Muhlenberg College - Ciarla Yearbook (Allentown, PA)
- Class of 1974
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MUHLENBERG COLLEGE ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 2 3 IN ADMINISTRATION ADMISSIONS ■« 6 10 IPS 14 15 — ★ M R C ★ 18 « ; x . 20 V 1 1 V ■ ' l p im | -a First Row: Len Zeller, Craig Bernecker, Mike Porta, Tim Hilbert (Tri-captain), Dave Slider (Tri-captain), Tom Rohrbach, Rob Richard (Tri-captain), Greg Muntz, John Grove. Second Row: George Schoenberger, Rick Stauffer, Dave Dunde, Craig Thomsin, Al Zipkin, Chip Warner, Karl Bourdeau, Danny Reich, Dale Dieffenbach. Third Row: Mike Miller (Asst. Coach), John Walton (Manager), Bill Peterson, Joe Rosier, Jeff Gardner, Steve Secr- ist, Tom Stauffer, Dave Lightkep, Dave Taff, Dave Field, Craig Miller, Ron Lauchnor (Head Coach). Soccer The Muhlenberg College soccer team continued the pace it had set in 1972, but was thwarted in its effort to defend the MAC title it had won the previous year by a quirk in the MAC league setup. Although Muhlenberg played nine league games, winning eight and tying one, Washington slipped in the back door on the basis of six wins against teams of questionable ability. The season opened with a conquest of University Division foe Gettysburg, followed by a win against MAC foe Wide- ned A disappointing 1-0 defeat was handed the Mules by Lehigh. This was followed by consecutive wins over F M, Wilkes, Moravian, Ursinus, Haverford, Lafayette, Kutztown State, and Stevens in addition to a 1-1 tie with Swarthmore. To climax a second consecutive brilliant year, the Mules were invited to play in the NCAA College Division tourna- ment as the third seed in the region. However, it was a cold and blustery day which saw the Mules fall victim to injury and stagnation from the two week layoff since the end of the regular season, as the Mules bowed to Elizabethtown 4-1. The Mules once more were paced in scoring by Rob Richard of Prospect Park, New Jersey, who was supported by the MAC Southern Division MVP, Greg Muntz. In the coming year, the team will be looking to replace the high scoring Richard, as well as two other fine counter- parts, who, together with Richard, made up the tricaptains: goalie Dave Slider, and halfback, Tim Hilbert. The final tally showed the Mules posting an 1 1-2-1 record, including Coach Ron Lauchnor ' s 50th win as a collegiate soccer coach . 22 23 24 26 27 ' f r V 1 K1 I ; fl w 1 p i mjft V ' . 1 i i Jr!! Jr — 1 i t, m mm 1 V i i $ i First Row: Mike Dikun. Alan Jones. Ron Salley. Mike Cressman. Jon Light. Joe Allwein. Jim Murray. Charles Salvaterra. Second Row: John Mill, Ste- ven Correale. Charles Beyer. Timothy Weber. Kenneth Heddon. Benjamin Martinez, Taylor Wallace. Third Row: William Ray, Peter Molendyke. Thomas Oleska. Randy Boll. Walter Staehle. Michael Reid. Henry Coons. James Stampfle. Fourth Row: Frank McCants, Thomas Dillon, Steven Wolfe, Keith Ordemann. Jeffrey Swanson. Robert Reynolds. James Oliphant. Francis Conlin. Fifth Row: Gary Podenak, Eric Butler, John Dunne, Gregg Johnstone. Carmllo DeSantis. John Holland. Harold Stovall. James Christie. Sixth Row: Michael Yaklich. Steven Eisenhauer, Steve Wolfe. Leland Lott. Seventh Row: Robert Shirvaman. Eugene Christian. Robert Beck. Douglas Bicher. Thomas Smyers. James Munn. Carl Norman. Eighth Row: Donald Kichline (Trainer). John Hazel (Student Trainer). Mark Holland (Student Trainer). Samuel Beidleman (Assistant Coach). Frank Mari- no (Head Coach), William DiGiacomo (Assistant Coach), John Biddiscombe (Assistant Coach), John Donmoyer (Assistant Coach), Robert Fagan (Equipment Manager). Charles May (Manager). Howard Jacobson (Assistant Manager). Football Last season Muhlenberg compiled a one and eight log which earned it the label of being a rebuilding season. However, the rebuilding did not end with the last game of ' 72, but was just beginning. The task that lay ahead for both the coaches and the players was to evaluate the season and, in so doing, to detect the weaknesses and correct them, and to find the strengths of the team and perfect them. Having learned what losing was, Muhlen- berg ' s football team set its sights on learning how to win. Muhlenberg began its ' 73 season by testing its newly adopted veer-offense and veteran defense in pre-season games against two strong and experienced northern divi- sion teams. Albright and Wilkes Colleges, and the Muhl- enberg team came off both encounters on top. In these two contests Muhlenberg gained a great deal of experi- ence but more importantly the team gained the confi- dence it lacked at the end of the previous season. Having these two necessary attributes, Muhlenberg was able to begin its season with a full head of steam. As the season progressed the team’s momentum in- creased, and, except for the slight set back in tying Leba- non Valley, Muhlenberg was beginning to realize just how sweet victory could be. However, it was not until the Wi- dener game that the team reached its full potential. Al- though both teams were undefeated Widener had just beaten the also undefeated F M team the week before and was heavily favored in the game with Berg. It was the emotional factor, though, that had a great deal of in- fluence in the outcome of this game. In ' 72 Widener and its “white shoed” Billy Johnson had handed Berg its worst defeat, scoring five touchdowns. In ’73, though, Muhlenberg was able to smash the Widener record by a margin of one point and Billy Johnson was easily con- tained by a determined defense. It was the offense, by being able to put together several sustained drives which resulted in needed points on the board, that was the key factor, for this gave the defense the rest that it needed to be able to contain the potent Widener offense. This was, indeed, the high point of the season for the entire team. Dreams of an undefeated season, though, were shat- tered by a revenge-seeking F M squad. With their victory over Muhlenberg, F M was able to wrap up the League title. Despite this loss, Berg was still able to rally and come back for the last game of the season against Mo- ravian in which Muhlenberg beat them for the first time in eight years. If the success of the team had to be attributed to one fac- tor it would have to fall on the attitude of the team and its coaches. The season was one complete team effort; each person working individually for the improvement of the whole. Although there were only eight seniors, it was their spirit that set the pace for the entire team for they gave the experience and leadership needed. With a great majority of the team returning, Muhlenberg should en- joy another fine season next year. i L % M 29 31 35 36 37 r 1 ' i ' i • ’» fWlfer jjgft Qwi ' ? ' ■ • . 4Snr y I First Row: Mara Levinson, Stephanie Milordo. Second Row: Joan Beane. Linda Graebner, Mary Ellen Schaaf, Linda Deutsch, Sue Hermony. Third Row: Patricia Borwick (Captain). Cheerleaders 38 Majorettes First Row: Pat Ryan, Cyndi Hufnail (Captain), Debbie Leathermon. Second Row: Beverely Rindt, Kathy Ash, Sue Miller, Arlene Smith, Edie Mickle. Color Guard Pom Pom Girls First Row: Lorraine Zeller (co-captain). Leana Maloney, Betsy Urmston, Linda Liquori, Linda Ludwig, Jan Stubenrauch. Second Row: Stephanie Duncan-Peters, Julie Werson. Daryl Gaillard. Susie Greenburg. Kathy St. John, Donna Haas (co- captain). First Row: Rich Barrett, Russ Herwig (co-captains). Second Row: Bill Stedman, Steve Nix, Al Pels, Mark Dewalt, Dave Miller. Third Row: Coach Bill Flamish, Barry Wiser, Howard Gendelman, Art Douglas, Fred Fetzer (manager). Cross Country A solid veteran Mule cross country team lashed back at its tough opposition this year and sported its best season in the history of the college. The harrier squad, composed of two seniors, two juniors, four sophomores, and two fresh- men showed itself to be a true contending power in this year’s MAC Conference, as it posted a record of 8 wins and 5 losses. The Mules were co-captained this year by four year veteran and school record holder Rich Barrett, and the ever strong veteran senior Russ Herwig. T ogether, these two teammates established a winning spirit and confidence with- in the team ' s ranks, for as Barrett usually blazed over the finish line more often than not in first place, Herwig was always a threat to the other competitor’s top runners, and could be relied upon to show a positive spirit no matter how stacked the deck seemed against the Mules. The thinclad’s solidarity and depth, however, was supplied by another fine group of experienced underclassmen. In the Junior camp, Bill Studman and Howie Gondleman were always on the fly to produce these needed winning points. The fine sophomore division, on the other hand, bore the brunt of the depth, and thus could be said to have been responsible for all the wins. Mark DeWalt, undoubtedly the most improved member of this year’s harrier group, was very often found near the lead and in contention for those high places. Steve Nix, who was slow at the season’s start, came on strong to be counted among the top twenty runners in the MAC. Barry Wiser and Al Pels were always crucial in the meet ' s outcomes and the freshmen Dave Miller and Art Douglas show much promise as fine runners. As for the season itself, the harriers ran circles around Dickinson, Elizabethtown, Scranton, Lebanon Valley, Albright, Drew. Haverford, and Nyack. The team’s only losses were to the powerful teams of Delaware Valley. Franklin and Marshall, Widner, Swarthmore, and Ursinus, The team placed sixth out of twenty three teams in the MAC meet, the highest it has ever placed. The meet was highlighted by the sxith place, medal-winning performance of Rich Barrett, who reestablished himself as one of the top runners of the conference, last year having been plagued by injuries. Also, Steve Nix turned in a championship performance, placing fifteenth, and showing a medal gathering future. However, as the team looks to the future, it is evident that Coach Bill Flamish must fill two vacant positions in order to maintain his winning ways. 42 First Row: Jan Hooker, Jane Shoemaker, June Weber, Charlotte Risser. Second Row: Ellen Kuehm, Debbie Luppold, Sue Landis, Becky White, Jan Williams. Third Row: Ellen Osgood, Lee Massie, Sally Wagner, Becky Potts. Women’s Field Hockey The undefeated 1973 women ' s hockey team is one to be remembered. Their 5-0-2 record is indicative of this hard pressing and energetic team. Both the offense and de- fense developed into aggressive, well-balanced units under the guidance of Coach Jean Hecht. The rugged defense kept the opponents’ scoring to a minimum by allowing them to complete only two successful goal drives against the determined Berg team all season. The aggressive and skillful offense pressed for multiple goals to win convincingly in many games. The team’s success lay in the fact that indeed it was a team working as one, composed of many individual “good players” who were able to effectively complement each other’s skills. The season opened with a tough game against Kutztown which resulted in a battle of the defenses. The only goal for each team occurred on sudden breaks, typical of the tense nature of this match. In the following game, the offense rose to display its agility and adeptness in con- trolling the ball in Berg’s defeat of the Cedar Crest team. The Cedar Crest girls were no match for the forceful team, and the 6-0 score proves it! As the season progressed Moravian and Lehigh also fell victim to the women’s powerful team. Only in the pres- ence of Lafayette did the Berg team waver a bit when full- back Liz Nickle was injured and forced to the sidelines for the remainder of the season. This game was plagued by a series of impotent plays leading to a frustrating 1-1 tie. However the ' Berg team bounced back to win its last four games by sizable margins. At the conclusion of the season a Lehigh Valley Tourna- ment was conducted at Cedar Crest for the schools in the league. The Muhlenberg team was well represented, with six of its members being selected to the All-Star teams. These were Debbie Luppold, Sally Wagner, Jane Shoe- maker, Sue Landis, Jan Williams, and June Weber. With the high quality of five capable freshman lettermen on the 1973 team and the loss of only one senior, Sue Lan- dis, the prospects for a winning season in ’74 look bright. Muhlenberg 1 Scoreboard Kutztown Opponent 1 6 Cedar Crest 0 1 Lafayette 1 1 Moravian 0 5 Lehigh 0 5 Moravian 0 5 Phi la. College of the Bible 0 44 45 46 Intramurals 47 48 49 50 51 52 Big Name . . . 54 Story Theater 56 phi The Nite Owl 58 59 60 61 62 63 ‘•‘“timm.,.,. „ . t !J?! 4 - XlUt . • •♦ ♦ • M,i, tU| p •♦ . tttltimuitii , , Itititin. •• » ♦♦. »»»»»Mm»n»«, 4 J I , ;• » » ♦. tuttiiiutit t$ m :!. , ?J , » » »»$ »»» ,,s ,;» »»»» • — . “ — :: 3» » Min.! 1 ;• »«m nit ft 64 65 67 75 I M BE breakfast liMit- 1 juice or 1 juice and 1 W continental breakfast Imits; 2 dou bnuts; 2 juice or 1 m Ik and 1 juic lunch ’and dinner unlimited- bread beverage, soup. vegetables. salad 76 77 Is this the little girl I carried? Is this the little boy at play? I don’t remember growing older, When did they? When did she get to be a beauty? When did he grow to be so tall? Wasn ' t it yesterday when they were small? Bruce Albright Gerald Alderman William Alesbury Joseph Allwein Andrew Arditti Paul Arfanis Kathleen Ash Stanley August Susan Avera 82 I Patricia Barwick Gabriel Battisti Carol Barnes Richard Barrett Susan Bauerschmidt Thomas Bennington Christopher Berglund Robert Berkowitz 84 Larry Bors-Koefoed Elwood Bowman Michael Boyle Jeffrey Brand 85 lames Cannata jr. William Butler )r. Clarissa Bencan 86 Susan Campbell Betsy Caplan Mark Alan Carberry Karen Christman Karen Ciecura Maria Ciolino Bruce Cooke Thomas Cooper Richard L. Corbett Richard T. Corbett Calvin Corvaia Diane Cotter Richard Creager Michael Cressman Patricia Crow Wendy Ann Cusick Robert Cuzzolino Valerie Dalto Ronald Daubenspeck C. Michael Dikun Deborah de Castro Edward Delluva Leanna Dudding Stephanie Duncan-Peters William De Stefano Thomas Easen John Ewald Douglas Faraldi Gary Eisenberg Gay Eckensberger Christopher Evans Henry Eisenberg lane Eeeman Deborah Eichorn Randy Finelli Gary Flashner Sally Ford CFiristino Forrer Alan Geisler Richard Geissler, ]r. Karen Gaul Diane Gauntl Marc Gellmari Carol Gerhart 92 David Ginsburg Robert Gober Janice Cuinan Joseph Golant Susan Grannas Jeffrey Goldfinger Anita Gonsalves Donna Haas Bonnie Gustafsson Anne Haenni Linda Graefing m John Harwick Russell Herwig loan Hatch Margo Heydt H. Bruce Halpin Timothy Hilbert John Herman Lorraine Hava Timothy Hallman 94 Anne Milder David Hundermark Deborah Hunter Carol Hutchinson Geraldine Ifkovits 96 Ann Marie Kahler Donley Frank Karoly )r. Barbara Ann Kean Brian Lee Keck Edward Kalis Charles Keelan Sheila Kelly Beverly Kindt 98 Glenn Knoblauch Roxanne Kraft Mark S. K re in del Heather Lane Ely Gregory Lambert Suzanne Landis Richard Kohl Susan Knutsen Richard Krieger 100 David Laubach James Laubach Jr. Raymond Lasinski Kurt Ottmar Lauff David Laskin H. Steven Lawrence Harvey Lester Jon Light Albert Marchio II Peter Mallette Richard Lorenz Linda Ludwick Blake Maries Linda Masin 101 Jeffrey Matt Richard Matthews Charles May Sally Me Caskill Marta McCully William McDonald William Means 102 Ellen Milionis Janice Miller Ronald Miller Jeffrey Miner Deborah Molony Maria Mitro P. Thomas Moessner David Moats 103 I Andrea Monaghan Neal Monda Sandra Morrell Anne Moyer C. Braxton Moyer lames Murray III 104 lay Murray Thomas Namey Jeffrey Neiman Anne Nelson Nancy New John Nitsche Terry Norcross Joan Oswald Emrlka Padus William Painter Demetrios Papacostas 105 Kim Peterson Christopher Pelkey Gail Parris Roberta Perez Patricia Phillips Linda Potts Pamela Pfromm Wynne Perlman Howard Pomerantz 106 Ralph Reinertsen Albert Reinhardt Karen Reynolds Robert Richard Susan Robbins Martha Roberts 108 David Roeder Neil Rooklin pi Patricia Ross Christopher Rumpf Ellen Rutan Mark Sabella Ronney Salley Victoria Sails Charles Salvaterra Janet Schaefer Dietrich 109 Brent Schantz Eugene Schechter Bruce Schober William Scholtz N Richard Schifreen Mary Schurmann Eugene Schwartz 1)0 Marc Schwartz Mary Schwartz David Shafer Colette Shankel Robin Siegel Thomas Siesholtz 111 Philip Smith Scott Soffen Daniel Simpson Gail Skead Teresa Sihler David Slider Robert Simon hhhhhhhhhhhghhrhhhb V Susan Slogoff 1 12 Barbara Solga Beth Spiegelhalder 113 Lawrence Spalink Peter Steinmann Ronald Springel Robert Steele Judith Solomon Gail Sowden Lindsay a Patricia Sullivan David Teeter Linda Tepp Marcia Thimons 114 Jeanne (Jmholtz Dennis Ulrich 115 Pamela Tyler Patricia Unger Beverly Walker Ephraim Walters John Walton Louise Wardlow 116 Paula Valentine Laurel Van Citters Cigi Voit Robert Waldman Howard Weitz Frank Wheeler Neil Wenner Cheryl White Albert Weinhardt Sandra Werner Cratias Robert Webster Jimmy Werley 117 Karen White Michele Wiese David Whitney Judith Wick Elizabeth Widmaier Daniel Wiktorek Jean Willis Deborah Winslow 118 120 Commencement June 2, 1974 Memorial Hall Dais: Chaplain David Bremer, Dr. Paul Empie, Pres. John Morey, Erwin Canham, Dean Philip Secor. Class of 1974 speaker, Daniel Simpson. Erwin Canham, Commencement speaker and editor emeritus of the Christian Science Monitor. 122 123 - k .. i : •:■»• ' ■. S ' : -a Usui «§f » ;j i Now they must learn from one another Day by day . . , Student Council First Row: Stephanie Duncan-Peters, Steve Walters, Kent Rissmiller. Second Row: Ron Springel (Pres.), Marta McCully, Jim Christie, Michelle Dungee, Dan Bernstein. Third Row: Karl Bordeau (Vice-Pres.), Lynne Braunstein, Bruce Shober, Bev Kindt, Cyndi Lodge, Sarah Mueller, Bob Djergian, Glenn Raiczyk, Craig Bernecker. Joint Council First Row: Janice Huber, Claudia Beach. Second Row: Sandy Morrell, Vicki Sails, Glenn Raiczyk, Judy Baldwin. Third Row: Debbie Winslow (Pres.), Bev Byrd, Gina Libassi. 126 Student Court First Row: Jay Wortzel (Court Clerk), Rich Braunschweiger, Liz Jones, Vitaly Sawyna, Jean Reid. Second Row: Lex McArthur, John Ewald, Cheryl White, Beth Widmaier, Bob Stets, Scott Soften, Jeff Brand (Chief Justice), Carol Meehan (Chief Attorney), Tom Stackhouse. Dorm Court Bruce Cooke Nancy Hill Randy Bush Larry Spalink Louise Wardlow 127 Senior Class Executive Board Seated: Sandy Morrell Carol Meehan Marta McCully Debbie Winslow Bruce Albright Standing: Andrea Monaghan (Sec.) Janice Huber (Vice Pres.) Bruce Shober (Pres.) Pete Mallette (T reas.) Junior Class Officers Leana Maloney Ed Kutchin Bob Djergian (Pres.) i 128 Sophomore Class Officers First Row: Cyndi Lodge (Pres.) Second Row: Holly Kinchley (Sec.) Fay Whalen (Vice Pres.) Barb Snelbaker (Treas.) Freshman Class Officers First Row: Jim Christie (Pres.) Second Row: Debbie Higgins (Treas.) Nancy Gussow (Sec.) Ken Wonderland (Vice-Pres.) 129 Freshman Advisors First Row: John Ewaid, Mary Jane DePaul, Stephanie Zimmt, Barb Coxe, Ellen Nemesnyik, Michelle Dungee, Donna Miedama, Neal Berkowitz, Gail Smith, Bob Djergian, Harvey Lester, Robin Siegel, Tom Hadzor. Second Row: Marta McCully, Marilyn Macknik, Blake Maries, Mike Pocalyko, Nancy Hill, Eric Sun, Janice Busher, Cindy Grossman, Laurel Van Citters, Liz Jones, Chris Berglund. Third Row: Bob Garbak, Bunnie Kean, Olga Calami- das, Leana Maloney, Mark Kreindel, Seth Mellman, Gibby Battisti, Marc Surkin, Rolf Wolfrom, Rick Kreiger, Jeff Brand, Scott Soffen. Freshman Orientation Committee Sitting: Bob Djergian, Marta McCully (Chairman), Barb Coxe, Sally Rubenstein, Betsy Caplan, Marc Surkin, Gary Flashner, Jim Udell, Holly Kinchley, Marilyn Macknik. Standing: Michelle Dungee, Leana Maloney, Laurel Van Citters, Ed Delluva, Liz Jones. 130 RA’s First Row: Mary L. Pretz, Chris Young (Head R.A.), Libby Siver, Mike Yaklich. Second Row: Rich Slimmer, Brian Keck (Head R.A.), Wendy Bengston, Ed Kutchin, Mike Reid, Tom Barry. Third Row: Debbie Hunter, Craig Bernecker, Becky Saeger, Tom Stackhouse, Patty Nigro. First Row: (Officers) Denise Lorz, Rick Kreiger, Robin Seigel. Second Row: Nancy Gussow, Marlene Alter- man, Sally Rubenstein, Mary Conley, Mary Lou Fox, Barb Coxe, Laura Fentin, Chuck Wray, Barb Horsfall, Liz Jones, Marc Surkin, Ellen Nemesnyik, Bruce Shober. Third Row: Barb Snelbaker, Gail Smith, Lee Ann Gelletly, Jacki Swick, Pete Auster, Cindy Grossman, Kathy Kennedy, Holly Eddinger, Alyece Brown, Mike Stanton, Stephanie Zimmt, Linda Speidel, Kim Monson. Fourth Row: Steve Hart, Janet Klamer, Anita Nay- ar, Jeff Crespy, Eleanor Hamilton. Fifth Row: Sarah Mueller, Phil Kramer, Kim Anderson, Mr. George Gibbs, Carol Meehan, Larry Yager, Dave Kirlin. Sixth Row: Greg Lambert, Donna Miedama, Helen-Marie Shriver, Leana Maloney, Fran Rosenfeld, Claudia Beach. Cardinal Key 131 Alpha Phi Omega Union Board Ecology Action Club First Row: John Hartman, Jeff Brand. Second Row: Eric Carlson, Mary Lou Turner, John Sarnies, Sandi Gratias. Third Row: Diane Henley, Pam Larson, Dave Zukowsky, Dave Searing. Fourth Row: Henry Herbener, Greg Hagerty, Andy Baker, Bruce Shober, Patti Reynolds, Steve Hart. Seated: Cyndie Hufnail, Jo Anne Hoehing, Barb Podsen. Standing: Mr. Seamans (Advisor), Neal Cohn, Nancy Hutton (Treas.), Marilyn Macknik (Sec.), Betsy Caplan (Pres.), Kandy Petry. Sitting: Laurie Kruger, Rhonda Witt, Balint Balog, Glenn Raiczyk, Steve Brand. Standing: Peggy Smith, Kevin McLain, Dave Greenwald (Pres.), Rich Braunschweiger, Sue Blumenstein. Top Row: Bunnie Kean, Martha Roberts. 132 Institute of Faith First Row: Bill Painter, Steve Hart, Deb Zellner, Greg Hagerty, Kim Munson, James Junker, Larry Spalink. Sec- ond Row: Carl Pratt, Dave Searing, John Grove (Chairman), Kevin Bausman, Andy Baker. Hillel 9 iijlt-i ; ; ®! fj s t ;? I n $■ 1 V } T (J ' • | « ■ | t l if si! i [i i ; |: • tiM fri it !||| Seated: Cindy Grossman, Arnie Feltoon. Standing: Ste- phanie Zimmt, Alyece Brown, Dave Laskin, Joe Hershman, Marc Schwartz (Pres.). First Row: Andy Baker, Craig Staller, Debbie Eichorn, Barb Muldrow, Stephanie Os- trowski. Second Row: Greg Hagerty, Kim Munson, Art Haule, John Gaggin, Dave Laubach, Evelyn Lewis, Carl Pratt, John Hazel, Linda Abbey, Beth Fletcher, James Junker (Pres.), Deb Zellner (Vice-Pres.), Heather Lane Ely. Muhlenberg Christian Association 133 Weekly First Row: Rick Kreiger, Gary E. Eisenberg, Jacqui Swick, Marc Surkin, Chuck Wray. Second Row: John Gaggin, Ben Howard (Editor), Bill Franz, Greg Lambert, Patty Sheppard, George Mozurkewich, Chris Finch. Arcade Clockwise: Jim Laubach, Chuck Keelan (Co-editors), Jane Watts, Bob Nehring, D. W. Berry, Bunny Kean, D. Cooper. 134 Chapel Choir College Choir First Row: B. Saeger, L. Speidel, V. Sails, K. Collins, K, Neiman, U. Hoffmann, B. Muldrow, J. Reid, N. Hood, S. Endress, E. Nemesnyik, B, Mikkal, B. Gustafsson, P. Reynolds, Dr. McClain. Second Row: L. Masin, S. Grannas Ulrich, N. Hill, G. Pe- tersen, M. Thompson, N. Arrimour, K. McNulty, A. Haenni, I. Haenni, D. Eichorn, L. Eriksson, S. Petrick, J. Wick, F. Frie- berg (Manager), C. May. Third Row: C. Staller, D. Ulrich, N. Feltham, P. Gifford, S. Kauffman, W. Rinehart, W. Long, M. Boyer, J. Hand, D. Cressman, K. Lauff, S. Albers. Fourth Row: C. Keelan, T. Hallman, T. Stackhouse, D. Wiktorek, D. Simpson, S. Recker, J. Junker, T. Rinehart, T. Moessner. 135 Institution of Sound First Row: B. Belcher, R, Finelli, C. Gerhart, B. Messbauer, M. Maizel. Second Row: J. Reid (Mgr.), B. Mikkal, T. Barna, T. Fortmuller, J. Sessler, M. Aiken, A. Haenni, L. Jones, B. Clarkson. Third Row: D. Labar, I. Haenni, J. Ewald, C. Hoff- man, S. Robbins, R. Fisher, G. Stever, D. Zavaleta. Fourth Row: T. Rinehart (Dir.), T. Lithgow, B. Walker. Muhlenberg Musical Association First Row: R. Fisher, D. Haas, L. Zeller, M. Koch, C. Brandow, M. Lowe, B. Mikkal. Second Row: D. deCastro, A. Haenni, E. Nemesnyik, N. Hood, J. Hooker. Third Row: D. Donde, B. Webster, J. Reid, V. Sails, D. Toran, T. Barna, I. Haenni, K. Sturm, R. Seigel (Dir.), B. Keck, J. Christie, T. Rinehart, L. Winn, B. Braak. 136 Modern Dance Club First Row: Jan Hooker, Dorothy Toran, Donna Haas. Second Row: Michelle Dun- gee, Robin Seigel, Debbie Bianco, Alyece Brown. Third Row: Sue Lose. Mask And Dagger Sitting: Bunnie Kean, Kevin McLain, Jo Anne Hoehing. Kneeling: Tom Fortmuller, Debbie deCastro (Pres.). Standing: Holly Eddinger, Dorothy Toran, Jim Werley, Dusty Walker, Barb Snelbaker, Bill Braak, Tom Moessner, Terri Barna. College Band 137 Women’s Football First Row: L. Nickle, S. Badgley, C. Beach, J. Wersen, L. Fentin, J. Schroeder. Second Row: A. Nelson, J. Jones, S. Brennon, P. Larson, D. Gaillard, P. Sullivan, S. Packer. Third Row: G. Libas- si, P. Garrell, P. Hooper, C. Lodge. Fourth Row: M. Schaaf, S. Hermany. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sitting: Kathy Diehl, Bill Painter, Patsy Sullivan, Dan Rochan. Standing: Mark Dewalt, Becky Potts, Pat Cashion, Bob Beck, Liz Nickle, Dave Wall, Ken Wonderland. Women’s Fencing Cyndy Ciangio, Nadine Sahaydak, Barb Scammell. 138 First Row: Jeff Scott, Dave Cornell. Kevin McLain. Second Row: Donna Miedama, Cathy Perry. Third Row: Andy Arditti (Pres.), Larry Meserve, Ronny Tornberg, Mike Stanton . Ski Club Varsity “M” Club Seated: Chris Betz, John Dunne. Standing: John Cobb, Jay Murray, Doug Cornwell. International Students Association Seated: Barb Muldrow, Ursula Hoffmann. Standing: Chukwudi Onuike, Harald Torsteinsen. 139 Chess Club Mike Butler, Bruce Cooke. Chris Berglund, Wayne Berman, Ralph Reinertsen. Campus Girl Scouts Clockwise (Starting At Top): Sue Shabacker, Jane Shoemaker, Anne Nelson, Naomi Rosen- thal, Ann Donley. WMUH Sitting: A. Leeti, S. Meyer, R. Slimmer, P. Galasso, C. Kuehn, P. Auster, B. Saeger, A. Baker, J. Phillips, M. Werrell, R. Braunschweiger. Standing: P. Zeigler, D. Long, R. Krieger, R. Fisher, K. Bozoukas, B. Hutcheson, P. Smith, M. Carberry, A. Weiner, M. Schwartz, R. Lund. 140 Association of Black Collegians First Row: Daryl Gaillard, Johnny King, Paula Wrenn, Karen White. Second Row: Joe Rodgers, Leland Lott, Charmaine Brandow, Carl Norman, Henry Boyd, Cyrise Dixon. Commuters Club Sitting: Liz Jones, Mike Butler, John Vass, Deb Buddich, Terry Master, Scott Henning. Sec- ond Row: Steve Weirbach, Debbie Smith, Jill Yorgey, Darryl Sycher, Debby Seibert. Third Row: Joan Popovich, Sue Snyder, Elyse McFetridge. Muhlenberg Fraternity Council Seated: Dale Secules, Bill Painter (Pres.), Pete Mallette. Second Row: Rich Stier, Al Marchio, Pete Sebastian. Spanish Club Seated: Nancy New, Sally McCaskill, Laurie Kruger. Standing: Bob Nehring, Cathy Smith, Judy Woh- lin, Glenn Raiczyk, Jeanne Freitag (Pres.), Julie Werson, Dr. Gordon. German Club Sitting: Claudia Beach, Leana Maloney, Anita Nayar, Debbie Eichorn. Standing: Sue Cooper, Ingrid Haenni (Pres.), Gail Parris, Holly Eddin- ger, Mary Aiken, Barb Muldrow. Russian Club Seated: Linda Potts, Julie Werson. Marilyn Mackmk, Lauren Healy, Wynne Perlman, Jan Blaho. Standing: Bruce Albright, Janice Hub- er (Pres.), Dr. Ziedonis, Eleanor Hamilton, Terrie Barna. In Tree: Barb Muldrow, Sue Packer. 142 Forensic Society Carol Meehan (Pres.), Margaret Gasink (Coach), Kathy Kennedy, Kathy Bouzakis. Bottom to Top: Naomi Rosenthal, Jill Sangrey, Barb Podsen, Janice Colagreco, Mr. E. Anhalt (Advisor), Marilyn Pawluk, Susan Petrick, Kathy Uilstead. Holly Kinchley, Fay Whalen, Jeanette Bianco, Janie Dietrich, Terry Sihler, Debbie Bianco, Kathy Ash, Rich Barrett. Education Society 143 Society of Physics Students Sitting: Thor Thorsson, Mark Carberry (Pres.). George Mozur- kewich. Standing: Rick Bodnar, Bill Franz, Tom Rinehart (Vice-Pres.), Steve Takacs. ' V -W " " WMm. John Marshall Pre-Law Society Seated: Ed Kutchin, Wendy Bengston, Terrie Barna. Standing: Greg Lambert, Mike But- ler, Bruce Cooke, Carol Meehan. Eta Sigma Phi Honorary Classical Language Fraternity Chris Hanley, Dr. Bohm, Andy Baker, Dale Feinblatt, Paula Valentine (Pres.). 144 Pi Delta Epsilon Honorary Journalism Fraternity fiJ 1 i ■ m i ■ [I 1 I ■ ' M J j ii I 1 ft M 1 I j 1 mti James Laubach, Ben Howard, John Gaggin, George Mozurkowich (Pres.), Marc Schwartz, Greg Lambert. Floor: M. Durham, T. Sihler, J. Gaggin, C. Shenkel. Couch: J. Freitag, G. Voit, B. Kean, K. Van Loan, A. Gonsalves. Standing: C. Barnes (Pres.), S. McCaskill, N. New. Phi Sigma lota Honorary Romance Language Fraternity Sigma Tau Delta — Honorary English Fraternity Chuck Keelan, John Gaggin, Harvey Lester, Vicki Sails, Bunnie Kean, Phil Smith, Paula Valentine, Joan Oswald, Barb Scammell . 145 Psi Chi — Honorary Psychology Fraternity First Row: Gigi Voit, Valerie Dalto, Larry Spalink, Martha Durham, Courtney Hoffman. Second Row: Sandy Gratias, Gary Eisenberg. Third Row: Kathy Parks, Dave Laubach, Kathy Jones, Eleanor Hamilton, Wendy Toman, Brenda Ma- jor, Cathy Wischhusen. Phi Alpha Theta — Honorary History Fraternity Sue Yost, Evelyn Lewis, Wynne Perlman, Anita Gonsalves (Pres.), Carol Barnes, Jeff Gordon, Bill Butler . 146 Sigma Pi Sigma Honorary Physics Fraternity Tom Rinehart, Mark Carberry, George Mozurkowich. Delta Phi Alpha Honorary German Fraternity Louise Wardlow, Debbie Eichorn, Bill O’Hara, Barb Muldrow. 147 Lambda Epsilon Delta Honorary Leadership Fraternity for Women First Row: Sarah Mueller, Lorraine Zeller. Debbie deCastro, Faith Frieberg. Second Row: Dr. Mortimer, Carol Meehan (Pres.), Andrea Monaghan, Sue Irvine, Kris Leesmont, Debbie Eichorn, Patti Phillips, Jeannie Umholtz, Robin Siegel. Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary Leadership Fraternity for Men Bruce Shober, Chris Berglund (Pres.), Ron Springel. 148 Phi Beta Kappa SPRING INDUCTEES: First Row: Robin Siegel, Susie and Barney Hogg, Patsy Sullivan, Carol Hutchinson. Second Row: Nancy New, Anita Gonsalves. Third Row: Chuck Keelan, Andy Baker, John Ewald. FALL INDUCTEES: Ursula Hoffmann, Sue Lan- dis, Louise Wardlow, James Junker. First Row: Betsy Caplan, James Junker, Jeff Brand. Second Row: Jean Reid, Stephanie Duncan-Peters, Brian Keck, Sue Landis, Rob Richard, Bruce Shober, Chuck Keelan, Marta McCully . Who’s Who in American Colleges And Universities 149 Alpha Tau Omega First Row: Scott Orens, John Reitz, Steve Burak, Jeff Neiman, Vinnie Vied, Bob Cuzzolino, Linda Hagboerern, Jim Murray, Paul Durr, Vi Sawyna, Bill Butler, Keith Ordemann, Jim Gaydos, Bert Marchio (Pres.). Bill Bloom, John Cobb, Joan Oswald, Rick Porter, John Nitsche, Chris Betz, Jay Murray, John Dunne, Sandy Morrell, Bev Kindt, Jeff Bates (Sec.). Second Row: Rod Reber, John Bryer. En- sign, Owen McGuillicuddy, Bill Wyatt, Jeff Matt (Treas.), Scott Armstrong. Third Row: Chico Seidler, Becky White, Ray Lasinski, Luann Deutsch. Fourth Row: Don DeLorenzo, Sue Green, Doug Cornwell, Betsy Urmston, Rick Musz, Steve Lawrence, Tom Smyers, Harvey Lester. First Row: Charles Salvaterra, Ben Martinez, Mike Harmelin, Joe Yelenscisc, George Salvaterra, Bob Shirvanian. Second Row: Al Jones, Charles Beyer, Russ Brown, Tom Cooper, Mrs. Kohr, Gerald Alderman (Pres.), Colonel Sanders, Lou Cobo, Ken Bar- low, Pete Sebastian, Ken Hedden. Third Row: Mike Dikun, Tim Weber, Mike Goldman, Mike Maliefsky . Lambda Chi Alpha First Row: Greg Muntz, Craig Dougherty, Mark Kreindel, Stephen Wolfe, Frank Baldino, Howie Pomerantz, Bruce Walker, Bill Means, Jeff Goldfin- ger. Second Row: Joe Allwein, Strohm, Dave Slider, Wynn Edwards, Ed 1 1 1 ions, John Minerowitz, Larry Meserve, Dale Dieffenbach, Dave Lightkep, Craig Miller, Ed and Ralph Kalis, Tim Hilbert. Third Row: Jim Hewitt, Jim Robinson, Mike Yaklich, Jeff Brand, Tom Reilly, Barry Jacobson, Randy Bush, Rich Stier (Pres.), Mike Wesnofsky, Andy Arditti, Ed Kutchin, Steve Bajan, Tom Starner, Wayne Devantier, Tom Stauffer, Ben LoCicero, Lee Solomon, Marc Gellman, Tom Bennington, Ron Miller, Woody Bowman, Jack Pritchard. Fourth Row: Joe Hacker, Herb Ridyard, Tom Fortmull- er, Karl Bordeau, Rolf Wolfrom, Bill Poutsiaka, Mike Reid, Dick Haines, Dave Pontell, Scott Soften, Lex MacArthur. Phi Kappa Tau Sigma Phi Epsilon First Row: Steve Nix, Rick Fredericks, Chuck Kuehn, Frank Flisser, Barry Weiser, Steve Fermeir, Dave Sharps, Alan Geisler, Bill Grill. Second Row: Buddy and Howard Weitz, Connie, Marc Surkin, Gary Stitch, Gibby Battisti, Gary Eisenberg, Michael Hostina, Charlie Mark, Mike Gailey, Tom Namey. Third Row: Dave Rauschenberger, Dave Cressman, Scott Recker, Rick Slimmer, Mike Jeske, Pete Vasilenko, John Kruglinski, John Grove, Doug Berg. Fourth Row: Mark Carberry, Mark Werrell. Dave Long, Eric Sun, Taylor Wallace, Mike Pokalycko. 153 Tau Kappa Epsilon First Row: Jim Werley, Dan Kleinrock, Roger Gates. Pete Mallette. Second Row: Kurt Lauff, Ellis Jacobs, Doug Poliak, Lew Wolensky, Dave Roeder, Glenn Raiczyk, Carl Stillman, Glenn Knoblauch, Russ Mazda, Mike the Cook. Third Row: Joseph Balliet, Ted Lithgow, Bruce Albright, Tom Rushmore. Fourth Row: Steve Griffith, Lar- ry Krevitz, Dave Kirlin, Howie Jacobsen, Bruce Belcher. Kneeling: Gene Schwartz, Penelope, Eric Bluestone, Dave Greenwald. STANDING: Larry Herschman, Bob Gober, Bob Kane. Mark Krawitz. Stuart Thau, Steve Rothstein, Jim Udell, Howie Gendelman, Stu Friedman, Larry Payne, Mike Maizel, Dave Laskin (Vice Pres.), Whizzer Weiss, Mark Scha- hat, Steve Channer, Bob Simon, Richard Barg (Pres.). Zeta Beta Tau 155 156 David S. Boyer, Admissions Counselor. Janice M. Williams, Assistant Director of Admissions. George W. Gibbs, Director of Admissions. Richard F. Bennett, Jr., Assistant Director of Admissions. 158 Paul W. H. Weaver, Biology. Dr. Cari S. Oplinger, Biology. Dr. Katherine Lee Chen, Dr. Robert A. Boyer, Physics — Chemistry. Chairman. Dr. John C. Weston, Biology. Dr. John E. Trainer, Biology. 159 Dr. R. L. Schaeffer, Jr., Biology. Dr. Robert F. Milligan, Physics. Jaye E. Rowe, Jr., Chemistry. Dr. James R. Vaughan, Biology — Chairman. Dr. Charles E. Mortimer, Chemistry. Dr. G. N. Russell Smart. Chemistry — Chairman. Patricia Ann Seyer, Biology. Dr. Walter E. Loy, Jr., Physics. Dr. Harry L. Raub, III., Physics. Dr. David N. Stehly, Chemistry. Dr. Adnah G. Kostenbauder, Mathematics Robert J. Wagner, Mathematics. — Chairman . Dr. Truman L. Koehler, Mathematics. Dr. John I. Nassar, Mathematics. Charles W. Tremer, Sociology Anthropology. 163 Dr. Roger Baldwin, Sociology. Dr. Frank J. McVeigh, Sociology. Dr. Joseph A. Francello, Sociology An- thropology — Chairman. Morton G. Wenger, Sociology Anthropology. Dr. Lawrence Juda, Political Science. Alton J. Slane. Political Science. Dr. Stewart S. Lee. Political Science. Wilson N. Serfass, Jr.. Economics. Dr. Henry M. M. Richards, Economics — Chairman. John G. Voyatzis, Economics. Dr. Silas D. White, Psychology. Dr. Kenneth R. Graham, Psychology. Dr. Theodore Maiser, Psychology. Dr. Rohini P. Sinha, Economics Dr. Vimla Swani Sinha, Psychology Richard J. Thomas, Psychology. Dr. Walter H. Brackin, Psychology. Dr. Thomas F. Lohr, Psychology Chairman. Dr. George A. Frounfelker, Psychology. Dr. Edwin R. Baldridge, History. Dr. Renville Lund, History. Dr. John J. Reed, History — Chairman . Dr. Victor L. Johnson, History. Dr. Katherine S. Van Eerde, History. Dr. Joel D. Siegle, History. Dr. Indrikis Sterns, History. Peter T. Sardo, History Geography. Ui Dr. Albert A. Kipa, Foreign Languages — Robert K. Bohm, Classics. German Russian. Dr. Robert A. Gordon, Foreign Languages — Spanish. Dr. Adolph H. Wegener, Foreign Languages, German . Dr. John W. Brunner, Foreign Languages — Chair- man — German. Dr. Carol V. Richards, Foreign Languages — French. Dr. Minotte M. Chatfield, English. Raymond A. Phillips, Foreign Languages — German Chinese. j Dr. Robert B. Thornburg, English . Elizabeth M. L. Watrin, Foreign Lan- guages — French. Dr. Kenneth W. Webb, Foreign Lan- guages — Spanish . Jay H. Hartman, English. Dr. John T. Pearce. Foreign Languages — French Spanish. 169 I Dr. Claude E. Dierolf, English. Anthony C. Santore. English. Dr. Nelvin L. Vos, English. Donald L. Moore, English. Dr. Harold L. Stenger, English — Chairman. Dr. Ralph S. Graber. English. Dr. John C. MacConnell, Education — Chairman. Alfred J. Colarusso, Art. Ludwig Lenel, Music. Jeremy Slavin, Music. Dr. Hagen Staack, Religion — Chairman. Dr. William Jennings, Religion. Jack F. Jones, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. Dr. David H. Bremer, Chaplain . Dr. Rodney E. Ring, Religion Dr. David Howell, Philosophy. Dr. Ludwig F. Schlecht, Jr., Philosophy. Paul Hood, Director of Devel- opment; Charles Genna, As- sistant to Director of College Relations; Timothy A. Romig, Director of College Resources. Dr. Thomas H. Weaber, Jr., Student Health Director. Raymond J. Whispell, Chair- David M. Seamans, Union Director, man of Athletic Department. Francine Zoll, Coordinator of Housing; Gene M. Miller, Assistant Dean of Students; Donald H. Roland W. Dedekind, Scott, Jr., Assistant Dean of Students. Registrar 173 Dr. John H. Morey, President Philip Secor, Dean Deans LeCount. Nugent, and Bednar Charles S. Bednar Associate Dean of the College Anne Nugent Associate Dean of Students 174 176 178 ft Union Board Week 184 9 tf Aiiu illsoj j ItMS4 IV 7 I jJjAUtj WlkSLlj [if-faSjppOl J 14UL VH-d I : jtojJy M ™ ? • iJr rJiJ S8l 1 i«LJ 1 VQU 1 B i34lL«yL jBrl |M 1 A At First Row: John Van Kirk, Jim Barile. Ron Miller, Glenn Salo, Al Sincavage (Trl-Captalns), Bill Filipovlts, Arch Knisley. Second Row: Ray Shilling, Art Symonds, Gary Kiny on, Larry Todd. Carl Raber. John Schmehl. Third Row: Coach Ron Lauchnor, Bob Beck (Manager), Head Coach Ken Moyer. Basketball Despite an eleven and eleven win-loss record, the Muhl- enberg basketball season would have to be termed suc- cessful. Many believed the departure of 1000 point scor- ers Jay Haines and Joe Paul would leave Ken Moyer’s cagers without a strong offensive showing. The slack, however, was more than taken up by a balanced attack, led by sophomore tri-captain Glenn Salo. Salo, the diminutive backcourt wizard, brought the crowds in Memorial Hall to their feet many times during the season with his steals, adept passing ability, stifling drives, and long range shooting. Senior tri-captain Ron Miller was another standout for the Mules. His all-out hustle and rugged rebounding gave Muhlenberg fans the thrills they were looking for. The season started out slowly as the Mules lost their opener to underdog Western Maryland. An overtime squeaker loss to a strong Lafayette team, however, was an indication that it would be an exciting and promising season. It was also in that game that junior Jim Barile came into his own. He provided a strong inside scoring punch and needed rebounding throughout the year. The Mules went on to win the Central Bucks Holiday Tourna- ment for the second consecutive year and also beat a tough Albright ball club which ended its season as the MAC Northern Division champions. In end of the season playoffs held in Memorial Hall, the Mules with a third place finish in the conference took on favored Widener: a team which had blown them off the court at Widener only two weeks earlier. Not many held the hope that the Mules could overcome Widener’s tall opposition, but in winning six of their last seven confer- ence games that were necessary in order to make the playoffs, the Mules showed they could be tough against even the tallest. Once again, teamwork and the fast break, proved to be Muhlenberg ' s trademarks. Junior John Schmehl, with a broken hand received in the F M game, surprisingly returned to action against Widener; he provided the Mules with needed outside shooting and came through with clutch performances as he had sever- al times throughout the season . Junior tri-captain Al Sincavage contributed double figure games as did juniors Bill Filipovits and Jim Barile. These experienced veterans did the bulk of the work for the Mules, but a strong bench that included sophomores John Van Kirk, Arch Kinsley, Ray Schilling, and freshman Gary Kiny on were valuable subs. Salo, who put away seven games with his clutch foul shooting and last minute dribbling exhibitions, was re- warded for his fine season by being named to the All- Conference First Team. SCOREBOARD Muhlenberg Opponent 69 Western Maryland 73 69 Lafayette 74 81 Swarthmore 61 63 Albright 62 62 Kutztown 65 68 Washington 71 103 Lycoming 92 69 Delaware Valley 57 70 Atlantic Christian 82 55 Johns Hopkins 56 63 Lehigh 73 89 Lebanon Valley 82 60 Moravian 45 66 Ursinus 62 71 Lranklin and Marshall 67 77 Widener 77 61 Delaware Valley 73 80 Dickinson 66 59 Haverford 46 51 Widener (MAC Playoffs) 45 74 Johns Hopkins (MAC Playoffs) 80 187 188 189 190 ! m t Jf- m First Row: (L-R), Ken Knowells, Chris Quade, Larry Krevitz, Eric Sun, Mark Maletsky. Second Row: (L-R), Andy Sacks, Vi Sawyna. Rob Beadling, Tim Scott, Russ Mazda. Third Row: (L-R), Coach Tony Santore. Captain Dave Binder, Steve Chamish, Bill Clarkson, Jay Smith. Fencing The Muhlenberg Fencing Team bettered last year’s rec- ord with three wins and five losses, while placing two fencers on the MAC All-Conference Team in the 1973- 1974 season . After a strongly fought 14-13 win over the Alumni that was televised nationally on Educational T.V., the Mules travelled down south during January for a two week tour that covered close to 1,000 miles. The team fenced against such national powers as Navy, N.C. State, UNC, and Duke, finishing with a 5 win 4 loss record. Standouts during the tour were: Captain David Binder with a 23-7 sabre record, including four 3-0 matches; Eric Sun, foil, 17-13; Vi Sawyna, epee, 20-10; and freshman Mark Mal- etsky, 22-8 with five 3-0 matches. The regular season saw the Mules start off with a 14-13 win over Haverford and then wait until their sixth match of the season for their next win, defeating Lafayette, 15- 13. Between their two wins the team had a tough middle season, losing to strong teams from William Paterson (8- 19), Johns Hopkins (9-18), and Stevens (9-18). After a disappointing loss to Drew (14-13), the Mules won two of their last three matches, defeating Lafayette, (15-12), and Montclair, (14-13). The season was highlighted by Captain Dave Binder ' s 19- 5 record in sabre, and Vi Sawyna’s 15-8 record in epee. These two fencers showed well at the MAC champion- ships, with Sawyna being named to first team All-confer- ence, and Binder being named to second team All- conference. Team awards for the 1974 season, voted by their team- mates, went to: Most Valuable Fencer — Captain Dave Binder, ’75, sabre, and Most Improved Fencer — Jay Smith, ’77 sabre. FENCING RESULTS JANUARY TOUR MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 14 U. Virginia 13 4 Navy 23 16 V.M.I. 11 6 U.N.C. 21 17 Tennessee 10 17 Clemson 10 9 N.C. State 18 14 St. Augustine ' s 13 9 Duke 18 REGULAR SEASON MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 14 Alumni 13 14 Haverford 13 8 Wm. Paterson 19 9 Johns Hopkins 18 9 Stevens 18 13 Drew 14 15 Lafayette 12 8 Temple 19 14 Montclair 13 192 I 1st Row: Herb Ridyard, Rich Lubetkin, Randy Bush, Jim Gaydos (captain), Craig Schilling, Rick Hansen. 2nd Row: Steve Burak, Jim Hewitt, Rich Slimmer, Taylor Wallace, Jeff Swanson, Tom Shapcott, Henry Boyd. 3rd Row: Wayne Roeder, Don Kichline (trainer), John Biddiscombe (coach). Missing from Picture: Peter Maluso. Wrestling Muhlenberg College wrestling made great strides in 1973-74. Coach John Biddiscombe’s grapplers finished the season with a 7-4 mark, the most successful mat season since 1959. After losing their opening bout to the always tough Swarthmore team, the Mules rebounded for three con- secutive victories over Haverford (36-8), Ursinus (33-15), and Albright (30-21). A 33-9 loss at the hands of the Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley was followed by a resounding win over Scranton University (43-3). Two Mule losses to Delaware Valley and Moravian in a triangular meet seemed to put a damper on the Cardinal and Grey but like most strong athletic teams they didn’t let it get them down. The Mules closed out the season with three wins over Widener, Rutgers, and Kings College. The 1973-74 season witnessed an unusual new record being set at Muhlenberg. Freshman grappler Pete Malus- so took only 15 seconds in his 142 pound bout to pin his Scranton opponent. Junior 134-pounder Jim Gaydos, defending Middle Atlan- tic Conference champion finished second in his bid to defend his title and went on to represent Muhlenberg in the NCAA College Division championships. 1973-74 WRESTLING RESULTS MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 11 Swarthmore 21 36 Haverford 8 33 Ursinus 15 30 Albright 21 9 Lebanon Valley 33 43 Scranton 3 9 Delaware Valley 14 27 Moravian 23 43 Widener 6 36 Rutgers 11 38 Kings College 9 194 195 196 197 Sitting: Jeanne Mitman, Janet Moyer, Ann-Marie Hansen, Patsy Sullivan, Pat Cashion, Kathy Diehl, Winona Valentine. Kneeling: Laurie Costello, Carla Drozdowicz, Jan Williams, Fay Whalen, Sharon Brennan, Carol Hutchinson. Standing: Kathie Sloan. Kim Monson, Sue Winship, Jackie Poul- son, Becky Potts, Cindie Hufnail, Liz Nickle, Coach Helene Hospodar, Ann Donley. Women’s Basketball Mrs. Helene Hospodar coached the 1973-74 women’s varsity basketball team to a winning 6-3 season, the team’s best record in recent years. The win-loss column does not indicate, however, the great deal of frustration caused by illness and injury to many team regulars. This year’s squad was led by senior tri-captains Cindie “Sledge” Hufnail, Carol “Hutch” Hutchinson, and Patsy Sullivan. Joining them were juniors Becky “Bucket” Potts, Liz “Lizard” Nickle, and freshmen Laurie Costello, Ann Peters, and Jackie Poulson. A good group of sopho- mores and freshmen who generated plenty of spirit and enthusiasm rounded out the team . After a long semester break, the season began with a loss to Miseracordia, always a tough opponent. The “Berg” handily collected four wins against Albright, Upsala, Wilkes, and Lafayette. Of all the games played, Wilkes was by far the roughest. The game resembled more of a football contest than a basketball game. Weakened by illness and “impartial” referees, the team lost its next game to Marywood. Although not much of a contest, the Drew game saw Patsy Sullivan, high scorer for the sea- son, net her five hundredth point, the third woman to do so in Muhlenberg history. A spirited Kutztown team came from behind and gave Berg its third and final loss. Certainly the highlight of the season was the final con- test with Lafayette. T railing for a while, this win can defi- nitely be attributed to an all-out team effort. The re- bounding of Hufnail and Potts, the ball-handling of Poul- son and Hutchinson and the shooting of Costello and Sullivan combined to give the team this victory plus their winning record. No team would be complete without their managers and the squad and Coach Hospodar would especially like to thank senior manager Ann Donley for her four years of service to the team . Muhlenberg SCOREBOARD Opponent 46 Miseracordia 59 59 Albright 34 48 Upsala 12 56 Wilkes 48 57 Lafayette 45 29 Marywood 60 48 Drew 32 40 Kutztown 52 51 Lafayette 40 3 199 200 201 Senior Ball 202 S3 V 203 of the Arts — March 18-April 11 204 FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS EXHIBITS: 18 MARCH • 11 APRIL SCULPTURE BY GEORGE RICKEY CERAMICS RUGS BY TOSHIKD TAKAEZU CERAMICS BY TOM SOUMALA NEN 205 206 207 m t 208 209 210 211 L-R Row 1: John Mill, Bruce Walker, Steve Wolfe, Bob Beck, Henry Coons. Row 2: Eric Butler, Ed Kalis, Dom Pasqualone, Bill Ray, Randy Boll, Den- nis Schoenberger, Mark Stevens. Row 3: John Walton, Bill Filipovitz, Jack Pritchard, Mike Reid, Tom Oleksa, Rick Bodnar, Coach Beidleman. Baseball Coach Sam Beidleman’s baseball team spent many pre- season hours working on fundamentals but it wasn’t un- til the fifth scheduled game that they were able to apply them. The Mules’ first four contests were either snowed out or rained out. To add insult to injury, even the off- days were wet and inhibited outdoor practice sessions. These conditions played havoc with the Mule pitching staff, which generally needs consistent work to remain sharp. When the season finally did get under way, the Mules found a winning streak very elusive and they fin- ished with a 6-10 record. They did, however, play .500 ball against Middle Atlantic Conference competition, posting a 6-6 mark. Mule bats were paced all season by first baseman Bill Fili- povits who hit an impressive .386 and also chipped in with 10 rbi’s. “Flip " hit at a torrid .464 clip against MAC foes, and played errorless ball all season. Senior co-cap- tain Ed Kalis swung at a .338 clip and a. 364 MAC play. Co-captain Jack Pritchard hit .250 but led the Mules in rbi’s with 11. The Mule pitching staff had a fine 2.5 earned run average for the 1974 season. Sophomore Mike Reid, who also hurled footballs in the fall, led the team with a 1.88 ERA. Reid finished with a 3-3 record. Tom Oleksa boasted the sole winning record on the mound with a 2-1 mark. His 2.8 ERA was second best on the team. The sixth Muhlen- berg victory was chalked up by Pritchard. H ighl ighting the season were a pair of doubleheader vic- tories over Franklin and Marshall and Johns Flopkins. The former was particularly sweet since just one year earlier it was F M who knocked the Mules out of conten- tion for the MAC crown. The final highlight to the season was when Filipovits, Kalis, Reid, and John Mill were given honorable mention by the MAC. 1974 BASEBALL RESULTS MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 1 Widener 8 2 Lebanon Valley 4 5 Lebanon Valley 1 1 Dickinson 2 1 Lehigh 13 0 Albright 4 0 Moravian 2 2 Moravian 3 14 Haverford 1 5 East Stroudsburg 6 2 Franklin Marshall 1 6 Franklin Marshall 4 8 Delaware Valley 9 8 Swarthmore 10 5 Johns Hopkins 4 4 Johns Hopkins 3 212 213 215 First Row: Ron Michaelis, Bill Alesbury, Jack Shields, Rich Braunshweiger, Stu Freiman. Second Row: Al Cohen, Mike Prelovsky, Doug Cornwell, Jeff Buchowski, Phil Smeraski, Jim Stampfle, Glenn Salo. Third Row: Coach Frank Marino, Mark Sabella, Bill Sutterlin, Dave Shafer, Chris Pelkey, Mike Harmelin, John Dunne. Lacrosse The 1974 lacrosse season was a historic one, witnessing the Mules completing their first winning season in histo- ry. Their six victories against three losses also marked the most wins in any season. Coach Frank Marino, who has directed the Mule stick- men since lacrosse became a varsity sport in 1966, has been waiting anxiously for a winning season. His charges were winless in their first three seasons and won their first contest in 1969 finishing that season with a 1-6 mark. However, coach Marino’s system began to take effect in 1970 when the Cardinal and Gray posted four wins and then repeated that number in 1971. After a brief slide in 1972, his team rebounded with four more wins in 1973. But 1974 will always be held in the hearts of Muhlenberg lacrosse fans as they played consistent winning ball and boasted many individual stars. Junior Doug Cornwell led all Mule scorers with 31 goals in the nine games for a 3.5 goal per game average. Other key contributors to the Mule cause included sophomore Glenn Salo, and fresh- men Ron Michaelis and Jack Shields. Senior goaltender Chris Pelkey set all net records including 142 saves giv- ing him a 15.7 save per game average. 1974 LACROSSE RESULTS MUHLENBERG 10 Swarthmore OPPONENT 9 9 Widener 6 6 Lebanon Valley 10 8 Dickinson 3 13 Stevens 6 5 Wilkes 19 12 Haverford 7 16 Lafayette 17 11 Kutztown 9 216 218 m lff m r 1 First Row: Ken Wonderland, Gene Christian, Craig Bernecker, Karl Bordeau, Rich Barrett, Walt Staehle, Dave Wall, Russ Brown. Second Row: Har- ald Torsteinsen, Sam Stovall, Bruce Bird, Mark Dewalt, Mike Maliefsky, Russ Herwig, Dan O ' Reilly, Tom Smyers. Third Row: Bill Stedman, Dave Miller, Arch Knisely, Scott Orens, Blake Maries, Fred Fetzer, Coach Flamish, Coach Berry. Track The 1974 track season is one that many would like to forget. It was the first losing season for the ' Berg in five years, yet various cindermen were among the best in recent track history. The reason for defeat can easily be attributed to injuries and the lack of depth. In many meets the team was giving away as many as twenty-five points to the opposition because no Mule thinclads were entered in certain events. It was a season of individual performances, highlight- ed at the Swarthmore-Drexel-Muhlenberg meet held at Franklin Field, where Rich Barrett’s mile and two mile records fell. The new record holders are sophomores Steve Nixinthemile (4:26.4), and Mark Dewalt in the two mile (9:46.4). It was a sorry sight to see co-captain dis- tance ace Rich Barrett injured on the sidelines. Fie was only able to compete in the last dual meet. Fie will be remembered, however, for making Muhlenberg distance running tough competition for the rest of the conference. Defeating Widener’s defending MAC champion in an early meet, Walt Staehle would have been among the top in the league had he not sustained the injury which forced him, too, to the sidelines. Adding strength in dis- tance events, Russ Herwig was the only senior to remain uninjured throughout the entire season. A strong area for the team were the weight events. Under the guidance of Coach Berry, Scott Orens led the team in points, participating in the discus and shot events. In the javelin, ' Bergshowed depth with thetrio of Blake Maries, Sam Stovall, and Mike Maliefsky. These three consistantly swept the event during the season. Among the jumpers, Arch Knisely jumped to many wins in the high jump. Freshman Bruce Bird seems to have a promising future in the long and triple jumps. Another freshman, Gene Christian, found that he was a good pole vaulter when he tried the event for the first time this year. In the sprints, Karl Bordeau and Craig Bernecker looked strong in the 100 and 220. But, like many other members of the team, Karl was injured and sidelined for the season. Dave Wall held down the quarter mile for the Mules. Senior Russ Brown was the utility man for the Mules, performing well in a wide variety of events . At the MAC championships Scott Orens placed second in the discus, Arch Knisely placed second in the high jump, and senior Blake Maries took fourth in the javelin. With the majority of the team returning next year, and the hope that the plague of injuries has been removed, Coach Flamish can look forward to returning to the win- ning ways of the past. 220 221 i S§S$1 iij l 222 ' •IN V Kneeling (L-R): Keith Ordemann, Ken Moyer, Jr., Joe Hacker. Standing: Tom Hadzor, Howard Pomerantz, Dave Kramp, Craig Aronchick, Coach Tom Davis. Golf Bolstered by the outstanding play of freshman Dave Kramp, and a strong balanced team effort, the 1974 Muhlenberg golf team compiled a 9-4 seasonal log — the best record ever posted by a Berg golf team. Complementing Kramp with consistently strong per- formances were senior Craig Aronchick, juniors Joe Hacker and Ken Moyer, and sophomore Keith Orde- mann. Senior Howie Pomerantz and sophomore Tom Hadzor, who often filled the remaining two positions, contributed significantly to the successful spring campaign. A second place finish at the annual MAC tournament, three strokes behind MAC champion Moravian, high- lighted the 1974 season. Individually, Kramp earned fourth place honors at the conference meeting held at Hidden Springs Country Club with superb rounds of 74 and 76. With five returning lettermen, Coach Tom Davis is confident and expects another fine representation in 1975. 1974 GOLF RESULTS MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 393 Dickinson 399 393 Delaware Valley 407 393 Johns Hopkins 411 414 Wilkes 430 409 Lycoming 457 409 Lebanon Valley 405 402 Delaware Valley 429 402 Albright 410 403 Lafayette 416 403 Moravian 399 223 (Wot in order) Gene Frank, Bill Wyatt, Stu Thau, Joe Dixon, Dave Laskey, Dave Kovda, Stan August, Terry Norcross, Dr. Kenneth Webb, Coach. Men’s Tennis Before the start of the 1974 tennis season coach Ken Webb knew victories would be hard to come by and that he must turn his energies toward rebuilding a squad badly hurt by graduation a year ago. After much experimenting and shifting the Mule netmen won their first contest on the fourth try when they topped Widener by a score of 6-3. The Mules began show- ing signs of maturity as they lost the next two games to Albright and Lafayette and won two of their last three matches by beating Ursinus and Dickinson while losing a cliff-hanger (5-4) to Wilkes. Despite the evident lack of experience the Mules showed much poise en route to a 3-6 (not too disappointing) season. 1974 MEN’S TENNIS RESULTS MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 0 Swarthmore 9 0 Lehigh 9 0 Haverford 6 6 Widener 3 2 Albright 5 0 Lafayette 9 6 Ursinus 3 8 Dickinson 1 4 Wilkes 5 224 225 First Row: Leanne Gelletly, Jill Rader, Carolyn Ikeda. Second Row: Izzy Hawman, Elaine Joecks, Janet Cassard, Nancy Brobst, Kathy Heine. Third Row: Libby Siver, Patti Phillips, Heather Stewart, Jill Robertson, Coach Seagreaves. Women’s With coach Jean Hecht on sabbatical, the 1974 women’s tennis team turned in a somewhat disappointing season, sporting only a 2-6 record. However, prospects for future seasons looked very hopeful. The team was led by two freshmen in Janet Cassard at first singles and Jill Robert- son at second singles. Senior Patti Phillips rounded out the core at third singles. Superlative performances were continuously turned in by Janet Cassard who led the team with an amazing 7-1 record. Jill Robertson also contributed strong performances. With two freshmen at first and second singles, the women’s tennis team should be looking forward to three strong years in the future. Tennis 1974 WOMEN’S TENNIS RESULTS MUHLENBERG OPPONENT 1 Albright 4 2% Fairleigh Dickinson 2 6 1 Lehigh 4 2 Lafayette 3 2 Cedar Crest 3 5 Moravian 0 2 Kutztown 3 3 Cedar Crest 2 226 227 Mt. Airy 228 Modern Dance Concert 230 ' 231 ODK Carnival 232 Fine Arts Center Site Dedication Ceremony 233 234 235 $ V A 6 b , y Sitting: Robin. Linda, Mark. Standing: Jeff. He- len-Marie, Barb, Cathy, Glenn. In Tree: Marc, Sue. Co-Editors: Linda Graefing, Mark Kreindel Photography Editor: Jeff Brand Business Manager: Marc Surkin LAYOUT: Barb Blatt, Bruce Cooke, Barb Coxe, Gary Damesek, Sue Kronenthal, Gienn Raiczyk. Patti Reinhart, Helen- Marie Shriver, Robin Siegel, Cathy Smith. BUSINESS: Dave Binder, Lynne Braunstein, Gary Damesek, Ed Delluva, Loran Duemmel, Stan Forman, Sue Gonsch- er, Elaine Huber, Jim Udell. PHOTOGRAPHY: Pete Brandow, Audrey Tiernan, Howard Weitz: ARTWORK: Betsy Caplan, Judy Solomon, Chris Young. 236 A yearbook means different things to different people. To some it is used as a reference guide — to look up someone’s address or to recall a face. To others it is an artistic attempt to ex- press thoughts creatively through pictures and words. To all of us, however, it represents in symbolic form the events of one year at Muhl- enberg College. Naturally some pictures will be more meaningful. to you than others. Hopefully the book is varied enough to affect each of us in some small individual way. Unfortunately, working with such a small staff means our out- look on the school and the year gone by may vary from yours. We have attempted, at any rate, to bring out a few aspects of college life that may not have been represented in this book in past years. But of course, some parts of life at Muhlenberg which you may feel are im- portant may have been overlooked. Even in a book of this length it is impossible to include everything. A yearbook cannot be hastily put together. It requires a great deal of time and dedication. This book is the culmination of planning and work which spanned an entire year from July to July. To the people who devoted so many hours to the book, we give our sincere thanks. Without the help of Tony Mazzocca from Davor Photo and Bill O’Brien from American Year- book, this book certainly would never have got- ten off the ground. We must also express our thanks to Chuck Genna in the College Relations Office for his willing assistance. But most of all, we appreciate the time put in by all the staff members, especially the ‘‘Terrible Trio”. Putting together a yearbook is certainly a labor of love, and for this reason, we, as the editors, ask you to spend some time with the book. As you do, we sincerely hope that the pictures and words included herein spark many memories for you of your aspirations and dreams, suc- cesses and failures, and good times and even not-so-good times at Muhlenberg during 1973- 1974. Linda and Mark BRUCES. ALBRIGHT 40 Pine Tree Place, Tequesta, Florida 33458 A.B. Russian Studies History Men ' s Dormitory Council, Student Council Treasurer, Convocations Committee, Stu- dent Loan, Elections Committee, Tau Kap- pa Epsilon (Historian), Chairman of Senior Class Gift Fund Raising Drive, ODK, Phi Alpha Theta (Secretary-Treasurer), Young Republicans (Vice Chairman, Chairman), Russian Club, John Marshall Pre-Law So- ciety, Executive Council Class of 1974. A. WILLIAM ALESBURY 35 Fountain Street, Clinton, New York 13323 JOSEPH P. ALLWEIN 3 Walnut Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 A.B. Economics Accounting Varsity Football (Captain 1973): All East- Division III, All MAC, All Lutheran; Varsity Track; Varsity Golf; Phi Kappa Tau. ANDREW ARDITTI 11 Redhill Road, Warren, New Jersey 07060 A. B. Economics Phi Kappa Tau (Corresponding Secretary), Ski Club (President), Cardinal Key, Intramurals. PAUL N. ARFANIS 3 Melanie Lane, Sy osset, New York 11791 CRAIG A. ARONCHICK 27 Tiffany Drive, Livingston, New Jersey 07039 KATHLEEN ANN ASH 728 North Third Street, Pottsvilie, Pennsylvania 17901 B. S. Biology Majorettes, Education Society, Delta Phi Nu, Campus Girl Scouts (President, Secre- tary-T reasurer). STANLEY T. AUGUST 7 Carter Road, West Orange, New Jersey 07052 SUSAN CRESSMAN AVERA 2919 Eagle Road, Roslyn, Pennsylvania 19001 A.B. Economics Social Science Pom Pon Giris Spring Sing, Intramurals. JOYCE A. BAILEY 7 Parsons Walk, Darien, Connecticut 06820 A.B. Social Science Chapel Choir. ANDREW HUBBARD BAKER Box 107, Harford, Pennsylvania 18823 A.B. History Political Science Alpha Phi Omega (President, Vice-Presi- dent), WMUH (Business Manager), Muhlen- berg Christian Association (Social Action Senior Directory Chairman), Lehigh County Prison Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Honors in History. JUDY E. BALDWIN 105 West Forestview Road, Parkside, Chester, Penna. B.S. Mathematics Joint Council, Intramurals, Volunteer Services. JOSEPH C. BANOTAI 2000 Chew Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 A.B. Economics. JOSEPH BARDINELLI 500 West 235 Street, New York, New York 10403 A.B. Economics Zeta Beta Tau, Weekly. RICHARD N. BARG 77 E. Andrews Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30305 A.B. Political Science Zeta Beta Tau (President), Phi Alpha Theta. KENNETH DAVID BARLOW 5561 Bayview Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33308 A.B. Social Science Varsity Football, Varsity Fencing, Intra- murals, Lambda Chi Alpha. TERRIE LEE BARNA 1008 Pine Street, Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464 A.B. Political Science Institution of Sound, College Choir, Muhl- enberg Musical Association, Opera Work- shop, Mask Dagger (Secretary), John Marshal Pre-Law Society, Student Court (Secretary), Russian Club. CAROL LORRAINE BARNES 123 East 9th Street, Plainfield, New Jersey 07060 A.B. Spanish History Phi Sigma lota (President), Phi Alpha The- ta, Delta Phi Nu, Chapel Choir, Color Guard, Ecology Action Group. RICHARD JOHN BARRETT 71 Park Avenue, Verona, New Jersey 07044 A.B. English Cross Country (Captain), Track (Captain), Dramatics, Cardinal Key, Education Socie- ty, Outstanding College Athletes of Ameri- ca, 1973. PATRICIA ANN BARWICK 138 Cadmus Avenue, Elmwood Park, New Jersey A. B. English Varsity Cheerleader (Captain), Big Sister Program, Girls Football, Intramurals. GABRIEL A. BATTISTI III 35 South Johnston Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey 08609 B. S. Biology 238 Sigma Phi Epsilon (Senior Marshal), Pre- Medical Society, Freshman Advisor. SUSAN BAUERSCHMIDT 102 Gregory Avenue, Merrick, New York 11566 A. B. Economics Accounting. CLARISSA CALLMANN BENCAN 224 Norjh Twelfth Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102 B. S. Natural Science Coffee House Committee. THOMAS ROBERT BENNINGTON 24 Morris Road, West Orange, New Jersey 07052 A.B. Economics Basketball, Phi Kappa Tau (Rush Chair- man), Intramurals. CHRISTOPHER L. BERGLUND 492 Roxborough Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128 A. B. Philosophy Resident Advisor, Chess Club, Academic Policy Committee, Omicron Delta Kappa (President). ROBERT BENNETT BERKOWITZ 413 Parkview Avenue, Ocean, New Jersey 07712 B. S. Natural Science. ANGELA BERTRAM R.D. 1, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 A.B. Social Science. JAN BLAHO 440 E. Eighty-Fifth Street, New York, New York A.B. Political Science. WILLIAM T. BLOOM 358 Holly Dr., Wyckoff, New Jersey 07481 A.B. Economics Accounting Alpha Tau Omega. MARTHA JANE BODOR 2701 E. Orvilla Road, Hatfield, Pennsylvania 19440 A.B. Psychology Social Science Big Sister (Co-chairman), Pom Pon Girls, Cardinal Key. LARRY BORS-KOEFOED 9 Fairview Avenue, Paramus, New Jersey 07652 ELWOOD L. BOWMAN II 561 Rolling Hill Road, Somerville, New Jersey 08876 A.B. Economics Phi Kappa Tau. MICHAEL B. BOYLE JR. 212 N. Jerome Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. Psychology. JEFFREY CHARLES BRAND 42 Hickory Place, Livingston, New Jersey 07039 B.S. Natural Science Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Court (President), Who ' s Who, Weekly photogra- pher, Phi Kappa Tau, Ciarla Photography Editor, Alpha Phi Omega (Vice President), Freshman Orientation Advisor. ROBERT PAUL BROOKS Box 57, Cockeysville, Maryland 21030 B.S. Biology Spelunking Club (President). PAUL RUSSELL BROWN Apt. 310, 376 Prospect Street, East Orange, New Jersey 07017 A.B. Political Science Social Science Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Joint Coun- cil (Secretary-Treasurer), Dorm Rep. (Presi- dent), Ecology Action, Lambda Chi Alpha. WAYNE C. BUGGELN 440 North Arlington Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey 07017 A.B. Social Science Intramurals. WILLIAM BURIAN 917 Chew Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102 A.B. History Varsity Tennis, Phi Alpha Theta. WARREN RANDALL BUSH 250 Barnet Avenue, Totowa Borough, New Jersey 07512 A.B. History Varsity Wrestling, Dormitory Court — Pres- ident, Phi Kappa Tau (Steward). WILLIAM V. BUTLER, JR. 91 Paulding Drive, Chappaqua, New York 10514 A.B. History Phi Alpha Theta, Ski Club, WMUH, Track, Golf, Alpha Tau Omega (Vice-President, pledge trainer). SUSAN CAMPBELL 831 Surrey Lane, Media, Pennsylvania 19063 A.B. Social Science Ski Club, Intramurals. JAMES CANNATA JR. 49 Red Road, Chatham, New Jersey 07928 A.B. History. BETSY P. CAPLAN 1049 Fitzwatertown Road, Roslyn, Pennsylvania 19001 A. B. Humanities Union Board (President; Chairman Art Films Committee; Coffeehouse Com- mittee; Publicity Committee), Special As- sistant to Union Director, Freshman Advi- sor, Ski Club, Hillel, Who ' s Who, Weekly. MARK ALAN CARBERRY 51 Sholes Avenue, Norwich, Connecticut 06360 B. S. Physics WMUH, Society of Physics Students, Sigma Pi Sigma (President), Institution of Sound, Who ' s Who, Sigma Phi Epsilon. CAROLYN CHASE Utinicum Road, Erwinna, Pennsylvania 18920 KAREN LEE CHRISTMAN R.D. 2, Selingsgrove, Pennsylvania 17870 A.B. Psycholog y Freshman Executive Council, Dining Committee, Joint Council, President of East Hall, Modern Dance Club. KAREN L. CIECURA 1 185 Tanglewood Road, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076 MARIA CIOLINO 123 Harrison Avenue, Garfield, New Jersey 07026 A.B. English Education Education Society, Ski Club, Intramurals. KAREN CLOAK 365 Kirks Lane, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026 A.B. English Chapel Choir, Women ' s Fencing Club, Freshman Advisor, Women’s Awareness Group, Union Board, Women ' s Task Force. BRUCE J. COOKE 129 Chesnut Street, Garfield, New Jersey 07026 A.B. Social Science Chess Club, Dorm Court, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Ciarla, Young Republi- cans, Intramurals. THOMAS JAMES COOPER 47 Sanford Drive, R.D. 2, Randolph, New Jersey 07801 A.B. Social Science Big Brother Program, Varsity Football, In- tramurals, Coach — girl ' s football team, Lambda Chi Alpha (Rush Chairman, Social Chairman). RICHARD L. CORBETT 1544 Minford Place, Bronx, New York 10460 RICHARD THOMAS CORBETT 45 Begg Drive, Chappaqua, New York 10514 A.B. Social Science Football, Track, Big Name Concert Manager. CALVIN D. CORVAIA 750 Elmwood Avenue, Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania 19079 A.B. History Phi Alpha Theta, Lambda Chi Alpha. DIANE COTTER 274 Windermere Street, Fairfield, Connecticut 06430 A. B. Psychology Head Start tutor, Ciarla, Lehigh Valley De- tention Home Education program, Psi Chi. RICHARD S. CREAGER 829 Larkspur Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116 B. S. Biology Varsity Tennis, WMUH, “Second Genera- tion " Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon. MICHAEL D. CRESSMAN 396 California Road, Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951 B.S. Natural Science Psi Chi, Football, Resident Advisor, Lamb- da Chi Alpha (secretary). PATRICIA A. CROW 10 Stoneleigh Park, Westfield, New Jersey 07090 B.S. Biology Chapel Choir, Cardinal Key, Altar Guild, MCA, Intramurals. WENDY ANN CUSICK 12 Willard Avenue, Totowa Borough, New Jersey 07512 B.S. Biology Honors Biology, Big Sister Program, Fresh- man Advisor, Girl’s Football, Intramurals. ROBERT G. CUZZOLINO 22 Tamaques Way, Westfield. New Jersey, 07090 A.B. English Psychology Resident Advisor, Men’s Dorm Govern- ment, WMUH, Psi Chi, Student Council, Campus Security Committee, Intramurals. Alpha Tau Omega (Social Chairman) RONALD A. DAUBENSPECK 1931 South Delaware Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. Economics Accounting. JOHN W. DEAN IV 7900 Oxford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111 DEBORAH LEE deCASTRO 81 South College Avenue, Flourtown, Pennsylvania 19031 A.B. English Mask and Dagger (President and Director), Alpha Psi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta, Lamda Epsilon Delta, Muhlenberg Musical Asso- ciation, MCA Drama, Cardinal Key. EDWARD M. DELLUVA 1225 West Union Boulevard, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018 A.B. Economics — Accounting Freshman Orientation Committee, Ciarla. WILLIAM DeSTEFANO 33 Kino Boulevard, Trenton, New Jersey 08619 A.B. Psychology WMUH, Tutoring, Dorm Government, Lacrosse. JANET SCHAEFER DIETRICH Apt. G2-2 Hatfield Apts, Hatfield, New Jersey A.B. German Elementary Education Deutsche Verein, Delta Phi Alpha. Cardinal Key, Education Club, Union Board, Ski Club, College Choir, Intramurals. G. MICHAEL DIKUN 203 North Sterley Street, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 A.B. Economics Varsity Football, Lambda Chi Alpha. ANN M. KAHLER DONLEY 30 North Elm Street, Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064 A.B. Psychology Women ' s Basketball (player and manager), Women’s Football, Campus Girl Scouts (President). 239 LEANNA PADUS GRIM DUDDING 1411 Exeter Road, Allentown. Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. French STEPHANIE DUNCAN-PETERS 8209 Scotch Bend Way, Potomac, Maryland 20854 A.B. Political Science Student Council Representative, College Council, Student Council Academics Committee. ' 74 Class Council, Co-Chair- man Course — Faculty Evaluations Committee, Who ' s Who, Pom-Pon Girls, Plot Line. THOMAS H. EASEN 150 Carteret Street, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 07028 A.B. Psychology Football, Psi Chi. Alpha Tau Omega. GAY LOUISE ECKENSBERGER R.D. 3, Bath, Pennsylvania 18014 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Sigma lota. DEBORAH F. EICHORN 42 Debbie Lane. Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. English German Debate Team, Institution of Sound, Fresh- man Advisor, Big Sister Program, German Club (President), Delta Phi Alpha. Lambda Epsilon Delta, Muhlenberg Musical Asso- ciation, Institute of Faith, MCA Worship Committee, MCA Ad Floe Committee (Co- Chairman). Chapel Deacon and Lector. GARY M. EISENBERG 1224 McKinley Street, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19111 A. B. Psychology Psi Chi, " Second Generation Club, " L.V. Mental Health, C.C.C.S.L.C. Vice-Presi- dent), Sigma Phi Epsilon. HENRY H. EISENBERG 282 Cleremont Terrace, Union, New Jersey 07083 B. S. Biology " Second Generation " Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon. HEATHER L. ELY 42 Wood Ridge Road. Thornton, Pennsylvania 19737 A.B. History F.lementary Education Chapel Choir, Cardinal Key, Phi Alpha The- ta, Freshman Advisor. CHRISTOPHER FRED EVANS 854Church Road, Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064 A. B. Economics Ski Club. WMUH. JOHN L. EWALD 202 Robinson Avenue, Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 18072 B. S. Biology Institution of Sound, Muhlenberg Musical Association, Student Court Justice, Fresh- man Advisor, Phi Beta Kappa. DOUGLAS FARALDI 896 Maple Avenue, Ridgefield, New Jersey 07657 JANE E. FEEMAN 1 500 Garfield Avenue, Wyo missing, Pennsylvania 19610 RANDY S. FINELLI 417 North 7th Street, Bangor, Pennsylvania 18013 A. B. Economics Accounting WMUH. Big Name Committee. Institution of Sound, Intramurals. GARY M. FLASHNER 1309 Paper Mill Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118 B. S. Natural Science Class of ' 74 Executive Council, Transfer Student Orientation Program (Chairman), Student Council Otto Plan Representative, Off-Campus Housing Coordinator, Muhlen- berg Pre-Medical Society. SALLY ANN FORD 822 Edge Park Drive, Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033 A. B. Psychology Student Council Representative, Sopho- more Class Secretary, Dining Committee, Intramurals, Psi Chi, Dorm Council Repre- sentative, Modern Dance Club. CHRISTINE FORRER 102 Pleasant Avenue, Bergenfield, New Jersey 07621 B. S, Biology Freshman Advisor, Big Sister Program (Co- Chairman). EUGENE FOX 221 Barclay Circle, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania 19012 A.B. Psychology Intramurals. HAROLD FREILICH 7929 Anita Drive, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111 A.B. Political Science Psychology. JEANNE FREITAG 646 Ellington Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450 A.B. Spanish Phi Sigma lota, Spanish Club (President), Volunteer Services — Casa Guadalupe. FAITH FRIEBERG 711 Blueschool Road, Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944 A. B. Music College Choir (Manager), Muhlenberg Musical Association, Lambda Epsilon Del- ta, Madrigal Singers. ROGER N. GATES 143 Elizabeth Street, Medina, New York 14103 B. S. Natural Science. KAREN LOUISE GAUL 630 Walnut Street, Kutztown, Pennsylvania 19530 A.B. Sociology Elementary Education Ski Club, Education Society, Intramurals. DIANE GAUNTT 35 Rock Ridge Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 06430 A.B. Economics Accounting. ALAN KENNETH GEISLER 1020 Norvelt Drive, Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19115 B.S. Natural Science WMUH, Ecology Action Group, C.C.C.S.L.C. (Secretary-Treasurer), " Second Genera- tion " Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon. RICHARD GEISSLER JR. 208 Evergreen Avenue, Westmont, New Jersey 08108 MARC DAVID GELLMAN 6304 Oakland Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19149 B.S. Natural Science Resident Advisor, Phi Kappa Tau. CAROL L. GERHART 21 Whitpain Drive, Ambler, Pennsylvania 19002 A. B. Economics Accounting Institution of Sound, Community Action Tutor. DAVID SAUL GINSBURG 2403 North 50th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131 B. S. Natural Science Pre-Medical Society, Intramurals. ROBERT GOBER 3605 Barberry Court, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 B.S. Natural Science Cardinal Key, Zeta Beta Tau (Social Chairman). JOSEPH GOLANT 153 Hanover Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325 JEFFREY ALAN GOLDFINGER 120 Lawrence Drive, Short Hills, New Jersey 07078 A.B. Economics Intramurals, Phi Kappa Tau. ANITA BERNADINE GONSALVES 1600 Lehigh Parkway East, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. History Spanish Phi Alpha Theta (President), Phi Sigma lota, Phi Beta Kappa, Spanish Club (Tutor- ing Program at Casa Guadalupe). LINDA E. GRAEFING 33 Homestead Avenue, Garden City, New York 11530 A.B. Social Science Ciarla (Co-Editor), Weekly, Color Guard, Intramurals, Pi Delta Epsilon. SUSAN GRANNAS 3991 Hudson Avenue, Seaford, New York 11783 A.B. Music Elementary Education College Choir, MCA — Social Comm. Chairman. SANDRA WERNER GRATIAS Apt. 1004b Jordan Park Apts., Whitehall, Pennsylvania A.B. Psychology Elementary Education APO, MCA, Chapel Choir, Psi Chi. AAL Scholarship Award, Altar Guild. 240 BONNIE AUDREY GUSTAFSSON 1 Mayfair Avenue, Floral Park, New York 11001 A.B. Music MCA, College Choir, Chapel Choir, MCA Drama, AAL Scholarship Award. DONNA MARIE HAAS 3530 Rockey Lane, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education Pom Pon Girls, Freshman Advisor, Modern Dance Club, Muhlenberg Musical Associa- tion, Ski Club, Psi Chi Award. ANNE HAENNI 21 Fordham Road, Livingston, New Jersey 07039 A. B. French Humanities Muhlenberg Musical Association, College Choir, Institution of Sound, Big Sister Pro- gram, WMUH, French Club, Cardinal Key. TIMOTHY JOHN HALLMAN 7 Sailors Lane, Milford, Connecticut 06460 B. S. Physics College Choir, Sigma Pi Sigma. H. BRUCE HALPIN 406 9th Avenue, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 08035 A. B. Art JOHN D. HARWICK 102 North 13th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102 B. S. Natural Science Marching Band, Concert Band JOAN E. HATCH 146 Woodland Avenue, Summit New Jersey 07901 A.B. Social Science H.A.R.T. tutoring, Intramurals. LORRAINE ANN HAVA 12043 Southwick Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 A. B. Psychology RUSSELL HERWIG 320 Byberry Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania 19006 B. S. Biology Track, Cross Country (Co-Captain), Intra- murals, Honors Biology, Outstanding Biol- ogy Student Award, ECAC Award. MARGO J. HEYDT 388 Erie Street, Medina, New York 14103 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education Education Society, MCA. TIMOTHY HILBERT 27 Callowhill Street, Topton, Pennsylvania 19562 A. B. Economics Soccer (Captain), Investment Chairman — Class of ' 74 Gift Fund, Phi Kappa Tau (Treasurer). ANNE ELIZABETH HILDER 1904 Frizzell Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455 B. S. Mathematics Joint Council Representative, Chess Club (Secretary-Treasurer), Women’s Basketball. D. COURTNEY HOFFMAN 135 South 17th Street. Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 A. B. Economics Psychology Psi Chi (Vice-President), Institution of Sound. URSULA M. HOFFMANN R.D. 1, Box 445, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 18036 B. S. Biology Commuter’s Club (Secretary), College Choir, International Students’ Association, Pre-Medical Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Dr. John A. W. Haas Award, Delta Phi Alpha, Honors Biology. SUSAN M. HOGG 403 North Bridge Street, Christiana, Pennsylvania 17509 B.S. Natural Science Intramurals, Color Guard, Phi Beta Kappa, Pre-Medical Society. JOEL ELLIS HOLSTEIN 538 Seneca Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 A.B. History. SUSAN HOMMES RFD Hillsdale, New York 12529 A.B. History Secondary Education Phi Alpha Theta, Education Society, Wom- en’s Council, Intramurals, H.A.R.T. Tutoring. CANDICE LEA HORN 421 Heatherwood Road, Havertown, Pennsylvania 19083 A.B. Psychology French Psi Chi, Phi Sigma lota. ALAN M. HOROWITZ 460 Wyoming Avenue, Milburn, New Jersey 07041 A.B. Sociology Social Science Young Republicans, Hillel, Allentown Hos- pital Volunteer, Inner City Tutoring, Martin Luther Dorm Council (President and Vice- President), Men’s Residence Hall Council, Joint Council Representative, Free Univer- sity Mini-course Teacher, Bridge Club (President), College Bridge Champion (1972, 1973). BARBARA J. HORSFALL 15 Canal Street, Westport, Connecticut 06880 A.B. Economics Accounting Band, Cardinal Key, Muhlenberg Musical Association, Intramurals, Woodwind Quintet. BENJAMIN McBURNEY HOWARD 22 Millbrook Road, Wayland, Massachusetts 01778 A.B. English Weekly (Features Editor, Managing Editor, Editor-in-Chief), Pi Delta Epsilon (Treasur- er), College Council, Intramurals, Fairmont Club. JANICE M. HUBER 580 Doremus Avenue, Glen Rock, New Jersey 07452 A.B. Russian Studies Class of ' 74 Executive Council (Secretary and Vice-President), Joint Council, Benfer Hall President and Vice-President, Russian Club. LAURA D. HUFF 592 Eastbrook, Ridgewood, New Jersey 07450 CYNTHIA HUFNAIL 22 Oak Ridge Avenue, Summit, New Jersey 07901 A.B. Art Union Board (Co-Chairman Special Event s Committee), Majorettes (Captain), Girl’s Intramural Director, Girl’s Basketball (Tri- Captain). DAVID L. HUNDERMARK 732 Rowland Avenue, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania 19012 DEBORAH ELLEN HUNTER 42 Brewster Place, Bergenf ield, New Jersey 07621 A.B. Political Science Resident Advisor, Freshman Advisor, Class of ' 74 Vice-President, Cardinal Key, Intramurals. CAROL E. HUTCHINSON 3863 North Tazewell Street, Arlington, Virginia 22207 B?S. Natural Science Psychology Chapel Choir (Manager, Assistant Manag- er), Girl’s Basketball (Tri-Captain), Girl ' s Football, Intramurals, Psi Chi, Pre-Medical Society, Phi Beta Kappa. GERALDINE ANN IFKOVITS 351 East 9th Street, Northampton, Pennsylvania 18067 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education Education Society, Psi Chi, H.A.R.T. Tutoring. SUZANNE LOUISE IRVINE 708 Macada Road, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017 A. B. Social Science Coffee House Committee, Ecology Action Club, Student Council Representative (Sec- retary), Community Action Center Tutor- ing, Campus Hot Line (Chairman), Lehigh County Prison Tutoring (Organizer), 1973 Festival of the Arts (Co-Chairman), Spokes- men Bicycling Club (President, Secretary- Treasurer), Intramurals, Lambda Epsilon Delta, Who’s Who, Social Welfare Educa- tion Program Advisory Committee. NICHOLAS R. IULA 1709 Melrose Avenue, Havertown, Pennsylvania 19083 ELLIS JACOBS 20 Rain Lily Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania 19056 B. S. Chemistry Natural Science Alpha Phi Omega (Corresponding Secre- tary, Sectional Representative, President), Intramurals, Tau Kappa Epsiion (Treasurer). ROBERT M. JOHNSON 52 Gordon Road, Wharton, New Jersey 07885 241 KENNETH P. JONES 435 Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430 M. KATHLEEN JONES 413 Huntington Drive, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087 A. B. Psychology Elementary Education Psi Chi (President), Education Society, Chapel Choir. JAMES JUNKER 5200 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143 B. S. Biology MCA (President, Treasurer, Drama), Insti- tute of Faith, College Choir (Assistant Manager), MMA, MET, Opera Workshop, Cardinal Key, ODK (Carnival Chairman), Phi Beta Kappa, Weekly, HART Tutor, Freshman Advisor, Deutsche Verein, Who’s Who, Honors Biology. EDWARD JOHN KALIS 81 Airmount Avenue, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446 A.B. Accounting Economics Phi Kappa Tau, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball (Captain), First Team All Middle Atlantic Conference, Baseball All Star Team. FRANK KAROLY JR. 925 Tilghman Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 BARBARA ANN KEAN 20 Harwich Road, Morristown, New Jersey 07960 A.B. English Arcade, Freshman Advisor, Sigma Tau Del- ta, Resident Advisor, Phi Sigma lota, Pi Delta Epsilon, APC Ad Hoc Committee on Governance, Ecology Action, ' 74 Executive Council, Peace Action, Mask and Dagger. BRIAN KECK M.R. 2 Frye Road, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania 18073 A.B. English Resident Advisor (Head), Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Who’s Who, MMA, S.E. Synod Occupa- tions Committee, Mask Dagger, MCA Drama, S.E. Synod College Covenant Committee. CHARLES I. KEELAN JR. 163 Oaks Road, Millington, New Jersey 07946 A.B. English College Choir, MCA Drama, Intramurals, Tau Kappa Epsilon (Chrysophylos), Arcade (Co-Editor), Who’s Who, Danforth Nomi- nee, MMA, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Tau Del- ta (President), Phi Beta Kappa. SHEILA J. KELLY 7923 Barns Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 1 1 A.B. English Coffee House (Co-Chairman), Weekly, Modern Dance. BEVERLY ANN KINDT 72 Lehigh Parkway, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters (Secretary Treasurer), HART Tutor, Education Socie- ty, Majorette (Solo Twirler), Student Coun- cil (Recording Secretary). GLEN KNOBLAUCH 3539 Stoudts Fy, Reading, Pennsylvania 19605 SUSAN JANE KNUTSEN 395 Bergen Boulevard, Oradell, New Jersey 07649 A. B. English Union Board (Coffee House, Art Films, Publicity). RICHARD E. KOHL 1301 Club Avenue, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 ROXANNE LOUISE KRAFT 105 Colony Place, Bel Air, Maryland 21014 B. S. Natural Science Chapel Choir, Intramurals. JAN CHRISTINE KRAMLICH 776 Benton Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 MARK STEPHEN KREINDEL 2930 Washington Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 B.S. Natural Science Freshman Advisor, Ciaria (Co-Editor, Sports Editor), Phi Kappa Tau (Alumni Secretary). RICHARD E. KREIGER 13 Wadsworth Terrace, Cranford, New Jersey 07016 B.S. Natural Science Cardinal Key (President), WMUH (Music Director), Who’s Who, ODK, Pi Delta Epsi- lon, Weekly, Big Name Committee, Fresh- man Advisor, College Band, Hillel. GREGORY L. LAMBERT 156-76th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11209 A. B. Political Science American Studies Weekly (Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor, Editorial Assistant, Contributing Editor), Cardinal Key, MCA, Pi Delta Epsilon (Vice- President), ODK, Who ' s Who, Ecology Ac- tion, HART Tutor, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Pi Delta Epsilon Award. SUZANNE ELIZABETH LANDIS 1315 Clayton Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603 B. S. Natural Science Phi Beta Kappa, Who’s Who, Varsity Field Hockey (Captain), Lehigh Valley All-Star Team (Hockey), Varsity Tennis (Captain), Hotline, Pre-Medical Society, Freshman Advisor. RAYMOND LASINSKI 88 Centennial Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 17016 A.B. Social Science Varsity Football, Intramurals, Alpha Tau Omega (Sergeant-at-Arms, Little Sister Co- Chairman, Community Service Officer). DAVID ALLEN LASKIN 1335 Lily Way, Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966 B.S. Natural Science Varsity Tennis, Weekly, (Circulation Edi- tor), Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau (Vice-President), Pre-Medical Society. DAVID HOWARD LAUBACH 4424 Main Street, Whitehall, Pennsylvania 18052 A. B. Psychology Weekly, MCA, Psi Chi. JAMES R. LAUBACH, JR. 810 5th Street, Palmerton, Pennsylvania 18071 - A.B. English Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon (Secre- tary), Arcade (Co-Editor), Intramurals. KURT OTTMAR LAUFF 122 Walnut Street, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046 H. STEVEN LAWRENCE 310 Belle Arbor Drive, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034 B. S. Biology Alpha Tau Omega, Honors Biology. HARVEY BRUCE LESTER 109 Webster Street, Irvington, New Jersey 07111 A.B. English American Studies Sigma Tau Delta, Antistrophe III (Editor), Antistrophe II, Alpha Tau Omega (Intra- mural Director), Freshman Advisor, Intramurals. JON W. LIGHT 131 W. High Street, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013. GAIL ANN LINDSAY 2002 Wentworth Drive, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 1701 1 A. B. Psychology Sociology HART Tutor, Union Board (Special Events Committee). RICHARD A. LORENZ 227 East 7th Street, Northampton, Pennsylvania 18067 B. S. Natural Science Art Weekly (Features Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Contributing Editor), Festival of the Arts (Chairman), Art League, Who’s Who, ODK, National Student Register, Pi Delta Epsilon. LINDA V. LUDWICK 273 Concord Drive, Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464 A.B. English Elementary Education Intramurals, Education Society, Pom-Pon Girls, Student Representative to Education Society, Sigma Tau Delta. BRENDA S. LUTZ 529 S. Grant Street, Palmyra, Pennsylvania 17078. BRENDA YATES MAJOR R.D. 2, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania 19522 A.B. Psychology Psi Chi, Women ' s Council, Joint Council, Commuter’s Club (Vice-President). PETER JAMES MALLETTE 133 Orchard Hill Drive, Fairfield, 242 Connecticut 06430 B.S. Chemistry ’74 Executive Council (Treasurer), Tau Kappa Epsilon (President), Senior Class Council. ALBERT N. MARCHIO, II 87 Jackson Avenue, North Plainfield, New Jersey 07060 A.B. Economics Alpha Tau Omega (President, House Man- ager, Social Chairman), Intramurals, Con- ceptual Living Experiment. BLAKE C. MARLES 800 Perkasie Avenue, Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944 A.B. Social Science Student Council (President, Treasurer, Representative), Board of Trustees (Stu- dent Representative), Academic Policy Committee, Varsity Track, Mask Dagger, Weekly, MMA, Coordinating Committee- National Student Lobby, Pennsylvania Association of College University Stu- dent Governments (Executive Committee), Board of Associates (Student Representa- tive), College Convocations Committe, Freshman Advisor, Cardinal Key, ODK, Who ' s Who, Outstanding Young Men in America (1973), John Marshal Pre-Law Society, Intramurals, Institution of Sound. LINDA MASIN 1421 S. 5th Avenue, Arcadia, California 91006 A.B. Humanities Elementary Education College Choir (Librarian), Alpha Phi Ome- ga, MCA (Social Committee). JEFFREY A. MATT 33 Island Trail, Sparta, New Jersey 07871 . RICHARD K. MATTHEWS 1229 S. Jefferson Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. Political Science John Marshall Pre-Law Society (President), McGovern Campaign for Muhlenberg (Chairman), Honors In Political Science. CHARLES D. MAY 7 Andrew Lane, Cohoes, New York 12047 A.B. History Tau Kappa Epsilon (Treasurer), Varsity Football (Manager), Varsity Wrestling (Manager). SARAH ELLEN McCASKILL 117 Old West Mountain Road, Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877 A.B. French Phi Sigma lota, Spanish Club, Gymnastic Club. MARTA ANN McCULLY 15 Sherwood Circle, Chatham, New Jersey 07928 A.B. Political Science Student Council (Corresponding Secre- tary), Freshman Orientation Committee (Chairman), President Pro-Tempore (Class of ' ll), Muhlenberg-Cedar Crest Joint Stu- dent Government Committee, Course — Faculty Evaluations Committee (Co-Chair- man), Campus Security Committee, Dining Committee Liason, Committee on Human Sexuality (Co-Chairman), Academics Committee, Constitutional Study Commit- tee, Class of ' 74 Executive Council, Junior Prom (Chairman), Senior Ball (Co-Chair- man), Who ' s Who. WILLIAM EDWARD MCDONALD 100 W. Abbott Street, Lansford, Pennsylvania 18232 A.B. Political Science Phi Alpha Theta, Student Court (Attorney). WILLIAM H. MEANS III 361 S. 3rd Avenue, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 A.B. Social Science Phi Kappa Tau. VIRGINIA RUTH MEARES 34 Jesse Lee Drive, Easton, Connecticut 06612 A.B. Social Science Volunteer Services Organization (Neigh- borhood Action Center), Varsity Basket- ball, Intramurals. CAROL ANN MEEHAN 2229 Allen Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 A.B. Political Science Social Science Student Court (Chief Attorney), Forensic Society (President), Lambda Epsilon Delta (President), MMA (Producer), John Mar- shall Pre-Law Society, Student Affairs Committee, Cardinal Key, Freshman Advi- sor, National Student Register, Intramur- als, Class of ' 74 Executive Council, Faculty Review Board, Course — Faculty Evalua- tions Committee, Who ' s Who, 1972 James A. Finnegan Fellowship Foundation Award Finalist, Spring Sing. LAWRENCE A. MESERVE 403 Lawrence Avenue, Oakhurst, New Jersey 07755 B. S. Natural Science A. B. German Phi Kappa Tau, Ski Club, German Club, Circle K. ELLEN MIUONIS 58 Marcy Street, Somerset, New Jersey 08873 A.B. English. JANICE E. MILLER 403 Carver Drive, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017 A.B. Art Humanities MCA (Art Committee Chairman), College Choir. RONALD CURTIS MILLER 129 S. 7th Street, Lehighton, Pennsylvania 18235 A. B. Economics Varsity Basketball (Captain), Phi Kappa Tau, Intramurals. JEFFREY GIBSON MINER 25 Fisher Avenue, Pearl River, New York B. S. Biology Phi Kappa Tau, Intramurals. MARIA MITRO Echo Valley Road, Newtown, Connecticut 06470 B.S. Biology Ecology Club, International Student Asso- ciation, Class of ' 74 Executive Council. DAVID MOATS 630 Greenwood Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. Economics. PAUL THOMAS MOESSNER 1962 Va. Lane, Norristown, Pennsylvania 19401 A.B. English Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Psi Omega, Mask Dagger, MMA, WMUH, College Choir, Alpha Phi Omega (Historian). DEBORAH S. MOLONY 1845 Howe Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 A. B. Psychology Psi Chi. ANDREA LYNNE MONAGHAN 301 Milltown Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19808 B. S. Biology Class of ' 74 Secretary, Class Council, Band, MMA, Dorm Court, Freshman Advisor. NEAL MONDA 3 Laketrail East, Wayne, New Jersey 07470 A.B. Social Science Forensic Society. SANDRA MORRELL 2 Breckan Road, Brunswick, Maine 0401 1 A.B. Political Science Ski Club, Young Republicans, HART Tutor, Senior Class Executive Council, Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister (President), Com- mencement Invitation Committee (Chair- man), Senior Class Gift Committee (Vice- Chairman), Joint Council. ANNE L. MOYER 231 Cherry Street, East Greensville, Pennsylvania 18041 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta. G. BRAXTON MOYER 615 South 5th Street, Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944 A.B. English John Marshall Pre-Law Society (Sec- retary Treasurer), Sigma Tau Delta. JAMES A. MURRAY Hi 847 Crown Street, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067 A.B. Psychology Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity M Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Conceptual Living Experiment. JAY R. MURRAY 847 Crown Street, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067. THOMAS E. NAMEY 1201 S. Penna Avenue, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067 A.B. Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon (Comptroller), Intramurals. 243 JEFFREY B. NEIMAN 111 S. Main Street, Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951 A.B. History Secondary Education Alpha Tau Omega. ANNE MARIE NELSON 448 Hamilton Blvd., Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067 A. B. Russian Studies Varsity Basketball, College Band. Campus Girl Scouts, Intramurals, Girl ' s Football, Russian Club. NANCY E. NEW 27 Aspen Lane, Levittown, Pennsylvania 19055 B. S. Biology A. B. Spanish Spanish Club, Phi Sigma lota, Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN PAUL NITSCHE 71 Old Branchville Road, Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877 A.B. Economics Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity Baseball, J.V. Basketball, Intramurals. TERRY NORCROSS 54 Nassau Road, Mt. Holly, New Jersey 08060 A.B. Economics Varsity Tennis, John Marshall Pre-Law So- ciety, MCA. JOAN OSWALD 1911 Corinthian Avenue, Abington, Pennsylvania 19001 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta (Secretary-Treasurer), Little Sister of Alpha Tau Omega (Vice- President), Student Council (Recording Secretary). DEMETRIOS PAPACOSTAS 62 Velissariou, Thessaloniki, Greece 361 GAIL ELLEN PARRIS 1 106 Park Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey 07060 A.B. English. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL PELKEY 310 Ridgefield Road, Wilton, Connecticut 06897 A.B. Political Science Resident Assistant, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Varsity Lacrosse, WMUH. ROBERTA PEREZ 23 Coral Court, Colonia, New Jersey 07067 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education. WYNNE IRIS PERLMAN 18-55 Corporal Kennedy Street, Bayside, New York 11360 A. B. History Russian Studies Phi Alpha Theta, Coffee House Committee (Secretary), Russian Club (Secretary), Hil- lel, Honors in History. KSM JOANNE PETERSON 31 Dewey Street, Manhasset, New York 11030 B. S. Biology. PAMELA SUSAN PFROMM 309 Old York Road, Somerville, New Jersey 08876 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education Psi Chi. PATRICIA CANFIELD PHILLIPS 136 N. West Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A. B. Art Benfer Award, LED, Weekly, Who’s Who. HOWARD K. POMERANTZ 3706 Congress Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 Phi Kappa Tau, Intramurals, Varsity Golf, Circle K, Big Brother. LINDA G. POTTS 100 Cedar Street, Cedar Grove, New Jersey 07009 B. S. Mathematics Majorettes, Russian Club, Women ' s Council. CARL R. PRATT, JR. RD 2 Box 91, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320 B.S. Biology Insitute of Faith, MCA, Ecology Action. JOHN THOMAS PRITCHARD 111 Morton Drive, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446 A.B. History Varsity Baseball (Co-Captain), Phi Kappa Tau (Social Chairman), Intramurals (Stu- dent Director). JILL A. RADER Reeders, Pennsylvania 18352 A. B. Social Science Elementary Education Ski Club, Varsity Tennis, Cheerleading. GLENN BARRY RAICZYK 615 Wayne Avenue, Haddonfield, New Jer- sey 08033 B. S. Biology Tau Kappa Epsilon, College Band, Ecology Action Group, Chess Club, Ciarla, Joint Council (Vice-President), Dorm Council (Vice-President of Prosser Hall), Student Council (Representative, Academics Committee, Evaluation Committee), Span- ish Club, MCA. ELIZABETH P. REID 1424 Oak Lane, Reading, Pennsylvania 19604 A.B. Psychology Delta Phi Nu (President), Education Society. JEAN REID Williams Church Lane, Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055 A.B. Psychology College Choir, Institution of Sound, Stu- dent Court Justice, Resident Advisor, Psi Chi, Muhlenberg Musical Association, Board of Associates, Convocations Com- mittee, Freshman Advisor, Cardinal Key Society, Who’s Who. MICHELE REILLY 7187 Waldorf Avenue, Pennsauken, New Jersey 08109. RALPH R. REINERTSEN 792 Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut A. B. History Economics Accounting Phi Alpha Theta, Chess Club (President). ALBERT REINHARDT 25 Maple T ree Lane, Sparta, New Jersey 07871 B. S. Biology Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Intra- ‘murals, Game Room Pool Champion (Spring 1973). KAREN R. REYNOLDS 702 Endicott Avenue, Cinnaminson, New Jersey 08077 B.S. Biology Trustee Scholarship, College Choir, Pom Pom Girls, Ski Club, WMUH, Spokesman Bicycle Club. ROBERT RICHARD 371 N. 10th Street, Prospect Park, New Jersey 07508 B.S. Biology Varsity Soccer (Co-Captain, All-League, League Most Valuable Player, Honorable Mention — All American), Free University (Co-Chairman) East Asia Society, Who’s Who. SUSAN ROBBINS 601 W. 7th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16502 B.S. Natural Science Math College Choir, Chapel Choir, Institution of Sound, Women’s Council, Union Board (Coffee House Committee), Freshman Advisor. MARTHA DELANA ROBERTS Shore Road, Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371 A.B. Philosophy Ecology Action Group. DAVID A. ROEDER 351 Lakeview Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania A.B. English Tau Kappa Epsilon, (Pledge Trainer), Cardi- nal Key, College Choir. DEBRA OUTERBRIDGE ROEDER 6 Bonnie Drive, Northport, New York 11768 NEIL ROOKLIN 524 Manayunk Road, Merion, Pennsylvania 19066 A. B. Accounting Dance, Drama, Varsity Lacrosse. PATRICIA MARGARET ROSS 8 Jay Road, Chatham, New Jersey 07928 B. S. Biology. CHRISTOPHER B. RUMPF 1213 Red Rambler Road, Rydal, Pennsylvania 19046 B.S. Biology Alpha Tau Omega (Secretary), Varsity Soccer. ELLEN C. RUTAN RD 3, Box 99A, Washington, New Jersey 07882 244 B.S. Biology HARTTutor. MARK SABELLA Ambler Drive, Bedford, New York 10506 A.B. Social Science Intramurals, Varsity Lacrosse. RONNEY J. SALLEY 2075 Rockaway, Brooklyn, New York 11236. VICTORIA E. SALLS 221 N. Miller Street, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 A.B. English College Choir, Freshman Advisor, Joint Council, Benfer Hall President, Sigma Tau Delta, Big Sister, MMA. CHARLES SALVATERRA 52 W. Fern Street, Hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201 A. B. Psychology Lambda Chi Alpha (House Manager, Trea- surer), Varsity Football Co-Captain), Psi Chi. VITALY SAWYNA 2224 Liberty Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 BRENT ROBERT SCHANTZ 1521 Union Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 B. S. Biology. EUGENE SCHECHTER 19 Cornell Street, W. Orange, New Jersey 07052 A. B. History. RICHARD S. SCHIFREEN 3642 Lynn Lane, Wantagh, New York 11793 B. S. Chemistry Forensic Society (Treasurer, Vice-Presi- dent, National Speech — Forensic Champi- onship — Invitation). JAMES G. SCHNECK 416 N. 7th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102 A. B. English. BRUCE SCHOBER 632 Spruce Lane, Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085 B. S. Natural Science Class of ' 74 Executive Council (President, Vice-President), Student Council, Alpha Phi Omega, Cardinal Key, Pre-Medical So- ciety, Freshman Orientation Committee, Big Brother Program, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa (Vice-President), Who ' s Who. WILLIAM MICHAEL SCHOLTZ 28 Joseph Street, Manchester, Connecticut 06040 A. B. Economics Intramurals. MARY LOUISE SCHURMANN P.O. Box 85, Greentown, Pennsylvania 18426 B. S. Chemistry Der Deutsche Verein, Education Society, Lutheran Brotherhood Senior Scholarship. EUGENE SCHWARTZ 623 N. Wood Avenue, Linden, New Jersey 07036 B.S. Natural Science Freshman Advisor, Zeta Beta Tau, Pre- Medical Society, Spelunking Club, Hillel. MARC LEE SCHWARTZ 9227 Burbank Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115 B.S. Natural Science Hillel (President), WMUH (Sports Director, Contemporary Music Coordinator), Pi Del- ta Epsilon. MARY SCHWARTZ 3103 Hobson Street, Whitehall, Pennsylvania 18052 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta. DAVID A. SEARING 1908 Jackson Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504 A. B. History Muhlenberg Christian Association (Chair- man Social Action and Programming), M.C.A. Drama, Institute of Faith, Alpha Phi Omega (Sergeant at Arms and Second Vice President), W.M.U.H. Radio, Pre-Theologi- cal Society, Chapel Choir. PETER R. SEBASTIAN R.D. 1, Leesport, Pennsylvania 19533 B. S. Natural Science Varsity Football, Lambda Chi Alpha (Vice President). DALE L. SECULES 9 So. Main Street, Hughesville, Pennsylvania 17737 B.S. Mathematics Sigma Phi Epsilon (Recorder, President), Intramurals. GREGORY W. SEIDLER 358 Floral Court, New Milford, New Jersey 07646 A.B. History Alpha Tau Omega, Wrestling. DAVID A. SHAFER 6 Grant Street, Titusville, New Jersey 08560 COLETTE SHANKEL 1609 Kulp Road, Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464 A.B. French Phi Sigma lota (Secretary), Union Board Coffee House Committee, Floor Represent- ative (Walz Hall), Transfer Student Orienta- tion Committee, Delta Phi Alpha. ROBIN PAT SIEGEL 684 Faircastle Avenue, Severna Park, Maryland 21146 A.B. Social Science Modern Dance, Mask and Dagger, M.M.A. (Director), Cardinal Key (Secretary), Ciar- la, Lambda Epsilon Delta, Alpha Psi Ome- ga, Freshman Advisor, Senior Executive Council, Phi Beta Kappa. THOMAS SIESHOLTZ 109 S. Halstead Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 B.S. Natural Science. TERESA E. SIHLER 61 Woodbine Avenue, Little Silver, New Jersey 07739 A.B. French Education Chapel Choir, Education Society, Phi Sig- ma lota, H.A.R.T. tutoring. t ROBERT E. SIMON 835 N. Marshall. Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 DANIEL L. SIMPSON 30 Greentree Lane, Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355 A.B. English Music College Choir, WMUH (AM Director), Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Tau Delta. GAIL MARIE SKEAD 367 Butternut Avenue, Wyckoff, New Jersey 07481 A.B. Social Science Intramurals, H.A.R.T. tutoring. DAVID GORDON SLIDER 229 E. Walnut Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103 A.B. History Education Varsity Soccer (Tri-captain), Phi Kappa Tau (Vice President). SUSAN SLOGOFF 1908 Greymont Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116 A.B. English Education Big Sister, Freshman Advisor, H.A.R.T. tu- toring, Arcade (Art Editor), Education So- ciety, Muhlenberg Musical Association. PHILIP SMITH R.D. 1, Box 88, Hamburg, Pennsylvania 19526 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta. SCOTT JEFFREY SOFFEN 5195 Winterton Drive, Favetteville, New York 13066 A. B. History Phi Kappa Tau, Muhlenberg Musical Asso- ciation, Student Court (Attorney), Fresh- man Advisor, Joint Council, Hillel, WMUH, Ski Club, Phi Alpha Theta. BARBARA A. SOLGA 732 N. Glenwood Street, Allentown, Penn- Pennsylvania 18104 B. S. Physics Society of Physics Students (Secretary), Forensics, Institution of Sound, Modern Dance. JUDITH ANNE SOLOMON 2822 Allen Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 B.S. Math Art Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre, Mask and Dagger, Muhlenberg Musical Associa- tion, Committee on Human Sexuality (Chairman), Dining Committee, Art League, Freshman Advisor, Intramurals. 245 LAWRENCE K. SPALINK 370 North 10th Street, Prospect Park, New Jersey 07508 A.B. Psychology Chapel Choir, HART tutoring, Mask and Dagger, MCA Drama, Intramurals, Dorm Court, Linbach Foundation Scholarship, Psi Chi (Treasurer), MCA Christian Witness Committee (Chairman), Muhlenberg Self- Study Committee, BETH SPIEGELHALDER 312 E. Chestnut Street, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320 A.B. Humanities Intramurals, Tutoring. RONALD D. SPRINGEL 8400Cobden Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19320 ROBERT DAVID STEELE 38 Jalan Selimang, Singapore 27, Singapore A.B. Political Science Student Court, Student Council, Stu- dents on Faculty Committees Forum, Var- sity Tennis, Cross-Country, Soccer, Intramurals. PETER L. STEINMANN P.O. 147 Riverv, Gaylordsville, Connecticut 06755 A. B. Political Science Pre-Law Society, TKD (President), Big Name (Chairman), WMUH, Chess Club. JGARY SAMUEL STEVER R.D. 2, Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951 B. S. Natural Science College Band, Institution of Sound, Intra- murals, Big Name Entertainment Committee. RICHARD FREDERICK STIER 500 Sixth Avenue, New Hyde Park, New York 11040 A.B. History Phi Kappa Tau (President and Social Chairman), Inter-Fraternity Council, Intramurals. JAN STUBENRAUCH 439 Victor Way, Wyckoft, New Jersey 07481 A. B. French Pom-Pon Girls, Chapel Choir, Muhlenberg Musical Association. KATHERINE A. STURM 5 Clydesdale Road, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076. PATRICIA ANN SULLIVAN 931 Whitney Lane, Maple Glen, Pennsylvania 19002 B. S. Natural Science Varsity Basketball (Tri-captain), 500 Point Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Newman Club, Pre-Med Society, Girls Foot- ball team, Intramurals, Phi Beta Kappa. DAVID H. TEETER 501 W. Middle Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325 LINDA LOUISE TEPP 118 Hartwell Drive, Aiken, South Carolina 29801 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta, Education Society, Intramurals. MARCIA LEE THIMONS 1704 Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238 A.B. Psychology Varsity Basketball, Union Sub-Board, Pres- ident Walz Hall, Joint Council, Dorm Court. SUSAN B. THOMAS 610 E. Gorgas Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 19 A.B. Psychology Elementary Education Delta Phi Nu (Historian, Secretary), Psi Chi, Education Society, Modern Dance, Hil- lel, Intramurals. WENDY J. TOMAN 201 East High Street, Somerville, New Jersey 08876 A. B. Psychology Psi Chi (Secretary), Education Society. FELISE CAROLYN TROMMER 30 Old Colchester Road, Quaker Hill, Connecticut 06375 B. S. Biology Intramurals. MARY LOU TURNER 5 Alexander Avenue, Upper Montclair, New Jersey 07043 B.S. Biology Muhlenberg Christian Association (Publici- ty Chairman), Alpha Phi Omega, Altar Guild. PAMELA A. TYLER 1 16-22 171st Street, Jamaica, New York 11434 A.B. Psychology Muhlenberg Black Collegians, Psi Chi. DENNIS LEE ULRICH 119 Proudfoot Drive, Gibraltar, R.D. 3, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania 19508 A. B. Social Science Who’s Who, Alpha Phi Omega (Vice Presi- dent), Muhlenberg Christian Association, College Choir, Lehigh County Prison Socie- ty (Vice President, President), WMUH. JEANNE MARIE UMHOLTZ Christfield, RD 1, Bordentown, New Jersey 08505. PATRICIA UNGER 2045 Mary Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017 B. S. Mathematics Commuter’s Club (Vice President). PAULA W. VALENTINE 27 Eden Lane, Levittown, New York 11756 A.B. English College Choir, Eta Sigma Phi (President), Sigma Tau Delta. LAUREL D. VANCITTERS R.D. 1, Box 338, Green Lane, Pennsylvania 18054 GIGI JANE VOIT 303 Windy Bush Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938 A. B. Psychology Psi Chi, Phi Sigma lota. Delta Phi Nu. ROBERT WALDMAN 7803 Conwell Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118 B. S. Natural Science Freshman Basketball, Intramurals, Pre- Medical Society. BEVERLY LYNNE WALKER 102-H Meadowyck, Wescoesville, Pennsylvania A.B. English Drama (acting, make-up director), Alpha Psi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta. EPHRAIM S. WALTERS 1234 Rickert Road, Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944 A.B. History Track, Cross Country, Student Council JOHN HARVEY WALTON 1509 Vernon Road, Norristown, Pennsylvania 19403 A.B. Economics Accounting Soccer (Manager), Baseball (Manager), Basketball (Man ager, Statistician), Manag- er of the Year, Table Tennis Team, Free University. LOUISE A. WARDLOW 500 DeKalb Pike, North Wales, Pennsylvania 19454 A.B. German College Choir, Women ' s Council, Dorm Council, Freshman Advisor, Dorm Court, Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. ROBERT B. WEBSTER 6 Asbury Road, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611 A. B. Psychology Mask and Dagger (President), Alpha Psi Omega (President), Muhlenberg Musical Association, Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre, Muhlenberg Christian Association. HOWARD HY WEITZ 6640 Sylvester Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19149 B. S. Natural Science Sigma Phi Epsilon, C.C.S.L.B. (President), Ciarla. NEIL E. WENNER 520 S. 23rd Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 A.B. Political Science. JIMMY LEE WERLEY 2146 Huntington Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017 A. B. Social Science Tau Kappa Epsilon (House Manager), Muhl- enberg Musical Association, Muhlenberg Christian Association, Mask and Dagger, Muhlenberg Experimental Theatre, Intra- murals, Institution of Sound. FRANK R. WHEELER 5 Strickland Avenue, Little Falls, New Jersey 07424 B. S. Natural Science 246 Pre-Medical Society, Transfer Student Ori- entation Advisor, CHERYL LYNN WHITE 427 Sutton Road, Shavertown, Pennsylvania 18708 A. B. Economics Accounting Student Court, Resident Advisor, Executive Council, Dorm Council, Intramurals. DAVID D. WHITNEY 225 N. 9th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania B. S. Chemistry J.V. Basketball. JUDITH BETH WICK 900 Thomas Avenue, Baldwin, New York 11510 A.B. Humanities College Choir (Librarian), Muhlenberg Musical Association, Intramurals. ELIZABETH ANN WIDMAIER 509 Beechwood Lane, Narberth, Pennsylvania 19072 A.B. Economics Accounting Student Court, Dormitory Council Repre- sentative, Intramurals. MICHELE AILEEN WIESE 34 Birch Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts 01945 A.B. German Der Deutsche Verein, Chapel Choir, Fenc- ing Club. DANIEL E. WIKTOREK 8 Vz Merrill Street, Binghamton, New York 13905 A.B. Music Muhlenberg College Choir, Muhlenberg Christian Association (Worship Committee Chairman), Institute of Faith, Alpha Phi Omega, String Ensemble, Muhlenberg Musical Association. JEAN WILLIS 234 Griswold Drive, Youngstown, Ohio 44512 DEBORAH COTTINGHAM WINSLOW 40 W. California Avenue, Beach Haven, New Jersey 08008 A.B. English Sigma Tau Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, Intramur- als, Tutoring (Spanish-American Center), Freshman Orientation Advisor, Joint Coun- cil (President), Dining Committee. CATHY WISCHHUSEN 41 10 Fountain Green, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 19444 A. B. Psychology Elementary Education Psi Chi, Volunteer Services (Coordinator), Education Society, Intramurals. ROBERT H. WOOD 535 River Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067 B. S. Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Second Generation Club, N.S.E.A. (President). BARBARA J. WOOLSEY 7625 Oak Lane Road, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania 19012 A.B. Economics Delta Phi Nu (Treasurer), HART Tutoring, Phi Beta Kappa, AICPA Award, Bruce J. and Pamela Epstein Award, National Associa- tion of Accountants Award. WILLIAM EDWARD WYATT 701 Powell Avenue, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411 A.B. History Varsity Tennis, Alpha Tau Omega, John Marshall Pre-Law Society, Phi Alpha Theta. SUE YOST 202 Elizabeth Avenue, Cranford, New Jersey 07016 A. B. History Phi Alpha Theta, HART Tutoring, College Choir. CHRISTINE D. YOUNG R.D. 1, Box 269, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317 B. S. Natural Science, Art Art League, Varsity Hockey, Resident Advi- sor (Head). LORRAINE A. ZELLER Box 613, DeBary, Florida 32713 B.S. Mathematics Pom-Pon Girls (Captain), Modern Dance Club (President), Muhlenberg Musical As- sociation (Choreographer). KIM SCOTT ZIEGLER 11 Patriot Circle, Devon, Pennsylvania 19333 A.B. English Varsity Soccer, Intramurals, Sigma Tau Delta. 247 Faculty Patrons Mrs. Carolyn F. Gable Dr. Stewart S. Lee Coach Kenneth Moyer Office of the Dean of the College Psychology Department Dr. Hagen Staack Dr. Robert Thornburg Senior Parent Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bardinelli Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bennington Mr. Michael B. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Brooks Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cannata, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jules H. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. John Ciecura Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Corvaia Mr. and Mrs. William Cotter Mr. and Mrs. David Cusick Mr. V. M. deCastro, Jr. Mr. Stephen Duncan-Peters Dr. and Mrs. George Mark Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Alex Geisler Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Geliman and Family Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Graefing Mr. and Mrs. Thure Grannas Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Haenni Mrs. Ralph F. Harwick Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Herwig Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huber Mrs. Helen McKinney Irvine Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Kardly, Sr. Mrs. Mildred llik Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Kreindel Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lambert The Rev. and Mrs. Howard E. 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