Morris Harvey College - Harveyan Yearbook (Charleston, WV)

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Jim GiUcrrson Its heat brings a languid tranquility — a kind of drifting as a leaf floating to the ground . . . 2 ■ -A our every change in mood and position, and the memory of its warmth remains with us even after dark. jr f V v; ,. ■ i yr 3 i Our lives are filled with bits of happiness and craziness in the noonday sun. The sun warms our bodies, framing us individually and reflecting the beauty in our lives. 8 1 u t- . s vv ■ »jL a Often, it penetrates and awakens activity in our minds and bodies. The sun encompasses us and we exchange smiles as it creates an awareness of the spirit of life. 12 V The sun melts away sadness and preserves our most treasured moments. And the sunshine of his spirit remains with us still. . . 16 iff 1Z fit m ill uttnwt Academics ... 66 A taste of honey ... 162 Organizations ... 178 Underclassmen ... 204 Seniors ... 224 A Taste of Honey art work by Larry McGraw; all other divisional page art work contributed by James Gibson. Color photography in opening section by Larry McGraw. Quotation in opening section by Mila Albertson, Editor-in-Chief. A Taste of Honey section by Patty Neger. An undergraduate publication of Morris Harvey College, Charleston, West Virginia, 1969. 17 The summer sun sets and fall dawns on another year at M.H.C. Freshmen enter to begin their four years of study; upperclassmen view it as “just another year,—down,—to go”; seniors sadly and happily return with the knowledge that they will soon leave. ♦ ' Or • “Go Greek!” Rush parties, decisions, the anti¬ cipated bid, pledging, gained friendships, sister¬ hood and brotherhood all stand for being a Greek and basking in the sun as the ancients of Hellas. --- MM •MM. s I Homecoming: a return visit. Concert in the rain with Little Anthony and the Imperials. Parade of floats and queen candidates in downtown Charles¬ ton. A soggy victory over Marietta in the after¬ noon sun. A princess court and smiles galore as Linda Rust reigns as 1968-69 Homecoming Queen. 24 - MDRRfS HARVEY RACING TO V Happiness was having the Saxons entertain in the Attic for a week during the spring dold¬ rums. Dan Goggin and Marvin Solley with their harpsicord and Baroque renditions provided sun¬ shine as the first Coffee House Circuit invaded the campus. IT " And somewhere in the midst of the crowd, Morris Harvey’s own student body shone as they displayed their musical abilities in two top- notched talent shows sponsored by the SGA. HRVB you ® D fr ATiLY ? I mmncE in imchiug mowi SJUDED7 7ERCHIUG ? avmG iKmmron to THE mB ' FRmiKW ? THBU -qSmc TOTMSWia CORF. nEElfe ' R SPEAKER urn BE PRESEflT 23 : A bit of craziness in the noonday sun? Maybe, but then there are always days when it would be better to stay in bed and avoid the madness. Excitement and anticipation mount for any girl on her way to a fraternity or sorority spring weekend. .mom Esa Coonskin or campus, picnic or peck-neck kids frolic in the sun trying to catch a few rays. Fashion trends saw the advent of flowered and striped bell bottoms for guys and gals, minier scooter skirts exposing lengthier legs and a return to the native American for the Indian look. 3Z3LS » I I I I ) : I Greek Week—whatever happened? Although the Greeks were given the chance to glorify themselves in the late March sun, student apathy won out as Greek Week activities folded and left but a shadow of their memory behind. A 42 JKr. ' 4 ' f ’ ■; | " A M ” " " " " Apathy? It’s debatable!! What should be the traditional pictures of Greek Olympics and chariot judging is the group picture of Greeks above. What happened to Greek Week and other campus activities can’t be answered here but the question remains ... was it really apathy? i 000® esjbefr 45 Student apathy momentarily disappeared as May Day celebrations overtook the student body. Queen Carol Dumville and her court watched the entertaining antics of the TKE’s. Winners of the competition included the AOPi’s and for the un¬ accounted time in a row, the Theta Xi’s, as newly inducted president Mitch Austin took the helm at the dock of the bay. n i Ini i D i i f • j . 4 • J • ; Jl ' if A r ■ a r-m a IIOMm » ifcak i I J| 1 ill 1 1 ft m. ■Ir 1 3 r w , . - n» ' - ' •“ OFF-CAMPUS LIFE Boys have it so easy. Apartment living means ... 50 ' -■f; , r ii . ill ? Wj$ WW r ' l M $ w ' SP- L I - ?1» ' Jt 1 f 1 iifmrvPr « iH i » 1 1 AJ •Mm IAUHOk (; •;, , Married couples find housekeeping no easy task in a city apartment. Studies, recreation and shared household responsibilities all go together in keeping a happy atmosphere to the marriage. I CAMPUS LIFE 56 MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE piss r BENEDUM HALL Governing Benedum Hall during 1968-69 were Secretary H. Crain Decker, President W. Praschil, and Sergeant-at-Arms G. Hensliall. AFTER ™ KXJ graduates COBB HALL Regulating life in Cobb Hall for 1968-69 were President M. Austin, Treasurer F. Gannon, Housemother Mrs. Avonelle Evans, Secretary M. Beck, and Vice-President M. Ambers. COX HALL Re sponsible for the control of Cox Hall throughout the past year were Treasurer A. Schulkin, Vice-Presi¬ dent F. Rude, Sergeant-at-Arms W. Siracusa, House Mother Mrs. Mary Spaulding, Secretary D. Scotch, and President J. Skelly. i 1 DICKINSON HALL Maintaining order in Dickinson Hall for 1968-69 were floor rep¬ resentative P. Tenney; President B. Morgan; Floor representatives L. Weyer, K. Gallavan, K. Burket, L. Barron and M. Greene; House¬ mothers Mrs. Clarice Meeker and Mrs. Ruth Montgomery; Secretary P. Cirelli; Treasurer J. Iaia. 62 ACADEMICS The campus awoke to new activity after a quiet summer as upperclassmen and freshmen alike arrived to witness another academic year. Home¬ coming highlighted fall sports activities as Linda Rust became queen and the Alpha Sigs and Sig Eps shared honors for float competition. The SGA featured Anthony and the Imperials for the week¬ end concert. Gubernatorial candidate James Sprouse spoke on campus prior to local and national elections as students polled results for NBC and witnessed the inauguration of successful state candidate Governor Arch A. Moore. Visiting speakers to the campus included navigator Robert Manry, space scientist Willy Ley, Danforth lecturers A. Henry Detwiler, archeologist, and oceanographer John McLaughlin, and tuned-in Dr. David Smith from the Haight-Ashbury district of San Fran¬ cisco. The Man In Our Time lecture series fea¬ tured the thoughts of modern philosophers from Martin Buber to Reinhold Niebuhr. End of the year “turn-on” brought to campus present activist organizations in the U.S. including SDS and the John Birch Society. The SGA presented the stu¬ dent body with the opportunity to talk with college President Marshall Buckalew. Mid-year completion of the new Physical Education Building encouraged physical activities for all students and faculty alike as the campus plunged further into expansion. The Saxons entertained for a week in late winter following a variety of student assemblies which included the selection of Best Dressed Coed Caryn Wesner, a special jazz religious service and our own talent shows. Blackfriars produced “Royal Gambit” and “Dark of the Moon.” Stu¬ dents, faculty and guests exhibited art works throughout the year as the Photography Club displayed a variety of prints. May Day activities included the coronation of queen Carol Dumville, trophy awards to Theta Xi and Alpha Omicron Pi, and the inauguration of SGA president Mitch Austin. Final exams brought sunset to the year as 397 seniors graduated for January and May at Com¬ mencement exercises with Stair and Holt. HONORARIES PI GAMMA MU Social Science Honorary ' The sun proudly reflects our moments of achievements and acknowledges our accom¬ plishments with its brilliance. i 70 II _ CHI BETA PHI Science Honorary KAPPA DELTA PI Education Honorary 71 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges BRIAN KOENIG, Political Science JAMES WEBER, Business Administration LOIS HANNAH, English JUNE HERRON, English and Secretarial Science LEON PACK, Business Administration CHARLES PETTRY, Political Science 74 KATHLEEN FALGITANO, Psychology JAMES HAYES, Physical Education ANNE PAINTER. History RICHARD HALSTEAD, Biology MARGARET MORGAN, Physical Education GREGORY AYERS, Political Science Not shown are: DENIS FINNEGAN, Psychology and Speech HOWARD LEVINE, History CHARLES RASNAK, Biology WARREN STACKHOUSE, Physical Education STEVEN AARONSON, Psychology JULIAN ELBLING, Business Administration 75 ADMINISTRATION Marshall Buckalew, President Wiliam Albright, College Chaplain Douglas Call, Acting Director of Admissions Betty Caldwell, Student Financial Aid Officer, and Director of Placement 76 Frank Badger, College Librarian Sara Sue Wright, Circulation Librarian Stella Cooksey, Dean of Wo¬ men and Director of Student Personnel Services Judith Deboard, Catalog Li brarian Joan Badger, Reference Librarian Douglas Bumgardner, Di¬ rector of Geary Student Union, and Director of Com¬ munity Services Carl Gilchrist, Director of Public i Relations Josephine Fink, Manager of Col¬ lege Store SSflSSh Winton Houck, Director of Alumni Affairs Gladys Hundley, Manager of Col¬ lege Cafeteria Donald Flynn, Director of Counseling and Testing I 78 Morris Leavitt, Director of Plant Services James Rucker, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Frank Krebs, Vice President for Student Af¬ fairs Fred Coffindaffer, Registrar and Academic Dean Terry King, Assistant Regis¬ trar Sister Joyce Rossano, S.S.J College Nurse Naomi Henkel, College Nurse Helen Jones, Cashier ■Hi Frank LePage, Director of De¬ velopment Funds James Rowley, Academic C. D. Tamplin, Director Dean, and Vice President of Extension Services 80 William Robinette, Assistant Richard Meckfessel, Athletic Basketball Coach Director, and Head Basketball and Tennis Coach Luther Koontz, Director of Evening Classes Harry Young, Dean of Men and Director of Student Ac¬ tivities Belford Roberts, Treas¬ urer and Business Man¬ ager DIVISION OF PROFESSIONAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Business Administration and Secretarial Science Robert G. Landolt, Head, Business Administration De¬ partment Harriet Brown, As¬ sistant Professor Jearl Koontz, As¬ sistant Professor J. B. Logan, Assis¬ tant Professor Robert L. Masson, Professor C. L. McLaughlin, Associate Professor Chandra Pathak, Assistant Professor Robert Piltz, As¬ sistant Professor Dorothy L. Brooks, Head, Nursing Department Nursing Ellen Aurelio, Instructor; Sandra Bowles, Assistant Professor; Ora Crawford, Assistant Professor; Dorothy Henson, Instructor; Rowena Thompson, Instructor; Jean Wass, Instructor; Edith Young, Instructor Louise Bryant, Instructor Leland P. Howard, Pro¬ fessor Rexford Plymale, Assis¬ tant Professor Nyana Rowley, Associate Professor DIVISION OF HUMANITIES Art, English and Modern Languages Peter H. Olden, Head, Modern Languages Depart¬ ment Henry Wolf, Chairman, Division of Humanities Roberta Absher, Instructor in English; James S. Gibson, Assistant Professor of Art; Fred G. Holloway, Professor of English; Lucina Keane, Head, Art Department; Mary Catherine Lowder, Assistant Professor of English; Con¬ stance McLaughlin, Assistant Professor of English; William Plumley, Instructor in English; Henry Sexton, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages; Albert M. Terry, Assistant Professor of English; Virginia Williams, Professor of English; Barbara Yeager, Assistant Professor of English. Music, Speech, Religion and Philosophy Harold W. Ewing, Head, Music Department Virginia Gray, Head, Speech Department Robert G. Newman, Head, Re¬ ligion and Philosophy Depart¬ ment Roselyn Freedman, Assistant Professor of Speech; John Lambros, Associate Professor of Music; Lee McMillen, Assistant Professor of Music; C. T. Miller, Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Mary M. Thornton, Instruc¬ tor; Robert L. Baylous, Head, Health and Physical Educa¬ tion Department Clarke Herdic, Assistant Pro¬ fessor and Soccer and Base¬ ball Coach Thomas Kinder, Assistant Professor William D. Robinette, Instruc¬ tor and Assistant Basketball Coach Rosie Sangid, Instructor Ronald Tsuchiya, Swimming Coach and Instructor 86 Geography and History Edgar L. Gray, Head, History Department Fred Barkey, Associate Pro¬ fessor of History; R. Eugene Harper, Assistant Professor of History; John A. Hotopp, In¬ structor in History; B. Thomas Lowe, Instructor in Geography; Frederick D. Ranson, Instructor in His¬ tory Political Science, Psychology and Sociology Charles Daugherty, Assistant Professor of Politi¬ cal Science; Hamilton D. Morris, Assistant Pro¬ fessor of Sociology DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES Glenn E. Smith, Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences Robert G. Nunley, Head, Bi¬ ology Department Frank Clark, Professor of Bi¬ ology Judith P. Cole, Instructor in Biology Carl T. Meadors, Assistant Professor of Biology Merewyn D. Meadors, Instruc¬ tor in Biology Chemistry Physics Ashby C. Blackwell, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Chemistry Wanda G. Hale, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics Neale Blackwood, Instructor in Mathematics P. E. Roller, Head, Mathe¬ matics Department Mathematics BOARD OF TRUSTEES ! Paul R. Anderson Fred G. Bannerot, Jr. Bert Bradford, Jr. Marshall Buckalew John G. L. Cabot H. P. Campbell Wilburn C. Campbell W. E. Chilton, III Lyell B. Clay Earl Cottrell Wilbur E. Cox Roger Creel Mason Crickard Hugh A. Curry William M. Davis Neil C. Elphick Carl K. Gilchrist Rocco J. Gorman Paul Hinkle Bernard H. Jacobson David D. Johnson Franklin Johnston Herbert E. Jones, Sr. Sydney M. Kleeman J. E. McDavid J. William Martin Fred A. Otto James S. Philips Hayes Picklesimer John V. Ray William A. Rice Leonard Riggleman Roy B. Rollins, Sr. James W. Rowley Alex Z. Schoenbaum William N. Shearer Fred M. Staunton A. S. Thomas, Jr. A. Garnett Thompson Deal H. Tompkins Russell S. Wehrle Charles C. Wise, Jr. Bert E. C. Wolfe, Jr. J. B. F. Yoak, Jr. 91 Panhellenic Council Among the activities of the Panhellenic Council for the year were the selling of mums and refresh¬ ments at Homecoming, an all-Greek Christmas party, a car wash, and the Best Dressed Coed con¬ test and Greek Week in conjunction with the IFC. The annual Panhellenic spring tea took on a new look as sorority members modeled the latest fashions from Risk’s. Serving the College and community as well as maintaining standards of good health, scholarship and high ideals for the sororities are all part of the Panhellenic Council. 1. J. King 2. P. Cirelli, Secretary 3. D. Gregory 4. K. Falgitano, President 5. S. Jester 6. K. Haas 7. C. Kelso 8. B. Zehntner, Treasurer 9. B. Goff, Vice-President 10. J. Zeller 94 Site Courtesy of Kanawha County Library 1 . 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8 . 9. s. Bossie 10. T. Schweinberg 19. L. Dellaguzzo 27. C. Childers 34. K. Falgitano s. Cleveland 11. D. Czifra 20. D. Reed 28. P. Clark 35. A. Todd L. Knight 12. M. Faber 21. M. Orrill 29. W. Tortomas 36. E. Gannon B. Seewald 13. N. Schnitzius 22. C. Bongrad 30. L. LeRose, 37. S. Jester S. Tefft 14. S. Jacobs 23. L. Toth, President Vice-President 38. M. Iannarelli V. Gordon 15. J. Zeller 24. M. Rich 31. M. Thomasson 39. S. Mills c. Kelso 16. A. Green 25. E. Moore 32. B. Edelman 40. L. Altholz K. L. Thorn Sherrick 17. E. Somelofski 18. C. DeBacco 26. S. Levine 33. E. Winthrop 41. K. Cantwell 96 Aon The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi began the year modeling fashions from Frankenberger’s at their annual fall style show. The social calendar for the AO Pi’s included a square dance in the fall, the annual Christmas din¬ ner-dance, the Hawaiian Luau at the formal rush party, picnics, dinners and the Red Rose Ball in the spring. As community serv¬ ice projects the AOPi’s donated a Thanks¬ giving basket to a needy family in Charles¬ ton, contributed to United Fund, participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Drive, and hosted a Christmas party for the children at Marmet Hospital. National Traveling Secretary Terry Howard paid a mid-winter visit to the Phi Kappa chapter and several AOPI’s went on expansion trips to Salem College and Long- wood College in Virginia. Continued support of a Korean War orphan, contributing arts and crafts materials t o the children at Union Mission and participation in the Muscular Dystrophy drive were all part of the service projects of the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta. The Delta Phi chapter at Morris Harvey re¬ ceived the National Quota award for filling their quota three years in a row, and participated as hostesses for the Province Convention in April for all Alpha Xi chapters in West Virginia. An open mix in the fall, the annual Christmas dance and Rose Formal, the Mother-Daughter Banquet in May, a fashion show for the Alums, and a dance in the spring for the pledges all contribute to the social life of the Fuzzies. 1. S. Hovorka, Membership Chairman 2. M. Maxwell, Pledge Trainer 3. K. Hust, Vice- President 4. E. Epstein 5. E. Dartley 6. L. Barron 7. B. Thomas 8. M. Fort 9. M. Milam, President 10. L. Wood 11. C. Dumville 12. A. Kraeft, Recording Secretary 13. P. Miller 14. K. Burket, Treasurer 15. C. Zervos 16. B. Martino 17. B. Zehntner 18. J. Cumming 19. G. Rohan 20. A. Stecki 21. K. Adams 22. C. Conway 23. C. Kopf 24. K. Richter 25. K. Murdock 26. J. Kenney 5 » 27. M. Stanek 32. B. Hamlin 37. K. Graham 42. K. Warren 28. A. Watson 33. C. Wesner 38. E. Bailey 43. D. Lukowitz 29. B. Watson 34. L. Engle 39. G. Phillips 44. K. Wilson 30. A. Lambrech 35. C. Hensel 40. C. Lane 45. M. Kuhn 31. B. Hammack 36. B. Montague 41. J. Tiedeman 46. B. Hughes 101 The sisters of Delta Zeta not only hosted a party for the Faith Workshop, but also contributed toys to the children in Charleston General Hos¬ pital at Christmas. The DZ’s participated in the Muscular Dystrophy drive with other fraternal organizations at the College and ushered for the Blackfriars’ production of “Dark of the Moon.” Popcorn and pizza sales were conducted in Dickin¬ son Hall to raise extra funds for the sorority’s projects. Together with the Delta Zeta chapter at Tech the sisters held the annual Founders’ Day tea. The most important event of the year for the sisterhood was hostessing the two day state con¬ vention in Charleston during April for all Delta Zetas in West Virginia. 104 Site courtesy of CCC Skating Rink 1. L. Cser, Historian 2. S. Peseux 3. B. Cardwell, Secretary 4. L. Runyan, Membership Chairman 5. B. Mullins, President 6. E. Tainsky 7. J. Lewis 8. M. Brewer 9. J. Hill 10. M. Worth 11. G. Warwick, Pledge Trainei 12. K. Smith 13. S. Comer 105 Site Courtesy of United Fuel Ga9 Company The sisters of Gamma Delta Phi achieved rec¬ ognition as a Column’s Club of Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity this winter. Civic projects in¬ cluded the support of an Indian mission in the Midwest as well as serving at the Civitan Pancake Festival in Charleston. The “Googie,” sweater sales, picnics, Your Mother’s Mustache, a night in Venice, and a Founder’s Day dance were all part of the activities of the sisters of A E Phi. 1. L. Kushner 2. C. Kushner 3. B. Dershowitz 4. L. Brannick 5. L. Blasucci 6. S. Veldenzer 7. J. King, Pledge Trainer 8. B. Canal 9. B. Belinsky, Treasurer 10. B. Casdorph, Vice-President 11. J. Iaia, President 12. R. Cohen 13. J. Knorr 14. S. Barnard 15. K. Sokol, Recording Secretary 16. K. Sieka, Historian 17. M. Sachs 18. M. Gross 19. P. Cirelli 20. A. Droyan 21. K. Hollander 22. L. Padella 23. B. Jahr 24. M. Farus 25. C. Juliano 26. C. Shussett 27. H. Shapiro 28. M. Jacobs 29. M. Bowe 30. L. Kostyal 31. S. Venables 108 Site courtesy of Kanawha County Jail Inter-Fraternity Council Overseeing the activities of all the fraternities on campus is the job of the Inter-Fraternity Council. Representatives from each fraternity on the council strive to foster better relationships as well as decide governing policies for fraternal functions at Morris Harvey. Together with the Panhellenic Council, the IFC sponsored the Best Dressed Coed Contest in December and Greek Week activities in the spring. 1. G. Freeland 2. L. Belknap 3. M. Starr 4. S. Avolese, President 6. P. Garvey 5. J. Ro9zkow9ki, 7. P. Kiendel Secretary 1. R. Polaski 2. J. Bado 3. N. Kulina 4. T. Engesser 5. M. Moore 6. W. Siracusa 7. L. Brown 8. M. Derrigo 9. L. Bumbalo 10. P. Ciccone 11. L. Belknap 12. D. Roane 13. H. Anderson 14. C. Tunick 15. A. Zujkowski 16. J. Muehleisen 17. R. Gross 18. J. Moore 19. I. Markowitz 20. W. Cohen 21. R. Roth 22. K. Gaiman Site Courtesy of Imperial Towers 23. R. Kulina 24. L. Cohen 25. C. Browner 26. J. McChesney 27. F. Ciancio 28. H. Grajauskas 29. J. Eaton, Vice-President 30. T. Sabol 31. R. Bado 32. S. Quinn 33. E. Tripp 34. J. Regino 35. A. Dunst 36. P. Goodwin, Treasurer 37. B. Avolese 38. T. Rotas 39. E. Polhemus 40. R. Seyler 41. L. Sorbara 42. J. Lappin 43. C. Bergman 44. T. Piccolo 45. S. Mignone 46. L. Pack 47. E. Sisenwain 48. W. Stackhouse 49. B. Kosic 50. J. Wildenger 51. J. Basso, Corresponding Secretary 52. M. Santora 53. M. Schreiber 54. K. Brown 55. H. Friedman 56. B. Koenig 57. J. Roberti 58. A. Margolin, President 59. M. Sardinsky, Pledge Master 112 A special Christmas party for the children’s ward at Charleston Memorial Hospital with gifts and Santa Claus included was one of several Alpha Sig projects this year. The Sigs also served by maintaining grounds at Union Mission and tutoring children at the Kennedy Center for whom they raised additional funds by means of a candy sale. The traditional fall weekend, Black and White Formal, Valentine’s Dance and Sweetheart Weekend as well as numerous in¬ formal gatherings were listed on the Sig social calendar. The Alpha Sigs received the trophy for most original float at Homecoming and took firsts in football and basketball intramurals. Na¬ tional Administrative Secretary Ed Madison paid a visit in February as a dozen new pledges were taken in spring rush. The brothers of Alpha Sigma Phi chose Peggy Alexander as sweetheart of the fraternity for the year. 113 ml: p f; ' WSsMt a ' .tJI fc W... 4 i i • 31 ... ‘ ' 4 J V j j tir i -,ti j Al 4 ;1 1. R. McClure 2. C. Houck, Corresponding Secretary 3. E. Matheny 4. J. Lytle 5. P. Garvey, Historian 6. P. Maresco 7. C. Pettry 8. J. Maisto, Comptroller 9. E. Withrow 10. J. Ferrell 11. W. Jenack 12. T. Shields 13. J. Arthur 14. J. Lacek 15. D. Bland 16. J. Lopardo 17. W. Grizzell, Vice-President 18. A. Spelsberg 19. G. Ayers, President 20. W. Wood, Recording Secretary 21. J. Duernberger 22. J. Hoglund 23. G. Baecker 24. G. Freeland 25. P. Cappuccio 26. S. Crews 27. S. Tinsley 28. A. Young 29. S. Cavender 30. D. McAllister 31. P. Fulcher 32. L. Grossett 33. P. Dugent 34. C. Foss 35. D. Kline 36. K. Chamberlin 37. J. Radvak 38. K. W r helan 39. R. Ryan 40. S. Steeves 41. R. Williams 42. W. Cole Site Courtesy of Shanklin Park 116 Besides service to the community of Charles¬ ton, the Sig Eps had a full social activities calen¬ dar throughout the year. Changing the art ex¬ hibits at the Art Gallery at Sunrise, working on Blackwell Athletic Field and participating in the Blood Drive were just a few of the service projects of the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon carried out. The women’s auxiliary, Golden Hearts, also served the community with the brothers. The Sig Eps captured the Best Float Award at Home¬ coming and in turn gave out the Ashby C. Blackwell Soccer Award and the Mark P. Robin¬ son Brother of the Year Award. Listed as social functions for the year were the Founder’s Day banquet, the Wine, Women and SPE’s dance, the Sweetheart Ball, the Hell’s Angels party, picnics and a weekend of functions in conjunction with the Sig Eps at Marshall University. 2 j E 117 Wmm I ' I Beta Tau Colony of ZBT The Sigma Zeta Mu’s gained official rec¬ ognition at MHC in the fall and then attain¬ ed status as Beta Tau Colony of Zeta Beta Tau National Fraternity. Collecting for UNICEF, a Halloween party for the children at Faith Workshop, working with children at the Y.M.C.A., and collecting dog food front area grocers for the Humane Society were all service projects carried out by the Sigma Zeta Mu’s. An open fall mix and spring weekend were included on the social calendar. 1. T. Meadors, Advisor 2. F. Curich 3. K. Seitz, Vice-President 4. M. Epstein 5. D. Shaw 6. S. Zwillinger 7. M. Goldman, President 8. R. Abel 9. W. Giaimo 10. A. Schulkin 11. R. Totten 12. R. Rubin, Sergeaut- at-Arms 13. L. Laper 14. W. Whelan 15. H. Bailey 16. E. Terragni 17. M. Keefer 18. H. Crain, Secretary 19. J. Schwitz, Treasurer 20. A. Sosniak. 21. G. Goodno 22. P. Hooper 23. J. Rosenfeld 24. B. Corhan 25. R. Jacobson ! 120 fj QUu Ma j BnufV To ' PLebGes F (!cM. Af. (yoL ' bin A 5m8JFcr: ATrirube t- brco£uM ; R ' t f rn t i fb (S ' oo ' fc vrrjfy ' TSeFOCC EN7 F£ ' iN6 TH S T 03 M 22 , ) I The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon initiated the year with their annual retreat to Galahad and chose Mary Conticchio Playmate for 1968 - 69 . The TKE s produce a play at Christmas to entertain area underprivileged children and received inter¬ national recognition for their participation in the public service weekend. Grand Hegemon Dr. Wil¬ liam Muse paid the chapter a visit during Founder’s Day celebrations. Together with the TKE’s of Fairmont the brothers hosted a dance during the WVIAC Tournament. The largest serv- ice project undertaken by the TKE’s was that of redecorating the center for Alcoholics Anony¬ mous, as the pledges were put at the disposal of faculty members for service to the College. Elaine Dartley was chosen TKE Sweetheart at the Christmas dance and the traditional Bunny Hop, Mountaineer Blast and Red Carnation Ball were held. 122 Fire Engine courtesy of No. 2 Fire Station 1. T. Dennis 2. K. MacPherson 3. J. Shafer 4. S. Baker 5. W. DeVore 6. D. McLaughlin 7. R. Metz 8. D. Haydu 9. R. Bruno 10. H. McCann 11. C. Dawson 12. R. Wagner 13. K. Miller 14. D. Wallace 15. J. Montazzoli 16. G. Childers, Vice-President 17. W. Childress 18. E. Miller 19. J. Parsley 20. R. Wesley 21. R. Green 22. M. Sherry 23. W. Caracciolo 24. R. McConville, Sergeant-at-Arms 25. D. Gallow 26. W. Champion 27. R. Penny 28. G. Poalise 29. W. Stegmayer 30. D. Scotch, Treasurer 31. K. Dose 32. D. Pfost 33. O. Weinstein 34. W. Feit 35. J. Kirk 36. V. Longtin 37. T. Lehman, Chaplain 38. D. Hughes, Secretary 39. D. Dwyer 40. R. Suehnholz 41. R. Paul 42. J. Magnes 43. H. Levine, President 44. M. Starr, Pledge Master 45. S. Aaronson 46. P. Levine 47. J. Fiola 48. I. Goldstein 49. C. Cole 50. R. Helminski 51. J. Shovlin 123 1. A. Tannenbaum 2. W. Kroll 3. R. Gerber 4. C. Rasnak 5. W. Dodson 6. T. Land 7. M. Franford 8. M. Reed 9. M. DeBenedette, President 10. W. Thieleman 11. H. Lisgar 12. G. Henshall, Vice-President 13. K. Abell, Treasurer 14. L. Reinhard 15. J. Hickok 16. H. Miller 17. T. Steely 18. J. Roszkowski ' 126 ©H The Theta Xi’s began the year with a night of old-fashioned movies entitled Sounds of Silents. The brothers hosted the Halloween buffet in the cafeteria, collected canned goods for the Salvation Army, contributed to United Fund and adopted a Japanese child through Children Incorporated. A visit from the National Field Secretary, participa¬ tion in the regional conference at Concord, the Christmas dinner dance and spring weekend were included on the Theta Xi function calendar. Miss West Virginia, Charlotte Warwick, rode in the Theta Xi Homecoming float, while the brothers elected pinmate Denise Clay, sweetheart for the year. 127 ft J ' $ ' A ' ' 1 ' I ,• ' NV ' V V,. V T ' V ' J5 rKjA 4 ' $ ; ' } ■ . • .V • ' I 4 1 ns SOCCER A 6-5 record brought to a close the soccer team’s third season. Hugh McCann, Dick Williams and Bill Jenack were recognized as members of the WVIAC all¬ conference team. Improved team work, speed and agility on the field combined to make the season the best yet. MHC 5 1 1 2 1 1 5 3 2 0 1 Fairmont Morehead Wesleyan Bethany Wesl eyan Marietta Marietta Fairmont V.P.I. Davis and State Elkins Alderson-Broaddus Ready to face their opponents, the members of the 1968 soccer team include: Front row: L. Miller, B. Bennett J Muelheisen E Polhemus Jenack " J Wnbei C T " ' “ C V R ‘ Y 0 6 ? ' D ' ™.ms, «. McCann, M. DeBe’nedette, and D. Jenack, J. Uuernberger, C. Spencer, S. Zwillinger, and goalie J. Howard. lv. Ooodno Fuller, B 132 133 hwbss;x rrrw WJ 7 ' JKP wyjl it ■g . m Hr ' R 1 •? ' • .2HR V r 4 ' --igK-.. BASKETBALL Beginning with a defeat of Marshall, the Golden Eagles managed to compile a 21-9 season record. MHC was the only team to beat top ranked Fairmont and for the first time in history, to beat Marshal twice in one season. High scorer Spike Conley averaged 20 points per game, while Roger Bartrum led the team in rebounding. The Eagles gained second place in conference standings as Conley and Hayes were named to the all-con¬ ference team for 1968-69. MHC 82 Marshall 81 107 Marietta 75 889 State 97 95 Davis and Elkins 57 95 Wheeling 58 77 Oral Roberts 68 91 Winston-Salem 61 118 Western Carolina 122 72 Glenville 62 76 Gannon 84 62 Toledo 66 99 Fairmont 100 71 Marshall 70 92 Glenville 81 92 Alderson-Broaddus 99 82 Wesleyan 76 78 Morehead 92 77 Tech 53 102 Beckley 72 88 Fairmont 78 98 Concord 68 105 Wesleyan 71 85 State 68 99 Tech 97 74 Salem 73 51 West Liberty 34 WVIAC TOURNAMENT 109 Concord 62 78 Glenville f, o 89 State Q9 81 Alderson-Broaddus 83 Golden Eagles appear set to beat their opponents at the start of the 1968- 69 season. Front: Trainer R. Hartman, Captain J. Hayes, J. Fout, B. Wes- ley, C. McPherson, J. Eaton, S. Conley, and Manager W. Quick. Back: Coach R. Meck- fessel, C. Dawson, G. Childers, R. Bartrum, Captain S. Quinn, A. Williams, R. Wood, and Coach W. Robinette. ; i i 139 WVIAC TOURNAMENT Bob Wesley was named to the all-tournament team as the Golden Eagles placed fourth in the WVIAC Tournament for 1968-69. Dr. Ashby C. Blackwell was recognized as highest tourney ticket seller. sfV J i m 1 jpa I M pll f Lg Bgf, Prepared to meet their opponents during the 1968-69 season, junior varsity team members include: Front row: D. Thorn, J. Ellis, A. Williams, B. Wesley, C. McPherson, P. Russo, and A. Fotos. Bock row: Coach W. Robinette, D. Kline, B. Nuttall, C. Foss, J. Buckalew, B. Mudry, and W. Quick Manager. ’ J.V. BASKETBALL Well-balanced scoring, improved rebounding and fast action on the court all contributed to the JV’s 12-6 record, Coach Bill Robinette expects stronger competition in the future and forecasts a winning 1969-70 season for the junior varsity team. MHC 76 Marshall 93 70 Marietta 68 89 State 91 98 Alumni 89 75 Mutt’s Car Wash 82 71 Glenville 77 30 Marshall Branch 17 71 Ohio University 79 83 Glenville 71 105 Marshall Branch 84 100 Greenbrier Military 92 109 Morehead State 93 67 Tech 56 81 Bliss 90 66 Marshall 87 80 State 74 79 Tech 61 102 Guvan Homes 98 141 143 _ Sparking enthusiasm at the basketball games for Morris Harvey are cheerleaders Bev Thomas, Dee Lange, Audrey Todd, Steve Gregson, Bill Marty, Lou DeMrchele, Buster Avolese and Eagle, Powell Parks. CHEERLEADERS H INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE Unknowns . 6-2 Animals . 6-3 TKE . 5-3 Rebels . 5-3 Setbacks . 4-4 Keglers . 1-7 Moshaveme . 1-7 AMERICAN LEAGUE Alpha Sigma Phi . 8-0 Sigma Epsilon Phi . 6-3 Zoo . 4-4 Faculty . 4-4 Disraeli Gears . 3-5 Theta Xi . 0-8 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL “A”LEAGUE Educators . 13-0 Alpha Sigs . 12-1 Sigs Eps . 9-4 Faculty . 7-6 TKE . 7-6 Animals . 6-7 Unknowns . 4-9 Nickle Bags . 3-10 Deers . 1-12 Knights . 1-12 “B” LEAGUE Avalanche . 13-0 Sig Eps . 10-3 Alpha Sigs . 9-4 Setbacks . 7-6 Java Men . 7-6 Keglers . 7-6 TKE . 6-7 GDI’s . 4-9 Sigma Zeta Mu . 1-12 Theta Xi . 1-12 • 3 £.. fgg 148 INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL TKE . 7 1 Alpha Sigma Phi . 6 2 Animals . 6 1 Unknowns . 5 2 Faculty . 5 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon .. 5 2 ABZ . 4 3 Invaders . 3 4 Theta Xi . 2 5 Keglers . 2 5 Effectors . 2 5 Setbacks . 1 6 ZBT . 1 6 Purple Haze . 1 6 150 INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE Alpha Sigma Phi . 7 Trojans . 5 Keglers . 4 Sigma Phi Epsilon . 3 Animals . 2 Theta Xi . 1 Unknowns . 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Zoo . 5 TKE . 4 ZBT . 3 Sherman’s March . 2 Setbacks . 1 Commerce . 1 Sigs AAA . 0 I WOMEN’S INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL MAROON LEAGUE Gold Fuzzies . 5-0 Twaddler . 3-2 AO Pi . 3-2 Bakers Dozen . 2-3 Uncoordinates . 2-3 Goos . 0-5 GOLD LEAGUE Powder Puffs . 5.1 Gies . 4.2 Sure Things . 3.2 No Names . 3.2 Gangsters . 4.4 RST .0-4 WOMEN’S INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL GOLD LEAGUE Gold Fuzzies . 5 0 Unknowns . 4 1 Messers . 1 4 Untouchables . 2 3 RST-No Names . 1 4 Powder Puffs . 2 3 MAROON LEAGUE Jet Set . 5 0 Gies . 2 3 Twaddlers . 2 3 AOPi . 3 2 Sure Things . 3 2 Delta Zeta . 0 5 i I A dream realized! The completion of the new Physical Education Building brought new activity to MHC. The swimming pool led to the creation of our own varsity swim team, while students explored the varied facilities available for their use. Archery, paddle ball, handball and the weight room all contributed to keeping students fit. The renovation of the old cafeteria into a boathouse along with the arrival of several shells and MHC’s own dock promise an exciting future for crew racing on the Kanawha. t . -v • - ' ; " . ’ ' •v ■ ' • -• i i W! . — -w. S • ' m H-i 4; , f r’? m Diamond Eagles for the 1969 season of baseball included: Front row: J. Bado, B. Whelan, B. Anderson, co-captain B. Bado, co-captain S. Adams, J. Ellis, and H. Adams. Second row: B. Meiners, M. Santora, P. Russo, P. Ciccone, K. Haik, J. Flowers, and J. Hicks. Back row: Coach C. Herdic, manager T. Engesser, W. Fagan, L. Robertson, B. Polaski, and D. Gibeaut. After a successful starting season, the Eagles ended with an 8-9 record. Ciccone led his teammates in batting with a .737 and was elected co-captain for 1970 along with Dana Gibeaut. Ciccone and Hicks were both named to the all¬ conference team and Polaski, voted most valuable player by his teammates, received honorable mention. VARSITY BASEBALL MHC 5 State . 6 0 Rio Grande . 8 5 Rio Grande . 1 9 Sewanee . 6 10 Sewanee . 11 2 Salem . 0 9 Tech . 1 2 Marietta . 1 7 Glenville . 3 6 Glenville . 3 5 Marshall . 11 3 State . 4 4 Tech . 5 3 West Liberty . 5 5 West Liberty . 6 0 Concord . 3 7 Concord . 2 156 I Eagle netters included: Front row: D. McClelland, B. Mooney, R. Goldsmith and S. Samuels. Back row: Coach R. Mcckfessel, E. Ely, J. Howard, P. White, and K. Miller. The Golden Eagle tennis team captured its fifth straight West Virginia Conference champion¬ ship. Graduating seniors Parker White and Doug McClelland led the team to their final victory, netting titles in both singles and doubles com¬ petition. TENNIS MHC 9 State . 0 0 Kentucky . 9 0 Vanderbilt. 9 33 David Lipscomb . 6 1 Carson-Newman . 8 0 Austin Peay . 9 0 Tennessee Tech . 9 2 Sewanee . 7 9 Tech . 0 7 Fairmont . 2 5 Marshall . 4 7 Fairmont . 2 8 State . 1 8 Wesleyan . 1 9 Salem . 0 9 Tech . 0 9 Wheeling . 0 2 Bethany . 7 9 West Liberty . 0 I m GOLF The 1969 golf team ended with a 3-1 record GoUeri ' M HC include T - Denn!s - F - Ciancio, J. Eaton, F. Byard, L. Peck, and Coach • in dual meets. A loss to Marietta on the road and a fifth place finish at the Wheeling confer¬ ence tournament still gave MHC the best single round with a score of 294. Highlights of the year were a 68 turned in by Byard against State. The excellent play of the whole team on the I final day at Wheeling was aided by Ciancio’s I hole-in-one and Dennis’s 249 total as he won the tournament medal. 1 160 CROSS-COUNTRY Hopes for improvement and a better season this fall are ever present in the minds of the first MHC cross-country team which finished last in 1968-69 conference standings. Coach W. Robinette poses at left with team members B. Mooney and C. Liebig in front and J. Rowan and J. Lappin in the rear. MHC 38 47 38 36 83 29 State Tech Wesleyan State Marietta Concord p »■ - ■ - . «r. . • ; W ? ; - rsp K lfi,fy £? mu ' On s I ‘ r r. , •-.-.. • ' S ' .- ' " s . ' V.U- ! -i-vr ' - ' ■ • ' i.i w»iv ' .:. jSpS i!Vi- • ; • J ■ ; ■; • « • ••J Avr S ' .i: . ' O ' ..... ; ' vi! •. «■■ 172 ;V $ Campus organizations throughout the year car¬ ried on a variety of activities. The SNEA and ACEI both encouraged students in the field of education while members of the latter volunteered hours to the children at the Kennedy Center. The Chess team participated in several matches and sent a four man team to the National Inter¬ collegiate Chess Tournament. The Debate team hosted the MHC-PKD Tournament in November and traveled throughout the East coast for com¬ petition promoting logical reasoning in contro¬ versial areas. Students musically inclined played in the MHC Band for several assemblies and for their own concert. i 180 i f i Choir Presents Annual “Messiah” Choir students enjoyed a successful year as they presented various programs for the com¬ munity and the College. The annual presentation of Handel’s “Messiah” was conducted by Conrad Eaddy. The spring choir tour included appear¬ ances throughout West Virginia. Choir members for 1968-69 included: Front row: Director H. Ewing, B. Cardwell, H. Pfeuffer, K. Haas, L. Lankenau, C. Weston, K. Cardwell, J. Fogel, D. Neil, S. Paxton, M. Iannarelli and S. Jackson. Second row: A. Mazzella, L. LeRose, S. Caudill, L. Lupardus, G. Warwick, B. Casdorph, S. Hanson, A. Hotchkiss, S. Bailey, L. Schweinsberg, B. Roth and J. Keller. Third row: C. Brown, J. Balgley, K. Dose, M. Meadows, E. Hachem, C. Wanner, J. Pierce, B. McHoul and N. Kulina. Fourth row: J. Wallace, D. Osborne, P. McKinney, M. Jones, D. Cain, D. Ferrell, T. Hartshorn, C. Givens, D. Atkins and S. Keenan. 181 Language Club Fetes Masquerade Language Club members included students of French, German and Spanish determined to de¬ velop a deeper appreciation of the foreign cul¬ tures through movies, speakers and language sessions. A Halloween costume party and a pinata party at Christmas were included in the calendar of activities. 182 N. Candee K. Btirket T. Feininella S. Strickland P. Zekan P. Marinakis . D. Wilkinson . L. Hall C. Brown, Vice- President S. Haywood , S. Burke, Secretary- Treasurer S. Snider B. Wald, Sergeant- at-Arms S. Nashncr L. Sherrick P. Martin V. Longtin Mrs. Gray, Adviser L. Dolin R. Gudelsky Blackfriars Enjoys Successful Year Success was enjoyed by the Blackfriars from their first production in October until their last in the spring. “Heat Lightning,” starring Steve Strickland, Mary Lou Milam and Mike Jones left the audience clinging to their seats but the soothing words of Rod McKuen relaxed listeners during the Reader’s The¬ atre. Charlie Brown’s performance in “Royal Gambit” gave MHC its answer to Henry the Eighth, while Dianna Wilkinson portrayed the legendary Barbara Allen in “Dark of the Moon.” Comet Question: What Color Next? In addition to enlarging the staff, this year’s COMET received a new look which included a new nameplate and color-inked issues which left students guessing which color would be next. Key staff members attended the 44th Annual Conference Associated Collegiate Press and Na¬ tional Council of College Adivsors at the Waldorf- Astoria in November. 1. A. Kieval, Photog¬ rapher 2. B. Amato, Sports Editor 3. M. Kuhn, Editor-in- Chief 4. L. Robertson, Sports Editor 5. R. Seyler, Off-the- Record Columnist 6. L. Pack, Business Manager 7. N. Norman, Assistant Editor 186 Bound for New York for the ACP Convention are Leon Pack,Nancy Norman and Melinda Kuhn of the Comet. Above, Nancy finds this position inspiring when writing her editorials while, below, Melinda proves that the Comet must go on even if it’s a la Dickens during power failures. Harveyan Completes Publi¬ cation for 1969 Editor Mila Albertson, photographer Larry McGraw and assistant editor Marilyn Orrill made up the slim ranks of the HARVEYAN staff for 1969. Together with the COMET staff the staff embarked to Sutton to end the year with a celebration picnic as the last deadline was met. Alpha Phi Omega Serves Community Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity, was formally organized at M.H.C. this year. Members of the club are dedicated to service to the community, campus and fraternity. Activities for the year included work with retarded chil¬ dren, the Buckskin Council, area Boy Scouts and the YMCA. Alpha Phi Omega was also given the opportunity to build lecture stands, monitor test¬ ing, distribute posters for Homecoming, and act as time keepers for debate tournaments this year. 190 Highlighting the year for the Jewish students at M.H.C. was a dinner at Chanukah to celebrate the holiday. Bagel and lox brunches were regular¬ ly scheduled throughout the year as students en¬ joyed the hospitality of the community and temple. The Moshavim also featured films on Israel and Jewish holidays and customs in its attempt to foster Jewish belief, culture and heritage. 1. H. Ben-Asher, Sergeant-at-Arm» 2. P. Rosenfeld 3. R. Feldman 4. B. Wald, Vice- President 5. S. Nasliner 6. S. Faymann. Secretary 7. R. Freedman. Adviser 8. J. Eliding President 9. C. Voice, Treasurer 10. D. Hughe Moshavim Celebrates Chanukah With Dinner I I 192 Site Courtesy of Art Gallery of Sunrise Art Guild Holds Sidewalk Sale A sidewalk art sale in the spring of student works was held at Moore’s by the Art Guild. Members redecorated the art rooms in the fall, toured Blenko and Henry Elden’s round house, and sponsored several exhibits in the Art Gallery of the Geary Student Union featuring reproduc¬ tions, cartoons and student works. 1 . s. Thompson 6. M. Faber 2. G. Goodno 7. D. Payne 3. L. Keane, Advisor 8. S. Greene 4. G. Toler 9. L. Brandwine 5. R. Wright 10. K. Hust 194 Site courtesy of the MHC Physical Education Building Physical Education Club Hosts Conference In addition to inaugurating Homecoming events with a bonfire, the Physical Education Club presented its annual show in the gym demonstrating a variety of activities. During dedication ceremonies of the new Physical Education build¬ ing, club members acted as guides and hosted the Mid- Western Conference of the AAHPER in April. 1. M. Greene 2. C. Wesner 3. B. Watson 4. G. Pitello 5. S. Tefft 6. Mrs. Mary Thornton, Advisor 7. J. Izzi, President 8. L. Sherrick, Vice-President 9. C. Long 10. J. Feminella 11. L. Altholz 12. E. Tainsky 13. P. Alexander 14. L. Smith 15. G. Rohan 16. J. Wohlworth 17. C. DeBacco 18. J. Dnernberger 19. C. Gordon 20. J. Fout 21. W. Stackhouse 195 tmiJ v j||j um m ■ $ , %H . iH| ■1 | I ril — T K V-- SsgtiSS BaSB ■ ■ ' ■ 4 4 Site courtesy of West Virginia Building and Loan Association. 1. W. Koslow, Advisor 2. J. Folkoff 3. S. Samuels 4. G. Celente 5. H. Crain 6. S. Greggson 7. T. Raab 8. J. Elbling, Secretary 9. R. Eannarino, Treasurer 10. J. Skelly, Vice-President 11. T. Wynn, President 12. P. Ciccone 13. B. Kosic 14. A. Margolin 15. G. Ferrell 198 Professional Business Club Tours FMC A tour of the FMC Ordiance plant in South Charleston was on the Professional Business Club’s agenda for 1968-69. A variety of speakers, including President Buckalew, Instructor Kozlow and visitors from IBM and the West Virginia State Department of Labor, highlighted sessions throughout the year. Ambulance courtesy of the Leonard Johnson Funeral Home in Marmet. CANS Members Entertain Patients In addition to nursing duties and class activities, members of the Capito Association of Nursing Students trick-or-treated children at the Union Mission, Christmas caroled at Charleston Memorial Hospital and hosted a party for patients at Hunt¬ ington State Hospital during the year. 1. 2 . 3. 4. 5 . 6 . 7. 8 . 9. M. Changes 10. G. Morris, G. Phillips Ambulance T. Odell 11. C. Lacaria L. Engle 12. B. Parsons K. Groom 13. B. King K. Wilson 14. C. Siers D. Marple 15. D. Payne S. White 16. N. Peters J. Thomas 17. C. Francis 18. N. Moran . . y 200 SGA Achieves Successful Year Among the first SGA movements this year was the assured placing of students on every committee at the College. SGA officers welcomed freshmen in the fall and later chose Candy Bongard and John McChesney as most typical. Homecoming found the SGA at the airport to greet Anthony and the Imperials. The first of two variety shows featured a psychedelic film as well as competition in song, dance and comedy. The sad tale of Mo Ham kingdom was related at the second entertain¬ ing variety show in the spring. The SGA also moved to increase the student activity fee for the provision of three concerts in 1969-70. Under SGA auspices students will he able to rate pro¬ fessors and classes this fall. Awards and May Day also met with success as the year closed at MHC. 1. T. Piccolo, Junior Class President 2. H. Crain, ZBT Representative 3. B. Nelson, Freshman Class President 4. W. Stackhouse, Senior Class President 5. S. Baker, Freshman Clas9 Representative 6. J. Shovlin, Sophomore Class President 7. D. Gregory, Secretary 8. R. Golombek, Sophomore Class Representative 9. B. Kosic, Senior Class Representative 10. L. Pack, Treasurer 11. D. Finnegan, President 12. J. Muehleisen, Sergeant-at-Arms 13. A. Dunst, Vice-President UNDERCLASSMEN 204 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS SI ZIMMERMAN SGA Representative LARRY LAPER Vice-President MARIE FORT Secretary-Treasurer BRITT NELSON President JOHN McCHESNEY Sergeant-at-Arms iil Tim Adams Beverly Adkins Karen Atkisson Stacy Baker Josephine Bergeron Deborah Bias Lynn Blacker Myrtle Blackwell Candy Bongard Sandi Bressler Judy Cadle Brenda Canal Carolyn Cantley Stephanie Ciccarello Conrad Cole 206 Cathie Conway Brian Corhan Kathi Dakin Karen Dandy Nanci Danison Larry Devlin Judy DiGirolamo Lennie Dills Richard Diou Andrea Droyan John Duernberger Linda Dunn Lee Eastwood Barbara Edelman Yvonne Epps Terry Feminella David Ferrell Cindy Fisher Barbara Flateman Linda Flinn Linda Flint Judy Fogle Marie Fort Brandy Galasso Barbara Garlinger Darla Gibson Rita Grey Barbara Grose Emery Hachem Renee Hager Latelle Hall Reginia Hansford Donna Harris Samuel Hausback Sherry Herman 207 Brenda Hess Roberta Hirsch Rosalie Hoffman Sherrie Hopkins Loraine Hourani Sandy Jackson David Jaffe Lynn Jemison Mark Jones Christine Juliano Ilene Katofsky Donna Kemper Robin Kurot Dee Lange Larry Laper Drema Lavender Melinda Lewis Suzanne Lipusz Debra Lukowitz Robert Martin 209 FRESHMEN Carma Lee Mash Marilynn Mawhinney John McChesney Suzanne Miller Suzette Miller Berneda Moore Edilu Moore Nicholas Munoz Alexander Musico Judy Neger Debi Neil David Nortrup Richard Nostrand Daniel Notargiacoma Gail Nussbaum David O’Dell FRESHMEN Marilyn Orrill Nancy Prince Barbara Quinn Vickie Radford Donna Lee Reed Alta Reynolds Madelyn Rich Cynthia Rittenberg Robin Rodda Harvey Rubin Marlyn Salitsky Carmella Sbordonne Andrea Schacter Mary Ann Scott Christine Seed Bradley Seiser Patty Sherwood Kathy Smith Stephanie Smith Vincent Smith Allen Sosniak Barbara Sprei Michael Starr Tom Steely Alan Stern Joan Stickle Toby Tancbum Marie Thomasson Elbie Thurman Donna Tillis Audrey Todd Jean Tosun Rebecca Walker Jerry Waugh Kathryn Welbourn Elaine Winthrop Maureen Worth Diane Young Jay Zacharias mm 2 , Jr flf " • ' 7 MIKE DERRIGO Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS , LENNY SORBARA Sereeant-at-Arms ■ JOHN MONTAZZOLI Vice-President JIM SHOVLIN President Richard Abel Virginia Adkins Carol Alfano Susan Barnard Bonnie Belinsky Larry Belknap Linda Blasucci Bonnie " Brehm Debbie Brown Jhn Buckalew 1 Betty Campbell Peggy Campbell Barbara Casdorph Saundra Clark Margaret Cogan Ronni Cohen Mary Conticcbio Cathy Cotton George Dailey Karen Davenport 212 Linda Davis Mike Derrigo Kenneth Dose Arlene Escovitz Glen Ferrell Joanne Fisher Jim Fout Sue Fox Angela Fusco Dennis Callow Ellen Gannon Frank Gannon Dennis Garren Ruie Geraj William Giamo Girard Goodno Ginny Gordon Kay Graham Edward Hardman Karen Henion Mary Hogshead David Holley Myra Holtsclaw Linde Howard Susan Howley Barbara Hughes Mary Iannarelli Marilyn Jacobs Terri Kaiser Ginger Keffer Carolyn Kelso William Kroll Ernest Leslie Sharon Lewine Mike Libmann Carl Liebig Nelson Longtin Louise Lucas Gail Marcus Susan McComas 214 SOPHOMORES Mark McGraw Frances McKee Chuck McPherson Steve Meadows Robert Mease Harriet Medin Sandra Merical Cynthia Milam Lawrence Miller Sharon Moore Teresa O’Dell Linda Padella Powell Parks Sharon Paxton Deborah Payne - 9 } I il Amy Pellegrino Janis Perry Edward Polhemus James Regino Cynthia Roberts Larry Robertson Cynthia Rose Linda Runyan Patricia Schillings Joy Schwartz Marsha Seabolt Joyce Seed James Shovlin Ed Sisenwain Steve Slack Kathy Sokol Kelly Sparks Sue Thompson Wendy Tortomas Carolyn Van Pelt Joe Vincent Richard Volkert Diane Vorisek Martha Walker Charles Wanner Alice Watson Barbara Watson Virginia Williams Roger Wood Charlotte Worthy 216 A.A. RECIPIENTS Jacque Bailey Conna Blount Cheri Francis Sarah King Cynthia Lacaria Judy Liversedge Donna Kay Marple Sue McNutt Nancy Moran Julie Nelson Bonnie Parsons Della Payne Antonetta Sacco Helen Sheets Nancy Spaniol Judith Thomas Pamala Vaughan Patty Wilson JOHN DOUGHERTY Sergeant-at-Arms BARBARA MARTINO Secretary-Treasurer CAROLE FLINT Vice-President TOM PICCOLO President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kenneth A bell Pegg Alexander Dale Atkins Betty Bailes Elaine Bailey Penny Blackton Suzanne Bessie Mary Botana Margaret Bowe Linda Brannick Jim Browder Sharon Burke Kathie Burket Kathleen Cantwell Patricia Casdorph Yvonne Chandler Sandra Charnes Cary Childers Cathleen Chirico Patti Clark 218 Sally Cleveland Judy Cline Spike Ccnley Paula Cook Howard Crain Frank Curich Doris Czifra Leonora DeBacco Laura Dellaguzzo Keith Denison Linda Dodson John Doughert) Robert Duguid Daniel Dwyer Evelyn Eckert Curt Eddy Orville Ellis Ed Ely Tom Engesser Ellen Epstein JUNIORS Marie Farus Jeff Ferrell Carole Flint John Gagliardi Kenneth Caiman Terri Gallanter Barbara Gass Louis Gioia Joe Givens Michael Goldman Peter Goodwin Alan Goran Graig Gordon Robert Gottlieb Andrea Green Margaret Greene Edward Grein Rita Gudelsky Karen Haas Donald Hark 220 John Herrick Karen Hollander Patricia Holmes Charles Howard Kathrine Hust Yvonne Ingram Barbara Jahr Vince Jones Merle Kadish Marilyn Kennedy Janis Knorr Anne Knuppel Andrea Kraeft Helen Kraiger Ronald Kranchalk Nicholas Kulina Carol Kushner Lois Kushner Gary Lengemann Linda Le Rose Eldena Light Claudia Long Victor L ngtin Bill Lucht Marilyn MacNeil Arnie Margolin Vickie Marquardt Thomas Matheny Mary Maxwell Shirley Mayl Connie Mershon Charles Mikels Pat Miller Bonnie Montague Jim Moore 221 Susan Morgan Brenda Mullins Russell Nichols Anna Marie Nigro Nancy Norman Terry North Harriet Perlman William Perry Tom Piccolo Stacey Pinkney Gloria Pitello James Pollack Linda Proctor Charles Pugh Lynn Richardson Lloyd Reinhard Harriet Reynolds Donna Robinette Georgia Rohan Sister Joyce Rossano Joseph Roszkowski Richard Rubin Fred Rude Marcia Sachs Susan Segall Fred Seidman Helen Shapiro Linda Sherrick Jeree Singer Nancy Slack Maribeth Stanek Arlene Stecki Evelyn Tainsky Judy Tascher James Taylor 222 JUNIORS Steven Taylor Susan Tefft Jane Tiedman Linda Toth Charles Tunick Margaret Turley Shirley Veldenzer Kathy Warren Gloria Warwick Caryn Wesner Patricia Whitbeck Larry Windom Elaine Wolff Linda Wood Barbara Zehntner 1010 BRAVE MEN WANTED! I am authorized by Governor Pierpoint to raise i Regiment of men to consist of TEN COMPANIES of 101 men each, including officers. When two com panies are formed they will be mustered into service and a camp will be established at or near Morgan town, where they will be armed, equipped and drille until the Regiment is full and ordered into service. July 29.1861. JAMES EVANS. ffgaS: : 1 , : ■ ■ • » v .U • . . Y i » . ' • « : ( ' Vt u v‘r i ’; ;-.• iV ? ' ■■ I SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WARREN STACKHOUSE President LOIS HANNAH Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES PETTRY Sergeant-at-Arms WILLIAM KOSIC SGA Representative STEVE AARONSON Psychology MILA ALBERTSON Spanish-English ROBERT AMATO History HENRY ANDERSON Physical Education GORDON ANDRESEN Sociology DONNA ARBOGAST Sociology GARY AUSTIN Business Administration SEBASTIAN AVOLESE Biology 226 GREG AYERS Political Science ROBERT BADO Physical Education RAYMOND BAIL Political Science JUDY BARRETT English ROGER BARTRAM Physical Education JAMES BAUMANN Business Administration BARBARA BEARD Sociology PAUL BEDRIN Political Science HOWARD BEN-ASHER Business Administration FRED BERNINGER History STEVE BEZ Sociology CARLTON BOIARSKY Social Science WILLIAM BOLLMEYER Business Administration PAUL BOTMAN Physical Education MARY BOWYER History RICHARD BRADBURY Business Administration ELLEN BRINKLEY English DAVID BROOKS Business Administration CHARLES BROWN Speech FRANK BURDETTE Physical Education I SENIORS KENNETH BUXTON History DANNY CAIN Music JUDITH CAMPBELL Biology NANCY CANDEE Speech and English GERALD CELENTE Business Administration CARLA CHILDERS English FRANK CIANCIO Business Administration DAVE CLAGG English SUZANNE CLAGG Business Administration WILSON CLARK Business Administration DENISE CLAY History LOIS CLENDENIN History BILLY CLINE Business Administration BARBARA COBB Spanish and English LEON COHEN Business Administration MARCIA COHEN English 228 I WALTER DODSON Humanities JOHN DORSEY Sociology DIANE DOTY English WILLIAM DREWRY Business Administration VERA DROBIT Spanish DAVID DRUCKER Speech CAROL DUMVILLE Mathematics JON DUNCAN Political Science WILLIAM COHEN Political Science VICTORIA COLLINS Spanish BILLY COOK Physical Education ROBERT CORALESKI Political Science ANN COTTRELL Sociology MICHAEL CURRY Physical Education ROBERT CURRY Art ROY CZIFRA Mathematics MAUREEN DALY Physical Education RICHARD DECKER Business Administration ROSEMARY DEMICHELE Physical Education WILLIAM DEVORE Physical Education 229 SENIORS ALAN DUNST Political Science EILEEN DURKIN History ROBERT EANNARINO Business Administration JULIAN ELBING Business Administration MICHAEL ELVIN Business Administration THERESA ERDELY English KATHLEEN FALGITANO Psychology FREDERICK FARBER Psychology LENORA FAULKNER Art CHERYL FAULKNIER Physical Education SHARON FAULKNIER English SUZANNE FAYMAN Humanities DENIS FINNEGAN Psychology ROGER FRAME Biology MARK FRANCIS Biology STUART FRANCIS Biology THOMAS FRANCIS Business Administration KAREN FROMM Speech LOUIS CALL Humanities KATHY CALLAVAN Sociology ROLLIN GARDNER Business Administration RUTH GATES English SUSAN GERKEN Humanities HARRY GIROUD Political Science BARBARA GOFF Music Education IAN GOLDSTEIN Business Administration WILLIAM GORDON History DOROTHY GREGORY English STEVEN GREGSON Business Administration CARL GRIDELLI Physical Education ALICE GRIFFIN Sociology WILLIAM GRIZZELL History 231 MARY GUM Music Education BARBARA HADDAD Business Administration BETH HALL History JUDY HALL Business Administration BARBARA HAMMACK Humanities LESLIE HAMRICK English LOIS HANNAH Political Science SANDRA HANSON Music PATSY HARRAH Business Administration DAVID HAUER History SCOTT HAYWOOD Speech CYNTHIA HENSEL Biology MARGARET HERNDON Sociology JUNE HERRON English SHERRY HICKMAN Sociology SYBIL HICKMAN Humanities JOHN HICKS . Business Administration 232 GILDA IZZI Physical Education SUSAN JACOBS English ANTHONY JELICH Business Administration WILLIAM JENACK Physical Education SUSAN JESTER Sociology DIANE JONES English HERMAN JONES Sociology MICHAEL JONES Music Education and Speech SENIORS JOHN HINKLE Sociology EDDIE HOEL Business Administration MARK HOFFELD Sociology JAMES HOGAN Sociology WENDELL HOOVER Geography DWIGHT HOWARD Psychology DOUGLAS HUGHES Business Administration BRUNO IAMONTE Biology SENIORS JIM JOSEPH History ROBBIE KANE Biology BONNIE KEATON History NANCY KENYON English ANDREW KIEVAL Business Administration DONNA JEAN KISER Sociology BRIAN KOENIG Political Science CAROLYN KOPF Mathematics WILLIAM KOSIC Business Administration BRUCE KOZMA Speech GENIE KRAIJS Sociology BERMA LACARIA English SHARON LAING Sociology MARK LANCER Busi ness Administration GARY LEMER Sociology CORLISS LENTZ History CATHY LEROSE Biology HOWARD LEVINE History SHARYn LEVINE History JAMES LEWIS Sociology ROBERT McCONVILLE Business Administration THERESA McCORMICK Sociology SUSAN McEWING Sociology MARTHA McGOWAN Social Science BARBARA McCLANAHAN Biology roger McClure Physical Education DONNA McCONIHAY Biology Charles McConnell Mathematics JANIS LEWIS Business Administration DIANNA LEY Biology ROBERT LOOKABILL History SUSAN LOWE Speech SHARON MARCUS History PETER MARESCO History IRA MARKOWITZ Business Administration ROY MARTIN Political Science CHLOTIELD MASSEY English WILLIAM MATTHEWS Business Administration PAMELA MAYNARD Physical Education mary McCarthy Sociology 235 LARRY McGRAW English ALAN MEACHAM Biology BRENDA MEASE Business Administration WILLIAM MEDLEY Political Science DARLENE MILAM Spanish MARY ANN MILANO Spanish CYNTHIA MILLER Humanities ERNEST MILLER Business Administration FRANCOISE MILLER Mathematics HUGH MILLER Speech MATTHEW MOORE Physical Education CARLA MORGAN English MARGARET MORGAN Physical Education PAMELA MOTTESHEARD Art THOMAS MUNCEY Business Administration CLENDA NELSON Sociology DALE NICHOLS Mathematics LINDA NUTT Sociology FRANK O’HARA Business Administration LEON PACK Business Administration SENIORS ANNE PAINTER Social Studies PATRICIA PALMER Speech and English MARY KAY PAYNE French JOAN PEIRCE Biology RAY PERRINE Biology CHARLES PETTRY Political Science DAVID PFOST Economics JACK PIERCE Music SENIORS i | : i i! ! MATTHEW PIERCE Business Administration CAROLE PLACER Physical Education STEPHEN PLAIN History LARRY POE Social Science EMILY POLING Economics WILLIAM PRASCHIL Business Administration STEVE QUINN Sociology TERRY RAAB Business Administration CHARLES RASNAK Biology LARRY RAWLINGS Physical Education DANNY REDDEN Humanities BOBBY REECE Business Administration LINDA REED Humanities JOSEPH ROBERTI Business Administration MAURICE ROBINSON History LEWIS ROSENBERG Biology TERRY ROTAS Business Administration RONALD ROTH Business Administration JAMES RUH Business Administration CHARLES RUPERT Political Science 238 THOMAS SABOL History KAMAL SAMAR Physical Education MICHAEL SARDINSKY History CHARLES SAVILLA Political Science MARY ANN SCHNEIDER Physical Education NANCY SCHNITZIUS Art and English CHARLES SEABOLT Physical Education MARY MONA SEED English BETSY SEEWALD English CAROL SHUSSETT Sociology JERRY SKELLY Business Administration LINDA SMITH Physical Education SARA SNIDER Speech TRUDY SOLL Social Science EILEEN SOMELOFSKI History DEBRA SPANER History WARREN STACKHOUSE Physical Education WILLIAM STEGMAYER Business Administration GARY STRICKLAND Mathematics CHRISTINE STRONG Sociology I 239 KENNETH SUMMERS Business Administration EMMA SWAIN History GLENDA TABOR Social Science WILLIAM THIELEMAN English MICHAEL TOLBERT Business Administration THOMAS TOMLJANOVIC Business Administration EDWARD TRIPP Business Administration NORA YEALEY Social Science BURT WALD Speech MARLYNE WALKER French and English JACK WALTERS Political Science DONALD WANDLING History 240 For President RICHARD M. NIXON SENIORS BARBARA WARSHEL Humanities BARRY WEINSTEIN History KATIE WIECHMAN Sociology RONNIE WILLIAMS Mathematics GEORGE WILSON History DON WITHROW Biology JAMES WOODRUM Biology WAYNE WOOLF Business Administration RICHARD WROLDSEN Business Administration JOE WYATT Psychology THOMAS WYNN Economics CAROL YASGUR Sociology WAYNETTE YOUNG History ANN ZAHARIS Business Administration MARTHA ZAHARIS Biology CAROLE ZERVOS English 242 That final moment arrives when you receive your diploma and know that your college days are ended. SENIOR DIRECTORY STEVE Z. AARONSON—5508 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.—Cox Hall Vice-President 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 1. 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 2, Vice-President 3; Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Worthy Hotel Sergeant-at-Arms 1. MILA ALBERTSON—2808 N. 25th St., Arlington. Va,—Harveyan Editor I, 2, 3; Psychology Club 1. ROBERT JAMES AMATO-4 Park Lane, Mount Vernon, N. Y.—Bene- dum Hall President 3; Comet 3, Sports Editor 4; Intramurals 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3. HENRY EDWARD ANDERSON—18 New Brunswick Ave., Lavallette, N. J. —Alpha Sigma Phi 1, Marshall 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice-President; Physical Education Club 3, 4; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA KAY ARBOGAST—5372 W. 10 Lane, Hialeah, Fla. GARY D. AUSTIN—748 So. Park Rd., Charleston, W. Va. SEBASTIAN PAUL AVOLESE—1692 Kroll Rd., E. Meadow, N. Y.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading Eagle 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Intramurals 1; Pre-Med and Pre- Dental Association 1. GREGORY LAWRENCE AYERS- 2631 Forrestal Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.—Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, President 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Col¬ leges and Universities; Young Dem¬ ocrats Club 2, Parliamentarian 3, 4. ROBERT CHARLES BADO—377 N. Elm St., Torrington, Conn.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Physical Education Club Vice-President 3; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND LEWIS BAIL III—202 W. Main St., Belle, W. Va.—Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, JUDITH ANN BARRETT—650 Camp¬ bells Creek Dr., Charleston, W. Va. —Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4; Comet Assistant Editor 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi Vice-President 3, President 4; S.N.E.A. 4. BARBARA FRANCES BEARD-107 Lewis St., Berkley, W. Va. PAUL EDWARD. BEDRIN—32 Chat¬ ham Terrace, Clifton, N. J.—Circle K 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club L 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK CHARLES BERNIN- GER—203 Glenwood Ave., Charles¬ ton, W. Va.—S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Theta Xi 4. STEVEN JOSEPH BEZ—80 Hutchin¬ son Blvd., Scarsdale, N. Y.—Golf 1; Intramurals 1; Newman Club 1. CARLTON MACK BOIARSKY—2424 E. Washington St., Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JAMES BOLLMEYER— 120-22 226th St., Cambria Hgts., N. Y. PAUL STEWART BOTMAN—1002% Central Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— Intramurals 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3, 4. RICHARD MICHAEL BRADBURY- 1516 Bridge Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Professional Business Club 2, 3, 4. ELLEN HENSON BRINKLEY — 1611-B Quarrier St., Charleston, W. Va.—S.N.E.A. 4; Young Republi¬ cans Club 4. DAVID WILLIS BROOKS—P.O. Box 127, Piney View, W. Va.—Intra¬ murals 3, 4. HOMER CHARLES BROWN—2012 Northwood Rd., Charleston, W. Va. —Alpha Psi Omega 3, Vice-President 4; Blackfriars 3, Vice-President 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Young Democrats Club 4. FRANK BURDETTE, JR.—1013V 2 Grant St., Charleston, W. Va.—Intra¬ murals 4; Physical Education Club 4, KENNETH L. BUXTON—90 Lupton Lane, Haledon, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 3, 4; Circle K 1, 2; Secretary Cox Hall 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2. DANIEL L. CAIN—8435 Washington St., St. Albans, W. Va.—Alpha Phi Omega 3, Treasurer 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. NANCY MARLENA CANDEE—1337 Woodcliff Dr., Monroeville, Pa.—Al¬ pha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Blackfriars 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 3; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4. GERALD C. CELENTE—1 Windor Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y.—Circle K 2, Treasurer 3; Independent Men’s As¬ sociation 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1; Professional Busi¬ ness Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Vice-President; Young Republicans Club 4. CARLA SUE CHILDERS—R Rt. Box 281, Chapmanville, W. Va.—Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. FRANK J. CIANCIO—117 Smith St., Port Chester, N. Y.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3; Professional Business Club 3; Young Republicans Club 3. RAYMOND DAVID CLAGG—Maben, W. Va. SUZANNE SEVERT CLAGG—Maben, W. Va.—Independent Women’s As¬ sociation 1; S.N.E.A. 4. WILSON FRANCIS CLARK—209 East Bridge, Oswego, N. Y.—Intra¬ murals 3, 4; Newman Club 3. LOIS JEAN CLENDENIN—1231 Frame St., Charleston, W. Va.— 5. N.E.A. 4; Young Republicans Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. CLINE—938 Hazelwood Ave., Charleston, W. Va. BARBARA SUE COBB—Rt. 4, Box 116, Clendenin, W. Va.—Language Club 2, Secretary 3, 4. WILLIAM I. COHEN—162 West 32nd St., Bayonne, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 2, Social Chairman 3, 4; Harve¬ yan 3; Intramurals 1, 2. VICTORIA LOPEZ COLLINS—5598 Noyes Ave., S. E., Charleston, W. Va. —Alpha Lambda Delta 2, 3, 4; Language Club 3, Treasurer 4; Kap¬ pa Delta Pi Secretary 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 1. ROBERT STEPHEN CORALESKI— 111 Maple St., Cramoor Manor, Toms River, N. J.—Circle K 2; Intramurals 1, T ANN QUINN COTTRELL—1057 Montrose Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va. ROBERT E. CURRY—lll-136th St., Chesapeake, W. Va.—Art Guild 1, 2 3. 244 ROY HAROLD CZIFRA—310 Dela¬ ware Ave., Charleston, W. Va.—Theta Xi 2, 3, 4. EDNA MAUREEN DALY—143 Ver¬ mont St., Rochester, N. Y.—Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4; Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. DECKER—104 Romaine Ave., Jersey City, N. J.—Blackfriars 3, 4; Comet 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 4; Professional Business Club 4. ROSEMARY DeMICHELE—57 Lake- view Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y.—Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Art Guild 1; Comet 3; Harveyan 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER KOKSON—448 Porter Rd„ Charleston, W. Va.—A.C.E.I. 4; Art Guild 3; Theta Xi Historian 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. DIANE SHERRIL DOTY—3907 Mac- Corkle Ave., S. E., Apt. 301, Charles¬ ton, W. Va.—Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. WILLIAM I. DREWRY, JR.—709 Hawthorne Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.— Circle K Treasurer 3; Independent Men’s Association 1; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3, 4; Yong Democrats Club Treas¬ urer 3, 4. VERA DROBIT—9514 Hilspach St., Philadelphia, Pa.—Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID EDWARD DRUCKER—160-04 88th St., Howard Beach, N. Y.—Al¬ pha Psi Omega Vice-President 2, 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 3. CAROL ANN DUMVILLE —4 0 Teneyck Ave., Valley Stream, N. Y. —Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Chaplain 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3 4. JON LEE DUNCAN— ' 126 Grosscup Ave. Dunbar, W. Va.—Debate Club 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. ALAN IRA DUNST—979 Lorraine Ave., Union, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Junior Class President; S.G.A. Vice-President 4. D. EILEEN DURKIN—1108 McQueen St., Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Blackfriars 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Secretary 4. ROBERT M. EANNARINO—450 Greenhurst Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.—In¬ dependent Men’s Association 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Professional Busi¬ ness Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JULIAN ALAN ELBLING—1437 Sev- ern St.—Circle K 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Professional Business Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Uni¬ versities and Colleges; Young Demo¬ crats Club 3, 4. MICHAEL JOHN ELVIN—926 East 28th St., Patterson, N. J.—Intramur¬ als l v 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2; Professional Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4. THERESA ERDELY —Box 625 Grundy, Va.—Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Comet 3; Dickinson Hall Vice-President 4; Panhellenic Council 2; S.N.E.A. 4. KATHLEEN A. FALGITANO—56 Orchard St., Auburn, N. Y.—Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 1, Secretary 2, Vice-Presi¬ dent 3, President 4; Psychology Club Secretary 2, 3; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. FREDERICK LEE FARBER—316 N. Thomas St., Arlington, Va.—Inter- Fraternity Council 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Psychology Club 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. CHERYL LYNN FAULKNIER—4823 Tenn. St., So. Charleston, W. Va.— Delta Zeta 2; Physical Education Club 4. LENORA JONES FAULNER—915 Breezemont Dr. Apt. 2, Charleston, W. Va. SHARON GWYNN FAULKNIER— 4823 Tenn, So. Charleston, W. Va. SUZANNE ANNETTE FAYMAN—502 Morris Dr, Cherry Hill, N. J.— Moshavim 2, Secretary 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 2 . BRENDA GAYLE FINK—606 Church¬ ill Dr, Charleston, W. Va. DENIS EDWARD FINNEGAN—122 W. Elmwood Dr, So. Plainfield, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Junior Class President; New¬ man Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Class S.G.A. Rep¬ resentative; S.G.A. President 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. ROGER C. FRAME—1100 Ledge Hill Dr, Charleston, W. Va.—Young Re¬ publicans Club Vice-President 4. THOMAS LEE FRANCIS—Airport Mobile Homes Park 4, Charleston, W. Va.—Professional Business Club 3, 4. KAREN LEE FROMM—5324 Beeler St, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Blackfriars 3; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ELSIE KATHERINE GALLAVAN— 879 Lawrence Rd, Trenton, N.J.— Intramurals 4; W.A.A. 1; Young Republicans Club 4. SUSAN GALE GERKEN—226 Buttery Rd, New Canaan, Conn.—A.C.E.I. 4; Intramurals 2, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1; S.N.E.A. 4. HARRY ERNEST GIROUD—1514 Rockwell Rd, Abington, Pa.— Blackfriars 2, 4; Comet 2; Intramur¬ als 1, 4. BARBARA LEE GOFF—6332 Cald¬ well Dr, New Orleans, La.—Black¬ friars 3; Delta Zeta 1, 2, Vice-Presi¬ dent 3, 4; Intramurals 1; M.E.N.C. Secretary 2; Panhellenic Council Vice-President 1. IAN M. GOLDSTEIN—4705 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. and Varsity Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KLEMM GORDON—303 7th St, Glen Dale, W. Va.—S.N.E.A. 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. DOROTHY NOEL GREGORY—2351 Patwynn Rd, Wilmington, Del.— Alpha Epsilon Phi 2, Secretary 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Panhellenic Council 2; S.G.A. Secretary 4. STEVEN DOUGLAS GREGSON—50 Federal St, West Hartford, Conn.— Cheerleading 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 4; Young Democrats Club 4. CARL S. GRIDELLI—1 Shorewood Dr.. Ba ' v]Oe N. Y.—Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4; S.N.ii.A. 2. 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, Historian 4. ALICE S. GRIFFIN—Box 662, Sutton, W. Va. WILLIAM KENDALL GRIZZELL— 3813 Washington St, Charleston, W. Va.—Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY KATHLEEN GUM—114 Cen¬ tral Ave, So. Charleston, W. Va.— M.E.N.C. 1, 2; Philharmonic Choir 1 , 2 . BARBARA MIRIAM HADDAD—4200 Japonica Lane, Charleston, W. Va.— Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1. BETH HALL—1318 Woodrow Ave, Biuefield, W. Va.—W.A.A. 2, 3. 245 JUDY ALLEN HALL-409 38th St. S. E., Apt. 3, Charleston, W. Va.— S.N.E.A. 4. BARBARA ANN HAMMACK—2606A Conner Dr., Charleston, W. Va .— Alpha 0micron Pi 1, 2, President 3, LESLIE WILFORD HAMRICK—1103 So. Homewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va. SANDRA ANNE HANSON—Bomont, W. Va.—M.E.N.C. 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. PATSY SUSAN HARRAH—427 Mon¬ trose Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va. DAVID PAUL HAUER-211 Lakeview Dr.. Hurricane. W. Va. CYNTHIA CRAVES HENSEL-1400 Shipley Rd., Wilmington, Del.—Al¬ pha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi Treasurer 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. MARGARET GLADYS HERNDON- 216 Goshorn St., Charleston, W. Va. JUNE FRANCES HERRON—13537 Nancy Ave., Chesapeake, W. Va.— Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, President 3. 4; Comet 1, Editor 2, 3; S.N.E.A ' . 1. 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Uni¬ versities and Colleges. SHERRY YVONNE HICKMAN-560 Coal Fork Dr., Charleston, W. Va. SYBIL KAY HICKMAN—560 Coal Fork Dr., Charleston, W. Va. JOHN THOMAS HICKS—715 Wash¬ ington St., St. Albans, W. Va.—Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Circle K 1, 2 ; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN CHARLES HINKLE—651 E. Rector St., Philadelphia, Pa. EDDIE R. HOEL—1204 Summit Dr., Charleston, W. Va. WENDELL C. HOOVER—7339 York- towne Dr., Baltimore, Md.—Black- friars 2, 4; Chess Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4; Circle K 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4. DWIGHT ALAN HOWARD—925 Duncan Ave., Chambersburg, Pa.— Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club 2, 3; Young Republicans Club DOUGLAS MICHAEL HUGHES—514 Gold St., Toms River, N. J.—Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Blackfriars 1, 2, 3; Circle K 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ERNEST J. ISAAC—144-21 Jewel Ave., Flushing, N. Y.—Intramurals 3, 4; Moshavim 2, 3; Physical Educa¬ tion Club 2, 3; Young Democrats Club 3. GILDA LOUISE IZZI—82 Parkside Dr., Roslyn, N. Y.—Physical Educa¬ tion Club 3, President 4. SUSAN KAREN JACOBS—6 College Ave., Port Chester, N. Y.—Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Dickinson Hall Ser- geant-at-Arms 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 1. ANTHONY THOMAS JELICH—1554 Farnsworth Dr., Charleston, W. Va. WILLIAM JOSEPH JENACK—410y 2 Nancy St., Charleston, W. Va.—Inter- Fraternity Council 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ANN JESTER—192 E. Linden Ave., Englewood, N. Y.—Alpha Omi¬ cron Pi 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. HERMAN DAVID JONES—13503 MacCorkle Ave., Chesapeake, W. Va. —Chi Rho Fellowship 1, 2; Metho¬ dist Student Movement 2, 3. MICHAEL HAYWARD JONES—Rt. 1, Box 231, Charleston, W. Va. PATRICIA DIANE JONES—Box 28, Pinch, W. Va.—Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 2, Vice-President 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JIM M. JOSEPH—Box 434, Whites- ville, W. Va. BONNIE SUE KEATON—Box 265, Pineville W. Va.—Philharmonic Choir 1; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. ANDREW GABRIEL KIEVAL—2 Kings Dr., Old Westbury, N. Y.— Circle K 2; Comet 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3, 4; Young DemocrJlfs Club 2, 3. DONNA JEAN KISER—205 George Dr., Charleston, D. Va—Alpha Lamb¬ da Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Language Club 2, 3. BRIAN CLIFFORD KOENIG—205 Liberty Ave., Hillsdale, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. CAROLYN PHILLIP KOPF—67 Stel- fox St., Demarest, N. J.—Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Harveyan 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2. WILLIAM JOHN KOSIC—1110 Jaques Ave., Rahway, N. J.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; College Band 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4; S.G.A. Sergeant- at-Arms 4. BRUCE ALEX KOZMA—1316 Black Rock Tpke., Fairfield, Conn.—Intra¬ murals 1, 2. EUGENIA E. KRAUS—9026 Bronson Dr., Potomac, Md.—Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4; Intramurals 2, 3. BERMA ANN LACARIA—721 May¬ flower Dr., Charleston, W. Va. SHARON VICKERS L A IN G— 1 4 Roller Rd., Charleston, W. Va. GARY STEVEN LEMER—130 Boyden Ave., Maplewood, N. J.—Blackfriars 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4. CORLISS CARTER LENTZ—3504 B Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va.— College Band 1. CATHERINE GILDA LEROSE—827A S. Washington St., St. Albans, W- Va.—Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. HOWARD LEWIS LEVINE—30 N. Derby Rd., Springfield, N. J.— Blackfriars 3; Cox Hall Secretary- Treasurer 2; Debate Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3; Pi Kappa Delta 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, Chaplain 3, President 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. SHARON DENISE LEVINE—921 Lawrence Ave., N. Woodmere, N. Y. —A.C.E.I. 3, 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 2, 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3; Philhar¬ monic Choir 1. JAMES JAY LEWIS—F St. E., Eleanor, W. Va. JANIS MAE LEWIS—1586 E. Lee St., Charleston, W. Va.—Delta Zeta 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4; S.N.E.A. 4. DIANNA LEY—1039 Garden St., Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Xi Delta L 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEE LOOKABILL—968y 2 Greendale Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 246 SUSAN ANN LOWE—31510 Carlton Dr., Bay Village, Ohio—Blackfriars 1 , 2 . SHARON ROSE MARCUS—600 Eu¬ clid Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.—Black- .friars 2, 3; Language Club 1, 2; Moshavim 1, 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Young Democrats Club 1, 2. PETER ANTHONY MARESCO—1 Lorraine St., Bridgeport, Conn.— Circle K 3; Philharmonic Choir 1. 2, 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. IRA P. MARKOWITZ—1102 Living¬ ston Ave., Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer. RAY C. MARTIN—4102 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va. CHLOTIELD FAYE MASSEY—Chel- yan, W. Va. PAMELA BELL MAYNARD—841 Carroll Rd., Charleston, W. Va.— Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA ELIZABETH McCLAN- AHAN—1 Woodward Ct., Charleston, W. Va.—Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, Historian 4; Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 3. ROGER PHILLIP McCLURE—2626 Knox Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.—In¬ tramurals 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. DONNA MARIE McCONIHAY—9700 Washington Ave., Marmet, W. Va. CHARLES EDWARD McCONNELL III—4865 Louden Hgts. Rd., Charles¬ ton, W. Va.—Canterbury Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1. THERESA L. McCORMICK—207 52nd St. S. E., Charleston, W. Va. SUSAN JANE McEWING—2415 Brookshire Dr., Wilmington, Del.— Harveyan 2. MARTHA M. McGOWAN—110 Mont¬ gomery St., Westfield, Mass.—Col¬ lege Band 1, 2; Delta Zeta 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Tau Beta Sigma 1 , 2 . ALAN F. MEACHAM—16 Highfield Lane, Cedar Grove, N. J.—College Band 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4. BRENDA HOY MEASE-401 Cora St., Charleston, W. Va.—Young Demo¬ crats Club 3, 4. BILLIE DARLENE MILAM—224 1 . Bradford St., Charleston, W. Va.— Language Club 3, President 4. MARY ANN MILANO—Box 368. Sophia, W. Va. CYNTHIA MAE MILLER—220 Bird Court, So. Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 2. FRANCOISE M. MILLER—605A Highland Ave., So. Charleston, W. Va.—Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. HUGH BENNET MILLER—Cress- brook, 445 S. York Rd., Halboro, Pa.—Blackfriars 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 1, 2; S.G.A. Freshman Represe nta¬ tive. MATTHEW H. MOORE—117 Centra] Ave., White Plains, N. Y.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1 , 2 . MARGARET CLAIRE MORGAN— Box 251A, Rt. 2, Schwenksville, Pa.—Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, Marshall 4; Dickinson Hall Presi¬ dent 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. PAMELA JOYCE MOTTESHEARD —718 Park St., So. Charleston, W. Va.—Art Guild 1, Vice-President 2 . THOMAS EDWARD MUNCEY—3613 Crane Ave., Huntington, W. Va.— S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GLENDA GAY NELSON—Box 154, Beaver, W. Va. DALE A. NICHOLS—1302 Lighten Ave., Dunbar, W. Va.—S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA SUE NUTT—Box 413 Oak- wood Estates, Scott Depot, W. Va. —Chess Club 4; Delta Zeta 3, 4. FRANK A. O’HARA—6926 Bishop St., Pittsburgh, Pa. JACK LEON PACK—801 Devon Place, Alexandria, Va.—Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Comet Business Manager 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4; S.G.A. Treasurer 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Uni¬ versities and Colleges. ANNE RENAULT PAINTER-4541 Lower Mountain Rd., Lockport, N. Y. —Blackfriars 1; Delta Zeta 1, 2, President 3, 4; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. PATRICIA ANNE PALMER—919 Mathew Rd., Ronceverte, W. Va. MARY KAY PAYNE—13010 Venable Ave., Chesapeake, W. Va. JOAN GERTRUDE PEIRCE—117 Radcliffe St., Bristol, Pa.—Alpha Omicron Pi 3, 4. TERRY RAY PERRINE—315 Mc¬ Kinley Ave., Charleston, W. Va.—Chi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; College Band 1, 4; Pre-Med and Pre- Dental Association 1, 2. CHARLES EUGENE PETTRY. JR. —2804 Noyes Ave.. Charleston, W. Va.—Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. DAVID HENRY PFOST—306 Grove Ave., Charleston, W. Va.—Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLE MARIE PLACEK—179 Summerfield St., Scarsdale, N. Y.— Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3. 4; Comet 2. 3; Harveyan 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN RONALD PLAIN—112 Southview Terrace, Rochester, N. Y. —Canterbury Club 1, 2; Psychology Club 2, 3. LARRY THOMAS POE—Box 106, Sophia, W. Va. EMILY POLING—P.O. Box 8492, So. Charleston, W. Va.—Methodist Stu¬ dent Movement 1, 2. WILLIAM RICHARD PRASCHIL—75 Rowhead Ave., Hackensack, N. J.— Intramurals 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4. STEPHEN ROBERT QUINN—166 Al¬ pine Rd., Rochester, N. Y.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, President 4; Intraraurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY W. RAAB—901 Sunnehanna Dr., Johnstown, Pa.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 3, 4. CHARLES RICHARD RASNAK—228 High St., Boundbrook, N. J—Chi 247 Beta Phi 3, 4; Circle K 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 2; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. LARRY FRANKLIN RAWLINGS- 106 Goff Mountain Rd., Nitro. W. Va.—Intramurals 3, 4. BOBBY EDWARD REECE-306 S. Pike St, Beckley, W. Va. LINDA COPLEY REED-111 Green- meadow Rd, Charleston, W. Va.— Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. MAURICE M. ROBINSON—1004 La- Clair Ave, Pittsburgh, Pa. TERRY GEORGE ROTAS—1435 Bedfore St, Stamford, Conn.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD PAUL ROTH-1631 Ridge- way Dr, Hewlett, N. Y.—Alpha Sig¬ ma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2, 3. JAMES HENRT RUH—670 6th Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3. 4. KAMAL SAMAR—2613 Virginia Ave, Charleston, W. Va.—Intramurals 3, 4. MICHAEL GARY SARDINSKY—7 Columbus Ave, Port Chester, N. Y. —Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES ALLEN . SEABOLT—314 7th St., Apt. B, Belle, W. Va.—Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; S.N.E.9. 3, 4. MART MONA SEED—5508 Ampere Dr, Charleston, W. Va.—Alpha Xi Delta 3, 4; Comet 2; Literary Club BETSY A. SEEWALD—3170 Shady Ave, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Alpha Omi- ' cron Pi 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2. CAROL RAYE SHUSSETT—4321 Glen Lytte Rd, Pittsburgh, Pa.— Alpha Epsilon Phi 2, 3, 4; Intramur¬ als 2, 3, 4. JERRY C. SKELLY—4414 42nd St. N. W, Washington, D. C.—Circle K 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 2. 3, Vice-President 4. LINDA ELLEN SMITH—3101 Lincoln Pkwy, Allentown, Pa.—Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3. 4; Dickinson Hall Ser- geant-at-Arms 1, 2; Physical Educa¬ tion Club 1, 2, 3. 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GERTRUDE DIANE SOLL—1971 Morrison Ave, Union, N. J.—Alpha Epsilon Phi 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Moshavim 3. EILEEN MARY SOMELOFSKI—10 Glen Cove Dr, Glenhead, N. Y.— Alpha Omicron Pi 1, 2, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; Dickinson Hall Vice-President 3; Panhellenic Council 1, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DEBRA REMS SPANER-27 Clare¬ mont Ave, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.— A.C.E.I. 3, 4; Moshavim 1, 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 4. WARREN L. STACKHOUSE—4647 Emery St, Philadelphia, Pa.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class President; Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class President; Sophomore Class President; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. GARY WAYNE STRICKLAND—Rt. 3, Box 214, Clendenin, W. Va. CHRISTINE MARGARET STRONG —217 Byrd Ave, Scotch Plains, N. J. —Intramurals 2, 3; Psychologv Club 2, 3. KENNETH RALPH SUMMERS—117 Arlington St, Charleston, W. Va. EMMA LOUISE SWAIN—2523 Sisson Ave, St. Albans, W. Va.—Kappa Delta Pi 1. 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4. GLENDA LOU TABOR—1812 Harper Rd, Beckley, W. Va.—Intramurals 4; S.N.E.A. 4. H. WILLIAM THIELEMAN—561 Westminster Rd, Baldwin, N. Y.— Alpha Psi Omega 4; Blackfriars 3; Comet 3; Language Club 3; S.N.E.A. 3,4. THOMAS WILLIAM TOMLJANOVIC —404 Corrine St, Johnstown, Pa.— Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1 . EDWARD JOHN TRIPP—1008 Shel¬ burne Dr, Franklin Sq, N. Y.—Al¬ pha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. NORA E. VEALEY—911 98th St, Marmet, W. Va.—S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. BURT FREDERCIK WALD-5410 Beacon St, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Blackfriars 1, 2, 3, 4; Comet 1, 2; Debate Club 3, President 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3. MARILYN C. WALKER—1705 Whit¬ ney St, Charleston, W. Va.—Lan¬ guage Club 3. JACK HETTZEL WALTERS—Box 26, Wardensville, W. Va.—Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD CALVIN WANDLING—708 Abney St, St. Albans, W. Va.—Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN WARSHEL—R.D. 3, Box 348, Johnstown, Pa.—- A.C.E.I. 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Phi 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3,4. BARRY STANLEY WEINSTEIN- 1718 Ryder St, Brooklyn, N. Y.—In¬ tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE WILLIAM WILSON—Chel- yan, W. Va. DONALD ALAN WITHROW—2305 McKinley Ave, St. Albans, W.Va.— Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, President 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. WAYNE DONALD WOOLF—235 First St, Morris Park. Phillipsburg, N. J. —Alpha Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 3, 4. RICHARD MARTIN WROLDSEN —Bay Point, Sag Harbor, N. Y. WILLIAM JOSEPH WYATT—835 Wildwood Circle, St. Albans, W. Va. —Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Psychology Club 2, 3. THOMAS W. WYNN-1557 Hampton Rd, Rydal, Pa.—Circle K 3; Intra¬ murals 2, 3, 4; Professional Business Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Soccer 3, 4. WAYNETTE CHRISTIAN YOUNG- 660 Piccadilly, Charleston, W. Va.— Harveyan 3; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4. ANN GETTMAN ZAHARIS—1208 Dudley Rd, Charleston, W. Va. MARTHA JOHNSON ZAHARIS— 1108 Montrose Dr, So. Charleston, W. Va. CAROLE ZERVOS—24 Patton Dr, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. Sergeant- at-Arms 2, Treasurer 3. 248 Faculty and Administration Absher, Roberta 84 Albright, William 76 Aurelio, Ellen 83 Badger, Frank 77 Badger, Joan 77 Barkey, Fred 87 Baylous, Robert 86, 254 Blackwell, Ashby 90, 140 Blackwood, Jo 176 Blackwood, Neale 90 Bowles, Sandra 83 Brooks, Dorothy 83 Brown, Harriet 82 Bryant, Louise 83 Buckalew, Marshall 76, 184, 243, 254, 255 Bumgardner, Douglas 77 Caldwell, Betty 76 Call, Douglas 76 Clark, Frank 89 Coffindaffer, Fred 79 Cole, Judith 89 Cooksey, Stella 14, 77, 95, 109 Crawford, Ora 83 Daugherty, Charles 88 DeBoard, Judith 77 Doss, Wilmer 82 Ewing, Harold 181 Fink, Josephine 78 Flynn, Donald 78 Freedman, Roselyn 85, 192, 193 Gerrard, Nathan 88 Gibson, James 84 Gilchrist, Carl 5, 78 Gray, Edgar 87 A Aaronson, Steve 75, 123, 226, 231 Abel, Kichard 120, 121, 212 Abell, Kenneth 127, 128, 218 Adams, Kathy 101, 153 Adams Hank 156 Adams, Sparky 156 Adams, Tim 206 Addario, Frank 34 Adkins, Beverly 206 Adkins, Virginia 206 Albertson, Mila 8, 11, 27, 41, 115, 175, 187, 188, 226, 256 Alexa nder, Peggy 9, 27, 98, 99, 114, 195, 218 Alfano, Carol 63, 65, 109, 212 Altholz, Laura 44, 97, 195 Amato, Robert 157, 181, 186, 226, 243 Ambers, Mark 58 Anderson, Henry 49, 54, 55, 112, 156, 166, 226 Andresen, Gordon 226 Applegate, Jill 153 Arbogast, Donna 227 Arthur, James 116 Atkins, Dale 181, 191, 218 Atkisson, Karen 206 Austin, Gary 226 Austin, Mitch 48, 58, 72 Avolese, Buster 44 Avolese, Sebastian 110, 112, 115, 141, 144, 226 Ayers, Greg ' 70, 75, 116, 118, 119, 227 Gray, Virginia 85, 183, 185 Hale, Wanda 90 Hale, Wanda 90 Harper, Eugene 87 Harris, Evenly 88 Hartman, Red 136, 138 Henkel, Naomi 79 Henson, Dorothy 83 Herdic, Clark 86, 132, 133, 135, 147, 156 Holloway, Fred 84 Hotopp, John 87 Houck, Winton 78 Howard, Leland 83 Hundley, Gladys 78 Jones, Helen 79 Keane, Lucina 84, 194 Kinder, Tom 13, 86, 147, 151 King, Terry 79 Koontz, Luther 81 Koontz, Jearl 82 Krebs, Frank 79, 114, 203 Lambros, John 85 Landolt, Robert 82 Lazenby, George 90 Leavitt, Morris 79 LePage, Frank 80 Logan,J. B. 82 Lowder, Mary Catherine 84 Lowe, Thomas 87 Masson, Robert 82 McCutchan, Kenneth 88 McLaughlin, C. L. 82 McLaughlin, Constance 84 McMillen, Lee 85 Meadors, Carl 89, 120 Student Body B Bado, John 43, 112 Bado, Robert 43, 103, 112, 156, 215, 227 Baecker, Greg 116, 147 Bail, Raymond 227 Bailes, Betty 218 Bailey, Elaine 101, 102, 218 Bailey, Jacqueline 120, 217 Bailey, Howard 120, 121 Bailey, Sharon 181 Baker, Stacey 123, 201, 206 Balgley, Joe 191, 181 Banton, Tom 196, 254 Barnard, Susan 108, 212 Barrett, Judy 71, 227 Barron, Linda 62, 100, 102, 103 Bartram, Roger 136, 137, 138, 139, 227 Basso, Jack 37, 112, 115 Baumann, James 227 Beard, Barbara 227 Beck, Michael 58 Bedrin, Paul 227 Belinsky, Bonnie 64, 108, 212 Belknap, Larry 110, 112, 115, 151, 212 Ben Asher, Howard 21, 192, 193, 227 Bennett, Bob 132, 133, 134, 135, 149 Bergeron, Josephine 206 Bergman, Carl 24, 60, 112 Berninger, Fred 227 Bez, Steven 227 Bias, Deborah 206 Bisesi, Ralph 22 Meadors, Merewyn 89 Meckfessel, Richard 22, 80, 136, 137, 139, 158 Miller, C. T. 85 Morris, Hamilton 88 Newman, Robert 85 Nunley, Robert 89 Olden, Peter 84, 182 Pathak, Chandra 82 Piltz, Robert 82 Plumley, William 84 Plymale, Rexford 83 Ranson, Frederick 87 Roberts, Belford 81 Robinette, Bill 80, 86, 136, 139, 141, 142, 160, 161 Roller, P. E. 90 Roth, Clarence 86 Rowley, James 80 Rowley, Nyana 83 Rucker, James 79 Sangid, Rosie 86 Sexton, Henry 84, 182 Smith, Glenn 89 Spencer, Jesse 90 Tamplin, C. D. 80 Terry, Albert 84 Thompson, Rowena 83 Thornton, Mary 86, 98, 195 Tsuchiya, Ronald 86 Wass, Jean 83 William, Virginia 84 Wright, Sara Sue 77 Yeager, Barbara 84 Young, Edith 83 Young, Harry 5, 42, 81, 203, 254 Blacker, Lynn 206 Blackton, Penny 218 Blackwell, Murtle 206 Bland, Dan 116 Blasucci, Linda 62, 108, 212 Bount, Conna 217 Boiarsky, Carlton 190, 227 Bollmeyer, William 227 Bongard, Candy 30, 97, 172, 203, 206 Bossie, Suzanne 96, 218 Botana, Mary 218 Botman, Paul 227 Bowe, Margaret 108, 218 Bowyer, Mary 227 Bradbury, Richard 227 Brandwine, Lewis 194 Brannick, Linda 9, 27, 108, 218 Brehm, Bonnie 212 Bressler, Sandi 206, 209 Brewer, Murrel 105 Brinkley, Ellen 227 Brooks, David 148, 227 Browder, Jim 218 Brown, Craig 181 Brown, Debbie 212 Brown, Charles 4, 14, 73, 183, 184, 227 Brown, Larry 112 Brown, Ken 59, 112, 115, 146 Browner, Cliford 112 Bruno, Robert 123 Buckalew, Jim 141, 142, 143, 212 Buckley, Butch 148 Bumbalo, Lawrence 112, 114 Burdette, Frank 227 Burke, Sharon 183, 185, 218 Burke, Vincent 57 Burket, Kathleen 62, 100, 103. 183, 184, 185, 218 Buxton, Kenneth 228 Byard, Fred 160 c Cadle, Judy 206 Cain, Danny 181, 191, 228 Caine, Mary Ann 30, 172 Campbell, Betty 212 Campbell, Judith 228 Campbell, Peggy 212 Canal, Brenda 108, 206 Candee, Nancy 183, 228, 237 Candill, Sybella 181 Cantley, Carolyn 206 Cantwell, Kathleen 97, 99, 185, 218 Cappuccio, Paul 116 Caracciolo, William 123 Cardwell, Beverly 73, 105, 181 Cardwell, Karen 73, 181 Casdorph, Barbara 108, 181, 212 Casdorph, Patricia 218 Cavender, Steve 116 Clente, Gerald 198, 228 Chamberlin, Ken 116 Champion, William 123 Chandler, Yvonne 218 Changes, Mary Jane 200 Charnes, Sandra 218 Chen, Mel 22, 58 Childers, Carla 97, 98, 99, 140, 228 Childers, Gary 14, 123, 136, 139, 146, 218 Childress, Willie 123 Chirico, Cathleen 8, 26, 27, 218 Ciancio, Frank 112, 115, 160, 228 Cicarello, Stephanie 206 Ciccone, Pete 25, 112, 156, 199, 215 Cirelli, Phyllis 62, 65, 94, 95, 108, 109, 197, 213 Clagg, David 228 Clagg, Suzanne 228 Clark, Patricia 97, 99, 152, 218 Clark, Saundra 212 Clark, Wilson 64, 228 Clay, Denise 128, 228 Clendenin, Lois 228 Cleveland, Jodie 41 Cleveland, Sally 96, 219 Cline, Bill 228 Cline, Judy 219 Cobb, Barbara 182, 228 Cobb, Sue 185 Cogan, Margaret 212 Cohen, Leon 43, 44, 112, 114, 228 Cohen, Marcia 108, 228 Cohen, Pete 35 Cohen, Ronni 21, 30, 108, 109, 172, 212 Cohen, William 112, 229 Cole, Conrad 123, 206 Cole, William 116 Collins, Victoria 229 Comer, Sharon 105 Conley, Spike 14, 136, 137, 139, 150, 168, 219 Conticchio, Mary 6, 11, 14, 28, 29, 30, 31, 125, 173, 212 Conway, Cathie 101, 207 Cook, Bill 229 Cook, Paula 219 Cooper, Betsy 63 Coraleski, Robert 229 Corhan, Brian 120, 121, 207 Cotton, Cathy 212 Cottrell, Ann 229 Cox, John 197 Crain, Howard 57, 120, 198, 201, 203, 219 Crews, Steve 116 Cser, Linda 105 Cumming, Jean 30, 101 Curich, Frank 120, 121, 219 Currey, Robert 229 Curry, John 229 Czifra, Doris 96, 99, 152, 219 Czirfra, Roy 229 D Dailey, George 212 Dakin, Kathi 207 Dallek, Robert 22 Daly, Maureen 229 Dandy, Karen 207 Danison, Nanci Dartley, Elaine 100, 102 Davenport, Karen 212, 145 Davis, Golria 62 Davis, Linda 213 Dawson, Chuck 123, 136, 139, 146 Dean, Sandra 219 DeBacco, Leonora 96, 99, 195, 196, 219 DeBenedette, Mike 111, 126, 128, 129, 132, 181 Decker, Richard 57,149,229 Dellaguzzo, Laura 41, 48, 63, 96, 99, 140, 167, 219 DeMichele, Lou 5, 144, 145 DeMichele, Rosemary 9, 27, 229, 241 Denison, Keith 219 Dennis, Tom 123, 160 Derrigo, Mike 43, 112, 113, 115, 212 Dershowitz, Barbara 108, 145 Devlin, Larry 207 DeVore, William 114, 123, 149, 229 DeGirolamo, Judy 207 Dills, Lennie 207 Diou, Richard 207 Dodson, Linda 219 Dodson, Walter 126, 229 Dolin, Lydia 183 Doll, Dennis 151 Dorsey, John 229 Dose, Kenneth 44, 89, 123, 181, 213 Doss, Mary Frances 153 Doty, Diane 229 Dougherty, John 24, 218, 219 Drewry, William 50, 51, 229 Drobit, Vera 182, 229 Droyan, Andrea 65, 108, 207 Drucker, David 229 Duckwyler, Beverly 153, 197 Duernberger, John 10, 116, 132, 195, 207 Dugent, Paul 116 Duguid, Robert 147, 219 Dumville, Carol 46, 100, 119, 229 Duncan, Jon 72, 229 Dunn, Linda 207 Dunst, Alan 6, 21, 25, 43, 46, 61, 112, 128, 201. 202, 203, 230, 254 Durkin, Eileen 230 Dwyer, Daniel 111, 123, 219 E Eannario, Robert 198, 199, 230, 231 Eastwood, Lee 207 Eaton, John 57,111,112,136,138, 139, 160, 168, 169 Eckert, Evelyn 219 Eddy, Curt 219 Edelman, Barbara 44, 87, 97, 207 Edelman, Mildred 152 Eliding, Julian 75, 192, 193, 230 Ellis, Junior 141, 156, 219 Elvin, Michael 230 Ely, Ed 158, 219 Engesser, Tony 80, 112, 115, 139, 156, 219 Engle, Linda 101, 200 Epps, Yvonne 207 Epstein, Ellen 95, 100, 102, 219 Epstein, Mark 120, 121 Erdely, Theresa 8, 12, 230 Escovitz, Arlene 213 F Falgitano, Kathleen 6, 30, 75, 94, 97, 172, 230 Fagan, Warren 156 Farber, Frederick 230 Farus, Marie 64, 108, 220 Faulkner, Lenora 230 Faulknier, Cheryl 230 Faulknier, Sharon 230 Fayman, Suzanne 192, 193, 230 Feit, Wayne 123, 146 Feldman, Rick 192 Feminella, Terry 183, 184, 195, 207 Ferrell, David 181, 207 Ferrell, Glen 199, 213 Ferrell, Jeff 116, 220 Finnegan, Denis 25, 201, 202, 203, 230 Fiola, James 123 Fisher, Cindy Jane 207 Fisher, Joanne 213 Flateman, Barbara 207, 209 Flinn, Linda 207 Flint, Carole 218, 220 Flint, Linda 207 Flowers, John 156 Fogle, Judy 181, 207 Folkoff, James 198 Forbes, Ann 85 Fort, Marie 100, 206, 207, 210 Foss, Charlie 116, 141, 143 Fotos, Andy 59, 141 Fout, James 136, 139, 143, 195, 213 Fox, Sue 213 Frame, Roger 230 Francis, Cheri 200, 217 Francis, Mark 2 30 Francis, Stuart 230 Francis, Thomas 230 Franford, Mike 126, 128, 129 Freeland, Gary 110, 116 Friedman, Howard 112, 1% Fromm, Karen 169, 230 Fuller, Ken 132 Fusco, Angela 213 G Gagliardi, John 220 Gaiman, Kenneth 112, 115, 180, 220 Galasso, Brandaria 207 Gall, Louis 230 Gallanter, Terri 220 Gallavan, Kathy 62, 230 Gallow, Dennis 123, 213 Gannon, Ellen 97, 99, 213 Gannon, Frank 58, 213 Gardner, Rollin 213 Garlinger, Barbara 207 Garren, Dennis 213 Garvey, Pat 27, 110, 116, 118, 119 Gass, Barbara 220 Gates, Ruth 213 Geraj, Ruie Lue 213 Gerber, Rich 44 Gerken, Susan 231 Giaimo, William 120, 213 Gibeaut, Dana 156, 157 Gibson, Darla 207 Gilkeson, Sam 57 Gioia, Louis 43, 118, 220 Giroud, Harry 231 Givens, Joseph 181, 220 Goff, Barbara 95, 104, 231 Goldman, Michael 42, 111, 120, 121, 220 250 Goldsmith, Bob 158 Goldstein, Ian 123, 231 Golombek, Robert 201 Goodno, Girard 120, 121, 132, 194, 213 Goodwin, Peter 60, 112, 220 Goran, Alan 220 Gordon, Craig 195, 197, 220 Gordon, Virginia 96, 99, 213 Gordon, William 231 Gott, Larry 190 Gottlieb, Robert 220 Graham, Kay 101, 213 Grajavskas, Harvey 24, 40, 112, 115, 140 Green, Andrea 96, 154, 220 Green, Ray 123, 125 Greene, Margaret 8, 13, 62, 195, 196, 197, 220 Greene, Sherrie 194 Greenspan, Jeff 114, 149 Gregory, Dorothy 65, 94, 95, 201, 203 231 Gregson, Steve 144, 145, 151, 198, 231 Grein, Edward 57, 147, 220 Grey, Rita 207 Gridelli, Carl 231 Griffin, Alice 231 Grizzell, William 42, 116, 119, 231, 243 Groom, Kathleen 200 Grose, Barbara 207 Gross, Marty 95, 108 Gross, Roy 24, 46, 56, 112 Grossett, Lance 116 Guarneri, Linda 95, 153 Gudelsky, Rita 183, 185, 220 Gum, Mary Kathleen 232 H Haas, Karen 94, 95, 181, 220 Hachem, Emory 181, 207 Haddad, Barbara 232 Hager, Renee 207 Haik, Ken 149, 156, 157 Hall, Beth 232 Hall, C. Latelle 183, 207 Hall, Judy 232 Halstead, Richard 75 Hamlin, Bonita 101, 119 Hammack, Barbara 101, 232 Hamrick, Leslie 232 Hannah, Lois 74, 226, 232 Hansford, Reginia 207 Hanson, Sandra 181, 232 Hardman, Edward 213 Hark, Donald 220 Harrah, Patsy 232 Harris, Donna 207 Hartshorn, Tom 181 Hauer, David 232 Haug, Russ 28, 122 Hausbach, Samuel 207 Haydu, Drew 123 Hayes, Jim 75, 136, 137, 139 Haywood, Scott 4, 177, 183, 184, 232 Helminski, Richard 123 Henion, Karen 213 Henry, Terry 61 Hensel, Cynthia 232 Henshall, Greg 44. 57, 111, 127, 129 Herman, Sherry 207 Herndon, Margaret 232 Herrick, John 221 Herron. June 74, 232, 243 Hess, Brenda 208 Hickman, Sherry 232 Hickman, Sybil 232 Hickok. Joey 44, 127, 128. 129, 150 Hicks, John Thomas 51, 156, 232 Hill. Janet 105 Hinkle, John 233 Hird. Barbara 9, 14, 30, 31, 172, 185 Hirsch, Roberta 208 Hoel, Eddie 233 Hof, Gerald 59 Hoffeld, Mark 233 Hoffman, Rosalie 208 Hogan, James 233 Hoglund, John 116 Hogshead, Mary 214 Hollander, Karen 5, 108, 221 Holley, David 214 Holmes, Patricia 221 Holtsclaw, Myra 214 Hooper, Paul 120, 121 Hoover, Wendell 233 Hopkins, Sherrie 208 Hotchkiss, Ann 181 Houck, Charles 116, 119 Hourani, Loraine 208 Hovorka, Sue 100 Howard, Charles 27, 121, 128, 129 Howard, Dwight 233 Howard, John 132, 133, 135, 158 Howard, Linde 27, 99, 128, 214 Howley, Susan 214 Hughes, Barbara 95, 101, 214 Hughes, Douglas 120, 123, 125, 151, 192 193 233 Hust, Katherine 100, 152, 194, 221 I Iaia, Jackie 62, 63, 108 Iamonte, Bruno 233 Iannarelli, Mary 97, 214, 181 Ingram, Yvonne 221 Izzi, Gilda 5, 152, 195, 233, 241 J Jackson, Sandy 181, 208 Jacobs, Marilyn 5, 108, 109, 214 Jocobs, Susan 44, 96,. 99, 233 Jacobson, Roy 120 Jaconia, Don 155 Jaffe, David 208 Jahr, Barbara 5, 21, 108, 109, 221 Jelich, Anthony 233 Jemison, Lynn 208 Jenack, William 43, 116, 117, 132, 133, 134, 233 Jester, Susan 94, 97, 233 Jones, Diane 233 Jones, Herman 233 Jones, Michael 7, 69, 129, 181, 184. 233, 237 Jones, Robert 208 Jones, " Vincent 221 J oseph, J im 234 Juliano, Christine 109, 209 K Kadish, Merle 221 Kaiser, Theresa 214 Kane, Robert 234 Kaplan, Carol 42 Katofsky, Ilene 8, 209 Keaton, Bonnie 234 Keefer, Michael 120 Keeler, Rick 60 Keenan, Steve 181 Keffer, Ginger 214 Keller, Janet 181 Kelso, Carolyn 14, 21, 30, 94, 96, 172, 214 Kemper, Konna 20, 208 Kennedy, Marilyn 221 Kenney, Joan 8, 26, 37, 101 Kenyon, Nancy 234 Kiendel, Paul 44, 110 Kieval, Andrew 186, 234 King, Judy 5, 94, 95, 108, 109 King, Sarah 200, 217 Kirk, Jack 123 Kiriluk, Sue 99 Kiser, Donna 234 Kline, Doug 116, 141, 142 Knight, Linda 48, 96, 99 Knorr, Janis 108, 109, 221 Knuppel, Anne 63, 221 Koenig, Brian 43, 74, 113, 115, 234 Kopf, Carolyn 6, 52, 53, 101, 234 Kosic, William 24, 103, 112, 115, 199, 201, 203, 226, 234 Kostyal, Lynn 108 Kozma, Bruce 234 Kraeft, Andrea 100, 102, 221 Kraiger, Helen 9, 26, 221 Kranchalk, Ronald 221 Kraus, Genie 234 Kroll, William 44, 126, 214 Kuhn, Melinda 9, 101, 186, 187 Kulina, Nicholas 112, 181, 215, 221 Kulina, Bob 111, 112, 115 Kuperstein, Arnold 193 Kurot, Robin 208, 210 Kushner, Carol 44, 108, 109, 221 Kushner, Lois 108, 109, 221 L Lacaria, Berma 234 Lacaria, Cynthia 200, 217 Lacek, Joseph 116 Laing, Sheron 234 Lambrech, Annette 84, 101 Land, Terry 44, 126, 129 Lane, Charlene 101 Lange, Dee 144, 153, 208 Langer, Mark 148, 234 Lankenau, Laurie 181 Laper, Larry 120, 121, 206, 208, 210 Lappin, Jay 112, 161, 210 Lavender, Drema 208 Law, Helen 209 Lazarow, Arnie 148 Lehman, Thomas 123 Lemak, Mike 57 Lemer, Gary 234 Lengemann, Gary 221 Lentz, Corliss 234 LeRose, Katherine 234 LeRose, Linda 48, 97, 99, 118, 119, 181, 221 Leslie, Ernest 214 Levine, Howard 28, 44, 123, 124, 125, 234 Levine, Peter 123, 125 Levine, Sharyn 46, 97, 99, 234 Lewine, Sharon 44, 214 Lewis, James 234 Lewis, Janis 105, 235 Lewis, Melinda 208 Ley, Dianna 235 Libmann, Michael 148, 214 Liebig, Carl 43, 161, 214 Light, Eldena 221 Lipusz, Suzanne 208 Lisgar, Harvey 127 Liversedge, Judy 217 Long, Claudia 195, 221 Longtin, Nelson 214 Longtin, Victor 61, 123, 183, 184, 185, 221 Lookabill, Robert 235 Lopardo, John 13, 116 Lowe, Susan 235 Lucas, Anna L. 214 Lucht, William 221 Lukowitz, Debra 22, 95, 101, 208 Lupardus, Lucille 181 Lytle, Jeff 116, 146 M MacNeil, Marilyn 221 251 MacPherson, Kevin 123 Magnes, Joe 122, 123, 124 Maisto, Joe 116 Marcus, Gail 109, 152, 213, 214 Marcus, Sharon 235 Maresco, Peter 116, 235 Margolin, Arnold 113, 115, 148, 199, 221 Marinakis, Pete 183 Markioli, Jim 114 Markowitz, Ira Paul 112, 235 Markowitz, Marvin 149, 202 Marple, Donna Kay 200, 217 Marquardt, Vicki 221 Martin, Robert P. 208 Martin, Roy 235 Martin, Pam 183 Martino, Barbara 100, 152, 218 Marty, Bill 144, 145 Marx, Bernie 43 Mash, Carma Lee 209 Massey, Chlotield 235 Massey, Don 190 Massey, Ron 191 Matheny, Edward 43, 116 Matheny, Thomas 221 Matthews, William 235 Mawhinney, Marilynn 209 Maxwell, Mary A. 100, 102, 221 Mayl, Shirley 221 Maynard, Pamela 235 Mazzella, Anna 181 McAllister, Dave 116 McCann, Hugh 43, 57, 122, 123, 125, 132, 134, 135 McCarthy, Mary 235 McChesney, John 112, 206, 209 McClanahan, Barbara 235 McClelland, Doug 158, 159 McClure, Roger 116, 235 McComas, Susan 214 McConihay, Donna 235 McConnell, Charles 235 McConville, Robert 123, 235 McCormick, Theresa 235 McEwing, Susan 235 McGowan, Martha M. 235 McGraw, Larry 189, 236, 240 McGraw, Mark 215 McHoul, Bruce 181 McKee, Frances 215 McKinney. Pat 181 McLaughlin, Donald 123 McNutt, Sue 217 McPherson, Charles 136, 141, 143, 215 Meacham, Alan 236 Meadows, Mike 181, 191 Meadows, Steven 215 Mease, Brenda 236 Mease, Robert B. 215 Medin, Harriet 215 Medley, William 167, 236 Merical, Sandra 215 Meiners, Bill 156 Mershon, Connie 221 Metz, Richard 123 Mignone, Steve 111, 112, 115, 149, 215 Mikels, Charles 221 Milam, Cynthia 215 Milam, Darlene 236 Milam, Mary Lou 100, 184 Milano, Mary Ann 236 Miller, Cynthia Mae 236 Miller, Ernest 123, 236 Miller, Francoise 236 Miller, Harold 44, 127, 128, 129 Miller, Hugh 26, 236 Miller, Kenneth 123, 158 Miller, Lawrence 46, 13 2, 133, 197, 209, 215 Miller, Patricia 100, 11, 221 Miller, Suzanne 209 Miller, Suzette 209 Mills, Sarah 97 Montague, Bonnie 101, 221 Montazzoli, John 123, 212 Mooney, Bob 11, 25, 158, 161, 214 Moore, Berneda 209 Moore, Edilu 44, 95, 97, 99, 209 Moore, Jim 112, 221 Moore, Matthew 43, 112, 236 Moore, Sharon 215 Moran, Nancy 200, 217 Morgan, Carla 236 Morgan, Margaret 62, 75, 152, 236 Morgan, Susan 222 Morrison, Jacqueline 196 Mottesheard, Pamela 236 Modrey, Bob 141 Muehleisen, Jim 26, 43, 112, 115, 132, 133, 134, 201, 203, 215 Mullins, Brenda S. 42, 44, 105, 222 Muncey, Thomas 236 Munisteri, Randy 22, 59 Munoz, Nicholas J. 209 Murdock, Kathy 36, 37, 95, 101 Musico, Alexander 209 N Nashner, Sue 183, 192 Neger, Judy 20, 43, 209 Neger, Pat 14, 20, 30, 31, 173 Neil, Debi 181, 209 Nelson, Glenda G. 236 Nelson, Britt 206, 210, 215 Nelson, Julie 217 Nichols, Dale 236 Nichols, Russell 222 Nigro, Anna Marie 63, 222 Norman, Nancy 9, 186, 187, 222 North, Terry 222 Northrup, David 209 Nostrand, Richard 209 Notargiacomo, Daniel 209 Nussbaum, Gail 209 Nuttall, Buddy 141 Nutt, Linda 236 Nutter, Phil 190 0 O’Dell, Teresa 215 O’Dell, David 209 O’Dell, Trudy 200 O’Hara. Frank 236 Orrill, Marilyn 95, 96, 189, 210 Osborne, David 181 P Pack, Leon 24, 25, 74, 112, 114, 186, 187, 201, 203, 236 Padella, Linda 108, 215 Painter, Anne 75, 106, 107, 237 Palmer, Patricia 237 Parks, Powell 145, 215 Parsley, James 123 Parson, Bonnie 200, 217 Paul, Robert 21, 47, 123 Paxton, Sharon 181, 215 Payne, Deborah 194, 215 Payne, Della 200, 217 Payne, Mary Kay 237 Peck, Larry 160 Peirce, Joan 14, 30, 46, 52, 53, 173, 237 Pellegrino, Amelia 109, 216 Penny, Robert 123 Perlman, Harriet 222 Perrine, Ray 22, 237 Perry, Janice 216 Perry, William 222 Peseux, Susan 105, 107 Peters, Nancy 200 Pettry, Charles 74, 116, 226, 237 Pfevffer Heidi 181 Pfost, David 123, 137, 157 Phillips, Georgis 101, 200 Piccolo, Tom 43, 112, 201, 203, 218, 222 Pickman, Ronald 58 Pierce, Jack 181, 237 Pierce, Matthew 146, 238 Pinkney, Stacey 222 Pitello, Gloria 195, 222 Placek, Carole 152, 238 Plain, Stephen 238 Poalise, Gerard 123 Poe, Larry 238 Polaski, Bob 112, 114, 149, 156, 157 Polhemus, Edward 65, 112, 115, 132, 133, 134, 151, 216 Poling, Emily 238 Pollock, James 148, 222 Pozner, Robert 57 Praschil, William 57, 238 Prince, Nancy 193, 210 Proctor, Linda 9, 26, 222 Pugh, Charles 222 Q Quick, Wayne 136, 141 Quinn, Barbara 210 Quinn, Steve 15, 24, 57, 112, 137, 139, 238, 240 R Raab, Terry 26, 115, 198, 238 Radford, Vickie 210 Radvak, John 116 Rawlings, Larry 238 Redden, Danny 238 Reece, Bobby 238 Reed, Donna 44, 95, 96, 99, 210 Reed, Linda 238 Reed, Michael 126 Regino, James 112, 216 Reinhard, Lloyd 44, 127, 128, 222 Reynolds, Alta 216 Reynolds, Harriett 222 Rich, Madelyn 44, 97, 99, 216 Richardson, Lynn 222 Richie, Pat 63 Richter, Kim 101 Rittenberg, Cynthia 216 Roane, Daniel 43, 50, 51, 112, 114, 115, 148, 149 Robert!, Joseph 113, 238 Roberts, Cynthia 216 Robertson, Larry 119, 156, 186, 216 Robinette, Donna 14, 44, 99, 222 Robinson, Maurice 238 Rodda, Robin 95, 210 Rohan, Georgia 101, 195, 197, 222 Rose, Cynthia 216 Rosenberg, Lewis 238 Rosenfeld, Phil 120, 192 Ross, Larry 44, 128, 151 Ross, Marhta 102 Rossano, Sister Joyce 79, 222 Roszowski, Joseph 110, 127, 222 Rotas, Terry 112, 238 Roth, Betty 181 Roth, Ronald 112, 238 Rowan, Jack 161, 214 Robin, Richard 120, 222 Rubin, Harvey 210 Ruby, Don 148, 149 Rude, Fred 60, 147, 222 Ruh, James 14, 43, 115, 238 Runyan, Linda 105, 216 252 Rupert, Charles 238 Rushbrook, Ruth Ann 107 Russo, Pat 141, 142, 156 Rust, Linda 9, 13, 27, 119 Ryan, Richard 116 s Sabol, Thomas 112, 115, 239 Sacco, Antonetta 217 Sachs, Marcia 44, 109, 203, 222 Saitta, Linda 62, 128 Salitsky, Marlyne 210 Samar, Kamal 13, 151, 239 Samuels, Steve 158, 198 199 Sansoucie, Conrad 58, 59 Santora, Mark 59, 112, 156 Sardinsky, Michael 113, 114, 239 Savilla, Charles 239 Sbordonne, Carmella 210 Schacter, Andrea 193, 210 Soheirman, Joe 132, 135 Schillings, Patricia 216 Schneider, Mary Ann 239 Schnitzius, Nancy 11, 96, 239 Schreiber, Mark 112, 115 Schulkin, Alan 60, 120 Schwartz, Joy 216 Schwiensberg, Tish 96, 181 Schwitz, Jonathan 120, 121 Scotch, David 60, 61, 123 Seabolt, Charles 239 Scott, Mary Ann 210 Seabolt, Marsha 216 Seed, Christine 210 Seed, Joyce 216 Seed, Mary Mona 239 Seewald, Betsy 52, 53, 96, 239 Segall, 114, 164, 165, 222 Seidman, Fred 222 Seiser, Bradley 210 Seitz, Kent 42, 120 Seyler, Raymond 13, 32, 112, 203 Shafer, James 123 Shapiro, Helen 108, 129, 222 Shaw, Dave 120 Sheehan, Pat 43, 119 Sheets, Helen 217 Sherrick, Linda 36, 44, 96, 98, 99, 183, 195, 222 Sherry, Michael 57, 123, 150 Sherwood, Patty 210 Shields, Timothy 43, 116 Shovlin, James 123, 201, 203, 212, 216 Shussett, Carol 5, 108, 109, 239 Siegal, Martin 20, 129 Sieka, Karen 5, 108, 109 Siers, Charles 200 Singer, Jeree 222 Siracusa, William 60, 112 Sisenwain, 24, 57, 112, 115, 216 Skelly, Jerry 60, 198, 199, 239 Slack, Nancy 22, 44, 99, 152, 222 Slack, Steven 216 Smith, Kathy 105, 210 Smith, Linda 102, 195, 239 Smith, Stephanie 210 Smith, Vincent 210 Smider, Sara 183, 239 Sokol, Kathleen 63, 108, 109, 216 Soil, Trudy 44, 109, 239 Soltys, Joe 122 Somelofski, Eileen 44, 96, 99, 239 Sorbara, Lenny 112, 115, 212, 254 Sosniak, Allen 43, 120, 211 Spaner, Debra 239 Spanial, Nancy 217 Sparks, Kelly 216 Spelsberg, A1 116 Spencer, Chips 132, 135 Sprei, Barbara 211 Stackhouse, Warren 75, 112, 201, 203, 226, 239, 241 Stanek, Maribeth 101, 222 Starr, Michael 110, 123, 211 Stecki, Arlene 101, 222 Steely, Tom 127, 211 Steeves, Samuel 116, 219 Stegmayer, William 123, 239 Stern, Alan 211 Stickle, Joan 202, 211 Stier, Larry 146 Stimpson, Doug 146 Strickland, Gary 239 Strickland, Steve 183, 185 Strong, Christine 168, 169, 231, 239 Sudano, Marcia 20, 95 Suehnholz, Roberts 123 Sullivan, Dave 148, 149, 220 Summers, Kenneth 240 Swain, Emma Louise 240 T Tabor, Glenda 240 Tainsky, Evelyn S. 105, 107, 195, 219, 222 Tanchum, Toby 209, 211 Tannenbaum, Alan 126, 128 Tascher, Judith 114, 222 Taylor, James 222 Taylor, Steven 223 Tefft, Susan 44, 96, 98, 99, 152, 153, 195, 223 Terragni, Ed 120, 180 Tenney, Pat 62, 102 Thieleman, William 15, 127, 240 T homas, Bev 5, 100, 144, 145, 196 Thomas, Judith 200, 217 Thomasson, Marie 97, 211 Thompson, Sue B. 153, 194, 216 Thorn, Dusty 21, 57, 141 Thorn, Kim 96, 98 Thurman, Elbie 211 Tiedman, Jane 30, 101, 223 Tillis, Donna 211 Tinsley, Steve 116 Todd, Audrey 44, 97, 99, 144, 145, 211 Tolbert, Michael 240 Toler, Glenn 194 Tomljanovic, Thomas 240 Topping, Bob 34 Tortomas, Wendy 97, 216 Tosmnu, Jean 211 Toth, Linda 14, 30, 97, 173, 223 Totten, Robert 120, 121 Tripp, Edward 112, 115, 240 Tunick, Charles 21, 112, 223 Turley,Margaret 223 u Unetich, Dave 44, 129, 151 Urion, Bob 125 V VanPelt, Carolyn 216 Vaughan, Pamala 217 Vealey, Nora 240 Veldenzer, Shirley 30, 57, 108, 109, 173, 223 Venables, Sue 8, 108, 128 Vincent, Frank 216 Voice, Cal 192, 193 Volkert, Richard 132, 134, 135, 216 Vorisek, Diane 20, 21, 62, 216 w Wagner, Ray 123 Wald, Burt 42, 183, 192, 240 Walker, Marilyn 240 Walker, Martha 216 Walker, Rebecca 211 Wallace, David 123 Wallace, Jack 181 Walters, Jack 240 Wandling, Donald 240 Wanner, Charles 181, 216 Warren, Kathy 24, 101, 103, 152, 223 Warshel, Barbara 109, 241 Warwick, Gloria 105, 181, 223 Wasley, Bob 47 Watson, Alice 95, 101, 216 Watson, Barbara 95, 101, 103, 195, 216 Waugh, Jerry 211 Weber, James 74 Weinstein, Barry 241 Weinstein, Orrin 123 Welbourn, Kathryn 211 Wesley, Bob 123, 124, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141 Wesner, Caryn 30, 31, 101, 173, 223 Weston, Cricket 181 Weyer, Lael 62, 146, 213 Whelan, Kevin 116 Whelan, William 120, 121, 156 Whitbeck, Patricia 223 White, Parker 158, 159 White, Sharon 200 Wick, Dede 185 Wiechman, Katie 241 Wildenger, John 112, 149 Wilkerson, Diana 183, 184, 185 Williams, Art 121, 136, 139, 141, 142, 143 Williams, Richard 116, 117, 132, 133, 135 Williams, Ronnie 241 Williams, Virginia 216 Wilson, George 241 Wilson, Kay 101, 200 Wilson, Patty 217 Windom, Larry 223 Winthrop, Elaine 5, 42, 44, 97, 211 Withrow, Donald 46, 71, 119, 241 Withrow, Ed 116 Wohlworth, Jo 195 Wolff, Elaine 21, 202, 223 Wolden, Isabel 64 Wood, Linda 100, 223 Wood, Roger 136, 139, 142, 143, 216 Wood, William 13, 27, 116, 133 Woodrum, James 241 Woolf, Wayne 46, 241 Worth, Maureen 43, 105, 211 Worthy, Charlotte 152, 153, 216 Wright, Robert 194 Wroldsen, Richard 26, 27, 241 Wyatt, Joe 241 Wynn, Thomas 198, 199, 241 Y Yasgur, Carol 241 Young, Alan 116 Young, Diane 40, 211 Young, Sallie 87 Young, Waynette 241 z Zacharias, Jay 211 Zaharis, Ann 241 Zaharis, Martha 241 Zehntner, Barbara 94, 95, 100, 103, 145, 223 Zekan, Pat 183, 185 Zeller, Jennifer 94, 96 Zepralka, Frank 146 Zervos, Carole 100, 102, 241 Zimmerman, Si 206 Zujkowski, Alan 112, 147 Zwillinger, Steve 120, 132, 135 Finals, commencement speaker Holt, a visit from SDS leader Danny Stewart, the dedication of the Physical Education Building, a discussion with President Buckalew following a weekend of pandemonium and packing to leave all summarize end of the year events. Three years ago I watched my first sunset at Morris Harvey College and now I’ve also watched my last. In the three years since I’ve been editor of the Harveyan I’ve seen many changes take place —changes in administration, changes in the student body and changes in the physical aspect of the campus. These changes have been both good and bad, but no matter what has passed the sun has always shown through. I’m forever indebted to Mrs. Jo Blackwood who advised the Harveyan for 2 years while I was editor; to Ted Bachman who taught me to take photographs when it be¬ came necessary; to this year’s photographer, Larry McGraw, whose photography is superb in every way and interprets everything I wanted to say; to Mrs. Linda Schulte who has been most encouraging; to Dean Young, Marilyn Or- rill and to my friends who have tolerated my many moods regarding the yearbook and have encouraged me in the times of despair. I espe¬ cially owe a breath of thanks to my right arm for three years, Patty Neger, without whose help and encourage¬ ment the Harveyan could not be. This year’s Harveyan is dedicated to the memory of William J. Briggs, Jr., who was my friend and yours. The Harveyan is also dedicated to you, the students of Morris Harvey, that you will long remember the sun that rose and set on your years spent here. Mila 256 m mSSm


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