Muskingum University - Muscoljuan Yearbook (New Concord, OH)

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I 1 w 1 s 2 5 L if E Q E E 1 r 2 ,,wM.w w , K 3 A WWC 4 wsu' wil- if hi-ci 2- 1: fn, ,V M5 PROPERTY OF WALTER W. DAVIDSON PEMBERVILLE.. OHi0 MUSKINGUM COLLEGE 'A 4133-' ' i g . , -.W ++ , I V. M ,ffl ':- Law, i 'rf R 'R R V24 A xiii rfaxfig-' ft-if I ,4,13iA7,Lr,.,.f3Wg!5,L! hwy! Q 232 RS? ,Q Editor William Sciueuerie Business Manager Richard Moore Looking towards the quadrangle we see a glimpse of what to us is Muskingum. Across its walk have gone the students, faculty and community, who have added to our unforgettable college life. X his N W Q Q af lx' . . 'Xi fx 1 War 5? K5 uw, i if 3 1 Q Q 5 'X ,434 Wff-ef 1 w- ig I N' Q 'iff , :. . L, X M5 5 gmgfapg K , 1, - 5 W 3 T is Y SX 6, 91, '-X, A -1 Q K 1, 1 Brown Chapel for religious values Cambridge Hall for educational values Memorial Dormitory forthe values of life 5 Looking through the trees at the Women's Dormitory Winter brings frozen beauty to our campus 4 -QW QI' if r Life at Muskingum-lt is strange how much that phrase can mean to us-as students. As we look around the campus we are able to see familiar objects that have been an important part of our college life-the chapel, the gymnasium, our class rooms, the quadrangle, and our social clubs. Everywhere you walk a feeling of friendship and good brotherhood accompanies you-from the first "hello" as a freshman to the "congratulations" you receive as a senior. This year, instead of dedicating the Muscoliuan to one particular person, we feel that it is the whole atmosphere and not one small item that makes our campus the "glorious Alma Mater" it is. So we salute the spirit of Muskingum that can mean so much to us when we hear or sing: All hail, Muskingum, glorious Alma Mater, Thy loyal children come to do thee honor, Life more bundant thou to us hast given, Hail, Alma Mater, Hail. All hail, Muskingum, glorious Alma Mater, Thou who hast guided our youth triumphant, Into the life where knowledge still is holy, Hail, Alma Mater, Hail. All hail, Muskingum, glorious Alma Mater, To thee we pledge our loyal devotion, God's care surround thee through the endless ages, Hail, Alma Mater, Hail. 8 TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSES SPORTS ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS 9 L,,f-f" if 0 fi? fvafdlf' ur :"'5w. Q 2 in ig E W 5" MMV' MM' ,WW V f M, Q--. Q '::: H75 .F ifi if ij , Q '-'ta 2:-g5g:5g::g52L:2a: ' ' N ' we '---Q fp-5 ' 1' -: iifflgafffi :fff W. .. :Ei- fig, .35 fA :.,: ,M -:.,..E,. . , W A 5. . .. 'eff' ., ,.. 4- iv- PRESIDENT Dr. Robert N. Montgomery "To guide and aid Muskingum College in upholding the ideals for which it stands." This great task 'Falls to the able hands of our president, "Dr. Bob." In this year of forward progress, we have seen him wield the steady hand to keep us moving toward our goals. His friendliness, understanding, cheerfulness, and clear-thinking make him known and liked by all. 12 VICE-PRESIDENT With a wide knowledge of education and business, Mr. Mont- gomery straightens out the problems confronting the actual manipulation of school affairs. Ready with useful advice and well- thought ideas, he makes our college activities run on a smooth and organized basis. J. Knox Montgomery DEANS , ,Qi A Dr. Bernard G. Murdock Miss Cora I. Orr Miss Ruth Meister Dr. Charles W. McCracken Mr. Clarence B. Cover Dean of the College Dean of Students Ass't. Dean of Students Dean of Students Ass't. Dean of Students 13 FACULTY Mr. Paul Adams Physical Education Mr. William Adams Biology Mr. H. Dwight Balentine Alumni Secretary Mr. W. Hughes Barnes Biology Miss Gertrude E. Barr English Dr. Lorin E. Bixler Education Mr. William Blakesley Art Mr. John H. Bloom Music Mr. David D. Burks Social Studies Miss Helen Coleman Music Mr. Gerrit DeJong History Mr. Wesley Dykstra Psychology Mr. Stephen Ely Music Dr. William L. Fisk History Mrs. Bess Flynn College Nurse Miss Gladys Gardner Secretarial Studies Mr. Lowell N. George Economics Dr. Harold Grady Chemistry 95 1 Mrs. Jane Hazzard Home Economics Mr. Robert Hinshaw Physics Dr. Darrell Holmes Psychology Miss Irene Horner Physical Education Dr. Charles Howell Biology Mr. Theodore Huesemann Speech Miss Mary E. Johnson Speech Miss Paula Keiser Physical Education Mr. John D. Kendall Music Dr. Lauren A. King English Mr. Coleman Knight Mathematics Mrs. Dorothy Knight Mathematics Mr. Charles Kruzan Physical Education Mr. Charles Layton Speech Mrs. Ferne Layton Speech Mr. Lowery Placement Dr. William L. Ludlow Political Science Mrs. Thelma Ludlow Sociology FACULTY Dr. John McCleery College Physician Miss Iva McConagha Library Science Dr. J. l.. McCreight Religion Mrs. Winifrecl McKiraham Library Science Miss Carrie McKnight Registrar Mr. P. McCoy Mariner Physical Education Dr. Milo Milanovich Bible Mr. Robert Mitchell Geology Miss Martha Moore Speech Mr. C. D. Morehead Language Mr. Clarence Moses Geology Mrs. Anna Neuenschwancler Language Mr. Calvin Patterson Publicity Director Mrs. Barbara Patterson Music Mr. Donald H. Price Music Mrs. Roberta B. Price Music Mr. William F. Rice Economics Dr. J. Merle Rife Language 95 1 Mr. Earl L. Riggle Education Miss Edith Riley Physical Education Mr. John E. Sanderson Library Science Mr. Wilbur R. Schnitker Music Dr. John T. Seaton Psychology Miss Frances Sengleitner Physical Education Miss Mary E. Sharp Language Mr. Edgar Sherman Physical Education Dr. John Smith Psychology Miss Lydia Steele Home Economics Miss Wilda Thompson Treasurer Miss Janey Trace Music Miss Sara Wilhelm English Miss Joy Zepp Elementary Education Mr. Paul A. Napier Chairman of Admissions ,Q-wsfsqw 1 Q M Q, 4 , ., .L xqxilif x ,. ff S 'X ww 'A'-vom. R ' A ,if t g 'Q H -w iv . ., Mgf - W 4 f af , ," 4 1 , 1 JM K. ,s .--Q 4 4 f e r -i ies in 'Y mfv-Q ' ' 'X 2 1 35? , . , ,nfggqqg , Lai.?N ' ..1a,igfl , ig Q , 'fi' xii, I S A , ..-4 ' 1 lst Row: Bob Brown, Bill Dentzer, Bruce Brackenridge, Ruth Ann Thompson. 2nd Row: Jean Campbell, Dick Giffen, Howard Lowery, Bud Friesinger, Dick Moore, Joyce Philip. 3rd Row: Bill Fisher, Bill Sponseller, Don Kelly, Doug Brackenridge, Gil Hales, Harry Adcock, Carolyn Swarner STUDENT Student Council, our elected representatives, has at- tempted to accomplish some very important aims this year. Under the leadership of President Bill Dentzer, they have strived to develop an attitude of cooperation and worthwhile advancement around the campus. By intelli- gently discussing campus issues, many important con- clusions were reached, many of which will become pos- COUNCIL sible solutions for similar problems in the future. By helping to clarify the role of community government, having student leadership conferences, revising the hand- book, reorganization of Brown Chapel Lounge, work towards an honor system, and investigation of many campus conditions, Council has contributed much to the general welfare of the college. Each year a new group of students comes through the college entrance to make Muskingum their new home. Four years later they leave through this same gateway better prepared to meet what- ever the future may hold. CLASSES Au i .MMA SENIORS OFFICERS President , ,, ,,,,, Bud Friesinger V. President ,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,, Dale Rice Secretary ,Y,7 Marty Cunningham Treasurer ,,,,,, ,,,,,, T om Swan The class of 1951 has seen the beginnings of many things on Muskingum's campus. The first class to have a normal college year since the war, we were unaffected neither by a complete lack of men nor by an overflow of veterans. Although typically "green" as Freshmen, it did not take us long to enter into campus life. As Sophomores, we sponsored Muskingum's first "underwater dance"-"The Forty Fathom Fling." Climaxing a successful and vigorous Junior year, we witnessed the first of many firsts, when we brought a name orchestra to a campus dance. Johnny Long was chosen for this unique distinction, when we proudly presented "Bali Hai" for Seiuna. We, as Seniors, can be found in responsible places of every activity conceivable-debate, campus politics and government, organizations, honoraries and athletics. With more than our share of scholars, there are six new names on the scholarship plaque-the most for many years. Having brawn as well as brains, our class contributed a maiority of the material for our conference winning football and basketball teams. Yes, we've seen and taken part in the beginnings of many things. Yet there is one thing we'll always be taking part in for quite awhile to come-our memories of four successful years at Muskingum. WILLIAM J . ADAMS Zanesville, Ohio Economics, Social Studies HELEN ALLEXSAHT Helmuth, New York Sociology Athala, W.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Mus- kingum Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman- Sophomore Plays I, 2, Gospel Team 2, 3, 4. PAUL BAXTER North Canton, Ohio History Stag, Interclub Council 3, 4, Social Committee 2. PAUL WILLIAM BLACK Zanesville, Ohio Business Administration Mace, College Steward 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Class Treasurer 3. NORMAN F. BLOSAT Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Sociology Ulster, Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team I, 2, 3, 4. SENIORS 23 HARRY ADCOCK Youngstown, Ohio Biology Stag, B8tM Sports Editor 2, Senior Play 3, Student Council 4. RAY H. BARKLEY Zanesville, Ohio Geography Alban, International Relations Club I, 2, 3, 4, B8iM 2, 3, Theta Gamma Epsilon 3, 4. R. PAUL BEATTY Indiana, Pennsylvania English Mace, Alpha Sigma Mu, Chairman of Student Book Store 4, Life Serv- ice, B8-M, Track. FRANK BLANDFORD Buffalo, New York Political Science Stoic, B81M 2, 3, Pre-Law Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 4, Men's Chorus 4. JACK M. BOAK McDonald, Pennsylvania Music Stag, College Orchestra 3, 4, Col- lege Band 2, 3, 4. MIRIAM G. BODE Pittsburgh, Pa. English-French Athala, Judiciary Board 2, W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA BORTON University Heights, Ohio Speech F.A.D., Freshman-Sophomore Play, Junior Play, Senior Play, Musking- um Players, Sigma Alpha Iota 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, National Collegiate Players. JACK EDWlN BOWEN Canton, Ohio Mathematics Stoic, Social Committee 4, Band l,2. PAUL A. BRICKER North Canton, Ohio Biology Stag Pres. 4, Baseball, Football, Class Vice-Pres. 1, 2, M Club, 0.0.0.0., O.X.E., Student Coun- selor. MARIE BROWN Fredericktown, Ohio Elementary Education Kianu, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral Society l, 2, W.A.A., W.A.L. SENIORS 24 JEAN BOND Belmont, Ohio Home Economics Wawyin Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, W.A.A. Board, Cwens, Interclub Pres. 4, Home Economics Club, Stu- dent Counselor 3. CHARLOTTE ELLEN BOSWELL Barnesville, Ohio Psychology, Sociology Kona, Choral Society 'l, 2, 3, Glee Club, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Interna- tional Relations Club 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet l, B8iM StaFf. J. BRUCE BRACKENRIDGE Youngstown, Ohio Mathematics, Physics Ulster Pres. 2, 4, Muscoljuan Editor 3, Interclub Pres. 4, Student Council 4, Debate 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Forensic 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU BRETTELL Mingo Junction, Ohio Public School Music Kianu, Glee Club l, 2, Home Eco- nomics Club 'l, Student Council 2, S.A.l. 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 3. RUSSELL W. BROWN Steubenville, Ohio Chemistry Sphinx Pres. 4, Interclub 3, 4, American Chemical Society. 'I RUTH ELOISE BROWN Dexter City, Ohio Elementary Ed ucation Kona, W.A.A. l, 2, 4, Judiciary Board 4, Freshman Cabinet, A.C.E. 4, Muscoliuan StaFF 2. JOHN W. CALDWELL St. Clairsville, Ohio Geology Stoic, Men's lnterclub. BEVERLY ANN CASEY Cambridge, Ohio Home Economics F.A.D., Home Economics Club, Women's lnterclub, Junior Class Queen. DOROTHY CHRISTOPHER Rochester, Pennsylvania Physical Education F.A.D., Cwens Pres., Social Commit- tee 2, Dorm Council 2, Student' Counselor 3, W.A.A. Cabinet 2, 3, Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, Stu- dent Council 3, Community Council 3, Senior Women's Honorary. JEAN FOX COGDELL East Greenwich, New York Elementary Education Kona, Choral 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, Life Service 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. 4. 95 25 JOHN L. CALDWELL Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Biology Alban. DON CAMPBELL Barnesville, Ohio Physical Education Stag, Basketball 2, 3. RICHARD CAUGHEY Zanesville, Ohio Geology Mace, Football 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Theta Gamma Epsilon. JAMES F. CLARK Wellington, Kansas Music and History Alban, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, O.X.E., 0.0.0.0., Phi MU Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta. GENEVA COOK Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Home Economics F.A.D., Home Economics Club, W.A.A., Dorm Judiciary Board. MARJORIE RUTH COOK Wheeling, West Virginia Elementary Education F.A.D., A.C.E. I, 2, 3, Freshman Queen Attendant, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS COULTER Sewickley, Pennsylvania History Ulster, Pres. 3, Social Committee 2, 4, Chairman 4, Student Council 2, 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, lnterclub 3, Tennis 2, 4. CHARLES G. DALBY Youngstown, Ohio Biology Stag, Phi Mu Alpha, Pre-Med Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3. JAMES G. DAWSON Floral Park, New York Business Administration Sphinx, Intramurals. WILLIAM THOMPSON DENTZER Rochester, Pennsylvania Political Science Mace, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Class President 2, 3, Forensic Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Committee I, O.X.E., 0.0.0.0., Football 'l, 2. SENIORS 26 JAMES COOPER Zanesville, Ohio Chemistry Sphinx, Muscoliuan 2, A.C.S. MARTHA CUNNINGHAM Delaware, Ohio Elementary Education Kianu, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Class Secretary 4, Student Counselor 3, 4, A.C.E., W.A.L. Board, W.A.A. WALTER W. DAVIDSON Pemberville, Ohio History Alban. MARY DEIBEL Canton, Ohio Elementary Education F.A.D., W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 'l, 2, Social Committee 4, Class Treasurer 2, Muscoliuan 2. MAY LOUISE BOYD DIEHL Washington, Pennsylvania Mathematics, Spanish Kona, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Pres. 4, Phi Sigma Iota, lnterclub Council 2, 3, Cwens, Student Council 3, Senior Women's Honorary, May Day At- tendant. LOIS ELIZABETH DOERING Garden City Park, New York Elementary Education F.A.D., Class Secretary 'l, Freshmen Cabinet, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, W.A.A., A.C.E. MARY DOWNEY New Concord, Ohio Elementary Education A.C.E. 'l, 2, 3, 4. DONALD DUPPER Uhrichsville, Ohio Political Science Mace, Football 2, 3, 4, M Club. ART EATON Oil City, Pa. Economics Stag. PHYLLIS ECKMAN Youngstown, Ohio Dietetics F.A.D. Pres. 4, Home Economics Club, W.A.L. Board, Social Commit- tee, W.A.A., Cwens. 95 27 MARY DOVENBARGER Zanesville, Ohio Biology Athala, Pre-Med. Club. CAY DUNLEVY Pittsburgh, Pa. Delta, Glee Club, Home Economics Club, Freshman-Sophomore Plays, W.A.A. MARY EAGLESON New Castle, Pa. 1 Dietetics Wawyin, Choral Society. BETTY MARIE ECKHOFF Wadsworth, Ohio Physical Education V Wawyin, Freshman Cabinet, W.A.A. Board 'l, 2, 4, Sec. 2, Swimming Club, lnterclub Council 2. SHIRLEY EMHOFF Conneaut, Ohio Speech, English F.A.D., Muskingum Players, Na- tional Collegiate Players. LOUIS F. ENGELHARDT Youngstown, Ohio Mathematics, Physics, English Ulster, Forensic Club, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Sigma Tau Delta. BARBARA FLEMING Cambridge, Ohio, History DONALD GALLOGLY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Business Administration Stoic, Band 1, Class Cabinet 2, 3, Theta Gamma Epsilon. BEULAH GIBSON Cambridge, Ohio Elementary Education Kona, W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. 3, 4 Secreta ry-Treasurer 4. ROBERT GILKEY Allison Park, Pennsylvania Economics Sphinx. JANE FELDNER Woodsfield, Ohio Business Education Kianu, W.A.A., Social Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, Choral So- ciety l, 2, 3. GOTTLIEB FRIESINGER Zanesville, Ohio Chemistry Mace, 0.0.0.0., O.X.E., Class Pres. 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, M Club, Student Council 4. GIL GEHLE Hilton, New York History Sphinx, International Relations Club, Freshman Track. MARY LOU GIBSON Pittsburg, Kansas Home Economics Delta, Pres. 4, Choral Society 'l, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, Muskin- gum Players, Freshman Plays, Stu- dent Counselor 3, Home Economics Club, W.A.A. NORMA JEAN GINTZ Dover, Ohio Home Economics Delta, Cheerleader 1, 2, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Attendant, Class Secretary 2, Cwens, Student Counselor 3, Home Economics Club, Co-Chairman Thanksgiving 3, W.A.A. ELEANOR DUROSE GODDARD Shaker Heights, Ohio Elementary Education KIGHU, Glee Club 3, W.A.A., A.C.E., Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Gamma Mu. ROBERT GRAHNER Buffalo, New York Mathematics Mace, Freshman Council. KENNETH E. GRICE Philadelphia, Pa. Speech, English Alban, Muskingum Players I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, National Collegiate Players, A Cappella 2, Choral Society I, 2, Track I. DANIEL GROB Coshocton, Ohio Physics, Mathematics Ulster, Sigma Pi Sigma. GILBERT WILLIAM HALES Malverne, New York History, Social Studies Mace, Social Committee 2, 3, Chr. 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, Student Counselor 3, Student Council 4, 0.0.0.0. 95 29 ww W ' MARGARET GORDON Erie, Pa. Elementary Education Delta, A.C.E., Glee Club, Choral Society, W.A.A. Board 4, Musking- um Players, Social Committee 4. STARLING GREEN Armstrong Mills, Ohio Elementary Education Stoic, A.C.E. ANNE GRIFFITH Delaware, Ohio Psychology Kianu, Muskingum Players, W.A.A. 3, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, W.A.L. Board 3, Senior Women's Honorary. ROSALIE GUNN Cambridge, Ohio Music Athala, Choral Society, A Cappella, S.A.l., Sec. 4, Cwens. MARILYN HALL Warren, Ohio Elementary Education F.A.D., W.A.L. Board, Student Coun- cil, A.C.E., Sophomore Queen, Homecoming Attendant, Moy Queen. THOMAS HARP Barnesville, Ohio Physical Education Stag, Football 2, 3, 4, M Club. LIN HATHEWAY Yonkers, New York Business Administration Alban, BSIM, Circulation Manager 1, 2, 4, Business Manager 3. MARY HOAG Norwalk, Connecticut Dietetics Kianu, Pres. 4, Home Economics Club, Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Secretary 2, Class Secretary 3, W.A.A. PHILIP HOUSE Lewistown, Ohio Chemistry, Mathematics Alban. SARA JANE HUTCHMAN East Liverpool, Ohio Psychology Delta, Muskingum Players, Junior Class Play, Glee Club, Choral So- ciety, W.A.A. SENIORS 30 PAUL HASLETT Piedmont, Ohio DONALD L. HINTEN Senecaville, Ohio Physical Education Stag, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, M Club. DALLAS HOLMES Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Economics Alban, M Club, Phi Gamma Mu. DAN HUTCHMAN East Liverpool, Ohio Economics Stag. SYDNEY JACKSON Munhall, Pennsylvania Business Administration Mace, Interclub, M Club, Tennis. Varsity MARY ELLEN JAMISON Avalon, Pittsburgh, Pa. Psychology Kona, W.A.L. Board, Glee Club, Choral Society, A Cappella, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4, Cwens, Student Counselor, S.A.l., W.A.A., Junior Class Queen Attendant. CARL RICHARD JOHNSON Caldwell, Ohio Biology Alban MARTIN F. JONES Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Biology Mace, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Student Counselor, M Club. NILE C. KAMP North Canton, Ohio Economics, Business Administra- tion Stag BARBARA ANN KELLY Pittsburgh, Pa. Home Economics Kianu, Band I, 2, Home Economics Club 3, 4. 95 31 MARJORIE JARDINE Youngstown, Ohio Physical Education F.A.D., W.A.A. Board, Glee Club Choral Society, Muskingum Play- ers, Senior Queen, Swimming Club. ELINOR JONES New York, New York Elementary Education Delta, A.C.E., Glee Club I, 2, 3, W.A.A. NORMAN S. KAHN Cambridge, Ohio History Mace. PATRICIA L. KEISER Cambridge, Ohio Elementary Education Kianu, Girls' Glee Club, A.C.E. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Muskingum Players I, 2, W.A.A. Board 4. DON KELLY Pittsburgh, Pa. Economics Mace, Student Council 4, Theta Gamma Epsilon. REX F. KIEFFER Zanesville, Ohio Business Administration Stag. SHIRLEY KIMMEL New Philadelphia, Ohio Physical Education Kianu, W.A.A. Board 2, 3, 4, Fresh- man Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. LOIS KOHLHEPP DuBois, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Kianu, W.A.A. Board 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. RICHARD H. LAVIE McDonald, Pennsylvania Economics Stag. BILLIE SLOC UM LEWIS Barnesville, Ohio Speech Wawyin, Muskingum Players 2, 3 4, Officer 3, 4, Gospel Team 2 Band 2, Choral 2, Junior Play, W.A.A. I, 2. SENIORS 32 RALPH KIER Canton, Ohio History Stoic, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, Life Serv- ice, Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Alpha Sigma Mu 'l, 2, 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha, Student Counselor 4. JACK KING Sebring, Ohio Economics Mace, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, M Club, O.X.E., Student Counselor 3, Social Committee 3. JOHN KOPP Tuscarawas, Ohio Physics, Mathematics Mace, Sigma Pi Sigma, Varsity Basketball. PHYLLIS M. LEMROW Stewart Manor, New York Elementary Education F.A.D., W.A.L. Board 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. Board 2, 3, 4, Y.W. Freshman Cab- inet, Student Counselor 3, Student' Council 1, 2, A.C.E. 4, Gospel Team, Muskingum Players, BSKM Board of Control, Social Committee 3. RICHARD L. LINDSAY New Philadelphia, Ohio Chemistry Mace, American Chemical Society, Sigma Pi Sigma. DOROTHY LOUDON Bethesda, Maryland Elementary Education Kona, Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, W.A.A., Cabinet 2, 3, Cwens, Senior Women's Honorary, Student Counselor 3, Who's Who, Life Serv- ice 1, 2. HAROLD LOWERY New Concord, Ohio History Mace, Student Counselor. DOROTHY McCLELLAND Cleveland, Ohio Home Economics Delta, Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Seiuna Co-chairman 3, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3, W.A.A. Class Cabinet 2, 3, Y.W. Cabinet 2, Social Committee 3. JOHN W. McCORMAC New Concord, Ohio Physics, Mathematics Stag, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tennis 1. ANNA MARIE McLAIN Bergholz, Ohio Home Economics F.A.D., W.A.A., Home Ec. Club. 95 33 WILLIAM LOVEJOY Neffs, Ohio Geology, Biology Mace, M Club, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Muscoljuan Staff 3, B8fM Staff 4, Theta Gamma Epsilon 4, Pres. 4. HOWARD LOWERY New Concord, Ohio Chemistry Mace, Basketball 1, Track 1, Pre- Med Club 1, 2, 3, 4, American Chemical Society 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Handbook Editor 1, Muscoliuan As- sistant Editor 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 4, 0.0.0.0. 3, 4, Who's Who, Student Council 4, Homecoming Co-chairman 4. JEANNE MCCORMACK Goshen, New York Home Economics Wawyin, Home Ec. Club, W.A.A. HARRY MCILVAINE Houston, Pennsylvania Physical Education Alban, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE McMASTER Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania History Ulster, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, College Orator 3, College Song- leader 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, Alpha Sigma Mu 1, 2, 3, 4. DON RICHARD McNUTT Cumberland, Ohio Mathematics Alban. OLIVE MacKENZIE Charlotte, Michigan English B8lM Staff 3, Gospel Team 3, 4, Life Service 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players, International Relations Club 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. HUGH KENNETH MALLETT Zanesville, Ohio Geology, Physics Stoic, Theta Gamma Epsilon. TOM MAXWELL Aspinwall, Pa. Biology Mace, Theta Gamma Epsilon, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, M Club. CHARLES R. MEYER New Philadelphia, Ohio History Sphinx, B8.M Staff, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Alpha Theta Pres. 4, Class Cab- inet 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club, Muscoliuan Staff, Board of Control. SENIORS 34 KATHRYN JEAN MCSTEA Pittsburgh, Pa. Home Economics Kianu, W.A.A. Board, Student Council 3, Community Council 3, Home Economics Club, B8iM I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT A. MADGWICK McDonald, Pa. Economics Stag. RALPH JOHNSON MARQUIS Senecaville, Ohio Business Administration Stoic, Pre-Law Club. MILDRED MERRICK Steubenville, Ohio Speech Delta, Muskingum Players I, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A., Maiorette I, 2, 3, Social Committee 2. ELEANOR L. MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. Psychology Wawyin, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, Life Service Pres. 4, W.A.A., Stu- dent Counselor. SARAH MILLER Detroit, Michigan Elementary Education Wawyin, Cwens, Orchestra I, 2, Girls' Glee Club I, Choral Society I, A Cappella 4, Gospel Team 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. 3, 4. JOHN A. MOWDER Alledonia, Ohio Biology Alban, Band I, 2, 3, 4. HOMER C. NEFF, JR. Cambridge, Ohio Physics Sigma Pi Sigma. WALLACE NOLIN Assiut, Egypt Music Alban, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Nu Alpha Pres. 4. EILEEN HEBRON NORRIS Warsaw, Ohio Elementary Education 95 35 JANET MOOREHEAD Zanesville, Ohio Elementary Education Delta. ROBERT L. MYERS Jewett, Ohio Elementary Education Stoic Pres. 4, A Cappella, Band Interclub Council, Choral Society Student Counselor. GLENN NOBLE Pittsburgh, Pa. Music Alban, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A Cabinet 4, Gospel Team I, 2, 3, 4 Life Service 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 'I. FRANCIS S. NORRIS Warsaw, Ohio Sociology Alpha Sigma Mu. RICHARD OLINGER Coshocton, Ohio Economics Ulster. HELEN CHRISTINA ORR Belmont, Ohio Elementa ry Education Kona, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 47 A-C-E ll, 2' 3, 4, W.A.L. Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet 4, Who's Who. MILTON WOODS PATTERSON Beaver, Pennsylvania Physical Education Mace, Pres. 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, M Club 1, 2, 3, Pres- 4: Football- Basketball, Track. KATHLEEN PAULLIN Doylestown, Ohio Music Kona, Sigma Alpha Iota, W.A.A-1 A Cappella I, 2, 3, 4. FRED PRITCHARD Beaver, Pennsylvania Geology Mace, Theta Gamma Epsilon. DORIS LEE RAYMOND Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Psychology Delta, Pres. 3, Swimming Club, Cheerleader 'l, 2, 3, W.A.A. Board, W.C.A. Board, W.A.L. Board, Fresh- mon-Sophomore Plays, Homecom- ing Co-Chairman, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Junior Class Queen Attendant, lnterclub Coun- cil. SENIORS 36 GEORGE M. PATTERSON New Philadelphia, Ohio Economics, Sociology Sphinx, Muscoliuan Staff, B8f.M Staff. OSCAR W. PATTERSON New Philadelphia, Ohio Economics, Sociology Sphinx. MARJORIE PEACOCK Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Elementary Education F.A.D., Choral Society, Swimming Club. ELIZABETH ANNE RALSTON Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Music Athala, Band I, 2, Choral Society I, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 2, 3, 4, lnterclub Council 3, A Cappella 3, 4 S.A.l. 4. SHIRLEY E. REDMAN Zanesville, Ohio Music Athala, Band I, 2, Choral Society 'l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, S.A.l. 3, Pres. 4. RUTH REYNOLDS Butler, Pa. Home Economics Wawyin, Band I, 2, Girl's Glee Club, Home Ec. Club 3, 4, W.A.A. l. JANE RITCHIE Pittsburgh, Pa. English F.A.D., W.A.A., Girl's Glee Club l, Sigma Tau Delta, B81M 3. PATRICIA V ROOT Youngstown, Ohio Elementary Education Delta, Muskingum Players 'l, 2, 3, A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club I, 2, 3. MARY KATHRYN RUST Mansfield, Ohio Elementary Education F.A.D., W.A.A. Board l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Board 2, 3, Gospel Team 'l, 2, Social Committee 2, B8fM 3, Muscoljuan 2, Cwens, Senior Wom- en's Honorary. JOANNE SAYRE Barnesville, Ohio Elementary Education Wawyin, Freshman Y.W.C.A. Cab- inet, A.C.E. 3, 4, Choral Society I, 2, Social Committee 4, W.A.A. Board 4. 95 37 DALE EUGENE RICE Newcomerstown, Ohio Psychology Mace, Football I, Track I, 2, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Student Counselor 3, Class Vice-Pres. 4, B81M Staff 4, Muscoliuan 4. ROBERT WILLIAM ROBERTS Youngstown, Ohio History Mace. HUGH K. ROSE South Kortright, New York Speech Ulster, O.X.E., Life Service l, 2, 4, Forensic Club, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, Sophomore Cabinet, Sigma Tau Delta, Mooseye Editor 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, M Club. GLENDON K. SAULTZ Buffalo, Ohio Biology Stoic. HERBERT E. SCHREINER Detroit, Michigan English Ulster, Life Service l, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4, Student Counselor 3, 4, O.X.E., Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Sigma Mu, Forensic Club. DALE SCOTT Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Economics, Business Administra- tion Stag, B8iM Managing Editor 3, Busi- ness Manager 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, Junior Play. ROGER J. SHAFFER Cumberland, Ohio History Stoic. HUGH ROBERT SHUTTLEWORTH Columbus, Ohio Physical Education Stag, Social Committee, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, M Club, Honesty Com- mission. WILLIAM SPONSELLER Wellington, Ohio Biology Alban, O.X.E., Sophomore Cabinet, Phi Mu Alpha, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Student Counselor, Football 'l, 2, Choral Society, A Cappella, Baseball l, Seiuna Co-Chairman, Student Council 4. ROBERT L. STEVENSON Hubbard, Ohio Geology Mace, M Club, Football 2, 3, 4, Pre- Med Club. SENIORS 38 KATHLEEN SHACKLEFORD New Philadelphia, Ohio Music Wawyin, S.A.l., Choral Society, A Cappella. SHIRLEY SHELLITO Grove City, Pennsylvania Home Economics Kianu, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3. JOAN SPILLMAN Chandlersville, Ohio Home Economics Delta, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Judiciary Board 3, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, W.S.S.F. Co-Chairman, Senior Women's Honorary, Pres. 4. ANDREW STEVE Uhrichsville, Ohio Social Studies Mace, M Club, Football 2, 3, 4. TOM STIERS Salesville, Ohio Elementary Education Alban. ARLIN B. STILL Caldwell, Ohio Geology Alban, Theta Gamma Epsilon 4. FLOYD G. STINE New Philadelphia, Ohio Economics Alban, Phi Mu Alpha, Track 2. BARBARA ELLEN SWARTZ Carbandale, Illinois Music Kianu, Band, Orchestra, A Cappel- la, Gospel Team, Sigma Tau Delta, Senior Women's Honorary. ROBERT LOREN THOBURN Cadiz, Ohio Philosophy Ulster, B8tM Staff 'l, 2, Editor 3, Muskingum Players T, Student Council 3, Debate 2, 4, Forensic Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Student Coun- selor 3, Alpha Sigma Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, O.X.E. 2, 0.0.0.0. 4, Who's Who, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, Gospel Team 1, 2, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4 DONALD TOWNSEND Steubenville, Ohio Economics Alban, Band 'l, 2, Orchestra 'l, 2. 195 1 ,',P15'W " iffffg, ff., it ly ,nf 0' 39 ELIZABETH STINE New Philadelphia, Ohio Elementary Education THOMAS D. SWAN Cambridge, Ohio Biology Alban Pres. 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4- A Cappella 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha l 1 I 2, 3, 4, Freshman Play, Debate l, Senior Class Ofificer, Senior Play- Muskingum Players, Pre Modern Language Honorary 4, Who's Who. JACK ALBERT SWINDERMAN Dover, Ohio Physical Education Stag, M Club, Basketba Drum Major 'I, 2, 3. MYRON TIMKEN Newark, New Jersey Biology Sphinx, Choral Society Orchestra 3, Phi Mu Alp ll 1, 2, 3, 4, 'l, Band 3, ha 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Pre-Med 3. MARJORIE TRUMBULL Belle Center, Ohio Elementary Education Delta, Glee Club, A.C.E., W.A.A. -Med Club, SENIORS JOHN MCWREATH VALENTOUR McDonald, Pa. Geology Stag, M Club, Track 'I, Theta Gamma Epsilon. JOHN WEST Coshocton, Ohio Business Administration Mace, Basketball T. MARIAN FERGUSON WILLIAMS Salem, New York Home Economics Wawyin, Debate I, International Relations Club 2 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Home Ec. Club 3, 4, Gospel Team 2, 3, Cheerleader I, Sophomore Play. MARY ELIZABETH WILLSON Richmond, Indiana Elementary Education Kona, Band, Girl's Glee Club, W.A.A., Muscoliuan Staff 2, 3, Choral Society 2. MARTHA ANN WILSON Cambridge, Ohio Physical Education RUTH ZERGER Wooclstield, Ohio Sociology Wawyin, Muskingum Players 'I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Play, GirI's Glee Club 3, Inter-club Council 4. BARBARA JANE WEEKS Pittsburgh, Pa. English F.A.D., Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 2, Muscoliuan 2, 3, BSIM I, Board ot Control 3, Junior Play, Mooseye Editor 3. DEAN WHITE Zanesville, Ohio Mace, Varsity Basketball, M Club. ROBERT WILLIAMS Alexandria, Ohio Mace. ERNESTINE L. WILSON South Loive, Ohio History Athala, Pres. 4, Cwens, Band 2, 3, lnterclub Council 4. RICHARD ZAUGG Coshocton, Ohio Physical Education Mace, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, M Club. ww'-' A' -TJ" 4 .f- E JUNIORS Juniors have dual personalities. Half of the time they behave in a very sophomoric manner, the other half they spend practicing dignity. And all of the time they are dashing frantically around campus, pursuing some obli- gation and bemoaning the fact that they have so much to do. We do, too, as you can see from our activities record this past year. First of all, we sponsored an appearance of Elliot Lawrence and his orchestra. He arrived on campus on January 8th, blown in by a blizzard. After that came our successful and entertaining variety show in January, and our "Hic-Hop" in March. Of course, all these proiects had an objective which became evident the night of April 20th. That night we l OFFICERS President., cc,. ,,c,c Shorty Ruth V. President. c,,. , Bob Wilson Secretary c,,c, ,c,,.,,c C elia Hill Treasurer . c ,c,,,, Paul Hutchens presented our biggest achievement-"Opus in Pastels"- our Seiuna. That was really a dance! Another of our responsibilities and further proof of our amassed abilities was the publication of this Muscoliuan. When they want things done around here, they ask a iunior, even so far as to furnishing beauty for various occasions. Of course, we had our own class queen and her attendants, but we also provided the court for Home- coming Day. We also were active in the campus elections in the spring. lt has all been very interesting. Guess we are ready now to assume that senior standing. Irene Adams Margaret Alder Glenford, Ohio Daniel Anderson Pittsburgh, Pa. Ruth M. Antram Bowerston, Ohio JUNIORS Parma, Ohio David Anderson Canton, Ohio Scott Armstrong New Kensington, Pa. I fn Q2 1 lf I 1 i.., ,,., . . ... Janis Ashdown Ruth Backstrom BuFFolo, New York Kenmore, New York Cynthia Baldwin Robert Bates Urbana, Illinois Cumberland, Ohio 43 , 2? F JUNIORS - Jerry Beaber Duane Bell New Philadelphia, Ohio New Concord, Ohio Robert Bennett Jane Boggs Cambridge, Ohio Akron, Ohio Janet Boyer Richard Brandt Wadsworth, Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Y Robert Brawley Miriam Bricker Gastonia, North Carolina Cambridge, Ohio John Brosius Robert Brown Aspinwall, Pa. Struthers, Ohio 44 James Bruder McKeesport, Pa. Jean Campbell Beaver, Po. Jack Crites New Concord, Ohio wifi 1952 l Danny Butler Dresden, Ohio Ann M. Coulter Allison Park, Pa. - 1 l l 1 C T I David Cullen - "Ai"' Butler, Po. V Q , 5 if i 1 1 Dorothy Culp James Curran Wayne, Pg, Kittanning, Pa. Frank David Dauria Kathleen Denny Cambridge, Ohio Cambridge, Ohio 45 4 JUNIORS Patricia Denton Virginia Donaldson Akron, Ohio Gibsonia, Pa. Dean Dudley Donna Jean Durigg Cumberland, Ohio Belmont, Ohio William Edmonds Mary Jean Ellington Cambridge, Ohio Silver Spring, Maryland Lynn Eyrich Paul Fahringer Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Joyce Ferguson Richard Ferguson Columbus, Ohio Buffalo, New York , 46 George Folliart West View, Pa. William Garton Huron, Ohio Barbara Geyer Pittsburgh, Pa. 1952 Joy Fulks Frazeysburg, Ohio Patricia George Bridgeville, Po. William Geyer Norwich, Ohio i Richard Giffen Earl Gilkey Youngstown, Ohio Allison Pork, Pa. Vivian Goddard Archie Haberlein Aledonia, Ohio Gibsonia, Pa. 47 JUNIORS Alice Haley Pittsburgh, Pa. Barbara Hari' Warnock, Ohio William Harvey Springdale, Pa. Frank Helman Frances Henderson Irwin, Pa. Cambridge, Ohio Jacque Hetrick Celia Hill Medina, Ohio Kitchel, Indiana 48 Frank Hare Laurel Gardens, Pa Thomas Harfung Butler, Pa. Marion Hasson Mc Keesport, Pa. 1952 Joann Elinor Hostetter Paul Hutchens Smithville, Ohio Canton, Ohio Fannie Mae Hutchison Harold Hutchison Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton, Ohio Catherine Jamieson Bonnie Lou Jirles Oakland, California Cambridge, Ohio Martha Johnson Flushing, Ohio Kurt Kinclle Cincinnati, Ohio 49 Marilyn Johnston Buffalo, New York William Kreienberg Floral Park, New York JUNIORS Joanne Kurtz Robert Lawrence Dayton, Ohio Crooksville, Ohio Edana Leach Isabelle V. Leasure Akron, Ohio Adamsville, Ohio Russell Leonard Ervin Leonhard White Plains, New York Uhrichsville, Ohio Patricia Lewis Margaret Lobaugh Wellsville, Ohio Tulsa, Oklahoma Joan Lofstrom Suzanne Lotze McKeesport, Pa. Canfield, Ohio 50 Meg McArn Pittsburgh, Pa. Mariorie McCall Reynoldsburg, Ohio Crawford McCoy Emlenton, Pa. si 2 Y ,I 1 5 s M -' -.9351 . .-f2-2'r,. ,gi .5 F9 pg " , :':f:'2p: - - ' , ,: gi I' i.1:5,, ,::: A . A S -' A 4 f A 1952 Sarah McBride Avalon, Pa. Mary McClure Cleveland, Ohio Robert McCullough Claysville, Pa. Mary Ann McCune Sara McDonald Evans City, Pa. Avalon, Pa. Bertie Mae McElroy Allen McFarren Steubenville, Ohio Canton, Ohio 51 JUNIORS 1 , 4 , i 4 l i Q J James Matthews John Mayhew Steubenville, Ohio Toronto, Ohio pete, Metro Elizabeth Miller St. Clairsville, Ohio Toledo, Ohio William Mclntire William McKenzie Uniontown, Pa. McKeesport, Pa. Rosemary McMiIlen Barton Mansill Cambridge, Ohio Plainfield, Ohio Shirley Markley Gene Mast Bethany, W. Va. Lakewood, Ohio 52 Dorothy Milligan Frank, Po. Richard Moore Flushing, Ohio Joan Mosser Canton, Ohio 1952 Margaret Monroe Toledo, Ohio Pegge Lou Morehead New Concord, Ohio Barbara Mullen Cincinnati, Ohio Lemoyne Meyers Jewett, Ohio Joann Neiser E. Liverpool, Ohio 53 lu Neale Pittsburgh, Pa. Carolyn Nichol Indiana, Pa. JUNIORS Jo Nichols Lancaster, Ohio Norma O'Brien Erie, Pa. Doris Palmer E. Fultonham, Ohio William Phillippe Ruth Pierce Pittsburgh, Pa. New Concord, Ohio Don Pinhey Arnold Plum Youngstown, Ohio McKeesport, Pa. 54 Barbara Novosul Blawnox, Pa. James Osborne Cleveland, Ohio James Parrish Coshocton, Ohio 1952 Judy Praker Shirley Price Kenmore, N. Y. lngomar, Pa. Harold Prugh Phyllis Ramsay New Concord, Ohio Powhatan Point, Ohio Nolaiean Rankin Pat Ransbottom East Liverpool, Ohio Roseville, Ohio S . i ,. in . 5 . . 4 W i ,.,.,,..:--i'i ' BN" Roberta Roberts June Rodgers Pittsburgh, Pa. Steubenville, Ohio Lee Rosemond Burt Rosik Scarborough, N. Y. Scardale, N. Y. 55 JUNIORS Sally Royal Clarence Ruth Syracuse, N. Y. Bill Scheuerle Irwin, Pa. Donald Simon Deane Smiley Youngstown, Ohio Orange, California Elizabeth Smith Ralph Smith Butler, Pa. ' Mt. Vernon, Ohio 56 Nancy Russell Youngstown, Ohio McKeesport, Pa. Robert Sawyer Syracuse, N. Y. Dorothy Shields Independence, Ohio Verna Smith Virginia Snyder Adamsville, Ohio Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Bob Spencer Joan Steele Medina, Ohio New Concord, Ohio Theophan Steve Larry Stevenson Sebring, Ohio Butler, Pa. 1952 Robert Stillwell Mary Stormont Zanesville, Ohio Zenia, Ohio Gerald Sturtz George Swan Coshocton, Ohio Cambridge, Ohio 57 JUNIORS 4 '. Q Rosemary Sweet gg, f 2 'ge' "" f Robert Taylor Bethesda, Md. Norma Thomas Fresno, Ohio Durham Center, Conn. Herbert Taylor Tunnel Hill, Ohio Leonard Thomas Cambridge, Ohio Ruth Ann Thompson Adamsville, Ohio Kenneth Vasey Hubbard, Ohio Douglas Vertigan Syracuse, N. Y. Jose Vazquez Puerto Rico William Vetter Pittsburgh, Pa. Henning Von Salmuth Heiderberg, Germany 58 Mildred Vorhis Coraopolis, Pa. Janice Wachter Youngstown, Ohio Ralph Washburn Huron, Ohio . 'V AIII I QII 1 it twin E ',,: i 1952 Kenneth Wable Van Wert, Ohio Richard Warrender Syracuse, N. Y. Dale Weizenecker Sebring, Ohio 'Y' 595 Y' M51 Sm W , My gr ,2., ,: .- qwiggff Kathleen White Barbara Wieancl Belmont, Ohio Walton N Y Joyce Williams Robert Wilson Sebring, Ohio Rockaway N J 59 William Yaggi New Philadelphia, Ohio And G.P.R.'s Go Down SOPHOMORES It has been said that a sophomore can be recognized by his "sleep, where art thou" eyes. Actually, he is merely passing through that stage between blissful freshman ignorance and the hard reality of campus life, which hits one soon after the beginning of this second year. The Sophomore is eager to become "someone on campus" and sets his goals high. To achieve these goals, he tackles jobs which no one else wants to do and is eventually swamped with extra activities. It does not take long for OFFICERS President . , ,Bill Fischer V. President, , ...Joe Palmer Secretary ,.,,, H ,,Betty Taylor Treasurer H H Dave Fee these ambitious students to come to the realization of the fact that there are no more than twenty-four hours in one day. The Class of '53, however, has survived the ordeal of life as college sophomores as well as they did as freshmen. At the present time, each one is looking forward to the three months of summer vacation, but he is also viewing with enthusiasm the prospect of the days when he will be called a Muskingum College Junior. SCPHOMORES 62 Philip Allen, Doris Alloway, Ross Alwine, Jane Anderson, Robert Archer Thomas Arter, David Ayers, Marita Baatz, Katherine Baldridge, Ruth Barclay Mary Jane Barrick, Barbara Beards- ley, Nancy Bell, William Berlin, Cecelia Bersch James Bichsel, Virginia Bichsel, Ned Bixler, Marilyn Bolam, Janet Bond Gerry Bowdler, Pat Bower, Clair Brew- er, Margaret Brown, Rowena Brown Robert Bryant, Franklin Butler, George Carson, Patricia Carson, Lindsay Carter Joyce Chorman, Louis Ciccone, Har- man Clark, Sidney Conger, Joanne Conley John Conley, June Conrad, Phyllis Corne, Joyce Cosby, Marilyn Cottle Richard Cowden, Dorothy Culbertson, Wayne Cunningham, John Currie, Dorothy Dallas June Davis, Janet Deterding, Rees Dil- ger, Ramona Dutro, Doris Engelhardt David Fee, James Felumlee, Lois Fer- guson, Helen Finley, William Fisher John Floyd, Richard Forsythe, Char- lene Foster, Carol Fox, Ruth Fulton 1953 63 41 SOPHOMCRES 64 Richard Gingher, David Gordon, Jane Gordon, Dale Graham, Joan Graham Ruth Gray, Sara Harshbarger, Chris- tine Hartman, Anne Hathaway, Jo- anne Headley Donald Heitman, Robert Hewston, Harry Hill, Hugh Hilty, Louise Hogue Joe Hutchison, Paul Hutchman, Flor- ence Jeffrey, Norma Jones, Dick Kanavel Lawrence Kast, Eleanor Keller, Kath- leen Kelly, Ellen Kennedy, Lois Kern Margaret Kier, Patricia Klepfer, Nancy Knight, Uldis Knochs, Helen Kuver Betsy Larson, Robert Larson, Bruce Lyne, Jean McBride, Anne McDowell Joanne McFadden, Owen McGraw, Norma McGuire, Beverly McNeely, Sara McQuigg Nancy Meyer, June Michael, Cath- erine Mizer, Suzanne Montag, Charles Montague LaDonna Moore, Mary Elizabeth Moses, Duane Murdock, Velma Myers, George Nakama Charles Nichols, Chester Norstrom, Joanne Oellig, Nancie Orr, Joseph Palmer Nancy Parks, Marshall Peterson, Dean Pfoutz, Ronald Pissocra, Phyllis Polen 1953 65 SCPHOMCRES 66 Myrta Pollock, John Rankin, Philip Reed, Marilyn Resler, Charles Roller Nancy Ross, Raymond Ross, Raymond Schember, Charles Schoeppner, James Seevers Barbara Sellen, Duane Shearer, Caro- lyn Shellito, Marilyn Shellito, Thomas Shields James Sims, Lewis Sivard, Boyd Smith, Raymond Smyth, Charles Spoon Harold Steele, Joysan Stetty, Maxine Stewart Raymond Stipes, Don Stokes, Ray- mond Stringer, Marty Stuart, Carolyn Swarner Mildred Tanner, Ann Taylor, Betty Taylor, Virginia Tunison, Elizabeth Wallace Robert Walker, LaVerne Watson, Nancy Wellendorf, Jeanne Williams, Shirley Williams Robert Woodruff, Thomas Wright, Mary Lou Wright, Alfred Wuthrick, Margaret Wyler Carol Yinger, John Yoder, Linda Young 1953 67 ,mms 1, ..., 1 , . , . I . x , 1 1 2 an L- 5 Q 3 . 1 xf 21, wx 6, G"'l,kfg,tAw.f,1Z Q I xv FRESHMEN It is the "top of a good year" which we freshmen want to remember. At a backward glance, we found ourselves bewildered individuals in a new world which we did not completely understand, but as the year quickly passed we felt drawn into new activities and highlights. Engineering "big deals" with the upperclassmen, we, the freshman class, assumed our position as a functioning group on campus. Second semester brought in a new set of officers and leaders, proving the versatility of the class. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President Ralph Parks V. President . Ron Marmaduke Secretary e,e, , Norma Adgate Treasurer , .Mary Lou Eades SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President Ron Marmaduke V. Presidentm, Ron Royal Secretary Virginia Collingsworth Treasurer ,, , ,,,,, Barbara Johnstin The excitement and anxiety of club rushing brought a bit of spice into our college careers. One of the biggest highlights of the year was the migration from battered Fort Muskie to luxurious Memorial Dormitory-the pride of the freshmen men. We feel we've macle a wonderful entrance into our college careers, and we are now ready to become honored "uppercIassmen" . . . and our . . . Memories are treasures No one can steal. FRESHMEN 70 Norma Adgate, Carol Anderson, Gene Apple, Arthur Armstrong, Howard Arnold. Charlotte Baird, Miriam Beaber, Mar- tha Beatty, Margaret Bischo'FF, Bar- bara Blanchard Richard Bloom, John Bohn, Charles Bolendar, Betty Boswell, Jeanne Boyd Kathryn Boyer, James Bradley, Caro- lyn Brandt, Janet Brown, Wilma Butt Janet Butte, Rhoda Compbell, Sheldon Campbell, Carol Carlson, Joan Caughey Lois Cheney, Nick Chopich, Elizabeth Clark, Thomas Clendaniel, Jerome Cogdell Virginia Collinsworth, Patricia Cooper, Robert Cowden, Mary Ann Craft, Craig Delzell Ann Dentzer, Barbara DePuy, Martha Dickerson, Suzanne Dixon, Jeannette Dotson Bonnie Duhamel, Robert Duitch, Edgar Dupler, Mary Lou Eades, Myrna Ekey Robert Elliott, William Emlich, Tom Evans, Ivan Farrah, Barbara Farris Sarah Fenton, Jean Finney, Mirian Fitch, Robert Floyd, Galen Frame Janette Gordon, Harry Graham, Con- stance Grandy, Daniel Gray, Barbara Green FRESHMEN 72 Donald Gritman, Juanita Gudgel, Roy Hales, Charles Hall, Ronald Hammer Delmar Hannah, Grace Harclerode, John Harrigan, Fern Haugfon, Mar- Tha Hawthorne Richard Hein, Nelda Heitman, Richard Hershberger, Virginia Hoag, Kanwa Hokama Marilyn Hood, Jeanne Horrisberger, Shirley Horst, Carol Hughes, Richard Humphrey Boonyasakdi Jaiiongkit, Dwight Jef- frey, Edwin Johnson, James Johnson, Jeanne Johnson Richard Johnson, Barbara Johnstin, Gail Joseph, Margaret Kemple, Mar- jorie Kettlewell 1954 Betty King, Margaret Kirby, Carl Kopp, Herbert Kraft, Julia Krichbaum Nancy Lou Lannert, Wilma Larkey, Darrel Larrick, Caroline Leech, Wayne Lenke Pat Lewis, Alonzo Lindsey, Mary Linn, Agnes Long, Margaret Lowery William Lowry, Mabel Lum, Mollie Lutz, Anna Lyon, Maxine Lyons Lola MacAllister, Wesley McBride, Betty McClure, Robert McDorman, Arthur McFeaters Duane Mclnturf, James McKibben Donald McMinn, Ronald Marmaduke, William Marshall 73 FRESHMEN 74 Edward Mathias, Barbara Meckler, Marilyn Meeth, Wendell Metz, Dorothy Miller Larry Miller, Vincent Miller, Donna Mintier, Charlotte Miskimen, James Mitchell Annette Monroe, Emy Lou Montgom- ery, James Moss, Richard Mueller, Barbara Nagel Janice Nauman, Mary Nelson, Nancy Nolin, Ralph Parks, Betty Patterson Hughina Peterson, Edith Pfetterle, Wil- liam Philips, Joyce Phillip, Alice Poellot Myron Porter, Carol Potter, Sara Procious, Betty Rankin, Mary Redmond Ellis Reed, Exie Reed, Dean Reeder, Joanne Reynolds, Lois Rice Jacqueline Richards, Lynne Rike, Ann Ringer, Marjorie Roberts, Virginia Robinson Donald Roe, Edgar Rohrer, Ronald Royal, William Salisbury, Carl Schaff- hauser Robert Scott, Jean Sears, Diana Seat- on, Joseph Sekel, Richard Shaw Elizabeth Sherwood, Carole Shively, Dale Shriver, Betty Simpson, Michael Slattery William Sleppy, Marty Snyder, Mary- nell Snyder, Bonnie Soderstrom, Phyl- lis Sohn 1954 75 FRESHMEN 76 Martha Spencer, Shirley Stake, Sue Stanchina, Marla Steward, Alice Stoner Barbara Stull, Robert Summers, Geor- gina Sundheimer, William Taylor, James Taylor Margery Thomas, Dwight Troup, Mar- garet Truman, Mariorie Wallace, James Way Jesse Weber, Elaine Whiston, William Williams, James Wilson, Kay Wilson Shirley Wollam, William Wymer, Joan Youst Makoto Yasumura, Ryoko Yotsumoto, Charles Zeese I. Following our Con- ference winning teams comes this band of loyal stu- dents, faculty, alum- ni, and townspeople -unifying our com- munity for the best in sportsmanship. 1 ' is W ls. miffiwif ""' "" ' . , 7 gg is ff lk gg YE Q SPORTS f p sk 1 s 1 H648 " ' gum 'V A iii ggi 'MW ww nv W :,.',ZI1"" f 'Fla 55. W . Wlf-5' :,,'.5 .ww Q, , Wisxgmwg wk 5 wk 5 COACHES McCoy Mariner, Paul Adams, Ed Sherman, "Spud" Kruzan The four-man board of strategy pictured below has led Muskingum to two Ohio Conference championships. This year marks Muskingum's 55th year of intercol- legiate football and Head Coach Ed Sherman's sixth season as Muskie football coach. Ed was an outstanding quarterback at Newark COJ High and at Muskingum College where he was graduated in 1936. He coached at Newark and at Miami University. He has his master's degree in physical education from Ohio State. Mac Mariner, backfield, is also a Muskingum graduate. He starred in football, basketball and track in college. Paul Adams, backfield coach, is completing his second year on the Muskie staff. He was all-Ohio in basketball and football at Baldwin-Wallace in '42, He coached at Newark High before coming to Muskingum. Charles "Spud" Kruzan is line coach and handles the freshman football team. He is a graduate of Indiana State Teachers College, Indiana. GRIDMEN 'lst row: Bob Stokes, Bob Stevenson, Dick Zaugg, Don Dupper, Martin Jones, Ed Brownlee, Don Pinhey Ken Vasey Jacque Hetrlck Paul Bricker 2nd row Tom Maxwell, Brad Jeffers, Andy Steve, Bud Friesinger, Bob Lawrence, Jim Curran, Bill Watson, John Rlley Shorty Ruth Ken Wable Tom Harp 3rd row Gene Montague, Erv Leonard, Larry Swaton, Bob Bennett, Dick Caughey, Earl Gilkey, Ralph Smith, Al Wuthrick Earl Warner Harold Prugh 4th row Ned Stull Bob Sawyer, Ray Smith, Andy Dennison, Jim Sims, Bud Fetter, Ralph Sharrer, John South, John Floyd Lee Rosemand 5tl1 row Don Richardson Joe Hutchison Capitol , Heidelberg , Slippery Rock Wooster , Denison Marietta Case Otterbein SEASON'S RECORD Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum 67 47 27 Charles Kruzam, Ed Sherman, Mac Mariner, Paul Adams l 3 49 46 26 60 SENICR LETTERMEN Paul Bricker End Dick Caughey Guard Don Dupper Guard Bud Friesinger Center Tom Harp Quarterback Martin Jones Guard Tom Maxwell Tackle Andy Steve Fu l l back Bob Stevenson Tackle Dick Zaugg End On Saturday, September 30, the gridiron men of Muskingum started another season on the turf of McConagha Stadium here at New Concord. The unfortunates were a green eleven from Capital University who fell before the Muskies onslaught, 67-0. The next week saw hard work on the hill as Coach Sherman drilled his athletes in precision for their trip to Tiffin, Ohio where the Student Princes of Heidelberg waited for revenge. It was one of the hardest fought contests of the season with the determination of the Muskies making the difference which added another victory to their record. Then came Slippery Rock to challenge the vaunted Muskingum gridders, who soundly lashed the impertinents from Pa. 47-7, and ran their string to three victories against no defeats. Wow, and it t'was a sorry sight to see so many Scotsmen parting with their pence and pounds but they had known better than to bet against the Muskies who easily tromped the College of the Scots, 49-7. October 28 found the men of the Black and Magenta on the hostile grounds of the Big Red where during the first few minutes of the game Denison pushed over a T.D. and made good the extra point. Coming out of their huddle Sher- man's men saw RED and with conviction carried the fight to Denison for the rest of the game. Homecoming at M.C. found us playing host to the pioneers from Marietta to whom we were as courteous as possible considering they were massacred 46-7 by Muskingum's forward wall and fleet backfield. Then tragedy struck as Muskingum's team met defeat on a foreign field after a hard fought game against a heavier Case eleven. Otterbein was the last gridiron battle of the season and Muskingum's coach and team showed their mettle as they bounced back from the previous week's bruises and ran roughshod over their hosts at Westerville to end the season with a card marked seven wins against one defeat. RECORD Muskingum 69 Denison 43 Muskingum 82 Otterbein 45 Muskingum 74 Marietta 60 Muskingum 76 Youngstown 82 Muskingum 58 Mount Union 53 Muskingum 95 High Point 68 Muskingum 72 Kansas Wesleyan 62 Muskingum 53 Central Missouri 50 Muskingum 71 Case 69 Muskingum 82 Findlay 54 Muskingum 67 Miami fOhioD 73 Muskingum 71 Dayton 100 Muskingum 65 Youngstown 55 Muskingum 82 Ohio Wesleyan 61 Muskingum 77 Ohio University 59 Muskingum 86 Ohio Northern 42 Muskingum 94 Capital 47 Muskingum 109 Denison 49 Muskingum 66 Akron 59 Muskingum 82 Wittenberg 63 Muskingum 75 Heidelberg 70 Muskingum 88 Marietta 85 Muskingum 57 Mount Union 54 MID-WEST INVITATION TOURNAMENT This year Muskingum was invited to take part in the Mid-West tournament that was held at Terre Haute, Indiana. It was at this series of games that Muskingum won victories over High Point, Kansas Wesleyan, and Central Missouri, and copped the championship trophy. During the awarding of the prizes in the tournament festivities Tom Connor claimed the Most Valuable Player trophy and Jack Swindermann received the Most Popular Player award. BASKETBALL Not to be outdone by their football counterparts, the T950-5'l edition of Coach Mariner's Fighting Muskies' basketballers toppled twelve successive Ohio Conference foes, without a defeat, to ascend the Conference Cham- pionship throne for the first time in fourteen years. An over-all record of twenty victories against three defeats won Muskingum's cagers state and nation-wide acclaim. The Muskies opened the campaign with three straight victories over Conference opponents, Denison, Otterbein and Marietta, before bowing to Youngstown in the open- ing game of the Youngstown holiday tournament. The Marinermen recoiled to top Mount Union in the conso- lation game. Next came the Terre Haute Tournament. fContinued, page 873 Coach Mariner lst Row: Jack Swinderman, Tom Connor, Dean White, Don Hinten, Don Simon, Chick Mcllvaine. 2nd Row: Dan Butler, Ralph Washburn, Bob Shuttleworth, Bob Stokes, Charles Schoeppner, Phil Allen. 3rd Row: Bill Harvey fManagerD, Bill Geyer, Bill Gorton, Rex Kieffer, Dick Cowclen, Coach Mariner. B. B. LETTERMEN Dean White ,, 7,,,,, Forward Tom Connerm, ,7, ,,,,,, . Forward Jack Swinderman ,,7,, ,,,,, Guard Chick Mcllvaine ,,,,,, Guard Don Hinten ,dd, ,a,,,, C enter Bob Shuttleworth, G ,u,u, Center Don Simon ,,,,, ,, ,,,u, ,Guard Case and Findlay fell victims to the ever-improving Muskies, before they dropped a pair of contests to Miami, Ohio and Dayton University. The crack Dayton Flyers poured it on a stubborn, but outclassed Muskie five to avenge the previous season's defeat, that came after Dayton had won sixteen straight games and were bidding for national leadership. The Muskies rebounded to finish the season with an eleven game winning streak, evening the score with Youngstown in a return match and humiliating the Deni- son Big Reds, TO9-49, falling one point shy of an all-time single game scoring record. The Muskies withstood all-out ettorts of Heidelberg, Marietta and Mount Union in the final three games, to cop thrilling contests. Tom Connor was the Muskies' big scoring gun all sea- son, breaking three individual scoring records, netting 526 points for the season. Against Capital he scored 40 points, and averaged 22.9 points per contest. Muskingum's championship squad faces heavy grad- uation losses. Four of the starting five and two of the front-line reserves are seniors. From the first tive, the team will lose Tom Connor, Dean White, Don Hinten, and Jack Swinderman. Also graduating will be Bob Shuttle- worth, Chick Mcllvaine and Rex Kieffer. Coach Ed Sherman TRACK The T950 track season opened with a 64 to 63 win over Bethany College in the local stadium. The Muskie cindermen won nine firsts and swept tour field events to keep intact an undefeated string of dual meet victories which then entered the fourth year. Travelling to Capital, Muskingum outscored the home team 89-5f6 to 37-'If6. Clancey Biegler scored three of the Muskies' ten tirsts with victories in both hurdle races and the broad jump. Muskingum proved too powerful for two more oppon- ents in the first triangular meet by scoring 83M points to 63 for Otterbein and 6lV2 for Heidelberg. Don Pinhey, who is counted on heavily for the '51 season, was high scorer with twelve points for the afternoon. 'lst Row Porky Forgraves, Hugh Rose, Don Pinhey, Earl Jeffers, Ralph Sabock, Jerry Emich. 2nd Row Jim Milligan, Brad Jeffreys, Bill Cornwall, Dick Aicholtz, Clancey Biegler, Dick Zaugg, Jack King, Coach Sherman. 3rd Row Jerry Beaber, Martin Jones, Jacque Hetrick, John Harclerode, Wally Trepp, Earl Gilkey, John Vesco, Dick Giffen. 1950 Oberlin, eventual Conference champion, scored 85M points to defeat both Muskingum and Wooster. Earl Jeffers scored the only first for Muskingum's men by winning the 'IOO yard dash. Akron was easily defeated in a meet at New Concord, by a score of 75-5X6 to 5'l-lf6. Thrills were provided for the local fans by John Vesco who came just 9" short of the school shot put record and missed the discus record by 'l"lO" by hurling the plate l30'3". The season ended with a defeat at the hands of Deni- son, in which Vesco again won the shot put and discus. Oberlin captured the Conference crown on their home track as the Muskies placed seventh with 18 points. Seven of these were scored by John Vesco who placed second in the discus and third in the shot put. Biegler was nipped in a thrilling finish of the 120 yard high hurdles although he finished ahead of Denison's Shannon who had beaten him in every meeting for the past four years. Q? .yi L m 0 BASEBALL 1st Row: Jim Matthews, Thecphan Steve, Dave Walters, Bill Loveioy. 2nd Row: Shorty Ruth, Doug Vertigan, Jack Taylor, Larry Swaton, George Hawthorne. 3rd Row: Jack Brown, Harold Prugh, Carl Cassler, Erv Leonhard. 4th Row: Bob Dawson, Dan Butler, Paul Baxter, Chick Mcllvaine. Out of the 1950 baseball squad picture, shown above, shortstop Dan Butler, and outfielders Jim Matthews eight of these lettermen will form the nucleus of the 1951 Harold Prugh and Bill Lovejoy. team. These men are: pitchers Chick Mcllvaine and Bob These men will aid the squad in facing a fifteen game Dawson, catcher Dom Steve, first baseman Jack Taylor, schedule with the tops in Ohio Conference competition Coach Spud Kruzan 90 LAST YEAR'S RECORD Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Capital 14 Denison 4 Oberlin 11 Wooster 5 Otterbein 8 Capital 0 Ohio Wesley Denison 7 Marietta 1 Mount Union 0 Wooster 1 Kenyon 0 The Muskingum's 1950 tennis squad ended record of four wins and tive defeats. The wins chalked up against Capital, Ohio University, Bethany. The losses were to Kenyon, Akron, and Ohio University. This year, with only three of the Iettermen have as their schedule matches against Capital, Ohio University, Wittenberg, Wooster, Mount Kenyon. V, TENNIS their season with a for the season were Mount Union, and Otterbein, Capital, back, the Muskies Denison, Otterbein, Union, Akron, and S Coach Paul Adams fit C 5 Sid Jackson, Bruce Brackenridge, Tex Holmes-Lettermen remaining from the 1950 squad. 91 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Muskingum's freshman basketball team ended its T951 season with a record of three wins cmd four losses against other collegiate freshmen quintets and a five won, none lost record against independent cage squads. The team, which played preliminary contests before all home games, was comprised of Bob Archer, Wes McBride, Don McMinn, Herb Kraft, Dick Johnson, Larry Miller, Ron Marmaduke, Bob Duitch, and Ron Hammar. The team was coached by Paul Adams. GIRLS' INTRAMURALS We need two more for the basketball team. Do we have a volleyball game tonight? Would you life-guard Saturday morning at ten o'clock? l need a badminton partner. Behind these daily retorts lies the working of the girls' intramural program. Covering a wide variety of sports, the pro- gram attempts to reach every girl in the College. With the principal aims of fun and companion- ship as goals, the prerequisites are merely inter- est and attendance. "Fun for all, and all for fun," might be used as the motto for these feminine athletes. 2671 .. S? iff HCJMECOMING The co-chairmen of the mid-century home- coming this year were Doris Lee Raymond and Howard Lowery. First prize for the best fioat in the women's section went to the Konas for their theme, "Wash Marietta Right Out of Our Hair." The Mace took first prize for their fioat, "Marietta Massacre," in the men's section. Winning first prize in house decorations, the Albans presented "Cinderetta and Her Champion Steeds." THANKSGIVING FORMAL The gods and goddesses cavorted on November 18 when Greek mythology was incorporated as the theme. Doric pillars flanked the doorway, large pictures of Venus de Milo and Hercules graced the walls, a Greek garden with a realistic goldfish pond grew in one corner, and a light shown on the Acropolis as "The Merry Myths" danced on. During the intermission, refreshments were served and musical entertainment was provided by the Alban Quartet and Mitzie Cottle. Bob Larson and Jo Lofstrom were in charge of the "Don't Myth lt" formal and created a successful enchanted evening. Bill Yates provided the dreamy music and all the "miths" had 12 o'clock pers to dance with their young "gods," 98 Jil Lofstrom and Bob Larson Co-Chairmen CHRISTMAS FORMAL Snow Boll the theme of the Christmas formal kept up to date with the tlmes and deluge of our snowy wmter Listening to the vlolln music of Earl Summers he and his orchestra provided the music for dancing from 8 30 to Tl 30 In the Women s Gym Tall bushy silvery evergreens were Imported unto the gym and helped to create an outdoor wonderland The Christmas splrlt was continued when Ken Grace the M C Introduced Santa Claus and by means of Santas magnc sleigh we took a trap to other lands to see how Chrnstmas was celebrated The co chairmen for this event were Bobble Roberts and Bull Berlin Bull Berl n and Bobble Roberts Co Chairmen .. -"- , V, ---, , V -. Q.. ., 2 SENIOR QUEEN Marge Jardlne 9 BEYQ K ij' 1 Jean Bond, Marge Jardine, Doris Lee Raymond JUNIGR QUEEN 9 '2,flYf32. mlxxojr Court: Barbara Wieand, Jo Lofstrom, Celia Hill FRESHMAN QUEEN Q .5 5 li. 3 me J. -1 Norma Adgate J' Court: Jeanne Boyd, Norma Adgaie, Joyce' 103 9 324653. 0 o Nb E1 MAY DAY The college quadrangle became the center of activity as Queen Marilyn Hall reigned over the May festivities. After the processional, she was regally crowned by Maid of Honor Dorothy Christopher and attended by Jeanne Bond, May Louise Diehl, Jane Feldner, Marge Jardine, and Doris Lee Raymond. Then, we were given a glance into the dances and rhythms of our own country. Going from the "streets of New York" to the far west, we met the pioneer and the Indian. From the "dairy maids" of the north, we iourneyed southward to find the old "Colonial" and their happy "Negro" workers. Maine introduced us to the "sailors" who made her so famous. From these few examples, we were able to gain an insight into the actual heritage of dance in America. Yes, another Muskingum College May Day was here and is gone. But the pageantry, tradition, and meaning May Day-1950 which it holds will help us all to remember it. For the lovely queen and her court, students, faculty, alumni, and friends, May Day will hold meaning. QUEEN AND COURT-1951 Standing: Doris Lee Raymond, Marge Jardine. May Queen, Marilyn Hall Sitting: Maid of Honor Dorothy Christopher, Jane Feldner, Jeanne Bond, May Louise Diehl. MAY QUEEN Marilyn Hall What "buddies"! Example of typical Muskingumites . . . Suc- cessful year for Frosh-Soph Plays . . . looks "hempecked," doesn't he? . . . What do we have here? Wooster??? . . . The peppy cheerleading squad really led our teams to victory . . . An unfortunate Freshman receiving upperclass agitation .... we walk miles but have a grand time at the annual Frosh Picnic . . . Not studying, just a short "cat-nap." HODGE IH - is we D545 nv Papa disapproves of Mrs. Yoder's worldy ways . . . At the Christmas Formal we were entertained with a Russian PODGE Q :'f-.:.:1-fx "-" i -"" 3 is ui i P7 if if ,, ,.. Vg., 0, iw ,A "ti My i to 15 1 fic Q if. - is 235 4 ,sl In ax' v": . i P5 Wag Iggy 'FE ' we X ,Vt at "W-w-,mn , What's the matter, Jerry? Did we catch you in the act . . . Aw, Chick, help me carry my laun- dry case down street . . . please . . . Looks as if we've inter- rupted a world-shattering dis- cussion . . . Strolling home from class . . . does look like fun though . . . A day of trials and tribulations . . It looks like registration! SOCIAL CCDMMITTEE Providing diversified entertainment for the campus is Formals, plus many other social activities. the main objective of the All College Social Committee. The other main responsibility of the Social Committee Included in their events this year were the Moonlight Hike, is sponsoring open house in Brown Chapel Lounge and Sadie Hawkins Day Party, Thanksgiving and Christmas providing equipment for social functions. lst Row: Janet Bond, Doug Couter, Miss Meister, Paul Hutchens, Meg McArn. 2nd Row: Al McFarren, Bill Scheuerle, Gerry Bowdler, Chuck Nichol, Mary Deibel, George Cronin, .lack Bowen. 3rd Row: Nancy Knight, LaDonna Moore, Marge Gordon, Bob Woodruff, Sally McBride, Joyce Ferguson, Jo Sayre. 108 Chairman Doug Coulter Secretary Jan Bond Over a "Coke" plans are made and business is discussed. Getting the "info" from AI on how to run the record player. A rest home for tired students. Sadie Hawkins Day Party. Jia 1 A, ,sv Q if ev . ir , 3 1 52 if A 3 f Q 4 if ff M., . . 8 WW ,fl Q 'Vim' ANNA? ,4, ci its 14, Ii' QV. 'G C at Z 2 3 ,Ji 1 f. The above picture was taken the night "The Messiah" was given. Seated in front of the choral society are the four guest soloists and Mr. Bloom. MUSKINGUM CHORAL SOCIETY Every Monday night we find the Muskingum Choral Society meeting in Brown Chapel under the direction of Prof. John H. Bloom. This society, composed of T45 mem- bers is the largest musical organization on campus. Any student who is interested in singing can belong to this group. A stirring performance of Handel's oratorio, "The Messiah," was presented by the society accompanied by the college orchestra December 'lO. The other major per- formance of the year was Beethoven's C Major Mass presented on Mother's Day. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The maior choral group on Muskingum's campus is the A Cappella Choir. lts sixty-eight members were chosen by try-outs from the student body as a whole and only those who evidenced outstanding vocal ability were admitted. This group meets four times a week under the leader- ship of Professor John H. Bloom and assisted by the stu- dent director, Ruth Pierce. Its performances throughout the year included monthly chapel services, radio broadcasts, the Homecoming operetta, "Down in the Valley," and the spring concert which was presented on April 15. The main goal for each member of A Cappella is to be selected to go on the spring tour. This year the trip took them to the eastern part of the country and included such cities as: Canton, O., Springfield, Pa., Mt. Lebanon, Pa., Washing- ton, D. C., Philadelphia, Pa., Garden City, N. Y., Provi- dence, R. l., Walton, N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y., Buffalo, N. Y., and Beaver, Pa. 'Ist Row: Margaret Lobaugh, Betts Smith, Kathy Paullin, Pat Denton, Barb Geyer, Mitzie Jamison, Mr. Bloom, Marie Brown, Kathleen Shackleford, Jane Gorden, Rosie Gunn, Sally Blair, Sara McQuigg. 2nd Row: Betsy Larson, Mitzie Cottle, Janet Deterding, Ann Coulter, Shirley Redman, Ginny Donaldson, Anne Ralston, Ruth Pierce, Bar- bara Novosol, Barbara Wieand, Bets Wallace, Elizabeth Miller. 3rd Row: Ralph Kier, Jim Bichsel, Lemoyne Myers, Bill Berlin, Wally Nolin, Bob Spencer, Bill Philips, Dale Scott, Dale Stewart, Bob Walker, Bill Sponseller, Clair Brewer. 4th Row: Tom Lowery, Al Beal, Bob Cowden, Glen Noble, Bruce Lobaugh, John Kallenberg, Tom Swan, Dick Giffen, Howard Lowery, Larry McMasters, John Rankin, Dave Anderson, Leonard Thomas. BAND Sarah Fenton, Shirley Horst, cmd Janet Butte Our high stepping Drum major, Ross Alwine, leads the band. "Sing out . . , Muskingum ORCHESTRA Under the very capable direction of Mr. John Kendall, the Muskingum College Orchestra met each Monday evening to prepare for their various programs throughout this year. Their first appearance was at Homecoming as they played the background music for Down in the Valley. The Christmas Season brought forth the familiar strains of the Messiah. The focal point of the year's work came in the Spring with the presentation of the annual concert which featured "Beethoven's Eighth." In addition to these performances at Muskingum, the orchestra appeared in the Zanesville and Cambridge high schools. 113 GLEE CLUB The capable leadership of Mr. Donald Price has brought broadcasts. Its services to Muskingum included singing at the Muskingum Women's Glee Club to the end of another monthly chapel and presenting a Christmas program. successful year. The meetings were held every Monday and Thursday nights in the Y.M. Room of Brown Chapel, The omcers for this past year Were: where the girls gathered to develop ensemble singing, President ,,,,,ss, 7 ,, Ann Coulter l"0lnln9f Und "ePeT0"Y- Vice President, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,s,s,, S ally Blair This club not only presented programs on campus, but SeC"efC"'Y'T"e0'5U'e"f ff-f fffff P GQQY Monroe has toured neighboring high schools and made radio Accompanist ,sss, Marilyn Bolam 'lst Row: Peg Monroe, Anne Coulter, Mr. Price, Margaret Alder, Ginny Snyder. 2nd Row: Alice Poellet, Nancy Parker, Marilyn Bolam, Carol Hively, Charlotte Baird, Diana Seaton. 3rd Row: Janie Gordon, Martha Beatty, Rhoda Campbell, Hughina Peterson, Jo Caughey, Mary Wilson, Bertie McElroy. 114 MEN'S CHORUS "To You Muskingum," "Let Us Cheer, Cheer, Cheer," pearance before a very appreciative audience at Home- "Choo Choo Rah! Rah!"-These are some of the songs coming time. Once more the alumni heard the songs they which, though written almost three generations ago, are sang so often and loved so well. new lo lnls Yeerls College QVOUP- The men responsible for At Thanksgiving, the chorus sang at the annual Y.M.- the rebirth of these songs are members of the new Y,W.ThC,nk-Qf1fe,-ing Service. Muskingum Menls Chorus' The Muskingum Men's Chorus is under the direction of This group of twenty-tour voices made their first ap- the College Song Leader, Larry McMaster. lst Row: Lemoyne Meyers, Russ Leonard, Larry McMasters, Dick Forsythe, Frank Blandford, Bill Phillips. 2nd Row: Bob Brown, Duane Mclnturf, Chuck Nichol, Don Campbell, John Kallenberg, Jack Lindsey. 3rd Row: Clit? Young, Jim Manley, Dick Mueller, Dwight Jeffrey, Leonard Thomas. 115 MUSKINGUM PLAYERS Muskingum Players, for the past twenty-six years, has been promoting interest in the best dramatic literature and production on the campus. Dedicated to dramatic interest, the Players sponsor trips to see legitimate theatre as presented on the professional stage, and sponsor almost all the dramatic efforts on campus, both curricular and extra-curricular. The regular monthly meetings are presided over by the president, Ken Grice, and invitation to membership is offered each semester to those who have participated in one dramatic enterprise and enrolled in a second, or have participated in Junior Speech Recital, or Junior Play. 'Ist Row: Miss Johnson, Miss Moore, Ken Grice, Mrs. Layton, Mr. Layton. 2nd Row: Marty Borton, Ruth Zerger, Russ Leonard, Barb Weeks, Shirley Emhoff 3rd Row: Lemoyne Meyers, Billie Lewis, Paul Beatty, Olive MacKenzie, Starling Green Marilyn Ressler 116 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS National Collegiate Players is a fraternal organization calculated to give the students interested in drama the opportunity to establish relationships with national dra- matic enterprises. It accomplishes this through the Players Magazine which serves the educational theatre. lt gives the students insight into the development of new dramatic techniques and keeps them informed on educational theatre. lt is of particular value to those who expect to teach drama but is also valuable to those planning to make the theatre their career. Students become eligible tor this honorary dramatic fraternity through participation in such activities as acting, directing, stage management, original design, and other fields of drama. SENICDR PLAY 'lst Row: Billie Lewis, Kenny Grice, Martha Borton. 2nd Row: Miss Moore, Miss Johnson, Mr. Layton, Mrs. Layton, Shirley Emhoff. "Papa ls All"-a humorous character sketch of the lite of a Mennonite family as portrayed by Ken Grice, Shirley Emoft, Martha Barton, Hugh Rose, Shirley Price and Paul Beatty. OFFICERS President , ,,,, Dottie Christopher Vice President . Shirley Kimmel Treasurer, Jean McStea Secretary . ,,Kitty Baldridge 1stRow: Jean Campbell, Kitty Baldridge, Dot Christopher, Shirley Kimmel, Jean McStea, Doris Lee Raymond. 2nd Row: Marge Jardine, Lois Kohlhepp, M. J. Ellington, Ginny Donaldson, Gerry Bowdler, Milly Vorhis, Marge Gordon, Shirley Shellito, 3rd Row: Do Sayre, Phyl Lemrow, Kathy Kelly, Pegge Morehead, Barbara Wieand, Peg Kier, Sally Mc- Bride, Betty Eckoff, Pat Keiser. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women's Athletic Association was organized to help tennis, volleyball, and many other sports were also spon- its members make friends, have fun, and learn to play sored. The big event of the spring is May Day. the game. To do this, the organization sponsors a number , , , One of the main achievements this year was the of activities throughout the year. revision of the Constitution. This year the first event was a Sport Night held in October.. This was followed by square dances, dancing classes, the Aquacade, the dance recital, and Play Days with other schools. Tournaments in speedball, archery, These activities were successfully carried out under the leadership of President Dottie Christopher and advisors, Miss Irene Horner, Miss Edith Riley, and Miss Paula Keiser. OFFICERS President- Chris Orr Judiciary Board Chm.- Anne Griffith House Counseling Chm.- Margaret Lobaugh Treasurer- Celia Hill Secretary- Marilyn Resler 'lst Row: Phyl Lemrow, Miss Orr, Chris Orr, Ann Griffith, Miss Meister, Marilyn Resler. 2nd Row: Margie Lobaugh, Marty Cunningham, Betty Taylor, Ann Taylor, Celia Hill, Doris Lee Raymond, Joyce Ferguson Barb Geyer. WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES LEAGUE Throughout the year the Women's Activities League shows its versatility by sponsoring the Lantern Parade, Christmas Bazaar, the enioyable Coftee Hours, Fort Ex- changes, Mother's Day Program and other activities which Barbara Artuso President are sponsored as the occasion demands. Its serious side is shown in the cooperative effort it puts forth to promote and maintain high standards of intellectual and social life. Every Muskingum woman is a member of W.A.L. The entire program is carried on through the 'Functioning of several committees whose chairmen meet once a week with the executive board. The Judiciary Board, which enforces the social standard and the Dormitory Counselors are also important phases of the program. MUSCGLJUAN STAFF Bill Scheuerle Editor H T Dick Moore Business Manager With a new stat? taking over the annual at a late date, they tried their best to produce a Muscoliuan of which the students would be proud. The Mucoliuan tried to be a little diFFerent this year as they did not use a central theme or a specific dedication. Its main feature consisted of more snap pages and club pictures. The staff tried to picture the college lite as interestingly as possible and show the students participating in the outstanding activities. Under the leadership of Bill Scheuerle, Jean Campbell, and Ginny Donaldson, the staFF worked to produce a book that would be a part of the student's life and a remem- brance of his college days. lst Row: John Rankin, Dick Moore, Ginny Donaldson, Bill Scheu- erle, Jean Campbell, Bob Summers, Char- lene Foster. 2nd Row: Shirley Price, 3r Jim Parrish, Paul Fah- ringer, Ross Alwine, Bill Vetter, Harmon Clark, Bob Hewston, Bob McCullough, Fran Henderson. d Row: Donna Mintier, Sally McBride, Judy Pralcer, Doris Engle- hordt, Dean Smiley, Dole Rice, Barb Mul- len, Ruth Ann Thomp- son, Meg McArn, l l Editor-Bill Scheuerle. Photographer-John Rankin. Associate Editor-Jean Campbell. Aff Edlfol'-BC"'b Mullen- ASsis1,an!,Editor1Ginr1y Donaldson. Spglilggale Rice, Harman Clark, Bob Hewston, Dean Make-Up Staff-Pczul Fahringer, Ross Alwine, Bill Vetter, Typist-gywrlene Foster' Judy Pmker, Fran Henderson, Bob McCullough, Donna Mintier, Ruth Ann Thompson, Marge MCCQH, M69 MCAVN- Business Manager-Dick Moore. Literary Stat?-Shirley Price, Jim Parrish, Doris Engleharclt. Assistant Business Manager-Bob Summers. M"w4pg-ppp-w-ns" Zi 'fa H 121 'Y BLACK AND MAGENTA STAFF 'lst Row: Jean McStea, Dave Fee, Dick Ferguson, Dale Scott, Bill Berlin, Ruth Ann Thompson. 2nd Row: Paul Fahringer, Bob Hewston, Bill Vetter, Ross Alwine, Roy Hales, Dean Reeder, Dale Rice. 3rd Row: Carol Fox, Jean Campbell, John Harrigan, Bill Loveioy, John Rankin, Marge Brown, Sally McBride, Joyce Williams. With a reorganization of the staFF, the B8tM has tried to increase the service it gives the college community. Or- ganized so that each department independently knows its i iii,i, . R f ,,,r si Dick Ferguson Editor -lg responsibilities and carries them out without constantly being supervised, the paper has combined these groups into a smooth-functioning unit. This improved organiza- tion has resulted in better writing and more variety in the news presented. The editorial policy has been based primarily on the Christian attitudes with which we face life. The staff has attempted to stimulate thought on issues which concern the community without appearing to be biased. More pictures and new type faces have been used in an eFfort to improve the overall appearance of the paper. The stat? has continually tried to live up to the rigid jour- nalistic code prescribed of accuracy, speed and interest. Weekly Job Making That Deadline Last Minute Conference Dave's Steady Job Q-C:-ga 'H RELIGIGN Mcly Louise Diehl Bill Phillippe ,X , 14 '-Q? Fvqrfffap Y . U 1 - 1 ' F92 'LA . 1" T "'- - .. V+'-A . x1 1- , :Mr 4. . 4 , 1, 1 , . :. ,,4-Jfgzinj'-it-, I-My :nil it 1 ff: 151- f - ' f.5'f21Sf:.'f . .. Q iL.5'1- ' ':,,Q,-MT? , S 5 wg 5 ,f2'!7m-gf " f ' 5 :.. gf Q1 V, -- - ,-,, ,grain-Vv.'L.,: . . " ?' 'A' ' I - ' V -.1 Q. 54 3 ' A" A N U: r f, , fss-153. , , Q5 -A ' Y" f -?4'?5,:r,. ' ' 'N " '..' ff--2. 1- 5' i .4 self 1 6 :y ti 1 It - E V . -tif" 3 . j" 4 J' bf , '-ff " , -.V A ' -5151. ' v f " fag Qi- , f ' ' V : Q - Q . 1 . '2"C1iL'1 ' " fl? 5 Z 52' .f 'f', -- ' " . W532, ,fx 11349-df? M 126 M A . ' LIFE SERVICE By combining the old Life Service Devotional Group, Gospel Team, and Week-end Caravaning, a new organi- zation, Life Service, was formed. Through this activity, the leaders hope to unify some of the Christian activities on campus. The purpose of the group is "To know Christ and to make Christ known in all walks of life." Every Sabbath morning, the Devotional Group met in Brown Chapel. Members led the group in a devotional service under the chairmanship of Joanne Oellig. The Gospel Team conducted services in many churches near the campus and was under the direction of Nola Jean Rankin. The Week-end Caravaners, led by Frank Hare, visit a church on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, con- ducting services, directing recreational gatherings and helping in many ways. Eleanor Miller is President of Life Service and Dr. Milanovich is the faculty advisor. 'lst Row: Charleen Foster, Norma McGuire, Jackie Richards, Rosie Sweet, Verna Smith. 2nd Row: Norman Blosat, Joan Oellig, Jean Cogdell, Ross Alwine, Eleanor Miller, Frank Hare, Janet Bond, Nolaiean Rankin, Glenn Noble. 3rd Row: Ryoko Yatsumoto, Annette Monroe, Lou Lannert, Lois Kern, Kathy Jamieson, Doris Englehardt, Mary Louise Stormont, Gerry Bowdler, Louise Hogue, Milly Vorhis, Sally Miller, Lynn Johnson. 4th Row: Troup, Jo Mosser, Bertie McElroy, Myrna Ekey. Barbara Swartz, Lois Kohlhepp, Alice Stoner, Myrta Pollock, John Rankin, Sid Conger, Herb Schreiner, Paul Beatty, Dwight 7 Y. M. C. A. COUNCIL This year the YMCA laid the foundation of a Fellowship open to all male students and faculty men whose purpose is to strengthen the Christian atmosphere on Muskingum's campus. Under the leadership of Bill Phillippe the program took shape around a series of films and special speakers who were brought to the campus for the entire day. The annual "POW-WOW" and co-sponsored events such as the Winter Carnival and the Apple Blossom Festival were highlights in the year's social calendar. The sincere concern of the entire student body was demonstrated by their support of the annual White Gift Program and the World Student Service Fund drive. 'lst Row: Glenn Noble, Bill Phillippe, Dick Ferguson, Bill Sponseller. 2nd Row: Dale Rice, Herb Schreiner, Dick Giffen, Jim Clark, Jim Bichsel. Y. W. C. A. CABINET "We unite in the desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We determine to have a part in making this possible for all people. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him." This is the National Student YWCA's purpose, and this year at Muskingum we have tried our best to fulfill it. Our program has been varied, and it included spiritual meditation, parties for the orphans in neighboring com- munities, singspirations, and special holiday programs. The Winter Carnival, Pink Tea, and the Big and Little Sister projects were particularly successful this year. We also arranged for a Saint Patrick's Day Party with the Y-Teen group from the local high school. Y.W. is co- spcnsor of Spiritual Emphasis Week as well as the annual W.S.S.F. Drive, which, incidentally, went over the top this year. Our motto has been "Ambassadors for Christ." As a campus-wide organization, we strive for more creative living among the women of Muskingum. Each girl has a chance to do the committee work of her choice, and it is only through hard and faithful committee work that the girls find fellowship in working for and following Christ. 'Ist Row: Sally McBride, Dottie Loudon, Miss Thompson, May Louise Diehl, Jill Lofstrom, Mitzie Jamiesson. 2nd Row: Charlene Foster, Isabelle Leasure, Jo Mosser, Ruth Fulton, Gerry Bowdler, Chris Orr, Joan Spillman, Lynn Johnson. S CCIAL Jean Bond Bruce Breckenridge . ' 1- F9-11:1 A -- ' -V' gp' 61' f-':w: 1:. " A ,A .-ff . -is A 2 , ,.?:,,,, ws 'V s--K-Q, -- ' A-" 1- 2' "" f 'K lf CS X D' 3?-1. fi' , 4 -5 ff, 5 zfffj' 2 Va- ' . f "" -. ,f Q - -2 I pq - i , V' ri 9' V ,f ,, . lfgiff 1 - 651. f 1 f fps" ,N 'P A -, : -f r .. -V-zz, ' 5. ' w' 31325, . f gag! - "'f""3 iii' -' "3 P . WY ,- x. X ' A - ff' Grid . .. 5 V LL . ,.-y V "L iii' ,pierx lst Row: Tom Swan, Dave Gordon, Bruce Brackenridge, Dale Rice, Syd Jackson, Joe Hutchison. 2nd Row: Paul Hutchens, John Caldwell, Burt Slay, Frank Helman, Paul Beatty, Bill Phillippe, Ned Bixler. MEN'S INTERCLUB COUNCIL Under a new constitution, the Men's Interclub Council has two objectives for which to strive: to encourage club cativities and to promote a better spirit of friendship and cooperation among the social organizations. This year the council consists of the regular sophomore and junior representatives and the president of each club. In addition to these eighteen members there has been elected a president of the council who no longer represents any club. With Bruce Brackenridge presiding, the council meets once a month. The club presidents meet once a week to discuss club actions and policies with Dean C. W. Mc- Cracken as faculty advisor. The view that is always kept in mind of this representative body is the improvement of the social club situation on Muskingum's campus. ALBAN 'lst Row: Bill Scheuerle, Ross Alwine, Bob Spencer, Tom Swan, Jim Parrish, George Nakama, Jim Clark. 2nd Row: John Mowder, Tex Holmes, Don Townsend, Walt Davidson, Arlin Still, Carl Johnson, Tom Stier. 3rd Row: Wally Nolin, Glenn Noble, Ken Grice, Phil House, Ray Barkley, Lin Hatheway, Bill Sponseller. This year marked the twenty-fifth anniversary for the Alban Club. In the spring of 1925, twelve men gathered together to 'Form a new sociallclub which is now known as the Alban Club. It has been twenty-five years of prog- ress and achievements for the men of scarlet and gray with leaders in all fields ot campus life. Through the years the Alban Club has fostered a well- proportioned body of men who maintain the honors ot their club and their campus to the best of their ability at all times. The Alban Club strives continually toward the highest ideals in scholarship, music, athletics, leadership, and all other phases of college life. Well known for its musical talent, the Alban Club is especially popular with their excellent serenades. This year they were well-received with their tall minstrel serenade, Christmas program and spring serenade. PLEDGES 'lst Row: Gene Apple, John Bohn, Ron Hammer, Nick Yosumuro, Vince Miller. 2nd Row: Dick Bloom, Jesse Weber, Harold Hulchison, Herb Kraft, Jerry Cogclell, Duane Mclnlurf. 'lsf Row: Harry Hill, Don Anderson, Bill Kreienberg, Russ Leonard, Dave Gordon, Leonard Thomas, Paul Hulchens. 2nd Row: Gene Must, Scot? Armstrong, Jerry Beolber, George Swan, Louis Sivurd, Dick Roller, Bob McCullough, Tom Arfer. 3rd Row: Al McFonrren, Dick Worrender, Crawford McCoy, Dick GiFfen, Lon Kosf, Bob Elliott, Bill Berlin, Dove Anderson, Clair Brewer 133 MACE 'lst Row: Syd Jackson, Tom Maxwell, Don Kelly, Bob Grahner, Milt Patterson, Bob Dawson, Bill Loveioy, George Cronin, Bill Black. 2nd Row: Dick Ferguson, Fred Pritchard, Martin Jones, Howard Lowery, Bud Friesinger, Bob Roberts, Paul Beatty, Dick Caughey, Frank Dauria. 3rd Row: Don Pinhey, Bill Dentzer, .lack King, Wade Mack, Bob Stevenson, Dick Zaugg, Gil Hales, Don Dupper, Dick Lindsay. With the strength of the seven rods in the Mace symbol, which, when bound together cannot be broken, the Mace Club has completed another year. Its strength lying in the diversity of the types of men who are members, the club has had representatives in almost every phase ot out-of- class activity. The athletic teams, debate team, honories, student government, newspaper, YMCA and other com- mon interest groups have all had Mace Men among their number. The club has been consistently above average in its grades. The Mace Club has sought to serve the purpose of existing as a social club by presenting to its members a well-rounded social program of a hayride, annual Christ- mas lounge party, an all-college open house, spring formal at the Zanesville country club and the practice of open house on weekends with cards and dancing for members and their dates. The Mace Club has remained an integral part of the community. Its members feel the responsibility of seeing that the ideals of community citizenship are maintained in the club and onthe campus. f? Drug lst Row: Tom Evans, Chuck Bolender, Fred Garret, Dick King, Bob Summers. 2nd Row: Nick Chopich, Wes McBride, Dick Johnson, Jim Bradley, Jim Way, Roy Hales, John Harrigan. 3rd Row: Dick Hein, Bill Sleppy, Bob Floyd, Ed Dupler, Ed Mathias, Jack Lindsoy, Bcb Scott. lvan Farrah. PLEDGES 'lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: 4th Row: Bob Bryant, Sam Custer, Bob Bennett, Dean Pfoutz, Jim Sims, John Floyd. Dominic Steve, Ray Stringer, Bob Giffen, Wayne Cunningham, Chick Warner, Bill Evans, Jim Bichsel, Marshall Peterson, Chet Norstrom. Gerald Sturtz, Ron Pissocra, Dale Weizenecker, Earl Kilkey, Bob Sawyer, Harmon Clark, Rees Dilger, John South, George Carson. Tom Hartung, Archie Haberlein, Ray Smyth, Ralph Smith, Bob Hewston, Jim Matthews, Irv Leonard, Jack Conley, Gene Mon- tague, John Yoder. 135 SPHINX lst Row: Peter Metro, Bert Rosik, Duane Shearer, Russell Brown, Ronald Young, Charles Meyer, Oscar Patterson. 2nd Row: John Kallenberg, Lin Carter, James Cooper, Owen McGraw, Myron Timken, Robert Gilkey, Joe Hutchison, James Dawson. 3rd Row: Kurt Kindle, James Bruder, Don Mayer, William Mclntire, William McKenzie, Henry Gehle, Robert Woodruff, Frank Helman, George Patterson, Robert Brown. The Sphinx Club grew out of a boarding club known as the Sphinx Fort and took the form of a fraternity in l9lO. ln exercising the fraternal spirit for which the Sphinx Club strives, the men of Sphinx have raised the club from an active membership of one man during the war to its present status of active leadership in both outside offices and intramural sports. Since one of the primary objectives of the club is to train its members to live in a democratic society, the club has always attracted a cosmopolitan membership rather than favoring any one group or type. The Sphinx Club, this year, was under the leadership of Russ Brown. PLEDGES Bob M Do cm B ll Tclylo Hurd At Work STAG 'lst Row: Art Eaton, Harry Adcock, Arnie Plum, Paul Bricker, Bob Madgewick, Dale Scott, Rex KieH:er. 2nd Row: Larry Steveson, Jack Boak, Jack Valentour, Tom Harp, Dan Hutchman, Paul Baxter, Bill Cornwell. 3rd Row: Bob Shuttleworth, Don Hfnten, Don Simon, Shorty Ruth, Charles Dalby, Bill Geyer, Bill Harvey, Dick Lavie. The Stag Club, founded in 1909, has had a most such cessful year under President Paul Bricker, for in 1950 the dream of every Stag was finally realized. That dream was the new Stag House that now overlooks the stadium. Much could be said about the work and effort that made this possible, but suttice it to say that this new addition repre- sents the result of a never-dying spirit in the Stagmen both actives and alumni. As in the past the Stags have ofifered major contribu- tions to the athletic, scholastic, and social endeavors of our campus. Receiving a splendid group of freshmen, there is every indication that this club will continue to maintain its place on Muskingum's campus. W W PLEDGES lst Row: Tom Clendaniel, Bill Marshall, Clyde Holmes, Harry Graham, Del Hannah. 2nd Row: Ed Rohrer, Bill Wymer, Jim Taylor, Ralph Parks, Art Armstrong, Jim Wilson, Bill Zimmerman. 3rd Row: Dale Shriver, Wendell Metz, Dean Reeder, Ken Mohler, Dan Gray, Ron Royal, Bob Dietch, Bob Archer, Mike Slattery. lst Row: Hugh Hilty, Larry Miller, John Mayhew, Doug Vertigan, Dick Johnson, Bill Garton, Bob Lawrence. 2nd Row: Phil Allen, Bob Brawley, Jim Curran, Dave Ayers, Charles Schoeppner, John Riley, Paul Hutchman, Jerry Graham. 3rd Row: Bud Ross, Dean Smiley, Ken Wable, Gene Wright, Ralph Washburn, Harold Prugh, Dan Butler, Ned Stahl, Bill Yaggi 139 E TW ULSTER 'lst Row: Hinshaw. 2nd Row: William Fisher. 3rd Row: Bruce Lobaugh, High Rose, John Rankin. This, the third year, has been one of continued progress forthe Ulster Club. Under the able leadership of president Bruce Brackenridge, the club has become an important part of the campus. Many social activities were enioyed this year including house parties, the lounge party, and the formal dance. Richard Ollinger, James Manley, Uldis Knochs, Paul Fahringer, Bruce Brackenridge, Lawrence McMaster, Jack Brosius, Mr. Boyd Smith, Frank Hare, George McCredie, Douglas Coulter, William Philippe, Daniel Grcb, William Copeland, David Fee, Clifford Young, Charles Nichol, Frank Butler, Dale Stewart, Herbert Schreiner, William Vetter, Louis Englehardt, Robert Larson, 140 Club proiects, such as redecorating the downstairs ot the club house, were carried on. College activities were also supported as can be seen by the many Ulstermen in positions of leadership and by the participation of the whole club. This year the Ulster Club chose as their new faculty advisor, Mr. Hinshaw. PLEDGES ls? Row: Bill Salisbury, Roy Jones, George Demos. 2nd Row: Dwight Jeffrey, Dick Gingher, Sid Conger, Dick Mueller, Bob Cowden, Tom Lowery. 3rd Row: Kcmwcx Hokolmo, Don Campbell, Bill Philips, Ron Mczrmaduke, Ar! Mc- Feufers, Henning Von Salmuth, Doug Breckenridge. Is It Camouflage? Imported From the For East The Shocking Truth? Come One-Come All One of Those Lucky People OAK Rlbg J FXTEFSQQNS3 ZE: OX il l, 551845 W5 'vi I' Your . K Al CET DTR Q f lfgigr j Q V FRC, UANC1ix4g,ff KE AVN if Egsilaal N N STCIC 'Ist Row: Frank Blandford, Harold Steele, Robert Myers, Richard Brandt, Herbert Taylor, Duane Bell. 2nd Row: Ralph Kier, Robert Walker, Starling Green, Doran Garey, Ken Mallett, James Osborne, Don Gallogy. 3rd Row: Le Moyne Myers, Bart Mansill, Burt Slay, Gerald Saultz, Don Caldwell, Dick Forsythe, Robert Bates, Robert Stillwell,Jack Bowen. The Stoic Club was organized the spring of 'l9l8. Although the club name is derived from the Stoic philoso- phers of ancient Greece, the club began its existence in a house called the "Fools' Mansion." Year by year, the club has grown as more men have entered the bond and added their bit to the history of the club. The alumni association, first begun in l926, today has an active chapter of over 200 members. This year the group kept active in the redecoration of the "Castle on the Corner." The Stoics were capably led by Robert Myers. Charles Hall, Wayne Lenke, Galen Frame, Jack Currie, Marvin Orr, Ronald Jol-msc 'I42 The purpose of Women's lnterclub is to create coopera- tion, fellowship, good will and better standards among the six women's clubs on campus. Once a month meetings are held at various club houses where the members share in solving mutual problems of club life. lt is also within the power of this council to set up club rushing and bidding regulations for all the women's clubs. The group is composed of three members from each club which includes the president and two other repre- sentatives. Dean Cora L. Orr acts as the advisor for the group. Jeanie Bond serves as president of the organiza- tion, while Virginia Bichsel fills the secretary-treasurer position. WOMEN'S INTERCLUB CCUNCIL Ist Row: Ruth Zerger, Suzanne Lotze, Jean Bond, Ginny Bichsel, Phyllis Eckman. 2nd Row: Dottie Culbertson, Celia Hill, .lo Lofstrom, Dottie Loudon, Helen Finley. 3rd Row: Carol Fox, Joan Mosser, Mary Lou Gibson, Mary Elizabeth Moses, Jan Boyer, Kitty Baldridge. ATHALA 'Ist Row: Bets Smith, Jean McCague, Rosalie Gunn, Ernestine Wilson, Miriam Bode, Dotty Milligan. 2nd Row: Helen Allexsaht, Nancy Parks, Shirley Redman, Joanne McFadden, Mildred Vorhis, Mary Elizabeth Moses, .loan Mosser, Nancy Knight, Rosie Sweet. 3rd Row: Nola Jean Rankin, Mary Dovenbarger, Ruth Fulton, Shirley Markley, Kathleen Denny, Anne Ralston, Janis Ashdown, Barbara Novosal, Barbara Hart, Joyce Ferguson. A hearty welcome awaits you it you come to the big yellow house on West High Street which is the center of the activities of the Athala girls. Improvements on the house this year include redecoration and new bedroom furniture. Especially does the new club crest attract the attention of the passer-by. A gift of the Class of 1950, it appeared on the house at Homecoming and was dedicated at the formal initiation. Among social affairs, the Athalas also introduced Mrs. Lowell George, their new sponsor, to the campus. The traditional club birthday was celebrated with a "Sham- rock Shindig" at the grange on March 'I7. The Spring Formal, "Under the Stars," at the Cambridge Country Club, made the Athalas realize that another year was about to be completed. There remained . . . graduation. E f PLEDGES MorTl1o Beciify, Margie Keftlewell, Hughincu Peierson, Jeannette Dodson, Mcary Ann Croft "ln Athc:lc:'s sacred keeping . K. P. deluxe Happy Halloween! "Wishing Well" for you lH2f-' M A DELTA Ist Row: Suzanne Lotze, Carol Fox, Doris Lee Raymond, Mary Lou Gibson, Norma Gintz, Sal Hutchman, Fran Henderson. 2nd Row: Ann Taylor, Nancy Meyer, Dorothy McClelland, Cay Dunlevy, Pat Root, Marge Gordon, Judy Praker, June Ann Michael, Nancy Orr. 3rd Row: Sara Ann McQuigg, .loan Spillman, Trish George, Mitzie Merrick, Mitzie Cottle, Joysan Steffy, Bev McNeely, Helen Kuver, Miriam Bricker, Joyce Chorman, Linda Young. A spirit of togetherness characterizes the Delta Club. Centering their activities at the big "castle green and black," the Delts work and play, expressing their love and loyalty for each other and for their college. President Mary Lou Gibson was ably assisted by Doris Lee Raymond, vice president, Miriam Bricker, secretary, and Jo Spillman, treasurer. With their brand-new consti- tution operating well, and with the good advice of faculty sponsor Mrs. Dwight D. Balentine, the Delta girls really 6 feel that they have started a good program of self im- provement. A smattering of their activities include: win- ning second prize for house decorations at Homecoming, having representatives on the B84M, Muscoliuan, Aqua- cade, and at Scholarship Day. During the next year it is the Deltas' hope to come even closer to the high standards set by Muskingum College and their own club. 'lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: PLEDGES Marty Randall, Shirley Horst, Marty Spencer, Nelda Heitman, Koy Wil- son, Carol Anderson. .loetta Lyon, Barbara Nagel, Mil- dred Tanner, Mrs. Boggs, Jane Boggs, Jan Morehead, Emy Lou Montgomery, Marianne Mitchell. Pott Lewis, Jo Hostettler, Marla Jean Steward, Marianne Wolters, Betty McClure, Darrel Larrick, Gail Joseph. We're Singing for Joy "Ye Old Yulehcle Spirit" Sunday Best Down onthe Farm F.A.D. 'Ist Row: Pat Denton, Ann McDowell, Flo Jeffrey, Jean Williams, Mary Lou Wright, Shirley Williams, Kathy Kelly, Phyllis Eckman, Martha Johnson, Lois Doering, Betty Taylor, Anna Marie McClain, Marge Peacock, Jan Wachter, Joyce Williams. 2nd Row: Mary Ann McCune, Geneva Cook, Ginny Bichsel, Rowena Brown, Ruth Pierce, Barbara Weeks, Ginny Donaldson, Jean Camp- bell, Jan Boyer, June Davis, Norma Jones, Joyce Cosby, Marge McCall, Jody Neiser, Marge Brown, Eleanor Keller, Lois Fergu- son, Chris Hartman. 3rd Row: Phyllis Lemrow, Dottie Christopher, Peggy Morehead, Jane Gordon, Mary Katherine Rust, Jane Richie, Carol Yinger, Bobbie Sel- len, Joanne Kurtz, Marge Cook, Jane Houlton, Mary Diebel, Nancy Russell, Carolyn Nichol, Joanne Conley, Beverly Casey, Marge Jardine, Barbara Geyer. As F.A.D.'s we believe "that the best in everyone is brought out by human companionship." Since 1914 F.A.D.'s have worked and played together carrying out this ideal. Encouraged by their "sisters in F.A.D.", our members always find a place in the leadership of campus activities. Our friendship is firmly cemented by our social functions, serenades and projects which we work on together and then enjoy together. Led by President Phyl Eckman and counseled by Mrs. Layton we have spent a happy and profitable year. Now, secure in the unity of our sisterhood, we look forward to many more years of companionship in F. A. and D. PLEDGES 1stRow: Alice Poellof, Jean Finney, Marge Wallace, Barb Johnstin, Joyce Phil- lip, Mary Lou Eades. 2nd Row: Surah Fenton, Janet Bulle, Marge Bischoff, Agnes Long, Ann Denlzer, Shirley Stake, Kalie Boyer. 3rd Row: Mary Redmond, Bobbie Stull, Ann Ringer, Barb Green, Barb Blanchard, Bonnie Sodersrrorn, Norma Adgale. "Band of Sisters" "To F.A.D., we pledge our hearts" Timeless Tempo a1the Lounge Miss Jamie's wonderful food! KIANU 'lst Row: Sally McBride, Shirley Price, S. J. McDonald, Barbara Wieand, Jil Lofstrom, Mary Hoag, Sally Gould, Helen Finley, La Verne Watson, Mary Jane Barrick, Libby Miller, Lois Kohlhepp. 2nd Row: Marilyn Shellito, Marilyn Resler, Shirley Kimmel, Louella Neale, Phyllis Ramsey, Jean McStea, Pat Keiser, Joanne Ollig, Peggy Wyler, Jane Feldner, Martha Cunningham, Barbara Kelly, Pat Lewis, Jane Anderson, Velma Myers. 3rd Row: Lynn Eyrich, Marion Hasson, Beth Wallace, Peggy Kier, Barbara Swartz, Marie Brown, Anne Griffith, Eleanor Goddard, Mary Louise Brettell, Gerry Bowcller, Pat Bower, Anne Hatheway, Shirley Shellito, Lois Kern, Norma Thomas, Evelyn Nester, Rita Baatz, Bobbie Roberts, Ginny Tunison, Living together at 163 Montgomery Boulevard the girls of Kianu are bound together by a spirit of loyalty and comradeship. Under the leadership of Mary Hoag, the forty-seven members rounded out another highly success- ful year. Kept busy with rushing parties, Homecoming decoration, Winter Carnival booth, and their serenade, the girls also had time to enioy many house-parties, and the traditional lounge party and spring formal. The purple and gold could be seen representing the club in campus activities with a May Day attendant, Junior Queen, and co-chairman of the Christmas Formal. PLEDGES Jo Gudgel, Betty Sherwood, Virginia Hoag, Julie Krichbaum, Mabel Lum, Bonnie Duhamel. Jeanne Horrisberger, Alice Stoner, Betty Lou King, Sally Procious, Jean Lowery, Charlotte Baird, Mariam Fitch. Lois Cheney, Carol Hughes, Virginia Collingsworth, Grace Harclerode, Carolyn Leech, Jeanne Johnston, Carolyn Shellito. Under the Christmas Tree Time Out for ci Picture an-mfm:.agffQ,w,mzA,1.m:w.,,if,mp f W We we KCDNA lst Row: Kathleen Paulin, Ruth Brown, Mary Willson, Beulah Gibson, Chris Orr, Dottie Loudon, May Louise Diehl, Mitzie Jamison, Jean Cogdell, Charlotte Boswell, Kitty Baldridge. 2nd Row: Maxine Stewart, Dorothy Dallas, Ramona Dutro, M. J. Ellington, Celia Hill, June Conrad, Barb Mullen, Nancy Wellendorf, Fannie Hutchison, Jo Graham, Carolyn Swarner D. J. Durigg, Ginny Snyder, Barbara Beardsley. 3rd Row: Marg Lobaugh, Doris Alloway, Lynn Johnson, Edana Leach, Meg McArn, Ann Coulter, Ruth Backstrom, Cecelia Bersch, Catherine Jamison, Jean McBride, Cathy White, Nancy Ross, Sara Ann Harshbarger, Doris Palmer, Nancy Bell. Fall . . . football games . . . a hamburger fry in the backyard and our social activities begin . . . Homecoming . . . and the Konas successfully "Wash Marietta right out of our hair" . . . Various expressions reign over a rather abstract lounge party . . . Christmas season and the Konas and Albans get together for a caroling party . . . cold and shivering we gather at the Alban house for refresh- ments . . . happy birthday, Hank! Cards . . . food . . . conversation . . . anything but slumber goes at a slumber party . . . Dawn breaks . . . we put out our flashlights and dash for "the house' '... we're hungry . . . a hearty breakfast turns out to be a point of maior interest at our dawn party . . . Actives and pledges find themselves all wound up in a spaghetti dinner for the Mace . . . wax- dripped bottles and candlelight create the atmosphere . . . We "bums" . . . if you'll pardon the expression . . . clad ourselves in patched overalls and plaid shirts to "raise Cain" at our Hobo party . . . Swaying Japanese Lanterns. . . music floating on the air. . .dancing outside as we enjoy an informal spring dance at "the house" . . . "ls this the dream it seems, or is it really true" . . . soft lights . . . dreamy music set the theme for the Kona formal . . . Caps . . . gowns . . . hilarious take-offs . . . and the presentation of gifts . . . we give our Kona seniors a farewell party. PLEDGES Charloite Miskimen, Nancy Nolin, Joan Caughey, Marilyn Hood, Wil- mo Burie. Janice Naumunn, Berli McElroy, Mary Linn, Sue Dixon, Elaine Whis- ton, Georgina Sundheimer, Mary Lou Stormonf. Joan Youst, Marge Thomas, Katy Carey, Corinne Leisfer, Jean Boyd, Fern Houghton, Morgaref Kemple. Don't Fence Me In! Cook's Night OH' Musical Impressions' Dawn Was Too Early WAWYI N S 'Ist Row: Martha Stewart, Betty Eckhoif, Vivian Goddard, Cynthia Baldwin, Jean Bond, Sarah Miller, Jo Sayer, Eleanor Miller. 2nd Row: Phyllis Pollen, Janet Deterding, Kathleen Shackleford, Dorothy Shields, Ruth Reynolds, Catherine Mizer, Marion Williams, Jo Headley, Charlene Foster, Phyllis Corne. 3rd Row: Bond, Mary Eagleson, Myrta Pollock. Led by Jeanie Bond, the Wawyins spent another active year-a year in which they celebrated their twenty-fifth Homecoming. Formally chartered in 1925 the club has as its purpose to develop leadership, friendliness, coopera- tion, and fellowship among its members. Among the many activities of the year, some of the Ruth Ann Thompson, l.aDonna Moore, Ruth Barclay, Joy Fulks, Dot Culp, Billie Lewis, Doris Englehardt, Dorothy Culbertson, Jan 4 most outstanding were the Silver Anniversary Homecom- ing dinner, the serenade, the lounge party, and above all the spring formal. Besides being loyal to their club, the Wawyins upheld the purpose of Phi Beta Psi by being active in a variety of other campus activities. PLEDGES Joanne Wollczm Roberfs Jcnefie Carol Myrna Ekey Basketball Team A Breezer Before Dmner a'f, aLl PROFESSIONALS 6 .y c Mary Dovenbarger Howard Lowery .4, ,, t .4 -. K' -Nui'-E'-g . It f Lf: - ig... 51.-:Vg.,., ip 'fvff f'lv1ffQ'4',,!g . 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PRE-MED AND PRE-DENTAL The Muskingum Pre-Medical Club was formed twenty years ago. Dr. John McCleery and Dr. Earl Bryant have given the club its sustained leadership during These years. The membership of the club is made up mainly of pre- medical students, but also includes students in the allied fields of dentistry, dietetics, and technology. The Ohio Zeta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national pre-medical honor society, was established on February 7 'l7, 1951. Seventeen pre-medical students were initiated as charter members by Dr. H. E. Setterfield, national presi- dent of the organization and professor in the Ohio State Medical School. Charter ofticers of the chapter are: Charles Dalby, presi- dent, Thomas Swan, vice president, Howard Lowery, sec- retary, Gottlieb Friesinger, treasurer. The advisor ofthe group is Professor W. Hughes Barnes. FRESHMAN COUNSELGRS 'lst Row: Joyce Ferguson, Donna Jean Durigg, Lynn Erich, Lynn Johnson, Marty Cunningham, Joan Mosser, Lou Neale, Jo Lofstrom, Mildred Vorhis. 2nd Row: Shorty Ruth, Bill Phillippe, Jean Campbell, Celia Hill, Margie McCall, Shirley Price, Bob Wison, Bill Copeland. 3rd Row: Dick Moore, Bert Slay, Herb Schreiner, Dick Giffen, Harold Lowery, Doug Coulter, Wally Nolin. Although the counseling system is relatively new to our campus, it has already made contributions to spe- cialized training each week for the fellows and girls who are selected for counselors so they may become familiar with the responsibilities for the coming year. The duties of the student counselors include all activities that will aid the incoming freshman in adjusting himself to college life. The Women's Activities League sponsors the girls' system while the Dean of Men's Office is responsible for the men's program. Martha Cunningham and Bob Thoburn are the student advisors. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is open to any girl who is interested in home economics and has been enrolled in a course given by the department. The interests of the group are varied. The year started with a party for the freshmen interested in home economics. At Christmas time, we spon- sored a booth at the W.A.L. bazaar and sold baked goods and stuffed animals. We have held bake sales throughout the year and have had several outside speakers at our meetings. This year the club was under the leadership of Mary Hoag, president, Dorothy McClelland, vice president, Jody Neiser, secretary, and Joy Fulks, treasurer. Miss Steele served as our advisor and Mrs. Hazzard acted as our assistant advisor. 'lst Row: Mrs. Hazzard, Carolyn Nichol, Cay Dunlevy, Dottie McClelland, Mary Hoag, Joy Fulks, Jodie Neiser, Meg McArn, Miss Steele. 2nd Row: Caroline Leech, Joyce Ferguson, Barbara Hart, Shirley Markley, Jean Lowery, Mildred Vorhis, Katie Jamieson, Jill Lofstrom, Jean McStea, Kathy White, Sally Gould, Lynn Eyrich, Betty Ann Simpson. 3rd Row: Barb Kelly, Carol Anderson, Julia Krichbaum, Maxine Lyons, Ruth Backstrom, Darrel Larrick, Louise Hogue, Jeanie Bond, Joan Spillman, Nelda Heitman, Nola Jean Rankin, Sara Jane McDonald. 9 lst Row: Frank Blandford, Jerry Beaber, Bert Slay, Ralph Marquis, Lemoyne Myers. 2nd Row: Bill Dentzer, Bart Mansill, Wade Mack, Harman Clark, Ray Barkley, Dr. Ludlow. INTERNATICDNAL Headed by Bert Slay and sponsored by Professor Lud- low, the members of the International Relations Club gain knowledge and 'Further their interests concerning inter- national problems and their impact upon the United States. One of the main projects of this organization was to 16 RELATIONS CLUB sponsor speakers at their meetings in which anyone who was interested in the subjects was invited. The members themselves, attended meetings as representatives and thus acquainted themselves with the activities of the other clubs inthe state. The "M" Club at Muskingum consists of a group of men who have excelled in various varsity athletics, which are M CLUB The Club has been organized forthe purpose of forming a closer association among athletes and furthering a better spirit of sportsmanship in the teams representing Mus- football, basketball, track, baseball, tennis, and swim- ming. Each "M" Club member has proved himself to be outstanding in at least one of these sports. lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: kingum College. This year under the guidance of Milt Patterson, the "M" Club has played an important role in the campus life of Muskingum's athletes. Paul Bricker, Don Simon, Shorty Ruth, Jack Valentour, Tom Harp, Bob Dawson, Bob Lawrence. Bill Lovejoy, John Floyd, Gene Montague, Don Hinten, Bob Shuttleworth, Jim Curran, Bud Freisfnger, Harold Prugh. Dallas Holmes, Jim Sims, Hugh Rose, Ken Wable, Martin Jones, Chick Mcllvaine, John Riley, Dan Butler, Don Pinhey, Syd Jackson. 161 DEBATE 'lst Row: Bob Thoburn, Rosie Sweet. 2nd Row: Bob Larson, Rees Dilger, Dale Scott, Arnold Plum. Five men and one woman made up Muskingum's debate team this year. Professor C. R. Layton returned to his position as Director of Forensics after serving as Dean of the College several years. Although only one debater "RESOLVED: That The Non-Communist Nations Should Form A New International Organization." had previous experience, the squad won three-fifths of their debates. One of the finest group of freshman debaters in recent years was coached by the varsity in preparation for the First Year Tournament. GEOLCDGY CLUB lst Row: Jack Valentour, Bill Lovejoy, John Caldwell, Ken Mallett. 2nd Row: Ralph Smith, Dave Ayers, Bob Sawyer, Earl Gilkey, Tom Maxwell, Duane Bell. 3rd Row: Bob Williams, Don Gallogly, Dick Caughey, Bob Dawson, Ray Barkley, Don ' Kelly, Arun sian. PRE-LAW CLUB The legal faction of Muskingum's student body or- ganized as the Pre-Law Club for the dual purpose of promoting discussion on the profession and gaining a general knowledge of the various legal fields of practice. This has been accomplished by engaging various prac- ticing lawyers to speak to the group and by correspond- ence with former Muskingum students now working in law. This year the officers are Marshall Peterson, president, Ralph Marquis, vice president, and Harman Clark, secre- tary. The Club's sponsor and advisor is Dr. Wm. L. Ludlow, who helped in the organization and functioning of the group. Th M h f h G E l lst Row: Ralph Marquis, Mr. Ludlow, Marshall Peterson, Harmon Clark. e us ungum c apter o T eta amma psi on, founded in 1936, was revived this year for the first time since the war. This reorganization was under the leader- ship of Bill Loveioy, president, Jack Valentour, vice-presi- dent, John Caldwell, secretary-treasurer, and the faculty advisors, Mr. Moses and Mr. Mitchell. The obiect of this organization is to unite those inter- ested in scientific investigation in the fields of Geology and Geography, to stimulate research and scholarship, and to promote the exchange of ideas among those inter- ested inthe science of the earth. Membership is based on high scholarship in these par- ticular fields, the demonstration of ability to do independ- ent or creative work and on above-average, general scholarship. 2nd Row: Kurt Kindle, Larry Miller, Bart Mansill, Bert Slay, Frank Blandford Bill Fischer. A. C. E. The ACE Storybook was the theme of this year's As- sociation for Childhood Educators of which every ele- mentary education major is a member. Meeting one OFFICERS Thursday of each month, the ACE based their discussions Presidenf-Pqf Keiser upon various chapters of the Storybook. Throughout the Vice President-Sglly Miller year they also listened to several guest speakers and Sec'-etcry-T'-ecsurer'-Beulah Gibson performed tasks of children's level. One of the Highlights Sponsor-Miss Nellie Brgwn of the year was their Halloween Party at which they played children's games and told ghost stories. l 'lst Row: Ginny Snyder, Kay Miser, LaDonna Moore, Peg Monroe, Marge Trumbull, Ann McDowell, Marty Johnson, Pat Lewis, Pat Root, Marg Gordon, Donna Mintier. 2nd Row: Ginny Bichsel, Lois Doering, Mary Deibel, Beulah Gibson, Sally Miller, Pat Keiser, Miss Brown, Marge Cook, Libby Miller, Mary Downey, Jean Cogdell. 3rd Row: Lynn Johnson, Doris Palmer, Bertie McElroy, Donna Jean Durigg, Joan Mosser, Myrta Pollock, Mary Louise Stormont, Dorothy Culbertson, Betty McClure, Joanne McFadden, Sue Dixon, Fannie Hutchison, Alice Stoner, Mary Wilson, Virginia Hoag. 4th Row: Marty Cunningham, Betsy Larson, Ruth Antram, Lois Kohlhepp, Marie Brown, Dick Forsythe, Starling Green, Lu Neale, Jane An- derson, Velma Myers, Nancy Knight, Dorothy Dallas. 164 H ., ff: ajax 'vii-5 'hm-. 'A Y. Xwwww Um ag 'S fjmg, NA f 2?fk9Xm.? Q52 ii! 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The organization has no specific activity except that of exchanging ideas which promote a more democratic spirit among other organizations on our campus. There are eight members and an Honorary Faculty member, Miss Beulah Brown. Joan Spillman was President during the past year, and the faculty sponsors are Mrs. Ferne Layton, Mrs. W. Hughes Barnes, and Miss Cora I. Orr. 'lst Row: .loan Spillman, Miss Brown, Barbara Swartz. 2nd Row: Mary Kathryn Rust, Anne Griffith, Dorothy Christopher, May Louise Diehl, Dorothy Loudon. 6 The 0.0.0.0. is a local honorary fraternity for junior, senior, and faculty men. It was established in 1936 for the equally important obiectives of service to Muskingum College and recognition of student leaders. The fraternity attempts to create and foster the traditions and ideals of Muskingum College and to develop a spirit of leadership and cooperation in the student body. New members are chosen by the active members according to a strict set of standards, including promise, character, and improve- ments. A traditional "tapping" ceremony each spring notifies members of their election. Under the leadership of Bud Friesinger many interesting discussions were held during the school year. The organization does not seek publicity and its actions are seldom recognized outside the group. O. O. 0. 0. 'Ist Row: Bud Friesinger, Howard Lowery. 2nd Row: Bob Thoburn, Mr. Knight, Bill Dentzer, Gil Hales. CWENS OFFICERS President Evelyn Nester Vice-President Marilyn Ressler Secretary Mary Jane Barrick Treasurer Marilyn Shellito lst Row: Mitzie Baldridge, Marilyn Shellito, Marilyn Ressler, Mrs. Montgomery, Evelyn Nester, M. J. Barrick, Lou Neale. 2nd Row: Mitzie Cottle, Ruth Fulton, Gerry Bowdler, Cecelia Bersch, Nancy Wellendorf, Mary Elizabeth Moses. 3rd Row: Ginny Bichsel, Betty Taylor, Charleen Foster. Fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among women of the sophomore class, and promoting leadership among freshmen women are the aims of the Muskingum Zeta Chapter of Cwens. Their red corduroy iumpers, white blouses, and grey scarfs added a bright spot to the campus every Monday, the clay that they met at the Manse with their sponsor, Mrs. Montgomery. Under the leadership of President Evelyn Nester, the Cwens spent a busy year sponsoring bake sales, assisting at the WAL Lantern Parade, selling refreshments at the Homecoming Game and the Winter Carnival, and having get-acquainted parties with the Freshman women. .X. E. 'lst Row: Jim Bichsel, Dave Fee, Dove Gordon, Bill Fisher. 2nd Row: Bill Yaggi, Bob Hewston, Reese Dilger, Bob Larson, Bob Walker, Bill Berlin. An active interest in campus affairs, potential leader- ship qualities, and loyalty to Muskingum's ideals char- acterize an O.X.E. member. Under the supervision and encouragement of Dean C. W. McCracken, Omicron Chi Epsilon was founded in 1939. Weekly meetings are concerned with pertinent campus and world affairs and problems. Under the guidance of the deans of men, such issues as "The Appraisal of the Faculty" and the draft were dealt with and discussed. Membership is extended in the spring to selected mem- bers ofthe oncoming sophomore class by the retiring group. As only debaters and orators of high merit are admitted to Tau Kappa Alpha, the membership is kept limited. As ca prerequisite to membership the aspiring speakers must serve two years as an intercollegiate debator or as a college orator. TAU KAPPA ALPHA 1st Row: Dr. Montgomery, Mr. Layton, Dr. Fisk, Dr. Evans, 2nd Row: Bill Dentzer, Bruce Brackenridge. This chapter was started on Muskingum's campus in 1911 and has continued to be the highest honor a Mus- kingum forensic man can attain. The sign of membership can be seen by the small scroll shaped key which each member wears. Bruce Brackenridge Mr. Layton SIGMA TAU DELTA 'lst Row: Miss Barr, Barbara Swartz, Barbara Weeks, Miss Wilhelm. 2nd Row: Jane Richie, Jim Parrish, Lou Engelhardt, Wade Mack, Jim Clark, Eleanor Goddard. The Omega Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, under the leadership of Barbara Weeks, has completed its sec- ond year of its new fall and spring issues of Mooseye. The members of this national English honorary fraternity promote the development of creative writing on campus through their own efforts and by encouraging others. Mooseye, formerly Bubble Work, has become a college magazine and as such contains creative works of the members and other students on campus. Variety has been the key-word of these publications. New members are voted into the 'Fraternity upon their abilities and interests in the field of creative writings. Dr. Lauren King, head of the English department, is the new advisor of Sigma Tau Delta. M U! SIGMA ALPHA IOTA lst Row: Norma Jones, Dottie Milligan, Rosalie Gunn, Shirley Redman, Janis Ashdown, Mitzie Jamison, Betts Smith. 2nd Row: Katie Shackleford, Barbara Swartz, Ann Coulter, Doris Engelhardt, Suzie Montag, Beth Wallace. 3rd Row: Kathleen Paullin, Marty Borton, Pat Denton. The Alpha Gamma chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota was established to help further the cause of music at Mus- kingum. As a professional music fraternity 'For women, the chapter selects its members from those women music majors and minors who have a grade point ratio of 2.5 and who maintain the high standards ofthe organization. This year, under the presidency of Shirley Redman, the fraternity has carried on an active program which in- cluded ushering 'For musical events, serving at the recep- tions held after the artist courses, and entertaining the sponsors and other organizations. The main event for the year was the spring musicale held in aftiliation with Phi Mu Alpha as part of the May Day celebrations. PHI MU ALPHA lst Row: Mr. Schnitker, Ralph Kier, Bob Brown, Wally Nolan, Crawford McCoy, Bruce Lobaugh, Chuck Dalbey, Mr. Bloom. 2nd Row: .lack Brosius, Frank Butler, Howard Lowery, Tom Swan, Dick Giftin, Myron Timken, John Kallen- berg, Floyd Stine. 3rd Row: Jim Bichsel, Clair Brewer, Bob Spencer, Jim Clark, Bob Walker, Dave Anderson, Bill Sponseller, Bill Scheuerle. The Beta Lambda Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, men's na- tional honorary music fraternity, had an active year under President Wally Nolin. Some of the activities ot the year included ushering for recitals, opening listening rooms, and the annual spring musical in conjunction with Sigma Alpha Iota. Phi Mu Alpha endeavors not only to arouse interest in good music among its members and their associates, but also to foster good citizenship in the college community and through its alumni. 'lst Row: Dr. McCreight, Larry McMaster, Ross Alwine, Ray Schember, George McCredie, Ned Bixler, John Rankin, Dr. Milanovich. 2nd Row: Bill Berlin, Glenn Noble, Norman Blosat, Paul Beatty, Herbert Schreiner, Bob Elliott, Jim Webb, Bill Phillippe. 3rd Row: Ralph Kier, Gene Mast, Bob Walker, .lim Clark, Bill Phillips, Sid Conger, Dick Hershberger, Francis Norris, Frank Hare. ALPHA SIGMA MU Ray Schember guided Alpha Sigma Mu-the Pre-minis- terial group-in their activities this year. Assisting were George McCredie, Vice-President, and Ross Alwine, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Under Schember's leadership, the organization became more active than usual. Frequent dinner meetings were held where speakers spoke to the members on subiects vital to their interests. Some of the outstanding features 176 were the religious films that were held in Brown Chapel and were open to the public. ln the spring a banquet honoring the retired ministers in New Concord was held at which one hundred and ninety-three excellent books, given to the group by the heirs of a deceased minister, were auctioned to the mem- bers. The money from the proceedings was contributed to W.S.S.F. 4 i i SIGMA PI SIGMA Seven men and one girl composed the membership of the national physics honor society on Muskingum's cam- pus. The membership requirements for the group are a maior in one of the Sciences with at least a minor in Physics, and a cumulative grade point ratio of 2.75 or above, and the promise of achievement in Physics. The "Little Window" is one of the main contacts of this organization with the student body, as scientific displays are shown that illustrate some scientific principle. lst Row: lou Engelhardf, Mr. Hinshaw, John McCormac, Horner Neff. 2nd Row: Dick Lindsay, John Kopp, Bruce Brackenridge, Fred Elder. 3rd Row: Jane Boggs. 177 PHI SIGMA IOTA 'Ist Row: Tom Swan, Ruth Ann Thompson. 2nd Row: Miss Neuenschwander, George Cronin, Mr. Moorehead, Miss Sharp. Muskingum's Phi Nu chapter of Phi Sigma Iota, the na- tional romance Iangucige honor society, enjoyed a very successful year. The purpose of this organization is to encourage the high scholarship and individual research in the field of the Romance languages and literatures. In order to be eligible for membership, an individual must be either a junior or a senior taking at least third year Spanish or French. The group, under the presidency of George Cronin, meets once monthly and is favored with the presentation of a paper by a member at each meeting. Congenial dis- cussions always follow the presentation of the paper and much of the cream of the purpose of the organization is tasted during these exchanges of thought. Now, as we close the 1951 Muscoliuan, we, the staff, hope that it has brought to you a small glimpse of the past year. As you open it in years to come, may it bring back the faces of old friends and a few moments of pleasure here on the campus of Muskingum College. I7 ,....f5 WY K N1 H :gf 1 , My 593255 45,7 GQ 4,17 E Q? g: w..W.-.naw 1Wf94'7F 98. 'iv new wyf Q X 1 W ,,...mww'S?"MM sw 95?h-mu! hs fue vu ru 1 Ja . , 3 -L. ' BEST'S PHARMACY 6 NEW CONCORD, OHIO KUHN'S JEWELRY 3 CAMBRIDGE, OHIO We extend our praise to Muskingum College 'for The forming of better citizens in the trying times of today and the better world of tomorrow. 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