Morris Harvey College - Harveyan Yearbook (Charleston, WV)

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Harveyan 2 2 3 4 6 7 • mill • er.ir-tLir 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Student Life 18 Traditions 40 Organizations 50 Athletics 126 Faculty 148 Underclassmen 168 Seniors 194 1967 Harveyan— an undergraduate publication of Morris Harvey College, Charleston, West Virginia STUDENT LIFE 23 Night Scenes 26 27 28 Dickinson Hall Mrs. Oma Boyd House Mother Mrs. Clarice Meeker House Mother Floor representatives were: Jeanne King, Fran Garland, Beanie Guinan, Ace Child, Eileen Somelofskie, and Pat Tortora. Governing Dickinson Hall are: Martha Stover- Treasurer; Carol Goodwin— President; Dianna Kinser— Secretary; Jill Morris— Chaplain; Linda Smith— Sgt.-at-Arms; Judy Boncic— Vice-President; Susie Ransberger— Historian. 29 30 31 BENEDUM HALL Officers of Benedum Hall include: Trea- surer Bill Brunetti, Parliamentarian Jerry Martin, President Bob Ward, Secretary Bob Bado, and Vice-President Butch An- derson. H. Richard Kennell director of Men’s Residence Halls George Melis, Sandy Harrison, Bill Borea, and Frank Nigro act as proctors for Benedum Hall. 32 33 fag COBB HALL Acting Cobb Hall Officers are: Executive Secretary Bob Hoberg, Treasurer Don Reinhard, President Ray Mueller, Vice President Mike Reed, and Secretary Ken Buxton. Floor representatives include Joe Burgess, Bob DiStasi, and Alan Tannenbaum. 34 35 COX HALL Cox Hall officers for the year include Secre- tary Howard Levine, Parliamentarian Joe Magnes, Vice-President Steve Aeronson, Presi- dent Robert Siegel, and Treasurer Bill Devore. Mrs. Mary Spalding acts as Cox Hall’s house- mother. 36 Proctors for the year include Bill Cain, Dick Bennett, Parris Lacaria, Ray Lacaria, Michael Janovicz, and Bob Jontos. 37 GREYSTONE HALL Floor representatives include: Diane Loew, Anne Knuppel, and Evelyn Eckert. Greystone officers are: President Patsy Copeland, Secretary Barbara Zehnter, Vice President Gail Mannion, Sgt.-at- Arms Jean Wallace, and Chaplain Ann Wallace. Mrs. Gladys Kyer House Mother Mrs. Lota Coffman House Mother 39 TRADITIONS Christmas Party 42 43 Greek Traditions Greek Week 45 Best Dressed Coed Morris Harvey’s best dressed coeds . . . run- ners-up Sue Miller and Barbra Goff . . . Donna Spurlock on to nationals . . . Graduation 49 ORGANIZATIONS INTI RISI 52 HONORARII S 80 Rl I.KilOl IS 87 (iRI 1 KS 93 Front row: Mr. H. Ewing; S. Moran; A. Marchio; J. Genovese; C. Jenkins; A. Green; H. Waugh; M. Matuscavage; W. Gray; B. Goff. Second Row: L. Albright; J. King; E. Bailey; J. Alex- ander; L. LeRose; G. Warwick; J. Burchett; S. Hanson; B. Walters; K. Gum. Third row: K. Posten; J. Balgley; C. Gold; B. Treadwell; T. Carroll; D. Atkins; S. Keenan; J. Pierce; R. Sadolf; B. Temchus. Fourth row: T. McMellon; D. Cain; M. Jones; B. Masson; R. Allenbaugh; L. Burford; M. Siegal; C. Givens; J. Gwinn; R. Slack. Philharmonic Choir Performs In a joint performance with the Charleston Sym- phony and the Charleston Civic Chorus, the Mor- ris Harvey Philharmonic Choir annually performs Handel’s “Messiah.” This yearly performance marks a high point in the choir’s calendar of concerts. In addition to tours of area schools, the Choir also performs an opera with the Civic Chorus in the spring. Through these tours and concerts, the Philharmonic Choir aims to promote cultural de- velopment of fine choral literature in the college and community. 52 Handel’s ‘Messiah’ Annually Choir Tour 1966 53 Front Row: D. Drucker, J. Corsey— Vice-President, J. Moyse— President, and B. Wald. Second Row: B. Mockridge, T. Mcllveen, B. Goff, K. Kennedy, T. Gallanter, M. Vickers, B. Glassberg, M. MacNeil. Third Row: Miss Roselyn Freedman, Mrs. Virginia Gray— Advisor, J. Elph ick, B. Temchus, R. Duguid, S. Haywood, K. Able, J. Zander, F. Howard, L. Gioia, V. Butera, J. Healy, S. Burke, and R. Mittenthal. Blackfriars Display Varied Talents Miller’s “All My Sons” was the first full-length production of the Blackfriars in the fall semester on campus. The cast achieved a high standard of quality in this dramatic three act play which afforded them the opportunity to demonstrate their many abilities. This year saw the movement of the Blackfriars’ workshop into a new area of the old Eagloo where scenery could easily be constructed for production. Here they also had the chance to conduct work- shops in make-up and scene building. Not only did the 75 members participate in the Inter-Collegiate Drama Festival in Jackson’s Mill this spring, but they also hosted the High School One-Act Drama Festival in March. Earlier in the year “Glory in the Flower” was presented in an all school assembly; in addition the Blackfriars presented the Student Variety Shows. An original one-act play as well as a three act comedy were presented to the student body this semester under the direction of Mrs. Virginia Gray, Blackfriars’ advisor. 54 Cast members rehearse traumatic scene from “All My Sons.” Crew shifts furniture between scenes on stage. in Production of Miller’s “All My Sons” Recruiting new members in the fall is just a small part of Blackfriars’ activities. A moment to remember from “Glory in the Flower.” 55 le of several performers in the variety shows spon- Crew member Marilyn MacNeil deftly applies make-up to red by the Blackfriars, Ken Deutscher talks with his Mike Jones before the curtain rises on another Blackfriars’ endly dummy. production. I Director Mrs. Virginia Gray poses with the cast from Miller’s “All My Sons” including (front row): M. Milam, K. Deutscher, V. Butera, and R. Mittenthal. Back row: J. Elphick, K. Kennedy, M. Jones, V. Wise, J. Wilkerson, and J. Arend. ackfriars’ crew members include S. Haywood, Mascot eo, J. Arend, K. Abell, M. MacNeil, and M. Jones. 56 Cast and crew of “Glory in the Flower” include (front row): M. MacNeil, B. Wald, K. Kennedy, Miss Roselyn Freedman-director, B. Kay, D. Hughes, and V. Wise. Back row: L. Gioia, S. Haywood, B. Duguid, T. McAlveen, M. Jones, B. MacDaniels, G. Lemer, J. Arend, and J. Moyse. Barbara Kay as Laura in the Blackfriars’ produc- Constructing flats for performances is tion o( “The Glass Menagerie” plays with her glass only a small job handled by the crew, animals. 57 Art Guild Sells Prints in ’66 Sitting: B. Rogow, B. Motteshard, M. Doss, N. Schnitzius. Standing: V. Jones, D. Halt- ing, C. McDaniel, P. Frye, J. Heaton, and M. Faber. With an annual Christmas print sale, Morris Harvey’s Art Guild draws hundreds of collegiates who wish to purchase copies of famous original works at low prices. Under the direction of Miss Luc- ina Keane, the Guild this year sponsored the famed Grant Rey- nard on campus— his eighth visit to Morris Harvey. The Art Guild also provides an opportunity to do creative work informally as a recreational resource for interested students. Debate Club Sponsors Tournament Fifteen colleges and universities from five states participated in Morris Harvey’s annual Debate Tournament giving students the chance to become more effective and articulate speakers. The ten representatives of M.H.C. also made trips to debate in other states during the year. K. Kennedy, E. Goff, D. Jarrell, V. Wise, J. Woodall, and Miss Freedman. 58 Checkmate! cm Cries Judy Judy Stephenson is the only girl in school who can say “Checkmate” with finesse for she is the only girl on Morris Harvey’s champion Chess team. Under Dr. Darbes, the Chess Club provides an opportunity for students to exercise their minds in a contemplative game of chess. Throughout the year the Chess Club hosts matches in ad- dition to participating in several state-wide tournaments. Parlez! Habla!— Says Language Club Front Row: Mrs. J. McClanahan, B. Marcus— Vice-President, President L. Flinn, and Dr. P. Olden. Second Row; J. Gibson— Treasurer, S. Marcus, S. Mills, N. Norman, K. Posten, V. Collins, and B. DeLucia— Secretary. Two linguistic specialists, Dr. Peter Olden and Mrs. Joyce McClanahan, organized the Language Club this past October. Guest speakers, films, slides and discussions promote this program designed solely for language students. Through these activities the members are broadened in their perspective of foreign cultures. 59 r-in-Chief, June Herron, goes over weekly edition of the Business Manager, Kay Gladwell, checks it with co-advisers Miss Linda Leckie and Mrs. Jo Black- ads purchased in the Comet. Comet Staff Reports Harry Giroud-Literary Writer, Cary Schmiedel— Sports, and Bob Weidmeier— Intramurals. Photographers Ted Bachman and Bill Greever and Linda Smith- Girls Intramurals Writer. Staffers Bonnie Montague, Nancy Norman, Melinda Kuhn, Paula Cook, Karen Dodwell, and Shirley Scheirman review edition of Comet. During weekly meeting in the Comet office. Staffers are assigned variety of beats to cover. All Staffers Steve Scott and Dick Clendin. Weekly M.H.C. Events Editor-in-Chief June Herron and Assistant Editor Judy Barrett. Staffers Doug Hughes and Candee Onks Self-Defense Demonstrated by Club The art of self-defense is ap- pealing to both sexes and can generally be seen on campus when the Physical Education Club sponsors its annual assem- bly demonstrating techniques of judo and karate. Through its meetings and clinic practice, the club hopes to encourage an awareness among both the faculty and student body in better health and recrea- tion. C. DeBacco, P. King, B. Krenisky, M. Guinan, J. Singer, C. Goodman, D. Holley, B. Cummings, B. Morgan, J. Boncic, E. Crosscup, B. Cicile, F. Lewis, P. Copeland, P. Alexander, M. Stance, C. Placek, J. Morton, and L. Sherrick. Students Publish Own Writings With the approval of the English Department, students annually submit papers for publication in well known magazines. Since their interests lie in the field of belles lettres endeavor, all Literary Club members at£ encouraged to explore more deeply all types of literature. Seated: R. Wiedmeier, D. Berry, and B. Brunetti. Standing first row: B. Krenisky, J. Rider, P. Gordan, C. Howard, M. Jones, J. Cohen, and V. Butera. Second row: J. Kess- ler, P. Cook, M. Seed, B. Cum- mings, unknown, P. Boggs, J. Yeager, C. Mullens, M. Arnett, R. Mittenthal, V. Wise, and C. Kennedy. 62 Vietnam Question Debated With the Vietnam crisis so often in the news, there is no question why the debate on U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia presented by the International Relations Club was such a success. Only one of several problem discussions sponsored by these political science majors, this debate was by far the highlight of the year. Guest speakers, films, dinners and exhibits all play a ma- jor part in achieving the club’s goal of promoting better relations between American culture ana those of other nations, as well as a better understanding of current world problems facing our generation. C. Pugh, S. Abowizzedine, P. Gordon, A. Shaban— Treasurer, K. Aboul- Hosn— President, M. Miller, L. Spaner, B. Lehman— Vice-President, S. Harshbarger— Secretary, and Mr. Ahmad Tabbara compose the I.R.C. Psychology Club Explores Mind Newly founded on Morris Harvey’s campus this fall, the Psychology Club aims to explore tne work- ings of the mind in relationship to society outside the classroom. Under the guiding hand of Dr. Alex Darbes, sociology and psychology majors do experiments with hypnotism, IQ readings and mazes and dis- cuss their findings. Since the mind is of interest to all people, there are no limitations to those wanting to participate in the club’s activities. Front Row: M. Chanbus, S. Schei- man, D. Kiser, A. Bhasin, K. Falgita- no, F. Descey, and C. Vaynes. Second Row: Dr. Darbes, R. Wallace, B. Wyatt, T. McAlveen, D. Barrows, A. Rubino, H. Waugh, and S. Aaron- son. Third Row: B. Briggs, J. Perdu, R. Mighetta, J. Rice, D. Brown, and S. Plain. 63 Front row: R. Mello, F. Nigro, R. Young, J. Pitzer, G. president B. Cain, secretary J. Cohen, treasurer M. Millen; Naylor, and R. Scherick. Back row: K. Buxton; G. Knep- B. Avery; R. Eulau; and R. Kogan, ler; R. Masson; J. Talbot, vice-president I. Coleman, Circle K Hosts Christmas In one of several service projects to the people of Charleston, members of the Circle K Club enter- tained children in the A.A.Y. program with a Christmas party after a tutoring session. Other service projects throughout the year saw members planting rhododendron trees at Sunrise, ushering movies in the M.H.C. auditorium, and sponsoring a Battle of the Bands to raise money for projects carried out with the children of Elk Two-Mile. From April 7 to April 9 the Circle K also hosted the West Virginia District Conference highlighting keynote speakers from Circle K International, Ki- wanis International, and members of both city and state governments. Circle K members help children in the A.A.Y. program with refreshments at the Christmas party sponsored by the club. 64 Circle K members and guests gather together for songs and food. Party for A.A.Y. Children Planting rhododendron trees at Sunrise is no easy task for Circle K. 65 Band Plays at Basketball Games 66 I.W.A. Holds ‘Help Save the Union’ Dance Selling hot dogs and candy in Dickinson Hall, the Independent Woman’s Association raised extra money to sponsor the “Help Save the Union” dance in the fall. A make-up demonstration held at the Greystone and trick-or- treating with retarded children at Halloween were also among the projects carried out by the I.W.A. Collecting tickets for the “Help Save the Union” dance, Athena Chagar- is admits another couple by tearing up stubs. Mike Jones and Nancy Shafer enjoy the music at the “Help Save the Union” dance. Officers of the I.W.A. include Treasurer Sharon Tera, Vice-President Jackie Pochtar, Secretary Nancy Shafer, President Athena Chagaris, Social Chairman Carolyn Nichols, and Sergeant-at-Arms Dianne Wentworth. 67 Student Life editors Patty Neger and Kathy War- ren crop pictures for their section. Photographer Ted Bachman aims his camera to take another out- standing shot. 1967 Harveyan Focuses Typist Barbara Dershowitz goes over sports copy with John Neuner, Athletics Editor. That’s Bill Greever, photographer, behind that camera. Business Manager Marty Dershowitz checks contracts for 1967 Harveyan. 68 Senior Class editor Barbi Rogow and Greeks editor Yvonne Taylor Editor-in-Chief Mila Albertson goes over dummy with adviser Mrs. Jo Blackwood and American Yearbook representative Joe Hause. on Campus Individuals While Sue McEwing helps Underclassmen editor Nancy Schnitzius sort pictures, Facutly editor Mary Frances Doss and Traditions edi- tor Carole Placek discuss Morris Harvey’s past. The 1967 Harveyan is focused on you— people— people as de- scribed by Barbara Streisand. People who need other people. People who act as children now and then. People in love— the special people. There is a feeling that tells you that you are a part of this school, Morris Harvey College, that you belong with these people, and that you are one of the luckiest people in the world because you are aware of all this. We hope that the 1967 Har- veyan conveys this message to each of you as you look through these pages. Memories of happy times as well as sad are recorded in the pictures— pictures of you— people. Memories to be cherished of your days at Morris Harvey. Clockwise from upper left: B. DiStasi, T. Burger, R. Mueller, R. Bradbury, D. Paynter, A. Grauer, J. Skely, B. Siegel, Dr. R. G. Landolt, A. Kievel, H. Pearson, R. Rumley, W. Drewry, T. Wynn, B. Griffith, J. Elbling, T. Raab, M. Dershowitz, T. Cunniflf, H. Crain, E. Jarrett, F. Seifert, H. Ben-Asher, T. Paladino, J. Weber, D. Perbeck. Center— J. Vagnini, secretary; R. Heikaus, vice president; A. Davis, president; S. Law, treasurer. Professional Business Club Holds In conjunction with the Kanawha Valley Chapter of the American Society for Training and Devel- opment, the Professional Business Club spon- sored a one-day technical writing seminar in the fall to acquaint business majors with the prob- lems involved in writing for today’s financial world. Afforded the opportunity to tour such places as Union Carbide plant and the F.M.C. Ordinance Plant, the Professional Business Club members see modern business in all phases of work. 70 President Alan Davis assists fellow busniessmen in problems of accounting. Technical Writing Seminar Other business and economics majors study stock market values and finance reports during a meeting of the organization. 71 Even girls are active in the Professional Business Club where they learn the various angles involved in being modern secretaries. Vice-President A. Chagaris; Secretary S. McCoy; Treasurer S. Karnes; Vice-President O. Teel; President J. Wilkerson; Sgt.-at-Arms T. Castellana S.N.E.A. Members Visit Jackson’s Mill Various members of the Student National Education Association of Morris Harvey visi- ted Jackson’s Mill in October for the State Conference. While there, chapter president, Jennifer Wilkerson, was elected SNEA W. Va. state president. The SNEA meets once a month at which time there are guest speakers, panel discus- sions and demonstrations for the education students. The purpose of these activities is to enlighten education majors more on their in- tended professions. Throughout the year the SNEA also hosts a tea for freshman interested in the field of edu- cation, a Christmas banquet and a picnic in May for the installation of new officers. A total of 125 students at Morris Harvey com- pose the SNEA under the guidance of Mr. Rex Plymale. Mrs. Frank J. Krebs, supervisor of student teaching at McGwigan Elementary, aids Cathy Hatch in teaching a child to read. 72 A.C.E.I. Hosts Spring Membership Tea Each spring the Association for Childhood Edu- cation International hosts a tea for newly induct- ed members. The student teachers who are mem- bers of the Association share an interest in the improvement of educational opportunities for children of nursery, kindergarten and elementary grade levels. To understand the opportunities offered, the A.C.E.I. also makes a field trip to a local school. A.C.E.I. members are P. Akers, P. Schepman, E. Meadows, D. Sirlin, A. Robinson, C. Levine, J. Lversen, M. Wellman, J. Pochtar, M. Freedman, and Mrs. N. Rowley. Association Prepares Students for Medical Careers Pre-Medical Association members include: C. Ward, Dr. R. Nunley, R. Guttman, Dr. F. Clark, D. Ley, H. Skelton, R. Hirchak, R. Scherick, R. Buckalew, and R. Williams. 73 Clockwise from lower left: P. Amendola-Jr. Class Rep.; C. Snyder-Fr. Class Rep.; M. Stover— Sr. Class Rep.; D. Finnegan— Soph. Class Rep.; R. Buckalew— Vice-President; M. Lanzilotta— President; B. Jontos— Jr. Class President; J. Kessler— Secretary; C. Zervos— Sgt.-at-Arms; G. Hill— Treasurer; J. Cunningham— Sr. Class President. College Activities Dependent Numerous school events depend upon the Student Government Association’s continuous service to all collegiates. The planning of all school social func- tions must be calendared by the S.G.A. The activities of the S.G.A. this year were quite numerous beginning with an all school mix, Fresh- man orientation, conduction of Freshman elec- tions, the Thanksgiving Vacation Blast-Off, trans- portation to and from the basketball games, the May Day sing, and other all-school events. The se- lection of the most typical Freshmen and students of the month are also duties carried out by the S.G.A. Mike Lanzilotta, this year’s president, set up sever- al committees in order to further campus functions in conjunction with the student government policy. Among the committees that were activated are the Student Activities Committee, which has charge of all Geary Student Union functions, and the Stu- dent Opinion Poll Committee, which explored the problems presented it by the students. All in all the success of the present school year is owed to the perseverance of the S.G.A. Student Opinion Poll takers check off an- other viewpoint offered them by M.H.C. students. Members of the Poll include B. Avolese, B. Kosic, R. Buckalew, K. War- ren, and D. Hughes. Upon S.G.A. Calendar Service Activities Committee members look deep for inspirational ideas to orga- nize on campus functions. Members of the group include A. Robinson, B. Greever, M. Jones, B. Wald, C. Warwick, and R. Christian. No, the Esquires weren’t on campus every night, but they did manage to be one of several bands spotlighted at the S.G.A. mixes. 75 76 Buddy Hatfield installs current S.G.A. officers Gwen Hill, Jan Kessler, Mike Lanzilotta, and Ron Buckalew during May Day ceremony. Int erested students discuss problems of the cafeteria in a special meeting with the SGA officers. Clockwise from lower left: R. DeMichele; L. Kostel; S. Havorka; D. Holly; C. Goodman; B. Cicle; F. Lewis; S. Tucker; M. Maxwell; J. Boncic; P. Copeland; B. Hall; J. Singer; B. Morgan; M. Stanek; S. Bryan; C. DeBacco; P. Alexander; M. Guinan; B. Krenisky; P. Marrioty; P. King; L. Sherick; K. Adams. Center: B. Cummings; J. Morton; E. Crosscup; C. Placek; L. Smith. W.A.A. Encourages Good Health Through its various athletic recreational functions, the W.A.A. encourages campus coeds to lead a more energetic and healthful life. The more than 50 members of this organization strive to promote the athletic interests and good sportsmanship of all college women. Dinners, picnics, swimming and bowling parties, camping, intramurals, intercollegiate sports and play days for area high schools are only a small portion of the events crowding the W.A.A.’s cal- endar for the year. Other W.A.A. members are also active as Morris Harvey cheerleaders. 78 Practices for Campus Coeds 79 18 Freshman Women Join Alpha Lambda Delta The largest national honorary on campus. Alpha Lambda Delta, initiated 18 freshman women this spring into the society. These women attained an overall average of 3.5 or better in their first se- mester at Morris Harvey to achieve membership. Front row: D. Jones, reporter; S. Jacobs, vice-president; C. Le- Rose, president; J. Burchett, secretary. Second row: D. Bald- win; P. Cook; C. Kolb; B. Mullins. Third row: K. Posten; M. Milam; C. Shamblen; A. Stonestreet. Fourth row: M. Cole- man; S. Callicoat; N. Norman; J. Miller. Fifth row: D. Han- na; S. Faber; K. Warren; C. Flint. Sixth row: R. Allen; V. Pullen; V. Collins; S. Blizzard. Back row: S. Gentle; Mrs. J. McClanahan; S. Hovorka; L. Price; P. Bostic. Eagles Compete in G-E College Bowl The Golden Eagle Academic team competed for submitted questions, the four finalists were the first time on the C-E College Bowl in New coached by Dr. Frank J. Krebs and Harry A. York on April 16. Aided by faculty and student Young in many practice rounds of competition. Seated: G. Britton; N. Norman; C. Shamblen; D. Kiser; J. Stephenson; J. Zander; D. Basham. Standing: J. Cooper; B. Lehman; R. Ribak; M. Austin; S. Grow. Tau Beta Sigma Honors Music Majors Members of Tau Beta Sigma are: M. McGowan-Secretary, D. Kinser, S. La- Rue, M. Grose— Treasurer, B. Walters— Vice-President, and S. Thomas— Presi- dent. Tau Beta Sigma is a selective honor- ary created in 1962 to distinguish outstanding women in the college band. Membership is extended as a reward for technical achievement and also exhibits the honorary’s ap- preciation for superior music provid- ed by Morris Harvey women. Greater student interest in good music and promotion of the college band are goals maintained by Tau Beta Sigma. Pi Kappa Delta Attends Convention Participating in the National Convention at the University of Wisconsin this spring are members of Pi Kappa Delta, students honored for their de- bating achievements. Together with the Debate Club, the organization sponsored the Inter-Collegiate Debate Tourna- ment on campus in the fall to stimulate progress and interest in the field of forensics. Taking time out for a stroll to discuss de- bate techniques are E. Goff, B. Thaxton, C. Howard, advisor Roselyn Freedman, D. Jarrell, V. Wise, and K. Kennedy. 81 Alpha Psi Omega Presents ‘Oscars’ Alpha Psi Omega annually pre- sents an “Oscar” to the best ac- tor, actress, and technician who have worked in current Blackfri- ars’ productions. The college dramatics society also honors new members with a banquet and affords the opportunity for Morris Harvey College students to enjoy better treatre. J. Wilkerson, V. Wise, J. Moyse, K. Kennedy, J. Course), M. Jones, and B. Kay compose Alpha Psi Omega. Future Government Subject of Pi Gamma Mu The future of the government in the state of West Virginia was one of several subjects discussed by members of Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary. Dr. Richard Slaver, administrative assis- tant to Governor Hulett C. Smith, spoke to the members and their guests at a fall dinner on this topic. New members were initiated in the fall and spring at dinners featuring guest speakers on various cur- rent affairs topics. Front row: K. Aboul-Hosn, J. Kessler, Mrs. E. Harris, Mr. J. Young, S. Faber, and L. Bishop, Row two: P. Thomas, J. McFadden, B. Lehman. Mr. J. Hotopp, B. Ireland, and L. Hayhurst. 82 Kappa Kappa Psi Awards Best Bandsman Kappa Kappa Psi music honor- ary annually awards a plaque for the best bandsman and spon- sors many guest speakers and conductors. The honorary fosters a close rel- lationship between college bands, promotes a high level of musical attainment, cultivates the enjoy- ment of music, and honors out- standing bandsmen through the privilege of membership. Bandsmen recognized by Kappa Kappa Psi include B. Edwards, R. Young, T. Carroll, and G. Knepler. Kappa Delta Pi Acknowledges Educators Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society acknowledging achievement in the field of teacher education. Employment interviews, a panel discussion, a lab visit at Marshall University, and several speakers highlight the society’s calendar. Front Row . N. Cox- treasurer; A. Cadd— secretary. J. Thompson— president; S. Faber-vice president; i Dery historian; B. Burgan. Second Row: P. Beverly; K. Gladwell: B. McClanahan; M. Fields; S. McCoy: B. Hanlon; J. Coursey; M. Heilman. Third Row: M. Jones; J. Watters; R. Church; L. Sun- day; ( Hayford; J. Tierney; 6. Reed; G. Casdorph; C. Warwick. Fourth Row: L. Rucker; B. Pleas- ant; Y Burford; W. Empson; R. Plymale: R. Schultz; J. Copley: A. Sloan. Fifth Row: F. Coflin- dafler: I Sawyer; F. Krebs; C. Tamplin; J. Rowley; K. Holmer; E. Meadows; D. Shaver. Sixteen Honored Lawrence Bishop, Judith Melis, and Wil- liam Robinette Gerald Walsh, Isaiah Coleman, Julia Miller, and Robert Ward for Outstanding Achievement Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Beverly Krenisky, Robert Stiles, Norma Jean Inman, Susan Faber, Joan Thompson, Charles Burford, and Stephen Law Barbara Ireland, and Martha Bostic 85 Sigma Tau Delta Stimulates Reading Sigma Tau Delta is the national English honorary with the purposes of stimulating worthwhile reading, the mastery of written expression, and the fostering of a spirit of fellowship among those majoring in the field of English while attending Morris Harvey. N. Shafer, P. Akers, E. Meadows, J. McCune, C. Nichols, M. Stover, and C. Watters. Chi Beta Phi Bestows Science Medal Front row: C. Burford— President; Dr. A. C. Blackwell— advi- sor; E. Kern— Historian. Back row: C. R. Green— Vice- President; R. Garrett— Secretary; E. Ruwet-Treasurer. Front row: C. Shanholtzer; B. McClanahan; K. Wells; O. Spencer. Second row: R. Mello; K. Gladwell; R. Guttman; J. Rowe; R. Shott. Third row: C. Meadors; B. Pleasant; J. Thompson; M. Meadors; G. Naylor. Fourth row: T. Collins; G. Pennington; R. Scherick; R. G. Nunley; E. Crockett. Fifth row: C. Morgan; D. Withrow; R. Ruben; R. Hirchak; J. Wyatt. Sixth row: P. Hudnall; T. Perrine; B. Kline; L. Jen- kins; F. Clark. 86 Chapel Broadens Religious Outlooks Through a variety ot speakers from neighboring churches, students at Morris Harvey College are awakened to differences in their religious beliefs during weekly services held in the O. J. Morrison Chapel. The participation of M.H.C. students, as well as community leaders, helps in maintaining a feeling of fellowship between the College and the people of Charleston. Newman Club Promotes ‘Up With People’ The highly successful “Up With People” program was brought to campus this fall by the Newman Club. Sponsoring Sunday mass in the ballroom, confession and other social activities, the Newman Club acts to unite the spiritual resources of Catho- lics on campus. Seated: P. Alexander, K. Richter, D. Minka, M. Gun- Burket, B. Martino, E. Ephrussi, S. Burke, H. Geer, M. ther, and M. Stanek. Standing: T. Paladino, C. Placek, K. McGowan, E. Light, and V. Haro. 87 Back Row: J. Remenyi, G. Knepler, T. Starr, B. Marx, M. Kadish, and M. Hofleld. Row 2: M. Tempesku, L. Berkeley, J. Elbling, H. Crane, A. Goran, D. Bodnar, and H. BenAsher. Row 3: T. Podell, M. Cohen, T. Gallanter, D. Rems, S. Fayman, and B. Wald. Front Row: R. Freedman— advisor, B. Dershowitz, I. Steinberg, S. Levene, and J. Cohen. Early in the year, the 57 Moshavim members welcomed Israeli press and information counselor Dan Pattir, one of several distinguished guests presented to the students throughout the year. Under the guidance of Roselyn L. Freedman, i i Officers Thea Podell, Michael Tempesku, and Ira Steinberg pose for a picture during one of many dinners sponsored by Moshavim. Moshavim strives to foster social, cultural and reli gious development among the Jewish students of Morris Harvey. A Chanukah dinner, mock-Pass- over Seder, brunches and films are just a small part of the organization’s efforts to further its purpose. 88 Moshavim Welcomes Israeli Visitor Israeli Embassy representative Dan Pattin discusses the current Arab crisis with students. 89 First row- A. Henson, J. Miller, C. McNeel. Second row-W. Houck, director; D. Elkins, K. Wells, C. Sivens. Third row— W. Faulkni- er, D. Pauley, H. Jones, E. Crockett, Dean J. Rowley. M.S.M. Offers Campus FORUM TOPICS “Black Power— What Is It?” “Is It Ever Right to Break the Law?” “Christianity vs. Atheism” “Inter-faith Marriages” “Authority and The Bible” “Moral Problem of the Population Explo- sion” “Where Are You Going” “Can We Afford Poverty?” “Tensions and Mental Anxieties” “College Student Problems” “Viet Nam and It’s Problems” 90 President Marshall Buckalew and other faculty members enjoy punch at the annual Christmas reception. •! m T |f|| M|f| k m ; r- ili I WBm i " ‘ 1 V Variety of Forum Topics can a re gfPofri jgvsrhf Spcaket... (mm r tofteshmenis fcOO L OBD c Itf- ' mosL Just one of many topics offered by the M.S.M. Homer Davis speaks out on Black Power and what it is. 91 Sunday Discussions Held by United Christians U.C.F. members include: S. Plain, W. Faulknier, J. Pitzer, B. Mockridge, J. Tezack, C. Warwick, H. Jones, B. Bottinelli, D. Pauley, and The Rev. Albright. Sundays find members of the United Christian Fellowship dis- cussing their future service in a full-time Christian program. Under the leadership of the school chaplain, U.C.F. strives for an attitude of Christian brother- hood within the community. Chi Rho Fellowship Greets Seminarians Visiting seminarians were greeted throughout the year by Chi Rho members upon their arrival at Morris Harvey. Working with the other religious organizations on campus, Chi Rho seeks to foster a Christian atmosphere among the students of Morris Harvey. W. Faulknier, D. Elkins, B. Mockridge, H. Jones, A. Henson, the Rev. Albright, S. Thomas, J. Leggett, and C. Warwick compose Chi Rho. 92 Morris Harvey’ s Panhellenic Council not only ac- quaints freshmen women with the different sororities on campus, but also presents a complete picture of sisterhood to the whole student body. The Council is essential in maintaining friendly inter-sorority rela- tionships as well as high social and scholastic standards. Through a freshman welcome party, an all-Greek women’s Christmas party, a tea for both fall and spring rush, a council meeting for all rushees, an acting forum for all questions pertaining to the sororities, and Greek Week, the Panhell strives to accomplish its objectives. This year’s officers include: Kathy Falgitano— Secre- tary, Jan Kessler— Vice-President, and Ann Robinson— President. Panhellenic Governs Sorority Activities 93 a? AND THEY ' RE OFF! Panhellenic members work together on Rush Handbook. 94 Alpha Xi Delta represntatives: T. Erder- ly, A. Gerwig, C. Goodwin. Santa and her helpers. Alpha Omicron Pi representatives: K. Falgitano, M. Guinan, L. Clark I.F.C. officers who governed fraternity activities during the past year were: Paul Raider— Secretary, Tom Sabol— Trea- surer, Cary Schmiedel— Vice-President, and Sandy Gordon— President. I.F.C. Fosters Brotherhood 96 Governing fall and spring rush is the major func- tion of the college Inter-Fraternity Council. By fostering a spirit of mutual helpfulness among the Greek organizations and promoting friendly relations, leadership, scholarship and loyalty, the I.F.C. hopes to acquaint men with the advan- tages of entering into fraternal relationships. Throughout the year the Council is active in sponsoring track and field events, hayrides, dances, picnics and v olunteer work in the com- munity of Charleston. Tau Kappa Epsilon representatives were S. Aaronson, B. McTeague, and C. Rossi. Representing Sigma Epsilon Phi were B. Jenack, R. Bowers, and B. Dorrance. Candidates for Greek God, the contest spon- sored by I.F.C. and Panhellenic. 97 Alpha Omicron Pi proudly displays the trophy they won in the 1966 May Day Sing. AOI1 goes to District Day. 1 i 98 WMilAlSCMtP-AN Alpha ©micron MAR- J JClttK WMCLA ■ MAYNARD CLIZAKTN A DCRY “A friend is someone who divides troubles and multiplies joys ...” Friendship in Alpha Omicron Fi is something that cannot be valued too highly. Sisterhood, loyalty, community service, and scholarship all contribute to making Alpha Omicron Pi an asset to Morris Harvey College. Each fall the sorority sponsors a style show fea- turing fashions for both guys and gals. The fall dance usually has as its theme days in Dogpatch while the spring dance is centered on red roses, the symbol of friendship. During rush the sisters host the traditional Hawaiian Luau. Donations to the Frontier Nursing Program is the sorority’s main philanthropic project. On campus the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi are active in a wide variety of clubs. Alpha Omicron Pi officers are: President Margaret Guinan, Corresponding Secretary Diane Sirlin, Treasurer Kay Gladwell, and Recording Secretary Julie Miller. 99 Alpha Omicron Bi’s contribution to May Court 1966. Journey with us to the land of coconuts and palm trees. Do you really think Bill will be here before 1 get dressed? ¥ .t Fall pledges are honored by a tea. 100 In honor of their many years of loyal service to Alpha Omicron Pi, the sisters of Phi Kappa chap- ter dedicate this page to Mrs. Irene Sawyer and Mrs. Jearl Koontz. Mrs. Sawyer receives sterling silver tray set in honor of her retirement. 101 d kiMdm LARRY A BISHOP DONALD 0 KARlE JR STEVEN C HANLEY BERNAROM HCLFANO ROGER D KRINEY RONALD W BUCKAlEW ROBERT M WIEDMECR ANTHONY P GUZZAROO RON J i A MARIANA DENNIS P PER8ECK JOHN W VERMEULEN DONALD C BELL CHARLES E CAHILL JACK H WALTERS WARREN L STACKHOUSE BRIAN C KOENIG Alpha Sigma Phi officers are: (seated) A. Davis, treasurer; G. Walsh, president; R. Hirchak, vice-president. Standing: T. Schultze, corresponding secretary; B. Briggs, marshall; R. Mueller, secretary; E. Ruwet, scholarship. Alpha ' Sigma 1% ROBERT J FREEMAN NICK V GETTlS KENNETH SUTTON PATRICK R AMENDOLA THOMAS W TOMLJANOVIC JAMES C PULAOCCK PETER GATOWSKJ RALPH J PCSAPANE DONALD J CLARE GEORGE I MCLIS Wh.uAM R PORTER ARTHUR W HAMON KIRKE C WILSON 0AV10 M BABER ROBERT J WARD STEPHAN C WE SS 102 The most significant event of the year for the Gamma Mu Chapter of Alpha Sig- ma Phi was receiving the Grand Senior President’s award from the Alpha Sigma Phi National Office. This award distin- guishes Morris Harvey’s chapter as the one which best embodies the ideals and purposes of Alpha Sigma Phi. This seemed to be the year for awards for Gamma Mu Chapter as it also re- ceived the Dean’s Scholarship Trophy, the Intramural Sports Trophy, the May Day Sing Trophy, and the first Greek Week Trophy. Gamma Mu Chapter be- came the first chapter to receive the award for social service twice consecu- tively from the Alpha Sigma Phi Nation- al Organization. Highlighting its social year is the tradi- tional Black and White Formal. The Fall and Spring Weekends, the Christmas Dance, where Miss Kathy Warren was named Sweetheart of the Year, and oth- er gatherings filled out the social cal- endar. AtfeAii iM ALAN I DUN5T THJMAS P SA0OL BRUCE M PELLER iM aJI ik BUSTER P AVULESE PARKER WHITE JAMES M RUM MICHAEL 6 SAROINSKT TERRY « RAAB DENIS € F1NNEOAN HENRY E ANDERSON BOS C BADO PRANK J OANOO Gerry Walsh receives the Grand Senior President’s Award from the National Pres- ident of Alpha Sigma Phi. 103 104 Just make sure it falls in the waste basket. 105 K. McKnight, Recording Secretary; C. Renaldo, Corresponding Secretary; J. Boncic, Vice President; S. Ransberger, Membership Chairman; S. Higgins, Pledge Trainer; P. Tortora, Treasurer; A. Gerwig, President. A HA MCI HOS KING A SUSAN JOHNSON C0M4C O ' MAP -0T A JAN KESSLtB A BONN ' S MORGAN -AURA HA MURS’ Friendship . . . Scholarship . . . Loyalty . . . Service . . . Achievement. These are just a few words that describe Alpha Xi Delta. The sisters of Delta Pi Chapter take pride in all the trophies, honors, and awards they have received, but find greater rewards in the bond of sisterhood. Members have received recogni- tion in Who’s Who, Dean’s List, Student Gov- ernment, and many other phases of college life. Some of the traditions of the sorority are the annual Christmas Dance, the Mother- Daughter Banquet, and sponsorship of a Korean War Orphan. The sisters also tutored children at the Union Mission during the month of November. MANY GUNTHER CAHOCE rEBVCS CAHOLE PcACEK 106 107 Well, it’s different anyway. 109 - 110 Would you believe an all girl band! Delta Zeta Sorority fosters such qualities as scholarship, loyalty, and friendship among ner sisters; however, the most important prin- ciples stressed are freedom and creativity. The key to the success of the Meta Tau Chapter has been its continual growth. In the past few years the Delta Zeta Chapter has grown from a few members to what is now forty. Delta Zeta sponsors many activities during each school year. These range° from the annual Christmas Formal to working with retarded and blind children. ' The annual for- mal rush party is a Twilight Tea which is held each spring. As all the other organizations on campus, Delta Zeta has done its share in furthering the progress of Morris Harvey College. Robin Slater helping one of the retarded children. Ill Collegiates and Alumnae mix during tea. Don ' t they make lovely couples? 112 2BKE2 nrjnri f Hiy ' r i,iwinurir ■vi 4ifc Dorm life often means studying in bed. Drink, dance and be merry . . . R. Bowers, secretary; W. Donance, treasurer; F. Rapp, vice president; F. Matthews, president. Fred Rapps’ pinmate, Mari, receives the traditional rose. Getting ready for the Christmas Dance was no easy task. WILLIAM 6RIZZELL BILL J JENACK ROBERT H BENSON THOMAS L OAVID S MOORE 114 FRED A BARKEY ALAN M SANDER PAUL M RAIDER RODNEY W MELTON ROBERT E KANE JOSEPH L ROBERTSON THOMAS L MARTIN MARK S FRANCIS MARSHALL P MANN Donna Spurlock, Sigma Epsilon Phi’s representative and winner of the Best Dressed Co-Ed Contest, is presented a Christmas present by Frank Matthews. Sigma Epsilon Phi The history of Sigma Epsilon Phi is not only of past deeds, but also includes the hopes and aspi- rations of young men working towards a goal of service to Morris Harvey and the community. These young men were unofficially united in the spring of 1965 by a common desire to meet the challenges of an ever-expanding college’s needs. Months went by and the organization grew stronger as the men became more diligent in the fulfillment of their purpose. A petition was filed and recognition by Morris Harvey was achieved, making Sigma Epsilon Phi a local fraternity. Now the hopes of these young men extend to- ward nationalizing their chapter. Plans for this are in the workings and should be realized in the near future. At that time, aided by the national organization, Sigma Epsilon Phi will be able to devote full-time toward their initial goal of ser- vice. LANCE J VAUGHAN ROCKY H BOWERS JAMES ARTHUR WILLIAM C. DORRANCE FRED G. RAPP FRANK B MATHEWS MARK P ROBINSON 115 w B. Plybon, vice-president; F. Freedman, pledge trainer; J. Dasti, historian; J. Web- er, treasurer; J. Burgess, secretary; F. Hellinghausen, sergeant at Arms; P. Lemley, president; R. Coleman, chaplain. 5 " au jTlappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon at Morris Harvey Col- lege is a fraternity that holds personal worth and character of its members above wealth and achievement. Each year the chapter sponsors the Playboy Dance, the largest dance open to the entire student body. At this dance, the TKE Play- mate for the year, chosen by the editor of Playboy Magazine, is announced. This year’s Playmate is Carol Yasgur. As another annual event the members have a Christmas Party for the children in Charleston General Hos- pital. At the formal Christmas Dance, the Sweetheart is announced. The fraternity also participates in many ac- tivities with brother West Virginia Chapters, such as a Leadership Conference. The chap- ter also has an annual retreat for the members at Camp Gallahad in the fall. Highlighting the school year, the brothers have their Spring Weekend and a Farewell Dance. As a community service, the TKEs aid in the projects at Sunrise. jm«cs weber Albert barker Robert batlovs ROBERT MC TEAGUE DAVID PFOST WILLIAM DEVORE MURRAY CAPLAN CHARLES PRINCIPE OAVIO GALLAGHER DALE WATERMAN JOSEPH FLECK ALAN COHEN ROBERT ANOERSON LYNFORO BE ' L ING JEFFREY RUDES MICHAEL PETRUZZ ELLO JOSEPH BUROESS RlCHARO COLEMAN LAWRENCE NOOA ERNEST MILLER PAUL TEOESCO 118 TKE Playmate, Miss Carol Yasgur JOHN OASTI MAUN ICC HARTNETT PETER LEMLEY JOHN RIOCR WILLIAM GREENBLUM SANFORD GORDON DOMINICK CASTELLANO CLAUDE MASlKO 6E0R0E LESLIE ANTHONY MAURlNO JOSEPH FARGO STEVEN STURZ Charles rossi richaro gilbert james hogan Frederick merath MICHAEL JARRETT ROBERT LEWIS ARTHUR STEWART ANTHONY CASTE L LANA FRANK MULFORD Annual Christmas Party held for the children at Charleston Gener- al Hospital. 119 121 1 v Raymond e nicmolson ' MICHAEL J LANZlLO T A p 7 K jj 1 5 1 mm F ROBERT YOUNG i VINCENT J NARO TW Mr n Wk PHILIP E GORDON Jfl A ERIC J HEYBROECK ' M 4 H MATHEW L MILLEN WAVMONO N LACARIA M. Jones, alumni chairman; R. Scherick. scholarship; M. Lanzilotta, social chairman; M. Janovicz, corresponding secretary; M. Millen, treasurer; B. Mason, vice-president; F. Nigro, president. 2b im % i : GARY W TOSCANO HARVEY N LISOAR ALAN K TANNENBAUM WALTER S DOOSON JR FRED C BERNINGEP It Planting rhododendron bushes is just one of the many Theta Xi campaigns for the better- ment of the community. 122 m i % i H to j Roeerr cuwlngham jr william l carpenter Robert r cantrell jr eta J£i v V The Xiguys of Theta Xi Fraternity began the academic year with their highly publicized Xigoat. An unusually Quaint animal, the mascot debuted at the beginning of tne soccer season. Each month the brothers sponsored one dance; the ex- ceptions were the annual Christmas Dinner at Meadow- brook Country Club and the social eventless month of January. The Christmas Dinner has become a tradition of the Kappa Zeta Chapter. Pinmates receive orchid corsages from Mr. John Young, and the sweetheart is named. This year Mrs. Linda Gross, wife of Brother Samuel Gross, re- ceived the usual arm bouquet of long-stemmed red roses and the honor of Theta Xi Sweetheart. Brothers also participated in numerous civic projects. For example, 100 rhododendron bushes were planted at Sun- rise Mansion and money was collected for the Kanawha County Muscular Distrophy Association. Another of the chapter traditions, the Spring Formal, closed a highly successful year for Theta Xi Fraternity in connection with the college and community. Christmas Dance highlights pre-vacation celebration. Who says the three-legged race can’t be complicated? WENDELL C HOOVER t ' fl ANTON W VESELY IPP JAMES « WALLACE JOHN A YOUNG 123 124 f A x d:i Sweethearts are serenaded. Bob, what are you doing in the girls dorm? Sing along with me . . . TO 125 BBS W: : :3S: : x«s3 mmm mmm :’: x x xvx«x« mm •VvXvI ' .vI ' XXv. ' .Vi V ,V»V. • A • ViVtYi. WA ' .V.V. ' .VVtSy ■!•!•!•! vXvv; » mmm •X ' XvIvX ' mmmm : xvX fiSssa Mmmmmmmm mm XvXv Xv.%: XaXv •: x : SSsS •XwX« W.V X;Xv. ’.VfWtVixo Sol xSffl •$x$ •XvX .v.vX •x-x •X X;X SKv.v ,v.w Ijiiiiiil mm wX Xv . ATHLETICS Coach Clarke Herdic gives vital in- structions to the Little Eagles during the M.H.C. -Wesleyan scoreless stand-ott. NEW GOLDEN EAGLES No one person could honestly say that the 3-7-1 record the new Golden Eagle “Boosters” posted in their freshman season of Soccer was a direct indi- cation of their performance on the field this fall. The true success of Coach Clarke Herdic’s squad was definitely not brought out in the won-lost col- umn, but in the spirit, faith, and hard work which kept this team ' s morale continually at its peak. Supporting this fact even further was the selection of two players to the First All-West Virginia Con- ference Soccer Team, with Bob Holliday as goalie and Bill Jenack as halfback. Four other members of the team had the distinc- tion of playing their first and yet their last season for Morris Harvey. They were John Barclay, Rog- er Mello, John Marren, and Bob Ward. In addi- tion, eight lettermen will return for action next season: Chick Ciccarelli, Jim Hovanic, Ed Pereira, Pete Meszaros, Joe Roskowski, Ed Sarluca, Bill Wood, and Bob Young. The 1967 season will be even more exciting and successful when the team hits the field this fall. The new Little Golden Eagles born on Blackwell Field include: Front row: J. Barclay, C. Ciccarelli, D. DeMaria, R. Mello, B. Holliday, B. Wood, R. Tesi, V. Longtin, E. Fulkes. Back row: Coach C. Herdic, B. Young, R. Eulau, J. Starr, J. Roskowski, E. Pereira, B. Jenack, P. Meszaros, B. Ward, J. Marren, M. Sanford, E. Sarluca 128 Pereira and Marren await rebound from head of Morehead fullback. KICK SOCCER GOALS John Barclay knows it takes brain as well as brawn to play this game as he hits the ball with his noggin. Marietta goalie makes sliding save of Eagle’s shot. Wood blocks out opposition enabling Goalie Holliday to stymie Marietta ttack. 130 Youi th a new fight song to back the Gol- n Eagles, the Maroon and Gold got to a roaring start on their third flight Kansas City. This year under Coach ch Meckfessel, the Golden Eagles Tie back even stronger than last year, ablishing the best four year, three ar, two year, and one year records of y team in the past. ie Eagles started off the 1966-67 season Ath a 110-80 victory over Beckley. They suffered their only defeats of the i jison against Marshall, 87-110, and f lte 90-98. However, the later defeat Marshall, 86-79, paved the way for a al 14 game winning streak, including defeat of State, 97-87. the Quincy Holiday Tournament the feated Oklahoma Baptist, and the Quine H gles defea t m iviLUCiicau oiuic U 1 IViUlCllCclU 3lctlC u 0 Wesleyan 0 1 Marietta 4 2 Alderson-Broaddus 6 2 Davis Elkins 3 10 State 0 0 Marshall 1 2 Morehead State 4 Both squads anxiously await result of Marren’s penalty kick. Mello makes stiff elbow while trying to thwart Morehead attack. 131 John Barclay knows it takes brain as well as brawn to play this game as he hits the ball with his noggin. Marietta goalie makes sliding save of Eagle’s shot. Seated: Manager I. Goldstein; G. Martin; J. Hayes; R. Hart; J. R. Meckfessel; C. Dawson; M. Curry; B. Plybon; S. Quinn; G. Eaton; B. Robinette; Manager C. Ciccarelli. Standing: Coach Childers; R. Null; S. Conley; Coach J. Moore. GOLDEN EAGLES WING WAY Coach Rich Meckfessel, West Virginia Sports Writers Association’s Coach of the Year, ponders the outcome of the championship W.V. I.A.C. game as his starting five move into the spotlight on the court be- fore the clock begins. With a new fight song to back the Gol- den Eagles, the Maroon and Gold got off to a roaring start on their third flight to Kansas City. This year under Coach Rich Meckfessel, the Golden Eagles came back even stronger than last year, establishing the best four year, three year, two year, and one year records of any team in the past. The Eagles started off the 1966-67 season with a 110-80 victory over Beckley. They then suffered their only defeats of the season against Marshall, 87-110, and State, 90-98. However, the later defeat of Marshall, 86-79, paved the way for a final 14 game winning streak, including the defeat of State, 97-87. In the Quincy Holiday Tournament the Eagles defeated Oklahoma Baptist, and Upper Iowa, only to lose the final game to St. Benedict’s. TO KANSAS CITY AGAIN M.H.C. wrapped up first place in the Conference by defeating Salem 79-77. In their final game, the Eagles beat Davis and Elkins 132-70. This score established a new school record for the highest score in a single game. Roger Hart went all out that night and scored 53 points. Thus, the Eagles entered the WVIAC Tournament with an overall 22-3 record. The Eagles defeated West Liberty in the first Tournament game 81-68, and then took Wheeling 91-79, setting us up against Fairmont for the title game. Coach Meckfessel and his team were de- termined not to repea t last year’s events as they beat the courageous Falcons 98-84. Morris Harvey walked away with the Tournament trophy and placed three men on the All-Conference team. “We’re Number One!” echoed through the Civic Center as the Golden Eagles winged their way to Kansas City for the NAIA Tournament. Bob Plybon goes in for the lay-up as his defender fouls him in a vain attempt to block the shot. 133 Lucky No. 10 Jim Hayes takes rebound and puts it back up for two. MHC team members watch from bench as Ron Null is fouled going up for two and Rog- er Hart passes into the middle of a play pat- tern. Rebounding team of Martin and Curry come down with another ball. Senior Roger Hart, Junior Gerald Martin, and Sophomore Jim Hayes gain tro- phies as members of the All-Tournament team. Golden Eagles warm up before facing the opposing team. SEASON RECORD MHC 110 Beckley 80 87 Marshall 110 " 96 Marietta 94 111 Glenville 74 106 A.-B. 76 88 Fairmont 84 63 Tech 51 90 State 98 86 Marshall 79 81 Glenville 75 99 86 Beckley West Liberty 85 75 115 Wesleyan 78 95 Wheeling 76 110 Concord 88 87 Fairmont 79 76 Tech 64 97 State 87 88 Concord 63 79 132 Salem Davis Elkins 77 70 Quincy Holiday Tournament MHC 87 103 Oklahoma Baptist Upper Iowa St. Benedict’s 72 78 72 8 1 " • MHC 81 WVIAC TOURNMENT West Liberty 68 91 Wheeling 79 98 Fairmont 84 J.V. CAGERS SHOW Brian Koenig captures the rebound to pocket the basket. Front row: J. Moore; S. Conley; B. Holzer; R. Kranschalk J. Eaton; E. Ely; Coach J. Moore. Sack row: A. Margolin; C. Dawson; S. Quinn; G. Childers; H. Tallman; B. Koenig; J. Browder; D. Roane. Chuck Dawson scores another 2 points. 136 Rocket Trainer, Red Hartman, patches up Eagle wings during the season. Gary Childers flies high to score a basket and obtains the free throw from the foul line. Spike Conley gains control of the tip during a jump ball. J.V. Coach Jerry Moore gives the team a pep talk during time out. REMARKABLE VARSITY STYLE Coach Jerry Moore’s J.V. team turned in an out- standing record this year. While defeated on only 3 occasions, the team compiled 13 wins. Leading scorer on the squad was Spike Conley with a 19.9 average for the season. Steve Quinn, 6 ' 5 " sophomore, led the team in the rebounding department, pulling down an average of 15 per game. The squad’s demonstrated potential proves that the Golden Eagles’ J.V. team has a lot to look forward to in the 1967-68 season. SEASON RECORD MHC 100 Mtn. State 46 100 Marshall 97 80 Marietta 82 90 Glenville 65 94 Chas. Hawks 89 76 Marshall 72 67 Glenville 64 85 wvu 85 MHC 99 Guyan Homes 86 90 Ohio U 88 87 Chas. . Rockets 62 103 Alumni 88 80 VPI 64 87 Superior Drugs 88 84 All -Stars 60 92 Bliss College 57 The ball gets away from John Eaton. 137 This year proved to be a first in many ways for the cheerleaders. A J.V. squad was introduced, boys became an active part of the squad, gym- nastics were emphasized, bands played at the games striking up the new fight song, and a WVIAC trophy for the Best Cheerleader of the Year was won by a member of the squad. CHEERLEADERS 138 Y. Taylor, B. Krenisky, P. Alexander, C. Wesner, R. Pesapane, B. Borea, B. Ward, and B. Duguid formed the Varsity Squad with Eagle B. Green- blum. C. DeBacco, S. Bryan, D. Czifra, and L. Sherrick comprosed the J.V. squad. KINDLE MOHAR SCH OOL SPIRIT An 8-0 record clinched the 1966 ten- nis title in the W.V.I.A.C. for the Golden Eagles. For the fourth conse- cutive year on campus the Eagle net- men brought home the state title af- ter defeating Tech, State, Wesleyan, and Fairmont in the fianl tourna- ment. Varsity lettermen Mello, White, Beckett, and McClelland are re- turning this spring to insure another title for Morns Harvey. EAGLES CLINCH TENNIS TITLE 1967 SPRING SCHEDULE April 5 Marietta 8 Wesleyan 1 1 Tech 13 State 15 Fairmont 17 E. Kentucky 18 Marshall 22 E. Kentucky 25 Tech 28 Salem 20 A.-B. May 2 Marshall 12 Fairmont 13 West Liberty 15-16 WVIAC Tournament 140 Last spring the Golden Eagles went to bat in Watt Powell Park under their new coach, Tom Kinder, who brought the team to a 6-11 record at the close of the 1966 season. The team showed excellent potential, however, for it was made up mostly of promising freshmen and sophomores. The 1967 season finds 13 lettermen returning to the line-up in addition to six new scholarship players and 1 1 other men. The Morris Harvey Eagles will play 22 games this season. Ten of these will be played at home in Watt Powell Park, while the remaining 12 will be played on the road. 1967 BASEBALL SCHEDULE r Tech April 29 Fairmont 8 Glenville May 11 State 2 Marshall 15 Marietta 6 Concord 18 Marshall 9 A.-B. 21 Tech 12 Wesleyan 25 Rio Grande 13 West Liberty 28 Salem May 14-19 Playoffs EAGLES PLAY ON GOLDEN DIAMOND Front Row: Coach T. Kinder; L. Rosenberg; M. Cooperstock; W. Stackhouse; P. Mezaras; T. Schaffer; B. Amado; K. Hodgson. Back Row: E. Sar- 141 luca; T. Burger; B. Anderson; P. Amendola; B. Bado; J. Neuner; R. Spinello; J. Hicks; D. Bennett. GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL [iiii » t u f 142 1 ■ HH INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 1 44 The E = MC volleyball team went all the way to victory with a 9- 1 sea- son record during the fall intramural program. Coach Thomas Kinder of the Physical Education Department directed the 14 participating treams throughout the program. Members of the champion team are: Front Row: P. Kiendel, J. Healty, and D. McClelland. Second Row: P. Garvey, R. McConnell, R. Eulau, K Haik, and B. Beckett. INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL 145 CHAMPIONS After a 6-1 record, Tau Kappa Epsilon successfully defeated Alpha Sigma Phi with a winning touchdown score of 14-6. Members of the TKE Championship team are: Row I: F. Hellinghausen, D. Gallagher, B. Anderson, R. Freeman, T. Castellana, B. Sebestyen, and J. Banton. Row 2: J. Dasti, M. Petruzziello, B. Devore, B. McConville, S. Aaronson, and L. Ramano. Row 3: B. Greenblum, D. Haydn, E. Miller, J. Crute, and T. Lehman. 146 147 m v Xv!v!v H BS85 c : : : : Xv!;.; FACULTY Marshall Buckalew President M.A., L.L.B. William E. Albright Chaplain B.A., B.D. Bruno E. K. Alter Head of Physics Department B.S., M S., Ph D. Frank Badger Librarian B.S., A.B., MA Joan Badger Reference Librarian B.S., M S. 150 Fred A. Barkey Associate Professor of History A.B., M.A. Robert L. Baylous Head of Physical Education Department A.B., M S. Edward L. Bibbee Assistant Business Manager B.S. Ashby C. Blackwell Dean Emeritus and Professor of Chemistry A.M., A.B., D.S.C., Ph D. 151 Neale Blackwood Instructor of Mathematics B.A., M.A. Jo Blackwood Director of Public Information B.S., M.S. Robert G. Blake Head of English Dept. A.B., M.A. John O. Boland Assistant Professor of Music B.M., M.M. Sandra S. Bowles Instructor of Nursing B.S.N., M.N.Ed. Harriet M. Brown Instructor of Business Administration and Secretarial Science A.S., B.S., M.A. W. J. Briggs, Jr. Director of Admissions B.S., M.S. P.G. Dorothy L. Brooks Head of Nursing Department B.S., M.Ed., M S N. Douglas C. Bumgardner Director of Geary Student Union and Community Services A.B., B.D., M.A. 152 Frank H. Clark Head of Biology Department B.S., M S., M.A., Ph D. Stella Cooksey Dean of Women, Director of Student Personnel Services B.S., M.A. Fred S. Coffindaffer Assistant Academic Dean A.B., M.S., M.Ed. B. L. Coon Assistant Professor of Business Administration B.A., C.P.A. Ora Crawford Instructor of Nursing M.A. Alex Darbes Professor of Psychology A.B., Ph D. Robert L. Daugherty Instructor of History and Social Science A.B., M.A. 154 Judith DeBoard Catalog Librarian B.S. Josephine Fink Roselyn L. Freedman College Store Manager Instructor of Speech B.A., M.F.A. 155 Bonnie Fulcher Instructor of Nursing B.S. James S. Gibson Assistant Professor of Art B.S., A.B., M.F.A. Nathan L. Gerrard Head of Sociology Department A.B., A M., Ph D. Mohamad Giahi Assistant Manager of College Cafeteria A.B. Carl Gilchrist Director of Public Relations B.A. T. F. Goldthorpe Assistant to the President B.S., M.B.A. Edgar L. Gray Head of History Department B.S., M.A., Ph D. Virginia P. Gray Head of Speech Department A.B., M.A. Wanda G. Hale Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics A.B., M S. 156 Evelyn Harris Head of Political Science A.B., M.A. John A. Hotopp Instructor of History B.A. Winton R. Houck Director of Alumni Affairs B.A. Clarke C. Herdic Instructor of Physical Education B.S., M.A. Leland P. Howard Associate Prosfessor of Education A.B., M.A. Janie Henkel College Nurse R.N Lark Dixon Hutto Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.A., M.Ed. Helen M. Jones Cashier B.S. Lucina Keane Head of Art Department B.S., M.A. Thomas M. Kinder Instructor of Physical Education A.B., M S. 158 Jearl S. Koontz Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Secretarial Science B.A.. M.A. Frank J. Krebs Vice President for Student Affairs A.B., M.A., Ph D. Edwin V. Lacy, Jr. Assistant Professor of Music BME, M.M. John Lambros Assistant Professor of Music B.M., M.A. Robert G. Landolt Head of Economics and Business Adminis- tration Departments A.B. M.A. George C. Lazenby Associate Professor, of Chemistry and Physics B.S., M S. Linda J. Leckie Assistant Director of Public Information 3.S.J. C. Frank LePage Director of Development Funds B.S., M.A. Charles L. Lieble Instructor in Geography B.A., M.A. 159 J. B. Logan, Jr. Assistant Professor of Business Administration A.B., M.S. Anna Grace Love Assistant Professor of History B.A., M.A. Mary Catherine Lowder Assistant Professor of English A.B., M.A. Jack McClannahan Assistant Registrar A.B. Joyce McClannahan Instructor of Foreign Languages B.A., M.A. Kenneth S. McCutchan Head of Psychology Department B.S., B.A., Ph D. Thomas J. McGinnis, Jr. Registrar B.S., M.A. C. L. McLaughlin Associate Professor of Business Administration M S., A.B. 160 Constance B. McLaughlin Assistant Professor of English B.S., M.A. Richard Meckfessel Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach B.S., M.A. Carl Thomas Meadors Instructor of Biology B.S. C. T. Miller, Jr. Assistant Professor of Religion A.B., B.D. Jerry W. Moore Assistant Basketball Coach A.B. Merewyn Meadors Instructor of Biology B.S. Hamilton D. Morris Assistant Professor of Sociology A.B., B.S., M.A. Thomas J. Morris Professor of Education A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Robert G. Nunley Associate Professor of Biology A.B., M.A., Ph D. Peter H. Olden Head of Foreign Language Department Ph.D. Robert Piltz Assistant Professor of Business Administration M.A. 162 Rexford P. Plymale Assistant Professor of Education A.B., M.Ed. Belford Roberts Business Manager, Treasurer, B.S., M.BA Frederick R. Ranson Instructor of History and Social Science A.B., M BA P. E. Roller Head of Mathematics Department Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences A.B., M.A., M S., Ph D. Clarence E. Roth Professor of History and Political Science A.B., M.A. James W. Rowley Academic Dean, and Vice President A.B., B.Sc., A M., M.A.Ed., Ed.D. Nyana R. Rowley Assistant Professor of Education A.B., M.A. 163 James E. Rucker Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds B.Sc. Eleanor G. Snyder Assistant Professor of English A.B., M.A. Haydn P. Sawyer Assistant Professor of English A.B., A M. Jesse G. Spencer Head of Chemistry Department B.S., M S., Ph D. Jerry A. Shields Assistant Professor of English A.B., M.A. Ahmad M. Tabbara Assistant Professor of Economics Clarence D. Tamplin Director of Evening Classes A.B., M.A. Grace Martin Taylor Associate Professor of Art A.B., M.A. Albert M. Terry Assistant Professor of English B.A., M.A. 164 Carl E. White Assistant Treasurer B.S. Sara Sue Wright Circulation Librarian B.S., M.A. Harry C. Young, Jr. Dean of Men Director of Student Activities B.S. E. Virginia Williams Professor of English A.B., M.A. Barbara Yeager Instructor of English B.A. Henry Wolf Chairman, Division of Humanities A.B., Mus. Bac., MA, Ph.D. Mrs. Edith I. Young Instructor of Nursing B.A., R.N. John A. Young Assistant Professor of History and Political Science A.B. Board of Trustees A ii -■? 38 ( , 4 J A 1 Wjm ■ 1 IjCt P « I A jt Yj tBjn Paul R. Anderson A. E. Bennett Fred G. Bannerot Bert Bradford, Jr. Marshall Buckalew H. P. Campbell Earl Cottrell Roger S. Creel Mason Crickard William M. Davis Neil C. Elphick Kay M. Evans C. W. Ferguson W. B. Geary Garl K. Gilchrist Julian C. Hansbarger Paul Hinkle Charles E. Hodges Fred H. Holloway Bernard H. Jacobson David D. Johnson Franklin Johnston Herbert E. Jones, Jr. J. E. McDavid J. William Martin Fred A. Otto James S. Phillips Hayes Picklesimer John V. Ray Leonard Riggleman Donald C. Shonk Fred M. Staunton A. S. Thomas, Jr. A. Garnett Thompson Deal H. Tompkins H. B. Wehrle C. C. Wise Bert E. C. Wolfe, Jr. J. B. F. Yoak, Jr. 166 167 UNDERCLASSMEN FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES JUNIORS 170 180 188 CLASS OFFICERS Tom Piccolo Sgt. at Arms Jonathan Schwitz Vice-Pres. James Arend President Helen Kraiger Sec.-Treas. Charlene Snyder SGA Rep. Lois Kushner Sgt. at Arms Freshmen Ken Abell Kathleen Adams Grace Albano Matt Alderman Margaret Alexander Jean Allen James Arend Andrea Arlen Elaine Bailey Diana Baldwin Glenna Ball Margaret Barnett Sandra Barton Keith Baudis Nelson Beers Hugh Beggs Bonnie Bennett Carl Bergman Paul Bernstein David Berry Tom Bishop Linda Bonecutter Patty Bostic Mary Botana Margaret Bowe Jack Bowen Mike Boyle Janet Brady John Braman Linda Brannick Sherry Bryan Laurence Bumbalo Sharon Burke Kathie Burket James Burroughs Linda Bursaw Douglas Byer Sharon Callicoat Kathleen Cantwell Bill Caracciolo Ken Castelline Yvonne Chandler Mary Jane Changes Cathy Chirico Patricia Clark Patricia Clark Eileen Clarke Denise Clay Samuel L. Cohen Victoria Collins 171 Donna Conn Paula Cook Richard Cooke Patricia Copeland Howard Crain Jean Cumming Doris Czifra Maureen Daly Patricia Dalton Chuck Dawson Glenn Dayton Leonora Debacco Hildreth Deck Laura Dellaguzzo Barbara Dershowitz Trudy Detrick Lynne Dilworth James Dodson Jeff Ferrell Bill Fiaccone James Fiola Betsy Fisher Woody Fleming Carole Flint Barbara Foster Jarrell Fulks James Fuller Linda Furtado John Gagliardi Kenneth Gaiman Terri Gallanter Gail Gardner Emily Gates Halle Geer Sharon Gentle Kathy Gilmore Lou Gioia Elaine Given Joseph Givens Bonnie Glassberg Carol Goldstein Peter Goodwin Alan Goran Craig Gordon Robert Gottlieb 172 % Linda Dodson Mary Frances Doss John Dougherty Robert Duguid Maiy Ducan Paul Dunn Daniel Dwyer Linda Echardt Evelyn Eckert Bill Eckler Curt Eddy James Elphick Ed Ely Tony Engesser Emmy Ephrussi Philip Familletti Mane Farus Janis Fendler FRESHMEN 173 Andrea Green Margy Green Karen Haas Bonita Hamlin Barbara Hammack Donna Hanna Donald Hark Kevin Rae Harris Donna Harting Rochelle Hartstein Russell Haug James Healy Richard Helminski John Herrick Donna Hirsh Melinda Holdren Karen Hollander David Holmes Betty Holstein Robert Holzer Richard Hopkins Susan Hovorka Charles Howard Hugh Hunt Katherine Hust Yvonne Ingram Lois Jacobson Ray Jacobson Barbara Jahr Susan Jenkins Vincent Jones Merle Kadish Carolyn Kaliski Sue Kirby Alan Kish Danny Knapp 174 Janice Knorr Cynthia Kolb Lynn Kostyal Andrea Kraeft Perdita Kramer Ronald Kranchalk David Krebs Melinda Kuhn Nicholas Kulina Carol Kushner Lois Kushner Sheila Landis Gary Lengemann Linda Le Rose Denise Levitsky Sharon Lewine Frances Lewis Eldena Light FRESHMEN Beverly Lipscher Victor Longtin William Lucht Jeff Lytle Marilyn MacNeil Keven MacPherson Joseph Maisto Gail Mannion Peter Marchese Vicki Marquardt Barbara Martino Ronnie Massey Kathy Matassa Maria Matuscavage Mary Maxwell Shiriey Mayl Karen McConville Bradford McDaniel 175 Pat McGill Madine McKi nney Darrell McKown Beverly Meadows Richard Metz Charles Mikels Mary Lou Milam Mike Miller Sara Mills Rose Mittenthal Bonnie Montague Steve Montgomery Jim Moore Mary Moore Susan Morgan Janice Morrison Ken Moses Delores Mullin Pamela Price Linda Proctor Charles Pugh Rose Puglia Sara Raaer Paul Rapport Mike Reed Gale Reichert James Reinen Lloyd Reinhard Sharon Rexroad Harriett Reynolds Rory Ribak Donna Richards Kim Richter Daniel Roane Donna Robinette Tom Robinson Jan Rodgers Georgia Rohan Diana Ronksleix Joe Roszkowski Dough Rothermell Andrew Rothlien Ronnie Rubenstein Richard Rubin Frederick Rude 176 Brenda Mullins Glenda Nelson Debbie Newmark Russell Nichols Anna Nigro Nancy Norman Glenn Ostrow Sylvia Parker Danny Pauley Paula Perkell Harriett Perlman Tom Piccolo Gayle Pink Stacey Pinkney Gloria Pitello James Pollack Judi Polskin Kathryn Posten FRESHMEN h 177 Ruth Rushbrook Brenda Russo Marcia Sachs Rick Sadolf Debbie Savas Eric Schwaneman Betsy Seewald Sue Segall Fred Seidman Ray Seyler Linda Sherrick Beverly Shirkey Karen Sieka Kathleen Simmons Robin Simpson FRESHMEN Jeree Singer Nancy Slack Steven Slack Edna Smith Karon Smith Joellen Smith Charlene Snyder Loijj Spittler Beverly Spradling Edvard Stamm Maty Beth Staner Arllne Stecki Billl Stegmayer Brenda Stewart Lanry Stier Dotig Stimpson Deborah Stone Da|id Swann 178 Evelyn Tainsky Judith Tascher Susan Teflft Barbara Temchus Janice Terry Tim Thoman Donald Thompson Kim Thorn Jane Tiedeman Kathy Tolley Michael Tompesko Marilyn Toney Michael Tracy Edward Tripp Mary Tucker Robert Urion Suzanne Venables Frank Vincent Kristie Wagoner Ann Wallace Dianna Wallace Phyllis Wallace Kathy Warren Gloria Warwick Allison Webb Dianne Wentworth Caryn Wesner Joyce White Ronnie Williams Rosalie Williams Linda Wood Chuck Young Sallie Young Barbara Zehntner George Zeil Jennifer Zeller 179 CLASS OFFICERS Denis Finnegan SGA Rep. Parker White Sgt-at-Arms Howard Levine Sec-Treas. Henry Anderson Vice- Pres. Warren Stackhouse President Howard Ben-Asher Laura Berkeley Fred Beminger Jeff Blask Carlton Boiarsky Ruth Ellen Booth Barry Bottinelli Dolores Bowens Richard Bradbury Richard Bradley Barbara Bucknam Janice Burchett Victor Butera Kenneth Buxton Charles Cahill Danny Cain Judith Campbell Nancy Candee Jerry Celente Betty Chamness Roseanne Cirello Billy Cline Barbara Cobb Jacob Cohen 180 Lynne Albright Robert Amato Henry Anderson Gordon Andresen Susan Bader Bob Bado James Bastardo Jim Baumann Robert Beckett Paul Bedrin Sophomores 181 Cheryl Faulknier Sharon Faulknier Denis Finnegan Roger Frame Thomas Francis Roger Freedman Karen Fromm Prentis Frye Elsie Gallavan Jeanette Genovese Susan Gerken Jeff Gibson Barbara Goff Larry Gott Dorothy Gregory Steven Gregson Becky Griffith Marjorie Grose 182 William Cohen Nancy Cole Sister Bernadette Coughlin Robert Curry James Dagostine Frank Daley Richard Decker Bonnie DeLucia Rosemary De Michele Frances Descy William Devore Walter Dodson William Dorey John Dorsey Bill Drewry Vera Drobit David Drucker Jon Duncan Alan Dunst Ben Edwards Julian Elbling Theresa Erdely Raymond Eshman Kathleen Falgitano SOPHOMORES Samuel Gross Margaret Grove Cathy Gum Beth Hall Lois Hannah Sandra Hanson James Hayes Scott Haywood Alan Heller Cynthia Hensel June Herron John Hicks Mark Hoffeld Leonard Horowitz Elaine Hourani Dwight Howard Brenda Hoy Douglas Hughes 183 Susan Jacobs Elizabeth Jarrett Anthony Jelich Susan Jester Sharon Jividen Stephen Keenan Nancy Kenyon Andrew Kieval Donna Kiser Brian Koenig Buddy Kosic Gayle Krafzig Sheldon Krocker Sherry Lawrence Thomas Lehman James Lennox Catherine LeRose Sharyn Levine Susan Meadows Cathy Meyer LouAnn Milam Harry Miller Brenda Moody David Moore Matthew Moore Richard Moore Bonnie Morgan Jill Morris Betty Mullins Gary Naylor Sam Pascal Sharon Pauley Mary Kay Payne Diane Paynter Terry Perrine David Pfost Craig Phillips Matthew Pierce Stephen Plain Thea Podell Rosalie Pogglioli Ada Price Virginia Pullen Sue Pyne Steve Quinn 184 Janis Lewis Dianna Ley Frank Lloyd Susan Lowe Sharon Marcus Peter Maresco Richard Marks Patricia Martin Fred Martindale Chlotteld Massey Pamela Maynard Doug McClelland Robert McClellan C. E. McConnell Ann McElfresh Susan McEwing Marsha McGowai Carol McNeal SOPHOMORES 185 Sophomores Ci a.. .- Linda Smith Eileen Somelofski Donna Spurlock Warren Stackhouse Linda Stanley Bonnie Stone Audrey Stonestreet Carolyn Summers Wallace Suttle Alan Tannenbaem Tom Tomljanovic Jo Towles William Treadwell Leslie Uhrick Chris Vickers Burt Wald Becky Walker Linda Walker 186 Terry Raab Fred Rapp Debbie Rems Peggy Riley Joseph Roberti Barbra Rogow Jeff Rome Lewis Rosenberg Barbara Rosenberg Sister Mary J. Rossano Jim Ruh Linda Rust Harry Salon Kamal Samar Cecil Sayre Shirley Scheirman Nancy Schnitzius William Sebestyen Mary Mona Seed Fred Seifert Fred Shaw Carol Shussett Jerry Skelly John Smiles Jack Walters Barbara Warshel James Weber Barrett Wellman Karen Wells Dianna West Katie Wiechman Gail Winsmore William Wood Francis Wyatt Joe Wyatt Thomas Wynn Catherine Young SarahAnne Young Robert Young Waynette Young Mary Jane Zellers Carole Zervos 187 CLASS OFFICERS Bob Jontos President Pat Amendola SGA Rep. John Neuner Vice-Pres. Joe Burgess Sec-Treas. Bob Wiedmeier Sgt.-at-Arms JUNIORS Karen Blizzard David Bodner Jack Bodycombe Sam Bonifacio Bill Briggs Joseph Brown Cheryl Brua Bill Brunetti Ron Buckalew Richard Bukofser Thomas Burger William Cain Robert Cantrell Anthony Castellana Dominick Castellano Betty Chandler Gary Cohen Marcia Cohen Richard Coleman 188 Richard Alhanese David Albert Jim Amandolare Pat Amendola Bob Anderson William Avery David Barrows Ann Barton Donald Bell Richard Bennett Robert Benson Lynford Bieling Carolyn Coles Lenore Conner Sharon Lee Cook Frances Cox Everett Crockett Elaine Crosscup Barbara Cummings Sal D ' Alessandro Dominick DeMaria Randie Derman Kenneth Deutscher Robert Distasi Audrev Donner William Dorrance Thomas Dugan Jonathan Duguid Karen Edelman Donna Elkins Roger Eulac Cheri Fecher 189 Laraine Flinn Cathy Frame Marilyn Friedman Kay Gladwell Eugene Goff Stanlee Goldberg Carol Goodman Phil Gordon Ella Gould Gerry Gow Albert Graver Bill Greenblum William Grizzell Mary Gunther Walter Gurski Joseph Gwinn Georgeanna Haddad Lynda Hadden Deborah Jarrell June Jarrell Bill Jenack Miehael Jones Marshall Johnston Robert Jontos Emily Joseph Sarah Karnes Barbara Kay Richard Keast Kathleen Kennedy Bill Kenny Franklin Kern Marvin Kesler Jan Kessler Joel Klein Gary Knepler Ronald Kogan Donald Jaconia Miehael Janovicz Barbara Kopple Parris LaCaria Ron LaMarariana Carolyn Landis Lawrence Leibow Gary Lemer Sandra Lewis Jerome Levin Clarence Livesay ■I 190 Jayne Harper Russell Harvey Edna Haslacker Carolyn Hay ford Jeffrey Head Gwen Hill Susan Higgins Robert Hoberg Marilyn Hodges David Holcomb Wayne Holstein Stephan Holton Nancy Hosking Elizabeth Hough James Hovanec Bruno lamonte Ernest Isaac Diane Jack JUNIORS 191 Walter Love Hobert Mack Gerald Martin Mary Martin Tom Martin Robert Masson Anthony Maurino Curtis McCarty Barbara McClanahan Sandy McCoy Terry Mcllveen Thomas McMellon Alan Meacham Eloise Meadows Peter Meszaros Matthew Millen Hugh Miller Sue Miller JUNIORS Arthur Reich Bill Richards John Ridger Michael Rinaldi Joseph Rpbertson Patricia Robinette James Rowe Thomas Sabol Ronald Scherick Ahmad Ali Shaban Robert Siegel David Shank A1 Smith Judy Stephenson Eddie Stryker Elissa Sharpe Steve Sturz Yvonne Taylor 192 Bruce Mockridge Anna Morris David Morrison Joan Morton Frank Mulford Thomas Muncey Patty Neger John Neuner Leonard Nichols John Paterson Dennis Perbeck Ralph Pesapane Joseph Pitzer Carole Placek Dennis Plusquellec Jim Polacheck Joyce Potter Paul Raider Patricia Tenney Sharon Tera Suzanne Thomas Vincent Varo John Vermeulen Elizabeth Walters Charles Ward Charlotte Warwick Harriett Waugh Carol Weese Barry Weinstein Mary Wellman Richard West Linda Whitten Bob Wiedmeier Bonnie Winston Carol Yasgur Joshua Zander 193 .y.y.yX-:ooo« : : : :S: : : : : : : : : Mm® vMvXvXifi •:» Na y. !.y.yX X«X a w mm M « XyX : : .V.V.V, wmmsm 90 W i Because of the Many Hours He Has Diligent- ly Worked for the Students’ Benefit and His Unwavering Devotion to Morris Harvey College, the Senior Class Dedicates the 1967 Harveyan to Frank J. Krebs I Like Work; It Fascinates Me. I Can Sit and Look at It for Hours. I Love To Keep It by Me: The Idea of Getting Rid of It Nearly Breaks My Heart 196 CLASS OFFICERS JOHN CUNNINGHAM President MARTHA STOVER SGA Representative NORMA JEAN INMAN Vice-President KAMAL ABOUL-HOSN Political Science PATRICIA AKERS English MARTHA ARNETT Elementary Education 197 DAVE BABER Music Education TED BACHMAN History GEORGE BALLARD Sociology GEORGE BANTON Marketing Management BRENDA BARBER Speech JOHN BARCLAY Business Administration JUDITH BARKER History English HELEN BASSITT History 198 CATHERINE BENNETT Biology DIANE BERRY English PAULETTE BOGGS Sociology JUDY BONCIC Physical Education WILLIAM BOREA Mathematics Physics MARTHA BOSTIC Mathematics HOMER BOWERS History MARSHA BREGMAN Sociology DAVID BRISON Marketing Management PAT BROWN English WANDA BROWN English 199 CHARLES BURFORD Chemistry LARRY BURFORD Economies PAUL CALLAHAN Mathematics OLIVIA CAMPBELL English Speech CONNIE CARDWELL H istory RONALD CHAMBERS Physical Education AMELIA CHILD Physical Education BARRY CHODAKEWITZ Business Administration CHARLES CICCARELLI Physical Education DENISE CLARK Mathematics 200 WILLIAM CARPENTER Business Administration EUGENE CARROLL Music Education JOHN CASONIE Art BARBARA CATLIN English Sociology ATHENA CHAGARIS History LARRY COFFINDAFFER Physical Education WANDA COLDWELL Business Administration ISAIAH COLEMAN History SUSAN COLES Biology MARY CONKER English 201 202 LENORE CONNER English JACKLYN COURSEY English Speech NANCY COX Biology SANDRA CROW Education JEFFREY CRUTE Sociology Psychology JOHN CUNNINGHAM Education ROBERT CUNNINGHAM Accounting Management ALLAN DAVIS Economics PATRICIA DEACON English BONNIE LEE DEAN Biology MUFFET DEISHER History BOB DEITZ Physical Education ELSIE DENT English Speech MARTIN DERSHOWITZ Accounting KENNETH DIVENS Business Administration SUSAN FABER Political Science WARRIN FAULKNIER History JOSEPH FLECK Physical Education DONALD FLETCHER Mathematics 203 CYNTHIA FRECH French BOB FREEMAN H istory RICHARD FREEMAN Sociology GAIL GANNON Sociology KEITH GARDNER Business Administration FRANCES GARLAND Sociology JAMES GEARY Physical Education ANN GERWIG English 204 NICHOLAS GETTIS English MARTIN GETTLEMAN Marketing Management BRENDA GIAHI English Music SARAH GILCHRIST English CAROL GOODWIN Sociology SHARON GOUKENOUR Physical Education WILLIAM GOUKENOUR Biology HAROLD GRALEY Physical Education JEFFREY GRANTZ Mathematics DUNCAN GRAY Economics MARGARET GUINAN Physical Education 205 JACK HADDAD Psychology TILTON HAGERTY Sociology ARTHUR HAMON History Political Science BEVERLY HANLON Sociology-English SALLY HARLAN Physical Education BENNIE HELFAND Biology ' FRANK HELLINGHAUSEN Biology ALYENE HENSON Music Education GRETA HEREFORD Speech English ROGER HIRCHAK Biology 206 SANFORD HARRISON Social Sciences ROGER HART Physical Education MAURICE HARTNETT Sociology KATHY HATCH English LAURA HAYHURST Political Science KEN HODGSON Physical Education DAISEY HOLLEY Physical Education ROBERT HOLIDAY Physical Education SUZY HOLLIDAY 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ABOU L-HOSN— 6326 Mac- Corkle Ave., St. Albans. W Va.— C.C.U.N.; French Club: International Relations Club President. MARTHA RUTH ARNETT- 908 Valley Rd.. Charleston, W. Va.-- Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3. 4: A.C.E.I. 4; S.E.A. 3, 4. DAVID MONTGOMERY BABER - 1202 Central Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.- Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2. 3. 4; Circle K 1. 2, 3; Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice- President; M.E.N.C. 1, 2. 3. 4: Morris Harvey College Band 1.2; Philharmon- ic Choir l, 2. 3, Vice-President; S.E.A. I, 2, 3. J. TEDFORD BACHMAN-111 Beech St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; College Photographer 2, 3, 4, 5; Comet Staff 2, 3, 4. 5: Harveyan Staff 2, 3, 4. 5; Intramurals 1, 2; Sopho- more Class Secretary-Treasurer. GEORGE LAWRENCE BALLARD- 118 Church St. Beckley, W. Va. GEORGE E. B ANTON-624 1 N.E. 20th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.— Intramu- rals 1. 2, 3, 4: Tau Kappa Epsilon 1. 2, 3. 4. BRENDA SHERMAN BARBER-6546 Roosevelt Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— 5. E.A. 1, 2, 3. 4. JOHN ROBERT BARCLAY-360 Heathcliffe, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.— Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4: Soccer 4. JUDITH ANN BARKER— Box. 43 Ashford, W. Va.— Pi Gamma Mu 4; S.E.A. 1. 4: Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4. HELEN MARGARET BASSITT-510 Seventh Ave.. St. Albans, W. Va. S.E.A. 3. 4. CATHERINE ELIZABETH BENNETT -323 24th St., Dunbar, W Va. DIANA ELLEN BERRY-5021 Indiana Ave., S. Charleston, W. Ya.— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4, Journalism Corre- spondent; Literary Club Secretary- Treasurer; Senior Class Secretary- Treasurer; Young Democrats Club 4. LAWRENCE ALAN BISHOP -225 Lake view Ave. Rockville Centre. N.Y. —Alpha Sigma Phi; Morris Harvey College Band: Pi Gamma Mu President 3, 4. PAULETTE JANE BOGGS-Box 149 Oceana, W. Va.-Alpha Xi Delta 3, 4. Asst. Treasurer; Art Guild 1, 2; Dorm Council 2, 3. 4; S.E.A. 1. 2, 3; United Christian Fellowship 3. Secretary’. JUDITH KATHERINE BONCIC-70 Elizabeth St., Oradell, N.J.— Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2, 3. 4; College Service Corp 2, 4; Dorm Council Vice-President 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BERNARD BOREA-780 Stelton St., Teaneck, N.J.— Alpha Sig- ma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. Associate Editor; Circle K 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4. MARTHA ANN BOSTIC-6 Woodward Court, Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3. 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Kap- pa Delta Pi 3, 4; Morris Harvey College Band 1; Philharmonic Choir 2; S.E.A. 2, 4; Tau Beta Sigma 1. HOMER WILLIAM BOWERS III— 310 Highland Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va. —Intramurals 4; Newman Club 4; Sig- ma Epsilon Phi 4; Young Republicans Club 4. MARSHA BREG MAN— 2514 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID L. BRISON— 1 125 Oakmont Rd., Charleston, W. Va.— Professional Business Club; Young Democrats Club 1. PATRICIA SUZANE BROWN-706 Mc- Collough Ct., Pt. Pleasant. W. Va.— Al- pha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice-President: S.E.A. 4; Senior Class Sgt.-at-Arms; Sophomore Class S.G.A. Representative; TKE Sweetheart 1965. CHARLES M- BURFORD-Rt. 1, Box 148, Elkview. W. Va.-Chi Beta Phi 2. Treasurer 3, President 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. LARRY A. BURFORD— 608 Melody Lane, Charleston, W. Va.— Philharmon- ic Choir 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3, 4; United Christian Fellowship 2, President 3 4; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. WANDA MAE CALDWELL-634 High St., St. Albans, W. Va. PAUL DAVID CALLAHAN- 1606 Piedmont Rd., Charleston, W. Va. OLIVIA LYNN CAMPBELL-806 Garden St., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Journal Corre- spondent; Comet 1, 2; S.E.A. 2, 3. 4. WILLIAM LLOYD CARPENTER-931 Montrose Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va.— Circle K 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer. JOHN PAUL CASONI— Box 524 Rail- road Lane, White House Station, N.J. —Art Guild 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MAY CATLIN-28 Grove Heights, Thomaston, Conn.— I. W. A. 3, Secretary 4; Student Library Drive 3. ATHENA MARIA CHAGARIS-99 Stonehurst Dr., Tenafly, N.J.— A.A.Y. 2, 3, 4; I.W.A. 2, Secretary 3, President 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, Vice-President 4. RONALD C. CHAMBERS-35 Weber Ct., Richwood, W. Va. AMELIA E. CHILD-41 Lupton Ave., Woodbury, N.J. —Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Dorm Representative 3, 4; Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Li- berty Drive 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Histori- an 4. BARRY CHODAKEWITZ— Meadow- brook Place, Maplewood, N.J.— Intramurals 1, 2; Morris Harvey Col- lege Band 1, 2, 3; Moshavim 1, 2; Pro- fessional Business Club 1, 2. CHARLES JOHN CICCARELLI-1621 56th St., Brooklyn, N.Y.-Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals; Newman Club; S.E.A. 3. 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4. DENISE OGLE CLARK— 316 Montrose Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va.— Blackfriars 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1, 4. LARRY KEITH COFFINDAFFER— 51 19 Venable Ave., Charleston, W. Va. —Intramurals 4 ; Physical Education Club 4; S.E.A. 1; Varsity Baseball 3; Young Democrats Club 1. ISAIAH EUGENE COLEMAN- Eskdale, W. Va.— Circle K 3; Intramu- rals 1. SUE ANN COLES— 2602 Rummelbrown Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Methodist Student Movement 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. MARY KATHRYN CONKER-849 Watts St., Charleston, W. Va.— A.C.E.I. 4; S.E.A. 1, 2; Young Repub- licans Club 1, 2. JACKLYNN LOUISE COURSEY-130 McGovran Rd., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Lambda Delta Treasurer 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega 1, Vice-President 2; Blackfriars Vice-President 2; Morris Harvey College Band 2; S.E.A. 1; Tau Beta Sigma. NANCY HOPE COX-4617 Spring Hill Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Treasurer 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY THOMAS CRUTE-8 Garfield Ave., Hamden, Conn.— Tau Kappa Epsilon. J. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM. JR 1526 Court Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.— Circle K 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4; Theta Xi 3, 4. JOHN THOMAS CUNNINGHAM-605 Abney St., St. Albans, W. Va.— Senior Class President; Tau Kappa Epsilon Chaplain 3, 4. ALLAN ISRAEL DAVIS-6333 Bartlett St., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Band 1; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Professional Business Club 3, President 4. MUFFET EMILY DEISHER-954 Elkins Ave., Elkins Park. Pa.— I.W.A. 3, 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT THEODORE DEITZ-Cherry St., East Bank, W. Va.— Intramurals 4, Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 1. ELOISE DUNN DENT-924 Woodland Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Literary Club 3, 4; S.E.A. 3, 4. MARTIN A. DERSHOWITZ— 6337 Waldron St., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Freshman Class Vice-President; Har- veyan Staff Business Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; I.M.A. Parliamentarian 3; Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3; Moshavim 1, Secretary ' 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 4. KENNETH E. DIVENS-231 Datura Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Intramurals 2, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ELIZABETH FABER-Gros- scup bridge Rds., Charleston, W. Va. —Alpha Lambda Delta 3, 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Comet Editor 1, 2; Junior Class S.G.A. Representative; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Vice-President 4; Literary Drive 1. 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Vice-President 4. WARREN GRANT FAULKNIER-4823 Tennessee St., S. Charleston, W. Va. —Chi Rho Fellowship President 4; Debate Club 2; Methodist Student Movement Vice-President 4; United Christian Fellowship Vice-President 4. JOSEPH GORDON FLECK-6749 Ohio Ave., St. Albans. W. Va.— Intramurals 2, 3; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD LEE FLETCHER-2312 Ka- nawha Terrace, St. Albans, W. Va. CYNTHIA MAE FRECH-508 Foch Blvd., Mineola, N.Y.— Canterbury Club 1, 2; S.E.A. 1, 2. ROBERT JAMES FREEMAN- 107 North St., Ridgefield, Conn.— Alpha Sigma Phi 3, 4; Freshman Class Sgt.- at-Arms; Intramurals 1. 3, 4; Varsity Tennis. GAIL JANET GANNON- 1055 N. 6th St., Allentown, Pa.— Alpha Xi Delta Social Chairman 4. KEITH EDWARD GARDNER— R.F.D. 4, Watertown, N.Y. FRANCES GRACE GARLAND- Pineville, W. Va. NICHOLAS VINCENT GETTIS-10 Slocum St., West Long Branch, N.J.— Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Blackfriars 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.A.; Newman Club. MARTIN DAVID GETTLEMAN— 61 Arbor Rd., Roslyn Heights, N.Y.-In- tramurals 3. 4; Moshavim 3, 4. BRENDA PALMER GIAHI-320 22nd St.. Charleston. W. Va.-M.E.N.C. 1; Methodist Student Movement 1, 2, 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 1. SARAH ESTHER GILCHRIST-1501 Quarrier St., Charleston, W. Va. CAROL RUTH GOODWIN- 19 Bedford Rd., Woodcliffe Lake, N.J.— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; College Service Corp 2; Dorm Council Vice- President 3. President 4; Philharmonic Choir 1. SHARON ANN GOUKENOUR -1506 Virginia St. E., Charleston. W. Va.— Al- pha Omicron Pi 2. Corresponding Secretary 3. 4; Chi Rho Fellowship 3; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; United Christian Fellowship President 3; Young Democrats Club 1; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EARL GOUKENOUR-1506 Virginia St., Charleston. W. Va.— Intra- murals. HAROLD THOMAS GRALEY-5617‘ 2 MacCorkle Ave., S. Charleston. W. Va.— Intramurals 4. JEFFREY A. GRANTZ 514 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y.— Chess Club; Chi Beta Phi 2. DUNCAN CAMPBELL GRAY. JR. 544 Pelham Manor Rd.. Pelham, N.Y. —Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3. 4. MARGARET GUINAN-Ridge Terrace. Ridge Rd.. Orwigsburg, Pa.— Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3. President 4; College Service Corp 4; Debate Club 4; Dorm Council; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Newman Club 1. Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 4; Physical Edu- cation Club; S.E.A. 1. 2, Treasurer 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, President 3. 4. BEC.HARA JACK HADDAD- Whitesville, W. Va. t TILTON JAY HAGERTY— 1571 Dixie St., Charleston, W. Va.— Intramurals 1, 2; Newman Club Treasurer 1, President 2. JOHN KEITH HALSTEAD Rt. 1, Box 70, Oak Hill, W. Va. ARTHUR WELLINGTON HAMON- 538 Baldwin St.. Waterbury, Conn.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1. 2, 3, 4; Benedum Hall Vice-President 2; Circle K 1, 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Newman Club l; S.E.A. 2. 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3. BEVERLY JEAN HANLON-104 Sum- mit Ave., Madison, W. Va.— Alpha Lambda Delta 2, Editor 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Kappa Sigma Epsilon 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4: S.E.A. 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4. SALLY M. HARLAN-97 Ireland Ave., Cincinnati. Ohio— Alpha Omicron Pi 1, j 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Pan Hellenic Council 2, President 3: S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3. 4. SANFORD W. HARRISON- 13 Green St., Milford, Conn.— Art Guild 3; | Benedum Hall Vice-President 4; Circle K 3. 4: Intramurals 2; S.E.A. 2, 4. MAURICE JOSEPH HARTNETT- 129 Howland Ave., River Edge. N.J.— Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4: Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. LAURA ELLEN HAYHURST-510 Braxton St., Gassaway, W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3. 4. BERNARD MARC HELFAND-751 Troy Ave.. Brooklyn, N.Y.— Alpha Sig- ma Phi 2, 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med and Dental Association 1. 2, 3, 4. FRANK RICHARD HELLINGHAU- SEN— 4 Charlotte St., Toms River, N.J. —Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Ep- silon l, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3. S. ALYENE HENSON— 106 Olive Ave., Moundsville, W. Va.— Chi Rho Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Zeta 3, 4; Methodist Student Movement I. 2. Secretary 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir l. Secretary 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 3. 4: United Christian Fellowship 1. 2. 3, 4. GRETA YVONNE HEREFORD-1 1606 Venable Ave., Chesapeake, W. Va.— Debate Club President 1; Pi Kappa Delta President 1. BETTY LEE HICKS-Box 212, 1 Rensford Star Rd., Charleston, W. Va. ROGER EDWARD HIRCHAK-65 Pine St., Torrington, Conn. -Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2. Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Vice- President 4; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Circle K 2; Pre-Med and Dental As- sociation 2, 3. KENNETH WILLIAM HODGSON-2 Alton Dr., Bethel Park, Pa. -Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3. 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3. 4; S.E.A. 3; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. DAISY RUSSELL HOLLEY-2306 Oakridge Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Physical Education Club: S.E.A. 2, 3; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOYCE HOLLIDAY- 11 Guyer Rd., Westport, Conn. -Alpha Sigma Phi 1, Marshall 2, Vice- President 3, 4; Blackfriars 1; Circle K 1, 2, Parliamentarian 3; Harveyan 3, 4; 1. F.C. 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice-President; Liberty Drive 2, 3, 4: S.E.A. I. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Tennis 1. 2, 3, 4: Young Republicans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE CAROL HOLLIDAY-11 Guyer Rd.. Westport, Cnn— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2. 3; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1. 2. 3, 4; S.E.A. ' 4: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4. KATHLEEN ANN HOLMES-1615 W. Riverview Dr.. Belle, W. Va.-Kap- pa Delta Pi 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2. 3, 4. KARL SCOTT HON AKER-6 18 South Terrace, Huntington, W. Va.— Circle K 1; I.F.C. 2: Intramurals 3; Newman Club I; Tau Kappa Epsilon 4; Young Democrats Club 2. FRANCES M. HOWARD-Box 367. Massena. N.Y.— Alpha Psi Omega 4: Blackfriars 1, 2, 3. 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ARNOLD VICTOR HUGHES-Box 542, Sod. W. Va.— Intramurals 3, 4; 5. E.A. 3, 4: Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4. NORMA JEAN INMAN-818 Saunders St., St. Albans, W. Va.— Alpha Lambda Delta 3, 4; Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3. 4; Junior Class Sgt.-at-Arms; S.E.A. 2, 3; Senior Class Vice-President; Young Democrats Club 3. BARBARA MITCHELL IRELAND- 800 Florence Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4; Young Demo- crats Club 3. JILL DIANE IVERSEN 12 Hollise Court, Centerport. N.Y.— Alpha Omi- cron Pi 3, 4; A.C.E.I. 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 3. MICHAEL R. JARRETT— 313 Grove Ave.. Charleston, W. Va.— Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. CHERYL A. JENKINS-1125 Oakhurst Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Art Guild 2: Philharmonic Choir 4; S.E.A. 2. SUSAN LEE JOHNSON-511 Drew, St. Albans. . a. Alpha Xi Delta 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; May Queen Junior Attendant; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4;. MARCIA KING JONES-13 Churchill Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3. 4. ROSALYN KAPLAN-2001 E. 9th St, Brooklyn, N.Y.— Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 2. DONALD DAVID KARLE, JR — 1 107 Wilkie Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN KELLY-McGraws, W. Va.- Intramurals 4; S.E.A. 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4, MARGARET ELIZABETH KERN- 1123 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va.— Chess Club; Chi Beta Phi 4. LANA JEANNE KING-Box 42, Nokesville, Va.— Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4; Blackfriars 4; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; United Christian Fellowship 1, 2; Young Republicans Club 2. PATRICE EILEEN KING-317 Bavview Ave., Ocean Gate, N.J.— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANNA JEAN KINSER-Liberty, W. Va.— Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4: M.E.N.C. 4; Morris Harvey College Band 1, 2, 3, 4: PanhellenicCouncil3,4; Philharmon- ic Choir 3, 4; S.E.A. 3, 4; Tau Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTIN KIRBAN — 107 Beechwood Lane, Fairfield, Conn.— Intramural 1, 2, 3; Pre-Med and Dental Association 1 . MICHAEL JOSEPH LANZILOTTA— 137 Woodlawn Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y.— Alpha Psi Omega Sgt.-at- Arms 3, 4; Blackfriars 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4; ( ollege Service Corp 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 2, 3; Freshman Class President; I.F.C. 3; Intramurals 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4; Sophomore Class President; Theta Xi 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN LAW-4 106 ' 2 MacCorkle Ave., S.E., Kanawha City, W. Va.— Circle K 4; I.F.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2. CAROL RUTH LEVINE-5432 Hobart St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-A.C.E.I. 1; S.E.A. ROBERT LESHER LEWIS-911 B Big- ley Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— Canter- bury Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. MARSHA ELLEN LIBATH— 65 Rock- away Parkway, Valley Stream, N.Y.— Art Guild 2; Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4. SUSAN M. LIPPA— 5541 Phillips Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. MARGO VALERIE LONDON-603 Elizabeth St., Newark, N.J.— S.E.A. 2. MARILYN LOUISE MAHL-19 Glen Rd., Granby, Conn.— W. A. A. 3, 4. BARBARA MARCUS-80- 15 Langdale St., New Hyde Park, N.Y.-I.W.A. 3, 4; Language Club 3, Vice-President 4; Moshavim 2, 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. JERRY HERALD MARTIN-1542 Washington St., Charleston, W. Va. RODMAN HARRISON MARTIN-21 9th Ave., Seaside Park, N.J.— Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3. 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. SUZANN MARIE MAYNARD-841 Carroll Rd., Charleston, W. Va.-Al- pha Omicron Pi 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 4; W.A.A. 4. PETER MICHAEL McATEE-156 Tenney Ave., River Edge, N.J.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3. FRANK JOSEPH McCANN-3444 Ainslie St., Philadelphia, Pa. KAREN SUE McKNIGHT— 131 V i Grant St., Charleston, W. Va.,— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, Marshall 4; Pre-Med and Dental Association 3; United Christian Fellowship 3; W.A.A. 4. CAROL ROSE McLANE-854 Watts St.. Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EVERETT McMILLION, JR. -410 Park St., St. Albans, W. Va.— Blackfriars 4: Circle K 3, 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi 2, 3, 4; Young Republi- cans Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH WAYNE MEADOR-2969 Pennsylvania Ave., Charleston, W. Va. —Professional Business Club 2. ROGER A. MELLO-Woodburne Ave., Pembroke. Bermuda-Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 1; Circle K 3. 4; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. JULIA ALICE MILLER- 1038 College Circle, St. Albans, W. Va.— Alpha Lambda Delta 3. 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Art Guild 1, 2. 3, 4; College Artist 3, 4; Comet Staff 3; Dorm Officer 3; Methodist Student Movement 2, 3, 4; Student Liberty Drive 2, 3; W.A.A. 1. ROBERT JAY MILLER-7 Grenfell Dr.. Great Neck, N.Y. REBECCA LOU MORRIS-601 Monroe St., Charleston, W. Va.-Alpha Omi- cron Pi 3, 4; Literary Club; S.E.A. 3, 4. BRUCE CUNNINGHAM MURRAY- 531 Ivy St., Hanorth, N.J.-Cobb Hall President 3; I.F.C. 2; Intramurals 1. 2, 3,4; Theta Xi 1. 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN MARIE NICHOLS-Box 284, Clendenin, W. Va.-I.W.A. 4; Philharmonic Choir 1; S.E.A. 2, 4; Sig- ma Tau Delta 4. KAREN R. NIGHTINGALE- 140 Legion Dr., Valhalla, N.Y.-I.W.A. 2, 3; Morris Harvey Band 1, 2; Tau Beta Sigma 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. FRANK JOSEPH NIGRO 1186 S. Main St., Meadville, Pa.— Circle K 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi 2, 3. President 4. RONALD E. NOWVISKIE— 612‘ 2 Fifth Ave., Montgomery, W. Va.— Newman Club 1; Professional Business Club 2; Young Democrats Club 1. MICHAEL JOHN PAVLICK-912 Julia Dr., Johnstown, Pa.— Tau Kappa Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4. BRENDA RAE PLEASANT- 1 1726 Mac- Corkle Ave., Chesapeake, W. Va.— Chi Beta Phi 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3; S.E.A. 3, CHARLES ROBERT PLYBON-1516 State Rt. 7, Chesapeake. Ohio— Intra- murals 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Class President; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE H. POCHTAR-137 Hansbury Ave., Newark, N.J.-College Service Corp 1; LVV.A. 2, 3. 4; Moshavim 1: S.E.A. 2. 4; Student Li- berty Drive 3. GEORGE BEECHER PORTER-Box 190, Sisson ville, W. Va.— Intramurals 4; Sigma Epsilon Phi 4. SUZANN RANSBERGER-Box 1 12, Richwood, W. Va.-Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3. 4; Dorm Council 4; S.E. A. 3. 4. DANIEL S. REICH— 120-10 Queens Blvd., Kewgardens. N.Y. —Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Moshavim 3; Physical Edu- cation Club: S.E.A. 2. 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. RONALD M. REITZ 617 Brooks St., Charleston, W. Va.-Circle K l; L’Ai- glon 2. JEFFREY STEPHEN REMEN YI- 49 Harris St., Hewlett, N.Y.— Blackfriars 1; Intramurals 2, 3; Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2. 3, 4: M.E.N.C. I, 2, 3, President 4; Morris Harvey College Band 1, 2, 3, President 4; Moshavim 1, Vice- President 2. Treasurer 3, 4: Profession- al Business Club 3, 4; S.E.A. 3; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2 . WILLIAM DYER ROBINETTE- 1 106 Johnson Ave., Mullens, W. Va.— S.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi: Varsity Baseball 1; Varsity ' Basketball 2, 3, 4. ANN C. ROBINSON-164 Ninth St., Cresskill. N.J.-A.C.E.I. 4: Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4: Dickinson Hall Sgt.-at-Arms 3: Panhellenic Council 2. 3. President 4: S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN ROMEO -48 Ackley Court. Malverne, N.Y. —Alpha Omi- cron Pi 3, 4; S.E.A. 2. EDWARD LOUIS RlJWET-1600 Tor- ringsord St., Torrington, Conn.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 1 . 2 . EDWARD SARLUCA— 470 Nye Ave., Irvington, N.J.— Alpha Sigma Phi 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: Newman Club 1: S.E.A. 3,4; Varsity Baseball 1. 2,3.4; Varsity Soccer 4. RONALD BRUCE SCHUMAN-463 Summit Ave.. Cedarhurst, N.Y. —Circle K 2; Intramurals 1. 2„ 3. 4; Moshavim 2. 3; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3. 4. NANCY CAROLYN SHAFER-Rt. 1, Box 58, Clendenin. W. Va.— LW.A. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Methodist Student Movement 1; S.E.A. 2, 4: Sig- ma Tau Delta 3, 4. DIANA JEAN SIRLIN-503 Carriage Dr., Orange Conn.— A.C.E.I 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 3, Corresponding Secre- tary 4; Newman Club 3; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4; | Student Liberty Drive 2; W.A.A. 3. RENEE BROOKE SNYDER-Rt. 3. Box 24, Clendenin. W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3. 4; Methodist Student Movement Secretary ' 2, 3; S.E.A. 2, Secretary 3, 4; United Christian Fellowship 2; Young Democrats Club 2, 4. LAURENCE EDWARD SPANER-41 Breyer Ave., Bridgeport, Conn.-I.F.C. 2, 3; Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2; Morris Harvey Band 1. 2: Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi 2, 3, 4. OLLIE VIRGINIA SPENCER- 12 Vine St., Charleston, W. Va.— Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; S.E.A. 4. EUGENE THEBEAU STARR-202 Oney St., Charleston. W. Va.— Profes- sional Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3. 4. ROBERT VERNON STILES-32 Glen fair Rd.. Glen Rock, N.J.- | Circle K 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Methodist Student Movement 1, 2, 3, Treasurer and Vice-President 4; Unit- ed Christian Fellowship 1; Young Republicans 2. JEFF S. STOLOW-9900 63rd Road, Rego Park, N.Y.-Blackfriars 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramurals 1,2; Moshavim 1, 2. MARTHA LEE STOREE-111 Holley Dr., Nitro, W. Va.- Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2. 3, 4; Dickinson Hall Treasurer 3. 4; Pre-Med and Dental Association 3: S.E.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Class S.G.A. Representative 4; W.A.A. 4. KENNETH SUTTON-936 Itin St., Pittsburgh. Pa.- Alpha Sigma Phi 1.2, 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class S.G.A. Representative. CHARLES WILLIAM SZASZ-Cedar Grove. W. Va.— Chess Club 1, 2, 3. 4. JAMES FRANCIS TALBOT-62 Julaski St.. Torrington. Conn.— Circle K 2, 3, 4; Cobb Hall Secretary 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Radio Club 4; S.E.A. 4. OLIVIA ANN TEEL-Route 5, Box 261, Charleston, W. Va.— S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. ROGER FRANK TESI-57 Hope St., Nutley, N.J.— Alpha Sigma Phi 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 4; Varsity Soccer 3, 4. JOAN ELLEN THOMPSON-412 6th St., Belle, W. Va.-Alpha Lambda Delta 3, 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 President; C.C.U.N. 1 President 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gam- ma Mu 3, 4; S.E.A. 1, 2, 3 President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4. KENNETH HENRY TINQUIST JR - 25 Marmon Terrace, West Orange, N.J.— Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN TORTORA-21 Con- cord St., Lynbrook, N.Y.— Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; College Service Corp 2; Junior Class Secretary Treasurer; Newman Club; S.E.A. JOHN ALDO VAGNINI— 456 Prospect Rd., Waterbury, Conn.— Professional Business Club 3. 4; Tau Kappa Epsi- lon 3, 4. LANCE JEFFERSON VAUGHAN-931 Greenbrier St., Charleston, W. Va.— Sigma Epsilon Phi 3, 4. EDWARD MARC VIRSHUP-1197 Broadway, Hewlett, N.Y.-Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD CHARLES WALSH-1595 Metropolitan Ave.. Bronx, N.Y.— Al- pha Psi Omega 2, Secretary -Treasurer 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, President 4; Blackfriars 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Debate Club 2; I.F.C. 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2; Political Science Club 1, Vice- President 2; S.G.A. 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 1, 2. ROBERT JOSEPH WARD- 123 W. Elmwood Dr.. S. Plainfield, N.J.— Al- pha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Benedum Hall Vice-President 3, President 4; Blackfriars 1, 2; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Varsity Soccer 4. STEPHAN GARY WEISS-207 Brad- ford St., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Moshavim; Pre-Med and Dental Association 1, 2. VICTORIA VAIL WISE-P.O. Box 951, Charleston, W. Va.-Blackfriars 4; Debate Club 2, 3, President 4; Pi Kap- pa Delta 2, 3, President 4. SUSAN LYNN WOLKOWITZ-427 Westminster Rd., Rockville Centre, N.Y.— Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4. ANN MARIE WOODS- 12 Walton St., Toms River, N.J.— Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Student Liberty Drive 2, 3. JANE HERNDON YEAGER-3816 Vir- ginia Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Xi Delta 3. 4; Literary Club 4; S.E.A. 2, 3, 4. LACO DAVID YOUNG-415 Mulberry St., Petersburg. Va.— Circle K 2; Intra- murals 3, 4; S.E.A. 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2. NURSING GRADUATES RUTH ELLEN BOOTH-Route 1, Poca, W. Va. NANCY ELLEN COLE-322 Joseph St., S. Charleston, W. Va. SHERRY KATHLEEN LAWRENCE- 1830 W. Riverview Dr., Belle, W. Va. JENNIFER ANN LEBRUN-839 Car- roll Rd., Charleston, W. Va. BRENDA ELAINE MOODY-1603 W. Summit, Charleston, W. Va. SHARON LYNN PAULEY- 1102 Swan Rd., Charleston, W. Va. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH PULLEN-120 11th Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va. SISTER MARY JOYCE ROSSANO- 333 Laidley St., Charleston, W. Va. AUDREY LEA STONESTREET-Rt. 3 Box 286, Elkview, W. Va. CYNTHIA JEAN TENNANT- 1931 Oakridge Dr., Charleston, W. Va. CATHERINE D. YOUNG-Box 206 Cabin Creek; W. Va.


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