Muhlenberg College - Ciarla Yearbook (Allentown, PA)
- Class of 1973
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The things taught in schools and Colleges are not an education, but the means of education. R. W. Emerson 2 3 4 5 6 7 l bv V N Y ■ .y ST°: • .V ; ■•• ; N-v ‘ ' ' v» , .C 10 _ „ . 1 aAAA a A S £ 1 1 12 13 Lost yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset, two golden hours, each set with sixty dia- mond minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone forever. Horace Mann Guy Ackley Robert E. Adams, Jr. David L. Alderfer Lyle A. Allan, Jr. Karen Anderson Carlos 0. Armour 17 Scott Lincoln Baron Robert J. Beck Elizabeth W. Barrett Dulcie Marie Bausch Walter Harlan Beadling, III Beverly June Bell Kathryn L. Bell Patricia Bellew 19 Jeffrey Mark Bleicher Elaine Block 20 Craig Robert Buggeln 21 Margaret Campbell Steve Cashman Ronald Cavanaugh Donna Lee Cet tei Jeffrey Chalal Susan Elizabeth Champion Tina Cheplick Richard Ciccantelli Patrice A. Clemson Michael Alan Conrad Catherine Elefterios Constantionou Olivia Margaret Cool Theodore M. Corvino Edward Alan Copelan Marilyn Coats James E. Conroy 23 Valeria Anita Daniel Robert P. Davies 24 Barbara S. Dean Donald Cory Deacon Brett William Decker Corinne Ann Dellaera 25 Lawrence Franklin Delp Lawrence Thomas DeMilio Terri J. Dill Robert Allen Delp John Dennis Kathy A. Dittmar Ronald G. Dolch Donna Lee Dougherty Kathryn Mae Dougherty Wayne R. Draesel William L. Ducharme Timothy Duelfer Ruth Dugdale ?7 Jeffrey Raymond Dundon Edmund Charles Dunkel Linda Susan Ecker Horace Means Ehrgood Elizabeth J. Ehrhardt Peter Ely Edward George Engelhart Ralph Thomas Esser 28 John Christopher Farley Janet Elaine Fegely Diane Fenicle Barry J. Fegely Sandra Kay Feinour 29 ( Gery Michael Fisher David Austin Fricke Natalie Francis Frank Friedman Sharon L. Frankenfield Susan Ruth Friedman Linda Christine Frenzel Steven H. Friedrich " ' ft Dorothy M. Frost Bonnie L. Gardner Larry R. Gardner Steven Charles Garner Karen L. Gislason Lloyd Gladding Ellen Gifford Gordon Lee Glass Joel Martin Glassman 31 Linda Louise Gleason Carl Fredrick Goeringer, Jr. Jack Goldstein Edna Graham Nancy Grant Joel Mark Greenberg Carol L. Greens tein Jane Grider mm Carl E. Grothehen, Jr. Barbara A. Gunning 32 Jane Hardison Priscilla K. Hagan Stephen Scott Hammond II Kathie Charlotte Haefelein Jay A. Haines Barbara Merle Haber 33 Christine Florence Harman 34 M. Virginia Hart Marc A. Heilman Kenneth Harrigan Timothy John Heiniman Robert Dave Hassler Arthur “Hank " Hendrickson John Henrich Mark Reed Hettler 35 Edward D. Hiergeseil ? Jamie Steel Holt Margaret Sue Hunter Martha Lee Huff Marilyn Jane Irving 36 Mary Lou Jab hour Thomas Griffith Jenkins Karen Jones Andrew Judd Diane B. Jacobson Thomas E. Johnson 37 Edward Katchur Barbara Jean Kelton Wayne Russel Kaufman Gary Kaufmann Susan Kienzle Steven M. Kelner Carol Knaefler Youngna Kim John Koch Rodney Scott Kopp Patricia Gillelan Kormanski Ellen Ruth Kramer 38 39 Monika R. Krohn James H. Landgraf Chnstel Ann Laubach Eugene E. Laigon, Jr. Ronald Mark Laub Robin Merrill Leavitt 40 Geoffrey L.B. Lee Melissa Lindsay I. Howard Levin Bruce R. London Barry N. Light foot James D. Longley Mary E. Meek Albert F. Meckes Michael W. Merkel Edith Elizabeth Merrill Barbara Kay Mann Sharon Louise McKently Robert Russell Mitchell, Jr. 42 Patricia Ann Mura James Edgar Muir Jill A. Musika Linda C. Morgan Michael John Niemiec William F. Mueller George R. Muller 43 Hope Irene Norcia Marlene Olsen Phxllis Ann Nonnemacher Brian Johnson Olmstead 44 Sheryl Chepenuk Paul Danton Ponzol Janet Ann Paquette Julie L. Parker Joseph Mark Paul Joseph Perrow Christine Lois Pisaro John S. Petersen, Jr. 45 Bruce W. Presgrave Letitia Raub Afif A. Qafity Elliot B. Redman John Rametta, Jr. Clinton H. Refsnyder, Jr. Arthur I. Rank III Warren Arthur Reichert 46 47 Samuel R. Rosenfeld Phillip R. Rotherham Edward J. Salevsky Edward Salo Elisabeth Laura Sassano Craig Robert Scharadin Cynthia Ann Schleicher Mark Robert Schlomer 48 Ellen L. Schmaltz Alan Lewis Schneider 49 Eric Sharps Robert Howard Small Thomas Sidor Sandra Lee Smith Denise Robin Silver Stephen Andrew Smith 50 Stanley Paul Solinsky Denise Marie Spisak Robert Stahl Deborah Belle Stanz Barbara Starr Michael Alan Stein Helen Stoisits Robert F. Storch 51 Arthur Wayne Thurm Patricia Tiss Cheryl J. Transue 52 Keith N. VanArsdalen Dale Philip Van Wieren Reid Edward Trevaskis Thomas John Trotman Michael L. Vanderslice HHHHI ' Elizabeth Alyce Vasil 53 54 Donald C. Wetzel Leslie H. Wexler Gail Whitaker Gail June Whitman Philip Lee Whitman Pamela Susan Wieser Jonathan A. Winston 55 Carol Sue Wiseman Ira Steven Wolfe Norman Frederick Wiss III Peter Seneker Woll Mary Jean Woland Mary Catherine Woods Christine Woznica 56 Jill Ann Yeager Wendy A. York Christine Ann Zehrfuhs Jane Victoria Zeile ■ Alf Barry Zerby 57 IN MEMORY OF VIKI ANN PAES CLASS OF 1973 The Muhlenberg community learned of the death of Viki, upon returning from Spring break. While vacationing in Jamaica, she met with a fatal car accident. Viki was a math major, secretary of Union Board, and often busy in the art department. Because of her love of art, a memorial fund in her name has been established, which will be used periodically to purchase works of art for the college. The first of such purchases has been made, in the form of a painting by Mr. Dan Howard. Viki was an attractive, reserved girl, whose tireless ef- forts in many aspects of the college community, will cause the class of 1973, and Muhlenberg College, to remember her always . I do not know beneath what sky Nor on what seas shall be thy fate I only know it shall be high, I only know it shall be great :VV.7: . 58 IN MEMORY OF SIDNEY G. WEIKERT . ■ ■. 1941-1973 : • ' Sidney G, VVeikert Nancy VVeikert, Leslie VVexler Pres. ’73, ictor Riu “VIGIL the das •NCE” scu of 1973 in n The contributions made by Sid to our college are un- countable. He was excellent in his job as Associate Direc- tor of Admissions, and his work was important to him. Most notable Were his direction of the freshman advising program, his work with the financial aid committee, and his counseling of students here on campus. As a profes- sional he was skilled in the multi-functions of- personnel work. ■. ■ ■ But beyond all this, we will miss Sid for the friend he was to the entire college community. Students, faculty, parents and friends will long remember the man . Dr. Hagen Staack, Religion Chairman ' .teiflerick Smith Em iha, Economics r. John Trainer, Biology George Gibbs Director of Admissions kiBEduciaiion, Char VanEerdeToia son, Librarian nuaxantiim nmtiuaui Dr. Henry Richards, Economic; Dr. Stewart Lee, Political Science ilitical Alton Slane. Dr. Robert Mil _ PhVcs Peter Sardo, Gi thy, History innurniminirii . ack Jones, Buildings mds, Superintendent mmmun iriJohn Wes ' Tryshavin with Klavaj in the morn bnWNEWl TtJXJfTy Richard Thomas, Psychology Dr. R.LuScha fer, Biology Dr. Claude Difeio i Dean of Students •xxxxx. English Dr. Minotte Chatfield English Wilson Serfass Economics fcJULX A jiiiwimm :i®§$HrWjy tit k r n inrrr inrs rrvr John Voyatzis, Economics Patricia Sey ilph Ardolino, Mil w .. U de DbSJbH pt Students mn mim r Mrs. Eitner mm m — sDO CHINA CAMFAIC N A CADEMICS 71 72 73 tfmam 74 75 76 78 f 79 DELTA PHI ALPHA National German Honorary Fraternity (L.-R.): C. Greenstein, B. Muldrow, L. Wardlow, J. Schaeffer. LAMBDA EPSILON DELTA Woman s Honor Society (TOP L.-R.): M. Irving, S. Friedman. (BOT- TOM): E. Vasil, R. Ardolino, S. Champion. 80 O MICRON DELTA KAPPA Leadership Fraternity for Men (L.-R.): R. Small, J. Junker. PHI ALPHA THETA National Honorary History Fraternity (SITTING, L.-R.): E. Graham, S. Yost, H. Lane, W. Perlman, C. Barnes. (STANDING): W. Butler, R. Mitchell, A. B. Gonsalves, B. Albright, A. Baker, S. Hommes, R. Ciccantelli, A. Riethmiller. 81 PHI BETA KAPPA (SEATED L.-R ): D. Silver, S. Champion, G. Brooker, M. Irving, F. Friedman, R. Leavitt. (STANDING) D. Serfass, R. Storch, D. Wetzel, S. Solinsky, R. Small, L. Demilio. 82 ' - PHI SIGMA IOTA National Romance Language Honor Society (L.-R.): T. Sihler, B. Kenan, A. B. Gonsalves, T. Cheplick, C. Woznica, C. Horn, C. Barnes, C. Shankel, P. Campbell, B. Haber, C. Wiseman, D. Silver. ETA SIGMA PHI National Honorary Classical Language Fraternity FRONT (L.-R): P. Valentine, W. Reichert, D. Winslow. BACK: A. Baker, J. Heinrich, R. Bohm, P. Asman. PSI CHI National Honorary Psychology Fraternity (L.-R.): W. Toman, B. Starr, S. Thomas, G. Whitaker, D. Barr, D. Stantz, Dr. Graham, A. Schneider. SIGMA TA U DELTA National English Fraternity SEATED, L.-R ): S. Champion, V. Sails, H. Nor- cia, C. Laubach, M. Tate, E. Vasil. (STANDING, ROW 1): H. Lester, M. Woods, B. Bell, D. De- Castro, J. Weber, M. Stein. (ROW 2): L. Gleason, R. Hagen, S. McKently. (ROW 3): M. W ' oland, J. Landgraf, A. Rosendale, D. Cettei, L. Ludwick, L. Tepp. WHO ’S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (SEATED, L.-R.): D. Bausch, M. Stein, P. Nonemacher, A. Highton, G. Whitaker. (STANDING, L.-R.): B. Gunning, S. Champion, D. Alderfer, S. Friedman, L. Wexler, J. Bjorenson, W. Reichert. 85 86 87 i.vV 89 College Choir Concert .T Hr ■ " Jj -DD -J m HP ddp|; ; ft Ik • JJ i’ TTi K |H | I | ||1 I 11 1 f 11 i il, r ,„ - j ■r iplF - ” Jp jt..m J| j r Jf m 90 91 i m s wm s f l[r m WMM ys . jfS mm Cake Decors ' « it - • . Sr. Joanne 99 COLLEGE CHOIR ROW I: (LEFT TO RIGHT): S. Kienzle, E. Gifford, L. Speidel, D. Walters, J. Fegely, U. Hoffmann, V. Sails, B. Muldrow, B. Gustafsson, S. Endress, C. Lodge, P. Reynolds, G. Crump, J. Swick, D. Eichorn. ROW 2: M. Lowe, S. Grannas, L. Masin, J. Reid, N. Hill, K. Collins, K. Rohrbach, B. Saeger, L. Eriksson, K. Criss, S. Yost, C. May, A. Haenni, S. Petrick. ROW 3: D. Berg, D. Ulrich, C. Staller, D. Cressman, G. Chambers, P. Mora, S. Mueller, J. Wick, E. Nemesnyik, I. Haenni, F. Frieberg, M. Hettler, M. Galley. ROW 4: N. Feltham, T. Stackhouse, C. Boyd, T. Moessner, B. Mitchell, D. Simpson, J. Junker, M. Boyer, W. Roeder, T. Rinehart, C. Lauf, W. Reichert, D. Ritter. BACK ROW: C. Keelan, T. Hallman, D. Wiktorek, J. Hen- rich, D. Roeber, P. Fly. ARCADE L. Wexler, C. Keelan, C. Ciango, T. Brunghard. 100 TB ] ' . £ w r 1 L J WEEKL Y SEATED (LEFT TO RIGHT): M. Woods, R. Krieger, E. Lewis, G. Lambert, B. Franz, C. Finch, M. Maizel. STANDING: J. Gaggin, R. Palmer, B. Howard, B. Caplan, M. Galley, R. Lorenz, M. Smith, J. Swick, P. Sheppard, S. Feinour. BACK ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): P. Crow, S. Werner, M. Con- rad, P. Mora, M. Krohn, E. Brown, D. Kirlin, K. Ciecura, P. Lar- son. FRONT ROW: M. Wiese, B. Gustafson, E. Lewis, J. Camp- bell, S. Feinour, E. Merrill, H. Lane. ART LEAGUE FRONT ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): A. Baker, E. Lund, R. Storch, M Werrell, B. Saeger, D. Fricke, T. Moessner. MIDDLE ROW: P. Smith, F Wiss, A. Weiner, S. Recker, W. Bengston. BACK ROW: R. Krieger, G Zettersten, C. Symons, M. Carberry, M. Schwartz, C. Finch. 102 1 uf 1 r M ' aSSL X § 111111 INSTITUTION OF SOUND ROW 1 (L R): T. Lithgow, B. Belcher, C. Gerhart, I. Haenni, J. Reid, Manager. ROW 2: R. Finelli, R. Messbauer, M. Maizel. ROW 3: C. Greenstein, S. Haney, T. Barna, B. Solga, E. Jones. ROW 4: J. Ewald, T. Rinehart, director, M. Carberry, A. Haenni, G. Stever, W. Clark- son, C. S taller, J. Williams. MODERN DANCE CLUB STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): D. Haas, J. Bianco, D. Bianco, L. Zeller, R. Siegel, K, Ciecura. SEATED: P. Larson, L. Speidel, M. Dungee, P. Nonnemacher, R. Webster, A. Brown. 103 PI DELTA EPSIL ON National Honorary Journalism Fraternity FRONT (L-R): G. Mozurkewich; C. Keelan; B. Howard; J. Laubach; G. Lambert. BACK: Dr. Stenger; R. Storch; S. Fei- nour; J. Gaggin; D. Alderfer. FRONT: SEATED, (L-R): Dr. H. Schmidt, W. Berman; Z. Dudley; L. Payne; E. Dunkel; L. Timmons; B. Horsfall; F. Buschmann; R. Messbauer; L. Gellety, D. Pollack; M. Mulford; K. O’Brian; S. Champion; S. Friedrich; G. Raiczyk; B. Kelton; C. Kuhn; A. Kapikian; B. Bender; D. Rauschenber- ger; S. Kemey; G. Schieder; A. Hanley; K. Mackes; R. Morrison; M. Maizel; B. Belcher; M. Koch; D. Wetzel. STANDING: S. Packer; P. Asman; S. Mellman; J. Mariani. COLLEGE BAND DRAMA s4tcetttc aaet OtcL JL ace 105 106 107 108 MASK AND DAGGER FRONT: Tom Fortmuller. 1st ROW: N. Berkowitz, M. Lowe, E. Hamilton, B. Porrazzo. 2nd ROW: B. Keck, R. Sie- gel, D. deCastro, R. Webster. FRONT: J. Hooker, K. Leesment, E. Nemesnyik. 1st Row: S. Goodling, S. Burns, T. Moessner, C. Lodge, D. deCastro, P. Mora, J. Long, D. Papacos- tas, J. Werley, R. Siegel, J. Wachtel, N. Baran, L. Zeller, T. Fortmuller, L. Gleason, M. Galley, M. Koch, G. Whitaker, S. Friedman, Barb Gunning. 2nd ROW: P. Nonnemacher, R. Webster, S. Holl, E. Kutchin. MUHLENBERG MUSICAL ASSOCIA TION 109 1st ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Gery M. Fisher, Kenneth M. Brooks, James E. Conroy, Alan L. Schneider, William G. Bilinkas, Jon W. Light, Ed- ward A. Salo, George E. Wheeler, Jr., Trygve M. Kleppinger, Gordon L. Glass, G. Michael Dikun. 2nd ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Joseph P. Allwein, Michael D. Cressman, Peter R. Sebastian, Timothy J. Weber, John R. Cobb, Kenneth E. Hedden, Steven T. Correale, Charles V. Beyer, Alan D. Jones, Albert Reinhardt. 3rd ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Taylor W. Wallace, Jr., P. Russell Brown, Peter J. Molendyke, Michael Maliefsky, Robert J. Elgin, Jr., Henry T. Coons, Walter 0. Staehle, Charles D. Salvaterra, John P. Minerowicz, Calvin D. Crovaia. 4th ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — William M. Painter, Michael F. Yaklich, Stephen R. Folger, Rich Musz, Michael J. Reid, Bruce J. Sieczkowski, Robert J. Wertalik, John P. Rundy, Thomas B. Smyers, Jr. 5th ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Stephen Bajan, Benjamin A. Martinez, Robert B. Reynolds, James N. Oliphant, Gary R. Kutay, John J. Dunne, Dan D. Rochon, Jr., Jeffrey B. Neiman, James A. Murray III. 6th ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — Joseph A. Yelencsics, William S. Ray, Gary F. Woodend, Thomas Oleksa, Thomas M. Dillon, Keith E. Ordemann, Vincent R. Vicci, Jr., Thomas H. Easen, Douglas E. Cornwell, Randolph D. Boll. 7th ROW LEFT TO RIGHT — Frank McCants, Ronney J. Salley, Robert M. Shirvanian, Steven S. Wolfe, Eric L. Butler, James R. Stampfle, George F. Salvaterra, Gary L. Podenak, John Epps. 8th ROW — LEFT TO RIGHT — P. Donald Kichline (Trainer), Mark A. Holland (Stu- dent Trainer), Robert D. Beck (Assistant Manager), Frank P. Marino (Head Coach), William D. DiGiacomo (Assistant Coach), Samuel T. Beidleman (Assistant Coach), John S. Biddiscombe (Assistant Coach), John E. Donmoyer (Assistant Coach), Robert E. Fagan (Equipment Manager), Charles D. " Rusty” May (Manager). Missing from picture — James A. Hewitt, Jeffrey K. White. Left Squad FOOTBALL At some time in his career, a coach must go through what is termed a rebuilding season. Such was the 1972 sea- son for Head Coach Frank Marino and the Muhlenberg Football team. Faced with the problems left by graduation a year ago, Coach Marino was confronted with rebuilding the Mule gridteam. It was going to be a long season. With only three senior starters, the Mules fielded what was probably the youngest team in the league. This creat- ed the foremost problem: inexperience. Coupled with inex- perience are numerous changes in position in a search for the right combination. These problems and a league stronger than usual, just did not combine to produce a winning season. It was a rainy day, a muddy field, and a small crowd which saw the Mules put everything together producing their only win of the season against Swarthmore. Despite the effects of a rebuilding season, outstanding performances were continually turned in by Jon Light, Frank McCants, Joe Allwein, Bill Bilinkas, and Ed Salo. Salo was chosen as Academic-All-American for the third straight year, and sophomore Frank McCants was honored as an all-conference selection. Senior Gordy Glass turned in a season performance which saw him as the team’s lead- ing receiver and Ken Heddon continually pounded out yardage to earn him the distinction of the team’s leading ground gainer. This year’s Graduation sees the loss of seniors Bill Bilin- kas, Ed Salo, A1 Schneider, Jim Conroy, Gordy Glass and Trig Kleppinger. But capitalizing on a year’s experience, talent has now been found to fill these vacancies and Coach Marino and his staff proved to be better able to uti- lize their personnel in 1973. The 1972 season proved to be a year of experience for 14 freshmen and sophomore starters. Next year should see the return of the team who a year ago was termed the team of the big play. Muhlenberg 1972 Football Results Opponent 7 John Hopkins 19 14 Delaware Valley 35 0 Lebanon Valley 14 0 Ursinus 10 9 Dickinson 22 21 Swarthmore 13 2 Widener 48 0 Franklin and Marshall 26 14 Moravian 38 : h ■ • |g|ig£3 B M . N w iBr ' if. c;J» ii wl -M J a . i — • • . t EKzi’l n c Wi • • • VaJl aT L » • ,t L Ml I3T ' J| =i By Ill 1 13 ROW 1: J. Paquette. ROW 2 (L-R): B. Kindt; E. Mickle. ROW 3 (L-R): P. Ryan; C. Hufnail; S. Smith; D. Leatherman. MAJORETTES 114 TV’ CHEERLEADERS BACK L-R: V. Hart; P. Barwick; J. Grider; T. Decoursey; N. Hill; S. Milardo; L. Deutsch; S. Hermany. FRONT L-R: J. Staehle; L. Graebner. POM POM GIRLS SEATED (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP): C. Risser; J. Stubenrauch; L. Maloney; L. Zeller; L. Ludwig; E. Urmston. STEPS (L-R): S. Duncan-Peters; K. Gaul; S. Avera; L. Abbey; J. VanSyckel; M. Bodor. 116 117 SEATED (L-R) — R. Laub; J. Scially; R. Dolch. KNEELING — G. Schoenberger; D. Miller; W. Adkins; D. Slider; G. Muntz; J. Rank; J. Walton — Manager. ROW 3 — R. Lauchnor — Coach; S. Crisanthon; W. Edwards; W. Clarkson; K. Bourdeau; A. Zipkin; C. Miller; T. Hilbert; K. Ziegler; C. Duelfer. ROW 4 — T. Stauffer; C. Rumpf; J. Buchowiski; R. Richards; S. Ridley; D. Lightkep; D. Taff; D. Dieffenbach. Soccer was the sport in the spotlight on the Muhlenberg campus during the Fall of 1972, as the Mules captured their first Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) College Di- vision championship and were tapped to participate in the NCAA tournament following an unblemished season in College Division play. The Mules opened their campaign with a 1-loss to Get- tysburg, a University Division opponent, and did not lose again until 61 days and 13 games later, when they were downed in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware Region- al final by nationally-ranked East Stroudsburg State College. In between came wins over such strong soccer teams as Lehigh, defending MAC University Division champs, 3-2; Haverford, 2-1; and downriver rival Moravian, 4-1. In the season finale the Mules downed Drew 4-2 for the league title. To some degree the MAC championship clash with Drew was anti-climactic. The season’s spellbinder occurred ten days earlier, when the Mules stunned favored Philadelphis Textile 5-4 in suddendeath overtime. With less than three minutes remaining in regulation time, the Mules scored to tie the contest at 4-4. Three minutes into suddendeath, freshman Greg Muntz booted the ball past the Textile goalie, giving the Mules one of the biggest victories in the history of Muhlenberg soccer. The win eliminated the highly-ranked Rams from the NCAA tournament. The Mules were paced throughout the season by Bob Richard, Prospect Park, N.J. junior, who was voted con- verence Most Valuable Player. The 1972 champions were captained by a trio of strong senior performers, including Ron Dolch, Teaneck, N.J.; Ron Laub, Swarthmore, Pa.; and John Scially Bloomfield, N.J. Scially and Laub were also named to the MAC all-star squad. The Mule hooters, who concluded the campaign with an overall 12-12-1 won-lost-tied reocrd, established another MAC milestone as the first Southern Division team ever to claim the conference soccer title. Soccer 0 Gettysburg 1 4 Widener 0 3 Lehigh 2 3 Drew 1 3 Wilkes 0 4 Moravian 1 2 Ursinus 0 3 Dickinson 2 2 Haverford 1 1 Lafayette 1 2 Kutztown State 0 4 Stevens 0 5 Philadelphia Textile (ot) NCAA Tournament game 4 0 East Stroudsburg State NCAA Tournament game 4 4 Drew MAC Championship game 12-2-1 2 1 18 1 19 121 SEATED (L-R) — J. Feeman; J. Hooker; K. Techter; B. Gunning; D. Martinsen. KNEELING — L. Nickle; S. Landis; J. Williams; B. White; J. Bombe; C. Young; M. Binder; J. Hoehing. STANDING — J. Hecht — Coach; P. Larsen; N. Massie; E. Osgood; B. Potts; A. Sherman; A. Hansen. WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY The 1972 Hockey season provided encouragement to both the play- ers and Coach Jean Hecht. As the season progressed a winning record emerged, indicative of the team’s fighting spirit and their desire to win. Throughout the season the defense provided a constant and thorough control of opposing offenses. Spurred on by returning letter- men Jody Feeman and Sue Landis, the defense worked behind play- ers Jan Hooker, Ellen Osgood, Jan Williams, and Liz Nichols. Liz, in particular, shocked the opposition with her crushing tackles and long drives. Although the offense began the season with an unorganized, weak attack, they soon developed into an aggressive line capable of grab- bing the goals. Barb Gunning as an inner held the lead as high scorer with Becky Potts, the center, in second place. It was not until the last half of the season that both the offense and the defense combined to produce wins. The losses to Kutztown and Albright were an initial discouragement to the team. With their con- fidence restored by a win over Cedar Crest, the team entered the La- fayette game, only to be met by a series of fouls which resulted in a tie score and an injury to center halfback Sue Landis . The tide turned after the Moravian game and the girls returned with a renewed determination to win. The remaining three games showed a well-organized and aggressive team. The highlight of the season was the win over Lebanon Valley, consistantly the toughest team in the Valley. With that victory plus the others, the season was definately a success for the 1972 Field Hockey Team . 122 Muhlenberg 0 1972 Hockey Results . . Kutztown Opposition 1 1 . Albright 2 2 Cedar Crest 1 1 . . Lafayette 1 2 . . Moravian 4 3 . . Phila. Coll, of Bible 0 1 . . Lebanon Valley 0 ; 2 . . Moravian 0 123 124 t r 125 ROW 1 (L-R) — B. Wiser; R. Barrett; M. Hostina; M. DeWalt. ROW 2 — C. Pels; R. Herwig; W. Nagle; S. Nix. ROW 3 — W. Flamish — Coach; E. Hogland; T. Rushmore. CROSS COUNTRY A rebuilding Mule cross country team held its own this year, and sported a respectable 500 season. The team, con- sisting of two juniors and six freshmen, showed itself to be a formidable opponent to the many older and more experi- enced teams of the conference. The Mule squad was captained this year by junior let- terman and school record holder Rich Barrett. Barrett blazed through the season, more often than not capturing top honors, and in the process bettering his own 1970 rec- ord on the Cedar Parkway course by 15 seconds. Barrett’s co-junior veteran, “Runnin” Russ Herwig, proved that he was not only valuable, but necessary to the team’s success. Herwig was usually found in Barratt’s wake in order to show up for the lead in many successful 5 mile “jaunts.” The bulk and body of the Thinclads this past season was composed of a fine group of determined freshmen. Steve Nix helped tremendously, supplying the needed “punch and depth” to put victory out of reach of the opposing teams. Mark “gabby” DeWalt also aided in supplying this depth for the team, as did Chris “Big Al” Pels, Eric Hog- land, Barry Wiser, and Mike Hostina. As for the season itself, the Harriers overran Dickinson, Scranton, Albright, Drew, Lebanon Valley, and Haverford, but succumbed to Delaware Valley, Elizabethtown, Franklin and Marshall, Widener, Swarthmore, and Ursi- nus. The squad, plagued by injuries, managed an average spot in the M.A.C. Conference: 13th out of 24 schools, but the team looks to the future. Under the fine leadership of Bill Flamish, we can expect to see the best Mule runners in this school’s history next year. Muhlenberg 20 1973 Cross Country Results . . . Dickinson Opponent 38 34 . . . Delaware Valley 24 33 . . Elizabethtown 22 41 . . Franklin Marshall . . 17 19 . . . Scranton 37 19 . . . Lebanon Valley 38 20 . . Albright 37 24 . . Drew 35 45 . . . E. Stroudsburg 18 44 . . Widener 19 15 . . . Wagner 49 46 . . . Swarthmore 17 26 Haverford 29 37 . . . Ursinus 20 128 ROW 1 (L-R) — J. Barile; A. Sincavage; J. Haines; J. Paul; R. Miller. ROW 2 — G. Salo; J. VanKirk; W. Filipovits; J. Schmehl; M. McCall; A. How- ley. ROW 3 — K. Moyer — Coach; D. Kischline — Trainer; E. Blaine; R. Schilling; B. Presgrave — Manager; R. Lauchnor — Coach. BASKETBALL The Muhlenberg basketball season revolved around three faces, two old and one new. Captains Jay Haines and Joe Paul led the scoring attack and freshman Glenn Salo ran the offense brilliantly for Ken Moyer’s cagers. Haines hit the milestone of his career against Ursinus on February 10 as he became the fifteenth man in the history of the college to score 1000 points. Jay also led the team in total points scored and was tied with Joe Paul for highest average . Paul, after sitting out last season, came back and took over where he had left off. He added scoring to his already exceptional skills of defense and rebounding. The baseline jumpshot became just as an explosvie part of the Mule attack as the Haines jumper from the Key or the Salo drive. Joe also joined the exclusive 1000 point club when he netted his 1000th against Franklin and Marshall on Febru- ary 15. Joe, in addition to having the scoring lead, was also the top rebounder on the squad. The 1973 Cagers were also aided through the efforts of freshman Glenn Salo. Although only a rookie, Salo took the ball-handling chores and general responsibilities like a verteran from the outset of the season. Glenn broke all rec- ords for assists and steals for the Mules. The 1973 winning season, however, was the result of strong team play. Coach Moyer was particularly pleased with the play of sophomores Bill Filipovits and John Schmehl. Both came through with the big play when need- ed and played consistently throughout the campaign. Despite the fact that the 1972-1973 Cagers were outsized by 17 of their 19 opponents, the team netted a winning rec- ord. Probably the biggest win of the year was the 69-63 vic- tory over Widener, putting the Mules in the MAC playoffs. A tight 73-72 verdict over Lehigh and a 98-93 blow-out of Johns Hopkins also highlighted the season. Although the Mules lost to eventual league champion Lebanon Valley in the first round of the MAC champion- ships, the Mules still had a very good season, posting a 13- 10 record. Seniors Haines and Paul were big factors in this success, and have left behind a Muhlenberg basketball legacy. 130 1972-73 Men’s Basketball Results Muhlenberg Opponent 87 Western Maryland 84 90 Lafayette 108 87 Swarthmore 81 81 Albright 82 91 Washington 78 66 Kutztown 70 78 Lycoming 76 70 Delaware Valley 60 65 Drexel 78 57 Navy 85 68 Dickinson 86 74 Moravian 61 101 Haverford 72 98 Johns Hopkins 85 73 Lehigh 72 76 Lebanon Valley 110 47 Moravian 45 91 Ursinus 74 76 Franklin and Marshall 81 69 Widener 63 103 Delaware Valley 76 72 Kutztown 82 60 Lebanon Valley (MAC Tournament) 98 132 133 ROW 1 (L-R) — D. Philbrook; R. Smith; P. Cashion; F. Whalen; J. Mitman. ROW 2 — A. Hansen; J. Williams; V. Brust; A. Nelson. ROW 3 — H. Hospodar — Coach; E. Nickle; C. Hutchinson; R. Potts; C. Hufnail; P. Sullivan; A. Donley. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL With a young and enthusiastic group of largely freshmen and juniors, Mrs. Helene Hospodor led the Women’s Var- sity Basketball Team to another winning season. Leading the way in a really total team effort were starters Patsy Sullivan, high scorer, Carol Hutchinson, Liz Nichols, Cin- dy Huffnail, and Becky Botts, with strong support from freshman Jan Williams, senior Audrey Highton and junior Anne Nelson. Though close and disappointing losses came from strong Miseracordia, Marywood, Lafayette, and Wilkes teams by a total of 9 points, the fast ball handling team was able to triumph in 5 other outings . Winning their first start at Albright, Berg moved to Wilkes. Trailing for 3 quarters the opposition was able to successfully contain the Berg offense with a man to man defense in the fourth quarter bringing the game to a tie which Berg lost in overtime. A close confrontation with Kutztown ended in victory, as did that with Upsala on the girls home court. Despite fine performances by Patsy Sul- livan of 23 and 27 points against Lafayette and Marywood respectively, Berg’s loss of control at the foul line proved fatal. However, when Kutztown returned for another match at Berg, the home teams’ prowess in moving the ball on their own court became evident in a victory! Though freshmen composed the remainder of the team, their great spirit and hard efforts (shown in 3 JV games with Wilkes, Kutztown, and Marywood) enhanced all the girls with a well deserved sense of pride. 1973 Women’s Basketball Results Muhlenberg 44 Albright Opponent 39 46 Wilkes 48 40 Kutztown 38 58 Upsala 37 41 Lafayette 45 52 Marywood 54 34 Miseracordia 35 60 Kutztown 3 7 45 Cedar Crest 9 134 t mm ' , ?r ROW 1 (L-R) — M. Kozo; T. Shapcott; J. Gaydos; G. Seidler; R. Bush; G. Holmes. ROW 2 — W. Roeder — Manager; J. Hewitt; E. Butler, G. Poden- ak; S. Burak; B. Halejian; J. Biddiscombe — Coach. ROW 3 — H. Ridyard; R. Slimer; S. Muench; R. Lubetkin; D. Bosket; S. Crisanthon. WRESTLING The Muhlenberg wrestling team showed they would be a team to reckon with in the future at the end of their 1972- 73 campaign. Second-year coach John Biddescombe openly expressed extreme satisfaction with the grapplers 5-5-2 record. During the season, the Mules showed their strength in the lightweights. Along with Jim Gaydos, sophomores 118 pounder Mike Kozo and 126 pounder Tom Shapcott impressed the opposition. Between the three, they only lost a total of four bouts, Kozo 7-1, Shapcott 9-1, and Gay- dos 10-2. Gary Podenak set a new record for the Mule grap- plers when he pinned Bill Fitzgerald of Widener in 1:05. A feather in the cap of the Mules was their performance in the MAC tournament. Sophomore Jim Gaydos took the 134 pound championship at the tourney with a tough 3-2 win over Scott Schell of Moravian. The Mules got two oth- er place winners at the tournament, both fourth place win- ners, Glen Holmes at 150 and Steve Burak at 190. The Mules as a team captured seventh place at the tourna- ment, compiling 24 points. Probably the most amazing factor about the 72-73 wrestling team is the fact that they were all freshmen and sophomores. Coach Biddescombe has a good future to look forward to in the coming seasons . Muhlenberg 1972-73 Wrestling Results Opponent 17 Swarthmore 31 34 Haverford 12 21 Ursinus 12 18 Susquehanna 26 19 Albright 13 45 Widener 5 18 Scranton 18 6 Delaware Valley . . . 32 15 Moravian 24 18 Lebanon Valley . . . 18 26 Juniata 11 13 Elizabethtown .... 26 138 ! V S ' - i 139 M 140 ROW 1 (L-R) — A. Santore — Coach; M. Stein; W. Clarkson; D. Binder; S. Chamish. ROW 2 — L. Krevitz; S. Forman; E. Sun; B. Wiener. ROW 3 — T. Duelfer; G. Broocker; R. Taxin; V. Sawyna; J. Dundon. FENCING The 1972-73 fencing season resulted in 2 wins and 6 loss- es, with three fencers making the Middle Atlantic Confer- ence All-Conference team. After opening with a close 14-13 tune-up loss to the Alumni, the swordsmen defeated Haverford 16-11, with Vi Sawyna, Mike Stein ’73, Bill Clarkson, and Tim Duelfer ’73 leading the way with undefeated records. Losses of 9-18 to a strong William Paterson team, 7-20 to Johns Hopkins, 10-17 to Stevens, and 9-18 to a surprising Drew team marked a long dry period before a satisfying 16-11 win over visiting Lafayette, with Sawyna again going undefeated. Losses to Temple (9-18) and Montclair (8-19) ended a dis- appointing dual-meet season that began as a re-building year facing the loss of the five biggest winners of the previ- ous team. The M.A.C. Championships saw Muhlenberg finish fifth overall, with a strong second place in team sabre, and three All-Conference team members, sabremen Mike Stein and David Binder, and epee Vi Sawyna. Muhlenberg 13 1973 Fencing Results .... Alumni Opponent 14 16 . . Haverford 11 9 .... William Paterson . 18 7 . . . . Johns Hopkins 20 10 .... Stevens 17 9 .... Drew 18 16 ... Lafayette 11 9 .... Temple 18 8 . Montclair State 19 142 ' 143 144 145 FRONT (L-R): C. Ciangio; N. Sahaydak. BACK (L-R): L. Snyder; L. Abbey; B. Scammell; C. Porter. WOMEN’S FENCING The Women’s Fencing Club, formed in the Fall of 1972, completed its first season with a record of 3 wins, and 5 losses. The teams played were: Wm. Paterson College (A), loss; Montclair State (A), loss; Drew University (A), loss; Cedar Crest (A), win; John Jay College (H), win; Temple University (A), loss; Bethlehem YWCA (H), loss; Bethle- hem YWCA (A), win. Coached by Tony Santore and Fred Thomas, the club attracted 10 girls to comprise a team of Linda Abbey, Cyndy Ciangio (Pres.), Karen Cloak, Jelena Dinic, Alexis Kapikian, Carol Porter, Nadine Sahayadak (Dir. of Activi- ties), Barbara Scammell (Sec.-Treas.), Lauri Snyder, and Michele Wiese. The girls were usually split into two teams of 4 with an alternate during a meet. This enabled the club to field a varsity and a JV team. The JV season total was 2 wins, 3 losses. The girls posted quite a successful season due in large part to the club’s initial formation by President Cyndy Ciango. Competing on only a club level at the present, the Women’s Fencing Club hopes to introduce the sport on an intercollegiate level for women by 1975. 146 147 ICE HOCKEY The Muhlenberg Ice Hockey Club kept its phenomenal winning streak going for another year. The Mule skaters were able to schedule only three games, but they came away with three more wins. The Mules opened their season with a tough 6-2 over a very physical team from Reiglesville. The hard-hitting game was punctuated with numerous penalites and saw a disqualification of an over-zealous Reiglesville defenseman. All pre-game expectations of a close game were shat- tered in the Mules second game, when they destroyed Quakertown, 14-3. The Mules came up with seven goals in the first period and coasted from there. The final game of the season proved to be the most dra- matic of the club’s history. Playing with a substitute goal- ie, the Mules came from behind to take a 3-2 victory over Moravian. Down 2-1 at the end of the second period, the Mules roared back, tied the score midway through the third stanza, and Bill Bilinkas scored to give the Mules the victory . The Mule skaters completed their fourth year with hope of possible acceptance to a league, as their lifetime record stands at 12-0-1. Graduating seniors, Bill Bilinkas and Lyle Allan, who originally organized the team will leave 2 big vacancies to fill for the Mule Skaters . 1973 Ice Hockey Results Muhlenberg Opponent 6 Reiglesville 2 14 Quakertown 3 3 Moravian 2 148 ROW 1 (L-R) — S. Orens; S. Muench; D. O’Reilly; A. Knisely; D. Wall; K. Bourdeau; J. Allwein; J. Haines. ROW 2 — W. Staehle; E. Sharps; D. Hickey; B. Wiser; D. Rochon; M. Maliefsky; S. Correale; R. Brown. ROW 3 — W. Flamish — Coach; B. Maries; R. Barrett; R. DeWalt; S. Nix; R. Herwig; S. Smith; L. Barrie — Coach. TRACK The 1973 Cinderman continued their winning ways of previous years thanks to some veteran letterman and some new freshman blood. Although weak in depth in some events, the Thinclads posted a 6-5 record for the season. The team was led by tri-captains Jay Haines, outstanding in the long and triple jumps, Rich Barrett, and Eric Sharps, the teams mainstay in the sprints. Barrett spent most of the season healing an injury he received in cross- country. Other outstanding performances during the season were handed in by several team members. Junior Joe Allwein aided in making the jumping events very tough for oppo- nents, and even tied the school record for the triple jump. Junior Russ Brown was consistent in the 440 and 180 hur- dles, as was junior Blake Maries in the javelin event. Freshman standouts were Walt Staele in the 880 run, Steve Nix in the mile and two mile runs, Dave Wall in the 440 yard run, and Scott Orens in the shot and discus throws. The depth was provided for in the forms of Russ Herwig in the distance, Karl Bordeau and Craig Bernecker in the sprints, Barry Wiser in the 880, Mike Maliefsky and Dan Rochon in the javelin. During the course of their compact season, the squad downed Dickenson, Albright, Haverford, Lebanon Valley, Franklin and Marshall, and Widner, while they were beat- 150 en by Kutztown, Ursinus, Swathmore, Delaware Valley, and Wagner. The team also fielded two relay teams in the 79th Penn Relays. The teams of Staele, Barrett, Nix, and Wall, and Sharps, Herwig, Staele, and Wall competed in the distance medley and mile relay and put Muhlenberg in the top 30 teams in the country. Unfortunately, by the time of the M.A.C. championship meet, most of the thinclads showed great fatigue and suc- ceeded in placing only Jay Haines and Joe Allwein in the jumping competition. However, only losing two team members to graduation, the squad should have a good nu- cleus for next season . 1973 Track Results Muhlenberg Opponent 64 . . . Widener 79 89 . . . Franklin Marshall 56 74 . . . Lebanon Valley 71 51 . . . Swarthmore 74 Delaware Valley 56 81 . . . Albright 34 . . . Wagner 65 82 . Haverford 63 43 . . . Kutztown State 64 . . . Ursinus 73 83 . . . Dickinson 61 151 152 153 ROW 1 (L-R) J. Dixon; T. Norcross; B. Wyatt; K. Webb — Coach. ROW 2 — G. Frank; S. August; M. Heilman; S. Thau; E. Englehart. Not pictured — W. Burian. MEN’S TENNIS Coming off an impressive 1972 campaign that nearly resulted in a league championship and having the top players from that squad returning, Coach Ken Webb and his Muhlenberg tennis team had to be optimistic prior to the start of this 1973 season. Only with the additions of freshman Stu Thau, juniors Bill Wyatt and Terry Norcross and senior, in every sense of the word, Bill Burian, did this feeling become reality. W’ith Captain Marc Heilman, Ed Engelhart and Gene Frank holding down the three top pos- itions, Wyatt, Thau, Burian and Joe Dixon gave the Mules the depth and consistency, in both singles and doubles, that is needed by any squad which has aspirations of being on top in their conference. Unfortunately, Swarthmore quickly put an end to that thought but throughout the rest of the season, with the exception of Lehigh University, the netmen did a little trouncing of their own by not allowing more than two points to be scored on them in any one match, including the always tough Dickinson, who fell by a 7-2 count. Their 5-1-0 record in the MAC Southern division, which disre- gards a match at Wilkes which stood at 4-0 before rain forced a cancellation, placed them in a tie for the second slot, thus repeating last year’s achievement. Individually, two graduating seniors and sophomore Gene Frank brought glory to the College. Marc Heilman won three consecutive singles matches to become the first Mule to ever reach the semi-finals of the post-season MAC Tournament, while Frank and Ed Engelhart teamed for two easy wins before bowing out in the quarter finals, an- other first for Muhlenberg. Despite losing three starters, the netmen and Coach Webb are hopeful that they will continue their winning ways next season . Muhlenberg 0 Tennis results .... Swarthmore . . . . Opponent 9 1 Lehigh 8 9 .... Moravian 0 9 .... Widener 0 7 1 ' 2 ... Albright 1 1 2 8 Ursinus 1 7 Dickenson ... 2 4 Wilkes 0 154 155 ROW 1 (L-R) — J. Parker; D. Silver; J. Rader. ROW 2 — J. Hecht — Coach; P. Canfield; S. Landis; E. Hawman; D. Miedema; A. Highton. WOMEN’S TENNIS The Women’s tennis team under the direction of Jean Hecht finished with a 3-2 record thanks to the efforts of a considerably experienced group of girls. Several returning lettermen anchored the 1973 squad including Sue Landis at first singles, Patti Canfield, Audrey Highton, and a strong first doubles team consisting of Denise Silver and Jill Rader. The team opened with two straight wins over Albright and Fairleigh Dickinson, and finished the season with a strong defeat of Lafayette. Season losses came from Cedar Crest and Kutztown, both close matches. The team’s schedule was sharply curtailed by rain. The second doubles team varied throughout the season. Many of the girls who played doubles will return to the ’74 squad to replace graduating seniors Audrey Highton, Den- ise Silver, and Julie Parker. Muhlenberg 4 1973 Women’s Tennis Results Albright Opponent 1 4 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 2 Cedar Crest 3 2 Kutztown 3 4 Lafayette 1 156 V ' - u . .. Mill S mi WmM h mi v8H JE1 i .j r B r -ft 7 J Br ■ v Y If nr R1 SITTING (L-R) - R. Beck; D. Pasqualone; E. Kalis; T. Corvino; J. Pritchard; R. Boll; M. Stephens; W. Ray. STANDING — J. Walton — Manager; M. Caine; H. Coons; T. Oleksa; R. Haines; M. Reid; R. Bodnar; E. Lund; W. Filipovits; E. Butler; S. Beidleman — Coach. 1973 Baseball Results Muhlenberg Opponent 3 Lafayette 4 4 Widener 5 11,4 Lebanon Valley 2,2 (Doubleheader) 12 Ursinus 10 11 Albright 2 11 Drew 2 7 Dickinson 4 3 Lehigh 8 0, 3 Moravian 8, 2 (Doubleheader) 10 Haverford 1 0,4 Franklin Marshall 1,5 (Doubleheader) 0 Delaware Valley 9 i 3 Swarthmore 1 3, 6 Johns Hopkins 2,5 (Doubleheader) 4 Wilkes 6 The Mule baseball team came up with a surprising sea- son this year, with what appeared to be a questionable pitching staff at outset. Coach Sam Beidleman was very pleased with the team overall, and happy with the pitching in particular. Last year’s workhorse had graduated, so he had to look to a freshman for help, and Mike Reid filled that hope perfect- ly. Reid finished the campaign with a 1.23 earned run aver- 158 age and led the staff in wins. Reid came up with both wins in the doubleheader, pitching 11 2 3 innings, 7 in the first BASEBALL and 4 2 3 in relief in the nightcap. Sophomore Ric Bodnar also came up with a fine pitching performance striking out 13 and hitting a home run against Swarthmore. Junior Ed Kalis was the big man with the bat for the Mules, leading them in batting average, hits and stolen bases. Jack Pritchard and Bill Filipovits were also big guns at bat for the Mules. The Mules lost three important games, one to Widener and a doubleheader to F M, all by only one run. Any combination of two wins in those three games would have given the Mules a shot at the league title or a bid to the EC AC post-season tournament. Several other young players were standouts for the Mules. Freshman Mark Stephens handled the second base chores near perfectly, committing only one error through- out the season. Billy Ray took over the catching responsi- bilities although he had not played that position for four years. Sophomore Randy Boll proved to be the utility play- er, playing second, third, shortstop and the outfield all excellantly . The Mules lost only one player, but he will be a hard man to replace, Ted Corvino. Corvino grabbed the short- stop slot his freshman year and remained there until grad- uation. As this season’s captain, he again showed the agili- ty, quick hands and strong arm so necessary in that diffi- cult position. Coach Beidleman will have to look hard to find a player who can combine those fielding skills with the knack of coming up with the clutch hit. With a young team and an experienced pitching staff, the Mules next season should be able to improve on their 11-8 record. 160 %trwF ' is FtpC 1 iqp Sr4 ji ROW 1 (L-R) — R. Rogers; E. Salo; K. VanArsdalen; D. Currie; R. Sexton; C. Goeringer; ROW 2 — M. Prelovsky; W. Alesbury; M. Sebella; J. Buch- owiski; D. Shafer; N. Bard; C. Pelkey; ROW 3 — P. Vineyard; W. DeStefano; H. Melnik; W. Adkins; R. Gresh; R. Braunschweiger; D. Cornwell; ROW 4 — T. Graves; G. Salo; M. Harmelin; J. Liss; J. Dunne; D. Kennedy; J. Reitz; F. Marino — Coach. LACROSSE The 1973 Lacrosse season was one of contrasting high- lights and disappointments. Muhlenberg fielded a surpris- ingly strong team despite the loss of four seniors from the squad. A large turnout of experienced freshmen and sever- al first year upperclassmen filled in the team’s weak positions . This year’s season was highlighted by an upset 10-9 win over Lafayette, a team previously unbeaten by the Muhl- enberg stickmen. Other wins were recorded over Kutz- town, Haverford, and Stevens. The season opened opti- mistically as the Mules held Swarthmore to a 4-4 tie in regulation time. However, the team lost 6-4 in overtime. Inconsistant team play, sporadic offense, and excessive penalties on defense were responsible for the loss of several close games. Coached by Frank Marino, the team posted a 4-6 record, its best in several years. The loss of high scoring seniors and co-captains Dave Currie and Keith Van Arsdalen, along with Ed Salo, Bob Sexton, Carl Goeringer, and Bob Rogers, will make it difficult for next year’s team to im- prove on this record. The team is basing its hopes on sever- al incoming freshmen along with many returning letter- men. A large home crowd supported the stickmen through- out the season, despite often rainy or freezing weather. 1973 Lacrosse Results Muhlenberg Opponent 4 Swarthmore 6 7 Widener 9 9 Kutztown State 6 6 Dickinson 8 2 Lebanon Vwey 10 9 Stevens 5 6 Wilkes 11 7 Haverford 5 10 Kutztown State 15 10 . Lafayette 9 162 163 STANDING (L-R)-T. Hadzor; J. Robinson; J. Hacker; C. Aronchick. KNEELING — K. Ordeman; K. Moyer. GOLF The 1973 Muhlenberg golf team’s 8-5 record was the sec- ond winning season posted by a Mule golf squad in over fif- teen years, and stands as the best record in that period. The squad was led by Junior Craig Aronchick, medalist twice in the eight match season. The top four players on the squad carried the team. Their strength was indicated in the low medals of Sophomores Ken Moyer and Joe Hacker and Freshman Keith Ordemann. The remaining three positions were often filled by Freshmen Tom Hadzor, Ted Lithgow and Jim Robinson. Each player’s score was among the top five, counted at least once during the season. This year’s squad knew they had a great deal of talent and were not pleased with their overall performance. All of them will return for another shot next year with the added experience of the 1973 season and Coach Tom Davis may have the best season ever. Muhlenberg 1973 Golf Results Opponent 434 Haverford 426 Delaware 394 416 Franklin Marshall 435 Kings College 413 406 Wilkes 427 Ursinus 425 396 Moravian 418 Delaware Valley 382 413 Delaware Valley 422 Albright 423 415 Dickinson 432 420 Lafayette 399 Moravian 428 SPORTS CLUBS TABLE TENNIS STANDING (L-R): D. Seamans; G. Tsao, E. Frueh; D. Miedema; D. Hundermark. SPOKESMEN ROW 1 (L-R): S. Kemey; L, Smith; M. Olsen; S. Irvine; C. Ward. ROW 2: R. Lorenz; E. Ewing; N. Wiss. 167 SKI CLUB SEATED (L-R): S. Cham- pion; A. Ardetti; C. Goer- inger; B. Caplan; B. Ha- ber; D. Silver. STAND- ING: N. Wiss; D. Walters; E. Vasil; M. Olsen; D. Miedema; B. Gunning. IIPmiPiifrMfflB BBmiUttnpSS niiftiMimflpmHiK SM WSM UNI 9E fflplhAlR MW spHMpT- W i asssl SPEL UNKING CLUB SEATED (L-R): D. Carter; K. Heine; L. Smith; S. Gibson; B. Stein; J. Sarnies; W. Bengston; R. Springel. STAND- ING: L. Ehrhardt; P. Ward; D. Judd; D. Hundermark; R. Brooks; C. Smith; S. Nix; D. Alderfer; J. Winston; M. Ol- sen; D. Howell . HWSttt CHESS CL UB SEATED: T. Thorsson. ROW 1 (L-R): R. Rinertson; B. Cooke; A. Hilder; M. Butler; G. Muller. ROW 2: J. Scott. 168 r r n CHAPEL INSTITUTE OF FAITH SEATED, (L-R): N. Hutton; S. Petrick; S. Kienzle; STANDING, (L-R): D. Ritter; A. Riethmiller; J. Henrich; D. Eichorn. SEATED, (L-R): S. Petrick; P. Mera; S. Werner; E. Lewis; E. Merril; W. Reikert; S. Kienzle; J. Henrich. STANDING, (L-R): P. Ely; H. Lone; P. Crow; C. Pratt; J. Gaggin; G. Lambert; S. Feinour; M. Conrad; J. Junker; D. Eichorn; A. Riethmiller; B. Gustafason; M. Hettler. MUHLENBERG CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION lw«l ADAM EVE Chapel Drama 170 TRIAL OF THE CATONSVILLE NINE 171 HILLEL FRONT: S. Forman. ROW 1 (L-R): C. Lapow; L. Kruger. ROW 2: E. Donsky; S. Garner; R. Martin. ROW 3: S. Zimdt; A. Sacks; A. Feltoon. ROW 4: R. Fleigleman; M. Kanoff; C. Grossman. 172 STUDENT 76 GOVERNMENT CLASS OFFICERS 73 PICTURED ABOVE, BACK (L-R): T. Heiniman; L. Wexler. FRONT: K. Gislason. PICTURED NEAR LEFT (L-R): D. Bernstein; P. Sheppard. 75 173 STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED IN FRONT (L-R): R. Djergaian; S. Ford; B. Gunning; S. Duncan-Peters; M. McCully; B. Maries. STANDING: K. Bourdeau; B. Kindt; M. Macknik; L. Wexler; S. Irvine; R. Dalsey. ON STAT- UE: B. Albright. STUDENT COURT SEATED: B. Starr; G. Lee; E. Widmaier; S. Champion; C. Meehan. STANDING: O. Cool; H. Freilich; D. Eichom; C. White. 174 DORM COURT KNEELING (L-R): D. Spisak; J. Bjor- enson; L. Wardlow; A. Monahan. STANDING: P. Nonnemacher; M. Surkin; L. Gleason; B. Cooke. HANG- ING: Zippy. ■ 7 ' - Fj Ml ■ ' ■■■■■ «HHHm Til S 38 1 mi m Ip ' jK ' » H Wi JOINT COUNCIL SEATED (L-R): D. Winslow; R. Brown; J. Baldwin; K. Christman; J. Goodman. STANDING: M. Timmons; B. Lutz; S. Kienzle; D. Bausch; S. Champion; A. Horowitz. ■ RAs Resident Assistants TOP ROW (L-R): M. Tait; M. Schlomer; C. Young; S. Lindsay; L. Al- len; D. Hunter; R. Cuzzo- lino; B. Kean. BOTTOM ROW: 1 ' . Stackhouse; M. Gellman; D. Hamill; B. Mullan; J. Reid; D. Frost; N. Francis. m sSi hm at yRf FRESHMAN ADVISORS SEATED (L-R): M. McCuliy; B. Kelton; J. Solomon; D. Eichom; L. Maloney; M. Kreindel. ROW 1: D. Bausch; G. Broocker; A. Monahan; H. Norcia; G. Whitaker; H. Lane; M. Macknik; M. Dungee; L. Demilio; W. Cusick; R. Djergaian. ROW 2: R. Springel; R. Siegel; T. Crow; N. Berkowitz; D. Haas; P. Ely; C. Meehan; H. Lester; S. Landis; R. Krieger; J. Junker; R. Small. 176 f " V n |rft y v?[ - M ■ ▼ " L la Jin ■jmm :k % iL. ' ■ ' %$?% The great Co-op The Fine Arts Center The invasion of pets wmi ; u ' JJ 1 T hm j . ffl I M 1 i k 1 ? 1 X . 2 fel L , , V DELTA PHI NU SEATED, (L-R): B. Reid; S. Rosen; S. McKently; R. Constantinou; G. Legenza; J. Pearson. STANDING, (L-R): C. Barnes; C. Hookway; E. Donsky; J. Musika; D. Bausch; L. Maloney; T. Dill; S. Thomas. ROW 1: P. Wall; S. Grannas; C. Sheridan; L. Masin; S. Werner. ROW 2: R. Mitchell; T. Duelfer; E. Jacobs; H. Herbener; W. O’Hara. C A R D I N A L KEY SEATED, (L-R), ROW 1: S. Hart; M. Maizel; S. Mellman. ROW 2: K. Monson; H. Lane; D. Lorz; T. Barry, R. Krieger; R. Siegel. ROW 3: L. Yager; E. Kerson; S. Packer; L. Fentin; C. Lapow; C. Grossman; D. Miedema; S. Rubenstein. STANDING, (L-R), ROW 1: C. Rav; S. Garner; D. Kirlain. ROW 2: M. Serkin; G. Lambert; A. Cooper; M. Fox; J. VanSickle. ROW 3: J. Udell; E. Donsky; D. Walters; J. Junker; C. Beach; J. Schaffer; B. Coxe. ROW 4: T. Decoursey; S. Burns; L. Maloney. ECOLOGY ACTION SEATED, (L-R): L. Smith; D. Greenawald; D. Gottsleben; S. Freedman; G. Lambert; G. Raiczyk. STANDING, (L-R): D. Bausch; C. Rosenberger; P. Smith. UNION BOARD FLOOR: N. Hutton. ROW 1 (L-R): G. Whitaker; J. Shafer; C. Hufnail; M. Roberts. R0W2(L-R): B. Caplan; Mr. Seamans — Union Director; C. Ortolan. 184 185 ' ••••••••••••••••ft ••••••■■••••••••■a % J0 KranannHi . 186 187 Night on Ice 188 JO " 1 » 1 189 190 Senior Ball 192 will [ TEST WUR f pStCHOnaroR COORDINATION DETERMINATION oxd DECENCY INNATE ' 5 t 0 ' SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS SEATED L-R: G. Mozurkewich; B. Solga; M. Car- berry; B. Presgrave. ROW 2 (L-R): T. Rinehart; D. Papacostas; J. Koch; Dr. Loy. ROW 3 (L-R): G. Wheeler; W. Franz; T. Hallman. STANDING (L-R): K. Gaul; M. Pawluk; M. Ciolino; J. Hooker; J. Betz; E. Graham; C. Laubach; P. Hagan; L. Tepp; S. Phenix; L. Ludwig; D. Silver; C. Wiseman. SEATED (L-R): B. Kindt; P. Campbell; J. Palermo; T. Seihler; H. Kinchley; B. Haber; K. Ash. EDUCA TION SOCIETY 196 JOHN MARSHAL PRE-LAW SOCIETY FRONT: R. Mitchell. ROW 1 (L-R): B. Bell; D. Cettei; S. Friedman; B. Albright. ROW 2 (L-R): S. Champion; C. Meehan; B. Cooke. ROW 3 (L- R): G. Lambert; L. Hershman; L. Deutsch. ITT Hg? iJHi V | Wr ; COMMUTER’S CLUB STANDING (L-R): M. Butler; B. Sol- ga. ROW 2 SEATED (L-R): B. J. Banks; E. Katchur; R. Cavanaugh; ROW 1 SEATED (L-R): J n opovich; D. Seibert; E. McFetridge. (L-R): M. Coats; C. Crum; R. Corbett; V. Daniel; K. White; W. Valentine; N. Francis. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK COLLEGIANS SPANISH CLUB STANDING (L-R): B. Haber, C. Wiseman, C. Crum, D. Silver, G. Raicyk, N. Grant, M. Olsen, B. Gonzalves. SEATED (L-R): N. Francis, B. Gibson, L. Kuger, C. Woz- nica, P. Mora, Y. Miller-Bacon, E. Donsky. RUSSIAN CLUB ROW 1 (L-R): J. Huber, S. Gritting, L. Potts, K. Haefalin. ROW 2 (L-R): J. Epps, W. O’Hara, A. Nelson, B. Gunning, M. Macknik, D. Lubin, D. Martensen. ROW 3 (L-R): H. Gendelman, T. Cheplick, R. Cavanaugh, J. Muir. 198 GERMAN CLUB FRONT: J. Schaeffer. ROW 1 (L-R): I. Haenni, B. Muldrow, D. Gottsleben, C. Hookway, G. Parris. ROW 2 (L-R): B. Lutz, R. Garbak. SEATED (L-R): C. Symons, B. Cooke. STANDING L-R): R. Parisi, B. Snelbaker. FORENSIC SOCIETY SEATED (L-R): C. Meehan, B. Solga, R. Shiffreen. STANDING (L-R): D. Cressman, S. Fermier. YOUNG REPUBLICANS ALPHA TAU OMEGA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ,} V ' ?• ;.; Hi ' pi . PHI KAPPA Co p3 F CO 5 TAU KAPPA EPSILON (L-R) ' A. Sachs ; ' S. F )rman; S. Ginsberg; B. Gober; J, Bardinelli; S- Rosenfeld; J. Goldstein; M. Schahat; H. Gendelman; J. Hodshman; M. Kane; Mazel ,.S. Freirnan; L. Hershman. ; „ ' ' »■ ’ M ?Z R. BUBER TO UR WAVS I$E - WAEB RUN-A-THON 4H-4424 208 209 muhlenh erg college ’73 211 212 213 benfer hall 214 215 seegers union 216 217 218 ; 219 220 221 the campus 222 224 225 commons art studio 226 227 the bio and science buildings 229 the football field 230 the library 233 et linger ( inside ) 235 237 ettinger ( outside) 238 239 memorial hall the quad 241 242 egner memorial chapel 243 244 245 Muhlenberg College News Bureau Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 Telephone: Area Code 215 433-3191 Nights: 865:1333 William Armold— Director of College Relations For Release Sunday (June 3) and After W. Arnold C. Genna 183 1 June 1973 AREA STUDENT(S) AMONG 322 TO GRADUATE FR OM MUHLENBERG ALLENTOWN, Pa. (ADVANCE)- — (son or daughter) of Mr, and Mrs. of , was one of 322 students who received bachelor degrees today (June 3) at commencement ceremonies marking the end of the 125th academic year at Muhlenberg College. While at Muhlenberg, _____________________ participated in the following activities (editors see attached sheet): Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III, Democrat from the state of Illinois delivered the commencement address. Honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees were given to three prominent Lutheran clergymen: Bishop Ake Kastlund, pastor primarius of Sweden and dean of the Cathedr al at Stockholm; the Rev. John D. Newpher, president of the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia; and the Rev. Carl W, Weber, pastor of St. John ' s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mayfair, Phi ladelphi a . Receiving the Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree was Dr. Carl F. Strauch, distinguished professor of English at Lehigh University. Dr. Arvids Ziedonis, associate professor of Russian, addressed seniors, alumni and guests at the morning baccalaureate service. - 30 - 246 SENIOR DIRECTORY ROBERT E. ADAMS, JR. A.B. History 3700 Sharon Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Phi Alpha Theta. DA VID L. ALDERFER A.B. Social Science Philosophy 777 Creek Road, Warminster, Pa. Ciarla (Assistant Editor, Photo Editor); Weekly (Photo Editor); Spe- lunking Club (Pres.); Exec. Council; APC Committee on Governance; Intramurals; Ice Hockey Club; Who’s Who. LYLE A. ALLAN, JR. B.S. Physics 851 Old Post Road, Walpole, Mass. Alpha Tau Omega (Social Chairman); Resident Assistant; Ice Hockey Club (President) . KAREN ANDERSON A.B. Psychology 39 Daniels Street, Lowell, Mass. CARLOS O. ARMOUR A.B. History 327 Arlington Drive, Pasadena, California Tau Kappa Epsilon; Ski Club; Pre-Law Society; Spanish Club; Execu- tive Council; Fencing. DEBORAH MERRILL ARNDT B.S. Natural Science 1602 Walnut Street, Allentown, Pa. Intramural Sports; Ciarla; Ski Club. PAUL AS MAN A.B. Classics Philosophy 50 Jeffery Road, Colonia, N.J. Tutoring; Forensics; Weekly; Eta Sigma Phi; Likeable. BARTHOLOMEW GREGORY BABIAK A.B. History 2 Crest Road, New Brunswick, N.J. Pre-Law Society; Baseball (Varsity); Intramurals. Esperanto Club (President, Secretary); Society of Physics Students; Tutoring; Big Sister. EDDIE RENI BATTLE A.B. Political Science 3136 N. Camac Street, Philadelphia, Pa. DULCIE MARIE BAUSCH B.S. Chemistry 3604 Center Street, Whitehall, Pa. Women’s Council; Joint Council; President Prosser Hall; Freshman Ad- visor; Who’s Who’ Ciarla; Dining Committee; Intramurals; Varsity Field Hockey. WALTER HARLAN BEADLING III A.B. History 909 North Avenue, Springfield, Pa. Phi Alpha Theta. ROBERT J. BECK A.B. Psychology 10 Madison Avenue, Maplewood, N.J. Mask and Dagger (President); Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre (Director); Modern Dance Club (President); Muhlenberg Musical Asso- ciation; Festival of the Arts; Psi Chi; Alpha Psi Omega; Phi Sigma Iota; Omicron Delta Kappa. BE VERL Y JUNE BELL A.B. English Dogwood Avenue, Roslyn Harbor, N.Y. Pre-Law Society; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals (Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball). KATHRYN L. BELL A.B. Social Sciences 1285 Stark Road, Bethlehem, Pa. PATRICIA BELLEW B.S. Math 1245 E. Fourth Street, Bethlehem, Pa. Commuter’s Club. DIANE LEIGH BAHR A.B. Psychology 624 Riverside Drive, Cranford, N.J. Psi Chi; HART tutor; Hamburg State Hospital Volunteer. MAXINE JUDITH BELMONT A.B. English 6351 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Tutorial Project; Experanto Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. BRADFORD JOHN BANKS 8 West Main Street, Macungie, Pa. A.B. Psychology JOEL ALAN BENCAN B.S. Natural Science 4163 Garfield Avenue, Pennsauken, N.J. SCOTT LINCOLN BARON B.S. Natural Science 313 Curtis Drive, Wyncote, Pa. Phi Epsilon Pi: Intramurals (Football, Tennis, Soccer); Tutoring; Big Brother. BRUCE BENDER B.S. Chemistry Biology 254 S. Barnard Street, State College, Pa. Band; Intramurals (Soccer, Basketball). ELIZABETH W. BARRETT B.S. Natural Science 75 Southview Terrace, Middletown, N.J. FRANKLIN DA VID BERGER Allentown, Pa. A.B. Social Science 247 WILLIAM STEWART BERGER B.S. Natural Science Psychology 2325 Vista Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Billiards; Ping Pong. JANICE BERGSTRESSER A.B. Social Science 555 Main Street, Roysesford, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha (House Manger; Rush Chairman); Varsity M. Club; Varsity Football (Co-Captain ’72); Ice Hockey Club (President ’72, ’73); Honorable Mention: All Lutheran Football Team 1972; Selected as “An Outst anding College Athlete of America” 1972; Intramurals . JEAN ELLEN BJORENSON B.S. Biology 614 Renel Road, Norristown, Pa. Dormitory Court (Pres.); President Walz Hall; Lambda Epsilon Delta (Sec.-Treas.); Long Range Planning Committee; Freshman Advisor; MMA (Wardrobe Chairman); Lambda Epsilon Delta; Who’s Who. JEFFREY MARK BLEICHER B.S. Natural Science 46 Meadow Lane, Cheltenham, Pa. Zeta Beta Tau; WMUH (Disc Jockey); Intramurals. ELAINE LAURA BLOCK A.B. English Elkins Park, Pa. DA VID FRANCIS BOLLINGER A.B. Political Science Danielsville, Pa. CAMERON LEIGH BOYD A.B. Psychology 1609 Aidenn Lair Road, Dresher, Pa. WMUH (News Director, Advertising Manager); College Choir; Muhlen- berg Christian Association; Deutsche Verein; Big Brother; Chapel Choir; Church Music Seminar Representative. ED WA RD WILLIAM BOYD A.B. Psychology 512 Toll Road, Oreland, Pa. GEOFFREY BROOCKER A.B. Chemistry 748 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa. Ecology Club (Co-Chairman); Class Executive Committee; Kellogg Re- search Grant Committee, Scholarship Chairman, Alpha Tau Omega (Worthy Keeper of the Annals); Highest Honors in Chemistry; Varsity Fencing. KENNETH MARK BROOKS B.S. Natural Science 69 Washington, Hillsdale, N.J. EDWARD FRANCIS BROWN B.S. Natural Science 127 Pike Street, Port Carbon, Pa. Chapel Choir (Manager); Transfer Student Orientation. CRAIG ROBERT BUGGELN B.S. Biology 440 North Arlington Avenue, East Orange, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau; Intramural Sports; Ski Club; Institute of Sound. JANET LEE BESZ RD 2, Coopersburg, Pa. GLENN RANDALL BURKHART A.B. Economics A.B. English 1496 g Jefferson Street, Allentown, Pa. WILLIAM GEORGE BILINKAS A.B. Social Science Radtke Road, RD 3, Dover, N.J. LA WRENCE TYLER CAMERON A.B. Sociology 430 West 125th Sreet, New York, N.Y. Black Collegians; World University; Dorm Government. 248 MARGARET ANN CAMPBELL A.B. French 304 Lewis Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. STEPHEN ALLEN CASHMAN A.B. Humanities 509 W. King Street, E. Berlin, Pa. RONALD CA VAN AUG H A.B. Political Science Russian 319 Liberty Boulevard, Phillipsburg, N.J. Commuter’s Club; Intramurals (Football, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball) . DONNA LEE CETTEI A.B. English 501 Graisbury Avenue, Haddonfield, N.J. Student Council; Pre-Law Society; Executive Council; Academic Com- mittee (Co-Chairman); Governmental Re-Organization Committee (Chairman); Sigma Tau Delta; National Student Register. JEFFREY CHALAL B.S. Natural Science 15 Levering Circle, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Cardinal Key Society (Sec.-Treas.); Hillel; Phi Beta Kappa. SUSAN ELIZABETH CHAMPION A.B. English 24 Parker Street, Dover, N.J. Ciarla (1973 Editor); Student Court (Justice); Joint Council (Prosser VP); Convocations Committee; Band; Ski Club; Pre-Law Society; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Who’s Who; In- tramurals (Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball). TINA CHEPLICK A.B. French Russian 730 River Street, Peckville, Pa. 249 Russian Club (Secretary); Ecology Action; Muhlenberg Musical Assoca- tion; Tutor (Spanish American Center); Weekly; Phi Sigma Iota; Fred E. Hansen Memorial Scholarship. RICHARD ALFRED CICCANTELL1 B.S. Natural Science History 404 Campbell, Havertown, Pa. COLETTE YVONNE CRUM A.B. Spanish 2190 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. KA Y ALLISON CUNDIFF B.S. Natural Science 1620 Hampton Road, Havertown, Pa. Dorm Court; HART Tutoring; Institute of Sound. PATRICE A. CLEMSON A.B. Political Science 650 Highland Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. College Choir; Commuter’s Club; Women’s Council; Coffee House Com- mittee; Festival of Arts. DAVID E. C IIRRIE A.B. Psychology 26 Edgemere Drive, Matawan, N.J. Intramurals; Circle K Club; Phi Kappa Tau; Varsity Lacrosse. ELLEN DAHLQU1ST A.B. Sociology 113 Alden Street, Cranford, N.J. MARILYN “ PEACHES ” COATS A.B. Social Sciences 4331 3rd Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. Muhlenberg Black Collegians. MICHAEL ALAN CONRAD B.S. Natural Science 1988 S. Delaware Street, Allentown, Pa. Commuter’s Club; Chapel Choir. JAMES E. CONROY A.B. Economics 4475 Charles Street , Easton, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau (Treas., Financial Secretary); Muhlenberg College Ath- letic Assoc.; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Varsity Football; Intra- murals (Basketball). CATHERINE ELEFTERIOS CONSTANTINOU A.B. Economics P.O. Box 532, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia International Students’ Association (Secretary); Delta Phi Nu; Color Guard. CONSTANTIN ELEFTERIS CONSTANTINOU A.B. Economics P.O. Box 532, Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia OLIVIA MARGARET COOL A.B. English 16940 S.W., 302 Terrace, Homestead, Florida Freshman Advisor; Big Sister; Student Court Justice; Bicycle Club; Cur- riculum Committee; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Sigma Tau Delta . EDWARD ALAN COPELAN B.S. Natural Science 522 Cambridge Road, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Phi Epsilon Pi (VP); Cardinal Key; Big Brother; Intramurals. THEODORE M. CORVINO A.B. History 31 Detry Drive, East Hanover, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau (Pledge Master); Head Resident Advisor; Dormitory Court Justice; Pre-Law Society; M Club; Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes; Varsity Baseball; MAC Baseball 2nd Team. CHRISTINE CRAIG Harrington Park, N.J. A.B. Music 250 JONATHAN WINTHROPDALE B.S. Chemistry 53 Breezmont Avenue, Riverside Court, Pa. VALERIA ANITA DANIEL A.B. Humanities 2356 13th Place, N.E., Washington, D.C. Association of Black Collegians . Executive Council (Treas.); Foreign Student Club; German Club; For- eign Student Advisor; Big Name Committee; Make-Up (“Gypsy”, “Can- terbury Tales”); Actress (“Canterbury Tales”); Stage Manager (“Company”) . WILDA LEE DOHERTY Leesburg, Fla. A.B. History ROBERT P. DAVIES B.S. Mathematics 2126 Wayne Avenue, Abington, Pa. Alpha Phi Omega; Pre-Law Society; Band; Intramurals. DONALD CORY DEACON A.B. Humanities 23 Stoneybrook Road, Holmdel, N.-J. RONALD G. DOLCH B.S. Chemistry 709 John Street, Teaneck, N.J. Varisty Soccer (Tri Captain); Honorable Mention MAC Soccer League 1970, 1971; Nominated to 1973 Outstanding College Athletes of America. BARBARA S. DEAN A.B. English 179 Hillcrest Drive, Wayne, N.J. Education Society; Ski Club; Coffee House; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. BRETT WILLIAM DECKER A.B. Social Science Damascus, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau; Resident Advisor; Intramurals (Basketball, Football, Volleyball); Varsity Lacrosse. CORINE ANN DELLAERA A.B. Psychology 200 Margemere Drive, Fairfield, Conn. Women’s Council; Sophomore Class Representative; Prosser Dorm Council; Intramurals (Volleyball, Soccer). LA WRENCE FRANKLIN DELP A.B. Social Science 218 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; East Hall Dorm Council; Muhlenberg Christian Asso- ciation; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Soccer; Intramurals. ROBERT ALLEN DELP A.B. Economics 380 Dreshertown Road, Ft. Washington, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; Ski Club; Big Brother; Intramurals (Bowling, Soccer, Volleyball). LA WRENCE THOMAS DeMILIO B.S. Natural Science 23 South Terrace Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. HART Tutor; Student Court; Student-Faculty Grading Committee; Phi DEBORAH ANN DOOTSON Beta Kappa. RD 4, Boyertown, Pa. A.B. English JOHN EARL DENNIS A.B. Humanities 328 E. Church Street, Sellersville, Pa. DONNA LEE DOUGHERTY A.B. Economics 2452 South Carbon Street, Allentown, Pa. TERRI J. DILL A . B. Sociology 2300 Grampian Boulevard, Williamsport, Pa. Delta Phi Nu; Coffee House; HART. KATHRYN MAE DOUGHERTY A.B. Economics 209 Lafayette Avenue, Magnolia, N.J. Tutoring; Ecology Action; Intramurals; Women’s Council. KATHY A. DITTMAR A.B. Psychology German 1838 Meadowbrook Road, Abington, Pa. WA YNE R. DRAESEL B.S. Natural Science 217 Washington Place, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. 251 WILLI A M L. DUCHA RME A . B. Sociology 194 Long Street, Warwick, Rhode Island Phi Kappa Tau; Dorm President; Union Board; Advisory Committee; Representative to Lehigh Valley Social Work Education; Junior Varsity Basketball; Varsity Soccer. TIMOTHY DUELFER B.S. Chemistry 79 Oreland Place, Oreland, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon; TKE (Sgt.-at-Arms); Alpha Phi Omega (Treasurer); Varsity Soccer; Varsity Fencing; Intramurals (Cross Country, Soccer, Track). RUTH ELIZABETH DUGDALE B.S. Biology Rutherford, N.J. JEFFREY RA YMOND DUNDON A.B. History Box 121, Port Jefferson, N.Y. Alpha Phi Omega (Vice-Pres); Young Republicans; Ski Club; Newman Association (Pres.); Varsity Fencing. EDMUND CHARLES DUNKEL B.S. Natural Science Box 834, RD 2, Reading, Pa. College Band; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Esperanto Club (Tres.); “Hello Dolly” Orchestra; “Company” Orchestra. STEPHEN MERRILL EA TON B.S. Biology 917 Longstreth Road, Warminster, Pa. Varsity Soccer (Capt. 71). LINDA SUE ECKER A.B. Economics RD 1, Storrs, Conn. Delta Phi Nu; Tutoring at Spanish American Center; 4-H Leader at Casa Guadaloupe Center. HORACE MEANS EHRGOOD A.B. Political Science 3315 Harrowgate, York, Pa. Men’s Dorm Government; Freshman Advisor; Union Board (Chairman, Publicity Committee); Intramurals (Football; Softball). ELIZABETH J. EHRHARDT B.S. Chemistry 220 West Newell Avenue, Rutherford, N.J. Ecology Action; Spelunking. JOHN P. EISEMANN A.B. Social Science Morrestown, N.J. WILLIAM ELBERT, JR. A.B. Social Science Springfield, N.J. PETER SCOTT ELY B.S. Biology History 42 Wood Ridge, Thornton, Pa. EDWARD GEORGE ENGELHARD A.B. Psychology 116 Linden Avenue, West Long Branch, N.J. President of F-Hall; Varsity Tennis; Intramurals. RALPH THOMAS ESSER A.B. Economics 116 West Third Avenue, Collegeville, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau; PKT (Sgt.-at-Arms, Executive Council); Cardinal Key; Dining Committee; Intramurals (Football, Baseball, Soccer, Volleyball). ED WA RD E WING B.S. Biology 253 Franklin Street, Alburtis, Pa. College Band; Mask and Dagger. RONALD MARC FAIRMAN B.S. Natural Science 1520 Knox Road, Wynnewood, Pa. Cardinal Key; Union Board (Art Committee); 1973 Executive Council; Intramurals. JOHN CHRISTOPHER FARLEY A.B. Social Science 512 Howard Blvd., Lake Hopatcong, N.J. 252 Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Football; Intramurals. BARRY J. FEGELY B.S. Chemistry Route 1, Mertztown, Pa. JANET ELAINE FEGELY A.B. Psychology RD 3, Box 186, Birdsboro, Pa. College Choir, Muhlenberg Christian Association; Dorm Council; Mod- em Dance Club; Big Sister Co-Chairman; Institute of Faith; Psi Chi (Treasurer); Intramurals (Hockey). SANDRA KA Y FEINOUR A.B. English Route 3, Allentown, Pa. Der Deutsche Verein (Treas.); Weekly) Chapel Choir; Muhlenberg Chris- tian Association (Executive Council); HART Tutor. GARY ZANE FELIX A.B. Humanities Bath, Pa. JOSEPH ROBERT FELKER B.S. Physics Bethlehem, Pa. DIANE LYNN FENICLE A.B. History 535 Paxinosa Road, Easton, Pa. JAMES LOUIS FIGULI A.B. Economi cs Center Valley, Pa. GERY MICHAEL FISHER A.B. Psychology 1817 E. Greenleaf Street, Allentown, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Intramurals (Bas- ketball, Softball) . JACOB CALVIN FISHER 2nd A.B. Art Box 163, R.D. 1, Milford, N.J. NATALIE A. FRANCIS A.B. Sociology 316 W. 112 Street, New York, N.Y. Muhlenberg Black Collegians; Modern Dance Club; Spanish Club; Resi- dent Assistant; Dorm Representative. SHARON L. FRANKENFIELD A.B. History R.D. 1, Box 111, Bethlehem, Pa. Big Sister; Intramurals; Women’s Varsity Basketball (Manager). LINDA CHRISTINE FRENZEL A . B. English 15 Deerfield Lane, Upper Saddle River, N.J. Modem Dance Club; Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre. DA VID A USTIN FRICKE A.B. English 6127 Reach Street, Philadelphia, Pa. WMUH (Program Director, Music Director, Disc Jockey); Weekly (Mu- sic Reviewer); Big Name Concert Committee; Festival of the Arts Com- mittee; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Delta Epsilon; Intramurals (Football, Basketball, Soccer). FRANK FRIEDMAN A.B. Psychology 6044 N. 11th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon (President); Psi Chi; Intramurals. SUSAN RUTH FRIEDMAN A.B. French 1413 Academy Lane, Elkins Park, Pa. Ciarla; Muhlenberg Musical Association; Sophomore Class Play; Lamb- da Epsilon Delta; Who’s Who; Phi Sigma Iota; Student Affairs Commit- tee; Spring Sing Chairman . STEVEN H. FRIEDRICH A.B. Political Science 7151 Willgoos Avenue, Pennsauken, N.J. Tau Kappa Epsilon (Treas.); College Band; Amikoj de Esperanto (Presi- dent); Union Board; Mask and Dagger; Hillel; Varsity Wrestling (Asst. Manager). 253 ATHENA MARY GEORGEOU Closter, N.J. A.B. English ELLEN GIFFORD A.B. Music 706 Warren Street, Reading, Pa. College Choir; Mask and Dagger; Muhlenberg Musical Association. KAREN L. GISLASON A.B. Social Science 1332 Wheatsheaf Lane, Abington, Pa. Class of ’73 (Secretary); Class Council; Ski Club; Muhlenberg Musical Association; Cardinal Key; Freshman Orientation Committee; Home- coming Court; Women’s Varsity Hockey Team . LLOYD DA WSON GLADDING B.S. Natural Science Lehighton, Pa. GORDON LEE GLASS A.B. Social Science 253 E. Main Street, Adamstown, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity M Club; Varsity Football; Intramurals. JOEL MARTIN GLASSMAN B.S. Natural Science 9226 Burbank Road, Philadelphia, Pa. Dining Committee; llnion Board (Publicity Committee, Treas.); WMUH Disc Jockey; Ski Club; Sophomore Class Play; Intramurals (Football, Soccer). LINDA LOUISE GLEASON A.B. English 80 High Street, Bloomfield, N.J. Dorm Court; HART, Muhlenberg Musical Association; Cardinal Key; Women’s Council; Dorm Council; Sigma Tau Delta. CARL FREDRICK GOERINGER, JR. A.B. History Hildebrant Road, Dallas, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega (Social and Rush Committees); Ski Club; M Club; Intramurals (Football, Soccer); Chess Club; Varsity Football; Varsity Lacrosse. DOROTHY M. FROST A.B. Sociology 1171 Tinkham Road, Wilbraham, Mass. BONNIE L. GARDNER A.B. Psychology Box 15, R.D. 3, Birdsboro, Pa. Muhlenberg Musical Association. LARRY R. GARDNER A.B. Economics Box 15, R.D. 3, Birdsboro, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha. STEPHEN CHARLES GARNER B.S. Natural Science 712 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Cardinal Key Club; Hillel; Physics Society; Track (Varsity). JACK GOLDSTEIN B.S. Natural Science 423 Cherry Hill Boulevard, Cherry Hill, N.J. Zeta Beta Tau (Vice Pres.); Cardinal Key; Hillel; WMUH; Intramurals. LEON FAL GONZALEZ A.B. Social Science Dover, N.J. EDNA GRAHAM A.B. History Social Science 25 Pearl Road, Old Bridge, N.J. Delta Phi Nu; Chapel Choir; Education Society (President); Tutoring; Freshm an Orientation; Teacher Education Committee; Student Repre- sentative to the Education Department; Phi Alpha Theta. NANCY GRANT A.B. Spanish Spanish Club. Box 84, Lewisport, Ky. CARMINE JOHN GRASSO A.B. Social Science Orefield, Pa. JOEL MARK GREENBERG A.B. Social Science 1335 Auerbach Avenue, Hewlett Harbor, N.Y. Student Council Representative; Chairman Free University; Community Action Tutor; College Council; Circle K Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who’s Who; Intramurals. CAROL L. GREENSTEIN A.B. English Tracy Road, Canterbury, Conn. Institution of Sound; Delta Phi Alpha; Intramurals (Baseball, Volleyball). JANE ALLYSON GRIDER A.B. Political Science 740 N. 10th Street, Allentown, Pa. CARL E. GROTHEHEN. JR. A.B. Psychology 112 E. Wellens Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Weekly; Intramurals. BARBARA A. GUNNING A.B. History Russian 1247 George Road, Meadowbrook, Pa. Student Council (Vice-Pres.); Ski Club (Pres., Sec.-Treas.); Delta Phi Nu; Muhlenberg Musical Association; Pre-Law Society (Sec.-Treas.); Freshman Orientation; Who’s Who; Citizens Exchange Corps Award; Women’s Varsity Hockey. BARBARA MERLE HABER A.B. Spanish 61 Tookamy Pkwy, Cheltenham, Pa. Freshman Advisor; Ski Club; Spanish Club; Big Sister; Education Socie- ty; Ciarla; Weekly (Circulation Staff); Phi Sigma Iota (Pres.); Intramur- als (Volleyball, Soccer). KATHIE CHARLOTTE HAEFALEIN A.B. Russian Studies 70 Brittin Street, Madison, N.J. Russian Club (Pres.); Modem Dance Club (Tres.) . PRISCILLA K. HAGAN A.B. English 239 Highland Road, Hershey, Pa. Delta Phi Nu; Sigma Tau Delta; Education Society; Ecology Action. JAY A. HAINES A.B. Social Science 215 North Fulton Street, Allentown, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Varsity Basketball (Capt. 72); Varsity Track (Tri-Capt. 73); Junior Athlete of the Year (72); Outstanding College Athletes of America 1973. STEPHEN SCOTT HAMMOND II A.B. Political Science Drinkwater Point, Yarmouth, Maine WMUH (Sports Director); Weekly (Sports Editor); Ciarla) Joint Coun- cil; Ice Hockey Club (Manager); Assistant Sports Information Director; Pi Delta Epsilon. JANE HARDISON A.B. Sociology Route 9, Box 825, Hickory, North Carolina Tutoring. 255 I DENNIS GENE HARLEMAN B.S. Natural Science Mathematics 362 North Fifth Street, Lehighton, Pa. CHRISTINE FLORENCE HARMAN A.B. Psychology 631 Farragut Avenue, Haddonfield, N.J. Varsity Hockey; 1971 Homecoming Queen; Intramurals. KENNETH JAMES HARRIGAN A.B. Social Science 136 Kohring Circle, Harrington Park, N.J. M. VIRGINIA HART A.B. Social Science Mine Road, RD 1, Malvern, Pa. Cheerleading; Vice-President East Hall; Tutoring; Spring Sing (Co- Chairman); Senior Ball Co-Chairman) SKI Club; Joint Council; Varsity Hockey; Lacrosse Club; Intramurals. ROBERT DAVE HASSLER A.B. Economics 143 Front Street, Catasauqua, Pa. TIMOTHY JOHN HEINIMAN A.B. Economics Accounting Box 12, RD 1, Robesonia, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; LXA (Social Chairman); 1973 Class Treasurer; Var- sity Golf; Intramurals. MARC A. HELLMAN A.B. Economics 12 Leonard Drive, East Rockaway, N.Y. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Rush Chairman); Ciarla Staff; Big Brother; M- Club; nominated as an Outstanding College Athlete of America 1973; Varsity Tennis (Capt. 72, 73); Intramurals (Soccer; Basketball; Football; Volleyball). ETHEL MARIAN HENDRICKS A.B. Humanities Allentown, Pa. ARTHUR “HANK” HENDRICKSON A.B. Economics 5 Hartwell Road, West Hartford, Conn. Intramurals. JOHN R. H ENRICH A.B. English RD 1, Mertztown, Pa. MARK REED HETTLER A.B. Psychology 2405 Exton Road, Hatboro, Pa. Muhlenberg Christian Association (Christian Witness Chairman, Social Action Chairman, Worship, Drama, Bible Study); College Choir; Chapel Choir; Institution of Sound; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Coffe House Committee; Dormitory Government; Gospel Singers (Director). EDWARD D HIERGESELL A.B. History 12-B Willow Lane, Lansdale, Pa. AUDREY CHARLOTTE HIGHTON A.B. Music Economics 362 Holly Lane, Wyckoff, N.J. Muhlenberg Musical Association; Valley Camerata Orchestra; Muhlen- berg Opera Workshop (Student Coordinator); Madrigal Singers (Direc- tor); Ski Club; Who’s Who; J. Gysbert Bouma Memorial Award; Allen- town Symphony Young Artist Award; Varsity Tennis (Capt. 73); Varsity Basketball (Capt.); Intramurals. STEPHEN LEE HOLL A.B. History 115 Stockton Avenue, Ocean Grove, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau; PKT (House Manager, Executive Council); Dorm Court; Resident Assistant; Big Brother; Weekly Photographer; Student Court Clerk; Pre-Law Society; Muhlenberg Mascot; Intramurals; Freshman Wrestling. JAMIE STEEL HOLT A.B. Art Social Science 82 South Highland Avenue, Pearl River, N.Y. Art League (Pres.). MARTHA L YNN HUFF B.S. Biology 592 Eastbrook Road, Ridgewood, N.J. Big Sister; Spring Sing; Intramurals . ROBERT LEONARD HUFGARD A.B. Economics Allentown, Pa. MARGARET SUE HUNTER A.B. English 313 Center Street, Boswell, Pa. Intramurals (Volleyball, Soccer). THOMAS GEORGE IACOCCA A.B. Economics Emmaus, Pa. MARILYN JANE IRVING B.S. Mathematics Avenue G and Sunbury Road, Riverside, Pa. Joint Council (Sec.-Tres. 72, Pres. 73); Women’s Council (Pres.); Chapel Choir; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Ski Club; Who’s Who; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Intramurals. MARY LOU JABBOUR B.S. Chemistry 1256 Davies Drive, Whitehall, Pa. Woman’s Council; Muhlenberg Musical Association. DIANE B. JACOBSON A.B. English 1521 Elliott Street, Williamsport, Pa. H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Ecology Action; Sigma Tau Delta. THOMAS GRIFFITH JENKINS A . B. History RD 2, Allentown, Pa. THOMAS E. JOHNSON A.B. Economics Accounting 2425 Prospect Avenue, Allentown, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau; Price Waterhouse Scholarship. RICHARD CRAIG JOHNSTON A.B. Political Science Devon, Pa. 256 GARYL. KAUFMANN B.S. History 1001 City Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. SALLIE ANN KELLER A . B. English 638 Evergreen Street, Emmaus, Pa. STEVEN M. KELNER A . B. Psychology 859 Oliver Avenue, North Woodmere, N.Y. Alpha Tau Omega; M-Club; Big Brother; Hillel; Psi Chi (Vice-Pres., 73); Varsity Baseball; Intramurals (Football; Soccer; Basketball; Track). BARBARA JEAN KELTON B.S. Biology 349 Trinity Avenue, Ambler, Pa. Band; Chapel Choir; Big Sister (Co-Chairman); Freshman Advisor: Dorm Council; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Varsity Hockey. SUSAN KIENZLE B.S. Mathematics 69-48 Loubert Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. College Choir (Assistant Manger); Institution of Sound (Assistant Direc- tor); Joint Council; Ski Club; Muhlenberg Musical Association; Muhlen- berg Christian Association; Institute of Faith; President of Benfer. YUUNGNA KIM A , B . Art c o Dr. Lema Lee, 1675 N. 21st St., Arlington, Va. Art League; International Student Association. CAROL A. KNAEFLER A.B. German 156 Erie Avenue, Souderton, Pa. KAREN LISA JONES A.B. Psychology 122 West Albright Avenue, Allentown, Pa. ANDREW 7 HOMAS JUDD A.B. Social Science Philadelphia, Pa. EDWARD GEORGE KATCHUR A.B. Psychology 226 Diamond Street, Allentown, Pa. Commuter’s Club (Pres.) . WA YNE RUSSELL KA UFMAN A . B. History 619 McKnight Street, Gordon, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Young Republicans . JOHN KOCH B.S. Physics 124 l A Chestnut Street, Coplay, Pa. Society of Physics Students (Vice-Pres., Tres.); Commuters Club (Tres.) RODNEY SCOTT KOPP A.B. History 346 Cowpat.h Road, Souderton, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Scribe, Chaplain); Chapel Choir. PATRICIA GILLELAN KORMANSKI A.B. English 75 Forest Avenue, Pearl River, N.Y. Women’s Council; Intramurals (Soccer, Volleyball). ELLEN RUTH KRAMER A.B. English 91 Thomberry Road, Winchester, Mass. Intramurals. 257 MONIKA R. KROHN A.B. German 709 Rifton Street, Elmont, N.Y. German Club (Sec.); Chapel Choir; Muhlenberg Christian Association . EUGENE E. LAIGON JR. B.S. Natural Science 135 East Ridge Street, Coaldale, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Scholarship Chairman); Ski Club; Russian Exchange Excursion; Wrestling; Intramurals. JAMES H. LANDGRAF A.B. English 708 Thomas Avenue, Riverton, N.J. Tau Kappa Epsilon; TKE (Pres.); WMUH; Fraternity Council; Sigma Tau Delta; Varsity Baseball; Intramurals (Soccer, Football; Basketball; Volleyball; Bowling; Softball; Track). RONALD MARK LAUB B.S. Natural Science 317 North Lehigh Circle, Swarthmore, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; WMUH; Ski Club; Varsity Soccer (Co-Capt.); All MAC Player 1973; Ciarla. CHRISTEL ANN LAUBACH A.B. English 4424 Main Street, Whitehall, Pa. PomPom Girls; Education Society; Weekly (Editorial Staff); Festival of the Arts Committee; Modern Dance Club; Sigma Tau Delta. ROBIN LEAVITT B.S. Mathematics 150 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, Pa. Weekly (Circulation Staff); Color Guard) Education Society; Ciarla Staff; Dining Committee; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Phi Beta Kappa; Intra- murals (Soccer, Volleyball). GEOFFREY L. B. LEE A.B. Economics Social Science 45 Main Bazaar, Kuching, Saranak, Malaysia Student Court Justice; International Students’ Association (Pres.); Board Of Associates; Freshman Advisor; Course — Faculty Evaluation Committee; Intramurals. I. HOWARD LEVIN B.S. Natural Science 267 Wiltshire Road, Philadelphia, Pa. Union Board (Special Events Committee); Intramurals. BARRY N.LIGHTFOOT B.S. Physics 326 Third Avenue, Phoenixville, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Phi Sigma. MELISSA LINDSAY A.B. Social Science Route 2, Johnson Road, Marlborough, Conn. Student Council; Ecology Action; Resident Advisor; Freshman Advisor. BRUCE R. LONDON B.S. Natural Science 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Epsilon Pi; Cardinal Key; Weekly (Circulation Staff): Intramurals. JAMES D. LONGLEY A.B. Economics 58 Elm Street, Florham Park, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau; Varsity Soccer. C URTIS ROBERT Mac CONNELL B.S. Mathematics Allentown, Pa. KIRK W. MACKES A.B. Music Box 158, Center Valley, Pa. BARBARA KA Y MANN A.B. English 117 Margate Road, Lutherville, Maryland SHAR ON L 0 UISE McKENTL Y A.B. ENG LISH 1108 Riderwood Avenue, Hacienda Heights, California Education Society; Delta Phi Nu (Sec.); Sigma Tau Delta. MARY E. MECK A.B. Social Science Box 377, Route 2, Bath, Pa. Women’s Council; Varsity Basketball; Intramurals. ALBERT F. MECKES A.B. Economics Accounting 225 North 2nd Street, Lehighton, Pa. WILLIAM JOHN MENZA A.B. English Suffern, N.Y. MICHAEL W. MERKEL B.S. Biology RD 1, Macungie, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon; TKE (Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Gramma- teus); Spelunking Club; Intramurals (Soccer, Football, Tennis). EDITH ELIZABETH MERRILL A.B. Sociology 61 North Main Street, Pearl River, N.Y. Muhlenberg Christian Association (Publicity Committee Chairman, Worship Committee Chairman, Chapel Drama); Chapel Choir; Women’s Council; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Intramurals. ROBERT RUSSELL MITCHELL JR. A.B. History 830 North Fourth Street, Reading, pa. Young Republicans (Tres.) Phi Alpha Theta (Pres.); Alpha Phi Omega (Sargeant-at-Arms, Corresponding Secretary); College Choir, Chapel Choir; Pre-Law Society; Big Brother. PATRICIA ANN MORA A.B. Spanish Social Science 35 Chestnut Street, Foxboro, Mass. College Choir; Chapel Choir; Madrigal Singers; College Band; Joint Council; Brown Hall President; Spanish Club; Phi Sigma Iota; Muhlen- berg Musical Association; Muhlenberg Christian Association (Worship Committee) . LINDA C. MORGAN A.B. Psychology 755 Forrest Avenue, Jenkintown, Pa. 258 WILLIAM F. MUELLER A. B. History 156 Carteret Street, Glen Ridge, N.J. Alpha Tau Omega. BARBARA L. MULLAN B.S. Biology 803 Chumleigh Road, Baltimore, Maryland Vice-Pres. Walz (71-72); Women’s Council; Head Resident Assistant; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Basketball. JAMES EDGAR MUIR A.B. Russian Studies 22 Royal Oak Drive, West Hartford, Conn. Russian Club; Intramurals. GEORGE R. MULLER A.B. Political Science 322 Highway 202, Lambertville, N.J. 259 Pre-Law Society; Alpha Phi Omega (Historian); Chess Club ( Vice-Pres.); Young Republicans Club; Intramurals. JILL A. MUSIKA B.S. Natural Science 3211 Windsor Lane, Thorndale, Pa. Head Start; Delta Phi Nu (Historian, Pres.); German Club; Russian Club; Benfer Hall Vice-President; Joint Council; Intramurals. THOMAS C. NEWHARD A.B. History 2298 Main Street, Schenecksville, Pa. MIC HA EL JOHN NIEM1EC A.B. Psychology 199 Route 206 South, Somerville, N.J. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Pledge Master, Intramural Director; Social Committee, Assistant Rush Chairman, Executive Council); Muhlenberg Fraternity Council (Pres.); M-Club; Joint Council; Homecoming Com- mittee; Psi Chi; Varsity Football. PHYLLIS ANN NONNEMACHER A.B. History 28 South Hull Street, Sinking Spring, Pa. Muhlenberg Musical Association (Choreographer); Women’s Council (Vice-Pres.); Dorm Court; Modem Dance Club (Vice-Pres.); Freshman Advisor; Big Sister; Who’s Who. HOPE IRENE NORCIA A.B. English 413 Roberts Avenue, Glenside, Pa. Ciarla Staff; Freshman Advisor; Festival of the Arts Committee; Wom- en’s Council; Volunteer Center; Big Sister; Sigma Tau Delta (Pres.); Who’s Who; Intramurals. BRIAN JOHNSON OLMSTEAD B.S. Natural Science Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington, N.J. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Treasurer); Union Board; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Track; Intramurals. MARLENE OLSEN A.B. Sociology 17 Windham Place, Glen Rock, N.J. VICKI ANN PAES B.S. Mathematics 185 Tenafly Road, Tenafly, N.J. Union Board (Secretary) Dining Committee (Co-Chairman); Ski Club; Cardinal Key; Big Sister; Homecoming Court. JANET ANN PAQUETTE B.S. Mathematics 56 Sunset Drive, Chatham, N.J. Majorettes (Captain). BENJAMIN J. PA RISER B.S. Natural Science 1653 Surrey Lane, Havertown, Pa. WMUH; Weekly; Intramurals. KARL LESTER PARKS A.B. Political Science 146 Monument Street, Groton, Conn. JOSEPH MARK PAUL A.B. Economics Wayne, Pa. Varsity Basketball (Captain — 1973). SHER YL CHEPENUK PAUL A. B. Psychology Wayne, Pa. JOSEPH FREDERICK PERROWIII A.B. Social Science Oradell, N.J. JULIE L. PARKER A.B. Social Science 1410 Rose Virginia Road, Reading, Pa. Dining Committee; Varsity Tennis. JOHNS. PETERSON A.B. Economics 201 East Union Street, Allentown, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha. 260 JOANNE PILLING 15 Linton Place, Staten Island, N.Y. A.B. English ROGER A. RINKER RD 1, Wescosville, Pa. B.S. Chemistry CHRISTINE LOIS PISARO A.B. Humanities 2230 Allen Street, Apt. 3-A, Allentown, Pa. Muhlenberg Experimental Theater, Phi Sigma Iota. DANTON ALBRIGHT PENZOL A.B. History 127 North 11th Street, Allentown, Pa. BRUCE W. PRESGRA VE B.S. Physics Surrey Drive, Gwynedd Valley, Pa. Society of Physics Students (Pres.); St. Paul’s Tutoring; Community Action Center; Sigma Pi Sigma; Varsity Basketball (Manager) . DENNIS S. RITTER A B . Political Science Mounted Route 40, Easton, Pa. College Choir (Librarian, Manager); College Band; Muhlenberg Chris- tian Association Executive Council; Institute of Faith (Chairman); Muhlenberg Musical Association; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Alpha The- ta; Intramurals. NAN MARIE ROBBINS A .B. English 21 North Madison Street, Allentown, Pa. Sigma Tau Delta. AFIFA. QAFITY B.S. Biology Jerusalem, Israel Esperanto Club (Pres., Vice-Pres.); International Student Association; Freshman Advisor. JOHNRAMETTA A.B. Psychology 70 Maple Avenue, Morristown, N.J. Lambda Chi Alpha; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Alpha Phi Omega; Athletic Trainer. ARTHUR I. RANK III A.B. Psychology 306 Hialeah Drive, Cherry Hill, N.J. Tau Kappa Epsilon; TKE (Pledge Trainer); Muhlenberg Musical Asso- ciation; Muhlenberg Christian Association; Mask and Dagger; Soccer (Student Trainer); Basketball (Manager 69-70). LITITIA ANN RAUB A.B. Psychology 605 West Geopp Street, Bethlehem, Pa. ELLIOT B. REDMAN A.B. Economics Apt. C-405, Cedarbrook Hill, Wyncote, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau Social Brother; Pres. East Hall; Joint Council; Tutoring; Varsity Basketball; Intramurals. CLINTON H. REFSNYDER A.B. Social Science 31 East Chelton Road, Parkside, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Basketball. WARREN ARTHUR REICHERT A.B. Psychology 425 South Wayne Street, Lewistown, Pa. College Choir (Asst. Manager 71-72); Institute of Faith (Chairman 72); Muhlenberg Christian Association (Vice-Pres. 71-72, Pres. 72-73); Men’s Judicial Board; Eta Sigma Phi; Psi Chi. ALLEN R. RIETHMILLER A.B. History 694 Stealey Avenue, Clarksburg, West Virginia Phi Alpha Theta (Sec.-Treas.); Institute of Faith; College Choir (Asst. Manager 71-71); Lutheran Brotherhood Scholarship Award; Intramurals. 261 LEIGH STEWART ROCKWELL A.B. Psychology 1020 Chestnut Street, Emmaus, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; Psi Chi; Varsity Wrestling. ROBERT E. ROGERS A.B. History 47 Carriage Drive, Cheshire, Conn. Phi Kappa Tau; PKT (Recording Secretary); Circle K Club; Varsity La- crosse, Intramurals. CHARLES ALAN ROSENBERGER A.B. Social Science 50 Woodlawn Drive, Morristown, N.J. ANNE ROSENDALE A.B. English R. D. 2, Vymewy Acres, Pottstown, Pa. Big Sister; Spring Sing; Sigma Tau Delta. SAMUEL R. ROSENFELD B.S. Natural Science 351 Winding Way, Merion, Pa. Zeta Beta Tau; ABT (Pres., Treas.); Cardinal Key; Hillel; WMUH; 1973 Executive Council; Intramurals. PHILLIP R. ROTHERHAM A.B. Economics 349 Spruce Street, Emmaus, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; LXA (Treas.); Varsity Basketball. VICTOR JAMIL SAKA B.S. Mathematics Bethlehem, Jordan EDWARD J. SALEVSKY JR. B.S. Natural Science Box 172A, RD 2, New Hope, Pa. Ski Club. EDWARD SALO A.B. Psychology 1701 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown, Pa. Varsity Football (Capt. 72); Varsity Lacrosse; Psi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who’s Who. ELISABETH LAURA SASSANO A.B. Social Science 10 Saxon Lane, Westport, Conn. CRAIG ROBERT SCHARADIN A.B. Political Science 1236 North 26th Street, Allentown, Pa. Alpha Phi Omega; Pre-Law Society. CYNTHIA ANN SCHLEICHER A.B. Psychology RD 2, Slatington, Pa. MARK ROBERT SCHLOMER A.B. Political Science 218 South Brookfield Road, Cherry Hill, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau; Dorm Court; Resident Advisor; Phi Alpha Theta; Var- sity Track. ELLEN L. SCHMALTZ A.B. English French 700 Second Street, West Pittston, Pa. Majorettes; Modem Dance Club; Education Society; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Sigma Iota. ALAN LEWIS SCHNEIDER A.B. Psychology 14 Herkimer Avenue, Hewlett, N.Y. Phi Kappa Tau; PKT (Sgt. at Arms, Vice-Pres.); Dorm Pres.; 1973 Exec- utive Council; M-Club; Psi Chi; Varsity Football; Intramurals. LARRY SC HOENFELD B.S. Natural Science 816 Pardee Lane, Wyncote, Pa. Phi Epsilon Pi; Big Brother; PEP (Corresponding Secretary); Intramurals. JOHN JOSEPH SCIALLY A.B. Social Science 146 Orchard Street, Bloomfield, N.J. Phi Kappa Tau; Student Council; National Student Register; Board of Associates; Muhlenberg Fraternity Council; PKT (Pres.); Pre-Law Socie- ty; Citizen’s Exchange Corps Scholarship for Russian Studies; 1973 Out- standing College Athletes of America; Varsity Soccer (Capt. 72); All Star and All MAC player (71,72) . MARK ERIC SCOTT B.S. Natural Science 616 Artwood Drive, Philadelphia, Pa. MICHAEL BRUCE SECHTIN B.S. Mathematics 509 West Clermont Avenue, Margate, N.J. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 262 DA VID HILL SERFAS B.S. Natural Science 80 Gordon Drive, Easton, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon; SPE (Vice-Pres.); Phi Beta Kappa; Intramurals. ROBERT M. SEXTON A.B. Political Science 539 West Duncannon Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Mask and Dagger, Muhlenberg Musical Association; Muhlenberg Chris- tian Association; Young Republicans; Spokesmen; Varsity Lacrosse. ERIC SHARPS B.S. Natural Science 804 Chelten Hill Drive, Elkins Park, Pa. WMUH; Varsity Track. THOMAS DALE SIDOR Box 773, Cherryville, Pa. A.B. Economics DENISE ROBIN SIL VER A . B. Spanish 717 Avondale Avenue, Haddonfield, N.J. Spanish Club; Dining Committee; Phi Sigma Iota; Varsity Tennis, Intra- murals; Ciarla. ROBERT HOWARD SMALL B.S. Natural Science 314 Monmouth Drive, Cherry Hill, N.J. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Cardinal Key; Hillel; Big Brother; Freshman Advi- sor; Long Range Planning Committee; Student Representative to Honors Committee; Student Representative to Academic Policy Committee; Omicron Delta Kappa (Pres.); “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown;” Phi Beta Kappa; Who’s Who; Dr. John A. W. Haas Award, Dr. H. H. Bruning Gift Fund Prize; Christian R. and Mary F. Lindbach Scholarship. SANDRA LEE SMITH A.B. Economics Accounting RD 1, New Ringgold, Pa. Weekly (Business Manager); Majorettes; Ski Club; Ciarla Staff; Intramurals. STEPHEN ANDREW SMITH B.S. Biology Wilson Circle, Milton, Pa. Phi Kappa Tau; 1973 Class Vice-President (71,72,73); Freshman Advisor; Dorm Council; Varsity Track (Manager, 73); Intramurals (Football, Soc- cer; Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Track, Softball. STANLEY PA UL SOLINSKY B.S. Natural Science 1740 Bergen Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon; SPE (House Manager); 1973 Executive Council; WMUH; Tutoring; Intramurals. ERIK LUCIAN SORONEN B.S. Physics Allentown, Pa. DENISE MA RIE SPISA K B.S. Honors Biology Forest Hill Drive, RD 1, Flemington, N.J. Dorm Court, Institute Of Faith. ROBERT G. STAHL, JR. A.B. Social Science 1365 Butternut Drive, Southampton, Pa. DEBORAH BELLE STANZ A.B. Psychology Apt. 16G Barrett Drive, Kendall Park, N.J. Institution of Sound; College Choir, Spring Sing; Psi Chi. BARBARA STARR A.B. Psychology 57 Bear Mountain Road, Ringwood, N.J. Ecology Action; Student Court Justice; Psi Chi (Pres.); Lambda Epsilon Delta. MICHAEL ALAN STEIN A.B. English 1012 West Cliveden Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon; TKE (House Officer); Student Court (Attorney, Chief Attorney); Student Council; Freshman Advisor; Arcade; Mask and Dagger; Encounter Programs (Chairman); 1973 Executive Council; “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown;” “Arsenic and Old Lace;” “The Zoo Story;” “Who’s Who; Varsity Fencing (Capt. 73). Ciarla; Resident Advisor; Freshman Advisor; Institution of Sound; Muhlenberg Musical Association; Festival of the Arts Committee; Vol- unteer Center; Sigma Tau Delta; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Intramurals. ROBERT M. TAXIN B.S. Natural Science 811 Cedarbrook Hill, Wyncote, Pa. Zeta BetaTau; Cardinal Key. ROBERTA B. TEHAN B.S. Chemistry 145 North Clark Avenue, Somerville, N.J. Weekly; Ecology Action; Alpha Phi Omega; Ski Club. JOYCE THOMAS A.B. History Long Look, Tortola, British Virgin Islands ARTHUR WA YNE THURM B.S. Natural Science 828 Midwood Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Phi Epsilon Pi; Cardinal Key; Weekly; Intramurals. PATRICIA TISS B.S. Chemisty 49 Princeton Road, Havertown, Pa. CHERYL J. TRANSUE A.B. English 933 Queen Street, Stroudsburg, Pa. College Choir, Chapel Choir; Delta Phi Alpha. GEORGE MICHAEL STONER A.B. English Box 480-A, RD 2, Macungie, Pa. REID EDWARD TREVASKIS 2923 Gordon Street, Allentown, Pa. A.B. English ROBERT F. STORCH B.S. Natural Science 45 East Barney Street, Gouvemeur, N.Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon; SPE (Recorder, Comptroller); WMUH (Station Manager); Band; Festival of the Arts Committee; Pi Delta Epsilon (Treas.); Intramurals. DAVID STORTZ A.B. Economics 222 DeLong Avenue, Emmaus, Pa. JOYCE ADELL STROHL B.S. Natural Science Allentown, Pa. THOMAS JOHN TROTMAN A . B. English 4113 Chandler Drive, Brookhaven, Pa. Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track. GEORGE KUO- WEI TSAO A.B. Social Sciences 5812 Soi Soon-Bichai, Bangkok, Thailand JEFFREY FRANKLIN ULMAN A.B. Psychology Allentown, Pa. PATRICIA SUMMERS 23 Elizabeth Court, North Haledon, N.J. A.B. English KEITH N. VAN ARSDALEN B.S. Honors Biology 4587 Province Line Road, Princeton, N.J. Alpha Tau Omega; ATO (Pres., Worthy Usher); 1973 Executive Council; Omicron Delta Kappa; Varsity Lacrosse (Capt. 73); Intramurals. GERARD THOMAS SWARBRICK A.B. English 184 Hillside Avenue, Chatham, N.J. Lambda Chi Epsilon; LXA (Secretary); Intramurals. DENISE MUC ELLIN SWARTZ Allentown, Pa. A.B. History MARY ANNE TAIT 71 Mill Street, Westwood, N.J. A.B. English MICHAEL L. VANDERSLICE A.B. Political Science 1831 Monitor Drive, Toms River, N.J. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Lacrosse; Intramurals. DALE PHILIP VAN WIEREN A.B. Political Science 3030 Midvale Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. WMUH (News Director, F.M. Program Director, Station Manager, Pro- duction Manager, Assistant A.M. Director); Pi Delta Epsilon (Pres.). 264 PENNY L YNN WARD B.S. Biology Berkeley Heights, N.J. JANICE LYNN WEBER A.B. English 3973 Martin Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Arcade; Chapel Choir; Sunday Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. MARY LUCINDA WEIR A.B. Psychology 314 Mattison Avenue, Ambler, Pa. Chapel Choir, Tutoring at Spanish American Center; Psi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Varsity Hockey. DA VID R. WEISKOTTEN A . B. Psychology 9 East Newton Road, Newtonville, N.Y. Intramurals. ANDREW WERNER B.S. Natural Science 1843 South Church Street, Allentown, Pa. DONALD C. WETZEL A.B. Sociology RD 1, Macungie, Pa. College Band, Muhlenberg Christian Association Executive Council; Commuters Club. THOMAS E WETZEL B.S. Mathematics RD 1, Macungie, Pa. TODD DOUGLAS WETZEL A.B. Social Science 545 Surrey Lane, Fairfield, Conn. College Band; Chapel Choir; Circle K (Sec.-Tres.). LESLIE H. WEXLER B.S. Biology 431 Wilson Blvd., Mineola, N.Y. 1973 Class Vice-President (72); President (73); Student Council (Big Name Chairman, Free University Co-Chairman, Voter Registration Chairman); Hotline Director; Arcade; Freshman Advisor; Who’s Who. GAIL MARGUERITE WHITAKER A.B. Psychology 15 Meadow Road, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Union Board; Psi Chi; Lambda Epsilon Delta. GAIL JUNE WHITMAN A.B. Psychology 38 Pensive Lane, Levittown, Pa. Psi Chi; Freshman Advisor. PHILIP LEE WHIT M A N B.S. Biology 129 Johnson Avenue, Somerville, N.J. Muhlenberg Christian Association (Worship Committee) . PAMELA SUSAN WIESER A . B. English 49 Fenimore Avenue, Garden City, N.Y. Education Society; H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. ELIZABETH ALYCE VASIL A.B. English 160 Sport Hill Road, Easton, Conn. 1973 Class Secretary (70,71,72); Ski Club; Big Sister; Freshman Advisor; Antistrophe; Lambda Epsilon Delta; Intramurals (Field Hockey, Soccer, Volleyball). LINDA SUE VELEBER B.S. Mathematics 71 Merritt Avenue, Dumont, N.J. Ecology Action; tutoring at Spanish American Center. ERIC J. VORGITY A.B. Economics 2413 Prospect Street, Allentown, Pa. 265 Antistrophe (Editor 73); Big Sister; Sigma Tau Delta. RONALD A. WILLIAM A.B. Political Science 223-05 133 Avenue, Laruelton, N.Y. Muhlenberg Black Collegians. JONATHAN A. WINSTON B.S. Natural Science 3543 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. IRA STEVEN WOLFE B.S. Natural Science 139 South Oak Street, Mt. Carmel, Pa. Phi Epsilon Pi; Freshman Advisor; Intramurals (Football, Wrestling). PETER SENEKER WOLL A.B. Economics 2045 Richard Road, Willow Grove, Pa. WMUH; Alpha Phi Omega. MARY C A THERINE WO ODS A.B. English RD 2, Box 213, Gettysburg, Pa. Ecology Action; Weekly; Sigma Tau Delta (Sec.-Tres.); Phi Beta Kappa. CHRISTINE WOZNICA A.B. Spanish Box 15, Jobstown, N.J. Spanish Club, Color Guard; Ciarla; Phi Sigma Iota; Intramurals . JILL ANN YEAGER A.B. Sociology 52 Beverly Drive, Allentown, Pa. JERRY A. YORDY B.S. Honors Biology 1935 Wehr Avenue, Allentown, Pa. WENDY A. YORK A.B. Sociology 337 Sylvania Avenue, Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J. Ski Club; 1973 Executive Council; Intramurals. DAVID JOHN YURICK Allentown, Pa. A.B. Psychology CHRISTINE ANN ZEHRFUHS A.B. Social Science 902 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. H.A.R.T. Tutoring; Intramurals. JANE VICTORIA ZEILE B.S. Chemistry 128 Lyons Road, Basking Ridge, N.J. Young Republicans; Muhlenberg Christian Association; Intramurals (Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball). CAROL SUE WISEMAN A.B. Spanish 212 Haws Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. Weekly (Circulation Staff); Ciarla; Delta Phi Nu (Pledge Class Presi- dent); Education Society; Phi Sigma Iota (Secretary). BARRY L.ZERBY A.B. History 8320 Raymond Lane, Potomac, Maryland NORMAN FREDERICK WISS III A.B. Political Science 12 Chestnut Place, Short Hills, N.J. WMUH; Dorm President; Pre-Law Society; Weekly; Tutoring; Intramurals. MARY JEAN WOLAND 436 Center Street, Milton, Pa. A.B. English 266 PROFESSIONAL PATRONS Call-Chronicle Newspapers Mr. Donald Moore SENIOR PARENT PATRONS Dr. and Mrs. George Bender Mr. and Mrs. George Champion Mr. and Mrs. Maxim Chepenuk Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conroy Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Currie Rev. and Mrs. William Dennis Mr. and Mrs. D. Dolch Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Engelhart Dr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Friedman f Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Garner Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glassman Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goldstein Ltc. and Mrs. V. V. Grant (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jay Greenberg Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Groethen Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gunning Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Hagan Mrs. Joan R. Haines Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hardison Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Hettler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Holt, Sr. Mr. Franklin E. Hunter, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George Katchur, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Kelton Dr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Laigon Rev. and Mrs. Howard E. Laubach Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. McKently Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Merrill Mr. and Mrs. John Paes Mr. and Mrs. Dante Ponzol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Rank, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. R. Russell Riethmiller Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Ritter Mr. G. R. Rosenberger Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rush Mr. and Mrs. William E. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. John J. Scially Dr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Sfin Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Weber, Jr. Mrs. Harvey D. Van Wieren Mr. and Mrs. John L. Woland Mrs. Wendell R. York mUBf. map Nineteenth St. Bank College Park Bank Nineteenth and Liberty Sts. Hamilton Blvd. — Opposite Cedar Crest Allentown Bothlohom Catosauqua Emmoui • Holler town • Mescungie Trexlertown ( 269 270 M. W. WOOD , INC . Food Service Management 3320 Hamilton Boulevard Allentown, Pennsylvania 435-6751 “ffyolideuf, Hiento-um %te4. 22 and 309 Live Entertainment — Thursday, Friday Saturday Nights Compliments of a Friend Jlccxu ' Uf s4cca K K»d ztioH4. " pin-c P hmC 395 - 373 ! Solomon- Line oln- Mercury Sales 1302-1316 Turner Street Allentown, Pennsylvania BANANAS from the CLASS OF 75 274 linen uniform service, inc. LEHIGH VALLEY INDUSTRIAL PARK P.O. BOX 2268 • ALLENTOWN, PA. 18001 0 Bay Haas Company PRINTERS PUBLISHERS 514-28 N. MADISON STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. 215-435-1509 Compliments of the AL UMNI ASS 0 CIA TION Of MUHLENBERG COLLEGE Sfpeijd it 8 lours. MERCHANTS BANK The Plus Service Bank We live near you ALLENTOWN e 7t» 4 Hamilton a Pd ' «vdy Shopping Center e Emdus A v - e T.igi ma» jI Pdgi- A.. iyi- • C ' • st Pia a S opcng Cent - ' Jordan Park e i9tn 4 Hamilton e BETHLEHEM • Weslqatt- Shopping C ■■ ' • ■ COPLAT e EGYPT e EMMAUS • FOGELSVILLE e SCHNECKSVILLE • WESCOSVILLE • WHITEHALL MALL OFFICE UTILITIES, INCORPORATED COMMERCIAL STATIONERS AND OFFICE OUTFITTERS 1221-29 Sumner ve. • Allentown, Pa. 18102 • Area Code (215) 433-3112 OFFICE SUPPLIES PENDAFLEX DATA SUPPLIES DESKS CHAIRS FILES Roxy Linoleum Company FLOOR COVERINGS AND VENETIAN BLINDS HARDWARE AND TOYS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1826 Allen Street Allentown, Pa. 18104 Photographers for the 1973 Ciarla Davor Photo 8008 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 19152 Photographer: Tony Mazzocca Publishers of the 1973 Ciarla AMERICAN YEARBOOK CO. Student Representative: Bill O’Brien 279 1973 CIARLA STAFF EDITOR SUSAN CHAMPION PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITOR DAVID ALDERFER BUSINESS MANAGER SUSAN FRIEDMAN LAYOUT Dulcie Bausch; Barbara Coxe; Debbie Dootson; Barbara Haber; Mark Kriendel; Robin Leavitt; Hope Norcia; Sally Rubenstein; Denise Silver; Mary Anne Tait; Carol Wiseman; Chris Woznica STAFF, COPYWRITERS Debbie Arndt; Barbara Blatt; Rich Barrett; Cindy Ciangio; Linda Graefing; Steve Ham- mond; Marc Heilman; Audrey Highton; Marilyn Irving; Sue Kronenthal; Suzanne Landis; Ron Laub; Dave Shafer; He- len-Marie Shriver; Denise Silver; Sandy Smith; Walt Staehle ARTWORK Jonathan Alderfer; Patty Canfield FACULTY ADVISOR Donald Moore 281 RETROSPECT September of 1969 sees the first freshman class enter Muhlenberg under a new President, John Morey . . . The college initiates a liberalized drinking policy and the extension of visiting hours in the womens dorms . . . Shirley Chisholm sets a new record for nonattendance as a convocations speaker . . . The October 15 moratorium barely breaks the usual rou- tine with rallies and teachins . . . Muhlenberg College hits “Playboy” as “the middle of nowhere with nothing to do” . . . Blood, Sweat, and Tears sings, “There’ll be one child bom in a world to carry on” . . . It rains . . . Benjamin Spock and Muhammed Ali speak, Abbie Hoffman doesn’t . . The basketball team wins their third MAC championship . . . “Gyp- sy” closes out the career of the campus auditorium as drama is sacrificed to the cause of science . . Large numbers of freshmen decide to remain independent as the fraternity system declines in importance . . . The U. S. Army invades Cambodia and Kent State University James Dickey celebrates life in his poetry reading in the Garden Room ... A movement forms to strike classes in order to protest American involvement in Southeast Asia . . . Muhlenberg students canvas Allentown for petitions to end the war Earth Week . . Welcome to Fort Shankweiler . . . Students arrive at graduation wearing armbands with a peace symbol ... A new year sees an end to the requirement of eight Chapel As- sembly attendances a semester Homecoming seeks to maintain itself as a tradition in the face of changing campus values and failing interest . . The Mules Soccer Team wins this year’s MAC Championship . . . “The Guess Who” ar- rives, and “Sly” doesn’t . . “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” . . . The Academic Policy Committee successfully completes a reduction in requirements and an expansion in course offerings . . . Violations of remaining dormitory and social regulations grow . The war continues as Muhlenberg sends buses of students to join those marching on Wash- ington . . Students picket the local Allentown draft board . . Spring Sing survives campus indifference but not the rain . . The campus watches the first election for the prestigious office of student council president that can only man- age one candidate . “The Right to Know” Convocations series fails for lack of interest and support ... “I am Curious Yellow” initiates a new era in Muhlenberg movies . . . The first experiment in coeducational living opens in Prosser Hall despite protest from students, faculty, and alumni . . President Morey reiterates that visiting hours still exist in col- lege dormitories It rains . The archaic form of Women’s Council Government is replaced with Joint Council and a movement toward self-goverance by the students . The loss of several thousand dollars on the “Melanie” concert ends Big Name as we have seen it at Muhlenberg . The price of education and tuition goes up . . Richard Nixon deesca- lates the war by mining Haiphong Harbor The Science Building becomes The Trumbauer Building . . . Goerge Gal- anti wins his battle against President Morey and the State to sell beer at “George’s” . . . Harold Wilson arrives, a few days late, to speak at Honors Convocation . The liberalized drinking policy has been all but forgotten as grass replaces beer . . Richard Nixon gets four more years as the McGovern student bloc goes down to defeat . . . The Administration enters serious discussions proposing a merger with Cedar Crest . . . The Vietnam War begins to wind down, as protest takes the quieter form of POW bracelets . Jane Fonda arrives on campus to speak against the war but is unable to . . . The coeducational experiment has succeeded and residence hall rules are now either made by the students or ignored . . . The Erotic Film Festival plays to packed houses in the Science Auditorium It rains ... A censorship controversy ar- ises as President Morey seeks to check the actions of the Free University . . . Claude Dierolf steps down from his post as Assistant Dean of Students . . The student protest against non-union lettuce continues around a few hard core sup- porters Peace Apathy Student Council’s Dining Committee searches for an alternate meal plan . For the first time a student will speak at Graduation, Valedictorian Robert Small . Senator Adali Stevenson speaks the final words to the class of 1973 as they enter the promise of American society, Watergate It doesn’t rain . . So it goes. Four years come and go as the 60’s merge into the 70’s. The faces of the freshman class change as the faces of new freshmen arrive to take their place. The college grows, adapts, fights to survive and prog- ress toward a more liberal atmosphere of creativity and intellectual exchange. The people who are united around the institution also grow and adapt, learning to live with other men and their ideas as well as with themselves. There will always be room for change and progress in the world of institutions as well as the world of men. The unique times and circumstances which surrounded the class of 1973 can never be repeat- ed. Many of them we would not want repeated. You can never go back, and you should not want to. The changes we have witnessed both in ourselves and our college give us the right to hope for the future. 282 This was the 1.973 Ciarla. This was Muhlen- berg 1973. I’m sure that some of the people and scenes in the book meant more to you than oth- ers, but that’s the way it should be. Muhlenberg means something different to every person who lives or works here. Each member of the college community sees the school in a distinctive and individual manner. What we have tried to pre- sent here is a collection of many views of the campus, some of which will have meaning for you, others of which may introduce you to a new Muhlenberg. We attempted, in the final section of the book, to go beyond the buildings and the organized activities to the people who live in those buildings and take part in those activi- ties. With the pictures of each area of the cam- pus you will find shots of people responding to their environment and those around them. Symbolic of the larger entity it seeks to repre- sent, our yearbook reflects a curious mixture of the pragmatic and, hopefully, the aesthetic. It seeks to tie together the two forces which rule any college campus, those of necessity as well as those of creativity. Unfortunately, however, this hybrid does not spring from the campus itself, it involves a good deal of time and effort on the part of a lot of people. The staff of the 1973 Ciarla worked on this volume for a number of varied reasons. The common denominator on the part of everyone who put his time and self into this yearbook was a love for Muhlenberg College and the people who comprise it. They have shown their love in the creation of this book. Special thanks must go to a few without whom the 1973 Ciarla would never have been published at all. The beauty of the book is due in large part to the efforts and photographs of David Alderfer. The existance of the book at all is due to the financial accomplishments of Susie Friedman. Thanks also go to Debbie Arndt, Dulcie Bausch, Barb Haber, Mark Kriendel, Robin Leavitt, Hope Norcia, Mary Anne Tait, Carol Wiseman, and Chris Woznica. The ad- ministration of the college including Mr. Wil- liam Armold, Mr. Chuck Genna, the Registrar’s Office, the staff of the Seegers Union, Harold in the game room, and Mr. Tony Santore also pro- vided necessary help and support . Finally, yearbook representative Bill O’Brien and photographer Tony Mazzocca have earned the respect and gratitude of all who worked with them this year, especially me. Oh yes, I put the pieces t ogether . 284
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