Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1961
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Administrators La Educational Groundwor
Dr. Joseph Keiier, Assistant Superintendent of Schools,
aided in the duties of supervising the Mt. Lebanon Public
Dr. Ralph Horsman, Superintendent of Public Schools,
was responsible for managing the nine schools in the
Mt. Lebanon school system and correlating their programs
The school board established and governed the educational policies of the Mt. Lebanon schools.
J The members were Miss Miriam Headley, Mr. William C. Berg, Jr., Mrs. Donald Cameron, Mr.
I2 Robert F. Dyson, Mr. Samuel A. Schreiner, Mr. James L. Daniell, Mr. Otis C. Hogsett, and Mr.
James R. Orr.
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The duties of Mr. Ralph W. McDermot, our vice-princi-
pal, consist of organizing, adiusting, and readiusting our
schedules, placing new students and compiling class rank.
Outlining student policies, co-ordinating the admin-
istration and faculty, advising school committees - all
these duties fall under the direction of Dr. Nelson Mills.
As principal at Mt. lebanon, he is responsible for main-
taining the fine reputation of our school.
Mrs. Delores B. Vroble and Mrs. Jane H. Booth,
as clerical secretaries, are responsible for the ef-
ficient operation of Dr. Mills' office.
Director of instruction for the Mt. Lebanon schools,
Dr. Floy Penn contributed to the success of the school
year by supervising our testing program and co-
ordinating our curriculum.
The World Series season resulted in
more work for Mrs. Geraldine H. Mor-
gan, who, nevertheless, recorded stud-
ents' absences, helped to maintain
student discipline, and compiled at-
tendance records for the school year.
As the activities directors at Mt
Lebanon, Mrs. Margaret Cargill and
Miss Janice Mellinger supervised the
entire activities department of our high
school and headed Student Court and
Our guidance directors offered us competent assistance in choosing a college, a maior field
of study, or a vocation. Department head, Mrs. Ferne W. Horne, supervised the work of Miss
Mildred Frobouck, senior counselor, Mr. Bernard J. Kobosky, iunior counselor and adviser on
the armed services, and Mr. C. William Holman, our director of sophomores.
Miss Ruth Gordon, our home-school
visitor, Miss Mariorie A. Scanlon, our
speech therapist, and Mr. D. Moore,
who was in charge of psychological
testing, helped students with their in-
Miss Fern L. High and Miss Patricia Croke
directed the medical squad, gave physical
examinations, nursed minor ailments, and
treated the yearly epidemic of World Series
In their capacities as administrative secre-
taries, Miss Ruth Wass, Mrs. Leneta E.
Daniels, and Mrs. Helen W. Irwin receive
and compile innumerable forms for grades,
attendance, and college transcripts.
Self-Expression Requires Basic Skills
The ability to communicate with clarity and exact-
ness is ai basic requirement for human co-operation
and understanding. The science of our language in-
cludes many facets, all of which are taught here at
Mt. Lebanon. As English students, we learn the
structure of our language from its smallest building
blocks-parts of speech and sentences-to its great
masterpieces of writing- As well as studying how to
handle our language with competence and efficiency,
we learn how to extend our appreciation of its liter-
ary works. Our English department provides us with
an adequate background for the daily functions of
reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
National Forensic League
MRS. MARY LOU CHARLTON -- - f
DR. MICHAEL A. ACCETTA
MRS. GERALDINE C. ADAMSON
Miss Elliott directs an amateur production of Oedipus Rex.
Sfudenf Guidance Council MRS. MARGARET E. COPELAND MISS JANET L. CURTIS MRS. ANNA T. DAVIS
Special Education English 121 English Ill
Devotional Squad Student Guidance Council
- MISS VIRGINIA A. ELLIOTT MISS ELIZABETH A. EVANS MISS KATHERYN H. MRS. RUTH S. FURLONG
Adv. English 111 and 121 Adv. English 101 FROBESE English 121
Mounty Senior Composition
Assemblies, Usher Squad 2,2355 :gains
MRS. EMMA S. GILBERT MISS RUTH GORDON MISS JEAN W. HAY
English 101 and H-I English 101 Senior Composition
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Student Services Exchange
MISS JACQUELINE M. MR. RICHARD L. JONES
HUGHE5 Special Education
English 101 Wrestling
Lebanon Log Tr'-'Ck
MISS FLORENCE C. McLAUGHLIN
Senior Composition, Journalism,
Lebanon Lantern, Publicity,
MR. THOMSON L. LEIPER MISS JEAN A. MACKINNEY MISS HARRIET N.
Developmental Reading Librarian MANNING
Speed Reading Library Squad EHQIISIW 101
Make-up Squad Sigma Y-Teens
MISS JANICE MELLINGER
Assistant Activities Director
MRS. KAY RYALL MILLER
MR. JULIAN T. MYERS
Studio Squad, Thespians
MRS. ELEANOR T. RINNE MISS BETTY BARBARA SIPE
English 'I2'I English 'III
Detention Gen. English IOI and 'I'lI
Student art work illustrates the Canterbury Tales
Languages Yield Cultural Appreciation
MR. CHARLES G. BLANTON MR. SHELDON S. CAMPBELL MISS CELINDA M. CASS
FFSIICII I German I, Ill, and V French I and lll
MISS DOROTHY I. DEAN
MR. HOWARD M. JONES
French lll, V and VII
MISS MILDRED LENK
MISS MARGERY J. MCCLURE
Latin I and lll
Girls' Usher Squad
The peoples of the world can live together in peace and
mutual respect only when they understand and appreciate
each other. Our foreign language instructors stress the
idea of cultural understanding along with the mastery
of verb tenses and case usage. The four different lang-
uage groupings believe that, by acquainting ourselves
with the customs of Rome, France, Spain, and Germany,
we can help to promote the world understanding which
is so essential today. Since speaking and writing are- the
basis of civilization, we learn of a new way of life when
we study a foreign language.
latin lll Spanish III and V spanish i and nl
Cicero Red CFOSS Spanish Club
"Hier ist Deutschland."
Facts, Ideas Lead To Human Understanding
MR. DAVID A. BATCHELOR MR. MERLE R. BURROWS DR. JOHN E. DENBOW
World History Economics, Sociology, U-5- History
Football Salesmanship Student Guidance Council
MR. VICTOR M. DOAK MR, HARRY C, HADDEN
U-5- HiSf0l'Y U.S. History
Tennis A.P. U.S. History
Understanding social studies is more than knowing
the dates of the reign of Henry VIII or memorizing
the battles of the American Civil Wdr. Here at Mt.
Lebanon, instead of recording facts only, our teach-
ers try to interest us in the ideas which have shaped
the civilization of mankind. They teach us to ques-
tion causes and results, study cultures and ideals,
and apply the lessons of the past to the problems of
today. In this way only, can we break down the
bridges between the peoples of the world.
MRS. HELEN R. HAYNES MR. GEORGE W. KLINE MR. DONLEY U. MOLLENAUER
World History Global Geography U.S. History
A.P. European History Geography of Strategic Areas Cross COUNTY
Property Committee American Government TYGCIC
Bulletin Board Squad
MR. WILBUR C. MOORE
MR. ALBERT N. STANISH
Day Camp Director
Informal classes promote spontaneous ideas.
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MR. MERCER H. CLARK MISS ALICE H. ELMS
Algebra I Adv. Math 'l'l'l and l2l
Gen. Mum Algebra III
In this age of space exploration, mathematics is
the key which unlocks the complexities of the universe.
Reasoning through a complicated problem in algebra
or geometry gives us a basis for the clear thinking
which we must master in order to solve the problems
that arise in other phases of our everyday lives.
Knowing that math stands as the foundation of good
logic and that its possible uses are unlimited, each
mathematics instructor tries diligently to instill in us
these fundamental tools.
MR. HARRY E. FELICH MR. FRED R. GAERTNER
Adv. Math 'l0'l Algebra Ill
Plane Geometry Trigonometry, Math l22
MR. NORMAN L. Gooowm MISS EILEEN NESBITT
Algebra 111 Plane Geometry
MISS ANNE RIGHTMIRE
MISS SARAH E. SMITH MR. EARL L. WHIPKEY
20 Trigonometry Algebra in
Mr. Felich uses a model to clarify a geometric principle
Discovery Raises New Questions
MR. GLENN S. ASTON-REESE
DR. CHARLES F. BECK
MR. s. sHERRicK GILBERT MR. ci-IARLES o. Loma MR, JOSEPH A, MASCETTA
Usher Squad Lost and Found Squad
"Wl1y?" This simple word is so useful and pre-
valent in our daily lives. Why does electrolysis sep-
arate water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen
atoms? Why do the Laws of Mendel operate in
heredity? Why does a bell clapper swing back and
Mr. Ruth points out the value of exact calculations.
MR. DAVID REED RAINES MR. ROBERT A. RUTH MR. THOMAS S. TAYLOR
Chemistry Physics Chemistry
Public Address Squad,
Score Board Squad
Score Effects Squad
forth in only one direction? The scientific answers
to these questions may be found in a student's ex-
periment, in the writings of an eminent scientist, in
a teacher's lecture, or in everyday observations. The
science department guides and directs us, the student
body, in answering the "why's" of many of the
world's mysteries. b '
MR. ROBERT D. ZACUR
MR. ANDREW P. ZEEDICK
We Develop Tomorrow's Practical Skills
"This beats counting on your fingers."
The internal combustion engine, differential gears, and
traffic laws are complex subjects, but, after a course in
driver training, we understand not only the meaning of
these topics, but their applications as well. Success in the
business world depends on that same alertness of mind
which is necessary in driving a car. Business and com-
mercial students master single and double entry book-
keeping, profit ancl loss statements, typing, and shorthand
-skills which enable them to enter the business world
confidently. These practical subiects are among those
that enrich Mt. Lebanon's elective courses.
MR. GEORGE LAMPRINAKOS MR. JOSEPH P. PAGNANELLI
Driver Education Driver Education
MISS DOROTHY H. GROVE
Future Teachers of America
MR. WILLIAM A. MITCHELL
MISS THELMA E. WHINNIE
"I thought these compact cars could go everywhere."
We Express Ourselves Through Art T
Many of us have taken advantage of the variety of elec-
tive subjects which Mt. Lebanon has to offer. We have learn-
ed to develop our talents and appreciate aesthetic values by
creating a design in mosaic, building a table, or playing a
flute at half-time in the band. We have acquired individual-
ity through originality, we have learned to admire the art and
music created by others, and we have gained skills and
qualities which will make ours a richer and fuller life.
MR. ALBERT W. BERNHARDY
MR. JOHN F. RAMSEY
Boys learn to be "homemakers" too.
MR. DOUGLAS SHANER MISS MAY K. SNEARY
Art, Metal Art Choral Music, Triple Trio,
Art Squad Devotional Choir,
Boys' Glee Club and Quartet
MR. ARTHUR Y. YAGELLO
An intricate passage requires special attention from Mr. Yagello.
Strong Minds Mold Health Generation
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Future Nurses of America
Health and gym teachers are the members of a team
that is responsible for helping us to improve our physical
and emotional health. They give us common-sense rules
of hygiene which we can follow in order to promote our
physical and mental well-being. ln gym class, we prac-
tice maintaining healthy bodies by participating in basket-
ball, Indian club drills, swimming, and tennis. At the same
time, these activities encourage sportsmanship and co-
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operation with others- Through these classes, we realize
that good health can be our most prized possession, but
we must work to gain it.
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MISS NORMA A. FAIETA
Cheerleaders, Pep Squad
Leaders Club, Intramurals
MR. WILLIAM M. GRANT
MR. RALPH D. FIFE
MISS DONNA J. SHAVER
Homemaking Is Taught And pplied
MISS PAULINE K. FISH
Future Homemakers of America
Our modern 'world demands that the housewife be
os efficient at her career cts the engineer is ot his,
cncl Mt. Lebcnon's extensive curriculum seeks to give
the future housewife Cl practical background. In the
home economics laboratory, prospective homemokers
goin experience in the fields of clothing and foods.
MISS IRENE YAKULIS
The cooks prepare to fill the student body.
First Row: L. Smith, R. Schweinbraten
Ball, J. Smith, Mclntyre. Second Row
Donelli. Third Row: DeVandry, H.
Schweinbrcten, Deteky, McCue.
Pickerine, Mechtel, Paholsky, Kulenich,
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Red Cross, Spanish Club.
JANET sue ALBERT
Homeroom Programs, F.N.A., Chorus, Triple Trio, Devotional ' .,, i m
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Award, French Club. ANDREW R. ALEX '
Honor Roll, Baseball, Basketball, J.V. Basketball, Biology, Parking.
MORLEY V. ALLEN
RALPH R. ALSTER
Honor Roll, Log, Tennis, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew, Witness
for the Prosecution, Athletic Ushers.
HENRY B. APPLIN X
GAIL SUZANNE ARAPIAN
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.T.A., F.N.A., .
Lost and Found, Medical, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
SUSAN E. ARBURU
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Attend- -
LOUIS ASTI, JR.
ALICE A. ASTON
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Medical.
JEANNE L. AUBERTINE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Art, Decorat-
Bright Social Events
Sparked School Year
"Has anybody seen the band?
LOU BONNIE AUPPERLE
G.A.A., Information, Medical.
JUDITH A. AYERS
Log, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Band, Orchestra, Library, Sr.
Play Script Comm.
PATRICIA DIANE BABISH
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.N.A., Bulletin
Board, Information, Pep Squad.
PATRICIA ANN BAKER
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Dramatics, Chemistry, Pep Squad.
MARY C. BALINT
G.A.A., Lost and Found.
BONNIE J. BALLANTYNE
Log Art Ed., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Library, Pep Squad.
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CAROL JEAN BARNHART iis.
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library, Lost and Found, Medi- ,Q 'I '
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Honor Roll, G.A.A., Our Town, Sr. Play Script Comm., Chemistry, K K .55 .g
Devotional, Lost and Found, Physics, Secretarial, I I 'Q
SHIRLEY ANN BARSON S B it
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club, Y-
Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Lost and Found.
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CHARLES C. BASHFORTH
Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Witness for the Pro-
FRANK A. BATTAGLIA
Homeroom Programs, Football, J.V. Football, Track, J.V. Track,
J.V. Wrestling, Decorating Co-chm.
PEGGY ALICE BAUER
Log, Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Library, Ways
Lantern Make-up Ed., Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports,
Orchestra, Boys' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Parking.
JOHN SUTHERLAND BEACHLER
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off.,
Football, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Track.
JIMMY A. BEALS
CAROL SUE BECKER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens
Off., Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore, Library.
JUDITH A. BENDER
G.A.A., F.H.A. Off., F.N.A., Band.
ROBERT EDWARD BENNINGTON
Intramural Sports, Band.
DONALD G. BENSON
Gymnastics, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
DONNA JEAN BENSON
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Information, Library, Pep Squad, Sr. Play
Ticket Comm. Q
ROBERTA LYNNE BENTZ
Activities Key, Mounty Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., F.T.A., Chemistry,
Library, Secretarial, Girls' Ushers.
WILLIAM A. BIGGS
JOANNE CHRISTINE BIRDY
Lantern, Chemistry Secretarial.
BARRY D. BISHOP
Swimming, Intramural Sports.
MARGARET ANN BLACK
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Chorus Checkroom, Library, Pep
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BARBARA J. BLANSETT
Activities Key, Homeroom Off.,
LAWRENCE JAMES BLOOMER
J.V. Wrestling, Intramural Spo
JUDITH ANN BOAK
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Orchestra,
rts, Boys' Ushers.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus, Physics, Red Cross.
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Honor Roll, Homeroo
NANCY J. BODNAR
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Achievement Bulletin, G.A.A., F.H.A.,
LYNN MARIE BOESTER
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Check-
room, Devotional, Information, Medical.
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MICHAEL JOSEPH BOHO
Lantern, Log, Band, Explorer Scouts.
VIVIEN ARLENE BOLTON
JANE M. sooxsmven
G.A.A., F.H.A., Library.
ELAINE PAMELA BORATEN
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
LINDA JEAN BRODMERKEL
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Triple Trio, Devotional Choir, Lost
and Found, Studio, Library.
JOAN L. BROOKS
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Chemistry, Library.
Activities Key, National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A.,
Leaders Club, F.T.A., Honor Award, Public Address.
DEBORAH DUDLEY BROWER
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Band, Dramatics, Honor Award,
Secretarial, Pep Squad.
BARBARA G. BROWN
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Checkroom, Information.
MARILYN E. BUMER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Cafeteria Dispatchers, Pep
JAMES G. BURKE
Intramural Sports, Homeroom Programs, Spanish Club.
JOHN C. BURNHAM
Homeroom Off., Chemistry, Physics, Proiection.
RODNEY R. BURNS, JR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Explorer Scouts, Thespians, Physics,
Public Address Chm., Studio, Computer Club, Sports Announcer.
GERALDINE PATRICIA BUTLER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A.
MICHAEL D. BYERS
Honor Roll, Physics, Ways and Means.
WILLIAM B. BYER5
Honor Roll, Boys' Ushers.
JAMES M. CALDWELL
Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers
BETH LYNNE CALLAHAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Attendance, Information, Pep Squad.
E. ALLEN CAMPBELL
Cross Country, J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports, Red Cross.
JOHN WALTER CAMPBELL
Homeroom Programs, Swimming, Chorus, Devotional Choir, Boys'
Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore.
GRETCHEN H. BROWN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Leaders Club, Y-Teens,
Attendance Co-chm., Information.
KEVIN A. BROWN
Honor Roll, H.M.S. Pinafore, Witness for the Prosecution, Chem-
LARRY M. BROWN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Gymnastics, Wrestling, Parking, Wif-
ness for the Prosecution, Proiection.
FRANCES DAY BRUCKART
G.A.A., F.T.A., Band, Orchestra, Chemistry, Secretarial.
NANCY ETHEL BRUNK
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Maiorettes, Library, Pep Squad.
COLONEL S. BRUNTJEN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Rifle Mgr., In-
tramural Sports, Parking, Proiection, Scholastic, Arthletic Ushers.
MARGARET L. BRUSO
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Range Rockettes, Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore.
Candlelight Ticket Comm.
JOHN ALAN BULLOCK
Lantern, Homeroom Programs, Swimming, Intramural Sports, Ex-
plorer Scouts, Parking, Boys' Ushers, Ways and Means.
Class Activities Built
pirit And Pride ln
Nancy Nuernberg and Dick Wyles, honored scholastically,
show the secret of their success.
MELODIE MARIE CAMPBELL
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.
WILLIAM C. CARNELL
Explorer Scouts, Cafeteria, Public Address.
ELEANOR A. CARPENTER
CAROL ANNE CARROLL
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club, F.N.A.
Cafeteria Hostess, Pep Squad.
CAROLE ANN CHAPMAN
Honor Roll, Secretarial, Information, Pep Squad, Devilette.
JAMES C. CHENEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, J. V. Football
Intramural Sports, Decorating, Properties.
THOMAS S. CHRISTO, JR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
WILLIAM K. COHO
Swimming Mgr., Track Mgr., Chorus, Devotional Choir, Boys' Glee
NEIL D. COLE
Activities Key, Intramural Sports, Band, Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore,
Witness for the Prosecution, Public Address, Boys' Ushers.
BARBARA JEAN COOLEY
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library, Red Cross.
ROBERT S. COPE
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Swimming Mgr., Intramural Sports.
JOHN MICHAEL CORRIGAN
Gymnastics, Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
ELIZABETH VAIL CORWIN
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Bulletin Board, library, Secretarial.
NANCY JO COTTON
Honor Roll, Devilette Ed., Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.H.A.
Off., Library, Girls' Ushers.
JAMES E. COWAN ii.t
BERETTA JANE CRAWFORD
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Range Rockettes, F.H.A.
JOHN CAMERON CRISSMAN
Honor Roll, Log Sports Staff, Chorus, Our Town, Candlelight, Wit- li
ness for the Prosecution, Thespians, Decorating, Studio Mgr.
ROBERT CROFFORD, JR.
Football, Track, J.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports.
CAROLYN JEAN CROOK
Honor Roll, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Achievement, Bulletin Board, Library,
Spanish Club Off.
Homeroom Programs, J.V. Rifle, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Library.
MARY ELLEN DAILEY .
Homeroom Off., Spanish Club, Medical, Pep Squad.
BARBARA. D'ALESSANDRO yb is if
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.H.A., Information, Library.
DIANNE CAROL DAUGHERTY
Homeroom Off., Range Rockettes.
Senior polls honored Leslie Runger and Alan Mandel for
their participation in activities even though they don't
have quite this many awards.
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DAVID A. DAVIDSON
Swimming, Chemistry, Boys' Ushers.
EDWARD BLAINE DAVIDSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Boys'
Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Chemistry.
JAMES R. DAVIDSON
DAVID EARL DAVIS
Homeroom Programs, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Auditor-
ium Planning, Cafeteria, Decorating, Stage Crew.
ELAINE LYNNE DAVIS
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Honor Award
Chm., Information, Scenery, Pep Squad.
HARRY RICHARD DAVIS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
JEAN ANN DAVISON
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Library, Lost and Found.
ROBERT VIRGIL DAVISON
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll,
Honor Roll, Lantern Sports Ed., Student Congress President, Foot-
ball, Wrestling, Tthespians.
SALLY C. DAWSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Library, Medical, Secretarial,
ROGER F. DEBENHAM
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Homeroom Off., Intramural
NANCY GRAHAM DEGNAN
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Rall, Log Literary Staff, Home-
room Off., Triple Trio, Devotional Choir, Our Town, Honor Award,
LINDA L. DEHNE
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Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore, Witness for the Prosecution.
WILLIAM G. DICKIE
SUSAN KAY DITTMAR
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Congress Secretary, Homeroom
Off., Range Rockettes, F.T.A., Devotional Choir, Witness for the
Prosecution, Devotional Chm.
GEORGE SCROGGIE DONALDSON III
Golf, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
BARBARA DEE DOOLAN
Log, G.A.A., Attendance, Pep Squad.
RONALD A. DOWNEY
Football, Intramural Sports.
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Maiorettes, Decorating.
JUDITH A. DRISCOLL
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.T.A.
D. JEROME DROST
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Chemistry,
DAVID H. DUDT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Lead-
ers Club, Range Rockettes, Y-Teens, Dramatics, Decorating.
CATHERINE ANNE DURKIN
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.
G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader, F.T.A. Off., Social Chm., Lantern.
Getting a sample of their own enthusiasm are Mary Ann
Jones and Don Raines, honored by the Log for their school
SALLY E. EACHES
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.T.A., Library,
Medical, Pep Squad. m L
LINDA si-iARoN EASTERLING
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Programs, F.T.A., Library.
DAVID STEARNS EASTON
Homeroom Programs, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Orchestra,
CAROLYN J. ECK
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Informa-
tion Co-Chm., Scholastic, Sr. Play Script Comm.
THURMAN E. ECKFELD
Log, Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
CAROLYN H. EDE
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens
Off., F.N.A., Attendance Co-chm., Information.
ESHLEY LOUISE EDGAR
Homeroom Programs, Art, Bulletin Board, Information, Medical.
Bulletin Board, Library, Medical, Red Cross, Ways and Means.
MARY JANE EDWARDS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Witness
for the Prosecution, Chemistry, Pep Squad Chm.
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NANCY E- EGAN r' s I I I '
Honor Ron, F.r.A. I
MARIBETH K. ENGLEHART . Y
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, At- b I
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WILLIAM H. ERICKSON
Homeroom Programs, Gymnastics, Intramural Sports.
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Swimming Co-Capt., Red
Cross, Boys' Ushers.
DEBORAH RUTH EVANS
Honor Roll, Orchestra, Violinettes, Library, Girls' Ushers, Pep
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Biology, Library, Secretarial.
PATRICIA LOUISE FASSETT I
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockettes, F.N.A., Lost and Found, Medical. Red Cross.
BARBARA G. FIEDLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A.,
Library, Lost and Found, Medical.
GLADYS ELAINE FINK
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Chemistry, Library,
Secretarial, Ways and Means.
THOMAS W. FISCHER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Chemistry,
Physics, Computer Club.
RITA CAROL FISHER '
Activities Key, National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Mounty,
Orchestra, Chemistry, Debating, Library, Physics.
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BRUCE F. FLETCHER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball,
J.V. Cross Country, Boys' Glee Club, Parking, Score Board.
TRUMAN A. FLOWERS
F.H.A. Ott., Library, Secretarial.
LYNN F. FOLTZ
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, J.V. Football, Intramural
Sports, Orchestra, Decorating.
MARTHA E. FOX
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Dramatics, Information, Library,
PAMELA T. FRANCIS
Lantern, Log Classes Staff, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rock-
ettes, Witness for the Prosecution, Information, Library, Secretarial.
JOSEPH H. FREY
Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Biolo9Yf Homeroom De-
JAY W. FRISKE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Public Address
Co-chm., Score Boa rd.
ROBERT A. FRITZ
ALFRED DAVIS FULTON, JR.
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Home-
room Off., Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Witness for the Prosecu-
tion, Public Address, Sportscaster.
SUSAN P. GALLAGHER
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MOLLIE ANN GLENNAN
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Library.
LINDA KATHERINE GOGLEY
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Pep Squad.
ANNE POE GOULDING
Honor Roll, Log Circulation Mgr., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-
Teens, F.N.A., Orchestra, Library, Pep Squad.
ARTHUR W. GRABE
J.V. Track, J.V. Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Band, Decorating.
SUSAN LEE GRAF
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Library, Pep
Honor-Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom
Off., Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
JUDITH ELLEN GREENE
Honor Roll, Rifle, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Red Cross, Secre-
BARBARA S. GROSE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Costume Co-chm.,
Decorating, Information, Pep Squad, Student Directory Chm.
Lantern, F.H.A., Dramatics, Checkroom.
MARY ANN GALLUZE
Lantern, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A.,-Bulletin Board.
MARY HELEN GAMES 7
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes,
Lantern, G.A.A., F.T.A., Chorus, Library, Lost and Found, Red
Cross, Ways and Means.
CHARLES L. GARLAND
Activities Key and Guard, National Forensic League, Honor Roll,
Mounty Business Mgr., Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., In-
tramural Sports, Explorer Scouts, Ways and Means Co-chm.
KAY LINDA GARRETT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, F.N.A., Library, Medical Co-
chm., Physics, Secretarial.
Honor Roll, Tennis, Track, Intramural Sports.
BARBARA LOUISE GEHRING
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Band, Secretarial.
ANTHONY F. GERACE
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
JOAN RAE GERHOLD
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off, G.A.A., Y-Teens
F.T.A., Library, Secretarial.
DOROTHY E. GERMAN
DIANE L. GETHING
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockettes, Secretarial, Student Directory, Devilette.
ROY ALEXANDER GILLILAND
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Swimming Mgr., Wrestling, J.V. Track
J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports, Red Cross, Boys' Ushers.
LINDA JANE GROVE
Devilette, Student Guidance Gouncil,, Homeroom Progrdms, G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chemistry, Library, Secretarial.
JULIA E. GRUMMER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.N.A., Bulletin Board, Costume, Informa-
tion, Pep Squad.
DAVID F. GUERRIERI
National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Pro-
grams, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Debating, Boys' Ushers.
V. LAWRENCE GUESS
Honor Roll, Rifle, Physics, Computer Club.
DAVID GRAHAM GUY
Honor Roll, Log, Band, Witness for the Prosecution.
DIANE MARIE HABOVICK
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A.
MARY JEANNETTE HAGAN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Classes Staff, Homeroom Off.,
G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Decorating, Secretarial, Student Direc-
.IUDITH E. HALL
Activities Key, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.T.A.,
REGAN LOUISE HALL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Attendance,
SHARON L. HAM
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Homeroom Programs, Home-
room Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., Checkroom, Information, Pep Squad.
BRUCE D. HANCOCK
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Parking, Physics, Boys' Ushers, Cap and Gown.
PHYLLIS H. HARDTMAYER
Honor Roll, Make-up Co-chm.
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MUND C. HARPER
Homeroom Programs, Cross County Mgr., Track Mgr., Chemistry,
Physics, Sr. Play Publicity Comm., Boys' Ushers.
JOHN D. HARPER, JR.
Activities Key, National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Log, Student
Congress Vice-President, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, F.T.A.,
BARBARA FREYA HARRIS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Library, Lost and Found.
MICHAEL R. HARRIS
Lantern, Mounty, Achievement Bulletin, Publicity.
MARY M. HART
Homeroom Programs, Y-Teens, Library, Secretarial.
ROBERT E. HARVEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Track, J.V. Track,
J.V. Cross Country, Decorating.
PATRICIA J. HASLEY
Log, G.A.A., F.H.A., Decorating, Information, Medical, Pep Squad.
LAWRENCE K. HATHAWAY
Honor Roll, Student Court, Homeroom Off., Basketball Capt., Track,
J.V. Basketball, Parking.
WILLIAM R. HECHT
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Orchestra, Parking, Computer
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ANN V. HOERNEMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.T.A., Chorus, H.M.S.
Pinafore, Dramatics, Library, Pep Squad.
JILL L. HOERNER
Log, Pep Squad, Homeroom Off.
JAMES E. HOFF
Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Parking Co-chm.
LINDA ELIZABETH HOLTZ
Homeroom Programs, Pep Squad, Bulletin Board.
RAYMOND K. HOLTZ
Honor Roll, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Chemistry, Physics,
Cap and Gown.
GERALDINE ANN HOOD
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Secretarial.
Log, Mounty, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Information, Secretarial.
SALLY PAGE HORSMAN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockettes, Y-Teens Off., Attendance, Pep Squad.
Homeroom Off., Girls' Gymnastics, G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader.
MARY ELLEN HOUSTON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Lead-
ers Club, Chorus, Devotional Choir, Chemistry, Lost and Found.
JOHN R. HOWE
Baseball, Gymnastics, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
JUDY RUTH HUBBELL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., F.N.A., Chorus, Triple Trio, H.M.S.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library, Red Cross, Pep Squad.
WILLIAM P. HERTEL
Log, Intramural Sports, Band, Decorating, Properties, Basketball
MARGARET ANN HEWITT
Honor Roll, Devilette, G.A.A., Band, Chemistry, Library, French
MARCIA L. HICKEY
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore,
KENNETH T. HILDEBRAND, JR.
Achievement Bulletin, Homeroom Programs, Football, Intramural
JOHN SCOTT HILL
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Student Court, Homeroom Off.,
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Chemistry, Physics.
TOM W. HILLEMAN
JOAN P. HILLGROVE
G.A.A., F.N.A., Attendance, Costume Co-chm., Information, Red
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Information, Library, Secretarial,
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JEFFREY G. HUBRIG
Log, Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Devotional.
JOYCE CAROL HUMPHREY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.N.A. Off.
NANCY JANE HUMPHREYS
Honor Roll, F.H.A., Cafeteria Hostess, Library, Secretarial.
JUDITH A. HUNTER
G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Lost and Found.
JOSEPH PAUL HUTCHINSON
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, J.V. Track, J.V. Wrest-
ling, Cafeteria Host.
LINDA K. HUTCHINSON
Lantern, Log, Girls' Gymnastics, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.N.A.,
Bulletin Board, library, Ways and Means.
BARBARA LEE HUTTER
G-A-A-, Range Rockettes, F.N.A., Library,
PAMELA J. HYSLOP
G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Art, Bulletin Board, Publicity, Scenery,
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CATHERINE HOLLAND IRWIN
Activities Key, Student Court, G.A.A., Mrs. McThing, Attendance,
Decorating, Devotional, Public Address, Thespians Off.
MELVIN D. ITZEL
Honor Roll, Orchestra.
MARY ANN IVANCIW
Y-Teens, Information, Library, Red Cross, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Homeroom Off., Athletic Ushers, Secretarial.
DORIS ELLEN JACOBSON
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Lost and Found.
DAVID L. JOHNS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Chemistry, Devo-
tional, Physics Co-chm., Computer Club.
KNUT J. JOHNSON, JR.
Homeroom Programs, Hospitality, Proiection, Boy's Ushers, Ways
and Means Chm.
DAVID R. JOHNSTON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Devotional, Physics, Boys' Ushers. Football Statistics.
Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Library, Pep Squad.
HERBERT R. JONES III
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Chorus, Witness for the Pro-
MARY ANN JONES
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Dramatics, Cafeteria Hos-
tess, Secretarial, Pep Squad Chm.
PATRICIA RUTH JONES
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Rifle, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.N.A.,
GINGER M. JORDAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.H.A., Chorus,
Triple Trio, Chemistry.
Homeroom Off., Football, Track, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football,
JAMES D. KALEY
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Business Mgr.,
Homeroom Off., Swimming, Cap and Gown.
CONSTANTINE MARKOS KALOGERAS
Honor Roll, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria
Host, Physics, Boys' Ushers.
IREN E MARKOS KALOGERAS
Lantern, Log, Mounty, G.A.A., F.T.A., F.N.A., Checkroom, Medical,
Ways and Means.
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.,
G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader, Decorating Co-chm., Pep Squad
SANDRA ROBERTA KAUPER
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor
Roll, Lantern Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., F.T.A. Off., Medical, Girls'
ROBERT KRAFT KAY
Honor Roll, Mounty, Orchestra, Biology, Parking.
CAROLANN CELESTE KEARNS f
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Information, Medi-
NANCY R. KEEGAN
Lantern, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Library.
ALICE E. KEIM
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Information, Ways and
Means, Pep Squad.
GARY A. KELLER
Intramural Sports, Devotional.
D. SCOTT KENNING
Homeroom Programs, Baseball, Football, J.V. Football, Intramural
One among many
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Honor Roll, G.A.A., Orchestra, Dramatics, Library, Ways and
DEANNE C. KUSTES
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.H.A., Library.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Track, Track, In-
tramural Sports, Witness for the Prosecution, Devotional.
WILLIAM HENRY LANE ll
Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Co-Ed., Achievement Bulletin, Homeroom Off., Publicity, Boys'
Ushers, Senior Student Mgr.
SUSAN B. LANGENKAMP
Log, G.A.A., F.T.A., Witness for the Prosecution, Honor Award,
BERNARD GEORGE LAQUINTA
Homeroom Off., Football, Baseball, Intramural Sports.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Orchestra, Dramatics, Chemistry, Library,
INGRID CAROLYN LARSON
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Chorus, Library.
ANTHONY T. LAVELY
Honor Roll, J.V. Football, Band, Devotional Choir, Boys' Glee
Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Cafeteria Host, Proiection Co-Chm., Traffic.
LESLIE MARY KERBER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Information, Library, Medical.
DIANE LADD KESSLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off. F.T.A., Library.
JOHN A. KETCHUM
NANCY JEANNE KETCHUM
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Student Court, Homeroom Off., Range
Rockettes, Art, Bulletin Board, Decorating.
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Basketball Mgr., Cross Country Mgr..
Intramural Sports, Achievement Bulletin, Boys' Ushers.
KAREN HELEN KOBRAN
Mounty, Library, Secretarial, Sr. Play Publicity and Ticket Comms.
DIANE CORDAY KOERNER
Honor Roll, Log, Entertainment Bulletin, Student Congress, Home-
room Off., G.A.A., Art, Bulletin Board Chm., Scenery.
DIANE LOIS KRAETSCH
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, At-
tendance, Honor Award, Guidqnce, Pep Squad.
DONALD P. KREDEL
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Congress, Homeroom Off., J.V.
Track, Track, Band.
PATRICIA L. KRESGE
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Checkroom, Scenery.
JANE LEE KROPF
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
DIANE LOUISE KRUEGER
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Student Congress Secretary
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Our Town, Medical Co-Chm., Devotional
CHRISTINE ALICE LAWLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A.,
Chorus, Honor Award, Pep Squad.
MICHAEL RICHARD LEBO
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Physics.
KATHY J. LELAND
Mounty, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A.
DOUGLAS J. LEONARD
OLEN F. LEVELL
J.V. Track, J.V. Football, Track, Intramural Sports, Dramatics,
Ways and Means.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Witness for
JOHN K. LEWIS
Baseball, Football, Wrestling.
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.T.A., Dramatics,
Decorating, Devotional, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
THOMAS G. LINSLEY
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Cross Country Mgr,, Foof.
ball MSF-, Wrestling Mgr.
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Ott., Intramural Sports, Band,
Public Address, Witness for the Prosecution.
WARREN F, LORY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track Co-Capt., Intramural
JACKSON S. LOVE, JR.
Honor Roll, Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
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Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore.
NANCY CATHERINE LUMPKIN
DIANE HOLMES LUPEAN
Honor Roll, Achievement Bulletin, Y-Teens, Attendance, Library
Red Cross, Pep Squad.
G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.H.A., Cafeteria Dispatchers, Secre-
MARY ANNE LYNCH
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Chorus, Public Address.
CAROL SHEILA LYNOTT
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, Range Rock-
ettes, Costume, Decorating, Secretarial.
JOHN A. L. LYONS
Honor Roll, Physics, Computer Club.
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Band.
nd We Will ot Forget
. . . who ioined and led in activities, helped to plan
school dances, cheered their team at pep rallies and on
the field, applauded the musicals and plays, and laugh-
ed with their friends at senior parties.
. . . who yelled cheers and sang spirited class songs.
. . . who boldly identified Mt. Lebanon with their class
proiect, the high school sign.
. . . who studied diligently to uphold the scholastic
quality of Mt. Lebanon students.
. . . who anticipated their graduation with a feeling
of pride and fulfillment, realizing that it is the door to
. . . who reached the final level of their high school
education with flying colors and are ready to take their
places in society as young adults.
ALAN IRWIN MANDEL
Advisory Council, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Stuclent Guidance
Council, Activities Key and Guard, Hospitality, Student Congress
Vice-President, Log Sports Ed., Homeroom Off.
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Basketball, J.V. Wrestling,
Homeroom Programs, Rifle, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Deco-
NELLA RUTH MARTIN
National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off.,
G.A.A., Devotional, Library, Public Address, Pep Squad.
RANDOLPH w. MARTIN
Homeroom Programs, Swimming.
WILLIAM G. MASSEY
Homeroom Off., Chess, Rifle, Intramural Sports, Chorus, H.M.S.
KENNETH R. MAXSON
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
MIMIKA M. MAYERS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A. Off., Check-
room Co-chm., Information.
DAVID JOHNSTON MCCALLUM
Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Decorating.
DONNA J. MCCAULEY
Chorus, Devotional Choir, Boys' Glee Club.
Familiar Daily Scenes
Activities Stay Long
In Our Memories
"Our cafeteria makes the best cake."
WILLIAM DOUGLAS McCREA
PAULA JEAN MCFADDEN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-
Teens, Information, Library, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
LUCINDA MAE McGREW
Honor Roll, Log, Band, Bulletin Board.
MURRAY G. McGREW
Intramural Sports, Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore,
Computer Club, Mt. Lebanon Boys' Quartet.
TIMOTHY J. MCNEELY
Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Track, J.V. Track, Intramural
Sports, Boys' Ushers.
F. DAVID MCRITCHIE
Chemistry, Explorer Scouts.
G.A.A., Dramatics, Library, Make-Up, Pep Squad.
BARBARA JEAN MEHAFFEY
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.H.A. Off., Attendance, Information, Library,
ROBERT A. MELENDES
Honor Roll, Mounty, Physics, Proiection.
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MICHAEL A. MELVIN
Homeroom Programs, Band.
LINDA LOUISE MENKE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Scholastic, Girls' Ushers, Pep Squad.
Football, Intramural Sports.
Student Congress President, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Band, Our Town, Public Address, Thespians Off., Witness
for the Prosecution Student Director.
GRANT ROBERT MEYERS
BARBARA JEANNE MILLER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus,
GEORGE L. MILLER
Homeroom Programs, Gymnastics, Wrestling, Intramural Sports,
J. RANDOLPH MILLER
PATTI JEAN MILLER
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Assistant Ed,
Homeroom Off., Range Rockettes, Achievement Chm., Library
RUSSELL L. MILLER
Boys' Glee Club, Spanish Club.
SARAH CLAUDIA MILLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.T.A., Chorus,
Triple Trio, H.M.S. Pinafore, Secretarial.
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Medical
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CARLA A. MUELLER
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader, Y-Teens, F.N.A.,
Make-up, Medical, Girls' Gymnastics.
ELIZABETH ANN MULLIKEN
Honor Roll, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Attendance, Ways and Means.
ELIZABETH T. MULLINS
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Library, Pep Squad,
BARBARA JEAN MUROS
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Secretarial, Ways and Means.
SALLY S. MYTON
Band, Ways and Means.
NANCY JANE NAISMITH
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Homeroom Programs,
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Auditorium Planning, Medical,
ROBERT G. NELSON
Honor Roll, Chemistry, Red Cross.
KENNETH R. NEWHAMS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cross Country, J.V. Cross Country,
Intramural Sports, Boys' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Chemistry,
Red Cross Co-Chm.
SUSAN ELIZABETH NORSEEN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Maiorettes, Chorus,
The Matchmaker, Attendance, Decorating, Secretarial.
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., F.N.A., Information, Library, Red
Cross, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
HELEN BETH NOWAK
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Honor Award,
Library, Lost and Found, Secretarial.
NANCY JEANNE NUERNBERG
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Log Literary Ed., Home-
room Off., Orchestra, Witness for the Prosecution, Devotional, A.
F.S. Foreign Exchange Student, Quill and Scroll.
JEFFREY ALLEN MINNO
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, Wrestling, J.V. Track.
DAVID W. MINNOTTE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Golf Capt.,
Intramural Sports, Social.
JACQUE I. MINNOTTE
Honor Roll, Boys' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Witness for the
Prosecution, Public Address, Score Board, Studio.
MARSHA JAYNE MOCK
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A
Y-Teens Off., Chorus, Devotional, Spanish Club.
CAROLYN LEE MOORE
Log, G.A.A., Band, Secretarial.
MYRON L. MOORE
Intramural Sports, Public Address.
JAMES F. MORAN
National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Lantern, Cross Country,
Debating, Cafteria Host, Ways and Means, Computer Club.
NANCY C. MORRIS
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Library.
ROBERTA ANN MORSE
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SANDRA SUE OATES
Activities Key, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Band, Devotional, Library,
CAROLYN A. OBEY
Lantern, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JUDITH ANN OCHODSKI
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library, Medical, Red
Cross, Pep Squad.
JOHN V. O'CONNOR
Traclf, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
JAMES H. OFFUTT
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Cross
Country, F.T.A., Band, Boys' Ushers.
PETER L. OLSON -
Rifle, Intramural Sports, Boys' Glee Club, H.M.S. Pinafore, Biolo-
gy, Parking Chm., Physics.
FRAN X. ORTALE
Intramural Sports, Parking.
SANDRA ELIZABETH OTTO
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., F.N.A., Checkroom, Library,
Ways and Means Co-Chm.
JOSEPH REED OVEREND
Baseball, Football, Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
TERRY LEA PASQUARELLI
Mounty, F.T.A., F.N.A., Pep Squad.
DIDRA ELENE PAULUS
Lantern, G.A.A., Decorating, Honor Award, Information, Secre-
tarial, Pep Squad.
DAVID C. PECK
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Simpson and Jack Meyer ln the field of creative talent.
LINDA M. PECK
'Homeroom Programs, Rifle, G.A.A., F.T.A., F.N.A., Information,
tlibrary, Pep Squad.
CHARLES NEAL PERRINE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Cross Country, Track, J. V.
Track, J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
CAROLYN ANN PERRIS
Bulletin Board, Library.
RICHARD I. PETERS
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Offz,
Intramural Sports, Orchestra, Red Cross, Social, Boys' Ushers.
KAREN LOUISE PETTERSON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.N.A., Checkroom, Chemistry, Medical.
LYNDA J. PFENDLER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club,
Orchestra, Witness for the Prosecution, Ways and Means, Cap
BRUCE N. PHILLIPS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, J.V. Basketball, J.V.
ELLEN M. PHILLIPS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, Range
Rockertes, Costume, Decorating, Information, Pep Squad.
GEORGIA CAROL PHINNEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Orchestra, Red Cross.
.IANICE CAROL PIKE
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Attendance, Li-
brary, Pep Squad.
MARGOT CROSSLEY PLANT
G.A.A., F.T.A., Decorating, Pep Squad.
DIANE L. PLASMAN
Homeroom Programs, Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Information, Pep
BETTY LOU POPE
G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library, Lost and Found.
DAVID WAYNE POWELL
Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.H.A., Secretarial.
CAROLE L. PRESET
Honor Roll, Mounty.
DOROTHY E. PREUSCH
F.N.A., Chorus, Pep Squad.
F.N.A., Chorus, Red Cross.
DONALD L. RAINES
Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Parking.
L. JEFFRY RANDALL
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Rifle, Witness for
the Prosecution, Chemistry, Proiection, Studio, Boys' Ushers.
RODNEY CURTIS RANKIN
Intramural Sports, Chemistry.
WILLIAM J. RAPP
Gymnastics, Swimming, Intramural Sports.
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leadership abilities, for which they were honored
RICHARD L. RAY
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., Wrestling,
Intramural Sports, Proiection, Football Statistics.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Swimming, Intramural Sports,
MARY JANE REDDING
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A.,
Dramotics, Medical, Secretarial.
MICHAEL L. REED
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Physics, Ways and Means.
JOHN F. REEVES
Log Business Staff, Student Guidance Council, Homeroom Pro-
grams, Intramurol Sports, Witness for the Prosecution, Dramotics,
Thespians, Stage Crew, Ways and Means.
WILLIAM M. REEVES
Baseball, Football, Wrestling, J. V. Football, Intramural Sports.
KAREN SUE REICHARD
Band, Cafeteria Dispatchers.
HELEN R. REICHL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Pep Squad.
MARILYN M. REYNOLDS
Honor Roll, Girls' Gymnastics, G.A.A., F.N.A. Off., Library, Medi-
cal, Girls' Ushers, Pe-p Squad.
DONNA LOREE RHOADES
G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, Range Rockettes, Attendance, Pep
JULIA ANN RICHARDS
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Chorus, Honor Award, Pep Squad
BETTE JANE RIDINGER
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.N.A., Cafeteria
Rifle, G.A.A., Library, Pep Squad.
DAVID DION ROBERTS
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., J.V. Track, Our Town, Witness
for the Prosecution, Physics, Boys' Ushers, Spanish Club Off.
RICHARD R. ROBINSON
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Parking, Sr. Play Publicity Comm.,
Boys' Ushers Co-chm.
PATRICIA ANN ROBISON
G.A.A., F.H.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
SHERON JENE ROCK
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern Feature Ed., Entertainment,
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club Off., Pep Squad, Y-Teens
JOHN W. RODGERS
Intramural Sports, Band, Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore.
SANDY R. RODGERS
Honor Roll, Log Literary Staff, Library, Medical.
HEIDI STAMAN RODNEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Band, Orches-
MARCIA ALICE ROSCOE
G.A.A., Range Rockettes.
ALBERT G. ROTH
Homeroom Programs, Explorer Scouts, Boys' Ushers.
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HELEN A. ROVEGNO
Activities Key, Leaders Club, Checkroom Co-chm., Honor Award,
Information, Scholastic, Secretarial, Ways and Means, Girl's
ANDREA SUE RUBEN
IBulletin Board, Library.
LESLIE ANN RUNGER
Activities Key and Guard, National Forensic League, Student
Court, Homeroom Off., F.T.A., Orchestra, Hospitality, Studio, Pep
BARBARA ANNE RUSSELL
Honor Roll, Information, Library.
SUSAN L. RUSSELL
F.H.A., Library, Lost and Found.
WILLIAM MICHAEL SAKMAR
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Chemistry, Parking, Stage
HERBERT M. SANDERS
Intramural Sports, Dramatics.
PAUL N. SARANDOS
Log, Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports.
GEORGE CHARLES SARKIS
,Homeroom Programs, Football, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intra-
mural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
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Wrestling, .I.V. Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
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Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Mounty
Co-Ed., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Orchestra, Devotional, Red Cross.
ALYN JOY SCHECK
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Scholastic, Secretarial, Sr. Play
Publicity Chm., Ways and Means Chm.
KATHLEEN M. SCHIFFHAUER
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.N.A., Information,
Red Cross, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
TERRY LANE SC HMIDT
DALTON D. SCHNACK
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports,
FRED W. SCHWARTZ
Homeroom Off., Swimming, Physics.
KATHLEEN ANN SCHWARZ
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Editor-in-Chief,
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Checkroom, Secretarial.
LAURA OLIVE SEFTON
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Pep Squad.
GORDON CHARLES SEYBOLD
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Chemistry, Physics, Cap and Gown.
MARY LEE SHANNON
G.A.A., Leaders Club, Homeroom Programs.
CATHERINE ANN SMITH '
Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off. G.A.A., Bulletin Board
Lost and Found, Secretarial.
DAVID TRACEY SMITH
Football, Track, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Deco-
HOWARD HUNT SMITH
Chorus, H.M.S. Pinafore, Cafeteria, Mt. Lebanon Boys Quartet.
MARY DANA SMITH
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockettes, Y-Teens Off., Bulletin Board, Girls' Ushers.
STODDART H. SMITH
Swimming Co-Capt., Band.
SUSAN ELIZABETH SMITH
Lantern News Ed., Honor Roll, Log Classes Staff, Homeroom Pro-
grams, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Hospitality.
CAROL LORAY SNOW
G.A.A., F.H.A., Information.
KAREN ROSE SORG
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Decorating, Pep Squad.
JEROME JENNINGS SPEARS
Rifle, Public Address.
S. FRANK SPEICHER
SUZANNE LYNNE STAFFORD
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Leaders Club, Range Rockettes, F.
N.A., Library, Secretarial.
ROBERT STARR L
Homeroom Programs, Football, Intramural Sports.
CAROL LEE SHAPPACHER
Lantern, Achievement Bulletin, F.T.A., Band Secretary.
JOHN POWELL SHIELDS
SHARON L. SHUTTLEWORTH
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Classes Ed.,
Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, F.T.A.
DANA LOUISE SIMPSON
Honor Roll, Log Art Staff, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Head Varsity
Cheerleader, The Matchmaker, Art, Make-up, Medical.
LESTER A. SIMPSON
J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
SUE THOMAS SIMS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Rifle, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus, H.M.S.
MARLENE LOIS SINGER
Log, Devilette, G.A.A., F.N.A. Off., Orchestra, Violinettes, Li-
brary, Red Cross.
NANCY ANNE SKARADA
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Information, Secretarial, Pep Squad.
MARY ELLEN SKINNER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.H.A. Off., Library.
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Lantern, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., F.H.A., Library.
GEOFFREY C. STEELE
Achievement Bulletin, Gymnastics, Intramural Sports, Witness for
the Prosecution, Physics, Athletic Ushers.
DAVID R. STEINBRINK
Homeroom Programs, Intramural Sports, Parking.
JUDITH ANN STERMER
Honor Roll, Log, Entertainment Bulletin, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
JOHN PFOUTS STEVENS
Football, Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Hospitality.
JOHN P. STOBIE
Cross Country, Track, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intramural
C. ANDREW STOODY
DETMAR WILLIAM STRAUB
-National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Devotional Choir, Boys'
Glee Club, Our Town, Witness for the Prosecution, Chemistry, De-
JOAN M. STREYLE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Literary Staff, Mounty, Homeroom
Off., G.A.A., Information, Library, Red Cross.
MICHAEL WILLIAM SUNNER
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, Our
Town, Dramatics, Boys' Ushers.
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"We need one of these in the band."
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SALLY ANNE SUTHERLAND
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Make-up.
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, F.T.A., Pep Squad.
ELEANOR LYNN SWARTZ
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Rifle Capt., G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Chorus, Chemistry, Devotional.
J. CHARLES TEMPLETON
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Gymnastics, Rifle, Witness for
the Prosecution, Physics, Red Cross, Ways and Means.
ARDETH ANNE TENNYSON
Honor Roll, Library.
STEVEN W. THEIS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, J. V. Basketball,
Intramural Sports, Honor Award, Physics.
WILLIAM PATRICK THOMAS
Ways and Means.
DARLA JEAN THOMPSON
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Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Swimming,
CHARLOTTE L. TIMMONS
Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Y-
Oft., Red Cross.
DAVID A. TOMB
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Boys' Glee Club, Witness
for the Prosecution, Biology, Parking. '
WILLIAM E. TOURNAY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Orchestra, Studio,
ROBERT K. TOWNER
Honor Roll, Baseball Mgr., Football Mgr., Intramural Sports.
JODY PATRICIA TOWNSEND
Library, Publicity, Secretarial.
THOMAS R. TREWIN
Homeroom Programs, Traffic.
EDWARD M. TROY
Honor Roll, Chemistry, Projection, Boys' Ushers.
TERRY A. TUPPER
DONALD K. TURNQUIST
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Rifle, Intramural Sports,
VIRGINIA R. TWEEDIE
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes,
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WINIFRED JUNE WATSON
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Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Range Rockettes, F.T.A.,
Chorus, Candlelight, Make-up Co-chm., Secretarial, Thespians.
JANE M. WEAFER
Lantern, Log Classes Staff, Homeroom Programs, G.A.A., Medi-
cal, Pep Squad.
EARL T. WEAVER
Homeroom Off., lntramural Sports, Baseball Mgr., Basketball
Mgr., Football Mgr.
EMMY LOU WEAVER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Honor Award, Medical, Pep Squad.
WILLIAM S. WEAVER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
HARRIETT GAIL WEINBERG
Homeroom Programs, F.N.A., Library, Lost and Found.
JOHN B. WEISIGER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cross Country Co-
Capt., Track Co-Capt., J.V. Cross Country, lntramural Sports,
JOHN F. WELCH
Honor Roll, Log Publicity Staff, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom
Off., Auditorium Planning, Boys' Ushers.
Entertainment Bulletin, lntramural Sports.
GLENN A. WELLS
Honor Roll, Chemistry, Physics.
WENDY LYNNE WEPPNER
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A. Off.
MARGARET ANNE VAN DUSEN
National Forensic League, Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council,
Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A. Off., Devotional, Red Cross, Ways and
ROBERT WINFIELD VAN NUISE ll
Rifle, J.V. Football, lntramural Sports, Parking.
MARGARET GAYLE VAN SANT
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Rifle, G.A.A., Orches-
tra, Devotional Choir, Chemistry, Girls' Ushers.
LINDA RUTH VAN TRIES
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Checkroom, Lost and Found, Medical.
FRANCIS WILLIAM VOGEL, JR.
DONNA LYNN VORHEES
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus, Library.
FRED L. WAGNER
Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers, Wrestling Mgr.
LYNN GAIL WARNHOLZ
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ROSEMARY ALICE WERNER
Activities Key and Guard F.T.A., Girls' Glee Club, Library,
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Range Rockettes, Y-Teens Off.,
Girls' Ushers Chm.
ROBERT H. WETMORE
Honor Roll, Football Mgr., Track Mgr.
DEBORAH HINTON WHITE
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Orchestra, Spanish Club, Library.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.H.A., Checkroom.
MARSHA A. WHITE
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information.
GARY R. WIANT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural
DIANE G. WICKHAM
G.A.A., F.N.A., Chemistry.
WILLIAM E. WICKER
Lantern, Log, Band, Sr. Play Publicity Co-chm.
DAVID AUSTIN WIKOFF
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Witness for the Prosecution,
Thespians Student Director, Life with Father.
LESLIE LORENE WILMOT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Orchestra, Violinettes.
BONNIE LEE WILSON .
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Library,
LETITIA M. WILSON
CAROL LYNN WIMMER U
Honor Roll, Entertainment Bulletin, Range Rockettes, Witness for
the Prosecution, Bulletin Board.
MINNA JOY WINDER
G.A.A., F.N.A., Art.
ROBERT R. WINSMORE
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports
G.A.A., Range Rockettes, Information, Library
Lantern, Homeroom Programs, Gymnastics, Track, Intramural
Sports, Blue Devil, Chorus, J.V. Track.
Honor Roll, Boys' Glee Club.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Lantern, Mounty, Honor Award,
G.A.A., Dramatics. Received special recognition by entering the
University of Pittsburgh after the completion of her iunior year at
DAVID P. WRAY
Wrestling, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Band, Biology.
JOHN THOMAS WRIGHT
Homeroom Programs, Cross Country, Track, J.V. Cross Country,
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
RICHARD S. WRIGHT
Homeroom Programs, Track, J.V. Track.
JOHN A. WUNDERLICH
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Student Court, Basketball,
Track, Hospitality, Properties, Boys' Ushers.
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GEORGE HENRY WURSTER
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, Intramural
WILLIAM EDWARD WURZBACH
Homeroom Programs, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Ex-
plorer Scouts, Cafeteria.
J. RICHARD WYLES
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball, Football,
J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football.
JAMES L. YAGELLO
CAROLYN LEE YARGER
Honor Roll, Range Rockettes, Y-Teens, Attendance, Honor Award,
VICTORIA JANET ZUCK
G.A.A., Band, French Club.
Entered Mt. Lebanon as a foreign exchange student from Italy
after 'the first semester.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Officer, Log, Mounty, Thespians, In the Pink,
Our Town, Art, Scenery. As an exchange student with The American
Field Service, Peter Dyer spent the first semester of his senior year
in Germany, where he attended school and lived with a German
Entered Mt. Lebanon as a senior at the end of the first semester.
Study guides tell us to set aside one quiet place for home
work . . .
"Ever Our Praises Shall Ring"
In their third year at Mt. Lebanon, the juniors strove to re-
tain the high level that they had already achieved. Benefiting
from the more enriched curriculum available to them, they
went ahead to undertake added responsibilities- They plan-
ned for the future by utilizing their skills and participating
in extra-curricular activities and plays. The many new
friendships they made added depth to their personalities.
By attempting to further both its athletic and scholastic stand-
ing, the iunior class did its share of contributing to the pro-
gress of the school. Now the class of '62 is eagerly con-
templating its senior year, when it hopes to bring even greater
recognition to Mt. Lebanon High.
'l'l -'l Miss McClure
ROW T: B. Smith, S. Kerr, S. Scott. ROW 2: K. Blrris,
A. Sherman, J. Hotrichter, K. Thomos. ROW 3: L. Rote,
C. Potnesky, A. Wharton. ROW 4: S. McCoy, J. Sorg,
N. Torr, A. Orr, G. Thomas. ROW 5: T. Ferry, K. Greer,
J. Stephens, B. Richards. ROW 6: P. Judge, C. Colaaugh,
R. Ali, N. Louffer. ROW 7: D..Boker, M. Schlentner, M
Bourne, R. Knowles.
"Who's got the ball?"
'll-2 Mrs. Miller
ROW T: M. Stearns, M. Mooney, H
Good, C. Willison, L. Weisbrod, C.
Lommert, B. Ehlers. ROW 2: P. Thomp
son, S. H0991 D. Fortunes, K. Phil-
lips, M. Kimpel, J. Beyer, A. Borgmon
M. Boughmon. ROW 3: F. Sargent,
H. Elliott, B. Craig, D. Bochman, J
Breier, D. Somek. ROW 4: B. Heron,
F. Hasley, D. Brugdon, S. Stevens, J
Froelich, W. Rowswell, L. Rector.
A 11 - 3 Mrs. Furlong
ROW 'l: J. Housekeeper, J.Crouch, J. Dimock, M. Martin, G.
Widmer. Row 2: A. Sparks, G. Vetter, L. Sowa, G. Carter, J.
Williams. Row 3: S. Payne, M. Pruitt, B. Wenke. Row 4
J. Archer, J. Donahoe, K. Oermann, N. Conlan. Row 5: M
Ferson, E. Sabom, B. Graves, B. Beck. Row 6: L. Shekell, S
Culbertson, R. Chappell, B. Jackson. Row 7: D. Campbell, J
Berg, H. Ehlers, J. Soracco. Row 8: B. Beazley, D. Howe, S
Would you believe it? We have a deadline!
11-4 Mr. Mascetta
Row 'I: M. Wood, R. Humphryes, M.
Sterling, A. Dinneen, J. Toperzer, J.
Ferguson, J. Tutty, L. Crawford. Row
2: M. Alexander, B. Ullman, J. Diek-
mann, K. Jordan, J. Hoover, R. Roach,
M. Revesz, S. Sterling. Row 3: B. Her-
ald, D. Carroll, D. Manoogian, T.
Jackson, G. Leach. Row 4: W. Marr,
D. Kozma, G. Smith, R. Whiteman, R.
Patterson, J. Schafer.
'I'l -5 Miss Dean
ROW 1: S. Hackenberg, J. Housekeeper, B. Swo-
ish, D. Fair. ROW 2: G. App, P. Yeager, G.
Mitchell, C. Betzler. ROW 3: S. Evans, J. Mc-
Cormick, B. Hankins, L. Campbell. ROW 4: B.
Reynolds, R. Downie, J. Toth, D. lams. ROW
5: N. Mager, D. Jones, J. Martin. ROW 6: M.
McKee, J. Daniell, K. Kurtz, D. Lauerman.
'll -7 Miss Sneary
ROW 1: C. Latimer, A. Demaret, M.
O'Conner, G. McMiIlen, N. Cameron,
S. Brettholle, N. Hovorka, J. Alexand-
er. ROW 2: B. Haines, L. Fitch, N.
Reichard, B. Dean, B. Scott, C. Von
Stocker, J. Geist, S. Oram. ROW 3:
H. Boyer, G. Watt, L. Gray, T. Rob-
son, D. Jones, D. Hurwitz. ROW 4:
C. Cameron, B. Anderson, C. McMil-
lan, K. Sutter, G. Thuransky, G. Heron,
'l'I -6 Miss Frobese
ROW 1: S. Wilson, B. Gessler, K. Bingham,
B. Thornburgh, M. Fischer, L. Emery, P.
Brunk, B. Dore. Row 2: R. Conley, N
Chadek, S. Donaldson, C. McCann, N. Ad-
kins, G. Burrows, D. Drisko. ROW 3
J. McCaslin, B. Offutt, B. Seamans, S
Staplin, L. Fassett, N. Bock. ROW 4
F. Maston, B. Parsons, F. Concilus, F. Wal
lin, D. Dovis, C. Gardner, D. Matthewson,
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1 js' 'll -8 Mrs. Adamson
V, , " ROW 'l: K. Shean, M. Service, H. Steverman, F. Rahn. ROW
V ,-"' X lf! 2: N. Mayberry, L. Birge, B. Wagner, R. Hamilton. ROW 3:
I ". . . to the flag of the United States of America. . . " ,iffy sslzgmgr NM Wlllingshogl' M' Ckargelgz S' HOSTS' ROW 4:
4 ' . I at A K ,Q ,A',,,, f . ml ,, . anue, . runswic , . art. R 5: C. Eng.
aL, Llp! A C LLX-CLS' .3 ,Suki-kxily TrihtnSanrxghtllbynghjoigfhandlee. ROW 6: D. Schwartz, D.
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'll -9 Mr. Gilbert
ROW 'lz K. Gaio, M. Booth, B. Baab,
Finelli, B. Keller, J. Kramer, D.
Bower, K. Bundy. ROW 2: C. Ander-
son, C. Smith, N. Nolan, B. Beardshall,
Falorio, B. Pollack, J. Hugo, G.
Winn. ROW 3: C. Peterson, R. Heist,
Abrams, J. Negele, L. Armstrong,
Young, E. Stahl, C. Smith. ROW
R. Abernathy, D. Delisi, D. Archi-
bald, D. Dewees, B. Parker, J. Gab-
renas, E. Pearlman.
4. ,OOM .O.
'll-'I 0 Mr. Batchelor
ROW l: C. Oswalt, E. Martini, B. Ritonia. ROW 2: B. Schweins-
berg, M. Anderson, D. Hartsough, B. Altman. ROW 3: C
Tragesser, M. Foley, N. Detwiler. ROW 4: J. Young, J. Flemm
C. Irwin, S. Pyle, L. Lanfrankie. ROW 5: T. Doorley, M. Adler,
D. Evans, J. Stoneberg. ROW 6: J. Postellon, K. Davis, B.
Geeseman, R. Burroughs.
"My feet hurt."
ll - 'll Mr. Gaertner
Evans, J. Byrne, D. Booz, J. Plum, P
Dau. ROW 4: H. Kalson, G. Dillon, B
ROW l: H. Hoffman, B. Whitman, A.
Gamble, B. Fulton, L. Ricca, L. Rupp,
S. Lefler, K. Willioms. ROW 2: C.
Barnes, B. Kenney, S. Sowvel, S. Mar-
mont, L. Dobbs, J. Focer. ROW 3: J.
Sloughenhopt, J. Kemp, T. Dengler, J.
Wotchorn, B. Burdick, K. McKeen, P.
11 - 12 Miss Billingsley
ROW 1: G. Gribschaw, S. Sherba, K. Chivers, L. Down-
ing, D. Daugherty. ROW 2: P. Thomas, C. Davis, K.
Vogel, V. Greenlee, B. Studley. ROW 3: E. McArthur,
C. Mandell, A. Banks, J. Nicholas, S. Lamont. ROW
4: J. White, M. Matz, D. Koehler, G. Haight, G. Cha-
kos. ROW 5: B. Coull, K. Weldon, D. Magowan, T.
Copeland. ROW 6: D. Rosenblaft, A. Tripp, L. Davis,
11-14 Mr. Stonish
ROW 1: M. Campbell, K. Brammer,
K. Seay, P. Guinther, K. Taylor, J.
MacDonald. ROW 2: J. Button, M.
Schaeffer, P. Shore, C. Wicken, P.
McKinley, E. Abbott. ROW 3: D.
Disque, R. Johnson, J. Kanters, C.
Deal, J. Moffitt, A. Dawson. ROW 4:
R. Fouse, C. Spring, J. Kumer, B.
11-13 Miss Lenk
ROW 1: S. Westerman, P. Myers, B. Bishop, P
Sable, L. Dale, P. Nichols, P. Kessler. ROW 2
P. Wolff, C. Harness, B. Smith, N. Houser, A.
Kulzer, K. Hanly. ROW 3: R. Matis, J. Morris
B. Van Voorhis, F. Vanhulten, J..Potter, B. Ham
ilton. Row 4: J. Posuit, J. Bokan, B. Smith,
E. Russ, B. Satterfield.
Buyers, J. Hawke. ROW 5: B. Waters,
R. Kolin, B. Stern, P. Benedetti.
ROW 1: S. Ringman, C. Hahn, S.
Shoemaker. ROW 2: M. Senz, M.
Dasher, K. Reber, R. Agnew. ROW
3: B. Lavery, D. Phillips, A. Lewis, T.
ll -15 Mr. Blanton
ROW 1: A. Scutelis, M. MacKay, K. Llewellyn,
M. Herr, M. Lewis. ROW 2: A. Dempsey, N.
Clark, C. Wellner, F. Tischbein, S. Greenberg.
ROW 3: D. Kenngott, E. Karnofsky,,J. Mangan,
N. Kempa. ROW 4: G. Roe, D. Parsons, R. Lay-
ton. ROW 5: M. Fawcett, K. Coleman, K. Earn-
hardt, J. McCollum. ROW 6: T. Trethewey, B.
Wiethorn, B. Harris, J. Larkin.
1'l -16 Mr. Zacur
ROW 1: L. McCl1etster, J. Greenfield,
J. Heid, C. Hussing, A. Arth, S. Mc-
Colm, C. Borgerding, L. Stewart. ROW
2: R. Libenson, K. Lally, G. Keim, S.
Martin, B. Knapp, A. MacDonald, S.
Berg, W. Turner, M. Kimmel. ROW
l. Kunic, S. Moore, B. Chilcoat, S.
Muclntyre, E. Weil, B. Berman, B.
3: E. Stafford, D. Denholm, J. Lindsey,
McCrossin, P. Anderson. ROW 4: D.
Harris, J. Dittmar, B. Dillner, L. Silver,
Sophomores Achieve Foundation For Future
Sturdy and deep are the foundations which the sophomore
class has laid in its first year at Mt. Lebanon High School.
Eager to prove their versatile talents, these students have
taken an active part in school life, learning the satisfaction
of service through Christmas projects, filling the gym with
their enthusiastic cheers at pep rallies, and looking forward
to the approach of a dance. Some filled the vacancies on
our championship sports teams. Others added their talents
to dramatic and musical programs. But, most important, the
members of the class of 163 have emerged scholastically
-realizing that a verb coniugation or a history term paper
is an important block on which to build their future.
Students head back to class after an enioyable hour in the
'IO-2 Mr. Whiplcey
ROW l: C. Duff, M. Folan, B. Black-
Iedge, A. Stein, B. Brindle, B. Evers, P.
Osterman, K. Randall. ROW 2: S.
Mcrae, J. Smith, J. Dupree, L. Wallace,
J. O'Dea, V. Biggs, J. Joseph, C.
Newhams. ROW 3: D. Minno, B. Ronca,
J. Caldwell, J. Leonard, E. Johnson, R.
Smith, B. Watson, W. Cary. ROW 4:
R. Collins, R. Rieger, J. McCullough, D.
Schwartz, C. Robinson, W. Phillips, G.
Herrington, E. Shannonhouse.
'IO-'I Miss Smith
ROW 'Ia V. Stoody, C. Bateman, B. Cadwallader, M. Christo-
pher, K. Kasch. ROW 2: C. Harter, P. Clifton, M. Sabom, P.
Raines. ROW 3: J. Schroeder, B. Samuels, V. Weihn, K. Smith.
ROW 4: J. Welinsky, M. Aerni, E. Singer, J. Kennedy. ROW
5: B. Stevens, W. Hession, C. Boyd. B. Felt, L. Walton. ROW
6: J. Cunningham, G. Manzer, R. Mussman, R. Sherk, D. Bara-
kat. ROW 7: F. Lutz, S. Crane, B. McKenna, C. Cornell.
'IO-3 Mr. Felich
ROW 'l: B. Phinney, D. Kletter, A.
Brown, J. Serena, S. Stewart, S. Lear,
C. Herron, M. Mastro, J. Clausen, P.
Smith. ROW 2: J. Batey, J. Wery,
M. Orr, M. Malarkey, S. Bernard, K.
Mihm, S. Forbes, J. Rogers, G. Thomas.
ROW 3: G. Manesiotis, J. Danahey, S.
Sandhaus, R. Christo, J. White, D.
Hicks, J. Woodrick, D. Miller, R. Gard-
ner. ROW 4: F. Shor, C. Koepke, E.
Pearson, H. Morgans, J. Hollansworth,
D. Smith, C. Duncombe, T. Howell.
'IO-5 Mrs. Gilbert
ROW 1: D. Paulson, N. Rupp, J. De Sensi, S. Service, J.
Loreski, Lp Davis, G. Burkett. ROW 2: M. Halleck, C.
Pizzino, M. Reilly, F. Rodgers, L. Willis, N. Cicchino. ROW
3: P. Walsh, J. Weaver, V. Hopewell, C. Bauknight, J.
Yagello, S. Plasman. ROW 4: B. Ashby, M. Folan, S.
Spicuzza, F. Blazier, E. Ray, B. Hammel, B. Burnham.
ROW 5: R. Armentrout, G. Robinson, G. Gage, V. Gordy,
B. Brodbeck, J. Sharis, T. Bauman.
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'IO-4 Mr. Raines
ROW 'la L. Bustion, E. Anderson, S. Jenny. ROW 2: M.
Mathewson, J. Vanderbeck, A. Williams, S. Hawley. ROW 3:
D. Holliday, P. Hurley, C. McDivitt, A. McFeatters. ROW 4-
B. Volkwein, G Sutherland, D. Long, J. Hubbell, D. Stroup.
ROW 5: R. Liererzopf, H. Marcus, J. Miller, D. Seymour. ROW
6: E. Lipsman, R. Hoppe, J. Monsch, M. Labovitz. ROW 7:
M. Brady, A. Deemer, J. Tracy, T. Guidness.
"And then he said
'IO-6 Miss Sipe
ROW 1: G. Scott, T. Olivier, M. Outten, J. Bacon, N.
Frysinger, B. Bates, S. Anderson. ROW 2: E. Ford, M.
Haynes, J. Olszewski, N. Borgman, A. Michoud, K. Shea.
ROW 3: P. Tropp, J. Brown, M. Tumpson, B. Schoedel, C.
McCarthy, B. Zimmerman. ROW 4: S. Babcock, R. Poul-
fon, T. Nickeson, K. Snyder, A. Riebel. ROW 5: B.
Zevola, B. Fellow, B. Gierhart, R. Smogyi, P. Paolicelli.
10-7 Mr. Leiper
ROW 'l: K. Miller, A. Long, J. Douds, S. Fink, S. Brenner.
ROW 2: J. Olsen, S. Jones, P. Geyer, S. Sitomer, M. Cul-
len. ROW 3: B. Fortwangler, H. Poel, D. Haines, J.
MacAlister. ROW 4: B. Weiner, A. Newman, C. Courtney,
C. Pritchard, L. Golomb. ROW 5: T. Pope, R. Gail, R.
Pinkus, B. Dunbar. ROW 6: G. Rzasnicki, G. Bellaver,
B. Dyer, B. Leety. ROW 7: G. Smith, I. Dury, J. Solomon
ROW 8: M. Fowler, A. London, J. Hyslop, S. Harper.
Monday morning comes all too soon!
T0-8 Miss Whinnie
ROW T: B. Lunardini, C. Lusher, T. Brashares, D. O'Hara, J.
Kirby. ROW 2: J. Gibbons, R. Sarraf, B. Church, S. Thomas.
ROW 3: B. Brick, J. Hammerschlag, R. Wilson, N. Behen. ROW
4: M. Wurzbach, S. Hill, T. Falck, M. Drew. ROW 5: G. Trev-
er, G. Collins, F. Maurhoff, J. Powell, T. Aver. ROW 6: J.
Waltz, M. Johnson, F. Garrison, B. Smith, E. Hazlett. ROW
7: J. Widmer, L. Albrecht, T. Rock, R. Young, P. Bigley.
'IO - 9 Miss Grove
ROW 'lz N. Thompson, S. Addition, J.
Stangl, J. Collins, B. Shallcross, M.
Peak, B. Uhlinger, L. Saul, D. Downing.
ROW 2: M. Brown, M. Hany, J. Wil-
liams, J. Massey, D. Rutherford, B.
Bingham, C. Derby, K. Foley. ROW 3:
H. Wilson, D. Hoehn, J. Headley, L
Grosso, L. Miskevics, J. Wicker, H.
Heltman, J. Campbell. ROW 4: B.
Sirinek, D. Kasselrart, D. Hrisak, R
Sneathen, D. Hildebrand, T. Reed, K
McRitchie, P. Thomas, J. Wolford.
'l0-'l0 Mr. Pagnonelli
ROW i: P. Seidel, S. Langford, K. Tracey, N.
Roth, A. lsacco, L. Frank. ROW 2: J. Donahoe,
J. Anson, J. Russell, R. Martin, L. Petterson, G.
Marlow. ROW 3: B. Schein, C. Steverman, S.
McElroy, C. Lepthien, C. Wedel, D. Casey. ROW
4: B. Buchner, T. Harris, C. Smyth, I. Cichiter, B.
Robinson, J. Ehlers. ROW 5: D. Williams, G
Wilhelm, D. Wilson, J. Kaszycki, D. Stark, B.
Henrick, B. Brady.
'l0- i2 Dr. Denbow
Row 'l: C. Bentz, B. Fitch, C. Gilbert,
B. Baker, C. Berger, N. Coulter, N. Ar-
buru, L. Harris. Row 2: B. Haus, M
Napolitano, N. Bolton, M. Sneberger,
Row 3: R. Rohm, B. Connelly, D. Lyons,
F. Vondergrift, R. Katz, G. Hill, E.
Melhado, E. Klein. Row 4: J. Scott,
M. Maue, D. Teller, F. Miller, D. Wil-
cox, J. Swaney, A. Stroyd, J. Miller,
L. McWilliams, P. Cincotti, L. Davis
K. Borland, D. Crofford.
10-il Mr. Doak
ROW 'l: D. Beiswenger, J. Sherbondy, M. Wise.
ROW 2: K. Ewalt, J. Tillson, P. Devlin, R. Solo-
mon. ROW 3: N. White, C. Mather, S. Wil-
son, M. Bumpus. ROW 4: P. Rohrs, B. DeWitt,
L. Briggs, T. Crawiorcl. ROW 5: D. Glenn, D.
DePrisco, M. Merlo, A. Young. ROW 6: B.
Koopmon, D. Wood, G. Brown, G. Beck. ROW
7: J. Mullin, L. Baier, H. Weimer, R. Berg.
ROW 8: C. Hulse, D. Denkhaus, B. Patton, R.
Sayre, C. Smith.
'l0-'I3 Mr. Hadden
ROW 1: M. Durkin, J. Norseen, C. O'Connor, R. Healy,
A. McEachran, C. Ballantyne. ROW 2: M. Grove, B. Fink,
L. Marshall, J. Bowers, C. Black, S. Brettf ROW 3: R
Daniell, N. Schallus, S. Matthews, J. Mayes, K. Clever,
S. Julian. ROW 4: D. Helsel, B. Keiser, J. Copeland, B.
Brownlee, B. Glascock, G. Fidele. ROW 5: F. Mandell,
B. Wetmore, D. Williams, D. Close, R. Cross, B. Rollinson.
ROW 6: J. Turk, D. Young, A. Cohen, H. Getz, D. Con
'IO-'l 5 Mr. Kline
ROW 1: M. Beach, S. Maxwell, L. DelBianco, D. Res-
nick, S. Dennis, N. Meury, A. Papalas. ROW 2: W
Morse, L. Lancaster, J. Luxbacher, J. Chamberlin,
J. Curran, C. Wood. ROW 3: N. O'Dell, A. Dillon,
S. Clingerman, M. McGrath, G. Crofford, J. Bretz
ROW 4: B. Williams, B. Dunkel, J. Erskin, J. Kaley,
D. Frame, M. Curry, B. Burger. ROW 5: R. Morris,
D. Morris, R. Davie, F. Jones, R. Burr, J. Simpson
10- 'l4 Mrs. Haynes
ROW 'l: M. Porter, L. Clinedinst, G. Dugan, J. Mu-
lach, J. Foldes. ROW 2: I. Gemassmer, R. Groff, J.
Fisher. ROW 3: L. Housley, C. Hoover, J. Schmidt,
B. Olson. ROW 4: S. White, L. Evans, B. Skinner,
J. Flinn, M. Griffith. ROW 5: W. McCall, J. Bras-
hares, D. Chapman, J. Hills, K. Burkett. ROW 6: D.
Haines, M. Hartman, S. Timmons, K. Evans, R, Gqlin.
at. ROW 7: R. Johnson, J. Thoma, S. Meinbresse, K.
Will, L. Cramer.
10- 'l6 Miss Roegge
ROW 'I: M. Minor, S. Hoar, L. Satler,
C. Baker, C. Klebe, G. Fahnestock, K.
Blackwell, V. Freese. ROW 2: L. Ed-
wardsen, S. Prentice, J. Kascal, M.
Harding, L. Curtis, L. Bengston, M.
Mohl, J. Brown. ROW 3: W. Goodlin,
D. Kerber, C. Shalvey, T. Hancock, S.
ROW 1: B. Wilson, S. Fetterman, J.
Yqnkurq, C. Brelos, B. Bronson, W.
Grady. ROW 2: R. Mueller, N. Mul-
len, E. John, J. Buncher, D. Goodrich,
'IO-'I7 Mr. Campbell
ROW 'l: J. Warnholz, K. Mathias, M. O'Brian, B.
Peterman, P. Racculia. ROW 2: S. Alexandre, J.
McGunagle, J. Whitehouse, R. Larson, B. Reynolds.
ROW 3: R. Fife, J. Crawford, C. Emonds, D. Knapp,
R. Kanarek. ROW 4: B. Anderson, T. Polosky, S.
Novak, T. Toon. ROW 5: J. Perr, B. Hoon, K.
Dilling. ROW 6: V. Stabile, P. Albus, E. Robinson,
J. Brooks. ROW 7: T. Kaye, C. Sandberg, J. Richter,
R. Hofmann, B. Downing.
Parr, G. Springer, J. Hulsberg, B. El-
borne, B. Golden. ROW 4: W. Keslar,
K. Andrews, J. Campbell, P. Jenkins, C.
Miller, R. Muller, J. Schaaf, S. Liadis,
09-9. --L--, L wwf K"1"'x .. Ill
Self-Government Taught Responslblht
The eternal favorite school policy
Through the meetings and functions of the Student Congress,
each student of Mt. Lebanon High School has gained experi-
ence in the fundamentals of democratic government. For the
first time, the Student Congress officers of the fall semester of
1960 and the spring semester of 1961 were nominated by the
whole senior class instead of a nominating committee. The en-
thusiastic campaigning for the student council nominees was
coincidental with the national presidential campaign. Campaign
committees created clever and imaginative slogans and posters
in support of their candidates, while the candidates themselves
composed thoughtful and sincere speeches highlighted with
wit, to sway the opinions of 1700 voters.
Student Congress continued to represent the opinion of the
student body during its weekly sessions every Tuesday morn-
ing. Through the homeroom presidents who attended each
meeting, the ideas and opinions of each student could be
voiced. Suggestions ranging from the sanding of the cafeteria
stools to re-entry into the American Field Service exchange
program were discussed by competent officers. Through Student
Congress, each one of us felt the opportunity and the responsi-
bility to help our student .government even in the smallest ca-
Robby Davison, John Harper, and Diane Krueger
served as Student Congress President, Vice-Presi-
dent, and Secretary during the fall semester.
Elected to lead Student Congress for the second
semester were Alan Mandel, Vice-President: Suzy
Dittmur, Secretary: and Jack Meyer, President.
Respectfully submitted . . .
Selling school sweatshirts was one of the functions of the Finance Committee of Student
Congress. Members were Dick Wilson, Lynne Ricco, Alan Mandel and Jim Offutt. 83
Students receiving their Activities Guard before the end
of the first semester were Sandy Kauper, Suzy Dittmar,
Robby Davison, and Alan Mandel.
Standing behind the faculty members of Dr. Mills' Advisory Council, Dr. Accetto, Mr. Doak, Mrs.
Morgan, Dr. Mills, Mrs. Cargill, and Miss Frobese, are the student members for the 1960-1961
school year, Sandy Kauper, Vicki Weihn, Robby Davison, Chuck Koepke, Jock Beachler, .lack
Meyer, and Sue Oram.
Those who received Activities Keys before the end of the first
semester were: ROW 'l: Nancy Nuernberg, Alice Schade, Ellie
Swartz, Nancy Degnan, Diane Kraetsch, Diane Browarsky, Sandy
Kauper, and Kathy Schwarz. ROW 2: Sandy Oates, Slneron Rock,
Lynda Pfendler, Emmy Lou Weaver, Suzy Dittmar, Patti Miller and
Rosemary Werner. ROW 3: Linda Menke, Bobbie Bentz, Rita Fisher,
Debbie Evans, Kit Irwin, Diane Krueger, and Dana Simpson. ROW
4: Colonel Bruntien, John Hill, Jim Kaley, Caddy Durkin, and Susan
Norseen. ROW 5: Jim Offutt, Rick Peters, Dick Ray, Alan Mandel,
Carl Gainor, Robby Davison, and John Harper.
Student court acts as a court of appeals for school offenses. Members were
Liz Anderson, Margie MacKay, Leslie Runger, John Hill, Kit Irwin, Sue Max
well, Skip Crane, Dave Klaber, Tim Smith, and Gary Collins.
Lebanon Log Records Yearis Events
This year's editorial assistants, Don Delisi, Sue Wilson, adviser
Miss Hughes, Candy Harness, Harriet Good, and Ba bs Sea-
mans, worked at different positions to prepare themselves for
next year's editorial positions.
When we receive our Log, the story of the per-
sonalities and events which constituted the 1960-
1961 school year at Mt. Lebanon, few of us realize
the long hours of effort that have made this book
possible. Each evening after school, student writers,
photographers, staffs, and editors gather in the
bustling, seven by twelve Log office to select pic-
tures, plan schedules, hold conferences, and organ-
ize the book- Weary fingers type copy, sticky
fingers glue pictures, and waving hands clutch write-
ups. Pleading voices beg for final payments, bicker-
ing voices argue over assignments, and authoritative
calls direct staff assistants. The result of this hard
work is a record of our teachers and classmates, of
concerts and plays, and of fellowship at football
and basketball games-a record to which we can
refer in years to come.
Discovering a unique position in their familiar quarters, the Log editors, Bonnie Ballantyne,
Nancy Nuernberg, Kathy Schwarz, Patti Miller, Alan Mandel, and Sharon Shuttleworth, are sit-
ting pretty in the Publications Office.
The sports staff, composed of Geoff Heron, Jim Offutt,
John Crissman, Susie Langenkamp, Laurie Weisbrod, and
John Hill, gave complete coverage to the school's eleven
Our staff of photographers, Jeff Hubrig, Bill Hecht, and Bill
Wicker, brought us a pictorial record of sports and social
Planning and executing the classes section of the Log was
the responsibility of the classes staff, composed of Pam Francis,
Dana Smith, Jill Hagan, Susy Smith, and Diane Browarsky.
The literary staff, David Guy, Ruth Summers,
Nancy Degnan, Sandy Rodgers, and Mary Jane
Edwards, wrote headlines, paragraphs, and
captions for the yearbook.
The business staff directed the sales
campaign, handled finances, and filed
receipts. Members are Anne Gould-
ing, Jim Kaley, Phyllis Yeager, and
Lantern elebrates Thirtieth Birthda
Pam Francis, Marty Lewis, Babs Seamans, and Nancy
Jo Cotton, in charge of the Devilette, produced an
interesting and original supplement to each Lantern
Strains of "Happy Birthday" flavored the 1960-
1961 Lebanon Lantern sales campaign. For thirty
years, this newspaper has been the mouthpiece of
Mt. Lebanon High School. While Lanterns of the
past have won college-sponsored awards, this year's
Lantern reached a new height in its news coverage
in words and pictures.
Through the nine annual issues of the Lantern
and its supplement, The Devilette, we have learned
about all the activities in which our 1950 students
participated, we have re-lived the victories of the
football team, and we have kept pace with the latest
Thirty years of background experience helped to
make the Lantern once again worthy of the praise
expressed by students and faculty.
The task of supervising layouts, features, and dead-
lines fell to the editors of the 1960-61 Lantern, Sher'
on Rock, Sue McCoy, Dave Manoogian, Sandy Kaup-
er, Ann Wharton, Susy Smith, Stewart Beach, Robby
Davison, Geoff Heron, and Bill Lane.
Bob Gallup mimeographed the Devilelle
and the Lantern polls.
The business staff, composed of Diane Kline, Mary Ann lvanciw, adviser Miss McLaugh-
lin, Jim Moran, Wendy Turner, and Diane Daugherty, was responsible for the financial
and clerical aspects of the paper.
lt's Another Hit
"Here'sa pitch for the Mounty." "The Mounty's
batting a thousand."
With a clever and well-handled sales campaign
based on the world champion, Mounty-reading Pi-
rates, the Mounty, Mt. Lebanon's official literary
magazine, began another successful year. lt con-
tinued its role in school life by providing both stud-
ents and faculty with delightful reading.
ln its tiny cubicle in the Publications Office, the
hard-working staff edited the prose and poetry se-
lections submitted by the students and compiled a
magazine having equal appeal to the light-hearted
and the serious-minded. Other branches of the staff
provided appropriate illustrations or managed busi-
During the 1960-61 school year, the student
body-and the Pittsburgh Pirates-agreed that the
Mounty was in literary first place.
Alice Schade, Jay Livingston, and Bobbie Benz,
Mounty editors, selected and edited student manu-
scripts and supervised the other departments of the
Mounty artists, Marsha Wood, Carol Harter,
Nella Martin, Marikate O'Conner, Betsey
Corwin, and Pat Rohrs, provided each
magazine selection with an appropriate
Chuck Garland, business manager, work-
ed with Miss Elliott to record finances, sales,
and distribution and keep the magazine
Typing stories and poetry for publication was
the duty of the Mounty typists. They were Susie
Hoose, Julie Kascal, Valarie Stoodie, Nancy
Bodnar, and Kathy Leland.
Band Scores Added Successes
Members of the Concert Band were: ROW I: D. Helsel, S. Maxwell, V. Keim, S. Jones, J. Brooks,
J. Hiestand, D. Haines, D. Kenngott, S. Brett, B. Ehlers, S. Kerr, C. Black, H. Rodney, B. Kessler,
K. Andrews. ROW 2: R. Solomon, J. Kanters, C. McGrew, A. Stein,'S. Hogg, C. Spring, G. Grib-
shaw, D. Bruckart, B. Bates, B. Schein, D. Stark, D. Kassekert, B. Byers, S. Culbertson, A. Deemer,
J. Livingston. ROW 3: N. Roth, S. Minton, J. Bender, F. Sargent, C. Maior, B. Sirinek, J. Rodgers,
D. Guy, J. Meyer, N. Lauffer, B. Dyer, P. Paolicelli, I. Lichter, J. Kaley, K. Reichard, B. Satter-
field, G. Rzasnicki, M. Ferson. ROW 4: N. Conlan, S. Stoskey, C. Moore, P. Hewitt, B. Offutt,
D. Iams, D. Close, R. Fouse, T. Kay, E. Pearson, N. Reichard, B. Burr, M. Merlo, D. Jones, D.
M. Boho, T. Lavely, L. Weisbrod, A. Tripp, T. Schmidt, J. O'Dea, H. Ehlers, R. Rieger, T. Bauman
Maclntyre, K. Evans, B. Richards, G. Haight.
The Mt. Lebanon lineup.
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3 Whether on stage or in the stadium, Mt. lebanon's large and
famed concert band lived up to its reputation each time it per-
W I Se formed. Having practiced tirelessly for three weeks at the end of the
tl h summer, the band was prepared to play for our 1960 football de-
X lht but the first week of school. With spirit and skill, it highlighted each
g game with syncopated iazz, lively marches, and our Alma Mater.
M ii" Carefully practiced formations, including the traditional "M", were
,Q g H x g executed precisely.
T w - i gs g Z Traveling to Allegheny College in October, the band performed
, N ,Q -. in its specialty, welcoming our two new states with "Winter Wonder-
- g 1:5 1 I. ' a t A land" and "Hawaiian War Chant" and was received with enthu-
5-F C ff Y Gy: as 5 g ii e me siasm. We are confident of its excellence, for we saw and heard
i t K gpg ? this unique and entertaining show in our own stadium.
, . ff xggx as ,,. Well-balanced programs of band classics and popular marches
W CQ . g 1 g s were shared with the student body in the band assembly in the
K, Wlvlnvf fi tis y fall and with the community during its annual spring concert. A
L s C' J ? N ,..,.... . .s. X , X X g combination of exceptional talent among the members of the band,
2 f C ,xg A rgg i t f plus the ability and leadership of Mr. Prutzman, has added another
'W SXA N ug if sss-sss1s ssss successful year to our band's admirable record.
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Student conductor, Jack Meyer, leads the band during o
The big brass.
A favorite formation with the seniors
Playing with fire
"We look sharp."
Rockettes who marched with the band during the 1960-61 school year were: ROW 1: A. Sparks,
L. Davis, L. Hutchinson, K. Bingham, J. Ketchum, B. Brindle, D. Rhoades, J. Hagan, J. Aubertine,
K. Winterhalter, P. Bruso, B. Lindsay, P. Francis. ROW 2: K. Chivers, P. Kresge, R. Moran, S
Bretthole, S. Stafford, A. McDonald, J. Tutty, P. Kessler, K. Bundy, D. Kustes, P. Miller, J
Ferguson, M. Dupree, B. Wilson. ROW 3: S. Evans, M. Luxbacher, P. Fassett, C. Barnes, S
Horsman, B. Cunningham, C. Timmons, S. Ringham, S. Shuttleworth, P. Jones, N. Hovorka, G
Arapian, J. Hall. ROW 4: J. Crawford, D. Daugherty, W. Watson, J. Weaver, S. Lynott, M. Glen-
nan, I.. Boester, J. Humphrey, J. Mangan, R. Werner, B. Seamans, B. Studley. ROW 5: K. Schiff-
hauer, B. Hutter, S. Hoose, D. Gething, T. Crawford, C. Wimmer, B. Ridinger, M. Gambs, P
Hyslop, E. Phillips, L. Anderson.
The Rockettes salute Miss Mt. Lebanon.
with their baton skills.
This year's maiorettes, Nancy Bock, Christy Herron Jane
Flemm, Nancy Brunk and Sue Norseen thrilled spectators
Co-Cperation Provides Harmony
With the tightening of violin strings, the hasty rustling of
various scores, and finally the downbeat of Mr. Yagello's
baton, the Mt. Lebanon High School Orchestra began an-
other musical year.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, orchestra mem-
bers filled the ground-floor hall with music during the
sixth period. Both as a group ancl as individuals, the
members of this group performed expertly. We, the stu-
dent body, applauded their skillful accompaniment of the
Christmas Program and their solo display of talent in the
Orchestra Assembly. Local residents praised the perform-
ances of our high school orchestra as it entertained Mt.
Lebanon at the Activities Play, the Formal Concert, and the
Some members of the string section
were: Row 1: Barb Blansett, Ellen
Karnofsky, Marcia Service, Gayle Van
Sant. Row 2: Dwight Magowan, Melvin
Itzel. Row 3: Bob .Kay, Stew Beach,
From both private practices and public performances,
the members of the orchestra have gained much: They
have learned that co-operation creates harmony. They have
had the opportunity to enrich their lives with the study of
all types of music from Beethoven to George Gershwin.
They have felt pride in providing enioyment for so many
The Mt. Lebanon High School Orchestra symbolized that
aim of education which seeks to gain more than just more
The violinists and violists in the orchestra were: Row 'l: Debbie Evans, concertmistress, Marlene
Singer, Anne Goulding, Kathy Miller. Row 2: Rick Peters, Rita Fisher, Diane Kulik, Robin Kanarek.
96 Row 3: Charlotte Hahn, Leslie Wilmot, Bill Tournay, John Leonard. Row 4: Richard Ruben, Jean
Welinsky, Dick Schwartz, Carol Peterson. Row 5: Lynda Pfencller, Carol Phinney, Alice Schade,
Mem'bers of the- woodwind and brass
sections were: Row 1: Mary Jean Orr,
Jim Evans, Margie Mackay, Judy Sterm-
er, Sue Wilson, Jean Wiest. Row 2:
Claudia Bentz, Bill Hecht, Jim Camp-
bell, Rick Johnson, Judy Ayers.
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Participating in the violinettes were:
Row 1: Marlene Singer, Rita Fisher,
Marcia Service, Judy Hall. Row 2:
Debbie Evans, Charlotte Hahn, Leslie
Standing beside Wendy Weppner, the orchestra
secretary, are members of the percussion section,
Linda Fitch, Ed Stahl, Nancy Nuernberg, and
Choral Groups Create Musical Moods
The three choral groups, Girls' Ensemble, Boys' Glee
Club, and Mixed Chorus, provided great opportunity
for Mt. Lebanon High School students of wideIy-rang-
ing musical interest and singing talent. Warming up
before each class with scales and arpeggios, these
groups rehearsed choral programs and musical pro-
ductions to perfection. With sincerity and devotion, the
combined chorus helped lift us into a reverent mood
with their songs of praise and worship during the
Thanksgiving program. Robots, friendly dragons, and
dollies with "pains in their sawdust" enriched the holi-
day season with fun and ioy as the choral department
staged a delightful yet meaningful Christmas show,
which concluded magnificently with Handel's "Halle-
lujah Chorus." Spring was officially here as students
in the halls hummed strains of "O, What a Beautiful
Morning" and "People Will Say We're ln Love." Such
were the pleasant reminders of the spring choral pro-
duction, the Broadway hit musical Oklahoma, which
was put on with a professional flair and accepted by
students and community with enthusiasm. The entire
season was met effectively with the experienced hand
of Miss May K. Sneary as she directed and coached
each choral group with skill and concern.
After competitive try-outs, students with exceptional
singing talent were selected for the special singing
groups: Triple Trio, Boys' Quartet, and Devotional
Choir. The Trio, which is well-known in the community,
and the Quartet, which is new this year, kept busy
schedules, with engagements at church meetings, clubs,
and various organizations. Devotional Choir, familiar
to us all, added to the spiritual mood of the devotional
programs every Thursday morning. The well-rounded
and extensive choral department, creating and stimu-
lating musical interest in the student body, has con-
tinued to be a credit and an asset to our school.
The choral voices of Mt. Lebanon High School combine for song.
Seated around the accompanist Roy Abernathy are
the members of the Mt. Lebanon Boys Quartet. They
are Kip Weldon, Howard Smith, Skip McGrew, and
Members of the Triple Trio are Jane Ferguson, Flicka Rahn, Jo
Button, Nancy Degnan, Linda Brodmerkel, Gini Burrows, Nancy
Detweiler, Janet Albert, Claudia Miller, Judy Housekeeper, and ac-
companist Barbara Fulton.
Members of the Girls Ensemble are: Row 'l: S. Fink, C.
Lawler, D. Kline, N. Adkins, K. Oram, L. Fassett, R. Larson,
J. Richards. Row 2: J. Warnholz, B. Lunardini, J. Ferguson,
M. Campbell, D. Brower, F. Rahn, N. Detwiler, S. Simms.
Row 3: M. Black, R. Roach, S. Payne, P. Bauer. The ac-
companist is Carol Davis.
Members of the Boys Glee Club are: Row 1: P. Richeson,
E. Davidson, T. Walther, E. Keller,. K. Weldon, J. Rodgers,
K. Newhams, S. Beach, J. Martin. Row 2: J. Minnotte, P.
Olsen, H. Smith, J. Crissman, J. Brooks, R. Couch, D. Straub,
B. Will. Row 3: T. Lavely, S. McGrew, F. Denkhaus, M.
Love, W. McCollum, H. Jones, B. Massey, R. Miller, B.
Chilcoat, J. White. The accompanist is Ed Shoemaker.
Members of the Mixed Chorus are: Row 'ls M. Mock, P. Shore, H. Smith, P.
Richeson, K. Weldon, W. McCollum, J. Housekeeper, N. Degnan, I. Larson.
Row 2: S. McCoIm, J. Albert, S. Dittmar, T. Walther, J. White, B. Bates, G.
Burrows, S. Dispennett, C. Harness, K. Seay. Row 3: S. Forbes, L. Brodmerkel,
E. Swartz, J. Button, B. Will, R. Couch, J. Crissman, M. Love, A. Hoerneman,
S. Becker, P. Jacobs, J. Housekeeper. Row 4: B. Massey, H. Jones, S.
McGrew, F. Denkhaus, E. Shoemaker. The accompanist is Barbara Fulton.
Jean Housekeeper, student director of the De-
votional Choir, leads Sue Fink, Jane Hammer
schlag, Bitsy Bates, Pat Jacobs, Mary Ellen Hous
ton, Sue Forbes, Sue Hill, Suzy Dittmar, Detmar
Straub, Wally McCollum, Ed Shoemaker, John
Martin, Jim White, and accompanist Gayle Van
Witness For The Prosecution Recalled
"Now, as to procedure . .
Suzy Dlttmar portrays Greta the empty
headed and eftervescent secretary of Sir
Romaine furthers her complicated plan by producing
evidence that indicts herself and frees her guilty husband.
l shall be tried for murder!" '
Conflicting evidence complicates the trial and creates an intriguing courtroom drama.
Departing from the traditional fare of romantic comedies,
the senior class of Mt. Lebanon presented an intriguing
murder mystery for its class play. Already a favorite with
movie and theater-goers, Witness for the Prosecution, under
the competent direction of Mr. Julian T. Myers and student
director Jack Meyer, again received commenclation after its
performances here on November 'I7 and 18.
The plot concerned Leonard Vole, portrayed by David
Wikoff, who was tried for the murder of a wealthy woman.
During the dramatic courtroom scenes headed by Jay Living-
ston and Jeff Randall, as defending and prosecuting attorney
respectively, little doubt of Vole's guilt remained. Then Carol
Wimmer, as Leonard's foreign wife, Romaine, produced start-
ling new testimony which concealed the true murderer until
the final line of the play.
Skillful acting, directing, and producing enabled Witness
for the Prosecution to take its stand among the excellent plays
Mt. Lebanon has staged.
Taking the stand in his own defense, Vale shows
strain under the barrage of cross-examination.
ul Um qi-'lie willing to ieSfifY G90lI1Sf my l1USl-'20f1Cl-" In the prisoner's dock, Vole hears the overwhelming evidence
"Things Aren't Iways What They Seem"
"H.M.S. Pinafore," Gilbert and Sullivan's satirical operetta
presented by the combined music departments as the spring
musical, was a huge success.
The story is one of an apparently ill-fated love between
Josephine, the captain's daughter iPat Jacobsj, and a com-
mon sailor far below her station CHoward Smithj. An incred-
ible and hilarious reversal solves their problem, because
"things aren't always what they seem." Bruce Schein and Kip
Weldon turned in excellent supporting performances as Eng-
lish officers, and Gini Burrows did an equally fine iob as
The presentation was executed in professional fashion. The
school's three choruses plus added male voices performed on
the colorful set, which depicted the deck of the "Pinafore."
The high school orchestra, under the baton of Mr. Yagello,
provided the music for the lively score.
Under the direction of Miss May Sneary, Gilbert and Sulli-
van's popular operetta was a complete success-
A last-minute rehearsal irons out the
wrinkles in "Pinafore."
Josephine, played by Pat Jacobs, sings of
her love to Ralph, played by Howard Smith
"Oh ioy, oh rapture unforseenl"
Life With Father Is A Hit
Well, l'll show you how much l like you."
"l want you boys to move that small bureau
"I'll take that. Cora, you can say goodbye to Clarence on the sidewalk!"
This year, the activities play, Life with Father, sparkled
with skillful satire. The drama takes place in the 1870's at
the home of a wealthy New York family and involves visits
from a ridiculous old maid cousin, Cora Cartwright fMaria
Reveszj and her lovely charge, Mary Skinner fAnn Dillonl,
who becomes romantically entangled with Clarence Day
Uohn Crissmanj. However, the whole drama is based on the
warm domestic relationship of the Day family. Father Day
Ueff Randallj is a vivid character, a man who thinks he has
supreme authority over his family. But Vinnie, his wife fKit
lrwinl, through female wiles and typically illogical femi-
nine reasoning, outwits him in every encounter. Under the
superb direction of Mr. Meyers and David Wikoff, student
director, the play refreshed and amused its audience.
Now the accounts are all straight again."
" . . to succor my father and mother . . . "
Y-Teens Enjo Year Of Fun And Service
The Y-Teens are student representatives of the Y.W.C.A.
dedicated to helping and understanding others througll
social service. The Alpha, Delta, Beta, and Sigma groups
are organized under the direction of Miss Hay, Miss Cass,
Miss Manning, and Miss Frobese. During their meetings
two evenings a month, the members of the clubs enioyed
varied and interesting programs. This year, a demonstra-
tion of grooming and hairstyling, a discussion of college
life, and a lecture by a native of Pakistan highlighted the
club's schedule. Through their work in orphanages and
homes for the aged, the girls experienced growth in circles
of friendship while serving the underprivileged. Each group
of Y-Teens has an inter-Club council representative who
meets once a month with girls from the area surrounding
Mt. Lebanon. Presenting a novel idea in entertainment, the
council sponsored a World Friendship tasting party. Finally,
at the recognition ceremony, Miss Corrine McNickeIs, a
women handicapped by the loss of her sight, delivered an
inspiring address, symbolizing the spirit and climaxing the
program of the organization. The Y-Teens learned about
others to better understand themselves.
First semester officers of the Delta Y-Teens included Sally Hors-
man, Sally Eaches, and Marsha Mock.
Susan Hanke, Mary Beth Anderson, Karen Gaio, and Susan
Oram were officers of the Sigma Y-Teens for the first semester.
Ruth Larson, Caryn Mather, Carol Gilbert, and
Jeanne Tillson served as the Alpha Y-Teens officers
during the first semester.
The Beta Y-Teen officers for the first semester were
Kathy Randall, Jean McAllister, Susan Anderson, and
Officers of Delta Y-Teens for the second semester were
Bonnie Ballantyne, Carolyn Eck, Mary Ann Jones, Margaret
Van Dusen, and Joan Gerhold.
Second semester officers of the Sigma Y-Teens were
Nancy Chodek, Babs Seamans, and Karlee Reeber.
The officers of the Alpha Y-Teens during the
second semester were Susie Hoar, Sue Matthews,
Trisha Toon, Kathy Blackwell, and Carol Gilbert.
Betty Jean Church, Kathy Randall, Jane Bacon, and
Gretchen Lang were the officers of the Beta Y-Teens
during the second semester.
Searching for unusual productions, our Thespian
Troupe presented the first all-Thespian staged play and
the first "theater in the round" presentation this year.
They enacted Seigfried Geyer's Candlelight, a frivolous
romantic comedy, starring Jack Meyer, John Crissman,
and Maria Revesz. Both audience and actors enjoyed
the challenge of participating in such a unique setting.
Under the direction of Mr. Myers, Kit Irwin, John
Crissman, Maria Revesz, and Jack Meyer, talent-
ed and hard-working members of our Thespian
Troupe, add a professional flair to our dramatic
"No, no! Please don't leave . . . "
Double cases of mistaken identity
complicate the hilarious plot.
Thespians present a scene from our first "theater in the round" production
Each year, the National Quill and Scroll selects for
membership those students who have made outstanding
contributions to various areas of high school iournalism.
These students are honored for services rendered, for
time spent, and for creativeness achieved.
After being initiated into the National Quill and Scroll
Honorary Society, Bill Lane, Patience Kenney, Carolyn
Tamplin, Bill Benz, Sandy Kauper, Mary Coltman, Kathy
Schwarz, Sally Smith, John Mather, and Hetz Marsh
gather around the punch bowl.
Although speech and debate is a relatively new
activity at Mt. Lebanon, it has awakened a great re-
sponse in students who realize the value of oratorical
ability. The team is ably supported by members of
the student body and has achieved both local and
national recognition. The speech and debate members
are also National Forensic League members. N.F.L. is
a national honorary speech society open to students
who rank in the upper third of their class. They must
participate in interscholastic speech tournaments each
Saturday from September through mid-April.
Those who participated in speech events during
the year included Diane Browprsky, John Harper,
Chuck Garland and Leslie Runger.
Members of the Mt. Lebanon Debate Team in-
cluded Bill Koopmon, Rita Fisher, Steve Moore,
and Sandi Moore.
Surrounding Mrs. Davis are Sharon Ham, Roger De-
benham, Linda Grove, Margaret Van Dusen, Dave
Tomb, Nancy Naismith, Alan Mandel, and Jeff
Reeves, members of the twelth grade guidance coun-
Writing and organizing the homeroom programs
and distributing them to each section's vice-president
for presentation are the duties of the Student Guidance
Councils. Faculty advisors for tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grade councils respectively are Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. Adamson, and Dr. Denbow.
Members of the eleventh grade guidance council in-
cluded Bob Geesman, Tom Copeland, Judy House-
keeper, Susan Hanke, Don Parsons, and Adele Orr.
Members of the tenth grade guidance council in-
cluded Lynn Saul, Donna Beiswenger, Dick Close,
Mary Ellen Haynes, Karen Tracey, and Ruth Groff.
Senior homeroom representatives for
the second semester formed the Senior
Advisory Council, which planned the
senior activities. Members were Patti
Miller, Ellen Phillips, Caddy Durlcin,
Helen Reichl, Deb Bateman, Sue Ar-
buru, Dave Minnottee, Jock Beachler
and Jay O'Connor.
Members of the scenery painting squad, Diane Koerner, Pam Hyslop, Peter Dyer,
and Lynn Davis, were responsible for the ingenious sets and backgrounds of the
theatrical and choral productions of the year.
The vivid charcoal and painted pictures which adorned
the auditorium lobby were the works of the members of
the art squad. Members included Diane Koerner, Pam
Hyslop, Ann Wharton, Dana Simpson.
Through the ingenuity of the members of the bulletin
board squad, Pam Hyslop, Linda Holtz, Laura Sefton,
Cindy McGrew, Nancy Degnan, Diane Koerner, and
Judy Hunter, our halls abounded with colorful posters
reminding us of good study habits and informing
us of scheduled events.
Gaining experience in a most practical vocation, the
girls in F.H.A., including Barbara Mehaffey, Nancy Jo
Cotton, and Charlotte Timmons, prepare to assume their
roles as the housewives of tomorrow.
Many of the members of F.N.A., including
Wendy Weppner, Marlene Singer, Judy
Housekeeper, and Margaret Van Dusen,
hope to wear the perky, white cap of a
nurse in the near future. Meanwhile, they
prepare themselves for this vocation with
discussions and movies.
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Caddy Durkin, Mimi Mayers, Jeanie Alexander,
and Janice Greenfield, officers of the F.T.A., ae-
quaint aspirants to the teaching field with their
future profession by providing actual teaching
By conducting extra, after-school experiments, members of the physics
'ncluded Gordon Seybold, Larry Guess, Dave Johns, and Rod
better comprehension of the natural laws of Newtonyand Pascal.
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The biology squad's duties include watering plants, cleaning
slides, and repairing microscopes. The students on this squad
were Gail Marlow, Lindy Evans, John Hulsberg and John
In the atmosphere of reagent bottles, graduated
cylinders, and bunsen burners members of the
chemistry squad, Sandi Moore, Bob Graves, Bob
Harris, Steve Moore, and John Negele, further
class learning with individual experimentation.
With greasepaint sticks, powder-laden puffs,
and eyeliners, the make-up squad trans-
formed classmates into personalities rang-
ing from lawyers to cowboys. Members
were Wini Watson, Dana Simpson, Phyllis
Hardtmayer, and Sally Sutherland.
Whether the production called for humor,
spectacle, or drama, the costume commit-
tee, including Harriet Poel, Marty Lewis,
Ann Dempsey, Ellen Phillips, Barbara Clin-
ton, Linda Rote, and Barbara Grose, help-
ed create the necessary characters and
effects through the use of color, fabric, and
Bob Geeseman, Mary Ellen Haynes, Lynne Ricca, .lan
Wunderlich, and Willis Siegfried, members of the pro-
perties committee, provided furniture, books, briefcases,
and accessories to create realistic backgrounds for our
The girls on checkroom squad provided for the storing
of wraps at both school and public functions. Members
of this squad were Mimi Mayers, Margaret Black, Helen
Rovegno and Lynn Van Tries.
The girls' usher squad lent a note of charm and wel-
come to lectures and musical presentations at the
school. Members were Marilyn Reynolds, Rosemary
Werner and Dana Smith.
Distributing tickets at school, collecting them at the gate,
and handling the crowd of spectators, the athletic ushers
squad, Ralph Alster, Geoff Steele, Jim Davidson, and Ed
Harper, furnished a link in the chain of committees that
serves at sports events.
By their orderly direction of traffic, the boys' usher squad,
made up of Jim Offutt, Dave Roberts, Bill Byers and Bruce
Thomson, held the key to the seating and passing of
classes before and after programs.
Eagerly awaited each day by classrooms full of
hungry students, the call of the cafeteria dis-
patchers summoned each room to lunch. Those
who created the even flow of traffic through the
lunch line were Georganne Burch, Margie Lux-
bacher, Janet Geist, and Bette Ridinger.
Conducting meetings in Spanish is a challenge,
especially for first-year Spanish students. With
the help of senior members, even beginning ling-
uists began acquiring conversational skills. Of-
ficers of the Spanish club were Carolyn Crook,
Pat Barnum, Dave Roberts, and Candy Harness.
As in the Middle Ages, modern iousts between knights on the chessboard
demand skill and quick thinking. Members of the chess club, who were
Ken Newhams, Truman Flowers, Dave Crofford and Gil Young, acquired these
qualities in practice and competition.
The achievement committee, consisting of
Carolyn Crook, Tom Doorley, and Patti
Miller, published a post-graduation list of
last year's class and recorded the accom-
plishments of other Mt. Lebanon alumni.
Changing to the quality point system complicated
the iob of the scholastic committee, who never-
theless posted the honor roll in every homeroom
at the end of each report period. Members were
Bill Weaver, Linda Menke, and Colonel Bruntien.
Since the school sponsors ninety-six extra-curricular activities, the task of recording students'
points is a large one. These recorders, members of the honor award committee, were Diane
Browarsky, Diane Kraetsch, Lynne Davis, and Emmy Lou Weaver.
The lnformation Squad, whose members included
Bonnie Ehlers, Carolyn Eck, and Kathy Winter-
halter, helped new students and visitors find
The members of the Attendance Squad, headed
by Carolyn Ede and Gretchen Brown, recorded
missing members of our student body and pro-
vided teachers with an accurate list of absent
placed items and posted a list to notify the
student body of unclaimed articles. Some
members were Carmela Finelli, Mary Ann
lvanciw, Harriett Weinberg, and Sue Rus-
The Lost and Found Squad collected mis-
The Hospitality Squad welcomed newcomers and
visitors to our school with a friendly smile, an
offer to help, and willing information. Members
included John Weisiger, Leslie Runger, Barbara
Blansett and Jim Stevenson.
The Ways and Means Committee, including Maria Revesz,
Sandy Otto, Knut Johnsen, Chuck Garland, and Joy Scheclc,
sold candy after school, and cokes, popcorn, hot dogs,
candy, and programs at football games to earn money
for the activities fund.
Keeping the cafeteria patrons moving in an
orderly fashion was the iob capably handled
by the Host and Hostess Squad, headed by
Mary Ann Jones and Kathie Williams.
Carl Gainor, Bill Cornell, Dan Cole,
Rod Burns, Jerry Spears, and John
Rodgers, members of the P.A. squad,
kept our public address system in
working order during class hours and
at all school events where the system
By presenting interesting and inspira-
tional programs, the devotional squad
led the student body to greater under-
standing of the spiritual force which
influences our daily lives. Members
included Dove Klaber, Nancy Nuern-
berg, Alec Lamont, Alice Schade, Kit
Irwin, and Suzy Dittmar.
The expressive voices of the studio
squad members awoke students every
morning and kept them awake while
the staff reported news, sports, and
special announcements. The members
were Tim Smith, Kit Irwin, John Criss-
man, and Leslie Runger.
Junior Red Cross members Alan Mandel, Ken New-
hams, Ruth Summers, and Mary Ann Ivanciw fulfill
their orgonization's aim by helping the world's peo-
ples from veterans in o local hospital to kindergarten-
ers in Chile.
Although the girls of the medical squad, lrene Kalogeras, Em-
my Lou Weaver, Alice Aston, Marilyn Reynolds, and Kay Gar- N
Wrett, are unable as yet to cure all the world's ills, they man- s X
age successfully to take care of headaches, stoved fingers,
and sprained ankles.
Caddy Durkin, Ken Coleman, Dqye Min.
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as members of the social committee, pro-
duced novel plans for record hops, mixers,
and formals, as well as new schemes for
The decorating committee, including Bon-
nie Kasun and Frank Battaglia, supplied the
leaves for the Junior - Senior Prom and
cartoons for the Sadie Hawkins, as well
as appropriate backgrounds for all school
In spite of the hauling, lifting, and confusion backstage, the stage crew always managed to
change the most elaborate settings during the short breaks between acts. Members were Doug
Lashley, Rob Heist, John Morris, Ben Parsons, Ralph Alster, John Larkin, and Pete Trapp.
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Our huge parking lot is no advantage without the
knowledge that can get the most out of it by putting
the most into it. Members of the parking lot squad
were Stewart Beach, Jimmie Hoff, Dave Tomb, Jack
Froelich, Colonel Bruntien, and Peter Olson.
By the dim light of the proiector, the members of the pro-
iection squad, Dave Rosenblatt, Tony Lavely, and Philip
Judge, struggled to splice worn film and adiust sound
The publicity squad members, Bill Wicker,
Bill Lane, Cora Sue Deal, and Nancy
Cameron, kept the school well-informed of
school, social, and educational events.
Peggy Hewitt, Linda Easterling, Barb
Cooley, Julianne Hering, and Sandy Rod-
gers, and Ruth Summers, members of the
library squad, were in charge of checking
books, shelving, and various other duties
connected with the library.
The Student Directory Committee, composed of Sandy Kauper,
Barb Grose, Jill Hagan, Missy Wurzbach, Dan Iams, Mimi
Mayers, and Diane Gething, was responsible for publishing the
addresses and telephone numbers of all students.
The newly created boys' information squad aided visitors enter-
ing the south entrance of the school in finding their way
through the crowded halls and stairwoys. Members included
Dave Minnottee, Dave Manoogion, John Harper, and Alan
Go Lebo, Go!
"We want a victory from the varsity."
Spirit is the bubbling, overflowing vigor which our student
body exhibited throughout this school year, the feeling of
oneness which binds us together, whether we are the cheer-
ing spectators or the cheered-for participants. We saw,
felt, and displayed our enthusiasm-in the blue and gold
flashcard "Hi" welcoming a visiting band, in the victory
songs rising from the four corners of the cafeteria, in the
extra burst of speed giving a swimmer or a cross country
runner a first place medal, or in megaphones, athletic letters
and banners. Our spirit was indomitable. Whether we
won or lost, it was always present in full, rousing force.
School spirit flares at the kick-off rally.
The pep squad transmits spirit to the spec
This year's Varsity Cheerleaders, Barb Clinton, Caddy Durkin, Bonnie Kasun, Sandy Berg, Dana
Simpson, Jeanne Heid, Carla Meuller, Lynne Ricca, and Bonnie Hoskin, spurred on school splrlt.
Enthusiastic cheers accompany an evening
of ceremony and celebration.
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Second to none in pep and enthusiasm, our Junior Varsity
Cheerleaders, Sally Service, Joan Sherbondy, Judy Foldes
Jean Smith, Cathy Duff, Cathy O'Connor, and Judy Mulach
symbolized our spirit.
Students' faces reflect excitement and attention
Blue Devils Turn ln Best Season Record
The 1960 Mt. Lebanon football team, a perennial grid-
iron powerhouse, lost only one game of a tough sched-
ule that included eight rugged W.P.l.A.L. Class AA
teams as well as the city giants, Westinghouse. Only a
stunning 27-7 upset by Wilkinsburg in the season's sixth
game marred the Mounty's perfect record and knocked
the team out of the W.P.l.A.L. chase. The team featured
a powerful and explosive offense that rolled up 279
points for an impressive average of 31 points per game.
The defense did a commendable iob, allowing only a
total of 84 points for the nine opponents. Coach Ralph
Fife was the guiding hand behind the team's success.
The Blue Devil's great spirit was a reflection of the en-
thusiasm demonstrated by the student body at both home
and away games.
The Mt. Lebo eleven opened their season with an
overpowering win as the Blue Devils trounced Elizabeth-
Forward, 48-18. The next week-end City League Champs
Westinghouse tasted defeat, to the tune of 28-0. The
Mounty machine rolled on as the team traveled to clash
with Trinity, which fell, 34-7. Back home for the next
two Fridays, Mt. Lebanon crushed first Canon-McMillan
and then brought a fine Washington team to its knees
with an awesome avalanch of touchdowns, 39-0 and
48-14, respectively. The following Friday night, the
bottom fell out of the hopes for a W.P.l.A.L. champion-
ship as the Mounty attack sputtered and left the Blue
Devils on the short end of a 7-27 score. Mt. Lebanon
jumped to an early seven point lead and the Mounty
fans settled back for another easy victory: but Wilkins-
burg roared for four touchdowns and stifled the Blue
Devils attack the rest of the way. The following week-
Lynn Foltz snares a pass and speeds for a touch-
McMillan breaks away.
end, the revenge-minded Mounties handed their Union-
town rivals a 34-6 setback. The senior recognition game
highlighted the next Friday, and the team romped for
a 28-12 victory over Baldwin. ln the finale of a tre-
mendous season, the team blitzed Munhall 13-0.
Mounty stalwarts Bill Reeves, Jock Beachler, Bernie La-
Quinta, Dick Wyles, Lynn Foltz, and Reed Overend made
the Western Class AA Football Conference All-Star Team.
Coach Fife ponders a change in the
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Mt. L. ...... ....... 2 8 Westinghouse .........
Mt. L ....... .....,. 3 4 Trinity ..................
Mt. L ....... ...... 3 9 Canon-McMillan ......
Mt. L .,..... .......... 4 8 Washington ,.......
Mt. L ..,.,.. ...... 7 Wilkinsburg .,..,
Mt. L ....... ...... 3 4 Uniontown ....
Mt. L ....... ...,...... 2 8 Baldwin ...,..
Mt. L ....... ...... 'l 3 Munhall ....
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First Row: Bill Zimmerman, Bob Starr, Ron
Downey, George Sarkis, Frank Battaglia.
Second Row: Don Jordano, Lynn Foltz,
Cliff McMillan, Dave Klaber, Robby Davi-
son, Paul Anderson, Jim Daniell, Bruce
Coull, Van Manuel. Third Row: Dave
Smith, Wayne Phillips, Ron Chappell, Kurt
Wentzel, Dave McCallum, Scott Kenning,
Bernie LaQuinta, Jack Love, Bob Crofford,
Dick Wyles, Bill Reeves, John Lewis, Jock
Beachler. Fourth Row: Lynn Rector, Joe
Toth, .left Minno, Smitty Cornell, Bob Wiet-
horn, Reed Overend, Jay Cheny, Warren
Lory, Bruce Phillips, Hank Wurster.
Bob Storr slips over for the score.
Opponents cure in hot pursuit of
Mounty ground-goiner Cliff McMillan.
A frustrated Cliff McMillan is about to hit the dirt.
Cliff McMillan picks up needed yardage with a power drive up the middle-
Well somebody must have the ball!
The Mounty defense closes in.
First Row: Bob Craig, Ed Hazlett, Alan
Cohen, Tom Giordano, Bob Van Nuise, Bob
Patton, Dave Bragdon, George Beck.
Second Row: Charles Robinson, Don Sey-
mour, Jim Brclshares, Bill Anderson, John
Gabrenas, Bill Parker, George Watt, Tom
Snaith, Albert Young. Third Row: Nick
Mager, Larry Walton, Fred Jones, Charles
Cornell, Hal Morgans, Dave Chapman,
Doug Wood, Bill Zimmerman, Dick Koehler.
Fourth Row: Coach Grant, Craig Cameron,
Dave Teller, Dave Williams, Jeff McCollum,
Rick Johnson, Dick Wilson, Steve Harper,
"We'll bring home tonight a victory for Mt. Lebo."
J. V. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Mt. L ........, .,........ 1 3 Penn Hills ..,....... ........ 6
Mt. L ......... .......,.. 1 8 Canonsburg ...... ........ 1 4
Mt. L .....,... .......,. 1 3 Baldwin .......... ......... 2 0
Mt. L ......... .......... 3 9 Shaler ....,.... ..... 0
Mt. L .......,, ......... 3 3 Trinity ...., ......... 1 3
Mt. L ......... .......,.. 3 2 Scott ,.......... ..... 0
Mt. L ........, .......... 3 2 Bethel ...,........... ..... 7
Mt. L ...,..... .......,., 2 4 Wilkinsburg ..... ..... 7
The 1960 J. v. football feafhgoachea by san
Grant and John Kracsun, had a season crowned
with success, handing in a 7-1 season. The squad
romped over its first opponent, Penn Hills. Then
the boys fought to a victory over Canonsburg. In the
following game, a forceful Baldwin eleven upset the
J. V.'s. The determined Mounties retaliated, how-
ever, with a booming 39-0 victory over Shaler. The
J. V. team next met with Trinity to batter them with
a 33-13 defeat. The J. V.'s unleashed a 32-0 scor-
ing attack against Scott, but the following week
Bethel suffered a 32-7 loss from the invincible elev-
en. For their last game, the Mounties crushed a
spirited Wilkinsburg team. The potential talent of
this year's squad will provide the manpower for the
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Weisiger finishes the final leg of the race.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
15 Hopewell ....................
24 Central Catholic .........
17 Connellsville ..........
21 Ambridge .......
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Mt. L ....... 27 New Castle .,...
Mt. L ....,... ....... 1 9 AliqulpPu .........,......
Slippery Rock Invitational
Mt. L. 537 Central Catholic 60
A perennial front runner'in the W.P.I.A.L., Mt. Le-
banon produced another fine cross country team. This
was a year of rebuilding for Coach Mollenaur's Blue and
Gold, and the results did not quite equal last year's state
championship achievements. The season started out at
a fast pace as Mt. Lebanon captured six out of six dual
meets, but the team encountered difficulty in the three
At Penn State, the best of Pennsylvania's runners gath-
ered for the annual P.I.A.A. Meet. Mt. Lebanon brought
home a respectable second place in the meet, as John
Stobie brought home a first place and John Weisiger
captured a ninth. Fine varsity performances were turn-
ed in by co-captains John Stobie and John Weisiger, as
well as the other team members, John Wright, C h u ck
Perrine, Jim Dittmar, Tim McNeeley, and Dan Hrisak.
Central Catholic Invitational
Central Catholic 90, Penn Hills 112, Mt
Erie Strong Vincent 80, Mt. L. 81
North Allegheny 59, Mt. L. 81
North Allegheny 61, Mt. L. 67
bests 'his opponent.
John Stobie, Chuck Perrine, Martin Adler, John Weisiger, John Wright, Bob
Harvey, Dan Carroll, Jim Dittmar, Tim McNeely.
Barreling down the track, Jim Dittmar
JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
Mt. L .............,............... 'l5 Hopewell .........................
Mt. L ......... ........., 3 5 Central Catholic ......
Mt. L ......... .......,.. 'l 9 Connellsville ...........
Mt. L .,...,... ,.,.... A ..'l8 Ambriclge ..........
Mt. L ......,., ...,....., 'l 5 New Castle ,.,...
Mt. L ......... .......... 'l 5 Aliquippa ...........,.....
Mt. L .,.,..... ...,..... 3 5 Peters Township .....,..,
Central Catholic Invitational
Central Catholic 56, Mt. L. 62
W.P.l.A.L. Junior Varsity Championship
Canon-McMillan 61, Mt. L. 9'l
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Front Row: Mel Klein, Dan Hrisak, Bruce Van Voorhis,
Woody McCall, Jim Headley, Bill McKenna, Harry Boyer.
Second Row: Coach Toler, Willard Marr, Bill Soler, Dan
Carroll, Francis Shor, Bruce Harris, Bill Byers, Stewart
Early, Ivan Kunic.
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Weisiger and Stobie combine forces to sweep the first two positions.
The start of a long cross country grind.
Harvey and Perrine strive to break the
Hoopsters Triumph In W. P. I. A. L. Race
The varsity basketball team, coached by Richard Black, swept
into W. P. I. A. L. competition to defeat strong and favored op-
ponents in an unprecedent year. The Mounties climaxed the
season by winning the W.P.l.A.L. Championship for the first time
in school history.
After dropping a few exhibition contests, the Blue Devils
started functioning like the well-drilled squad that they proved
themselves to be. Washington came to our gym for a deciding
contest in the section race. Before a screaming throng, sopho-
more Jack Waltz put on a tremendous display of ball handling
and 'the Lebo hoopsters took a half-time advantage which they
never relinquished. The Mounties upset their arch rivals with
solid defensive 'play in a hard fought 67-52 triumph. Disposing
of their next three contenders, the team went on to victory in
the section, the first time since 1947. The team presented a 15-6
record for regularly scheduled season play, but the capturing of
the section title earned them the right to represented Section 4-A
in the W.P.l.A.L. Tournament.
Mt. Lebanon faced Beaver for the first round of the title
tourney. Andy Alex saved the night for Mt. Lebanon by his
accuracy on the foul line and the team advaced to face the
Section 3 titlists, Aliquippa. The highly-rated Aliquippa team suf-
fered a crushing 70-49 defeat in the quarter-finals against the
sizzling Lebo quintet, shooting an overwhelming fifty per cent
from the field. Towering Bob Bennett turned in a tremendous
performance, both defensively and offensively, scoring twenty-
four points. Now in the peak of condition, Mt. Lebanon was
ready to take on McKeesport. The speedy offensive ball-handl-
ing of the Lebo hoopsters, the desire to win, and the effective
defense proved disastrous to McKeesport to the tune of 62-53.
The dynamic back court action of Dick Wyles along with the
poise and polish of the team moved the Blue Devils into the
semi-final contest with Uniontown. Mt. Lebanon emerged the vic-
tor in a see-saw battle with the Uniontown Raiders in a 59-56
verdict. With time running out, Mt. Lebanon executed clutch scor-
ing plays which earned them the W.P.l.A.L. Championship. The
score was tied six times and the lead changed hands eight
times before Captain Lorry Hathaway passed to Jack Waltz for
a decisive layup.
Before 5,000 cheering fans, the title-winning Blue Devils
clashed with Johnstown for the P.I.A.A. Regional eliminations.
An inspired and aggressive Mt. Lebanon team got off to a fast
start and dominated the court throughout the contest. Johnstown
plagued by the shifting Mounty defense and inconsistent scor-
ing, went down to defeat, 62-41.
The Blue Devils experienced an off night against Hickory for
the Western Regional Title and the right to play in the state
championship. The score was tied three times in the first period
but then Hickory slowly pulled ahead. ln the third quarter, the
Blue Devils almost closed the scoring gap, but Hickory clamped
down a tight defense and connected from the field to win 59-41.
Bennett led the team statistically, averaging some 17.5 points
per game, followed by Hathaway with 14.5 points per tilt.
This year's team had the ability to present a well-balanced
reserve strength. McNally, Sunner, Theis, Cobaugh, Johnson and
Lynch performed with the well-known high caliber smoothness.
The brilliant performance of this year's basketball team re-
sulted in a record-breaking season and hopes of a state champ-
ionship in the coming year.
Coach Black gives the final instructions before the
A determined Andy Alex goes up to clinch two more.
ROW 1: Steve Theis, Mike Sunner, Roth McNalley, Jim
Lynch, Dick Wyles, Jack Waltz. ROW 2: Charlie Co-
baugh, Bob Bennett, Andy Alex, Rick Johnson, Lorry
Hathaway, Coach Black.
Mt. Lebanon defense struggles for bull possession.
aAskersALL scnenuie .
Mt. L. ,.,...,..... 67 Baldwin ........... ........ 5 9
Mt. L. ......,..... 43 Wilkensburg ....,.. ........ 5 2
Mt. L. ...,........ 59 South Hills ...,... ..,..... 6 5
Mt. L. ..,......... 47 Shaler .......... ......., 3 7
Mt. L. ,......,.... 73 Bethel ........... .....,.. 3 9
Mt. L. ...,......,. 53 Uniontown .,......,.. ........ 6 8
Mt. L. ..,,.,...... 51 Charleroi ..,.................,,.. 72
Mt. L. ............ 37 North Braddock ......,.,.., 45
Mt. L. .......,.... 52 Canon-MacMillan .....,.... 47
Mt. L. .,,,........ 76 Chartiers-Houston .......,.. 27
Mt. L. ...,...,.,.. 46 Washington ...........,........ 60
Opposition attempts to snatch rebound. Mt. L. ............ 70 Chartiers-Valley ....,..,.... 39
Mt. L. ..,..,...... 64 Trinity ..,..........,... ..... l 55
Mt. L. ..,....,.... 68 Dormont ,...,.... ........ 60
An alert Rick Johnson steals ball to go on to score.
Covered by opposing team, Rick Johnson 133
notches a set shot.
Hathaway risks a half-court iump shot.
Mt. Lebanon takes to the air to hit for two points.
Mt. Lebanon hustles for the lump.
Bennett snatches a live ball
Varsity standouts scramble for the ball.
J.V. Stresses Team
St re ngthe ning
J. V. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Mt. L ................. 44 Baldwin ...,.....,.........,.... ,....... 5 0
Mt. L ................. 38 Wilkensburg ............. ,........ 4 0
Mt. L .......,.,...,.., 40 South Hills .,.. ,....... 44
Mt. L .........,...,... 37 Shaler ......... ........ 3 5
Mt. L ................. 57 Bethel ,........,......,.. ,....,.. 3 5
Mt. L ....,..,......... 35 Uniontown .....,,.......... ........ 3 6
Mt. L. ................ 36 Cannon MacMillan ..,,.. ........ 4 2
Mt. L ................. 38 Chartiers-Houston ..... ..,..... 3 0
Mt. L. ,.....,......... 37 Washington ............ ,.,..,.. 6 7
Mt. L ............,.... 57 Chartiers Valley ......, .....,.. 3 4
Mt. L ................. 36 Trinity ..........,.,..,... ......... 4 l
Mt. L ..,......,.,...,. 48 Dormont ................ ........ 5 0
Mt. L ................. 28 North Allegheny ....... ,....... 4 1
Mt. L .........,.....,. 39 Canon MacMillan ..... ........ 3 2
Mt. L ...........,..... 25 Chartiers-Houston ..... ........ 3 3
Mt. L ........,,....... 40 Washington ..,....,... .,...... 4 9
Mt. L ................, 40 Chartiers Valley .....,. ...,.... 5 8
Mt. L. ................ 30 Trinity .........,...,...... .....,., 3 2
Mt. L ..............,.. 37 Dormont ..,,. ........ 4 9
Despite the hustling play of Coach Stanish's Junior Varsity
team, the Mounties went down to their first losing season in nine
years. Hampered by squad inexperience, the J.V.'s suc-
cumbed to strong section competition, posting a 5-16 record.
Grabbing the high point honors for the team were Charles
Cornell and Dave Williams. Fred Jones led the team in re-
bounds and was a standout on defense. Rick Collins, Don
Seymour, and Chuck Koepke round out the host of J.V. players.
The outstanding single game was against Washington's Little
Prexies on their own court. The team was down some seventeen
points at the half but took the floor in the second period of the
contest and came through with a point outburst that narrowed
the gap to five pointsf only to see Washington High snap back
and edge out a 49-40 win in a court struggle.
With the prospects from the iunior high schools coupled with
the seasoned regulars, Coach Stanish expects a more satisfying
season next year.
ROW T: Don Seymour, Charles McCarthy, Gary Col-
lins, Gordon Brown, Hal Morgans. ROW 2: Fred
Jones, Dave Williams, Smitty Cornell, Chuck Koepke,
Jack Waltz is determined to clinch two more points.
Wrestlin Team Places Second ln Section
Ken Coleman and Dave Wray are coached by Mr. George
Consistently one of the most powerful wrestling
squads in the section, the Mounties proved 1961 no
exception as the matmen, coached by Mr. George
Lamprinakos, ended the season with a strong second
place in the section. Consistant winners such as Dave
Wray U3-U, Drew Bachman Q12-1-U and Ken Cole-
man C12-21 provided the team with repeated victories.
They were supported by seniors John Lewis 110-2-21,
Dick Ray Q8-31, Jack Saxer Q7-4-31, Jeff Minno K7-71,
and underclassmen Richard Ruben C6-21, Dennis Minno
K4-7-21, Jerry Kemp C4-8-21, Mike Tumpson Q3-111,
and Bruce Brunswick C2-91.
Because the maiority of Iettermen graduated, Coach
Lamprinakos was faced with the task of rebuilding. For
their first meet of the season, the matmen were edged
out by Carnegie in a close 25 to 21 match. Trinity over-
came the Blue Devils in their next outing 33 to 18. Mun-
hall chalked up a win against the Mounties with a score
of 26 to 20. The grapplers rallied to upset both Dor-
mont, 36 to 21 and Peters Township, 25 to 20. Mt.
Lewis tries for another win.
Mt. L. ....... ..... 2 1 Carnegie ..... ........ 2 5
Mt. L. ....... ..,.. l 8 Trinity ,.... ..... 3 3
Mt. L. ....... ,.... 5 4 Montour ....... ,.... 2
Mt. L. ....... ..... 2 O Munhall .......... ..... 2 6
Mt. L. .,.. , ,.... 36 Dormont ...................... 21
Mt. L. ....... ..,.. 2 5 Peters Township ........ 20
Mt. L. ...Q . ..... 19 Baldwin ....................... 28
Mt. L. .... ......... 9 Shaler .............,.. ..... 3 9
Mt. L. .... ........ 3 6 North Hills .................. 18
Mt. L. .... ...., 2 2 North Allegheny ........ 25
Mt. L. .... ..... 3 0 New Castle ................ 18
Mt. L. .... ..... 4 9 Scott ............... ........ 5
Mt. L. .... ..... 1 7 Washington ................ 30
Mt. L. .... ..,., 2 6 West Allegheny .......... 27
Lebanon fell to Baldwin, 28 to 19. Shaler, the section
king, won over the Blue Devils, 39 to 9. For their next
match Mt. Lebanon defeated North Hills, 30 to 18, only
to lose to North Allegheny, 25 to 22. The Lebo matmen
came out on top against New Castle and Scott, 36 to
18, and 49 to 5, respectively. Washington handed the
Mounties a setback of 30 to 17 and West Allegheny
squeezed out a 27 to 26 verdict.
In the sectional tournament, Mt. Lebanon placed six
boys in the finals. Ken Coleman went on to win for Mt.
Lebanon in the section tournament.
ROW 1: Jerry Kemp, Drew Bachman, Bruce Brunswick, Dennis
Minno, Mike Tumpson. ROW 2: Ken Coleman, Carl Gainor, Dave
Wray, Dick Ray, Dick Koehler, Thurman Eckfield. ROW 3: Larry Wag
ner, Richard Ruben, Jack Saxer, Roy Gilliland, .leff Minno, John
Lewis, Bill Biggs.
ROW 1: Bill Ashby, Dave Hicks, Bob Wilson, Bill Hoon, Rich Layton. ROW 2: Don
Kerber, Bill Zimmerman, Bob Patton, Phil Albus, Pete Tropp, Harry Boyer. ROW 3: Jay
Berg, George Thuransky, Jeff Kumer, Jim Offutt, Ron Chappel, Dave Teller, Mike Bourne
Under the direction of Mr. Richard Jones, the "B"
squad wrestling team lost only one meet throughout
the entire season. These agressive matmen romped
over almost all contending schools, loosing only one
meet in two years of competition. Fast-developing boys
such as Jeff Kumer, Bill Zimmerman, Phil Albus, and
Ron Chappell are headed for varsity positions in the
future. Carnegie, Trinity, Montour, Baldwin, Washing-
ton, and West Mifflin all met with defeat at the hands
of the grapplers.
"B" SQUAD SCHEDULE
20 Carnegie 13
31 Trinity 21
26 Montour 5
25 Baldwin 17
. ...,. ..... 2 3 Shaler ............ ....,. 2 4
30 West Mifflin 18
. ...., ..... 3 7 Washington ...,,.. ...... 2 0
Coach Jones plans to maintain his admirable record
of one loss over his two-year coaching period by inces-
sant team strengthening.
Brunswick tightens his grip for an eventual pin
Jerry Kemp turns the tables on opponent for precious
Grappler awaits the right opportunity.
Wrestlers are poised for the go-ahead sign.
Extra points ahead for a take down.
Wray works for a pin.
Jack Saxer maneuvers his opponent into o more advantageous position
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Coach Lamprinakos instructs his wrestlers on correct
Mr. Joseph Pagnanelli, the head coach and the man
responsibile for the introduction of gymnastics into our
athletic program, developed his team into a precision
unit. During the winter, the boys presented a rigorous
demonstration of their talents to the entire student
In the coming years, Coach Pagnanelli hopes to
continue visiting Pitt Stadium and formally entering
W. P. l. A. L. competition.
Mark In Athletic Program
Geoff Steele displays his high bor antics.
ROW 'l: Al Young, John Ehlers, Henry Ehlers, Harry Boyer. ROW 2: Ed
Russ, Gary Leach, John Corrigan, Don Benson, Geoff Steele, Jim McCaslin.
Muscles flexed, Benson performs with pre
cision and agility on the flying rings.
Swimming Team Upholds Spotless Record,
This year's swimming team, under the coaching of William
Grant and the fine leadership of captains Dick Esposito and
Stoddart Smith, posted a perfect I4 and 0 record for the regu-
lar dual-meet season. The team swam away with the
W.P.l.A.L. Championship Meet this year, establishing eight new
records. The mermen repeated last year's performance and
scored 1'l0 points to the 'I7 points scored by the second place
team. Tom Trethewey set a record time of 'I:02.0 minutes in
the butterfly stroke. He also rewrote the record books with
new marks for the W.P.I.A.L., National interscholastic, and
American Athletic Union. At Lawrenceville, New Jersey, in the
Eastern lnterscholastic Championship Swimming Meet, the team
turned in an outstanding performance. During the season, the
team participated in The National Postal Meet in Wichita, Kan-
sas. Over fifteen of the nation's top high school swimming
teams entered and Mt. Lebanon swept over all opposition. The
Coach Grant and Coach Saunders
take time out from rugged training
schedule to pose for a picture.
team also won the Western Pennsylvania Regional Qualifying
Meet at Butler, and for the third year in a row, won the State
Championship Meet at Bucknell. The secret behind the team's
success is fine coaching, desire, and hard work.
The freestylers are led by Esposito, Martin, Shields, Davidson,
Thomson, Nicholas, Blum, Kurtz, and Burdick. In the backstroke
the Mounties have Shekell, Stoody, McKain, and Campbell.
Heading up the butterfly event are Smith, Toucey, and Lindsey,
and in the breast stroke are Trethewey, Schwartz, Beck, and
Bullock. Assuming the diving duties of the team are Erickson,
Hamilton, and Hilleman. Many of the boys can swim more
than one stroke well, giving the team versatility and depth.
Mt. L ....... .............,. 7 6 Clairton ............. ........ . 'IO
Mt. L ...... .... ........ 7 8 Vandergrift .....,, ..... 7
Mt. L ........,. ......., 7 8 Bethel ........... ..... 8
Mt. L ....... ....,... 7 4 Gateway ....... ......... 'I 2
Mt. L ........., ........ 7 6 Butler .......... ......... 'I 0
Mt. L ....... ..,..... 7 8 Munhall .,.... ..... 8
Mt. L ..,...,... ........ 7 6 Duquesne ..... ........, 'I 0
Mt. L ...,,.. .,...... 7 4 Clairton ......... ,........ 'I 2
Mt. L ....... ......,, 7 8 Vandergrift .,..... ..... 8
Mt. L ..,.,,. ........ 6 9 Bethel ............ ........ 1 7
Mt. L. ...... ,....... 7 0 Gateway ....... .....,.., i 6
Mt. L. ...... ...,..,. 7 4 Butler .....,.... ......... 'I 2
Mt. L .......,...... .,....,, 6 7 Munhall .,..........,... ........ 'I 9
Mt. L ..,.........,,,,......,.. 70 Duquesne .......................... 16
Grove City Relays Championship - Mt. Lebanon- 151
Eastern interscholastic Championship - Mt. Lebanon - lst
W.P.l.A.L Championship - Mt. Lebanon - lst
Western Regional Championship - Mt, Lebanon - 'lst
P.I.A.A. State Championship - Mt. Lebanon - 'lst
ROW 1: Tom Hilleman, Dick McNally, Jim McCaslin, Bill Beck, Dave Nicholas, Bob Felt, Joe
Cyzeki, Bob Stevens, John Campbell, Bob Burger, Fred Maurhoff. ROW 2: Andy Stoody, Rick
Toucey, Bucky Hamilton, Jim Erickson, John Solomon, Dave Bock, Jack Bullock, Stoddy Smith,
Ed Hazlett, Rick Hoppe, John Blum, John Gabrenas, Barry Bishop. ROW 3: Coach Grant, Bob
Cope, Jim Nelson, Dave Davidson, Tom Trethewey, Dick Esposito, John Shields, Stewart Early,
Randy Martin, John Stoneberg, Bill Coho.
John Lindsey, Fred Schwartz, Bob Burdick, Ken Kurtz, Bill Dillner, Bob Morris, Bruce Thomson,
Mt. Lebanon and opposition gasp for air
on last leg of grueling swim.
A Mt. Lebo merman musters strength to Mg. Lebanon qquqmqnl Tom Hillemqn,
SP0fk VBIOY- exhibits top competition diving.
Hiiieman snaps into back dive in pike position.
Mt. Lebanon relayers kick their way to
Tom Trethewey, national record-breaking star, pauses for a
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A Mt. Lebanon swimmer splashes to another win. form.
Swimmers are about to smack the water to begin a relay race.
Rifle Team Compiles An Enviable Record
Although hindered by inexperience, the Mt. Lebanon
riflemen once again completed a satisfying season.
Captained by Eleanor Swartz, the team's consistent
high scorers were Bob Van Nuise, Judi Greene, Mary
Ann Herr, and Jerry Bokan, The Mounty sharpshooters
outshot all contending teams except an always tough
Coach Neal is looking forward to next season with
great anticipation. Since only three lettermen will be
lost through graduation, the nucleus of a potential state
championship team will be returning in the fall.
A Mountie shorpshooter squeezes off the all-important shot.
Rifle team sights in with Coach Neal's help
L ......... ......... 4 98 Coraopolis ..... .....
L ......... ......... 5 00 Bethel ........ .....
L ...,..... .,.,,.... 4 99 Duquesne ....... .....
L. ,....... ,........ 5 00 Coraopolis ..... ....,
L ......... ......... 5 00 Carnegie ....... .....
L ......... ....,.... 5 00 Bethel ..,..,... .....
L ......... ......... 4 99 Duquesne ....... .....
Row 'l: Bob Geeseman, Peter Olson, Jerry Bokan, Bob Van Nuise, Ellie Swartz, Mary Ann Herr, Judi
Greene. Row 2: Coach Neal, Joy DeSensi, Margie Dasher, John Negele, Larry Guess, Colonel
Bruntien, Betsy Bates, Lynn Bengstan, Carol Courtney, Laurie Weisbrod, Kathie Foley.
Track Reigns King As Mounties Capture
Bang! And they're off!
The 1960 Blue Devil Track Team under the coaching of
Donley Mollenauer sailed through their dual-meet schedule
to post their fifth straight W.P.I.A.L. Championship- The
Mounty squad increased their streak of dual-meet wins by
seven, to total up to a fantastic 119 wins in 16 seasons with-
out a tie or setback. The powerful track men won every
major track meet which was possible to schedule in the
Western Pennsylvania area, among these were the W.P.l.A.L.
Relays and the W.P.l.A-L. Track and Field Championships.
The Mounties chalked up a whopping 123 points to Shaler's
four in a dual meet which meant another change in the
Honors won by the Mt. Lebo track men included the
W.P.l.A.L. pole vault record, a Mansfield four-mile relay re-
cord, one individual state championship, and three W.P.l.A.L-
first place trophies.
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Jack Gilbert qualifies with room to spare in an invitational
In individual performances, the Mounties produced a crop
of standouts. Team co-captain and hurdling star, Denny
Deal, totaled up the most points for the Mounty squad.
Denny, the state champion in the 180-yard low hurdles and
team high scorer, proved to be a key man for the Blue
Devils. Dick Walker crumbled the existing iavelin and discus
records by hurling a 200-6M in the iavelin and 155-6 in the
discus. Bob Walker and Fred Eassa were other top-ranking
point-getters in the field events. The iumpers, coached by
Dick Toler, broke both existing school records, while Eassa
topped the W.P.l.A.L- pole vault mark.
VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE
Mt. L. ............ 90 Central Catholic ..... ......... 2 9
48 Tri-State Coaches ................ lFnrstJ
Mt. L. ........... .
77 112 Johnstown ..................... 49112
107 Washington 33 Canon McMillan 20
Mt- L. ........... .
Mt. L. ........... .
Mt. L. ............ 19 719 Mansfield Relays .............. Uhirdj
Mt. L. ........... 123 Shaler .................... ............. 4
Mt. L. ............ 91 Canonsburg Relays ............ QFirstJ
Mt. L. ............ 93 Penn Hills ............... ........ 3 4
Mt. L. ............ 41 112 W.P.l-A.L. Relays ...... ....... Q Firstj
Mt. L. .......... 103 McKeesport ............. ......... 2 4
Mt. L. ........ .... 5 3 112 Mt. Lebanon Relays ............ lFirstJ
Mt. L. ............ 78 112 Allegheny County .............. lFirstJ
Mt. L. ............ 38 115 W.P-I.A.L. Championship .... lFirst1
P.l.A.A. Championship ..lSecondJ
Mt. L. ............ 14 516
ifth Straight W. P. I. . . Championship
High-sailing Fred Eassa
shatters another W.P.l.A.L. record.
Coach Mollenauer clocks the mile
John Weisiger breaks the stadium
mark set by his brother.
First Row: Taylor, Lory, Teller, Wicken, Stevenson, Hecht, Melhado, Deemer. Second Row: Bay-
ers, Pozzi, Straub, Hovorka, Coach Mollenauer, Gilbert, Deal, Eassa. Third Row: Coach Toler,
Wright, Weisiger, Stobie, Ferguson, Hathaway, Walker, Mehaffey, Smith, Hoag, Coach Batchelor.
Fourth Row: Battaglia, Wurster, Perrine, Hutchinson, Walker, Oelshlager, McMillan, Walther,
Denny Deal takes a flight of hurdles in a warm up. f Atxsclss. TTB' Bob Crofford strains
or e rms une.
Split-second timing and precision teamwork
are displayed by Seth Melhado and Joe Hutch-
John Wright snaps the tape in re-
cord-breoking time, clinching another
Stobie grinds into the homesfrefch, Lorry Hathaway matches stride for stride against runners
from contending schools.
Junior Varsity Coach Dick Jones and his assistant Leo
Vroble turned out some top-flight replacements to plug
up the holes left by the 1960 graduates. The JV squad
had quite an impressive year, winding up the season with
a 4-2 record. The team suffered defeat against the Bethel
and North Allegheny varsity teams, but the Mounties
bounced back to conquer a strong Hopewell varsity.
In addition to an admirable team showing, a number
of Coach Jones's tracksters proved themselves to be stand-
out performers. Sprinter, Willis Siegfried, Reed Agnew,
Hurdlerp Bob Harvey, half-mile, Jan Wunderlich and Jeff
Minno in the discus and iavelin, Gus Kalogeras, shot, dis-
cus and iavelin, and Ed Davidson, shot putter, all took
individual honors in W-P.l.A.L. competition. This year's
well-rounded team will provide reserve strength and depth
for the varsity in the ensuing years.
J. V.'s Provide
First Row: Berg, Wise, Boyer, Coull, English,
Keller, Stahl, Rose. Second Row: Jackson, Marr,
Cobaugh, Van Voorhis, Bayers, Ehlers, Pusuli,
Doorley, Manoogian. Third Row: Harvey, Minno,
Robson, Kimmel, Agnew,iDavidson, Adler, Ditt-
mar, Kalogeras, Harris. Fourth Row: Wright,
Lauffer, Carrol, Wallin, Rosenblatt, Young
Maston, Lamont, Kredel-"
J. V. TRACK SCHEDULE
- L. .... 72 Bethel ........... ,
75 E. Washington ........
'l0 Canon McMillan
Penn Hills ........................ 37
McKeesport ........ .........
Hopewell ....................., 49
North Allegheny ............
Don Kredel grabs the baton for a final leg to de- High-stepping JV star Alex Lamont
feat a Hopewell rival. leads the pack over the low hurdles.
Lebo Netters Battle Strenuous Schedule
Under the direction of Coach Victor Doak, the
1960 Tennis Team ended its season with a powerful
second place in the W.P-I.A.L. Conference. The
team was invincible to all but Shadyside and the
league-leading Carnegie who proved to be the
stumbling blocks in the 1960 campaign.
Hard-hitting Bob Garvey was the
man of the Mounty team. Captain
gomery filled the number two Spot,
Peter Rzanicki rounded out the top trio. Coach Doak
Klober stands poised as Garvey follows through with a
Mt. L .,............... 7
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Mt. L ................. 7
Mt. L .,............... 8
Mt. L ................. 5
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Mt. L ......,.......... 5
Mt. L ......,.......... 1
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Mt. L ..........,,..,.. 2
A Mounty letterman lets go a ripping
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utilized good depth in singles positions and placed
a special emphasis an doubles play, pooling the
talents of Bob Garvey and Bill Ellis. Consistency and
team cooperation helped the 1960 Lebo netters to
play the brand of tennis responsible for such a
Crafton ..... ........., 0
Bethel ,... ........... 0
Carnegie .. ......... .4
Dormont .... ....... 0
Beaver .... ...1
Crofton .,.. ...0
Bethel ........ ....... 0
Shadyside ......,......... 3
Carnegie ..,.... ,..4
Dormont .... ....... 0
Dave Klaber wallops a fore-hand drive
148 First row: Bob Garvey, Peter Rzasnicki, Doug Montgomery. Second Row: Nick
Mager, Jerry Rinehart, Don Cameron, .lay Alexander, Coach Doak, Dave
Klaber, George Phillips, Bob Campbell, Dick Larry.
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Coach Burrows and his squad of Mt. Lebo golfers ended their
scheduled season with an 8 and 1 record, suffering the first and
only loss to New Castle. The Mounty linksmen took first place in
Section Five Competition. Bridgeville, Carnegie, Bethel, and Up-
per St. Clair each bowed twice to the Lebo golfers. These hard
fought victories enabled the team to travel to play in the Section
Team captain Jim Russel won the Most Valuable Player Award,
shooting in the 7O's. Dave Minnotte, George Donaldson, J i m
Lynch, Ron Spiegal, and Jim Russel averaged about 78 strokes per
round to provide the team with consistency and depth. Newly-
elected team captain Dave Minnotte and Coach Burrows expect
another high-caliber golf team in 1961.
Left to right: Dave Minnotte, Jack Donaldson, Jim Lynch, Coach Burrows, Jim
Russell, Ron Spiegel.
Jack Donaldson exhibits his putting skill.
Dave Minnotte unleashed a sizzling drive.
Jim Lynch, a picture of concentrated
effort, blasts his way out of a sand
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Upper St. Clair
Upper St. Clair
New Castle ....
Baseball Team Rebuilds During l96O Season
First row: Dick Headley, Bill Reeves, Bill Kaufman, Jay Cheney, Dave
Karlson. Second Row: Mike Sunner, Dave Miles, Jack Howe, Bruce McKis-
sock, Reed Overend. Third Row: Coach Mercer Clark, Bob Bennett, Lynn
Foltz, Andy Alex, Jim Daniell, Tom Housekeeper. Fourth Row: John Ed-
wards, Bernie Laquinta, Steve Theis, Bruce Fletcher.
The mounty double-play combination
moves into action as Fletcher backhands
a stinging grounder.
Sunner stirs the infield dust as he slides to avert the
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Mt. L. ....... ....... 4 Washington .........., 5
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Mt- L. ....... ....... 3 Cannonsburg ......... 5
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Plagued by the lack of top-notch returning lettermen, the Mounty
nine failed to match previous records- A good crop of sophomores
and juniors did do a creditable iob in bringing up the slack, but they
suffered from lack of experience.
Claiming the honors at the batting cage were Mike Sunner, Jim
Daniell, Bruce Fletcher, and Lynn Foltz with collected season averages
of .3lO, .32'l, .302, and .297 respectively. Andy Alex, Jack Howe,
and John Edwards formed the nucleus of the mound crew. Jim
Daniell undertook the behind-the-plate duties while Dave Karlson re-
sumed his position at first base. The potent double-play combina-
tion of Mike Sunner and Bruce Fletcher, along with Lynn Foltz holding
down third base, completed the tasks of the infield. Reed Overend,
Bernie Laquinta, and Tom Housekeeper roamed the outfield pastures
for the varsity crew.
Mt. Lebanon got a feather in its cap by knocking off its old rival,
Trinity, with a 9 to 2 win and then went on to trounce Washington. A
wealth of talented candidates, team spirit, and a desire to win are
all contributing factors which Coach Clark feels will lead to the
W. P- I. A. L. crown next year.
tudent Initiative Brings Co-Ed Volleyball
Excitement-packed contests popularize intramural
phase of athletic program.
A well-accepted addition to our intramural program
is co-ed volleyball. The student-organized sport was
iudged a success by all participants. Taking their names
from colleges, the teams partook in a round robin
The intramural basketball program was supervised
by the athletic department and operated under the
tournament 'system. A final intramural championship
contest resulted in each grade level. Intramural sports
presented the opportunity of spirited competition, team
play, and enioyment.
An extra-popular, extra-curricular sport.
Poised for the lump.
Intramural basketball provides the thrill of competi-
tudents Laughed, Facult Won
The long and the short of it.
Here is the versatile talent that sparked the faculty squad on to
Although the 1959-1960 sports season witnessed many
championship games for Mt. Lebanon, the most challeng-
ing and exciting of all was the student-faculty basketball
game. One boy from each senior homeroom battled the
faculty squad in an unforgettable contest of twisted rules
and unorthodox plays. This event was so well-received
that another game was scheduled for 1961, when the
faculty will attempt to repeat their victory.
A long stretch gives students o two-
5 Basketball or wrestling?
Both teams watch as hi-iinks interrupt the
Managers Coordinate Athletic Program
Bob Towner and Earl Weaver, team managers,
help with the storage and maintenance of
The managers of Mt. Lebanon's eleven varsity sports
have numerous responsibilities. Their duties stem from
the handling and storing of equipment to maintaining
Mr. W. C. Moore is aided by Bill Lane, Gerry Hood,
and Kirk Borland in the duties of coordinating the
sports and maintaining the financial records of the
Wrestling managers Larry Wagner and Bill Biggs
attend to head bruise.
Bill Lane, athletic manager, Gerry Hood, athletic secretary,
and Kirk Borland, assistant manager, check the records with
their sponsor, Mr. Moore.
Swimming managers clock another
.A.A. Projects A Kaleidoscope Cf Fun
Under the skillfully-planned direction of Miss Shaver,
Miss Faieta, and the Leaders Club, about seven hundred
girls participated in G.A.A. Last fall, not to be outdone
by the boys, G.A.A. instigated girls' touch football. To
the hoots and hysterics of all onlookers, the teams fumb-
led the ball from one end of the field to the other. later
in the season, G.A.A. tournaments centered around more
familiar sports. Volleyballs spiked over the net at a
surprised opposing team, ping-pong serves spinning ex-
pertly down the table, successful hook shots during an
evenly-matched basketball game, and smooth backhand
tennis returns highlighted the G.A.A. calendar during
the winter and spring months.
The social calendar also held a kaleidoscope of fun-
filled events - the awards banquet, which recognizes
those who have earned G.A.A. letters, the Spring Fan-
tasy, for dancers as well as athletes, Play Day, which
entertained girls from seventy other district schools, a
Sports' Clinic for all of Allegheny County, and the
March gym exhibition, in which every girl demonstrated
some phase of our physical education program.
All in all, the Girls' Athletic Association provided a well
rounded schedule of athletic and social activities that
were available to all high school girls.
A bevy of beauty and charm created g . T
a lovely atmosphere for the Spring Fantasy. '
The girls keep Play Day a lively one.
Talented and poised, the girls in the Wdtel'
Ballet displayed a panorama of synchronized
Speakers at the G.A.A. banquet prefer to deliver their
addresses on a full stomach.
Shouts from the tennis courts make concentration
Which way do we go ?
Selected for their leadership and athletic ability, the members of Leaders Club, Marty Lewis,
Betty Kenney, Joy Hugo, Shirley Barson, Pam Thomas, Mary Ellen Houston, Cathy Anderson,
Virginia Mitchell, Julie Diekmann, Diane Browarsky, Christy Borgerding, Gretchen Carter, Carmela
Finelli, Sue Stafford, Carol Carroll, Linda Menke, Marcia Walsh, Lynda Pfendler, Sheron Rock,
Mary Shannon, Helen Rovegno, planned activities and tournaments for G.A.A.
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September presented us with the challenge of be-
ginning another school year and offered us a new start
in each department of the school. In sports, the bonfire
rally kicked off a feeling of pride in our outstanding
athletic teams. During rousing sessions at the Rec,
our school spirit rose, instigated by songs, cheers, and
vigorous hopes. With a flurry of enthusiasm and spirit,
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A spectacular scoring play creates ioyful havoc in the student
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Bart picks the platters
A swinging session at the Rec
Musical Groups Add Flavor
enioyment to our extra-curricular interests. The large enrollment of these groups testifies to the enthusiasm with which students
receive them. Audiences, too, applaud the performances of the
orchestra, presenting its annual spring festival, the band, pro-
viding a precise half-time exhibition, and the chorus, furnishing
a special touch for our auditorium programs.
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' A trip to Allegheny College highlighted the fall schedule
of our celebrated band.
160 After another successful halftime show, the band section enioys the game.
At 5:00 on a Friday afternoon, any-
Harmony prevails, as Mr. Yagello and the high school
orchestra prepare for another popular performance.
The band practices another precise marching routine
Student singers and actors spent much of last spring tuning up for their parts in the "Pinafore"
Formals Usher ln The Flurr Gf Fall
September brought the flurry of excitement and
activity that characterizes the beginning of a school
year. Dances, shows, and special events highlighted
the transition from summer leisure to homework. The
first attraction, the election of Miss Mt. Lebanon,
sent local residents to vote for the candidate of
their choice. Producing the annual senior play,
Witness for the Prosecution, involved weeks of har-
rowing preparation on the parts of many upper-
Gold, russet, and green leaves formed a gay
canopy over the dance floor and set the "Autumn
Haze" theme for November's Junior-Senior Prom.
Pastel lighting and brightly-hued evening dresses
complemented the colorful atmosphere. Those who
attended this first formal of the year spent a won-
derful evening dancing beneath the autumnal cle-
corations and relaxing with refreshments.
Thus the year was launched, and we settled into
the groove of autumn activity. .
Lending an air of courtesy and friendliness at the senior play
were Deb Bateman, Sandy Kauper,Carol Emonds, and Bobbie Bentz.
162 Representing the high school in the Harvest Pageant were Ingrid La-rson, Miffie Fox, Sandy Kau-
per, Didra Paulus, Mimi Gambs, Bonnie Keller, Diane Plasman, Sue Norseen, Deanne Kustes,
Maribeth Englehart and Carla Mueller.
Gold, russet, and green leaves set
the "Autumn Haze" theme for
November's Junior-Senior Prom.
Novelty numbers add zest and variety to
the unforgettable prom.
Tables and refreshments in the lobby
provide a welcome contrast with the
crowded dance floor.
Dancing couples ioin in the eternal
favorite, the hokey-pokey.
Flying feet, sparkling eyes, and flashing smiles set the mood ot
The heavy snowfalls could snarl a line of traffic, but
they were unable to dampen any spirits or winter activity.
In fact, the forces of nature co-operated with those who had
planned ski-weekends, toloogganing parties, or ice-skating.
After much impatient waiting and checking calendars,
school dismissed for the end-of-the-year holidays. Numer-
ous parties, open-houses, and dances marked the festive
season. Highlighting the vacation was the annual Snow-
ball, sponsored by the Women's Club for the senior class.
Couples chatted and drank punch or danced under a ceil-
ing of colorful stars. At midnight came the crowning of the
queen and her court, selected from the senior girls present.
The evening was a pleasant climax to the holiday season.
"Who says this is kids' stuff?
Heading home for the holidays.
64 Another present under the tree was the annual
Last year's queen heads the parade of incoming royalty.
A parade of hopeful aspirants.
Amid a flurry of golden snowflakes, Suzy Dittmar
is crowned Queen of the Snowball. Members of
her court include Karen Sorg, Dana Simpson, Pam
Francis, Carla Mueller, Caddy Durkin, and Mary
A waltz for the queen and her court adds a special touch to the
Pep Hi hlights
Once a year, a strange concoction of hill-billy havoc
and hectic hilarity reign supreme at the Sadie Hawkins
Dance. On this night, all the ladies dress like Sadies in
their Sunday worst, latch on to a local yokel, and wait
for the blessin' of Marryin' Sam. This year, Dave Scott
penetrated Dogpotch with his feet-stompin' platters, ancl,
as a highlight, some of the Skunk Hollow Boys, local
singing groups, rendered some selections.
All dressed up for the big city folks.
Gathering of the clan.
Contributing to the enthusiasm.
During the late months of winter, a new crop
sprang up - enthusiasm. At pep rallies, we ac-
claimed the athletes who made possible our ath-
letic triumphs: The swimming team had won the
W.P.l.A.L. Meet and was advancing towards the
state championship. ln basketball, Lebo was par-
ticipating in the race for W.P.l.A.L. leadership. At
the games, we displayed our renewed spirit by
our support and cheering. Blue devil banners rose
above a flurry of streamers and confetti in the
grandstands as spectators yelled the victory cry.
How soon can you forget those enthusiastic pep
Their own brand of school spirit.
Student body honors senior teammen.
"We've got a T-E-AdM, it's on the B-E-A-Ml"
"We Are The Seniors. . . "
After four years of hard work and anticipation, we are
about to take our place in the adult world. Graduation
has come, in spite of those moments when we thought it
would never arrive. The year's activities-Senior Recogni-
tion Game, Witness for the Prosecution, the Senior Tea, and,
finally, all the ioyful parties and celebrations of the last
week-crowd into our thoughts and spill over into our
memories. But, far from becoming a memory, our loyalty
for Mt. Lebanon remains a daily feeling in our hearts,
and,in the traditional exercises that each graduating class
has followed, we symbolize our pride in the past and
our hope in the future.
"And I thought yesterday was rough!"
A triple trio of worthy candidates.
And only 106 more days until Senior Day. Always willing to explain one more time.
"A class like ours will never die"
Hopeful seniors clutch college transcripts.
"No wonder I'm hungry. I had
Rush hour in the Attendance Office.
T 'X . nd We're Might Proudl'
Nancy Naismith, Nancy Skarada, Sheron Rock, Nancy
Nuernberg, Janice Pike, Dave Easton, Mike Sunner, Mel
Klein, Roy Gilliland, Bernie Laquinta, Ron Downey, Eddie
Davidson, John Harper, Dove Smith, Don Jordano, Hank
The visions of Senior Day that we have held for
so many years did not begin to be realized until
preparation for that day started at the begin-
ning of the second semester. At that time, each
twelfth-grade homeroom selected students to work
on each ot the senior committees. Along with
faculty sponsors, these students organized various
phases of the activities of our last week. They
selected and distributed material for vests, ar-
ranged practice sessions tor the class song, and
supervised the variety show. These groups were
responsible for the success of Senior Day 1961.
Wurster and Jay O'Connor, members of the Color Com-
mittee, nominated class colors and supervised color voting
in the homeroom.
Selecting the senior song and arranging times to
practice it were the duties of the Song Committee,
which consisted of Linda Brodmerkel, Claudia Miller,
John Rodgers, Kathy Schwarz, Mary Ann Jones,
Carolann Kearns, Jill Hagan, Linda Grove, Sally
Prigg, Carolyn Eck, and Betsy Lindsey.
The Variety Show Committee, composed of Bill
Massey, Miffie Fox, Pam Hyslop, John Crissman,
Mary Redding, Ralph Alster, Ginger Jordan, Dave
Wikoff, Sheila Lynott, Mollie Glennan, Pat Barnum,
Julie Hering, Marilyn Reynolds, Carol Phinney, Chuck
Garland, Jack Minnottee and Terry Schmidt, super-
vised the auditioning of acts for the senior talent
The Selection Committee chose the
type of material for senior vests. Those
on this committee were Barbara l.a-
Roso, Judy Ochodski, Diane W h ite,
Helen Reichl, Sally Sutherland, Sharon
Ham, Sandy Kauper, Susie Swager,
Marsha White, Linda Peck, Eshley
Edgar, Jim Caldwell, Herb Sanders,
Tony Lovely, Bill Wurzbach, Dave
Smith, Hank Wurster, Don Jordano,
Bernie Laquinta, Dan Cole and Mal-
Girls on Costume A Committee cut and dis-
tributed materials for senior vests. They were
Jean Benson, Diane Gething, Carol Wimmer,
Pat Robison, Sue Russell, Mary Ellen Skinner,
Marlene Singer, Debbie Evans, Ingrid Larson,
Judy Bender, Marcia Hickey, Karen Sorg, Shirley
Barson, Trudi Miller, Gerry Butler, Peggy Bruso,
Lynn Davis, Julia Grummer, Beverly Ritenour, and
The duties of the Costume B Committee
were taking orders and collecting
money for senior vests. Members were
Diane Koerner, Lynda Pfendler, Linda
Easterling, Lynn Boester, Caddy Dur-
kin, Leslie Wilmot, Susie Hoose, Bar-
bara Fiedler, Bruce Thomson, Thurman
Eckfeld, and Knut Johnsen.
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