Muhlenberg College - Ciarla Yearbook (Allentown, PA)

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1972 Cl ARLA Muhlenberg College Allentown Pennsylvania Staff: Karen Lynn, Susan DeRose, co-editors, Dave Alderfer, photography Editor, Mary Anne Tait, Hope Norcia, Club Editors, Susie Friedman, Business Manager. Contributers: Mari Gingher, Tricia Parenteau, Steve Holl, Dave Keer, Debbie Huey, Kathy Topping, Donna Bernardi, Steve Hammond, Sue Champion, Debbie Merill, Olga Calimidas, Di- ane Cotter, Karen Kreamer, Leslie Malone, Lynn Shanahan, Joe Galant, Jeff Brand, Bill Seaman, Ron Servi, Tracy Southworth, Chris Ward, Susan Kienzle. Muhlenberg is a small liberal arts college . . . [H m r EZm BSE . but to those of us who know Muhlenberg . . . mmoM j g| wil 1 nT! ft m wA Muhlenberg is September 13 Classes Begin 15 Opening Convocation 17 Cynthia Weidel 27 Multi-media Assembly 30 Dual Harpists October 1 Pajama Parade 1 The Importance of Being Earnest 2 Family Day 5 Franklin Woodwin Quintet 6 Sebastian Temple 6 The Grenadier Marching Band of England 7 Luther (Alpha Omega Players) 9 Big Name - Poco Seatrain 11 Dr. D. Morrisen 15 Film Series - Psycho 18 Ann Rylands, Violinist 22 Dedication of the Peter S. Trumbower Science Building 23 Homecoming 24 Pennsylvania Brass Quintet 25 Kenneth Adams, former director of the BBC 30 Halloween Dance November 4,5,6 Melange 6 Epsy Day 7 Mary Eleanor Brace, Cellist 12 Big Name - Melanie 13 Film Series - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 14 College Choir Concert 15 Peter van de Camp 23 Julliard Quartet 25-28 Thanksgiving Recess 29 Sidney Zion and Kevin Phillips December 1 Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra 3 Film Series - Fahrenheit 451 3 Senior Ball 7 College Band Concert 8- 11 Opera Work- shop-Madame Butterfly 9- 11 Macbeth 15 No Easy Mira- cle (Witten- berg Players) 15, 16 Candlelight Service 17 - Jan. 2 Christmas Recess 12 January February March April 3- 6 Reading Week 2 Film- Saturday 2 Art Lecture by 11 An Evening with Night and Sunday Joseph Richel Street 70 7-15 Final Exams Mornung 3 Film Series - Sons 11 Four Hand Piano 8 Movie- A Boy 4 Film Series - Last and Lovers Recital, Ludwig Named Year at Marienbad Lenel and David Charlie Brown 5 Lincoln Birthday 4 China Primer Reed 8 Peanut Butter Celebration Dance 6 Dr. Richard Parizek 12 Miguel Rubio, Eating Contest and Hoagie King Crowning 6 Student Body Presi- Classical Guitarist 16-24 Semester Break dential Election 13 Andex Commercials 8 Ann Rylands, Artists 25 Union Board Violinist 7 The Cage Film - The 14 Film - Taming of Incredible Shrinking 9 Dr. Theodore Hetzel 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, Hello Dolly the Shrew Man 10 St. Olaf Choir 16 College Choir Concert 13 College Band Concert 26 Union Board Concert Art Night 11 Film Series - Bonnie 17 Mark Van Doren, and Clyde 13 Mr. Valarian Poet 27 Art Lecture by N estorov John Keech 15 Chronicles of Hell 18 Tom Noel as Mark (Institute of Faith) 13 Student Council Twain 27 Stan Burns, Election Ventriloquist 16 Dr. Jameson Jones 17 Dr. Don Wrede 19 Honors Convocation 19 Junior Prom 17 Russian Wrestlers 19 Eugene Platt, Poet 28 Roger Ailes 19 Madrigal Singers 20 Cy Griffen 20,21 20 Senator Harold E. Modern Dance Hughes Concert 20 Class Officer 22 Harold Wilson, Elections former Prime Min- ister of England 24 Gene Shepard 23 Institution of Sound 24 Parkland Senior High Concert School Chorus Concert 24 Preservation Hall Jazz Band 25 Big Name - Sha- 25 Instrumental na-na Ensemble 28 Film - All the King ' s Men 26 Edwin Newman 29 - April 9 Spring 27,28,29 Recess Three One Act Plays 28 Film - The Making of the President - 1968 29 ODK Carnival 29 Film Series - I am Curious (Yellow) 30 Spring Sing May Dr. Otto Bremer Psychic Phenomena Film - Black History: Lost, Stolen, Strayed? All- Sports Banquet, Pete Retzlaff , Speaker ,5,6 Three Blind Mice Reading Week Final Exams Graduation 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 « • :+ , ►•’ , v; n " t ; : .x Sr :■ -. ■ • ... - (V f i«Vv v. - H (, •• ' “♦ A ' v r Z. - + ' » 22 23 24 25 26 27 LUTHER Alpha Omega Players 29 30 Dr. Morrisen, Syracuse University Sebastian Temple 31 35 jWr 37 38 39 The Fight for BEER at GEORGE ' S -wr w w ,m , ■ j ' ■ I 41 49 m WWW Senior Ball I Jj X A A- - ■; , 1 1 4 4 1- . m mgak Wn i - -jgdfcjpy a4wT Jy4 «Jp feaMMBP 3KaL ' i BBRiBBF : ]gm ' SEIUbl jj m , 51 52 53 I 54 55 57 58 59 62 63 64 ian Nestorov 65 Junior Prom 67 68 71 Street 70 e Ilorug ; 73 Tom Noel as Mark Twain 74 76 You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water ' s Running The Uprising by Craig Impink The Zoo Story by Edward Albee 77 80 81 ■fewi 84 85 r 1 » " » dr ” 9x1 tin f . i 87 89 Rev. David Bremer, Chaplai - er , Biology Ana Metzger, reign Languages rainer, Biology—; Dr. Richard Dr. David Stehly, Chemistry T)r. Truman Koehler Mathem x imimy . trinm ji ■ minmi »ij.««rrnr i i immirm ; Dr. Rylipi Sinha Sc ' ofiomHjs r: ,,, , ,„ KT , | ,in m rut 1 1 1 1 1 1 M-HTHi r XXTW ' , Kenneth Moyer, Physical Education ; Samuel Beidleman, Physical Education j f John Voyatzis, j Economics ni. T TTrrr.iTtjrir Dr. John W ir. Josem Sociolcr Ms. Jean Hechi cation wnaxM Richards. Economics Chairman English :rt Milligan, Physics Anthoi «n lifmiimiMJc oiro J, Benjamin Wissle tysics Renvi H ■ ■ ; i : A 1 J JJ Fredrick RolAson, Music During our four years at Muhlenberg College the key word seems to have been " change” and the prevailing attitude " apathy. " Thus we decided to attempt to ignite a spark of interest by changing the manner in which the CIARLA has traditionally been handled. In order for you, as a Muhlenberg student, to understand the 1972 CIARLA it is necessary for us to briefly explain what we have set out to do in theses few hundred pages. Tradition has been broken, as it has been many times in these past four years, by employing four booklets in place of one hard- bound volume. These four booklets were carefully designed to resemble other college publica- tions which the Muhlenberg student encounters during his college years. The sports ' book re- presents a football program, the club book represents the college " M " Book, and the senior book represents the freshman " pig” book. Although the candid book was originally designed to represent tine college catalogue, during the process of development it evolved into a pictorial essay of what Muhlenberg College is. We hope that our attempt to bring new life to the CIARLA will help dissipate some of the apathy which seems to plague the Muhlenberg campus. Before closing up shop we wish to extend heartfelt thanks to all those who contributed their time and thoughts to the production of this yearbook. Special thanks go to Dave Alderfer, our photo editor, Mary Anne Tait, Hope Norcia, Sue Champion, Sue Friedman, Bob Booth, Bill Arm- old and Mr. Donald Moore, our faculty advisor. Finally we must mention Bill O ' Brien, our yearbook representative, who managed to survive the many problems we faced in putting to- gether this book. yf Ti vn ' . !VtV " -Y If. ' | V ' ■ .- SENIOR DIRECTORY OF MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 1971-1972 SENIOR DIRECTORY OF MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 1972 Published By The Ciarla Staff Of Muhlenberg College CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Achando Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. Ardnt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barlage Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Barr Dr. and Mrs. Norton L. Behney Lt. Col. and Mrs. Metro Bodnyk Dr. and Mrs. John R. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Buss Mr. and Mrs. James Colbourne Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. DeRose Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. DeSocio Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Detwiler, Jr. A. F. Dick Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Glaser, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Hostetter Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Impink Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwin Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Kunkel Mr. and Mrs. Dudley G. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacIntyre Bob and Wanda MacMullen Robert E. and Anna M. Major Charlotte and Milton Milavsky Mr. and Mrs. Alden F. Mullins Mr. and Mrs.Lloyd Reichley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schwarz Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Feryl L. Spanninger Att’y and Mrs. Elias Spengler Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Steinhilber Dr. and Mrs. Marcel S. Sussman Fred G. T homas, Jr. ‘36 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Topping Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Toth Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Victor Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Wehrung The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin E. Wisser, Jr. Sharon Lee Achando 626 Roosevelt Ave. Bethehem, Pa. Psychology College Band, Women’s Varsity Basketball, Intramurals, Educa- tion Society, Tutoring, Campus Girl Scouts, Psi Chi. Donald D. Atkiss, II 1903 Surrey Rd. Oreland, Pa. Economics Phi Kappa Tau (House Manager), Institution of Sound, Circle K, MMA, Freshman Orientation Committee, J V. Basketball, Intramurals. Janet Robin Barbour Deep Creek Rd. Perkiomenville, Pa. Social Sciences Executive Council, Tutoring Co- Coordinator, Women’s Varsity Field Hockey (Co-Captain), Le- high Valley College Council of Volunteers Representative, Brown Hall Vice-President, Joint Council, Women’s Council, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Candace Lee Barr 163 W. Pennsylvania Ave. Chalfont, Pa. French Delta Phi Nu (Treasurer), Phi Sigma Iota (President), Phi Beta Kappa, Russian Club. Robert Lee Amend 307 Hobart St. Gordon, Pa. History Alpha Tau Omega, Cardinal Key Society, Intramurals. Trois Atteberry Meredith Neck Rd. Meredith, N.H. Social Sciences Pompon Girls. Linda Maire Barlage 6 Knox Rd. Eastchester, N Y. Biology Ecology Club, Tutoring, Chapel Choir, Women’s Council, Walz Vice-President Eddie Reni Battle 3136 North Camac St. Philadelphia, Pa. Political Science Varsity Fencing (Co-Captain). Linnea Ruth Anderson 497 Poplar Lane East Meadow, N.Y. Sociology Executive Council, Tutoring. Geoffrey Axe 1220 Meinel Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. English Arcade (Editor), Pi Delta Epsilon, Freshman Council, Dramatics. Clifford I. Barnett 1739 Academy Lane Havertown, Pa. Social Science Zeta Beta Tau, J V. Basketball Allan Howard Beeber 466 South Center St. Orange, N.J. Chemistry Sigma Phi Epsilon (Faculty- Student Relations Co-ordinator), Flying Club, Chess Club. Everett Dennis Arndt 227 Pine St. Emmaus, Pa. Economics Intramurals. Daniel Forbes Ayres 1 14 East Cedar Lake Denville, N.J. History Lambda Chi Alpha (Secretary), Varsity Football. Susan Marie Barnhart 2726 Elbridge St. Philadelphia, Pa Psychology Tutoring, Intramurals, Women’s Council. Patricia Ann Beech 1800 North 16th St. Reading, Pa. Russian Studies — German Chape! Choir, Atlar Guild, Ger- man Club (President), Russian Club (President), German House (President), Executive Council, Joint Council. Norton Lewis Behney Jr. 22 South Robeson St. Psychology Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity Golf, Intramurals. Sharon Lee Berry 1509 Monroe Ave. Dunmore, Pa. English — French Executive Council, Young Repub- licans Club, Students on Faculty Committees Committee, Phi Sig- ma Iota, Sigma Tau Delta (Secre- tary-Treasurer). Christopher Reid Boates 26 Carluke Way Toronto, Ontario English-Russian Studies Alpha Tau Omega (Vice-presi- dent and Secretary), Executive Council, Ice Hockey Club, Var- sity Soccer. I Robert Michael Bonchack 1003 A W. Race St. Pottsville, Pa. History — Political Science. James Allen Benjamin 16 William Pi. Glen Rock, N.J. Social Science Phi Kappa Tau (Rush Chairman), Executive Council, Resident As- sistants (President), Union Board, College Council, East Pakistan Drive (District Chairman), Rus- sian Club, Orientation Advisor, Tutoring, Intramurals. Gerard William Berwind 78 Spruce Ave. Bethpage, N Y. Philosophy. Elaine Margaret Bock 85 Fawn Hill Rd Upper Saddle River, N.J. Economics Business And Economics Club, Delta Phi Nu, Union Board (Pub- licity Chairman, Coffee House Committee), Lambda Epsilon Delta. Neil A. Bond 3605 St. Lawrence Ave. Reading, Pa. English Varsity Cross Country, Track, In- tramurals, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Tau Delta. John M. Berezny R D 1 Coopersburg, Pa. Russian Studies Chess Club (President). Keith Louis Bildstein 1 1 Round Top Rd. Warren, N.J. Biology Student Council. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Roy Bors-Koefoed 9 Fairview Ave. Paramus, N.J. Biology. Donna B. Bernardi 2248 Hamilton St Allentown, Pa English Sigma Tau Delta, Mask and Dagger. Michael John Bill 2685 Woodside Rd Bethlehem, Pa Physics Sigma Pi Sigma. John S. Bowen 304 Springhouse Lane Moorestown, N.J. Social Science Freshman Orientation Commit- tee, Phi Kappa Tau (Sargeant), Intramurals, Varsity Basketball. Michael John Bodnvk R D 2 Kutztown, Pa. Political Science- Pre-Theological Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling. David F. Bollinger Route 1 Danielsville, Pa. Political Science Barbara Ann Breinig 1231 Susquehanna St Rydal, Pa. Sociology Women’s Varsity Field Hockey, Brown Hall President, Tutoring, Joint Council Donald J. Burkhardt 1 Reynolds Rd Pequannock, N.J. Social Science Varsity Cross Country, Lambda Chi Alpha. Laurie Jeanne Cameron 2 Valley Rd. Sparta, N.J French Spanish Club, Phi Sigma Iota. David Hodges Childs ; 7 Westerly Way Severna Park, Md. Economics — Social Science Ice Hockey Club, Ski Club, Var- sity Soccer, Intramurals. Barry Steven Brenner 208 Cliffwood Rd. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Tau Kappa Epsilon (Vice-Presi- dent), Executive Council, Intra- murals. KeriLyn Burrows 728 Chapel St Catasauqua, Pa. Chemistry Education Society, Tutoring, Din- ing Committee. Michael DeWitt Carv R.D. 1 Oxford, N.J. Political Science Varsity Cross Country (Captain), Varsity Track, John Marshall Pre- Law Society. Joanne C. Cihylik 614 N. 11th St. Allentown, Pa. Sociology Paul Budline 1514 W Hilhland St. Allentown, Pa. Economics Varsity Track (Co-Captain), In- tramurals, Pocket Billiards Cham- pion, " M Club. Robert William Buss 56 Tallmadge Ave. Chatham, N.J Social Science Men’s Dormitory Judicial Board Justice, Resdient Assistant (Head Resident Assistant), Alpha Tau Omega (Rush Chairman, Worthy Sentinel) Intramurals. Laurence S. Chaise 21 1-3S 2.3rd Ave. Bayside, N Y, Natural Science Cardinal Key Society, Hillel (Sec- retary), Big Brother, Tutoring, Ski Club Arthur Jay Cohen 210 Colonial East Apts. Cherry Hill, N J. Political Science Christine Anita Budzyko 2631 Walnut St. Allentown, Pa Economics — Accounting Executive Council, Young Repub- licans (Secretary), Business and Economics Club, Newman Asso- ciation, Commuters’ Club, Major- ette Squad (Assistant Captain). Jane Ellen Byrnes 94 Morris St. Nazareth, Pa. History Delta Phi Nu (Secretary, Vice- President), MET, Executive Council, MMA, Intramurals. Stephen J ohn Chaszar Box 304 Springtow n, Pa. Political Science College Choir, Student Court At- torney, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intra- murals. John Peter Cokefair 1414 E. Susquehanna St. Allentown, Pa. English Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity Foot- ball, Intramurals. Gloria Suzanne Colborn 104 Bella Dr. Broomall, Pa. Psychology — Social Science Executive Council, Intramurals, Cycling Club, East Pakistan Committee, Ski Club. Glenn D. Cordner 46 Linden Pi. Summit, N.J. Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon. Thomas Paul Crockett 5 Country Club Dr. idanchester, Conn. jUistory 3 hi Kappa Tau (President, Rush phairman), Varsity Football, All dAC, Third Team All State, Var- sity Lacrosse, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. I Draig Daniel :318 South Lumber St. vllentown. Pa. 5 hysics Jeanne Lynn Colbourne 40 Surges St. Staten Island, N Y. Mathematics Intramurals, Band, Photography, Education Society. Elviria A. Comunale 832 North Garibaldi Ave. Roseto, Pa Social Science Delta Phi Nu, Ecology Club, Tu toring. Margaret Ann Coughlin 2618 Nazareth Rd. Easton, Pa. English Sigma Tau Delta. Christy Eileen Croom 23 Meadowbrook Dr. Somerville, N.J. Biology Delta Phi Nu, Women’s Council (Vice-president), Joint Council, intramurals. Pamela Helene Coyle 1 1 Royal Rd. Danbury, Conn. Humanities Lambda Epsilon Delta, Union Board (Coffeehouse Chairman), Delta Phi Nu, Arcade, Young Republicans, Festival of the Arts. Christine W. Czarniecki 41 Arizona Rd -South North Babylon, N.Y. Biology Big Sister, Chapel Choir. Steven Andrew Danis R.D. 2 Coopersburg, Pa. Sociology Deborah Anne Deegan 1622 N. New St. Bethlehem, Pa. Music College Choir, Commuters Club, MM A. Costa Constantinou Motor Truck Co. P.O. Box 532 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Economics Keith Chad Craley 710 Parkside Ave. Reading, Pa Social Science Resident Assistant, Lambda Chi Alpha (President, Steward). Christel Czossek 302 Evergreen Dr. Moorestown, N.J German Women’s Varsity Field Hockey, Student Council (Secretary). David Lloyd Deily 18 E. Berger St Emmaus, Pa. Economics — Accounting Intramurals, Varsity Golf. Robert E. Dennen 12 Madison Rd Wellesley, Mass. Political Science Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramurals Nicholas Charles Diakon 216 Scherrer St. Cranford, N.J. Biology President Pro Tempore, Class of 1975, Student Council (Big Name Chairman), Phi Kappa Tau (Vice- President and Social Chairman), Varsity and J.V. Basketball, Car- dinal Key Society (President and Vice-President), Resident Assist- ant, Intramurals, Who’s Who. Thomas Richard Dunkel 2212 Shawnee Path Scotch Plains, N.J. Social Science Varsity Football, Phi Kappa Tau (Recording Secretary). Larry Steven Eisenfield 1509 Berlin Rd. Cherry Hill, N.J. Natural Science Cardinal Key Society, Executive Council, Jack Kringle Scholarship Recipient. Susan Marie DeRose Belview Rd Phillipsburg, N.J. English Education Society (President), Sigma Tau Delta, Intramurals, Ciarla (1972 Co- Editor). Kenneth W. Dick 168 So. Ridgedale Ave. East Hanover, N.J Economics Varsity Football, Varsity Wres- tling. John P. Eisemann 233 Paul Dr. Moorestown, N.J. Social Science Varsity Soccer, Intramurals, Modern Dance Programs, Dra- matics. Peter Robert Epprecht Trooper Rd R. D. 1 Norristown, Pa. Social Science WMUH. David Alan Detwiler Box 64 Kimberton, Pa Physics Omicron Delta Kappa (Vice- President), Society of Physics Students (President), College Choir, Sigma Phi Epsilon (Comp- troller), MCA, Varsity Baseball, World University Service (Chair- man), MMA, Who’s Who, MCA. Edward Francis DiYanni 21 Randolph Ave. Dover, N.J Economics — Accounting Phi Kappa Tau (Treasurer), Resi- dent Assistant, Who’s Who, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Intramural Student Supervisor and Coordina- tor, Muhlenberg Scholar- Athlete, Varsity Football (Co-Captain), Varsity Baseball (Captain). Richard Franklin Eisen 1216 Sandringham Rd Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Natural Science Weekly (Circulation Editor), Hil- lel (Treasurer), College Band, Ski Club, Zeta Beta Tau (Social Chairman ). Richard M. Eslinger 1745 Lincoln Ave. Northampton, Pa. Physics Society of Physics Students, Weekly (Circulation Staff), Zeta Beta Tau (Social Brother). Richard Paul DeWalt 2930 Cornwall Rd Bethlehem, Pa Political Science Joanne Elizabeth Doty 34 Stearns Rd Scituate, Mass. French College Choir, Phi Sigma Iota. Mitchell Eisenberg 2146 Glenview St. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Cardinal Key Society (Secretary), Phi Epsilon Pi, Weekly (Circula- tion Staff). Barry Joel Evans 102 Henley Rd Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Zeta Beta Tau (President), Cardi- nal Key Society, Varsity Lacrosse Carl F. Evans 842 Patterson Park Ave. Baltimore, Md. Social Science Lambda Chi Alpha (President), Resident Assistant, Varsity Foot- ball, Intramurals, Association of Black Collegians (President), Joann Fahnestock 2425 Sheridan St. Williamsport, Pa. Sociology. Carol Laureen Fisher Shenkel Rd. R.D. 2 Pottstown, Pa. Social Science Executive Council, College Choir, Intramurals. Wayne Lee Garrett 105 Robin Hood La. Aston Twp., Pa. Chemistry Young Republicans Club (Chair- man), Student Court Justice, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Weekly (Advertis- ing Manager), Omicron Delta Kappa (Secretary-Treasurer), Pi Delta Epsilon, Who’s Who, Ski Club. Craig E. Evans 1803 Elizabeth Ave. Laureldale, Pa Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Psi Chi, Exec- utive Council, Intramurals. Alita A. Farrugia 216 N. Second St Emmaus, Pa. Russian Studies Republican Club, Russian Club, Commuters’ Club. Brian C. Flynn 104 Larchmont Rd. Elmira, N Y. Political Science Executive Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramurals. Mary Anne Geisel 242 S. 3rd St. Lehighton, Pa. Sociology Women’s Council, Women’s Var- sity Basketball, Tennis, Majorette Squad. Roger Lester Evans 148 Revere St Ext. Waterbury, Conn. Social Science Alpha Tau Omega (Pledge Com- mittee). John Arthur Fegley 38 Oak Crest Dr Brookfield. Conn Sociology Alpha Phi Omega (Secretary), Tau Kappa Epsilon, College Band, MMA, Institution of Sound. Chess Club. Scott Joseph Fruchter 3400 Circle Ave. Reading, Pa Philosophy Student Mobilization Committee, MET, Eta Sigma Phi Henry W. Geisinger 300 Dotts St. Pennsburg, Pa Biology Vivian Elizabeth Evans 283 Lynn Dr Franklin Lakes, N.J English MMA, Women ' s Lacross. Larry Bruce Feldman 1471 Joel Dr. Ambler. Pa. Natural Science Big Brother John Anthonv Galante 1237 North 16th St Allentown, Pa. Natural Science Ski Club, Spelunking Club, Tutor- ing, Art Show. Deborah Snyder German 124 N. West St. Allentown, Pa. Psychology Wendla Louise Gilbert P.O. Box 1206 Montrose, Colo. Social Science Union Board (Treasurer), Student Affairs Committee, Ski Club, Executive Council, Freshman Orientation Advisor, Phi Alpha Theta. Larry R. Glazerman 9957 Alicia St. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Forensic Socielty, (Treasurer), Band, WMUH, Cardinal Key So- ciety, Mask and Dagger, Tutor- ing, Institution of Sound, Hillel. Jeffrey Lee Goodling 820 S. Jefferson St. Allentown, Pa. Mathematics Russian Club Math Club, Zeta Beta Tau (Treasurer), Academic Scholarship. Susan Colleen Gray 301 Irwin St. Phillipsburg, N.J. English Weekly, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Russian Club, Sigma Tau Delta, Intramurals. Mary Ellen Gingher 107 Brookside Ave. Caldwell, N.J English Union Board (President, Special Events, Publicity), Who’s Who, National Student Register, Sigma Tau Delta. Lamda Epsilon Delta (Sec.-Treas. ), Freshman Advisor, Big Sister Richard J. Goldberg 1606 Hereford Rd. Hewlett, N Y. Economics Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Coun- cil, Class Treasurer, Class Presi- dent, Student Council, Convoca- tions Committee, Pakistan Refu- gee Fund Drive Committee Chairman, National Student Reg- ister, Who ' s Who. Kenneth George Gordon 715 Ormond Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. History Ski Club, Band, Intramurals, Car- dinal Key Society. Carol Ann Gregory 531 Madison Ave. Fort Washington, Pa. History Intramurals. Martha Jo Glantz 63 IndianTrail Rd. Barrington, 111. History Majorette Squad (Captain), Weekly (Assistant News Editor, Associate Editor), Phi Alpha The- ta Lambda Epsilon Delta, Fresh- man Advisor. Leon F. Gonzalez 29 Scrub Oaks Rd Dover, N.J. Social Science Lambda Chi Alphia, Varsitv Foot- ball, I ce Hockey Club, Va rsitv Lacrosse. Lorraine E. Graeflin 432 ‘ 2 N. 4th St. Allentown, Pa. Mathematics Intramurals, Math Club. Robert Alfred Greiner 1 18 Cleveland Dr Croton-on-Hudson, N Y. Economics — Accounting Chapel Choir, Economics and Business Club, Intramurals, Tu- toring. Cahty A. Glaser 29 Lincoln La Simsbury, Conn. Social Sciences Ciarla (1971 Co-Editor), Brown Hall President, Women ' s Council, Festival of the Arts, Color Guard Freshman Orientation, Pi Delta Epsilon. Diane Persing Goodling 820 S. Jefferson St. Allentown. Pa Psychology Psi Chi Susan Eileen Grassi 802 Charles Rd Phillipsburg, N.J. Psychology Delta Phi Nu (President. V ice- President) Beta Sigma Phi, Wom- en s Council, Dorm Council, In- tramurals. Elizabeth Ann Griffith 303 Wellington Ave. Lincoln Park — Reading, Pa English Executive Council, Sigma Tau Delta (President ). David H. Grossman 919 Laburnum La. Wyncote, Pa. Natural Science Thomas H. Hansen 30 Limewood Rd. Levittown, Pa. English and History Alpha Tau Omega (Treasurer), Intramurals, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Weekly. Dale Lowell H ava 15 Normandy Dr. Parsippany, N.J Sociology Varsity Basketball (Co-Captain, MAC Honorable Mention), Phi Kappa Tau (Pledgemaster, Athlet- ic Chiairman), Circle K (Presi- dent, Sec-Treasurer), Freshman Advisor, AAl Scholarship, Cap- tain ' s Council, Intramurals. Eleanor Louise Heckman 1807 Twining Rd. Willow Grove, Pa. Mathematics Education Society, Math Club (Treasurer), Women’s Council, MCA Executive Council (Social Chairman), Chapel Choir. Greta Gayle Gustafson 305 South 19th St Lewisburg, Pa French Phi Sigma Iota, Ciarla, Intramur- als. Vicki Eileen Harding 18 Buttonwood Dr. Somerset, N.J. Social Science 1968 Homecoming Committee, Institution of Sound. Harry A. Hayden 6107 Nasau St. Philadelphia, Pa Social Science. Charles E. Henry 508 Periwinkle Pi. Easton Pa. Economics Phi Kappa Tau (Social Member). Geoffrey W. Hamilton 7 Jackson Ave. Chatham, N.J Economics — Accounting Ski Club, Ice Hockey Club, Var- sity Lacrosse, Varsity Football — All M.A.C. Team, All-Lutheran College (2nd Team). Christopher Alan Haring 6 Piedont Dr Princeton. N.J English Phi Kappa Tau (Chaplain), Var- sity Cross Country and Track, In- tramurals, Mask and Daggar, M.M.A., Student Council, Cirri- culum Committee, College Choir, Institution of Sound ( Director), Who’s Who. Craig Earl Heaslip 5107 Lamsino Dr. Charlotte, N.C History Varsity Track, Ice Hockey Club, Executive Council Barbara Marie Heppt 132 Maryland Ave. Freeport, N Y. Psychology Psi Chi, Tutoring. Paul Buxton Hansen South Branch Rd Flagtown, N.J Psychology Varsity Track, Young Republicans Club, Intramurals Susan Ann Hartung 740 Pawnee St. Bethlehem, Pa Classics Eta Sigma Phi, Chapel Choir. Norman Frank Heckel 1980 Walker Ave. Union, N.J. Economics — Acocounting WMUH (Air Personality, Busi- ness Manager, Public Relations), Alpha Phi Omega (Publicity, His- torian ). Susan Elizabeth Herr Catskill Court Belle Mead, N.J Psychology Phi Sigma Iota (Secretary). Psi Chi, Class Committees, Tutoring. Ronald T. Herzick 39 Pleasant Hill Rd. Succasunna, N.J. Social Science Edwin C. Hostetter II 745 South Grant St. Palmyra, Pa. Economics — Accounting Business and Economics Club, Intramurals, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Debra Ann Huey Route 1 Mohrsville, Pa. Natural Science Executive Council, Women’s Var- sity Field Hockey, Women’s Var- sity Basketball, Intramurals, Chapel Choir, MMA, Gym Club, Pre-Medical Society Ciarla. Harris C. Itkin 676 Westfield St. Middletown, Conn. Social Science Lambda Chi Alpha, Dorm Coun- selor, Executive Council, Dining Committee. Stephen Otto Hessler 32 Wheatland Ave. Shillington, Pa. Political Science Phi Kappa Tau, Omicron Delta Kappa, Counselling Committee, Who’s Who, Student Council (Treasurer), Student Loan Com- mittee, Special Entertainment Comittee Chairman, Ski Club, Student Council (Vice President, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Freshman Orientation Chairman, Intramurals, College Convaca- tions Committee, Assembly Chairman John Roland Houck, Jr. 6117 Westridge Blvd Edina, Minn. Honors Biology Forensic Society (Secretary, Treasurer), Stage Lighting (Director), Tutoring. Robert Lenard Hufgard 2432 South Sxith St. Allentown, Pa. Psychology Psi Chi William B. Jacobowitz 377 S. Harrison St. East Orange, N.J. Psychology Psi Chi, Varsity Baseball, H i I lei. Intramurals. Anthony Allen Heyl Barnes La. Allentown, Pa. History Phi Alpha Theta. Earl J. Houseknecht, Jr. 1020 Mercer Dr Haddonfield, N.J Social Science Executive Council, Intramurals Bonnie Lvnn Husted R D 1 Foxhill Rd Califon, N.J. English Jennifer Anne Jacobs 168 Grandv iew Ave. North Caldwell, N J English Women’s Council, Dorm Council, Sigma Tau Delta. Malcolm Lester Hoffman R. 1 Main Blvd Allentown, Pa. Physics Thom as Ralph Hubbard 268 Riversville Rd. Greenwich, Conn. Spanish Varsity Fencing, Spanish Club. Craig Impink 2404 Prospect Ave Allentown, Pa. English Mask i Dagger Society (Presi- dent and Vice-President) Alpha Psi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta, MMA, Arcade, Weekly, Muhlen- berg Board of Associates, MCA Players, Freshman Orientation Committee. Lynn Carol Jaeschke 18 Northwood Dr. Downingtown. Pa Psychology Class Secretary, Executive Coun- cil, Education Society, Dining Committee, Junior Prom Queen Mogens Jepsen RD. 2 Riverbend Rd. Allentown, Pa. Economics — Accounting Business Economics Club, Chess Club, Commuters Club, Intramurals. Susan Diane Johnston 3263 Pine Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Psychology — Social Science Executive Council, Women’s Var- sity Basketball, Women’s Varsity Tennis Junior Prom (Co-Chair- man), Soph-Frosh Decorations (Co-Chairman ). Suzanne Elise Kehm 2233 Catasauqua Rd. Bethlehem, Pa. Sociology Commuter’s Club, (Vice-Presi- dent) Women’s Council, Dining Committee. Joanne Elizabeth Klutz 515 N. Temple Blvd. Temple, Pa. Psychology Women’s Varsity Basketball (Manager), College Choir, Tutor- ing, Campus Girl Scouts, Intra- murals. Carolyn M. Johansson 710 Brodhead St. Easton, Pa. Spanish Phi Sigma Iota. Lana Marie Joyce 1900 North Fifth St. Stroudsburg, Pa. Psychoogy Psi Chi. Sallie A. Keller 638 Evergreen St. Emmaus, Pa. English Colorguard Squad (Head), Ar- cade. Michael Howard Kovall 520 Oritani PI. Teaneck, N.J. Naturla Science Cardinal Key Socieltv, Intramur- als. Susan Ives Johnson 66-12 Central Ave. Glendale, NY. Psychology WMUH (AM Director) Pi Delta Epsilon (Treasurer), MMA, MCA, Ciarla, Tutoring, Union Board (Coffeehouse Committee ). Keith Marcus Keenly 2004 South Law St. Allentown, Pa Biology Daniel Janes Kerbacher 203 S. Second St. Coplav, Pa. Biology Junior Prom Committee, Cirkc K. Alpha Phi Omega , WMUH (Chief Engineer), Weekly, Ski Club. Karen Kreamer 569 Charles Dr. King of Prussia. Pa. Biology Chapel Choir, Women’s Council, Women’s Varsity Tennis, Wom- en ' s Varsity Basketball. Richard Craig Johnston 74 Steeplechase Rd Devon, Pa Political Science Varsity Soccer, Intramurals, Rus- sian Club. David H. Keer 12 Lincoln Ave. Livingston, N.J. Political Science Forensic Society, Concert Band, Executive Council. Men’s Dorm Court, Weekly, Ciarla Photogra- phy Staff, Intramurals, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pre-L aw Society. Mark Edward Kinni 155 Main St. Glen Rock, N.J Natural Science Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals, Executive Council, 1971 Home- coming Queen Committee, Pre- Med Society, Dining Committee. David Scott Krenkel 33 Darby Dr. Huntington Station, N.Y. Economics Tau Kappa Epsilon Catherine Susan Kuba Paul F. Kuhn Helen Marie Kunes John C. Kunkel 49 West King St. 292 Gordon Dr. 340 William St. R D 2, Box 5 Danbury, Conn. Paramus, N J. Towanda, Pa. Kempton, Pa. Mathematics College choir. Chapel Choir, Opera Workshop, Altar Guild, Der Deutsche Verein, Weekly, Education Society, Teacher Edu- cation Committee History English MCA (Social Action Comm Co- Chairman), Chapel Choir. Sociology Student Council, Executive Coun- cil, Alpha Phi Omega (Vice-Pres- ident) Varsity Baseball, MCA. Martin Lang Dan Jonathan Larsen Roxanne Bette Leonard Marcia C. Levchuk 27 S. 3rd St. 809 5th Ave. 902 Donald Dr 7 Sunset Dr. Emmaus, Pa. River Edge, N.J Emmaus, Pa. Asbury Park, N.J Economics — Accounting Social Science Social Science Economics Commuter’s Club. Cardinal Key Society (Big Name Usher Chairman), Dorm Council (Floor President), A. A L Scholar- ship Award, Intramurals. Modern Dance (Vice-President President), Pompon Squad (Cap- tain), Ski Club, Homecoming Cour, Jr Prom Queen Court, Cen- tennial Football Queen Institution of Sound. Women s Council, Dorm Council, Dining Committee, Women’s Varsity Field Hockey, Women’s Varsity Basketball. Robert Benjamin 2154 Disston St. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Phi Epsilon Pi Levy (Correspond ing Marshall M. Lewis 21 N. Madison St. Allentown, Pa. Physics. Susan Evelyn Locher 518 Hedgerow La. Oreland, Pa Mathematics Tutoring, Dramatics, Lambda Jill Elizabeth Long 942 Evergreeh St. Emmaus, Pa. English Institution of Sound, MM A, Sec. ), Cardina 1 Key Society, Epsilon Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Muhlenberg Madrigal Singers. Weekly (Asst. WMUH Sports Editor), Acedemic Policy Committee, J A W. Haas Award, Rev. Dr. H H Brunning Award. Tutoring. Karen Ann Lynn Gail C. MacIntyre Robin Calhoun MacMullen Aloysius W. Magagna 1589 Muhlenberg Dr. 743 Fall Ave. 1 14 Franklin Ave. Bear Creek, Pa. Norristown Pa. Uniondale, N Y. Hatboro, Pa. English English Psychology Social Science Cheerleading Squad, Sigma Tau Delta, Ciarla (1972 Co-Editor), Intramurals, Dramatics. Big Sister, Psi Chi. Varsity Track, MCA FCA, Phi Kappa Tau (Corresponding Sec.), Circle K. (Pres.), Tutoring, Fresh- man Orientation. Deborah Joann Maier 1 17 N. Monroe St. Media, Pa. English K. Bates Mandel 1934 Fawn Dr. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Phi Epsilon Pi, WMUH, Tutoring, Big Brother, SDS, Intramurals, Pre-Med Society, Ecology Club. Bill Thomas Marsh 900-A Jacobsburg Rd Wind Gap, Pa. Natural Science Alpha Tan Omega Linda H. McClintock 1026 Olde Hickory Rd. Lancaster, Pa. Economics — Accounting Business Economics Club, In- tramurals, Price — Waterhouse Foundation Award. Robert Douglas Major East Main St Brookside, N.J History Muhlenberg Fraternity Council, (Pres.), Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball. 1971 Second Team, All MAC — Catcher (Asst Capt ) Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Alpha Theta, Fel- lowship of Christian Athletics (V.P.) Diane I. Mantz R.D 1 Box 40 New Ringgold, Pa Economics — Accounting Executive Council, Chapel Choir, Delta Phi Nu. Der Deutsche Ver- ein, Weekly, Ski Club, MCA. Meredith Martin 128 Exeter Rd Massapequa, N Y. Humanities Women’s Varsity Basketball. In- tramurals, Ski Club John Warren McConomy 2122 Walnut St. Allentown, Pa. Economics Lambda Chi Alpha (Treasurer). Benjamin Arnold Malkiel Box K So. Fallsburg, N Y. Biology College Band, Newspaper Year- book Photographer. Tau Kappa Epsilon, (Pylortes), Weekly (Proofreading Asst.), Hillel Steven Craig March 718 Rhoads Ave. Boyertown. Pa Psychology Executive Council, Homecoming Committee, Speaker Committee (Co-Chairman), Psi Chi (Pres.), Intramurals, Election Commitee. Board of Associates Student Rep- resentative Stephen H. Martin 22 Maple Way- Mountain Lakes. N.J English — Philosophv Weekly (Editor-in-chief, Sports Editor), Varsity Basketball. Intra- murals, Pi Delta Epsilon, Nation- al Student Register John Edward McKeigue III 50 Buckingham St Cambridge, Mass English Leslie Malone 196 Highland Ave. Bergenfield. N.J English Sigma Tau Delta David J. Marks 120 E Ridge St Lansford. Pa. Sociology Marshall Francis Massa 14 Lincoln Park Rd Pequannock N. J History- Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity Foot- ball, Judicial Board. Deborah Jeanne Mease 241 Willow Dr. Douglassville, Pa. English Majorette Squad (Solo Twirler), Modern Dance Club, Ski Club, Education Society, Sigma Tau Delta. Jan Melhunek R.D. 2, Box 162- A Dover, Delaware Biology Deborah Ruth Miller 84 jardon St. Torrington, Conn. Sociology Joyce Marie Mitchell 537 Grand Ave. Leonia, N.J. Chemistry Chapel Choir, WMUH, Union Board, Cheerleading Squad (Co- Captain), ACS Student Award Rick Morra 17 Ackerman Pi. Hillsdale, N.J. Physics Raymond E. Milavsky 4139 Baker Ave. Pennsauken, N J. Chi Alpha (Treasurer). Sidney M. Milkis 585 General Patterson Dr. Glenside, Pa Political Science Bruce Alan Miller 202 S. Market St. Shamokin, Pa. Natural Science Zeta BetaTau, Hillel Donald Charles Miller Route 1 Macungie, Pa. Philosophy Randall S. Miller 5 Highland Dr. North Haven, Conn. Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon. Alpha Phi Omega, Intramurals, Varsity Soc- cer. Richard Alan Miller 1620 Farrington Rd. Philadelphia, Pa Natural Science John Tobias Mochel 319 Paper Mill Rd. Oreland, Pa. Social Science Alpha Tau Omega, Men’s Resi- dence Council (Vice-President), Residence Assistants Council, In- tramurals. Neil Mogil 1200 Disston St. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Alpha Psi Omega (Grand Direc- tor), Mask and Dagger, MET, Dorm President, Freshman Advi- sor, WMUH. Elizabeth Louise Monroe 7 Calgary Rd Newark, Del. History Stephen C. Moyer 913 Addingham Ave. Drexel Hill, Pa. Political Science Alpha Tau Omega, Men’s Resi- dence Hall Government, Intra- murals. Alison Mullins 7648 Massey Way Elkins Park, Pa. Natural Science Art Club, Delta Phi Nu (Treasur- er), Women’s Council Norman F. Myers 282 Willow Ave. Wayne, Pa. Sociology Karen Beth Neyer 15 Red Oak Rd. Oreland, Pa. Sociology Women s Varsity Field Hockey (Co-Captain), Freshman Orienta- tion, Tutoring, Dining Commit- tee. Leif Erik Norbom 516 Jarden Rd Philadelphia, Pa. Political Science Student Court (President, Jus- tice), Ecology Action Group (Treasurer), John Marshall Pre- Law Society, Phi Kappa Tau, Freshman Orientation, Ski Club. Jay B. Oppenheim 32 Parkview Rd. Cheltenham, Pa. Mathematics Janet Gertrude Pappas 2409 Alan Rd. Norristown, Pa. History Women’s Varsity Tennis, Intra- murals, Phi Alpha Theta (Presi- dent), Dorm Council. Edward Arthur Nicholls 104 Brookside Rd. Springfield, Pa. Economics Lambda Chi Alpha. Bruce Walter Nuss 35 Hopper Ave. Westwood, N.J. Economics — Accounting Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Dorm Government, Intramurals. Kathryn M. Overhoff 21 Cedar La. Chatham, N.J Social Science — Spanish Intramurals, Spanish Club. Patricia Lee Parenteau R.D. 3, Elton Rd. Freehold, N.J. Sociology MET, Cheerleading Squad (Co- Captain), MM A, Mask Dagger, MCA Drama, Modern Dance Club, Junior Prom Queen Court. Nancy S. Nickum 486 South St. Pittsfield, Mass. English Executive Council. Barbara Ogden 230 Freeman St. Woodbridge, N.J Social Science Nadine Rae Owens Palm Hill Rd Palm, Pa English Institution of Sound, Education Society. Stuart Robert Paul 1438 Jonathan Way Ambler, Pa. Natural Science Student Council (Big Name En- tertainment Chairman), Fresh- man Advisor, Who’s Who. James R. Nonnemacher Jr. 1 130 South Eighth St. Allentown, Pa Chemistry Janet Lynn Olney 6 Belvedere Rd North Haven, Conn. Social Science Penny Eileen Page 621 River Ref Yardley, Pa Social Science Chapel Choir, Union Board (Cof- feehouse Committee), Homecom- ing Decorations Committee (Co- Chairman). Patricia Jean Perkins 90 Delmar Ave. Glen Rock, N.J. Spanish Spanish Club, Phi Sigma Iota (Vice-President), Art League, Chapel Choir. Gary George Peters John Edward Peterson Julia Pfanstiehl Dale Tyrone Pflugler 821 Elm Rd. 187 Butternut La. 7514 Dundalk Rd Box 216, Rt. 1 Hellertown, Pa. Kensington, Conn. Takoma Park, Md. Bath, Pa. Natural Science Commuters’ Club. Sociology Tau Kappa Epsilon, Varsity Golf (Captain), Intramurals. History College Choir (Assistant Manag- er), Phi Alpha Theta, Tutoring, Class Committee, Institute of Faith, Chapel Choir (Librarian) Biology Betty Peterson Poh 2245 Liberty St. Allentonw, Pa. History Stephen George Pollock 1 1628 Barlow St. Philadelphia, Pa. History — Political Science Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Union Board (Co-Chair- man, Coffee House), Freshman Orientation Committee, Execu- tive Council (Chairman, Public Affairs Forum Committee), WMUH, John Marshall Pre-Law Society (Vice-President, Treasur- er), 1971 Homecoming Queen Selection Committee (Chairman), Big Brother, Weekly (Circulation Staff), Debate Team, Intramur- als. Andrew Price 7022 McCallum St. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Varsity Football, Varsity La- crosse, Pre-Med Society, Zeta Beta Tau. Jov Anne Pustarfi R D 2 Coopersburg, Pa. Mathematics Dining Committee, Delta Phi Nu Chapel Choir. Samir Raby Rosalie E. Raschella George William Rebok Cheryl Jean Reeder 40 Greenleaf Hill 103 Orchard St 17 Conway Dr 209 Bryans Rd Great Neck, N.Y. Summit, N.J Middletown, Pa. Norristown, Pa. Philosophy. English Psychology German Union Board, Art League (Presi- dent), Big Sister. Sigma Phi Epsilon (President), Psi Chi (Treasurer), Omicron Delta Kappa Intramurals, Ski Clu Clifford Rehm Kenneth Lloyd Reichley Thomas Francis Reilly Carol Jean Reitz 306 Wisconsin Ave. 402 Race St. 4 Merrie Trail 802 S. New St. Massapequa, N.Y. Perkasie, Pa. Denville, N.J West Chester, Pa. Psychology Political Science Social Science Social Science College Choir, Institution of Sound, MCA (President), MMA. MMA (Director), Mask Dagger Club, MET, MCA, Drama (Director), Alpha Psi Omega (Vice-President), Omicron Delta Kappa (President), Weekly, WMUH, Festival of the Arts, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Long Range Plan- ning Committee, Christian R. Mary F. Lindback Scholarship Recipient. Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Foot- ball (Co-Captain). Dorm Council. Robin Richrnan 3900 Ford Rd., 16M Philadelphia, Pa, Natural Science Lambda Epsilon Delta, Who’s Who, MMA (Business Manager), Class of ’73 Treasurer, Student Affairs Committee, Walz Spring Sing Chairman, Dining Commit- tee, Intramurals. Susan Elaine Rochow 985 South Duke St. York, Pa. French Weekly (News and Copy Staff), Ecology Action Group. Gerald W. Rothacker Jr. 1621 Turner St. Allentown, Pa. Natural Science Band, Brass Ensemble. Bruce Craig Savage 509 Kalmia St. Warminster, Pa. Psychology Intramurals. James Ronald Rineheimer 95 N. Main St., Apt. 6 Sellersville, Pa Psychology Hotline, WMUH, Band, Int ra- murals. Gary Elwood Rothrock 27 Sweetwood Dr. Cedar Grove, N.J. Biology Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Coun- cil, Intramurals. John Mark Sawyer 434 Bergen Blvd. Oradell, N.J. Psychology Intramurals, Sigma Phi Epsilon (Secretary), Weekly, WMUH, Ski Club. Claudia Anne Ritter 715 E. Greeman Rd. Haddonfield, N.J. Biology Women’s Varsity Basketball, In- tramurals. Virginia Ann Rowe 1 19 N. Mansfield Ave. Margate, N.J English Education Society. Frank Joseph Scagliotta 552 Fairview Ave. Bangor, Pa. History Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Bas- ketball (Captain), Varsity Track (Captain), Junior Athlete of the Year. Douglas Norman Roeder 1 19 Lakeview Ave. Leonia, Pa. Social Science Varsity Football, Lambda Chi Alpha. Walter Roetting 44 Taylor Dr Closter, N.J. Economics Varsity Basketball, Intramurals Phi Kappa Tau (Athletic Chair- man). Nancy Lechler Robertson 2045 Easton Ave. Bethlehem, Pa. Psychology Tutoring. Stephen Eric Roey 510 7th St. Lakewood, N.J. Political Science Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramurals, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track. Jo-Anne Angela Salines 344 North Ninth St. Allentown, Pa. Mathematics Math Club, Commuters’ Club, Intramurals. Ray H. Schrader 765 M ohawk St Allentown, Pa Physics Sigma Pi Sigma. Gale C. Schricker 204 Oak La. Cranford, N.J. English Chapel Choir, Weekly, Year Abroad. Carol Jane Schultz 80 Blachley Rd. Stamford, Conn. Psychology Junior Psi Chi. Elwin Garth Schwartz 1321 Club Dr Hewlett Harbor, N Y Natural Science Curriculum Committee, Academ- ic Policy Committee, Freshman Advisor, Ciarla and Weekly Pho- tographer, Omicron Delta Kappa, National Student Register, Who ' s Who, Pre-Med Society, Ski Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Larry Michael Schwarz 803 Harston La Springfield, Pa Psychology Student Court, Psi Chi, Freshman Advisor Karen Theresa Scott 250 Barnert Ave. Totowa Borough, N.J Psychology Psi Chi, Cheerleading Squad, Tutoring. Elizabeth Shoemaker 132 N. Second St. Allentown, Pa. Psychology Eric Christopher Shafer 1 129 Albright Ave. Wyomissing, Pa. Social Science — Pre-theology Student Council (President, Freshman Orientation Chair- man), Class President, Campus Hotline (Founder), MMA, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Alpha Phi Omega, WMUH (News Director), Institution of Sound (Manager) Ecology Action Group (Founder), Board of Trustees Representative, QED Steering Committee, Chap- el Deacon, Who’s Who, Convoca- tion Committee. Ken Shumsky 56 N. Bartram Ave. Atlantic City, N.J Psychology Psi Chi, Phi Epsilon Pi. Lynn Shanahan 1 15 Marvin Ave. Uniondale, N Y Psychology Psi Chi, Education Society, Intra- murals. Walter H. Siemon Jr. 272 High Meadow Rd Southport, Conn. Economics — Accounting — Soc. Sci. Ski Club, Spelunking Club. Cynthia H. Shapiro Fernwood Dr Colchester, Conn. Social Science William Mark Silverman 5 Silvertop La. Cherry Hill, N.J. Natural Science Zeta Beta Tau, Hillel (President), Varsity Fencing (Sabre Team Co- Captain), Band. Stephen Croft Sincerny R.D 1, Box 456-C Northumberland, Pa. Political Science Varsity Soccer, Weekly. Bradley Kirk Smith Julia Mary Smith Merril H. Soifer 29 Harvey Dr. R.D.2 Old Colchester Rd. 1608 Melrose Ave. Bernardsville, N.J. Uncasville, Conn. Havertown, Pa. Social Science Dorm Government (Vice-Presi- dent, President), Alpha Tau Ome- ga, Tutoring, Dorm Council History Phi Alpha Theta (Secretary-Trea- surer), Alpha Psi Omega, Delta Phi Nu, Mask Dagger (Vice- President), MCA Drama, Festival of the Arts, Coffee House Com- mittee, Der Deutsche Verein, Art League. Chemistry. Kathleen Ruth Spalholz 36 Kiawah Ave. Freehold, N.J. History Students on Faculty Committees, Freshman Advisor, College Choir, Dorm Council. Daniel George Spengler Rt. 2 Bath, Pa. History John Marshall Pre-Law Society. Phi Alpha Theta, Zeta Beta Tau, Weekly (Circulation Staff). Larry William Steeley 38 Walnut St. Sellersville, Pa. Political Science WMUH (Production Manager), Sigma Phi Epsilon (Vice-Presi- dent), Cardinal Key Society (Pres- ident), Joh Marshall Pre-Law So- ciety. Helen J. Stoisits 704 Woodbury La. Whitehall, Pa. Psychology Barbara Ellen Spangler R.D. 4, Box 379 Gettysburg, Pa. Economics — Accounting College Choir, Institution of Sound, MMA, MCA Drama, MET, Weekly (Assistant Business Manager, Business Manager). Ulvia Stammherr 620 Young’s Rd Phillipsburg, N.J. Psychology Psi Chi (Vice-President), Educa- tion Society (Vice-President), Delta Phi Nu. Leonard C. Steiner 98 Norristown Rd. Blue Bell, Pa. Political Science Varsity Track, “M” Club, Intra- murals, John Marshall Pre-Law Society. Linda A. Stolz 1427 Union St. Reading, Pa. English — German Weelkly (Associate Editor), Chapel Choir (Assistant Mana- ger), Altar Guild, Pi Delta Epsi- lon, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. Beth Anne Spanninger Box 65 B, R.R 1 Perkasie, Pa. English Sigma Tau Delta (President), Alpha Psi Omega (Business Man- ager), Lambda Epsilon Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon Journalism Award, Mask Dagger (Secretary), MMA, MCA Drama, Women’s Varsity Basketball. Barbara Lynn Stapp 307 Martom Rd. Wyckoff, N.J. Psychology Executive Council (Treasurer), Transfer Student Orientation (Chairman), Intramurals. Michael C. Steinhilber 213 E. Bertsch St Lansford, Pa Economics — Social Science Alpha Tau Omega (Worthy Ush- er, Worthy Master), College Con- cert Band, Intramurals. Jon Eric Storey 248 Ninth Ave. Collegeville, Pa. Biology College Band. Stephen Hayes Spector 450 Argyle Rd Brooklyn, N.Y. Natural Science Phi Epsilon Pi, Varsity Tennis, Hillel (Secretary), Ski Club. Patricia Ann Stauffer 31 1 1 Berkshire Rd. Baltimore, Md French College Choir (Librarian, Assist- ant Manager), Madrigal Singers, Institution of Sound, Institute of Faith, Women’s Council, Delta Phi Nu, MCA (Worship Commit- tee), Lambda Epsilon Delta (President), Opera Workshop, Who ' s Who, MMA, Freshman Orientation Advisor. Mark Elliot Stern 2375 78th St. Philadelphia, Pa. Political Science WMUH, Weekly, Student Court, Phi Alpha Theta, Mask Dagger, Quasi-Dimensional Club, Russian Club. Douglas James Strachan R D 1 Fleetwood, Pa. Psychology WMUH, Varsity Soccer, Intra- murals, Tau Kappa Epsilon (Grammateus, Hegemon, Rush Chairman), Executive Council. Elizabeth Jane Sussman Candace Louise Swenson 55 East Princeton Rd 1560 Hampton Rd. Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Rydal, Pa. Sociology Social Science Union Board (Treasurer, Art Committee Chairman), Curricu- lum Committee, Festival of the Arts, Ciarla, Women’s Dormitory Council, Lambda Epsilon Delta. Deborah Ann Stultz 280 Senese Dr. Fairfiled, Conn. Biology WMUH, Executive Council, Con- vocations Committee, Freshman Advisor, Big Sister, Ski Club. Frederick G. Thomas III 134 Mountain Ave. Somerville, N.J. Economics Tau Kappa Epsilon (Treasurer), Varsity Fencing (Co-Captain), Business and Economics Club, Young Republicans Club. Louis Andrew Udvardy 5101 Van Buren St. Hollywood, Fla. English WMUH. Kenneth J. Veit Kane Dr. Ambler, Pa. Natural Science Varsity Soccer (Co-Captain), Var- sity Track, Phi Kappa Tau. Elaine Carol Tonne 21 Fenimore La. Huntington, N Y. Psychology Delta Phi Nu. Robert Ufberg 17 South Jardin St. Shenandoah, Pa. Political Science John Marshall Pre-Law Society, (President), Intramurals, Student Court, Zeta Beta Tau Mark Ford Victor 272 Barwynne La. Wynnewood, Pa. Natural Science Big Brother, Phi Epsilon Pi, Intra- murals, Big Name Publicity Chairman, Dorm Government (Floor Vice-President). Kathy J. Topping Herbert La. Littleton, N.H. Natural Science MMA, Women’s Varsity Basket- ball, Women’s Varsity Field Hockey (Captain). Susan Ann Vanden Bosch 515 East First St. Birdsboro, Pa Biology Jeanne Olga Voit 125 Jerome Rd. Uncasville, Conn. Spanish Education Society, Spanish Club, Junior Year Abroad. Carla Jane Tallau 530 Valley Rd Upper Montclair, N.J. Social Science Delta Phi Nu, Ski Club, Freshman Council Richard Joseph Toth 219 Pershing Ave. Phillipsburg, N.J History Varsity Football, Lambda Chi Alpha (Vice-President, Treasurer) George William Vasios 34 Coolidge PI Hackensack, N.J. Natural Science Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Coun- cil, Varsity Soccer, Honorable Mention All-League for Soccer, Intramurals (Track-lst place in 100 and 220 yd. dash, Cross Coun- try — 1st place). Karen Joyce YVagner 115 Yellowstone Rd. Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Psychology Education Socielty, Delta Phi Nu (Historian, Secretary), Psi Chi (Secretary), Intramurals, Big Sis- ter. Gail Ann Walden 2800 Russell Rd. Camp Hill, Pa. Social Science WMUH, Dramatics Gene B. Warshafsky 7807 Cobden Rd. Philadelphia, Pa. Natural Science Phi Epsilon Pi, Intramurals Man- ager, Weekly (Sports Editor). Janice C. Weidenhammer 1520 Rose Virginia Rd. Wyomissing, Pa. Social Science Pompon Girls, Russian Club, Intramurals. Diane Williams 115-17 W. 143rd St. New York, N.Y. English — Philosophy Union Board, Prosser Dorm Presi- dent, Women’s Council, Joint Council, Association of Black Col- legians, Who’s Who. Edward James Wall 4519 Amherst La. Bethesda, Md. Physics Band, Executive Council, Society of Physics Students, Tutoring, Intramurals. Deborah A. Weaver 2308 Walnut St. Allentown, Pa Biology Timothy Donovan White 5435 Rutherglen Houston, Texas Chemistry Intramurals, Class Vice-Presi- dent, Ecology Action Group (President), Caving Club, Who’s Who, WMUH, Mule Mascot. Mark S. Wisneski 103 B Birch Rd. Cedar Grove, N. J. Political Science Freshman Orientation, Student Court Justice, Ski Club (Presi- dent), Phi Kappa Tau, Harry A. Benfer Memorial Award. Robert Charles Walton 1509 Vernon Rd. Norristown, Pa. Physics Band, College Choir, MMA, Mask Dagger, Alpha Phi Omega, MCA Drama, MCA (Bible Study Chairman, Executive Council, Worship Committee), Phi Beta Kappa. Barbara J ean W ehner 36 Lynwood Dr. Valley Stream, N.Y. English Union Board (Special Events Co- Chairman), College Choir, MMA. MET, Opera Workshop, Sigma Tau Delta, MCA (Worship Committee. ) Michael Scott Whitner 433 E. Elm St Lebanon, Pa. Natural Science Varsity Fencing Tau Kappa Epsilon. Karen Judith Wisser 201 Rhoads Ave. Haddonfield, N.J. German Women’s Council (Secretary), Walz Dorm President, Delta Phi Nu, Ski Club, German Club. Judson B. Wampole 527 Greenleaf St Allentown, Pa. Psychology Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Track, Student Council. Vernon C. Wehrung 1 940 Linden St Allentown, Pa. Economics Big Brother, Cardinal Key Socie- ty, Alpha Phi Omega (Vice-Presi- dent, President), Varsity Baseball, Intramurals, Union Board Bowl- ing Trophies, Executive Council Jeffrey Joseph Wiesner 2917 Moravian Ave. Allentown, Pa. Natural Science Commuters’ Club Louise Ann Witkoskie 26 Sussex Rd. Bergenfield, N.J Psychology Christine E. Wohlferth James D. Wolfe Margaret E. Wuestefeld Timothy R. Lehman 45 Wilson Dr. R. D. 2-Box 171 21 Helen Ave. 638 Barry Dr. Berkeley Heights, N.J Pottstown, Pa Maple Shade, N.J. Springfield, Pa. Economics Colorguard, Intramurals. English English Social Science Lambda Chi Alpha (Social Chair- man, House Manager), Intramur- al Heavyweight Wrestling Cham- pion, Executive Council, Ice Hockey Club Curtis R. MacConnell Karl Lester Parks Ronald I. Waloff 2530 Mountain La. 146 Monument St. 309 David Dr. Allentown, Pa. Groton, Conn. Havertown, Pa. Mathematics Political Science Natural Science Phi Kappa Tau, Varsity Track, Intramurals. WMUH. O.V ,0 . ; .. ' .X;-,, . ■ .: f ■ BOOK The Students’ Handbook of Muhlenberg College Allentown, Pennsylvania 1971 • 1972 Muhlenberg College has established the “M-Book” to help orient incoming Fresh- men and to keep upperclassmen up-to-date. This publication explains various campus traditions, services, governmental organiza- tions. It also lists the school’s extra-curricu- lar activities and various regulations. Freshmen will Find the ‘M-Book’ a handy reference source of information about most facets of campus life. They should refer to the book frequently during their first few weeks at college. Published by the 1972 Ciarla of Muhlenberg College Table of Contents STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student Council 4 Student Court 5 Joint Council 6 Dorm Court 7 Resident Assistants 8 Ereshmen Advisers 9 Officers of the Classes of 1972 and 1973 10 Officers of the Classes of 1974 and 1975 11 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Muhlenberg Christian Association 12 Institute of Faith 13 Hillel 14 HONORARY FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES Alpha Phi Omega 15 Alpha Psi Omega 15 Delta Phi Alpha 16 Delta Phi Nu 16 Lambda Epsilon Delta 17 Omicron Delta Kappa 17 Phi Beta Kappa 18 Pi Delta Epsilon 19 Phi Sigma Iota 19 Phi Alpha Theta 20 Psi Chi 20 Sigma Tau Delta 21 CAMPUS CLUBS Art League 22 Bike Club 23 Cardinal Key Society 24 Chapel Choir 25 College Band 26 College Choir 27 Education Society 28 Institution of Sound 29 International Students Association 30 Mask and Dagger 31 Majorettes 32 Pompon Girls 33 Muhlenberg Modern Dance Club 34 Muhlenberg Ecology Action Group 35 Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre 36 Muhlenberg Forensic Society 37 Muhlenberg Musical Association 38 Muhlenberg Ski Association 39 John Marshall Pre-Law Society 40 Russian Club 41 Society of Physics Students 42 Spanish Club 43 Union Board 44 Varsity Cheerleaders 45 Who’s Who 46 WMUH 47 ' Young Republicans 48 PUBLICATIONS Arcade 49 Ciarla 50 Weekly 51 SOCIAL FRATERNITIES Alpha Tau Omega 52 Lambda Chi Alpha 53 Phi Kappa Tau 54 Sigma Phi Epsilon 55 Tau Kappa Epsilon 56 Zeta Beta Tau 57 Fraternity Candids 58 STUDENT GOVERNMENT SEA TED: M . Lindsay, D. Cettei, L. Wexler. 1st ROW: £. Shafer, S. Irvine, J. Greenberg, N. Berkowitz. 2nd ROW: K. Bordeau, B. Gunning, R. Sprin- gel. 3rd ROW: R. Goldberg, J. Warn pole, B. Maries, J. Kunkel. Student Council The Student Body, composed of all students of the College who have been regularly matriculated, elects its own President and representatives to Student Council, and governs itself through Student Council. The Council consists of seventeen students, seven of whom were Juniors, five Sophomores, and three Freshmen at the time of their election in the spring and two Freshmen elected from the new class in the fall. After the Student Body elects its President and the other members to Council, the new Council elects a Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The Council is the supreme student governing body, through which all busi- ness is transacted and all the decisions pertaining to the Student Body rendered. MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL 1971-72 President Eric Shafer Vice President Stephen Hessler Secretary Suzanne Irvine Treasurer Blake Maries Melissa Lindsay Christopher Haring Barbara Gunning Judson Wampole Donna Cettei John Kunkel Joel Greenberg Richard Goldberg Senior President Leslie Wexler Junior President Ronald Springel Sophomore President Nicholas C. Diakon . Freshman President Pro Tempore 4 1st ROW: D. Eichorn, R. Richer, B. Widmaier. 2nd ROW: J. Brand, L. Cool, J. Reid, C. Meehan. Student Court The Student Court, which is the supreme student judiciary body on campus, derives its power from Student Council. Its function is to try all infractions of the social or academic regulations which are appealed to it by lower courts or referred to it by faculty members. The Student Court for 1971-72 consists of four seniors, six juniors, seven sophomores and one member-at-large from any class. JUSTICES Senior Class Wayne Garrett Larry Schwartz Mark S. Wisneski President L. Erik Norbom Chief Attorney Michael A. Stein Court Clerk Terrie L. Barna Junior Class Olivia M . Cool Geoffrey Lee Barbara Starr Sophomore Class Harold Freilich Elizabeth Widmaier ATTORNEYS Senior Class Steve Chaszar Junior Class Lawrence Demilio Jeff Dundon J. Scott Dunlop Sophomore Class Deborah F. Eichorn Ross A. Eichner Carol A. Meehan Robert D. Steele Cheryl L. White M ember-At-Large Jean Reid Member on Appeal Board selected on rotation basis. Joint Council ' rtf i 1st ROW: R. Brown, B. Breinig, M. Irving. STEPS: R. Barbour, J. Bjoronson, B. Mullan, B. Yates, S. Soffen, S, Hammond. Just as the College is an academic community with its members working toward specific educational goals, the College is also a social community. Decisions on living conditions and social responsibilities of all the members can not be made by any single group and still maintain the unity needed in the College Community. It is also recog- nized that attainment of a better quality of life for all members can only be accomplished by honest communica- tion of ideas by all members on common grounds. The purpose of this organization, ' then, shall be to pro- vide for self-government of the residence halls to improve the quality of life in the residence halls, to provide oppor- tunities for participation in social and extracurricular life of the residence halls, to provide an opportunity for resi- dents to participate as a group in all college activities, to foster fellowship and unity among the residents, and to refer those students who violate the rules established by this organization to the judiciary branch for further action. Dorm Court P. Nonnemaeher. L. Gleason, K. Cundiff, R. Bush. D. Spisak. The Dormitory Court shall have jurisdiction in all cases involving infractions of the dormitory regulations established by the Dormitory Government. It shall con- duct hearings to determine whether infractions of the dormitory regulations have occurred and in cases in which infractions are deemed to have occurred shall determine appropriate punishment for violators of the above as the regulations of the College and of the Student Council and of the Dormitory Joint Council may provide. 7 1st ROW: S. Hessler, S. Paul, B. Vasil, L, Cool, J. Reid, M. Tait, D. Hunter. 2nd ROW: C. Rosenberger, L. Schwarz, M. Gingher, G. Whitaker, J. Bjorenson, D. Bausch, P Nonnemacher, D. Bichorn, J. Schaefer, H. Norcia. Class of 1972 Officers L. Jaeschke, Secretary, R. Goldberg, Presi- dent, B. Stapp, Treasurer. Missing: T. White. Vice-president. Class of 1973 Officers S. Smith, Vice-president, R. Richman, Trea- surer, B. Vasil, Secretary, L. Wexler. President. 10 Class of 1974 Officers R. Springe!, President, P, Mallette, Trea- surer, S. Ford, Secretary, D. Hunter, Vice-President. Class of 1975 Officers N, Berkowitz, President, S. Meyer, Secre- tary, S. Mellman, Vice-President RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 1st ROW: P. Ely, B. Gustaffson, D. Searing, C. Staller, P. Whitman. 2nd ROW: S. Werner, H. Lane, I. Holman, T. Cron, L. Masin, S. Feinour, C. ' Craig, B. Muldron, E. Merrill, D. Ritter. 3rd ROW: J. Junker, G. Lambert, J. Gaggin, S. Grannas, R. Walton, D. Wiktorek, D. Laubach. Muhlenberg Christian Association The M.C.A. is a unique organization on the Muhlen- berg campus in that it includes the entire student body, yet no demands are made on the individual other than what his own interests demand for fulfillment. Through the di- versified activities of the eight standing committees, plus the various forums and programs presented to the student body, an effort is made to provide areas of participation for every individual. Because there is no official member- ship in the organization, M.C.A. is defined as being “a fel- lowship of students and faculty which strives to come to a better understanding of what Christianity means in to- day’s world and to serve Christ through this understand- ing.” Contemporary, realistic and vital in its outlook, M.C.A. will enable you to ch allenge your faith with mean- ingful questions and experiences that will result in new significance for the student ' s awareness of his responsibili- ty to God and to himself, through the presence of Christ our Saviour. The function of MCA, as that of any church body, is two-fold. It must witness to the news of our Lord Jesus Christ and serve as a vehicle by which its members can encounter and explore the social issues of our times. Through the various committees whose specialized con- cerns are Bible Study, Art, Drama, Institute of Faith, Publicity, Social, Social Action, Christian Witness and Worship, the MCA strives to fulfill its responsibility. MCA provides not only the means for an individual to explore and deepen his spiritual life but it also offers an opportunity to become involved and serve in a variety of ways, thus giving one’s faith the opportunity to take visi- ble form. Programs sponsored by MCA in the more recent past include the planning of Chapel services and special programs, the production of religious dramas such as Becket and George Orwell’s 1984, and involvement in a large number of community action projects. Plowever, the MCA, as any church body, is only as strong and as vital as its individual members. It needs active participation to be kept alive. President Clifford Rehm Advisers — Chaplain David H. Bremer and Dr. William 12 Jennings D. Ritter, D. Spisak, J. Fegaley, D. Wiktorek, J. Junker, J. Henrich, J. Pfanstiel, W. Reichert. Institute of Faith The I.F., an organization which plans an annual pro- gram of three or four days in length attempting to create a dialogue between guest speakers and students, is a stand- ing committee of the Muhlenberg Christian Association. Outstanding leaders and personalities in diverse fields are selected and brought to the Muhlenberg campus. Their lectures and seminars are concerned with contemporary topics and their relationships to Christianity, and are de- signed to appeal to students’ academic and intellectual cu- riosity, interests and problems. In presenting a program such as this it is hoped each individual will have an oppor- tunity to clarify and deepen his own faith. Student Chairman Warren Reichert r W M l SSeW ' -’ Jjf’a i flU Six B. Fleigleman, K. Weiss, A. Sachs, B. Silverman, S. Zimmt, C. Grossman. Hillel This group, named for a reknowned Rabbi of the first century B.C.E., is dedicated to the task of providing activi- ties and a counselling service for Jewish college stude nts. The program is designed to supplement the student’s so- cial, cultural, religious and recreational needs. Hillel lead- ership is drawn from the Jewish student body who, togeth- er with the adviser, are responsible for the activities. Adviser Rabbi Tobias Roth 14 HONORARY FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES Alpha Phi Omega 1st ROW: C. Scharadin, A. Baker, J. Brand, V. Wehring, J. Kunkel, 2nd ROW: E. Jacobs, E. Shafer, B. Mitchell, D. Wittorek, N. Heckel, D. Searing, T. Dueller, P. Woll, Alpha Phi Omega is a na- tional service fraternity com- posed of college and university men. An earnest desire to help others and a satisfactory scho- lastic standing are the only other requirements for mem- bership, No stipulation as to race, creed, or color exists, and members of both social and scholastic fraternities are eli gi- ble — truly a cross-section of college life. Xi Alpha chapter imple- ments the purpose and princi- ples of Alpha Phi Omega through a program of service in four areas: service to the stu- dent body and faculty, service to youth and the community, servive to the members of the fraternity, and service to the Nation as participating citizens. President Vernon Wehrung Faculty Adviser Dr. Frank McVeigh Alpha Psi Omega The Gamma Mu chapter of Alpha Psi Omega extends membership only to upper- classmen, who, over a period of years, have made significant contributions to the develop- ment of drama on the Muhlen- berg campus. To attain mem- bership an individual may not specialize in one form of dra- matic activity such as acting. Fie must be ready and willing to work cheerfully and skillful- ly at any task around the thea- ter. In order that membership may be a true distinction, rare- ly are more than five members elected in any one year. President Neil S. Mogil Faculty Adviser Dr, Andrew H. Erskine B. Spanninger, J, Smith, R. Walton, B. Beck, K. Retch ley, C. Impink. Delta Phi Alpha The National German Honorary Fraternity, organized December 5, 1961, seeks to recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholar- ship. The Fraternity aims to promote the study of the Ger- man 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 peace and truth. Qualifications for student membership shall be a mini- mum average standing of B f in all German courses taken, a minimum of B- in all courses of study, a minimum of two years of German plus an official registration in an advanced course and an indication of continued interest in the study of German language and literature. Faculty Advisor . . Dr. Adolph Wegener k. Wisser, C. Reeder Delta Phi Nu Delta Phi Nu has served the College and assisted the community for eleven years as a service sorority. Since the sorority’s organization in the Spring of 1959, members have taken an active part in College life, acting as campus guides, hostesses of various functions, and workers for several projects. Delta Phi Nu extends its service capabilities to aid and co-operate with other cam- pus organizations whenever possible. In the community, members aid in charity drives, special events, and related areas upon request. Membership in Delta Phi Nu is open to all sophomore, junior, and senior girls, regardless of race, color, or creed. President Susan Grassi, Faculty Advisor . . Mrs. Ralph Ardolino. 1st ROW. J. Musika, S, Grassi, .1. Smith, U. Stammherr, S. Mekenlly. 2nd ROW: K. Wagner. I Mullins, D. Bausch, B. Gunning, R. Consiantinou . 16 Lambda Epsilon Delta The Lambda Epsilon Delta Woman’s Honor Society of Muhlenberg College was established by the Faculty in May 1961. The purposes of this so- ciety are (1) to honor junior and senior women who achieve high academic standing and contribute to Muhlenberg College through other services and activities; (2) to create and maintain an organiza- tion of outstanding women students, which shall promote the highest religious, academic, and social activities of the College, and (3) to promote and to participate in those College activities which ad- vance the welfare of the College. Eligible women from the upper 25 percent of the academic average of their class are selected into membership once in the fall and once in the spring. President . . . Patri- cia Stauffer, Faculty Adviser . . . Dr. Joanne Mortimer. S. L ocher, R. Richman, B. Sussman, B. Spanninger. Omicron Delta Kappa Alpha Epsilon Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity for men has as its purpose: (1) to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspic- uous attainments; (2) to bring together the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which will help to mould the collegiate interest; (3) to bring togeth- er members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest and under- standing. The fraternity recognizes eminence in five major phases of campus life: scholarship; ath- letics; social and religious affairs; publications; and speech, music, and dramatic arts. President Kenneth Reichley. Faculty Advisor . . . Dr. Nelvin Vos. ■HHMKHMpBJ l.u ROW K. Rreamer, J. Plansliehl, M. Gingher, R. Richman. I . Atieberry, B. Spanmnger. 2nd ROW: G. Rcbok, S. Milkis, H. Geissinger, J. Mitch- ell, K. Reichley, K. Bjldstein, C. Barr. 3rd ROW ' S D. Detwiler, L. Feldman, .). Houck, C. Henry, B. Walton, M. Whitner. 4th ROW: S. Locher. Phi Beta Kappa is a national organization, founded in Kappa Visiting Scholar each year. Pi Chapter annually 1776, to confer recognition of scholarly attainment in the awards a book prize in the amount of $25.00 to a graduat- liberal arts and sciences. Muhlenberg’s Pi Chapter, chart- ing student best exemplifying the aims of Phi Beta Kappa ed in 1968, elects student members on the basis of six and at Allen High, Dieruff High and Central Catholic High seven semesters. An annual banquet is held in the spring. School, and the chapter sponsors the appearance of a Phi Beta 18 Pi Delta Epsilon Pi Delta Epsilon, the national honorary jour- nalism fraternity, was begun at Muhlenberg in 1953, The main purpose of the chapter is to rec- ognize outstanding individuals in the fields of journalism, communications and creative writ- ing and to promote cooperation among the var- ious campus media. The fraternity works throughout the year to enrich and assist student publications and com- munications systems. Each spring the Pi Delta Epsilon Award for Excellence in Journalism, Communications and Creative Writing is pre- sented to the Muhlenberg student who has made the greatest contribution in these areas. Presi- dent , , . Linda Stolz, Faculty Adviser , . . Dr. Harold Stenger. L. Stolz, D. Van Weren. L. Feathers, Phi Sigma Iota Lambda chapter of Phi Sigma lota, national romance language honor society, is the second honorary society established on the Muhlenberg campus. It was installed on December 5, 1928, At the monthly chapter meetings, the programs deal with some phases of the cultural life of countries where Romance Languages arc spo- ken, These programs feature papers based on original research presented by senior undergrad- uate members, Superior grades in the Romance Languages are a prime requisite for member- ship, in addition to above average competence in all academic areas. Membership is limited to upperclassmen. President . . . Candace Barr, Faculty Adviser , . , Dr. Kenneth We bb. P. Mara, Dr. j. Pearce, C. Barr, Phi Alpha Theta Kappa chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary history fraternity, beginning in February 1926, as a local history club, was admitted into the national fraternity in 1929. The fraternity’s purpose is to recognize “conspicu- ous attainments and scholarship in the fields of history.” An undergraduate to be eligible for membership must have to his credit at least twelve semester hours of history and have a vital interest in history. In addition, his grades in History must average “B” or better and the general average of two-thirds of his remaining work must be “B”. The chapter meets periodically for discussions, not only of historical, but also of political and economic value. President Janet Pappas Faculty Adviser Dr. Renville Fund J. Smith, J. Pappas, A. Reithmiller, K. Graham. B Mitchell . Psi Chi, national honorary psy- chology fraternity was initiated at Muhlenberg in December, 1959. Its purpose is to advance the sci- ence of psychology and encourage scholarship in all academic fields, particularly psychology, among its members. In order to become a member, a student must be a Psy- chology major, have completed 12 hours of psychology with at least a “B” average, and be accepted by all members of the fraternity. President Steven March Adviser Dr. Graham 1st ROW: S. Achando. S. Kclner. M. Niemie. 2nd ROW. J. Jeffries, Q. Col- born, B. Starr. F. Friedman. S. Benton, Dr. Graham. S, March. B. Beck . iwj - imjj wSf ' WAW Wo°:WoW. si ROW: L. Coot, D. Mease, M. Stein, C. Gray, S. McKently, S. DeRose, J. Jacobs, M. Gingher, D. Bernardi, M. Tait, H. Norcia, C. Impirtk. 2nd ROW: J, Weber, N. Robbins, P. Hagan, C. Laubach, L. Gleason. S. Champion, B. Bell, D. Cetti. Sigma Tau Delta Gamma lota chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, instituted at Muhlenberg in October, 1963, is one of one hundred thir- ty-two active chapters in the national professional English fraternity. Its purpose is “to promote the mastery of writ- ten expression, to encourage significant reading, and to foster a spirit of fellowship among men and women spe- cializing in English.” The chapter meets monthly for literary talks and discus- sions, sponsors literary speakers and workshops on cam- pus, and organizes theatre trips. To be eligible for mem- bership an undergraduate must have completed at least four courses of advanced work in English, have achieved an average of 3.0 in all English courses taken, and have attained a minimum cumulative average of 2,5, In addi- tion he must have demonstrated a vital interest in litera- ture and in the activities of the fraternity. President Elizabeth Griffith Faculty Sponsor , Dr. Harold L. Stenger, Jr, 21 CAMPUS CLUBS P. Canfield, C, Young, L. Mullins, Y. Kim, J. Holt, W. Haugk, J. Miller. Art League The Muhlenberg College Art League had its beginnings about mid-fall 1971. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in the arts such as painting, sculpture, pastels, and other areas through outings to various museums, through guest lecturers, and through group discussions concerning art. It is hoped that eventually the club will be able to con- tribute money towards the purchase of equipment for the Art Department through the conducting of graphic art sales. All who have a genuine interest in art and art appre- ciation are invited to become active members. President Rosalie Raschella Faculty Advisor Mr. Thomas Sternal 22 C. Ward, S. Irvine, J. Wampole, J. Greenberg, E. Ewing, T. Tetzel. Bike Club During recent years there has appeared a marked in- crease in the popularity of the pastime of bicycling. One possible reason for this rising enthusiasm for bike riding can be attributed to the trend toward more nature-orient- ed life styles. Bicycling provides an opportunity for people with diversified ideas and interests to get together and en- joy their common enjoyment of biking. Camping, hiking. touring, wearing the club tee-shirts, climbing unassailable hills, putting up with torrents of rain, and suffering the calamities of bicycle crashes are but a few of the extras that accompany this enjoyable activity. All are welcome to share in the amusing and often bizarre experiences which are part of this club. 23 Cardinal Key Society S. Mellman, D. deCastro, R. Kreiger, V. Sails, J. Reid, V. Paes, D. Hunter, H. Lane, C. Grossman, D. Lorz, G. Lambert, J. Junker, R. Siegel, J. Schaefer. In order to promote A GREATER MUHLENBERG, the Cardinal Key Society was organized in 1940 to serve the Muhlenberg family and its guest and visitors. As an honor society its membership consists of 13 men from each of the three upper classes. In the first semester, male freshmen who are interested in gaining membership un- dergo a period of pledgeship and during the second semes- ter 13 are chosen. Associate and honorary memberships are given at the discretion of the society. Ushering for campus activities such as the ' Concert Se- ries, Freshman Week activities, dramatic productions and athletic contests, in addition to guidance for visitors and prospective students, are but a few of the assignments of Cardinal Key men. Cardinal Key exists today as an indication of Muhlen- berg’s ideal: that undergraduates will grant prestige to service. President Nicholas C. Diakon Faculty Adviser Mr. George Gibbs 24 Chapel Choir 1st ROW: G. Krump, B. Gustaffson, M. Wietz, K. Ciecura, H. Lane, S. Feinour, L. Speidel, P. Larson, M. Dungee, Pat Reynolds. 2nd ROW: D. Woe- geli, J. Stebenrach, C. Risser, S. Werner, J. Sangrey, C. Hutchison, T. Crow, S. Riekert, E. Brown, B. Mitchell. The Chapel Choir was organized in the spring of 1964. This Choir of approximately 45 voices, leads in the singing of the hymns and liturgy and provides special choral music for the Sunday morning services in the College Chapel. The Chapel Choir is open to all students who like to sing. Rehearsals are held Wednesday evenings at 6:30 and Sun- day mornings at 9:45. An outing is held each spring at which time recognition awards are given for service in the Choir. Choir Manager Edward F. Brown Director Dr. Charles S. McClain 25 1st ROW B. Messbauer, P. Larson, S, Mellman, Dr. Schmidt, Z. Dudley, F. Buschmann. 2nd ROW: B. Florsfald, B. Kelton, S. Champion, W. Berman, G. Raiczyk, E. Dunkel. S. Friedrich. 3rd ROW: S. Kearney, D. Wetzel, G. Stever, S. Riekert, L. Glazerman, R. Corbett, N. Hill. 4th ROW: B. Hale, J. Rothacker, J. Harwick, E. Ewing, P. Asman, D. Secules, M. Koch, R. Eisen. College Band Instrumental ensembles at Muhlenberg College function within the context of the academic program of the Music Department, as part of the course of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in music. All qualified students, regardless of major, are invited to participate in the program, which divides its concentration between the tradi- tional repertory and function of the Band, and that of the smaller chamber groups: woodwind and brass ensembles. A successful audition is required before registration for Music 87-88, Band (1 credit per year.) Director Dr. Henry Schmidt 1st ROW: J. Fegley, S. Kienzie, D. Walters, J. Reid, N. Hill, K. Reynolds, B. Wehner, V. Sails, B. Gustafsson, Dr. McClain, A. Haenni, P. Valentine, J. Swick, P. Stauffer, T. Barna, A. Highton, P. Reynolds, 2nd ROW: S. Grannas, L. Masin, S. Robbins, U. Hoffman, E. Gifford, P. Mora, S. Rapley, J. Miller, C. Craig, K. Leesment, J. Wick, S. Mueller, D. Eichorn, J. Pfanstiehl, F. Frieberg, S. Petrick, D. Deegan, M. Bosenberg, B. Richman. 3rd ROW: C. Boyd, G. Charnbus, D. Ulrich, N. Feltham, J. Schupsky, A. Riethmiller, B. Mitchell, C. Staller, P. Ely, 6. Lauff, B. O’Hara, D. Simpson, D. Cress- man, M. Hettler, D. DDetwiler, J. McLaughlin, L. MacArthur, W. Reichart, D. Ritter. 4th ROW: C. Keelen, D. Widtouk, B. Keck, D. Roeder, J. Her- ich, J. Junker, T. Moessner, T. Stackhouse, T. Rhinehart. College Choir The Muhlenberg College Choir is a sixty-voice student choir which sings regularly for mid-week Chapel services, presents two concerts on campus each year, and normally takes a spring tour for several days where concerts are presented in churches. Rehearsals are held three times a week — Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 4:10 p. m. and Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Membership is by audition. All qualified students are invited to join. One hour credit per year is awarded to those who wish to regis- ter for credit. Manager Dennis Ritter Director Dr. Charles McClain 27 1st ROW P. Wieser, S. McKently. ROW H. Kunes, E. Graham, P. Hagan. Education Society Founded in 1955, the Muhlenberg College Chapter of the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) is one of the youngest organizations on the cam- pus. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for interested students to become better acquainted with the teaching profession . The activities of the Society include field trips, semi- nars, conferences and guest speakers dealing with the var- ious opportunities and problems in the educational field. The Education Society is open to all interested students. President Edna Graha m Faculty Advisers Dr. Adeline Kreinheder and Dr. John MacConnell 1st ROW: M. Tait, C. Hohhman, V. Harding, J. Reid, C. Greenstein, T. Fortmuller, D. Eichorn, E. Shafer, J. Walton. 2nd ROW: C. Haring, A. Haen- ni, T. Reinhart, L. Glazerman. The Institution of Sound The Institution of Sound was started in 1967 as a reorg- anization of the College Glee Club. The group is a twenty voice mixed vocal group accompanied by piano, guitar, trumpet, and drums. Completely student run and fi- nanced, the group books concerts both on and off campus and has performed in the Philadelphia, Reading, Potts- ville, and Lehigh Valley areas and has done two programs for National Educational Television. The Institution of Sound concentrates on selections from the pop, jazz, fold, and show music fields. All mem- bers must try out again each year. Therefore, freshman and transfers have an equal chance of becoming a member as any former group member. Anyone interested in trying out should watch for posters announcing tryout signups at the Union Desk, or contact the director, manager or secretary. Director Chris Haring Manager Eric Shafer Secretary Jean Reid 29 1st ROW: C. Constantinou, Y. Kim, Y. Bacon-Miller. 2nd ROW: J. Lee, G. Edwards, E. Sun. 3rd ROW: T. Thorsen, R. Constantinou, M. Mitro, D. Papacostas. International Students’ Association This organization was established in 1969 for the pur- pose of bringing together the foreign students of Muhlen- berg College, promoting international understanding, and bring a little of each nation represented to the students of the college and the Allentown Community. Muhlenberg’s ISA cooperates with the international students organiza- tions in the Lehigh Valley. All foreign students and Amer- ican Students, who have lived in other countries for one year or more, are eligible for memberships in the ISA. President Goeffrey Lee Faculty Advisor Dr. Joseph A. Francello 30 D. Bernardi, B. Spanninger, E. Hamilton, C. Impink, B. Porrazzo, N. Berkowitz, D. deCastro, J. Smith, R. Walton. IN TREE: R. Webster, J. Palermo. Mask and Dagger Mask and Dagger is the official organization to pro- mote an interest in dramatics and furnish an extracurricu- lar outlet for those students who have dramatic ability. The club, created in 1932, enables students who desire to acquire a practical knowledge of the mechanics of play production to study all the arts connected with the presen- tation of the play. Through this participation, students tend to develop a greater appreciation of dramatics arts, its applications, influences, and knowledge of the great playwrights. A stu- dent is considered for membership after he has taken a major part in one production sponsored by the society, after two such minor roles, or after participation in the production of two society presentations. President Craig Impink Faculty Advisor Dr. Andrew Erskine 31 Majorettes 1st ROW: S. Miller, J. Paquette, L. Potts, C. Hufnail. 2nd ROW: M. Sprow, S. Smith, B. Kindt, P. Ryan. 32 Pompon Girls 1st ROW: L. Ludwick, D. Outerbridge, D. Haas. 2nd ROW: R. Leonard, L. Zeller, J. Stubenrock, S. Avera, M. Boder. 33 if. j I 1 • £ ft ' OTinfi ■5L SEA TED: B. Porrazzo, L. Zeller, B. Beck, J. Hooker. 1st ROW: K. Ciecura, D. Mease, K. Haefelein, P. Nonnemacher, S. Ford, D. Toran, P. Pitcher, J Rubin, P. Larson. 2nd ROW: K. Sturm, R. Siegel, K. Christman, L. Speidel. Muhlenberg College The Muhlenberg College Modern Dance Club was or- ganized in 1966 as a part of the college athletic depart- ment. With the presentation of three consecutive concerts, the coed group has become an important addition to art on campus. The Club urges personal participation in the development of each concert dance. Meetings are held ev- Modern Dance Club ery Wednesday evening throughout the year in Brown Hall Gym to study technique, composition, and improvisation. President Roxanne Leonard Faculty Adviser Mrs. Connie Kunda 34 1 j . wjjl ■ ■ i,, -f mm A. JpLl j mm Jr C. Rosenberger, G. Raiczyk, T. White. Muhlenberg Ecology Action Group The Muhlenberg Ecology Action Group was organized in the Spring of 1970. The objectives and purposes of the group are twofold: first, the education of the members and the community on environmental problems, and secondly, confrontation with the sources of environmental disrup- tions in hopes of finding suitable solutions. Membership in the group shall be open to any interested undergraduate of the College, and all meetings and official functions of the group are open to the community. The meetings consist of discussions on environmental problems and frequently in- clude speakers on various aspects of the environment and our relationship to it. Chairman Timothy White Faculty Adviser Dr. Carl Oplinger 1st RO IV: B. Beck, B, Gustafsson. 2nd ROW: P. Parenteau, J. Byrnes, B. Wehner. Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre Student directed productions of contemporary plays Beck, Warhol, TZara, 3 1, etc: when the time is right, do and student work; oriented to awakening sensitivity to it; The time is right now. environment; Life as Art, Art as Life; Pada; OP; POP; Director Robert Beck Kinetic; Living Theatre; influences from Cage, TDR, Adviser Dr. Nelvin Vos 36 Mrs. Gasink, R. Schifreen, D. Cressman, C. Meehan, B. Solga, L. Glazerman. Muhlenberg Forensic Society The Muhlenberg Forensic Society was organized in 1968 to promote interest in all fields of public speaking and drama. Although primarily a debating organization, the Muhlenberg Forensic Society is offering membership to anyone interested in learning public speaking tech- niques. During the coming year, fourteen tournaments are planned in seven different states. The Society also partici- pates in intramural debates, radio discussions, and public speaking contests. Being the only coed team on campus, the MFS takes pride in the fact that both men and women may compete. President Carol Meehan Adviser . Mrs. Margaret A. Gasink 37 1st ROW: R. Springel, R. Siegel, K. Gislason, R. Richman, C. Greenstein, D. Huey, P. Parenteau. 2nd ROW: S. Berger, S, Mellman, B. Beck, P. Non- nemacher, T. Fortmuller, G. Whitaker, A. Haenni, V. Sails, J. Reid, B. Wehner, J. Byrnes. 3rd ROW: M . Koch, B. Cook, D. Eichorn, E. Shafer, D. Rit- ter, E. Kutchin, L. Glazerman, J. Lang. 4th ROW: G. Zettersten, K. Reichley, K. Lessment, D. deCastro. Muhlenberg Musical Association Each spring the Muhlenberg Musical Association pre- lack of adequate drama facilities, the production’s success sents a recent popular musical for the college community. depends upon excellent acting and imaginative staging and In the past few years such outstanding shows as Hello choreography. Dolly!, Gypsy, Canterbury Tales and Carnival have been Director Ken Reichley staged. MMA draws its participants solely from the stu- Business Manager Robin Richman dent body and is directed by a student. Due to a temporary Adviser Mr. Richard Bennett 38 D. Cornell, W. Buggeln, D. Shaefer, S. Miller, P. Christy, B. Decker, M. Wisneski, C. Buggeln, J. Glassman, D. Haas, F. Baldino, J. Roeder, M. Irving, K. Gaul, D. Bausch, C. Goehringer, K. Shumsky, M. Anderson, B. Perez, E. Laigon, A. Highton, E. Berg, C. Reeder, M. Bargio, G. Colburn, B. Hale. Muhlenberg Ski Association The Muhlenberg Ski Association (MSA) was founded with the purpose of providing an opportunity to learn the fundamentals and skills of skiing. Through monthly meet- ings consisting of films, informal discussions and planning of trips, the Association seeks to promote interest in one of the fastest growning sports in the country. Throughout the winter, the Club plans as many day and night trips as snow conditions permit. The season is high- lighted by a week trip to New York or Vermont taking place over semester break. For beginners the Club spon- sors a program of weekly lessons at a near by ski area. Membership is open to anyone from the inexperienced to the advanced. President Mark Wisneski Faculty Adviser Mr. David M. Seamans 39 1st ROW: R. Mitchell, J. Dundon, B, Davies. 2nd ROW D. Cettei, S. Champion, B. Bell, B. Gunning, R. Bush. John Marshal Pre-Law Society The John Marshall Pre-Law Society is open to all stu- dents, regardless of major, who are interested in a law ca- reer. The Society is sponsored by several area attorneys, all Muhlenberg College alumni. Associated with the So- ciety is the Pre-Law Advisor who is on the staff of the Po- litical Science Department. The Society invites law school deans to the campus during the year and sponsors other programs whose purpose is to acquaint members with the various aspects of a law career. The sponsoring attorneys and the Pre-Law Advisor act as a recommendatory coun- cil for seniors applying to law schools. Faculty Advisor Dr. Charles Bednar and Mr. Alton Slane 40 B. Gunning, P. Beech, Dr. Ziedonis, J. Matt, J. Musika, R. Cavanaugh, C. Montgomery. Russian Club The Russian Club has been established to encourage all Russian-related studies and to help acquaint students with the Russian language, culture, history, and way of life. Club activities are open to all members of the Muhlenberg College community and are designed to promote an un- derstanding of the peoples and policies of the Soviet Un- ion. Meetings are usually held three times a semester, and programs include lectures and discussions, travelogues, music, and occasionally a sampling of Russian cuisine. President Patricia Beech Adviser Dr. Arvids Ziedonis 41 G. Mozurkewch, E. Barrett, R. Walton, E. Wall, D. Papacostas, M. Carberry, B. Solga, T. Hallman, J. Koch. IN TREE: R. Eslinger, B. Presgrave, D. Detwiler. Society of Physics Students Dedicated to the advancement and appreciation of men in the field of physics as guest lecturers. physics, the Muhlenberg College Society of Physics stu- President David Detwiler dents is open to anyone with a primary interest in physics. Faculty Advisor Dr. Walter Loy At least four meetings are held annually with prominent 42 C. Barnes, G. Raiczyk, N. Grant, N. New, R, D, Steele, P. Mora, C. Crum, J. Hubbard. Spanish Club The Muhlenberg College Spanish Club attempts to year to encompass others who are interested in combining provide a closer relationship among all students studying fun with study of Spanish. or exhibiting a genuine interest in the Spanish language President Thomas Hubbard and culture. Monthly meetings are held in a relaxed atmo- Faculty Advisor Dr. Ana-Maria Diaz sphere to discuss Spanish-related subjects. It is the hope of Metzger club members that the group will be able to expand next 43 FLOOR: Mr. David M. Seamans. 1st ROW: C. Ortolan, M. Gingher, B. Sussman. 2nd ROW: J. Schafer, B. Wehner. E. Bock, G. Whitaker, D. Wil- liams, M. Roberts, V. Paes. Union Board The Union Board of Directors was officially organized in 1962. The group is composed of nine members, one rep- resentative from each upper class, six members-at-large, and a sub-board of twenty members who regulate the ac- tivities of the Board’s six committees. The Board is re- sponsible for presenting educational and recreational ac- tivities in the Union which include movies, mixers, game night, coffee hours, art exhibits, the Coffee House, Par- ents’ Day, and Homecoming. President Mari Gingher Adviser Mr. David M. Seamans 44 S. Hermany, S. Boonstra, P. Pitcher, J. Hart, D. Reese, J. Mitchell, P. Parenteau, K. Sturm, K. Lynn, D. Baxter, J. Grider. Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity Cheerleading squad consists of eight mem- bers who are chosen during the first weeks of the Fall Semester along with four or five Varsity substitutes. Membership is open to women of all classes not on aca- demic or social probation. They cheer at all home and away football games, all home and some away basketball games. The Cheerleaders strive to gain an active participa- tion of the entire Student Body in cheering for the athletic teams. Co-Captains .... Joyce Mitchell and Patricia Parenteau 1st ROW: P. Stauffer, D. Williams, M. Gingher, R. Richman. 2nd ROW: D. Detwiler, C. Diakon, R. Goldberg. 3rd ROW: E. Schwartz, E. Shafer, K. Reichley. 4th ROW: W. Garrett, C. Impink. Missing from picture: S. Paul, C. Haring, T. White, S. Hessler, S. Locher. Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities 46 WMUH WMUH is organized and run by the students of Muhlenberg College with studios located in the base- ment of the J. Conrad Seegers union. WMUH AM (640) serves the college campus on a 24 hour a day schedule of music and news. WMUH FM (89.7), a ten watt educational station, serves a potential audience of 200,000 p eople in the Lehigh Valley with a variety of programs during an 100 hour week. WMUH AM (1949) and WMUH FM (1966) are affiliated with the Intercollegiate Broadcast System. The staff of over 60 members receive “on the Air” training in many of the major broadcasting fields. There are always positions open for people interested in announcing, engineering, writing, drama, sports, news, advertising sales, and secretarial work. The proposed expansion of WMUH’s focus is de- signed to better serve Muhlenberg College and the surrounding Lehigh Valley Community. This year WMUH is embarking on a new program of class- supplementary material. All students with an interest in the many facets of radio broadcasting on WMUH are invited to join the staff. Station Manager Robert Storch Faculty Advisor Rev. George F. Eichorn 1st ROW: J. Dundon, R. Mitchell. 2nd ROW: S. Morrell, C. Budzyko, K. Bourdeau. Young Republicans’ Club The Young Republican Club of Muhlenberg College levels, was established eight years ago with the intent of provid- In addition to the work involved in soliciting voters for ing the students on this campus with a legitimate organiza- the fall elections, a number of trips are taken each year to tion through which they could express their political views state and national conventions and leadership schools and opinions. The club, although equipped to give realistic which usually mix an equal amount of political instruction experience in the world of politics for those people who are with pleasure. seeking a career in government, is open to students of all President Wayne Garrett political orientations and can be of valuable assistance in Faculty Advisor Dr. Edwin R. the “grassroot” type training both on the state and local Baldrige, Jr. 48 PUBLICATIONS A. Pomeroy, C. Ward, C. Impink. Arcade The Arcade is the only Muhlenberg publication that entirely devotes its pages to the student’s desire for artistic expression which includes literary work, art-work and photography. It considers all sincere student efforts, is published twice each academic year, and is distributed free of charge to all regular students. Previous editions of the Arcade have established it as one of the best collegiate magazines of this type. Co-Editors Geoffrey Axe Andrew Pomeroy Faculty Advisor Dr. Harold Stenger 49 M. Tait, D. Alderfer, S. DeRose, K. Lynn, S. Champion, H. Norcia. Missing: S. Friedman. Ciarla The Ciarla is the college annual. It presents in an artis- tic form an official summary of a year’s events, and is a chapter in the history of the college. The name Ciarla is derived from the Italian, meaning “idle talk.” All bona fide students of the College are entitled to receive a copy of the Ciarla each year by virtue of their activities fee. All interested students are eligible and urged to participate. Co-Editors Susan DeRose and Karen Lynn 50 Serving Muhlenberg Since 1883 Telephone — Allentown 433-8383 (Area Code 215) R. A. LORENZ Editor-in-chief PATTI CANFIELD Associate Editor STEVE HAMMOND Sports Editor JOHN GAGGIN Features Editor Advertising Manager: Editors Emeriti: Big Warshafsy. Circulation Editor: Dave Laskln LYNN REUTLINGER Associate Editor SANDY SMITH DAVE ALDERFER Business Manager Photo Editor GREG LAMBERT BILL MATTHEWS Editorial Assistant Features Editor Wayne Garrett Four — Steve Martin, Martha Glantz, Linda Stolz, Gene Faculty Advisor: Richard C. Hatch News Staff: Catherine Kuba ’72, Susan Rochow ’72, John Sawyer ’72. Luther Callman ’73, Carl Grothehen ’73, Chris Laubach ’73, Chuck Rosenberger ' 73, Linda Graefing ' 74, Rick Krieger ' 74, Bill Fraker, Bob Hale ’75, Rob Hartshorn ’75, Larry Hershman ’75, Cheryl Lapow ’75, Kris Leesment ’75, Debbie Martinson ’75, Seth Mellman ’75, George Mozurkewlch ’75, Chris Ortolan ’75, Rosa Palmer ’75, Gail Smith ’75, Nan Surkin ’75, Grace Tomkinson ’75. Photo Staff: Dave Keer ’72, John Dale ’73, Steve Hull ’73, Jeff Brand ’73, Joe Golant ' 74, Neil Barg ' 75, Michael Craven ' 75, Dan Eckhard ’75, Gina Paolillo ’75, Ron Servi ’75, Ed Salkind ’75, Bill Seaman ’75. Copy Staff: Jennifer Jacobs ’72, Susan Rochow ’72, Carl Grothehen ’73, Chris Laubach ’73, Nan Rush ' 73. Circulation Staff: Rich Etsen ’72, Rich Eslinger ’72, Dan Spengler ' 72, Tim Post ’74, Bob Berkowitz ’74, Dave Greenwald. Supervising Proofreader: Carl Grothehen, ’Third eye. Assistant Proofreader: Nancy Nickum, ’Fourth eye. Proofreading Assistant: Ben Howard, ' Fifth eye. Opinions expressed are those of the weekly editorial board and its columnists and do not necessarily reflect the views of the student body or the administration. Owned and published by the students of Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania. Sub- scription — J3.00 per year in advance. Entered as Third Class Matter, October 31, 1927, at the Post Office at Allentown, Pa., 18104, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Attempting to achieve an intellectuality in reporting as well as in analytical and editorial writing, the Weekly staff publish- es approximately 25 times each academic year. The Weekly is emphatically student-oriented. The newspaper, besides cover- ing campus events, stresses issues on other campuses and in the nation in order to function as a comprehensive, independent paper. Since 1883 the Weekly has continuously served the needs of Muhlenberg College. Writers, photographers, and business people are always needed on the staff. All faculty and students receive free copies every Thursday at the Union desk. Mail subscriptions are $3.00. Letters to the editor and commentaries are alway wel- comed if signed. Unsigned letters will not be printed although names will be withheld if requested. All letters over 300 words are subject to editing. 1st ROW: R. Krieger, T. Southworth, L. Reutlinger. 2nd ROW: D. Alderfer, S. Mellman, J. Gaggin, G. Lambert, S. Smith. 3rd ROW: J. Brand, R. Lorenz. 51 1st ROW: J. Reitz, W. Butler, B. Delp, C. Betz, J. Nilsche. 2nd ROW: V. Sawyna, T. Hansen, M. Heil man, G. Laigon, A. Marchio, M. Niemiec, M. Kinni, B. Bloom, H. Lester, M. Massa, R. Cuzzolino, J. Murray. 3rd ROW: R. Stahl, W. Mueller, S. Lawrence, N. Bond, C. Rumpf, W. Painter, R. Kopp. 4th ROW: B. Olmstead, L. Delp, G. Seidler, J. Matt, L. Allen, G. Broocker, W. Wyatt. ROOF (SEA TED}: R. Niemiec, D. Cornwell, S. Reiner, T. Easen, J. Cobb, N. Beh- ney, R. Lasinski, M. Steinhilber. ROOF (STANDING): J. Murray, III, .1 Nieman, R. Laub, C. Goeringer, R. Ciccantelli, R. VanArsdale. SOCIAL FRATERNITIES bSsuiq nBX 1st ROW: K, Heddon, M. Dikun, A, Jones, C. Corvaia. 2nd ROW: E- Nicholls. D. Roeder, R. Toth, T, Heiniman, J, Swarbrick, P, Rotherham, C. Farley, P , Sebastian, G. Glass, J. Perrow, J, Rametta. 3rd ROW: | . Dufford, D, Ayres, M. Cressman, T. Cooper. 4th ROW: S. Coreale, R. Johnson, C, Byer, W. Bilinkas. 1st ROW: C. Dougherty, H. Pomerantz, E. Kalis, G. Vasios, J. Pritchard, C, Diakon, G. Livibgston, W. Means, H. Freilieh, R. MacMullen, J. Bowen, D. Hava, D. Ramsey, J. Scially, R. Rogers, C. Buggeln, T. Corvilo, B. Decker, S. Smith, Rommel, D. Slider, W. Roetting, D. Shaeffer, R. Miller, T. Bennington, J. Buchowski, Ralph, J. Longley, R. Bush, R. Slier. 2nd ROW: J. AHwein, S. Soffen, j. Goldfinger, W. Duchcharme, J. Miner, H. Ehrgood, M. Kreindel, R. Goldberg, M. Gellmen, J. Benjamin, A. Schneider, R. Esser, G. Franklin, M. Schlomer, S. Holl, G. Rothrock, J. Brand, D. Currie, R. Major, E. DiYanni, T. 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Official Program Contents Muhlenberg College Director of Athletics 3 Football 6 Soccer 10 Cross Country 14 Hockey 18 Basketball 24 Wrestling 28 Patrons 32 Fencing 34 Women ' s Basketball 38 Ice Hockey 42 Baseball 44 Lacrosse 48 Track 52 Women ' s Tennis 54 Tennis 56 Golf 60 PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Official 1972 Souvenir Sports Program published by the 1972 Cl A RL A of Muhlenberg College MUHLENBERG COLLEGE Muhlenberg College ' s athletic teams logged an overall 68-68-5 record during the 1971-72 season. Men ' s inter- collegiate teams finished 58-59-4 while the women fin- ished 10-9-1. Raymond J. Whispell, Director of Athletics During the fall sports season cross country lead all teams posting a 9-4 won-lost record followed by foot- ball 5-4, and soccer 6-4-2. Bright individual perform- ances were turned in by senior Ed DiYanni who was honored by his selection to numerous all-star teams and junior Ed Salo who recived Academic All-Ameri- can honors for the second consecutive year. The excitement of previous winters was dampened by the fact that the basketball team, which previously rec- orded 3 consecutive MAC Southern Division Champi- onships, failed to make the conference playoffs posting a 10-12 mark. The bright spot in their season was deliv- ered by senior Frank Scagliotta who surpassed the 1,000 point mark making him the 9th leading scorer in Muhl- enberg history. Although fencing finished with only a 4-4 seasonal record they managed a 4th place finish in the MAC championships and found an All-American in epee when Ed Battle returned from Chicago, site of the NCAA championships. Muhlenberg wrestlers posted a 2-6-1 overall record. Spring saw Muhlenberg ' s defending MAC Southern Division baseball champions drop to a 7-6 conference record and finish 8-7 on the year. Similarly, lacrosse which boasted its first winning season in its history at Muhlenberg during 1970-71 dropped to a 1-7 seasonal record. Track finished 5-3, golf 3-7, while tennis pro- vided the winning posting a 5-1-1 conference record. In the women ' s program the tennis team finished as the only unbeaten team at the college posting a 4-0 mark. Women ' s basketball finished 5-4, while perenial winner field hockey managed only 1 win against 5 loss- es and a tie. Outstanding individual contributions to the athletic program of the college were acknowledged at the All- Sports Banquet where Frank Scagliotta was chosen the outstanding senior male athlete and Beth Spanninger the outstanding female athlete. Jay Haines picked up similar honors as the outstanding junior and Ed Di- Yanni was the recipient of the Eastern Collegiate Ath- letic Conference merit medal . Raymond J. Whispell Director of Athletics 3 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from the Classes of 1974 and 1975 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from the Class of 1973 C 0 Tr , y jewelers T stabliihtd IQO H. Bay Haas Company PRINTERS PUBLISHERS For All Your Fine Jewelry Needs 818 Hamilton St. Allentown, Pa. Tel. 434-6594 514-28 N. MADISON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. LeHi Famers Dairy 215-435-1509 LEHIGH VALLEY DAIRY 1000-1160 N. Seventh St. Allentown, Pa. 18001 1st row: M. Massa, T. Lehman, R. Toth, B. Weaver, T. Crockett, C. Evans, E. DiYanni (Co-captain), T. Reilly (Co-captain), L. Gonzalez, G. Hamilton, R. Major, D. Ayres, T. Dunkel. 2nd row: A. Jones, A. Reinhardt, T. Kleppinger, K. Dick, M. Bodnyk, R. Morra, G. Wheeler, J. Light, E. Salo, G. Fisher. 3rd row: E. Blaine, D. Dufford, R. Brown, K. Brooks, P. Sebastion, A. Schneider, M. Dikun, K. Barlow, R. Boll, H. Coons, J. Allwein. 4th row: G. Glass, T. Weber, J. Cobb, D. Ginty, S. Correale, D. Cornwell, C. Beyer, C. Corvaia, W. Bilinkas, P. Sullivan, R. Johnson. 5th row: F. McCants, T. Dillon, M. Cress- man, T.C T. Cooper, T. Brogan, C. Salvaterra, P. Molendyke, T. Starner, T. Wallace, B. Longo, J. Neiman. 6th row: A. DiKella, G. Stringer, W. Muszainter, T. Easen, R. Lasinski, R. Salley, R. Musz, R. Elgin, J. Murray, K. Hedden. Top row: D. Kichline (Trainer), M. Holland (Student trainer), T. Rush- more (Student trainer) J. Donmoyer (Assistant coach), W. DiGiacomo (Assistant coach), S. Beidle- man (Assistant coach), J. Biddiscombe (Assistant coach), F. Marino (Head coach), J. Gordon (Man- ager), C. May (Head manager), J. Conroy. FOOTBALL TEAM 6 Head Coach Frank Marino, Assistant Coaches John Dnnmoyer, Sam- muel Beidleman, John Biddescombe, William DiGiacomo. 1971 FOOTBALL RESULTS Muhlenberg 17 Johns Hopkins Opponent 13 28 Haverford 0 16 Lebanon Valley 21 13 Ursinus 16 24 Dickinson 17 34 Swarthmore 0 13 PMC Colleges 7 13 Franklin Marshall . 30 20 Morvian 14 The 1971-72 Muhlenberg football season was often re- ferred to as the season of the big play. Both the big play and the excitement were there this year, for the fans as well as the players. Six out of the nine scheduled games were decided in the last minute and a half of play. It was that kind of season. The excitement of a game such as the opener against Johns Hopkins, won on a touchdown in the last crucial seconds, was contrasted with a heartbreak- ing loss to Ursinus on a field goal, booted with twenty- two seconds left. Captained by halfback Tom Reilly and quarterback Ed DiYanni, the gridders captured a string of successes ena- bling the Mules to post their first back to back winning seasons in over twenty years. Highlighting the schedule was the Homecoming victory over Dickinson. This event celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of Muhlenberg ' s Tobacco Bowl victory. The Mules also surprised the statis- ticians by beating PMC, a team that by all rights should have easily defeated them. The sling-shot type of game, typical of the Mules, fea- tured such offensive standouts as quarterback Ed DiYanni and senior linesmen Carl Evans, George Wheeler, Dick Toth, Bob Major, Tom Dunkel and Bruce Weaver who was injured in mid-season. The excellent defensive line, composed of Tom Crockett, Ken Dick, Marshall Massa, Geoff Hamilton, Tom Reilly, Leon Gonzalez and Mike Bodnyk, also shared the glory noticeably in their holding of the highly rated PMC offense, thus insuring a Berg victory. The honors reaped by the Mules speak for themselves. Quarterback Ed DiYanni set a new MAC passing record and made the N.j. All-American Team along with national star Ed Marinaro of Cornell. Joining DiYanni on the All- Conference Team were George Wheeler, Geoff Hamilton and Tom Crockett. Ed Salo made the Academic All American team for the second year and Carl Evans, a fa- vorite target of DiYanni ' s, was the leading pass receiver in the ieague. Head Coach Frank Marino did an outstanding job of molding the Mules into the kind of team that was capable of big plays at the right moment. It was that kind of season. 7 ■ r ti 1st row: C. Bernecker, G. Sheenberger, K. Veit (Co-Captain), G. Vasios, J. Scially, K. Bourdeau. 2nd row: G. Edwards, J. Buchowiski, S. Chrisan- thon, J. Blodgett, D. Dieffenbach, F. Buschmann, T. Hilbert. 3rd row: M. Miller (Assistant Coach), K. Mackes, T. Duelfer, R. Dolch, C. Duelfer, R. Bodnar, M. Wiedersum, C. Walkiewicz, R. Lauchnor (Head Coach). 4th row: A. Rank (Student Trainer), D. Slider, R. Laub, T. Stauffer, C. Miller, R. Richards, A. Zipkin, J. Walton (Manager). Missing from picture: S. Eaton (Co-Captain), W. Ducharme. SOCCER The 1971 Muhlenberg soccer team and Coach Lauchnor have well earned our heartiest congratulations again this year for successfully completing another season of well-played soccer. The team, always dis- playing outstanding group spirit, worked exceptionally well together in overcoming the obvious disadvantages of the loss of the experienced seniors of the 1970 M.A.C. championship team and of co-captain Steve Eaton injured early in the season. Somehow the smaller the possibility of having a winning season became the harder the dedicated players of the squad worked to achieve that goal. The team consisting primarily of freshmen and sophomores had sev- eral outstanding players. Rob Richard led the offense by scoring twelve goals and by putting in a consistently fine performance. After several games the freshmen began working together effectively with Karl Bor- deau finishing up second in scoring. The defense was equally strong with senior co-captain Ken Veit ' s assured experience and the quality play of George Vasios and Ron Dolch. Considerable improvement was shown by Ron Laub, the most improved player of the year, and Dave Slider who filled in at goalie during Ken Veit ' s injury. Coach Lauchnor ' s optimism at the start of the soccer season spread throughout the team instilling in the players a competitive, winning spirit. This entusiasm and dedication as well as Lauchnor ' s successful efforts at pulling together a strong team after last year ' s outstanding sea- son can only be applauded. 1971 SOCCER RESULTS Muhlenberg 2 3 1 2 1 1 3 1 3 4 2 1 Opponent Gettysburg 1 PMC Colleges 2 Lehigh 1 Drew 3 Wilkes 3 Swarthmore 2 Moravian 1 Ursinus 1 Dickinson 0 Haverford 0 Lafayette 4 Kutztown State 0 Stevens (Canceled) 10 Coach Ronald J. Lauchnor and Assistant Coach Michael C. Miller. 12 13 1st row: R. Barett, S. Walters, M. Cary (Captain), R. Herwig. 2nd row; W. Stedman, M. Butler, R. D. Steele, Coach William Flamish IE jE CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team under the direction of Coach William Flamish had one of their best seasons in a number of years, posting a 9-4 record. The har- riers raced through their first eight meets without sus- taining a loss. However, the team ' s eight game win- ning streak came to a sudden halt when the top five men — Captain Mike Cary, Rich Barrett, Bill Stedman, Steve Walters, and Russ Herwig — were plagued with illness and injury. It was during this time that the team despite the spirit and physical courage of the mem- bers of the team, suffered its four losses bowing to PMC, Swarthmore, and Franklin and Marshall. 1971 CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 22 Dickinson 35 24 . . Delaware Valley . . . 31 22 . . Elizabethtown 33 15 . . Scranton 43 15 . . Lebanon Valley .... 42 16 . . Albright 39 17 Drew 39 50 PMC 15 42 . . Swarthmore 17 23 Haverford 35 39 . . Ursinus 21 33 . F M 26 14 Coach William A. Flamish 15 16 17 1st row: B. Gunning, C. Techter, B. Breinig, C. Young, D. Martinsen. 2nd row: M. Werley, J. Coldren, D. Ridley, J. Feeman, M. Binder. 3rd row: R. Barbour, K. Topping, C. Harman, M. Weir, N. Massie, S. Landis, J. Hecht (Coach). WOMEN ' S FIELD HOCKEY This year ' s women ' s field hockey season was not one of great promise or cause for much optimism. A poor tur- nout, especially from the apparently well-qualified fresh- man class, forced the small squad to become even weak- er. The unfortunate loss of senior goalie Pam Brindley set the pace for the remaining games with Muhlenberg com- ing out victorious only against Cedar Crest. Although Sue Landis was the squad ' s most outstandingly good player and Barb Gunning came forward as the leading scorer, our best players were still unable to get those necessary goals. Graduating seniors this year include Barb Breinig — right fullback, Robin Barbour — center forward, Kathy Topping — left wing and Karen Neyer — left halfback. The team will also be losing Debbie Ridley, a sophomore leaving Muhlenberg after this year. We must, however, admire the team for their perserv- erance despite their setbacks and their unlucky final standing. Miss Hecht hopes that all those girls who did not try out this year will reconsider in the fall and make 1972 a prosperous field hockey season. 1971 HOCKEY RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 0 Kutztown State 3 2 Cedar Crest 0 0 Albright 1 1 Lebanon Valley 4 0 Moravian 0 1 Phila. College of Bible 2 Millersville (Canceled) 1 Elizabethtown 3 18 19 20 21 Compliments Of The ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Of MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 22 CONGRATULATIONS ROBIN From The Stern and Richman Families SALOMON JEWELERS FAMOUS FOR FINE GIFTS CLOCKS — DIAMONDS — WATCHES JEWELRY Imported Cuckoo Clocks Giftware 606 Hamilton St. 433-1511 Allentown, Pa. GEORGE ' S HOAGIESHOP .Ah- SKI - SAIL - TENNIS x s MT. CLIMBING -CYLING Mf? sports Mon. Tue. Evening 5th Hamilton Sts. Allentown, Pa. (215) 433-0090 Compliments Of A Friend 1st row: A. Sincavage, F. Scagliotta (Co-Captain), D. Hava (Co-Captain), J. Haines, C. Refsnyder. 2nd row: B. Filipovits, D. Slider, R. Miller, J. Barile, J. Mulligan. 3rd row: CoacFi K. Moyer, B. Presrave (Manager), J. SchimeFil, D. KicFiline (Trainer), R. LaucFiner (Asst. CoacFi). BASKETBALL As Coach Moyer summed up the 1971-72 basketball season, when it rained for the Muhlenberg hoopsters, it poured. Before the season had even begun the Mules were hampered by the loss of 2 of their 3 co- captins. Senior Joe Paul chose not to go out for the team while Dale Hava was forced to sit out the sched- ule with a leg injury. Only 4 upperclassmen — third co-captain Scagliotta, Haines, Miller, and Refsnyder — returned to lead the Mules. Although the loss of these upperclassmen allowed Moyer to make use of freshmen Filipovits, Barile, Schmehl, and Sincavage, the lack of experience both in the starting line-up and on the bench presented the Mules with their biggest problem — a lack of con- sistency in their ballplaying. A cold second half con- tinually plagued the Mules and in the final tally the team lost 7 out of 8 games they were leading at half- time. Frank Scagliotta ended his basketball career with a total of 1,132 points making him the 14th Muhlenberg player to score 1,000 points and gaining him a berth on this year ' s All Star team for the Southern MAC. Fellow guard Jay Haines also made the MAC honor- able mention list. 24 1971-72 MEN ' S BASKETBALL RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 78 Washington 68 71 . Lafayette 89 82 . . Swarthmore 66 81 Albright 90 68 . . Kutztown State 57 79 Clarkcost 80 74 Vermont 70 75 Drexel 73 86 Lycoming 88 74 Dickinson 89 60 Moravian 70 87 Haverford 86 82 Western Maryland 77 73 Johns Hopkins 78 66 Lehigh 72 88 Lebanon Valley 100 83 Moravian 78 68 . . . Ursinus 67 94 . . Franklin Marshall 78 61 PMC Colleges 84 74 Delaware Valley 75 119 Kutztown State 72 Coach Ken Moyer 25 27 wi SMf 09W fri J X VI v i M « | jt ...j JL J I - : J 1 L - ST. - - - a Ik ’ r - -7 - . . m f = 1st row; T . Wallace, L. MacArthur, T. Shapcott, J. Wampole (Captain), R. Bush, J. Gaydos, R. Hankins. Ind row: Coach J. Biddiscombe, K. Dick, M. Bodnyk, M. Butler, J. Murray, R. May (Manager). 3rd row: K. Mertz, D. Cornwell, R. Lubetkin, D. Bosket, R. Slimmer, M. Kozo. WRESTLING Hindered by inexperience, a rash of injuries, and only two returning seniors, the 1971-1972 Berg grap- plers were able to end the season with a 2-6-1 record. The final results, however, do not do justice to the effort put forth by the team. Most of the matches were decided by six points or less. Despite these drawbacks and disadvantages ham- pering the team as a whole, several individual wres- tlers had exceptional seasons. Captain Judd Wam- pole, bothered by a recurring shoulder injury, was forced to miss the later part of the season. However, he did record the season ' s fastest fall in 1:58. Judd contributed to the team effort not only as a wrestler, but also as a leader and uniting force among the members of theteam. The team ' s other senior, Ken Dick, became the out- standing wrestler of the season by posting a 9-0 indi- vidual record. Ken is the first undefeated wrestler Berg has seen in the last ten years. Not many college wrestlers can boast such a feat. Coach Biddescombe has high hopes for next year ' s team which will see the return of several underclass- men who put forth outstanding performances this season. Freshman Mike Kozo, who came back after a knee injury suffered before Christmas, to completed a 4-1 record, will return with his fellow classmate Tom Shapcott. Another frosh, Jim Gayds, gained the high- est number of individual team points for the season with a total of 44. Joining these boys will be sopho- more Randy Bush who scored 24 points in a single bout which captured the record for highest number of points scored in a bout. 28 1971-72 WRESTLING RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 15 Dickinson 24 18 . Swarthmore 27 27 . . Haverford 27 18 . . Ursinus 25 25 PMC 20 28 . . Albright and 20 PMC Colleges 20 22 . . Scranton 25 7 Del Val. And 40 Moravian Lebanon Valley and 34 Juniata . cancelled 29 30 31 Dr. and Mrs. A Mr. A. Santore Dr. and Mrs. D PROFESSIONAL PATR€ NS Chronicle Ne ' George Galanti R Sharon- Berry Bradd and Lynn Oberg Wayne Garrett Mferrftt Reimer] Stu Paul Paul Werrell Dulfis Bausch - Elmo Bussey Trig Kleppinger Bill Bilinkas Ed Engelhart Larry Delp David A. Laskin Chris Harman Robin S. Richman Pooper Ken Reichley Barb 1 Jj[ Robin Calhoun Mac Mu Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Kaag Chuck Diakon Mark Stem Joel Galapog P Poss Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sea; Mark Wrzneski Michael Sipala The World War I Flying S 4£nd Robin I Bfend Mrs. H. Johnsto Joatme Doty LindwGleison Marshall Massa Robert Sp and Mrs. Ralph Grab IP ads | The Fabulous Five | Bonnie.Griffith Betsy Claplan Lawrence Cameron Harry Mackin AUen Reithmiller Se y Wexy Steve Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith Joan Oswald Barry Evans Gail Starr Mpd Dai Krhwartz e Owens Bonchack H lulljns i Barbie Kelton 1st row; A. C. Santore (Coach), R. Tartell, W. Silverman, D. Binder, M. Stein, T. Hubbard. 2nd row: F. Thomas (Co-Captain), C. Quade, E. Salk- ind, L. Cameron, T. Rush more, M. Whitner. 3rd row: E. Battle (Co-Captain), T. Duelfer, E. Sun, A. Sacks, V. Sawyna, J. Dun don. FENCING losses. The 1972 MAC tournament ended with ' Berg im- proving their team standing over 1971, but finishing where expected — in fourth place — preventing the surprise that they had in store for the league. Eddie Battle missed repeating his gold medal by one bout and took the bronze. The first full Muhlenberg fencing team to compete in the N.C.A.A. National Fencing Championships, seniors Fred Thomas (foil), Tom Hubbard (epee), and Eddie Battle (epee), returned from Chicago ranked 24th in the nation. But the most important honor was Eddie ' s winning a place on the 1972 All-American team on the basis of his 6th place finish. The 1972 season saw the ' Berg fencers record a .500 season which was stronger than the record indicates. After a 19-8 pre-season win over the Alumni, Coach Tony Santore ' s swordsmen carried off a strong 19-8 defeat of Haverford. Three very close losses followed, all of which were decided in the final bouts; Paterson 12-15, Johns Hopkins 13-14, and Stevens 11-16. An 18- 9 defeat of Drew and a 10-17 loss to Temple meant that both remaining matches were needed to prevent a disappointing season. Lafayette fell to the ' Berg team 18-9 after a long ride to Easton through the worst snowstorm of the year; and nationally-ranked Montclair State became the final win when freshman Eddie Salkind scored the final touch in the final bout to pull off a stunning 14-13 upset. Result; 4 wins and 4 34 1972 FENCING RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 19 . Haverford 8 12 William Patterson College of N.J 15 13 Johns Hopkins 14 11 . Stevens 16 18 Drew 9 10 . Temple 17 18 Lafayette 9 14 Montclair State . . . . 13 Coach Anthony Santore 35 37 ofncmv m k Wjk SsrZr J 1 Wk 1st row: W. Valentine, A. Koehler, K. Kreamer, Y. Miller-Bacon, A. Nelson. 2nd row: M. Martin, B. Spanninger, P. Sullivan, S. Achando. 3rd row: Coach Helene Hospodar, C. Hufnail, D. Ritter, C. Hutchinson, ). Klutz (Manager). WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Cooperation, enthusiasm, and talent resulted in a winning season for the 1971-1972 Women ' s Basketball Team. Led by Captain Beth Spanninger, the team of five graduating seniors and two sophomores scram- bled its way to a 5-4 season. Experience and a strong bench provided the key to this year ' s success. Seniors Beth Spanninger, Sharon Achando, Dia Ritter, Karen Kreamer and Merry Martin all returned to complete their fourth year of varsity basketball. Joining these girls on the starting line-up were sophomores Patsy Sullivan and Carol Hutchinson . The high point of the season came when the girls ' took the court against Elizabethtown, their traditional arch-rival. The team worked in close harmony to keep the score close throughout the game and finally gained a 56-43 victory. The same game also saw Patsy Sullivan, high scorer for the team, surpass her own scoring record by pumping in 24 points for Berg. A first for the female cagers this season was the addition of Lafayette to their schedule. The team faced Lafay- ette twice and overpowered them both times. One of these games saw Beth Spanninger become the team ' s second high scorer with 15 points. The 1971-1972 season resulted in an impressive string of victories for the team. Coach Hospodar praised the girls and four-year veteran managers Joey Klutz and Debbie " Duck " Huey for their dedication to the game and the team. 38 1972 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL RESULTS Muhlenberg 47 . . Albright Opponent 31 31 Lafayette 23 51 . Wilkes 28 26 . Kutztown 50 46 Miseracordia 73 67 . Lafayette 29 53 . . Kutztown 66 56 Elizabethtown . . 43 38 . Marywood 51 Coach Helene Hospodar 39 40 41 ICE HOCKEY In its third year of existence, the Muhlenberg Ice Hockey Club continued its winning ways. The Mule skaters have played eleven games in those three years and have won ten and tied one. This campaign the Hockey Club posted a 4-0 rec- ord. They opened with a tough 6-2 penalty-filled win over Reigelsville. The only other team that posed a threat to the Mules were the Spartans from the Coun- ty College of Morris, New Jersey, who the skaters dis- posed of by a 6-2 count. The Mules were led for the second year in a row by Bill Bilinkas, who tallied sixteen points on nine goals and seven assists. Bilinkas scored two goals in the first three games and came up with the hat-trick in the finale over CCM. Freshman Chuck Beyer, who along with Bilinkas and Ken Heddan made up the first line for the Mules, accounted for nine points for the Mules with four goals and five assists. Defensive standouts Geoff Hamilton and Lyle Allan each tallied seven points for the unbeaten Mules. 1971-72 ICE HOCKEY RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 6 Reigelsville 2 4 Melody Brook 2 7 Quakakertown 2 6 CCM 2 42 43 1st row: A. Keim, R. Bell, R. Haines, H. Coons, B. Walker. 2nd row: T. Oleska, E. Kalis, T. Corvino, T. Dillon, R. Bodnar. 3rd row: J. Walton (Manager), J. Pritchard, J. Baum, G. Wheeler, E. DiYanni, B. Major, B. Filipovits, Coach S. Beidleman. BASEBALL The Muhlenberg baseball team had several tough breaks in big games this season and were only able to post an 8-7 record. Although they were in the run- ning for the division championship until late in the season, the Mules were unable to regain their South- ern Division title. The campaign was marked by highs and lows. After a big win in the opener over Ursinus, the Mules were then downed by Albright 11-4. The big win of the sea- son came over rival Moravian; the Mules defeated the previously unbeaten Greyhounds on a clutch ninth inning single by senior right-fielder Bob Major which gave the Mules a 5-4 victory. The leaders for the Mules were Ed DiYanni on the mound and sec- ond-baseman Wheeler who led the Mules at the plate. Ted Corvino, Ed Kalis, Jack Pritchard, and Bob Major again contributed greatly to the Mule cause. The addition of freshmen Jim Baum, Bill Filipovits, and Randy Boll gave Sam Beidleman ' s squad the depth and youth that is necessary for success in the future. The graduation of DiYanni, Wheeler, and Major will hurt the Mules; however, the seasoning of the underclassmen makes the future bright fo the Mule nine. 44 1972 BASEBALL RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 10 Ursinus 6 4 Albright 11 5 Dickinson 2 3 Lehigh 6 5 Moravian 4 2 Wilkes 6 9 Haverford 6 2 East Stroudsberg State 0 4,1 Franklin Marshall (Doubleheader) 2,2 1 Delaware Val 10 13 Swarthmore 4 3 PMC Colleges 2 0,1 Scranton 9,0 (Doubleheader) Coach Sam Beidleman 45 46 1st row: E. Salo, G. Hamilton, B. Evans, A. Price, A. Beeber, B. Sexton, B. Rogers. 2nd row: ]. Rametta (Trainer), D. Currie, C. Goeringer, K. Van Arsdalen, ). Buchowiski, M. Prelovsky, P. Vineyard. 3rd row: Coach Frank Marino, N. Barg, D. Saunders, D. Cornwell, D. Shafer, W. Livingston, P. Smeraski. l J 1 1 J 1 W :T • n JL 1 l bJ ft. WMKBBKff n in nlp T ■» MK }} ' A He- jf — fi vOH tt JHE LACROSSE Despite the loss of last year ' s high scorer and the graduation of last year ' s captain, Muhlenberg lacrosse coach, Frank Marino, adopted a “wait and see " atti- tude about this year ' s team. According to Marino this year ' s schedule pitted the Mules against teams who would offer good competition without being out of the Mules ' class. Returning to lead the defense were captain Barry Evans at goalie, Bob Sexton, Ed Salo, Brett Decker, and Geoff Hamilton. Marino pointed to Dave Curry, Gil Livingston, and freshman Doug Cornwell to fill in the loss of last year ' s leading scorer, Carmen Grasso, on the attack team. Freshmen were also expected to play key roles in helping out Andy Price and Carl Goeringer at midfield. The Mule stickmen began their season with a deci- sive victory over Kutztown State as they trounced the Golden Bears 6-3. However, their season turned out to be more disappointing than their initial game led them to believe. Perhaps the biggest problem en- countered by the Mules in season play was their ina- bility to score in the second half of several of their games after being tied at the half. 48 Coach Frank Marino 49 51 k i BS ' Rif , ' -y mwL i ] " • H ' ,; 4 1st row: K. Veit, C. Bernecker, P. Budline (Co-Captian), F. Scagliotta (Co-Captain), J. Haines, T. Trotman. 2nd row: R. MacMullen, M. Cary, R. Herwig, M. Butler, ). Allwein, R. Brown. 3rd row Coach William Flamish, B. Maries, S. Walters, R. Barrett, N. Bond, C. Kostamo, M. Maliefsky. 4th row: C. Haring (Manager), D. Miller, K. Hedden, J. Murray, S. Correale, T. Starner, P. Minnehan. TRACK Coach William Flamish ' s track team was led by se- nior co-captains Frank Scagliotta and Paul Budline as it attempted to equal or better last year ' s 7-2 record. Although the team began the season with the leader- ship of Budline, the school ' s record-holder in the high jump, and Scagliotta, a versatile performer com- peting in long and triple jumps as well as sprints and relays, along with ten other lettermen, Flamish re- mained only cautiously optimistic because he feared a lack of depth . The Mules suffered a season-opening loss to Frank- lin and Marshall 76-64, but they came back to rout Lebanon Valley 107-38 and Swarthmore 80-64. The team ' s strength seemed to lie in the sprints where opponents in the first three meets were outscored 44- 10 and in the three jumping events where opponents have been outscored 69-12. The weight men who had previously been considered relatively unknown quantities have also done unexpectedly well . The team completed their season with a 5-3 record with the highlight of the season coming in the Flav- erford meet when Paul Budline broke his old high jump record with a jump of 6 ' 5 ' ' . 52 1972TRACK RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 64 . . Franklin Marshall 76 107 . . Lebanon Valley . 38 80 . . Swarthmore 64 75 . Albright- 69 Wagner 37 123 Haverford 21 55 . . Kutztown 70 61 . Dickinson 83 53 54 55 1st row: J. Parker, ). Roeder, S. Landis. 2nd row: P. Canfield, J. Pappas, A. Highton, Coach Jean Hecht. WOMEN ' STENNIS The women ' s tennis team under the direction of Jean Hecht was optimistic about the success of their season because of the return of several veterans. A number of talented freshmen came out to join sophomore Sue Landis, top singles player, senior Janet Pappas, and the doubles team of Sue Johnston and Audrey Highton. The girls opened their season with a win over the netwomen of Fairleigh-Dickinson. The team ' s optimism was well founded since they finished their season 4-0. Sue Landis, Audrey Highton, and the doubles team of Sue Johnston and Janet Pappas remained undefeated. 1972 WOMEN ' S TENNIS RESULTS Muhlenberg 5 Fairleigh- Dickinson 4 Lafayette 3 Kutztown 5 Moravian Opponent 0 1 2 0 56 57 v, v :. • i 1 Vinf T , 1st row: R. Hartshorn, M. Kaliner, E. Engelhart, M. Heilman. 2nd row: Coach Kenneth T. Webb, S. August, S. Kanner, T. Norcross, J. Dixon. MEN ' S TENNIS The Muhlenberg men ' s tennis team began this year ' s season with the attitude that when one ' s lost everything, there ' s nothing to be done but improve. Returning from the previous season were Marc Hell- man, last year ' s number one player, Stan August, Ter- ry Norcross, and R . D. Steele. The addition of a nucle- us of freshmen — Joe Dixon, Gene Frank, Bob Hart- shorn — and a previously ineligible junior, Ed Engel- hart, made Coach Ken Webb express a degree of optimism. The team was off to an auspicious start with the 6-3 victory oveT rival Moravian in the season opener. The fine performance of freshmen Dixon, Gene Frank, and Hartshorn was good news for the Mules. The pro- jected success of the netmen was quite in keeping with their final tally as they completed their season ' s play with a 4-0-1 record in the MAC competition and a 4-1-1 record overall. The once-beaten netmen were paced by the fine playing of Captain Marc Heilman who remained undefeated and maintained a record of not having lost a set in singles play. The duo of Heilman and Frank also completed the season with only one loss in doubles competition. 58 MW® wMim 4 . » v 9m KOMCfA « iH K C. 1972 MEN ' S TENNIS RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 6 . Moravian 3 4 . Scranton 4 6 . . Wilkes 3 3 Lehigh 6 8 Albright 1 9 PMC Colleges . 0 8 . Ursinus 1 59 Coach Tom Davis, ). Peterson (Captain), C. Aronchik, T. Heiniman, K. Moyer, Jr., C. Diakon, N. Behney GOLF Prospects appeared good for this year ' s golf team with a lot of talent returning to the green. Leading the contingent of returning letterman was Captain John Peterson who took the number one position this year. Other returning linksmen included Craig Aronchik, Nort Behney, and Tim Heiniman. Newcomers to the team were Chuck Diakon, Bill Butler, Gerry Aider- man, and two promising freshmen — Joe Hacker and Ken Moyer, Jr. Coach Davis expressed hopes that the team would do much better this season because of the new sys- tem of scoring by medals rather than match play. Mule golfers split their first two matches with a loss to Lehigh and a win over Ursinus. In two of their final matches — both tri-matches — they placed second. 1972 GOLF RESULTS Muhlenberg Opponent 445 Lehigh 421 401 Ursinus 431 410 . Moravian- 400 Wagner 435 430 Lycoming 449 Lebanon Valley . . 412 414 Lafayette- 375 Moravian 397 404 . Del. 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