fills' f Y"'1'!'iJ u A 1. ' ,, u-4" ff ... ya, w " m N H L - -H 'I-4 1- , Q LE . J, Y 'SB-V-3? - S I disagree I Any first editions? 55 dll - Hx M W ,41 :ll ,Q if 1 3 5 my V-. 'J H us.. m 2 A dreaming E. :-.1 . m, L u - , Lv' I' W ' A .., :A-F ,N Y,m-.,,-..1,- Ee .,, Y .4 1. W F"-'w -fe,,,f:-,.-1... .Q.,,,, ,.nv1,, -.f The last hurdle Homeward bound factor W F QF kwj w KAR Q K KRW? fQw5 W WENT 22 f 1 r F X Zgfffx H7 ffffgqiwl XV D "" K f S J fig ff-JILQXXQJ Wi ,E lgglg t kf 0 R ll STR UTIVENESS 5i"r'T.. M 131556: , 'ellie " JT.: A soaring rocket can best typify the spirit and vigor of Our Constructiveness in "Our Universal Brotherhood in Minia- ture." Just like the rocket, We are ever propelling ourselves upward in order to attain the unknown heights Where lie un- conquered and unclaimed goals and am- bitions. There are appropriate challenges for every student at Moravian College which Will enable him to r-ealize his ideals, to fulfill his dreams and to become cogni- zant of the limitless opportunities afford- ed him. If each student seeks his ideals in an unselfish manner and with the sole in- tention of strengthening the unity of our miniature World, his dreams will much more quickly materialize into accomplish- ments inspite of the boundless altitudes. Our clubs, as Well as sororities and fra- ternities, have been responsible for con- structing outstanding character and bro- therhood, the fortifying pillars of "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniature." ly! b 'fxlill ax Wi -.Q .5 G if-gif! ' 'if-Z! f litem ,? UNITED ST H , Nj- ,tr ' jeff ' -' -Q' LEE'---'11--7-L I -2155 I.. A If 'r a 1 -E ' fl? 1 "IT v "I I1 " ' 3 ' - " 2 5? Lff' ' LIIQAIQ " 1 fi. .13 .' ' 51. "qw Y, -,A 9:- ,z 1 - 1.1 5' L h '-Q '- ,',' i - ' 5 5 "T .EIL fx- I il- ' 'f?.'.g3'-Q' f ' "5 ' .1 .'.' , '- .' :" ', ' J. 1,515 fl? 2.51, QI. ' -gf I ' ' L15-.ifel 'T :f' :-- , yfegtffii- " X' T , 'gif fi," A 'F 5 ::'?7gi:?P4 W5 9 . . f wi A' ' m 1 ,, 1 gs 5 1.1351 ,- 'l.""A"Tr .A .ESQ ,A A- J 1 ' 11.554 - ell. - sl" ' ' 5 1. I ' , . 1, '- ' Q sheen " H H DE T GD ERNIVI 19 9-1960 OFFICER LEFT TO RIGHT: James MacDonald- Treasurer, Joan Albrecht- Secretary, Peter French- President. MISSING: Fred Lipari-Vice-President. President French conducts meeting. The United Student Government is the supreme governing body of the students of Moravian Col- lege. Its membership is composed of one student representative from each class and organization in its bond, in addition to a representative of the ad- ininistration. Along With its numerous and sundry duties, USG conducts an annual fund drive every spring for the benefit of a worthy organization. Students enjoying USG skating party I II. 50' Z Y, M -W L I M5 Q , 1? 5. 1 "MW E X .la -.- 1 ,K , Z.,-el ...4,..,,,--...-, ,,..-,.,Y .,,,,,A, . ff, , ,A .- , YY., ...,.... , 60 1960-1961 OFFICER STANDING: J. Naisby-Vice-President, T. Christiansen- Treasurer, J. MacDonald-President. I H .w . Z 5.Q?1-51 wi L - ee w 1 III fQ,5 -, I H W! I ui u 1, I 5 I SOCI L ACTIVITIES COM ITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Coe, Tom Christiansen-Clerk, Dee Lichtman, Judy Laning. MISSING: Joan Albrecht and Alan Bernstein-Co-chairmen, Kathy Donchez. Operation: Stretch ,..1q-Q., Lp, flu I llll llmx N 4 ill Preparing for the Senior-Farewell The Social Activities Committee is a permanent committtee of the United Student Body, the mem- bers of which are appointed by the president of the United Student Government. In reference to scheduling and sponsoring events, the committee is responsible for all dances, pep rallies, parades and all special functions Within the Student Body. Streamers in position w 'tu , f irq K, ,- .l ffmfn. It LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Hooper, P. Zwarych, S. Kromer, R. Knott, B. Robertson, D. Bryant, S. Yaeck, D. Cornelius. PERMANENT ELECTIONS CCMMITTEE lm, l Fulfilling a responsibility The Permanent Elections Committee, which has the sole authority to supervise and direct all elec- tions, had the opportunity this year to teach the students to use a voting machine which Was loaned by Northampton County for the USG elections. Omicron Gamma Omega fraternity presented the committee with a permanent ballot box which is divided into three sections to facilitate the separa- tion of ballots. The Committee has conscientiously seen that the elections were Well supervised, ballots counted, and results published and recorded. This year the committee members are: Bruce Robertson-Chairmang Sandra Kromer- Clerkg Ray Knott, Bob Rierson, Jack Freiler, Dave Cornelius, Bob Fatzinger, Ed Ressler, Phyllis Zwarych, Barbara Hooper, Sandra Yaeck, Dave Bryant, Paul Heist. i62 A. Filler, J. Knepper-Social Chairman, C. Platt, J. Ziegenfus-Vice-chairman, B. Luzietti, J. Scott, J. deBray, S. Yaeck, R. Welch, D. Thomas-Chairman, G. Billiard. MISSING: N. Guritzky-Co-Social Chairman. WOMENS ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE The members of the Women's Activities Com- mittee are appointed by the United Student Gov- ernment in order to strengthen the bond between faculty, administration, and students. It is the duty of this committee to perform all the func- tions usually carried out by a Women's govern- ment group. During this year WAC has sponsored the Big and Little Sister program and Tea. It has also held coffee hours for the student body as Well as conducting all social affairs sponsored by the Women students of the college. This organization has as its regular functions the planning and conducting of the annual Christmas Dinner for all Women students in December, and the Spring Festival program and Blossom Tea in May. Pre- vious to the Spring Festival the members con- duct the election for "Miss Moravian." This girl is chosen on the basis of personality, integrity, and contribution in extra curricular activities. She is crowned at the Spring Festival, FRONT ROW: M. J. Dugan, J. Laning, A. Filler, F. Mong, N. Ullrich, B. A. Dick- man, J. Knepper. BACK ROW: C. Horscroft, J. Raidline, V. A. Tinnes, B. Snyder, S. , Yaeck, P. Zwarych, J. Clay. I WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Every girl Who participates either as a player or manager in a Varsity sport or playday be- comes a member of this organization. The Women's Athletic Association seeks to increase participation in all sports, to foster ideals of good sportsmanship, to raise the standards of health and physical efficiency of the student body, and to develop leadership and initiative throughout the school. The organization annually sponsors the Olympics a la Mo held sometime in November. VARSITY " " CL B Membership into the Varsity "M" Club is an honor automatically received by any male who has honorably participated and received a letter in one or more of the inter-collegiate sports. The individual is presented with a sweater. The respective second, third and fourth awards made by the college athletic department include, a pin, a greyhound statuette, and the coveted blanket which signifies four years of participa- tion. ROW 1: S. Maczko, J. Olson, R. Lipkin, H. Matthews, B. Kern, C. Bartolet-President, G. Salay. ROW 2: G. Medei, W. Hino, J. Gannon, D. Cornelius, R. Rathbun, W. Keller, J. Worman. ROW 3: B. Hill, R. Herman, D. Bryant, B. Hershey, J. Jacobs, D. Cher- gey-Vice-President, D. Coe. ROW 4: D. Turner, H. Encke, S. Edraney, F. Donatelli, P. Noonan. ROW 5: J. McCrudden, D. Bleam, L. Klucharich, J. Williams, B. Borst, D. Wetmore, B. Dietrich, J. Kritis, M. Lansenderfer-Treasurer, B. Gaal, C. Gilbert. , 4 V 3 1? 1 ?Sil 5 " 1 'e"',?e 7, :S-if V4 N is asf: e, . .M M... W . M... , ..s....s..al.,f:-f.s. ..s2.,,,,,,,,5gQ .Se if ummm all 3 l,llff.4ikzggefggE5gasf N 12555, W M .v -'M' Wmfgil' ' i?iifEf?f5iiffif5liff2?wf 1 . . ' H1 V, w1qszr's:::Q::x 1 H V 'H HN ll- - X' " 'viii f5i5X5't5if5255f5'i5- H H, .H .H in M M U .. lf M mm l H, H, M Hb. qw, l - eww-We :W ..X-,EL my is we H, ml. 5 wil" ,'Mjjllimi gifs , w 4y',..H , K H ,H ,,..,.....i.gg QQ ,,, wi, "'11W1.,iiai5?e., e.,' ,. l, ,mil ..ll7filllll.lm.lg...lltunflllw V l 5 in it L xii viii N all 1 me ug " .fl.'i1"ll,"' "Will ll, ' 1 l ..E51....l,il. r . argve ,Q 65 H M ll ll . 'nn' ,..' V Y Au,-4' R Narzisi Vice Plesident G Ehrlacher, R. Stupak, H. Cordray-President, S. Getter Secretary W Tattersall J Wachter, W. Pfeiffer, W. Yurchak, T. Wilde, The 'Political Activities Club and the International Relations Club, co- organizations on our campus seek to approach politics both practically and theoretically. This year their activi- ties included a candidate night, in conjunction with the League of Women Voters, a post election an- alysis for the Junior Chamber of Commerce, a United Nations trip to meet with the American, Ghana, PCLITIC LACTIVITIE CL TER ATIO L RELATIO CL W. Tattersall, W. Pfeiffer, H. Cordray-Pres1dent R Stupak R Na1z1s1 Vice President, J. Wachter, G. Ehrlacher, J. Pasco W Yurchak D Kline and Austria' delegations in conjunc- tion with a visit to the Trusteeship Council, and a Convocation which sponsored a discussion between can- didates for the office of state senator. They also sent representatives to a district meeting at Kutztown State Teachers College, and a state conven- tion at the University of Pennsyl- vania. 67 pl- ar-Y - --Q -7 f' -a- ig i , Q A Q5 i .. WV X i . 121 Wi 2 ' ' '-if 1 as W an H Y ' '-'I-nk 5 955710 FU '--rf-fgofagwzs o mggmgggtgrw orsggfzg-559, 'fm ggmwsc mogly-"Sn-ngrf-gi: Q.PggU1597O CD CD Q-,254 U10 53 v-I-ri' V-"Qs-4. oofbv-513-'gbl-.cp CD,-.5 fp 0612: .aff --- '-:ran ""'la"'iSSSB'D . U1 E2 'Gila' U1 b'...f'D moo go?-Q.mE'g'2g. sw ,'I-'for-firm t,,,5'H.O msd, UWC' ""f-:H-C4 mqgglggcog-DN Em gsiiggg- s-1 9-0 O 'Tw5'EHcn9s::Sm RHO Under the tutorship of Dr. Albert Gaumer, the society functioned effectively. Meet- ings Were held monthly with various outside speakers and social events. For the first V 'Vx . Dinstel, M. Demyan, Jr., H. Encke, P. Zwarych, Dr. A. E. H. Gaumer, J. Leeb, Clader, M. Remaly, F. Mong, Mr. Bergstresser, S. Honork, D. Vogel, A. Frable, Fiegel, J. Powlette, B. Kern, M. Easterly, J. Nadler, F. Hartman, E. Streubert, . Rathbun, V. DeNofa, Jr., R. Shields, J. Elliott, T. Neidengard. ALPHA UP ILO OCIETY Robert Wagner of Buss Electric conducts an audio workshop. I 68 time the society Worked in conjunction with the other Lehigh Valley colleges. Speak- ers for this year were Dean Marlyn Rader, Professors Jack Ridge, Stewart Rauch, and Stuart Kulp. Rau Science also sponsored the visit of Dr. Samuel R. M. Reynolds of the Department of Anatomy at the University of Illinois Medical College. He lectured in several classes and spoke informally to students during his three day stay. ALPHA PHI O ECA Alpha Phi Omega was in- troduced on the Moravian Campus in January by two former scouts, Myron Meil- ike, and Charles -Canning. With excellent backing from the local scout office and several faculty mem- bers, this chapter was or- ganized. . The purpose of the chap- ter is to assemble men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Lavvg to develop friendship, leadership, and association among Scout- trained men, and to pro- , QFE5 . M -' - '..:.-H3415 . VL ., -, 1 ae-- Q. as .. ' ,. T59 A " 15 .- , .11 2 H520 W Hi, lb, Nl WT t M M um: 'b - mote service to the student body and faculty, to youth and community, to mem- bers of the fraternity, and to the nation as participat- ing citizens. A. P. O. activities this year consisted of a coat checking service for dances, handling petitions, and par- ticipating in the Cancer Drive for the National Can- cer Society in the Moravian College area. Next year they expect to introduce more activities as Well as Scout field Work. ROW 1: D. Wetmore, B. Robertson, S. Maczko, J. Castellano. ROW 2: C. Houseman, B. Preston, C. Canning, D. Morrow, D. Cornelius. ROW 3: F. Jones, M. Meilicke, D. Evans, H. Sunyak, P. Santa Maria. ROW 4: D. Ruth, Jr., R. Trinley, D. Rusk, C. Merkel. sw 6" -96 -gf U SIG A SIG Mu Sigma Sigma, the Moravian Sociological Society, was founded in 1960 by the senior So- ciology majors. The society was established in order to provide for the stimulation of interest in the various fields of the science of sociology. Membership is limited to students who are major- ing in Sociology or have satisfactorily completed twelve hours of sociology. Highlights of the year's program included a lecture by District Attorney Joseph of Lehigh County and Dr. H. M. Hood, head of the Soci- ology Department of Haverford University. ROW 1: P. Thornton, M. L. McGinley, D. Dangler, S. Viglione, M. Hummel. ROW 2: D. Ruth, Jr., President, G. Sophy, G. Salay, J. Galbraith, J. Martin, J. Harkel, H. Yet- ter, Dr. J. Machell-Advisor. rea S4 70 P. Kadas, D. Bleam, R. Solt, D. Ryan, R. Casey, J. Casey, B. Robertson, K. Sepe, J. McCrudden, W. Kruszewski, D. Seidenberger, G. Metzgar, Mr. J. Gehman-Advisor, A. Bartolacci, B. Gaal, J. Jacob, B. Fatzinger, L. Amici, G. Medei, J. Gardner, P. Boyle, D. Benton-Advisor, T. Schmoyer, V. Arnold, S. Kalamar, M. Heckman, K. Nicholas, D. Serfass, E. Korpics, A. Guerrieri. EP ILC BETA LPH Epsilon Beta Alpha is the business fraternity which has in its membership students majoring in Economics and Business Administration. This fraternity is interested in the general advance: ment of the study and specialization needed for today's economic and social progress. During the year the fraternity has been visited by many outstanding men. Also, the fraternity takes educational trips to various financial, in- dustrial, and commercial centers in the cities so as to acquaint its members With their future chosen careers. PHI ECDHQ Galle, C. Geiman, F. Stocker, . Jones-President, S. Astbury, . Jessup, M. Yozzi, F. I-Iarberg, May. Phi Sigma Tau was initiated last year in order to provide for the students of Moravian College a more concentrated interest in the field of Philosophy. The purposes of the newly organized group are: to serve as a means of awarding distinction to students having high scholarship and personal interest in philosophyg to provide opportunities for the publication of student research papers of meritg to encourage a professional spirit and friendship among those who have displayed SIG TAU marked ability in this field, and to popularize the importance of this society among the general collegiate public. The major activities of this society are to hold meetings involving student presentation of papers, to employ outside speakers, and to offer debates on philosophical issues. The national organization sponsors an annual essay competition on an as- signed topic, the winner to be awarded a trip to, and attendance at, the College of the Pacific Institute of Philosophy. BA The duties of the band are to entertain at foot- ball and basketball games and to represent Mor- avian College at these and various band festivals throughout the country. Under the skilled guidance of its director, Mr. ROW 1: M. Landrock, R. LaVan ROW 2: D. Herold, D. Demetrales B. Stefanavage. ROW 3: L. Rem- aley, B. Palenchar, C. Gehring VO' if ROW 4: M. Cosnatg J. Harkel, J DeCesare, F. Jones. Raymond Huston, the band played dixieland num- bers at home basketball games and Wrestling meets. They also participated in the Float Parade as they led the marchers from and to the North and South Campus judging sections. ROW 1: R. Rathbun, T. Ardinger, S. Norrocks, J. Stever, M. Tretheway, T. Apjohn. ROW 2: D. Berger, F. Tew, J. Jacob, C. Aldersley, T. Schmoyer-Vice-President. CAVE: B. Nagy-Secretary, D. Morrow-President. MORAVIA GROTTO An organization devoted to the scientific study of caves, the Spelunkers Club of Moravian College re- cently attained the rank of Grotto by joining the na- tional Speleological Society. . milf The Cathedral Room at Marshall's Cave 74 Field trips are organized for Weekends which include exploration, mapping, pho- tography, and observation. This summer, the mem- bers explored caves in Vir- ginia. ARCHEOLCGY CL o LEFT TO RIGHT: Emma Demuth, Gail Ekstrand, Susan Beitel, Lalomilo Kamu, Reuel Hodes. The members of the Moravian College Arche- ology Club enjoy furthering their knowledge of history through museum trips, discussions, and lectures. During the past year, the group Visited three museums in the Philadelphia area. Trips are made to museums in New York City on alter- nate years. Archeology Club members and their advisor, Dr. Raymond S. Haupert, lead discussions on various topics of archeological interest through- out the year. Membership is open to all interested Moravian College students. VETERANS ASSOCIATIO J. Martin-Secretary, R. Casey-Vice-President, W. Tattersall-President, D. Hen- derson, J. Pasco, G. Sophy, F. Otto, J. Nagy, C. Sewald, D. Sherman, T. Vargo, D. Rusk, T. Garrity, R. Hodes, A. Merkel, D. Pavik, R. Stupak, C. Canning, J. Meder- nach, I. Vadelund, G. Ehrlacher. President Tattersall presents Shinsho Miyagi with honorary membership in the Vet's organization. Its purpose being to bring together the many veterans Who attend Moravian College, the Vet- eran's Association functions as a social club. During the fall semester the group heard lec- tures by members of the Veteran's Administra- tion in Allentown and Philadelphia. Four social events were sponsored each semester. ' -N f " ' M 2 ' ' H 'N 3- f ' - ' N- J N . , w E ' . - ' ' " - '-lj M 3 V ,' . W, 2 ' ' to , 1 V ' - ,X '1 H ze fi w H ,: 1,"1'.ff ' NE: 5 W 1 HM if ww Ie, w, v V W ., 'manor' 1 i Y- , 5 ' ' W ,N L. Smull, J. Leheis, B. Senneca, B. Snyder, D. Lang, A. Tubio, E. Demuth, S. Lam- bert, R. Lomerson, D. Eichenhofer, W. Koenig, R. Roseman. ODER LA The Modern Language Club, consisting of the French, German, and Spanish sections, aims at interesting the entire student body in the culture of France, Germany, Spain and the Hispanic- American Republic. For the first time this year, the combined club Was split into three separate factions and func- tioned independently except for the joint Christ- mas party and spring' picnic. 'Q "If you stand back a little bit more, you'1l be seen a lot better." Haw A-LZ' ,X , bv. H L! ,,. U TOP TO BOTTOM: G. Salay, D. Herold, R. Roseman-Editor, J. Brong, B. Hooper. ROW 2: C. Galle, R. Rathbun, G. Stoddard, J. Schlegel. Chester Galle, MVP . . . B E I G, N A Most Valuable Photog- i rapher Executive staff being shown a cook's tour through Delmar Plant, Charlotte, North Carolina. T Other students who have helped on this publication were: Dora Thomas Beverly Luzietti Grove Stoddard Donald Egli Gene Medei June Brong Judy Clay Leo Stinner Terry Jones John Schlegel John Schulteis Patricia Boyle 78 b m nian . Q MORAVIAN COLLEGE STUDENT WEEKLY ROW 1: P. Kadas, l G. Fiegel, R. Kohler, J. MacDonald, G. Straughan, C. Galle, G. Salay, G. Stoddard, S. Rights, C. Geiman, K. McCann. ROW 2: D. Schattschneider- Editor, G. Sites, B. The COMENIAN, Moravian College's weekly student news- paper was published twenty- seven times during the school year. Under the editorship of David Schattschneider, The CO- MENIAN was published for the eightieth year. Other members of the staff were Neil Eskolin -associate editor, Alan Lipp- man-news editor, George Fie- gel - sports editor, Stephanie Rights-feature editor, Cynthia Geiman - advertising manager, Paul Kadas--business manager, and Chester Galle-photography editor. In the Pi Delta Epsilon na- tional contest, The COMENIAN was awarded first prize for hav- ing the best publication in an institution with a student enroll- ment of less than one thousand. Sallash, T. Fromhartz, B. Fatzinger, J. Schlegel, N. Eskolm. if-TQ? ii? -r I., - Alan Lippman offering advice The Editor busy at work 79 if MANUSCRIPT Moravian's literary magazine, the MANU- SCRIPT, is published annually. The purpose of the magazine is to give students an opportunity to publish original Work. In order to raise the standards of the publication, for the first time no prizes Were awarded. In the future, the MANUSCRIPT hopes to publish bi-annually. QA.--' N y it lr LEFT TO RIGHT: Griffith Dudding, Susan Burger, Beverly Luzietti, Cynthia Gaiman, Connie Platt. 80 'villl A y -F' ' pi I t. z i A T 1 W 1 ff' l if L.-if --:il 1 iii: N ' '- ggwga , ,, 'f- ul 5 ,H +L: 'jgfi-f151- f it up r Y .H V 'Q Hu' , 1-4 , lf ,, , 'eflnff 1 V- -e il' A 'i, - " 'Fai' il' - - ff- in - +V ., :fga ' " - ' Q- ..-- "' -,- ' .f 4 . iffy 'i,,, j- -"' J p V, - V 1.1-Y ' wi ll f ml- " my ' ., L ' iw, if s il :QV 'f f .."f"'1 . " ' -L " , u '- g ww ,Mft V ' ' A ww, V I-Q V 3" A :V LEFT TO RIGHT: Arlene Tubio, Griffith Dudding, Dora Thomas, Beverly Luzietti, Dr. Lloyd Burkhart, William Strohl. CO E IA LITERARY OCIETY The Comenian Literary Society is an organi- zation open to all students of the college. Its purpose is to discuss informally over a cup of coffee or coke various contemporary novels, plays, poems, and short stories. Meetings are held once a month. 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The chairman is always a student. All matters of policy, advertising rates, and financial budgets are under the jurisdiction of the Board, which is also responsible for the press rooms and their equipment. The editors and business managers of the COMENIAN, BE- NIGNA, and MANUSCRIPT are appointed by the Board. BUARD GF All the activities of the Fine Arts organiza- tions on campus are coordinated by the Board of Fine Arts. A representative from the drama club, the dramatics fraternity, and the literary society comprise the Board members. A student is always elected chairman. Fl E ARTS The Board of Fine Arts has the power to approve all budgets submitted by member or ganizations and to draw up a combined budget to be submitted to the United Student Govern ment. LEFT TO RIGHT: Cynthia Geiinan, Sandra Kromer. ,Q M .. H E E if XXX W. sgawgaa . .. K, ma ,XXX im aX:X5fNXXgg .nag ,mf as X Y ,-X g .Xsxf Six! me suv .s 14 ' F as XX as an-ww .sn--an gg H WN W VK, X . X- .,XX . 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Burger, Mr. Blum A Hair B Gohdes M Heney, W. Bennewis, In the fall of the 1959-60 sea- son, the group produced Robin- son Jeffers' adaptation of the classical tragedy Medea. This was followed by a change of pace in the spring when Noel CoWard's Blithe Spirit was pre- sented. Both productions were directed by Mr. Robert T. Bur- caw. I TER ATIO AL DE T CL e 'A all 4 legfxiflg it . ws: .uw LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Otis Shao, B. Nagy, M. Tretheway-Secretary, L. Kamu-Treasurer, B. Gulyas-President F. Mwihia, V. Shen, S. Miyagi, R. Joseph-USG Representative. The International Students Club was initiated on the Moravian Campus in the fall of the 1959- 1960 school year by Dean Halcyon Sartwell, Dr. Otis Shao, and Bela Gulyas, a native of Hungary. Membership is open to all foreign-born stu- dents and to those American students who are interested in foreign nations and their activities. During the year, several members of this group related their past experiences at Rotary Club meetings and a Convocation held in Johnston Hall. , 1: G- . 1 . "1 I A cosmopolitan gathering C Pos CHRI TIA Assocmfrio The Campus Christian Association of Moravian College is an interdenominational Christian or- ganization striving for world brotherhood through Bible study, fellowship, and service. Regular Thursday evening meetings featured foreign speakers from Hawaii, Samoa, Germany, Africa, and the British West Indiesg panel dis- cussions, student and faculty-led Bible study on parts of Isaiah and Romansg and visits to the Good Shepherd Home in Allentown. The first Saturday evening of each month was devoted to conducting the weekly worship service at the SEATED: L. Kamu-President, R. Lomerson, J. Frederick, B. Hooper, B. House, S. Perkins, S. Beitel-Vice-President B. Blum, J. Wheland. STANDING: B. Needs, M. Heney, M. Higgins, N. Houser-Treasurer, C. Braig, S. Lambert, S Burger, E. Deinuth-Secretary, G. Ekstrand, B. Needs, C. Aldersly, T. Minor, P. Thornton-USG Representative, Rev Henry Lewis. Blough Convalescent Home in Bethlehem. This included vocal and instrumental music, prayer, scripture readings, and a brief address. C. C. A. members also led two voluntary chapel services each month. As a special project, the group sent letters, pictures, and gifts to Heinz Weiss, an eleven- year-old German orphan, who has been supported by the C. C. A. for several years. --, ,. I 4 . , QW I - . Af,,:-12,1-,uf igwugw-2 ,. ', ,nl-1 ,fjglt - ' 1.sz-g m: 'f .4 Sup " f ..,. ,'-1 4 V1-'f' 3' 1. , N4 -:,. ., gh.: mmuwmnuw ' 1 m m m -1aiffsaz,..aaa..2:s.ffsasf?fsasf . f 'I L 'E fqfg, i-':2.' ' .tn 1,4 53,2 5 1 , H H. v W . ' ' 'EEL ' ' ' H4 I M 0 r L 1 Y fr" n Ma H " P vu 8 I H L :T P 'L ML... ,U ,..., 5 ,,,.,,. : :H-Ja., K-,U ..,,. 4, I 5. :E-'iii 'T-,haf . s,.,. .5,tL . . 1 A 3 LAN 1 H' .M fM.."'..' L ' 'w.W5m",'," lm, it . 1 H v ta: f .'f25?f ,, I QWWNU . ,. J - faaxgfi-' 1 5, . ui. rid' W 1 L i , -w -I Y ' Wu,H,u,Hu iff? ' y E' x f 6 V , ,, U mais m I ww- Jim m"w"w"m 'MN w- ' H w uw uw w w uw uw mmm m w -,www im nwmwwwm .. 2 , 11lm1QW1-Iw"w"Uu"' "' , u wgg4.l1 u LQ? , , an :1 ::!:"!"'ww1NNN' 4152, , I - - mfr H'ww".,,"w MUSE! W ' 'UMW X u ulFM u m mN , ufw'3," W Y H M H M 15 w Fl mu- ffin . FJ W X 5. u w g f . ,,?"'fv 'L' v- 1 41, 1 W W v N H 1 i. . .f 1' -Y, g vf 1 1? i ,- .4 mv.. H.. HJ .MJ ,4,p'41 my ,Q ME W1HMll,1'1,,133lll11jlIQgg1llE,3bfllv'lI'm'...mwu , 'N' , H I F 1 N... ,Hmmm11glll"'lll"'... W " N mi, N N w.wfQMFW HWw,Hm"'H' HN ,Q 4 'Q LEFT TO RIGHT: George Sophy, Jim MacDonald, Fred Harberg. 88 RELIGIC SACTIVITIE COMMITTEE Dr. David J. Maitland, associate pro- 1? fessor and chaplain at Carleton College, addresses students at an informal gath- ering in the Rau-Hassler lounge. The main function of the Religious Activities Committee is the planning of the Religion in Life Week. The theme "Christian Vocation" Was pre- sented by Dr. David Maitland of Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, who made his initial pres- entation to the entire student body at a Convo- cation on Tuesday, March 15. Dr. Maitland sub- sequently met With religion and philosophy classes during the Week and lead seminar discussions which were held in the South Campus dining room and the Rau-Hassler dormitory lounge on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Students listen intently to Dr. Maitland's topic, "A Christian Vocation." . PI 12' N'- Members and dates and wives enjoy a doggie roast - "'f"- ig' ."'r-of-1-EK. J gf f-A-1 are-1' ,. 1:7 ' in ,S V: :-' f : - I l2f,f...f'2:" vw . M - .- 'ff Q'-1 1, , , .- 90 ., X I- ' - Egg L f 3 59.1, Jbflmj .fc I-Q ' I 4- , 1 MEA: . . ef ,. xii' - -4 ...L , , i - .-mg . ek Neff Jw ., , ..,Ej.'fa.vu.......Q:1.,,i..-5 we 'g -lk - :W V , r. K 5, .M i i 11. . H -..-L'-1 E m .. " 1 -H . .-A JSJ.- A .f V. -1 , . ' .. ..., , , . - o . W o . . . W' .- Y Y -f "BWV e ' ., . . - lvl . , ROW 1: F. Harberg, B. Daneker, B. Gohdes, P May, T. Wilde, R. Evansen, P. Heist, C. Fishel C. Harberg, G. Straughan, B. Kent, B. Wegelin T. Christiansen, R. Ehrenberg, Rev. H. Lewis. X Relaxation and a song fest followed. 'Ci-', 41 " ' - 2,'e'f, H' V VW' 1 szsssvfzfg FRATER ITY Graf. ROW 2: T. Rights, R. Kohler, R. Voelker, H. ROW 3: R. Joseph, T. Jones, W. Pfeiffer, B. Needs, ROW 4: L. Heffner, F. Jones, T. Minor, C. Bledsoe, Pi Mu, an inter-denominational organization with pre-theological students as its members, not only up- holds and instills the religious aspect of life but also provides an outlet for socializing. Its aims are three- fold: first, to foster spiritual developmentg secondly, to give its members a fuller understanding of their life workg and thirdly, to maintain a spirit of fellow- ship among pre-theological students. The annual spring banquet, at which time the new president was installed, was held at Walp's Restaurant, May 2. - 71-i , ,V -5 - N"'1.lsi - f 1 M - V . "-- fw 1 J 1' 1 : tsiifiiigii 1 iii 5 fu, .V N li! H H M "" Q'1m!1Q1i,H M " H lm, .H 1 ii ,,-, , III ,, ,, , M ,. ,, P. l...-iw H - H , ggwg "j,,,,. ,,,.a,wy.,"i.f,.... .w i w...,..,, , Q.: , p,,N MilliWyqgtlww illim ,K illglwy t it il wm1,.,!lll,ii.i N,,.,..M..m H N .,.H..W.. ....H,M,Y A ww .H,.,...,.zl1..4,,..W, were 'fs ... -'WA I., A y 'W i9f'm"'0.w "u- HW'u. S-ekdgf Ui Robert Gohdes presents new president Paul Graf with gavel. Annual dinner-dance festivities i . hi 9 l 1 ROW 1, LEFT T0 RIGHT: P. Fox, J. Thomas, A. Woltjen, S. Perkins, M. Rosenberg. ROW 2: D. Lichtman, K. Kem- merer, N. Boerstler, S. Deysher, L. Burnett, B. Phipps, A. Tubio, M. Huggins, N. Middleton, H. Peters. ROW 3: N Trach, G. Billiard, E. Gallup, M. Gehman, H. Gorgeou, E. Demuth, B. Luzietti, B. Blum, B. Hopper, D. Thomas, S Kremer. ROW 4: J. Burns, W. Pfeiffer, C. Stoltz, D. Schimrnel, T. Christianson, H. Siglag, B. Kent, R. Rierson, R Shields. ROW 5: F. Jones, R. Joseph, R. Houser, R. Fatzingger, J. Livengood, N. Eskolin, P. Graf, R. Gardner, J. Nais- by, R. Schaffer. V ' ' CHOIR 92 u "5 ,,,f. The fifty-voice Moravian College Choir, di- rected by Professor Richard Schantz, head of the music department, enjoyed its busiest and most rewarding session this year. The choir sang at numerous student body con- vocations throughout the year as well as a Christ- mas concert presented to an overflowing audi- ence in Central Moravian Church at the annual candlelight Christmas Vespers. Another special concert was presented to a capacity audience on March 28 in honor of John Amos Comenius as part of the dedication events. The choir made a thirteen day tour of six mid- western states traveling by bus. Twelve concerts were given during 'the tour, April 2 to 14, in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Michigan. In concluding their year, the choir held a picnic on June 3 and then terminated their schedule by singing at the Baccalaureate Service and Com- mencement Day exercises on June 5. Throughout the college year, the sixteen-voice Moravian College Ensemble fulfilled numerous singing engagements at banquets and meetings around the Bethlehem vicinity as well as perform- ing at the annual Comenius Day Dinner and vari- ous other school functions. MR. RICHARD SCHANTZ Director 7 ,X ffLff 4 .I mf K ,L ff X X594 Wm gy f fy, HX 4, 'I ? f f f NX 4 2 ' 7 7 L Z I f 2 xx Q Q Q 1 X Wxflfz 0 1: gr' .' -if Z K 5 K :A I d PI in - A Q l 5 4?-1.LJr ff fx Q 2 gmlilmll ,. ?: l- x, fx x Vw QQ ga N 2 W Y ,Q M, :I ,-1 ,: .4-- .1 1 ,- '. ,,, .. f- ,,.-f' .- ::-' 5'-' ..- 74 ,,.- .- .,, ,- " -: 5 ,T Z- - -- ,if- ,- f- ,-f- if-'T ,.,. ,.,-. ,,,.. ,,.,- ... ,,.- ,- ,,.- ,. ,4- f .- ff ,,rffA.,, EQ f-1 yr-0,, f 'ig . H K if- f ,.f,' gf, " ,.-.,-, -4 nv' , "Ml, ' g5"f- a . I ' 5 IF ' ' 'H , I , ti ....xT',.ie 5- . In JL LEFT TO RIGHT Vicki Tznnes Griffith Dudding, Beverly Luzietti, Cynthia Geiman. Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatics fraternity, was reactivated this year after a two year lapse in active participation on campus. Its goals are to develop dramatic talent and the art of acting, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama, and finally to foster the cultural values which dra- matics develop. Its membership is restricted to those students who have been outstanding in cam- pus dramatic activities. 95 Kappa Delta Epsilon is the national honorary Wome Alpha soror of te cours ing th with SISTERS: SITTING: L. Schapiro-Secretary, J. Frederick-Treasurer, D. Stewart- Vice-President, E. Rellinghaus-President. ROW 1: J. Thomas, L. Behler, P. Vincent, J. Laning, D. Thomas, S. English, S. Yaeck. ROW 2: J. Meixsell, J. Bassford, J. Keogh, C. Workman, C. Hahn, F. Becker, D. Herold, J. Mazur. n's education sorority at Moravian. In 1957, the Theta Chapter was chartered. Members of this ty are Women who are interested in the field aching or an allied field. A minimum of two es in education is required for membership. Dur- e year several social gatherings were held along regularly held business meetings. i it ji 5-if Q' ' , ' fl ,',. MF, Q 0 00 PLEDGES: SITTING: M. J. Dugan, E. Nicholas mann, C. Glagola, S. Rupert. ROW 2: M. J. Wolfe it if J I fm LVM K " W: .WMQ .,A' id W is f YA, Yr Roseman. ROW 3: B. Roberts, D. Lang, A. Heckert I egg :Life v v , Q . 'Wm neun session x 1 l lllll . ll BROTHERS: ROW 1: A. Guerrieri-Secretary, S. Viglione-Treasurer-J. Iampie- tro-Vice-President. ROW 2: P. Noonan, D. Ruth, Jr.-USG Representative, R. De- Luca, F. Otto, J. Jardot. ROW 3: J. Harkel, D. Chergey, R. Conover, J. Galbraith, G. Salay, T. McHugh. The male faction of the honorary professional edu- cation organization, Kappa Phi Kappa strives to pro- mote the cause of better education by fostering a spirit of fellowship and high standards of scholastic and professional attainment among its members. Active in monthly meetings, they sponsored a lec- ture series and several social events. Q QE K I TA S n5':gtr:::'Lh-vff' '-'lllwxf ru. ?.f'A'x.z 5 J. Mesko, L. Carl. ROW 1: M. Ammend, B. Koss- B. Senneca, R. Lomerson, M. Heney, A. Filler, R. ' N. Helms, S. Kromer, N. Warren, K. McCann. I, SEATED: Rita Roseman. STANDING Ne1l Eskolin Gene Salay David Schattsch neider. Pl DELTA EP ILO The national honorary collegiate journalism fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon, was established on the Moravian campus in 1938. Its members are selected for their outstanding service to campus publications. Pi Delta Epsilon is pledged to the promotion of student publications and serves to establish a code of ethics among the staffs of individual college publications. Its purpose is to elevate the cause of journalism, to foster the mutual welfare of student publications, and to develop true fra- ternal spirit among its members. Merit awards were presented to Nancy Baker Traubitz and David Schattschneider at the Awards Convocation. I Q9 X Z s X 4 e Q G Q Q H Q Q R A Q Q Q ' K The annual Pi Delta Epsilon banquet 57, ,idx 1. 4 ffl T4 M Em lx .. R. P. Snyder presents D. Schattschneider with the Pi Delta Epsilon Medal of Merit Award. , E! , , ."'1 l"lf""'l-'Q-' Q -r'l r 'I'J"l"T f 7 PLEDGES: R. Rathbun, R. Hartzell, J. MacDonald, C. Geiman, C. Galle, P. Kadas, R. Fatzinger. 99 TRIA CLE HO OR OCIETY we rrff - f naval fi ' lfig ll ll H 1' , . Nm l,.,,.fN Hun, "faq-Wes.. ,N ,xi , ... l sg sais ' , ia ' ' H f. H WM .QQ 4 ' 'QQ ?2'H'L'l"sQ'5 1-H? .bf , Nl- , i ",A do :il - -is am.. Q . ix., ROW 1: C. Geiman. ROW 2: J. Laning-M. L. Mor Ginley. ROW 3: S. Yaeck, B. Luzietti-Secretary-Trew surer, D. Thomas. ROW 4: J. Powelette, E. Pappajohn- Triangle is the honor society of Moravian Col- lege. Its members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service to the school. Faculty members are chosen on the basis of lead- ership, service to the school, and inspiration to the students. Vice-President, R. Roseman, J. Witbro. ROW 5: G. Dud- ding, D. Schattschneider, G. Salay-President, T. Wilde, J. MacDonald. Triangle, in conjunction with the Parents' Committee, sponsored the annual Family Day in October. New members were tapped at an all- student convocation in December. Meetings were held at the home of Dr. Samuel C. Zeller, Triangle's only permanent faculty member. Triangle taps Jim MacDonald in recognition of his achievements. lOO .,.a- Y -Q' u f.-ik, T1 -' 1 J. p-- .r rw"-Q Presldent Gene Salay greets the M1dd1eton fam11y at the annual Famlly Day L xg-:Ly .X ALPHA EPSILO PI EPSIL N SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Mesko, N. Middleton J , . Mazur, S. Yaeck. ROW 2: J. Albrecht, S. Rubens, M. Du- gan, K. McCann, B. Kossmann, P. Vincent, L. Carl. ROW 3: C. Glagola, M. Wolfe, L. McHenry, J. Bassford, A. Filler N. Helms, C. Platt, B. Pappas, G. Melito. ROW 4: M. Am- mend, C. Donchez, F. Letowt, J. Keogh, A. Hair, J. Ziegen- fus, E. Rellinghaus, N. Warren, J. Clay, S. Astbury, J. A1 brecht. 102 Alpha Epsilon Pi is a social sorority on the Moravian Campus which was founded in 1912. The sorority seeks to promote Worthwhile Woman- hood, stimulate a greater school spirit, institute the general principle of sisterly spirit, and Work for the betterment of Moravian College. xy 5 .J apyt , OFFICERS W. Bennewis. ROW 2: S. Rupert, J . de Bray, K. Kap- A, Tubio--Recording Secretary, S. Yaeck-Vice relian, K. Graves, G. Poulos. ROW 3: B. Johnson, C. President, J. Mazur-President, N. Middleton- Horscroft, J. Davis, L. Smith, B. Nagy, B. Dickman, Corresponding Secretary, J. Mesko-Treasurer. R. Torok. V -sw'-A-.Q--' 1+ Q ,QQ 6 Franooise et Je ffhl A V N z if ,-E ' 1 7 i A f , i J all -12 -, . Formal dinner, buffet style A W uwjgjoofff Q f V ' it ' - , , 1 i E N f i M ugwfil sf-lie-'Z' My ma-ma done tol' me . . Receiving a piece of the traditional Alpha Epsilon Pi cake , 2255 1 Y v 5 mg H H. if-4 the old m111 stream 6 A ' ' L 1' 5 Q I 24 1 . I X X 533 H 'ik x. A wx" r- gm.. 3 vm .,.:.:.:.1.,. ,,, ,A . W "1 1 U V 1 -SWG V1 Y A ,2,13M. ,V ::.,.: . N . I 'Hx .X 7 - ' IH w Agni. , - - 3: r : , :xii L Y :Tl 'A"s-.j'5'f Z ' -'T "Q , 6 x ,lgffi ' .IQ Parisian bra +w?f?.w - -739555 ls .. 5 PHI M EPSILO my I xl X' gl !':".,v"" I rwnmrnum S . 5, . K " ' 1': ' e Qi mfg-'qixbv SISTER LEFT TO RIGHT ROW 1: B. Roberts, D. Lang, B. Frey, J Brong. ROW 2: J. Laning, D. Dangler, M. Easterly, D. Ruyak-Advisor S. Perkins S. Beitel, B. Hooper, C. Gei- man B. Senneca. ROW 3: P. Zwarych, F. Hartman, R. Rose- man C. Workman P. Boyle, D. Herold, D. Thomas, B Luzietti F. Becker. 106 Phi Mu Epsilon Social Sorority was founded on the Moravian campus in 1912. Since that time, this sorority has successfully achieved its ideals of womanhood, sisterhood, friendship, courage, loyalty, and Wisdom. This year, Phi Mu Epsilon in conjunction with Sigma Phi Omega held a Christmas party for the Wiley House orphans. In addition to this function, Phi Mu Epsilon sponsored a tea for the alumnae and prepared a food basket for a needy family as a service project. PLEDGE LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: L. Burnett, S. Getter, K. Klam- mer, S. Wilbraham, E. Gallup, G. Ekstrand, W. Wright. ROW 2: S. English, A. Woltjen, G. Billiard, M. Gehman, E. Demuth, B. Phipps, B. Hicks, A. Ramer. ROW 3: F. Mong, B. Stefanavage, H. Georgeou, S. Kronier, J. Friedman, S. Burger, J. Wadolny, W. Hearn. O T OFFICER SEATED: Dolores Lang-President, Beth Ann Frey-Re- cording Secretary. STANDING: Barbara Roberts-Con responding Secretary, June Brong'-Treasurer. Wig ,E 'WGN 1---Q-- ,, , Moravian College for Women, 1920 , 1' I ,, ,, .. ee ' H -My ,H r Ewan. W.. .v, .. 11' V -1 .. - ' zz: :UF 'P s..,. 4 1 4. WL 'z' ,, Q i 1 5:4 l . 'M I ooo M -H, ' -Q - Q . . Q -' X 5 W J ' 'WL I f W fa: ul H wil? N Shades of Eliot Ness , 3- ' " ' ' '35 , V - - .GTF 1,-11 i 1 N Z:-. misfljl 'oo",,,v2iW1 """':glfgEH.. W ' 1 1 fl H. H' V. f ' f 1 ' A: , o f ' vwggig H. w"jg5..,. A W Y M ' .Q 5 , In Seq, Q, , f ln Q' - 14' a av' ,-1 1 5 uw , V u 'B 1 6 19-Y 4, I if 4 9.5 Q L 1 Splish, splash, I was taking a bath . . ,5,,i . rf-,-T. lg I wa. F -35 .ci ...OM l' .W 6 QT- iii . ' Flora Dora girls en masse sg'- ' 1 , Q0 . ??, V 113131 as , ' C f le 'Y' 4 nah C y . 3 And Phi Mu has its serious moments too. A , w 11 5 ,Q-ww r , y.- :sa - :HK rl- 'I . -. -elf? ,Jig HQZEQHS-E! ' T' , EF' ll 1 ' .1-, vu ',,v "1-r 41, l. iv- . r-. .I+ , -A .I wt,-., 'E ,,, vu ,- ' ,,L,-, , 4 . mil 09 V, U, R. 5 I . . .. f mg ' 'QM 9 af' Nan points out Brand X to Bert-ha and Harry-et. If ,A -zz. , milf--'-Lily- , , if V ., f, X , A heavenly choir QM sg :sa- 1: 2' 'iff 5 15' ix we-4-e - . I f Sisters and rushees enjoy a dinner on Mount Olympus. E W l ICRC GA A O1 ECA JMB , fm, ww BROTHER Remix- . . -' LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: J. Gannon, R. Ruth, Jr., G. Salay, B. Robertson. ROW 2: J. -MacDonald, R. Knott, UJ. Jardot, G. Medei, W. Kruszewski, C. DeMuccio, W. Koemg M. Lansenderfer. ROW 3: H. Matthews, J. McCrudden, V Arnold, K. Sepe, D. Turner, J. Olson, H. Siglag, J. Kritis S. Maczko. ROW 4: D. Wentz, B. Gaal, L Couch, B. Needs J. Castellano. ROW 5: P. Noonan, T. Mc.Hale, B. Hershey, J. Wilczynski, G. Jani, J. Naisby, J. Iampietro, R. DeLuca ROW 6: F. Duckworth. A ' 9 OFFIICER LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Bruce Robertson-Vice-Presh dent, Gene Salay-President, Stephen Kalamar, Jr.-Secre tary, Richard Ruth, Jr.-Treasurer, Jeff Gannon-Vice Treasurer. HO Founded at the University of Virginia in 1920, Omicron Gamma Omega's Beta Chapter Was initi- ated at Moravian College in the same year When three 'members transferred here. Dedicated to the propogation of the ideals of brotherhood, love, charity, esteem, and scholarship through fraternal bonds, the OGO's celebrated their 40th year in 1960. The oldest local fraternity in existence, the OGO's plan to affiliate with an international or- ganization in 1960. Highlights during the past year include the aid- ing of a needy family with the help of radio station WAEB and Ernie Stiegler, announcerg the initia- tion of an alumni associationg outings With the handicapped children from Spring Garden Schoolg and the laying of formative plans for affiliating With a national group. . . In 1960 also, the OGO's' awarded the first schol- arship-athletic award to"be given annually to the deserving senior. Q LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: G. Stoddard, D. Howard, R. Trinley, D Eichenhofer, W. Martin, C. Merkel, C. Glazier, J. Kelyman. ROW 2 J. Fritz, J. Meixell, R. Foltan, J. Tracy, F. Amigo, D. Newall, J Bowman, T. Ulrich, J. Davidson. ROW 3: J. Yarema, J. Stefanavage R. dePaolo, G. Sandercock, R. Shollenberger, T. Christiansen, A Frable, D. Marshall, M. Meilicke, B. Hill, K. Walsh. Cape CanaVera1's counterpart, Cape Mo-Mo ge. 595 are Q", -Q -1 ws fi' Prize winning rocket in the making V - .-.X gm . LPN 3.5, ,HU USG President Peter French Crightj ac- cepts OGO III on behalf of the student body. Pledge Bernie Medei dresses for the occasion VV Fl rr T Gang Pledgemaster Potter and President Salay extend membership into the brotherhood to radio and sports per- sonality, Ernie Stiegler. Bruce Robertson accepts gavei from incumbent president Gene Salay during Dinner- Dance festivities at Harkers Hollow Country Club. X o W X i r.,,..W M ,,iii A H " H HW SSW ' UTS ui M A - , H E I it it H gm m'1i"5-if iw ",l'3i"Lw5. if a 'Q 11' ii H "' H? it H' N' its " 'E NW" " , .sm , 'W 1 ,nf it w . ., 15:55Y'g,,, , ' Q' V Qwzpff hiv L " 2" ,.f1'5' N 3 w ' ' V 3, W NI V as V1 j " rv S M' "L" -,1 .wg , ss ,. Efsevgeff W E W! 11 HK!! M er. . ,i V " H" ,fn """' E -2- K -i "- Y - ii ff W 1' EK H SIGMA PHI OMEG BROTHER LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: R. Conover, P. Boyle, D. Benton, T Schmoyer, D. Ryan, D. Cornelius. ROW 2: J. Harkel, J. Powlette D. Bittner, D. Hattenbrun, D. Evans. ROW 3: J. DeCesare, H. Sun- yak, D. Morrow, B. Rinker. ROW 4: N. Wagner, S. Harvey, H. Tuller R. Colfer. ROW 5: R. Neuhaus, C. Paddock, L. Fatzinger, A. Chap 1 OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Fatzinger-Treasurer, Joseph Powlette-President, Donal-d Evans-Vice- ff g 5' President. H4 One of the newest social fraternities on the cam- pus, Sigma Phi Omega was begun five years ago. Taking an important position in the college com- munity immediately upon inceptiong SPO is dedi- cated to the ideals of fellowship, charity and all the good the fraternal bonds can promote and strength- en. Under the leadership of Joseph Powlette, the infant fraternity was honored as they were awarded the scholarship trophy for having the highest schol- astic average among the fraternities. Activities for the year include a Phi Mu Epsilon- Sigma Phi Omega Christmas party for the children of the Wiley House. I f 1 X-5 X 19 , Qw--vnuimm--l.nm----: v : E .:' 'fa 5' , - ,- ' LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: M. Gonsalves, R. Smith, G. Knupp, F P I Stocker. ROW 2: P. Santa Maria, IJ. Trodahl, D. Linaberry, M Kissel. ROW 3: RL Garcia, D. Andrews. ROW 4: D. Bleam, D. Mur tomaki, P. Gill. I I5 "Al Capone" DeLuca and gang M, qwgsgwy , H, Q Hg mg A team that was short-lived The Roarin' Twenties revisits Moravian and Sigma Phi Omea. A Hollywood screen test i ' 'LJ Y f, f' 2 - uv .1 uv j- gala' You fx i i , W' in f - -gm--df-f . H w w ,V . . H - u.iE,, ,T H6 e D 1 I OVER N . K' N H Life: xml' I -e e J r ' ,W , .A,. -Moo -S.1,..,.. 1 1-QF Wiley House children enjoy a Christmas with Sigma Phi Omega and Phi Mu Epsilon Sigma Phi's prize-winning Homecoming float 117 TA KAPPA EP ILO FR TER LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: R. Fatzinger, R. DeWalt, R. Volko, E. Pappajohn, H. Encke, J. Martin. ROW 2: C. Bartolet, J. Casey, R Lipkin, J. Elliott. ROW 3: L. Amici, C. Lindner, G. Sites, R. Atkinson F. Donatelli. ROW 4: T. Fisher, P. Jannarone, R. Rathbun, W Keller. ROW 5: A. Bornstein, J. Houser, R. Gross, J. Jacob, R. Cher- gey, P. Dorozowski. ROW 6: J. Schlegel, D. Schattschneider. ROW 7: J. Worman, E. Ressler, D. Fehnel, J. Schultheis. ROW 8: D. Berger G. Dudding. LAST ROW: T. Neidengard, N. Nolfa, R. Kern, D Doncsecz, R. Donchez. E OFFIC. RS LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Robert Volko-President, Charles Lindner-Secretary, Charles Bartolet-Pledge-trairv er. STANDING: Robert Fatzinger-Historian, Louis Amici -Sergeant-at-Arms, Theodore Neidenga.rd-Inter-Fraterm ity Representative, Ralph DeWalt--Chaplain. , ll8 5 The only national social fraternity on the campus, Tau Kappa Epsilon stands for scholarship, true fraternity spirit, love, esteem, and inter-fraternity relationships. Winner of the house decorations trophy, the fraters' year was also spotlighted when, Matt Gillespie, musician and orchestra leader was extended membership into their bond. Highlights of the year include a party for the orphans from the Cooperslourg Home, assisted by the Order of Diana. The chapter also received run- ner-up plaque for the best chapter in the small college division among 166 chapters. Future plans include housing at a new location. 7 p B- I VW PLEDGES H9 LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: T. Fromhartz, D. Larish, D. Coe, S. E raney, R. Mittl, L. Halley. ROW 2: J. Neiberger, A. Finnigan, Brown, G. Morris, J. Malloy. ROW 3: P. Warnke, W. Aydelotte, Bregman, G. Fiegel, T. Grammes. ROW 4: J. Nadler, J. Scholl, Lewis, J. Viglione, J. McCarthy, J. Shigo, Jr. ROW 5: R. Zulli, Palenchar, T. Buschbaum. ROW 6: T. Burke, R. Muth. ' UdIr4Ler."9- wut ?w A '71 pw ,yn B1- Q ,.J,5QN -' ' .,, ' WML' -,f,,,,-,,., ..,.,,.. ...L ,, H 155: 'L Q H ang, ww U ,Q 1 -,., 3-QE 1 -4 H -ma ,ff Mx Wd" -4 1-U W ' JLQE . , 'E' E15 44-vf .lil Sz' 'L 538 ' .fm w 5' M m . fm? ig ,f , 8, ,I H ,H 212:21 ri . an ,.,'.Mm. . K Q , Wei -'viii . iw if 1 mn. Q Q, qwvsiwf' mf 5 . 4 91- , 542212 Q52 . NYSE Wing-Qfztihg sffviigg 35 Vu .A - g W. 1 'EZ xi him!! J is ,W me , , ffsgfsm X L 41 fu -S7 ww 5 my f ff .f'T5??'f :J ' i'fz1?3, ul'- 'mw 5WH" - .f M, N 5 W. mu M .WU ., , 4, i Q' flawf 'M , 4 M - VT 3s',,.g--I c wig, , H I 1 I S .1 Q1-,,-. fm 'M' w w AN.: , ,,, ,vv., M ,Y ww wi ,A ' ' ' wx, Y Y N Y 41" .L-N25 "ff P ,Um-, ,pig . .IAEA , f -v M11 -V H Q -44 f , mggjffxnmhwu "WVR xdr' f.. 3551. nw .Q N' View V r My 9:51353 uf - Ralph Atkinson and Joe Garbush polish the TKE trlanglw l2O Prize-winning house decorations WL! 'f"1"A , wi Everybody had a good time. E21 63 I TER- ORORITY COUNCIL The two social sororities, Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Mu Epsilon, compose the Inter-Sorority Council which strives to promote loyalty, honor, and a development of true Moravian Spirit. During the academic year, the Inter-Sorority Council sponsors an informal party in the fall for all the Women students and a formal dinner-dance in the spring open to only sorority members. In their authoritative capacity, the council controls all events pertaining to sorority rushing. I I LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Joanne Mazur-President, Beverly Luz:letti-Secretary- Treasurer, Dolores Lang-USG Representative. STANDING: Jane Keogh, Jane Al- brecht, Joan Knepper. 'EYY1 MORAVIAN 1 LAY VY. Ta - -Tx. ?, I ---5 1 ,' . X -- , A Y ,V wif - ,.,V".g 1 ,sr , , siil' ., N ,-gf A -Y , S 3 .3 VN, ' V 12 'W '-g.--n. - I fl' -...A-ffl-. ," ' ' V4 v . nf' ' 5' rf It 54524 3 ,, Y-rag. ., y - lr ,V Y- 2 .H . ..., 1. Q sf, + ,,, -,M - ,5 1 - i - - - .ws --as -a t f g N, xi Q, LEFT T0 RIGHT, ROW 1: Jeff Gannon-Treasurer, Don Morrow-USG Represen- tative. ROW 2: Robert Lipkin, Ted Neidengard, John DeCesare-Secretary. I TER-FRATER The Inter-Fraternity Council promotes the ad- vancement and acceptance of fraternal organiza- tions at Moravian College. It provides the bridge over which inter-fraternity cooperation and har- mony may reach their ultimate potential. This 123 ITY COUNCIL year they sponsored the Inter-Fraternity Dance, which was held in Johnston Hall, and the house decoration contest. It also provides for scholar- ship, athletic, and house trophies. ' . x QSO! Ol kx" shHfzEHf" gx.0xO'.xO!,ff ! I . , 'TO HNJ N HALL A R cjlBALD MJD W www y WWW W www f 7 M WW 'WW f ff Z 5 f ME X if 5 B ..,.,-, ., ,S ff! ! --.. W OR PLEASU E Just as a sun-beaten rose thirsts for the refreshing kiss of the early morning dew, so, in like mann-er, do our minds fatigued with assignments, commitments, and of- ten pressing problems longingly thirst for moments of pleasurable relaxation. High- lighting these carefree moments of Our Pleasures are the Homecoming Weekend, the Inter-Fraternity Dinner-Dance, the Christmas Semi-Formal, the Inter-Soror- ity Formal Dinner-Dance,-and the really exciting spring weekend, known to all of us, Senior Farewell. The festivity and themes of these af- fairs are so varied that at one instant we may be surrounded by the air of a Mardi Gras or a wealth of white ermineg while at the other, we may go flying to far off Africa, the Orient, or the always popular land of the swaying palms and teasing grass skirts. Everyone will concede that with all this glamour and perfection, even the brightest shining heavenly satellite will meet with forceful competition from the starry eyes waltzing around the floor of Johnston Hall in "Our Universal Bro- therhood in Miniature." is-'."1 ..,.A-ei. , 1 ju-P'- Waii U, 1 '- 1 'f'Jkf"f2 A-S Q 7"2"' St l? "" 'V A-fu m H' 'N 1, "' ,H'ws"5,E . b A A , '412-L ,, , nf- ,sesame 5, . '-SSLQY' ' ..4""' 5 . ww J ,, v 21 1, H mf gg samij , I-:fi W Getting ready W Time out for a wedding ..l.u'31 1 . f ', 1 . Ae. A'1ow5b1.r2"t - ,T H0 LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Albrecht, Ruth Mauch Robertson bara Stefanavage, and Judy Coddington. ' Freshmen serenade the girls during Pajama Parade festivities. COMI G Frances Letowt--Homecoming Queen, Matt Gillespie, Bar- A memorable evening N TA .gnu l Pooped Frosh get a lift to the bonfire site. Biggest blaze ever I27 An enjoyable evening at the Hauperts Candlelight Service processional 128 CHRIST Lf il The Nativity Scene at if T Wf- A QQ .L. Li51 it A i Santa distributes gifts. f J AS president's home Christmas in the Science Building .M ,N V, , .. - ---Y I ,,HwiE, , h Soft music 9 Christmas warmth 1 I TER-FRATER ITY Fraternity presidents accept Inter-Fraternity trophies for their Omicron Gamma Omega-athletics, Sigma Phi Omega--scholarship, Epsilon-house decorations. it it A .M iii!! ' respective units: and Tau Kappa 1 Time out for refreshments and a friendly ll' 'B' chat Shall we dance? EEKE Swaying gently to the music of Matt Gillespie Marcia Phillips and Hank Sunyak at the left and Julia and Fred Donatelli at the right look on as Inter-Fraternity President Fred Lipari crowns Mary Helper queen of the I. F. lgall. Miss He1per's escort was David Hatten- run. A ' . SAC in action Let's play "Hide and Seek." Last year's Farewell queen, Frances Letowt, adjusts the 1960 crown on Judy Keiser. Her court from left to right is composed of Bonnie Sue Atkinson, Judy Laning, Sandra Rupert, and Lois Behler. Al Bornstein, co-chairman of SAC, looks on. Wff,.ln.xS. 1 'V - f' I32 OR FAR ELL . Pac- J' ,A-,f'.L fx 5, F4 Happy listeners . mar, The Hi Lo's thrill the audience. 'H-- ' Gab fest Moments to remember 133 f 1. 44 I x ' I I, 1 . I f I.. I. w I x 11.51- 5 ' ' W, 1., M' -' J N f- ,. -Ev., .f A . :ma rm EEG?" 'Ms "1 . A3 F. 1 'f "HW ' if W e 1 Ui" X W X 'vat m 4 latin 141115 iaxtltx ,s-e..g 2 ,1 I in -mmm nz, IIIIII ll' 'fg1,,,14,ff 1?Lilf's.wf4"3 M MORA IA v 1 "' 4-7 5' ..?if f ' . W4 If S I A L . .vm ,vu .. Q wagiwxm f'ff!u!w " W H 3-1 ws- f , YL, f 5 W' 1 ,1 N! A I L ' ' ,..f' In E ' f Q 4' M: Gm . 3 -'gf -'- V . .. -,. .- :Q I M- 2 - . l ' .1 V ,,.., - - . EU . ,LW 15, Lg XL f:1rS.4i L - :- igwgf jgB,2k'M'm,'1,, ,, .X 41", , I ! " 'fab ,pw fmf ,, fa! fffff ff fyffvff 1 ,I fff f ! W ff Q? Q I 1 ' w7!ff""'ff Q gf Z L X! ., f f , f W ' ff, Qf ,4-f ff , ,puff .1 , , fnffrff f - f ffffvff, f 1, 1 , , , 1 ff 1, fffaff W f f 1 XX 1,1111 fl ,fff ,ffffnf U lllllEllTllllllllSS i' "On Moravian On Moravian That is our War cry t Keep your good old school before you Never let it die-yi-yi-yi On Moravian On Moravian Fight on for her fame Fight Greyhounds Fight for dear Moravian." F Supported by this undying and vigor- ous M.C. spirit, our Ogo greyhound is vir- tually obliged to succeed in leaping tri- umphantly over the big "M," A number of our heroic athletes have merited and ob- tained much fame and glory through their striking feats, expert performances, and acquisition of trophiesg yet none of this personal triumph could possibly compare With the overflowing pride and rapture that swells their hearts for having brought victory and joy to their ever faithful old M.C. It is this unselfishness and team cooperation in "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniaturen that is placing greater and more meaningful trophies i.n our Johnston Hall trophy case. ROW 1 R Calvo-Coach, J. Olson, J. Gannon, B. Hershey, B. Haney, F. Lipari, S. DeLuca P Noonan S Maczco J Kr1t1s ROW 2 P. Calvo-Assistant Coach, J. Williams, W. Kincaid, D. Coe, J. Frank, R Myers L Rozelle D Bryant J Yelovichn, B. Medei, DeVore, T. Gawronski. ROW 3: C. Peters-Assistant Coach R GOTI L Lentz J Mazza B Dietrich, W. MSDZIG, B. Hino,-J. Kelyman, D. Bedics, G. Sanderock, W. Kruszewskl Tralner I-Ielmsrnan Rocco Calvo absorbed his first losing season in football in 1959 as his Blue and Grey Eleven posted a 3 and 5 campaign. Captained by Fred Lipari and Paul Noonan, the latter being voted the Most Valuable Player, the Hounds opened their season with a convincing 28-6 win over Wilkes. John CJabbyD Williams, freshman quarterback from Bangor, captured a starting berth as his outstanding play resulted in Moravian's initial win. Bucky Yelovich, John Olson, and Williams accounted for the TD's While Jim Kritis turned in some brilliant blocking. Juniata was held to a 7-0 lead the first half but finished strong in the second to hand Moravian its first defeat, 26-0. 138 The ever-present cheerleaders keep H team morale high. EEN 3 UP - 5 DOWN Moravian . . . . 28 Moravian . . . . 0 Moravian . . . . 26 Moravian . . . . 0 Moravian . . . . 12 Moravian . . . . . 2 Moravian . . . . . 8 Moravian . . . . . 8 Win number two came at the expense of P. M. C. as the Hounds came from behind to win the Family Day contest 26-12. Passes from Russ De- Vore to "lonesome end" John Olson sparked the attack, while Yelovich, Noonan, Dave Coe, and DeVore did the scoring. Lebanon Valley and Albright countered for the opponents next to post 6-0. and 2-12 verdicts. Bill Hershey starred in both losing events as the Hounds failed to capitalize on the breaks. Jim Kritis' six foot three inch 240 pound frame accounted for Moravian's 2-0 win over Upsala. After a 60 yard boot by Williams, which rolled dead on the 3, an excellent play by the forward Wilkes . . . . 6 Juniata ....... .. 26 P. M. C. ......... .. 12 Lebanon Valley . .. . . 6 Albright ....... . . . 2 Upsala .... . . 0 Wagner .... .. 42 Muhlenberg . . . . . 20 wall of Moravian forced the visitors to punt in their own end zone. Kritis' massive hulk crashed through the defense, blocking the punt for a safety and the only two points to be scored that afternoon. Wagner and Muhlenberg rounded out the un-. successful season by turning in convincing 42-8 and 20-8 triumphs. Bill Hershey and Dave Coe accounted for the lonely scores in both campaigns. Coach Calvo's initial job for the '60 season is to find replacements for graduating seniors Noonan, Lipari, Hershey, Bob Haney, and Sal DeLuca. ' i',Q'i- if-' C' Olson 1315, DeLuca 1481, and- Gannon 1141 are too much opposition for this Juniata ball carrier. C0 CHI Rocco Calvo-Calvo began his fifth year as mentor of the Greyhounds. His record at Mor- avian stands at an impressive 22-15-3. Calvo played his college football at Cornell University under the famous Lefty James. He quarterbacked several fine "Big Red" teams at Cornell and gained a reputation as an outstanding field gen- eral in the Ivy League. , . ' . ' A He serves as Professor of Health and Physical Education and resides in theicity With' his- Wife and family. ' Paul Calvo-The brother of the head coach, Paul, also, begins his fifth year as a member of the Moravian coaching staff. ' He is a Moravian graduateyclass of,1952, and Was a vvingman on the grid team before an--injury sidelined him. Prior to this, he Wasan end on the Bethlehem High School football squad of 1941- 42-43. Paul teaches in the Bethlehem School District and resides locally with his Wife and family. Charlie Peters-Made his debut as an assistant football coach last year. He is a 1953 Moravian graduate Who played three years of football at Bethlehem High School and then competed at Potomac State College prior to his transfer to Moravian. Peters, also, resides in Bethlehem with his Wife and family and is a teacher in the local school district. C TAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Calvo, Rocco Calvo, Charlie Peters ':-gb kf an 71 .V 2 , ' Assliifm and , Q fig, -u K vw ' 'Gigi X . , 1 ,. 5, .L ,Fry ?v'f.f -my ?j?55.! , H ww u H m u w w u wr ,, L Sim, w16"?4il . H. ' ,--....-,Y-.. .X-.. ' -'V' iii? X 3: w, Q 1 w QL, N ,uvjigruu m 'jun My NAI.. .5 '32, , diggs, . W M' if ,.1m?f?fE,l" P va: E ' - 1 fi? 7' WNW SWL-Y L " 'IJ 'Fix ' er ,. 'lin , .- 'is'-',,,, -,, 'Y'-s.- 45631 5 Rain, rain, go away . . . but the fans "weather the storm." ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Koch, R. Gross, T. Grammes, R, Herman, B. Rinker, T. Horlacher. ROW 2: Coach Kuklentz, T. Worman, G. Fiegel, L. Brown, H. Sunyak, D. Wetmore, B. Borst, J. Jacob. 6 UP - 4DOWN Moravian . . .... 34 Moravian . . .... 44 Moravian . . .... 31 Moravian . . . . 44 Moravian . . .... 20 Moravian . . .... 25 Moravian . . .... 30 Moravian . . .... 30 26 31 Moravian .... .... Moravian ...... The Harriers of Moravian College ran into a so- so season last year finishing with a 6 won and 4 lost record. Injuries to key men, the loss of last year's number one man through transfer, and strong opposition were the major causes of the team's close record. The Hounds started off their season on Octo- ber seventh with a loss to Elizabethtown, 21-34. Jim Worman of Moravian finished thrid in 27:04 with George Fiegel, our only other man placing with a fifth place finish. On October tenth the Harriers lost to Juniata by a 16-44 count. Moravian's third straight loss was at the hands of Pennsylvania Military College, 26-31. Fiegel and Worman were Moravian's number one and two men finishing third and fourth. Lafayette's Harriers provided the fourth and final loss for the Moravian hill and dalers as they handed them a 44-16 shellacking. Moravian then bounced back with decisive wins after Franklin and Marshall and Albright by Elizabethtown .... . . . 21 Juniata ........ . . . 16 P. M. C. ..... 26 Lafayette . . . . . . 16 F. 8: M. .... 43 Albright .... . . . 31 Temple ..... . . . 38 Haverford . . . . . . 54 Muhlenberg . . . . . Ursinus scores of 20-43 and 25-31 respectively. The Harriers continued their winning ways by beating both Temple and Haverford in a triangu- lar meet. Moravian took three of the first four places and four of the first ten to score 30 points. Haverford had 38 and Temple 54. The Harriers finished their season on a high note by defeating Moravian's fast-becoming tra- ditional rival, Muhlenberg and Ursinus in a second triangular meet. The Hounds outclassed their opponents, scoring 28 points where Muhlenberg and Ursinus scored 51 and 54 respectively. Mo- ravian finished with six men in the top ten in this meet. INDOOR TRACK The Moravian indoor track team travelled to such outstanding track meets as the Inquirer Meet 'in Philadelphia, the Evening Star Meet in Washington, D. C., and the Millrose Games and Igmgihts of Columbus Meets at Madison Square ar en. l43 E0g'0sEna1i11EIfIT E128 R1gGIgi'1i70IiCiti1gfl1er, R. Zulli, R. Chergey, F. Potter, J. McCrudden. ROW 2 J Gano L Zavacky Moravian opened its 1959-60 basketball season, Wednes- day, December 2, as they traveled to meet Pennsylvania Military College. The Hounds went down to defeat by the score of 79-70. Ducky Potter led Moravian with 22 points. The Greyhounds bounced back to defeat Swarthmore, 63-54 and Upsala 82-69 with Ducky Potter, Dick Kosman, and Dick Chergey scoring 24, 21, and 17 points respectively. In one of biggest upsets of the season, Moravian defeated Muhlenberg's Mules 92-84. It was the first Hound victory over a Muhlenberg quintet in 39 years. The final game before the Christmas recess savv Moravian overcome Haver- ford on the losers home court, 79-66. Over the holidays, Moravian took part in the Upsala In- vitational Tourney at East Orange, New Jersey. In the first game Freshman Dick Kosman, poured in 26 points in a losing cause as the Vikes avenged their earlier defeat 79- 76. The Hounds captured third place as they defeated Al- fred University 85-7 6. Kosman was high with 32. On January 2, Moravian played host to a fine Lafayette team and held the visitors in check until the closing seconds when the Leopards gained a 77-76 victory. 144 The Hounds showed their skill and aggressiveness as they won four straight scoring over 100 points in each victory. On January 6,' Dick Kosman and Ducky Potter led the home forces scoring 30 and 28 points, as Moravian overpowered Wilkes 102-83. Three nights later Drew University's cagers paid a visit to Johnston Hall and went home shell-shocked on the short end of a 101-49 score. Scranton was the next victim of the high scoring Hounds as they were trampled 104-89. Ducky Potter broke the individual college scoring record with 43 points. These three consecutive "century mark" games set a new record for Moravian cagers. Only in 1950 and 1956 did Moravian score more than one 100 point game. Traveling to Elizabethtown the Hounds swamped the home forces, 103-78. In two more road games played during final exams, the Hounds were 1 surprised by Lebanon Valley 77-69 and dumped by a powerful Albright team 79-57. Moravian was back to their winning ways as they trounced Lincoln University 87-78. Kosman sparked the win with 29 markers. A tall, experienced Wagner team was too much for Mor- avian as they defeated the Hounds 93-80. Ducky Potter, Dick Chergey, and Hal Rice hit double figures for the Blue and Grey. The Hounds next lost a squeaker to Rutgers University 77-73. Moravian gained revenge as they handily defeated the Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley 70-52. Potter again led the attack with 26 points. Dick Chergey led the Hound forces to a 78-73 victory over Franklin and Marshall. He controlled the offensive and defensive backboards and was high man with 25 points. Mo Mo s one two scoring punch-one from the left, one from the right A capacity crowd at Johnston Hall witnesed nationally ranked Hofstra College defeat the home forces 85-63. The game was close only in the first half. In an overtime thriller, played at Scranton, the Hounds edged the Royals 94-93. Hal Rice led the Greyhound scorers with 26 points. Potter and Leo Stinner were next with 24 and 16 points respectively. What could be classed as the biggest upset of the year in local basketball circles occurred here February 23, when an underdog Moravian team fought from behind to whip Albright 81-74. A team effort led by Potter and Rice paved the way to victory. The season's finale saw the Hounds go over the century mark for the fifth time, as they routed Dickinson 106-70. Potter playing his last game for Moravian countered 35 points, bringing his seasons total to 555 and a new record. Chergey scored 21 points while other Hounds to hit in double figures were Stinner and Rice. The season was completed with a 15-8 overall record giving Coach Rocco Calvo his third winning season in as many years. The Hounds were 10 and 3 in the Middle Atlantic Conference. . Though the team will miss the high scoring of Ducky Potter a11d Dick Chergey-Dick Kosman, Leo Stinner, Jim Gano, and Len Zavacky are expected to fill the gap and give Moravian another successful season. l45 15 UP - 8 DOWN Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian P. M. C. ....... . . . Swarthmore . . . . . . Upsala' ........ . . . Muhlenberg .... . . . Haverford . . . . . . 79 54 69 84 66 Upsala .... . . . 79 Alfred .... . . . 76 Lafayette .... . . . 77 Wilkes .... . . . 83 Drew .......... . . . 49 Scranton .......... 89 Elizabethtown ..... 78 Lebanon Valley .... 77 Albright .......... 79 Lincoln ........ . . . 78 Wagner ....... . . . 93 Rutgers .,......... 77 Lebanon Valley .... 52 F. 8z M. ........... 73 Hofstra ....... .. . 85 Scranton . . . . . 93 Albright .... 74 Dickinson . . . . . . 70 Leo Stinner i501 Moravian's top rebounder goes up high for tap, as Hal .Rice 1205 anxiously awaits. The Hounds have ball well surrounded. E A I46' Hooks Gano flips one up as Rocco Zulli C521 looks A11 eyes on foul line Looks like everyone is watching. 147 w J ,W W H ,H a f - N H w'm"wM-" ig 'HH w in msswzirsf w w m m u ,, su , eff, Wa 111 in , ,N .wmv UH w H, I ,Q , iv sa ww 4: as ' it 145352 S frm.. 9,5 wzgnrlmlwvggiigH, H .. H l Egw'H"...".,,yr:I-5'sfg,,g- .N ,M sqm A ' "' mlm ,r,, N, uw W 1 u 5 . A Sig .su Hi. - fsuz FRANC1 ff CKYP PoTTER Y Francis Potter, more popularly known as "Ducky", has, in his three years of varsity basket- ball, established more records and broken them as Well than any other Moravian player. As captain during the 1960 campaign, Potter led the team in total points scored, rebounds, and assists. Named to the ECAC All East squad for the second year in a row, he was chosen to represent Moravian in Who's Who in Small College Basket- ball as Well as most Valuable Player in the Middle 148 Atlantic Conference. His record shattering total of 555 points during the season which includes a Johnston Hall record of 43 points against the University of Scranton as well as his magnificent playmaking earned him a berth on the Little All- America team. The first player to ever receive an offer from an N.B.A. team, Potter also received the Most Valuable Player award tvvo years in a row from the Blue and Grey. He also holds membership in the exclusive 1000 point club. WW, ,-,.-.. , um .g v wx uw v 1 ,l m m' Hue., v ul .M.. '1...ggg...g13.gfj.w..'y Ugg .ll ,. H ,Q ywm, ' uw ssifz., ww u mu 'um 'mai' 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. S lada, C. Harberg,.C. Merkel, R. Foltan. ROW 2: R. Gross, R. Schaeffer, J. Elliott gpgflvedei, R. Bedics. ROW 3: D. 9601-nelius, C. Canmng, S. Edraney, D- Bfyant, R- MYGPS, P- KUk19U1?Z-C0aCh- "Ride 'emu Bill. K ' www? . M fl lu My ,..'v..f.,.5' H. ,W , , . M. ... ... . , , ,N gi. 'fam omg fuk 1 , H . , - Qfftfsgz R ,Al 3 if 535 'E ng .E :ig . fl 'W lm W m m X um 'W ,, u H mlllll N" ll oo Dick Bedics drums his opponent into the mat. The matmen of Moravian College opened their 1959-60 season with a fine chance of duplicating their 8-1 record of the previous year. The Hounds showed their potential power by a strong opening win over Albright 22-10. Dick Bedics, a freshman, scored the first pin of the grappler's year by pinning his opponent in the 157 lb. class. Bill Rinker, Gene Medei, Dave Bryant, Jake Elliott, and Steve Edraney also came out on top for Moravian. The Hounds added further victories in a hurry by routing Swarth- more 21-10 and P.M.C. 29-2 and defeating Leba- non Valley 24-8. The Blue and Grey grapplers found the "pinning combination" against Leba- non Valley and rang up three pins over their opponents-Rinker, Medei, and Turner doing the honors. It was Dave Bryant, however, who scored a major upset bydefeating his experienced op- ponent 3-0. A The Wilkes match spelled the end of an un- defeated season for Moravian when they de- cisioned the Hounds 20-10. The experienced Colonels, a well-trained and strongly organized group, had also given our matmen their one loss the previous year. Wilkes opened the bout with two quick pins' but the remainder of the meet was fought on even terms-two victories and two draws for each team. Medei and Schaeffer remained undefeated, but Turner and Bryant were held to draws. O . ,V ,Y P l 1 . . . But Gene doesn't need any "pointers," The Hounds rebounded from this loss with a fine 31-5 victory over Elizabethtown. Schaeffer, Rinker, and Turner pinned their men easily as Schaeffer finished an undefeated, untied season. Medei and Turner were both undefeated but tied once in dual meet competition. In the Middle Atlantic College championships, Mor- avian recorded another first as Dick Schaeffer was crowned champ in the 167 lb. weight class. Schaeffer scored 21 points during the series Without allowing a single point. He won his bouts 6-0, 4-0, 9-0, and 2-0. Moravian won a highly respectable third place in the M.A.C.'s with Dan Turner copping a second place finish in his weight division. ISI h, B ,Nm iw , Y W -W.. Dave Cornelius shows Lafayette opponent it can be done with one leg. 9UP-IDO N Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian .. 21 Swarthmore 10 .. 22 Muhlenberg 8 22 Albright .. 10 ...29 P.M.C..... .. 2 16 Lafayette .. .. 14 25 Dickinson .. 4 22 Haverford .... . 10 24 Lebanon Valley . 8 1'0 Wilkes ........ . 20 . .. 31 Elizabethtown .. 5 Dave Bryant finds the easy way to rest-on top! Up and over for a 5 pointerg Ed Salada gets the first pin of his collegiate career. l Rink gets first pin of season against Albright. H: , J 'f' 1 A1 -' 1 1 a 3 gV 2 ,vi . was , ,, f gm, . , 1 gg ,JI it it it H , H iss.. H me " ll' in w r: f mil in , Q 1 - i- , mm ,G .,.,1n,yw V?" mv ' J 11- -' rr 2 Qeffe' f 1 Z i -" fe .- Fi ROW 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Fritz, T. Ulrich, R. Garcia, W. Hershey, H. Rice, F. Donatelli J Kelyman ROW 2 C Gilbeit L Klucharich, R. Mittl, S. Edraney, J. Bowman, J. Gannon, J. Gano, B. Shollenberger ROW 3 G Garcsar Assistant Coach, C. DeMuccio, G. Jani, R. Chergey, D. Vogel, W. Kruszewski, H. Gillespie-Coach C CH M1110 The baseball team began its 1960 season under unfavor- able conditions as rain washed out three of their first four games. But, the one game played in this series got the diamondmen started in high gear as they shut out Scranton 1-0. The Hounds won this game over one of the best pitchers they would face all year, Bob Meckwood, who lost the game on the one scoring threat the Hounds could muster. Swarthmore, Muhlenberg, and Lebanon Valley were the diamondmen's second, third, and fourth victims respec- tively. Jim Gano pitched a fine three-hit shutout against Swarth- more winning a 2-0 count. Bill Hershey walked, was sacri- ficed to second, and rode home on Dick Chergey's hit for one run. Barry Shollenberger made his first start a big success by beating Muhlenberg 8-4, crediting himself with 17 strikeouts. The scoring was featured by a six run Moravian inning including two run singles off the bats of Charlie Gilbert and John Bowman. 153 The Hounds also won the Lebanon Valley game 8-4 as Dick Chergey blasted a three-run homer. The Hounds only loss at this time was a hard-fought 5-3 decision to a strong Temple team that was led by All-American Bill "Pickles" Kennedy. Shollenberger continued his strike- out pace with 11 against St. J oseph-'s as Moravian won 3-2. "Shelly" al- lowed only one hit. Moravian's win- ning rally was featured by a double by Jeff Gannon. Moravian suffered its second loss to Upsala in a sloppily played 10-7 ball game. The Hounds went on to win two out of three games the following week. They defeated Dickinson and Muhlenberg by lopsided 9-1 and 6-0 scores but lost to a powerful Lafay- ette squad 16-5. Gano and Lou Klucharich were the winning pitchers against Dickinson and Muhlenberg. Gano pitched a six hitter and Klucharich pitched a nine hitter while retiring eleven men in a row between the third and seventh innings. Moravian clinched the Northern Division Championship by drubbing Wagner 7-0. Bill Hershey, sidelined as a pitcher because of a bad back, came back to pitch a strong shutout. Wagner did not threaten at all against Hershey's sidearm "stuff", The Hounds went on to shut out Haverford 13-0 and came from a 13-1 defgcit to edge Elizabethtown 15-14 nex . On May 19, Moravian rnet Dela- ware in the Middle Atlantic Confer- ence championship playoff. Delaware had been undefeated in the strong Southern division which included a shutout over Temple in their record. But, Bill Hershey pitched like he had not been informed how strong the Blue Hens were. The Hounds battled back from a 1-0 deficit to a 3-1 lead and gamely held the lead until the eighth inning when Delaware tied the score. Hershey led off the ninth with a single. He stole second and advanced to third on a passed ball. When Lukke, the Delaware catcher, hesitated and threw the ball away, Hershey dashed home with the win- ning run and the MAC championship. The Hounds finished the season by splitting an anticlimatic doublehead- er with Albright. Gano was the win- ning pitcher to finish his season at 4 wins and 1 loss. Bill Hershey, who had served as team captain for the 1960 Eleven, added another laurel to his cap as he was also elected Most Valuable Player. B, w H .3 H 35 'H E ' ' ' I., . f H ,- mf h ' - Nm Il Q' 25113, 7 , . + - . -. + ,, ,' . -f-.issfsssf .Jus if N -. 3- yr? -. V Nl' - 4' . as A I iw" 'ir fr- , H QL Y' H. it 1, it W I J 5 I , H' V I ' I, w in ' V ' 1-wvv-K J HP lmv'lv1'l H" Y.. gf.. " 1" H 1j3g,,."..,l,,, HQQQW 1 "' H it ' 'ft Q 5 req, .' ' ' 5 4:4 - ' l ,, I 'l 9 l -f-412.14-s-4 1- i at - ' yi , all -32335 N f 'fl' , i ". i H 1 '- 7 11. M aw . . A3 ml' M X1 5 A , 3 ii. .HE A. Q.. 5 . 1 4 vll- . 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Albright .. ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Kovacs, G. Salay, R. Volko, F. Sofka, R. Pastir. ROW 2: J. Riediniller, R. Atkinson, J. Harkel, T. McHale, P. Lehr, H. Bilheimer-Coach. FIRST I HISTGRY 12 UP - 0 Down Moravian ............ 135 Moravian . . . . . 13 Moravian . . . . . 12 Moravian . . . . . 15 Moravian . . . . . 135 Moravian . . . . . 13 Moravian . . . . . 10 Moravian . . . .... 125 Moravian . . . . . 7 Moravian . . . . . 145 Moravian . . . . . 105 Moravian ............ 10 Nicknamed "The Untouchablesu the 1960 golf squad proved to be just that as they turned in a prefect undefeated season, the first in Moravian's history. Under the professional tutelage of golfdom's answer to Eliot Ness, Harold Bilheimer's 12-0 season boosted his 4 year record to an incredible 40 Wins 7 losses and 1 tie. The linksmen opened their season by traveling to Upsala and bringing home a 135-45 verdict. Wins two through seven occurred at home at the Bethlehem Municipal Golf Course Where op- ponents Haverford, Wilkes, Muhlenberg, Albright, Upsala ......... .. 45 Haverford . . . . . 5 Wilkes ........ .. 7 Muhlenberg .... .. 3 Albright ..... .. 45 Hofstra . . . . . 5 Scranton .... .. 8 Muhlenberg .... .. 55 Alumni ...... .. 6 Lafayette .... .. 35 F. Sz M. .. 75 St. Joseph ............ 8 Hofstra, and Scranton scored only 325 points. Muhlenberg fell on their home course 125 to 65 for win number eight. The Alumni of the college put up the toughest battle of the season as the varsity edged them 7-6. The last home match of the campaign witnessed the Hounds drown the Leopards of Lafayette 145-35 in a downpour. - The Greyhounds 'traveled to FSLM for their eleventh straight victory while the big Win hap- pened in the championship Llanerch Country Club layout at the expense of St. J oseph's, 10-8. 156 r Q j.'t"mfif 3, . , .iv rjpw ,,,'f"7-'ri-13N .1 '- H1 wr' - -2 5 , " - mi . N -1 WZ- . , I M y 1. - --,gguegw-.. ll , Wt 1 H, '- md W' w: , W tm '- " ml- H hmmm, Y ' ' m' 5 nl - . 1 mm 1 A if -H..-.....,..Li H uw W . ,uw W 5 1 HL mi ,- My WW :li :si ug' N , ,F W:PL,,,,V ., .1 Gene Salay fires one "straight down the middle." In the Middle Atlantic Conference tourney, which was played at the DuPont Country Club in Newark, Delaware, Potter, Volko, Salay, and Kovacs placed tenth. Salay took medalist honors on the rain and wind swept Louviers Course. Graduation claims linksmen Potter, Volko, Salay, and Kovacs, but a promising future lies ahead for returning lettermen Sofka and Pastir. Playing the number one position was Ducky Potter. Voted the Most Valuable Player, he scored 2115 points accompanied with a 6-4-2 record. xBob Volko at the number two slot tallied 17 with a 6-5-1 record. Gene Salay at the number three position posted 141g counters with a 5-6-1 cam- paign. Frank Sofka at four scored 27W markers recording 9-3. Jim Kovacs, the only undefeated golfer banged home 30lQ points. At the fifth posi- tion his 11-0-1 slate will be difficult to duplicate. Bob Pastir at six turned in a 10-2 campaign scor- ing 24 points. Alternates Jim Harkel and Tom lVlcHale'added 3M points. Concentration-Bobby "Mo-'em-down" Pastir Unsuccessful in thirteen outings plus two cancellations, Moravian's ten nis team is in the process of revamping their entire system. With returning lettermen Tom Christianson, Ken Walsh, Bob Lipkin and George Fiegel, the team should show marked improvement. High school champions Grove Stoddard and Charles Stoltz should give the team some added depth as well. 0 UP - 13 DUWN Moravian . . . Moravian Moravian . . . . . 1 Moravian .. 2M Moravian .. . .. 0 Moravian . . . . . 3 Moravian .. 1 Moravian . . . . . 2 Moravian .. . . 0 Moravian .. .. 1 Moravian . . . . 2 Moravian .. . . 3 Moravian .. . . 4 Moravian .. . . 35 Moravian .. . . 0 George Fiegel goes up high for a forehand slam. . l alia' , ' "' . , Y' A 1: if - - ' V. , , La Salle .......... cancelled Haverford ........ canceged Drew ... Lebanon Valley ........ Muhlenberg ...... . . . Lafayette Hofstra . Dickinson Albright . PMC .... Upsala .. St. Joseph Wilkes . . Ursinus . ... ,... --- ... GW 9 6 8 7 9 s 7 6 5 Sw 9 Bob Lipkin CMVPJ shows his stuff l .2 l kg l .-.5 ., -i , -' 1 .aw-as ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Dinstel, S. Yaeck, J. Clay, V. Tinnes, N. Ullrich. ROW 2: F. Mong, J. Raidline, J. Gall, A Filler, B. Dickman, M. J. Dugan-Manager. The Houndettes were successful in maintaining the winning season that has been characteristic of the recent teams. Under the reins of a new coach, 'Jane Ackerman, they reached a high plateau of skillful playing, dropping only 6 games out of 17. The opener against Upsala saw a tough defeat get chalked down, losing by only two points, 40-38. The next contest against Muhlenberg was an easy win 48-35. The season was a see-saw one with no decided winning streak. The most mem- orable game was the one against Rider in which Judy Clay scored 32 points, coming close to the previous record of 38 points scored by Vicki Kokolus last year against the same team. l 1 l u N l J. R. seems to be having difficulty with the basketball maybe it is the coefficient of friction-or something. ll UP - 8 DOWN Moravian Upsala . . . Moravian Muhlenberg ..... Moravian Misericordia Moravian Wilkes .... Moravian Muhlenberg Moravian Marywood Moravian Wilkes Moravian Albright . . Moravian Cedar Crest Moravian Kutztown . Moravian Centenary . Moravian Rider ..... Moravian Albright . . Moravian Kutztown . Moravian Cedar Crest Moravian Wagner ......... Moravian Faculty . . . In playday action, Moravian tied with Kutztown for first place honors as Albright tied with Cedar Crest for secondjposition. The results were as follows: Moravian, first place, no defeatsg Albright, second placeg Cedar Crest, third place g and Kutztovvn, fourth place. A High scorer for the year Was Judy Clay, scoring 277 points. Other leading scorers were Nancy Ullrich, Bette Ann Dickman, Vicki Tinnes, Faith Mong, who also plays guard, and Carla Dinstel. Outstanding guards were Sandy Yaeck, Anita Filler, Faith Mong, Phyllis Zvvarych, Joan Raidline, and Jackie Gall. T The promise for the future is a better team, since only one senior is on the squad and the leading scorer, Clay, still has one year to play. The first team gets instructions from Coach Ackerman during a time out. Vicki Tinnes--up and in ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Mong, V. Tinnes, C. Horscroft, J. Laning. ROW 2: B. Dickman, J. Clay, N. Trach C. Geiman. ROW 3: P. Peters, J. Studwell, J. Knepper. 0 UP -4 DOWN Moravian .... .......... 1 Muhlenberg , . . . 4 Moravian . . . . . 1 Centenary , . . . . , 3 Moravian . . . . . 0 Marywood . . . . , . 4 Moravian . . . . . 4 Muhlenberg . . . , . 6 In terms of individual games, Moravian's Hockey Team suffered se- verely. Having to rely upon new and inexperienced players for first team positions was a severe handicap. Things took a turn for the better, however, for in a playday Moravian tied with Kutztown, Cedar Crest, and Muhlenberg for a first place posi- tion. The other participating team was Albright. In single games in the playday, Moravian defeated Albright and Kutztown with scores of 2-0 and 1-0 respectively. The Houndettes also tied Muhlenberg and Cedar Crest, no goals being scored in either game. - l6l . . -C Wi W v .4 'Ml Ill 'fill -I 1:5 'H In I T I I uf ROW 1, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Ullrich, J. Clay, B. Dickman. ROW 2: P. Peters, S. Kuehner, F. Mong, J. Gall. Unfortunately, Moravian's Tennis Team was rained out for most of their scheduled matches. In the two matches played Moravian lost to Muhlenberg and Centenary by scores of 4-1 and 4-3 respectively. In playday competition Judy Clay won the singles tournament. l62 C H E E R L E A D E R S LEFT TO RIGHT J Stever J Heller J Laning D Dangler Captain M Call J. Burns D Ruth UGO III Presented to the student body by the Ornicron Gam- ma O rn e g a Fraternity shortly after the death of his predecessor OGO II, the greyhound mascot, QQQGQ III, is the third -,official mascot of Moravi'an.2-.Co1- lege. Initiated by "Hia1fry' K. Trend some twenty -years before, the OGO's have since kept up the tradition. When the mascot is not at sporting events he can be found at the home of dog' expert and trainer, Dr. Richard Jones. V 51 L JE :X v . W.. Af ' 'ii lhf uwf ., , Q in "'mTf'w " i Charles Bartolet, president of Varsity "M" Club accepts Blue-Grey trophy from the president of the Varsity "U" Club as co-captains Lipari and Noonan look on. Ducky Potter breaks Morav- ian's all-time individual game scoring record against Scran- ton-43 points. 1 9 r 6 164 , 'Si Dick Schaeffer gets quick pin in MAC'S Later he Went on to be 157 lb champxon Hershey pitches way to win for MAC crown against De1aware's Blue Hens. I I 1 ,ygq:-,q,111'f'.3p.::1- A .gi ii .,:'4,,5. , ,Z . zz ,V I 12? ,cen f i l e i ig i e IWW, 1 , T F. 2 ,H I ,X wx 4 , KH-yi E lr, 'Y 1, , :U i " D -L v 1 , ' . I M2 If ' J P et fe.-f n M -...gl J- vf K' " X ' c1J :vm ,841-7 ig Q s 9 A , N W 1 , 1,5 7,1 1 L xi, , gi W. f 1 f ,' :L -, we - J , A 1 , Jigs W i N ' ' -. ,ff s L ' Y, ,, , ,yr ' 55523515 W i f.fVzZ:3"' ew w "9 ,Q , F? '52 ' iee :vi ' "1n a f in "" n ,. ----- -N ' , h ,M ,gg 1 W Q V ,gf M Hu M N , 4 v X emi: I um H ax H ag? 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"'1v'1, n Matthews connects for OGO while Bartolet CTKEJ catches Gene Salay and Ken Sepe roll OGO to I-M bowling crown. 166 I-M PROGR M Five sports molded Moravian College's intra- mural program this yearg football, basketball, softball, bowling, and golf. Medals and trophies are given to the winning teams and individuals in each sport. Tau Kappa Epsilon won the football championship by defeat- ing Omicron Gamma Omega for the title 8-7. The basket campaign was undisputedly won by Omicron Gamma Omega as they breezed through with an undefeated season. ' The OGO bowling team, led by Tom Christian- son, Gene Salay, and Ken Sepe, won the bowl- ing championship by a 53 point margin. Karl Freudenberger's, and Paul Noonan's big bats provided for Omicron Gamma Omega's third intramural triumph as the softball team dupli- cated the hoopsters record of an undefeated season. In golf, Bob Volko defeated Ducky Potter 2-1 to take links honors. Lack of interest in the handball and volleyball programs contributed to the failure of these sports this season, l Gene Jani throws a screen pass during an exciting I-M clash. l67 , 731' f 2.1: " ll i-l- MORAVIAN -- COLLEGE - 1-55 W fl! - JW Er' rw' ,..-54 'Ji M .-A Jvlye! The very old yet apropos expression time marches on vividly enters our minds as the day of Our Departure ap proaches We relive all our sunny and they be real1t1es 1nstead of memories To I us It seems like only yesterday that We looked with admiration at the upper class men and tossed aside our dmks after hav ing Won the tug of War, but today it is We who are donning our graduation robes -M - and receiving congratulatory Well Wishes Although We are contented With having - achieved many of our goals, our hearts are filled with sorrow for having to leave our "home avva from home" and with IV bleak moments, longing that, once again, gratitude to our Alma Mater for all that she has afforded us. When packing our luggage, We fill it not With material needs but With the thoughts of the friendships We accumulated, the classes We attend-ed, and the Emcee and Femcee Where We spent our leisure moments. It is With a prayer on our lips and tear-filled eyes vi mu .,.. ,,V H that We depart from "Our Universal Bro- therhood in Miniature." folefzr if -EJ 'milf . flag--'nga I .wg iiisn V ,, Ye.. V "M "1 Frances Grace 'Becker ' Certificate 1 , Secretarial Studies Phi Mu Epsilon 33 Kappa! Delta Epsilon 3. Victor Berger, Jr. B.A. History Political Activities Club 43 Band 13 Glee Club 1. Lois Ann Behler 'B.S. Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4Q Band 2. Rudolph C. Blomstrom B.A. General Studies 1 Edward Raymond Albertson B.S. Business Administration Charles Elsworth Bartolet, B.A. History Football '1,2,33 Baseball 1,23 Wrestling 23 Co-Captain 33 Tau. Kappa Epsilon 1,2,33 Pledge Master 43 Kappa Phi. Kappa 33. President 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 43 'Triangle Honor Society 4g Varsity "M" Club 1,23 Vice-President 33 President 43 Political Act- ivities Club 2. 0012 Anthony Thomas Bartolacci B.S. Business Administration Jean Harriet Bassford B.A. English Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,43 Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. I In Nancy .Ann Boeifstler f - B.s. Qi plviediaapl''Teeiyiiqlqgyf Phi' Mu! fE'psi1Qa11,2,3,4gg ,Rho L Alpha Upsilon,-2,3,4!g.Ghoi11 1,1 2,2l,4. l 1 , 1-1bEiiiVaril,i'f-A.fBofgei' 4 BTA. Y A- 1 English Intramural Bowling 2431- In- ti-amutal ,Softball 3gfTau .ilu ' pKap.pa'-lEpsilong7.Historian 3, 4 3 Pl. DeltafEps1lon 3g4g Rho 'Alpha' Upsilon zgzchoir '1,2,3, 4:1-COMENIAN 1,2g. Photo Ediwp.3,4.f ' , "-w ' 3 Nantylfligeliaghi-Bdwniaii 'VA,, oPatrieia'AmiB6y1e B A. B B q 3Engiishfi, 5.13.S. V .Q B -.',M2lthCm3tii!SV B Alpha ED'Sil0nlPiQ1Q,'-V 5" V Q Phi' Mu 'Epsilon 2,3,4g,, Rho ' f Q 2 V f ' " - Alpha Upsilon 3g'Secifetaryj4. Hfs '- X .John Casey, Jia' BLS. Business Administration Intramural Football V1,2,3,4g Intiramural ,Basketball f1,2,3g Intramural HBaseball- 3g 'Tau Kappa- Epsilon, 2gf'--Sergeant- at-Arms'3g Social Chairman 3g Vice-President 43, Epsilon -Beta Alpha 3,4g Political 'Act- ivities Club ' ' 1,2,35' Vetdrans' Association ',.A 2,3. ' K Rohald, cavgmagha V V B.A. B English Sigma Phi Omega 2,33 Chap- lain 43 Pi' Mu 2g3g4. Y , I ' Richard S.,pQaseyi' A ' HB. S. Business'Adn1inistration Intramural 1-Football - 2,3,4g Intramurzil Softball 3545 Ink tlfamural 'Volleyball 15 Tau Kappa Epsilong Yeferansf As- ' sociation, 'Vice-Pfesident' 43' Epsilon Beta Alpha'4. , Y Richard Virgil Chergey ' p B. Business :Administiation Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Varsity "M'f Club 2433 Vice-President 45. Tau 'Kappa Epsilong, ,Kappa Phi ,Kappag Epsilon'BotaAlplia. I' A ' Gail Ellen Clader , Q Robert Francis Clark' B.S. ' Nursing B.S. Business Administration Ronald J. Colfer P B4Sg Business Administration' ' Sigma'Phi Omega 4. p Russell R. Conover H History Football 1,2,3 3 Sigma Phi Omega 2,3,43 Kappa Phi Kap- pa 43 Political Activities Club 1,23 Dormitory Council 2,3. OMME ,f lo, G I ' I ' , ' f f o' df .fzlljddffzffy 1 ljawn' Dangler' ' ll James W. Davidson B.A. i Sociology B.S. Business Administration Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4Q Campus Christian Associa- tion- -43 Cheerleader 13 C0- Captain 23 Captain 3,4. 4 Roland DeLuca B.A. General Studies Intramural Football 3,4Q In- tramural Softball 3,43 Omi- cron Gamma Omega 3,4Q Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4. Football 1,22 Intramural Football 3,4Q Intramural Bas- ketball 1,2j Intramural Soft- ball 1,2,3,43 Omicron Gamma Omega 43 COMENIAN 4. Salvatore S. DeLuca B.A. Sociology Football. 2,3,43 Sigma Phi Omega 13-Secretary 23 3,43 Triangle Honor Society 43 United Student Government Representative 43 Inter-Fra- ternity Council 43 Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4Q Social Acti- vities Club.3,4. aim S Catherine 4Maria Donchezrf V B:A-.1 1- isaciology Qx1pha"iipSi15n . Pie W 1,2Q3,4g- Kappa DeltaVEpsilong Social' Activities Comniittee 3,43 United Student ,Government Representative' '15 VCOMEN-v IAN 1. l, , V -- j Dauid' Eugene Doncsecz it . BLS. Q, ' U ,K Biology Y. Tau 'Kapliaflpsilong Rho" MQ: 'K ' pha ,Upsilon 1,43 Spelunkers Y , ff Richard Francis Doncllez BLA. Modern Languages Tau 'Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4g Po- litical Activities Club 1,2g Archaeology Club 1,2,3. ' l'Griffith' pudding U ' 1BtA. A E English Intramural ,Softball '33 Intraf mural-'Football 2,5 "Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4gVAlpha Psi Omega 4j."1?i- Delta Epsilon 4g Tri! angle, Honor Society V3,4g Who's Who in American Colleges and :Universities 45 United Student- ,Government Student 'Union Committee' 3, 4,3 ,United Student' Govern- ment Student Concertfliec- tune Committee 313 Class'Vice- President 2Q3'3SComenian 'liiti ' 'etary Society 3.5, Secretary 43 Blackfriars 1,25 President 3g 43 MANUSCRIPT 1,2,3g':Edi- tort 4g COMENIAN '1',2, ' ' Qi Uainiinet Ai enemies-,lat 'U .f,! ' , Omicron yG'a11i-l'm.n, Omega 2,3,4g Varsity, f'M1f,Clnhj3g4g Football '1g lviaqager - 253,4'. B.S.j Q A !'N' Physies Cross,-Country '2 g "Tau Kaiypa Epsilon :2,3g -Chaplain-144: Rho Alpha .Upsilon.l,2,3g4g Classf' United Student 'Goyernnient Representative , 2,35 Bland 15 Treasurer 25 Pfesident 3. Ralpipnrederiiqig'Dewalt I -,' 1, ' ff W ,.1.." -1zMifhael Cfl-lADemY4'?wlFe.l -. Bgs., Qliepnist-ry -- t F110flillihaftUiiSil6n"'334eiEBind . f--' ,' :,, . j-.- - 515 DQdgsoxi5eilgn.g.4t BTS, tiv. 5 f ' Q? it f fMf-lihemzitics Iiifeaer 5e. Wien mf cel e Judith Ann Frederick B.S. Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon, Trea- surer 4: Campus Christian Association. Peter L. French B.A. History Tennis 4-g Football, Manager lg Triangle Honor Society, President 4: Permanent 'Elec- tions Committee, Chairman 25 Social Activities. Commit.- tee, Chairman 39 United Stu- dent Gov'rnment, Vice-Presi- dent 33 President 45 Cheer- leader 2,35 Choir 2,3,4. ii Jolm Michael Freiler B.S. ' Biology Sigma Phi Ollleflilg Vice- President 35 Sergeant-ab Arms 4g Elections Commit- teeg Rho Alpha Upsilong Po- litical Activities Club. Karl Kenneth Freudenherger B.S. Business Administration Basketball lg Omicron Gam- ma Omega 2,3,4. Herman Theodore Encke B.S. Biology Tau, Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4g Cross-Country 45 Rho Alpha Upsilon. Charles Wesley Fishel, Sr. B.A. English Pi Mu l,'2,3,4g Religious Acti- vities Committee .33 Black- friars 25 Choir l,2g Band 1. Anna Margaret Farkas B.A. History Kappa Delta Epsilon 4: Po- litical Activities Club l,'2,3,4. Ronald John! Fradenecki B.S. Physics Inter-Fraternity Bowling 3 In- tramural Footballg Intramur- al Softballg Sigma. Phi Ome- ga 43 Veterans' Association. .P dl? 000' ' -llama-is' AI-iibbliiiqirili , .1 1 ,,,James1Gardner. V , f f ' f' Qalbrww' ' Qjfjx ' B.Sg'B'usiness, Administration' B.A. , F , ' I' Sociology 3 f ".' -Y 1 A' '. ' ' ,. f , , ' 'I 1 Q. i . Z Q Y: , ..4- .QQE - V. . - V 5 , 7 I Y in . Rho' 'Alpha -'Upsilon -,,, -2,Q,4'gQ Kappa Phil Kappa 4,3 Nations b - H al ,SpelddlogilxallKSo6iety5'1,2SR ' 'gi ' MENS ' Dbrmifbry 2 ' .C0F1i1Ci12gw ir Chaifnian ' , , ' AAlLledmfd'A?1,G?il15'?T1f f1".loaf1f,Elaine'jBoi'i16rIGern6rt.- 2 , K Bfsg Busihess Alliniliistxlaltioni 5"B.S.f-i'tElenisntary, Education A .Epsimii "-q F' fKapija,De1r5l"Epsi10n 3,49 Wil' .P M W fl . 4 V Auf . Sandra Lee ,Getter ' mf -Nursing b A -Richard A..,Gi1jardA, 1 V ' f English Girls' Basketball 4g Phi Mu ' V Epsilon 3,45 Political Activi- lties Club, lSec19etary 4g 'Rho 'Alpha Upsilong Women's" Athletic Asslociationg 1 COME- NIAN. A - f ., f V Constance. Elaine' Glagola B.A.i',Y ' ' gEnglish' 'N 'Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,43 Kap4 Delta Epsilon 4. , 5 ' Rdhert Gohdes: 1 BQA: 'Y f 'Giensral Stutliss Intramural Football 1,145 In- tramural , Basketball N, I,253,4 5 Pi ,Mu .1Q2,3g P1-esidentj, 4g Blackfriiars. ' V' ' i V 3 Anime Goldberg B.A. , History Sigma Phi Omega. Arthur Michael Guerrieri B.S. Business Education Intramural Softballg Intra- mural Footballg Epsilon Beta Alphag Kappa Phi Kappa, Secretary 43 Veterans' As- sociation. Richard Harvey Gross B.S. .Mathematics Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,35 'Wrestling 2,3,43 Cross-Coun- try 3,43 Indoor Track 43 Var- sity "M" Club3 Kappa Phi Kappa. Carol Mae Hahn B.S. Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,45 Modern Language Club 2,3. gif Ky flee MW wife!! Audrey Ellen Hair B.A. English Alpha Epsilon Pig Zeta Phi Eta: Alpha Psi Omega: Blackfriarsg Political Activi- ties Club3 International Re- lations Club. - James Edward Harkel B.A. Sociology ,Golf 3,43 Intramural Bowl- ing3 Intramural Basketballg Sigma Phi Omegag Kappa Phi Kappag Band 1,2Q Vice- President 33 President 43 Varsity "M" Club 4. Robert R. Haney -B.S. Business Administration Football 4g Tau Kappa Epsi- long Epsilon Beta Alphag Varsity "M" Club 4. I - 'Faith' Audrey Hartman B.S. Pre-Medical ,Tennis Team 23 Phi Mu Epsi- lon 1,2,3,43 United Student G o v e r n m e n t Convocation Committee 33 Rho Alpha Up- silon 1,2,3,43 Modern Langu- age Club 2,3. ' ,John :Norman Hauser' A B.A. ' , History, ' , ' Moravian Grotto, ,,Co5Found- er, Treasurer" 1,23 COMEN- IAN 15 Rho Alpha 'Upsilon 3g Blackfriars -1,251 Campus Christian ' Association! ' 1,2g President 3,45 Political Acti- vities Club 2: Archaeology ClubI3. . at f E LeonardY,K. Heffner I' -A B.A. ,A - j 1' 'Histiory Pi Mug Campus Christian Asf sociation. 3 Q f V Marvin T. Heckman B.S. Business .Administration Epsilon Beta Alpha Treasur- 'ii 'vii El"4i'i,, ' N 7 A 'Y Anthony 'Henitst 1 , B.A.' 1 Q l A ' . History Political Activities Ciub. A iff Deborah Evelyn Herald ' Certificate V -V Secretarial Studies Phi Mu -'Epsilon 2,35 'Kappa Delta E silon 23' Ma'orette ' P , , A J 1,25 Head Majorette 3g Man- ager Girls"'l'ennis Team' 25 BENIGNA, Copy :Editor 3. . William Roy Hershey B.S. Business Administration ,Ornicron Gamma Omega 2,3, 45' Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3gV Most Valuable Player 4. , Lucille.Hoba.r- ' V ' A iReuel Hodes' 1 Certificate 1 . V A Business Administration K. Secretarial Studies. .. II Wow! Joseph John Iampietro B.S. Elementary Education Football 1,2,33 lntramural Footbfallg Intramural Basket- ballg Intramural Softballg Omicron Gamma Omeg'a 2,3, 43 Kappa Phi-Kappa, Histor- ian 33 Vice-President 43 Vet- erans' Association. 1 Paul L. Kadas ' B.S. Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alpha 33 Vice- President 43 Board of Publi- cationsg COMENIAN 3,42 Veterans' Association. Wa Joseph John Jardot B.S. ' Mathematics Basketball, Assistant Mana- ger 13 Intramural Volleyball 2,33 Intramural Softball 13 Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2, 3,4Q Kappa Phi Kappa 3,43 Veterans' Association 23 Vice-President 33 President 43 Social Activities Commit- teeg President Freshman Class. Stephen C. Kalamar, Jr. B.S. Business Administration Inter - Fraternity Bowlingg Inter-Fraternity Basketball3 Inter - Fraternity Baseballg Omicron Gamma Omega 2g Secretary 3,43 Veterans' As- sociation 1,21 'Treasurer 3g Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4. 'Beverly House Certificate , . Secretarial -Studies James.Joseph Houser B.S. ' ' 'Pre-Medical Tennis 13 Wrestling 13'Cross- Country 23 Tau Kappa Ep-, silong Rho Alpha Upsilon, Treasurer 43 COMENIAN' lg Band 1,2. Mary Theresa Hummel Barbara' Kay Hunsicker B.A. Sociology B.S. Elementary Education Alpha -Epsilon .Pi3 Kappa ' Delta Epsilon. , , 7 A 'Qlane'MCMurray-Kelli' A Bs, -'Elementary fsdiieafionj A Hockey 1g"Kappar Delta 'Epsis ,lon 253,43 .Alpha Epsilon KPi,f Recording '," Secretary- 2: 3,4: Spelunker's Club, ,Secretary 1,2g W omen's' Athletic Assoc- iation, Secretary ,lg - ' Q, - E I efJa1iefAim',Kgog,h A ' 'B,S. , lmmqmhqematics Alpha ,Epsilon Pi'2,3,4g Inter! Sororityf Council 3 43" Kappa Delta Epsilon' 13,45 Student- Faculty' Conyocation Commit? tee' '4g Class J Treasurer..'2 3' 79, 'C William Keller BQS. Business Administration Tau' Kappa Epsilon'3,4g Tri- angle -Honor Society 45 Dis- ciplinary Committee' 4. Q ,Robert William Kern BQS. ,Pre-Medical lntrarnural Baseball 3,4g 'In- tramural Basketball 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,35 Indoor Track' A 2,3,4g, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4-g Archaeology Club 31 Var- CIass5,Secretary 4, sity"'M" Club 2,3,4'g,Rho Al- r -K ' 'V V f , - v V pha Upsilon 2,3g Vice-Presi- ' A 1 ' A A dent 4, CQMENIANN3. V " ,Joan Knepper I Certificate , , , H ' 'Secretarial Studies Robert J. Labdikl K- B.A. English Inter-Fraternity Bowling 3,45 Inter-Fraternity Football 3, 45 ,Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4. , James E. Kovacs B,S., Business Administration 'Golf' 2,3,4g. Epsilon Beta A1- phag, Veterans' Association, Varsity "M" Club' 1,2,4. K A Dolores 'Maria Lang' , B.A, 'Q German Basketball 2,3 5 'Baseball 3g Phi Mu EpsilonA2,3g President 4s Inter-Sorority Council '43 ,Choir 25 Treasurer 35 45 Band 1,23 Librarian ,3g Choir En- semble ,3,4g, Junior - Class Sec- retary. Frances Courtney LeTowt B.A. 3- c -f English Alpha Epsilon Pi3 Homecom- mg C0lIl'i1'1,2g Queen 4. ' Fred Lipari . B-A. . A History Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2, 3,41 United Student Govern- ment Vice-President 3g Foot- ball 1,2,33 Captain 43 Inter- Fraternity Council. ' Charles H. Lindner, ,Jr. B.S. Business Administration Intramural Football 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 3,43 Intramural- Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,23 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,33 Secretary 4g Ep- silon Beta Alpha. Gilbert J. Lopez B.S. Elementary Education 'Omicron Gamma Omega 3,4Q Political Activities Club, Vice-President 13 Varsity "'M" Club 2,3,4Q Veterans' As- sociation 2,33 Kappa Phi Kappa 1,2,33 Secretary 43 Basketball, -Manager 1. flffdlgl' deaf lbw? W' , Constantine Loupos B.A. General Studies John Joseph Marth B.S. Co-Operative Engineering Sigma Phi Omega. Beverly Luzietti B.A. English Swimming 13 Basketball 2, 33 Softball 2,33 Phi Mu Epsi- lon 1,2,3,43 Inter-Sorority Council, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Alpha Psi Omega 43 Tri, angle Honor Society 33 Sec- retary 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities 43 Women's Council ' 1,2 3 Woman's Activities Committee 43 United Student Government Finance Com- mittee 33 Comenian Literary Society 3 3' President 43 Choir 1,23 Business Manager 3,41 Blackfriars 13 Treasurer 2,33 MANUSCRIPT 3,4. James Thomas Martin B.A. Sociology Intramural Footballg Intra- mural Basketball3 Intramur- al Softballg Inter-Fraternity Bowling3 Inter - Fraternity Basketball3 Inter-Fraternity Softball 3 Tau Kappa Epsilong Kappa Phi KBDDRQ Alpha Phi Omegag Senior Class Vice- Presidentg Veterans' Assoc- iation,' Secretary-Vice-Presb dent 3g Secretary 4. i 'Ziff MW rpTlikm5aSp:pvQg'e'M5Hngh p Myr0H' hmeinerei Meii1icke,'Qir.' P NB.A. -- 5 I IPI-listoryh ' ' Business Administration .Kappa Phi' Kappaf 'I 5 2 ' Oniieron' Galiiilan, 051982 C42 ' ' ' A - f ' Alpha 'Phi Omega, Founder 4g . , , r K , ,Epsi1olr'BVeta1Alpqlia 2,3,4. B5nj'51qigi,Ligy,h5n .'- Q' 'vA f Aunepepscaagfmeriggi' f T B.A. 1 ijlqlibstoryi-' B.s. 1 -V j . ' p l Omieroifr" G'aiiin1a h' Cogilpeiative Engineering Intramural Basketballillgzlnf " ' ' ' 1 P ' traniulral 1fFootball: ' V fl at Henry E. May,'Jr. I 1 .B.A. -Y ' English' Pi Mu. , , 4 Francis ,CQ McFadden '- B.S. Business Administration EpsilonfBeta Alpha.. V q Joanne Mazur ' B.S. Business' Education Alpha Epsilon Pi ily -Cor- responding ' 'Secretary' 23 Treasurer 3g 'President 4g Kappa 'Delta -Epsilon 3,4: Women's Activities : Commit- tee 35 Elections ,Committee 25 Clerk: 35 Interf-Sorority' Council, President- 4: " V Mary- Lou Clewell McGinley B.A. W - A . 'Sociology Cheerleader 2,3ej Alpha Epsi- lon Pi- 1,-2gV Vice-President 3 5 43 Triangle Honor' Societyi 3, .45 Who's Who! in American Colleges and Universities 4g United' Student Government, Secretary 23 Blackfriars 2,3, 434Class, Secretary-52. ' 'K A p op l in 05' 6017 06139. . . l Kenneth Calvin Nicholas, Jr. ' - iPaul Francis Noonan . B.S. Business Administration - B.A. ' History Veterans" Association 1,2g Treasurer, 3343 Epsilon Beta AIPMI314- E 4 -A A Basketball 1,2z3,4g Omicron Gamma Omega: Kappa Phi Kappag Varsity "M" Clubg 'Inter-Fraternity Council 35 United ,Student Government Representative 3,43 Football, Most Valuable Player 4. p Football l,2,3g Captain '45 Basketball 1' Intramural n Francis J. Otto Tom Douglas Owens B.S. Business Administration B.S. Business Administration' Veterans' Association 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha. I Epsilon Beta Alphag Kappa, Phi Kappa 4. George F. Metzgar E A Gale Miller l B.S. Business Administration Certificate' '- . ' I H Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,45 Vet- ecretnal Studies erans' Association 1,2,3,4. 4 Phi Mu- Epsilon 1g Corre- N . p sponding Secretary 2. Edward J. Muscavage Theodore Henry Neidengard B.S. Business Administration B.S. Biology Epsilon Beta Alphag Veter- Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4g ans, Association. Rho Alpha Upsilon 2,35 Pres- V ident 4. ' - li. Ernest- Qlifappajohn "gf X ' Business ,Administration Inter-Fraternity' .'Basketball'g' Inter-Fraternity :Baseballg In- ter-Fraternity Footballg Tau Kappa Epsilon, 'Treasurer 23 n3,4g Epsilon ,sera 'Alpwhage pi Q Delta f'Epsilon', Vice-President fig' Sigma Alphag ,Tri-' angle Honor H,Society, fVice'f President '4 gr, E BEN1G,NA sg 3 l Veterans' Association' 2,3,4. V Harriet Louise Peters' 1 wi11iami',fPg1'zm5n U . B.S. Business 'Adniinistration ' Mary Alffriemer B.AQ, T, 4,-English' 'V-,Certificafe l 'I h .r Alphahqgpsilqn, ,Pin +1,2,3,4.g, T ' S?Cf?taf!al.Sfl!d1QS up Socials Activitiesf Cominitteel -jAlpha Epsilon Pif2. Y 33 'ChoirH1,253,4'5, Band' L2. V '.', E ,V., 1- - H ' V .V K-Eraneis Wgflfoilzeij ' l ' A e -fQlos'eph:'LQ Poyvlette Q 'B.A. 1 I 5 Mathematics B.Sr 1 Physics Omicron 'Gamma 'Omega 2,3g Pledgemaster' 43. Kappa - Phi Kappa, 33 Publicity 43 Bas- ketball T1,2g Mostf Valuable Player. 3,4g' Golf 1g2,3.g 'Most Valuable 'Player 43 Rh0rA1pha Upsilon- 3,4 5- Intramural ,Footy ball 3,4g IntramuralfGolf 1,' 2,3,4g Basketballg, Captain -43 BENIGNA, 4, h ' ' Eleanor June Rellinghaus B.S. Elementary .Education Hockey 15 Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3g4gY Kappa Delta Epsilon, President 43- Women's Dorm- ' Kitory 'Councili'2gV Secretary 33 ' , ModernjLangua'ge3 Club 3,4. .i Y -Sigma Phi Omega, Presidentn 4,3 lYho's Whoin American Colleges and Universities '43 f,'1Trianglef Honor, Societyg kln- ter-Fraternvity Couneilg Band 3 'Rhoi.Alpha 'Upsilonr fr g ,i Margaret: IA., llqemaly BgS.2 I , fjNursirigi Ilh,o1Alpha Upsilon. lf. 1. ,Q ' fl 'Ilga Pauline Rupjais B.A. - German Richard R. Ruth, Jr. B.A. Sociology? Cheerleader 2,3,43 Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3Q Trea- surer 43 Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 43 Alpha Phi Omega, Found- er 43 Dormitory Council, Vice-President 33 Grotto 1,23 COMENIAN lg BENIGNA lg Mu Sigma Sigma, Founder 4. 3 Robert C. Russoli B.S. 3 Biology Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2, 3,43 Golf- 43 Rho Alpha Up- silon 3,42 Intramural Foot- ball 1,2,3,43 Intramural-Bas- kethall 3,43 Intramural Golf 3,4. 7 Gene" Charles Salay B.A. A Sociology Golf 1,2,3,43 Intramural Golf 1,2,3,43 Intramural Football- 2,3,43 Intramural Bowling 3, 43 Omicron Gamma Omega 13 Secretary 23 Vice-President 3g President 43 Kappa Phi Kappa 43 Mu Sigma Sigma, Founder 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities 43 Elections Com- ,mittee 2g ,Chairman 33 Soph- omore Class President3 Var- sity "M" Club 2,3,43 ,Veter- ans' Association 1,2,33 Socio- logy Club 23 Triangle' Honor Society 3g President 43 COM- ENIAN 13 Feature Editor" 2, 3,43 BENIGNA, Sports' Edi- tor 33 Associate Editor 43 Pi Delta Epsilon 2,3,4. I hmm' fa David Allen Schattschneider B.A. ' English Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent 33 President 43 Tau Kap- pa 'Epsilon3 Pi Mug Sigma Phi Alphag Triangle Honor Societyg Who's Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universi- ties 43 Board of Publlicationsg Freshmen Orientation Com- mittee3'Campus Christian As- sociationg Choirg ' B a n d 3 COMENIAN 2,3Q Editor 4. David Seidenberger ur George Stamatios Scoufalos B.A. 'V History Kappa Phi Kappa 3,45 Poli- tical Activities Club 1,2,3,43 International Relations Club 1,2,3,43 Classics,Club -1. Donald F. Serfass B.S. Business Administration B.S. Business AdminiSh'i1ti0l1 Epsilon Beta Alpha3 Veter- Tau Kappa Epsilong Epsilon ans' Association, Treasurer 4. ' Beta Alpha, Secretary 4. ,f J MM A Y George"-Eaten, Sites' vi BLS. Business Admqinistrationhr Intramural. Football , 1,2,3,4g Intramural Basketball 1,2g3, 45 Intramural 'Softball 1,2,3, 43 ,Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4g German ,Club 43 COMENIAN 45 Men's Dormito1fyqCouncil 4. ' David nusmith. S B.S., f ' Y Biology- '1 A 'V.. 1 flohn'..l.,SlavicsV' A K- B.s. ' f Biology - ,',Rho 'Alpha Upsilonq- , V Y X A ' 'George,iR.,Sopl1y, ' BA. f ' Sociology' Pi' Mu gn Religiouse Activities, Committeleg- 'Veterans' AS- Sociationge' Sociological Socie- tyg-Mu.Sig1na' Sigmag Found- er 4.. 1 J EaStburn 'Herbert 'David R. Shetjlnan H A Shelley' Jr' ' eB.A. 'Q P' General Studies. B'A' h ' K English Q 'Yetetansl Association. i Ralph Lyle Shields ' B.S. -V , PreQMedical . Rho Alpiha Upsilon 43 Choir, Vice-President 33 President 4. K V. ' HoWa14tl.Micl1ael Siglag- I B.S. 'l j -Pre-Medical E 'Omicron 'Gamma Omega 1,2, 3,49 Political Activities Clubg Modern' Language Club g F Rho Alpha UpsilonigfNChoir' 1,2,3,4Kg WMUZM S azifziee - Patricia A. Thornton B.A. . . Sociology Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,43,-Kap- 'pa 'Delta Epsilon, Secretary 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities3 Religious Activities Commit- tee3 United Student Govern- ment Representative 345 Mu Sigma Sigma, Founder 4. Stephen Viglione 4 A B.AQ f Sociology Football 13 Wrestling 2,33 Intramural Football 2g Omi- cron ,Gamma Omega3 Kappa Phi Kappa, Treasurer 3,43 ,Archaeology Clubg Varsity "M" Club 2,3,43 Mu Sigma Sigma, 'Founder 4. 'Nancy Baker Traubiti Y B.A. N English Alpha Psi Omega 4g Pi Delta Epsilon 3,43 Triangle Honor -Society 2,3,43 Phi Mu Epsi- lon 2,3,43 Who's Who in American Colleges, and Uni- versities 43 Blackfriarsflg Secretary 23' 33 43 BENIGNA 1,23.Editor 3g COMEN-IAN 1, 2,3,43 MANUSCRIPT 1,2,3,4. Patti Jane .Vincent I B.Sl Elementary Education Alpha Epsilon Pig Kappa Del- ta Epsilong Choir 1,2Q C0- MENIAN 1. ' Loraine Dale Stewart B.S. 'Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 3g Vice- President 43 Band- 13 Secre- tary 2g 3g Choir 2. William Tattersall B.S. Co-Operative 'Engineering Veterans' -Association 2,35 President 4. George Edward Streubert B.S.' Biology 4 lntramural 'Basketball 1,2,3Q Intramural Football A 2,32 In- tramural'Softball ll,2j Omi- cron Gamma Omega 2,3,43 Rho Alpha l Upsilon 1,2,3,43 Modern Language Club' 2. Dora May Thomas X B.A. ' English Hockey 13 Soccer 23 Softball l,,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 W'o- men's Athletic Association lg Secretary 2,33 Phi Mu Epsi- lon l3'Recording Secretary 23 Vice-President 33 4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,43 Triangle Honor Society 23 Secretary- Treasurer 3,4j Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- xversities 4g ' Class Vice-Presi- dent lg Women's' Council, Treasurer 13 Secretary 23 Wo- men's Activities Committee, Clerk 3g Chairman 43',United Student Government Finance Committee 235 Comenian Lit- erary Society' 3g Vice-Presi- dent 43 Choir 1,21 Secretary 33 43 Choir Ensemble 2,3,4Q Band 1,2,33 Miss Moravian 4. K oseph Q 1 B.A.. -AV' p.History Theodore. Edward ' Wiiaies pf' r B.A.' .- ' . Pbiimigal-'s.qience. . Intramural Footliallf 1,21j'InQ tramural . Basketball j1,2,4Vg Intramural, Softball -25' Pi 'Mu' 2g ' Secretary' 3-9 Chaplain 45 'r Rolierr vnlka C Q ' - 'l'- X 4 4 Q A' Biology. 'l'fau'Kappa Epsilon 2,33 Presf. 4- ,- ident 4 Rho Al ha U silon H. S ' ' P . P ' ' ,43f.Varsity "M" i.Club 3,4g' ' Gulf 2,3,4g ,Baskgrba11 1,2. ,ierryl Ii. Witbro .5 1 B.A.-' Q A i ' English f ,Triangle Honor Society -49 ' .Pi Delta Epsilon 2.3,4g Pi Mu 1,2g Sr1eretar'y 3g.United ,Stu- dent Gojrernment Representa- Triangle .Honor"Soci,etyf-:2Q35A Q tive '4g,-BENIGNA, lg2,3. Q. 43 Wh0's.,WhO',LiH Amierican' V. ' P 1 ' 4 4 Colleges and Universities. 4g -. - ' . I f Freshman. Class, 'Secretaryg Political 'Act'ivitiesiClub, 2,45 f International bneiapionsn' Club 4g Campus Christian Associafg V tion 1,2g 5COMENIAN.,1...,- Mem mmf Colleen Judith .Workman C e . Howard' E.fYefr4r' 'L Q-B.S'.' Elementary Education . B.A. C . Q , C Sociology Phi Mu Epsilon 23.43 Kappa Veterans' 'Association 1Q2,3,4g ' ' Delta Epsilon 3Q4'g' Band"1,2. ' Mu Sigma' Sigma, Founder 4. Jane Catherine' Ziegenfuss ' 1B,A. I ' Englishsq f 4 Alpha sspsilfm -Pi' 2g3,4eg Kap- ' pa -Delta Epsilon 4. ' , ,Y V ,Phyllis Diaine Zwarych , K Bs. 2 ' .Biology Basketball 'l,2,4'g: Soccer '23 Baseball- l,2,3,4g 'Phi Mu 'Ep- silon .l gi Corresponding Secrei tary 23' Treasurer 3g fl: R-ho' Alpha ,Upsilon 3,4 3 ' Elections Committee of United' Student Government 3,4g,..Disciplinary Committee 3: Ch0irflg2g Band lg2g Women's' .Athletic Asf sociatiori ylg. 'Treasurer 2: Viceglfresikdent 3 g' President 4. NON-PICTORIALS John Borlodan B.A. I History g John Martin Collins B.A. English Shirley Dalrymple B.S. ' Nursing K ', Jean V. Meixsell' 5 B.S. Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon. Michael Darby Radley B.A. English. Robert McCoy Rierson B.A. ' English Pi Mu 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,4. Robert Milton Daneker B.A. English Francis Alfred Duckworth B.A. History Intramural Baseball 2,35 In- tramural Footballg Intramur- al Basketball 35 Omicron Gamma Omega 3,45 Political Activities Club 2. Larry Herbert Fatzinger B.S. Business Administration Sigma Phi Omega 2,35 Trea- surer 45 Intramural Football 3,4. 5 Earl P. Heckman B.S. Business Administration Francis J. Heinrich B.A. English James Howell B.S. , Co-Operative Engineering Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2, 3,4. James Sinnwell B.S. Business Administration Paul Edward Starner It B.A. V History Sigma Phi .. Omega. 2,3,45 COMENIAN 2,3. Charles H. Watson B.A. History Omicron Gamma Omega 2,35 President 45 Political Activi- ties Club 3,45 International ,Relations Club 3,4. Edward J. Korpics B.S. Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alpha 35 Pres- ident 4. Francis J. Korpics B.A. English ' I Barry Kratz B.S. Co-Operative Engineering Treasurer, John Casey, Jr. WHO'S WHO I AMERIC COLLEGES A D UNI ERSITIES SEATED: Beverly Luzietti, Nancy Baker Traubitz, Pa- ette, Gene Salay, 'Theodore Wilde, Charles Bartolet, Grif- tricia Thornton, Dora Thomas, Mary Lou Clewell McGin- fith Dudding, Peter French. ley. STANDING: David Schattschneider, Joseph Powel- CLASS OFFICER LEFT T0 RIGHT: James Martin-Vice-Presb dent, William Keller--President, Jane Keogh- -4 5535 M3524 " ,- Q ,, n f. -. 4 Q 5 ' :Ie , I H , 311 , x gig Zi! E Q Q? , . 'ii J. .I 5' V ,132 if 1 ,L Y .V Y'-V r l V-L , U I , I I ,ALE I I ii I 'H' if J el , w-n..:e-L, Til". X ' i1:'11"'A ixam-sr., 5 ' 1,1 ' . 8 ' 1 r IS I fi SIT' 9 fill ' , .Y W M, Hg Q' Seniors listen to Dr. Hau- ' pert as he reads a pass- ' age from the Scriptures. Dr. W. Eastwood of the First Presbyterian Church in Allentown was the main speaker. The seniors leaving Central Moravian Church after the service Dr. Alan F4 H rr, Marshal, leads the Senior 'Class toward Eihei Central Moravian Church for the annual Baccalaureate Service. V Dr. Heil.-leads the senior: processiontto .JohnstonYHall. V b AA'f gh L' e 1 - .f,' 73 The 1 Moravian ,College Choir' presents three se-' letitions 'as a--highlight ,of the 'commencement exe!- cisesg - A A 2 One hundred, and sixty-two seniois await' t the greatest moment of their lives. X - f ,A lf. f' m lx t Nancy Baker Traubitz, graduate summa cum laude, receives her degree from Dr. Haupert. North Carolina's Governor L. H. Hodges speaks to the graduates on "The, Responsi- bilities of the College Graduate for Par- ticipation in Political Life." Graduates, their parents, and friends enjoy refreshments after the commencement exercises. SS MORAV AN 5535? X--'f V- A, ,rs- Q 2, A 'M' ,Fir -W , ,AWK F g Y-, vu, ,Aw .9 ?l2Q,if,w 3 A ,,. f, xv .-:XJ rl. 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Realizing the solemnity and difficul- ties of their calling, Our Seminarians en- gage in three additional years of study here at the Moravian Theological Semin- ary in order to insur-e their success and competency as ministers of the Moravian Church. EMI r 1 .. .. A Mx, ROGER D. KIMBALL Bachelor of Divinity , , iii R . 1 :N .. " Q? ... .. .W . . Qs. ... ' ...Keg za... " uw 1122552 ..,iry. E -i ESL .sri Hal if ii 3.1 N w.Q"'i'3gkh . Pigggi .. .. w 1 ,N uggs.. ' ,LRE AR Y ..uV..w ' z .- .Y , A Y :zijn .. 1,-Lg:-: ' 'Q ' .ii i ' . . "i5:F.f':'5!1"' Q -' .wfuffxzi- .:.. " 5. :qi g .3 3'. -. 711' fu -f - L-. N151 " rfxgflv -VT 114: 'aswaiillgl I. .1-,'?'12i':gH: 5: 115- 2 H' 1 if " ff' .1 1 wif- Qi 'fg f.-f..g-,fxjqig-. . ' WV ,a3 f154:..7gg, ,, .. -will .':'.,MfS' Q 'vl 1: :Jr "iw M4'f"' 5 EH . ' 5, -1 5' ,ff - l v f' , ..., Q .fx M14 1.. vi RICHARD W. KOHL V Bachelor of Divinity wi....Q.......fi?iEQ iii 1 'W V ,, fm Nw .H .H .. .. Us ss I-.'w."..."'.. gig, mmm 24.23 . , X 1. ,:.....w J ww if lrwzmv . , f .AN .Pig ' N . P .. ....Ma.. ....." ' A wh:-1, Qu, 1 was FW. V. ' 'gfgwv L. ... ... H: Y 4.,A..umifL. FREDERICK L. MORGENSTERN RICHARD SPLIES Bachelor of Divinity Bachgflor of Divillity 196 iv I . A ., V 'Fw W W ' ' --.r it 3 f-'v A 1 "5 A . X H N fi! r- .I A , ,., Q , ,, f -x . 7 I X ' 1 ' - X Y 'M V L ' ,,x, ' A uwzv, 'L l ' ' I 'W . " , ' -B ' " ' ' Ni A ' , ' H .M '- 1 - - i I i .Jo A THOMAS F. PRESLEY DONALD A. WENZEL Bachelor of Divinity , Bachelor of Divinity r., 4 w T I , 7.4 I +1 i , 1 -iq GWYNED WILLIAMS RICHARD E. WRIGHT Bachelor of Divinity Bachelor of Divinity 197 5 2 w 1 ffww x I .. s ' ,,'.:1,,, ' " Kgf'f1i',w11 'Y X X H - w, ,qw , 1-15.5. fr 1 i1 A O W . 4 M X w N...,,-ar-"""' ' L.-Q me QQ W, ,,, d ' ' 1 1 ' ww, 47,1 2?-'31 X HQ 5 , CO CEME 1' -ff- MEX President Raymond S. Haupert presents Roger Kimball, honor graduate, with his degree. 198 Marshal Heller leads the sem- inary processional. The pillar of strength 1 , fir ,Q Graduates enjoy refreshments after the commence ment exercises. if ,X ,sux ,,.,- Z' 2' l 3 - 2 6 Z' Z' 5- EE -, N,.-..-. ...Y.,., ...-- .... --,,, ..i,- 521 ev- .--.-Q 1-fuse.-.,,., CL.AUSE'S RESTAURANT 627 Main Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania THE MAPLES 260 E. Broad Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania P. A. KNAUSS LAUNDERETTE ,429 E. Broad Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania PQTTIER'S GULF SERVICE STATION New St. and Elizabeth Ave Bethlehem, Pennsylvania POTT'S COLLEGE SHOP lO32 Main Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania I 1115 f :I - , l f 59: "5 Q 44 W. Laurel Street V K . i- " W-:FH 1,1 ll " fr l?" 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MARVIN MERIN for his excellent senior portraits and truly necessary advice MRS. KATHRYN LANE BEAUPRE for her help and co- operation with publicity materials MR. ROBERT P. SNYDER for supplying some vital photographs the ADMINISTRATORS for releasing information valu- able to this yearbook the FACULTY MEMBERS for bearing with class inter- ruptions when group pictures were being taken MR. CARL CHAMBERS for photographing the organiza- tional group pictures 206 EDWARD BORGER and THE COMENIAN for lending this publication several photographs MR. MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM for skillfully photograph- ing the athletic teams the BETHLEHEM BUSINESSMEN for advertising in the BENIGNA the DELMAR PRINTING COMPANY for a fine publi- cation the i960 BENIGNA STAFF but especially GENE SALAY for being an excellent Senior Associate Editor and the STUDENT BODY for their cooperation in building "Our Universal Brotherhood in Miniature" The Eclitor Edward Raymond Albertson 451 Locust Road Hellertown, Pennsylvania Anthony Thomas Bartolacci 49 Fox Street Phillipsburg, New Jersey Charles Elsworth Bartolet, Jr. 1136 Lehigh Street Easton, Pennsylvania Jean Harriet Bassford 24 Academy Road H Morris Plains, New Jersey Frances Grace Becker 1307 Main Street . Hellertown, Pennsylvania Lois Ann Behler 429 Williams Street Easton, Pennsylvania Victor Berger, Jr. Carter Road Butztown, Pennsylvania Rudolph C. Blomstrom 1422 Maple Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Nancy Ann Boerstler 145 Belvidere Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Edward A. Burger Route No. 1, Box 241 Northampton, Pennsylvania John Borlodan 2314 Easton Avenue Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Nancy Bellach Bowman 226 Northampton Street Hellertown, Pennsylvania ' Patricia Ann Boyle R.D. 2 Northampton, Pennsylvania John F. Casey, Jr. 34 East Lehigh Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Richard S. Casey 54 East North Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Ronald Cavanagh 38 Wolverine Street Staten Island 6, New York Richard Virgil Chergey 304 Georgia Avenue Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Gail Ellen Clader 271 Sixth Street Fullerton, Pennsylvania Robert Francis Clark 135 Roessler Street Boonton, New Jersey Ronald J. Colfer 427 North Arch Street Allentown, Pennsylvania John Martin Collins 1434 Center Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Russell R. Conover 940 Central Avenue Alpha, New Jersey Shirley Dalrymple Fogelsville, Pennsylvania Robert Milton Daneker R.D. I Palmerton, Pennsylvania Dawn Dangler 406 Keystone Avenue Fullerton, Pennsylvania James W. 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Haney 719 Front Street Hellertown, Pennsylvania James Edward Harkel 1175 Arcadia Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Faith Audrey Hartman 426 Florida Avenue Fullerton, Pennsylvania John Norman Hauser 19 East 72nd Street New York City 21, New Yo Earl P. Heckman 1938 Fairview Avenue Easton, Pennsylvania Marvin T. Heckman 211 South Main Street Nazareth, Pennsylvania Leonard K. Heffner 19 East Depot Street Hellertown, Pennsylvania Francis J. Heinrich 1280 Woodbine Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Anthony Henits 477 East Tenth Street Northampton, Pennsylvania Deborah E. Herold 839 Radclyffe Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania William Roy Hershey 315 Laurel Avenue Lititz, Pennsylvania Lucille Hobar R.D. No. 20 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Reuel L. 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Moravian College - Benigna Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

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Moravian College - Benigna Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

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