Moravian College - Benigna Yearbook (Bethlehem, PA)

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' ' ' L-' 1, ,g- ' -M rv 4"'1'-ff"t':v"-!-Mir'.' -' ' 1' 1' , I , I , y,---,V--v,,-, A .f H- -I' -, ., I- I- ' , - " LII , iI:r.:,-,,,'- ' ' fx L 3 f - , '- IK WH- I., I--I V' -,: " TI-"'IQ..'i'H' ' v ' Mm' V' ' ' ' . i.,'4I rf' 'I',! W., L.III -IV I - '. II .-.i:..:.j,.IIIIII I, 1- I - I -I: ,. ' J . , ' -f,1, f.'.I ' I ' '--SII' -'H - ' U! I ... "M 'I" ,, -,I '. - 4" '4' - 1 I f ' " . I .I I I' - I 1 II . .I V W 'I , X 4- . . . f J. Y, I , ,I .Z I1' - I- ' I r - . s I I . 4 4 . 1 .- '. -11 J- "v 'tm ' Q -1 Q 1 w o 4 U - .J BARBARA HOOPER Editor tix SLISANEBURGER Associate Editor .ICHN SEHLILTHEIS Business Manager CHESTER GALLE Photography Editor GAIL EKSTRAN D copy Editor JUDY? CLAY JAMES MacDONALD SportsxEditors DANIEL GILBERT Faculty Advisor I96I E I G Presented by the Students of MCRAVIAN CCDLLEGE Bethlehem, Pennsylvania ..,,, , I PROLCGUE It is our main intent to present to y.ou, the students of Moravian College, a chronicle of achievements and memories of this past year. We have tried to recall in pictures and print the important and the trivial events, b.oth of which are common to our college year. Who can forget, for example, the dinks, neck ties, and name but- tons of hazing, the Student Union ground break- ing ceremonies, and the delayed construction of the building, the Freshman bonfire fand accom- panying difficultiesj, the Freshman-Sophomore rope pull in the fall, Clewell Hall's football player that was sacked by students from near-by insti- tutions Cwe thinkj, and the archeological find otherwise known as the Sigma Phi Omega pyra- mid in the I-F decoration contest. A big event for us was the election campaign of 1960 with the visit of Candidate Kennedy to our campus, the political debates held behind Comenius Hall, and the mock election and letter from Vice President Nixon. Of course there were also the dances presented by SAC in Johnston Hall with music by Matt Gillespie and his orchestra, and the pictures taken by the photographers fyou'll see them in a few momentsj. APO with its Ugly Man and Snow Sculpture contests fwho will forget Yogi Bear on his way to the Learateria?J, the statue of Comenius advertising things we'd best not mention, the USG elections, football games with their sun, rain, teams, cheers, and band Cwhat band ?J, the basketball games with Kosman running up im- possible point totals, and baseball games with Blahut's home runs. . .have all, now, become memories. We'll never forget that this was the year that the snow became so deep that school was closed for a few days and even exams were postponed. Nor can we forget the fabulous trip to Washing- ton, D. C., sponsored by PAC. And then there was the birth of the radio station with its "music to study by," the donkey basketball game competing with Toynbee's lec- ture in town, the big changes in the administra- tion fthree new Vice Presidents, no lessb the new Independent Study program to augment the Honors program, the "For Sale" sign in front of Comenius Hall, the choir at home and mostly away, the Italian Fiat in the hall of Comenius Hall, the graduation of the last of the four year business secretarial majors, the failure of the organ at commencement, -and work, work, work, term papers, coffee breaks, classes and more classes, blue books, finals, dates, books. books, books. It was quite a year, and this is the way we saw it. TABLE OF CONTENTS PROLOGUE .... .... DEDICATION ......................... .... ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY .... .... SENIORS ........................... .... UNDERCLASSMEN . . . . . . . ACTIVITIES .................... .... United Student Government .... .... Communications .............. ..... Clubs and Societies ......... ..... Honorary Organizations .... ..... Social Organizations ...... ..... STUDENT LIFE ...... ...... 1 18 SPORTS ............. ...... 1 72 ADVERTISEMENTS . . ...... 200 SENIOR DIRECTORY .. . ..... .206 1 5 29 40 MARLYN A. RADER For the past seven years Moravian College has been under the leadership of Dean Marlyn A. Rader. This past year he resigned the position of dean to return to full-time teaching. During Dean Rader's time of service, Moravian grew in size and strength and underwent many changes both in facilities and curriculum. We note in particular the reduc- tion of the basic requirements to permit students greater flexibility in course selection, and the additions of the Honors and Independent Study programs, all of which have immeasurably strengthened education at Moravian. But we will remember Dean Rader most for his Warm and sympathetic understanding and his courteous atten- tion to our problems, large and small. In recognition of the great strides Moravian College made under his leader- ship and in appreciation of his friendly help and counsel to Moravian students, we dedicate the 1961 Benigna to Marlyn A. Rader. DEDICATIO 7 F , r A ,..-.3 w-,-,I-U , . , ,-,-. ,..--K B 3 5 : - f' Z DDU Ill: tlllb E H S S 333 5 lu Q 5 x., -Jim 4- uw by X xyx rgp., A QW, ' 'WWI' 1FJMWMNilN1U I'llilldl1WlDHlUIHU1I I KHWNIUIKUIMX WHLVUWULulIIUWl!1lM'lWlU'IVIliff!!iHHfHiHIUlIl1HUHlNUlMWlll1lL1lNUT1lU Wllllllwwl x - "MV"iWl1 - -- ' 24431 'F MORAVIAN 0 E C O LLEGE A 9 5-if 'iff-' .I g . . Y., 9' -' '3f" ,bij l ll i Q3 gh' Q- tml, bS'B' A-I' 'Mfr Ex' 4 1 5' , - --'.'SNXs.f f., -if .. Kww ' Va, u , -.4 r . ,F N:ggEy,1Af': Q R. S- J' -1 Amvixivsm vlluljegg. H . -ff --.L ff- , 'jg'-H?Z.f -YN i KM P -675' ACULTY 4 N RAYMOND S. HAUPERT B.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.Ed., LL.D. President Human beings classify themselves on the basis of "pur- pose." A sense of purpose may be strong, or Weak, or non-existent. The problem is greater than that of simply cultivating a firm sense of purpose. International Communism, to take an example, is highly motivated. For each of us, the continuing problem is the cultivation of a strong conviction of purpose based upon a devotion to truth, and to Him who is "the way, the truth, and the life." Success at this point inevitably means success on the basis of the highest standard of values known to man. -President Haupert 1 O ., ,r 5, 2 1 5 - :fm ' L55 up . are .M eglfl ilu if il! ,Sas , J NEW VERNON W. COUILLARD B.D., M.A., M.Th., Th.D. Dean of the Seminary Professor of Doctrinal Theology HALCYON SARTWELL, M.A. Dean of Women . i -,. ,. V H il ye FWF'- 32 lm r fix' E ea , :Xml 5 1 ' af, If HARVEY T. D. GILLESPIE, M.S. Dean of Men Director of Athletics and Placement "1 W, My l " Elf. Chairman, Professor of Physical Education f ,, V v fi is 'I kg . , qi W -Al ,J ,fl Y M ROBERT P. SNYDER, B.S. Director of Finance, Facilities, and Development CHARLES H. KUHN, JR., B.S. Comptroller SAMUEL R. KILPATRICK, B.A ' Registrar, and , , Director of Admissions 'if 5 Q PAUL E. CUNNINGHAM Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ,ihll ..ll. i ,gg V -' ' MARJORIE PIERCE SHERRY, B.A. 1 ' , ol,,, Associate Director of Admissions M 1 , V ' it s A 1 ' A MM... ,.,- 1 ,....T:C,l:..::L.., .. . .rg 'M...-Q.,-Ie, .,. su, .,. . 'Ls ', Q, , ,Mg ,ga aw? A .M f f..F,,, Q, .f73.' f'fbQf!57"fI.!.if-Q, TF. 'l'f:'.. ,f.'f:,L 'TW-'-ff -'LHS "i5W"'.':-1 We -qfi+3i.,.i.:f:", i . C. . :g:,ff-W., W... , ,,,..,. I. .,,, JOHN W. WOLTJEN, B.S. ei :,'?s:f.':ec1i- ,. qv-.V ,,., - ,, , 3 N ':'iQ3Q,gL ,X Associate Director of Development rkugg, :ip ii?-1-em-r"'i -1 ,r e " " 2' 1- 15 5.535 L . 'S-5, gi' ,, U iiir N W egg Wh'--A A ---'N' fl DOROTHY RUYAK, B.S. Director of Alumni Relations NANCY STROHMEYER Dlrector of Publicity l2 MARVEL EMMA RETTMANN, B.A. Director of Women's Residence ETTA FRY Director of Men's Residence FANNY M. HARRAR, B.A. Assistant Treasurer LEAR NEISWENDER Food Service Manager Tf':1g2i3?ifztpfo 2, gvl LIBRARIANS HENRY L. WILLIAMS, B.s. Administrative Librarian SEATED: MUSNIVELY, B.S.L.S.-Circulation Librariang C. LANGFORD, B.S. -Reference Llbrariang A. HUNT, A.B.-Cataloguer. STANDING: E. ROSADE, A. FULTON, K. ELIAS. YT: 1.8! IG.. I3 Q77 I I BUSINESS OFFICE L. to R.: E. Kery, M. Morecz, V. Miranda G. Gehman, A. Jacob. ...E A . ,rm 5, oz . ,.,. , ., 'ar .Lf 1 :J 'f xx 'En' A r 'I SECRETARIES SECRETARIES L. to R.: S. Yates, G. Plessor, E. Ragan, L. McCall, E. Vatouios. ADMISSIONS OFFICE nl L. to R: J. Duffy, E. Billiard. g v 1 f?.W5'i V21 fi ' wi.-I ..,ef fl 2 ' , ,nj gi - , z"yem,4y4g,y X .1 ' 'egg,'?'2i'zeU ,iq Q-t:1-vfsflyff 1 Txiili , 115: Q r? ,E-fiwivu If,.g-.wid ,team 5,-. .wi mpegs, .mf .min m. ' , W- fx . 1'..w'5"' , :Q--'f"I.TfFzv 1+ '12f",fg,'fIf4:E'? X ' ,f-f ,Q 44. Q, -,-.J ' 1,l:,g,, If , A Eff Nfl: fi,-, gmlypp, I 4 V va-zfrieiygnggjyfl I .. 31 mf,--f--Ml, 'J 'Y .-f2',f..1er":'E3e1:s- F iii ,P-:fifty afg:.j'7lv'-1" f v .. U wg: ,J- Yszsspll Kyiv' - "Y-"f:f,,.:'E':Q ,y i, ,V A M ,:., i 3 I 4 'Ll 3 j 9112? LLOYD L. BURKHART, Ph.D. Professor of English ALAN F. HERR, Ph.D. ROBERT T. BURCAW, Chairman, Professor of English M.A. Assistant Professor of English E GLI I-I 'RELIGIO RONALD ZELLER, B.A. Instructor in Speech HENRY A. LEWIS, B.D. C. ZELLER, Th.D. Agsogiate Proff-35501' of Religion GERHARD D. ZELLER, M.A. Chairman, Professor of Religion College Chaplain Instructor in English ,S , , W .-5. " ' 1 i , 1 3- ' Y , .. Q , ' lil? X . lu vi .1 I Fe fam 56 7 Lgs-L -jgjs --,Gi -Ah. . :' 15 J. RICHARD JONES, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of History, and Government JOHN V. MACHELL, JR., Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of Sociology ,,.A DANIEL R. GILBERT, Ph.D. MARY C. KENNEDY, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Assistant Professor of History I-II TORY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIOLOGY, A D PSYCHOLOGY OTIS H. SHAO, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Government RICHMOND JOHNSON, M.A. ALBERT L. BILLIG, Ed.D. Chairman, Assistant Professor Visiting Professor of Psychology of Psychology and Education 16 in---v A .L -H, ll ff J M W C' Ji O ri g .Qx MARGARET GUMP, Ph.D. KARL ABOSCH, M.A. PAUL E MUELLER PhD 1011 1eaVe5 Instructor in German Assoclate Professor of German Chairman, Professor of French, and German MODER LA GUAGE A D CLASSICS JEAN BEECHER, M.A. Assistant Professor in French GEORGE TYLER, A.B. MARIA V. AUFFANT, M.A. MICHAEL ELIAS MA Chairman, Professor of Classics Instructor in Spanish Ass1stant Professor 111 Spamsh I-..-1 V I7 w ' , I , ALBERT E. H. GAUMER, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of Biology STUART S. KULP, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of Chemistry i I KENNETH A. BERGSTRESSER, M.S. Instructor in Biology Associate Professor of Biology RAE N, GRIFFITH, B.A. BIOLOGY, PHYSIC , D CHEMISTRY JACK R. RIDGE, M.S. Chairman, Associate Professor of Physics STEWART E. RAUCH, JR., M.S. JOHN L. MASON, B.S. Associate Professor of Chemistry Instructor in Chemistry 18 'lv RUTH M. ROBERTS, Ph.D. JOHANNA S. OTT, M.S. WILLIAM B. MILLER, M.A. Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics ' MATHEMATICS, EARTH SCIENCE, A D BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO RICHMOND E. MYERS, Ph.D. Chairman, Professor of Geology A "funn G. ALDEN SEARS, Ph.D. JOHN J. GEHMAN, B.A. DONALD BENTON, M.B.A. Chairman, Professor of Assistant Professor of Instructor in Economics, and Economics Economics, and Accounting Business Administration L 'X .li , .X fjf --1 3 , ' ' ' , ' ig iii 2 , l A- ii Q 1 + "' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ., ..,, X: ,. . iz Q: I LN H H w N T xx. I I9 JOSEPH L. HACKENBERG, . D.Ed. Chairman, Professor of Education sm: ' I ' kin .i i , RICHARD R. SHANTZ, M.S.M. Chairman, Assistant Professor of Music '-Llisir?-QIT,.2t' "'- . .Iiifif3fElezZ4Qi,, ' "WST . Q. 'irzrz 'Q - .,15li.I"1f.5?1QQ1 P, A 7 ,.,.-4 . AT V I 'A - L.. An V- 1 'H , 43 . ft A, V , ., ,Q H hx" ,f 41'-1 K' ' ' 1 V , Y . 1, Q, I in 47 5 'T-Mail" , f' .-I .2 ' 'r . ," ,f" 'L U 1' I' 4.55 ,uf - H- X .R !U,.g-.' ' 4,11 1,-u 15 '.e4ii2'f,: 9 . 1 :. 9 'gcfifi ' ' f- I' I ' ' N' '- r F ' -1 ' s W " J.. , , ,J I 1 . , . A 'Y P' s I ww" t 5 L' . I . . . , E P K I U IA I+ f f WA . Sa, , Ig 7' I X , If 1 , ., s, AI 933 I- a. U if 1 -5 A V - --'.14'!?':. ' 'I " -' .TWQQ-'-'Fil' A zz.-43.2-, 1 .ld . 1133 Ly ffi1f?i??f5" X. if , 1 ' 'T-1fi3'F-Yi!-5 . . W 1 V, .V vi!-,J : ta '4 my , ' F, -Ns Y X I X V , " Sf' ' A Y g, I Y -3-V ,-I . if , -wg . ,N A -.-ALA-Ago-if.L,J.TL,'i-, - Qff -7 A rcd ilii 'X ' , .V .1 .. ., ROSALIND CROMAN, M.A. Associate Professor of Elementary Education FREDERICK W. McCONNELL, JR., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy PHILOSOPHY, EDUCATIO , ART, MUSIC, A D PHYSICAL EDUCATIO ANNA T. RILEY, B.F.A. Chairman, Associate Professor of Art ROCCO CALVO, B.A. JAYNE A. ACKERMAN, B.S. Assistant Professor in Instructor in Physical Education Physical Education for Women 20 R. WALTER J. BEAUPRE, M.A. ion leavej Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama , KAREN J. BERRY, M.S. Instructor in Mathematics FRANK W. BROAD, B.S. Instructor in Elementary Education E. FRITZ, B.A. Instructor in German Dr. McConnell expounds on a philosophical problem at a Phi Sigma Tau meeting. Members of the faculty await the arrival of Presidential Candidate Kennedy. OT PICTURED J. GIARDINIERE, B.A. Instructor in Elementary Education ELLEN GOODMAN, M.A. Instructor in Child Development JANE HAYNES, M.A. Instructor in French FLOYD E. HELLER, B.L. Visiting Professor of Business Law I GRACE C. M. LENNOX Instructor in Art in. Elementary Education RUTH MEYERS, B.A. Assistant Professor of Piano KARLIS SAMTINS, Eng. Tech. Instructor in Russian MONICA SHANTZ, M.Mus. Instructor in Music LOUISE G. SHERMAN, M.S. Instructor in Sociology ati -1 Mr. Abosch elaborates on die deutsche Sprache for Bob Kohler and Byron Borst. I K IN..- 0 0 . X 1 0 gli I -- - -v ' I S L-X li- R3 R Q .Q ' I L S - L LTA: 5 :T 5 ' , ' - T5 i--'- . 5 ax N -1 , 5 ,Q-"J 935351: 'f A -3 1 1 kv- ' " '57 KJ,-, '4 l A gii- l 5 2 A 3 ' 3 ' "HS - Q SEEN M U? w ' W 1 W 4 N X X? '- S Y F' i'r-FV TWTF X 3 V11-E x - I 'P Q -" J X N, iii QJZCUZI-vi' 5 E'l1i!Tlil'liLl 'f""Tff' " f13"1T' 1 ninrn U C' -5 IQESQET- ' - LL "-fl E -li -- A W 2 Lf f l" ' x , X - X . X XX X X N ' Y, I . N 1 w W 1 Q Ei ix N f ' - - W f H V Y my .X . UE LJ X, "1 - K ' I ww N, X Xu 'N XJ 1 Q xtxs L xx, xg X X xxx Q Xi d S - XXXXXX x I XXQS '- xx 9 X" ' ,L 'XR' M QNX T A x A ' N O V DN N I I if 3 X is F T- , X X 1 E - P' 51,4 y F - S V , ll l 'Q' 3' Q u ,-N54 1 '-Q. 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" lt Lf' 4' 3.--' x 1-' E rms-if I -t N , I ii, new ii fix. ,,,.,, Louis Lawrence Amici Business Administration Intramural Football 15 Sigma Theta Pi 15 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Sergeant at Arms 35 Social Activities Committee 35 Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,45 Veterans' Asso- ciation 4. Marcee C. Ammend Elementary Education Patricia Amison Sociology Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Mu Sigma Sigma 4. Vincent E. Arnold Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Kappa Omicron Gamma Omegag Epsi- Delta Epsilon 3,4, President 45 Class Secretary 2,3,4. Suzanne Reidy Astbury Sociology Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Phi Sigma Tau 3,4, United Student Government Representative 45 Mu Sigma Sigma 3,4, Secretary 45 Ha-zing Committee 1. 24 lon Beta Alpha, Secretary 4. James Basara History Sigma Phi Omegag Grotto. . Ji' X . - V, it '4, Qlbfi so .-7 LM 1 QU? ' AQIF' . c!""'l- Frances Grace Becker Business Education Phi Mu Epsilong Kappa Delta E p s i l o ng Business Secretarial Club, President 2' Spanish Clubg Women's Hazing ,Club. Elmer Bigley, Jr. Pre-Medicine Patrick Frederic Boyle Business Admiiiistration Cross Country 2g Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football 1,2,3g Intramural Soc- cer 4g Intramural Bowling 45 Intramural Baseball 45 Class United Student Government Rep- resentative 4g Intra-Fraternity Council 4g Secretary 4. Donald Thomas Beltz Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alphag Veterans' Association. Dennis Lee Bleam Business Administration Cross Countryg Sigma Phi Omegag Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Alpha Phi Omegag Varsity "M" Clubg Epsilon Beta Alphag Coinenian, Business Manager 4. John Philip Bregman Business Aclministrat-ion Varsity Tennisg Tau Kappa Ep- silong Varsity "M" Clubg Come- nian. 25 Dale Edward Berger Mathematics Indoor Track lg Tau Kappa Ep- silon 1,2,3,4g Class United Stu- dent Government Representative 3g Moravian Grotto 2,3, Presi- dent 2, Treasurer 3g Varsity "M" Clubg Rho Alpha Upsilon. W William J. Bergstresser English Phi Sigma Tau 4. l I 3' . -d"Xfx"-'in I . 1 ' .Z-A 'f ' 'ii V isff , .asses H f. Q les 'Ml' ll ,, 1.3-:lf ',,'lllr::r,f ,Nl-4' stil L H' -1 Z M' :I ' " M ,gt insane sf asse ss one ?1l'w45i.'-fs 'Z'1r. -fEEv?ia:'2W Qfsifi' egg!g,!g36?2F-,,,bxd-:Jil If fizfgp, i- .-as B' dwimenvmwns mwgnnwmr ' "Sf 24,:.fT0',,"m:.f':-:iii it C wW,.s,3pi?,,e 4553 lr wi- T-f W- 'jf' :' wp 4?-71' vi.,-7-.-gn, , Joseph Paul Castellano Pre-Law Intramural Footbal15 Intramural Basketballg Intramural Softball5 Soccerg Omicron Gamma Omega, Secretaryg Alpha Phi Omega5 Triangle Honor Society5 Dis- ciplinary Comrnittee, Chairmang Radio Station WRMC, Advertis- ing Manager5 Political Activities Committeeg Democratic C lu bg Comeniang' Class Treasurer 8. 4 L j. , -- .f-gf:,za,W.1 1' ,fr-.- Judith Laning Cavanagh Elementary Education Soccer 15 Hockey 2,35 Softball 1, 25 Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 45 Inter-Sorority Council, President 4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- tiesg Social Activities Committee 2,3,4 5 Women's Athletic Associa- tion 1,2,3, Secretary- Treasurer 25 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Co-Cap- tain 3,45 Triangle Honor Society 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Miss Moravian. June Ann Brong History Phi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer 35 Kappa Delta Epsilon5 Inter- Sorority Council5 Comenian, Lit- erary Staffg Benigna, Literary Staff. Anthony George Burkot Business Administration Political Activities Club5 Veter- ans' Association. Thomas N. Christianson Sociology Tennis 3,45 Intramural Basket- ball 1,2,3,45 Omicron Gamma Omega 3,45 Pi Mu 1,2,3,-15 United Student Government Treasurer 45 Social Activities Committee, Clerk 35 Class Treas- urer 1,25 Mu Sigma Sigma 3,45 College Choir 2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 45 Varsity "M" Club 45 Men's Dormitory Council 2. I it Mary Jane Brunnebend Elementary Education Tennis 1,25 Alpha Epsilon P1 Kappa Delta Epsilon. Lucy Mary Agnes Carl Elementary Education Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. Judith Louise Clay Sociology Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3, 45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Hockey 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Baseball 1,25 Swimming 35 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities5 Wo- men's Athletic Association 3,4, Vice President 3, President 45 United Student Government Fi- nance Committee 35 Mu Sigma Sigma 45 Blackfriars 4. Q Lynn S. Couch Economics and Business Administration Wrestling lg Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Al- pha 43 Menis Dormitory Council 3. Philip Richard DeBaise Business Administratioiz Demetre Diamandopoulos Mathematics O""" E. Louis Czechowski Classical Languages Pi Mu 1,2,33 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- tiesg French Club, Vice President lg Campus Christian Association 1,2. John Leonard DeCesare History Intramural Softball 43 Intra- mural Football 2g Sigma Phi Omega 1,2,3,-4, President 43 Band 1,23 Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3. Paul Douglas Dorozowski Economics and Business Aclmimstration Intramural Football 2,3,4g Intra- mural Bowling 2,3,4j Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Chaplaing Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4Q Epsilon Beta Alpha 2,3,4Q Political Activities Club 3,4Q Veterans' Association. 1' 9: -1 Q I ' ff. mi --V ig ' f it l2yi'i1iX:?g: H l gamq ' '?7'55'3'i ' QE'-B V' M l '.' N :QE Thomas J. Driscoll Sociology ...W ag, , ,mi Mary Jane Dugan Elementary Eclucatimz Swimming 1,23 Basketball 3,43 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,'43 Kappa' Delta Epsilon 3,4. 1 Va Y 3 it.-L I P l l Gordian Vincent Ehrlacher Economics and Business Administration Veterans' Association 1,2,3,4 Political Activities Club 3,45 Ep: silon Beta Alpha 3,4, Donald Reimer Evans Business Administration Intramural Football 2,35 Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,45 Intra- mural Soccer 45 Sigma Phi Omega 1,2,3,4, Vice President 35 Alpha Phi Omega 4, President 45 Epsilon Beta Alpha 45 United Student Government F i n a n c e Committee 25 Points Committee 2. Sandra English Evansen General Studies Phi Mu Epsilon 3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4. Jacob James Elliott III Psychology Wrestling 35 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Alumni Secretary 3, Vice President 45 Rho Alpha Upsilon 3,4, Program Chairman 3, Presi- dent 4. Sandra Rupert Elliott Ele'meutcw'y Education Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4. ,gr . 'is- -2- Neil Peter Eskolin, Jr. English Intramural Basketball 1,2,35 In- tramural Softball 1,2,35 Pi Delta Epsilon 2,3,4, President 45 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, House Manager 45 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties5 Triangle Honor Society 4: Freshman Orientation Commit- tee 45 Sigma Phi Alpha 1,25 Comeuiaiz 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor 2, Associate Editor 3, Editor 45 Benigua 1,25 College Choir 2,35 Elections Committee 45 Board of Publications, Chairman 4. ' 1 1 -' JHVL' Roderick Alfred Evansen "'v ' IT 5 i t I English if Intramural Football 2,35 Intra- f A l Z mural Softball 2,35 Intramural -"gg, '- ,gat ' Basketball 2,35 Wrestling 43 Pi f ' ' H M Mu 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. f N 'B Frederick Warren Fahs, Jr. Business Aclmiizistratiou Epsilon Beta Alphag Veterans' Association. 28 'f'.gL"f' ' , if S ,, ,,,,, bf Robert Andrew Fatzinger Business Aclministration Cross Countryg Indoor Track5 Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian 3, House Chairman 45 Pi Delta Ep- silong Epsilon Beta Alpha5 Tri-- angle Honor Society5 Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versitiesg United Student Gov- ernment Budget Committeeg Col- lege Choir, Business Manager 45 Elections Committee5 Coinenian. Anita Louise Filler History Basketball 3,45 Hockey 45 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilong Women's Activities Committee 3,4, Co-Chairman 45 Freshman Hazing Committee 25 Political Activities Club 1,2,3,4: Women's Athletic Association 3, 45 International Relations Club 25 Radio Station WRMC 4, Event Reporter. if? .1 'L' ff"?lI fe - f ,nb 14. l l i 51.55 Roy S. Foltan Economics and Business Aclnzinistration Cross Country 15 Intramural Basketball 45 Softball 3,45 Omi- cron Gamma Omega 3,4. - asiiseg , . .i . . ' it Barry Gaal 1 I Business Administration M ' ef- Omicron Gamma Omega5 Epsi- 5' I 5 5 ffl I lon Beta Alpha5 Dormitory -. ,,,' Council5 Class Vice President 2, dn' Q' 5 5 sg Class President 4. 3... f- Thomas J. Gannon General Studies Footballg B a s e b al 15 Omicron Gamma Omega, Assistant Treas- urer 3, Treasurer 45 Inter-Fra- ternity Council, Treasurer 45 Varsity "M" Club. 29 -gs Richard Luther Frey Business Administration Intramural Baseball 2,3,45 Intra- mural Basketball 45 Intramural Soccer 45 Intramural Bowling 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,45 Epsilon Beta Alpha 45 Veterans' Asso- ciation 2,3,4. Chester S. Galle General Studies Pi Delta Epsilon 3,45 Phi Sigma Tau 3,45 Benigna 3,4, Photog- raphy Editor 3,45 Comenian 3,4, Photography Editor 3,45 Rau Alpha Upsilon 1. Cynthia Geiman English Hockeyg Alpha Psi Omega 3,4, President 45 Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 45 Triangle Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 45 Phi Mu Epsi- lon 1,2,3,45 Blackfriars 2,3,4, President 35 Comenian 2,3,4, Ad- vertising Manager 3,45 Manu- script 3,4, Editor 4. Charles J. Gilbert Richard Lee 'Gilbert Business Administration English Baseball 1,2,3,4g Intramural Bas- Phi Sigma Tau. ketball 25 Epsilon Beta Alphag Varsity "M" Club. Manuel Gonsalves History Intramural Basketball 43 Intra- mural Baseball 3,4g Intramural Soccer 45 Kappa Phi Kappa 3,4, President 45 Sigma Phi Omega 3,45 Political Activities Club 2, 3,4. Norma Robin Guritzky History Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4g Women's Activities Committee 2,3,4, So- cial Chairman 2,3, Chairman 4g Regulations Committee 43 Politi- ca-1 Activities Club lg Dormitory President 1,3,4g Dormitory Coun- cil 1,3,4, Secretary 3g Women's Council 1. Paul A. Graf English Intramural Basketball 3,45 Pi Mu 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4: Music Board, United S t u d e n t Government Representative 35, Budget Committee 3, College Choir 1,2,3,4, President 4. Richard Edwin Hartzell History Pi Delta Epsilon 3,45 Kappa Phi Kappa 3,45 Political Activities Club 1,25 Comeniom 1,2,3, Circu- lation Manager 33 Band 1,2. Sterling Harvey B ' Ad ' 't t' M , usgzess It mmgs ra 1 2 Audrey Jane Heckert en s ormi ory ounci , 3 - Sigma Phi Omega 2y3,4g Basket- Elementary Education ball 1,2, Kappa Delta Epsilon. , , ,,,?,, ' ' ' K E - -:L ' ' 1 . 'ZEN 1"X li fvi .-qs.. when "?lln Beverly Lynn House Business Secretarial Phi Mu Epsilon 4g Campus Christian Association 2,3,4g Re- Richard Je1'01d'H0Chena ligious Activities Committee 4, Sociology 1 Ee 1 'wk if 't ,V -1 Secretary 4. l ' Ffa-n: Nancy Elizabeth Helms Elementary Education Alpha Epsilon Pig Kappa Delta Epsilong Cmnenian 3. Raymond Kenneth Herman Business Administration Cross Country 2,3,4g Indoor Track 43 Intramural Football lg Baseball 1,2,3,4g Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4. John William Jacob Business Administration Wrestling 1,2,3g Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Captain 35 Indoor Track lg Intramural Bowling 3g Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4 3 Moravian Grot- to 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 35 Varsity "M" Club l,2,3,4, United Student Government Rep- resentative 3,4g Class President 3. is' Margaret Susan Heney Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilong Campus Christian Associationg B l a c k- friars. Deborah E. Herold Business Education Phi Mu Epsilon 2,3,4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 4g Inter-Sorority Council 4: Political Activities Club 45 Be- nigna- 33 Ba-nd 1,2,3, Head Maj- orette 3. Eugene Jani General Studies Baseball 1,2,3,4g I n t r a m u r al Football 1,2,3g Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3,4g Kappa Phi Kappa 3,49 Va1'Si'Cy "M" Club 2,3,4. an ta V'-N ET' George Pierson Jessup Business Administ1'ation Moravian Grottog Rau Alpha Upsilong Phi Sigma Tau, Mem- bership Chairman. KAN, Terry M. Jones Pre-Theology Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g Pi Mu, Vice President 45 Phi Sigma Tau, President 45 Triangle Hon- or Society 4 5 Political Activities Club 45 College Chapel Board, Secretary 3, Vice Chairman 4. 1.5. Karen Allein Kemmerer Post Nursing College Choir 3,4. Brian Richard Kent History Choir 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Pi Mu 1,2,3,45 Student Convocation Committee 2,3,4, Chairman 3,4. Floyd Leroy Kocher General Studies . . iq.---5 Ezi :,: , ..,. James Patrick Kenny Business Administration Football 3,45 Intramural Soft- ball 2,3,45 Omicron Gamma Ome- ga 3,45 Varsity "M" Club 4, Veterans' Association 4. David Alton Koch Sociology Cross Country 1,2,3,45 Intramu- ral Basketball 45 Baseball 3,45 Soccer 45 Kappa Phi Kappa 45 Mu Sigma Sigma, Vice President 45 Veterans' Association 45 Blackfriars 4. Wallace Kenneth Koenig English Intramural Football 1,2,35 Intra- mural Softball 1,2,3g Intramural Soccer 1,45 Intramural Basket- ball 1,25 Omicron Gamma-Omega 2,3,4, Executive Board 4, Social Chairman 45 Rho Alpha Upsilon 15 French Club 1,2,3-,45 Foreign Activities 15 Freshman Orienta- tion Committee 2, Co-Chairman 25 Comeniom 1. James Kritis History Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 In- tramural Softball 1,2,3,45 Omi- cron Gamma Omegag Kappa Phi Kappa 5 Inter-Fraternity Council, President 45 Varsity "M" Club. Walter Stanley Kruszewski, General Studies Sandra Louise Kramer English Phi Mu Epsilon 3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,-4, United Stu- dent Government Representative 45 Elections Committee 2,3545 Clerk 3,45 Blackfriars 2,3,4, United Student Government Rep- resentative 2,3, President 45 Col- lege Choir 2,3,45 Comeiiian 2. Jr. Andrew John Kudlak Political Science Footballg Basketball5 Wrestlingg Moravian Grotto 1. Cross Countryg Baseballg Omi- cron Gamma Omega, Sergeant at Arms: Varsity NM' Club. Dale Harold Labar Chemistry I ii - ' fi- ' , Q L MW' 'W l , Sylvia Mary Lambert German Kappa Delta- Epsilon 45 Campus Christian Association 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 15 German Club 2,3,4, President 3,45 International Club 3,4. --1-f-I ,wl- aiu'-P-""' Michael Louis Lansenderfer Business Adininistration Baseball 1, 2,45 Interfraternity Bowling 3,45 Intramural Base- ball 35 Intramural Football 35 Omicron Gamma Omega, 2,3,45 Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,45 Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4. fr- ll : . :A .sn 'M ii ' 5, J, as iii 5. Irwin Joel Leeb Pre-Professional Intramural Football 25 Intramu- ral Soccer 4 5 Intramural Basket- ball 45 Intramural Softball 1,2, 35 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Historian 45 Convocations Com- mittee 3,45 Rho Alpha Upsilon 1,2,3,4, United Student Govern- ment Representative 3,45 Politi- cal Activities Club 45 Dormitory Council 3. ia, im W' 'Hu wi" ei i t 1-44 ' ' , ,ig-li ' 'ss I "wveWm"u "ww" " . U ' H A M, was Ii.. ' 'na zi . 'ii' ' fi ' it V , UT? E. in 3-il uw i ,. N. ,. Y, 1 i ff... ine - 4 ii' , , messages . ii -N -aff .-11 ,-j --" L-V --1 mwcwf-l,,f ffmm - -as az mf r' E' v . ,W , -,wr .-CTE ' ' ssissifL,..1'w . 1 Y 'li ilifilifiliii- - . ii mis- Z ' - . .: a Kenneth E. Lutz General Stuflfies Kappa Phi Kappa. James 0. MacDonald English Cross Country 1,25 Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Intramural Softball 1,2,3,45 Pi Delta Epsi- long Kappa Phi Kappag Omicron Gamma Omega 3,45 Triangle Honor Society, President 45 United S t u d e n t Government, Treasurer 3, President 45 Class Vice President 15 Class Presi- dent 25 Blackfriarsg Constitu- tional Revisions Committee 25 Comcnian 1,2,35 Benigna, Sports Editor 2,4. Robert Lawrence Lipkin Political Science Tennis 1,2,3,4, Captain 3,45 In- tramural Basketball 1,2,3,45 In- tramural Football 2,35 Intramu- ral Soccer 45 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, President 45 Varsity "M" Club 1,2,3,45 Political Activities Club 3,45 Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil 35 Radio Station WRMC 4, Staff Announcer 4. C. Jerome Livingood Music Alan J. Lippman P're-Medicine Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice President 45 Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universitiesg Triangle Honor Society 45 Board of Publi- cations, United Student Govern- ment Representative 3,45 Rho Alpha Upsilong Comenian, News Editor 3, Associate Editor 45 Student Handbook, Editor 4. Ruth Lomerson Spanish Choir 1,2,3,45 Student Director 1323115 1,2,39 Comenian 15 Black- 45 Chapel Choir Director 3. fflars 112,35 Modern Language Samuel Franklin Mnczko, Jr. General Studies Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captaing In- tramural Basketball 1,2,3,45 In- tramural Softball 1,2,3,45 Omi- cron Gamma Omega, Sergeant at Armsg Kappa Phi Kappa5 Alpha Phi Omega, Secretaryg Fresh- man Dormitory Councilg Varsity "M" Club. S '12, ,,, ,, -N 1' Club 1,2,3,45 Political Activities Club 15 Manuscript 2,3. Terry L. Male English Covnenian 2,35 Band l,2,3,4. aa, -1. 5 5 ,..,. ..,. U, Nm, I " mr- f l Y 4 --A ' Hesse' Donald H. Marshall Business Administration and Economics eterans' Association 3g Omi- on Gamma Omega 3,49 Epsilon eta Alpha 3,4, United Student overnment Representative 4. Margaret L. McClure Nursing Political A c t i v i t i e sg College Choir. Thomas Joseph McHale Biology Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g In- tramural Football 2,3g Intramu- ral Baseball 2g Golf 2,3,4g Omi- cron Gamma Omega 2,3,4g Rho Alpha Upsilon 2,3. Eugene Mateff, Jr. History Kappa Phi Kappa. James John McCrudden Economics and Business Administration Basketball 1,2,3g Football 3g In- tramural Soccer 4g Intramural Basketball 45 Intramural Soft- ball 3,4g Omicron Gamma Ome- gag Epsilon Beta Alphag Kappa Phi Kappag Political Activities Clubg Varsity "M" Club. Linda Margaret McHenry Spanish Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club. 35 R. Hunter Matthews Economics and Business Administration Basketball lg Intramural Foot- ball 2,3 3 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g Intramural Baseball 2,3,4g Intramural Soccer 45 Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, Treasurer 45 Class United Student Govern- ment Representative lg Varsity "M" Club 2,3,4. - F. N- , , Qasgiiimsg Kathleen E. McCann E'I6l7L67?,ttl7'Qj Education Alpha- Epsilon Pi 2,3,4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, Treasurerg Comenian 3. 52 Y-J Q ' ,ha lf-f' W r -1 gig 0 x1a?Q-efzg .N QE ff! , ity? ibavgagww ---1 L., 'svn 'R. Gene Medei Economics and Business Administration Baseball 1,2, Wrestling 3,4, Co- Captain 3,4, Intramural Base- ball 3,45 Omicron Gamma Omega 2,3,4, Triangle Honor Society 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4, President 4, Varsity "M" Club 1,2,3,4, Football Pro- gram Editor 4, Class Vice Presi- dent 4. Robert Michael Miller Chemistry Golf 2,3,4, Rho Alpha Upsilon 4, Veterans' Association 4, Poli- tical Activities Committee 4. Qlohn W. Medernach Physics Veterans' Association, A l u m n i Secretary 4, Political Activities Club, Rho Alpha Upsilon. Donald W. Morrow History Intramural Football 2,3,4, Intra- mural Baseball 2,3,4, Intramural Bowling 2,3,4, Sigma Phi Omega 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4, Inter- Fraternity Council, United Stu- dent Government Representa- tive, Convocation Committee, Social Activities Committee 1, Moravian Grotto 3,4, President 4, Blackfriars 4, Director 4, Ra- dio Station WRMC 4, Sports Director 4, Comenian, Cartoonist 3. .Iam ' Charles A. Merkel Business Aclministration Intramural Baseball 2,4, Intra- mural Soccer 4, W1'estling 1,2,3, Omicron Gamma Omega 3,4, Ep- silon Beta Alpha 3,4, United Student Government Represen- tative 4, Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, Blackfriars 1, Food Committee, Chairman 4. ,sf--1 Q We .g.5l+ l' f if 5' Duane R. W. Murtomaki Robert S. Muth . g a Business Administration Intramural Basketball, S i g m a Phi Omega, Epsilon Beta Alpha. English Intramural Basketball 3,4, In- tramural Baseball 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappa, Vet- erans' Association, Manuscript, Business Manager. 36 -E ii Joan Mesko French Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4, Treas- urer 3,4, Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4, French Club, President 4, Blackfriars 4. '. - .4-nf is i qi" . --fb: 'x .. . N .M 1 'e 'Y gl w 'lin sins -H , , li , H---tsl ,, , .LD,.L Wd , , . ' 1 , I 1 ff" f at N 7 , xg Q I H,H'N2X:,a.ff?- Elaine M. Nicholas Elementwry Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,4 Comenian 2,3. FX L T John A. Nagy M ath, Ralph Klaus Neuhaus Ronald Salvatore Narzisi History Intramural Basketball 2,3g In- tramural S o f t b all 3,45 Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kap- pa, Program Chairman, Pledge Co-Chairman 45 Moravian Grot- to, Secretary 2g Political Activi- ties Club, Vice President 3. David Allen Newall W 1 M i V -li' ' Biology History M' .s -X 59' Sigma Phi Omega 2,3,4, Chap- Omicron Gamma Omega. Q5-.,,,' , 'gy i .,,,--2 lain 45 Rho Alpha Upsilon 2,3, ' 4g International Student Organ- , Thomas P. 0'Hay Business Aciministration ization 2,3. John J. Olson History Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball 1, Co-Captain 15 In- tramural Basketball 2,3,4g Intra- mural Softball 2,3,4g Kappa Phi Kappag Omicron Gamma Omegag Varsity "M" Club. , yu mmf: ff HH ifwae ll ,u g,,ji:5. 1 si. ,, M I , .-M. Robert Carl Orbin Economics and Business Admmzstration Intramural Bowling 43 Epsilon Beta Alphag Veterans' Associa tion. ,ui zz i Harold F. Oswald, Jr. Economics and Business Administration Moravian Grotto 2,3. Alfred YG. Parente Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alphag Veterans' Club. Claude H. Paddock Economics and Business Administration Intramural Football 2,3g Intra- mural Soccer 4g Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4g Intramural Soft- ball 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha 43 Sigma Phi Omega 2,3,4, House Manager 3, Treasurer 45 Men's Dormitory Council 3, Chairman 3. John Paul Pasco Liberal Arts Wrestling 3g Intramural Soccer 35 Intramural Bowling 3,45 In- tramural Baseball 2,3,4g Intra- mural Football 2g Veterans' As- sociation 1,2,3,4, President 4, Alumni Secretary 2,3g Political Activities Clubg Rho Alpha Up- silon 1,23 Student Manager of Athletic Stockroom 1. ffssifsfiitif , S32-ai Qs? M is , eeszlfssof. , , 7 ,iwswssiw 'FUN ,H4 ll 49" Emmanuel Pippis Cyril Polenchar . Business Administration Business Administration Leland Kffast Pntchard Earl R- Pfeiffer Intramural Baseball 4g Epsilon Veterans' Associationg Epsilon 'Hislmly ' Physics Beta Alpha. Beta Alpha. College Choirg Sigma Phi Alpha 'M' nf' ' ' , , ,, .11l... " 2 ' s . b . . ,- 5 , 3 'g I 1 is , ig- . .N . se-if P- Qi' ----- 5ag .... H . i " x55.XN,"n -5 ' if ,Q m .. X g Rodney G. Rathbun Mathematics Cross Country 1,2,3g Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4g Pi Delta Epsilon 3,43 Kappa Phi Kappa 4g Rho Alpha Upsilon 1,2,3,4g Varsity "M" Club 1,2,3,4g Moravian Grotto 1,2,3g Benigna, Business Manager 3. tif I, ,.,, Theodore Harold Rights Chemistry Pi Mu, Chaplain 4g 'Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versitiesg Pi Delta Epsilong Stu- dent Union Committee 2,3,4g Campus Christian Association 1. 2,3,4, Vice President 2,3, Presi- dent 4g Comenian 1,2,4. ' 'r i -, - X Bruce C. Robertson Business Administration Intramural Football 1,2,3g Intra- mural Basketball 1,2,3,4g Intra- mural Softball 1,3,4g Intramural Soccer 45 Omicron Gamma Ome- ga 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 45 Epsilon Beta Alpha 3,4g Elections Committee 2,3,4, Chairman 3,4. gl lub' lla-I-4 H -it I "I 12' v IV' T i H is ' ' i if .5 , i wt i I 1 H, i ' ??',,,s ,J Donald Ryan Business Administration Sigma Phi Omega 2,3,4g Kappa Phi Kappa 4, Secretaryg Epsilon Beta Alpha- 3,4. Barbara Ann Senneca French Soccer lg Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,43 Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,-ig Modern Language Club 1,2,3,4g Comenian 2. 39 l ,, li Rita Marie Roseman French Phi Mu Epsilon 1,2,3,4g Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3,4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4g Triangle Honor Society 3,-lg Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universitiesg Modern Language Club 1,2,3,4, President 3,4g Political Activities Club 45 Blackfriars 1,2g Benigna 1,2,3, Associate Editor 2, Editor 35 Comenian 1,23 Board of Publi- cations 3. Thom as F. Schmoyer Business Administration and Sociology Intramural Softball 1,2,3,4g In- tramural Footballg Intramural S 0 c c e rg Intramural Handballg Sigma Phi Omega, Pledgemaster 4g Epsilon Beta Alphag Mu Sig- ma Sigma, United Student Gov- ernment Representative 4g Mo- ravian Grotto, Vice President 2, 3,43 Elections Committee. Kenneth Sepe Economics and Business Administration Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketballg Intramural Bowlingg Intramural Baseballg Intramural Soccerg Omicron Gamma Omegag Epsilon Beta Alpha, Vice Presi- dentg Class Treasurer 4g Dis- ciplinary Committee. px i me A Carl E. Siegfried, Jr. History Tennis 33 Kappa Phi Kappag Comeniang C' o l l e g e Choir 4' Campus Christian Associationz Vice President 4. Richard W. Solt Business Administration Epsilon Beta Alphag Political Activities Club. Leo A. Stinner English Gertrude Louise Smull General Studies Phi Mu Epsilong Modern Lan- guage Club 1,33 College Choir 1. 2. Richard Leonard Staffieri Economics and Business Administration Golf 3 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Baseball 23 Intramu ral Football 33 Sigma Phi Ome gag Veterans' Associationg Po litical Activities Club 4, . Frederick Richard Stocker Mathematics Sigma Phi Omega, Parliamen- Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4g tarian 43 Phi Sigma Tau, Vice Kappa Phi Kappa 43 Varsity President 43 Rho Alpha Upsilon "M" Club 1,2,3,4g Benigna 3. -. 'L 2. ani-, t NL- , 'Q.,.f. ' Brie,-L , aff ,..ffs-iw 2 .- 'L 41-M in-'ivx Ronald Joseph Stupak Political Science Intramural Basketball 2,43 In- tramural Baseball 3,4Q Intramu- ral Soccer 4g Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4g Veterans' Association, United Student Government Represen- tative 4g Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universitiesg Triangle Honor Society 4g Poli- iv.. Marilyn ,Louise Sumner Political Science tical Activities Club 2,3,4, Vice Kappa- Delta Epsilon 3,45 Politi President 4s International Rela- cal Activities Club 2,3,4, Secre tions Club 2,3 g Comcnian 4. tary 4. '3 P' ' V o .hc ' ,J :. ' 'ig' W f Z2 in '- - 555 , . , , , l SYS! - -1 ,viii , -- , '-fgiiift L:-ii. in ' ' 'N 1 X1 1 X Q E' 2 A Henry E. Sunyak General Studies Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Captain 15 Indoor Trackg Intramural Foot- ball 2,3g Intramural Soccer 45 Intramural Baseballg Alpha Phi Omega 35 Varsity "M" Club 1, 2,3,4g Moravian Grotto. fue- it i A if 49-4 A so-"' Frank J. Szarko John E. Tracy Chemistry Sociology Rho Alpha Upsilon. Omicron u Gamma O in e g ag Mu 4-- NK- ' xii. an f I I, ,- ' ' " H fi, as y" e 48" SJW fu Q . in ea has Sigma Sigma. Harold Willis Tuller Chemistry Intramural Football 2,35 Intra- mural Baseball 2,3g Intramural Bowling 3g Sigma Phi Omega 1, 2,3,4g Rho Alpha Upsilon 4. E. Nancy Warren English Soccer 13 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2, 3,45 Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,4g Moravian Grotto lg Modern Lan- guage Club 1,2g Political Activi- ties Club 15 Cofmeiiian Literary Society 3. 41 551 w -er Si I Q H J. Ronald Trinley Business Administration Intramural Softballg Intramural Basketballg Intramural Football, Omicron Gamma Omega 3,43 Mu Sigma Sigma. Joan Louise Wadolny Sociology Phi Mu Epsilong Business Secre- tarial Club, Secretary 23 Mu Sigma Sigma. Ruth Alene Welch Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,45 Wo- men's Activities Committee 3,4, Secretary - Treasurerg Comenimi 1,2,3. Efrf ,W 1, AWA Sig John J. Wilczynski Economics and Business Administration Intramural Football 15 Intra- mural Baseball 1,2g Omicron Gamma Omega 1,2,3,4g Epsilon Beta Alpha 43 United Student Government Budget Committee 2 5 Social Activities Committee 1. y ,dai 3. 1 91' it ., -- - 4' Q-gasggg 5, l. , ..- , 3-R5 Thomas E. Wilson Business Administration Veterans' Association. C l X, y y Y, R fi-iff , ..,. ,a 1- W .. mfg., . . .I-if' - ' ' L1 4 ' ' f - I ' Barbara Woltj en Elementary Education Ka a Delta E silon' Phi Mu PP P 1 Epsilong Student Union Plan- ning' Committee. Sandra Anne Yaeck Elementary Education Swimming 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Co-Captain 3,43 Alpha Epsi-- lon Pi 1,2,3,4, Recording Secre- tary 2, Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4g Inter-Sorority Council 4g Kappa Delta Epsilon 2,3,-15 Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universitiesg Women's Activities Committee 1,2,3g Wom- en's Hazing Committee 2g Elec- tions Committee 2,3g Triangle Honor Society 3,45 Women's Athletic Association 1,2,3,4. Neil C. Zimmerman English Veteran's Association. 42 pp. as 2 James John Worman Chemistry Cross Country 2,3,4, Captain 3,45 Indoor Track 2,35 Tau Kappa Epsilong Varsity "M" Club 2,3, 49 Moravian Grotto 1,25 Rho Alpha Upsilon 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. Leon E. Yezierski Business Administration Rocco Paul Zulli Business Administration Cross Country 35 Basketball 2, 3,45 Tau Kappa Epsilong Epsi- lon Beta Alpha, Pi Delta Chig Varsity "M" Club, President. Peter DeCrosta Business Administration Veterans' Association. Michael Demyan Chemistry Band 1,2g Rho Alpha Epsilon. Joseph Garbush Elementary Education Football 5 Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4. David Grube Business Administration Veterans' Association. Douglas Lindaman History Veterans' Association g U n i t e d Student Government Represen- tative. The Senior Banquet GT PICTURED Dominic A. Nolfa Mathematics Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4g In- ter-Fraternity C o u n c i l, Presi- dentg Political Activities Club. Harold Rydell General Studies Roberta Joann Thomas Elementary Education Kappa Delta Epsilon 3,45 Wom- en's Dormitory Council 45 Col- lege Choir 1,2,4g Ensemble Choir igz Campus Christian Association , . Francis Zajacik Business Administration Softball was played by many at the Senior Picnic. SENIOR CLASS ii OFFICERS H' First Row: G. Medei-- Vice President, M. Am- mend-Secretary, P. Boyle -U. S. G. Representative. Second Row: B. Gaal - President, K. Sepe- Treasurer. The Senior Class gift to the col- other campus buildings. lege was three sculptured bronze In May the graduating class was college seals. One seal will be placed honored by the Junior Class at a over the fireplace in the Rau-Hassler picnic, and on Saturday, June 3, they Dormitory, and the others will be had a final banquet together as placed above the entrances of two undergraduates. WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES L. to R.: D. Bleam, S. Yaeck, R. Stupak, J. Clay, G. Cavanagh, R. Fatzinger, C. Geiman, T. Rights, Joan Medei, R. Roseman, N. Eskolin, J. MacDonald, J. Albrecht, A. Lippman. Absent: L. Czechowski. A I gf . I 44 - :wwf ffqfffxtu VINL! " : I N , , A , we- Q L M -M -H P I x 5 Q N + E K ' I' ' . H ' 'F - -'LM " f..' , . X HTML E 2 N .....i. SE L 'T J' f d xi1f ,X ? 4. .ff-I UNDERCLASSMEN Susan Adleman E. Jane Albrecht Carol Altemose Francis Amigo George Andralis Richard Andrews Thomas Ardinger Dennis Astheimer Ralph Atkinson Susan Beitel Richard Bell Alan Bornstein Larry Bostick John Bowman Christian Braig Richard Braun Linda Burnett Joseph Burns George Carvis Arthur Chap David Coe Rodney Cook W. Henry Cordray David Cornelius Joan Cruger Bruce Cummings John Deak Judith DeBray Dorothy Demetrales Emma Demuth Joanne DeThomas Bette Dickman Fred Donatelli JU IOR CL James Deria Richard Eckhart Stephen Edraney Gail Ekstrand Abraham Encarnacion Antonio Fadale David Fehnel George Fiegel Allen Finnegan Thomas Fisher Neil Foley Thomas Foley Albert Frable Roy Frack Beth Freudenberger Tom Fromhartz James Gano Robert Garcia Roy Gardner Helen Georgeou Glen Gold Carol Gram Katherine Graves Thomas Graff Clark Gross Carmen Guerrieri Bela Gulyas Carole Hall Lewis Halley Janet Heller Carol Herman Brian Hill Barbara Hooper Anthasios Houides Frank Jones Lalomilo Kamu Karen Kaprelian Joan Karustis Roy Kelchner James Kenny Michael Kislow Michael Kissel Joan Knepper Andrew Kudlak David Larish Roseann LaVan John Layton David Lewis Dorothy Lichtman Carol Lohman James Malloy Glen Marsteller Richard Martin Richard Maurer John McCarty Thomas McHale Bernard Medei Geraldine Melito Philip Merwarth Nancy Middleton John Minor Ralph Mittl Shinsho Miyagi Faith Mong Glen Morris Samuel Moskowitz 46 ASS Roger Nagle James Naisby William Needs Joseph Neiberger Ralph Neuhaus George Neupauer 'Thomas 0'Hay V. Betsy Pappas Robert Pastir Daniel Pavuk Sylvia Perkins William Pfeiffer Mary M. Pfriemer Virginia Poulos Alice Ramer Fred Reimer Harold Rice Joseph Rieger Stephanie Rights Marie Rosenberg Sylvia Rubens Carter Ruth Philip Sabetti Edwin Salada Robert Sallash Peter Santa Maria H. John Schlegel Elaine Schramm John Schultheis Edward Schultz Norton Smiley Barbara Snyder Richard Spaugh Bernard Staller Barbara Stefanavage Ronald Tarlowe Richard Tewell Sandra Thomas Vicki Tinnes Rosemarie Torok Priscilla Toth John Tracy Mary Tretheway Merr Trumbore John VanNatta Fred Viglione John Wachter Ned Wagner Kenneth Walsh Linda Waters John Watters Robert Welsh Dieter Wentz Margaret Werpehowski Phyllis Wildstein Robert Williams Thomas Wilson Stuart Wolnek Roger Wrazien Wilhelmina Wright Roger Yost Marino Yozzi Wasil Yurchak Leonard Zavacky Ronald Zelko James Zoks JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L. to R.: J. Schlegel-Treasurer, D. Coe -President, K. Kaprelian-Secretary. Absent: K. Walsh-Vice President., Dave Fehnel, co-ordinator of the Senior Picnic, stirs the beans as Gerri Melito During this past year the Class of '62 sponsored bus trips to away football games and had a Christmas Party with the Sophomore Class. Mary Pfreimer was selected to represent Moravian College in the Laurel Blossom Festival. The Juniors also held the annual picnic for the Senior Class in the spring. The women of the class won the Olympics a la Mo for the third straight year. watches. Junior Class members and Elementary Art Education Instructor Miss Lennox display their class work. Judith Adams James Albany Colin Aldersley Charles Anderson Robert Andrews Thomas Apjohn Albert Applegate Frederick Arbogast Johanna Attermeyer Walter Aydelotte V. George Banas George Banash M. Anne Barnes Thomas Barnola Edward Becker Richard Bedics Wilma Bennewis Georgene Billiard Lawrence Blake Patricia Bonser Byron Borst G. Bruce Boyer Kenneth Briggs Bonnie Brill Sus-an Burger Thomas Buschbaum Charles Canning Marilyn Clewell Judith Coddington Kirk Conn Joseph 'Csordas Francis Darazsdi .Janice Davis John Dech Robert Dech Charles Decker Alphonse DellaMonica Vincent DeNofa Ronald dePaolo Sally Deysher Robert Dietrich Carla Dinstel Stephanie Donchez Robert Durn Dorothy Eagan Donald Egli Donald Eichenhofer OPHQMGRE CLASS Herbert Farnsler Shirlee Ford Patricia Fox James Frank Ronald Freed Judith Freeman Angeline Fresoli John Freyberger Jean Friedman Jan Fritz Emily Gallup Martin Garcia Anna Mae Gardner Susan Gares Terence Garrity Stephen Gasper A. Robert Gast Anthony Gawronski Mary Ann Gehman Charles Gehring Elizabeth Gergar Bruce Gilbert Stanley Gilbert Peter Gill Charles Glazier Janet Gleva Paul Golden Ronald Gori Thomas Grammes Leah Greenberg Patricia Hall Melvin Hamelsky Charles Harlierg Terry Harlacher Helen Haros Shirley Hart Judith Hayes Winifred Hearn Franklin Helm Dale Henderson Elizabeth Hicks Roberta Himmel William Hino Carol Horscroft James Hosfeld Carl Houseman David Howard James Hower Heinz Huhn David Hunscher Barbara Johnson Richard Jones Ray Joseph Irene Kasapyr James Kelyman Karla Kemmerer Jesse Kiefer Margaret King Kathleen Klammer George Knoll Gilbert Knupp Robert Kohler Richard Kosman Sandra Kuehner Patricia Kuti Joseph LaPenna Frank LaRosa Regina Lawrence Dong Lee Jutta Leheif Peter Lehr Larry Lewis Kathleen Leyh David Linaberry Clyde Marsteller Richard Martocci Eric Mauch James Mazza John McCarthy James Meixell Michael Miller Philip Miller Russell Miller Andrew Molchan Dwight Mowry Robert Moyer Jon Mueller Francis Mwihia Joel Nadler Barbara Nagy Charles Napravnik David Nause Beverly Needs Victor Novak Peter Odell Henry Ollwerther 48 Bartholomew Palenchar Lynn Pearce Florence Perry Robert' Perry Phyllis Peters George Petito Loretta Pinter Robert Preston Emily Price Carol Pursell William Pysher Joan Raidline Lester Remaley William Richter C. Marta Roberts Judith Robinson Neil Romanoff Robert Rothrock John Ruhio Neil Ruggiero Richard Rusk Philip Sabatine Gary Sandercock T. Richard Schaeffer Richard Schaffer Dorsey Schaible John Schantz Oliver Schenk Donald Schimmel Dale Schneck Albert Schneider Jay Scholl Frederick Schuster Jeanne Scott Alice Seitz Frank Senderak Carl Sewald Victor Shen John Shigo Barry Shollenberger Robert Shortell Harris Sibener John Siegfried Bonita Smith Ellen Smith Ronald Smith Joseph Stefanavage Janice Stever Grove Stoddard Charles Stoltz Jeanne Straccia Gary Straughan Margaret Stryer Judith Studwell Paul Sucansky JoAnn Sydorak Jerome Syrnons Andrew Taus Lauralee Thompson Arvid Thorsland Tibor Torma Nancy Trach Harry Trodahl Daniel Turner Nancy Ullrich Thomas Ulrich Larry Unangst Stanley Urevich Ivan Vadelund Thomas Vai-go John Viglione Robert Voelker Donald Vogel Randy Wagner John Waidner Barry Waldron Sandra Walker Philip Warnke Robert Wegelin Ronald Weirbach Donald Wetmore Larry Wetzel Joy Wheland John Williams W. Edward Williams Lillian Witte Ann Woltjen Joan Wood John Yarema John Yelovich William Yost Paul Zimmerman Theresa Zvitkovitz SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS L. to R.f J. Nadler-Treasurer, G. Billiard-Secretary, J. Fritz-Vice President, T. Ulrich-President. X, Sophomore boys watch their turtles race in Rau-Hassler. The Sophomore Class aids in the Freshman Ori- entation Program Which helps the new students in adjusting to Moravian College. During 1960-1961 the class sponsored a pep rally and dance in Sep- tember and held a dance in Johnston Hall prior to the Christmas vacation. Sophomores Kay Klammer and Emily Price help decorate for a, Johnston Hall dance. J' wr.:-. 49' vm wllwxllx- John Abramson Kenneth Alexander Sandra Anderko Peter Anderson Carol Apple Richard Atwell Andrea Aufder Heyde John Balliet Judith Bartoe Wesley Bassett Edna Beachum Edward Behum Charles Berger David Bethune Peter Bilan Simeon Blahut Harrie Blood Richard Bogert Craig Borst Eric Boswell Robert Bowen David Boyer Rosanne Bricker Warren Brill William Buffum James Burke Dorothy Cadwell C. Blake Carter Fred Cartier Walter Caswell Mary Cavanaugh Joseph Charles Gene Chontos Nancy Christensen Polly Clark Neil Clewell Lawrence A. Cohen Lawrence P. Cohen Kay Cornelius Bruce Coull Arthur Crane Terry Crouthamel Neill Crowley Marguerite Culp Howard Danner Nancy Davidson Dean Davis James Dean Vincent DelRe Francis Demko FRESHMAN John Demuth Margaret Dittmer Harry Dooley E. George Dorer Robert Dornblaser Thomas Dorn blaser Barbara Douvanis Ronald Dyson Carolyn Elek Roger Erb Philip Evans Meg Everett Barbara Feller David Field Barbara Finn Elizabeth Finn Marilyn Fish Rosalie Fodi Robert Fox Nancy Freeman Barton Friebolin Linda Garo Michael Gaughan John Gavin Sterling Geiger Veronica Gilbert William Gilbert Russell Goerlich Frank Grablachoff Gwynne Grey H. James Griffith William Griffith Arthur Grim Gerald Grimm Barbara Grindl William Grosh Barry Groves Roger Grubbs Glenda Grubman Douglas Hackman Richard Hafner Paul Hamlen Iwao Hanawa Gail Harpel David Hartman Ruth Haskey Louise Higgins Leonard Hillegass Gail Holstein Kenneth Holtje Lawrence Horinko John Howell Karen Huff William Ihrie Jeffrey Ingber Patricia lngerto James Insinga Stanley Iobst Jeffrey Jackson Donald Jacob Jack James Terry Jarvis Joy Ann Johnston Cynthia Judd Peggy Jurman Susan Jurman Ruth Karol Philip Katowitz W. Scott Kehs Hugh Kelly Stephen Kery Gary Kester Everett Kirschner Fred Kitchen Richard Kleppingfrl' Donald Kmita Luke Kochenberger John Kohl Susan Kovacs John Kozura Paul Kram Mary Beth Krater Marvin Kuntz Francis Kwiatek John Landis Ned Landis John LaRosa Connie Latch:-iw Karen Laubenstein Robert Lecher LeMar Leiser David Lisbon Patricia Long Henry Marpajung Timothy Marsden Domenic Martino Roseann McFadden Dennis Mclnerney SO CLASS James McMonagle Carolyn McMullen Robert Melchior Nicholas Menecola Peter Merluzzi Joseph Merola Edward Meyers Douglas Miller D. Gary Miller Frank Miller Roger Miller Susan Miller Carl Mincller Joseph Mitchell C. Richard Moller John Moore Judith Morecz Kenneth Morick Jack Muhr Robert Mushrush Kathy Musselman Lynne Nafash Stephen Nicholas William Opitz Suzanne Orth Karen Pennypacker Mary Perry Ray Pfeiffer Stuart Pott. Harold Poulton Albert Proctor Stephen Rayda Paul Reinhard Louise Reinsmith James Repasch John Reynolds David Richards Bruce Riegel Linda Rinker Richard Ritter Dennis Robison Carol Rockovits Thomas Rohland Charles Rowett John Sabin Linda Saderholm Theresa Saks Patricia Schillinger Robert Schneider Geoffrey Schwartz Michael Schwartz Steven Sculley Carl Seaman Andrew Semmel Robert Sharer Raymond Shine Chapin Smith George Smith G. Warren Smith Paul Sniscak Leonard Snyder Henry Solt Donna Stadinger Robert Stauffcr Gerald Still Susan Sussman Ann Tolliver Thomas Toth Reed Treible Joann Trotsky Calvin Troutman James Turnbach Dallas Vogel Victoria Vroom Marjorie Wallace Linda Warman Bryon Waterman Edward Weinhofer Richard Werkheiser Janice Whitfield David Wickmann Elinore. Wieand Edward Wilde Douglas Wilkins John Willis H. Richard Wilsey Eclwarcl Wolfsohn John Wright John Wukitch James Wyrtzen Sharon Yaeck Barbara Yoder Eileen Yuhasz Kathyann Zanelli Allen Zechrnan Alan Zeliff Alan Zelt Greta Ziegler Seated: S. Kovacs-Secretary. Standing: S. Scully-Vice President, W. Griffith--President, R. Karol-USG Represen- tative, A. Semmel-Treasurer. CLASS OFFICERS The Class of 1964 participated in the traditional Homecoming festivities with its Bonfire and Pajama Parade. The class also constructed a booth for the Spring Carnival. 'T' Frosh display their dinks, name tags, and kneehighs during hazing. wom' G Freshman men guard the future Homecoming bonfire. in F if ' .iff If l I " ' Sl Z!! X! jx' S Y f , 34:- L SK i 5 ix" w JH 1 1, ' xc X . : -R ,a, '- 'X , ' l- ' ' d -5 m" X X X 'VL -x K ,'f' g'E',4' x X X' X 's ' -W iff? "-- NX Qs L is Q- gfgggi U sb ab XX ' f f J -we f 4 ., 5 'S-N, - ,Q ' . R Q ' 1 X ,,. K f Q S -EH: 'gf ii 'Sf' K f ' X 44-"" "N K x ff, 53.11 X JN f 8 X '53 . il N - K N' ' 2 jf X! ' ff 7 X ff IZ 1 I w ff wx f X f' 1, A f f f A A N x Us nw pg Ig! ww NW H u'J f y ,Ry hu W Dx ' E , W' XMU Yu . ' Mm I A AIM N! I ll, s ' f X11 xii w 1, I EMM W n W4 'lxy fxj 'l'3MHMf 'QI"' , :""11 QW' 1 ,W mi' .N r' JW fwj ,ILM 'H4 X MM' f F H 'V 'H 'Wl M ',fM lm!" N V :,L !N'1T M111 l M NW' CTIVITIES 'N K X M X ' ,X pr tallaiif' X513-.4 USG members react in an amused manner to a point made by treasurer Tom Christianson. UNITED STUDENT GGVERNMENT President Jim MacDonald confers with advisor Dean H. T. D. Gillespie. The United Student Government is the gov- erning body of the students of Moravian Col- lege. It is composed of one representative from each member organization and from each of the classes on campus. The USG has the power to regulate, control, and supervise all extracurricular activities within the student body with the exception of social sororities and fraternities. Student organizations under USG gain their working capital through this organization and are required to submit monthly reports of ex- penditures. 1960-1961 Officers: Jim Naisby, Vice Presidentg Tom Chris- tianson, Treasurerg Jim MacDonald, Presidentg absent, Jeanne Scott, Secretary. 1-MI 1961-1962 Officers: Bob Garcia, Treasurerg Ron dePao1o, Presidentg Peter Gill, Vice Presidentg Jean Friedman, Secretary. First row: R. dePao1o, J. Friedman, R. Garcia, P. Gill. Second row: C. Canning, J. Leeb, J. Schlegel. Third row: K. Holtje, C. Merkel. Fourth row: F. Miller, J. Mac- Donald. SGCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE The Social Activities Committee is responsible for much' of the Moravian students' social life. This committee is appointed by the president of the United Student Government to serve for one school year. During 1960-1961 they ar- ranged the Homecoming and Christmas Dances, the Mardi Gras Dance, and the Senior Farewell Dance. The Homecoming Parade and all of the pep rallies were sponsored by SAC. Dean Sartwell greets A1 Applegate at the Home coming Dance. Seated: S. Kilpatrick, H. Sartwell. Standing: D. Lichtman-Co-Chairman, N. Roma- noff, J. Schlegel, J. Cavanagh. Absent: A. Applegate-Co-Chairman. 5 wal, 5 gm. Num ,, ,, :- an ., I ...s n . Q X U.. L. to R.: J. Knepper, A. Filler, N. Guritzsky-Chairman, J. DeBray, R. Welch, B. Hicks. WOMENS ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Class President Bill Griffith confers with Spring Carnival co-ordinators J, Knepper and J. MacDonald about the location of his class' booth. 57 The Women's Activity Committee's purpose is to strengthen the bond be- tween commuting and dormitory stu- dents. Members are chosen by the United Student Government. This year WAC held its Big and Little Sister Tea, sponsored two coffee hours in Johnston Hall, decorated tables for Family Day, and held the Christmas Din- ner for Women students. WAC sponsored a two-day Spring Festival Weekend this year. In addition to the traditional crowning of "Miss Moravian" on Sunday, a carnival was initiated for Saturday evening. PERMANENT ELECTIONS COMMITTEE The members of the Elections Committee are appointed by the United Student Govern- ment. The purpose of this committee is to conduct all student elections. During this past year, the Elections Com- mittee handled the elections of class offi- cers, Homecoming Queen, USG officers, and "Miss Moravian." A voting machine was procured for the election of the USG offi- cers so that the students might have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with this type of voting procedure. Neil Eskolin and Brian Kent officiate at the 1961 USG elections. Seated: N. Eskolin, E. Demuth, J. Studwell, J. Albrecht, J. Schlegel. Standing: B. Kent, B. Robertson-Chairman, D. Cornelius. Absent: S. Kromer-Clerk. l l 1 l , 'ti' l 'i 1 A A L U 5 Seated: H. T. D. Gillespie, S. Burger-Secretary, W. Needs-Chairman, Mrs. Kendall, B. Hooper. Standing: T. Rights, A. E. H. Gaumer, R. P. Snyder-Chairman, R. dePao1o. STUDENT UNIGN CGMMITTEE B. Roberts, B. Hooper, S. Burger, and T. Rights, student members of the committee, assist in the ground-breaking ceremonies. Three years ago the Student Union Com- mittee Was formed at the instruction of President Haupert. This committee has taken on the responsibility of formulating the constitution and government for the new Student Union Building during this past year. The Student Union Committee is com- posed of representatives from both the fac- ulty and the student body. The faculty members are appointed by President Hau- pert and the student members are appointed by the United Student Government. At the end of the year, the governing committees for the building were set up under the combined jurisdiction of the Student Union Committee and the United Student Government. 'W 5- . 60 CONCERT - MOVIE - LECTURE CDMMITTE The Concert - Movie - Lecture Committee is composed of four student members who are appointed by the United Student Government President, and three faculty members. This committee selects the movies and lec- tures that are presented to the student body. They worked in co-operation with the Beth- lehem Community Concert Series in present- ing four concerts: Branco Krsmanovich Chorus, Cassado and Hara, William Warfield, and the Indianapolis Symphony. "Mark Twain Tonight" a monologue by Hal Holbrook, was co-sponsored by this group in May. L. Burnett, R. Snyder-Chairman, W. Hearn. Absent: R. Schantz, R. Burcaw, J. Livengood-Chairman, D. Schimmel. -- CONVOCATIGNS CCMMITTEE The Convocations Committee consists of faculty appointed by the administration and students appointed by the United Student Government. Its main function is to plan or co-ordinate With student organiza- tions a monthly secular convo- cation. , L. to R.: G. Zeller, C. Geiman, D. Mor- row, D. Eichenhofer. Absent: R. Rob- erts-Chairman, R. Schantz, B. Kent- Chairman, J. Leeb. RELIGIGUS ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE The Religious Activities Committee has the responsibility of planning and carrying out the religious program of the college. The faculty members are appointed by Dr. Haupert, and the United Student Government approves the student members. The most important work of this committee is organizing Religion in Life Week. Dr. Edward Brubaker, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Englewood, New Jersey, was the guest this year. His visit to Moravian from March 6-9 included a talk in convo- cation, many meetings with discussion groups of students and faculty, and interviews with individuals. L. to R.: J. Machell, T. Jones, W. Miller, C. Harberg, H. Lewis - Dr. Brubaker discusses a question raised in one of the informal meetings. 61 Seated: K. Sepe, S. Perkins, J. Castellano-Chairman. Standing: M. Rader, H. Sartwell, I-I. Gillespie. DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE The Disciplinary Committee is a perma- nent committee of the United Student body. It is composed of the Dean of Instruction, Dean of Women, Dean of Men, and four members of the Student Body appointed by the president of the United Student Govern- ment. The Committee meets upon the call of the chairman when a student of the College has committed a serious infraction against the Co11ege's rules. As a courtesy extended to the student, each student is permitted, if he wishes, to speak in his defense and pre- sent information which might aid the Com- mittee in making a just decision. WOME 'S DGRMITQRY COUNCIL 4' I' Kneeling: J. deBray, M. Pfriemer, L. Burnett-Clerk, S. Perkins. Seated: A. Barnes, N. Guritzsky, H. Cadwell, E. Hicks, J. Thomas. Standing: M. Heney, S. Jurrnan, C. McMullen, M. Rettmann-Director of Residence, F. Mong, B. Snyder--President. -- up DORMITORY a C COUNCIL ,as ,:4. 5 v ,S ?WJi : 1:iwf W, :ngy seated: T. Jarvis, E. Mauch, '5' f E. Fry-Director of Resi- dence. Standing: J. Abram- son, F. Grablachoff, C. Rowett 63 Seated: B. Hooper, C. Geiman, N. Eskolin. Second row: R. Muth, Dr. Burkhart, A. Lippman, B. Staller. BQARD OF PUBLICATIGNS With the advent of WRMC, the campus radio station, the Board of Publications broadened its scope and assumed greater responsibilities as it took over supervision and co- ordination of the radio station as Well as the campus publications: The Comemlcm, Bemlgna, and Manuscript. The Board is composed of two faculty members and student representatives from each of the campus publica- tions, the radio station, and the journalism fraternity. All matters of policy, advertising rates, and financial matters are under the jurisdiction of the Board. The edi- tors and business managers of all the publications, as well as the station manager of the radio station, are appointed by the Board. 64 mzmuarripi The MANUSCRIPT which is published annually is the literary magazine of Moravian College. Its purpose is to give students an opportunity to publish creative Work in a student publication. Each year two members of the Freshman class are chosen to join the other six members of the editorial staff. Contributions selected for the 1961 edition were Written by the following: R. dePaolo, R. Ehrenberg, G. Jarvis, P. Katovvitz, T. Male, C. Marstellar, J. Moore, G. Stoddard, R. Stupak, D. Thomas, T. Wilde. Seated: B. Hooper, C. Lockheed, C. Geiman-Editor, S. Burger. Standing: F. Miller, J. Schlegel, R. Muth-Associate Editor, R. dePaolo. 65 ,I ' 1 U ' L. to R.: D. Gilbert,-Faculty Advisor, J. Schultheis-Business Manager, B. Hooper- Editor, C. Galle-Photography Editor, S. Burger-Associate Editor, W. Bennewis. BE IG Photography Editor Chester Galle Where can we use this? 66 menian 4192- MORAVIAN COLLEGE STUDENT WEEKLY Editor ............ ..... N eil P. Eskolin '61 Associate Editor ..,. ...Alan J. Lippman '61 Business Manager .... ..... D ennis Bleam '61 News Editor ....... ....... J ohn Schlegel '62 Co-Sports Editors ....... ...Thomas Fromhartz '62 Jay Scholl '63 Assistant News Editor... . .... ...... D ave Howard Feature Editor .......... .............. S tephanie Rights '62 Photo Editor ................................. Chester Galle '61 Advertising Manager ........,............. Cynthia Geiman '61 News Staff: Anne Barnes '63, Judy Bartoe '64, Ron DePao1o '63, David Fehnel '62, Robert Kohler '63, Jim MacDonald '61, Marta Roberts '63 Sports Staff: Warren Brill '64, Bob Fatzinger '61, George Fiegel '62, Ted Meixell '63, Bob Sallash '62, Gary Straughan '63, Paul Zimmerman '63 Feature Staff: Jean Friedman '63, Regina Lawrence '63, Ted Rights '61 Photography Staff: Donald Egli '63, Grove Stoddard '63 Copy Staff: Carol Altemose '62, Janet Gleva '62, Betty Hicks '63, Carol Horscroft '63, Joy Johnson '63, Irene Kasapyr '63 Advertising Staff: Dorothy Eagan '63, Carl Siegfried '61 Circulation Staff: Rosanne Bricker '64, Gwynne Grey '64, Mary Krater '64 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lloyd Burkhart Published at the Globe-Times Printery Member: Associated Collegiate Press: Intercollegiate Press: University Press Service 'fm' Cx r , 9' Q.. Associate Editor A.l Lippman confers with Editor Neil Eskolin. Seated? J- Schlegel, J- Scholl, D- Bleam, C. Geiman. Standing: A. Barnes, G. Holstein, R. Fatzinger, R. Andrews, G. Straughan, D. Howard, N. Eskolin, C. Galle. WRMC - 640 Seated: G. Banash, A. Zelt, W. Bennewis, D. Field. Standing: D. Wickman, C. Borst, D. Morrow, R. Kohler, B. Staller-Station Manager, C. Houseman, T. Apjohn, P. Odell. YE-: . sc..-nu-be f- f . Borst and Houseman broadcast "music to study by." The latest addition to campus activities was radio station WRMC which began broadcasting on March 1, 1961. Operating with a small staff, the station provided "music to study by," news programs, and commentary on national and campus topics. WRMC also broadcast home basketball and baseball games, and presented a series of review lectures for a few courses just prior to final exams. L. to R.: J. Friedman, C. Geiman, S. Kromer BOARD OF FINE ARTS The Board of Fine Arts is composed of rep- resentatives from Blackfriars and Alpha Psi Omega. The Board approves the budgets of each member organization, and submits a combined budget to United Student Government. 69 R Schantz-Director First Row: H. Solt, J. Naisby, R. Schantz-Director, R Joseph, R. Rierson. Second Row: J. Thomas, A. Woltjen S. Kromer, H. Georgeou, V. Vroom, E. Gallup, S. Perkins M. Rosenberg, G. Billiard, P. Fox, K. Zannelli, S. Yaeck N. Middleton, P. Dittmer. Third Row: C. Apple, S. Beitel, R. Bricker, K. Kemmerer, M. Fish, D. Lichtman, J. Bar- toe, S. Walker, H. Cadwell, L. Saderholm, M. Gehman L. Burnett, E. Demuth, B. Hooper. Fourth Row: K Briggs, H. Schlimm, D. Schimmel, R. Kohler, C. Stoltz S. Deysher, P. Graf, L. Warman, R. Spaugh, S. Kuehneri T. Christiansen, B. Kent, J. Merola, C. Siegfried, J. Frey- berger, R. Smith, J. Wrytzen, B. Waterman, B. Riegel. CHCIR lf 'I-E I 1 I l ' I M. Schantz-Accompanist vania. tions. Members of the Moravian College Choir are selected on the basis of annual auditions. The choir's reper toire contains music of many periods with emphasis on a cappella muslc In the fall of 1960 the choir Went to Camp Hope, New Jersey, where they spent hours in intensive prepa ration for the Christmas Concert Singing engagements included Christmas Vespers, various convo cations, a Spring Concert in John ston Hall, baccalaureate, commence ment, and trips to New York City Branchville, New Jersey, and Har risburg, Lititz, and York, Pennsvl During the school year an ensem ble, a small choral group of choir members, sang at numerous func The Choir rehearses at Camp Hope. The Choir sings during convocation. - A-V Y, M. W ilizfiiil? . so Q-f,-Qsfff. ' 4 N , , Mr. Schantz gives last minute instruc tions before a concert. E . - T l Tl 1. First row: M. Heney, C. Lohman, C. Geiman, J. Scott, A Zechman. Second row: P. Stryer, A. Barnes, V. Tinnes D. Morrow, P. Katowitz. Third row: K. Leyh, B. Nagyi .gg sl ...P H. Cadwell, J. Knepper. Absent: S. Kremer-President L. Waters-Secretary. BLACKFRIAR Student directors Cynthia Geiman, Don Morrow, and Jean Friedman. x N, h '1 ,.,Kg,,!,.g V . sf: Zfffif-,.li U' Blackfriars is the dramatics club on our campus. Its purpose is to give students an opportunity to Work in dramatic productions. This year Workshops were conducted to give interested students training in the art of staging productions. In April three one act plays were presented: "Sorry, Wrong Number, "The Mon- key's Paw," and "The Lesson." This year, for the first time, students were in charge of directing the plays under the guidance of Mr. Robert T. Bucaw. 72 Stage Manager Vicki Ann Tinnes and A1 Frable at work backstage. Maid Joan Mesko disapproves of Professor Phil Katawitz' methods of instructing stu- dent Bobbi Nagy in "The Lesson." Mother Susan Burger disputes the magic of the mon- key's paw with Father Dave Koch. Peggy Stryer attempts to call her husband during "Sorry, Wrong Number." MODERN LANGUAGE CLUBS GERMAN CLUB The main purpose of the German Club is to stimulate interest in the culture of Germany. This is accomplished through lectures, discus- sions, films, and recordings. This year a trip was taken to New York City Where the group visited the "Gemein Haus." In March they sponsored an evening of German games and dances for the student body. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club includes in its membership any Moravian student who has an interest in the culture of the Spanish speaking peoples. .This year's activities included a Christmas Party, a spring picnic with the German and French Clubs, and a booth in the Spring Ca1'nival. FRENCH CLUB Membership in the French Club includes any- one who is interested in French customs. This year the Club sponsored discussions of the French educational system, on Moliere, and on Guy de Maupassant. The Club Went to New York City Where they visited the French Quar- ter of New York University and saw a presen- tation of Racine's Britanmlcus by La Comedie Francaise. SPANISH CLUB Seated: M. Elias, M. Auffant. Standing: C. Lockhead, R. Mc- Fadden, S. Thomas, A. Fres- soli-Vice President, J. Al- brecht-President, E. Gergar, L. McHenry, T. Ardinger. Sr' " if GERMAN CLUB .. -i lk E. Demuth. FRENCH CLUB R. Roseman, M. Stryer, .T ton, J. Gleva. Seated: S, Beitel, J. Albany H. Schlimm, J. Leheis. Stand ingg First Row: E. Becker G Still, M. Everett, P. Mueller N. Trach, E. Price. Second Row: P. Clark, C. Bralg S Lambert-President, J. Fritz Mesco-President, J. Codding- Kneeling, L. to R.: E. Demuth, L. Thompson, C. Judd, C. Ekstrand, L. Kamu, T. Rights, M. Heney, M. Gehman, Smith, B. Yoder, J. Johnston, M. King. Standing, L. to S. Lambert. R.: R. Joseph, C. Siegfried, J. Demuth, S. Nicholas, G. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN ASSGCIATION The Campus Christian Association is a Christian interdenominational group striving for spiritual growth through Bible study, fel- lowship, and service. This year's activities included a debate on "Religion and Politics," student led discus- sions, Bible studies, lectures, a talk on mass media, and a discussion on "The Evolution of My Faith." The group visited the Blough Convalescent Home in Allentown. The CCA and Alpha Phi Omega sponsored a movie called "The Boy With the Green Hair." The profits Went to Heinz Weiss, a German orph- an, who has been partially supported by this organization since 1957. xl G. Ekstrand, T. Rohland, S. Lambert, and B. Needs build the CCA Booth for the Spring Carnival. First row: P. Graf-President. Second row: C. Harberg, W. Pfeiffer, F. Jones, T. Jones-Vice President. Third row: D. Wickmann, D. Davis, S. Nicholas, J. Watters, R. Moyer. Fourth row: T. Minor-Secretary, T. Jarvis, B. Pl Pi Mu Pre-Theological Fraternity seeks to maintain a spirit of communication among pre- theological students of all denominations through worship, discussions, and social events. It aims to foster spiritual development and to give its members a more complete understanding of their future Work. Riegel, B. Gilbert, K. Briggs. Fifth row: T. Barnola, G. Straughan, J. Dech, T. Christiansen, R. Evansen- Treasurer. Sixth row: B. Waterman, J. Wyrtzan, R. Joseph, T. Rights. MU This year Pi Mu conducted Saturday night discussion groups, Went on fall and spring re-- treats, participated in intramural basketball, held a Christmas Party for the residents of the King's Daughter Home, and held their annual Spring banquet during Senior Farewell Week- end. lr 'J9"'1- ,-4--V-9' 'V "J " A moment of relaxation on the retreat. Steve Nlcholas laments h1s predxcament 1n P1 Mu's second place Homecoming float 'CJ 1 POLITICAL ACTIVITIES CLUB Discussion after one of the several student-faculty debates held in the Quadrangle. First row: W. Yurchak-Treasurer, M. Sumner-Secre- tary, O. Shao-Advisor, H. Cordray-President. Second row: J. Leeb, E. Schultz, C. Canning. Third row: J. Cas- tellano, S. Miyagi, R. Rusk, D. Astheimer, M. Trethway, During this Election Year the Political Activities Club revived and became one of the most active clubs on this campus. Members are the students who are interested in practical politics. The PAC strives to- ward the goal of giving the students of Moravian College a greater insight and a more complete under- standing of the problems that are facing our nation. This year's activities included presidential candi- date Kennedy's visit, the debate of Senators Clark and Scott, participation in several student-faculty debates, Elkins Wetherill's visit in convocation, Gov- ernor LaWrence's visit, the "Mock Election," the No- vember ll Election Night Party, a trip to Washing- ton, the "Operation Abolition" movie and panel dis- cussion, the visit of James Gilatis who is a former FBI agent, the Foreign Policy Institute, and the formation of the Young Democratic and Republican Clubs on campus. D. Herold, A. Filler. Fourth row: G. Ehrlacher, J. Woch- ter. Fifth row: R. Altemose, R. Lipkin, T. Jones, J. Mc- Crudden, R. Welsh, R. Stupak. Sixth row: F. Jones, T. Minor, I. Vadelund, A. Burkot, B. Carter. 78 Time out for refreshments at the Election Night Party. -V-r JH PHESEEIENE ,.i..-sun: Ivan Vadelund questions the faculty panel about the Un-American Activities Com- mittee. Confident Kennedyites at the Election Night Party. Ron Stupak and Henry Cordray oversee the proceedings at the "Mock Election." First row: M. Trethway, S. Miyagi. Second row: S. Lambert, A. Zeliff. Third row: H. Marpajung, B. Gulyas, T. Torma, I. Hanawa. Fourth row: Dr. Shao, J. Leheis, R. Joseph. INTERNATIQNAL CLUB Students and faculty of Moravian College who are interested in developing a deeper under- standing of foreign cultures are members of the Moravian International Club. This year Henning Schleimm, a German stu- dent in Moravian Theological Seminary, pre- sented slides of Germany and spoke about the German culture. The group also had a party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Haupert where they played games and exchanged gifts. In February two members of the New York Tribune Forum spoke, to the club, about their homelands. A very important accomplishment of the club is the new part of the language laboratory where foreign students can learn to speak and read English. Rl-I0 ALPHA UPSILGN Rho Alpha Upsilon Science Society aims to stimulate an active interest in the natural sci- ences by 'means of extra-curricular activities. Membership is limited to students who have earned a minimum of twelve hours in the physi- cal sciences. V The main feature of this year's program was the four-day visit of Dr. Charles G. Wilbur, Director of Medical Research at the Army Chemical Center in Maryland. Dr. Wilbur inter- viewed students and presented a series of lec- tures, highlighted by a talk on "Chemical and Biological Warfare" which was delivered to an audience of students of the Lehigh Valley colleges. RAU Science members also presented Weekly film series, sponsored lectures, and participated in the Lehigh Valley Pre-Medical Banquet. The main social events of the year were the Christ- mas party and the annual picnic. First row: J. Shigo, J. Leeb, J. Elliott-President, A. E. H. Gaumer, K. Bergstresser. Second row: N. Ronianoff, T. Zvitkovitz, D. Eagan, M. Clewell, P. Kuti, R. Martocci. Third row: R. Preston, R. Neuhaus, P. Gill, H. Sebener, B. Gulyas, B. Palenchar, D. Nause. Fourth row: G. Fiegel, K. Holtje, D. Berger, D. Vogel, J. Nadler. First row: G. Zeller, S. Zeller, R. Preston, C. Canning, G. Bannash, D. Gilbert. Second row: D. Richards, C. Ruth, D. Evans-President, D. Astheimer. Third row: T. Ard- inger, G. Still, R. dePaolo. Fourth row: D. Cornelius, C. Troutman, L.. Davis, J. Demuth, H. Sibener. Fifth row: l F. Jones, S. Iobst, D. Morrow-Vice President, R. Perry. Sixth row: D. Hartman, C. Borst, J. Wright, D. Jacob- C. Secretary, D. Wilsey. Seventh row: K. Holtje-Treas- urer. Eighth row: B. Groves, F. Miller, S. Maczko-R. Secretary, K. Morick, D. Witrnore. ALPHA Pl-ll OMEGA In January 1960 Alpha Phi Omega Was estab- lished on the Moravian College campus by Myron Meilicke and Charles Canning. On May 9, 1961 the Nu Lambda chapter re- ceived their national charter at their installation ceremony. The National Eastern Vice President Mr. Froman presented the charter. The guest of honor and speaker was Mr. Frank R. Horton, the national founder. This year APO sponsored the "Ugly Man" contest to raise funds for the United Fund, participated in the Donkey Basketball Game to raise money for the Development Fund, helped decorate for school dances, checked coats, spon- sored a movie with the Campus Christian Asso- ciation to collect funds for the partial support of a German orphan, gave their annual dona- tion to the Pusan Children's Charity Hospital, Korea, and served as parking lot attendants for Spring Festival Carnival. Dean Gillespie accepts the Alpha Phi Omega national charter from national founder Frank Horton as Dr. S. Zeller, Charles Can- ning, and Scout Executive J. Wilcox Watch. Students buy tickets for the Donkey Basket- ball Game. LXH This is part of the APO student-faculty art exhibit. APO brothers teach swimming and life saving to Bethlehem Boy Scouts. v - ,- ' -N . '.eQ,f2..giF'iil 1 . Y ' ' Wm! lu" l, f 'ww 1 l , . "sas'fSl2fesgl11wl . , A 'Q' ' inazxzmyw , Dr. Sears and his daughter are asked for contributions in the Cancer Crusade by Robert Preston and Carter Ruth. rs: TAU SIGMA LAMBA First row: N. Ullrich, J. Scott, J. Wood, J. Studwell. Second row: E Price, J. Cruger, N. Freeman, J. Adams, J. Davis, L. Witte, M Tretheway. Tau Sigma Lambda service sorority was formed this year at Moravian to promote the ideals of friendship, lead- ership, and association among all women. This sorority provides service to its members, the student body, the faculty, and the community through its numerous projects. The new sorority has held two bake sales, sponsored a picnic for the chil- dren of the Wiley House, ushered at social functions, and helped to solicit for the Cancer Drive. ARCHAEGLGGY CLUB The members of the Moravian Ar- chaeology Club further their knowledge of history through museum trips, dis- cussions, and lectures. Each member of this group pre- sented a paper written in a field of interest during the year. In February the club spent a day in New York City visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Natural His- tory. The outstanding archaeologist, Dr. Cyrus Gordon, was sponsored in a convocation program by the Archae- ology Club. , Left to right: C. Aldersley, G. Ekstrand, B. Snyder, J. Moore N Trach, E. Demuth. First row: J. Pasco-President, R. Rusk-Vice President, R. Dietrich, R. Welsh, R. Kosman, G. Carvis, B. Canten, I. Vadelund-Treasurer, R. Stupak, G. Ehrlacher, C. Can- D. Henderson-Secretary. Fourth row: R. Miller, A. ning, T. Vargo, S. Miyagi, W. Pysher. Second row: R. Amici, C. Sewald, S. Urevich, R. Stauffer. Fifth row: Frey, A. Parente, R. Orbin, A. Proctor, R. Muth, T. A. Burkot, W. Yost. Garrity, D. Koch, J. Midernach. Third row: F. Fahs, VETERANS' ASSOCIATIO The Veterans' Association is an organiza- tion of former servicemen. The purpose of the association is to bring all the veterans together in close fellowship. The Vets ushered when Mr. Kennedy visited Moravian, and also sponsored the faculty-student political debates. They built a float for the Homecoming Parade, helped to decorate the gym for dances, participated in the I-F Variety Show, and built a booth for the Spring Carnival. The Vets sing "There Is Nothing Like a Dame" in the I-F Variety Show. First Row: W. Rinker, G. Still, B, Borst. T. Harlacher. W. Hino, M. Lansenderfer Second Row: R. Bedics, S. Maczko, G. Medei, D. Eichenhofer, D. Cornelius, D. Wet- more. S. Blahut. Third Row: J. Jacobs, R. Dietrich, J. McCrudden, C. Gilbert, J. Gavin D. Bleam, R. Herman. VARSITY CLUB Membership in the Varsity "M" Club is an honor auto- matically given to men who ,have participated and received a letter in one or more of the inter-collegiate sports. Managers are also eligible for membership. Each member is presented with a sweater. Subsequent awards given by the college athletic department include a pin, a greyhound statuette, and the coveted blanket, which signifies four years of participation. This year the Varsity "M" Club sold programs at all athletic events, ushered for important athletic events, and sponsored the annual Athletic Banquet in the spring. 86 WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Any girl who participates as a player or as a manager in a varsity sport or on play- day is eligible for membership in the Women's Athletic Association. This organi- zation seeks to encourage Women to partici- pate in all types, of sports and to foster ideals of good sportsmanship. In November the Women's Athletic As- sociation sponsored the "Olympics a la Mo" in which all girls participated for their respective classes. This year the WoInen's Athletic Association gave awards to the most valuable player in each girls' sport and to an outstanding senior woman in the field of athletics. First row: J. Davis. Second row: G. Ziegler, J. Studwell, J. Albrecht, N. Ullrich, P. Peters. Third row: B. Douvanis, J. Raidline, B. Dickman, J. Clay, B. Smith, S. Dey- sher, S. Kuehner, P. Peters. Fourth row: S. Yaeck, A. Filler, S. Yaeck. Standing: D. Richards, D. Berger, D. Morrow, C. Can- ning, K. Holtje, B. Nagy-Secretary, R. Freed, J. Jacob, B. Gulyas-Treasurer, J. Gavin, T. Apjohn. Seated: R. V l l Preston, N. Freeman, G. Ziegler, M. Tretheway, J. James, W. Smith. Absent: C. Aldersley-President. MORAVIAN GRGTTO An organization devoted to the advancement of the science of speleology and to the promotion of fellowship among spelunkers, Moravian Grotto has been active during the past year in the ex- ploration and mapping of caves in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Moravian Grotto was the first to explore and map Leigh's Cave near Lebanon, New Jersey. The members of Grotto also explored several Pennsylvania caves and made two long trips to the big cave country of Virginia. Membership consists of Moravian College students or faculty members in reasonable physical condition who have a general interest in the out-of-doors and who want to do something out of the ordinary. EPSILO BETA ALPHA Epsilon Beta Alpha, the Moravian College business fraternity, is composed of students who are majoring in economics and business admin- istration. Through Epsilon Beta Alpha, the members seek to understand the practical aspects of business and economic problems and to ad- First row: J. Gehman, V. Arnold-Secretary, R. Mat- thews-Treasurer, K. Sepe-Vice President, G. Medei- President. Second row: D. Cornelius, M. Lansenderfer, W. Yurchak, R. Garcia, R. Fatzinger, J. Jacob. Third row: D. Turner, D. Bleam, C. Merkel, D. Ryan, J. Mc- vance the study and specialization needed in business and economics today. This year Epsilon Beta took field trips to two corporations in Philadelphia and to the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. A highlight of the year was the annual clam-bake. Crudden. Fourth row: B. Robertson, R. Orbin, R. Braun, T. Schmoyer, D. Fehnel, J. Neiberger. Fifth row: L. Amici, R. Solt, C. Paddock, M. Kissel. Sixth row: D. Evans, D. Frey, F. Fahs, T. Foley, M. Kislow, J. Layton, C. Gilbert. First row: E. Schultz, D. Ryan-Secretary, D. Astheimer, R. Rathbun. Second row: J. Olson, R. Bedics, R. Muth, G. Carvis, C. Guerrieri, T. Ardinger. Third row: J . Kritis, D. Wentz, J. McCrudden, S. Maczko, D. Koch. Fourth row: W. Yost. Absent: M. Gonsalves-President. n KAPPA Pl-Il KAPPA Kappa Phi Kappa is the National Honorary education fraternity at Moravian. Male educa- tion majors Who have completed several educa- tion courses are eligible for membership. Kappa Phi Kappa seeks to develop a professional atti- tude among its members. During this year Kappa Phi Kappa conducted its regular initiation and attended the lecture by Dr. Rebecca Stewart, sponsored by Kappa Delta Epsilon. KAPPA DELTA EPSILG Kappa Delta Epsilon is the national honorary education sorority at Moravian. Women students who have completed a minimum of two education courses are eligible for membership. Kappa Delta Epsilon aims to further an understanding of the teaching profession and to bring educa- First row: J. Cavanagh, S. Kuehner, K. McCann-Treas- urer, E. Freudenberger, L. Waters. Second row: A. Fresoli, E. Gergar, L. Carl, B. Senneca, S. Perkins, A. Ramer, S. Thomas. Third row: J. Thomas, S. Elliott, S. English, M. Heney, M. Pfriemer, C. Lohman, R. Welch, tion majors into closer contact With each other. In addition to regular business meetings and fall and spring initiations, Kappa Delta Epsilon sponsored a lecture, "Discipline Across the Board" by Dr. Rebecca Stewart, elementary supervisor for the Bethlehem Public Schools. G. Ekstrand, B. Hooper. Fourth row: D. Herold-Vice President, S. Lambert, H. Georgeou, J. Mesko, R. Rose- man, F. Becker, A. Filler, S. Yaeck, N. Guritzsky, N. Warren, E. Demuth. Absent: M. Ammend-President, M. Dugan-Secretary. My gl is, .Ml-, 7 Q First row: S. Burger, W. Bennewis. Second row: V. Tinnes, S. Kromer, C. Geiman. First row: D. Koch. Second row: N. Middleton, M. Rosenberg. Third row: J. Schlegel, S. Astbury, J. Tracy, T. Schmoyer. Fourth row: S. Rubens, J. Clay, J. Freeman, J. Albrecht. Fifth row: T. Christiansen, Dr. Machell. 92 ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is the national hon-- orary dramatics fraternity at Moravian. Membership is awarded to those people who have participated in a certain num- ber of dramatic productions on campus. The purpose of Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities. MU SIGMA SIGMA Mu Sigma Sigma is the Sociological Society of Moravian. Members of the society are those who have completed twelve credit hours in sociology or are sociology majors. The society was organ- ized to provide stimulation of interest in the various fields of sociology. Mr. Johnson of our faculty and Miss Eleanor Schaeffer of the Bethlehem Committee on Alcoholism spoke .to them. They took a field trip to two reform schools, and they sponsored a play called "Decision" CD- -4 Left to Right: R. Stupak, C. Braig, E. Schultz, T. Jones, W. Bergstresser, S. Beitel, W. Yurchak, C. Geiman, C. Galle, M. Stryer, S. Burger. '11 PHI SIGMA TAU Mr. Ridge, Terry Jones and Mr. Tyler continue the discussion after meeting in the Emsee Annex. -,- .....-..l?:- ' H Hfmveiiktz-J :S - - .-.. , A Q, fl are be . .Q f:av,i,': , 'N mn, ,I ' ff gig. :ff-,gwfg1,,,,?gH 1 .W ,, , l .- .? ,.5- , Q W V 'v gms wp, 5 ,,.gg.::1 X" at .. E , m Sie: ,, gt 1 93 Outstanding students of phil.- osophy are invited to join Phi Sigma Tau. The purpose of this group is to promote in- terest in philosophy among the faculty and student body. They held debates and dis- cussions between students, fac- ulty members, and guests. Throughout the year Dr. Mc- Connell, Mr. Ridge, Dr. Shao, Dr. Gaumer, Mr. Cox, Dean Couillard and Dr. Heller have participated in the club's pro- grams. Pi Delta Epsilon is the national hon-- orary collegiate journalism fraternity. Those students who have made out- standing contributions to journalism on this campus are selected for mem- bership. The fraternity sold the programs for the home wrestling matches this year. They also held an initiation banquet on May 11 with guest speaker J. Strohmeyer, editor of the Bethlehem Globe Times. First Row: C. Geiman, R. Roseman-Secretary Treasurer. Second Row: J. MacDonald, N. Esko- lin-President. Third Row: L. Burkhardt, R. Rathbun. Fourth Row: R. Hartzel, C. Galle. Pl DELTA EPSILON First Row: J. Schlegel, R. Sallash, S. Burger, S-. Rights, B. Hooper, R. Muth. Second Row: J. Schultheis, D. Bleam, G. Fiegel, J. Scholl, G. Stoddard. 94 TRIANGLE HO OR SOCIETY Triangle Honor Society selects as members those students who have shown outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service to the school. Faculty members who have shown leadership, service to the school, and inspiration to the students are also selected for membership. In November, Triangle co-sponsored the annual Family Day. The Triangle tapping ceremony was conducted during an all-student convocation in December. Triangle also co-sponsored the Spring Carnival. First Row: J. Cavanagh, S. Zeller, R. Burcaw, J. Mac Yaeck R Stupak J Castellano N Escolm T Jones R Donald-President, C. Geiman. Second Row, L. to R 'G Fatzinger G Medei J Schlegel J Albrecht 3355 'S- I W 'W 'i!'t'Qaw"" is--. -Erie?-' all 1 - ' I 'R QSLQQ-'1 'QR xi' it X Nia" 'Qi ' -at fc- ' Q Seated: J. Raidline, J. Cavanagh-President, S. Yaeck. Standing: C. Gelman B D1ck man, D. Herold. INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL The Inter-Sorority Council is a coordinating body for Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Mu Epsilon. Each sorority elects three representatives. The most important duty of this council is the control of events pertaining to sorority rushing. In the fall Women from each sorority participated in the Inter-Sorority Informal party which is the new Women students' first introduction to sorority life. The Inter- Sorority Formal is a Spring dance under the supervision of this council. 96 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Fraternal activities are governed by the Inter-Fraternity Council which consists of two members from each social fraternity. It provides a liaison between the fraternities, and between the college and the fraternities. This year this group sponsored the Inter-Fraternity Danceg provided the scholarship, athletic, and house deco- ration trophies for the fraternitiesg and sponsored the Inter-Fraternity Variety Show. Seated: W. Rinker, K. Walsh. Standing: D. Fehnel, P. Boyle, J. Schlegel. Absent: J. Kritis-President. -.a - - . -sw - nur-Af. . ,.v. .-- ,. ., 4. i. , , ,V ...I Y Y Hu nil. .r 97 First Row: J. Mesko, S. Yaeck, J. Albrecht. Second Row: S. Rubens, J. Albrecht, K. Graves, L. McHenry, M. Pfriemer, S. Thomas, N. Middleton, A. Filler, L. Carl. Third Row: Pappas, R. Torok, M. Roberts, N. Guritzky, B. Johnson, G. Poulos, J. deBray, G. Mellto, K. Kaprelian, S. Elliott, C. Lockhead. Fourth Row: J. Gleva, B. Nagy, S. Astbury, J. Davis, N. Warren, J. Raidline, K. McCann, B. Dickman, J. Clay. ALPHA EP ILO Pl During this school year Alpha Epsilon Pi had a Home- coming Tea for alumnae, participated in the Homecoming Parade, had a Christmas Open House, and co-sponsored a dinner and picnic with Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity of Lehigh University. This sorority also held informal and formal rushing parties, and participated in the I-S In- formal party and the I-S Formal dance. Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi received third prize in the I-F Variety Show. 98 ,-. 1---- - -Z Q- Z-3.41-1 -.f .Y 3 - -' -ss- Q 1 i' 1- 'f B .1 rf, 1 Nfl is 1' .,,-1' 1 i A -154 11 i OFFICERS L. to R.: I. Kasapyr-Corresponding Secretary, J. A1 brecht-Vice President, W. Bennewis-Recording Secre tary, S. Yaeck-President. Absent: J. Mesko-Treas- Ul'6I'. First Row: L. Higgins, J. Whitfield, S. Yaeck, J. Morecz. Second Row: R. Karol, B. Finn, L. Reinsmith, J. Johnston, G. Grey, N. Christensen. Third Row: K. Cavanaugh, S. Anderko, P. Long, K. Pennypacker, C. Lohman, E. Finn, P. Stryer, A. Barnes, J. Coddington, D. Stadinger, K. Huff. 99 asf--Fm, ff' A fv- mttfbetugii i The sisters entertain at their Christmas Open House. 45 "W f',i'cs'tgs. The Purple People-eater was AEPi's entry in the Snow Sculpture Contest. - Third prize winners Anita Filler and Sandra Yaeck perform a skit called "The Ugly Kid" in the I-F Variety Show. IO0 iii Fiii Judy Clay and Marcee Ammend entertain in the Informal Rushing Program. ,neu ',. '15 -'E-.-SP7 I7-if f-. -. ,g.- fi!- Q K . 'V '- T ' 15,6 'T-. V- J .wg ,o . I '63 Ms, .,-'1 -' 7 h ' 'ff 'fli' f 'Ir""' ' . aQQ.ff. ' ff..w.m, U, 4' k... -,s.,, . , ,,,!,v,.. fi ,. .--C .,::,-:af 'LJ-' -. 1 in 45. ' -2' ' ,,,-,1. -Q5 - wa n. ff" . vii ...r,3JQ5g-f- V ' ,.jW.11 fi, --1?:9.5j-, ', W aiifg' f fu' , ,za .x-.Q N ,Q Q, ...M ,.i,, .iq ,Wy if Mn. . my .. J .M ik? VPVVZQQV 'i , , -- ow.. , Y... +. ' ,, .wiki naw if. ' .,. 1 : ,Q yo, Q . :gwm iiwgzivfr QQ,-4' " 2 .Q 'ag,.-asggffqfwgss gag' f , -my 'Bei 'i la? .-'SW' 13 55 fi NU " i ' 'I 233 NG, Q W x . l il or I.. " n 'TJ' ,f ' " " ' 1 w .W K R' ' X N' .," , .N V4 1' : xl X ,An EW. "L ' l'WN"lX'lnY ll gig, EK fsesnw-v' 'fi ,, A ', VH., 'iff V15 J" 'i uf, l l ,Xl "r 1' NX 1 Q .J al fi, il 'xi' Il K l . Xllfx U Rushee Carol Lohman takes her turn on the Alpha Epsilon Pi slide. '-sf. C' 'fn gf! 1. I . - Qu' . Q. -MQ Rushees dining at the formal dinner. IO! First Row: W. Hearn, W. Wright, J. Cavanagh, E. Freudenberger, J. Friedman. Second Row A. Woltjen, S. Perkins, N. Trach, B. Senneca E. Demuth, K. Klammer, E. Price. Third Row C. Geiman, L. Smull, R. Roseman, S. Gares, B. f" Hicks, S. Burger, G. Billiard, G. Ekstrand, J. Freeman. Fourth Row: S. English, F. Becker, A. Ramer, H. Georgeou, D. Herold, B. Stefana- vage, J. Knepper, M. Gehman, B. Hooper, L. Burnett, F. Mong. PHI MU EPSILO This year Phi Mu Epsilon sponsored a Homecoming Tea for alumnae, participated in the Homecoming Parade, held a fall dance, and held a Christmas Open House. Informal and formal rushing parties were held in the Spring, and the Sisters participated in the I-S Informal party and the I-S Formal dance. They joined with Sigma Phi Omega in entertaining Wiley House orphans and had a booth in the Spring Carnival. lO2 Xe OFFICERS First Row: W. Hearn-Corresponding Secretary, J Cavanagh-President, E. Freudenberger-Vice Presi dent. Second Row: J. Friedman-Recording Secretary W. Wright-Treasurer. First Row: E. Gergar, S. Sussman, L. Waters, P. Fox, M. Rosenberg. Second Row: ' R. LaVan, K. Leyh, K. Zanelli, C. Rockovits, K. Cornelius, B. House. Third Row: S Kovacs, L. Rinker, J. Sydorak, S. Deysher, L. Warman, S. Kuehner, P. Cadwell. . 1 K' ,- 103 Peters, Peggy Dittmer signs the guest book at Christmas Open House. Second place was awarded the sisters for "Mr. Flintstone and his Dinosaur" in the Snow Sculpture Contest. The sisters constructing their booth for the Spring Carnival. June Brong and Barbara Stevanavage do a soft shoe dance in the Informal Rushing Party. Wm... V. -iw?-Q U, M Q 1 Rushees are served dinner on the S.S. Phi Mu fRod Evansen servingj. -. Pennsylvania Dutch farmers Judy liard entertaining the rushees. if :vgia ,i ,r , 4 , ' x " Eg- Aw" ., ff' MPN ff' Sylvia Perkins washing that man right out of her hair. Cavanagh and Genie Bil- v I , Y . Qt. 3 , . 1 ? - , ig BROTHERS IX. Ml ..c. First Row: J. MacDonald, W. Needs, B. Roh- ertson, J. Castellano, J. Gannon, G. Stoddard Second Row: J. McCrudden, T. McHale, S. Maczko, R. Foltan, W. Kruszewski, J. Tracy, W. Koenig, N. Foley. Third Row: T. Meixell, D. Eikenhofer, C. Glazier, J. Naisby, D. How- ard, R. dePaolo. Fourth Row: J. Kelyman, G. :rg 99 gen- Medei, B. Schulanburger, J. Stefanavage, D Turner, K. Walsh. Fifth Row: J. Fritz, T Ulrich, J. Olson, G. Sandercock, J. Yarima Sixth Row: M. Lansanderfer, D. Newall, V Arnold, H. Matthews, G. Jani, C. Merkel, D Wentz, D. Louis, A. Frabel, B. Medei. Sev- enth Row: R. Trinley, B. Hill, K. Sepe, B. Gaal OMICRO ,GAMMA OMEGA The Omicron Gamma Omega Fraternity moved into their new house in the fall and displayed it to visitors after the home football games. They took their eighth 'first prize in ten years for their Homecoming float, and Won first prize in the I-F Variety Show. They took first prizes in the I-F Pool Tournament, in the Bowling League, and in the Intramural Basketball Tournament. They sponsored the first Lehigh Valley I-F Basketball Tourna- ment, and Won the championship themselves. The broth- ers filled Christmas baskets for needy families, and took crippled children to home basketball games. 106 '45 :QS- ,.. OFFICERS L. to R.: J. Gannon-Treasurer, D. Turner-Assistant Treas- urer, B. Robertson-President, W. Needs-Vice President, J. Castellano-Secretary. First Row: M. Garcia, J. Landis, D. Mowrey, J. Morola, R. Bedics. Second Row: R. M.. Pastir, H. Dooley, B. Friebolin, P. Reinhard, R. Mushrush, S. G'1b t. Th' d R : F. Grablachoff, E, Mauch, C. Stoltz, R, Lecher, J. Roseman. 1 er lr ow WF" Fifi! L Q U' ' ' " ' sa- A ,U ' ' .V f ii N 4 -- ' l - , E "Ja 107 my L L 54,3 ,, , k jnfr , I, H. f' if WJ gififf ff.: ' " WAS 'UM u A u H you ,mm x w 1 w 'u H 1,..,,. Q HA, .. The OGO's first prize Homecoming Float Mail Call 108 1 'rr-if OGO President Bruce Robertson accepts the trophies for Intramural bowling and softball from I-F President Jim Kritis. Y' 4 I fm . A I' Some of the brothers pack Christmas baskets for needy families IO9 J I A ii., BROTHERS First Row: P. Gill, J. DeCesare, D. Morrow, C. Paddock. Second Row: D. Evans, R. Neuhaus, R. Garcia, D. Ryan, M. Trumbore. Third Row: M. Kissel, T. Schmoyer, R. Andrews. Fourth Row: R. Nagle, R. Rothrock, W. Rinker, D. Cornelius. Fifth Row: Ili. ggagner, D. Bleam, R. Preston, D. Linaberry, J. Trodahl, F. Stocker, R. Smith, . ap. SIGMA PHI OMEGA Sigma Phi Omega was begun five years ago on the Moravian Campus. This year, under the leadership of John DeCesare, Sigma Phi Omega was again awarded the scholarship trophy for having the highest scholastic average among the three fraternities. During I-F weekend Sigma Phi Omega Won the trophy for having the best house decora- tions. In April the children from the Wiley House were entertained by members of Sigma Phi Omega and Phi Mu Epsilon at an Easter party. HO 'ia se: " in OFFICERS Seated: P. Gill-Secretary. Standing: J. DeCesare-Presi dent, C. Paddock-Treasurer. Absent: D. Morrow-Vice I President. First Row: P. Evans, C. Berger. Second Row: C. Borst, G. Smith, D. Astheimer. Third Row: T. Torma, R. Nagle, W. Smith, C. Aldersley. Fourth Row: J. McCarty. Ill I I V x. Xi. 'S' ' '. ' K s YR The brothers building their Homecoming Float Chow many were bui1ding?J. X .J The brothers at work on their Spring Carnival booth fwithout nai1s?J. XX, w ',. 1 I - f i x X , 5 2 W -0, A-1. "' er-mmf n if' 1' is ft . f "if ' f'--,J ' ,x '4+ Fo'oTEsHLL some e John DeCesare accepts the first prize trophy for I-F Weekend house decorations from President Kritis. 113 The Sigma Phi Omega brothers won first place for their I-F house deco- rations. ' SPO's entry in the Snow Sculpture contest. FRATERS First Row: J. Schultheis-Treasurer, J. Elli- ott-Vice President, J. Leeb-Historian, A. Lipkin-President, F. Donatelli-Secretary, P. Dorozlowski-Chaplain, N. Eskolin, D. Coe. Second Row: R. Frack, J. Viglione, G. Mars- teller, J. Jacob, R. Rathbun, R. Fatzinger, T. Fromhartz. Third Row: R. Frey, J. Neiber- ger, N. Romanoff. Fourth Row: J. Scholl, J Schlegel, T. Grammes, R. Narzisi, F. Sen- derak, J. McCarthy, L. Halley. Fifth Row: R. Freed, L. Amici, D. Berger, D. Fehnel, T. Buschbaum, B. Cummings. Sixth Row:. C. Ruth, P. Warnke, B. Palenchar. Last Row: J. Bregman, D. Larish, J. Nadler, G. Fiegel, R. Muth, J. Shigo, A. Finnegan, W. Ayde- lotte, J. Mazza, J. Kiefer, L. Lewis. AU KAPPA EPSILO Epsilon Gamma Chapter of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity is the only national social organization on campus. During this year the fraters gave a party for the chil- dren from the Sacred Heart Orphanage of Coopersburg. They Won first prizes for house decorations at Homecom- ing, in the Snow Sculpture Contest, with their statue of "Yogi Bear," also won an award in the Spring Carnival for making the largest amount of money for the Student Union Building Fund. They took second places in the I-F Variety Show and in the Lehigh Valley Inter-fraternity Basketball Tournament. I I4 1961-1962 QFFICERS Kneeling: G. Marsteller-Sergeant at Armsg J. Schultheis-Treasurer. Standing: T. Fromhartz -Historian, D. Coe-President, J. Malloy-Vice President, L. Halley-Secretary. Absent: J. Nadler-Chaplain, T. Grammes-Pledge Trainer. First Row: J. Freyberger, J. Insigna, S. Sculley, J. Abramson, J. Kozura, L. Snyder. Second Row: S. Moskowitz, J. Ingber, J. Mueller, J. Muhr. Third Row: E. Wolfsohn, J. James, P. Lehr, L. Cohen. Fourth Row: B. Waldron, W. Richter. Fifth Row: R. Goerlich. Some TKE's ride on their float in the Homecoming Parade. First prize TKE Homecoming deco rations welcome back alumni. Bob Lipkin accepts the In- tramural Football Award for TKE from I-F Presi- dent Kritis. Yogi Bear and Boo Boo" won first prize in the APO Snow Sculpturing Contest The TKE Quartet won second prize in the I-F Variety Show. Ci 11,3 Q- :I FCE: f , X V lx X X ' x X X E S Z 'fb 6 fa XXX X, 'I 'N V XX X Q X xxx A xx gall-I -J -gl HRX 5 , T, g L4 SQ -lu 1 fl ' X -5 XXX Xxx X A i- n Q g EQ .sy W XXX XX , my S KN :Ss XY 3 x X ' , N .-i..f--- I E O M Tx 0 Q 0 gif C13 'D ' I 1 L W W1 ! A B 6 L M: 4 ,J -EELLY Y 1 N I 'W it i P gif 1 um MW it W L 1- F QW' I ' 5 Ashraf ,lg ,, :ii-"S" Ng Ju. -?.. M ,jf V - f W ll' Wjjif' STUDENT , ff, If ,- W mi w ll, f, X ,Z 2 4 . I X A I i ff f : f f w f I " ,flf-'iff ffl . J '7 X 2 N.:- I fr- " Y V iz L. 1 ' n- If n '-- 1 , -.Fw " I, Q K i -4 X ff ,, r 1 I I, Q Vx ff qi-..1..l.. 'E LIFE -L.-l- ,- ,l1.T1...L This is Where all of it took place... , 1 ' 1.,, P112 1 'nit-1 . i -AF , . , ' ,. U rf 'j-lg w X J., . . ,A ,N A Mg . 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W if - .A 'Y , ' 'fm p I, ' Filggf if V , - Y ' ij! .. "" fi My W H N. W,,..,...,... H. H F 51 M4-4 A ., . N H m m 11 m 1 , : E ' Im 1 ww! f wiul , , xM' 5gff H HLA- "' N . muw,s lg"1lg, m H , 1, - 1, ' X 2221154- -. ll? .E - X: img - , . w 3 5 Don't let the food Hey there I Dee goes domestic! itch you smiling. 1 I Good news F, A 1 fz i hllueg VM 1 Q 1 Familiar view from South Campus ,Y This is the way the Class of '62 won the Olympics a la Mo. Sophs educatl Sophomores battle . . ,X 'Nm . . W.: ., Frosh the Freshmen The Homecoming Bonfire Don't let us stop you-keep decorating. , ,g V- Y ,V . - '-+1gg22.vEQx.gun,"'W A H' M! s nh Worker and assistant Homecoming Queen Joan,Albrecht with her court. ' r Chatting Help yourself The 1960 Election hits the campus. Ng, .- Better luck in YQ,9'34,fgE '64, Hank. ' " 'I Gilbert lectures on Kennedy. , if gg i ? Even Comemus helped campaign Mock election balloting ,Sim yn!! OFFICE OF THE VlCE PRESIDENT NIlASn-4 .P15'5'1 October ZZ, V360 To the Students of Moravian College: iweicorne this opportunity to send greetings to you as dvlce from the you hold your mock eiection. As Lung as young Americans top. maintain such an interest we can be sure that our count-ry wiil continue to have the good government which oniy a. free peopie can provide. So one has a greater stake in the future of our nation than you do, and for this reason I urge that you have these major issues in mind as you make your 'decision in this mock election: "Which of the candidates, on tkiebasis of their experience and the principles for which they stand, i do you beiieve can best provide the kind of leader'- ship that will keep the peace for America without surrender, and wili extend freedom throughout the world?" ' "Which oi the candidates can best insure continuation of the prosperity wc have enjoyed under the present Administration where more Americans are at work earning more , spending more, saving more, in- vesting more and buiiding more than ever before in D our history?" 1' Shao pos ES "Which oi the candidates places primary reliance not upon an increasingly powerful central government but upon the initiative and capabilities oi the peopie Eur progress in America?" i hope that vov.: give the most thoughtful consideration to th-:se iss-,ses .xzzfl that you -4-'tii decide to cast. your moe! e1l'r'ior. blxiiot for the i-Znwn-Lodge ticket. ',s'z:3- wishes, I I I t . . ,H-.ard biixon EW f H2 . Y' 1, n ,S M swim 'N ,, , X ""iS'6lt.'i Senato r Clark speaks While GOVGTHO . r Lax wlth Studentslfrence chats the Clark-Scott debate. M., How we waited for Kennedy's victory. FUR Aiwa? "W" Qi 'fr -- F xtor Scott gets ready to rebute. l35 "I am for Kennedy because V T 3.-f V' sl V ' ' ,.., 1- -:za- VV , VV VV XVVMVN V I , -gg F ,Mm ,V M V ,,M.. KL ..,,,-V, in ., ... .M mum . ,Q X , VV , . . ,, ,. f?,.,- 5: Y-.-' ' -qw if ' Y" +T'fv'1f if irq ' T' Ex "" ' iw. lm ui 1. ,M VM V 1 -.-.-- xxww VK V' -u V -nz ,V ' f. xmf Mwww . M55 5, 2305515595 L 'Q f .1 . A F , 1 ,JW RQ ' iii '- QV ' , Ek Ag, , ' - ' ' K W' '-- - '-- Qif"lf...'F2'?i?5i5szf 7""K-ISIS gm, 3? V Z " ' I VA if ' V ' 3 371222 - h ifi' ' V .f?122L"" -in f ' '455' 5 L 222' 4 - , . - by A : " ' 1 :ggi 5' SV I ,' - : L'x1:Q'f:- In , ,. , . ,, ' , VV VV 1 ' 17 2- f f i Q 3 ' Q. ffggfff ' I ' I' , , ' , ii". - PM v',i :Q - - ,, V , . " 'I - ' 'H ' If' iw " 1 I 5 "' 1 1- y 1 , r tg Q, -V4 fi. f ig V 131, -V3. 5 3 , V y 531. V 1 VV- EV- -5 ,W V' fc ,L 1,5 . 1.V V gf '- L- 1, -- ,- -V V .A ,-.., . V 14- - V ,VV i- ' ' v V .V -.:,'- Y ' -2: lb ' gl -A in w ' Q Q - . ' Vg 11'-,f,: ,J w ,. 1- ,- . A -V En, -,-.-. 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' V ' L ' V T " If " ' 1 " ,Aa .vhlgg xt 1 Q-.J , in if T 6-'JL-,V . if ka, 1 . , Q- ,lu if ' ' W Cf E 'fy I ff- 1 5 .ay ' Nw 5 I c ff The New Frontier at Moravian Politics played an important part in our school year and Kennedy's visit to the Moravian College Campus was a hightlight in the vigorous campaign. Crowds of students, steelworkers, interested citizens gathered early for a chance to see the local, state, and national figures in the Democratic Party. Participants in the rally added color, interest, and confusion to the day. l37 It wasn th e when I drove 1 "There's my p1ct re on page 50" saws H, H :K .im H -kgs ,, ?5fT5i5'V5"5i m,.:.'S2.1 Stupak campaigns. , SS' ix X aff Stupak wins fw- I-F Queen Sue Kovacs is applauded by runners up and escorts at the Inter-Fraternity Dance. Between dances ' .R 35?3l5i'q,1x'E531"'- we 3 155, l What is a dance without a photographer ? 140 K Y Silent Night" "Deck the Halls "O Tannenbaumv l4I Christmas at the Haupert's. The Haupert's Putz l42 jg-u----- Christmas on Sou Campus I43 It's about time for Christmas Vespers. But they told me that that section was still open! gsvfvnpwp- 44 Rocky's Rocks Does it check? 'Students are expected to spend a half hour a week in the language lab." Research XX LW i ,Cd ,M . 1 , vLi.',g""?-W ig , ,.X ,. XX X is be W ff f fm . .- M: MH, 'wwf 51 J .4 A. 3 . nf 9 K 1747? ' " ' M: ' E xg'-3' , , , f Q33 H H W W Affx- H.-2 71 ?' Q . - Q. M X 9 .X 'E . 124 A Sf , I' ki 3 " 1 84 L - k 8 .f ' ' " sn. A uw Egg L X, LE w, Eg 5 Mi . 15.7 H im X V , A QE5 .9-. 7 .W.. : 47.2 1 '1 'E' 5 . 1 Qc -, Q, . ' Q 1 H x an :Q . X, , .w- v ,- L 9 S ffvwalf- V' Jaffe'-'F .5 -. f ix "W my L X X Sify wfI..,M' Hi 'A V . 1 sau 1 ,XX '35, MX: :gy 7 -:XX W W , Q, MY, ,. ' .. ,X V .5 4,- '?-'. k M WS" k F gg V ' 5. - 'H' . .- , H- 'if fr K X P- 111 Q f my . A . W .. Ap, ,W 2, , Jigga, X .. V il if . T .:,:.52-5 ' wk . Lb TE, h w,,. f.qf3"H ,I -1- - IKI .V Why do we have classes today? 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A 6,22 5 v' , , Q ,f . , '- 1' ' Ufiwif. , f f" ' Sl' swgilhjqblzfi p L v , , W, .- 7 -v ,- . -L -. .w- 'bi 4, fi J X - y- z va K , m T ffl wmv ' 'C X Q x X W 3. X The PAC in Washington, D.C. - A ,. , . Senator Thruston Morton, chairman of the Republican National Committee, ex- plains that "We're not quite sure what happened, but . . ." 1.4.1190 in , , Jin., Senator Byrd explains the nation's budget., 'K MARDI CH AS 1961 Mephistopheles Zeller and his charming wife 7 gf ' ,T-'ix' ' I. rf . ns. , M iQ2 A Q 4 ' ' fu ,'-A -ir- " ,, J, wviww , ,. .q,,..,-, N?-ff "E"d. , ,rw .,.. 74:2 5 --A' " "Good Morn ing, Moravian College" JEWEl.lYi NCI? Cllflllfl nn .- , nlului- rn nuunr, vu.. .., IAICII I thought that it was wash and wear! --,glziligff ,f.'ffT31W f L ' U- 1 A V V A. ' Efiveggi Poor pussy . . . D -1 ggifhgqwg -Qi..Z1,,Ei-"'f -N f 151 .411 Y Pm not convinced! Practice teaching am clears-up a point. Listening to a talk? Marriage and the Family -77 Ridge defends his stand at the philosophical debates. Ewa, This is my ball! Anything for charity! The end of the line! 154 .ggi--ra 5 . . 1 n ,gomxm-an nu A fu 'H w -,. .0 The faculty processes. -. 7 Y ' 'Q . f :SH:e94553Z5551i5iEiSEii?E4.e'fiii4i3i?L2:F' ' 'f - ' ' ' : ' zaszfsszxiizfssmsszxsszxf Qzizf Beck Oratorical Contest winner Phil Katowitz Mrs. Elizabeth Grey Vining speaks for the Women's College Founder's Day Convocation. ., , J' , L "Don't just exist... Live!"-Boyd on the Moravian Campus 1 ' X 'wujgjji 1 X Ouch! .,,, Y o Q vi , uw 'w ww Neff-.,.2f Sew Samff sw my 1 V' ..W, , lf--- fi his is homework? -SQY, gg -ez A senior job interview. A favorite pastime. Concentration H 13' Q wal li' ii b ea 5: L mn Art in the Spring Z4 ,If ,i N .PL , mm' 7 I I nn... E...r .Y - 4525 uw ,. f , me if , -Xu w WJ Kg 1,123 ' 5g Portrait class ' ' '-f'.'-1.-, , , Ju, -.L 158 ""+'--vpv- I , I m, W EM v L -I Si 5 r v -' ,, - 1 1 Y V- . ., X 7 ,L if i' ' ...-,.,.... W , 1 Wx 52:2 qf .., XX qq . i 1 , ' L "' ' , ':"- A A' ,wail-1 Maps, maps, and more maps! I xu 3 1 K A vanishing South Campus landmark Catology. A chem project 159 SAC in action SENIOR F REWELL Intermission F wfswifiwm M -, kf " if-ff . .p AM ,, .-,ug -1 -1 -1 1 1 I W 112535 f-7,g,YL5 . .., -, X The Four F1 eshmen ,Ip X , g . After the ball is over... MM X ww , :lava . Q 1,02 V' fic., ., , When in spring . . . mm, 4 Lil , ,M 1iZAfQ Vin. ILM.. v'f'5"V"'..x'1 , M W W 1 AML Q- 1222.5 m H 1- -Mm , w J 15:45-Em" . 2515! N U X xllrikfgg 1 MM M M ,gsm 1 1 E "I Wonder how much they want for it?" "What is 1 '7 mfggi V N v - 4 A X RAF? I JC" T 1. A. -fn f vizsgsg U .li , V, ww I X m X W " w w La 1 ,fm , ,, x , w w X M .4 The Mens Food Committee Captive audience 'Y 'rf' E WFV' 4' ' H. N V Y -A 9 H' 3? The Spring Carnival Dance hum-4. ' E94 'Mil-1 1 Straight Shooters! ? The Big Fisherman 'inn 164 I4 ,u ': I "Congratulations . . ." .uw-vt" 1 .mlvifvbgzf 'QQ 165 Miss Moravian 1961- Judy Laning Cavanagh The Blossom Tea Exam tomorrow V1 w w Mx A W' Meditation A few study ahead for final exams. , 1. V i - N IS .. ' ' in if-L i Eirglfk ' W E2 N 'Q ,. if 2" 5: .Q ww nf 5 4 312 5 'N- 5- 1 Mk 'U E 1 'f N g- fx, ffA!fgl'ff' -'-if In 3' "5 -T ..fg?1-5275- ,, 1 H in ww 5 2? X . J, .WT ,, ww ,fwu w 4i"'i A ,n..i.. M. 51.57 ' fwwfif .iiimgmlv W . ' we-Af f- mf, 5 is TE .,Yw Q B 1 W, , , Q Q Y 25? af? 1 ,,, 1 -5 ' M3231 I f N 4 WR ' " Y '2,-QQQ1 .zz 'Q Tears or cheers! What's new? A 51. If A Blood, sweat, and tears if swims, , we -J' 5. U 3511 afsiiifbv w 1-mf' .Mmm , , us! .1 Cynthia Geiman, graduate Summa cum laude with Honors in English, receives her degree from Dr. Haupert. -2 ' , . ' u ., 4 o 1 w 1 1 n rx, a fgx , i A , 5 v F f A? QT Y J " fag , .l . vf ' W ,- - "ig T ELK ' X535 51-if-f 4- Y Y Y. 0474-g - ii if i A A . 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Edraney, J. Frank, D. Coe J. Olsen, J. Kritis, S. Maczko, J. Gannon, A. Chap, J. Yelovich, R. Andrews. Third Row: A. Thorsland, W. Aydelotte, J. Kiefer, J. Williams, J. Kelyman, J. Mazza, 1 ! 3 R. Bedics, R. Dietrich, W. Hino, A. Gawronski. Fourth Row: C. Peters-Assistant Coach, P. Calvo-Assistant Coach, L. Lewis, R. Gori, R. Mushrush, J. Balliet, J. Landis, K. Alexander, D. Mclnerney, W. Bassett, W. Kruszewski, R. Calvo-Head Coach. FGOTBALL This year the accent was on youth for the Moravian College football team. Only five sen- iors were on the squad which featured sopho- mores as key men. The Greyhounds opened the season with an impressive win over Wilkes. Moravian started slowly, being held at a 2-0 disadvantage for the first three periods. But in the fourth period the Moravian team ground out a seventy-yard touch- down drive which was climaxed by Jim Frank's one-yard plunge for the score. Jim Kelyman provided the more exciting moment of the con- test later in the period when he burst off tackle for a 53-yard touchdown run. Steve Edraney kicked both extra points. A strong Juniata team handed Moravian their first setback. lnexperience led to two early Moravian fumbles which Juniata turned into two quick touchdowns. Moravian strengthened their defense and held the Juniata 'team until a last- second pass was intercepted and run over for the final Juniata touchdown. Fumbles again proved the undoing of Mora- vian as they lost a tight thriller to Pennsylvania Military College. The first two scores by P.M.C. were set up by Moravian fumbles and the last by an intercepted pass. Moravian marched 56 yards for their first score in the fourth period. The drive featured a 38-yard touchdown pass from freshman Dick Ritter to Jim Frank. Mora- vian drove 80 yards for another touchdown in the fourth quarter, but time ran out before they could score. Moravian again had tough luck in their loss to Lebanon Valley. The Moravian team consis- tently outrushed and outpassed the Lebanon Valley team throughout the game. Lebanon Val- ley led 8-0 when freshman quarterback Andy Semmel directed a long drive, which featured his twenty-yard pass to fullback Jabby Williams. Jeff Gannon, senior half-back, went over from the one-yard line for the score. ' Head Coach Calvo, and Assistant Coaches Peters and P. Calvo watch their squad in action. This is how it looks from the press box. K Y 1 .saw SEASON'S RECORD Moravian 14- 2 Moravian . . 0-20 Moravian .. 12-20 Moravian . . . . . . 16-22 Moravian . . . . . . 14-21 Moravian . . . . . . 14-14 Moravian . . . . . 0-13 Moravian .. 16-33 Lebanon Valley scored next, but once more Moravian fought back for a score as Williams took the ball over from the two-yard line. How- ever, a long kick-off return scored the winning points for Lebanon Valley. Moravian faced the strong Albright team the next week., Albright was scheduled for an easy win against the lighter, injury-riddled Moravian team, but we convincingly limited the Albright offensive and barely missed a stunning upset in bowing 21-14. End Art Chap and tackle Tony Gawronski consistently broke through the Al- bright defense in a bruising display of defen- sive strength. Ritter threw a touchdown pass to Kelyman who made a leaping catch in the Al- bright end zone. Semmel also contributed a touchdown pass to Gannon. Despite injuries and a muddy field, Moravian tied a heavier Upsala team. Jim Kelyman again ....Wilkes . . . ...... Juniata . . . . . . Lebanon Valley . . . ....... Albright . . . ....... Upsala . . . ..... Wagner . . . . . . Muhlenberg led the team effort as he intercepted a pass and ran 44 yards for a touchdown. Moravian took a third-quarter lead as Semmel passed to Yelo- vich with a fourteen-yard touchdown pass. But Upsala came from behind later in the game to earn a tie. Moravian again ran into strong opposition in a high-scoring Wagner team and accordingly lost. Wagner's passing attack was held to one touchdown as Moravian's line kept great pres- sure on the team. Moravian lost their final game to Muhlenberg. Semmel passed 35 yards for Moravian's first score and fullback Dave Coe ran over from the two yard line for the team's final score. Ritter passed to Kelyman for the two extra points after Moravian's second touchdown, but Muhlenberg was too strong for Moravian and won the game. Kelyman goes . . . The mighty four-seniors Jim Kritis, Sam Maczko, John Olson, and Jeff Gannon pose with coach Rocco Calvo. Outstanding players were Captain Jim Kritis, who caught 18 passes during the season for 136 yards, Jim Kelyman, who was high scorer for the season, Andy Semmel, Tony Gawronski, and Dave Coe. Seniors playing for Moravian for the last time were Kritis, Jeff Gannon, Sam Maczko, John Olson, and Jim Kenny. Jim Kritis was selected as the most Valuable player by his team- mates for both his strong play and his inspira- tional leadership. I 1 i . . . all the Way against Wilkes. 4' w V Nw, www 'NH-L.. wi L ' WY , gi Z - if ,- 55 Yi 7 27551 aw sc Q V gy, gy mg w w KHAQLALE: Z uw 5 E365 m w ww Eg milf? ' Q1 1 Q5 vmiifiagzkaw, +2 ,' H w WEL 1 K: 1,52 55? X li uf! ggggigwiwi I w 15wi.:'EpM55gJ:a Eu QL ugggu zz in nw gag +52 M sig, :af 'j wx 1 Q, mf :L -K :Q sz ,, 1: -Q5-2.551 1 ggwijs- Jw 2 Lil W: es 551 ff as 11 w' 5, . x ,,,, ww W, L my A H, W JJ, A .wi 2, Nw i qw? iq if ,W.f,W.,, , ,,5,fF?jf,H H W mwgk5q?igjgvNWgQv miQg.y'ggGy:gg,- W' J,-5151-ggi J " E5-3,71 gms? argjsrgu' if mu H w H w u T MES mr ' ' X H 'N -L1 swivel J M H ig W Wx! 1 Fifii w 5 A iigbzkg ' ai '11 sf 1 in 5,1 M 31: M gg wi: "All the way, Mo Mo, all the way!" TT We didn't make it this timei - 1 "Jabby" Williams shows the Homecqming crowd how it's done. H CHEERLEADER Kneeling, L. to RL: G. Zigler, S. Kovacs, J. Cavanagh- Co-captain, R. Wilsey, J. Heller-Captain, J. Stever, W. Hearn. Standing: W. Brill, J. Burns, F. Miller. MAJORETTES y .L Kneeling: D. Demetrales. Standing: R. Karol, P. Peters, S. Jurman, R LaVan, R. McFadden. OGG H1 Kneeling: T. I-Iarlacher, F. Cartier, B. Borst, R. Herman. Standing: D. Koch, J. Wyrtzen, P. Kuklentz-Coach. CROSS CGUNTRY Cross Country also suffered through lack of experience as the team finished with a 4-5 rec- ord for the season. The squad showed future promise, however, as they won their last three meets in succession. Wins were recorded in a dual meet over Haverford and Temple, and also over Albright .and later Muhlenberg. Losses were to Elizabethtown, Juniata, PMC, Lafayette, and Franklin and Marshall to finish sixteenth in the Middle Atlantic Championships. Sophomore Tom Grammes was given the most valuable player award for his- consistent per- formance in Moravian's meets. He was ably supported by teammates Byron Borst and George Fiegel. Mo Mo shows the way. CROSS COUNTRY SEASONS RECORD Moravian . Moravian Moravian . Moravian . Moravian . Moravian . Moravian Moravian . ... ..- .s ..- -- su. -. -.. as ... 1- .uf . ..- .. 35-20 44-15 36-20 44-16 30-29 20-36 -..- Elizabethtown . ........ Juniata PMC Lafayette Albright 37-39-44 . .. Haverford, Temple 28-30 .... ...... M uhlenberg INDOOR TRACK Throughout the winter season College Indoor Track Team, in its competition under the direction Kuklentz, ran "mile-relays." The were Tom Grammes, Ray Herman, the Moravian fourth year of of coach Paul team members George Fiegel, Bob Durn, Roger Erg, and Jerry Still. In the initial meet of the season, the Washing- ton Evening Star Meet, the team failed to place in any top position. At Madison Square Garden, in the Melrose Games, the team was greatly out- 181 classed and as a result failed to place once again. In the second heat of the inter-collegiate mile relay of the Philadelphia Inquirer Meet the team of Grammes, Durn, Fiegel, and Erb took fourth place. The last two meets of the season were The Knights of Columbus Meet and the New York Athletic Club Meet held in Madison Square Garden. In each of these meets the team was overshadowed by bigger clubs and schools and as a result did not place. wx l Q il? ir? Seated: L. Zavacky, L. Stinner, R. Zulli, D. Kosman, J. Fritz. Standing: R. Calvo- Coach, J. Gano, J. Stefanavage, H. Rice, B. Medei. BASKETBALL Led by high-scoring Dick Kosman, the Mora- vian basketball team compiled an excellent record for the season. - The team opened the season by defeating Swarthmore. Both teams started slowly but Moravian gradually pulled away in the second half, led by Hal Rice's fine outside shooting. In the second game the team overcame tradi- tional rival Muhlenberg for the second straight year. Kosman led all scorers with 35 points, while Seniors Leo Stinner and Rocco Zulli and Junior Len Zavacky did excellent jobs controlling the rebounds. Kosman scored 39 points when Moravian de- feated Haverford. The game featured the fast- breaking combination of Kosman, Jim Gano, and Rice. After losing to a tall Lafayette team, Moravian came back to defeat Wilkes and Lebanon Valley. Kosman was the high scorer in both of these victories. He did even better in the next game, however, setting a new Johnston Hall scoring record of 43 points as Moravian defeated Scran- ton. Elizabethtown was Moravian's next victim. Kosman set another new record of 46 points in the following game against Wagner, but the team lost in a close contest. Wagner tied the game in the last minute and won it in an over- time. The team lost the next two games to Al- bright, and Franklin and Marshall before win- ning over Washington College. Stinner passes off under the basket. Zavacky drives through against Muhlenberg. Rice goes in for a shot against Muhlenberg. H7 Robert Shafer, class of '06, never misses a home game in any sport. SE Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian ASGNS RECGRD . . . . . . 72-55 .... . . Swarthmore . . . . . . 73-61' ...... . . Muhlenberg . . . . . . cancelled .... .... . . . Drew . . . . . . 76-67 . . Haverford . . . . . . 50-74 .... Lafayette ...90-74 ...75-59 ...82-61 ...92-72 ...58-85 ...73-77 ...79-84 ...77-59 ...74-56 ...68-75 ...63-84 ...87-72 ...48-81 ...87-55 ...70-57 ...92-77 Wilkes . . . Lebanon Valley Scranton . . . . Elizabethtown ....... Albright ......Wagner Washington College . . . . . . . . . . Lebanon Valley Rutgers ...... Hofstra . . . . Scranton . . . . Albright . . . Lincoln . . . . Upsala . . P.M.C. I8 4 Freshman Francis Demko grabs for the rebound. Kosman continued his high scoring, but the team lost to Rutgers and Hofstra. In the second Scranton game, Zavacky, Stinner, Zulli and Kos- man all scored in double figures as the team won easily. After a second loss to Albright, Moravian finished the season with successive victories over Lincoln, Upsala, and PMC. Seniors Leo Stinner and Rocco Zulli .were second and fourth, respectively, in team scoring and did an outstanding job of rebounding all year. The most valuable player award for the year was given to Dick Kosrnan who scored 512 points in twenty games, and led the Mid-Atlantic conference in scoring with a 26.5 points per game average. Butch was selected for the small college All-East squad, making him one of three sophomores in the conference to receive this honor. He broke Ducky Potter's '60 individual game scoring record on two separate occasions this past year and proved to be an outstanding de- fensive player as well. Dick Kosman with Coach Rocco Calvo Kosman in action ISS Top Row: Coach P. Kuklentz, C. Canning, R. Evansen, R. Grubbs, K. Alexander, D. Linaberry. Middle Row: J. Symons, B. Rinker, D. Turner, G. Medei, D. Bedics. Front Row: S. Potts, J. Gavin. WRESTLING The Moravian wrestling team was again an outstanding part of the college's sports' program. They compiled their third straight winning season, coming out with an excel- lent 8-1 record, and finishing fourth in the Middle Atlantic Wrestling Championships. The team opened their season with im- pressive wins over Albright and Swarth- more. Bill Rinker 1130 poundsl, Roger Grubbs C147 poundsj and Dick Bedics 1157 poundsj scored wins in the Albrightumatch and Rinker and Gene Medei C137 poundsb both pinned their opponents in the Swarth- more meet. The team continued their winning streak after mid-year examinations as they de- feated Lafayette and Muhlenberg. Rinker again pinned his opponent in the Lafayette match and Dan Turner continued his two year 'unbeaten string in dual meet competi- tion by winning in the Muhlenberg match. Moravian trailed Muhlenberg early in the meet but won on a pin by Medei, and decisions by Grubbs, Bedics, and Dick Schaeffer. Moravian next defeated Dickinson as Rinker, Medei, Bedics, and Schaeffer main- tained their individual undefeated records. "Moravian's lineup for tonight's match is..." Gene Medei, Roger Grubbs, Richard Bedics, Dan Turner, Richard Schaeffer, Doug Wilkins, Steve Edraney. Medei on top 187 The team scored their most one-sided victory of the season as they defeated PMC. Freshman Jack Gavin and Doug Wilkins, and Senior Gene Medei pinned their opponents in their respective matches. But Moravian's winning streak was ended by their three year nemesis, Wilkes College, which Schaeffer has him again. again showed greater team strength in winning the match. The meet was highlighted by Rin- ker's win over Brocke Yeager, Medei's hard fought scoreless tie with Dick Stauffer, and Dan Turner's tie with Mark Strayer. Moravian finished their regular season With' a win over Lebanon Valley. Freshman Wilkins tries to roll his opponent. This year the college was host to the Middle Atlantic Conference Wrestling Championships in March. Four of the team, Rinker, Medei, Schaef- fer, and Turner, advanced to the semi-final round, but only Turner went on to the finals SEASGNS RECORD Moravian 25- 5 . ..... Albright Moravian .... . . 21- 8 . . . . . Swarthmore Moravian .... . . . 22- 8 . . ..... Lafayette Moravian .... . . . 19-15 .... .... M uhlenberg Moravian ........ 15- 9 ............ Dickinson Moravian Cancelled ....... Elizabethtown Moravian .... . . . 29- 3 .... ..... H averford Moravian .... . . . 32- 0 . . ........ . . PMC Moravian .... . . . 11-21 . ....... Wilkes Moravian . 17- 9 . . Lebanon Valley Rinker in action where he lost in a close match to Strayer of Wilkes. Moravian scored 43 points for fourth place in the over-all team standings. Senior Gene Medei was voted Moravian's most valuable wrestler for the season. Turner, fourth place winner in the MAC's, controls his man. lm 1 'L ' m' L, 5s:,:1j': . -,.. me T . 1 ' 5 2 f l"".fl HL uwuifflf - H, ,. 1 7 -if-,Y ,mljiw 3-gi agp, X , -KH, , , Q 1,4 ,M 189 First Row: M. Garcia, T. Ulrich, J. Kelyman, C. Gilbert, M. Lansenderfer, J. Bowman, D. Robison. Second Row: Fritz, B. Shollenberger, Row: G. Garscar-As- D. Vogel, D. Roseman, B. Hill, J. A. Semmel, B. 'Freibolin. Third :sawn 1w 1' l ., 1, 1 l s1f111. w 1 11 . 1 eseisesi 11.2, . .11 esiwf 1 1 1. f - - . . . mea' ' l M sistant Coach, J. Insinga, S. Blahut, R. Mittl, W. Krus- zewski-Equipment Manager, H. Rice, J. Gano, H.T.D. Gillespie-Head Coach. BASEBALL In baseball Moravian started slowly, losing the first three games to F Sz M, Lafayette, and Scranton. The Lafayette game was very close and it took a Lafayette grand-slam home run in the ninth inning to defeat the Greyhounds. Moravian then came back with a double-header win over Albright with Brian Hill pitching a one- hitter in the second game of the afternoon. After a loss to Swarthmore, the team defeated Muhlen- berg and Lebanon Valley. In the latter game Hill again was the winning pitcher and Tom Ulrich and Berry Shollenberger hit home runs. Temple beat Moravian, after which the ,team began a winning streak by defeating Upsala, and St. Joseph. In both games Moravian was led by freshman catcher Jim Blahut who hit two triples 190 and two doubles and a single in five times at bat against St. Josephf- After beating Drew, Mora- vian beat Dickinson and Muhlenberg as Blahut continued to hit .well and Hill pitched excellent baseball. Moravian then lost the next game to PMC despite Jim Gano's fine pitching. After losing to Wagner, Moraviancame back -to beat Haverford with Hill pitching effectively in re- lief. The team closed the season with losses to Elizabethtown and Ursinus. Senior Charles Gilbert was chosen to receive the Most Valuable Player award for the year. Pitchers Hill, Gano, and Fritz, catcher Jim Blahut, and infielder Don Vogel were other out- standing players on this year's squad. .gi Fireman Fritz relieves Joe Rose- man in the game with Drew. Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian .. 2-4 .. 5-6 .. 2-8 SEASONS FKLM . . . Lafayette . . . Scranton Cancelled . . . . . Wilkes .. 8-7 .. 2-0 . 4-5 . 1'0-5 . 19-1 . 5-7 . . . Albright . . . . Albright . . . . . . Swarthmore . . . ..... Muhlenberg Lebanon Valley . . . ......... Temple RECORD Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian ... .. ... .. ... .- ... -- ... .- ... .- ... .- ... ... 5- 2 13-10 19- 4 16- 0 5- 1 0- 3 5- 7 7- 6 4- 5 6-10 ... .. Upsala . ... St. Joseph Drew . . .... Dickinson . . . . . . Muhlenberg PMC Wagner . . ..... Haverford Elizabethtown . . . ..... . Ursinus Freshman slugger Blahut gets hold of another one. Freshman Denny Robison runs it out. in Gilbert scoops one up during practice. Nu 5 -1 - -i Infielder Garcia works out in the gym under coach Gi1lespie's guidance. 192 l AZ A 3 Kneeling: P. Lehr, R. Miller, R. Atkinson. Standingl R. Tewell, J. Repasch, R. Pastir, H. Bilheimer-Coach. Moravian's Golf team had to rebuild this year bec from the previous year's squad and consequently they were only able to gain a 5-4 record for the year. The team defeated Upsala, Haver- ford, Albright, Scranton, and St. Joseph's While losing to Lafayette, Wilkes, Muhlenberg, and Hofstra. Jim Repasch, who played at number one position on ause of losses the team, was 1 voted the Most Valuable Player of the year. He also had the best Moravian performance in the Middle Atlantic Championships. Pete Lehr was another outstanding player over the entire season. Hugh Kelly Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian 193 Pete Lehr rv F pf ,V Y- fe' . x, 13? -s Vlffugg all " ' 'l' ev' 1 N w N N .nt V . ,. A 4 .1 ., 1, 111. SEASONS RECORD ..... 7 -11 .. ..... 13 -5 .. ..... 10 -8 .. ..... 14 -4 .. IRQ-13W.. 7M-101A3.. ..... 5 -13 .. . . . ..... Cancelled . . . ..... 13 -5 .. ..... 12M2- 5Mg... ..... 11 -7 .. Lafayette . . . Upsala Haverford .. Albright . . . Wilkes Muhlenberg .. Hofstra . .. F 8a M . Scranton Muhlenberg St. Joseph Kneeling: K. Walsh, W. Grosh. Standing: G. Stoddard, R. Spaugh, C. Bledsoe, S. Kilpatrick--Coach, R. Lipkin, M. Trumbore. TENNIS Moravian's tennis team achieved an excellent 10-3 record for the season. Their play was marked by the outstanding performances of Merr Trumbore, 'Bill Grosh, and Grove Stoddard, all of Whom had winning seasons in individual competition. Bob Lipkin and Ken Walsh also had good records, with the latter Winning both his singles and doubles contests in five of the last six matches of the season. The team defeated LaSalle, Albright, Drew, Lebanon Valley, Muhlenberg, PMC, Upsala, St. Joseph, Wilkes, and Ursinus, while losing to Haverford, Lafayette, and Dickinson. Most Valuable Player award was given to Merr Trumbore who achieved the best seasonal record , While Bob Lipkin and Ken Walsh tied for second place. Senior Lipkin played his final matches for Moravian this season. SEASQNS RECORD Moravian . . . .... 715-lk. . . . Moravian . . . . . 0-9 . . . Moravian . . . . . 5-4 . . . Moravian . . . . . 9-0 Moravian .. 6-3 Moravian . . . . . 7-2 Moravian... .. 1-8 .Moravian . . . . . . Cancelled . . . . Moravian . . . . . . Cancelled . . . . Moravian . . . . . 2-7 . . . Moravian . . . . . 9-0 . . . Moravian . . . . . 9-0 . . Moravian . . . . . 6-3 . . . Moravian . . . . . 6-3 . . . Moravian . . . . . 6-3 . . . Ken Walsh smashes a backhand drive his Drew opponent in an indoor match. . . . . . LaSalle . . . Haverford ....... Albright . . . ............ Drew Lebanon Valley . . . ...... Muhlenberg Lafayette . . . . F Sz M , . . Hofstra . . Dickinson . . . . . PMC . . . . . Upsala . .. St. Joseph . . . . . Wilkes .. Ursinus toward . Merr Trumbore serves one to his opponent Concentration by Bob Lipkin 195 O l Seated: S. Sussman, A. Filler, S. Deysher, B. Smith, S. Snyder, S. Yeack, M. Roberts, A. Aufder Heyde, P. Long, Kuehner, P. Peters. Standing: J. Raidline, J. Clay, B. J. Studwell, J. Davis, C. Horscroft. Judy Studwell battles an opponent for the ball as Sue Sussman hurries to assist. WOMENS HOCKEY The Women's hockey team, under the guidance of Miss Jayne Ackerman, played eight games this year, losing five of the games, many of them by small margins, Winning two, and tying one of them. Bette Ann Dickman, a junior, was outstanding scorer with four goals for the season, followed by Judy Studwell and Sue Sussman. SEASONS RECORD Moravian . . . . . 0- 3 . . . . . Muhlenberg Moravian 1- 0 .. Marywood Moravian . . . . . 0-11 . . . . Elizabethtown Moravian . . . . . 1- 3 . . ...... Muhlenberg Moravian . . . . . 1- 4 . . . . . Lebanon Valley Moravian . . . . . 1- 1 . . .... Centenary Moravian . . . . . 2- 0 . . . . . Cedar Crest Moravian . . . . . O- 2 . . . . . Kutztown 196 ll WOMliiN'S BASKETBALL The women's basketball team maintained another winning season, although they did lose to two teams which they have regularly beaten in the past: Muh- lenberg and Rider. The best game of the season was the one in which Muhlenberg defeated Moravian by the score of 59-55. The first playday with Albright, Cedar Crest, Kutztown, and Muhlenberg ended with Moravian in a tie for first place. In the second play- day with the same schools, we placed third. The outstanding scorers were Judy Clay C188 pointsj, Bette Ann Dickman C89 pointsb, and Sharon Yaeck C80 pointsl. Those guards who played well to- gether and ably assisted the forwards throughout the season were Jane Albrecht, Anita Filler, Joan Raid- line, and Sandra Yaeck. Seniors Clay, Filler, and Yaeck played their last games with the team this year. Sharon Yaeck scores against Upsala as high scorer Judy Clay follows the play. First Row: G. Ziegler, B. Dickman, Sandra Yaeck, J. Sussman. Third Row: M. Dugan, K. Klammer, J. Stud- Clay, A. Filler. Second Row: B. Douvanis, Sharon Yaeck, well, J. Knepper. J. Raidline, K. Pennypacker, N. Ullrich, J. Albrecht, S. 53" . , . .I-,N , - I 1 Lg .1 wma: '1 if ' l97 WOMENS BASKETBALL SEASON'S RECORD Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian 34-26 29-48 31-41 39-33 28-22 4- 4 9- 2 1'0-12 12- 7 Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian Moravian .. 55-59 16-49 8- 7 5-14 9- 0 '3-6 29-21 33-47 36-22 Muhlenberg ......Rider .. Kutztown Muhlenberg Cedar Crest Albright Centenary . . . . . . . Elizabethtown . . . . Upsala To make a long story short, Long-story Burkhart plots . . AY -, 1 1 a faculty win in the annual Faculty vs. Gnls Basketbal team game. ? Mathematician Miller measures the angle. INTRAMURAL PRCDGRAM Four sports comprised the Intramural sports program: soccer, bowling, basketball and soft- ball. This year soccer was initiated by Coach Rocco Calvo as the I-M fall sport, instead of football. Of the six teams that participated, the Rau Frosh won first place and the Tau Kappa Epsilon team won second. The three fraternities and the Vets each entered two teams in the bowling competition. The two OGO teams captured first and second place in the contests. Outstanding players were Ken Sepe, Mike Lansenderfer, Ron Smith, and Don Morrow. The twelve basketball teams were divided into two leagues. The league winners were the OGO's and the Panthers, with the OGO's win- ning the final championship. Ten teams played softball in the spring. The competition was intense between the OGO's, the Harriers, the Rejects, and the Vets. The final game of the season determined the OGO's as the winners of the tournament. Ken Sepe shows the form which helped him to score the highest average and series registered in the Intramural League this winter. w F v The Seminary plays the Rejects in Intramural Softball. 199 1 C9 -4bwQEiS?i?XX X f X ,rf , 1' , ff X f X , - x X K f E NW 1 1 HW k Q5 mA, :F . E Q 3 ggfm E, E UM - . I I-' .I 3 lllillg M . 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