Muhlenberg College - Ciarla Yearbook (Allentown, PA)
- Class of 1963
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' ' y. mm i Mgj$l As the annual publication of Muhlenberg College, the Ciarla provides a vantage point from which we can reflect upon the past as well as envision the future of our college. It serves as a stage, set for pleasant indulgence in some nos- talgic memories. It serves also as the agent through which are brought to the fore, each in its proper perspective, the events of an entire academic year, for both praise and criticism. If it is leafed through as just a picture magazine, then the import of its co ntent, sadly, has been lost. For the subject matter and photographic coverage contained herein have not been chosen to fill the allotted space of two hundred odd pages, but rather, they are the product of an unwritten philosophy from which the editors have assembled the Ciarla you see before you. We are now being accorded the sacred opportunity “to see ourselves as others see us.” This, then, is a candid and frank portrayal of the one hundred and fifteenth academic year of Muhlenberg College. 2 6 13 15 IP " 17 1 • ii« 28 29 35 36 ' i . , 37 A DEDICATION IN MEMORIAM: DR. GEORGE H. BRANDES It is often an irksome mark of our time that we come to acknowl- edge the good in m en only after they have departed from our midst. Indeed, on this occasion we are saddened that we are unable to take exception. We find ourselves paying belated homage to a man who deserved an enthusiastic ovation in life, rather than a solemn tribute in death. It is, therefore, with sin- cere regrets that the Ciarla pays its deepest respect to Dr. George H. Brandes in the form of a dedication to his memory and to his honor. Dr. Brandes willfully devoted the greater part of his productive lifetime to our college and to the many hundreds of students who passed under his tutelage. His loss is forever; and a mere flourish of words cannot enhance his record of altruistic devotion to the college he loved and served so unselfishly. Let this meager tribute then, suffice to convey our remorse. Dr. Brandes’ sincerity and high ideals have borne fruit; and we, the benefactors of his guid- ance, shall not let it pass unnoticed and never let it be forgotten. The photographs of Dr. Brandes on these two pages are the most recent known. They were taken just three short weeks prior to the professor’s untimely death. 38 “He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of little children; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task; who has left the world better than he found it, whether by an improved poppy, a perfect poem, or a rescued soul; who has never lacked appreciation of earth’s beauty or failed to express it; who has looked for the best in others and given the best he had; whose life was an inspiration; whose memory is a benediction.” A. J. Stanley 39 K m Ji ( V ' %! .jfia a gfe, : j Cm CONTENTS Academics and Extra-curricular Activities page 41 Administration page 41 Departments of Study page 54 Athletics page 91 Fraternities page 119 Events and Highlights of the Year page 144 Classes page 159 Seniors page 164 40 ■ 11 ACADEMICS, ATHLETICS, and ACTIVITIES President Page 42 Administration Page 43 Departments of the Arts Page 54 Departments of the Sciences Page 85 Department of Athletics Page 9i MUHLENBERG COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION President Erling N. Jensen and Dean Thad N. Marsh in academic robes. Trexler Room of Seeger ' s Union President Jensen 41 ERLING N. JENSEN, PHD. PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE During the academic year 1962-1963 many innovations were undertaken for the purpose of improving the pro- gram of Muhlenberg College, academically and socially. Although the indications are that the honor system, in operation for two years, is working reasonably well, considerable progress must be made before we can be assured of a really effective honor system. The J. Conrad Seegers Union was opened on January 27, 1963, and dedication ceremonies were held on February 8. The entire college community had eagerly anticipated the opportunity to make use of this fine building, which has already contributed much more than anyone had really expected to the total program of the college. The possibilities of this facility are indeed tremendous. The student body initiated the idea and raised the money to sponsor an Ethiopian student at Muhlenberg. The student was enthusiastically received on his arrival in May. We hope he will have an enjoyable and beneficial stay with us. The revised and improved chapel-assembly program will go into effect in the fall of 1963. During this academic year, faculty and student research received considerable impetus through a budget item, and through grants from outside sources, so that it was im- possible for faculty members and students in all divisions of the college to participate in research. The faculty curriculum committee has been at work studying possible revisions of the curriculum, graduation requirements, and an honors program for the junior and senior year. The long range planning committee has continued to meet. Both of these committees will complete their work next year. As the academic year drew to a close, we were able to announce a very substantial gift to the college, for the purpose of helping to provide an addition to Prosser Hall. These are some of the highlights of the 1962-1963 academic year. Each member of the Class of 1963 will have many other memories. As you leave Muhlenberg College and start your life work, or continue your studies at another institution of higher education, I want to ex- tend to each one of you my best wishes for success and happiness. I am sure that as time goes by, your years at Muhlenberg College will become more meaningful. May your pride in Muhlenberg, and your support of the col- lege, continue to grow. 42 George A. Frounfelker, Jr., Ph.D. Registrar Howard M. MacGregor, B.S. T reasurer Charles R. Stecker, Jr., A.B. Controller Assistant Treasurer John R. McAuley Business Manager Harry A. Benfer, A.M. Director of Admissions Director of Men ' s Dormitories Bruce R. Romig, B.S. A lumni Secretary Charles Bargerstock, A.M. Director of Financial Aid Director of Placement David M. Seamens, M.Ed. Union Director David H. Bremer, Ph.D. Chaplain George F. Eichorn, Jr., B.D. Director of Church Relations Daniel C. Springer, A.B. Director of Development Glenn Job Director of Publicity 44 LIBRARY STAFF First Row: William Baker, Rhea Evans, Mrs. Jessie Renninger, Mrs. Valborg Jepsen. Second Row: Miss Roma Ziegler, Mrs. Minotte Chatfield, Mrs. Margaret Rocheleau. Third Row: Mrs. Ann McDermout, Miss Mary Funk, M.S., Assistant Librarian. ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES First Row: Peggy Baskin, Alberta Rothenberger, Doris Scarl, Dorothy Frankenfield. Second Row: Maryanne Campbell, Shirley Seidel, Betty Miller, Grace Moyer, Doris Schantz. Third Row: Jean Conlin, Alma Deutch, Carol Geiger. Fourth Row: Mary Graham, Ruth Egan. Kathryn Glover. STUDENT HEALTH STAFF Kathryn Kistler, R.N. Missing: Agnes Ritter, R. N. Thomas H. Weaber, Jr., M.D. 46 STUDENT COUNCIL In its attempt to serve as a vehicle of student interest and expression, the Student Council continued in the fine tradition of representative councils before it in concerning itself with the welfare of the Student Body. The 1962-63 session of Student Government produced many new programs. In addition to the crucial fiscal reforms enacted, the Student Council reorganized the Student Court, formulated a new Social Code, and defined certain vague social regulations. In addition, the representatives on the Council initiated the evaluation of the Honor Code and successfully lobbied for an extension of the library stack hours. The highlight of the year’s activities was the evening when 4500 persons roared their approval of the concert performed by Peter, Paul and Mary and sponsored by the Student Council. Beyond these immediate successes, the long range purpose of Student Government remained to engender among the students a sense of social responsibility and to provide an education in democratic self- government. Richard Levinson, Richard Ziegler, Joseph Howard, Frederick Truitt, Jean Herr, Secretary; Peter Cistone, President; Sidney Weikert, Vice-President; Richard Lunger, Thomas Turczyn, Jeanne Maraz, Edwin Hoffman, Treasurer. Missing : Roger Deermount, Willard Crouthamel, Joel Glass, Thomas Horne. 47 STUDENT SUPREME COURT The Muhlenberg Student Court is the highest student judicial body on the campus and, as such, has jurisdiction over all cases appealed to it from any of the lower judiciary bodies on campus, or referred directly to it by a faculty member or student. The hearings of the court, presided over by the President, are tape-recorded and these tapes are preserved for future reference in arriving at decisions on similar cases. The court hears all cases involving infractions of both the academic and social codes of the college, and submits its recommendations to the Dean of the Faculty, in the case of an academic infraction, or to the Dean of Students in social offenses. The court consists of nine students — four seniors, three juniors, and two sophomores, who are chosen by Student Council upon consideration of recommendations from O.D.K. and the Women’s Honor Society. Justices must be approved by the faculty and administration and hold office during good conduct. ! f | 1 1 || Iff |||- j James Pizza, John Gilhorn. Edward Simon. Michael Walker, President; Annika Toffer, William Carmichael. Kenneth Maurer. 48 MEN ' S DORMITORY COUNCIL William Stoudt, Kenneth Arndt, Howard Marsh, Richard Weisenbach, Treasurer; Richard Jacobs, President; Frederick Eck, Secretary; Jacob Klein Ronald Barlok, Thomas Yocom, Charles Gills. Missing: David Phillips, James Yost, Corresponding Secretary. WOMEN ' S COUNCIL Consisting of twelve male residents, the Men’s Dormitory Council has as its primary objective the maintenance of a just and uniform study atmosphere within the dormitories. To this end, the councilmen are responsible for enforcing all dormitory regulations as they appear in the College Publications. Infractions of any of the above standards can result in disciplinary measures by the Council. The organization also believes that it should aid the student in areas other than study conditions and subsequently highlighted the 1962-63 academic year with the awarding of the first Council sponsored scholarship, in honor of H. A. “Haps” Benfer. Seated: Leslie Scarborough, Judith Albright, Priscilla Schlenker, Secretary; Karen Herring, Vice-President; Sandra Shupe, President; Maimu Annus, Treasurer; Joan Middlemast, RoseAnn Gill, Margaret Ward. Standing: Barbara Herbein, Margaret MacDonald, Rachelle Cinque, Florence Kahmar, Kathryn Stauffer, Diane Donaldson, Marjorie Kleintop. The Women’s Council, the organization of women students of Muhlenberg College, consists of four officers, two dormitory presidents, one representative from each floor in Brown Hall and Prosser Hall, two commuter representatives, two freshmen representatives, and one representative from Bernheim House. Its primary purposes are to promote high standards of honor in all matters of conduct and to provide and administer rules for group living. This year’s council succeeded in revising the disciplinary system, in initiating an open house on designated Sundays, and in developing a new signout system. Activities sponsored by this organization included several informal dances, the annual Christmas Party, and the Spring Sing. 49 $ xa Seated: Carol Riegel, Betsy Hawman, John Gilhorn, Gary Luckman, Carol Smullen, Sidney Weikert, Chairman; Nancy Weltz, Ellen Cook, Robert Brown, Sandra Haas, Jeanne Lippman. Standing: John Turoczi, Thomas Mendham, Robert Mackay, Ronald Banner, Jacob Klein, George Balmer, John Rosenberg, Richard Benveniste, Raymond Sprow, Kenneth Sweder, Ralph Ardolino. FRESHMAN ORIENTATION COMMITTEE The Freshman Orientation program underwent several major changes this year in connection with its increased emphasis -upon the educating of the freshmen to the demands and experiences of the many phases of college life. Two of the more significant additions were: ( 1 ) the establishment of a separate disciplinary committee, which enabled the twenty-two student advisors to be free to fulfill completely their duties as advisors; and (2) the initiation of weekly assemblies for the entire freshman class, during which the various campus activities and clubs staged active presentations of their functions. JO OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa, men’s leadership society, completed a successful year. The society admits Juniors and Seniors to membership after they have demonstrated outstanding qualities of leadership and maturity in the general areas of scholarship, dramatics, music, athletics, journalism, and student government. Members of the society were instrumental in bringing an African refugee from Bulgaria to study at Muhlenberg College, and the annual Spring Carnival raised over $400 in scholarship funds for the student. The funds from the previous carnival were allocated to special library purchases which will greatly add to the versatility of the library. James Monaco, President : Barry Dorn, Robert Bohm. David Billheimer, Frederick Truitt, Vice-President ; Peter Cistone, Walter Blue, Edward Bonekemper. Missing: Dr. Victor Johnson, Dr. Harold Stenger, Advisors. 51 First Row: Erna Hilliard, Diane Donaldson, Secretary-Treasurer. Barbara Gum, President: Karen Herring, Ute Lissy, Joann Reeder. Second Row: Jeanne Maraz, Jean Herr, Marilyn Morgan, Jean Stauffer. Third Row: Joan Middle mast. Missing: Maimu Annus, Sandra Shupe, Judy Decking. LAMBDA EPSILON DELTA Lambda Epsilon Delta was established three years ago for the purpose of honoring those junior and senior women who have made outstanding contributions to Muhlenberg College in the areas of scholarship and service, or social activities. This year the society held a coffee hour on Homecoming Weekend for former members, and sponsored a bus trip to a production of Lucia Di Lammermoor by the Philadelphia Opera Society. The society also interviewed prospective Student Court candidates and participated in the formulation of a pole to determine the success of the Honor Code of the college. First Row: Daniel Jones, David Scarborough, Ronald Low, Martin Grossman. Second Row: Thomas Mendham, President; Peter Cistone, Donald Fisher, Thomas Kochenderfer, Secretary-Treasurer; Third Row: Edward Myer, George Balmer, Stephen Gall, Robert Knouss. Fourth Row: Allan Jones, George Ordway, David Kaugher, Robert Fulton, Barry Weshnak. Fifth Row: Robert Gowdy, George Hummel, Robert Mackay, Andrew Patterson, Charles Merrill. Sixth Row: Fred Truitt, Edwin Fischl, Robert Brown, Stephen Humphreys. CARDINAL KEY SOCIET} Since its founding in May of 1940, the Cardinal Key Society has continued in its tradition of service to the „ college and community. During the past twenty-three years, the Society has grown in size, performed its services, and assumed new responsibilities, keeping in mind its basic objective: “That the undergraduate student should grant prestige to service.” During the past year, the Society has provided for an enlargement of its membership in order to execute increased requests for the Society’s services. In addition to guiding guests and prospective students on tours of the campus, the Cardinal Key Society ushers for all major college sporting events, concert series, plays, civic attractions, and community functions. Thro ugh all activities of the organization, Cardinal Key men strive to serve Muhlenberg in every way possible to further a favorable impression with all who visit and with all who are associated with Muhlenberg College. ALPHA PHI OMEG f « ! « | W. ' “K. J i. First Row: Robert Kandle, John Turoczi, David Gaugler, John Petree, President: James Smith, Dean Wentz. Second Row: Gerald Smyser, Fred Hossler, Charles Eisenhart, James Alderfer, James Marsh. Robert Graff, Doug Young, John Henry. John Bowles. Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of college and university men who are or have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The purpose of this organization is to develop friendship and promote service to humanity. Active since 1958, Alpha Phi Omega received its National Charter in 1962. The organization ushers at Mopsy Day and Boy Scout Day, and helps at various functions held in the Seegers Union. It also conducts an annual “Ugly Man Contest.” Community and national services include donations and aid to several charitable organizations such as CARE and the March of Dimes. Through these services, Alpha Phi Omega serves the college and the community. 52 MEMBERSHIP Terryl Alien, Ruth Neal, Barbara Herbein, Janilie Fister, Sandra Haas, Jeanne Maraz, Nessa Rosen, Christina Schlenker, Sandra Taylor, Erna Hilliard, Secretary; Barbara Wagner, Jean McIntosh, President- Spring; Judith Albright, Judith Flesch, Barbara Laufenberger, Ellen Cook, Ruth Gross, Jeanne Clark, Anne Fichthorn, Ellie Jasch, Patricia Stump, Linda Pancoast, Josephine Cookenbach, Jean Arthur, Alice Deisher, Leslie Earl, Margret Deermont, President- Fall; Mary Ann Taylor, Edrie Pappenburger, Evonne Schultz, Historian; Judith Conrad, Nancy Dodson, Florence Kahmar, Beth Mulligan, Maureen Stewart, Andrea Oakley, Rachelle Cinque, Louise Soli, Ceinwen Schreiner, Karen Biehl, Caroline Myslinski, Carol Smullen, Ellen Buhler, Marie Campion, Karen Carl, Renee Plank, Nan Sellers, Joan Middlemast, Gay DeGelleke, Nancy Gaebler, Cathryn Scheurer, Nadine Uhrich, Starr Kinney, Barbara Levy, Nancy Terry, Treasurer; Rebecca Van Haste, Barbara Volkart, Jean Keenhold, Karen Kucera, Nancy Andrews, Patricia Harris. DELTA PHI NU Established as a woman’s social service sorority, Delta Phi Nu provides aid in college functions such as teas, dances, and receptions; and provides service for the community and its charitable organizations. This year, the sorority worked extensively with the Good Shepherd Home and Allentown Hospital. Delta Phi Nu is open to any girl, after her freshman year, who possesses commendable academic and social standing, proven qualities of capability, and a willingness to strive unselfishly for the improvement of the college and community. Prospective members are expected to serve in a specified percentage of activities in order to become eligible for initiation at the end of a semester of “pledging.” Because of the recent growth in membership. Delta Phi Nu has been able to provide frequent and more effective aid to the college and community. . First Row; Edward Greenawald, Secretary- Treasurer; Robert Killian, Vice-President; Edwin Fischl. Second Row: Jackson Cope, James Werkheiser, Charles Fulp, Jr. COMMUTERS CLUB The purpose of the Commuter’s Club is to integrate the Muhlenberg community and the day student. This organization acts as a consolidating factor for Muhlenberg’s commuting students by bringing them together on common ground and by acting as the representative organization for these students on campus. Besides its participation in intramural sports this year, the Commuter’s Club sponsored an August get-acquainted picnic for all incoming Freshmen and Upperclassmen. 53 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH First Row: Frank J. Bernhard Jr., M.A., Griffith Dudding, M.A.; Minotte M. Chatfield, Ph.D. Second Row: Claude E. Dierolf, Ph.D.; Andrew H. Erskine, Ph.D.; Harold L. Stenger, Ph.D., Department Head; Dean Thad N. Marsh. Third Row: Robert Thornberg, Ph.D.; Janet Stamm, Ph.D.; Ralph Graber, Ph.D.; Bessie Michael, M.A.; J. Gysbert Bouma, Ph.D. 54 Harold L. Stenger, Jr., Ph.D. Department Head Thomas Mendham, Nicholas Sheidy, Edward Bonekemper, Patrick Walsh, David Miller. PUBLICATIONS BOARD OF DIRECTORS The publications board is a liaison group among the student publications, receiving allotments from the Student Publications Fund and the Student Council. The board serves as the coordinator concerning the functions of the various publications, establishi ng a linkage of cooperation both in editorial and financial matters between them and improving the excellence of their management. The publications board consists of the editors-in-chief of the publications. The associate members are business managers of the publications and manager of WMUH radio. 55 MUHLENBERG WEEKLY 56 The Weekly ended its eightieth year of continuous publication in June. This anniversary year marked many renovations. The format of the paper and the organization of the staff were changed to modernize and increase efficiency. Through the Weekly, Muhlenberg students have voiced controversial opinions on chapel policy, Dormitory renovation, general academic regulations, and James Monaco. Editor-in-Chief. administrative efficiency. Several of these “campaigns” resulted in success. The newspaper received several awards for journalistic excellence from national organizations. It also met with opposition to some of its opinions. However, the editors have expressed their feeling that this diversity of opinion is a sign of a healthy intellectual environment. Ed Bonekemper, Managing Editor. Joann Reeder, News Editor. Seated: Susan Pattison, Judith Jeffries, Associate Business Manager ; Joann Reeder, News Editor; Christopher Moore, Larry Crouthamel, News Assistant: Ilene Danziger, Layout Editor. Second Row: Barbara Wagner, Marie Campion, Robert Bohm, Editorial Assistant: Dolores Lipham, Art Editor: Jeffrey Burnoski, Anne Englebrecht, William Becker, Elizabeth Kidd, Leonard Ochs, Wilson Dewald, Blakelvn Dempster, Managing Assistant. i963 CIARLA DAVID H. MILLER Editor-in-Chief JUDY K. DECKING Associate Editor ALAN H. DE CHERNEY Associate Editor 58 1963 CIARLA Editor-in-chief David H. Miller Associate Editors Judy K. Decking Alan H. DeCherney Photography Editor Brian C. Jones Assistant Photography Editors Stanley Awkberg Kenneth Maurer John D. Kaufman Copy Editor Richard S. Melenson Fraternity Editor Barry C. Dorn Sports Editor Robert L. Stolber Business Manager Thomas Mendham Assistant Business Manager Judith Jeffries General Staff Barbara Levy Diane Morgan llene Danziger Joyce Rabert George Darby Rachelle Cinque Faculty Advisors Dean Claude Dierolf Dr. Truman Koehler With special thanks to Glenn Job for his kind assistance and to Carl V. Peterson for his invaluable advice and patient understanding. BRIAN C. JONES Photography Editor 59 ARCADE Balladeers, to arms. This our court stinks peace. Lascivious lechery; light-hearted, left-wing limning of verbal viturpeation-cum-lillies-of- the-valley (with part-time Camille appended.) The Arcade put out two issues (Issues 1 2) this year. One was Black. The other was White. We are not discriminatory. Joel Glass, Nicholas Sheidy, Assistant Editor; Judith Burroughs, William Carmichael, Ilene Danziger, James Monaco, Patrick Walsh, Editor; Walter Blue, Alan Shantz, Richard Geller, Linda Celke, Business Manager; Victoria Weiss. M-BOOK The M-Book, a supplement to the college catalogue, is distributed to all freshmen as a special aid in orientation. It provides information on the extra- curricular activities and the social regulations of the college and contains the Student Council constitution, a synopsis of activities of each campus organization, a faculty directory, the complete schedule of athletic competition, and a calendar of special events. Also included is a special section containing the complete academic regulations. This was the third year that the M-Book supervised the publication of a Student Directory, which included the names, school and home addresses of all students. 60 Robert K. Bohm, Editor-in-chief. WMUH Silenced temporarily. WMUH is a student operated radio station located in the Seegers Union. It broadcasts campus-wide with varied programing ranging from Jazz to German language shows. The second semester of this year, WMUH was not operating due to the moving of equipment from its old location in the library basement. WMUH will, however, resume broadcasting on a full schedule in the fall, when it will also be readying an educational FM station in addition to regular programing. 61 Seated: Nicholas Sheidy, Station Manager. Standing: Charles Okal, Chief Engineer: Steven Jarrett, Business Manager; Robert Monaco, Program Director. Missing: Dr. Donald Lauer, Adviser. CREATIVE ARTS WORKSHOP The Creative Arts Workshop was reorganized this past spring. Meetings were held in seminar form at intervals of two weeks. Some meetings were devoted entirely to student poetry; the poet read his works and discussion and criticism followed. Other meetings featured speakers and discussion. Some of the outstanding speakers include: Mr. S. Kunitz, Dr. J. Stamm and Mr. F. J. Bernhard. This fall the Creative Arts Workshop hopes to achieve greater effectiveness through better coordination with the Arcade and through the scheduling of several extra readings. Response was good this spring, thus increasing the likelihood for more frequent meetings in the future. Student Members: Allen Weiss, Joel Glass, David Gaskill, Jeri Snyder, Shirley Kistler, Susan Tisica, Robert Shay, James McKenna, James Iobst, Thomas Jam es, George Piverts, Patrick Walsh, Richard Geller, Chairman; Jeanette Geire, Ernestine Eger. Participating Faculty Members: Dr. Harold Stenger, Dr. Janet Stamm, Dr. J. Gysbert Bouma, Mr. Dudding, Mr. Bernhard. 62 Dr. Stamm lectures to an absorbed audience. PI DELTA EPSILON Muhlenberg’s youngest honorary fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon, serves to honor those who make outstanding contributions in campus journalism, and to promote cooperation among the various campus publications. During the 1962-63 academic year, the fraternity supervised the publishing of the Academic and Activities Calendar, sponsored a booth in the ODK carnival, conducted the annual freshman termpaper contest, and held a journalism workshop. David Miller, Robert Bohm, Edward Bonekemper, President; Joann Reeder, Secretary; Walter Blue, Louise Soil, Jeffrey Burnoski, Jeanne Clark, Thomas Mendham, Treasurer; Elizabeth Kidd, James Monaco. 63 MUHLENBERG EXPERIMENTAL THEATER The eternity of a play often plunges to the depths of tragedy, and then strides rapidly again to the dizzy reaches of high and meaningful comedy. But magic does not merely flow from grease paint and spot lights. Behind the curtain and weeks before the performance, minds are working in new and exciting creative patterns that soon blossom into the expressive medium of modern playwrights. Through the searching pens of Albee, Goodman, Beckett, Ionesco, Brecht, MacLeish, and Lorca, the Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre becomes a dramatic sermon of new ideas, growing conflicts, and passing beauty. MET, founded in 1960 by Dr. William L. Kinter, is the outgrowth of a desire for a campus theatrical group which is acted, produced, and directed solely by students, and which experiments with contemporary drama and new theatre mediums. In the past three years MET has presented sixteen plays on campus and has introduced its theatrical genius to colleges, high schools, civic groups, and television stations throughout the Middle-Atlantic states. The play is played out. The audience has all gone home to bed. MET has satisfied the efforts and desires of its generation. OFFICERS: Janies Clements, Director; Henry Abraham, Associate Director; Linda Celke, Business Manager; Dr. William Kinter, Patron Saint; Miss Aurelia Arre, Faculty Adviser. 64 MEMBERSHIP: Judith Burroughs, Nicholas Sheidy, Gregory Peterson, Lavinia Meinzer, Audrey Houpt, James Monaco, Donald Eismann, Kenneth Sweder, Patricia Herbst, Jean Herr, Barbara Frederick, Barbara Solt, Carol Weiser, Joann Reeder, Virginia Knorr. Fern Fantozzi, Terry Allen. Frederick Eck, Leatrice Mankin, Raymond Cooper, Jeri Snyder, James McKenna, Steven Hatzai, Leonard Ochs, Walter Blue, Helen Wiedhoft, Steven Boeshaar, Elaine Griffith, Joel Glass. Gail Frost, Klaus Kingsdorf, Nancy Parker, James Yost, Harriet Carmichael, Joseph Rusznak, Richard Berlin, Nancy Charles, William Savo. MASK DAGGER The Mask and Dagger Society is Muhlenberg’s traditional dramatic society. Its interests lie primarily in the academic theater; in providing a large number of students with the opportunity to participate in all phases of theatrical experience. Two plays, chosen on the basis of their literary merit and their entertainment value, are presented each year under the direction of Dr. Andrew Erskine. This year’s two productions, Visit to a Small Planet, by Gore Vidal, and The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, received favorable reviews by both the critics and the audience. Visit to a Small Planet First Row: James McKenna, James Clements, Nicholas Sheidy. Second Row: Richard Berlin, Business Manager: Audrey Haupt, Joseph Ruszna, Catherine Ward. President; Judith Burroughs, Judith Frost, Vice President. The Importance of Being Earnest The Importance of Being Earnest The Lesson ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatics fraternity, has been comparatively inactive on campus in recent years. This is the first year that any substantial number of new members were added. The members are chosen from the upperclassmen of both the Mask and Dagger Society, and the Muhlenberg Experimental Theater; so that those people who have consistently done their part in advancing the state of the theater may be honored. Seated: Catherine Ward, Judith Frost. Judith Burroughs, Audrey Haupt. Standing: James Clements, Nicholas Sheidy, James McKenna. Richard Berlin. Joseph Rusznak. 67 DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Seated: Charles Bednar, Ph.D.; Katherine Van Eerde, Ph.D.; Jeanne Stafford Victor L. Johnson, Ph.D. Mortimer, Ph.D.; Edwin R. Baldridge, Ph.D. Standing: John J. Reed, Ph.D.; Department Head Leslie Workman, A.B.; William Quay, A.B.; Victor L. Johnson, Ph.D., Department Head: James E. Swain, Ph D., Department Head retired. ' j POLITICAL SCIENCE j CONFERENCE J The Political Science Conference was founded this semester for the purpose of promoting the extra-curricular considerations of the various aspects and applications of political science. The first program of the semester dealt with the Penna. Committee for Constitutional Revision. Representatives of the Committee discussed the general anachronistic nature of state constitutions and their own proposals for revision. The next program featured the Yugoslav delegate to the U.N. who enlightened those in attendance, through a heated question and answer period as to the controversial position of Yugoslavia in the cold war. The third offering featured a professional lobbyist who explained the role of the lobby in contemporary government. Finally, the Conference sponsored a debate on the compulsory chapel system, attended by 200 members of the college community. The debate was hailed as a successful and precedent setting method of bringing campus problems to the fore for responsible consideration. 68 Standing: Dr. Charles Bednar, Adviser; Julia Morton, Susan Geib, Sandra Townsend. Seated: William Savo, Edward Bonekemper, Richard Benveniste, President. 69 PHI ALPHA THETA ’Mte A p j First Row: Jeanne Maraz, Barbara Gum, Ruth Ann Neal, Nessa Rosen. Second Row: Wilson Dewald, Edwin Goldsmith, Carol Baumgartner, Barbara Volkardt, Norma Diaz, Florence Kahmar. Third Row: Dolores Lipham, Richard Benveniste, Barbara Fretz Kennedy, Matthew John, David Mayer, President. Fourth Row: Dr. James Edgar Swain, Adviser; Barry Rhody, George Darby, Secretary-Treasurer; Donald Eisman, William Becker, Raymond Bauman, George Franz. Phi Alpha Theta, honorary history fraternity of Muhlenberg College, is a select organization composed primarily of outstanding students majoring in the field of history and political science, in addition to those students who have shown a superior understanding of history and high academic scholarship in their advanced studies. The organization attempts to promote a close student-faculty relationship with the members of the history department in order to discuss current issues and problems. In addition it works in affiliation with historiography course, which this year has taken the first definite steps towards the realization of a history of Muhlenberg College. Meeting the first Monday of every month, the fraternity’s April meeting was held at the Swain Country Day School and consisted of a panel discussion d ealing with the topic of “Education in Foreign Countries.” DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY Morris S. Greth, Ph.D., Department Head; David E. Thomas, Roger Baldwin, M.A. Morris S. Greth, Ph.D. Department Head First Row: Carol Heintzelman, Nancy Terry, Secretary; Sandra Shupe, Mary Ann Taylor. Second Row: Priscilla Schlenker, Betsy Hawman, Marion Brady. Third Row: Anne Krajsa, Ruth Ann Rice, Hassan Ghanim, Judy Flesch, Treasurer. Fourth Row: Dean Wentz, Dr. Morris Greth, Stephen Myers. Fifth Row: John Soliday, Vice-President; Mr. Roger Baldwin, Mr. David Thomas, Adviser. Missing: Diane Bachner, Nancy Baker, Norma Dias, Carol Krumenacker, President; Joanne Stahley, Mary Warnke. SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY The Muhlenberg Sociological Society sponsored a program closely integrated with the sociology courses offered. Activities have consisted of lively discussions and films on current social problems, talks on various social agencies, and an exciting and informative trip to New York City which included Chinatown, a housing project, the Henry Street Settlement, dinner, and a show. The highlight of the year was a banquet, attended by one hundred and thirty, honoring Dr. Morris Greth for his many years of fine service to Muhlenberg and the field of Sociology in general. 70 Wilson Serfass, C.P.A.; Henry M.M. Richards, Ph.D., Department Head; John G. Voyatzis, M.A. Henry M.M. Richards, Ph.D. Department Head DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 71 SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT John Yohe, Virginia Papenhausen, Treasurer; Susan Kloth, Jeanne Lippman, Secretary: Robert Deppe, President; Fred Haverly, Cummings Piatt, Olin Webb. Michael Weber, Thomas Mellen. Last year’s Business and Economics Club was reorganized into the Society for the Advancement of Management, University Division, for the purpose of affiliating ourselves with the national organization. With the help of Dr. Richards and several advisors from the Lehigh Valley Chapter of S.A.M., the officers of S.A.M. expanded the organization’s activities and membership to get off to a very successsful start in its first year of existence. This year, aside from the monthly meetings with the Lehigh Valley Chapter of S.A.M., our activities included a number of lectures and three field trips. The highlight of the year was the trip to the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia. DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS Edward B. Stevens, Ph.D, ETA SIGMA PHI First Row: Nancy Leonhard, Kathryn Stauffer, Barbara Herbein, Edward Deakin. Second Row: Jeffrey Burnoski, Robert Bohm, Prytanis; Walter Blue, Charles Eisenhart, Charles Gills. Missing: Judith Deutsch, Leona Busalas, William Becker, Dr. Edward Stevens, Advisor; Dr. Hagan Staack, Dr. Rodney Ring, Rev. Jessie Renninger, Rev. A. Ziedonis, Mr. Ludwig Lenel, Mrs. Alice Tallmadge. In order to encourage love and study of the Greek and Roman tradition in which modern western culture is rooted. Eta Sigma Phi sponsored four programs this year, both for its own members, who have proven their skill with Latin or Greek, and for other interested students. Dr. Feaver of Lehigh University gave the first lecture, which was about Greek music. For the second lecture, Muhlenberg’s Art professor, Mr. Calarusso used slides to trace the development of Greek art up to the apex of its expression on the Acropolis. During the second semester Rev. Ziedonis gave a lecture about Plato’s view of art, and the members attended a Greek comedy at Cedar Crest College. The final banquet was at the Allentown Fairgrounds Hotel. The retiring president gave a lecture about Roman mathematics; Dr. Stevens, the advisor, read some of his original poetry; Jeff Burnoski presented a modified version of a Greek comedy. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION William M. French, Ph D. Department Head Seated: Adeline E. Kreinheder, Ed.D. Standing: William M. French, Ph.D., Department Head: Baker Hague, John C. MacConnell, M.A EDUCATION SOCIETY xo 4i i -id i 73 With a membership of approximately sixty men and women, the Education Society continued to provide an opportunity for Muhlenberg students in the Education Department to become better acquainted with the teaching profession. Speakers, movies, and panel discussions were utilized throughout the year to attain this goal. Headed by Donald Weaver and a fine staff of officers, the society composed of both prospective elementary and secondary teachers, realized two firsts this year: a booth at the ODK Carnival and revision of its original constitution formulated in 1955, the year in which the society was founded. First Row: Linda Pancoast, Erna Hilliard, Nadine Uhrich, Cathryn Scheurer, Carol Langle, Vice-President; Barbara Gum, Secretary; Barbara Levy. Second Row: Florence Kahman, Gay DeGelleke, Barbara Herbein, Carol Taylor, Margret Deermont, Andrea Oakley. Third Row: Barbara Lauffenburger, Gretchen Trexler, Louise Soil, Ray Weaver, Ruth Neal, Barbara Volkart. Fourth Row: Judith Albright, Jeanne Clark, Janilie Fister, Marilyn Morgan, Judy Flesch, Caroline Myslinski. Fifth Row: Eleanor Jasch, Susan Ahlheim, Rebecca Van Haste, Karen Carl, Leslie Earl, Jean Keenhold. Sixth Row: Donald Weaver, President; Joan Middlemast, Robert Jakoubek. Missing: Arthur Motz. Hagen A. K. Staack, Ph.D., Department Head; Rodney Ring, Ph.D.; Jesse B. Renninger, S.T.M. DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION Hagen A.K. Staack, Ph.D. Department Head 74 MUHLENBERG CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Seated: Richard Weisenbach, President; Robert Bohm. Standing: Lavinia Meinzer, Barbara Solt, Chaplain Bremer, Adviser; Judith Deutsch, David Burnite, Robert George, Vice-President; Maureen Stewart, Carol Heintzelman, Alan Heinlein, Barbara Burgess, Ute Lissy, Secretary; F. Peter Muhr. Missing: Barbara Bryan, Treasurer. The Muhlenberg Christian Association, is interdenominational, yet bound together by a mutual love for Jesus Christ. Throughout the year, it strives to stimulate thought along these lines through its bi-monthly meetings, prayer and Bible study groups, weekend retreats, service and fund raising drives, social activities, dramatic productions; and other endeavors, such as Institute of Faith and the annual art contest. Its sole purpose and sole reason for being is to glorify Jesus Christ and make Him known throughout the campus. First Row: Chaplain David Bremer, Lavinia Meinzer, Robert Bohm, Chairman: Barbara Solt. Second Row: Robert George, Peter Muhr, Ute Lissy, Maureen Stewart. INSTITUTE OF FAITH Recent programs of the Institute of Faith have dealt with the problem of the nature of the Church, the relationship between Christianity and the arts, and the adaptation of Christian thought to modern thought forms like existentialism. This year’s program considered the problem of Christian ethical conduct in contemporary situations. Dr. William Lazareth, Professor of Systematic Theology at the Philadelphia Lutheran Seminary, delivered three main addresses under the general title of “In God(s) We Trust.” The topics were War and Peace, Sex and Marriage, Race and Civil Rights. Dr. Lazareth challenged students to consider whether their actions in these areas witnessed to the God of love, made manifest in Christ Jesus or to false gods, the modern counterparts of Mars, Venus, or Dionysus. Originally the Institute of Christian Living, this annual activity was organized in 1950 under the combined patronage of the Muhlenberg Christian Association, The Rehrig Lecture Fund, and the Board of Trustees. Its purpose is to bring to the campus each year outstanding theologians to present the relevence of Christian faith to personal life and social issues of the age. 75 DEPARTMENT OF ART Alfred J. Colarusso, M.F.A. Department Head DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY PHI SIGMA TAU David A. Reed, Ph D. Department Head 77 DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Ralph Kemmerer, Ludwig Lend, M.M., Department Head; Frederick Robinson. First Row: Jane Henninger, Priscilla Schlenker, Assistant Manager: Gail Crabtree, Virginia Berg, Lois Lange, Librarian: Jean Stauffer, Elaine Miller, Karen Biehl, Carmelia Baxter, Joseph Wetzel. Second Row: Ruth Gebhardtsbauer, Kathryn Stauffer, Kristina Reich, Nancy Rupnik, Jean Dayton, Nan Parker, Linda Keller, June Pearson, Russell Mauch. Third Row: Paul Schenck, Edward Greenawald, Christina Schlenker, Librarian: Patricia Stump, Alice Deisher, Harriet Carmichael, Nancy Carter, Nancy Griswold, Randolph Raab. Fourth Row: Aubrey Bougher, Dale Stauffer, Assistant Manager: Kim Williams, Walter Blue, Donald Eisman, Dale Eberhardt, Richard Berlin, Melvin Jones, Assistant Manager; David Jones, Gilbert Furst. Missing: Carol Tansey, Helen Wiedhoft, Klaus Kingstorf, Richard Miller, Douglas Knappenberger, Marja-Leena Korhonen, Patricia Herbst, Jean Adams, Dorothea Doyle, Lois Fetter, Barbara Gum, Diane Stoudt, William Nagle, Manager; Mr. Ludwig Lenel, Director. COLLEGE CHOIR The Choir is a very active campus organization devoted almost entirely to the singing of sacred music. This year’s tour involved travel through New England, where we stopped at Yale University for a brief visit, and sang in the Lutheran church on the campus at Harvard. A television appearance in Springfield provided us with one of the highlights of the tour. Laurel Grove, the Pocono Mountains, and late October were the ingredients for a weekend of hard work and fun; and this year’s retreat did its best to continue the tradition. Other highlights of the year included the Candlelight Service at Christmas and the presentation of Mr. Lenel’s opera, Young Goodman Brown, with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra. This year’s schedule was indeed a full and rewarding one. 79 COLLEGE GLEE CLUB First Row: Veronica Pritchard, Accompanist: George Bauer, Joseph Wetzel, Robert Frantz, Steven Hatzai, Donald Schlegel. Second Row: Melvin Jones, Manager; Ronald Werley, Richard DeVett, Randolph Raab, Thomas Atkiss, David Kaugher, David Jones, Norman Boyer, Director. Third Row: Terry MacNair, William Kirk, Klaus Kingstorf, Librarian; Kenneth Zindle, Kenneth Smith. Missing: Walter Blue, John Liptak, Miss Rhodda, Adviser. This year was the Glee Club ' s first as an official campus organization. It is almost completely student- run, having Miss Rhodda in an advisory capacity only. Organized to maintain the tradition of glee club singing on campus and to keep the school songs alive, the group provides an outlet for those men who like to sing secular music rather than sacred. ' ! ■ - MARCHING AND CONCERT BAND Under the capable direction of Albertus L. Meyers, who is nationally famous for his work with the Allentown Band and membership in the band of John Phillip Sousa, the Muhlenberg Band performs as two individual units throughout the year. During the fall the Marching Band participates at the home and away football games by presenting pre-game and half-time shows. After the football season has ended, the Concert Band prepares and presents performances on campus and in the community. Highlights of the past year included new uniforms, the tympani chariot, and a fine group of freshmen musicians. OFFICERS President — Dale F. Stauffer Vice-President — Donald Eisman Corresponding Secretary — Jimm Smith Recording Secretary — Aubrey Bougher Student Director — Ronald Hari Majorettes — Evonne Schultz and Elizabeth Gunther Director — Albertus L. Meyers 80 Marc Heyler, B.A.; Aurelia M. Arre, Ph.D; Anne Marie de Gorbea, M.A.; Martin Kopf, M.A.; Kenneth Webb, Ph.D. DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES John W. Brunner. Ph.D. Department Head John W. Brunner, Ph.D., Department Head; Anne Rodda, M.A.; Adolph Wegener, Ph.D. 81 DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN Der Deutsche Verein is the oldest departmental club on campus. It is a club for those students who are interested in obtaining a greater fluency in German and who are also interested in learning more about the culture of the German peoples. Special efforts are made by all students to use German at the meetings. During the past year, the Verein varied its programs with speakers, film presentations, picnics, and a German table in the Commons. The highlight of the year was the German Christmas party with all of the corresponding foods and drinks. A German Hour was also featured on WMUH for interested listeners and participants. First Row: Priscilla Schlenker, Jeanne Stauffer. Second Row: Nancy Andrews, Secretary; Emilie Heitmann, Kathryn Frankenfield, Diane Donaldson, Linda Keller, Elke Wolf. Third Row: Robert Killian, John Trainer Jr., Robert George, President; Miss Anne Rodda, Adviser; Donald Eisman, Vice-President; Edward Buss. tmm DELTA PHI ALPHA Through the efforts of Dr. Adolph Wegener, Delta Phi Alpha received a charter here at Muhlenberg College less than two years ago. Delta Phi Alpha is not a social organization, as the undergraduate German Club, but an honorary scholastic fraternity. It seeks to recognize the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship. The Fraternity aims to promote the study of the German language, literature, and civilization, and endeavors to emphasize those aspects of German life and culture which are of universal value and which contribute to man’s eternal search for knowledge. First Row: Ute Lissy, Nancy Andrews, Elaine Miller, Secretary; Rhea Nogle. Jean Stauffer, Treasurer; Elsbeth Radzio, Vice-President; Eleanor Jasch, Anne Englebrecht. Second Row: Karl Reichstadter. William Killian, Dr. Adolph Wegener, Adviser ; Robert George. Karl Siefert, Thomas Kochenderfer. Ronald Bittner, President; Allan Meissinger, Edward Buss. Missing: Richard Parks, Donald Eismann, Virginia Massig. Gretschen Trexler. First Row: Sandra Bower, Ernestine Eger, Jean Keenhold, Louise Soli, Neal Birnberg, Richard Benveniste, Walter Blue. Second Row: Erna Hilliard, Norma Diaz, Ute Lissy, Secretary; George Darby, President; Alma Perlis, Vice-President; Dolores Lipham, Larry Weikel, Carol Baumgartner, William Notamember, James Monaco. PHI SIGMA IOTA The honorary romance language fraternity. Phi Sigma Iota, was installed in 1928, through the efforts of the past chairman of the department. Dr. Anthony S. Corbiere. Composed of outstanding students, the fraternity meets monthly in order to intelligently discuss various topics and themes dealing with the cultural heritages and traditions of the countries speaking romance languages; as well as the philosophy of life of some of their notable authors, painters, and musicians. The discussions are directed by senior members of the fraternity following the presentation of their ideas in original research papers. Some of the topics of discussion have been: Chateaus of the Loire Valley, Sartre, Degas, Life in South America, and The Historical Aspects of the Reign of Louis Philippe. This year the fraternity donated an original painting to the Student Union (which is now on view in the music listening room) in memory of one of the past members of the department. Miss Stewart. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Seated: Walter H. Bracken, Ph.D., Department Head: Standing: Donald K. Lauer, Ph D.; Theodore Maiser, Ph.D.; Thomas F. Lohr, Ph.D. Walter H. Bracken, Ph.D. Department Head 84 PSI CHI First Row: Kay Weaver, Cathryn Scheurer, Nancy Dodson, John Turoczi, Nadine Uhrich. Second Row: Betsy Hawman, Veronia Pritchard. Third Row: Marietta Weikert, Barbara Levy, Treasurer: Esther Goyne, President; Ellen Greenberg, Secretary; Diane Donaldson, Vice-President; Doris Hedrick, Virginia Knorr. The Muhlenberg chapter of Psi Chi, the national honorary psychology fraternity, was formed several years ago. Since its inception, many innovations have been made with the help of its advisor. Dr. Thomas Lohr. Monthly business meetings are held and during this time research papers are read and questions entertained. Guest speakers are invited to discuss various aspects of psychology. Membership is based upon the individual’s interest in psychology, his cumulative average, and a minimum of a 2.5 average in psychology. Psi Chi is dedicated to the advancement of research and study in the field of psychology. Seated: John V. Shankweiler, Ph.D. Department Head retired; Standing: Alice Savage, Ph.D.; Paul W. H. Weaver, Jr., M.S.; James R. Vaughan, Ph.D.; Robert L. Schaeffer, Jr., Ph.D. 85 J. V. SHANKWEILER PRE-MEDICAL SOCIETY First Row: Karin Biehl, James Pizza, Gerald Kaufman, David Bilheimer, President: Carl Metzger, Secretary: Evonne Schultz, Marjorie Kleintop. Second Row: Ruth Post, Edward Block, Steven Jarrett. Third Row: Donald Fisher, Kenneth Maurer, Carl Hallenborg, Fred Ingber, Robert Bree. Fourth Row: Gerald Besses, Leonard Berman, Richard Levinson, Ronald Krauser. Fifth Row: Gary Luckman, Benjamin Ungerleider, Frederick Eck, Stephen Latman, Jacob Klein, Vice-President; Francis Solga, Sixth Row: Stephen Garber. Michael Miller, Stephen Humpherys, Barry Pearson, John Frounfelder, Treasurer; Douglas Turtzo. The Premedical Society was founded in 1931 by Dr. John V. Shankweiler, after whom the Society is now named. It is an organization of students interested in one of the several aspects of medicine. The purpose of the group is to bring interested students into closer contact with the various medical fields. In order to achieve its purpose, the Society includes in its program guest speakers from medical schools and from the medical professions, discussions with medical students, and the use of illustrative movies. A field trip to a medical school is also planned annually as part of the program. The Society is now under the advisorship of Dr. Charles Mortimer who succeeded Dr. Shankweiler when the latter retired as head of the group last year. 86 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Harry L. Raab III, Ph.D.; Robert A. Boyer, Ph.D., Department Head; Walter E. Loy, M.S. 87 Robert A. Boyer, Ph.D. Department Head STUDENT SECTION OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS The Muhlenberg College Student Section of the American Institute of Physics was chartered March 1 1, 1963, with the purpose of advancing and diffusing knowledge of the science of physics and its application to human welfare. Any Muhlenberg College Student who is primarily interested in physics is eligible for membership in the Section. The initial meeting of the Muhlenberg Student Section was held April 23, with Dr. Raymond Emrich of Lehigh University as guest lecturer. His topic, “Modern Problems in the Physics of Fluids,” was concerned with many of the developments in fluid motion, particularly in the field of shock waves. Seated: Thomas Yocom, Gary Kahler, Douglas Lehmann, Michael Wieland, Sergei Novak, President. Standing: Anthony Longo, Vice-President; Thomas Simons, Clifford Moyer, Steven Berg, Dr. Harry Raub, Adviser; Robert Milligan, Edwin Hoffman, Secretary-Treasurer; Dale Stauffer, Russell Mauch. 88 G. N. Russell Smart, Ph.D. Department Head Seated: Alice T. Griffith, M.S. Standing: Charles E. Mortimer, Ph.D., Richard Hatch, M.S.; David N. Stehly, M.S. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club was founded for the purpose of promoting interest and understanding in the fields of chemistry, physics, and biology. The club meets periodically and endeavors to bring outstanding personalities in education, research and industry in the scientific field to the campus in order to lecture on various aspects of science. First Row: Dorthea Doyle, Secretary; Anne Reiss, Yevonne Schultz. Second Row: Joanne Schaaf, Lavinia Meinzer, Peter Glenn, Thomas Schultze. Third Row: Leslie Anders, Vice-President: Alfred Yergey, President; Fred Hossler. Fourth Row: Walter Focht, Treasurer: Anthony Yankowsky, Ronald Smyser, R odney Wright. Missing: William Heintzelman. 89 DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Truman L. Koehler, Ph D., Department Head; Luther J. Deck, A.M.; Adnah Kostenbauder, M.S.; Robert Wagner, M.S.; Robert K. Stump, M.S.; Roland W. Dedekind, Jr., M.S. 90 Truman L. Koehler, Ph.D. Department Head MUHLENBERG COLLEGE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Raymond J. Whispell, B.S., Director of Athletics; Joseph Federico, M.A.; Kenneth T. Moyer. M.A.; Charles Kuntzelman, B.A.; William A. Flamish, B.S. Absent : Miss Jean Hecht. M.S.; Margaret W. Sullivan, M.Ed. 92 Raymond J. Whispell, B.S. Director of Athletics 93 94 erg e 2 ITY football LAFAYETTE ■Albright ' " 1,5 ' TEMPLE - ' ! ome |so LEBANON VALLEY GETTYSBURG Awq Y 130 bucknell »»«■ u " °’ ! iriu »« CLL ““ ' " " Home po Home po FRAKKUH MARSHAU. Home po M0RWI N Away 4 UUi VARSITY FOOTBALL Muhlenberg College felt the sting of mighty Middle Atlantic Conference University Division and top college division opponents as the college continued to make the transition away from University Division class football. With a squad that has only six seniors, the inexperienced and sophomore laden Mules posted a 2-7 record. The mules won the last two games of the season, giving them an identical record and an identical finish to the 1961 squad. Successive defeats were handed to Muhlenberg by Lafayette, Albright, Temple, Lebanon Valley, Gettysburg, Bucknell, and Kings College. Bouncing back, the Mules shut out Franklin and Marshall on a rain soaked field, and then traveled to Moravian where they scored a surprising upset. Head Coach Ray Whispell abandoned the widely publicized “Mule Spread” in favor of a “T” formation with a roll out pass pattern. The new strategy began collecting dividends late in the season. Muhlenberg’s new athletic policy, announced in the winter of 1961, indicated the college would seek out opponents similar in size and athletic policies. Although the policy took effect immediately, Muhlenberg still had schedule committments to meet and consequently during 1962, the Mules played four tough University Division opponents. Muhlenberg was scheduled to enter the southern college division in the fall of 1 964. Co-captains Barlock and Ludwick. First Row: Anthony Longo, Robert Kelly, William Stoudt, David Binder, Thomas Turczyn, Richard Ludwick, Co-Captain: Ronald Barlok, Co-Captain; Sergei Novak, William Heller, George Gould, Daniel Poust. Second Row: Terry Haney, Gary Hiller, John Murtaugh, Anthony Yankowsky, Thomas Horne, Kenneth Arndt, Samuel Beidleman, Barry Johnson, Stephen Opp, Robert Martin, Michael Peters. Third Row: Lynn Rothrock, Robert Clymer, Charles Gills, David Brown, Ronald Wessner, Ronald Todd, Richard Biolsi, A. Clifton Cage, Cummings Piatt, Donald Rissmiller, Richard Weisenbach, Dean Lowe. Fourth Row: Eugene StefFey, Manager; Raymond Whispell, Head Coach; Joseph Frederico, Assistant Coach; Kenneth Moyer, Assistant Coach; Charles Kuntzleman, Assistant Coach; Richard Mowery, Manager. Whispell and Lowe 95 1962 FOOTBALL RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 0 Lafayette 17 8 Albright 14 7 Temple 38 23 Lebanon Valley 25 13 Gettysburg 26 0 Bucknell 53 0 King’s College 6 28 Franklin and Marshall 0 32 Moravian 8 a . VARSITY SOCCER The ’62-’63 soccer team, coached by Rudy Amelio, played many of the nation’s top soccer teams. Despite its unimpressive 0-10-1 record, the players did well and displayed much spirit. Due to a lack of substitutes many games were lost in the second half — Losses to Lehigh and F M in which Muhlenberg was leading and losses to Lafayette (1-0), Wilkes (1-0) and Ursinus (4-2). The team however did salvage a (0-0) tie with LaSalle and five players (John Good, Ralph Ardolino, Bill Crouthamel, Sid Weikert, Barry Behnke) made the Middle Atlantic College All-Star Team. Though six regular starters are leaving, hopes for the next season are reasonably high because of the team’s new schedule and many impressive freshman players. 1963 VARSITY SOCCER RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 2 Lehigh 5 0 St. Joseph’s 5 0 Lafayette 1 1 Franklin and Marshall 8 0 LaSalle 0 0 Wilkes 1 0 Temple 8 2 Ursinus 4 1 Stevens Institute 3 0 Bucknell 4 0 Gettysburg 3 Won-0; Lost- 10; Tie-1 pi 1 y W ii Ji I , | First Row: Charles Buff, Barry Behnke, David Seder, Benjamin Schnessel, Manager; David Feyrer, Arthur Smith, Richard Baker. Second Row: August Schneider, Sidney Weikert, Ralph Ardolino, Captain; William Crouthamel, Captain; Glenn Steigerwalt, Conald Pidcock, Larry Miller. Third Row: Joseph Blankowitch, Trainer; Richard Bower, Walter Krauss, Lars Andersen, John Rosenberg, James Snyder, John Good, Thomas James, Roger Freilich, John Gruner, Rudolph Amelio, Coach. Missing: Steven Foss, Assistant Manager; Kenneth Charles, Raymond Gazzilo, Richard Geyer, Robert Sprague. 98 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY First Row: Alfred Yergey, Captain: William Schmidt. Second Row: Charles Theisen. Coach: Richard Platz. Bruce English, John Trainer Jr., Thomas Dohosh, Abraham Eastwood, Manager. Missing: Thomas Chuss, Frederick Eck. 99 The top three men of this year’s team were all experienced runners: Tom Chuss and A1 Yergey each with three years of college Cross Country, and Bill Schmidt a sophomore flash with an excellent high school record. In top shape, these men were all of equal speed and should have been capable of “bunching” within the top five places against most opponents. Rick Platz and Tom Dobosh, two freshmen, along with Bruce English, a junior transfer student, should have been able to adequately fill in the last two places on the team with one man used as “displacement.” This theory did not, however, work for the harriers due to a variety of ills which plagued runners — stitches, tight legs and insufficient practice. As a result, the team fell far short of its potential; and only the Moravian meet ended in victory for the Mules. At this race, however, which was decided by one point, Tom Chuss set a Moravian course record. WOMEN ' S FIELD HOCKEY Experienced players, enthusiasm, and a great competitive spirit paved the way to another undefeated season for the Women’s Field Hockey team. Under Coach Jean Hecht, the team won five games and achieved one tie. Millersville, a fast and aggressive team with depth, scored a goal in the first half, whereas Muhlenberg bounced back for a goal in the second half to even the score of that memorable contest. Ruth Smith, the team’s only senior, was high scorer, making 1 8 points from her position as center forward. Barbara Buckholz, a junior playing left inner, was second high with 12 goals. Credit must also be given to the fine play of the halfbacks and fullbacks, as well as the fine efforts of goalie Margie Kleintop, who had many fine saves, allowing the opponents to score only once this year. Jeanne Clark, left halfback, played a fine season with her determined efforts and skillful stickwork. On the whole the entire team played tremendous hockey. Because of this, not one defeat has been seen by the women in four years of Varsity competition. The great coaching and personality of Jean Hecht has paid off in victory. 100 First Row: Earlene White, Judith Conrad, Dolores Lotz, Barbara Buckholtz, Doris Emhardt, Ruth Smith, Lois Fetter, Carole Newberry, Barbara Marley. Second Row: Audrey Zart, Dorothy Zimmerman, Lynn Hartmeier, Janilie Fister, Lenore Quattlander, Elizabeth Kidd, Jane Freyberger, Susan Miller, Jeanne Clark, Linda Mills, Marjorie Kleintop. Third Row: Jean Hecht, Coach: Jeannette Gier, Pamela Garrett, Carolyn Kellogg, Nancy Struck, Jean Cunningham, Karen Carl, Mary Ann Peters, Nancy Parker. WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Ending their 1963 season with a 7-3 record, the women’s basketball team matched last year ' s record, the best since the squad’s entrance into inter-collegiate competition four years ago. Exceptional teamwork, coupled with outstanding individual performances of seniors Ruth Smith and Janet Smithson, gave the women victories over hard fighting opponents. It was certainly the women who “carried” the basketball for Muhlenberg in ’63. First Row: Carole Newberry, Ruth Smith, Carol Turner. Second Row: Martha Sellers, Janilie Fister, Barbara Bechtold, Judith Riley, Janet Smithson, Captain; Christina Schlencker, Pamela Garrett, Carol Morrison, Mrs. Hospodar, Coach. Third Row: Julia Morton, Jean Arthur, Manager; Karen Carl, Leslie Scarborough, Mary Ann Peters, Lenore Quattlander, Emily Keiber, Nancy Struck, Peggy Ward, Judith McCarr. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 28 Moravian 21 63 Wilkes 32 33 Elizabethtown 49 22 Moravian 51 24 Gettysburg 36 39 Marywood 27 55 Wilkes 35 66 Millersville 37 46 Lebanon Valley 36 54 Centenary 30 Won-7; Lost-3 First Row: Ronald Wessner, Samuel Fluck, Manno Milles, Captain; Arnold Andresen, Jr., Fred Albright. Second Row: Eugene Steffey, Manager; Steven Foss, Manager; Timothy Romig, Philip Dreisbach, Frank Simmons, Charles Theisen, Coach. J. V. BASKETBALL A scrappy junior varsity basketball squad came through with a 7-13 season. Charles Theisen, former ’Berg basketball star, coached the JV’s. Lacking exceptional height, as well as several players who were called up to the varsity by Head Coach Ken Moyer when injuries thinned the varsity ranks, the junior varsity was forced to overcome their handicap by adopting an aggressive style of play. 1962-1963 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 61 Moravian 44 76 Wagner 73 56 Dickinson 58 59 Lehigh 70 77 Lycoming 35 45 Gettysburg 64 62 Upsula 60 64 LaSalle 75 51 Temple 75 46 St. Joseph’s 92 70 Scranton 73 67 Moravian 44 41 Temple 90 53 Gettysburg 70 71 Lafayette 85 63 Delaware 81 64 Lehigh 63 78 Franklin and Marshall 76 71 Lafayette 85 74 Lebanon Valley Won-7; Lost- 13 86 102 VARSITY BASKETBALL Once again pre-season optimism ran high as the ’Berg cagers prepared to enter what was to be their last year in the University Divison of the Middle Atlantic Conference. The pre-season optimism turned into post-season blues as the Mules were only able to register four wins in twenty-one outings, despite a valiant team effort. The Mules traveled to Bethlehem for the season opener where they suffered a disheartening 72-70 defeat at the hands of a persistent Moravian squad. After losing to newly scheduled Wagner 89-79 at Memorial Hall, Dickinson provided the Cardinal and Grey quintet with their first victory. The promising future heralded by ’Berg’s 2-3 record at years end never was fulfilled because the new year brought thirteen straight losses before coach Ken Moyer’s hoopsters were able to capture their illusive third victory, defeating Franklin and Marshall 68-58. After traveling to Easton only to succumb to the Lafayette Leopards 78-52, the Mules bounced back to close the season on a winning note, humbling Lebanon Valley to the tune of 77-68, ’Berg on top. Hacked in the act. Mules grab rebound. First Row: William Jones, Dean Lowe, John Ponchak, Captain; Kenneth Butz, Joel Glass, Gary Splengler. Second Row: Charles Lewis, John Linnet, Allen Somers, Roger Stuhlmuller, Kenneth Moyer, Coach. 1962-1963 VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 70 Moravian 72 79 Wagner 89 68 Dickinson 46 57 Lehigh 78 90 Lycoming 80 58 Gettysburg 72 69 Upsula 75 49 LaSalle 88 55 Temple 71 51 Albright 54 53 St. Joseph’s 76 71 Scranton 83 53 Moravian 85 64 Temple 98 67 Gettysburg 87 57 Lafayette 81 66 Delaware 100 55 Lehigh 68 68 Lranklin and Marshall 58 58 Lafayette 72 77 Lebanon Valley 68 Won-4; Lost- 17 Easy does it. 105 106 Mary Ann Durst, Erna Hilliard, Elsbeth Radzio, Esther Goyne, Margaret McDonald, (sorry, dear), Nancy Charles. 107 VARSITY WRESTLING Under the capable and enthusiastic coaching of recent alumnus Charlie Kuntzleman, the Muhlenberg Wrestling Team compiled a respectable Won 5 — Lost 5 record. The regular season was highlighted with a convincing 27-5 win over former Mule’s wrestling coach, Paul Billy, and his Lafayette team. Senior Bob Martin brought Muhlenberg its first M.A.S.C.A.C. Championship since 1958, winning the 167 lb. title. Finishing fourth in the 147 lb. class was Freshman Lynn Schaeffer. The team will lose only Seniors Martin, Tom Chuss, and Jim Yost. The remainder of the wrestling team was composed of Freshmen and Sophomores, leaving much promise for the future. 1963 VARSITY WRESTLING RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 19 Swarthmore 11 2 Bucknell 27 5 Temple 23 21 Albright 12 13 Elizabethtown 14 10 Gettysburg 18 27 Lafayette 5 16 Delaware 14 19 Lebanon Valley 9 13 Moravian 18 Won-5; Lost-5 First Row: Michael Zimmerman 123 lb., Thomas Chuss 157 lbs., Robert Martin 167 lbs., Richard Biolsi Heavy, William Todd 130 lbs., John Janisak 130 lbs. Second Row: Robert Schlegel 137 lbs., Thomas Weaber 177 lbs., James Yost 147 lbs., Thomas Horne 177 lbs., Lynn Schaeffer 147 lbs., James Schermerhorn, Manager; Charles Kuntzleman, Coach. I VARSITY FENCING 109 First Row: Lanny Foulke, Doug Young, David Gaskill, Dr. Andrew Erskine, coach; Ed Jabs, Manfried Schultzkimmel, Steve Hatzia. Second Row: Barry Weshnak, Richard Kresloff, Jeff Parsons, Ed Fishel, Barry Young, Tom Eagen. VARSITY BASEBALL Muhlenberg compiled its best won-lost record in five years this season as the baseball team won three games. The victories were over Dickenson and two powerful M.A.C. schools, Bucknell and St. Josephs. The pitching this year was done mostly by Larry Blum, Tom Bird, and Ralph Ardolino. Freshman Bird picked up two of the victories, while Blum chalked up the other. In addition, Blum and Ardolino were involved in several close one-run ball games which could have gone either way. Most of the offensive punch this year was supplied by Glenn Steigerwalt, Chuckie Lewis, Bill Stoudt, captain Billy Heller, Dave Binder, and Lynn Rothrock. Rothrock and Steigerwalt sparkled as a D.P. combination while Stoudt led the M.A.C. in assists for an out-fielder. In addition, new-comer John Ponchak supplied tight defensive work behind the plate. At year’s end, Larry Blum and Glenn Steigerwalt were rewarded for their fine play by receiving honorable mention on the All-M.A.C. team. Although coach Joe Federico and assistant coach Ken Moyer will miss graduates Heller, Ponchak and Ardolino, they can certainly expect a better season next year with the amount of talent returning. no Seated: John Ponchak, Gene Sansser, Tom Bird, Richard Forliano, Allen Somers, Ralph Ardolino, Larry Blum, Dave Binder, Bill Stoudt, Lynn Rothrock. Standing: Ken Moyer, Asst, coach: Richard Mowery, Head Manager: Craig Heim, Bob Tooker, Mike Capobianco, Billy Heller, Cap- tain; Wynne Shisler, Glenn Steigerwalt, Fred Clark, Chuckie Lewis, Joe Federico, Head Coach; Bob Smith, Asst. Manager. m VARSITY TRACK The track team finished with one of its best records in recent years, 3-4. The team, composed chiefly of lower classmen was led by all time high scorer, junior Dean Lowe. Lowe placed second and third in the 1 20 high hurdles and the 220 low hurdles respectively at the Middle Atlantic Conference meet. Other leaders were sophomore Ken Butz, who broke the school record in both the shot put and discus, and freshman Charlie Wogenrich who broke the school record in the pole vault and finished third in that event at the MAC meet. There were 15 lettermen on the team and 14 of them will be returning next season, the only senior being Sam Beidleman. I 1963 VARSITY TRACK RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 63 P.M.C. 68 85 Lebanon Valley 46 75 Haverford 66 54 Dickinson 77 56 Franklin and Marshall 75 6 8 Vi Albright 62 Vi 43 Lehigh 68 43 Gettysburg 62 62 Ursinus 69 Won-3; Lost 4 pot? 98 ' y • i If™ First Row: David Brown, Charles Miller, Kenneth Butz, Ronald Todd, Charles Eisenhart, George Hemstreet, John Budd, Maano Milles, Robert Waltersdorff, James Sneddon. Second Row: William Flamish, Coach: John Schmernerhorn, Ted Gottshall, Robert Wesner, John Good, Charles Wogenrich, Norman Boyer, Dean Lowe, Fredric Cort, Samuel Biedleman, Robert McClellan, Charles Kuntzleman, Coach. Third Row: Stephen Foss, Manager: Robert Sprow, David Hall, Robert Platz, William Schmidt, Joseph Blankowitch, Trainer: Lynn Schaefer, Thomas Dobosh, Edward Ballantine, Gerald Marks, Manager. VARSITY TENNIS 114 First Row: Jeffrey Henderson, Edward Simon, Stewart Simens, Stephen Smythe. Second Row: Richard Melenson, Manager; Bruce Edington, Donald Schoenly, Captain: Morgan Brassier, Stephen Isaacs, Dr. Kenneth Webb, Coach. Things are really looking up for the Muhlenberg tennis team. Under the able captainship of Don Schoenly, the netters produced the best tennis season Muhlenberg has seen in twenty years. In the opener, the Mules defeated a strong Temple contingent, 6-3. This match revealed Berg’s potential, for the team ably coached by Ken Webb, went on to beat seven other schools for a smashing record of eight wins, four losses and one tie. The highlight of the year was at Haverford College, when the first three men, after dropping their initial sets, bounced back to win the first three points of the match. Later a fourth was scored to tie this very strong team. This come from behind spirit has been characteristic of the Mule squad throughout the season. Most valuable player, Morg Brassier, paced the team with his excellent record of ten wins and three losses. Ed Simon, an experienced sophomore, filled the second spot and should prove to be a valuable asset for next year. Freshmen Bruce Edington, Steve Isaacs, and Jeff Henderson performed consistently well and showed considerable potential, as did sophomores Stewart Simens and Steve Smythe. 1963 VARSITY TENNIS RECORD Muhlenberg Opponents 6 Temple 3 9 P.M.C. 0 4 Haverford 4 0 Lafayette 9 5 Albright 1 5 Moravian 1 0 Lehigh 9 1 Franklin and Marshall 8 3 Dickinson 6 9 Lebanon Valley 0 9 Ursinus 0 8 Elizabethtown 1 Scranton rained out 5 Wilkes 4 Won-8; Lost-4; Tie-1 WOMEN ' S TENNIS In spite of having their first meet rained out just one game short of victory, and then losing the next, the Women’s Tennis Team compiled a winning record by taking four out of their following five matches. The team under the coaching of Miss Jean Hecht, was inspired by the spirited playing of Ruth Smith who won six of her seven matches, and doubles players Karen Frankenfield and Mary Ann Peters who won five of their six matches. First Ron’: Nancy Baker. Ruth Smith, Lynn Boecker, Mary Ann Peters, Annika Toffer. Miss Jean Hecht, Coach; Carole Newberry, Karen Frankenfield. Pamella Garrett, Dolores Lotz. Manager. 115 VARSITY GOLF First Row: David Becker, Walter Focht, David Fyrer. Second Row: Robert DeLong, Michael Weber, Robert Kochron, “Ned” Senger, Coach. The Mule golfers closed their season with a 3-6 record this year, improving their 1-1-6 record of the 1962 season. The season began with an impressive win over Lafayette, but the Mules fell victim to LaSalle, Moravian, and Dickinson before evening their record with two consecutive wins over Moravian, on the return match, and Albright. After this comeback, the golfers tumbled before the hands of Lehigh, Scranton, and Wilkes, thus closing out the season. The highlight of the season was the M.A.C. Championship match at Oak Terrace Country Club in Ambler, Pa. There, despite the fact that injuries plagued the squad, the four ’Berg golfers placed 17th in the list of twenty-five schools. 116 v ' -w m -:- VARSITY M-CLUB Seated: Dan Poust, Dave Feyrer, Richard Mowery, Cummings Piatt. Standing foreground: Rich Biolsi, John Ponchak, President; Sid Weikert, Rich Collins, Bill Jones, Dick Gysberts, Bob Waltersdorff. Standing Background: Dave Binder, Glenn Steigerwalt, Tom Schulze, Lynn Rothrock, Bill Peterson, Barry Johnson, Treasurer. 117 118 SOCIAL FRATERNITIES Interfraternity Council Alpha Tau Omega Phi Epsilon Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Kappa Tau Tau Kappa Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha Page 9 Page no Page 124 Page ns Page 132 Page 136 Page 140 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Sidney Weikert, President of LX A, Vice-President of IFC; Kenneth Carta, President of PKT; Barry Dorn, President of PEP, Secretary-Treasurer of IFC; Ronald Bittner, President of ATO, President of IFC. Missing: William Crouthamel, President of TKE; Paul Preuss, President of SPE. The presidents of each social fraternity on campus comprise the Inter-fraternity Council. It endeavors to promote a mutual understanding and harmony among the various fraternal organizations, and arbitrates problems and difficulties concerning the fraternity system. This year the IFC tried to develop its relations program to a greater degree. “The Fraternity Cycle” was published for the first ti me to give all freshmen a better look at the fraternity system during rushing. Greek Week was another innovation with the festivities reaching a climax on the IFC weekend with the dance and the fraternity picnic. Trophies were distributed for achievement in scholarship, athletics, and Help Week, the latter has replaced “Hell Week” at Muhlenberg. 119 Muhlenberg College ALPHA TAU OMEGA The Pennsylvania Alpha Iota Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, established at Muhlenberg in 1 88 1 , is the oldest fraternity on the Muhlenberg campus. The house has an active membership of forty brothers, forming a strong unit worthy of maintaining the present high morale and striving toward the lofty ideals of the fraternity. This year members of Alpha Iota continued to be leaders in all phases of campus life. Among the high positions held by the brothers were the presidencies of Student Council, Interfraternity Council, Cardinal Key Society, Delta Phi Alpha, and Editor-in-Chief of the Weekly, plus, representation on most all other campus organizations. More than twenty varsity letters were granted to brothers participating in sports ranging from football to tennis. In the area of interfraternity sports, Alpha Iota copped the laurels in soccer, cross country, track, tennis, and baseball, thus winning enough points to easily win the I.F.C. All-Sports Trophy, in addition to the Greek Week Trophy, in a hands down fashion. The social calendar of 1962-63 was very successful. A hillbilly theme at Christmas Weekend and a gala Junior Prom Weekend highlighted the social year. To the nineteen graduating brothers, active membership in Alpha Tau Omega has been a rewarding and unforgettable experience. 120 J. E. PETERS A. J. MARCHION! J. P. FRAUNFELDER A. M. JACOBS J. MONACO D. A. SCHOENLY P. J. CISTONE T. G. CHUSS T. W. MENDHAM WORTHY SENTINEL WORTHY USHER E. L. MYER WORTHY CHAPLAIN R. L. BITTNER WORTHY MASTER R. B. HOFFMAN WORTHY KEEPER OF ANNALS K. L. ECKHART, JR. L. T. BROSCHARD, JR. WORTHY KEEPER OF WORTHY SCRIBE EXCHEQUER 1962 OFFICERS Worthy Master Worthy Chaplain Worthy Keeper of Exchequer Worthy Keeper of Annals Worthy Scribe Worthy Usher Worthy Sentinel Public Relations Chairman Rushing Chairman Ronald Bittner Edward Myer Kenneth Eckhart Ronald Hoffman Lewis Broschard Thomas Mendham Thomas Chuss Robert Brown Robert Mackay 1963 OFFICERS Worthy Master Worthy Chaplain Worthy Keeper of Exchequer Worthy Keeper of Annals Worthy Scribe Worthy Usher Worthy Sentinel Public Relations Chairman Rushing Chairman Robert Mackay Thomas Horne Thomas Kochenderfer Sergei Novak Allan Jones Robert Fulton A. Clifton Cage George Balmer Gregory Peterson J. S. YOST R. J. JACOBS W. P. KRAUSS J. N. BARNES S. C. NOVAK D. A. EISMANN L. T. ANDERSEN E. A. BECKLEY G. R. HEMSTREET 121 J. E. DOVEY D. R. LOWE N. M. BRASSLER A. R. JONES T. T. KOCHENDERFER R. H. PLATT T. D. HORNE T. L. HANEY R. J. FULTON G. F. BALMER GULLIVER R. W. KELLY R. S. OPP D. L. JONES R. E. BAUER C. R. LANGDON 122 6. S. EDINGTON F. W. PLATZ J. 1. BOWLES R. F. KNOUSS C. S. MERRILL 123 ☆ 3 luHlcnbcrcj College PHI EPSILON PI The Alpha Nu Chapter of the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity at Muhlenberg College has just completed a banner year. Under the dynamic leadership of Superior Kenneth Maurer, we had one of our most successful years since the Chapter was founded thirty-one years ago. In the area of academic endeavor Phi Ep again led all the other fraternities on campus, as our fraternity was awarded the Scholarship trophy for the ninth consecutive semester, and the eighteenth out of the last nineteen semesters. The brothers of Phi Ep amassed a cumulative average of almost three out of a possible four. Alpha Nu Chapter was prominent in the area of extra-curricular activities. The editorship of the Ciarla, three representatives on the Student Council, and two members of ODK were just a few of the positions held by Phi Ep’s. Alpha Nu Chapter was well represented in the athletic field. We participated in all intra-mural activities, and there were Phi Ep’s on the tennis, football and basketball teams. Socially 1963 marked a year of exuberant and highly successful events. There were three parties during Junior Prom weekend with three different bands performing. The festivities of I.F.C. weekend were culminated by the appearance of Lee Andrews and the Hearts. In all, Phi Epsilon Pi reached new heights as a fraternity in 1963 and with the promise of a new addition to our house, we are most optimistic about the years to come. 1 j k YCjjP JP? ' ' : .jtaf t 5 124 S. HAUPTMAN G. H. DARBY M. B. DRATCH R. S. MELENSON J. D SATINSKY D. P. MAYER S. J. GREENBERG B. C. DORN RECORDING SECRETARY VICE SUPERIOR SUPERIOR J. M SLFPACK A. H. DE CHERNEY TREASURER CORRESPONDING SECRETARY J. A. WEISS M, H. MIGATZ t. i. McClellan J. D. KAUFMAN J. P, GLASS B. R. UNGERLEIDER R. K. LEONARD R. H. BENVENISTE S. H. GARBER L. R. BERMAN D. S. LENTZ $. R. SMYTHE P. M. WOLFSON G. D. GOULD G. S. LUCKMAN J. N. POLES J. M. LICHTMAN S. R. ISAACS D. R. PASHMAN S. E. RICHTER 1962 OFFICERS Superior Vice Superior Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary House Manager Rushing Chairman Barry Dorn Steven Greenberg Jerry Slepack Alan DeCherney David Mayer David Miller Alan DeCherney 1963 OFFICERS Superior Vice Superior Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary House Manager Rushing Chairman Kenneth Maurer Neal Birnberg Edward Block Benjamin Ungerleider Garth Koniver Benjamin Ungerleider Garth Koniver S. J. AUKBURG G. A. KONIVER A. G. MINTZ J. KLEIN R. S. LEVINSON R. L. BREE R. B. LOW D. E. FISHER E. J. BLOCH R. E. KRAUSER K. A. SWEDER C. F. INGBER E. DRASIA A. E. KRAVITZ M. W. FRIEDMAN M. B. GROSSMAN 126 127 S GMA PHI EPSILON RutilenbetM) The Pennsylvania Iota Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary this year with a gala banquet for its Actives and Alumni. Highlighting this affair were inspiring speeches from our National Chapter and Alumni Organization, as well as our annual Spring Weekend. Sig Ep has an active Brotherhood of forty-eight men, all working toward the goals upon which the fraternity was founded. Sigma Phi Epsilon places emphasis on scholarship, participation in campus activities, a well-rounded social life, as well as the development of the character of each individual Brother in an atmosphere of fellowship. A scholarship program has been instituted to bring about the maximum academic achievement of each of its Brothers. The Chapter is represented on campus with its members on Student Council and the Student Union Board. Brothers have been elected to class offices, participate in Choir and Band, and work with the national honorary societies. The Social Calendar has included an active Homecoming Weekend and a very enjoyable Junior Prom Houseparty to initiate a successful rushing period. A growing and dynamic Brotherhood at Sig Ep looks forward to the coming year and an even greater Chapter at Muhlenberg. 128 R. F. MILLIGAN SECRETARY F. R. HAVERLY VICE PRESIDENT A. G. SPROULE PRESIDENT R. D. BAUMAN COMPTROLLER K. E. ZINDLE RECORDER R. S. MARKS J. S. MIERS J. B. MININGER R. A. HILTON D. D. FRITZE A. N. BOUGHER G. L. MYERS D. R. BLAIR J. A. THOENEBE E. C. FISCHL 1962 OFFICERS President Paul Preuss Vice-President Dale Stauffer Comptroller Raymond Bauman Secretary George Franz Recorder Albert Sproule 1963 OFFICERS President Albert Sproule Vice-President Fred Haverly Comptroller Raymond Bauman Secretary Robert Milligan Recorder Kenneth Zindle 129 F. T. CRAWFORD B. L. WALBERT C. J. PETERS F. J. MYERS W. E. OTTINGER C. J. SCHULTZ J. R. CLIPPINGER F. V. SIMPERS J. E. HESS DOMINO 130 W. J. WROBEL F. R. SMOYER T. A. SIMONS M. G. MERKEL G. A. MAUTER M. P. WEBER C. J. ENGELMAN J. BORDERIEUX K. E. WILLIAMS N. J. GASBARRO J. C. HIRSCHMAN PHI KAPPA TAU JfiuVilcttbcrij ' - r-. • ; v ! J ' -d ' f. D. W. BILHEIMER W. C. MUNZ RECORDING VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY E. K. CARTA PRESIDENT E. P. PAULES R. T. LUNGER TREASURER HOUSE MANAGER R. G. JAKOUBEK F. E. HOSSLER W. COOPER J. A. CUNNINGHAM DEPPE 132 Eta chapter of Phi Kappa Tau has enjoyed one of its most successful and rewarding years. The fraternity was well represented in all phases of campus activity, including three men on Student Council, the Chief Justice of the Student Court, and various sports participation. In intramural sports, the fraternity won the I.F.C. trophy in intramural football, and in other competition also won the I.F.C. trophy for Homecoming Decorations. Other highlights of the past year have included the third annual parents’ day held in the fall, a Christmas party given for some of the children from the Sacred Heart Home, and a spring semester pledge class of twenty-eight men who are worthy of maintaining and providing even more impetus to fraternity and campus activity. Also, the past year has looked toward the future with definite plans in progress for a new four room addition to be finished by the beginning of the fall semester. The social calendar of the fraternity was highlighted by such events as a Wild West theme for Homecoming Weekend, a Roaring Twenties party for Junior Prom, and a party in Davey Jones’ Locker for I.F.C. Spring Weekend saw the crowning of our second Phi Tau Sweetheart and climaxed the year’s social activities. In all, Eta has had a year of growth and accomplishment which has, and will in the future, add to the experience of fraternity life. R. S. WILL W. J. HEINTZELMAN S. A. BERG R. H. DELONG T. W. FRYE G. L. HILLER R. P. SMYSER R. B. STUMP n IA T. J. TURCZYN J. C. TUROCZI W. J. FOCHT J. G. GILHORN D. W. GILTNER W. J. HEINTZELMAN A. L. YERGEY B. G. EKLUND F. ALBRIGHT J. E. TRAINER J. JANISAK D. KNAPPENBERGER 133 R. C. SCHAEFFER E. P. STEFFEY B. A. RHODY D R WILLIAMS F. A. SCHUCKER G. A. ANTHONY R. E. SPRAGUE R. C. YERGEY R. J. ZIEGLER C. R. EISENHART J. L. GOOD M. MILLES S. J. LYNN J. O. STUART G. S. SMYSER 134 R. C. TONEY B. F. BEHNKE J. MORTON r . 3 L. P. NASIF E. BALLANTINE J. AIDERFER C. R. POND R. A. VINCENT C. HEIM D. L. GAUGHLER 1962 OFFICERS President Vice-President Pledge Master Recording Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Corresponding Secretary Rushing Chairman House Manager Steward Edward Carta William Munz John Turoczi David Bilheimer Edward Paules Elmo Wolf Michael Walker John Petree Richard Lunger Richard Krauss 1963 OFFICERS President Vice-President Pledge Master Recording Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Corresponding Secretary Rushing Chairmen House Manager Steward John Turoczi Barry Rhody Robert Kandle A1 Jansen Ronald Stump Ronald Yergey William Hauserman David Scarborough John Yohe Donald Weaver Steven Berg 135 TAU KAPPA EPSILON Zeta Eta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon became a member of the largest national fraternity on January 10, 1958. Teke practices non-sectarianism and embraces the ideals of true fraternalism in basing its membership on “personal worth and character” rather than on race or religion. Teke tries to show these principles in all phases of campus life. The fraters are active in varsity athletics, the choir, WMUH, the Weekly, and the Cardinal Key society, to name but a few. For the fifth time in the past six years, the Tekes walked away with top prize in the annual Interfraternity council Spring Sing. We also had the most individual weight champions in the I.F.C. wrestling competitions. The plans have been drawn, and groundbreaking for our new house took place on June 8, 1963, for occupancy in November of the next fall semester. All this is being done to accommodate our increasing brotherhood. Socially, Teke had another good year. The Homecoming party. Junior Prom weekend, the joint party with Moravian Teke, I.F.C. weekend, and the ever popular Pocono weekend will long be remembered. Pretty Ruth Ann Faltinosky was chosen as this year’s Teke sweetheart. tlu leubctto ' j it Jill W. W. CROUTHAMEL PRYTANIS R. F. GRAEFE CRYSOPHYLOS R. A. BILLIG PYLORTES J. R. SAUERWEIN S. C. ASSORGI J. A. BURNOSKI HEGEMON J. A. TURTZO M. L. ROTHMAN W. BLUE HISTOR H. J. WFBSTER R. S. BANNER B. J. EPSTEIN GRAMMATEUS HYPOPHETES EPI PRYTANIS 136 J. B. ROSENBERG B. A. LEONARD M. M. JOHN B. S. SCHNESSEL S. J. ENGELMAN P. N. PAPPAS L. S. CROUTHAMEL R. E. SCHLEGEL D. J. ALBRIGHT P. H. GOLDMAN D. D. WILNER Prytanis Epiprytanis Grammateus Crysophylos Histor Hypophetes Pylortes Hegemon Prytanis Epiprytanis Grammateus Crysophylos Histor Hypophetes Pylortes Hegemon 1962 OFFICERS William Crouthamel Bruce Epstein Harold Webster Richard Graefe Walter Blue Ronald Banner Robert Billig John Sauerwein 1963 OFFICERS Larry Crouthamel Glenn Sherer Douglas Turtzo Robert Schlegel Peter Anson Steven Latman Donald Wilner Harold Webster R. L. WERLEY S. J. GALL F. B. SIMMONS C. A. ERNST 137 D. J. SILVERMAN r £l P. M. ANSON S. R. JARRETT R. M. REINHART J. S. FULLAGAR A. K. SMITH S. C. BOESHAAR K. W. FOULKE R. C. BAKER 138 Tflutycnberg W. J. HELLER S. T. BEIDLEMAN R. L. COLLINS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha was installed at Muhlenberg on October 1 2, 1 940, through the merger of Theta Kappa Nu, Delta Theta, and Philos Alumni groups. Since that time, Nu-Epsilon has become a leader in many phases of campus life. Again this year Lambda Chi has won the Intramural All-Sports trophy, and also won intramural softball, I.F.C. wrestling, and basketball. Lambda Chi was represented on every varsity sport, and provided the Captains for football, basketball, wrestling, golf, baseball and soccer. In other campus activities, Brothers of Lambda Chi were on Student Court, Student Council, Freshmen Orientation Committee, Alphi Phi Omega, WMUH, Choir, Glee Club, Band, and the Veterans Club. As usual. Lambda Chi was the social spot of the campus, with a bigger and better party each weekend. Next year promises to be another outstanding year for Lambda Chi, when old friendships will be renewed, and new friendships will be made. R. DEERMOUNT B. A. STOW R. A. BARLOK W. W. CARMICHAEL J. C. BUFF SECRETARY R. C. SPROW VICE PRESIDENT S. G. WEIKERT PRESIDENT D. A. FEYRER TREASURER 140 rr.m»r.7»jfj :iiiiniiiUEiniiiiiinnii ' — ire ■fn ' • J. G. PONCHAK la W. F. BUCHANAN P. LENNON T. B. GOTTSHALL A. W. YANKOWSKY B. P. JOHNSON R. C. LEAR 141 A. BOBOTAS J. E. HOWARD D. T. POUST T. C. ATKISS D. T. RISSMI LLER S. W. HATZAI S. ANDERSEN R. L. TODD R. E. GYSBERTS 142 D. C. CAMPBELL R. B. COCHRAN T. P. BUCKELEW G. F. STEIGERWALT K. N. BUTZ, JR. D. M. O ' HARA C. ST. J. SMITH R. J. GAZZILLO J. W. NEDEROSTEK F. W. CLARK T. D. SEDER C. F. PROSEK R. E. FRITSCHI B. D. POLIKOFF Sid Weikert Ray Sprow J. Charles Buff David Feyrer 1962 OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Ray Sprow Don Campbell J. D. Simpson Barry Johnson 1963 OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer SPECIAL EVENTS m 2 - ms Campus Visitors of Renown Page 144 Fun and Seriousness Page 146 Highlights of the Social Year Page 148 Graduation: Class of 1963 Page 150 Our Beautiful Campus . . . Page 152 . . . Has Grown This Year . . . Page 153 . . . With the Addition of the J. Conrad Seegers College Union Page 154 143 Robert Conant, Harpsicordist Ninos Cantores, Mexican Boys’ Choir Frans Reynders, Mime 145 The Honorable Gar field S. Todd, ex-Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia FUN AND SERIOUSNESS Governor Scranton at “All America City” Banquet. Spring Sing. " Welcome to the U.S.A., to Allentown, and to Muhlenberg.” Matthew presents his cane to the Chaplain. “For the fans back home . . 146 There’s nothing like a good time . . . jiM HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SOCIAL YEAR Frost-Soph Tug-o-War. Harriet Worthington, Homecoming Queen. 149 The Queen and her court. Janet Stevens Crowned Junior Prom Queen by Tom Turczyn. 150 GRADUATION DAY: CLASS OF ms With Many Thanks. 151 Interior of Chapel. 152 Science Building in winter. Summer view from Ettinger walk. Front campus in spring. 153 . . . with the addition oj the J. CONRAD SEEGERS COLLEGE UNION Named to honor the seventh president of Muhlenberg College, the J. Conrad Seegers Union stands appropriately as a memorial to the significant contributions made to the college by its president emeritus. The word Union implies an organization. When used on the Campus, as in the College Union, the term signifies an organization, a program and a building. The organization is composed of students, faculty, administration, staff, alumni and guests. The program, which is run by student committees, provides cultural, social and recreational opportunities for the campus community. The building is the physical instrument for implementing the objectives of the organization and for facilitating a community life. The J. Conrad Seegers Union — “a unifying force in the life of the college, cultivating enduring regard for and loyalty to the College.” UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS At Left: Richard Will, Edwin Hoffman, Mr. David Seamans, Director; Carol Taylor, Secretary: Richard Lunger, President: Nancy Gaebler, Fred Haverly, Treasurer; Robert Milligan. Missing: Barbara Gum, Jeanne Maraz. The Union Board of Directors, in its first full year of existence, was faced with the dual task of providing student activities prior to the opening of an actual union building and then occupying the new structure in January with subsequent opening and dedication ceremonies. Programming throughout the year included movies, art exhibits, dances, coffee hours, musical concerts, fashion shows, and various tournaments. Although the Board must be considered as having presented a worthwhile slate of activities, its members realized that the possible resources at its disposal are barely tapped. nil i ' m H mmm 155 156 157 Freshman Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Senior Class Class of 1963 Senior Portraits Class of 1963 Senior Biographies Patrons Editorial FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Joseph Wetzel. Treasurer; Phyllis Topham, Secretary; Brian Eklund, President; R. Jeffrey Henderson. Vice-President. FRESHMAN CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated; David Pearson, Margaret Ward, Robert Henderson, Vice-President; Brian Eklund, President; Phyllis Topman, Secretary; Joseph Wetzel, Treasurer; Nancy Struck, Paula Campbell. Standing: Douglas Knappenberger, Ann Armbruster, Marianne Durst, Norman Gasbarro. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Richard Levinson, President; Sam Fluck, Treasurer; Sandra Taylor, Secretary; David Scarborough, Vice-President. SOPHOMORE CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Clifton Cage, Marie Smuldis, Peggy MacDonald, Sandra Taylor, Richard Levinson, Sam Fluck, Kenneth Sweder, Linda Pancoast, Lavinia Meinzer, James Miers. Missing: Robert Fulton, Karen Heisler, Gerry Marks, Ronald Todd, David Scarborough. Thomas Turczyn, President; Erna Hilliard, Secretary; Fred Haverly, Treasurer; Anthony Longo, Vice-President. JUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated: William Savo, Jean McIntosh, Carol Taylor, Erna Hilliard, Thomas Turczyn, Fred Haverly, Karen Carl, Marjorie Kleintop, Jeanne Maraz. Standing: John Turoczi, Edwin Hoffman, John Petree. Missing: Wilson Dewald, Joseph Howard, Joel Glass, Garth Koniver. 162 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS J. Frederick Truitt, President; Jeanne Lippman, Secretary; Edward Myer, Treasurer. Missing: Roger Deermount, Vice-President. SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Esther Goyne, Marg Deermont, Judith Burroughs, Jeanne Lippman, Leonard Ochs, Jonathan Satinsky, Peter Cistone, Ralph Ardolino, Barbara Bryan, David Bilheimer, Richard Weisenbach. 163 GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1963 Henry D. Abraham Ronald C. Anthony Carole A. Achenbach Ralph J. Ardolino Bruce Albertson Thomas V. Armentano Leslie R. Anders Salvatore C. Assorgi Maimu Annus William E. Ayers Thomas B. Baker Donald J. Belasco David W. Bilheimer Ronald A. Barlok Raymond D. Bauman James N. Barnes Carol E. Baumgartner Ronald S. Banner Gail K. Bean Robert A. Billig Ronald L. Bittner Walter A. Blue Robert K. Bohm 165 Marion J. Brady Jon C. Buff Lewis T. Broschard, Jr. Jeffrey V. Burnoski Robert C. Brown Judith A. Burroughs Barbara A. Bryan Charlotte A. Callan William F. Buchanan, Jr. William W. Carmichael 166 Edward K. Carta Linda J. Celke I I -™ J | Xk Thomas G. Chuss Rachelle E. Cinque Peter J. Cistone Willard W. Crouthamel James M. Clements Donald V. Cunningham Richard L. Collins James A. Cunningham William R. Cooper George H. Darby William C. Cooperman Alan H. DeCherney 167 Margaret L. Deermount Roger Deermount Robert E. Deppe II Judith E. Deutsch Norma J. Dias Michael B. Dratcl Karl J. Dreisbach Gloria R. Dussinger Leslee T. Earl Kenneth L. Eckhart, Jr Eileen M. Eckhaus Ernestine N. Eger Anne C. Engelbrecht Stephen J. Engelman Bruce J. Epstein 169 William F. Erber David A. Feyrer Charles H. Evans, Jr. John J. Finnegan III David G. Everett Judy E. Flesch Arthur G. Fad Walter J. Focht, Jr. Thomas M. Fager Lanny M. Foulke Gilbert B. Furst Theodore C. Gearhart Robert L. George Hassan A. Ghanim John G. Gilhorn 171 David W. Giltner Esther E. Goyne Richard F. Graefe Simon Gribben Beth A. Hart Elaine A. Griffith Steven P. Hauptman Barbara S. Gum Walter J. Heintzelman Ronald L. Hari William J. Heintzelman 172 William J. Heller Jean L. Herr Karen E. Herring Weldon T. Hitchcock Arthur B. Hodes Ronald B. Hoffman Fred E. Hossler Ronald A. Ivison Edward A. Jabs Alexander M. Jacobs 173 174 Richard J. Jacobs Stephen J. Kalman Robert G. Jakoubek Dino Katsiaras Matthew M. John John D. Kaufman Joel B. Jurnovoy Ronald R. Keiper Gary R. Kahler Robert H. Kindred Richard E. Krause Carol A. Krumenacker Barbara J. Lauffenburger Barry A. Leonard Frank W. Laky Barbara J. Levy Louis J. Landino Dolores L. Lipham Robert W. Landis Jeanne E. Lippman Ute D. Lissy Matthew S. Mamuya Carol L. Lombardi Aldo J. Marchioni Richard D. Ludwick Franklin S. Martin Richard T. Lunger Robert R. Martin Virginia M. Macsek David P. Mayer 176 Diane M. Morgan Arthur H. Motz Deanna C. Moyer Rodney O. Mummey William C. Munz William A. Nagle Siegfried J. Nkinda Edward D. O ' Donnell Virginia A. Papenhausen Peter N. Pappas Richard G. Parks 178 Edward P. Paules John E. Peters William R. Peterson David R. Phillips Lorraine M. Pizzola John G. Ponchak Paul G. Preuss Joyce O. Rabert Elsbeth M. Radzio Joann M. Reeder 179 Karl R. Reichstadter Charles I. Rhoades John B. Rosenberg Michael L. Rothman Kathleen M. Rieger Jon F. Roy Walter P. Risley, Jr. Jonathan D. Satinsky Emil A. Rogers, Jr. John R. Sauerwein 180 Edward C. Schmidt Robert E. Schmierer Irvin R. Schmoyer Benjamin S. Schnessel Donald A. Schoenly Thomas Schulze Alma M. Sechler Barrylee D. Seip Nicholas J. Sheidy Michael E. Shelbert David M. Schwartz David L. Schwartz 181 Sandra L. Shupe Karl F. Siefert Ruth M. Smith Walter E. Smith John D. Solliday Joanne R. Stahley Robert L. Stolber Louise H. Soil Janet E. Smithson Janice J. Steigerwalt Edward B. Stauffer Barry A. Stow Melvin J. Strickland, Jr. Dorothy E. Stringer Sandra L. Taylor John F. Truitt John A. Turtzo Barbara M. Wahl Michael L. Walker Patrick J. Walsh Barry E. Walters Catherine R. Ward 183 Olin S. Webb Harold J. Webster Larry F. Weikel Sidney G. Weikert Richard A. Weisenbach Carol L. Weiser Jeffrey A. Weiss Rodney P. Wulff Dean J. Wentz Alfred L. Yergey III Richard S. Will Harriet P. Worthington 184 Thomas R. Yocom James S. Yost William O. Young Judith E. Zellner Delphin E. Zimmermann 185 GRADUATING SENIORS NOT PICTURED George R. Allen Kenneth J. Andreozzi Dennis W. Baum Samuel T. Beidleman Arthur G. Clyde Raphael J. DiCello Stephen J. Einfalt, Ir. Brenda M. Hauser Barbara F. Kennedy Judith M. Kleese Carl O. Marquard Sandra D. Peifly Henry C. Russoli Evelyn R. Simon Sheldon R. Smith Stuart P. Tauber Ray J. Ueberroth Wilford A. Weber Mary G. Westbrook WHO ' S WHO First Row: Robert Bohm, Henry Abraham, Fred Truitt, Karen Herring, Walter Blue, Richard Lunger, David Bilheimer. Second Row: Joann Reeder, Sandra Shupe, Jean Herr, Ute Lissy, Barbara Gum, Peter Cistone. 186 HENRY D. ABRAHAM, B.S. 5800 Pemberton Street Philadelphia 43, Pa. Forensic Council, President 4 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental The- atre, Actor 1, 2, Assistant Director 2, Director 4 . . . Phi Alpha Alpha Theta 2, 4 . . . Omicron Delta Kappa 4 . . . Weekly 2, 3, 4 . . . Poetry Workshop 1,2. . . Freshman Track 1 . . . Ciarla 2 . . . Dormitory Proctor 2, 3, 4 . . . Arcade staff 1, 2, 4 . . . Muhlenberg Christian Association 1, 2, 4 . . . Who’s Who 4 . . . WMUH 2 . . . Pre-medical Club 2. CAROLE A. ACHENBACK, B.A. 1124 Birch Street Reading, Pa. Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4 . . . Women’s Council 1, 2 ... Political Science 1, 2. BRUCE ALBERSTON, B.S.B.A. 723 N. 6th Street Allentown, Pa. Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, 4 . . . Eastern College Chess League 3, 4 . . . Winner of Haps Benfer Muhlenberg Chess Player Award 3, 4. GEORGE R. ALLEN, B.S. Font Hill Apts G-9 Doylestown, Pa. Pi Delta Epsilon 3 . . . Poetry Workshop 1, 2, . . . Chief Engi- neer — WMUH 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 1. LESLIE R. ANDERS, B.S. R.D. 2 Lansdale, Pa. Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4. MAIMU ANNUS, B.A. 1908 E. 64th Street, N. Dr. Indianapolis, Ind. Lambda Epsilon Delta 4 . . . Women’s Council Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Ciarla copy editor 3 . . . Education Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu . . . German Club 1, 2. RONALD C. ANTHONY, B.A. 519 Lehigh Street Jim Thorpe, Pa. WMUH Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4. RALPH J. ARDOLINO, B.A. 21 Hendrickson PI. West Long Branch, N.J. Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2 . . . Weekly 2, 3 . . . I.F.C. Rushing Chairman 2 . . . Muhlenberg College Representive to U.N. 2 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Awareness Week 2 . . . Student Orientation 3 . . . Class Executive Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . LXA 1, 2, 3, 4, Rushing Chairman. Asst. Rushing Chairman, Dining Room Chairman. THOMAS V. ARMENTANO, B.S. 326 S. 16th Street Allentown, Pa. Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. SALVATORE C. ASSORGL B.S. 1094 Scott Drive Valley Stream, N.Y. Pre-Med Club 2, 3 . . . Fencing Team 2, 3 . . . WMUH 3 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3 ... Newman Club — President 3 . . . Big Brother Program 2 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hegemon 3. WILLIAM E. AYERS, B.S. 1 38 Fifth Street Fullerton, Pa. Muhlenberg College Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . Muhlenberg Opera Work- shop 2, 3, 4 . . . Men’s Glee Club 2, 3. THOMAS B. BAKER, B.S. 526 Franklin Street Emmaus, Pa. Mathematics Club . . . Commuters Club, President 3. RONALD S. BANNER, B.S. 7231 Ogontz Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Hillel Counselorship 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Vice-President 4 . . . John V. Shankweiler Pre-Medical Society 2, 3 . . . Political Science Conference 2 . . . WMUH 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4 . . . World University Service — Solicitation Chairman 3, 4 . . . Student Advisor 2, 4 ... Pi Beta Alpha 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hypo- phetes. RONALD A. BARLOK, B.A. 351 Lower Alden Dr. Rahway, N.J. Football Captain . . . Varsity “M” Club. Vice President . . . Scholar Athlete 4 . . . Education Society . . . Lamba Chi Alpha, Pledge Trainer. JAMES N. BARNES, B.A. 987 Townley Ave. Union, N.J. Track 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. DENNIS W. BAUM, B.S. 2737 Fairview Street Allentown, Pa. RAYMOND D. BAUMAN, B.A. 2939 Bristol Road Warrington, Pa. Phi Alpha Theta . . . Education Society . . . Cardinal Key Society . . . Student Representative to Curriculum Committee . . . Working with Historiography Class on History of Muhlenberg College . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller. CAROL E. BAUMGARTNER, B.A. 61 1 S. Edge Park Drive Haddonfield, N.J. Band 1, 2 . . . Education Society 2, 3 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . . Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4. GAIL K. BEAN, B.A. 3170 Mayflower Road Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Education Society 2, 3 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 2. SAMUEL T. BEIDLEMAN, B.S. 102 S. Front Street Hokendauqua, Pa. Football . . . Track . . . “M” Club . . . Education Society . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. DONALD J. BELASCO, B.S.B.A. 219 N. 9th Street Allentown, Pa. Veterans Club — Secretary 3, Secretary Treasurer 4. 187 DAVID W. BILHEIMER, B.S. R.D. 4 Allentown, Pa. Omicron Delta Kappa 4 . . . Who’s Who 4 . . . John V. Shank- weiler Pre-Medical Society, President 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein . . . Student Representative to Academic Regulations Committee . . . Freshman Orientation . . . Big Brother Program Chairman 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Sergeant at Arms — Recording Secretary. ROBERT A. BILLIG, B.S. 5844 208 Street Bayside 64, N.Y. Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3 . . . MET 2, 3 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Wrestling Championship 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4 Pylortes . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Pi Beta Alpha 3, 4, President 4. RONALD L. BITTNER, B.A. R.D. 1, Box 149 Bethlehem, Pa. Weekly 1, 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4 . . . Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, President 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern 3, 4 . . . Cardinal Key 2, 3 . . . Interfraternity Council, President 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3 . . . Student Supreme Court 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3 . . . Big Brother 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, President 4. WALTER A. BLUE, B.A. Mt. Holly R.S. 2 N.J. Phi Epsilon Iota ... Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Who ' s Who . . . College Choir . . . Weekly Front Page Editor 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Male Glee Club . . . Der Deutsche Verein . . . Student Awareness Committee . . . Ciarla 2, 3 ... Tau Kappa Epsilon — Historian 2, 3. ROBERT K. BOHM, B.A. 2325 79th Ave. Phila. 50, Pa. Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, President 3 . . . Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4, Secretary 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 3, 4, Chamberlain 4 . . . Weekly 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3 . . . Ciarla 3 . . . Pre-Theological Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3 . . . Muhlenberg Christian Association 2. 3, 4, Chairman Institute of Faith 4 . . . M-Book Editor 2, 3. 4 . . . Editorial Board 2, 3, 4 . . . WMUH 1,2... Student Representative — Faculty Religious Affairs Committee 4 . . . Who’s Who . . . Intramural Soccer 2, 4 . . . Intramural Wrestling 2 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. MARION J. BRADY, B.A. 4124 Hain Dr. Lafayette Hill, Pa. Delta Phi Nu Service Sorority . . . Sociology Club . . . Education Society . . . Intramural Volleyball. LEWIS T. BROSCHARD. JR., B.S. 28 W. Wilmont Ave. Somers Point, N.J. Soccer 1 . . . Der Deutscher Verein 1, 2, 3, 4 ... J.V. Shank- weiler Pre-Medical Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Brother Program 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary. ROBERT C. BROWN, B.A. R.F.D. 1, Box 75 Twin Lakes South Salem, N.Y. Cardinal Key Society . . . Sophomore Representative Student Coun- cil .. . Freshman Orientation Committee . . . Student Council Representative to Student Affairs Committee 4 . . . Education So- ciety . . . President of Intramural Bowling League 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. Public Relations Chairman. BARBARA A. BRYAN, B.S. 5214 N. Howard St. Phila. 20, Pa. College Choir 1,2... Der Deutsche Verein . . . Education So- ciety 1,2... College Choir Librarian . . . MCA 2, 3 . . . MCA Treasurer ... Sr. Counselor ... Sr. Executive Council. ROBERT C. BROWN, B.A. R.F.D. 1 South Salem, N.Y. WILLIAM F. BUCHANAN, JR„ B.A. 1452 N. 11th Street Reading, Pa. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4 . . . Track 2, 3 ... Lambda Chi Alpha. JON C. BUFF, B.A. Browning Lane, Haddonfield, N.J. Soccer 2, 3, 4 . . . Captain 3 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society . . . Assembly Committee . . . Student Evaluation Committee . . . Lamb- da Chi Alpha, Social Chairman, Secretary. JEFFREY V. BURNOSKI, B.A. 1 1 Bauer Ave. Roosevelt, N.Y. Weekly 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pre-Theological Club 2, 3, President 3 . . . Pi Delta Epsilon 3. 4 . . . Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4, Treasurer 3 . . . WMUH 1 . . . Spring Sing 2, 3, 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. 188 JUDITH A. BURROUGHS, B.A. Barry Court Apts. D-2 Reiff’s Mill Rd., Ambler, Pa. Met 2, 3, 4 . . . M D 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 . . . Weekly 1, 3, 4 . . . Education Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3 . . . Class Executive Council 3, 4 . . . Student Council Representative to Faculty Library Committee 3 . . . Senior Counselor 4. CHARLOTTE A. CALLAN. B.A. 123 E. 82 Street New York 28, N. Y. Psi Chi 3, 4 . . . Mask and Dagger 3. WILLIAM W. CARMICHAEL, B.A. 1360 Murray Ave. Plainfield, N.J. Student Court 3, 4 . . . Weekly 4 . . . WMUH 1, 2, 3, Chief Announcer 3, Program Director 3 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Correspondent 3 . . . Parliamentarian 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 4 . . . Student Forum 4 . . . Band 1 . . . Business and Economics Club 4 . . . Intramural 1, 2, 3 . . . Soccer 3 . . . Jazz Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Parliamentarian. EDWARD K. CARTA, B.A. 1219 Pratt Street Phila. 24, Pa. Interfraternity Council 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau — President 4, Pledge Master 3. LINDA J. CELKE, B.A. 72 Highledge Drive Penfield, N.Y. Delta Phi Nu 1, 2 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 4 . . . MET 2, 3, 4 . . . Business Manager Arcade 3, 4 . . . Weekly 2, 3, 4. RACHELLE E. CINQUE, B.S. 240 Flax Hill Rd. So. Norwalk, Conn. Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club 1, 2 . . . Institute of Faith 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3 . . . Women’s Council 4 . . . Ciarla 4 . . . Student Awareness 3, 4 . . . Student Union Social Committee 4 . . . Student Council Special Entertainment Committee 4 . . . Big Sister 2, 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4. PETER J. CISTONE, B.A. 41 1 Garibaldi Ave. Roseto, Pa. President of College Student Body 3, 4 . . . Cardinal Key Honorary Service Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . President of Muhlenberg College Young Democrats 2, 3 . . . Political Science Conference 3, 4 . . . Lehigh Valley Foreign Policy Association . . . Who’s Who 4 . . . Class Executive Council 2, 3, 4 . . . ODK 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. JAMES M. CLEMENTS, B.A. 1 18 W. Rockland Street Phila. 20, Pa. Muhlenberg Christian . Association 1, 3 ... Cardinal Key Society 1 . . . Choir 1, 2 . . . Opera Workshop 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Mask and Dagger 4 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre, Assistant Director 2, 3, 4; Director . . . Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4. ARTHUR G. CLYDE, B.A. 42 N. 5th Street Souderton, Pa. Choir . . . Band . . . MET . . . Director of M.C. Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Sociology Club. RICHARD L. COLLINS, B.A. 442 W. Lincoln Ave. Oakhurst, N.J. Soccer Team, Co-Captain 2 . . . Homecoming Committee . . . Varsity “M” Club . . . Business and Economics Club . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Corresponding Secretary. WILLIAM C. COOPERMAN, B.A. 1148 N. 21st Street Allentown, Pa. Football . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. WILLARD W. CROUTHAMEL, B.S. 75 Mercer Ave. Doylestown, Pa. Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Intrafraternity Council 4 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club 3 . . . Education Society 3 . . . Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Prytanis 3, 4. JAMES A. CUNNINGHAM, B.S. 159 Fairfield Street Valley Stream, N.Y. Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Softball 2, 3 ... Intramural Soccer 3,4. . . Phi Kappa Tau. GEORGE H. DARBY, B.A. 96 Forest Hill Parkway Apt. 1C Newark, N.J. Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4, President 4 . . . Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4 . . . Freshman Orientation Committee 2, 4 . . . Ciarla 1, 4, Assistant Fraternity Editor 2 . . . Arcade 3 . . . Weekly 1 . . . M D 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. ALAN H. DECHERNEY, B.S. 2603 S. 8th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Weekly Circulation Staff 1,2... Ciarla, Associate Editor 4, Co- ordinator 3, Staff 1,2. . . Political Science Club 1,2. . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . I.F.C. 3, 4 . . . Big Brother 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 ... J. V. Shankweiler Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Rushing Chairman 3, House Manager 2, Corresponding Secretary 3. MARGARET L. DEERMOUNT, B.A. 3236 Wesley Ave. Ocean City, N.J. Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 2 . . . Education So- ciety 2, 3, 4 . . . Psi Chi 4 . . . Class Executive Council 2, 3, 4. ROGER DEERMOUNT, B.A. 19 Joerg Ave. Nutley, N.J. Varsity Baseball 2 . . . Vice-President Class 3 . . . President Pro- Tern Freshman Class 3 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . I.F.C. 3 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Rushing Chairman. ROBERT E. DEPPE II, B.A. 21 10 Pennsylvania Street Allentown, Pa. Society for the Advancement of Management 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 . . . APO 3, 4 . . . Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. JUDITH E. DEUTSCH, B.A. 514 N. Meadow Street Allentown, Pa. Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4 . . . Lutheran Student Association 1, 2, 3 . . . Planning Committee 2 . . . Arcade 1 . . . Muhlenberg Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3 . . . Chairman of Art Contest Committee 2, 3, 4. NORMA J. DIAS, B.A. 1 157 W. Rosemont Drive Bethlehem, Pa. Women’s Council 1, 2 ... Cheerleading 1, 2 ... Phi Alpha Theta . . . Muhlenberg Sociological Society 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota. EDWARD J. DIEHL, B.S. Trexlertown, Pa. Science Club . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. DIANE E. DONALDSON, B.A. Girard Ave. Allentown, Pa. Commuting Women, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4 . . . Women’s Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4 . . . Psi Chi 3, Vice-President 4 . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta, Secretary-Treasurer 4. BARRY C. DORN, B.S. 123 W. 22nd Street Chester, Pa. Weekly I, 2 ... Cheerleading 1, 2 . . . I.F.C. 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4 . . . ODK 4 . . . Pre-Medical Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 3, 4 . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . Ciarla 3, 4, Fraternity Editor 4 ... Big Brother Program 3, 4 ... Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer 3, President 4. DOROTHEA M. DOYLE, B.S. Box 825 Cherryville, Pa. College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Science Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. MICHAEL B. DRATCH, B.S. 7901 Hidden Ave. Elkins Park, Pa. Circulation Staff — Weekly 1, 2, ... Class Executive Council 1 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3 . . . Big Brother Program 3 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Phi Epsilon Pi. KARL J. DREISBACH, B.A. 430 Front Street Hokendauqua, Pa. GLORIA R. DUSSINGER, B.A. 2140 S. Lumber Street Allentown, Pa. LESLEE T. EARL, B.A. 2 Hamilton Court Whippany, N.J. Delta Phi Nu 3, 4 . . . Intramural Volleyball 3. 4 . . . Education Society 2, 4 . . . MCA 1,2. . . LSA 2. KENNETH L. ECKHART JR., B.S. Pebble Hill Acres M.R. 2 Doylestown, Pa. College Choir 2, 3 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Exchequer. EILEEN R. ECKHAUS, B.A. 23 Livingston Street Allentown, Pa. Psi Chi 3, 4. ERNESTINE N. EGER, B.A. 238 Stratford Ave. Westmont, N.J. Weekly Associate Editor 1 . . Las Cucarachas 1, 2 . . . Dormi- tory Council 2 . . . Poetry Workshop 3 . . . Phi Epsilon Iota. STEPHEN J. EINFALT, JR., B.A. 219 N. 9th Street Allentown, Pa. Veterans’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4 . . . Sociological Society 4, President 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNE C. ENGELBRECHT, B.A. 1008 E. Haines Street Phila. 38, Pa. Weekly . . . Varsity Tennis 2, 3 . . . Class Executive Council . . . Delta Phi Alpha . . . German Club. STEPHEN J. ENGELMAN. B.S. 66 Henry Ave. Palisades Park, N.J. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4 . . . Math Club 3 . . . Phi Beta Alpha 3 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. BRUCE J. EPSTEIN, B.A. 2649 Gordon Street Allentown, Pa. Economics Club . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President. WILLIAM F. ERBER, B.S. 514 Ocean Parkway Brooklyn, N.Y. WMUH 1, 4 . . . Hillel 1, 4 . . . Weekly 2, 3 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 2 . . . Varsity Tennis 2 . . . Intra- mural Sports 1,4. . . T.K.E. CHARLES H. EVANS. B.S. 359 E. Lincoln Highway Coatsville, Pa. Poetry Workshop 2 . . . Science Club 2 . . . Pre-Medical Society 2. DAVID G. EVERETT, B.A. 327 N. 13th Street Allentown, Pa. ARTHUR G. FAD. B.A. 415 Summit Ave. Fort Washington, Pa. Football 1,2. . . Intramural Sports . . . Big Brother Program . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Steward, House Manager. THOMAS M. FAGER. B.A. 1848 Perkiomen Ave. Reading, Pa. DAVID A. FEYRER, B.A. 500 Seneca Street Bethlehem, Pa. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4 . . . “M” Club 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball 1. JOHN J. FINNEGAN III, B.A. 7291 Walnut Ave. Pennsauken 8, N.J. Muhlenberg Poetry Workshop 1 ... Muhlenberg Folksong So- ciety 3. JUDY E. FLESCH, B.A. R.D. 2 Moscow, Pa. Der Deutsche Verein 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club . . . Education So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sociological Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Women’s Council 2 . . . Dorm Council 3, 4. WALTER J. FOCHT, JR., B.S. Box 146, R.D. 3 Wernereville, Pa. Science Club, Treasurer 4 . . . Sports Staff of Weekly 4 . . . Golf Team 2, 3. 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. Box 146, R.D. 3 LANNY M. FOULKE, B.A. 432 N. 30th Street Allentown, Pa. Fencing Team 2, 3, 4 . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, Rushing Chairman. 190 PAUL R. FRABLE, JR., B.A. RD. 1 Alpha, N.J. Fencing 1 . . . Chapel Choir. JOHN P. FRAUNFELDER, B.S. 140 S. Broad Street Nazareth, Pa. Pre-Med Club, Treasurer 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track Team 1, 2 . . . Big Brother Program 3 . . . Marching Band 1 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. BARBARA L. FREDERICK, B.S. 148 Westover Drive Cherry Hill, N.J. Delta Phi Nu . . . Weekly 3 . . . Pre-Med Club . . . MET 3, 4 . . . Senior Counselor 3, 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4. EYVIND N. FRERECKS, B.A. Ocean View Rd. Hampton Bays, N.Y. Intramural Sports . . . Big Brother Program . . . Lambda Chi Al- pha, Historian, House Manager. HAROLD A. FREY, JR.. B.S.B.A. 2172 Drury Lane Bethlehem, Pa. Business and Economics Club 3 . . . Intramural Softball 2, 3. JUDITH M. FROST, B.S. 60 Chestnut Street Hillsdale, N.J. Marching Band 1, 2, 3 . . . Mask and Dagger 2, 3, 4, President 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 4 . . . Special Entertainment Committee of Student Council 4. GILBERT B. FURST, B.A. Wescoesville 1, Pa. Muhlenberg College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Muhlenberg Opera Work- shop 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3 . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. THEODORE C. GEARHART, B.S.B.A. 410 S. West Street Allentown, Pa. Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Commuter Club 1, 2 . . . Economics Club 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 4 . . . Veteran’s Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L. GEORGE, B.A. 1 Washington Street Middleport, Pa. WMUH 3, 4 . . . MCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4, President 4 . . . Institute of Faith 2, 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4 . . . Mask and Dagger 4 . . . Young Democrats 4 . . . Chapel Choir 4 . . . Pre-Theological Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOHN G. GILHORN, B.S. 537 Hoyt Rd. Huntingoon Valley, Pa. J.V. Shankweiler Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Fencing Team 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation Adviser 3, 4 . . . Student Court Justice 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Committee. DAVID W. GILTNER, B.A. 55 Main Blvd. Allentown, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau. ESTHER E. GOYNE, B.A. 1312 N. 19th Street Allentown, Pa. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4 . . . Psi Chi 3. 4, President 4 . . . Class Executive Council 3, 4 . . . Education Society 3, 4 . . . Big Sister Committee . . . Girls’ Basketball 2 . . . Homecoming Court 4. RICHARD F. GRAEFE, B.A. 309 Harrison Ave. Roselle, N.J. Weekly 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4 ... Psi Chi 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Treasurer 4. ELLEN M. GREENBERG, B.A. 2233 Congress Street Allentown, Pa. Class Executive Council 2, 3 ... Psi Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary . . . Hillel 1, 2. 191 STEVEN J. GREENBERG, B.S. 1218 Hellerman Street Phila., Pa. Weekly Staff 1, 2, 3 . . . Ciarla 1, 2 . . . Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Cheerleader 1 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F.O.O. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Vice-President. SIMON GRIBBEN, B.A. 1007 DeKalb Street Norristown, Pa. Mask and Dagger . . . M.C.A. ELAINE A. GRIFFITH, B.A. Box 353 Glen Moore, Pa. Muhlenberg Opera Workshop . . . College Choir . . . Delta Phi Nu, President . . . Education Society 2, 3 . . . Psi Chi 3, 4 . . . MET 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation Executive Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Advisor 2, 3 ... Counseling Committee 3, 4 . . . Senior Counselor 4 . . . Bernheim House 3 . . . Junior Prom Queen 3 . . . Laurel Blossom Princess 3. BARBARA S. GUM, B.S. 405 Applegate Avenue Pen Argyl, Pa. College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Manager 2, 3 . . . Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4 . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta 3, 4 . . . J. Conrad Seegers Union Board of Directors . . . Publicity Chairman 3, 4 . . . Student Education Association, Secretary 3, 4 . . . Who’s Who . . . Freshman Orientation Committee . . . Chapel Choir. RONALD L. HARI, B.S. 607 W. Emmaus Ave. Allentown, Pa. College Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2 . . . Commuters Club I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Drum Major and Student Director 4 . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian. BETH A. HART, B.S. 228 Beech Avenue Garwood, N.J. Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Pre-Med Society 2, 3 . . . M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Assistant Biology Department 2, 3, 4 . . . ODK Award in Sophomore year for highest academic average. STEVEN P. HAUPTMAN, B.S. 6865 N. 19th Street Phila., Pa. Freshman Football . . . Weekly 2, 3 . . . Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Intramural Football 2, 3 . . . Intramural Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. BRENDA M. HAUSER, B A. 412 Third Ave. Linden, N.J. Muhlenberg Christian Association 1, 2, 3 . . . Senior Counselor 2, 3 . . . Education Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Bernheim House 2 . . . Der Deutsche Verein I, 2, 3, Secretary 3 . . . Senior Ball Chairman 2 . . . National Honorary German Fraternity 3 . . . Senior Class Council 4 . . . Junior Class Council 3. WALTER J. HEINTZELMAN, B.A. 3429 Market Street Camp Hill, Pa. Football 1 . . . Track 2 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Council 2, 3. WILLIAM J. HEINTZELMAN, B.S. Neffs, Pa. Chess Club 4 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM J. HELLER. B.A. 109 S. Second Coplay, Pa. Football 1, 2, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity “M” Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Executive Council 4 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. JEAN L. HERR. B.A. R.D. 2 Collegeville, Pa. Choir . . . Student Council, Secretary 3, 4 . . . National Student Association Coordinator . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta . . . Who’s Who 4. KAREN E. HERRING, B.S. 411 Highland Avenue Kutztown, Pa. L.S.A. . . . Math Club, Treasurer 2 . . . Der Deutsche Verein . . . Women’s Council, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu, Vice-President 3 . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta . . . Who’s Who 4. ARTHUR B. HODES, B.S. 57 Goldsmith Ave. Newark, N.J. Pre-Medical Club Secretary 3 . . . Manager of Circulation Staff of Weekly . . . Ciarla Staff 2, 3 ... Intramural Sports . . . Fencing Team 2, 3 . . . Freshman Orientation Committee 2, 3 . . . WMUH 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. RONALD B. HOFFMAN, B.A. 1422 West State Street Trenton, N.J. Basketball . . . Varsity “M” Club . . . Newman Club . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Historian. FRED E. HOSSLER, B.S. 368 Northmont Ave. Hamburg, Pa. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President 3, 4 . . . Science Club 2, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Sergeant at Arms. RONALD A. IVISEN, B.A. 3208 Unruh Ave. Phila. 49, Pa. Intramural 1,2,3, 4. EDWARD D. JABS, B.A. 8791 112 Street Richmond Hill 18, N.Y. Varsity Fencing 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 . . . Economics Club . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rushing Chairman, Social Chairman, Alumni Rep. ALEXANDER M. JACOBS, B.A. 1442 Ashbourne Rd. Wyncote, Pa. Cardinal Key 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Executive Council 1, 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman. RICHARD I. JACOBS, B.A. 6250 Green Leaves Rd. Indianapolis 20, Indiana Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 ... Cardinal Key Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity “M” Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Men’s Dormitory Council 2, President 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Rushing and Intramural Chairman. ROBERT G. JAKOUBEK, B.A. 5033 245 Street Douglaston 62, N.Y. Education Society 4 . . . College Choir 1,2. . . Intramural 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. MATTHEW M. JOHN, B.A. 510 Bryton Avenue Pohstown, Pa. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4 . . . Young Democrats 3 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOEL B. JURNOVOY, B.S. 7728 Cedarbrook Street Phila., Pa. Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly Staff 1, 2 . . . Hillel 2, 3, 4 . . . Ciarla 1, 2, 3 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Historian. GARY R. KAHLER, B.S. 3834 Carpenter Street Washington 20, D.C. Baseball 2 . . . Track 4 . . . LSA 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . AIP 4. STEPHEN J. KALMAN, B.A. 28 Hardenburg Street New Brunswick, N.J. Football. DINO KATSIARAS, B.A. 7125 16th Street N.W., Washington 12, D.C. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Business Club. JOHN D. KAUFMAN, B.S. 163 Ocean Ave. Brooklyn 25, N.Y. Weekly 2, 3 . . . WMUH 1 . . . Ciarla 3, 4 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. RONALD R. KEIPER, B.S. 2003 South Sixth Street Allentown, Pa. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Big Brother Program 2. BARBARA F. KENNEDY, B.A. 531 School Lane Telford, Pa. Weekly Feature Editor . . . Student Council . . . Phi Alpha Theta ... Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Class Secretary . . . Tennis. CONSTANCE A. KLEIN, B.S. 74 Arkansas Dr. Valley Stream, N.Y. Choir . . . Education Society, Treasurer. GUY M. KRATZER, B.S. 1447 Hamilton Street Allentown, Pa. MARGARET K. KISTLER, B.A. Stoney Run, Pa. 192 REXINE R. KRAUSE, B.A. 1540 Gordon Street Allentown, Pa. Big Sister-Little Sister Program 2, 3 . . . Education Society 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL A. KRUMENACKER, B.A. 215 Newbridge Rd. Hicksville, N.Y. College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 1 . . . Class Executive Council 4 . . . Sociological Society, President 4 . . . Band 1. RICHARD E. KRAUSE, B.S.B.A. R.D. 2, Quakertown, Pa. FRANK W. LAKY, B.A. 28 South Front Street Coplay, Pa. Vet’s Club, Vice-President 3, President 4 . . . Class Executive Committee 4 . . . Intramural 3, 4 . . . Newman Club. LOUIS J. LANDINO, B.S. Thorndale, Pa. Golf Team . . . T.K.E. ROBERT W. LANDIS, B.A. Box 234 Perkasie R.D. 2, Pa. Education Club 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. BARBARA J. LAUFFENBURGER, B.A. 27 Yale Road Audubon 6, N.J. College Choir 1, 2 . . . Small Choir 1, 2 . . . Education Society 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu 3, 4 . . . Dormitory Council 3, 4. BARRY A. LEONARD, B.S. 811 Brighton Street Phila. 11, Pa. WMUH 2, 3 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Pi Beta Alpha . . . Wrestling 1, 2 . . . Chairman IFC Athletic Committee 2 ... Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sports Chairman 2. BARBARA J. LEVY, B.A. 226 East 39th Street Brooklyn 3, N.Y. Psi Chi 3; Treasurer 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 4, Historian 3 . . . Education Society 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Big Sister Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Senior Counselor 4 . . . Ciarla typist 2, 4. DOLORES L. LIPHAM, B.A. 231 Mahwah Rd. Mawah, N.J. Cheerleader 1,2. . . Delta Phi Nu 1,2. . . Class Executive Com- mittee 1, 2, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Weekly 2, 4 , . . Phi Alpha Theta 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 4 . . . MADC 4. JEANNE E. LIPPMAN, B.A. 2317 Magnolia Drive Harrisburg, Pa. Secretary of Class 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Women’s Tennis Team . . . Freshman Advisor 2, 3 . . . Fresh- man Discipline Committee 3, 4 . . . Muhlenberg Chapter of So- ciety for Advancement of Management, Secretary 2, 3, 4 . . . Senior Counselor 3, 4. UTE D. LISSY, B.A. 5902 Wayne Ave. Phila. 44, Pa. Choir 1, 2 . . . M.C.A. 1, 4, Secretary 3, 4 . . . Institute of Faith 2, 4, Chairman 3 . . . Altar Guild 2, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4, Secretary 4 . . . Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4, Vice-President 3 . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta . . . Who’s Who. CAROL L. LOMBARDI, B.A. Apt. C3, 285 South Central Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. Education Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. RICHARD D. LUDWICK, B.A. Box 13A Dublin, Pa. Frosh Football . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. RICHARD T. LUNGER, B.S. 120 N. Washington Street Montoursville, Pa. Seeger’s Union Board 3, 4, President 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, Secretary 3 . . . Pre-Med Society 2, 3. 4 . . . Who’s Who 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation Advisor 3 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, House Manager, Chap- lain. VIRGINIA M. MACSEK, B.A. 1253 Mechanic Street Bethlehem, Pa. Girls’ Basketball 2, 3 . . . LSA 2, 3 . . . Education Society 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Alpha 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 1, 2, 3, 4. MATTHEW S. MAMUYA, B.A. Box 195 Moshi Tanganyika, East Africa Club 200 .. . Phi Alpha Theta . . . MCA. ALDO J. MARCHIONI, B.S. 651 Gregory Ave. Clifton, N.J. Muhlenberg Weekly, Exchange Editor 4 . . . Intramural Tennis 3 . . . Political Science Club 1 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. ,r 193 CARL O. MARQUARD, B.A. R.D. 1, Box 734 Newton, N.J. Track Manager 1 . FRANK S. MARTIN, B.A. 4 Crescent Road Florham Park, N.J. Varsity Soccer . . . Varsity “M” Club . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. ROBERT R. MARTIN, B.A. R.D. 1, Macungie, Pa. Varsity Wrestling. DAVID P. MAYER, B.A. 156 Bon Air Ave. New Rochelle, N.Y. Sports Editor Cicala 3 . . . Golf Team 2 . . . Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4, President 4 . . . Weekly Sports Staff 1,2. . . IFC Social Com- mittee . . . Big Brother Program 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Political Science Conference 1, 2 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . T.H.U.N.S. 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Recording Secretary 3, 4, House Manager, Social Chairman. BRIAN F. McKEE, B.A. 2223 Union Street Allentown, Pa. JAMES L. McKENNA, B.A. 1237 Red Bambler Rd. Rydal, Pa. Soccer 1 . . . Mask and Dagger 3, 4 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 3, 4 . . . Weekly 3, 4 . . . Arcade, Art Editor 4 . . . Crea- tive Arts Workshop 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2 . . . Finster Society 4 . . . Alpha Society 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 4. RICHARD S. MELENSON, B.A. 653 1 N. 1 1th Street Phila. 26, Pa. Big Brother Program 4 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer Team 3 . . . Tennis Team, Manager 3, 4 . . . Weekly Circulation Staff 2 . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Ciarla Staff 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. THOMAS W. MENDHAM, B.A. 2645 Broad Street Easton, Pa. Weekly Business Manager 2, 3, 4 . . . Ciarla Business Manager 2, 3, 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon Treasurer 3, 4 . . . Cardinal Key Society President 4 . . . Mask and Dagger . . . MET . . . Mermaid Tavern Society . . . Freshman Orientation Committee . . . Alpha Tau Omega, House Manager. MfTCHELL H. MIGATZ, B.S. 1 132 N. 24th Street Allentown, Pa. Pre-Med Club . . . Big Brother Program . . . Hillel Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly Circulation Staff . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. DAVID H. MILLER, B.S. 7343 N. Bouvier Street Phila. 26, Pa. Lehigh Valley Foreign Policy Association 1, 2 ... Big Brother Program . . . Hillel . . . Political Science Conference 1, 2 . . . Pre-Medical Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly 1, 2 . . . Ciarla 1, 2,’ Art Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 4, Publications Board 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, House Manager. ELAINE J. MILLER, B.A. Route 2, Box 97 Bath, Pa. Education Society 3, 4 . . , Women Commuters 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Opera Workshop 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4 . . . Delta Phi Alpha, Secretary 3, 4 . . . Big Sister 4. GENE W. MILLER, B.S. 612 N. 1 1th Street Allentown, Pa. Intramurals. RICHARD E. MILLER, B.A. Box 514, R.D. 3 Nazareth, Pa. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. JAMES F. MONACO, B.A. 4161 Morgan Street Little Neck 63, N.Y. Omicron Delta Kappa, President 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon, President 3 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 3, 4 . . . Who ' s Who 4 . . . Weekly Managing Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 . . . African Help Committee Chairman 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4 ... S. C. Rep. to Faculty Committee on Publications 3, 4 . . . Arcade 4 . . . Ciarla 2 . . . Poetry Workshop 2 . . . Publica- tions Board 4 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 3, 4 . . . Young Republicans 2 . . . Intramurals 1,2. . . Tennis 2 . . . B-Hall 3, 4. DIANE M. MORGAN, B.A. 139 Windsor Street Reading, Pa. Delta Phi Nu Service Sorority 2, 3 . . . WMUH 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly 1 . . . Ciarla 4 . . . Mask and Dagger 4. ARTHUR H. MOTZ, B.A. R.D. 1, Box 428 Sellersville, Pa. Education Society 3, 4. DEANNA K. MOYER, B.A. 132 AE. Summit Street Souderton, Pa. Tennis Team 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Executive Council 2, 3 . . . Edu- cation Society 2. WILLIAM C. MUNZ, B.S. 734 E. Tioga Street Phila. 34, Pa. Freshman Football 1 . . . Football, Manager 2 . . . Track, Manager 2 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President. EDWARD L. MYER, B.S. 708 W. Crystal Lake Ave. Haddonfield, N.J. Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dormitory Council 3 . . . Pre-Med Society 2, 3 . . . Weekly 1, 2 . . . Freshman Football 1 . . . Intramural Athletics . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 4 . . . Cardinal Key Society 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Brother Program 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Rushing Chair- man 2, Vice-President 4. STEVEN J. MYERS, B.A. East Park Avenue Sellersville, Pa. Sociology Club, Membership Chairman 3, 4 . . . Commuters Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3 . . . L.S.A., President 3, 4. WILLIAM A. NAGLE, B.A. MacArthur Road Egypt, Pa. Mask and Dagger 4 . . . ODK 4 . . . History of Ideas 4 . . . Choir Assistant Manager and Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. SIEGFRIED J. NKINDA, B.S. Local Court Mtae, P.O. Lushoto, Tanganyika Pre-Med Club . . . M.C.A. 194 LEONARD A. OCHS, B.A. 3 Dale Carnegie Court Great Neck, N.Y. Class Executive Council 4 . . . MET 3, 4 . . . M D 1, 2 . . . WMUH 1, 2 ... College Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Weekly, Photographer 4. EDWARD D. O’DONNELL, B.S. 118 Grant Avenue Cementon, Pa. Science Club . . . John V. Shankweiler Pre-Med Society. VIRGINIA A. PAPENHAUSEN, B.A. 355 E. Saddle River Road Upper Saddle River, N.J. Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Women’s Council 2, 3 . . . Business and Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Society for Advancement of Management, Treasurer 3, 4. PETER N. PAPPAS, B.S. 143-50 Ash Ave. Flushing, N.Y. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pi Beta Alpha, Vice-President 3 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. RICHARD G. PARKS, B.A. 1243 Chew Street Allentown, Pa. Wrestling . . . Band . . . Class Executive Council . . . Commuters Club. EDWARD P. PAULES, B.A. 201 Rhoads Ave. Haddonfield, N.J. Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . Phi Sigma Tau 2 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer 3, 4. SANDRA P. PEIFLY, B.A. 215 S. 4th Street Bangor, Pa. Der Deutsche Verein, Vice-President 3 . . . Bernheim House, As- sistant Head Resident 3 . . . German Honorary Fraternity . . . Delta Phi Nu. JOHN E. PETERS, B.A. Summit Apts. F3 Elaine Ave. Irwin, Pa. Freshman Football . . . Freshman Baseball . . . Varsity Baseball 3 . . . Cardinal Key 1, 2 ... Interfraternity Council Athletic Chairman 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Vigilance Chairman 4. DAVID R. PHILLIPS, B.S. 1027 Providence Road Secance, Pa. Men’s Dormitory Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball and Baseball . . . Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. LORRAINE M. PIZZOLA, B.S. 106 W. Chew Street Phila. 20, Pa. Education Society . . . Math Club . . . Women’s Council 2 . . . Mask and Dagger 1. JOHN G. PONCHAK. B.A. 19 Codington Street Raritan, N.J. Basketball, Captain . . . Baseball . . . Varsity “M” Club. President . . . Education Society . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. PAUL G. PREUSS, B.A. 7905 78th Road Glendale 27, N.Y. IFC 3, 4 . . . Education Society 4 . . . Class Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Name Entertainment Committee 4 . . . Intramu- ral Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, President 4. JOYCE O. RABERT, B.S. R.D. 2 New Tripoli, Pa. Delta Phi Nu 1, 2, 3 . . . Ciarla 4 . . . WMUH 2, 3. 195 JOANN M. REEDER, B.A. 1162 Providence Rd. Springfield, Pa. Weekly, Assistant City Editor 2, 3, News Editor 2, 3 ... Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary 3, 4 . . . Lambda Epsilon Delta 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Court Investigator 3, 4 . . . Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3 . . . Communications Com- mittee Chairman 2, 3 ... Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 2, 3, 4 . . . Who’s Who 3, 4. KARL R. REICHSTADTER, B.A. R D. 3 Lehighton, Pa. Der Deutsche Verein . . . Delta Phi Alpha. CHARLES I. RHOADES, B.A. 120 South Green Street Nazareth, Pa. Baseball 1, 2 ... Big Brother Program 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN M. RIEGER, B.A. 524 Main Street Hellertown, Pa. Muhlenberg College Choir . . . Lutheran Student Association . . . Muhlenberg Christian Association . . . Creative Arts Workshop. WALTER P. RISLEY, B.S. 222 Noble street Kutztown, Pa. EMIL A. ROGERS, B.A. 923 S. Clinton Ave. Trenton 10, N.J. JOHN B. ROSENBERG, B.A. 2204 Walnut Street Allentown, Pa. Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball 1 . . . Freshman Soccer 1 . . . Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Beta Alpha 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation Committee 4 : Tau Kappa Epsilon, Rushing Chairman 3, 4. MICHAEL L. ROTHMAN, B.S. 609 Mahoning Street Lehighton, Pa. J.V. Shankweiler Pre-Med Society . . . Soccer 2 . . . Golf 2 . . . Intramural Sports . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman. JON F. ROY, B.A. Stillwater, N.J. HENRY C. RUSSOLI, B.A. 390 Green Street Allentown, Pa. JONATHAN D. SATINSKY, B.S. 2644 Sorento Road Phila. 31, Pa. Weekly 1, 2 ... WMUH . . . Executive Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. JOHN R. SAUERWEIN, B.A. 369 Station Ave. Haddonfield, N.J. Men ' s Glee Club 2 . . . Choir 3 . . . Opera Workshop 2 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3 . . . MCA 2, 3, 4 . . . IFC Coordinating Com- mittee . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hegemon. EDWARD C. SCHMIDT, B.A. 4026 Shelmire Ave. Phila. 36, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon. IRVIN R. SCHMOYER, B.S. 1515 S. Race Street Allentown, Pa. BENJAMIN S. SCHNESSEL, B.A. 78 Wyoming Street Carbondale, Pa. Soccer, Manager 3, 4 . . . Wrestling 1 . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . I-M Soccer 3, 4 . . . I-M Football 2, 3 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. DONALD A. SCHOENLY, B.A. 829 Herschel Road Phila. 16, Pa. Basketball 2, 3 . . . Track 2 . . . Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4 . . . Young Rep. Club 2 . . . Alpha Tau Omega. THOMAS SCHULZE, B.S. 105 Harding Ave. Hatboro, Pa. Freshman and Varsity Track 2, 3 . . . Science Club 4 . . . Varsity “M” Club 3,4. . . Lambda Chi Alpha. DAVID L. SCHWARTZ, B.A. 748 North 16th Street Allentown, Pa. Vet’s Club, Vice-President 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3. DAVID M. SCHWARTZ, B.A. 1 19 Church Street Catasauqua, Pa. Commuters Club . . . Chess Club . . . Chess Team . . . Phi Sigma Tau, President 3. ALMA M. SECHLER, B.S. 212 S. Fulton Street Allentown, Pa. Women’s Council 1 . . . Muhlenberg Opera Workshop 3 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4. BARRYLEE D. SEIP, B.S. R.D. 2 Bath, Pa. Commuters Club 1,2. . . Big Brother Program 3, 4. NICHOLAS J. SHEIDY, B.A. 30 River Road Brunswick, Maine Weekly 4 . . . Arcade 3, 4, Associate Editor 4 . . . WMUH 3, 4, Program Director 3, Station Manager 4 . . . MET 3, 4 . . . Mask and Dagger 4 ... Pi Delta Epsilon 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. 196 MICHAEL E. SHELBERT. B.S. 21 1 E. Belcrest PI. Belair, Maryland Band 1, 2, 3 . . . Cross-Country 2, 3 . . . Track 2, 3 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 3 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Athletic Chairman. SANDRA L. SHUPE, B.A. Creamery, Pa. Women ' s Council Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4 . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Education Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Sociological Society 3, 4 . . . Women ' s Honor Society 4 . . . Who ' s Who 4. KARL F. SIEFERT, B.A. 618 N. Penn Street Allentown, Pa. Delta Phi Alpha 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. EVELYN SIMON, B.A. Hampton, N.J. RUTH M. SMITH, B.S. R.D. 1 Wilkes Barre, Pa. Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3 . . . Varsity Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club. JANET E. SMITHSON, B.S. 34 E. Phila. Ave. Boyertown, Pa. Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls’ Varsity Basketball, Captain 4. LOUISE H. SOLL, B.A. 4218 Marple Street Phila. 36, Pa. Delta Phi Nu 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . .Pi Delta Epsilon 2, 3, 4 . . . Education Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Weekly 2, 3, 4 . . . Senior Counselor 3, 4 . . . Homecoming Chairman 4. JOHN D. SOLLIDAY, B.A. 342 W. Federal Street Allentown, Pa. Sociological Society, Vice-President 4. JOANNE R. STAHLEY, B.A. 1816 Pennsylvania Street Allentown, Pa. Lutheran Student Associaton . . . Sociology Club. EDWARD B. STAUFFER, B.A. 1200 Walnut Street Allentown, Pa. Intramural Baseball, Basketball, Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Economics Club 3. JANICE J. STEIGERWALT, B.S. Box 158 Andreas, Pa. Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L. STOLBER, B.S. 903 Kerper Street Phila. 1 1, Pa. Weekly Circulation Staff 1, 2 ... Ciarla 4 . . . Varsity Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. BARRY A. STOW, B.A. 2050 Allen Street Allentown , Pa. Freshman Orientation Committee, Executive Committee 3, 4 Political Science Club 2, 3 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Lambda Chi Alpha. MELVIN J. STRICKLAND, JR., B.A. 321 Date Street Warminster, Pa. Football 2, 3 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. DOROTHY E. STRINGER, B.A. 617 Bay view Drive Absecon, N.J. Delta Phi Nu . . . Weekly . . . Student Council Social Committee . . . Muhlenberg College Choir . . . Dormitory Council. STUART P. TAUBER, B.A. 279 Highland Road So. Orange, N.J. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Political Science Club 2, 3 . . Student Awareness Committee 4 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. SANDRA L. TAYLOR. B.A. Vernfield Road Morwood. Pa. MCA 2, 3, 4 . . . Institute of Faith 2 . . . College Choir 1,2, 3, 4 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 2, 3, 4 . . . Education Association 2, 3, 4 . . . Poetry Workshop 2, 3. JOHN F. TRUITT, B.A. 113 South 5th Street Darby, Pa. President Senior Class . . . Executive Council . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Student Council . . . Cardinal Key Society . . . Who ' s Who . . . Student Court Justice . . . Student Court Investigator. JOHN A. TURTZO, B.S. 38 E. Pennsylvania Ave. Pen Argyl, Pa. Newman Club Advisory Board 4 . . . John V. Shankweiler Pre- Med Society 2, 3, 4 . . . Marching Band 2 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Grammateus Secretary. RAY J. UEBERROTH. B.A. Route 1 Center Valley, Pa. BARBARA M. WAHL. B.A. Laurelwood Drive Mountain Lakes, N.J. MICHAEL L. WALKER, B.A. 1214 Harrison Street Phila. 24, Pa. Alpha Phi Ohi Omega . . . Student Court 1, 2, 3; President 4 . . . Mask and Dagger Society . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Corresponding Secretary. PATRICK J. WALSH, B.A. 945 N. 4th Street Reading, Pa. WMUH 2, 3 . . . Weekly 3, 4 . . . Arcade Editor 4 . . . PDE 4 . . . Publications Board 4 . . . Mermaid Tavern 4. BARRY E. WALTERS, B.A. 2027 Ferry Street Easton, Pa. Commuters Club 1 . . . Intramural Athletics 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE R. WARD, B.A. 1832 Turner Street Allentown. Pa. Weekly 1 . . . Arcade 1 . . . Mask and Dagger 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, 3, President 4 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 2, 3, 4 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4. OLIN S. WEBB. B.A. 514 Pine Street Catasauqua, Pa. Society for the Advancement of Management 3, 4. WILFORD A. WEBER, B.A. Pennsburg R.D. 1, Pa. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Football . . . Varsity Football 2 . . . Varsity Wrestling, Manager 3, 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hegemon 2, 3, 4. HAROLD J. WEBSTER, B.S. R.D. 2 Towanda, Pa. Newman Club . . . Wrestling 1 ... Pi Beta Alpha 3, 4. Secretary 4 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Pledge Trainer. LARRY F. WEIKEL, B.A. R.D. 2 Sellersville, Pa. Phi Sigma Iota 4 . . . Education Society 2, 3. 4. SIDNEY G. WEIKERT, B.A. R.D. 4 Gettysburg, Pa. Class President 2, 3 . . . Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 . . . “M” Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 3, 4 . . . WMUH, Sports Director 2, 3, 4 . . . Freshman Orientation, Chairman 3. 4 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-President 3, President 4. 197 RICHARD A. WEISENBACK, B.A. 741 Street Road Southampton, Pa. Men ' s Dormitory Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4 ... MCA . . . W.U.S. Drive 3 . . . President of MCA 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 1, 2, 3 ... Class Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council Sub-committee on Athletics 4. CAROL L. WEISER, B.S. 130 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave. Phila. 19, Pa. Choir 1, 2, 3 ... Arcade 1, 2, 3 . . . Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Director . . . Women’s Council 1, 2 . . . Delta Phi Nu 2, 3 . . . Alpha Psi Omega 4 . . . Senior Counse lor 4. JEFFREY A. WEISS, B.A. 2 Cornwell Street Rockville Centre, N.Y. Weekly Circulation Staff 1, 2 . . . Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Big Brother Program 3 . . . Mermaid Tavern Society 2, 3 ... WMUH 3 . . . Jazz Society 1, 2, 3 . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. DEAN J. WENTZ, B.A. 8357 Stockton Ave. Pennsauken, N.J. Alpha Phi Omega, President 3, 4 . . . Sociological Society 3, 4 . . . Vice-President Class of 1963 . . . Big Brother Program 2, 4 . . . Varsity Track 1,2. . . Varsity Cross-Country 1, 2 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Council. RICHARD S. WILL, B.S. 2937 Normandy Drive Phila. 14, Pa. Intramural Football 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer 3, 4 . . . Bowling 3 . . . Student Court Investigator 2, 3, 4 . . . Seeger’s Union Board of Directors 4 . . . Union Social Committee Chairman 4 . . . IFC Social Committee 3, 4 . . . Big Name En- tertainment Committee, Chairman 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau, Assistant Social Chairman 3, Social Chairman 4. HARRIET D. WORTHINGTON, B.A. 41 Van Reyper PI. Delta Phi Nu . . . Phi Epsilon Iota . . . Homecoming Queen 4 . . . Senior Counselor . . . Class Executive Committee. RODNEY P. WULFF, B.A. 513 Harristown Road Glen Rock, N.J. Intramural Sports . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Sociology Club 3, 4 . . . MCA. ALFRED L. YERGEY III, B.S. 2700 Carrell Lane Willow Grove, Pa. Band . . . Der Deutsche Verein. . . . Cross-Country Team, Captain 4 . . . Science Club, President 4 . . . Phi Kappa Tau. THOMAS R. YOCOM, B.S. 1 125 Queen Street Pottstown, Pa. Men’s Dormitory Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2 . . . Student Section of American Institute of Physics. JAMES S. YOST, B.A. 648 Clonmell Road Paulsboro, N.J. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Soccer 2 . . . Weekly 3 . . . Men’s Dormi- tory Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4 ... Edu- cation Society . . . Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM O. YOUNG, B.S. 839 Lott Street Shamokin, Pa. Pre-Med Club 2 . . . Science Club 2. JUDITH E. ZELLNER, B.A. 2015 S. Albert Street Allentown, Pa. Choir . . . Band 1,2. . . Commuters Club 1, 4. DELPHIN E. ZIMMERMANN, B.A. 25 1 Jefferson Ave. Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 198 PATRONS OF THE 963 CIARLA Gerald Mest Pharmacy Harold Stephens Company Orlando Diefenderfer, Inc. Nineteenth Street Theatre The Village Inn Call-Chronicle Newspapers Ace Hotel and Bar Supply Company H. A. Esterly Son H. Ray Haas Company Allen Laundry M. W. Wood, Inc. Evans Heeps Samuel D. Butz Agency, Inc. Reber Korn Company Haviland Inn Freeman’s Dairy Gentry Robins Apparel Shop Roger M. Krause, ’40 Dial Shoe Company, Inc. I. Simon Company, Inc. Classic Photo Laboratories, Inc. United Gas Improvement Jeddo-Highland Coal Company Lehigh Valley Dairy Kwik-Kafe of Allentown Sealtest Foods Division, National Dairy Products, Inc. C. E. Roth Central Plumbing and Heating Company, Inc. Owen Bastian, Inc. Elco Construction Corporation Junior Colony Rose Bowl Bud Kivert Trexler Lumber Company Penn Coat and Apron Supply Company, Inc. Apgar Oil Company Roxy Linoleum Company Americus Hotel Hotel Traylor Tiscios Esso Service Kern’s Class of 1964 Class of 1 965 Class of 1966 Frank F. Hausman Paving Company, Inc. Merin Studios — Your Yearbook Photographer Garret-Buchanan Company Rosemark Barber Shop Tony’s Campus Barber Shop Trexler Funeral Home Heimbach Baking Corporation Sanders Clothes Judd’s at the Americus Muhlenberg College is in a state of flux. The board of trustees and the administration have taken strides this past year toward the realization of what has been termed the Ten Year Plan. This is a comprehensive program designed to provide the college with the physical means to cater to the great tide of prospective students whose demands are ever growing beyond the college’s present capabilities. The 1962-63 academic year was witness to the completion of the initial phase of this development — the J. Con rad Seegers College Union. The physical renovation has been attended by a far-sighted and capable direction, so essential to the efficient utilization of the new facilities. Communication between the factions of student and faculty- administrative interests has been more effective, resulting in changes of policy — academic and otherwise — which generally can be said to reflect the true complexion of our college community. Through the legitimate channels of the student publications and political representation, the student body has been able to voice its opinion on such crucial matters as academic standards, social regulations, fiscal apportionment, and athletic policy. True, the voice is small and sometimes falls upon deaf ears, but the fact remains that the enlightened student demands an active role in determining his own direction. And Muhlenberg College is meeting this challenge. Indeed, the Ciarla too is in a state of flux. The 1963 edition is not a culmination of any long trend, nor does it seek to forge ahead in any radically new direction. Rather, it is a continuation of a metamorphosis which is as old as the publication itself. The 1963 Ciarla is more photographically reportorial than it is a iterary account of the academic year. This is not mere chance, for editorial policy is firmly founded upon the grounds that a good candid picture is worth many, many words. We trust that after leafing through your copy for the first time, you too are convinced of this. We have gone to great expense to provide you with as candid a self-portrait as possible, and it is our sincere wish that our efforts meet with your approval. Not only does the Ciarla serve as an easy reference for the students and faculty, but it acts as our most involved and comprehensive piece of literature — an advertisement for the college, in fact. There is always a tendency, therefore, for one in my position to attempt, at least, to lavish a yearbook with nothing but the complimentary and flattering events which draw credit to our institution. And if by chance we happen upon a year for which such editorializing does not appreciably betray the principles of good journalism, then, I think, we can all indulge in some well deserved back-slapping. The past year has been just such a year. Editor-in-Chief This book printed by VELV ATONE, a special process of litho graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method 200
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