Mount Union College - Unonian Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

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UNONIAN 1966 Mount Union College Alliance, Ohio jidie Giimm-Editor Siudii McCoy-flffifidm' Editor fiidy Piice-Affisidiii Editor f fgwf' X: 2-7 , L, X , fn.- V . .Q ,,.z',:' ,J-M-f , K , .L .H 2 ,l gl ' I5!.':.":1y?":"f"J A iv jxi - n - - - ' :-Jkgkvi' . .fn , ' .lf 'A ' "1 I ' ' Malqii 'xx ' 4- JW- , -XJ. ,Y " XM- .asf A - 14. ,Zz ,.. . . nFH:'. eb - 1 , ,, . ""' -!E :'1f6'?'-:F L ' - .. . ' I-Mb If mm W 1 XE ' 'Qw- - ,..h. . H. I A L- 'IQI ,' 'Af ' Witg. VIN: 1. ' 'W 2 4 .1 2537 , I 1 U X' . . ' K. A-A.d , ,gQi3:-T5uf-, -,' -!,1!. 3 , . . . .5 iiwfflgfaifff fi ,4 11 F., . :.2v,s-4 335- J. v . f -- , 1 E1 Jlf. . , w A-' V I ' Ct I K A- xl W ,.:, ,jew-Q 1 I . '. 1: 7-fqfif. K. TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSES .......... 48 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY ........ 112 ORGANIZATIONS. .142 GREEKS ......... 168 ATHLETICS. . . . . .186 ADVERTISING .... 214 4 5 ORIENTATION 1 THE CAMPU L KE ,.,...,,, FN X +g - -XM: X, x X N'-V 3' Ex .-., S Q x any N 8 The lakes, sometimes still and icy as glass, sometimes whispering of the mysteries of tradition . . . the gentle ripple splashing against the banks . . . a sparkling glimmer with the break of each new dawn . . . your mirrored reflections of . . . romance. Q' x 9 X ,-- A P4 I I. A jew w W" w - iii- w wi ' W- W W- W r M l JL M l , 'W hmm M X' M-ff W Vi.. ,v ' M -,- f . .gilt " ' fy 1.47-rs -rx f , ., . , .,,. 31 ' -.,3,,..-0-Y M 'h -If if wr--u, -ann., f'--L zrgwszs. W-1 -- V.-,,,' '17 -ur PREPARATION DEDICATION , .-1 - V" . -xx J' i X ! , ,Vx 1 Assisi in li aj ' I ,I R . Li L IW " J J .,,,,a.,,, .A,, ,IW '. 'Q-ff 1?'1V"4' '!'?L'7::l,-VT' JY 7:57 J-vi Y 1 .2 Dr. Carl Btacy greets Mrs. McCready as she enters the building named after her late husband. New McCready Hall stands as one of the symbols of Mount Union's expansion program. This all-men's resi- A dence hall, dedicated as part of the Homecoming events, was named in honor of Byron Y. McCready, a Mount Union graduate and former member of the Board of Trustees. 11 l 5-2,3 9' 5.1 'f' nf ve- - fi" ,, , "WK:-' 1 +L f-5 - 5, f M. M ,,,, ll srl, The highlight of the Homecoming events was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, Miss Tari Travis, representing Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Tari is a senior elementary education major from Cuyahoga Falls. The members of the court were Joan Thomas, Alpha Chi Omegag Barb Weaver, Alpha Delta Pig Paula Lauder- baugh, Delta Delta Delta, and Anita Richmond repre- senting the Independent Student Association. '1-- Q A ' ,,,,, , v W - M M V ,7 Wai . m 5 2 l - 1 La' '-' R.. ' 4 - . 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Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau Omega 16 Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon , ,V 5.9.2 1, .iff-lg -X A, ,Q . , ,,,. .J , H fi Delta Delta Delta and Phi Kappa Tau Independent Student Association ,nu-' DORMITORY DELIGHTS K Ywm .' Y N' , Hu 1 9' 18 W mm,.3vN' g 'T f. w ,N m - Imm- fQ5z2ffu4 uq L 1 ,ef W , .f E1 M ,.,.,. , - ' ' I V 1 1 - L- 4-My z 2 y M' - +5 . 'TN , 'L K1 myirvn 'T 'J - 'L 'B 5 4-.:--7: V, ..:-A U'- npr 31,1 fa flings' '-ef-fi Y. . , E, 1 L' 1 'Em I! fx I Z. .11 ,E 'Ski .lf ? SI L.,- "TTQ-:.s-Z is H' Qs A VW 1 - -ig ' x was 1 i fi i 1 Hy' xxx X lla., DAD' DAY M W'1l' Morris, Mr. Roger Mr. Ronald Weber, Mr. Lawson G. Smart, Dr. Carl Bracy, r. x lam M. Browng Dad's Association Officers. WI TER WITCHERY I ,L .5 . V. 3 get-II -1 i IJ If ff If Sf. H ' " jf X , W5 , 3 , rdf-,I I 51 ' fl X 1 , r U' 4: haf! ' , , L I W Qu I, L Y I 1? 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Other members of the court were: Gary Fisher, Alpha Tau Omega, Burch Foster, Phi Kappa Tau, and Chick Kennedy, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. "Most unique" costume winners were Tom Frank and Brenda Beeney. 25 's , 'Ml ll uw , ,H W , if King Candidates: Butch Fos ter, Gary Fisher, Phil Kop pel and Chick Kennedy. GREGARIOUS GREEKS H i mx fi , M. ESF' ' in RQQW' "': ' l HN IN 5 EE ,L , ' V li J vi I 14 J i N ' ' f 5 vu A ' - ' V ' 'qlluw . ' ' . bug., ,1 W , MV M E A 1.-. f f-3 , STUDIOUS STUDENTS 3 1 +++ , If 5 wx' Vg I X Z- ,E - U52 X Y 1 S L . mf? 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W 3 f-1.. 1 - .ie-ii"1,fE.f 11 11 1 11 ,Q 11 15 1 , W if . i ,, K , 131415151155 51 11 3, Q: , SY K ix ' V, 5 4 -. 1 5 1 1 if A ' 5 ii My 1 2: 1 of 1415 A 1-ug?-' 1111 11 Ne 1111 1? l 1111 11 ff f W Z L, 'J 11 , 121 H' ,f , 11 i 11 11 5 , 5 1 Q. if LM 16 -1 , A 1 - ff' H 111 ,J 'N 1 111 511111111 11 111111111151 11111 M111 ' 5 Z-2 m M Q qw Q , 'W' Ei -E Q: X1 1111 511 H11 1 11 15M H V 1 11W ' E nl' 11 sg- V. 1 1 221141 janet Thompson 1966 Cover Girl 50 .,--"ia" ff ' . Jw 11 ll, en ,H mfs Finalists: Paula Lauderbaugh, Sandy Mageras, Roslyn Scherer, Janet Thompson, and Sally Witchey. .-, .., ,..1 , V N f' A, -W l w sf ' '- 1 - mfs-- E uf Al" mp ..2- ,,,,,-0'-"TJ" 'J,,-'A -.anim-U: CAMPUS CENTER CAPERS T Q ,tmvi shine , 111.5 lf, 'L .JW .1,, Y N. ,9V.,- '3- ig..- -..M--f .MVA A ,, 1 . U, E: E e seq CAMPUS HIGH-LIGHTS 1965 Great Teacher Award was presented to Dr. John Saffell by William Banfield. Ruth Nurrni, harpsichordist Congressman Frank T. Bow and former Vice-President Richard M. Nixon 34 21? E or Dr. Peter Bertocci, lecturer Peter Nero, pianist ,, ir V V wwf , . -4 A A -Q gs- Vw 'ln kg. I ' ' u, i - 4 Dr. John Akar, African lecturer MAY DAY QUEEN 56 - -rf-.T-L ,Tw ......lt-.... M- X, , , X.,-A 1 ,U--T? Y -,-ifl,.....T.......,.. x H , I X 11l,, H H Y, I , H -.,.. , - ., m.,1T,.,-S.,, ,, ,NNW L-N...T.41A--,,,., -. ,, Lu. K ,, ww , ,H f ,HALL - - - - ,, 9 ' ' f-frf--V Mm?-91, -. - .L C3 KH- fx . I - . X .. , , L . 6 o Q I 1966 May Day Court Row 1: Betsy Bashline, Sharon Keefe, Sheryl Trudicks, Susan Batey. Row 2: Judy Price, Sue Riester, Janet Brown, Dorothy Baker. m Wo v o N F TT? 'V F fi'T'T'77ff"QQ 'rs 37 DELECTABLE DRAMA I! w 2 E , , lt' Z 5 -g X5 ' V A WN mu.-w , - M . ' J., .- . 1 m . H 4 uw 2 A ,Q , X T' fig , leg . f, w 4 uf A ww L ' F " ,ww 'H 1' 1 Y 0' , MQ: w 1 J . X vs R f x gh J, 1 'Q-xtk .,, .mu - 2 .. ,fb--" L QQ- 3 6 , , m EAS -1 1 '., ,fx -5 X., N ee-pi. 1 i , as A " K , i T .1 x- -gr AA f-"5 39 4 QT: ,., lr . , f'F'lq..,i 1-Q. 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Nix' - ga-. ,I '-4 ""7',..L. 1: If .--i - . . ,4 5 ',- 1 'L 7 I ".f.-ri, . .EW ' .s .'-G-.ata m-,L ,' A' ' -4.. .agar .:.if5"9' , mg. . - ,jf .3 - , -,Q-RL r 1-Qi ..-H,-,.-an ,. . L . '- gtg . Alma Mater Hark! from mountain, hill and valley Rings the music as they rally, Sons and daughters of Mount Union Singing songs of praise. See! They come unceasing, Care and toil releasing, Shouting in a mighty chorus More and more increasing. Rouse your souls from sloth and slumber Gird yourselves and join our number Loyal to Mount Union College Rally round her now! On her worth relying, Keep her colors flying Crown the heroes of her battles Each with name undying. Nobly stands the grand old College Home of honor shrine of knowledge h Storm and stress and time but prove Constant, brave and true, Mark! Each new endeavor, Makes her stronger ever Hearts and hands for toil and battle, May they fail her never! Chorus Wake the echoes loud with cheering Shout again! The day is nearing, Night is gone with doubt and fearing Dear old M.U.C. 87' my ,, X245 "Q" 17 1 45 1: - ' Vi " , ww iii ' 'W"""" '. '- -7"73W:""" "ff -1? Ik.. A 5 ' ,E J I 3' ' '- UL: ' ' ??i .'--. ,--Qg.5?:.7'i 48 rx'-3 '1 CLASSES Senior Class OHicers Seated Ga1lOpatrny secretary Glenda Stoops vice president. Standing Phil Koppel treasurer Loel Callahan president Mr Hugh Jae advisor Roger S. Abbey Conneaut, Ohio Economics David L. Albert Alliance, Ohio Accounting and Economics Carol V. Anderson Hamburg, New York Elementary Education Gary L. Anderson Greentown, Ohio Mathematics Marilyn J. Axtmann Youngstown, Ohio Elementary Education Nancy E. Barnwell Tonowanda, New York History William C. Barny Rurnson, New Jersey English Susan S. Battles Columbus, Ohio Speech and Drama Valre J. Belden Windham, Ohio Elementary Education Linda A. Bellingham Toledo, Ohio Music and Organ Sandra I. Berg Youngstown, Ohio Sociology Jeffery J. Borland Akron, Ohio Chemistry Paula C. Bostwick Chardon, Ohio Music Education Martha L. Bower Poland, Ohio Elementary Education Barbara A. Boyd Newark, Ohio Elementary Education James W. Britton Alliance, Ohio Business Administration Elizabeth R. Brown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education James M. Brown III Scarsdale, New York Geology Marsha L. Brown Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Nancy J. Brumbaugh Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio English Anne T. Burkhardt Canton, Ohio English Donald L. Butler Cleveland, Ohio History Loel A. Callahan Alliance, Ohio English Charles D. Campbell Deerfield, Ohio Biology james A. Campbell Alliance, Ohio Business Administration Robert M. Campbell Elmhurst, New York Business Marilyn S. Canfield Mayfield Heights, Ohio Elementary Education X X Elizabeth A. Cassidy Minerva, Ohio English Jane A. Cochran Ellsworth, Ohio English Corliss M. Conway Cleveland, Ohio Elementary Education Carol F. Crebs Newark, Ohio Music Education Lynette A. Davis Kinsman, Ohio Chemistry Patricia A. Day Mingo Junction, Ohio English 1 Meredith A. Denny Beloit, Ohio Elementary Education Robert T. Derry Louisville, Ohio History Nancy A. DeSantos Wilmington, Delaware Biology David J. Dillow Princeton, Massachusetts Biology Carol L. Dunbar Sharpsville. Pennsylvania Elementary Education David H. Dusing Toledo, Ohio Music and Voice Vicki L. Eackles Pearisburg, Virginia Music Marguerite A. Eimer Toronto, Ohio Elementary Education William B. Epps Massillon, Ohio Chemistry SEN IORS All this for Grendle? 15.9 Ruff .lf ,. wb' Q. We ,x.g?,,,,., Wi Pamela J. Evans Canton, Ohio English Richard K. Evans Farmdale, Ohio Accounting Robert B. Fergason Louisville, Ohio Music Education Timothy G. Filkill Canton, Ohio Biology Gary L. Fisher Alliance, Ohio History Tom C. Flanigan Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Business Administration Thomas T. Flynn Alliance, Ohio Business Jane Y. Y. Fong Erie, Pennsylvania Psychology Rowland W. Foster Greenwich, Ohio English James D. Fox Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania History jaqueline N. Frick Canton, Ohio Elementary Education Herbert S. Garnes Alliance, Ohio Religion Rebecca J. Garrison Toledo, Ohio Psychology and Religion John M. Gates Alliance, Ohio Music Joyce A. Gib Parma Heights, Ohio Music Education Dianne Daugherty Gillmer Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania English John R. Gingrich Canton, Ohio Physics Nancy L. Good Canton, Ohio Sociology and Psychology Wanda K. Goodhart Cincinnati, Ohio Elementary Education Jacqueline L. Gotschall Canton, Ohio English Karen I. Grant North Canton, Ohio History James D. Grapentine New Orleans, Louisana Sociology Julie A. Grimm Canton, Ohio English Evelyn A. Grohe Hudson, Ohio Elementary Education LV if if 5 Q ,EZ 'I .. T, -'W - Q.-4. Y ,f 'F 5 1 'L ,Is 'H . TF' I-,g r N' f a -N 4: , . X. 'KA' ,. Y Y: I ,V .i ,X - li U W ' ' ' m V n rt . A , .Y iii? W 56 .,J .,-,.. Rinda A. Grohe Hudson, Ohio Elementary Education Lawrence W. Gross Cleveland Heights, Ohio English and Physical Education Thomas J. Guido Verona, Pennsylvania Economics Kathryn A. Hamlin Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Marilyn K. Hartman Shelby, Ohio Mathematics William B. Hartman Glen Ridge, New Jer Geology SEN IORS This is doing a week's work in one afternoon' Bruce W. Hartzell Alliance, Ohio Chemistry Nathaniel Hawthorne Alliance, Ohio Political Science Betsy L. Headd Youngstown, Ohio English Martha E. Heck Columbus, Ohio Sociology Ronald J. Heestand Alliance, Ohio Physics and Mathematics JeE L. Henry Lisbon, Ohio Art Richard B. Herriott East Palestine, Ohio Chemistry Dennis A. Herrmann Cleveland Heights, Ohio Sociology William R. Hickerson Alliance, Ohio History . l , . L- -,,. s iff 1 P -31 iff' 3 L Avg :in - :. wiUm"'T w ui' ii0"m"'m"'wQff!i?iR ' '5 S W ff JN? vv' Y' Wow! My follow-the-dot book never looked like that Janet G. Hornan Alliance, Ohio Spanish James H. Howenstine Canton, Ohio Chemistry Douglas E. Huth Seven Hills, Ohio Chemistry Margaret A. Jardine Youngstown, Ohio Music Education Beth E. Toledo, Johnson Ohio Music Education Mildred P. Jones n Erie, Pe nsylvanxa Elementary Education Llyod B. Kelley Newark, Voice Ohio Elaine S. Kennedy Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania Voice and Piano Stuart G. Kennedy Bay Vill Business age, Ohio Administration Joan E. Kiefer Beaver, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Karen A. King Painesville, Ohio Biology Connie C. Kinsey New Philadelphia, Ohio Elementary Education Karen Kobalka Columbus Station, Ohio History Philip A. Koppel Girard, Ohio History Ronald L. Krahling Alliance, Ohio English Frank M. Kunstel Chai-don, Ohio Social Studies Markel M. Laderer Chagrin Falls, Ohio Social Studies Paula Lauderbau h 8 Bethel Park, Pennsylvania English Robert T. Learmonth Canton, Ohio English Cheryl J. Lennig Alliance, Ohio Education Sue E. Liebschner Sandusky, Ohio English 1745-s I I W I 1 w wif--"7 'Vt-fr? a 1- Wa- . ' H Lea? J ' '7 5353735 ' ' 'WW ' i. fn. iss. J' - lu' w . -v-,, W SENIOR Ronald W. Lynn Strurhers, Ohio Chemistry Lynn I. Mackey New Shrewsbury, New Jersey French Diane M. Marchione Cranford, New Jersey Elementary Education David A. Marconi Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Sociology Jonathon T. Marsh Cortland, Ohio History and English Leeda E. Marsh Melrose, Massachusetts Religion and Philosophy ml M E. gg yi ?Ef I sure am the dummy! 61 SE IORS Happiness is togetherness. A fire drill in Chapman Hall? pr-w Susan D. McCoy Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education iz:-r J YW john C. McDowell Falls Church, Virginia English Margaret B. McGee Painesville, Ohio English I gall' 5:1 john R. Mclntgsh Canton, O io History 'Hi' Martha Todd McKown Wi Alliance, Ohio Sociology Judy C. Miao Taipei, China Business 62 '- "' " f ' 2- bf- - A - 4- - :vr-n,.,,,.-.-,--..:.,.,?:,QFf:-e-,3-r.:Q,,. -sq 59,1 , 'L-46 'A if--up '-61 hwii W? William A. Morgan Alliance, Ohio Business Terry H. Morlan Alliance, Ohio Economics Jane M. Moxley Medina, Ohio Psychology John F. Munioma Salisbury, Africa History Robert C. Murphy Alliance, Ohio Chemistry Sachie Nagato Tokyo, japan History Tom B. Nelis Poland, Ohio Economics Nancy E. O'Connor North Canton, Ohio English Lynn N. Oehling Painesville, Ohio Psychology and Phys Patricia G. Olds Canfield, Ohio Elementary Education Gail M. Opatrny Cleveland, Ohio Elementary Education Don L. Paul Garrettsville, Ohio Business ical Education Music Sandra K. Payette Marion, Ohio English Marcia R. Perdue North Canton, Ohio Elementary Education Mary A. Piatt Wellsville, ohio Elementary Education Doanne J. Rathbun Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Elementary Education Joyce M. Ray Sharon, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Barbara Reed Alliance, Ohio Medical Technology Melvin S. Reed Painesville, Ohio English Linda E. Reeder Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Anita L. Richmond Columbus, Ohio Spanish and French Karen M. Riggs Painesville, Ohio Education and Piano Timothy E. Riha Parma, Ohio Elementary Education Roger K. Roberts Delaware, Ohio Political Science and History Til E .gap K M N ygll N n V , Q, 64 g ":"E!-'UL-' -' L - :pg KJ, 1 1 T5 .iza- 6,1 Karen S. Robinson Elyria, Ohio Elementary Education Shirley C. Robinson Canton, Ohio English and Political Science Joyce Romig Uhrichsville, Ohio Elementary Education ar' Y - V k it ,P-if lfu l gas L- - -1 - - - - -+ 1-f-:T--- 1, : ya-Q - v-aff f -------Eg V".iff'-- ez,-. EA' "il 65 Richard E. Ross Omaha, Nebraska History Allen J. Roud Canton, Ohio Business Administration Barbara L. Rowe Cleveland Heights, Ohio Elementary Education Still hungry? 5' . 5- iA L lf. 2 lilly l' M wh Q 1 i ll H I Sharon L. Schaaf North Olmsted, Ohio Elementary Education E. Karl Schneider East Cleveland, Ohio Chemistry James E. Schory Hartsville, Ohio Economics Janet R. L. Schultz Cleveland Heights, Ohio Elementary Education Marsha E. Seeley York, Pennsylvania French Michael S. Shaheen Canton, Ohio Business Administration James L. Shellenberger Alliance, Ohio History Eugene J. Shuman Canal Fulton, Ohio History Marcia Tripp Siedel Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education ig.-H ii. Hefsssw ,ww,.w.. Oops - I forgot my candelabra. J, SENIORS 'uf' :'f,: Tommy M. Sirgo Canton, Ohio Mathematics Lawson C. Smart Youngstown, Ohio Chemistry Jane C. Smith Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Charles I. Snyder Alliance, Ohio Economics and Math Linda D. Spott Cleveland, Ohio Biology John F. Stergios Adena, Ohio Business Administration Margaret A. Stickley New Kensington, Pennsylvania Mathematics Glenda J. Stoops Youngstown, Ohio Elementary Education Donald D. Stryffeler Alliance, Ohio Chemistry Eileen Tescher Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Joan L. Thomas Youngstown, Ohio Mathematics Daniel L. Thyng Columbus, Ohio Business Tari-Ann Travis Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Elementary Education Lynne M. Underwood Somerset, Ohio English David L. Urban Chardon, Ohio Business Sandra L. Vance Dresher, Pennsylvania Art Margaret B. Walkingshaw Coraopolis, Pennsylvania Elementary Education James O. Watson East Aurora, New York English Barbara A. Weaver Columbus, Ohio Social Studies Ron L. Weaver North Lima, Ohio History David F. Webb Alliance, Ohio Physics Helen G. Weingard Glenshaw, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Denver D. Werstler Canton, Ohio Chemistry Carol L. Wilhelm Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education SENIOR Q' '1!ZL'7' :um 4 J 1 l N ..a"Jl' l 'Q L.. .i.i......i.T.... -..ig. .115 . , . '-Avi vs-,TP Z 68 Rhonda D. Willdn Sherrodsville, Ohio English A. H. Timothy Wilson Stamford, Connecticut Business Sarah J. Winder Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Medical Technology Jean B. Woerner Rochester, New York Elementary Education William F. Wright Slem, Ohio Religion Jack C. Yeager Bridgeport, Ohio Religion and Philosophy Jack C. Yoder Cleveland, Ohio History Won Ok Yun Seoul, Korea Biology Gerald L. Zaborsky Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania Business Administration Emil C. Ziegler Hanoverton, Ohio Chemistry Patricia Zugcic Canton, Ohio Accounting and Economics JU 10115 , I .. :sw 1 Q ' 1 f . H, M v :E F 1-vw' , 5, FE-mira' Q1 ' is W rag 1'--. - -- ww W ' " junior Clasx Officers: William Jones, presidentg Kate Carr, secretaryg Dr. James Rodman, advisorg Nancy Ward, vice presi- dentg Frank Sachire, treasurer. Ray Achmoody Karen Albert John Alpeter Darlene Anthony Frank Ashbaugh Carole Babinchek Forrest Bachtel Patricia Bair 70 'fr' l...,, , fliff me I i 95' rljtlh f , r W if -. w,w...ia.." r l l' " J fi IU, , Y W - ws .. 4 Q 1' ki. I ',V L ,, f- L x s ig Y ,.-EH V in . A 1 u Qgiiya 1 'Si , . vig. Dorothy Baker Kandee Bladensperger Betsy Bashline Susan Batey Kathy Beall Jim Bear Jeannie Bechdel Beryl Berger Virginia Biggs Onadell Bly Bette Bodley Cliff Bole Bonnie Bolitho Ellen Bond Carolyn Bott Janet Brown Bill Brownlee Mona Brunie Sue Brunt Virginia Burkey Joseph Buterbaugh Chris Buzzi Heather Cabassa Kay Carey Katie Carr Maureen Cassidy Ed Chamberlain Roger Clapp Larry Clapper Bill Clarkson Joe Cochran David Conrad Pam Craig Sally Crane Nancy Curtis Gina Daniell Roberta Davies john Day Bob DeHoE Roger Dixon Dave Dowding Karen Drew Linda DuBois Sue Dugle jim Eakin Karen Edwards Wayne Eggleston Sue Evans -A ,EE Cathy Frase Bill Freas Gara. French Kathy Frisk Judy Gabor Sara Geekie Sue Girt Martha Glass Curtis Glenn Bob Gotshall Diane Gouger Susan Grant "Thy glass and my staff shall comfort us "Star light, star bright, I wish I had a date tonight Larry Graves Dave Guy Glenn Haase Mildred Hall Judi Hardwick Mark Hawkins Sandy Heaslip Don Heestand Karen Heiniger jill Henry Don Herriot Ron Herrmann Al Herzog Jack Hess Tom Hill Karen Himmelman 2 b l .4 .L- nu!!- ., ': Y wg 2 gi .1-,.' WW z,-:-3:-'? 'JSI' ' '72 H ' i .iifg ' 'TH on lg! "- Z' '1 '.,-, in. " ' .L N 'i' ? . ' , : A 1 .l , 2 . .6 Q , - , E I s , . 7 - i .- -RX ' 'F " . . Hu -.IL- gg--fff. ' - .,,-' -,,,-. .i...:"-... ' -. 1 .4- .,...,,-1..,g- I , -.'L.4-. .. f-. --..J' f- eu.,-' .. q.,"n.,, ' 'w',fv-- . .. -1 -1 ---4... , ..."1,':'-. W .- , ., . -A ,,-.2-a,,?l.Q ,funn :- X.. -. '- ,.. .... .,71.'L'gf.,r-.V ,,',........ ., 1,4 Y,-,,,..--nl n.'.,,n,. 111,- ,joan 15" 'sf 5 A E .IU IORS k I thou ht I felt a draft." ' "Hey, you now, g , ..,r. L if A , ,- . mga, MSQAQ? Marguerite Hindall Sonnie Hopkins Martha Horne Marilyn Hosken Jim House Ron Hoyt Bob Hurlburt Dayne Ingram Jo Ann Jackson Sue Jobe Eric Johnson Bill Jones Joseph Judge Catherine Karlson Sharon Keefe Nancy Keeler Larry Keister Barb Keller Judy Kertis Babette Kline Gary Knight Bill Knowles Dave Kraft Judy Kures Chick Ladich Ty Lamke Holly Lampman Jim Lang Howard Leist Janet Lewis Mike Lindamood Nancy Lowmiller Pat Mack Pat Mallo Y Rahab Matheri Merri Matson Christine Mayer Carol Mayes Bob McClain Pam McCloskey ff? I... T X Hazel McDonald Joe Mercurio Roger Merril Walt Michael Tom Minifie Rhonda Monroe Amy Moreland Donna Morgan William Morris Jonathan Moser Michael Muffett Karen Mullett Paula Neely Hugh Nile Susan Norris Ed Ozimek Rick Painting Anne Palmer Tim Parr Gary Pearch Leslie Peine Russell Perlman John Petretich Beth Philippbar David Piero Jerry Pim Dianne Poorman Judy Price Carl Ralston Carolyn Rea Sue Riester Thomas Rike AA m A5 J - H ,M .. W V ,fr , E ., 'NL "1 ' A B Q Y- 'g . .J 1 . an .J 11 3 'Q , ,1 ff! B iiiiiiiiiiii UNIGR "I have more trouble with these salads M ' I i me X Maw,- f , N ' 'wi Carole Robb Kathy Roth Bob Sargent Gary Savage Richard Schillig Jennie Scott Rich Sells Jim Shaheen Norman Shaheen Donita Shem Rich Sherer Craig Shoemaker "Now Barrie Smith Bruce Smith Graham Smith Janice Smith John Solomon Jim Springer Lynne Steffen Dave Stewart Diane Stroia Bob Sullivan Tom Swaine Edwin Tan Jane Thomas Sheryl Truclicks to carve some training wheels ,Wiqirf 1 ii ii E ij.. H. Gretchan Van Almen Karen Van Voorhis JU 10115 Dan Waller Connie Weber Kay Wells Char Wheeler Denny Williams Elaine Williams Mary Wilson Gary Woodling SOPHOMORES Ken Adams Bob Akenhad Jeff Aldrich Bob Alger Dave Allison Nancy Anderson Karen Antall John Armitage Sophomore class officers: seated: Karen Corbett, secretaryg Paula Root, vice presidenrg Richard McLaughlin, treasurerg Dr. William Rice, advisorg Jeff Phillips, president. E. H Qi Wu W ' eerdc- ' Uv-15' ' f' f ff 82 - m. j , N I L N 4: ,guy-,I-4 W 51,4 1. Q 'Th F -ff ,I 1-1,.," ' Q . V ' ' -gy - ' . - L M. , :gr WL ,no H , .: "1 ' 1 ,F gl n. , ,V .. . - ,A s V51 -"'W"1F3 N H . ,rQ,,x4 " 1 , N H 'ifilan .i - Q ' x N ,954 I- ' ' in , :urge N.- ' L'ZE.?L:.,- L44 , uw., dk K 3 4' "' 3' " '- " r 1' bfhu . 1,--A 'H - ' ek? ' xfb X 'il ' X B 'X gf:-1" ' H7 ' W . ii 1 1 n , xx -FF' H! I' AH ,. 1' E , f 4' J viv' .,.5,,,s.--A req 'r x , Q- Dave Augusta John Austin Bob Avery Barb Bacon Ken Baillis Roger Baldwin joan Barclay Julie Barrick Barb Barstow Carl Bauer Jeanne Beard Bob Becker Brenda Beeney Terry Benko Jack Bernosky Lee Best julie Bethel Bonnie Boggs Karen Booth Nancy Bonstelle Will Bowdish Bob Bragdon Dianne Brooker Cher Boianowski Janice Brown Winona Burnsworth Bonnie Burrell Brian Buschow Bruce Butler Dianne Butler Tim Butler Jim Chadwick Kay Chapman Bill Christian Kathy Clark Pamela Claytor Ken Conry Joe Cordner Jan Craig - n Dawson Cunni g Gary Darr Lou Daugherty Bob Davis Lee Davis Darla DeBee Chuck Delinks Dave Denny Fred Dicken ham SOPHOMCRES "My cup runneth over." 85 "Decisions . . . ! Just can't make decisions Bob Dickey Dianne Dickson Dreamalee Divers Kris Dreifort Dody Edgar Gabriela Ehrer Connie Ermlich Rik Ernst Jack Byler Gary Farinacci Jim Fauver Donna Foard 'H . iv ,. -ew .six-, a. I L . 5. 3 in lrzggpgltl 4 f x " fc -f'-V.-L.f1.,' , 1 x 1 .-'Yr' J r ,-.nv-f-y-6,15 X -:gp Ergsgwgbfi J -f :M Q 5 '- 5 : 5? ,-:M ' R ,W ' If v w w k J " v N a 'UF 1, ggfwph J alight' , A 'Z wg vw WL 7 f - 'N ,QL Q2?Tf'fg5' 'Qyil' "1 P Pkg: Ns- 1 JV -' avi .MJ WL fm ,M -aJ:!'?zff'F 'W ,LQ ,Nyc yank ,., I tal t t e tree Joanne Fox Tom Frank Jane Fursey Betsy Garner Milt Gess Sue Gobeli Jane Goodman Cheryl Gross Cindy Grossman Stephanie Haden Jim Hairston Joan Harmony Daniel Hartman Phil Heim Newton Heston Bob Hettler Scott Hill Janet Hirsch Glenn Hjelrn Sue Holloway Brenda Hosfelt Hubie Hothem Barbara Hubbard Margret Hum Betsy Humphreys Rhonda Hutchins Barbara Jenkins Brian Johnson Patti Johnson Judy Jolley Letha Jones Martha Jones Dan Joseph Nancy Judd Rick Kekic Jim Kennedy Hey look, the cartoons are on!" Larry Kennedy Sharon Kerr Jennifer Kleine Paul Knisely John Kobal Phyllis Kohring David Koine George Kolarov Sally Koma Barb Koning Jim Krabill Sandy Kreger janet Kuhl Sue Ellen Kurtz Doug Lamb Jane Larnphier Alene Lamprecht Susanne Lang Gary Lanzen Camilla Laughlin Did you hear? They're dedicating the Red Barn at Homecoming this year!" i 1 ,.e---Y .e . ,,,,...- . Z, . . , i.,a SOPHOMORE I A 89 Sue I.aVeg1ia Paul Leekala Pam Lewis Carol Liebersbach Barbara Lieblein Dash Lippert Lynn Liewellyn Sandy Mageras Marge Maloney Ed March Judy March Anne Massie Bill McCallum Judi McCauley Bill McClarin Karen McCormick Richard McCrea Bonnie Mclzadyen Jan McFarland John McGarey SOPHOMORES EES i ' It's a great life! 90 4 'TE I , r , .., ,,. .3 :--,,--f7- , X- aw' ' -'Wi , r w y 'F ,' L. q-nur' fx, o r , 1- 'sn ,VA .af - " Y. 1 ' Av 4-.' 1 , man...- m'M??'7 5Lif i L fe,-H -E. A ., ififx miiil Bonnie McGowan Bill McGranahan Dick McLaughlin Marsha McMurry Mary Jane McVicker Wayne Menz Jed Mewborn Albert Miller Mike Miller Paul Miller Kitty Moncrief Ali Monibi Jane Morris Linda Moxley Walter Mullet Barbara Murray Jerry Myers Nancy NeE Carol Nelson Sandy Neorr Sandy Nicol Bob Niman Anne O'Connor Tom Old George Paidas Tila Parker Kathy Parks Robert Parks Larry Patrick Jim Peach Joyce Pease John Peaspanen Sue Perdue Jeff Phillips Charlotte Picha Barbara Potyka Lynn Powell Ted Purviance Dianne Quinn Penny Rankin Kathy Rea Betsy Reed Barb Reesman Bill Resek Ruth Reyer John Rhodes Patti Rickard Betsy Ritari Mary Roach Torn Robinson Don Rogers Paula Root SOPHOMORES "My date is in the lounge now!" "Try plugging it in, Ed." 'R Dick Rose anet Ryckman 14- 1 J I Charlotte Sampson Richard Sampson Eugene Schindler A Carl Schmidt Dave Schooler Janet Schueler John Sera Chuck Sewall Bonnie Shears " Joyce SheEer SOPHCMORES "Studying? No, he's only a sophomore." W i Rick Shepherd Judy Sheppard Ray Sherbechuk Tom Shilling Becca Shilts Donna Shorts Linda Silvis Ken Simpson Lana Skapin Annette Skinner Mike Slough Anna Smith 94 w ' 7.1 V I - 1 ' I , . ' "m 'J N , w . ., w Z 5 ,SA -Y Wednesday, third period ..,,,. .,.,,. .,,,,,. ,-.. ,- wi W - QW: - ..1- .VIQ N L- ther' .-537 ,L 'T' V V, , Y.- ,. - 4. 1 'gizeir '- ,zq 4 Y ' :Zigi-A' :f":,' ,mfg , U 1- --Y , ru., iii, 'T Q 1: .LL -, Only her hairdresser knows for sure Charlene Smith Gary Smith Jim Smith Pete Snodgrass Cho Hee Song Dave Spangler Linda Spear Jan Sprengel John Stadler Carol Stratford Marcia Stauifer Emily SteEe Barbara Stevenson Nancy Stewart Bob Stinson Margaret Stoops Dave Straiko Nancy Stratton Lee Sweitzer ' Randi Swift Alane Takacs William Tausz Hilde Teutsch Barb Thomas Janet Thompson Tim Thompson Martin Thyrum Becky Topalian Dan Treloar Dave Trinh Ed Turner Tallie Vance JU 'il-f Lmda Wachsman Gary Waggoner Bob Wakeham Jan-nee Wallace Neal Warner Carol Washburn John Weaver Ruth Weber 'F' N1 W4 QW x lk 21" if V SOPHOMORES Jane Wehnet Robert Wexgle Bob Wetzel Beverly Whrte Cathy Wxlllams Judy Wxllour Don Wxlson Judnh Wxlson Larry Wilson Carolyn Wise Sally Witchey Barb Wolfram Charles Womack Karen Workman Larry Yukich Ed Zapatka Freshmen class o icers' D ff . r. , Reames Sales, advisorg Kay Kob- be, secretaryg Larry Moore, presi- dentg Cathy Franks, vice presi- dentg Alan Abegglen, treasurer Alan Abegglen Bradley Adams Albert Admonius Nancy Albright Reba Albright -' '-'Ge-f ww M51 W V ffm, , 1 .ff--Vw mrlgaiki 3 4 ' Hg nf I - --aa-e -- N -axe' U..,,,,, . FRESHME . ' "nw: . 3 ar 4, Jeff Aldrich Jack Allen Junita Alexander Kathy Anderson james Anderson A f 31 f v -: as ig zaz V .,., fx, 1 'H YW: ,.: ' ' 4' ' Mary Andrews mg ' I: Patrick Ashbaugh 3:1 F Gilbert Ashbridge H' . Nancy Ashcorn 3 - 4 James Ashelman 7 1 1 David Aufmuth Kathryn Baker John Barrick Linda Barrick Joette Bartram 98 'WEL , , , . .C "' lff- ,f lelillil fm me Li 'T' Q . V I' A is-'l' " .Ll,'?""fV ni .QF ., b ..: I .,,.:., 1 W ,mb I W l i L was , 4 E1 sir' f 's-.1 i l 53 .i ' fi 'iff M, . , .- -s . -X : -:., : +Jh.nh, Ayr", Y-A'il'!gj 391 llisbgll 5 . lg' V g,a..g.1r,,5 ,X N Fi. f ,Q ' i ' M5355 ng.-fa 7 -1 :law 5 W . " KX. Q- . jf' 2 , 1 I wif i, ' V' uh '4.,u,ia, 1 , '-.1'.1,ih. : f in ' X' ' , ' gin 5, ' . rx! ','h.i.ul?? 'V V li, aa 'LY l u E.. B ni, i or . m. X L z i f liii E'-ie i' D 1 51 1. A 'f .. i .inf Nmwrzgggga Ami.. , Dixie Beamer Dennis Beery Lee Bender Robert Benson David Blood George Bogdon Carole Bogner Janice Boster James Bowe Beth Boyer Arlene Bradshaw Deboroah Brenner Carol Broadway Paula Brown Marianne Bruning Margie Bryan Lynn Burkey Linda Cailor Marcy Callahan Donna Calvin Donna Camp John Campbell Dana Candusso Patricia Cannon William Carli Elaine Carlisle Joan Carlson John Carter Donald Cassidy Kathleen Cassidy Frank Centofanti Frank Cerio Tom Chaney Wesley Cheng james Chester Gary Chizmar Marie Chrin Greg Claypool Elizabeth Coates Jelf Cody Cathy Coleman John Coleman Robert Comer William Conley Evan Conrad Susan Cope Sally Cost Pamela Creedon Charlotte Cullum Dave Czegan Susan Davenport Carolyn Davis Jerry Davis Peter Delich Emily Dernsky Martha Deveny Bruce Dicosky James Dickens Victor Dilda Robert Dillow Rick Dilworth Richard Diser Kenneth Drake Stephen Dunbar Michael Egli Lenore Ehlert Gary Elliott Alan Emshoi Pamela Engler Patricia Epps . Q?-, - ' 5 -qf' 'L V . F fegi -shui 1 EE 5 U , 41. idk'--. is V :K X ' -x 1 'Lam L WE rx Hwy . l ll gf ' rnffil f 'X ' ,ii . .'-, ,f"l.fJ . 1 et,n HFC La ll I l e kf ll H- . .p1, Jane Ann Erich Ann Ermlick Lynn Ertle Timothy Evans Dena Evertt Charles Fenstermaker John Ferris William Ficgenschuh Deborah Fish Douglas Ford Sue Foster Cathie Franks Paul Ganyard Randy Gaplick Art Games So now what do we do?" Linda Garside Jeff Garvey, Joy Gaston Gail Gavert Lawrence Geraci Russell Giauque Christine Gilchrest Sandra Girman Donald Goodman Thomas Gorham Timothy Goulding Barbara Gourley Jonathan Graham Susan Graham David Gram Susan Gray Fred Green Robert Green Patricia Grillith Meredith Hales Dorothy Hall john Hall John Hamilton Peggy Hanna Robert Harding Dave Harford Richard Hargrave James Hart' Douglas Harrison Janet Harsh Douglas Hartman Robert Helf John Hendricks Lynn Hertrich Noel Hess tam e? .ut G H 255, 5321--:Ei -- Y Y ' Q . f:',, " :F 1,6 img 4.fa255ra?Q.egn ai 7 vxv?-r'Vx,' H u ,., 1? 1 , L f ' u W AA V "r..:f 4, . -Y,-ii F' -I , gtg N rt-Evan, -i F, 740423155 Sigel-hs N " 1 . Pew-if 1' Y , P f' i f l fl ,J-A' me " '-Wm H1-, was 1:4-r usa ai fr. rg can if ?'ff5f?:"fln , , ' e ff i ' fling , - ,,, EW .4- ,up-...Q lffvrmxfzvzz 102 ,fi 'See you tomorrow, same time, same placeg Good night, Chet" "Good night, David." z ,ff "J: A K ze ' . I ' V- hy? 1-" 5 V f-gg ,. Ln , vi " ' init'-S 2' if - . saga e - f .- s.-5, iff ""-uthiil-re iff "And next year my Dad said he'd even buy me a uniform H PRES HME Gary Hofmann James Hogg Cecelia Hohler Samuel Hoiles Russell Holley Randall Holmes Robert Holmes Kenneth Holyoak Nancy Homer Stephen Hoover Karen Hudson Hilary Hunn Kathleen Hunter David Huston Gregory Johnson Bette Jones Yvonne Jones William Kaiser Douglas Katzenmeyer Shirley Kiefer Betty Jo Kinter Robert Knowles Kay Kobbe Barbara Koch Marcia Kozub Charles Lanza Jane La Rue John Laurita Priscilla Lawson Sara Leatherberr Carlisle Lewis Carol Lloyd Connie Lloyd Nancy Lieder Janet Lilga Linda Little Jim Little David Long Linda Lorenz William Louden James Lunsford Thomas Lyon Sharon Mahan Michael Mann Janice Manypenny Craig Maratta Anthony Marsh Kay Martin Charol Martindale Richard Mast XJ' ,am -4 Jack McCabe Charles McCall Judith McCauley Michael McCombs Donna McConnell Karen McCort Carol McKim Judith McKnight Patricia Melvin Donald Menz Cynthia Meredith Alton Merrell Phil Mikita Albert Miller Barbara Miller Dennis Miller jane Milley Daniel Moldovan Linda Montgomery Ben Moore rr ""'-I Larry Moore Sandra Morrow Stephen Morris Chicl Mosher David Mularchik William Murray Henry Mwandemere Richard Nasal David Nell Peggy Niner Comfort Nivabara Richard Nolle Michael Norton Nancy Osborne James Owen Receiving lines are a part of college life, too. 106 FRESHME E' I I , I 7 3 " 4 "i lip 1 11 1 ' N.. f . 2 XMLJ T' 107 Kendra Owen Randolph Padavich Linda Pardue William Parry Peggy Patterson Sharon Paugh Judy Pavlick Lynn Penchalk Dan Pesta Dave Peterson Sandra Phillips Kimberly Pierce Dick Pierson James Pilutti Linda Plisevich Linda Polen Robert Poto Susan Pyle Thomas Quick Robert Raines Nancy Ramsey Sheryl Reed Donald Reedy Carol Remaley Mary Jo Rhoads Patricia Richard Gordon Riddles Michele Riles Lynette Robb Nevin Roeder FRESHME Frank Romig Patti Romig Patty Ross Jeannine Rowe Stephanie Ruth Mount Union 7-2 this year. 3, , ' wg ,H 9 '- 1 F I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair. ,na . All u 5255: A-Lu, 23: il i, Y ya n ,Q an W ,J-'firli ea, P i -f, -r . -H., 1 '. 1, grit: -.LJ .Q V TF? i :j :'g.-' .: Rosalind Scherer ,, A X ' V N ,f -,Zu - -if,-,Q '-' 1 - F' V. Carol Schiifler M ' 'S f 7 A ,,-vggfgfsiit - 'L , Q , T - SA- " 'W' .- ' '-4-i ff? , x lun , ' Q - " ' on Schmitt m l - ., J-Ffa wig' . '- -' Qgpax if , E - wg w Eff -15-57' 1 .152 V 'j, "' L "-" fi: 5 MHUIYH Scholz Iggy 'gil-:Q 43, Elf-"' 5 15. , gf- 1-if - '-rf 1. g wmv - ,. --.L Thomas Sell cm-Jail 'ff .1 '- ,maxima x P L, -- L William Sharp Carol Shattuck Henry Sheets Joan Shepard Richard Sherer Nancy Siass Joyce Simmons Carol Siskind Len Slack Charles Smart W 108 ,mg X hi ' , FSF' :-- 4? at ' W fy J-1 , .344 See you at Christmas! X 'F ii W ,r 117, r , , .uv N X K., N x fy? gf, CIT. --. J wwm4"'gq R ' H . W H- N P 7 t K' -D! .L-.. - 15 3 f if .v ii w . ' 1, ,1 ' Z !-, M i , ,llf . difflil fi x Ui ' , jliifi .mg VA, 1, hcl -3 3 fm r 1 9 'Ji 1 Eff J 109 6 Laura Snyder Nancy Snyder Richard Snyder Patricia Spilios Bryan StaEord John Stadler Patricia Stanislaw Marilyn Steiner Terry Steinrnetz Catherine Stewart Jim Stolfer Rick Stradley Nancy Strauch Ron Strubbe Ronald Stuckey Judilynn Superfisky James Swaine Michael Sweeney Paula Swenson Lynda Swift Jeannie Tarves Diane Taylor Stephen Taylor Richard Thomas Carolyn Thompson Tim Thompson Lawrence Tobey Kathy Tomkinson Lynn Toronski Richard Tubaugh Tyler Turkle Richard Turner Thomas Turner James Twiss Sarah Vanaman Dean Varian Christine Vassily Suzanne Waggoner Barbara Wainwright Linda Webb Robert Whittemore Tom Wilkins Alfred Williams John Williams Judith Williams ' - "5 if-.bf 'IW 'Q 1 mm 6 Do I see a man on the floor? FRESHME Norman W1l11ams Marlene Wlllxs Jean Wilson Malcolm Wxlson Davld Wolpert Patrxcxa Wood Karen Woodmg Gordon Woolbert Sharon Woolf Janice Wrxght Gary Wulf Rocky Yeropoh Delores Zachlk Katherine Zantal Marcza Zarbaugh Sally Zuck Anton Zurbrugg Another Saturday rught for the Ket chem girls Wy ..-f 111 ,a .-e -... , wmxig WM, -,,,- , A VM Agia , wi 112 FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT The past twelve years have been a period of steady growth for Mount Union under the leadership of Dr. Carl C. Bracy. Through his guidance and intelligent plan- ning many aspects of his Program of the Sixties have been completed. Hoover-Price Campus Center, Cope Music Hall, newly opened McCready Hall, and the landscaping of the college lakes are all evidences of this program. He also serves Mount Union College as a dynamic representa- tive of the college when off campus. Dr. Bracy exempli- fies the traditional friendly spirit of Mount in his at- titude to both student and faculty members. -rf 5-. Dr- Ronald Weber Mr. Wilbur Couchie VICE-PRESIDENT BUSINESS MANAGER Dr. Ronald G. Weber, Vice-President of the college, has helped to make Mount Union what it is today by assisting Dr. Bracy. Rodman Theater, Crandall Art Studio, and Cope Music Hall are facilities made possible through his financial knowledge. Mr. Wilbur Couchie, Business Manager of the college, oversees the main- tenance and economy of the college. He works closely with the Vice-President on many financial details and solving financial problems. Contributing both mentally and materially to improving education is the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees. It is the main governing body of Mount Union's community and one of the most important administrative bodies of the college. .1 Row 1: Dr. Ralph Ramsayer, Mr. Richard McCuskey, president of the boardg Dr. Carl Bracy, Dr. Harry Weaver. Row 2: Dr. Paul Ward, Dr. George L. King, Mrs. C. J. Rodman, Mrs. Kenneth Cope, Mr. N. A. Cunningham, Mr. Emery Cook. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DEAN OF THE CGLLEGE UM arid fi I Mount Union welcomed a new Dean this year, Dr. John Birney Gross. He replaces Dr. Francis M. Christie who resigned after six years at Mount Union College. A 1948 graduate of DePauw University and former Dean of Florida Southern College, Dr. Gross earned his bachelor of divinity and master's of sacred theology de- grees at Drew University and his doctor of philosophy de- gree at George Peabody College. His duties include the upholding of academic stan- dards and educational policies. Dr. Gross advocates the three term system believing it to be a step forward in education. DEAN DEAN MEN WOMEN 'Sf Mr Terence S Taylor formerly ASS1Sf8Ht Dean of Men at Oh1o Weslyan jomed Mount Unxon s adrnmlstra t1ve staff 1n 1965 as the new Dean of Men He graduated from Oh1o Weslyan 1n 1958 wxth an AB degree After spendxng two and a half years ln the A11' Force Mr Taylor recexved h1s MA 1n 1962 from M1Chlg8H State Umversrty Dean Taylor works closely wlth the other Deans of the college and Dr Bracy 10 determmmg the adm1r11strat1ve polxcy of Mount Umon College MISS Jud1th McM1ll1n serves Mount Un1on as Dean of Women and D1rector of the Campus Center She has authorxty over soronty actnvmes and IS respons1b1e for the behavxor and housmg of Mounts Women Mlss MC Mlllln has spoken to VZFIOUS orgamzatlons both on and off the campus She also rece1ved the honor of bemg select ed for l1st1ng rn 1965 ed1t1on of Outstandmg Young Women of Amerrca Busy as she 15 Dean McM1l11n al ways has t1me to help students w1th the1r problems 77.55 M M WW,- 1 "' , I 11 Q1 ,NV V-L . 1, ' "nfl -:1, ,Q,j,j ' 5 X, ,af 4 7 ',, , ' il ff- 2 .,.5Zf'- ffif' A V W I :urs J Ml' - pf-,P 1 2 1 .mg V ' 5 :jgrc-ary? - Y . 3 , 35:5 1 1225. A ,J 'A . I , ' A.-5' "fri ,. Z p Vi I - mfg, -N ml in 'U gals? X l 1 bl Y NW? m ' Q -ff ll., gm' . . - V ' - j '? - , ' . l L - , - z - ,mu 1 3 g3jna'1mN',f1 V M 15534 I: .1 W 1 y , V A 1 . V -, S - -4 . 1 1 -5-il?" 'K , , 1 1 1' 1 - - Q1 1 . . , . . . ' . , . . . 9 ' ' . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . . U . . . . . ,, . . . . . , ' 117 ADMINISTRATIO Mrs. Dorothy Albert Educational Counselor and Campus Hostess ' Q Mig..-W Mr. William S. Banfield Alumni Secretary Mr. William Krahling Publicity Director l l il , ly . ,nw 12 - V- " sf ii' L- 5---LJLQEI lim ' f Emi pa f Q., ' - ,Aa . . f l' f. p zlf' "E, q A, V v i ' -' ,U ' ' 1l7.16i..'i -..f5:ff1!..- 'Ni' - '-1 - P- H' f V Ex 552521511 L K ly - X gl . r?J: , zzz . , H A- .c -a W L Miss Mary Lou Barclay Assistant to the Dean of Women Mr. Robert Keegan Slater Food Service Manager 118 Mr. Leroy Hildebrand Assistant Slater Manager :e,,,T Dr. Daniel Kibler Physician Dr. Reames H. Sales Chaplain and Professor of Religion and Philosophy 9 Z0 ll 72 i3 I6 17 TB I9 .UC 2 3253 Mr. David Sopp Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds u Icy? ,i ,asm - M Mr. Ernest A Sheetz . X,-,-, Director of Alumni Affairs 44, 'QM Mr. Yost Osborne Director of Library and Professor of Bibliography eff Mr. George K. Weimar Director of Admissions 119 il. T. W 41. w 1 , l' 'F 1 ' ul infix' Y ' Y 'V ,VH X ass Mrs. Marcella Patter R.N. Nurse ART Mrs. Philip Rice Assistant Professor of Arr Mr. Eric Johannesen Associate Professor of Art KW My picture! It's gone! I Jed Dr. Gertrude I-Iinsch A Associate Professor of Blology . 'qu W Z. Ay' 3, NHS ww u uw .fwwmumwww ,ms BIOLOGY l . 1' Q.. My . M ,H A , . Dr. Charles H. Brueske Mr George B Osterman Assisranr Professor Asslstant Professor of Biology 121 CHEMISTRY Dr. William M. Morgan Professor of Chemistry Dr. David R. Wright Associate Professor ur "' m 'u f '7.E9'5Fi is " Q ..3f. 'ff-ig, " .zff V ,' .Haul I , ' - via. ll? I , 4: Z 5 + w A Dr. Assi Truman D. Turnquist stant Professor ECONGMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Mr. Ray Diehl, Sr. Associate Professor of Economics Mr. Gilbert R. Stonesifer Professor of Economics Mr. James E. Hansz Instructor EDUCATIO AND PSYCHOLOGY Mr. Walter W. Webb Associate Professor of Education li S2553 Dr. Chester E. Bartram Professor of Education Mr. James D. Upson Assistant Professor of Psychology Mr. Ralph J. Daily Assistant Professor of Education 124 'NX xx.. Mr. Robert W. Tripp Associate Professor of Education 4 H Q'f,j, x 5 115-Q4 tl , .1 lf v ' ,Q u fu 1, , W N N H ,N . yi Y as .- N Www, Dr. William H. Porter, Ir. Professor of Sociology Mr. joseph Kerr Instructor of Sociology and of Psychology 125 SOCIOLOGY L-.-0.--Q Miss Georgia Sprinkle Assistant Professor of Education and Psychology 5 1 U i I is IN. z j ,' sl' E GLIH sa u , .4 M - .,-. Quik., x " 331- ' -'ifggl.'xiX?fai I ,gigfjilz f WCQQEE- ,-, napa, , 1 12 v,,. H gllu, ' .. ' ' uv- 4 -4.. .QU Mr. Donald F. Ernst Assistant Professor of English Dr. Paul Chapman Professor of English Mr. James T. Gallant Mr. Lyle Crist Instructor of English Associate Professor of English 126 F' l , P Mrs. Earl Fowler Assistant Professor of English Dr. Earl L. Russell, jr. Professor of English .I A' I ' QL x N Mr. john W. Nelson Dr. Mary Ellen Gilpatric Assistant Professor of English Assistant Professor of English Mrs. John Salfell Assistant Professor of English f vs,x-sn 31. GEOLOGY Dr. Wxllxam A. R1ce Professor of Geology Dr. Robert G. Wiese, Jr. Assistant Professor of Geology T HEALTH D PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Mr. Terry W. Parsons Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education and Head Basketball Coach L , Mr. jackson W. Raefeld Associate Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics Miss Marjorie Cooke Assistant Professor in Physical Education Mr. James H. Wuske Assistant Professor of Physical Education and track coach Mr. Kenneth Wable Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education and Head Football Coach Mr. William R. Dessecker Instructor of Physical Education 150 Mrs. Terry W. Parsons Instructor of Physical Education -fs HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr Robert E Bader Professor of Hxstory gg 'A' KA 55 in X Q' ,-ps' Dr George L Montagno Dr John E Saffell Professor of Polmcal Scxence and Hxstory and Professor of I-Instory Dxrector of Non western Area Studles 131 Q? F' 'Li 11 5 " As QF 35 T - ii L--- X gigs - :L 255. - as -E fiwmk ,H 3 ' -7 37' : 5' -" 1- ab' '1 ' 'H u if Mr. George A. Tune Assistant Professor of History and Political Science Mrs. Gustav Kostell Instructor of History Mr. Thomas R. Conrad Instructor of Political Science ATHE ATICS x 1 ' ANY' li ,. v4 V s . gy :V lf, 1, Q I l' '--fxli., V4 - V: ll Qflfi , ' A l Dr. Orely E. Brown Acting Professor of Mathematics ff 'Z' ooo' 'Moo' o o o o YF? ' ' f' ' 1 'I 'E'-ki I , A 'X - 5 ' V I I fl, - "" V2-L-fig :-gc .T-3' -1 57 lf ' 'w f " Q' ' 1 i . L ' Nj- ,L ,EL Q N 1: ' ' 'F f H -.H wlffn W ' o l' N N ' 1 . A. ' 'IE mx ,f T H .+.' if ' , . - , , 5 i I 5 f '- 1 - .M 2 f , gf. af- A F , -fa 'f J".f.Wa1w ml11"',W T N:g,,gQgi5.WQV..."', ' " , , -.Q .- ,jfs . "mg lg ' , mga ' , A '77 :.- .l v-.H ,, asm .' -- rw -1 ff. - .- 1 f 'l .I , ,si 4, ' - :wr ef y V .155 a. ' ' sf' - ' .Lt 9 : 1 I Y ' H , ' r U "-,. 1-E-15' Dr. William Glenn Clark Professor of Mathematics Mr. Barry D. Vogeli Assistant Professor of Mathematics MODER LA GUAGE ! is K, A . i-I Mr. Hugh I. Jae Instructor of French Mrs. William Zumbar Assistant Professor of Spanish w:,,'v: 1: ..,, W- -.., L , -' 3 ,, HL :.:.:.-E-51 ., M, 'fit -1:-7 , L - . f ' 6' " .Ss PMA f: . Q img., -' 1-if ' '- :SWE I I M U Q 1 1' .yur ,. - "H-.. . '-1 vw S, ' ' . J -ff,-:jpg N W , aff 'fn sts "' r ss. . NS"m'2 Q3 Mr. Slavko Sanko Instructor of French 154 c,,, f , , 7' nv mg Li"",1 - V n 'K 'I -' 5-L2 -6 If 4 ! I Dr. William H. Myer Professor of Modern Languages Mr. Joseph Overholt Instructor of German '13 11? 'T A Dr Vaslle Calesl Assocxate Professor .1--,,-..-- V 2 A bf- Dr Fred Oppermann Professor of German 135 Mrs Jacqueline Mxllerand Instructor of Spanish MUSIC Mr. Cecil T. Stewart Professor of Music Mr. Steven Malycke Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Carl H. Kandel Instructor of Music Mr. Arthur L. Lindstrom Assistant Professor of Music Mr. Kenneth I. Combs Instructor of Music M , ' lid 1,4 Y XA wi in A - 1.:,Y?5!:-5 Y Mr. William F. Currier Assistant in Department of Music Mrs. Robert Shaier Instructor of Music 4n'y A w ,as-is if Mr. Norman Summer Assistant of Music 137 Mr. Marshall Price Bailey Instructor of Piano and Organ Wim . V tgp ,Q V ga N. 1 ' - si. . - .. X 1: 1 ,Sag -W, .ama- M: ', M? , Y gg 1 -... ,. YQ, We VT 4 ,."'.', ,, wmv' -0-1, Lg! Q -N ss, . 4 ' ww RM , N , r K 'E - ' , 1 is Q , , Mrs. Charles Henschen Assistant in Harp ,g:', ,gg ,' Mrs. Arlin Tournoux Assistant in Piano w w X Eg 1.i1:'1Al "Wu " lx 1. Mrs. joseph Leven Assistant in Piano sf.: ff Q 'K f Q . If .t,'777'. nav ,sn . .1 vii' Z idx KY l "t U ' ' ' ' "1 , V - f ,J-. 7, ' ""."'--L Y 51 '-5' , ,- ,J . we -- Q -.- 9: 15:N'1F1,-'-- - -MM , f ,. in ffl M s . W fp- 1 1 fzsssa , ffzff' M' f, SP i f , i r as 1, X w H H V. , 158 1 PHYSICS Dr. F. J. Shollenberger Professor of Physics 1 x I u' m W ,N Dr. Y. F. Bow Assistant Professor of Physics Dr. James Rodman Associate Professor in Physics and Director of Clarke Observatory Dr. George Thomas Associate Professor of Religion .. L Dr. Wesley J. Vesey Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy RELIGIO A D PHILOSOPHY :Sammi Dr. Gunter Sommer Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 1- iw!!!- 53,3 Mr. Robert F. Falk Assistant Professor of Speech SPEECH AND DRAMA Dr. Jerald L. Banninga Assistant Professor of Speech and Coach of Debate Dr. James E. Vincent Assocxate Professor of Drama ii 142 ORGANIZATIONS 143 STUDE T SENATE bln T 1 ...Y.., v, f , ' 4 N - l Row 1: Alane Tackas, Kate Carr, Marilyn Axtmann. Row 2: Richard McLaughlin, james Pauver, Elizabeth Cassidy, Nancy Ward, Martha Glass. Row 3: Terry Marsh, Pamela Claytor, Susan Dugle, Pamela McCloskey, Kenneth Baillis, Richard Sells, Mark Hawkins. Row 4: Roger Clapp, Douglas Lamb, Glenn Haase, Carl Ralston, Jennifer Scot, Susan Girt, Regina Daniell. Row 5: Marcia Stauifer, Julianne Barrick, Corliss Conway, Sheryl Trudicks. Row 6: Lawson Smart, JeE Phillips, Judy Price. Row 7: Michael Lindamood, Philip Koppel, Gary Anderson, Jerry Lindahl, George Paidas, James Campbell, Craig Shoemaker, Dee Grapentine, Hayes Willis. Student Senate is the governing body of Mount Union College. It acts as an intermediary between the faculty and the student body by bringing to the students the college policies which guide campus activities. Membership includes two representatives from each Greek organization, two representatives from ISA, ten members-at-large chosen by the student body, and one representative from each campus organization. The Senate meets bi-monthly to discuss student complaints and opin- ions which serve as a guide for the members in policy formation. Budget allotments are given to organizations of the campus through the Senate treasury. The Senate supervises all-campus elections and sponsors annual social events such as Homecoming, Mardi Gras, May Day, and Illumination Night. This year they also chartered buses for trips to various athletic events for the student body. Denver Werstler, vice president, Wilham Jones, presidentg Janis Sprengel, recorderg james Schory, treasurer. mr-'L,f-' -'54-iv, .irT..,-r-"f . ' '?:iSI1 :, .'!.-'e el 5- +5--1,,.v 1? 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" 'dt --I .s. .-1 ugh' 1, 'QQ "'- 165' if-v lg.-L-'.' 7 . 5 ll, ffQffT1.4..4' ' ff H . - 1"-.lj SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE The purpose of the Socxal L1fe Comm1ttee IS to plan the campus socll calendar The group dtscusses problems and new 1deas to 1mprove Mounts social hfe Members are representatlves from each campus organ1zat1on and are capably adv1sed by Dean McM1ll1n TUDE T ACTIVITIES COUNCIL The Student ACIIVICICS Counc1l IS the organization wh1ch sponsors socxal events for the Campus Center Included rn these act1v1t1es are an all campus pmg pong and pool tournament budge lessons, mlxers, and speclal events such as Sprmg Fever Day 145 Jnm Howenstme Dr Charles Brueske Kathy Rea Mr Wxllxam Banfneld Nancy Ward Dean McM1111n Son me Hopkins Mrs R Kos tell Maureen Cassxdy Judy Kerns Dean Taylor, Dean Gross Der .fer Werstler Bob Wood Dlane Poorman M1ss Bar clay Drew Foster Rxck Paxntmg Kay Hamlxn Con me Weber Gretchen Van Almen Sonme Hopltms Bob Sargent . . . . . . . . , I 5 , . s 9 ' 2 . I , , . , A. I ' y s A ,, I ' -I 1 , -y f so "'I'A'5ff,i7' - ' l . - 1 V 'M W1 - , I ..'.4 " 1' I " 2: :, 22. ' M ' ' .J pf I 2 - 'L -11" - ' 7 ' Qlff. 'J'-L-"" , WS- 4- ' a, e .-,VZ E ,I JI vt-, .1 A f.-., 3,-5,31-I Q, . ,. 1 'nh 'NTL' J V 'Y 'lu -..' ,TAT i f H1 Y I '-'F "H . , tl L I . I' g- ' 1 xl . . 1 x ' Zz' U - 1' If . tri: f . Y , :EA rj I . F ,ss- Ir . .A ' 5' 1 1 , . 1 , n , I 1 1 ' 7 . v ' s A n n 1 s I ' l u I , . 3 PEK Row 1: Barbara Bacon, Judy Willour, Miss Bar- clay, Julie Bethel, Janis Sprengel. Row 2: Linda Moxley, Carol Nelson, Barbara Barstow. Absent from picture: Anne O'Connor, Jane Wehner, Charlotte Sampson. P E K S P E K 1 5 I Il S -:M-1 Peks, the sophomore women's honorary, is composed of ten outstanding Women of the freshman class. Members are selected in the spring term of their freshman year on merits of scholarship, campus activities, student relations, and integrity. The organization sponsors many service and special projects. The Rides Board, Campus Tours, and Campus hostesses are managed by Peks in addition to the "Peks Peek In the Past" Dynamo column recalling traditions and legends at Mount Union and other small colleges. Advisor to the organization is Miss Mary Lou Barclay. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Freshman women with a 3.5 average comprise Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman scholastic honorary. The society sponsored a Big Sis- Little Sis Brunch and a tea honoring freshman women who graduated from high school in the top IOWJ of their class. Their activities for the year also included babysitting for faculty members, sponsoring a luncheon in honor of newly-selected Blue Key and Lauriger members, and presenting certificates to all senior women who have maintained their 3.5 average. Alpha Lambda Delta presents the Maria Leonard Book Award to the senior woman with the highest accumulative average. 146 Row 1: Marge Maloney, Nancy Bonstell, Sandy Mageras, Linda Wachsman, Mary Ann Renner, Mrs. Cecil Stewart, Linda Moxley, Penny Rankin, Sue Gobeli, Joan Barclay, Brenda Beeney. Row 2: Sally Crane, Julie Bethel, Janet Ringel, Dreamalee Divers, Jean Eeagd, Jane Wehner, Judy Shep- ar . Membership in Lauriger, the senior women's honor- ary, is the highest academic honor a Mount Union woman can achieve. The society "taps" ten women in the spring from the junior class. The members are chosen by the recommendation of the faculty and a unanimous vote of the active chapter. Membership is based on character, leadership, scholarship of a 3.0 or above, and service. Lauriger members assisted at Freshman orientation, Dad's Day, and other college functions. They also sponsored "Lauriger Lectures", faculty children Halloween and Easter parties, holiday baskets for the needy families, and trips to cultural events. Dean McMil1in serves as advisor for the group. CZ? Row 1: Gary Anderson, Ron Lynn. Row 2: David Guy, Law- son Smart. Row 5: Loel Callahan, Denver Werstler. Row 4: Terry Moreland, David Webb. LAURIGER Row 1: Vicki Eackles, Paula Bost- wick. Row 2: Pam Evans, Jane Mox- ley, Beth Johnson, Anita Richmond. Row 3: Marilyn Hartman, Linda Bellingham, Julie Grimm. BLUE KEY Blue Key is the senior men's national honor fra- ternity. Qualification for membership is based on qualities of leadership, character, service, and scholar- ship. Approval must also be granted by the Dean of the College, the Dean of Men, the Registrar, and the senior members of the organization. The duties of Blue Key this year included assisting in the orien- tation program and registration. In joint cooperation with the Men's Dorm Council, the honorary spon- sored the Men's Banquet which reviewed the year's activities and recognized the Outstanding Senior Man. VOICE OF MOUNT UNION A year's planning and efforts were culminated in the first broadcast of the Mount Union Radio Station on january 10, 1966. This venture was supported financially by Student Senate and the College. From the studio, located in the basement of Miller Hall, transmissions are sent to all major residences. Mount Union Radio provides an opportunity for students to acquire broadcasting skills and also provides a variety of entertainment and educational programs. E Q tv wifi T Hu - W it at-an INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Ed Perkins, Jane Thomas, Sheryl Trudicks, Mr. Tune ,fl Dee Grapentine, Station Manager, Dr. Rodman, Co-Advisor. International Relations Club, organized to gain a deeper understanding of politics and international relations in today's world, is aiiiliated with regional, state and national International Relation Clubs and has had a role in the ntional conventions. I.R.C. is open to any interested stu- dent. Many programs were sponsored this year by the club including lectures by Mr. John Akar from Sierre Leon, Werner vonHollenben, German Counsel, Dr. S. B. Asea, Ambassador from Uganda and Dean Lerch from American University. 148 P1 Kappa Delta IS the natronal forensxc honorary Members are chosen on the basrs of outstandlng work xn debate and other speech actxvmes Newly establ1shed 1n 1964 the club partxcxpates ln nat1onal and local tournaments and 1S capably advlsed by Dr Banmga and Mr Trxpp Representatwes annually attend the natxonal P1 Kappa Delta convenuon wh1ch wxll be held 1n Vermont th1s year A banquet IS held for the members mn the early sprmg gi-1-1-'Q-Sagas rf V A 1.,' 'Q Row 1 Glenn Haase Leeda Marsh Julie Grlmrn Row 2 Marrlyn Hosken Ed Tan Ed March Jun Wagoner KAPPA DELTA What a way to spend a Fu day night' 149 J:-1' 7 'T l ' ' l ' f , - ' "1" ai?-V - D Qu H l l ' 'N a Z e -a , f , X. P - '. ge' 3, -ii! 1 al W Elf. 1' Qty v- re, p H M I ' ,,"' I my a ll Q V1 P N I 1 ,, a PI KT? n r- -x F ,Q F v' y FI' f I ill. . 'tit 'Hi , 'G lf' A L2 y,,k , A mil. .wi v -4 - ' 9 I , . . l 3 Q , . M. 4- li if 'Lx 1 -K --I ffl James Fox, Judy Miao, Nancy Barnwell, Dr. Porter, Sachie Nagato, Karen Grant, Patricia Zugcic, Terry Morlan. Row 1: Mark Doty, Hayes Willis, Tom Sell, Bill Hartman, John McDowell, Bill Clarkson. Row 2: Tom Schmitt, Dave Stewart, Roger Clapp, Rick Hickerson, Noel Hess. PHI GAMMA MU A history honorary, Phi Gamma Mu, was established on Mount's campus this year and inducted into the National Social Science honorary at the end of May. Membership requirements include a 3.0 accumulative average and a major in social science, political science, history, or economics. This group is advised by Dr. Porter. ALPHA PHI OMEGA rw S W 1 Q 'll Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, is open to all Mount Union men interested in serving the college and community. This year the fraternity sponsored a Blood Drive, helped in the area tornado disaster, and took the children of the Alliance Children's Home to a baseball game. They also undertook a drive to collect books for countries of Southeastern Asia. 150 The purpose of the Panhellen1c Councrl IS to act as the govern1ng body over the four sororxtxes on campus and to promote cooperative mterfratermty relatrons The counc1l IS composed of representatwes from each sororrty These women determlne the soror1ty rushmg rules and take an actlve part rn the rnterfratermty soc1al funct1ons Thls year the councrl dxscussed the poss1b1l1t1es of deferred rush for future years Once agann, the Pan hellen1c Councrl held a summer tea for mcommg freshmen and sponsored the annual Pledge D1nner PA HELLENIC COUNCIL Floor Sue Gut Paula Bostwxck Carole Robb Margxe Jardine Row 2 Joan Thomas Dianne Poorman Row 5 Lxnda Bellmgham, Barrre Smrth Manlyn Hartman Barbara Weaver Standxng Jane Moxley, Julie Grxrnm l Row 1 R1c Johnson B111 Barny, Terry Marsh Dave Guy, Glenn Haase Row 2 Butch Foster Jxm Schory Bob Davls Denms Herrman Advlsor Dean Taylor Jxm Howenstme Chxck Kennedy Chet Bojanowskr Bob Snnson I TERFRATER ITY COUNCIL The major goal of the Interfratermty Counc11 15 to 1mprove the overall fratermty system on Mount s campus Under the drrectron of Dean Taylor, advxsor, and Presxdent Butch Foster, I F C has sought to make the Mount Unxon students aware of the advantages of fraternxty 11fe This year I F C sponsored the new deferred rush system Other act1v1t1es mcluded the rush booklet for freshmen men, waste dxsposals on campus, and the annual IF C dance . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . I 7 9 9 9 . : , 2 ' ' I - - il ' - -l.....,,,,.. - if ' - . . . . . ' s s I . . . , . , ' I' a l Q I 9 , .: ' 1 a 9 ' ' ' ' 5 ' n . . . . . OMEN'S DORM COUNSELUR Row l: Karen VanVoorhis, Jane Fong, Leeda Marsh, Pam Evans, Linda Reeder. Row 2: Jill Henry, Onadell Bly, Nancy Brumbaugh, Sally Crane, Nancy Ward. Row 3: Carolyn Rea, Jane Moxley, Barbara Weaver, Dean Mc- Millin, Joyce Gibb, Sue Girt, Connie Weber. Being capable and responsible are two characteristics of the Women's Dorm Counselors. It is their job to set an example and supervise the actions of the girls on their lloor. Some serve as resident counselors, taking charge of eight to twelve girls and acting as housemothers. 4 w , iiizmsfii , M . , MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL ' A l . I , - Row 1: William Tausz, Bob Bragdon, Dean Taylor, Advisory Charles McCall, Terry Marsh, Dave Marconi, Peter Sun, Peter Russell, Carl Ralston, Robert Alger. Row 2: Dee Grapentine, Jack Yeager, Tom Franks, Jim Owen, Evan Conrad, Michael Mulfet, Bob Becker, John Weaver, Frank Sachire, Phil Koppel, Loel Callahan, john Kobal, Bob McClain, Ken Swisher, Forrest Bachtel, Les Peine, Torn Shipley. Not pictured: Ed March. Comprised of representative dorm counselors, assist- ant counselors, and dorm representatives, the Men's Resi- dence Council functions to promote the welfare and over- all development of Mount Union men. The Council also assists in supplying recreational and educational facilities in the men's dorms and in co- operating with the Slater Food Service, provide coffee and sandwiches during final exams. ASSOCIATED OMEN STUDE TS Row 1 Sally Cost Barbara Potyka Alane Tackas Paula Lauderbaugh Barrle Smxth Row 2 Dean McMxll1n advlsor Tarl TIRVIS Sheryl Trudlcks Marxlyn Axtmann Anlta Rlch mond Barbara Weaver Row 5 Kate Carr Dlane Quxnn Pat Barr Anne OConnor Margaret Grow Judy Mxao Nancy Ward Row 4 Pam Creedon Barbara Konmg Chrlstxe Smxth Marilyn Hartman Lmda Moxley Mlllxe Jones Sue Porter Carol Lrebersbach Ann Pm Lnn Row 5 Kathleen Rea Chrxstme Mayer Dxane Marchlone Dreamalee Dwers Barbara Barstow Lmda Bellxngham Conme Weber Beth Cassxdy The Assocrated Women Students IS composed of all women on Mounts campus The representatxves meet to tron to th1s, they sponsor several actrvrtres mcludxng culture meetmgs and the Womens Day Banquet The AWS yud1c1a1 board functxons as a dxscxplmary body Its govermng members have the respons1b1l1ty of the actlons of Mount Unron women by enfotclng the rules and regulatlons set up by the AWS Wigan JUDICIAL BOARD Row I Paula Lauderbaugh Amta Richmond Manlyn Hartman Connie Weber Row 2 Marilyn Axtman Linda Bellingham, Nancy Ward, Sue Porter 153 I , Q , . ,I 8 a y ' , . 5 s 7 9 ' . .9 . . 7 , . ' - - : , ' 7 u ' U , 1 ' ' 1 . 2 , ' . ' l : . . ' . 7 - , 1 1 a 9 S ' lv- 1' 1 - . ' , make and revise campus rules and regulations. In addi- 'lu I 0 u Q u 1 l 0 l M T: I c u A 1 1 1 1, l I n , 1. , . : , AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY The American Chemical Society is Mount's student branch of the National American Chemical Society. The organization conducts its meetings and activities for the benefit of those with a professional interest in chemistry. Programs this year included a field trip and guest speakers from the field of professional chemistry. Mrs. Hollaway serves the group as faculty advisor. H S.N.E.A. Row 1: Linda Reeder, Dr. Bartram, Marilyn Hosken. Row 2: Diane Poorrnan, Jill Henry. Row 1: Mrs. Hollaway, Virginia Burkey, Bob Murphy, john Solomon, Choo Hee Song. Row 2: Walter Michael, Torn Swaine, Drew Foster, Ken Adams, John Petretich. Row S: Karen Albert, Lynette Davis, Emil Ziegler, Bruce Hartzell, Bill Jones, Peter Sun. Row 4: Lawson Smart, Dr. Wright, Mr. Turnquist, Dr. Morgan, John Weaver. The Student National Education Association is an organization for those interested in a teaching career. These future teachers are presented with a well- rounded program of activities and speakers which enable them to gain knowledge of the teaching profession. Such programs this year included: a panel of children, a speaker discussing the gifted child, and a panel of student teachers telling of their experiences. The group is under the direction of Dr. Bartram. 154 This year's edition of Mount's literary magazine, the Calliope was published under the supervision of editor, Susan Battles and editorial board with the advice of Mr. Lyle Crist and Mr. Eric johannesen. This superior publication which includes the art and literature of Mount's students sparks interest in ap- preciation for the arts. The Calliope gives talented students an opportunity to express their creativity. CALLIOPE X Freshmen entering Mount Union realize that the Freshman Handbook is of value in acquainting them with the traditions, policies, and additional pertinent facts related to the colle e. The students also benefit b the review of the 8 Y P freshman class as ictures of all new students are rovided. The Student Senate P P published this year's edition with the assistance of editors Meredith Denny and Paula Root. H I l'l or 155 w ' ' . , ' Lamke. FRESHMA HA DBOOK Paula Root, Meredith Denny Row 1: Susan Battles Row 2 Kathy Roth Jill Henry, Nancy Lieder Onadell Bly -Sue McCoy Row 3 Sue Liebschner, Nancy Stewart Bruce Krogh Stephanie Haden, Linda Webb Linda -' Moxley, Gail Gavert Kitty Moncrief. Standing Tom Young, janet Hirsch Ty METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT Larry Cox, president, leads M.S.M. in dis- NEWMAN CLUB The Methodist Student Movement is interested in promoting greater Christian unity on Mount's campus. The group plans interesting discussions and stimulating speakers which are open to the campus every Sunday evening. This year's programs included a discussion of the playboy philosophy and Eric Fromm's book The Art of Loving. General projects of MSM are the publication of Impact, tutoring at the Fairmont's Children Home, and the addition of a paperback library to the MSM room. Larry Cox is president of the group and Dr. George Thomas serves as advisor. The Newman Club is a group organized for all Catholic students to guide the development of their faith through college. Established at Mount Union in 1964, the chapter is open to all Catholic students in good social and academic standing who desire to meet other students of the same faith. Activities in- cluded programs by faculty and various religious speakers, communion break- fasts, and a weekly car pool to Mass. Social events included picnics, bowling parties, and trips to other Newman chapters. Father Lody is advisor and Mrs. W. Zumbar is faculty advisor. Sally Rich, Pat Stanislaw, Father Lody, Mr. Thomas, advisor, Dick Schillig, Karen Riggs, Nancy O'- Connor, Karen Grant. as OMEN'S RECREATIO ASSOCIATIO Row l: Kate Carr, Karen Mullett, Karen Albert. Row 2: Barb Wolfram, Kandee Baldensperger, Lynette Davis. Row 3: Sara Geekie, Suzanne Lang, Pat Malloy, Hazel McDonald. Row 4 Gretchen VanAlmen, Merrie Matson, Karen Heiniger. Competition, sportsmanship, and fair play comprise the ideals of the Women's Recreation Association. The organization, open to women students interested in the wide variety of offerings in the sports area, provides competitive activities throughout the academic year. In addition to the intramural sorority program, WRA sponsors the inter-collegiate basketball, volleyball, and softball teams. A successful year was brought to a close with the Spring Banquet honoring outstanding members with letters and numerals. Row 1: Bill Kimmel, Dick Rose, Bruce Harris, Mort Krahling, Dave Kraft, Mike Lindamood, Dan Waller. Row 2: Keith Hick- man, Jeff Phillips, jeff Henry, Terry Marsh, Frank Sachire, Tim Filkill, John Rhodes. Row 3: Chet Bojanowski, Larry Graves, Larry Gross, Ron Hoyt, Bob Siefers, Ron Weaver. Row 4: Tom Shadrick, Tom Grishow, Gary Anderson, Larry Keister, Don Herriott, Dave Culver, Don Butler. Row 5: Milt Gess, Carl Rals- ton, Gary Woodling. Row 6: Jim Fox, Ron Lynn, Phil Heim, Dave Darr, Gary Fisher, Jack Bernosky, John Peaspanen, George Paides, Roger Clapp, Wayne Menz, Charles Delinks, Ralph Her- zog, Karl Schneider, Mickey Mulfet, Jack Yoder, Lon Gaumer, Dick Ross, Bob McClain, Loel Callahan, Rick Johnson, jeff Roud, Ed Carcelli, Craig Erbland, Mel Reed. The "M" Club honors those athletes having earned a varsity letter in any sport and who are able to main tain a 2.0 academic average. The purpose of the organi zation is to encourage maximum and wholesome particr pation in athletic events. This year the "M" Club sponsor ed fund-raising campaigns for the United States Olympic team and the Ernie Davis Leukemia Fund. "M" CLUB L - 3 1 .-as Q 3: H- -"'- 'wwf -4- if 'S - viii "f' -Q v sv 9 0 -4:-f FPR 1: .W .E ' V 0: ,.,. Q0 v 4 5' -49 3Hg vQ'g 9 Q Q 3' we LI, f- r,f:f'v4"' ' , , -L 3 gqklnf- . , . '- , , V - V CHAPEL CHOIR Hxghlxghtmg chapel servrce was the weekly performance of the chapel cho1r Thls mnety member cho1r dlrected by Mr Cecxl Stewart also presented a pop concert 1n the Sprmg Members are selected on elther h1gh school and church choxr experxence or by a placement audmon CHORALE Vrvaldns Glor1a was the years Chnstmas pre sentauon by the Mount Unlon Collegrate Chorale Th1s group composed of college students faculty and admlmstratxon also presented a Sprmg concert 1n cluclmg arrangements by the brass cho1r and vocal group selections The dxrector rs Mr Cec11 Stewart and the organxst 15 Miss V1Ck1 Eackles 159 . Q . 0 . - ,9 ' 9 . . s . . . . s N ' 0 N ' ii I ' . 1 1 D , . . - . . - . . . . . New on Mount's campus this year is Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a men's profes- sional music fraternity. It was or- ganized to advance the cause of music to others and to bind together men with this common interest. Men are chosen on their interest in music, willingness to perform for an audience and scholastic standard. The fifteen members presented a recital of American Music. Mr. Carl Kandel is the advisor. Row 1: Hugh Templeton, Les Peine, Ken Ferris. Row 2: Bruce Fergason, Mr. Lind- strom, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Summer, Joe Judge. Row 3: Jim Lang, Jerry Pim, Glen Shellham- mer, Dave Dusing, Dan Thyng, Mike Bloor, john Gates. , PHI MU ALPHA SINFO IA Row 1: Sue Porter, Ellen Donaldson, Carol Crebs, Winona Burnworth, Bette Bodley. Row 2: Kay Chapman, Christine Mayer, Charlotte Wheeler, Karen Workman, Leeda Marsh, Sue Girt, Kristina Dreifort, Joyce Gib, Advisor Miss Tournoux. PHI EPSILO 160 Mu Phi Epsilon is a professional music sorority for women who desire to serve others through music. This organization is open to all music majors and minors who excell in leadership, and scholarship and enjoy music. These women present two annual recitals, in January and April. The fifteen members helped with a class of re- tarded children at the Union Avenue Methodist Church and assisted the Junior Music Club of Alliance in giving concerts. They also arranged receptions after recitals. MIQES. ORCHESTRA The Mount Un1on College Orchestra IS composed not exclusrvely of rnusxc majors but also 1ncIudes many s u dents who are xnterested 1n musxc and enyoy perfornung Wnth the enthus1ast1c able guxdance of Mr Kenneth Combs the orchestra has mcreased 1n s1ze and m repertolre Thxs group presented rn December a concert w1th the Collegmte Chorale wh1ch xncluded works by Mozart Haydn and Anton1o V1va1d1s Glorza CONCERT BAND -'-v--ig. The Mount Umon Concert Band provrded musxc for May Day Alumnae Day and the annual commencement concert Th1s year they sponsored a 1o1nt concert wxth Wooster a ftrst in Mounts h1story The band IS under the dlrectxon of Mr Kandel and Mr Malycke 161 jllj. -A - -.WV 'V Y - -A , mu W I - 9 t ' . , . , . 7 . . ., . , . , "..g,c.,, -f 'V V ' , N - , Q ,,,ig,'-,"'f7 ' J A. 1 , , ,. ,N 1: - -1 :L -, w 1 ' YW' 'V ,. L "uv "" , 2 Q . 1, ' .- w ' fr' ' A C r , Q., 1' 2 ' '.. ,, X I I 1 - , Q ix' F ,ggi , ' 7 7 . . , . . . . , . OMEGA Row 1: Shirley Smead, Susan Pope, Susan Battles, Bill Resek, Bette Bodley, Linda Reeder, Row 2: Butch Bachtel, Wally Poure. Under the direction of Mr. Robert F. Falk and Dr. James Vincent, the Mount Union Players provide wide opportunity for stimulating and intriguing dramatic pro- duction. Mr. Eric Johannesen and Mrs. Philip Rice also assist in scenery and costume design. The fundamental ideal of the organization is to present challenge, not only to the actors, but to increase the cultural appreciation of the audience. Alpha Psi Omega, the national dramatic honorary, bases its membership upon students who show outstanding act- ing and staging abilities and have earned the required fifty points. Organized on the campus approximately thirty- five years ago, the fraternity sponsors one play each year under the direction of Mr. Robert Falk, speech and dra- matics professor. MOU T UNION PLAYERS 'VX HJ. T '34 3 l Li -11- Row l: Karen Hudson, Ed Zapatka, Nancy Good, Susan Battles, Bill Resek, Martha Heck, Elaine Williams, Susan Pope, Kenneth Holyoak. Row 2: Hubert Hothem, Joan Kiefer, Barbara Wainwright, Cathy Coleman, Camilla Laughlin. Row 3: Donald Menz, Linda Reeder, Annette Skinner, Sandra Kreger, Juliet Lilga, Kathleen Hunter, Joan Barclay, Jane Lamphier, Tom Young, Shirley Smead, Paul Ganyard. Row 4: John Ferris, James Lunsford, Dr. Vincent, advisor, Mr. Falk, advisor, Jerry Davis, Forrest Bachtel, Bruce Krogh, Holly Lampman. 162 DEBATE Research IS an lntegral part of debate Floor Jayne Reed Lynn Penchalk Row 2 Glenn Haase Ed March Camllla Laughlin Tom Nehs, 11m Wagoner An enthus1ast1c and hard Workmg group of Mount Union students composed the debate team thls year The ment agenc1es tn the U S should be given greater freedom ln the mvestlgatxon and prosecutxon of cnme The team debated Wlth Ohxo State, Harvard Capxtol, and Notre Dame, as Well as part1c1pat1ng 1n the Nat1onal Debate Tournament 1n Chlcago l debate topic for the year was "Resolved That law enlorce- . . , 7 I I 163 DYNAMO l l 1 I 1 i Orff Mike Lindamood, lst. term editor, Ron "Mort" Krahling, associate editor. N XA . Carol Robb, Bill Clarkson, Sue Dugle, Kathy Roth, Connie Weber 164 i DYNAMO ASSOCIATIO im?-I 4,414 Seated Lmda Polen Standmg Nancy Osborne Row 1 Rxchard Sells Carol Anderson, Lynn Underwood James Llotta, Sue Dugle Mnke Lmdamood Row 2 Advisor, Mr Krahlmg, Ron Krahlmg Among Mount Un1ons var1ed pubhcatxons, students may antlcrpate an accurate coverage of local news and events wlth the weekly publlcatron of the Dynamo, the college newspaper The edntor 1S supported by a corn petent staff of students servmg the assoc1at1on as re porters, copywr1ters, page ed1tors, and colummsts Wxth the asslstance of then' adv1sor, Mr Wxllxam Krahlmg, the Dynamo staff produces an effectwe and mformatxve newspaper The Dynamo Assocratxon IS the pohcy formxng com nuttee for the campus newspaper Actrve part1c1pat1on on the staff for one year xs a necessary prereqmsrte for membershrp ' 1 f- fr YU 1 1- ' N -,J 1, .,,, .- , X -X - 1 ' ' ,, l IN I ,Q My , , l In k gg? If . ' 4 ,1 I .Y 5 .- X l. 55 "UI - ' ' xf. J- 1, .' - 1 7 A X V WM- f 1. x Y- ,K . VJ, Ay . . :.- ' ' - e .-""""" -7 ' . ,A ' lr V W, , s . J 1-.. ' 'V' ' - F" . . : . ' 71, - , - V ' -V - - -,N , FK . - ', . , sl. ,n , Y ,,,,,nK ,,,,g'm, , jg' - lv' ' 'M ' ' -----f.A- - - fu' Z ' 'lv'-pq-.-F - -I ,gi-ff-4 21.-1 .-as ' . , f li Jef, -- jill 1 , 2 . .. ' ' '-ij:-4."lZf3 1 :'-. w' 'gm ' ,S " ' lfilif: ., W gif? --1' 'wif 1- un.: - ' 1 D , ,' . . I ,rl 'pci-'1. 1 -Z: 1 - .. .v .5 ':.J1.1y. 5 ' ' 2: -' , 3 w , :Vial 1 , ,' wg f 1:11 . l N ,N jggkg E , . . , . . . -, , . ,,, . . . . S V 1 I u , 1 -- , . . . . . . . . . . . r-' Y- I . , l. -' ' wg ' ' W , I- V , -.-4, -,,Ef,.,,,,iw....' 1 " 'uf 'L'- lll llllm W . . UNONIAN Row 1: Suzanne Lang, Judy Jolley, Tallie Vance, Kathy Frisk, Nancy Stewart, Becca Shilts, Gail Opatrny, Mr. Hansz. Row 2: Julie Barrick, Carolyn Koppel, Linda DuBois, Sue Kurtz, Marsha Seely, Darlene Anthony, Kathy Parks, Sara Geekie, Cathy Karlson, Sandy Mageras, Dee Zachik, Marylou Simpson. Row 3: Ed March, Connie Weber, Barbara Potyka, Jane Morris, Bonnie Shears, Sue Gobeli, Dan Hartman, Jim Watson, Alan Abegglen, George Paides, Jane Fursey. Jim Smith Row 1: Linda Silvis, Kathy Clark, Tila Parker, Beryl Berger, Pat Day, Judy Kures, Kitty Moncrief, Beth Philippbar. Row 2: Karen Corbett, Barb Wolfram, Karen Grant, Lynn Powell, Sonnie Hopkins, Jennifer Scott, Margaret Stoops, Dianne Poorman, Don Paul. Row 3: Joyce Romig, Bill Morris, Chet Bojanowski, Bill Barny, john Brown, Howard Leist, Nancy Good, Jim Fauver. Photographer . max:-r z 'Jizz r .31 . .7 . 1. F N, ER. Sue McCoy Associate Editor 'T 47 Julie Grimm Editor iv- 'el . xr ,, ' his wi, .:, re acts? . 'A ,wr 1 m -.J w e ,, Y V k - ,. , , .,. I 5 I, 1 J W 'Q N' r W . v Judy Price Associate Editor Pictures to take, deadlines to meet, photographs to proportion, pages to draw and type, copy to write, all this is included to make one yearbook. To those who worked many hours on this endeavor, it will mean more than a bookg it will mean an accomplish- ment. Under the direction of editor Julie Grimm, as- sociate editors Susan McCoy and Judy Price, the new Unouian advisor Mr. James Hansz, and the staff, new ideas have brought new ways of recalling old memories. Department Heads Sue Dugle, Pam McClosky, jill Henry 168 GREEKS r do ALPHA bl A i CHI 3. w A I V f OMEGA B A . Q A U 49 1. Stephanie Haden 2. Judy Jones Q la 3. Suzanne Lang I 3 .7 I 4. Barb Potyka P A 5 6 y 5. Sue Ellen Kurtz 4 6. Rinda Grohe U ' 7. Beth Coates ' ' 8. Linda Silvis 9. Glenda Stoops 10. Sally Leatherberry 11. Judy McCauley ' 12. Linda Garside 170 .1 'xl Linda DuBois Helen Weingard Charlene Smith Patty Rickard Diane Gouger Carolyn Bott Lynne Steffen Sue Evans Darla DeBee Peggy Niner Kay Kobbe Nancy Snyder Debby Brenner Rosemary Warren Sheryl Reed Jackie Gotschall Judy Kurtz Carole Robb Lynn Toronski Joyce Gib Carolyn Davis Nancy Strat-ton Marcia Stauffer Margaret Stoops Kay Martin Kathy Parks Sondra Hopkins Tila Parker Sally Neorr Janet Ringle Sue Gobeli Janet Thompson Pat Mack Jean Bechdel Rose Marie Arbanas Kathy Beall Sally Zuck Julie Barrick Bonnie Shears Diane Poorman Roslyn Scherer Nancy Ashcom Pat Canon Joette Bartram Evelyn Grohe Nancy DeSantos Karen King Joan Thomas Lynne Underwood Carole Anderson 171 li x I X M w X M B I K B 172 ALPHA DELTA PI Marsha Brown Beth Johnson Margaret Vorhis Barb Weaver Marilyn Hosken Barb Boyd Pam Craig Jill Henry Dianne Brooker Katherine Carr Sue Liebschner MN. . ff Janet Lewis Gail Opatrny Sally Cost Linda Bellingham Susan Battles Bette Bodley Pat Malloy Mildred Jones Dody Edgar Margie Bryan Carol Nelson Pam Creedon Judy Williams Susan Norris Pat Carter Jan Brown Kandee Baldensperger Carol Mayes Terry Snavely Carol Washburn Charlet-te Sampson Christine Mayer Judy Willour Suzanne Waggoner Bonnie McGowan Connie Cloyd Cheryl Gross Barb Barstow Donna Colvin Merrie Matson Priscilla Lawson Susan Girt Jan Shultz Jennifer Scott Sue Porter Sharon Schaaf Betsy Reed Nancy Lieder Mary Jane Crook Pat Epps Laura Snyder Jane Milley Judy Kures Pat Stanislaw Gail Gavert Julie Bethel Joyce Simmons Beryl Berger 173 W ALPHA A f,5i7Q9aF5?f Q x W XI .v ,lggg 174 fr tn' r Linda Sport Carolyn Koppel Mary Lou Simpson Pat Spilios Karen Grant Pam McCloskey Sue Dugle Julie Grimm Rebecca Shilts Bee Walkingshaw Mary Wilson Jan Sprengel Pam Engle: Jane Fursey Nancy Ward Phyllis Kohring Paula Bostwick Elaine Dean Sally Koma Nancy Strauch Kathy Thompkinson Carolyn Wise Jane Morris Barb Koch Linda Swift Lynn Powell Bonnie MacFayden Janis Boster Tari Travis Deloris Zachik Betty Jones Kathy Cassidy Ruth Reyer Maureen Cassidy Carol Shattuck Kathy Clark Karen Corbett Sue Perdue Sharon Mahan Kimberly Pierce Paula Root Meredith Denny Corliss Conway Nancy Brumbaugh Marcy Callahan Marianne Brunning Jean Noble Catherine Karlson Anne O'Connor Barb Wolfram 175 :R . T . , 176 DELTA DELTA DELTA Linda Cailor Chris Buzzi Neva Jones Joyce Romig Alane Takacs Cathy Franks Jane Moxley Janet Brown Barb Bacon Peggy D'Isidoro Barrie Smith Sandy Vance Mary Jo Pizzino Nancy Jo Schaier Jennifer Kline Margie Jardine Ann Massie Sharon Keefe Pat Olds Christy Smith Becky Garrison Reba Albright Kathy Anderson Emily Steffe Janet Hirsch Jane Ann Erich Peggy Wicks Tallie Vance Ty Larnke a Marcia Zarbaugh Kitty Moncrief Paula Brown Betsy Headd Karen McCormick Paula Swenson Janet Kuhl Judy Price Susan Batey Ann Smith Pam Lewis Kathy Frisk Mrs. Geltz, housemother Martha Glass Linda Montgomery Sue Reister Sand Berg Carrie Hoiles Paula Lauderbaugh Karen Heiniger Sue McCoy Sue Cope' Donna Foard Ann Errnlich Pan Evans Linda Moxley Carole Bogner Patti Romig Marilyn Axtmann Martha Jones Chris Gilchrist Sally Witchey Sue I.aVeg1ia Linda Lorenz Linda. Webb Sheryl Truwicks Judy Jolley 177 .1 2 11' I if if fr f 5. , lf, M: r G, 55 4 I , f 11-., f' 1 ' g' -1. ' ,ffwh "-gsm' V ff 'f . fx. j, E l ' 'Swain 14-V Rx -1.4, - i,..N -UN nw sin ,J ' 'ff ,, -. r ,. N -g,, A K A K - U ...N ' AKA.. -14 3, f ,, ix V is -N 121,711 "I .sux L RNS ,3 1 15 ,8 W zo 2, 22 23 9 1. Mike Lindamood 2. Tim Filkill 3. Jim Fox 4. Dau Lukich 5. Jack Hess 6. Craig Erblnd 7. Rick Cross 8. Jim Schory . Tom Nelis 1 ,, 1 ,, 10. Jeff Phillips - 11 . Tom Guido I 1 ' 12 u l 1 1 D U 178 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Duke Jack Bernosky Bill Barny Chet Bojanowski Jerry Lindahl Dave Su-aiko Bruce Harris Art Srehlik john Rochus Bill Kimmel Don Hasbrouck Gary Fisher Dave Dowding Tom Shadrick jeff Roud Bob Wakehan. John Rhodes Ron Lynn Bill Epps Dean Nicholson Fred Stergios Dan Waller za 6 11 7 9 I0 " I3 14 I5 V' 17 'B 19 20 Q 6 B 7 8 9 10 11 W MM 180 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 John Solomon Jim Brown Jed Mewborn Howard Lies: Dan Pesta Dau Hartman Russ Perlman John Petretich Dave Guy Ken Adams Don Wilson 14 16 20 -. PHI KAPPA TAU . Gordon Riddles . Steve Dunbar . Dick Hobe . Rick Painting . Dave Schefft . Tim Butler . Mark Hawkins . George Paidas . Charles McCall . Wfilliam fPatD Bresnahan 22. Roy Achmoody 23. Charles Mosher 24. Randy Padavick 25. Bob Wood 26. Frank Kunstel 27. Larry Patrick 28. Rowland fButchJ Foster 29. John Day 30. Bob Hurlburt 31. Friend Ll E gn, an ' 2 r, r v wi: ---47, mn' --: 1 '- Q 5' 1 Q9 W5 .J , ,.:.:. -A , gm. ' , ! ! Z gs 1 m, um :iff 1 wunn -:n- ,uw uw 2 3 Y :rf .,, ...gum ' V. ' .1 Z E -,,..-,! E W M n , is ef 2: ' 1 , w :vi Qt 1 ' 5' f atv: LL: , 5, 1. - 'ee . 4, V V J f, ' N ,,,. Q --fm, , , T wmv m 1 -1vm,.m,wWw W 1 - Egg "f'535v23f2f 17 as 5 I9 e e wif in ?nEi sa .-, in fe. .,, ' '-v QUE. R 11 1 1 F P A I 182 Grendel Bob Niman Doug Lamb Tom Rike Greg Claypool Lynn Hartrick Gary Hofmann John Austin Jack Yoder Pete Snodgrass Bill Morris 'H U I up , fb .JEHMSWFIQ 9' 1 A , -ha? ,Hn-P7 L.7..w .-S. 'i'2"aQfefiEWw3s'1f ,.a ' 'fr ee-x,+f.,. -ififwj. 1 :M1:g.a.,i1P2wfem., ' ' ' 1:sYi ' fe-fivww. ' ' df 11, 1 ll' I 1 X S A I . .. if l' 'A l ' 14 Y lv . 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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO Roger Clapp Dave Yeomans Martin Thyrum Bob Sullivan Gary Smith Jim Pierce Newton Heston Joe Cordner Tom Old Gary Farinacci Chuck Keyler' Tim Parr Bob Stinson Paul Knisley Ralph Herzog Mark Rupert Gary Chizmar Dick Ross Dave Weber Brian Buschow Stuart Kennedy Glenn Haase Lee Davis Doug Katzenmeyer Bob Holmes Larry Moore Jim Campbell Dick Nolle Bob Hettler "George" Bob McClain Tony Marsh John Alpeter Dave Marconi Ron Heestand Joe Mercurio Gene Shuman Rick Kekic jim Howenstine Frank Sachire Lynn Oehling Dave Dillow Dick McLaughlin X i V es-'ig SIGMA NU Tom Frank Craig Shoemaker Loel Callahan jim Fauver Dave Piero Jim Ashelman Ric Johnson Larry Kennedy Ric Ernst Ken Drake jeff Cody Ed Turner Gary Lanzan Dan joseph Bob Weigle Don Herriotr Dean Varian Emil Ziegler Chuck Snyder Gerry Pim Ken Conry Ed Purviance Larry Yukich Gus Magons Bob Morgan Vic Dilda Tom Robinson Bob Davis Tony Zurbrugg Leonard Slack Brian Johnson Bob Dillow Dave Schaughency Bob DeHoff Bill Fiegenschuh Gary First Bob 'Gotschall Carlisle Lewis Phil Koppel Dan Moldovan Iii ATHLETICS FOOTBALL Dave Darr gets a key block from Roger Heaclland. 32" M' ' sta? s In a season filled with sparkling offensive and defensive play, Mount Union compiled its best football record since 1946 and its first winning season since 1953, finishing with 7 wins and 2 losses. Eight Raiders were honored for their outstanding efforts on the football field in 1965. Guard Roger Headland, a first team All-Conference selection, was awarded honorable mention on the Little All-America team. Center Bob McClain and tackle Frank Sachire also gained first team All-Conference spots on the oEensive unit. Defensive halfback Lon Gaumer and fullback Keith Hickman earned second team berths. All-Conference honorable mention went to linebacker Tom Grischow and halfback jeif Phillips on defense and to quarterback Dave Darr. The 1965 Mount Union football team must certainly be considered one of the finest Raider aggregations to do battle at Hartshorn Stadium. Coach Ken Wab1e's rebuilding program has rekindled the tradition of Mount Union football, which celebrates its 70th season of intercollegiate competition in 1966. 1 l ' , . . V i2.A.nV-' . - 188 WI. -.ug tg, :AV M 'AT 314.25 2 ma-'Y'-4Ef5:Q 4 mg' N, Keith Hickman scores Mount's first touchdown against Denison. ug' i:'2'i',1 5, Q X , 5 ,T--3335 A . B lm If uususoe 2 mr b -i""n'5'L53iSif A . 1?-5?-' '- fl? ' 24 IUUE-i N'if"f ,f ,' 'ilfiis-tflmilf. :W L A U!Vc2 'l3-E:: '!:Ff' V U., 1'5" gf umm: 'ff qf A-55? h 5' ' :iz-gg no R ,ffmff 'tw,af"' "SH" ol 1 If 55555 , - vw up 1 '13-,R -. 5' ' , Y lin' - - , 2 - 91.9, - .If 'wt ' Ax if- ,f , n Q"-Q xx V. 1- ' " u f,. .Q -in f - 5, ' ' gn.. 5--,, 'Y In QE. 5 1 if f 189 Ed Carcelli evades Westminster tacklers for a good gain. Row 1: Asst. Trainer John Rochus, Mickey Muffet, Frank Sachire, Lon Gaumer, Bob Strang, Bob McClain, Bruce Harris, Jeff Phillips, Tom Shadrick, Ed Carcelli, Bill Kimmel, Dave Darr, Dick Rose, Dick Shepherd, Don Holmes, and Mgr. john Hall. Row 2: Student Asst. Lynn Oehling, Dave Lakso, Dan Waller, Keith Hickman, Dave Kraft, Dick Kekic, Andy Dow, Torn Shipley, Gary Anderson, Steve Gloss, Tom Grischow, Loel Callahan, Jeff Henry, Ron Lynn, Phil Koppel, Don Butler, Roger Headland, Gene Shuman, and Mgr. john Herberghs. Row 3: Asst. Coach Terry Parsons, Head Coach Ken Wable, Dave Mularchik, Craig Shoemaker, Bob Davis, Glenn Hielrn, Rik Ernst, Dick Warner, Bill McGranahan, Ron Stuckey, Greg johnson, Dave Straiko, Bob Green, Nevin Roeder, Bob Morgan, Bob Butler, Gary Lanzen, john Weaver, Trainer Stan Malecki. Row 4: Equipment Mgr. Mel Reed, Asst. Trainer Bruce OEense watches as defense sets against Kenyon. Robb, George Kolarov, Rocky Yeropoli, Dave Neel, Bill Sharp, Jim Pilutti, Gene Weimer, Jon Graham, Wilmer Bowdish, Bob Becker, Cliff Shaffer, Brian Stafford, Dave Wolpert, Russell Holley, Gary Chizmar, Art Garnes, Jim Chester, Bob Benson, Mike Hemminger, Tom Robinson, Asst. Coach Bill Dessecker, and Asst. Coach jim Wuske. 1965 FOOTBALL RE ULTS 'L , ,Si 'ifqwgwfer is in '. B' - -Q 1 B ,G " fe-5. if -, ' " rg, ,QQ-5'f:Q , - I '- wi mt- ' 5-, "vi ilw's.5L..n J" .' '- ZVEQH- 'Wil' fff:.!'...,f 'J-gi'-'M "lQjEfF"E3,. I -1 .ZA ij., , 1.3,--334 . In M, ,-, I ,tp In-kilvit U . SINX1 - Qin ,wmv N Q'-Qi i is LQ -L B 5 i . Z 191 i Wable shouts instructions from the bench Mount Matchers step off into a precision drill to the strains of Washington and Lee Swing. 'kiss -'C -1 v pig: Mount Marchers snap to attention for another half-time show. 1 x f ti! :NH ffl 'YQQJLL' I' its if i MARCHING BAND Students speak wlth prxde of the Mount Umon College Marchmg Band Under the d1rect1on of Carl Kandel, the band performed at the home games brmgmg much pleasure and enthuslasm to the fans Mounts band con sldered one of the best small college bands was led by Drum Major Tom Old and Head Malorette, Paula Tom Old the bands versatxle drum major not only directed the group on the field as shown here but also de sxgned half tlme drxlls 193 The Mount Marchers presented the glamorous side of half txme as the majorettes led by Paula Lauderbaugh twlrl to Hello Dolly I 0 V Z , ' , . , ' . , . . ry Q I 9 if Lauderbaugh. b fy " n , l , . , . . . . , , - ' , - l l ' ' ll - D! Stehlik watches as Nicholson prepares to bfock a Hiram shot. Hoyt grabs a rebound from an All-American 194 Head coach Terry Parsonsg assistant coach Thurm Riddle. Mount Union College, the site of the first inter- collegiate basketball game, was the scene of many hard- court thrills during the 1965-66 season. Coach Terry Parson's squad won twelve straight for the state's longest winning streak of the season, and finished with the best collegiate won-loss record in Ohio at 18-3. Chick Campbell and Ron Hoyt, the flashy Raider guards, were All-Ohio Conference second team choices. Hoyt was selected as the most valuable player on the squad, Craig Erbland was the team's most improved player, and workhorse Gary Fisher received the "Thoroughbred" Award. The Raider squad proved its ability to respond to pressure in several games throughout the season, distin- guishing it as one of the finest aggregations to play at Memorial Hall. The meaning of determination was never better demonstrated nor its rewards sweeter than in 1965-66. BA KETBALL Row 1: I-lead Coach Terry Parsons and Tom Hill, Manager. Row 2: Chick Campbell, Frank Centofanti, Craig Erbland, Jim Rapp, Tom Gorham, Mike Lindamood, Dean Nicholson, Gary Fisher, John Rochus, Gordon Woolbert, Art Stehlik, Ron Hoyt. Absent: Trainer, Stan Malecki. Nicholson aids a Wooster player in his unique balancing act. Erbland grabs the ball in a mad scramble. 1 i I Chick Campbell Ron Hoyt Second Team All-Conference Guard Second Team All-C0r1ferenCe Guard OHIO CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS BASKETBALL RESULTS Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Monhr Moxint Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mounr Moiinr Mount Union 78 Union, 66 Unidn 88 Union 91 A Union 87 Union S6 A Union J 69 Union 81 Union 78' Union 56 Union, 64. Union 104 Union 77 Union 86 Union yi A61 -Union: 87 56 "'Ohio Wesleyan "fWittenber A in M5 L iiii Camfqul Fredonia Spare N i West Liberty State 'I' 'kLycoming q!,,geHh.am ,. . A 1fO'ccerbein N 3'Ba1dwin-Wallace ?"Muskin m , ' , w i'iib,A5hlandW? ?"Marietta ' 7 4'Hirarn 5 A'1fOber11n Z U A Mlkron N fi A California State' 77 i .94 " 69C L 66 683 '5 757 697 44 78 Vi 55 5 15: flv f fe Mount .Union 'kWooster 1 3 527 A :Mount Unioni 59 A 'Kenyone ' A A Mount Union, 70 ii ' A 'FLI-Iejdelbeggi M ' Mount Ul1i0lIi. 65 f'ffCapita1 EOTJ 64 Mount Union 70 """"'Ober1in 93 "Ohio Conference Games 'WI-Iol'iday TOI1.I.'l13lIfl6Df.G'?1I1IES 9k'?k'55oh10,,,C01'lfEIQl1CCYQ?Ql1UIlal'IleIlf l N m was E' ,..,.Q'7 197 A tense moment on the bench wmv Sl' fe, I CHEERLEADERS ity' if "E X 'F - , ', !' -, - , - - E, " Y ,Q 341 Q! ,gy . ., 1 "",',if ""'? 'Z ". 'g" ' Lx" "xi" ' ' ' ' 16 ?12'3?L-5-R ' ' arf l Ng '9 , w , A 1 A -11 - -1 ' 1l3'L,, -'A . 'Wi 'E' 1 A 1 ,n11 f 11,11 f 1 -T-3:33 A a z. Y, u H F , , 1. 1 . F .' -' L3 5 "i?.:1'3g F '-"'fn'f"-r'-'-'-'-'1-'-v-gf1'f'-53"-g'anl!+g'ggl! ',, L . . . , 1 vm 1 K 115 rn.. x""' 1 .--57. J . 1141, w.,,.. V, ,- -"YH m . 7' Y ' , ' .2741 95' 'fw . , , 2551? 2' . 'wg ' P12 .-Hug Y? NY lf! Ti' 'V ii? Mi. ..,,, mei ,,. 1 1 -1- 'JWSG1 Paula Root, Sondra Hopkins, Anne O'Conner, Barb Bacon, jackie Gotschall, Marcy Callahan, Patti Romig, janet Brown. ,J 1 1 11 1-111 111 111 4 - fu: 1111 1122 111 , .111 1 , 1 .N MMM! H W ,. 515,51 , ,,1.,,mms1Q5,11 1 1 :N QWF T H M,,,Y,, it T111 : V T15 n 15 Hzffifsa 11 L 111 Fu f VC? 111 f' ' si. is ,1 SH "5-.Q .-.Y ., F .1 1145151 . 111 5, '.1 111 ,, ,. 1- 1, 1 ! - 1 11 9511, , 7 ,gg 1 M 11 fax M . 1 1 1 1 S if' SOCCER Row 1: John McIntosh, Carl Ralston, Al Williams, Ali Monibi, Gary Farinacci, Henry Mwandemere, Terry Morlan. Row 2: Dick Herriott, Tony Zurbrugg, Charles Delinks, Don Herriott, Tom Minifie, Pete Russell, Noel Hess. Row 5: Coach Will Shellenberger, Coach Will Shellenberger had a nucleus of seven re- turning lettermen for the 1965 soccer season -the second year of varsity competition for Mount Union. The Raider booters were unable to pick up a win in eight contests, but showed vast improvement over last year's squad. Many of the games were close, and the team was satisfied that it gave every contest its ultimate elfort. Mount Union had its first All-Ohio soccer pick in history-goalie jack Yoder made 127 saves and rated honorable mention. Ali Monibi led the team in scoring with two goals and three assists for five points. Henry Mwandemere scored four goals for four points. 1965 SOCCER RE ULTS ' iiiii , TM0vmfifUain1i sss lliiinn w nnnn nnlllnnnlll n,,n,n illl iiii llliiilllii llll iiilll iiii 1 Uiilim if Z 'Qliifoster jf 1 in C i :S f -7 F :W I , WY - M, W ,ew a 5 1 1, , 1 ,W -. e- Jack Yoder, Dave Dowding, Mike McComb, Roger Clapp, Kirby Mwambetania, Randy Holmes, Manager, Dick Ross. Not pictured: Wilbur Lippert, Martin Thyrum, Manager, Wally Poure. RESTLING Hampered by the loss of promising freshmen and several veterans, the Raider grapplers compiled a 1-7 mark. The lone victory came in a dual meet with Kenyon. Coach William Dessecker has expressed optimism con- cerning next year-'s squad as three juniors, six sopho- mores, and two frosh lettermen will return. Captain Ed Chamberlain's fourth place finish in the 125 pound division of the Ohio Conference meet was the Raiders' outstanding individual performance of the year. Ken Adams totalled 16 points to pace the squad. Row 1: Coach Bill Dessecker, Rick Simpson, Jim Edmonds, Steve Wheeler, Ed Chamberlain, Bob Knowles, Larry Patrick, Don Menz, Ray Sherbechuk. Row 2: Roger Clapp, Bill Freas, Ken Adams, Bob Avery, Ralph Herzog, Alimonibi, Fred Dickens, Gary Chizmar. 1966 WRESTLING RESULTS .ea5f..T.3 Y,, 76.1- .,."l:iW' , f 1 1 Mciiznf' Mount Mpuqr' Mgllilf M6533 .Mount Mount Unioin ee. 3111 1 1 111'11-sew: Unmixf fllfli 0 Ilgiong. 1 1 Union Unions Union- foos: T81 'l ' 14' ' Case, p fire' f'-":if?'- 1 or 1 111 1 H' 111 M33 , Ng ,J i as 1 37 1 ' 18' T Cleveland State 1 KCQYOQQ A V 1 ,,,-, Y ,1 7 K 111: , i - 1 , 15 V ms 1 Y 1 ' H1 Kms 1 sl' 1:1111 1 a11""SiE5111 111 ' 1 111.e-H-Q"'a:"e f Lv , - f111 rr 111111'Hs1f ' 1 X - , 41111 111 1 .WP 1 1 111 -was 1 111 Z-1 - A 111 M3 1 loaefbgin 1 are 241 1 1 201 TRACK A "bird's" eye view of Jeff Roud clearing the hurdles. A W af, .sf y ' 'Q -A.: 5 E., f 11 M 1 ,, i I 4, Row 1: Larry Graves, Buddy Bauer, John Rhodes, Ed Strothers, Larry Keister, Milt Gess, Jim Fox, Ron Weaver. Row 2: George Kolorav, Neal Warner, Bill Sutton, Bob Siefers, Bob Neading. Row 5: Coach Jim Wuske, Bob Sargent, Tim Filkill, John Peaspanen, Jim Hairston, Jelf Roud, Jim Huey, Dave Culver, Gary Fisher, Doug Huth, Manager Wayne Menz. A . IH' Ldlwif ' , V4 , ,. ,av .f ., "V 202 I A safe 'T'l' llW'l"lfl'a V -'v-tus?--'-Y--'P-P "ff ...,.. .L E mms amy .wr W' Q' vim.. V,.12Vf. M grew, , Lat.. Ezlrlesi Q3 'Ov A in-Y I, Q tw- cwx :aww il PLS' Q 't Quia 2-'L AFX. 'Ulla s "l e V xfgmf 'tw A 'H' V'-fl rvl 45. Q' M ...BE 'H arty Graves really hops rn the tuple Jump Ra1der c1ndermen completed another hxghly success ful campaxgn as they fimshed undefeated m dual and tnangular meets In defense of thelr Oh1o Conference Outdoor champronshxp the Renders fell just short as Akron Won the meet by half a po1nt They d1d manage to place first m the conference mdoor meet and the NCAA Mideast Reg1ona1, and m the NCAA Small Col lege Champ1onsh1p, Mount Iinlshed a h1ghly respectable seventh 1965 TRACK RESULTS Indoor Denxson Oh1o Wesleyan Kenyon Shppery Rock H1ram in Conference Indoor Meet Mount WUDIOU 79 Mount Umon 50 Mount Umon 95M X3 Mount Unxon first Outdoor Mount Mount Mount Mgmt Mfnt Mount Mount Unuorif Unxon Unxon Unxon Umon l Unron Un1on Slrppery Rock Westminster Baldwm Wallace 50 Akron Hxram Ashland Oh1o Wesleyan Q' WMI Kenyon Mount Union Woosterlll t H Ohio Conference Out door Qsecondb Mount Union V40 All Obion 6Sqgpnd Mount Union 57Ma NCAA Mia least 'll Mount Union 43 Regtonal Uirstl NCAA Small College 29 :V Chainplbklshlipsu "ll NW V Union Mount VVV VVL VVV mall IIVVIlV,VVV'l Coach Wuske shared anxxous moments wxth team members at the All Ohio Conference meet. 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' 'www"'NIN ' U Coach Jack Rafeld and Co-captains Stan Malecki and Larry Catalano. X Butch Foster gets congratulations for homer beating Baldwin-Wallace in the last game. Craig Erbland-first baseman A11- Conference first team 545 Row 1: Jack Bernosky, Dave Darr, Jim Hency, Mel Reed, Larry Catalano, Stan Malecki, Jet? Phillips, Craig Erbland, Larry Gross. Row 2: Coach jack Rafeld, Butch Foster, Jim Peach, Terry , 5,-...-Y gy -. ' . .N f, ,.,.vg,f , h A ---' -Q f f- -V .YI V iw -- fog ' l.wg H, ' gif- V LH 4, 52' ff ,. J., ',LsL.'C,,.1gN 'g,-23-55: 4' . :. 1: -Y 1- 5 "fl f-.-,z -ff. - Sf- + H f -e- -'1 - 'f - ,gm-:3f,:,,2,s:-4 1' 'egq,gg','2,',lff3f1,t . 4' '- f -wwf ww p ',-5,451-Wjr, j-' I mfF "3". 131 52 A 7 lf1.2..Z -'J' '.. L-I Y ,,,. , y-A . . .f. . ,-5,,.5m-,IA-..il1 Lg., .1 f fp. 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' -- 1 - ,a-Jw ll ,z -f I :Y Q 'Q 'D V :A W , V -it 9, - 'Q ,QQ ' L-f. ii Aj-'l,g "E, " +L 'P - ' ' Me' i J -is Sri 4 ' by ' 1-99 tl- ' 'Et "' '39 l 79 ' 4 .9 fi. i m. an L - T :Q- J' ' I Row 1: Thurm Riddle, Bill Christian, John Armitage, Ric johnson. Row 2: Peter Sun, Hayes Willis, Dave Dil- low, Robert Johns, Coach Wayne Ashbaugh. GOLF Bud Morgan paced Mount Union's golfers to a 7 and 5 record in 1965. Morgan copped medalist honors on five different occasions and had the best average on the squad at 79. As a team, the Raiders finished tenth in the O.A.C. Golf Tournament at Hiawatha. Letter winners included Morgan, Port McKinnon, Jim Schory, Ross Stonesifer, and Tom Flynn. TENNIS T .. if-a-,'e1i.rT 6' Q55 iE?ffqr??'.7' ' ' "'""fNF'6't1iTit's-'tenn1sY-'team posted a 3 and 5 record - its best since the sport was instituted here three years ago. The netters defeated Ashland, West Liberty, and Malone. Letter winners and their 'total points were: Bob johns, 9, Bill Christian, 8, John Armitage, 65 Thurm Riddle, 6, Hayes Willis, -ihg and Ric johnson, ZMQ. Coach Ken Wable, Port McKinnon, Ross Stonesifer, Bud Morgan, Jim Schory, Tom Flynn. Not pictured: Dick Flick, Charles Bates, Ken Conry. CROSS-COUNTRY Row 1: Rick Nolle, Jim Lusk, Larry Gerasi, Bob Siefers, Milt Gess, Larry Keister. Row 2: Coach Jim Wuske, Jim Fox, Bill Murray, Neal Warner, Doug Ford, Ron Weaver, Manager, Wayne Mena. Absent: Dave Czegan. Coach Jim Wuske with seniors Jim Fox and Ron Weaver. W JU L ln. Paced by Milt Gess and seven other lettermen the 1965 cross country team finished with seven wins two losses, and a tie. They placed second in the Ohio Con ference meet at Ohio Wesleyan and fifth in the college division of the All-Ohio meet. 1965 RESULTS - - - ---av A --- m-W. - - - uf---H, g,,--- - f- in 1"-1wy,-,Y Mdimr " w w ,Mount L T Bionic Mount M9943 1 N in Second C obefun Union, 57 e Wooster N Union 28 e Baldiiiiin-'Wallace f -Muskingum C 15 Malogge 20 e f Union 18 7 Western Reserve Unign 54 C yyy Ohip,eWesleyair 4 ss., in dhio Conference Meet fi wx ,V ww ww ww ww x H H um ww H " uvfml W W N " M ,,wwg1:,."".. ,,W.... w H " H ui!! H uw uw H 1 E H H mum ww H ,M Hu um ww Wim Hu uw W1 M H H vnu H H ww ummm ww w w , w n ,w wuu ,N f.-'Qian ww ww MENS I H 5 JL uw H' uw uw 'En uw TRAMURALS ll!" TB H II mug Egg ,. V ,H fu 1 .u v :pg H -. 5 lf. . .' I w i , 'I -'-'s , -ML P" ..5.,..5-I -H- J w H m H ww vw m H H MwlW."ww 1-Nm N , H MM u 'FHM,du"Hs1s N' wwu.1"mw.1"'!LAifTnm M Nu ,, H as V H vu ,Q NH' PENN!! uw w ww X HuwW.Mu.11.. ww m H w mu bw H M Ein. WMNNH um Y wlmgmxu 1 210 W4 was A. up . , , L.-14,4 A v I I 'M N, v...,, fb .M H ' 1 .Q-, +-3.31 , V-1 V .,-.gr .Lf 'Q 5. ,., 'Tlx r- f-1'-.-' ,I .5 -xi -17.9 :- .L -..- . 4, 3,4 M, F' ' 'ggi M J -651 -fx' ,-r 3: X ww' - -f'm-W OMEN'S INTR MURALS Intercollegiate Basketball Row 1: Judy McCauley, Judy Miao, Pam Creedon. Row 2 Lynette Davis, Judy Williams, Jan McFarland, Dayne Ingraharu, Pat Malloy, Mrs Parsons, Carol Liebersbach, Kandee Baldensperger, Virginia Burkey. wg , 212 Intercollegiate Volleyball Row 1: Hazel McDonald, Judy McCauley, Judy Miao, Karen Mullett. Row 2: Karen Albert, Pat Malloy, Gretchen Van- Almen, Virginia Bur-key, Miss Cooke, Cindy Grossman, Carol Liebers- bach, Kandee Baldensperger, Virginia Burkey. 213 we w u H uw H 1 fa :Q-L ,Hia V Eiga' ,F iw, ,,r...-, i ir! Y L., ,z 1 :if ' I 2 ' . : 4 Q fer Yi' - 1 '55 :ifai iug . f i He- a.+z...j f-1:3351 , 141. :I ,-. ' my gm- .' Y. ! , h I- Ili: Y. 'E 1 -- ...ua -' -LQQQQ i'1':'.!r x -. I-Qzqge 'ga , . 'fge'-ai., "".4 . -- -N 111 . ta' l.-'E-i - 'ef'5E'1i," -9- '-' I' -' 'V A V Mi" ' .Y i ejjay ' ' f ' I-F? fri ' 1" V-rf J. 2' ADVERTISIN TO THE CLASS OF 1966 THE ALLIANCE MACHINE CO. l DAD S ASSOCIATION MOUNT UNION COLLEGE We extend our congratulatrons to the graduatmg class of 1966 and pledge our contrnuxng mterest support and co operatron to the college and 1ts students Lawson Smart Second Vxce Presxdent Carl Anderson Senror Dads Frank Henry Elbrrdge Moxley Duane Roblnson R1chard Swager junror Dads Glenn DeHolf john Gabor Wrlham A Morrxs Norman Parr OFFICERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 217 Wrllxam A Morrls Secretary Treasurer Ronald Weber Sophomore Dads Charles Judd Donald Moncrref Robert Old Seward Schooler Freshmen Dads Carl Anderson Stoyan Daskalov joseph Errch Bruce Whrnemore I . . . , , I . . . . President Vice President mffewb fissmaagmg '49 Q' iv 'W Q Q Q WE DONT PIIBLISII 'l'l'lE MOST YEARBGCIKS.. -1. JZ' Q Q ig' iii Y 'fin T5 Z ,,, if" rg! vfgim ' up I an V437 ' ' Q-ggi? 2515" " ff' . . .BUT WE DO N S I 31-ESS QUALITY- SE IQVIC E ANID CREATIVITYI Q if Corrgratulations to the Class of 1966 1 ALLIAN C E MANUFACTURING ca INC ALLIANCE OHIO SUBSIDIARY OF CONSOLIDATED ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CORP Comphments f AIIIAIICE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Orwlg Motors Inc Ashley Chevrolet Co Ponuac Henschen Motors D1ck Rexnhart Ford Oldsmobrle Cadrllac Thompson Motors Mercury Lmcoln 219 Iuronosnf nmfks mvlslou Furniture Carpeting Interior Decorating offering the utmost in quality and style the store with the friendly atmosphere Open Daily 9 to 9-Saturday 9 to 5 960 W. State St. Phone Alliance, Ohio Alliance 823-6211 Canton 456-2884 ii if " l we A if jaws, bl X From Slacks and Sweaters . . . To Dinner Jackets and Cocktail Dresses MANHATTAN CLEANERS Meets All The Cleaning Needs Of College Students and Faculty 1920 S. Union Ave. Alliance, Ohio Pickup 61 Delivery Cdorms, fraternity, and sorority houses! 823-4225 220 Congratulations To The Class of 1966 BARNES PROVISION Compliments FIOWERIAND Comphments of R D WILLIAMS OFFICE SUPPLY d H MOUNT UIIIUII SIIIIARE ALLIANCE UHIU 44602 WHEN YOU NEED PRINTING Call 821 2345 Mount Umon SQUARE ALLIANCE OHIO HOME OF FINE PRINTING Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 I I 'I H33 Ulg,q7y1-0 WEB' I 41-Luna, NP- Phone TA 37I97 ..lJo dl o oc Acre 3X E tStt t 40 H MOUNT UNION BARBER SHOP CNext to Mount Umon Post Officej NICK BARTH PAUL MILLER IOE ERCHICK Men Women Children HAIR CUTTING For Appointment Phone 821 7466 CAppomtment not necessaryj 1191 South Umon Compliments of PERSKY S SUPERMARKEI 30 E State Street 137 S Arch Avenue Compliments of IHE EYNON - GUIHRIE C0. Real Estate and Insurance Nina Schwartz Dick Bodo 45 East Main St. Alliance, Ohio Compliments of FOODA-MATIC 309 E. Main St. Fabulous Delicious Food in Seconds! The Fun Way To Eat! Congratulations to the Class of 1966 SCHWARTZ'S BONEERT UNION AVE GLASS CO. Plate and Window Class Mirror, Safety Glass 30 South Union Phone 823-0450 Congratulations to the I Class of 1966 PLAJER Ann CROSS Congratulations to the Class of 1966 PISANELLO'S RESTAURANT 81 PIZZA Union Ave. 823-7271 QM Cos M will Q65 LOU' YW by U LEITERPRESS - PHOTO OFFSET REVIEW Publishing Company Printers for the College Since 1889 Phone 821-1200 SUPER CENTER. INC. 1840 S. Union Avenue Complete One Stop Discount Shopping Alliance Salem Massillon VVOOSCCI' Warren Congratulations to the Class of 1966 POlINORI'S SPAOHEITI AND STEAK HOUSE 1441 s. Liberty 821-2680 Congratulatmns to the Class of 1966 THE ERHEISUE HEID EUIELIHEEIS STEEL EUHBIHG BEIHPURHEIUH T 223 C gratulation ro the Class of 1966 Shop Shop and an Save Sears Sai SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 446 East Main St. Phone 821-5390 STEWART Compliments of BROS. PAINT CO., INC. Factory and Retail Sales 1010 N. 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INC Corner Auld and Webb St. Coal, Builders Supplies, 111 Glamorgan Transit Mixed Concrete Compliments and Best Wishes Compliments 1 W - it p M smzcnlouf a sous, mc. 04' causes PLAZA - ALLIANCE. anno 26 Mount Unlon Laundromat 259 East State Complete La ndry 6: Dry Clean g Se v1ce MOUNT UNION COIN O MAT 2334 South Un on Self Servxce O ned 6: Ope ated by C o ge and Ethel F onk TURNER DRUG STORES Your Good Ne1ghbor Stores RELIABLE! 435 E MAIN UNION 6z STATE ALLIANCE OHIO Co p11ment STEVES BEVERAGE AND DAIRY PARTY SNACKS 313 E State CONTRIBUTORS ALPHA XI DELTA MEADOWBROOK DELI KA TES EN BRANDON S MEN S SHOP TOWN AND TRAVEL SHOP Compl ment BURGER CHEF DRIVE INN HOME OF THE WORLDS BEST 15c HAMBURCERS I VARSITY ISLE g t h f 1966 QM CONTRIBUTORS DELTA DELTA DELTA AMERICAN STEEL FLUHARTY LUMBER GARYS COLONIAL i s of u in r ' i w r e r r Comp iments ' of 0 Q ' .- ll'i l .- PRESCRIPTIONS h - i c , i C t lations o t e m ' S Class o of ' - - I I I I 227 Clothing Style with You in Mind JACK FOX MEN'S SHOP College Plaza MADSEN'S LINER A nautical, but nice place to sit and sip. 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V- - --... -L.. --Q. .1 .. ..,,..g:.. ..:.,, . .Jvu 9'ff:'fff- 1:g1.':i:-itIp.'!:'13B..f.r--gp ,w..g:..:gv-51 """"1 -.p,f., --1.-v ,..'f4-...p ' . 1'f5fi2::5Qf'5?xf?:5rfff1 A... ... -N .. ..5g5,,. :lflA'i"' SENIOR CT IV ITIE ABBEY, ROGER-Conneaut, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, steward, Track, M club, intramurals. ALBERT, DAVID-Alliance, Ohio. Accounting and Economics, B.A. ANDERSON, CAROL-Hamburg, New York. Elementary Educa- tion, B.S. Alpha Chi Omega, assistant pledge trainer, 2nd vice president, SNEA, Dynamo Association, secretary. ANDERSON, GARY-Greentown, Ohio. Mathematics, B. S. Blue Key, vice president, Football, M Club. ANDERSON, SHIRLEY-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Choir, Play, co-chairman costumes. AXTMANN, MARILYN-Youngstown, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.S. Delta Delta Delta, lst vice president, pledge trainer, social chairman, PEKS, Resident Counselor, SNEA, Unonian, Stu- dent Senate, WRA, AWS. BARNY, WILLIAM-Rumson, New Jersey. English, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, assistant rush chairman, Treasurer of Sophomore Class, IFC, secretary. BARNWELL, NANCY -North Tonawanda, New Jersey. History, B.A. Pi Gamma Mu, Bowman Scholars, Chorale, IRC. BATTLES, SUSAN-Columbus, Ohio. Speech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, variety show chairman, WRA representative, Mount Union Players, Calliope, editor. BELDEN, VALRE-Windham, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Chorale, SNEA. BELLINGHAM, LINDA-Toledo, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. Alpha Delta Pi, SCA Representative, ritual, standards chair- man, president, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Chorale, SCA: AWS, Judicial Board, PEKS, Lauriger. BERG, SANDRA-Youngstown. Sociology, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, treasurer, social chairman. BLOOR, MICHAEL-East Liverpool, Ohio. Music. B.M.E. Mu Phi Epsilon, treasurer, Band, president, Orchestra. BORLAND, JEFFREY-Akron, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. BOSTWICK, PAULA-Chardon, Ohio. Music, B.M.E. Alpha Xi Delta, assistant song leader, song leader, Panhellenic Council president, Chorale, Chapel Choir, Student Senate, PEKS, AWS, Choir. Counselor. BOWER, MARTHA-Poland, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA, Chorale. BOYD, BARBARA-Newark, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA, Chorale, Alpha Delta Pi. BRITTON, JAMES-Alliance, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Football. BROWN, ELIZABETH-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, courtesy and contact chairman, homecoming chairman, SNEA. BROWN, JAMES-Scarsdale, New York. Geology, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, MSM, OMSM, Student Senate, Chorale, SNEA. BROWN, MARSI-IA-Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, house chairman, registrar, SNEA, AWS, Unonian, Program Board, Chorale. BRUMBAUGH, NANCY-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, corresponding secretary, SAC, Student Senate, Social Chairman, Secretary, Unonian, Dorm counselor, IRC, Chorale. BURKHARDT, ANNE-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, historian, SNEA. BUTLER, DONALD-Cleveland, Ohio. History, B.A. Sigma Nu, Football. CALLAHAN, LOEL-Alliance, Ohio. English and Psychology, B.A. Sigma Nu, reporter, pledge trainer, Student Senate, president, Football, Residence Council, judicial Board, Class president, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Blue Key. CAMPBELL, CHARLES--Deerfield, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, Basketball. CAMPBELL, JAMES-Alliance, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. Sigma Nu. CAMPBELL, ROBERT-Elmhurst, New York. Business, B.A. CANFIELD, MARILYN-Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA, Chorale. CASSIDY, ELIZABETH ANN-Minerva, Ohio. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, AWS, Student Senate. gl-LEYNEY, SANDRA-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Lambda e ta. CLARK, MARTHA-Beloit, Ohio. Art, B.A. COCHRAN, JANE ANN-Ellsworth, Ohio. English, B.A. SNEA, Band, Chorale, SCA. CONWAY, CORLISS-Cleveland, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Historian, Student Senate, SNEA. CREBS, CAROL-Newark, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. Alpha Chi Omega, Mu Phi Epsilon, Band, Choir. CULVER, DAVID--Norwalk, Ohio. Business, B.S. Track. DAVIS, LYNETTE-Kinsman, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Alembroic Chemical Society, secretary, Girls Intercollegiate Basketball and Softball, WRA. DAY, PATRICIA-Mingo junction, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, Quill Chairman, Unonian, Dynamo, SNEA. DENNY, JODINE-Beloit, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. DENNY, MEREDITH-Beloit, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Vice president, rush secretary, activities chair- man, SNEA. DERRY, ROBERT-Louisville, Ohio. History, B.A. SNEA. DESANTOS, NANCY-Wilnungton, Deleware. Biology, B.S. Alpha Chi Omega, treasurer, Phi Sigma, Bowman Scholar. DILLOW, DAVID-Princeton, Massachusetts. Biology, B.S. Sigma Nu, Phi Sigma, president, Men's Residence Hall Council, Men's Judicial Board. DUNBAR, CAROL-Sharon, Pennsylvania, Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA. DUSING, DAVID-Toledo, Ohio. Music and Voice, B.M.E. and B.M. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia president, Choir, president and vice president, Band, Pep band, Chorale, Chapel Choir, Mount Union Players, Madrigal Singers. EACKLES, VICKI-Pearisburg, Virginia. Music, B.M.E. Choir, Peks, president, Lauriger, Cheerleading, Chorale, AWS. EIMER, MARGUERITE-Toronto, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Mount Union Players. EPPS, WILLIAM-Massillon, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, American Chemical Society. EVANS, PAMELA-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, vice president, pledge trainer, Lauriger, PEKS, Bowman Scholars, WRA, Women's Interscholastic Tennis. EVANS, RICHARD-Farmdale, Ohio. Accounting, B.A. FERGASON, ROBERT-Louisville, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. MENC, Vice President, Chorale, Pep Band, Brass Choir, Chapel Choir. FILKILL TIMOTHY Canton Oh1o B1ology BS Alpha Tau Omega Track Cross Country FISHER, GARY All1ance Oh1o HISIOIY BA Alpha Tau Omega rush cha1rman house manager Basketball Track FLANIGAN TOM Ahquxppa Pennsylvama Bus1ness Adm1n1stra non BA FLYNN THOMAS All1ance Oh1o Busmess BA FONG JANE Er1e Pennsylvanla Psychology BS Orchestra Chomr Student Senate FOSTER ANDREW Wheaton Maryland Chemistry BS Ph1 Kappa Tau rush cha1rman vxce pres1dent pres1dent, Alembrolc Cho1r presldent SAC presldent FOSTER, ROWLAND Greenw1ch Oh1o Englxsh BA Ph1 Kappa Tau steward sergeant at arms rush chalrman IFC presxdent M Club Student Senate Baseball l'OX JAMES Putsburgh Pennsylvanxa H1story BA Alpha Tau Omega worthy chaplam P1 Gamma Mu M Club treasurer Cross Country Track FREDERICK LINDA All1ance Oh1o Spamsh BA FRICK JACQUELINE Canton Oh1o Elementary Educanon BS SNEA Chorale GARNES HERBERT All1ance Oh1o Rel1g1on, BA Ph1 Kappa Tau Cho1r GARRISON REBECCA Toledo Oh1o Psychology and Rel1g1on BA Delta Delta Delta Chaplaxn SCA Chorale Choxr Busnness Manager GATES JOHN All1ance Oh1o Muslc BME GIB JOYCE Parma Hexghts Ohio Musxr' Educat1on BME Alpha Ch1 Omega song leader Chaplain Mu Ph1 Epsllon vxce pres1dent secretary Ch1 Omega Student Senate GINGRICH JOHN Canton Oh1o Physxcs BS GLOSS STEPHEN All1ance Ohio Biology BS Alpha Tau Omega Football M Club GOOD NANCY Canton Oh1o Soc1ology and Psychology BA Unonxan GOODHART WENDA C1nc1nnat1 OhlO Elementary Educa IIOH BS PEKS MSM SNEA MUP Res1dent Counselor Orchestra GOTSCHALL JACQUELINE Canton Oh1o English BA Alpha Ch1 Omega Soclal Chairman Cheerleader Socral Lxfe Commxttee Chapel Choxr GRANT KAREN North Canton Oh1o Hxstory, BA Alpha X1 Delta P1 Gamma Mu Unonxan SNEA IRC Newman Club Washmgton Semester Student GRAPENTINE JAMES New Orleans Loulsanna Soc1ology BA Studeint Senate Dorm Counselor Radxo Statxon Mens Jud1c1al Boar GRIMM JULIE Canton Oh1o Enghsh BA Alpha X1 Delta Culture Chaxrman Rush Chairman P1 Kappa Delta Vlce President Treasurer Unon1an Department head Edltor Laur1ger Varslty Debate Panhellen1cCounc1l SNEA IRC GRISCHOW THOMAS Struthers Oh1o Psychology, BS Alpha Tau Omega Football GROHE EVELYN Hudson Oh1o Elementary Educatxon BS SNEA Alpha Ch1 Omega Pledge Class Secretary GROHE RINDA Hudson Oh1o Elementary Educauon BS SNEA Alpha Ch1 Omega Pledge Presxdent Chorale GROSS LAWRENCE Cleveland Helghts Oh1o Enghsh and Phystcal Educat1on BA GUIDO THOMAS Verona Pennsylvama Econonucs BA Alpha Tau Omega Secretary Track Cross Country HAMLIN KATHRYN All1ance Oh1o Elementary Educatnon BS SAC Secretary SNEA HAMLIN THOMAS All1ance Oh1o Englxsh, BA HARTMAN MARILYN Shelby Oh1o Mathemancs BS Alpha X1 Delta Publxctty Chalrman Scholarshxp Cha1rman Pres1dent Alpha Lambda Delta Presldent Cholr V1ce Presxdent Unoman Judxual Board AWS Laurxger Sophomore Womens Honorary Bowman Scholars HARTMAN WILLIAM Glen Rxdge New Jersey Geology BS Alpha Ph1 Omega Presldent HARTZELL, BRUCE All1ance, Oh1o Chemlstry, B S HAWTHORNE NATHANIEL All1ance Oh1O Polxtrcal Scxence BA Alpha Tau Omega Track HEADD BETSY Youngstown Oh1o Engl1sh BS Delta Delta Delta Rush Chaxrman Recordmg Secretary Callxope Freshman Class Secretary HEADLAND JOHN All1ance Oh1o Relxglon and Phxlosophy HECK MARTHA Columbus Oh1o Socxology, BA Dynamo Mount Un1on Players Chorale HEESTAND RONALD All1ance Oh1o Physxcs and Mathematlcs BS Sxgma Nu alumm contact SCA HENRY JEFF Llsbon Oh1o Art BA Alpha Tau Omega Foot a HERRMANN DENNIS Cleveland He1ghts Oh1o Soc1ology BA Ph1 Kappa Tau socxal chzurman vlce presxdent Student Senate track HERRIOTT RICHARD East Palestxne, Oh1o Chemxstry BS Ph1 Kappa Tau Choxr soccer HICKERSON WILLIAM All1ance Oh1o History BA College chonr Alpha P111 Omega HOLLOWAY ROBERT Brecksvxlle Oh1o Soc1ology BA HOMAN JANET All1ance Oh1o Spanxsh BA HOWENSTINE JAMES Lanton Oh1o Chemxstry BS Sngma Nu soc1alcha1rman presxdent SCA HUTH DOUGLAS Seven Hxlls Oh1o Chemlstrv B S JARDINE MARGIE Youngstown Oh1o Munc Educanon BM E Delta Delta Delta soc1a1 chazrman songlc der ecretary Pan hellen1c representatxve Concert Cholr MENC Chorale JOHNSON BETH Toledo Oh1o Muslc E acatxol BME Alpha Delta P1 vzce presldent Mu Ph1 Eps1lon, secretary and warden Mt Un1on Chonr secretary treasurer Chorale AWS Student Senate Laur1ger secretary treasurer JONES MILDRED Er1e Pennsylvama Elementary Educauon B S Alpha Delta P1, correspondxng secretary standards chaxrman Young Republ1cans, SNEA AWS IRA Chorale Chapel Chou' KAMIRU SAMUEL Klambu, Kenya Hlstory BA KELLEY LLOYD Newark, Oh1o Vo1ce BME Choxr Chorale Band Chapel Chou' KENNEDY ELAINE-Natrona Hexghts Pennsylvanla VOICE and Prano BME Mt Un1on Players Chorale Chapel Chou' KENNEDY STUART Bay V1llage Oh1o Busmess Admmxstra non BA S1gma Alpha Epszlon secretary v1cepres1dent presldent IFC 1 W 1 - 1 ' ' I 1 I W 1 ' 3 'S - 1 - - I W 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 ' 9 ' ' , 3 S - 1 Z S - 1 W 1 - ' 1 W 1 1 1 , . . . . , 3 . 1 W 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 W 1 ' 1 ' 1 '- ' 1 ' - 1 - - 4 1 . 1 f 1 - . . 1 - - . 1 3 1 S Z . . . . I I . I , I 1 W 1 ' 1 ' ' I 1 1 1 1 I I, , , ' 9. . 1 5 1 - . . . . 1 W 1 ' 1 - - 1 1, . . , ' . , ' l . 1 ' 7 - Q S 7 9 5 3 - - ' ' . ' . . 4 i- ' ' I I I 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' ' ,1 . I , I 1 W 1 ' 1 - 1 . 5 1 1 1 . . Q . Q '. . . . 1 T I1 - 1 I ' 1 ' 1 - 1 - ' , 1 s s 1 W 1 - 1 ' ' ' ' 1 W 1 ' 1 . . . . . B-A- .: W , 1 1 1 s - - - . 1 I W 1 - - - 1 i 1 1 1 S , ' .5 ' ' . . , - - 1 5 S S 1 1 ' - ' ' I 1 I 1 - 1 . . , Q . , 1 , . , . . . 1 - - I I ID 1 1 - 1 - - 1 ' . " 1 ' . - . 9 ' :' I 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' , ' , ' 1 , , ' - - 1 1 S GILLMER, DIANE-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. English. B. A. Alpha ' ' Q . . . . , - . , . . I- . . I I I , , . , . . . L ' ' ' 1 W 1 ' 1 I ' , , , . , . . . I . . . 1 - , , . . i ' ' , W , 1 , 1 1 I , , . , . . 1 W 1 ' 1 ' ' , 1' , . ' 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 W-. 0 ' 7 ' ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - - - , I 1 1 1 - , . , -' , . I, .1 1 . 5 '. ' 1 W , ' . . ' ' I . 1, 3 5 5 , - , ' . V ' . . . ' I I ,111 1 , I 1I I1 -' 1 -A 1 T . . I Q Q ,Q .1 1 1 , 1 1 y I . . I s s 5 9 5 9 I - I 1 I - - :I I I I ' , ' - s I - s - - - 1 1 3 3 5 7 W 3 1 , 1 1 , ' I I . . I , . . , , , . 3 7 3 - 1 IW 1 I - I 1 . . . ' ' I 1 I 3 1 . ' 1 . - . 1 - -1 . . 1 ' s 5 s s - I1 1 I 1 I I 1 4 I , I , 9 s , - ' . ' , . . S S S - I , -'- . , . . . Q Q , 1 , . ' . . S I Q . 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 , I 1 , . , . . . , . . . . Q Q . S , . 1 1 1 1 1 . 3 '- . ' .' . . ' 1 W 1 1 1 ' - 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 5 1 5 - - 231 SENIOR ACTIVITIES KIEFER, JOAN-Beaver, Pennsylvania. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA, Mt. Union Players, treasurer, Choir, IRC. KING, KAREN-Painesville, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Alpha Chi Omega, projects chairman, recording secretary, Greek Week, WRA. KING, THOMAS-Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Mt. Union Players. KINSEY, CONNIE-New Philadelphia, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.S. SNEA. KOBALKA, KAREN-Columbia Station, Ohio. History, B.A. KOPPEL, PHILIP-Girard, Ohio. History, B.A. Sigma Nu, rush chairman, Football, Student Senate, Senior Class Treasurer, Intra- murals, Floor Counselor. KRAHLING, RONALD-Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Dynamo, M Club, Unonian, Track. KUNSTEL, FRANK-Chardon, Ohio. Social Studies, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, social chairman, steward, pledgemaster, Intramurals. LADERER, MARKEL-Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Social Studies, B.A. Sigma Nu, Historian, SNEA, Men's Residence Council. LAUDERBAUGH, PAULA-Bethal Park, Pennsylvania. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, Scholarship chairman, AWS Judicial Board, Head Majorette, Campus Center Student Assistant. LEARMONTH, ROBERT-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soccer, Lacrosse. LENNIG, CHERYL-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. LIEBSCHNER, SUE-Sadusky, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplain, Ritual Chairman, Historian, Choir, Chorale, SNEA, Calliope, business manager. LINDSTROM, DONNA JO-North Benton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. LYNN, RONALD-Struthers, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman, Worthy Master, Blue Key, Treasurer, M Club, vice president, Student Senate, MRC, IFC, Men's Judicial Board, Football, Baseball. MCCOY, SUSAN-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Elementary Educa- tion, B.S. Delta Delta Delta, Trident correspondent, Calliope, Unonian, Associate Editor, WRA. McDOWELL, JOHN-Falls Church, Virginia. English, B.A. MCGEE, PEGGY-Painesville, Ohio. English, B.A. Calliope, Chor- ale, SNEA. MCINTOSH, JOHN-Canton, Ohio. History, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Soccer. McKEE, BONNIE-New Castle, Pennsylvania. Elementary Educa- tion, B.S. MCKOWN, MARTHA-Alliance, Ohio. Sociology, B.S. Band. MACKAY, LYNN-New Shrewsbury, New Jersey. French, B.A. MAGONS, AUGUSTS-Kingsville, Ohio. Geology and Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu. MARCHIONE, DIANE-Cranford, New Jersey. Elementary Edu- cation, B.S. SNEA, Newman Club, AWS. MARCONI, DAVID-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Sociology, B.S. Sig- ma Nu, vice president of pledge class, Men's residence Council, Men's Judicial Board, Secretary. MARSH, LEEDA-Melrose, Massachusetts. Religion and Philoso- phy, B.A. Pi Kappa Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Band, ISA, vice president, president, WRA. MARSH, TERRY-Cortland, Ohio. History and English, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Rush Chairman, Treasurer, IFC Representative, M Club, Student Senate, Baseball. MESSENHEIMER, JOHN--Alliance, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. MIAO, JUDY-Taipei, China. Business, B.A. Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Theta Kappa, AWS, President of Elliott Hall. MITCHELL, HELEN-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. i 252 MORGAN, WILLIAM-Alliance, Ohio. Business, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Golf. MORLAN, T ERRY-Alliance, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Pi Gamma Mu, Blue Key, IRS, Track, Soccer. MOXLEY, JANE-Medina, Ohio. Psychology, B.S. Delta Delta Delta, Pledge President, President, PEKS, Lauriger, President, AWS, Panhellenic Council, Student Senate, Head Resident. MUNJOMA, JOHN-Salisbury, Rhodesia. History, B.A. MUHPHY, ROBERT-Alliance, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, House Manager, American Chemical Society, Alernbroic, Junior Class Treasurer. MUSTER, KENNETH-Atwater, Ohio. Economics, B.S. MUP, Pi Gamma Mu. NAGATO, SACHIE-Tokyo, Japan. History, B.A. Phi Gamma Mu. NAYLOR, KIRK--Yorktown Heights, New York. Psychology and Philosophy, B.A. NELIS, THOMAS-Poland, Ohio. Economics, B.A. NICHOLSON, DEAN-Sebring, Ohio. History, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Basketball. NIEDZIELSKI, JOHN-Rochester, New York. Chemistry, B.S. American Chemical Society. O'CONNOR, NANCY-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Historian, Lauriger, Vice President, Psi Kappa Omega, SNEA, ISA, Newman Club, Secretary, Treas- urer, Resident Assistant. OEHLING, LYNN-Painesville, Ohio. Psychology and Physical Education, B.A. Sigma Nu, Football, Golf, SCA. OLDS, PATRICIA-Canfield, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Delta Delta Delta. OPATRNY, GAIL-Cleveland, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Scholarship Chairman, Recording Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Unonian, PAUL, DON-Garrettsville, Ohio. Business, B.A. Sigma Nu, Treasurer. PAYETTE, SANDRA-Marion, Ohio. English, B.A. SNEA. PERDUE, MARCIA-North Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA. PFEIL, JAMES-Rocky River, Ohio. Sociology, B.S. PIATT, MARY ANNE-Wellsville, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA. QUINLAN, DENNIS-Alliance, Ohio. Geology, B.S. RABUZZI, LINDA-Alliance, Ohio. English, B.S. RASILE, MICHAEL-Massillon, Ohio. Spanish, B.A. Choir. RATHBUN, DOANNE-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Elementary Edu- cation, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Social Chairman, SAC, Publicity, SNEA, Chorale. RAY, JOYCE-Sharon, Pennsylvania. Elementary Education, B.S. SNEA. REED, MELVIN-Painesville, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Sentinel, SCA, Student Senate, Baseball, Football. man- ager. REEDER, LINDA-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Pi Kappa Delta, MUP, SNEA, Secretary, President, MSM, publicity, Resident Counselor, Band. RICHMOND, ANITA-Columbus, Ohio. Spanish and French, B.A. AWS, lst Vice President, Lauriger, Young Democrats. RIGGS, KAREN--Painesville, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. MENC, Secretary, SNEA, Program Chairman, Chorale, Newman Club, Secretary. RIHA. TIMOTHY-Parma, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. Football. ROBERTS, ROGER-Delaware, Ohio. Political Science and His- tory, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, MSM, IRC, Young Republicans. ROBINSON, KAREN-Elyria, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.S. ISA, Historian, Band, MSM, Secretary, Chorale, Chapel Choir. ROBINSON SHIRLEY Canton Oh1o Engl1sh and Po11t1calSc1 ence BA SNEA ROCK RICHARD Parma Oh1o B1ology BS ROMIG JOYCE Uhr1chsv1lle Oh1o Elementary Educat1on BS Delta Delta Delta Unon1an SNEA ROSS RICHARD Omaha Nebraska HISLOIY, BA S1gma Alpha Epsllon Soc1al Chalrman Correspondent Pubhcxty Cha1rman Alpha Ph1 Omega Bowman Scholar, IFC Young Republ1cans Soccer ROUD JEFFREY Canton, Oh1o Busmess Admmnstratlon, BS Alpha Tau Omega Track ROWE BARBARA Cleveland HelghlS Oh1o Elementary Edu cat1on BS SNEA Chorale May Court RUTLEDGE JOYCE-A111ance,Oh1o Enghsh BA SABIERS KATHLEEN Sandusky Oh1o Englxsh and French BA Delta Delta Delta Alpha Lambda Delta PEKS Unonxan Cal hope SCHAAF SHARON North Olmsted Oh1o Elementary Educa t1on BS Alpha Delta P1 House Cha1rman Rush MUP SAC WRA Chorale SNEA SCHENK KARL All1ance Oh1o Geology, BS SCHORY JAMES--Hartv1lle, Oh1o Econom1cs BA Alpha Tau Omega Student Senate Treasurer Golf SCHNEIDER KARL East Cleveland Oh1o Chem1stry BS S1g ma Alpha Eps1lon Rush Scholarshxp M Club Baseball SCHULTZ JANET Cleveland Hexghts Oh1o Elementary Edu canon, BS Alpha Delta P1 Socxal Cha1rman Secretary Cho1r SNEA Chorale Campus Center Student ASSISIZHI SEELEY MARSHA York Pennsylvan1a French BA Unoman SHAHEEN MICHAEL Canton Oh1o Busxness Adm1n1strat1on SHELLENBERGER JAMES All1ance Ohio HISIOIY BA SHUMAN EUGENE Canal Fulton Oh1o Hxstory BA S1gma Nu Football SIRGO THOMAS Canton Oh1o Math BS Alpha Tau Omega football Basketball SMART LAWSON Youngstown Oh1o Chemlstry BS Alpha Tau Omega Scholarsh1p Cha1rman Blue Key P1-es1dent Alembro1c Student Senate IFC Cho1r Amerxcan Chemncal SOCIEIY SMITH CHRISTIE Pxttsburgh Pennsy1van1a Elementary Edu canon BS Delta Delta Delta Pledge Act1v1ty Chalrman WRA AWS MUP SNYDER, CHARLES All1ance Oh1o Econom1cs and Mathemat1cs B A S1gma Nu SOTCAN DIANNA Alllance Oh1o Elementary Educat1on BS Cheerleader SPOTT LINDA Cleveland 0hl0 B1ology BS Alpha X1 Delta Publ1c1tyCha1rman Band May Court ISITAMP JAMES Hanoverton, OhlO Econom1cs BA Ph1 Kappa au STANLEY ANITA All1ance,Oh1o Blology BS STERGIOS FRED Adena Oh1o BUSIHCSS Adm1n1strat1on BA Alpha Tau Omega Treasurer Football STICKLEY MARGARET New Kensmgton Pennsylvama Mathe mat1cs BS SNEA Band Cho1r Chorale STOOPS GLENDA Youngstown Oh1o Elementary Educatxon BS Alpha Ch1 Omega Act1v1t1es Cha1rman SNEA Chorale SCA Sen1or Class Vxce Pres1dent STRYFFELER DONALD All1ance Oh1o Chem1stry, BS Amer1 can Chemxcal Soc1ety TEMPLETON HUGH Kamakura Japan Chem1stry BS Cho1r Band Chorale Theater 5 Alpha Ph1 Omega, Ph1 Kappa Tau Alembroxc TESCHER EILEEN All1ance Oh1o Elementary Educat1on BS THOMAS JOAN Youngstown Oh1o Mathematlcs BS Alpha Ch1 Omega Pres1dent AWS SNEA IRC, Panhellenxc Counc1l May Court THYNG DANIEL Columbus, Oh1o Busmess, BA Pep Band Ph1 Mu Alpha S1nfon1a MafChlHg and Concert Bands Orchestra Brass Cho1r TRAVIS TARI ANN Cuyahoga Falls Oh1o Elementary Educa t1on BS Alpha X1 Delta Vxce Pres1dent Pledge Class Ass1stant Rush, House Manager Marshal AWS Secretary Student Senate Sophomore Class Ollicer Jumor Class Oflicer UNDERWOOD LYNNE Somerset, Oh1o Engl1sh BA Alpha Chr Omega Chapla1n, VICE Pres1dent Dynamo ASSOCIRIIOH PICSI dent Dynamo, Edltor MUC Cholr Student Act1v1t1es Councxl Chorale Concert Band Cover G1rl Contest Cha1rman URBAN DAVID Chardon Oh1o Busmess BA Intramural Board Intramural Sports Alpha Tau Omega Pledge VANCE SANDRA Dresher Pennsylvama Art BA Delta Delta Delta Correspond1ng Secretary Vanety show AWS WRA SNEA SCA VARMUZEK JOSEPH Portage, Oh1o Englxsh BA Marchmg and Concert Bands WALKER JUDITH MIHCIVR Oh1o Engllsh, BA Marching and Concert Bands WALKINGSHAW MARGARET Corapolxs, Pennsylvama Ele mentary Educanon, BS Alpha X1 Delta, Chaplam AWS Greek Week WATSON JAMES Alliance Oh1o Engllsh BA Young Republx can Club Vrce Presxdent Soccer, Captaln l 2 WEAVER BARBARA Columbus Oh1o Socxal Stuches BA Alpha Delta P1 rush chairman AWS, treasurer SNEA Pan he1len1c WEAVER RON North L1ma, Oh1o HISIOIY, BA S1gma Nu cross country two letters track, three letters WEBB DAVID Alltance Oh1o Phys1cs, BS S1gma Alpha Epst lon pledge treasurer student senate representatrve recorder Alpha Ph1 Omega recordmg secretary Blue Key Observatory Assoc1at1on Bowman Scholars UHIODIHH photographer Calliope contributor go WEINGARD HELEN Glenshaw, Pennsylvan1a Elementary Edu cat1on BS Alpha Ch1 Omega warden WRA numerals SNEA WEIR JOSEPH Mmerva, Oh1o Psychology and Somology BA WERSTLER DENVER Canton, Oh1o Chem1stry, BS S1gma Nu chaplam, lleutenant commander commander Blue Key student senate v1ce pres1dent SAC IFC WILHELM CAROL Allzance Oh1o Elementary Educat1on, BS SNEA Method1st Student Movement WILKIN RHONDA Sherrodsv1lle, Ohl0 Enghsh BS WILSON TIMOTHY Stamford, Connect1cut Busxness BA S1g ma Nu 1ntramural basketball football WINDER SARAH Cuyhoga Falls Ohxo Medxcal Technology BS Dynamo chorale WOERNER JEAN Rochester, New York Elementary Educauon B A Alpha X1 Delta recordmg secretary SNEA WRIGHT, WILLIAM Salem, Oh1o Rel1g1on, BA Scholast1c Excellence Award 64 65 YEAGER JACK Bndgeport, 0hl0 Rel1g1on and Philosophy, BA MEIh0dlSf Student Movement SCA baseball YODER JACK Cleveland, Oh1o H1story, BA S1gma Alpha Eps1lon Alpha Ph1 Omega student senate soccer baseball YOUMANS DAVID Allxance Oh1o Chem1stry, BS YUN WON OK Su Da1 Mun Koo, Seoul, Korea Bxology, BS ZABORSKY, GERALD Lower Burrell Pennsylvama Bus1ness Adm1n1strat1on BA S1gma Alpha EPSIIOH, herald, treasurer, rush cha1rman mtramural chalrman Current Busmess Forum IRC Young Republ1cans Club ZIEGLER EMIL Hanoverton Oh1o Chem1stry, BS S1gma Nu lleutenant commander Alembrolc SOCICIY, pres1dent, Amerxcan Chemxcal Socxety, VICE pres1dent ZUGCIC PATRICIA Canton Oh1o Accountlng and Econom1cs BA Beta S1gma Ph1 P1 Gamma Mu concert marchmg, dance lgalndf chorale concert cho1r, ISA IRC Newman Club, Bowman c o ars I T I I - I , I 1I I . . . , ' 1 , . . . 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I 1 1 - 1 , . , . . I I ' I 1 1 1 1 . . 5 . , 1 , . , . . I . 1 l , n 1 , , . . . , 5 . I I 1 I I 1 ' 1 - - 1 . . . . 5 I I -' . . . , WT u , Q 9 1 I , 1 . . . . . . Q Q . , '-' . , . . . . . . . I , 1 - - - , , . , . . . . . . I 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - ' 1. ' ' , 1 1 ' - - I 1 I 1 - , . . Q Q Q . - . I I , . . . , a I u , a I , ' -I I I1 I I 1 I 1 , - l . . , ' ' . . . . . I 9 - - I 3 1 , . . . ' . , ' 1 1 I - I 1 - - 1 I 1 1 , I - I I . . , 1 I 1 1 J Q ' 1 1 1 , - . - . . I I 1 1 1 ' , I 1 I 9 - , I . . I . . 3 S I 1 1 1 1 , Q , ' Q Q ' Abbey, Roger S. 50 Abegglen, Alan W., Jr. 98, 166 Achmoody, David R. 70, 180 Adams, Bradly R. 98 Adams, Kenneth G. 82, 154, 180 Admonius, Albert L. 98 Aiuppy, Laurance, B. Akenhead, Robert D. 82 Albert, David L. 50 Albert, Karen J. 70, 154, 157, 215 Albrecht, Nancie L. 98 Albright, Reba B. 98, 177 Aldrich, Jeffery S. 82, 98 Alexander, Juanita L. 98 Alger, Robert L. 82, 152 Allen, John L. 98 Albert, David L. 50 Allison, Fred E. Allison, Norman N. Alpeter, John F. 70, 174 Anderson, Carol V. 50, 165, 171 Anderson, Gary L. 511, 144, 147, 190 Anderson, James J. 98, 158 Anderson, Kathryn E. 98, 177 Anderson Anderson Andrews, , Nancy L. 82 , Mrs. Shirley L. Mary K. 98 Antall, Karen M. 82 Anthony, Arbanas, Darlene R. 70, 166 Rose Marie C. 171 Armitage, John H. 82, 208 I DEX Bender, Lee A. 99 Benko, Terry J. 83 Benson, Robert L. 99, 191 Berg, Sandra J. 151, 177 Berger, Beryl A. 71, 166, 175 Bernosky, Jack A. 85, 157, 178, 207 Best, Lee A. 83 Bethel, Julie M. 85, 146, 158, 175 Bidlack, Linda M. Biggs, Virginia M. 71 Bishop, John R. Blood, David L. 99 Bloor, Paul M. 160 Bly, Onadell J. 71, 152, 155 Bodley, Bette L. 71, 158, 160, 162, 175 Bogdon, George E. 99 Boggs, Bonnie S. 83 Boggs, Jo-Ann Bogner, Carole E. 99 Boisture, Charles D. Bojanowski, Chester J. 83, 151, 157, 166, 178, 207 Bole, Clifton E. 71 Bolitho, Yvonne E. 71 Bond, Ellen L. 71, 175 Bonstelle, Nancy L. 85, 146 Booth, Karen J. 83 Borland, Jeffrey J. 51 Boster, Janis E. 99, 175 Bostwick, Paula C. 51, 147, 151, 158, 175 Bott, Carolyn L. 71, 171 Armstrong, Mrs. Mary A. Ashbaugh, Frank E. 70 Ashbaugh, Patrick H. 98 Ashbridge, Gilbert R. 98 Ashcom, Nancy C. 98, 171 Ashelman, James G. 98, 184 Aufmuth, David A. 98 Augusta, David A. 83 Austin, John S. 85, 182 Auvil, Mrs. Barbara J. Avery, Robert A. 85 Axtmann, Marilyn J. 51, 144, 155, 177 Babinchak, Carole A. 70 Bachtel, Forrest D. 70, 152, 162 Bacon, Barbara A. 85, 146, 177, 199 Baillis, Kenneth J. 83, 144 Bair, Patricia L. 70, 155 Baker, Charles F. Baker, Dorothy D. 71 Baker, Kathryn L. 98 Baldensperger, Kandee S. 71, 157, 172, Bovyer, John R. 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