Shepherd University - Cohongoroota Yearbook (Shepherdstown, WV)

 - Class of 1972

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"Pomp and Circumstancen THE HONORABLE SILAS STARRY A Edward Elgar From the Shepherd College Alumni Association JOHN DEPUTY, President Shepherd College Symphonic Band From the Shepherd College Faculty James D. Robertson, Director SARA H. CREE, Ed'D. From the Shepherd College Student Body The audience will please stand during the Processional LARRY MANYPENNY, President of the Student Senate and remain standing during the National Anthem and the Invocation ORDER OF THE PROCESSIONI RECOGNITION OF GUESTS ...... President Butchei MUSICAL SELECTION ........................................................... . Glorva Antonio Vivalail The Marshals 'Glory to God on' high, and peace to men ofgoad wili The Representative ofthe Student Body Shepherd College Centennial Choir ' The McMurran Scholars Jay M' Stenger' Dlrector The Representatives of the Alumni INTRODUCTION OF The Delegates fmm Colleges and U,,,,,e,s,,m SPEAKER .............. .......... The Honorable Jennings Randolpi United States Senator from West Virgin: The Delegates from Societies and Organizations THE CENTENNIAL F0UNDERrS DAY The F 11-fully Of Nw College ADDRESS ..................................... The Honorable Robert A. Taj The Emeritus Faculty United States Senator from Ohi The Prmdem Emeritus REMARKS ................... ............. P resident Butche , MUSICAL SELECTION ................................................. Dwergents The Members of Shepherd College Advisory Board W. Francis Mcget The West Virginia Board of Regents Shepherd College Symphonic Band ' The Mayo' 0fShfPh2fdSww'1 PRESENTATION OF CENTENNIAL i The Offwefs of the State of West Virginia COMMEMORATIVE COINS ..... ......................... W illiam R. Vaugh . . . . Chairman of the Centennihl Comm' L, Th M b fthe W t V g St te Legislature e em ers 0 IS if mm G ACCEPTANCE FOR THE COLLEGE ............. A. G. Slonaker, Ed.D The Members of the United States Congress Academk. Dean of Shepherd Colle The Awdemif Dean and the Speaker BENEDICTION ....... The Reverend Dr. Lavely Grube The President of the College and the Governor of West Virginia Pa-9'0" ROHM! Heights United Mfnhodist Chun Baltimore, Marylan RECESSIONAL ' NATIONAL ANTHEM Shepherd College Symphonic Band Th d' ill I d d ' h R ' l INVOCATION ..... ...,. T he Reverend Charles Atherton, I e au 'ence w p ease stan ul-mg t e ecesslona Professor Of Mathematics RECEPTION .............................................................. College Cente ' JAMES ROBERTSON, Director, Shepherd College Symphonic Band JAY M. STENGER, Shepherd College Centennial Choir nineteen hundred sevent -two three O'elOCk PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING 22 wir V2 M .:ul,:.'3'gm' , ,gg K in jfviygizii :. ' i -4 us my Higgs s ,. ,.v K' sw fl? f' H.-'.v5E'-P53 ' zttgqjgi-sigqiss V A 3 ? T151 ' fn? Q 5 X '1 . - 5 My l I f 1 1 +4 gif gf! x. 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Glenn Cross teamed up with senior Jim Prince for a 20 yard scoring play in the third stanza and Rick Sands converted both of the extra point tries. John Akers intercepted one pass and Larry Sideway was a standout on defense. RAMS 7 - GLENVILLE 7 The Rams and the Pioneers teamed up in a bruising foot- ball game and the final 7-7 score was a tribute to both defenses. The Rams scored early on a Pope TD run but saw their offense halted with the loss of Jim Prince who suffered a season-ending injury. Jaye Copp and Paul Brown led the Ram defense that also saw Steve Baker pick off a stray pass. RAMS 46 - CONCORD 7 Enjoying their finest offensive performance of the sea- son, the Rams rolled over Concord to win the Civitan Bowl before a large crowd. Bob Pope ran the ball in for the first 2 TD's behind sharp blocking by Larry Slade and Tom Neal. Harry Thompson, Chris Carter, Marty Ogle, Harry Deaner and freshman Leon Burns all got into scor- ing during the night. Jaye Copp recovered one fumble following a jolting tackle by Joe Reel and Jerry Horner also made some key tackles. RAMS 14 - MILLERSVILLE 0 The Rams picked up their second shutout of the season with a 14-0 win over Millersville. Playing in a steady rain, the Rams turned to the power running of Bob Pope who accounted for 104 yds. rushing. Harry Thompson and Pope scored the TD's while Rick Sands tacked on both extra points. Millersville was held to only one first down rushing during the game as Joe Reel and Paul Brown constantly threw the Millersville backs for losses. Lindell Smith, John Akers, Steve Baker and J aye Copp each ac- counted for a pass interception to stall the Maurauder's aerial attack. Ike Karavellas, Butch Yurish, Denny Dit- mer and Copp recovered fumbles to give the Ram's of- fense the ball for much of the game. Marty Ogle and Chris Carter joined Pope in the rushing effort that kept the Rams scoring throughout the game. V V3 H., I . 1 'Q '1 .ff-. 'J V ..l gi :rin W? . 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TECH 17 Rick Sands split the uprights with a pressure field goal from 47 yards out in the closing minutes of the game to salvage a 17-17 tie with this arch-rival on Homecoming Day. Bob Pope and Harry Deaner scored the Shepherd touchdowns. RAMS O - WEST LIBERTY 14 Shepherd suffered its only defeat of the season at the hands of state champion West Liberty by a 14-0 mark. With half of their starting backfield out for the season with injuries fPope and Carterl, the Ram's offense could not get on the scoreboard and an overworked defense had to play most of the game. A recovered fumble by Steve Baker handed the Rams a scoring opportunity late in the game but a potential TD pass from Mike Calhoun was dropped. The rugged contest saw QB Glenn Cross, tackle Steve Clarke and a number of other Rams injured. RAMS 37 - TOWSON O The defense had its best afternoon of the season as it registered another shutout by stopping Towson, 37-0. Shepherd tied a state conference record by intercepting eight passes in the game and John Akers lead the way with four of the thefts. Rick Sands kicked three field goals and added four extra points to lead the Ram of- fense that scored in every quarter. Freshmen Leon Burns and Eddie Farris each got a TD. J aye Copp and Joe Reel combined for twenty tackles and Mike Calhoun was bril- liant as the field general in his first start of the year at quarterback. RAMS 21 - BRIDGEWATER 7 The Rams rolled up twenty one points in the second quar- ter and then turned the action over to the defense in a 21-0 shutout of Bridgewater away from home. Harry Thompson, Denny Buracker and Marty Ogle each ran over one touchdown and Rick Sands added all the extra points. John Akers picked off his eighth pass interception of the season to lead the conference while teammate Steve Baker snared two enemy tosses. 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Colebank Against Western Maryland, the Rams rallied for 15 points in the final quarter in a 25-15 losing cause. Clayton Anders recovered a fumble to set up a Miller to Lewis Scott TD pass for one score and a Miller to Eddie Farris strike added the final touchdown. John Fotenos and Robin Breeding also recovered key fumbles. 111 5 .. f 4 -ffgqe.:f3,,,, 1 3' 1' "1 3,,+f1'75il't4 .- .,f L. ,, ffiifi fff'3f5'W" 1' ""' fi'Tft-fYZ'iiiJi12'i'?f'. iT'if'.ff3.Z:f-1, , wffztfzwf U1:,x,:f35g,,Srg-- f 1 sm, unveil? Q.-:hg h .Q . ., ,- . ufviflfsfs' . V , Wu,-zf,gi lv 1' .V an-1 I' 5' -:airy , 'vJf4."' 1 2 ,- 5 -1,- ,, . ! 4 ., , ,, 5 ,D 1 I V 1 ., fv wv , . 'f+W:'.- Q ffiffq. ' aww, gtg. 1 . , al.. yr .vw :Lf I ' ' kink ...mul .fa '6The 19 1 Fighting anis" Front Row - Coaches Al Lueck, Mike Jacobs, Walter Barr, and Sam Biller, and Athletic Director Dr. Michael Josephs. Second Row - Mark McHale, Randy West, Jim Prince, John Akers, Joe Reel, Steve Baker, Jaye Copp, Tim Stoner, and Larry Sidaway. Third Row - Pat Dunfee, Dennis Householder, Mike Calhoun, Pete Bricker, Glenn Cross, Harry Deaner, Steve Clark, Russ Ward, Jerry Horner, and Eu- gene Ward. Fourth Row - Butch Yurish, Tom Neal, Robert Galla, Kevin Reilly, Mickey Miller, Paul Brown, Paul Wilmoth, Rick Sands, Eddie Campbell, Jr., Jerry Fifth Row - Gary Chrisman, Lindell Smith, Marshall Derry, James Armel, James Eubanks, John Yoist, Leon Burns, Roy Clark, Duane Calloway, Kelly Wiest, Floyd Fauber, John Mullins. - Sixth Row - Larry Slade, Edward Farris, Lewis Scott, Chuck Smerdzinski, Marty Ogle, Mike Sexton, Robin Breeding, Harry Thompson, Bill Parsons, Ike Karavellas, Bob Pope, Chris Carter, Kenny Boone, and Claton Anders. 1 il l l l l Smith, and Dennis Buracker. ii i il l I, l i 'I l l ,HJ l ' -I Senior Captains John Akers, Jim Prince, Steve Baker, and Joe Reel. Quarterhacks Glenn Cross, Mike Calhoun, and Mickey Miller Row - Coach Al Lueck and Head Coach Walter Barr. Row - Coach Sam Biller, Managers Gayle Conners and Bill Hinkle, and Coach Mike Jacobs. Row - Manager Les Cummings. - - 1 Q ,r -.f:'Kgt93h:'i I x Nw 'KJ' 'll Ji X i XX lf xi ,f 1' Li l Q95 Mg '-'nuff .x fi, ,-'Q fbi fir' gin :gb 'S-'5 ni" 'iry During the season, several Ram Gridders received awards. In Martinsburg on September 9, playing in the Civitan Bowl, Shep- herd defeated Concord 46 to 7. Following the contest, President Butcher presented two awards. Bob Pope was awarded the trophy for Best Back and Larry Slade the trophy for Best Lineman. At Homecoming on October 9, Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity President Harry Fogle presented Harry Thompson with the award for the Outstanding Player. Post season honors went to seven players. Larry Slade and Joe Reel were mentioned when the 1971 NAIA All-America football squad was chosen. Slade was named for the second consecutive year to the All-WVIAC Football Team. Players who received hon- orable mention on the 1971 All-WVIAC Team were Mark McHale, Marty Ogle, Paul Brown, Jaye Copp, and Steve Baker. Two Shepherd College football players were awarded certifi- cates of merit from the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Con- ference for outstanding accomplishments. John Akers was recog- nized for being tops in the WVIAC in pass interceptions while Rick Sands was designated as the best field goal kicker. The awards were presented by President James Butcher on behalf of the WVIAC. 42 5 iv! V T f L L ' I 41 J. 3 I i 5 m P I W W 9 l I i . l 1 , 4 4 43 1 bf 'L ' if , A A ' ,W 41? . :T , f 'Q-1 if 'gf M, 5 al r"5s?' , 1 -Y: ' 2 4' V- K' -5. 1' -' 1 'Mn . ' x 2-'J-1+ -Pu ' ' fffiih 'fr' , -V: V -xr ,l-, Q 'rz ' Zfnd. 4 , .. -- -1.::-zf':'1+ff -1 . v -.V - ,,,, 3 ia ' 552 ,4K'Q.x- PQ 2 'gy' wg: f .-,xx 'ff 4 f . an SH v - .s 'Y X , . 1 1 1 U . N fy 151, A 9 14", U 4 1 ' 4 . 4 ,Y .Y Ohm A , if 3 ,,. ..,f 6. . 80-35. . .Aw M-MF' ww WB' ,- ' ,a w 4 ,., U . l ,4 Q , p7Y .Nm " .,'? 'T E, 5:, k LL,,,fy,Jf . -1 .:'g'fymv gm, Lila?-Ii -' 'Q-IQ HOLIDAY INVITATIONAL l Highlighting the 1971-72 basketball season was the firstli annual Holiday Invitational Basketball Tournamentm staged in Martinsburg by the Jaycees and Civitans. They' tourney lineup included two West Virginia Conferencegg schools, Concord and Shepherd, along with two Pennsyl-lj vania powers, Millersville and Shippensburg. qi Bob Starkey's Rams outshot Shippensburg, 106-92, in alg high scoring semi-final game while Millersville reachedlg the finals by edging Concord 69-64. Mark Swick swishedll the nets for 28 points to pace a Ram attack that showedy five men scoring in double figures. 9 l :L , xl ,m 5: l .lb fi' ASKETBALL TOURNAMENT yfihippensburg edged Concord, 75-71, in the consolation ligame and the Rams brought the championship back to lhe Shepherd campus by romping over Millersville, 104- i'i3, in the championship tilt. Dave Rogers accounted for ill points in the title game and was named the Most Val- uable Player for the tourney. 'Freshmen Mark Swick and Dave Russell joined Rogers as 'lShepherd's representatives on the all-tourney team. Em- ,-lnloying a tall frontline of Russell, Rogers and Derrick Qaikes, along with the play-making of Jim Carnes and fince Gilliam, the Rams were the class of the tourney. 1 2 Q. . , 15,3 124 V 5 9 IK 1 if fe" ' A , l, 'aff . 01 W l C, as 4 , l I A4 :J SHEPHERD 107 - BRIDGEWATER 72 The Shepherd Rams opened the Basketball season with an impressive victory over the Bridgewater Eagles. Der- rick Raikes and Dave Rogers netted 22 points each. Dave Russell had 15 rebounds for the victors. SHEPHERD 101 - WEST VIRGINIA STATE 84 The fast breaking Rams copped their second win of the season by whipping W. Va. State. Jim Carnes and Dave Rogers got 21 points apiece. Rogers also pulled 16 re- bounds for Shepherd. SHEPHERD 68 - MADISON 63 For their third straight win of the season, Shepherd had to come from behind to beat Madison College on the los- er's hardboards. Jim Carnes was high point man for Shepherd by dumping in 27 tallies. Derrick Raikes hauled in 13 rebounds for the Rams. WHEELING 100 - SHEPHERD 93 The Wheeling Cardinals stopped Shepherd's win streak and dealt them their first set back of the season in over- time victory. Although six Ram players hit double fig- ures, many turnovers cost them the game. Dave Rogers was the big scorer again for Shepherd with 19 points. SHEPHERD 103 - COPPIN STATE 91 Shepherd upped its season record 4-1 with a hard fought victory over Coppin State College. Tom Dickman came off the bench with 16 points and 7 assists to spark the Rams to victory. SHEPHERD 84 - SHIPPENSBURG 78 In a return match at Shippensburg, Shepherd had to rally from behind to edge the Red Raiders. Vince Gilliam and Mark Swick got 18 points each for the Rams. Tom Dick- man stretched his free throw streak to 25 in a row thus breaking a school record. MORRIS HARVEY 89 - SHEPHERD 87 Nationally ranked Morris Harvey College dealt Shepherd its second defeat of the season before a packed house at Shepherd. Derrick Raikes led all scorers with 20 points. SHEPHERD 94 - DAVIS AND ELKINS 83 A three point halftime deficit was quickly erased by the Rams as they upped their West Virginia Conference re- cord 2-2 with a victory over D 8a E. Dave Russell led all scorers with 22 points. SHEPHERD 104 - WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 83 The Rams topped the century mark for the sixth time this season with an easy win over W. Va. Wesleyan Col- lege. Bob Penny came off the bench in the first half to pour in 13 points which lifted the Rams on their winning way. S 1 I il I SHEPHERD 102 - SALEM 74 ,QA 10-2 overall season record was achieved with a blasting fof Salem College. Dave Rogers pumped in 35 points and it pulled in 16 rebounds. 9 BRIDGEWATER 78 - SHEPHERD 77 g2Bridgewater College dealt Shepherd its third setback of fthe season with an upset victory. SALEM 101 - SHEPHERD 92 jlAn inspired Salem Tiger team gave Shepherd its second loss in a row. l l WHEELING 93 - SHEPHERD 82 'Shepherd's slump was stretched to three games with a lconference loss to Wheeling College. In a game that had 1564 personal fouls called, Wheeling connected with an out- ffstanding 39-47 shots from the foul line. V SHEPHERD 74 - EASTERN MENNONITE 64 three game losing streak was snapped with Shepherd icoming out the victor over Eastern Mennonite College. ifRaikes led the balanced attack with 15 points and 12 re- lbounds. SHEPHERD 82 - UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE 73 The Rams continued their winning way by whipping Bal- Qtimore University. s 9 SHEPHERD 131 - ALDERSON BROADDUS 78 iI'he Rams poured in 58 field goals to trounce A-B. Swick land Raikes had 20 points each for the Rams. SHEPHERD 85 - WEST LIBERTY 79 The Rams upped their season mark to 14-5 with a victory wer West Liberty College. l SHEPHERD 90 - MADISON 77 Shepherd romped past Madison College. Another fine seam effort saw Dave Russell come out the scoring leader :for the Rams with 20 points. DAVIS AND ELKINS 81 - SHEPHERD 80 A red hot D 8z E team got revenge for an earlier loss by llpsetting the Rams. Y ALDERSON-BROADDUS 109 - SHEPHERD 105 Even a record breaking performance by Ram Dave Rus- gaell could not stop Alderson-Broaddus as they won a hard fought battle on the winner's hardboards. He finished the game with 42 points and 20 rebounds. 3 SHEPHERD 92 - WAYNSBURG 61 The Rams closed out the regular basketball season with a l'ictory over Waynesburg College. Jim Carnes and Dave Rogers paced the Rams with 19 and 18 points. f 6 'Y 4 , ,f .1 .'.3' X21 4, , ,iv fiif' ' Lv, 1 5 f Q fri Vt AL f,4.,,.w 'f J , 1 WJ 4 Q , W , -f ' f?Wz'w VW Qgmh Afziy, , -wf 41.51 ill .H QU , W: K6 Ty' gd lront Row - Dan Kegerreis, Coach Bob Starkey, Vic Holmes, Jimmy Carnes, Vince Gilliam, Bob Penny, Tom Dickman, Mike Greene, and Tom Brugfnoli. lack Row - John Smith, Mark Swick, Dave Rogers, Nelson Parker, Dave Russell, Derrick Raikes, Paul Johnson, and Ron Smoot. At Left. Seniors Torn Dickman and Bob Penny jx.- 44' At Right: Front Row - Manager Tom Brug- noli and Trainer Dan Kegerreis. Back Row Statistician Larry Mam,pu'n, Head Coach Bob Starkey and Assistant I o wh Mike Greene. Q .1 .-'31 l l, mf -il? 0-QQ? 6.14" "'a '.:1f'. lf' 55 ..-"gg..,T::,:z2 .,gfif'5T1j+i'a5l-,giff,-ifzri, :-- l , G wwfifziff 'f"'7"53'f",, 1. 14 5 5" V F' - 5 r , L r'-1 Q .e 1 73155 ' Q ' :ig 335 'EW V' ,srffilji pm, ,...V. .. A 'fir Hiya: - -'-:vffz-.f?3,2"f1b " "glial-aafjly 'f ,J M: 4 M-if-+ :"' l I W.V.I.A.C. Tournament The Rams moved into the quarter finals of the 35th an- nual WVIAC Tournament at Charleston by defeating West Virginia Wesleyan 75-67. The win was only the sixth for Shepherd in 39 WVIAC tourney games, and was the first for Coach Bob Starkey. Rogers and Russell emerged the heroes of the first night and saved the game as the Rams team was down by eight points at times in the first half. Two minutes passed after the game opened before Derrick Raikes' field goal set up the first score. Down 20-12 with eight minutes on the clock, junior for- ward Dave Rogers moved out to pace the team. He poured in 14 of the Ram's 25 points in the first half, in- cluding all but one basket during the last 11 minutes. Rogers 11 rebounds was high for both teams as Wesleyan went out at the half with a 29-25 lead. In the second half, Rogers continued to click and Dave Russell joined him, and the Rams were in front 73-66 with 37 seconds left after Russell added on five straight points. Senior Tom Dickman closed out the scoring with a free throw at the three second mark. Rogers finished high scorer with 26 points and 15 rebounds. Heavily-favored Morris Harvey was closely contested by the Rams in their second tourney game. Shepherd trailed by only two points, 70-68 with only 4:30 remaining in the game. A series of turnovers and missed shots closed off any hopes of an upset as Morris Harvey emerged victori- ous, 81-72. A Record Breaking Season Coach Bob Starkey's fine team rolled up 17 wins in a sin- gle season, had the finest overall winning percentage for a Ram Basketball team, scored more points C1315 on the home floor in a single game, and went over the 100 point mark in ten games. This year's well-coached team was credited with 570 assists, a tribute to the precision team- work that is fast becoming a trademark with Shepherd basketball. Junior Dave Rogers is already nearing the 1,000 point career scoring mark with yet another season ahead of him. Rogers was named the MVP for the Cen- tennial Tournament and scored as many as 35 points in one game against Salem. Freshman Dave Russell set new marks with 20 field goals in one game and a total of 42 points against Alderson-Broaddus. Senior Tom Dickman rewrote the record book with 25 consecutive free throws without a miss. 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Botsford holds individual team records in the 200-yard individual med- ley with the time of 2:17.8, the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:23.9 and the 200-yard breastroke with a 2:27.8 effort along with being a member of the fastest relay team in the 400-yard medley and the 400- yard freestyle. Co-captain Jeff Rhodes was the number two high scorer with 94311 points. Rhodes set a new record in the 500-yard freestyle 419725 in the time of 5:51.5, and also swam on the Ram's 400 yard freestyle relay team. Wayne Hoffman, swam a close third place in scoring with 91 points, along with establishing a new 100-yard freestyle team record of :52.9 that tied the pool record posted back in 1965 by Tom Seubal of Roanoke College. Hoffman also chalked up new Shepherd team records in the 200 freestyle, with a 2:02.9, and 123.7 in the 50 freestyle, and was a member of two record breaking relays. Greg Marks was the fourth leading scorer on the team with 88 points along with establishing new total point scores in diving. Marks also swam the 100 yard backstroke leg of the 400 yard medley relay team. Junior Steve Gershman, scored a total 6772 pts. along with maintaining his 200 yard butterfly record. Gershman also swam the 100 fly on the Ram 400 medley relay. Dana Holmquist ranked sixth in individual scoring with 535 points. Dana also set a new 1,000 yard record with the time of 12:50.1 and was a member of the 400 freestyle relay. The interest- ing and very unusual thing about the sextet of swimmers for the 1971-72 Rams is the fact that they broke the individual records and times of all Shepherd swimmers since the sport began in the new Shepherd pool back in January of 1954. SWIM MEET SCOREBOARD Shepherd 34 Towson 79 Shepherd 64 York 49 Shepherd 54 Lynchburg 59 Shepherd 69 A-B 44 Shepherd 53 Morris Harvey 58 Shepherd 57 Fairmont 55 Shepherd 43 Towson 70 Shepherd 74 Va. Commonwealth 36 Shepherd 46 Lynchburg 66 Shepherd 73 A-B 39 Shepherd 52 York 61 Shepherd 53 Georgetown Univer. 60 Down the 'V', around the board is the 1971-72 Shepherd College Varsity Swimming team: Co-captain Jeff Rhodes, Scot Ziebel, Mike Myers, Greg Wachtel, Denny Martin, Steve Gershman, Wayne Hoffman, Brian Daisey, co-captain Rudy Krumpe, Martin Goodfriend, Gary Buthreau, Dana Holmquist, Greg Miller, Greg Marks, and Al Warsaw. In the back are Rick Hare, Tom Bennett, Dean Botsford, Bob Montgomery and Coach Erwin G. Fieger. -4. 1 ' - Q V 1 , x, 1' - ' . , ij. 1 1 " 4 1 , xx " W 175 ., '45 I, ll, . ,Q N 1,3 . ,L E , W ig- '- 51:1 ."N 'V V ' . 'rfhqllfs Zlffvfvf Hz., 'I-'Ln "1 'f , Q gu. ix ' ... 'xw ' . V L49 I j , ff' ., "JUG-,n"'.a ' 'Wg " he ' 1 . M fwl,-QQ ' .. , ' -4.4! ' 1 ', I I,. , as with P' r ' ' r I r w if 4 ' ' f:"'lgii'!Q4-F '- ' ' f V 1 , 'Ng , 1 111 w, mmf . ,V ,-.Jn , 1 . 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Z. 1 ,7 fl H.. 1 Y FY- , 1415 . - LY' 'ifig 'V' 3ZYe'H' I f-",iSf1",12'5 ' ,M , f - 1':5 4 if- V 41.,gfan3fr2LiA-,:.7Af'? wSff4S'Ei1 1 fiifffueifaif ' 1 TRACK SCOREBOARD 104 106 100 77 1025 73 1125 Rams Opponent 41 Washington 8a Lee 39 Shippensburg 44 Bridgewater 64 Madison 4210 Western Md. 72 York Cancelled EMC 31W Frostburg l l ' MAA Shown: First Row - Roy Clark, John Akers, John Kelly, Tom Neal, and Kim Whaley. Second Row - Chuck Schmitt, Paige Ledford, Doug Alexander, and Tom Creager. Third Row -- Rick Fleenor, Harold Carmean, Bob Petruski, Frank Goldstein, and Bob Krause. Fourth Row - Clayton Anders, Larry Shanholtz, Coach Jacobs, and Bob White. Fifth Row - Ken Erxleben and Jeff Davis. Absent - Larry Togans, Harry Deaner, Bill Brown, Chuck Smerdzinski, and Gary Chrisman. New Records Shot 42'11 Javelin 186'11 Discus 133'9 Triple Jump 43'2 Long Jump 21'5 440 51.5 220 23.1 r,,,,,,,T-nu-rQ .YW --...Y v 5" "Y-5' W 1 -wr-""1"""" . ml . U... gg gr- p':'...E Q 4 J """ ,,,',,,... - .-..............,g 1 A 1 - 11 to Front Row - Mike Burgess, John Rowland, and Bob Petruski. Back Row - Tom Oberkehr, Harold Carmean, and Bob White. Opponent Madison 22 Eastern Mennonite 15 Shippensburg 15 Shepherd 27 Huntington Indiana 28 Hagerstown Junior College 15 Shepherd 33 50 40 W.V.I.A.C. Cross-Country Championship Meet in Morgantown - placed fifth. -ff l Shown: Pete Pagana, Mike Romaine, Glenn Twigg, Coach Ed Flncham Jerry Hooke Mike Greene and Jeff Stouffer GOLF SCOREBOARD Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd 55 1 11 3 1156 896 10 8 916 328 Loyola 3M R-M 8 Shippensburg 7 Madison 15 Bridgewater 6M Mt. St. Mary's 9V2 York 8 Towson 10 Frostburg 8M D Sz E 348 Touch Football - Commuters Golf - Ted Wroth Charlie See Charles Wealty Junior Mumaw Harry Hopkins Gary Walsh John Lorenz Stevie Smallwood John Miller Cross Country - Bill Fink 3 Man Basketball - Shaft Tom Smith Harry Thompson Clarke Dixon Lewis Scott League Basketball - Theta Xi Ron Murallo Tom Brugnoli Paul Lewis J. D. Holbrook Tom Lange Tom Brown John Kelly Mike Hudson Lew Thompson Rick Morrison Larry Manypenny Foul Shooting Contest - Bob Williams Wrestling Tournament: 150 lbs 167 lbs. 177 lbs 197 lbs Mark Ruben Mike Calhoun Bunky McAlister Marshall Derry Unlimited Bob Pope Volleyball - Theta Xi Dave Rogers Ron Smoot Tom Brugnoli Steve Crowell Dave Kee Ann Noll Gail Allen Softball - Moose Manny Arvon John Smith Tom Dickman John Roach Jim Mayberry Ken Barr Bent Farrell Paige Ledford Gary Baldwin Roger Newcombe Ike Karavellas Paul Wilmoth William Walters 70 Men's Intramurals Q Swim Meet: Men - Tau Kappa Epsilon Bill Allman Tom Bennett Jeff Glazer Steve Protasi Paul Raines Buzz Wells . Ted Wroth Women - Shaw Hall Diane Bowers Janet Cornwell Nancy Johnson Bev Mahon Sue Scott Pat Sigle Nancy Silverthorne Ann Wayne Loise Wiley Intramural Department l It is the desire of the Men's Intramural Department t establish a program with a variety of activities to mee the interests, needs and desires of the students, faculty and staff. During the 1971-72 academic year various activitie were instituted which were new for the intramural pro gram. These activities were 3-Man basketball, golf, wres tling, speed-up softball, a kite flying contest, and an al campus swim meet. All of these programs were well received by the stu f dents participating. Individual medals were presented to champions of the intramurals at the All Sports Banquet on April 24, 1972. Plans are for an even greater program for the 1972-7' college year. The program will be expanded to include co l ed golf, horseshoes, archery shoot, double handball, wate polo, table tennis, checkers, chess, cross country snow ski- ing, speedball, a track and field day, fishing ffly and spi I castingl, tumbling and gymnastics, horseback riding, an cross country bicycling. 1 l fruihgvvff' 'Q , L -,VV W4 ..!'af1z....s:Y K Q 7 'S N. wt 1, VW: V v QEEV4 , XHEQ T ,114 NB H- TXQ A . ll Xgff 'K Q- WT4 5, , ', - 1 Kfhrd Q ,,.. 0 1 ii -I-ou-..,,,,-4 -...Ss I--I' Ia "J5'Kf"" ,,,,'n-f"' . X W, ' 4 'Jen' Women's ntramurals W.R.A. activities this year included hockey, tennis, softball, swimming, horseback riding, volleyball, a modern dance interest group, table tennis, a foul shooting contest, basketball and others. The championship softball team were the Commuters, Vicki Clipp, Debbie Rowh, Ann Noll, Judy Allen, Gale Allen, Julia Stephens, Carol Cook, Kathy M. Snyder, Dibbie Corbin, Patty Cordell, and Laura Vaughan. The Volleyball champs were Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. The members of the team were Judy Reagan, Margie Davis, Karen Taylor, Barb Normyle, Sharon Watson, Kathy Snyder, Sarah Pritchard, Marie Chisholm, Lisa More- house, Noni King, Kathy Duncan, Christy Fuhrman, and Jackie Mears. The team Rim Rams won the basketball championship. Members were Janet Allen, Mel Dorsey, Judy Reel, Sue Kennedy, Shelia Miller, and Lois Barnhart. Special W.R.A. events were participating in the University of Maryland Sports Day, the Track and Field Workshop for sixth graders, and the Centen- nial Volleyball Sports Day. Advisor to the Women's Recreation Association is Miss Beverly Holden and any female student attending Shepherd is eligible to participate in W.R.A. activities. RHIIIS Signlas Basketball Champs Volleyball Champs -.mzxlwnuxxw Www ,'k,V V, ,V iv, Lugz.,T,,,.,:,.-..,,,......-..W-I l -W 'iff ""f"""fi31i's' V - A - .v 6 is f , I V "t" f V - A9 6 cr- M saw www? an -f m - .u - v , - .,,1 1 9 , Shepherd College Volleyball Team Z' yf 4 lj e A1 . I "' in g J , x I E11 ,...-- Lh- ...A-an lancy Norman, Kathy Nanahan, Linda Staub, Pat Sigle, Kathy Snyder, Jan Jordan, Absent: Dianna Bowers, Ann Noll, Gale Allen, Vicki Clipp, Sue Kennedy, Sue -reeding, Margie Stutzman. ffioials AAHPER Division of Girls' and Women's Sports QDGWSJ ASSOCIATE NATIONAL RATING: Blanche Kennedy and Cindy Haugh. INTRAMURAL RATING: J. R. Snyder, Blanche Kennedy, Cindy Haugh, Kathy Snyder, Shiela Miller, Sue Breeding and Pat Sigle. 73 113. ,IX ,gill A I Q UM,.,f QV'--. gi X t YL AV,,,.i,s Jia, w 74 Shown: Scott Stuckey, Lynn Hale, Art Webb, Coach Parker, Paul Shifflett, Glenn Edwards, Gary Budd and Tom Rust TENNIS SCCREBOARD Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Randolph-Macon 1Vz Towson Montgomery Jr. Fairmont EMC Washington and Lee Frostburg Millersville Western Md. Morris Harvey Wheeling West Liberty 8 'YW 9 0 7 9 8 6 4 8 0 9 DR. JAMES A. BUTCHER 1971-72 W.V.I.A.C. President Dr. James A. Butcher was elected as 1971-72 President of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. In a meeting of the presidents of the state and private col- leges of West Virginia at Pipestem Resort on June 12-15, 1971, Dr. Butcher was chosen as successor to Dr. Gordon Herman- son, president of Davis and Elkins College. In the position of president, Dr. Butcher worked with W.V.I.A.C. Commissioner George Springer to further the cause of college athletics in West Virginia and administered the op- eration of the W.V.I.A.C. PROF. BILLY RAY DUNN Sports Information Director Prof. Billy Ray Dunn, one of the Ram's most devoted fans, served as Sports Information Director for the Centennial Year. Aside from his many duties in the education department, Mr. Dunn spent many hours of his own time working to keep the public informed about Ram Teams and players. He had game previews and follow-ups and put a personal emphasis into his sports writing with individual write-ups and pertinent details regarding the athletic programs. Mr. Dunn will be taking a one-year leave of absence next year to finish his doctorate in education. He has accepted a fellowship to Ball State in Muncie, Indiana. Shepherd will be looking forward to his return for the 1974-75 year! . Q Wx' rx. , lsia ,M A -pv ' N Q' 5 "' H Rr' H . Q . gl 56 S ' 1 195 x ef 5 52-' we 9 I l 3.547 , 'nip' ,- Q , 3301? 3, .:,Q,Z, ., ,, 1 :fu 2 ' -2Tf'f ' it R if it X f i 1 if i 1 Ii F VV L 0 f '5'iZ, Zi. . 1 1 Q A LADDER OF CHEERLEADERS! Captain Donna Brake Debi Shockey, Barbara Kirby Clara Shughart, Sherry Miller, Sonya Witmer, Karen Oliff is 3 -'vi' sf' I ,fu x -25 1 xg- , , ,. .. ,? mm :.V ' - '15 """Y'P'K'l T W- Q Y' x adm. wsqg' , :'e,.'.Lw:- 4, .-., .V V' -1.3 - ' 3.1: ' :. ' '2 , V . V V V , ' , " . - 1-9,.',,.x,.-,.-,,fQ:,, .. .,.1., H.- .1 V - -'+ A- Y. an - xy ',.-Ng---'QA 'Nigga V bg, , - w,','l1?i',-.M , ,M V , 1 ,. - ' ' ""' ' ' V , V J-.V ,V " '-'-1--.., , A IQ- .V,,V fn - V-,,.,Q, r s AA.. ,, 1' -. ygx M anti? fi --Zig Eng 7 p 2' .u-- 1 ' 'VV 1 I '59!ViWL ff? A v x . .hjlv -Q , 31. ...P am, , 1 4 as qw ,.,y ,.5 .V . . . .,' 4 -' . w . , A V ., '..V-V .,. 1 gf . L-arg, w ini ' . q.,j ,,. ' ' L11 -1 AX ., K 1 V V w I .S , I If it , 5 if s . . ,l , x, ,J iff 'Mil all ns' 1' X .L W, 41--4. 'X The presentation of outstanding senior awards and a talk by linebacker Chris Hamburger of the Washington Redskins highlighted the Shepherd College athletic banquet. Professor Billy Ray Dunn served as master of ceremonies and also introduced the guest while Dr. Michael Josephs, athletic director, introduced the guest speaker. Recognition of the squads and making the pres- entations were Dr. Josephs Ccheerleadersj, Coach Jesse Riggleman fbaseballj, Coach Robert Starky fbasketballj, Coach Walter Barr ffootballj, Coach David Fincham fgolfj, Coach Erwin Fieger fswimmingi, Coach Roger Parker Ctennis and cross countryi, Coach Mike Jacobs ftracki, and Charles See fintramuralsi. 78 Q fm. Athletic Banquet Outstanding senior awards went to: Baseball - William Walters, Larry Hott, Charles See, and Jim Herdon. Basketball - Bob Penny and Tom Dickman. Football - John Akers, Steve Baker, Dennis Ditmer, Joe Reel, and Jim Prince. Golf - Mike Romaine and Jeff Stouffer. Swimming - Rudy Krumpe and manager Rick Hare. Tennis - Lynn Hale. Track - John Kelly, John Akers, and Ken Erxleben. Intramurals - John Miller, Bill Fink, Bunky McAllister, Clark Dixon, Marshall Derry, Tom Lange, Bob Pope, Bob Williams, William Walters, Henry Smith, Ted Wroth, Mark Ruben, and Mike Calhoun. I 1 fd of 4 U g' N K IL! x 'QA X.. E .AL f' 1 i 599' -4 5 4 1 'if' 4, ,. 'wan Q' ' ff' 3 if 5 5 2 .E I A -' fs' 5 , 4.7 ,. .,. ,. , fic' f 'vw ' fffw I -"f L- y 'Z 1' . ,aQ,'5,i,f,-g,'Q!. A Jn ,fr 4 ,wiper yu 5 2, ' ' 1 4 v I I i 4 4 4 s 5 .'-". J- ... ,v " M. . . . ' " V' , 7"l"f?55"'-'MCS I- . Q -. 1, f , y ni- 2,- 1, i .- 23, 1 V " ' Q in W' 44 W - 3' SW 4 lx 315, T' J ,.,, .w X . ,.,,-. 1 L1 It 4 Q, ,ga jf gk 94 O! "'r,, v. v v , ,,,. ,.: , ,.,. . 5 ' I '.f-5 Srl L-. I X ,!. ,A 1' af -' ' . A ff, vf:,!' '. I 1 ..,- 4 , gm, '- D rlltl -. wligh , fr if I 1 W uw f ' YW y 1 W 2 rg ,ff 1 ' rf' fmjffk Qi ,g .V 1' ififmzaf 3 :2iicQf,gg5'-J-f. Egg If , fhfdtgg 'f gff " ,J .. - " , 'Ml 1 y 1 , if: x. fl , , ,Af fd? f f V , iv gf .,. 'v'f2g1',5! ff! 51.57" I W' ' - Bmw: . , A 'Jfgiigliiz '53, Q 2 ,g af, :QV f g 4 4 ' fe 1, 1 441152 ' -'wuz 5 ky, ,1g,., . . , w,,41l 1 N Y 1 " W ku-xl A," I ' ' 4 hiv ' P vw Q 4 f Sigma Pi Epsilon ku 4'5- axkmff if W' Shown: Max Moore, Rachel Stilwell, Mickey Raschella, Brenda Wright, Robin Townsend, George Wyand, Dr. Diehl, Mike Arant, Christine Fuhrman, Donna Lilly, Robert Grubb, David Gattrell, Ricky Riley, Roger Ritenour, Donald Shade, Dr. Schmidt, and Walter Frank. Beta Iota Omicron - - Shown: Mr. Saab, Dr. Bell, Rachel Stilwell, Christine Fuhrman, Karen Shriver, Dr. Latterell, Mr. Woodward, Dr. Landolt, :Ioann Lockard, Marsha Gauthier, Debbie Ettinger, Roger Edge, Morman Wilt, Ellen Robinson, Custis Elsen, Mike McCauley, Hieliom Grontham, John Weidman, Frank Robinson, Mike Calhoun, James Arnold, Jerry Horner, Mr. Harris, Jeff Rhodes, Edna Furge- son, and Brent Anders. Biolog Field Trip f ' f - X ,""F""v-Qui, 'Twp vlan X A f-'xi ' ' 1 4 u't N!g ' 1 'K' vx 4 .R ge' M N' I ye 4 f. Quia ,ix ,fx , urrggpf gmvk Fix ' s .. ff 8685-1 R xv wi mi A5 ' , l f'f . vw T 'F I fs Ofxlf V .4-'IQ' 5' 'OA -167 c'Picket" EDITORIAL STAFF: Ed Rebrook Paul Raines Dave Dondzila Nancy Miller Advisor - Henry Perry Advertising Manager - Paul Lewis l . V. ,y- V4 will , 3 it 'x ,. X is . REPORTERS: Reuben Darby, John Burgess, Dorothea Chatkins, Sandy Coffman, Linda Gurtler, Natalie Kephart, Carol Price, Barclay Rogers, Trish Shramm, Harold Warner, Janis Willis, Donna Edsall, Bob Fisher, Jenny Grubb, Barb Louke, Larry Manypenny, Joe Papola, Andrew Swaim, Denise Walker, Libby Westfall, Gary Landon, Linda Hopewell, Lisa Clem, Pat Cheny, Pam Allman, Cheryl Buttorff, Mary Carson, Kathy DeHaven, Keith Du- Bois, Paula Fitzwater, Pat Gasper, Richard Hart, Wanda Howell, Ernie Ice, Donna Kelly, John Kercheval, Yvonne Leasure, Sally Mason, Mary Lancaster, Leana Miller, Henry Morrow, Judy Reagan, Sherry Rickerds, Roxanne Roach, Mary Shaffer, Pat Smith, Richard Spaulding, Lois White, and Karla Robin- son. Alpha Psi Omega Shown: Larry Mayer, George King, Harold Goodall, Keith DuBois, Phil Clark, Tessa Aldridge, and Ken Morgan kv ' f..:.tme,g' 791 3" -,,, . rf' J' , fi' . ' 3511! fi u if ' - ' It agij-f fr 5 fm, 14' si' ' 9, 5555 . feels ' ' 531- 121 5' .5 13 , f f 1 " ' s 1 1. 4 " Student Senate ,197 l Seated: Louise Wiley, Sue Gemeney, Kathy DeHaven, President Larry Manypenny, Vice-President Judy Couchman, Secretary Mary Robison, Kathy Martin, and Robin Townsend. Standing: Karen Oliff, Jeanette Thomas, Jo Napoli, Marion Trovinger, George King, Rich Keller, Parliamentarian Nancy Miller, Bob Petruski, Richard Namolick, Ted McGee, Harry Fogle, Chuck Potter, and Pat Visalli. 88 'E' Student Senate 1971-72 President - Larry Manypenny Vice-President - Judy Couchman 1972-73 President - Randy Flood Vice-President - Nancy Miller E Fic. Sihvw' Interfaith Council c Shown: Steve Fountaine, Chairman, Dottie Carroll, Sandy Byers, Paul Raines, Tish Stare, Lyle Lilly, and Father Cyril Draina. Ski Club lf! Shown: Jerry Horner, Sue Homer, Nancy Norman, Karen Roffie, Kath Pique, John Busher, Brenda Swift, Jackie Merse, Mary .Io King, Donna Edsall, Linda Burr, Sally Hutter, Mike Barba, Ted Wroth, Coach Fincham, Doug Alexander, Ross Webster, Arthur Edsall, Allen Kave, John Akers, Denny Ditmer, Jack Cole, Mike Romaine. Center Board 'Q li ii Chairman - Steve Fountaine "5 E v-S' l ,Q 4 1' ZW, 1 . 1 , f Z'-'H ..,..,,g,,.-V ' ff lg, fl , oar- . ,sh 4 M., . , if' 'L ' 4-2-L"f, lwwn: First Row - Bill Wolf, Barb Barrow, Lynne Scully, Pam Klunk, Ruth Custer, Steve Fountaine. Econd Row - Ted Wroth, Paige Ledford, Glen Twigg, Dr. Robert Wilgoos, Mrs. Annette DeHaven, Mr. Paul Saab, Mary Ellen Grove, Mr. William Vaughn, Nancy .1ller, Mr. Howard Carper. M.E.N.C. Shown: James Pantle, advisor, Marcia Sponaugle, Nelson Fritts, Anne Grissinger, Karen Sears, Terri Hendershot, Laura Dorsey, Syble Good, Tracey Tyler, Dennis Strayer, Scott Eversole, Lillian Ohley, Karen Mayer, and Scooter Ziebell. Jazz Ensemble 1. Shown: Brooke Duvall, David Holler, Lee Jones, Professor Farrell Coy, Laura Dorsey, Karen Sears, Denny Strayer, Steve Peregoy, Steve Tregoning, David f Kenny, Scott Eversole, Dale Patton, Scooter Ziebell, Warren Hart, Gary Marvel, Wayne Grauel, Jerry Kunkel, Ben Lacy, Tracey Tyler, Nelson Frltts, Dave 1 Fries, and Craig Cutler. 92 I Chamber Singers J Shown: John Ford, Jean Hathaway, Jane Hutchinson, Beth Raver, Jimbo Freeman, Jerry Kimble, and James Pantle, director. Choir , 1l'i421:tm:iv - John Parkinson, Gerald Kunkel, Wayne Grauel, Leonard Vaughn, Harry Hartman, Richard Fleenor, John Ford, James Pantle, Samuel Felkner, Bradley Zerr, Tlioinirs '11fl1?::yR'aFvvi 5 - William Adams, Charles Tyree, Bennett Lacy, Daniel Korzep, Dennis Strayer, Lillian Ohley, Jane Hutchinson, Ann Pickett, Laura Vaughn, James Freeman, Jr., G. y er. R0fY 4 - Susan Stickler, Barbara Stenger, Syble Good, Teresa Hendershot, Anne Grissinger, Marcia Sponaugle, Vivian Wilson, Elizabeth Smolarek, Pamela Carman, Katliltgtn Chinault, Laura Dorsey, Christine Recker. EW!! - Ann Gamer, Debra Robinson, Debra Greene, Bette Pickett, Ernestine Lewis, Jean Hathaway, Lisa Meadows, Beth Raver, Karen Koontz, Cheryl Smith, W 2 - Karen Sears, cello, Charles Ross, viola, Martha Josephs, violin, Dr. Hans Hoch, violin, Nelson Fritts, trumpet, Farrell Coy, oboe, Dr. Gordan Fonts. Row 1 - Prof. Jay Stenger. Singing Shepherds Shown: Professor Jay Stenger, director, Susan Stickler, pianist, Teresa Hendershot, Jane Hutchinson, Judy Couchman, Harry Hartman, Michael Howard, James Freeman, Karen Koontz, Betsy Johnson, Ann Pickett, and Nelson Fritts. Symphonic Band Shown: John Scholl, Cheryl Forney, Dave Fries, Tracy Tyler, Laura Dorsey, Ann Grissinger, Syble Good, Professor Farrell Coy, Elizabeth Smolarek, Denny Strayer, Steve Tregoning, Professor James Robertson, Director, Edna Garrison, Ann Picket, Pam Hunter, Teresa Hendershot, Marcia Sponaugle, Dave Kenny, Sharilyn Bovey, Pam Carmen, Susan Tabler, Kathy DeHaven, Karen Mayer, Tom Smith, Mike Kauffman, Rusty Heare, Warren Hart, Karen Sears, Scott Eversole, Scooter Ziebell, Dale Patton, Craig Cutler, Randy Webb, Gerald Holler, Brad Zerr, Mike Corb'n, Brooke Duval, Nelson Fritts, Gary Marvel, Leonard Vaughn, Jim Garner, Jim Garman, and Danny Korzep. II i I Ram's Club Shown: Harry Deaner, Paul Brown, Chris Carter, John Akers, John Kelly, Ken Erxleben, Pat Dunfee, and Paige Ledford. Physical Education Maj or's Club Shown: Dr. Josephs, Mr. Fieger, Tish Stare, Harry Fogle, Dennis Martin, Ann Noll, Ted Wroth, Sue Kennedy, Sherry Miller Cmdy Haugh, Kathy Synder, Susanne Horner, Pat Sigle, Susan Breeding, Linda Staub, and Ken Erxleben. Mu Alpha Theta Shown: Rusty Heare, Glenn Bradley, Alan Bolstridge, Don DeLorme, Barbara Busey, Karla Ennis, Pat Doyle, Kathy Snyder Shirley Harper, Sherry Bivens, and Debbie McBee. Math Club , ar-- Shown: Sherry Bivens, Shirley Harper, Al Bolstridge, Deborah McBee, Kathryn Synder, Sandy Marple, Terry Forrest, Terry Hevht, Don Delaorme, Steve Nichols, Glen Bradley, Barbara Busey, and Rusty Heare. 96 l 4-H Club S i 5 P E ,if Shown: Dennis Barron, Sue Souder, Susie Tabler, Jim Farris, and Kathy DeHaven. W Ecology Club 11" 11 Shown: First Row - Barbara Barrow, Phil Clark, Sue Wheatley, and Glen Lapp. Second Row - Gary Simmons, Meg Grove, Dr. Wilgoos, and Ray Price. l l International Relations Club 452' i 1 nt QNX s J - Shown: John Keller, Kristie Grimes, Lea Levy, Vanda Wark, Pliil Clark, Bob Jensenius, Larry Manypenny, 98 l yan.. X. Nancy Miller, Mike Hudson, Rick Jewell, and Tom Ross. l 1 Seventh Annual Seminar On World Affairs Sponsored By The Martinsburg Rotary Club . . . In Collaboration With The Social Science Division And The I.R.C. The Conflict Over Bangladesh" Shown: Dennis D. Barron, Larry Manypenny, Rick Jewell, Kristie Grimes, ler, Vanda Wark, Lea Levy, Tom Ross, Phil Clark. Shown: Jeff Everhart, Donnie Spickler, Scott Lewis, Robert Vaughn, Paul B d Mr. Shukla of India and Rotarian Howard Siler. Home Economics Club Shown: Susan Gemeny, Cathy Busovsky, Pat Wilt, Linda Moreland, Mrs, Stealey, Lorraine Davis, Dottie Deal, Rosemary Goots Judith Anderson, Debbie McMillian, and Lois Boyer. Kappa Gmicron Phi Shown: First Row - Pat Wilt, Susan Gemeny, Jeanne Fitch, and Katherine Yost. Second Row - Mrs. Stealey, Mrs. Hendricks, Betty Easterday, Janet Hancock, Deborah Watts, Mrs. Begole. and Linda Stan- ford. Forensic Team , fx- . iiilxl, A gy. . .,,l,vi,,2,.-,L pf' J .- - 1 R' iw" Q-' W Q, .fi 'f - .lk .,.,,,. 'xuuu.z...S.., Ed Rebrook David Bardsley Richard Hart Tom Andrews 4 i 'YZF' 'iw - Buddy Goodall and Garey Simmons Mr, Melvin Wyler - Advisor IOI Kappa Delta Pi Shown: First Row - Elizabeth Westfall, Deborah Thobois, Geraldine Hodge, and Jeannette Thomas. . Q Second Row - Mr. Kenneth Riley, Kathy Gladhill, Alan Bolstridge, Sharon Menefee, Judy Reagan, Yvonne Riner, Mr. Billy Ray Dunn,and Ted McGee. S.N.E.A. - Shown: First Row - Dr. John Knipe, Ruby Harper, Sue Souder, Dotty Diehl, Libby Westfall, Kathy Gladhill, Lea Levy, Lynne Scully, Betty Pickett, Deborah Thobois, Jeanne Fitch, Karen Yost, Lee Ohley, and Shirley Harper. Second Row - Linda Yost, Jeannette Thomas, Peggy Scott, Deborah McMillan, Carol Miller, Yvonne Riner, Karen Oliff, Nancy Norman, Janice Willis, Sharon Menefee, Barb Whitecotton, Valerie Miller, Debbie McBee, Susan Miller, Brenda Young, Zoraida Abercrombie, Linda Hopewell, Joanne Rossi, and Becky Friel. Alpha Beta Alpha .asf vi- 2 1 :m i Shown: First Row - Hope Miller, Secretary, Susan Godfrey, Vice-President, Tenna Weller, Treasurer, and Jean Elliott, Advi- sor. Second Row - Barbara Maxwell, Marie Knotts, Susanne Horner, Lynne Scully, Brenda Sine, Lexa Long, Eileen Wiliams, Audrey Bussard, and Frances Propst. Phi Alpha Theta Shown: First Row - Virginia Kinkead, Becky Freil, Mary Robison, Kristie Grimes, Nancy Miller, and Lisa Franzen. Second Row - Dennis Boyles, Dr. Bushong, Dr. Wilgoos, Geraldine Hodge, Barbara Whitecotten, Ted McGee, Dr. Frescoln, Mr. Hanak, Mr. Sherrard, Beverly Shobe, Dr. Stealey, and Yvonne Riner. Centennial Executive Committee Shown: Mr. Henry Perry, Dr. Michael Josephs, Dr. Earl Henderson, Mr. William Vaughn, Mr, Farrell Coy, and Rev. John Grissinger. Centennial Executive Committee Secretaries Alpha Rho Tau 1 3 - , s, ,A Q1 ',,e1,,w'i. .V44 xi.1.j1q::i1" kwa! Wi'-1J"Q-.615 V ' iE'g,"'v Vx 'iv 3'x1'f ww 1 ' M '4 pif'1!5w'EHf Q 'R V Shown: Iqathy Wumeck and Gwen Ridenourl Shown: Steve Fountaine, Sally Hutter, Doug Kinnett, Pat Gulya and Roger McClung. A Dorms Boteler Hall 3 Q s Ama hifi 'R f Y Exim: Shown: Robert Lamp, John Mullens, Ike Karavellas, Tim Kane, George Thomas, Kenneth Darcey, Mike Calhoun, Berry McCracken, Mike Chrisman, Eric Crum, Russell Ward, Jeff Williams, Robert Horsham, Dale Strotter, and Thomas Krisak. 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I N, , , , H ' ff.-. . , 3 ' H ' :"2 . , fe ' e. , -SE li ' ' "' ' Kenamond Hall xxx'-X ya' A A sn Shown: Kevin Reilly, Bob Pope, Rod Biller, "Dog," Paul Wilmoth, Jim Maybury, Jim Weller, Ken Barr, Paige Ledford, and Brent Ferrel. fx 'N- - - Shown: Jerry Krause, Hishashi Ishiyama, Tom Heitfeild, Dave Bussey, Pat McHenry, Dave Gainer, Greg Gamble fpresidentj, Patt Gatrell, Tim White, Rob Breeding, Walter Simmons, Harold Ostrander, Dana Holmquist, Bill Adams, Glen Lapp, Bob Putnam, Tucker Wells, Braig Daisey, Dave Raff, Bobby Fisher, and B I Buser. - db X.. Shown: Dan Nical, Duane Calloway, Ed Kirkpatrick, Larry Hott, Steve Heller, Ron Ochletree, Tony Herath, Bill Grantham, Ed Corcoran, Mark Rubin, Mike Van Emburgh, Andre Crummett, Rick Jewell, Doug Cole, and Mark Smith. Miller Hall S Shown: Marcia Pukach, Dale Parren, Carolyn Harmon, Debbie Bean, Sally Rohrbaugh, Liza Gingrich, Sandra Woods, Ginny Owens, and Bonnie Graham. '-'-'I Shown: Cindy Shaffer, Kris Nelson, Susan Koontz, Vicky Smith, Connie Miller, Darlene Scott, Judy Griffiths, Liz Smolareck, Libby Westfall, Claudis Strange, Mikie Smith, Claudette Strange, Diane Bussett, Lorna Nicholson, Kay Riffett, Cathy Wol- ford, B. J. Wojeck, Doris Heath, Pat McKinney, and Erica Johnston. Shown: Stephanie Olexa, Trudy White, Joyce Burkhatter, Linda Crawford, Wendy Carter, Lea Levy, Vanda Wark, Lee Ohley, Louise Strang, Edna Garrison, Lilly Elliott, Sherry Bivens, Diane Daniels, and Betty Pickett. Shaw Hall Shown: Kathi Kline, Karen Patrick, Laura Salem, Louise Wiley, Jo Pennesi, Susie Elliott, Susie Miller, Sharon Pennington, Lynn Martin, Carolyn Kolb, Kathy March, Becky Mitchell, Anna Payne, Diana Bowers, Pat Mitchell, Ruth Grimm, Donna Lang, Barb Zimmerman, and Kathy Chinault. Shown: Kathy Diakiw, Chicken Campbell, Vicki Taylor, Cindy Haugh, Picle McLaughlin, Kay Dawson, Marie Chisholm, Jody Butler, Casey Lattimer, Betsy Larimore, Pat Bohrer, Ann Wayne, Karen Roots, Kthy Miller, Linda Burr, Cindy Thorn, Steph Masenheimer, Megan Vickery, Kathy May, Debbie McCracken, Debbie Yost, Rosemary Fallacaro, Sue Gemeny, Sue Greene, Patty Fanus, Luella Crouse, Bonnie Copenhaver, Jane DeWan, Penny Rossi, Linda Stanford, Joy Raytik, Gretchen Barber, Brenda Staley, Beverly Kessler, and Debbie Mund. ,K li Shown: Nancy Johnson, Pat Sigle, Linda Weller, Linda Staub, Kathi Mnanhan, Nancy Norman, Judy Hutchinson, Sandy Facinoli, Joyce Huyler, Roxanna Bolyard, Donna Kravabloski, Denise Palmer, Karen Roffee, Judy Liess, Diane Castellini, Joan Singer, Cathy Busovsky, Dottie Carroll, Bonnie Miller, Jane Hutchinson, Donna Mellott, Dottie Deal, Chris Hawkes, Peggy Zitnyar, Debbie McMillan, Fran Quinn, Blanche Kennedy, Susan Smith, Lois Boyer, Bev Mahan, Peggy Scott, Trudy Hite, Sue Scott, Chris Simmers, Dale Thein, Mary McJilton, Maureen Jan, Kathi Smith, Suzi Singhass, Marcia Zimmers, Brenda Nelson, and J. R. Synder. Turner Hall Shown: Carol Price, Carmella Rapillo, Carol Carter, Melissa Bickham, Susan Sherald, Trish Schramm, Sharon Schneider, Paula Fitzwater, Ann Bushong, Judy Walker, Donna Webster, Patti Wright, Gayl Summerlin, Janet Rose, Flo Hagen, Sonya Shoemaker, Debbie Kester, Sue Eckerman, Judy Bedford, Debbie Crone, Nancy Lyon, Lois Sututzman, Mel Dorsey, Mary Mosser, Kathy Martin, and Pat Smith. Shown: Peggy Garman, Barb Normyle, Noni King, Brenda Swift, Pam Klunk, Jackie Mears, Punkin Malone, Karen Lehner, Karen Taylor, Lisa Morehouse, Lorraine Davis, Judy Reel, Chris Recker, Georgia Kerchner, Glenna Stewart, Ding Yingling, Mary Dean, Leslie Hinkleman, Mimi Tourneur, Kathy Lee, Laura Riedel, Sue Wheatley, Arfie Tuerke, Trish Barrow, Sharon Watson, Janet Allen, Lois Barnhart, Martha Klove, Ruth Custer, Barb Barrow, Liza Gay, Hope Grimes, Susan Flatter, Peggy Gugliugza, Louise Phillips, Michelle Moran, Dorry Cesarini, Kathy Riedel, Shirley Harper, and Ruby Harper. Shown: Sport Synder, Judy Garrett, Laura Dorsey, Kathy DeHaven, Sue Souder, Brenda Young, Susan Bott, Cindy Bennett, Karen Yost, Gail Bradshaw, Debbie McBee, Susan McDonald, Donna Shumaker, Joyce Godlove, Karen Oliff, Jackie Whetzel, Kim Hackler, Sue Householder, Missy Mills, Kathy Gladhill, Nancy Arnold, Kathy Cindy, Celesta Sager, Helen Polz, Char- maine Paugh, Beverly Cox, Brenda Kidwell, and Linda Gurtler. Shown Debbie MacCormack, Ellen Bowers, Sue Stein, Bev Francis, Sarah Prichard, Linda Silvious, Patti Do- noghue Barb Kirby, Mary Lee DeHaven, Pam Parcell, Dee Lowry, Jennie Becker, and Wendy Boeddinghaus. Shown Kitty Potter Devi Lyle, Jamie Persinger, Karen Koontz, Barbara Louke Cheryl Voss, Cheryl Pearson, Bev Heller, Susie Van- Metre Jackie Hombs Ann Smithers, Mary Doubler, Pam Butke, Debby Doughten and Darlene Piccolomini. Shown: Elaine Harman, Dharon Stewart, Debbie Muth, Shellie Chambers, Pam Turner, Betsy Johnson, Judy Morrill, Tammy Jeavons, Jean Hathaway, Zo Abercrombie, Sheila Shanholtz, Debbie Thobois, Jeannie Fitch, Linda Yost, Susan Gray, and Jo Ann Sho- maker. V l I l 'IL iw - - Shown: Jan Martin, Bev Gorney, Elena Sabatini, Sue Kennedy, Donna Kelly, Cheigly Dahmer, Sharon Ruddler, Debbie Watts, Jeannette Thomas, Sheila Miller, Merri Fields, Vicki Vogt, Claudia Panter, Ellen bertson, Mary Robertson, Dianne Fisher, and Laura Richmond. Thatcher Hall Shown: Al Warsaw, Jeff Glazer, Karlton Smith, Susan Elliot, James Evans, Curt Hose, Charles Potter, Thomas Parbuoni, Bar- bara, Douglas Curry, Glen Bowman, Ken Erxleben, Gary Raley, Allen Keenan, Tim Ebner, Richard Brandfass, Lloyd Webb Tom Rust, John Rowland, Al Bolstridge, and Barry Redmond. in. Kits X Shown: Tim McGlynn, Kim Whaley, Cameron Miller, Harold McCauley, Mike Vance, Fred Woods, Dennis Strayer, Mark Nuz- man, Wayne Grauel, Fred Wilson, Dwight Wedlock, Richard Fountaine, Rick Kerchner, Howard Higgins, Bruce Gronise, Ronnie Mumford, Walter Frank, Tom Conner, John Roth, Tom Creager, Eric Lego, Dean Botsford, Dave Crain, Craig Robey, Ben Lacy, Robert Fountaine, Ken Fiola, Tom Altemose, Doug Brelsford, John Staab, and Jim Farris. 1-1 11 .IU I s f . .1 4 1 mg- -. ,.. ' v 1 1 1 1 1 ,., lm1.,4. 1 111' 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 fl a '15 . 4,14- -af-Q ,Y 1 ,, 1,,- '. 11 ' , .. , U ., ', i 115, 5 , f 1-rw 1 D ' 1 1 . 1 'E 'Z Z I Q ' ,fm Hi ,TWSI4 CU 9 - Q 8 1 1 1 1 1 '."' YY ' -1'11"'?11 11'5 f '1""" 1 tl' 1' 5 - H h -2 1 ..- .. 1 1"1..1-1 11 ' 1, 11 .' 'UZ 'l' 1"'1, '1- '."'l 1 ' 'f . 'Y .2 I 4 av" if 1 -WMWQVT' 5 as 1 Y .Q 'N Q 5 Q V -, ,wig ,sm ,ff Q1 ox - , 'S L. ix 'R X swf-:ww ff ' N QV 5 11 ,,, , . 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X B.. , -K Q , We ,-Q Vicky Jordan, Regena Legg, Deby Doughten, Patty Beddow, Cindy Thorn, Lora Lee Love, Sue Gemeny, Cindy Shingleton, Diane Castellini, Tish Stare, Suzi Singhass, Cathy Kocotis, Louise Wiley, Karen Roffee, Irene Gamba- cort, Sally Rice, Mary Hill, Blanche Kennedy, Donna Tingler, Kathi Smith, J. R. Snyder, Meg Gollan, Debby Yost and Becky Claffy. Theta appa Psi gmqgm S A 5 Q 1 m LQ in 'v 'B Q K Q Cx br Q b S Q Z! GB3Hd3HS 3937703 p..4 Q ... -ia. Q W 9 r f ww ' ,.,,...,,.wA R --..,. . -'avsmvffl' " Ti 'NX S. a ,iii ' A, A , s ,h ' 7: cz .af ' X " "Gif, iff.. Back, Left to Right - Gary Wratchford, John Akers, Ken Exleben, Dave Baker, Steve Logston, Steve Baker, Jim Herndon, Billy Ray Dunn, Al Kave, Bill Parsons, Richard Namolick, Tim Stoner, Chris Johnson, Tom Philbrick, Roy Clark. Psi Lambda Chi Alpha ,ag 1 12? ' ,- 1 1-va-53' K 55 -it in A X gf 4- M . ,f re Q, 4 fa, , if Y 5M .. 1 3. im fr A , 5 . V U fn W L7 an ,sa if 331:32 .J ,li A . 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' xl - ' 1 f 'ri" w' ' 1 3 . - 35.12 ' N Y' V, 'I 1' lk 1 I We , V I ' : 1" Gmega Psi Ph i Lambda Theta IN- I ' 1 e . A QI a 5 , 4 i ' A,- Shown: Paul Johnson, 136 Larry Slade, Mr. Henry Perry, Paul Brown, and George King. 'fr x sv' P4 iq Ns J 1 xr Wx 05? og O "9" 0 we 0 W 04 3 Q 2 RM W aa G 291 M 09 O G X' Q , " N t J! X L, -ans? Panhellenic Council mf fig we 1 -r 1, , - f f ,gf f I V , , -5' 3 1 Z "' 1 995' if ., - Q I if ifvgf Af? 1 if Q57 ghognrhsue Breeding, Sharon Watson, Cindy Thorn, Lori Lee Love, Pat Doyle, Lisa Franzen, Mrs. Swann, Judy Reagan, Mrs. DeHaven, Marian Trovinger, and Ann rn o . 137 3 V 'Winner- '- .1 M ...gr Wfgw. dyiffkfis PM 'L 4 5 '- +2 ff K Z' ff , ff ? viii , , F' 5, 1 49 10" im? 2.5 , LY? 6 1 415114, H4 1 ff" 4 f w 2 I 4 1' v ' N, ,, 1. , WS, 5 . R' , ' 2., 4. 7 . J li x .1-.. if 1 r V A,w-13-'...Q.,,,,.,,..' I fn, In Mgr., 5.1-Q Q ,Q if 5 J' mm?- A.. L' A If Q J -.i . . D i 4 'Nm y Y' , 2 ' 4 L., gf: Hmmm HV yt, l- i"r Zh u q h..'i'nLzl. 4-,wt-on ivo- L ii 4-C 'U' I...-.-E .. 5 . 5 2 E i ,J I .xA, "5-aw. R new I4 ! v i b la The 1972 COHONGORGOTA Is Dedicated To Dr. Sara Cree 1940-1972 Mr. Ray Harris 1946-1972 Mrs. Hazel Hendricks 1961-1972 Dr. Charles Atherton 1954-1972 Mr. John Morgan 1965-1971 These faculty members retired during the 1971-72 academic year. This dedication is in honor of their devoted service to Shepherd College. .Al , jr' ! 4 .F 'P fl. s I f i u if" as fa 'QW .1 0 1 . ,- V-mv, N., 1 , 'fir .' , 4 P I tg' 1 '5- f ,xr ww .nf v,,1n--.www-1 I z . 27 125 12, 4 ,iffy .5 ."'. , ,I 5, V 45151 , V- 49 . 5 r ,gf , , 'VJ1-'Q ', 'E' ,IQ :il ' ' g V 3,1 , O A ..w,, f-4-,r :' 551 A ,aw nz X C mai VH 2, Ei a V. 1?i:lf3iX -' Fx. 'Wh s. , Y ffgyi-yank zumviii ,fav I ml.. r '. kg: -. -"1','?o3,'V3l - . Vvfwffaf . -i?"':f if--f'1"f Wig m,.,z1':rM 'z' f ,-A.fc17v.,2, ? wk: jp qggafjff 5 . S 43 N ' I u , 'wg-P ' , . gr , qw . LQ Q yzii N. MP M2160 H, ? , .J 2, 1 uf 'dr' 1,5 , w,' vw, r, + .41 w 'ff Mi x,"1L 1,ff 1 .Lv u v 1 N - - Z ' x T , v wi xxx 'TV' ,4 3, Sn v if fl QD 1 NU bl'lUKlNlr VEBLDIEP L, . .. A N ---4.-1.-4-nan:-ann! 4 . IWW lp qzfl. , I I 123 'f I , V I' 5 Y., . X " 1, Lfffzlrr lv MSM ?iU zf V" Q ""'q' ff 'MQTZA Tnfzisi , T243 OX 2 1? , 3 . -'Y "' :t 5 A 1 3 1unv""', 1. KWH R-'C -igl - 'Is A l MoMurran Scholars 11535 154 --1439, . Shown with Dean A. G. Slonaker, Dr. James A. Butcher, and Dr. Theodore Erck, President, Hood College Karen Anderson Barbara Busey Jeannette Frankenherry Patricia Gasper Kathy Gladhill Kristie Grimes Shirley Harper Geraldine Hodge James Kane Alison Kaval Don Mauzy Nancy Miller Stanley Myers Martha Reid Yvonne Riner Mary Robison Beverly Shobe Shirley Smith Kathryn Snyder Mary Stocks Hilda Thomas Laura White Stephen Wildasin Honor's Day MeMurran Assembly McMurran Scholar Mary Robison, with her father, left, and Dr Address - Dr. Theodore Erck, John Stealey, III, right' President of Hood College McMurran Reception Dean's Banquet Address - General Lewis B. Hershey fU.S.A. Ret.J Dr. James A. Butcher, General Lewis B. Hershey, and Dr. A. G. Slonaker. McMurran Scholars , 1 t , ' 4 -. r a , 1 ,, x 9" ' ' 5 4 . ,. , j.:'I'ILWJf ISS Student Recognition Day The administration of the Shepherd College student government changed hands on Friday, April 14, when the symbol of office as President of Shepherd College Student Senate for 1972- 73 was given to Randy Flood by Larry Manypenny, the 1971-72 president. The ceremony was part of Student Recognition Day which was presided over by the Dean of Student Affairs, George Auxt. Special Accomplishment Awards went to Paul Wilson, student in the associate of science degree program, George Tyler, Band, Jane Hutchinson, choir, Nancy Miller, Cohongoroota, Kenneth Morgan, drama, Richard Hart, speech, George King, radio, and Peggy LeMay, mod- ern languages. The Outstanding Senior award in the various departments or divisions wentto Alison Kavel, art, Mrs. Jeanne Ecton, biology, Stephen Wildasin, business administration, Joyce Oates, business education, Kathy Gladhill, elementary education, Barbara Busey, secondary education, David Bardsley, English, Mrs. Sue Breeding, women's health and physical educa- tion, Rick Hare, men's health and physical education, Barbara Nairn, home economics, Bar- bara Busey, mathematics, George Tyler, music, Jill Burkhart, social welfare, Tessa Aldridge, speech and drama, and Ed Rebrook, student government. Dr. Sara Helen Cree received a special award from the Health and Physical Education Ma- jors Club for her outstanding services as an educator and a leader. The Outstanding Junior recognition went to Mary Robison and Steve Fountaine, Ella May Turner Class Awards went to Shirley Harper and Stanley Myers, Junior Class, Deborah Mc- Bee and Richard Riley, Sophomore Class, and Donna Edsall, Donna Lilly, and Timothy Cal- kins, Freshman Class. Scholarship awards went to Sue Breeding, Alpha Sigma Tau, Donna Lilly, Chemical Rubber Company Freshman Chemistry Award, Steve Fountaine, College Center Board, Maurice Glad- hill, Delta Sigma Pi, Gretchen Barber and Patricia Wilt, Kappa Omicron Phi, David Everson, Life Sciences Outstanding Freshman, Nancy Miller, Phi Gamma Nu, Dee Hayes and Donna Lilly, Sigma Pi Epsilon Chemistry Awards, Judy Couchman, Sigma, Sigma, Sigma, William Allman, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Lew Thompson, Theta Xi, Stephen Wildasin, Wall Street Jour- nal, and special recognition for excelling in competition with other groups scholastically went to Turner Hall, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Thacher Hall, and Phi Sigma Epsilon. Tau Kappa Epsilon received a Special Public Service Project Award and a Citation of Merit for their work with the muscular dystrophy program. Ted Wroth, Randy West, and Al Bol- stridge accepted the awards on behalf of the fraternity. tt. K lu. 151 0 il,- West Virginia oard of Re ents p 3 1 x. fi .. I ll Front Row, L. to R. - Mr. Earle T. Andrews, Dr. Forrest L. Blair, Honorable Okey L. Pattesong Mrs. Elizabeth Harden Gilmore. Back Row, L. to R. - Dr. Prince B. Woodard, Mr. Miles C. Cary, Mr. Albert M. Morgan, Mr. John E. Amos, Mr. Frederick P. Stamp, Jr., Mr. Edward H. Greene. West Virginia Board of Regents Dr. Prince B. Woodard, Chancellor A regular meeting of the Board of Regents was Dr' Forrest B lair 7 Presldent held at Shepherd College, on Tuesday, April 11 1972, with the following members present: F. L. Blair, John E. Amos, Earle T. Andrews, Eliza- beth H. Gilmore, Edward H. Greene, Albert M Morgan, Okey L. Patteson, and Frederick P. Stamp. In attendance also were the student rep- resentative to the Board, Miles Cary, the Chancel- lor, other members of the Board staff, and repre- sentatives of the news media. Mr. Earle T. Andrews, Secretary Mr. John E. Amos Mrs. Elizabeth Harden Gilmore Mr. Edward Greene Dr. Albert M. Morgan Honorable Okey L. Patteson Mr. Frederick P.. Stamp, Jr. 7 ,n -1 --xp, .ww 2: , - w,,,,., I 1 1 Un'l1!f' 7' , ' , ww, Ihr A v . 1 "I 1 r H - '1 Time Capsule Interment -fa Qrf sfgb if .-Q45 F ffm' asf- V flfbrh Andrews, Dr. Butcher, Mr. Vaughn, Dr. Atherton, and Dean 1- mmf , 'E ,xxx 1 ,xy , r4w'."1 la r .14- 1 1 .,'wr- ' Q nh. N 159854312 fm .,, . .rivet '1 ' fn Recognition of Congressman Address by David Harley O. Staggers. Brinkley gf NBC N Q e -:nj 1-,px 1 J rlsofiiififfzg ll 'xi I Xl, ,. ,1 ,. " 'I ..Z 1 " '1'f1,E.-1- 51.27 , . 1 1 . . . 5. 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I A - .V :V ,131-111.1':!vj,.g,f.,zV..'J,.1.' , 1 V X ' 1 1 1,1 P11 , 1 1i?.,1.' ,?'!:..:,1,EiH,,v!1xI I-1: 51' . li 1? 1' ,11-22'-.11zi'-'1'1'1:.11 ' 1 1 1 , , . ,,1'tg x,, .,1ay1 11 11 I 1' I I 5 I 6 1 11 1 11 1 1 .5113 11m 3: "Wi-f1..1 fm- Dr. James A. Butcher 'Q 2 4 1 wi' Nm, x 14" ' , '5- of 'V 1-Q5 fm.-w wp, WW , anew -15" President Of Shepherd College N 'X A 5- 4, Q 5 if if if 5 3 fi 4 U ,F Q 52 X. W' R -vig F 5 1 ee T ' a ., ' 6 V '-LE yy -, A .-if - 1 t , Xp-f, +- Xie' 'S . . . .Nw -'w'v"'A A Q ,, ... . ,-nnfeuvp-m.4m.m... 2 ,..,..M-wwwunr --' ' 544' 7, ,MN i A F Dr. Earle E. Henderson Administrative Assistant to the President Dr. A. Gordon Slonaker BL Academic Dean I I U 5 fx-at ' George Auxt Harry Young Dean of Student Affairs Dean of Men 3 , Q S ' Dr. Emelia Louise Kilby John Romano Dean of Women Director of Financial Aids If 2,-Ly X gnfrlc , OHQHGQ Hs!" - 'fx n . 3 s F' , 5' y , , -R , , ai ... fn.: 2 f -nu. 41' 1 vp 4 .1 4s itil' 5 , K , . ,,, 1 John Raschella Financial and Budgetary Officer Fred Mackey Director of Physical Plant and Engineering gawk, , : Yxk , FY.. Ig i i , E .1 11 X t fijfe gx " it 1 if ' I f lll il Charles Doss ll Assistant Business Manager ,Q 'l l 'l 1 1 1 1 l x i 'i Xl 1 1 4 w I ,VX Dr. James Moler l Coordinator of Educational Field Services i ll. G. Norris Rath Registrar Agnes Tabler Assistant Registrar Karl Wolf Director of Admissions William Vaughn and Ed Rebrook Student Center Director and Assistant Director os? -1 - .,e'a-HQ I ' 4 ',:j.Q,a,aa'2f21"' gf HE D RESIDENTS l l --fl! Shown: Mrs. Gail Brown, Mrs. Annette DeHaven, Miss Jan Wooten, Mrs. Pat Kilpatric, Mr. Louis Corey, and Mr, Sam Biller. Cafeteria - A.R.A. Slater A Front Row: William Mertz, Mary Brady, Edwin Stickel. Back Row Edwards, Mary Winfrey, Hilda, Brasher, Gary Lewis, and Sarah Linki 166 3. si! li i i, l i l, qi l 5 ' xx l 1 - 55 lz' fig,-:i A , . lu is M 2 " ' l 1-l wif Yrirrr -UV Y J 'W Q K, lil Howard Walter, Flo Hammond, Brenda Branson, William Holbruner, Thelma Breeden, Jean , l l l 9 s I l 2 l A l l r l l l l BOOK STORE M, w.fN,m, .. fi if ly-nw. aiu", '-30 Eff -W Uhr --v ws -an , Q M"'FNu4.4,,,I gzniia 46' '4 . " 1 W 3 ns, lzfflufnh-w4m,,,,,A'L4 ua "I . .g'i'-Q" F Q, fi 4 4 .fmu""4Wi4v.uf-iid'-' ' 2 5 Shown: Nancy Harris, Linda Cottrill, and Beth Baker. STUDE T CENTER im," Shown: Laura Delauney, Ruby Mayek, Margaret Goodrich, Gwen Ridenour, Virginia Smith, Cecil Boyd, and Carol Park. 167 T'- - in. Sulzl' L Y affiln ' Iii 'EW214 ov' 11.21 t My gg iffy' I f" YW 41 'liao I, ,., . .Mui Switchboard Operators Mailing Room .. '15,-:jj :L T7 iv ,.- l '4 1: it x E a g' .A A ,. J! fg ? gf :lm ' 31 " ' lgffitfii ' -:Biff 4 ,f- s-' 'r 5, 'gif , , , J A - uf: , i " . X' gpm 35 is' ti? Barbara Bussey, Emma Jean Mackey, and Mary Hill. Paul Lewis and Dave Owings. Nurses Computer Center .4""' ll Judy Knotts, Linda Bobo, Richard Lundsford, Dale Ford Mary E. Biller, R.N. and Margaret Hammond, R.N. Robert Bryan and Joanie Walker Division Secretaries r '. X .. ' f sw-,... igkgg ' 'hifi -Q xww ,,,,0,, j' 'ffdmkfk ,L 1. AQ- f t Gm'-life 1' ' ' "' 1 ' , 4 .ZH 'IK x T Nz. . N, . --7"N ' . ' s 1 '.' . ,., 4, A Y ,H i 1 V ., . "Wx fry' - - 1 fi -tiff Standing - Judy Parker, Nancy Parker. Seated - B tt Fl t h S ll S B t L Crompton and Martha Crompton. e y e C er, a y ee' e ty Ou Secretaries Standing - Fay Lambert, Ann Swope, Beverly Cummings, Joyce Marchette, Dottie Hanak, Edith Hall, Naomi Fulks, Margaret Moore, Sandra Butts, and Carolyn Kerr. Seated - Juanita Thompson, Linda Bobo, Phyllis Twigg, Betty Fletcher, and Dianna Coe. Maintenance 4 N r . Left to Right, lst Row - William Hollar, Henry Boyer, Isabelle Dusing, Dorothy Breeden, Barbara Stride, Elizabeth Dick, Thomas Washington, William Fitz. 2nd Row - Ruth Strube, Dorothy Grantham, Hazel Leatherman, Helen Branson, Ethel Grantham, Joe Smith, Anna Jenkins, Kenneth Dunmore, Robert Jen- kins. 3rd Row - Lynwood Wiltshire, George Myers, Reuben Swope, Calvin Leatherman, Donald Eby, Rob- ert Carter, Floyd Small, Robert Breeden. l 4, Division Chairmen X . W Qu fn H' I"-f-gg ur... .2 ., A, X , Q t i Health and Physical Education: DR. MICHAEL J OSEPHS wwe 'si , ra? we cf- ,g t Mjwfafilgzy A 'f 4 1 . . .....-4. Science and Mathematics: I , A Social Science. , ,,1. Rv' ' ' MR- RAY E- HARRIS F , 147 ' DR. JOHN E, STEALEY, III ul , Creative Arts: DR. GUY FRANK 'Wax f 15" . Q 1 5? X ' if 5 is it-ff 1- Els lr Business Administration: Languages and Literature: Home Economics: MR. CHARLES F. PRINTZ DR. VERA E. MALTON MRS. HAZEL HENDRICKS DI I IO OF SCIENCE AND MATH Shown: First Row - Miss Carpenter, Dr. Carl Bell, Dr. John Diehl, Mr. Ray Harris, Dr. Charles Atherton, Mr. How- ard Carper. Second Row - Mr. Paul Saab, Mr. Carl Rauch, Mr. Lester Mehrkam, Dr. Jerry Smith, Dr. John Landolt, Dr. John Schmidt. Third Row - Dr. Eugene Volker, Dr. Robert Putz, Mr. Robert Mason, Dr. Richard Latterell, Mr. Charles Woodward, and Mr. James Kelso. DIVISIO OF HOME ECONOMICS I . ,S V E: o I V o 5, I I V 5:55 ,. 2 w'ilkv'1Q A lfilfwkf Shown: Mrs. Katie Jo Begole, Miss Sandra Murphy, and Mrs. Patri- cia Stealey. 72 DIVISIO OF SOCIAL SCIENCE f?sE51:'fS-Nf,p., 'fr 'lilld " "f'H. .. IQU' v 4 fi I 7 I Q fe' " -nw' " - , l f fqv . "1 , ' x 3- 9 I ' f 1 1.,H , X H 1 H. 13f'T:M"' I ' ., 1' ' f rt . . 41 l 4. .W , a A .. L - Shown: I-'il-st Row - Mr. Walter Hanak, Dr. Katherine Frescoln, Dr. Millard Bushong. Second Row - Dr. John Stealey III, Mr. Ralph Sherrard, Dr. Jzuncs Holland, and Dr. Robert Willgoos. v l l l v r 1 1, l l I I l 4 l l K, P r l l l 1, l l l I l l 12 . i ll l 1. l lc l l l 1 l l l l l l l l I 1 l l I l l r ll Nl l I l l l P l I l l l ll.. va? 'N V., Shown: Mr. H. Yul Rhee, Dr. Mary Walker, and Dr. Thomas Kiefer. g 51' 543 Shown: Mrs. Carol Puckett and Mr. Carlton Munson. --uf' 4... -sf 4. Shown: Mr. Ronald Smeltzer and Mr. Ralph Sherrard. X F 'zip?.vE.- . A A4--H' . . ' ,Z .1411 u 11, H L. V.. , ,, . l ll1SYi'5'.gfQ' f 5331 3 Y Khjttliij ff' .322 lflrj 325' 'fwfr ezfgiil, rfriggg -fyvl' ' 1 11- 1: M, 3 A .. , H ff.,-.fx. . fi122f' 1312fxil7ll f Eff? l!' xx f ?" gp7',1' ! . if f. ". ' 01' I .V .5 fl':?l'y -if 1 l .1461 'E' A Ain' I .nfllliilfllgl - 55 . . JS, :1f,f!wf'gf:bfl5l' f r'..gi1.si.f 1.42192-YQ-Igefia' :gh-gy "5-.:: W5 if.-Jim! iff ,av-ljl 5 :Lzl4g'f,3lf'Q4i' :,"'3.:-j:'ff:1'f 'Alif 31,3 Ql:"J': Shown: Mrs. Kathryn Venables and Mr. Virgil Brown, l73 I7 Division Cf Creative Arts not I ayi, 4' 'Hx Shown: Mr. Farrell Coy, Mr. James Robertson, Mr. James Pantle, Mr. Jay Stenger, and Dr. Guy Frank. Q5 v- Shown: Mr. Lorenzo Benedict, Mr. Ronald Jones, and Mr. Regis Kontra. 4 1 Division Of Language And Literature K 1" 'Tw Shown: Mrs. Ruth Dean, Dr. Vera Malton, Dr. Ethel Cornwell, Mrs. Margaret Byrer, Mrs. Dorothy Pike, and Mrs Sara Grissinger. 1 l f l A 2 I1 P' 0. f ,i M ""' " - s J. , 1 5 Y . - . 1 1 QShown Above: Dr. Robert Coffeen, Dr. Lee Keebler, Dr. Phillip Bufithis, and Mr. Henry Perry. Shown Below: L Melvin Wyler, Vera Malton, . Wade Banks, and . George Wilson. 76 Division Of Health And Physical Education Shown: Mr. David Fincham, Dr. Michael Josephs, Mr. Michael Jacobs, Mr. Walter Barr, Mr. Robert Starkey, Mr. Jesse Riggleman, Dr. Sara Cree, Mr. Erwin Fieger, Miss Beverly Holden, and Mr. Roger Parker. Division Of Education And Psychology ... 'J ..- Shown: First Row - Dr. Carroll Palmer, Miss Nancy Parker, Mrs. Margaret Swann, Dr. Arreta Jaranko. :Second Row -- Dr. John Knipe, Dr. John King, Mr. Kenneth Riley, Mr. Charles Freeland, and Mr. Billy Ray Dunn. Division Of Business Administration 'B l id ly- 'Q L q ,.... Ni W l rv i., fu. Q, 'S .2 Shown: Mr. William Johnson, Mr. John Snare, Mr. Herbert Clark, Mr. Bob Brown, Mr. Charles Printz, Dr. Helen Cloyd, Mr. Charles Taylor, Mr. John Duffy. Library Staff K- PRF ,,,, gg jg l-44 2 lk H 'S S 'st1?'2-.- ii . 5 0 ' - :e w w .Jig ' O Shown: Janice Skidmore, Joanne Spaulding, Linda Sharp, Barbara Maxwell, Floyd Miller, Jean Elliott, Marina Tiano, Karen Griffith, Rosemary Young, and Delores Nicodemus. ! w r i i V Y s l I CENTENNIAL SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1971-72 42" ' - 3 -f- QQ'-'iv i' lv 35 ff V kiafifwa , T? . ggfggg' ,, ,. . -1 Q15 ef .1 . fir 4 'als 1:5 .ff , , fi 1. , W ff 4 ,. iff' Q' fsi: iff al fr s , ,. 9 fi MH?" u'i1f,,,'- ,rpy 'D' 42? Left to Right - Patricia Hume, Vice Presidentg Richard Hart, Officer Pro Temporeg surerg Tom Andrews, President, 180 if veg in I. 54' W' V' A , ,Mba S. ' , 1 ,Q - A ,V A l . I V L' W, I ."v,: f Y 44 4' J I "' ,Z if.. 3 , . VY I ,I ' .534-,K , f "" 2 If f 1 . ' if' 97"l ,nfl 1 A if A " m ' 'f S, Sally Hutter, Secretaryg Tom Smith, Class Senatorg Linda Hopewell, Trea Whois Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges DIVISION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Steven Wildasin and John Wensy 'UN Q.,,,,.w. -.-- ,....h...... ..., 2, 3 . ag' 'A ix ,. -V I ' DIAL ,' NHVEHIIEBN 'UF I-llJHIl,'A1'IUN AND PSYCH4OI,0GY: Seated - Patricia Hume and Kathy Gladhill. Standing - Jeannette Thomas and Laura White. X22 if 1 -31213, qs DIVISION OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE: 4 Q Z3 5, 4,35 S' QIYIRN S Seated - Patricia Cheney, Sandra Byers, Linda Hopewell. Standing - Elizabeth Westfall, Tessa Aldridge LJ ' . DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS: Seated - Patricia Doyle, Barbara Busey, Kathryn M. Snyder. Standing - Brian Leiter, Glenn Bradley. 185 5 : ,mn -nh:n,w.4.x,-2,-1-Q.'1 'T ' M 1-01:60. r i 2 If 22 if i -4 H 86 1 .ax 471 TX -411 1 V37 DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS: Barbara Nairn and Patricia Wilt ff 1 JH www' SPEECH AND DRAMA: Tom Andrews. 'Vs "1 iff' fi 2 1 if .lr x f ! 1 vi 4 Pig gaiiifxii V fag?" ef 'v ' iA7'2,51i SOCIAL WELFARE: Judy Couchman. DIVISION OF FINE ART: Sally Hutter. 7 A. ,,,. A , 4 if Q 9 L + ., .GQ , 3 sq, a Division Of Business Administration 5 .fy . iv' "' M nl 'M' "' Michael Barba ffm. ' Chris Baske - M Robert Bryan Daoroi Sorasak L M' Dale Ford Maurice Gladhill ,,,s.zv" Joyce Godlove David Hansen Mn? my Lea Hume David Johnson Randy Lee Donald Lovell David MacCormack Max Moore Edward Murphy James McHenry . 4: 2+ 3 Zu., Y , ,x 'FSR 45,- Paul Shifflett Robert sisk W' J Donald Skiles M ' George T. Smith Tom Spaur Frederick Tavenner Janet Teets Sharon Tharp Louis Thompson Ronald Tucker Frances Vannoy Pat Visalli Larry Webster John Wensyll Stephen Wildasin Zoraida Abercrombie Barbara Ardinger Deborah Bennett Belinda Berger Susan Bonebrake Mary Ann Brubaker Cheryl Buttorff Sharon Colebank Linda Cosens ww 5-- 'C' www 19?- 'Xl' Q"-my 35 3-ff JU" 'fil- wwf 'Aj nr-.wr it? S . .-Lf Ft . 1 ,4 ,4- - . 21, 3 is Ronald DeMedici Judy Dodson Susan Elliot Nancy Esterline Sherryl Freeland Kathy Gladhill Harry Hartman Karen Hott Patricia Hume Allan Keenan Brenda Kidwell Virginia Kinkead Thomas Lange Kathy Laidlow Connie Lawler Vicky Mason Sharon Memefee Judy Miller Susan Miller Valerie Miller Beverly Murphy Karen Nopper Bonnie McManus Jean Owens Jayne Pitzer Elizabethh Potter Nancy Price Carmela Rapillo Martha Reid Debra Santmier Sharon Schneider Robert Stang Susan Stein Deborah Thobois Jeannette Thomas Ronald Todd Doris Tuckwiller Laura White Phyllis Wilson William Wolfe Division Cf Fine Arts 410' VCT? Vw 'il MU fag, r. tr'-H may rr. ..1a.-'V' '31 '-Tw 1' 49" Brenda Wroe Karen Yost Linda Yost Garman' Bowers Michael Corbin Sally Hutter Kathleen Pyle Cherrl Smith Daniel Tabler Leonard Vaughan Paul Allen James Armentrout Thomas Bennett Scott Boyer Susan P. Breeding Joan Chapman Edward Cole Wilma Cooper Roy O. Deavers Joseph DeHaven Thomas Dickman Kenneth Erxleben Harvey Eye Harry Fogle David Gordon Michael Greene Lynn Hale Richard Hare Suzanne Horner Diana Judy John Kelley Kenneth Lowa Gregory Marks Robert Raff Lowell Rogers Quay Scott Edward Wroth Monica Davis Jeanne Fitch Beverly Gorney Jan Harriman Bonnie MacKenzie Melissa Mills Linda Moreland Barbara Nairn Linda Patterson Drema Reichart Wanda Schaidt Gayle Summerlin Deborah Watts Patricia Wilt Thomas Andrews Dorothea Bayer John Burgess Patricia Cheney Sandra Byers Lisa Clem Brenda Eienhart Richard Hart Linda Hopewell Donna Kelly John Landau Yvonne Leasure Susan Mentzer Hope Miller Leana Miller William ReBrook Shirley Ruckman Jeff Stouffer Thomas Valentine Tenna Weller Elizabeth Westfall Janis Willis Fred Alger Barbara Busey Martha Campbell Jeanne Ecton David Hartman Terry Heck Larry Hott Division Of Languages And Literature 685 1 ' N ' f fx' 'iff' 'er-ff' 'Q' A . . H ia Eff-x VD! 'mf 1"""" 594 H CT Sv' Division Of Science And Mathematics 255 2 9' it "ilr"--.,!- '?f?. W dig, . W 5 3 4 Z? gl i G R 4 tl 42 H551 - i MM' Richard Mohler Sylvia Riker Paul Ritenour Sharon Rudacille Ronald Snow Kathy Snyder Georgia Wyand Linda Barnes George Brandner Rebecca Friel Margaret Frye Geraldine Hodge Ronald Honaker Michael Hudson Robert J ensenius Rick Jewell Lexa Long Nutter David Marvel Ronald Miller Jeanne Moberly Ted McGee Paul Raines Edward Schewbridge Beverly Shobe Terry Shobe Richard Snyder Barbara Thomas Barbara Whitecotton Patricia Wishard Marilyn Yates Judy Couchman Carolyn Harris Frances Lantz Sue White Division f Social Science :Whi- "TCE" ..,,,g..-...M '49, VS Division Of Social Welfare sf, 'Eff' 15' Whois Who Among American Universities And Colleges The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated from approximately eight hundred universities and colleges. Campus nominating committees, in making their selections, are instructed to consider: the stu- dent's scholarshipg his participation and leadership in academic and extracurri- cular activitiesg his citizenship and service to the school, and his promise of future usefulness. The organization awards each member a certificate of recognition, given to Shepherd College members on Student Recognition Day. Also, it provides a placement of reference service to assist members seeking employment, scholar- ships and fellowships. SHEPHERD COLLEGE'S WHO'S WHO: Tessa Aldridge Languages and Literature Thomas Andrews Languages and Literature Steven Baker Health and Physical Education Linda Barnes Social Science Glenn Bradley Science and Mathematics Susan P. Breeding Barbara Busey Sandra Byers Patricia Cheney Judy Couchman Patricia Doyle Kathy Gladhill David M. Greene Richard Hare Linda Hopewell Patricia M. Hume Sally Hutter John Kelley Brian Leiter Sharom Menefee Susan Mentzer Barbara Nairn James Prince Kathryn Snyder Jeannette Thomas John Wensyel Elizabeth Westfall Laura White Stephen Wildasin Patricia Wilt Health and Physical Education Science and Mathematics Languages and Literature Languages and Literature Social Welfare Science and Mathematics Elementary Education Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education Languages and Literature Elementary Education Art Health and Physical Education Science and Mathematics Elementary Education Languages and Literature Home Economics Health and Physical Education Science and Mathematics Elementary Education Business Administration Languages and Literature Elementary Education Business Administration Home Economics I99 200 '- . 'I 9 1525413 ,., . , 45,4 , ,ge, ,z vm, . fm, -, Yi.:?i?i3754f'?-ii ' : if 'iii' 'afii s is' j r may 5 x 4. Q rl' 2483! s 1 f Q aw Ski' Ji':X'-.w ag.!-Q"'m,-ngik Q V3 ., tx but rn, 1' V, if'- -"'+f. r: fs. '22, 3' l,, i'7i?'3""3iM ' ' ' Y X vu, 4 ' "' QP"'9' Q ,I ji wh A' ,Jw N A .N at iikff' 1. ,ff A X' CLASS OFFICERS: Steve Fountaine, Presidentg Cathy Kocotis, Secretaryg Becky Claffy, Treasurerg Mary Hill, Vice-President. W1 William Anderson Nancy Arnold Manny Arvon Tom Barnhart Lois Barrett Dennis D. Barron Dennis L. Barron Patty Beddow Al Bolstridge Pat Bouman ,yu Frank Accardi John Akers Douglas Alexander Judith Anderson Karen Anderson ex ' ""3,qv' f - M fiat. s if-W' i sv ow- my A -z 1 A N, ff A , f 'X' f sw! 's,, 'G XX, ag uk till 711 3, 5 'D Q Q f' 5 I 2 ,I 'f x x. Diana Bowers Gail Bradshaw Donna Brake Thomas Brown Thomas Brugnoli Audrey Bussard Harold Butts Cathy Carr Barbara Carter Elizabeth Cave Donald DeLorme Gerald Dhayer A 'tlv i it 'ei Kathi Diakiw . ' ' Stewart Dodson Laura Dorsey Debbie Doughten Patricia Dronenburg Keith DuBois James Duke Glenn Edwards Gary Chrisman Becky Claffy Phil Clark Kathryn Cooper Joann Corim Barbara Creswell Deborah Crone Ken Darcey Margie Davis George Dean Debbie Ettinger Sharon Ewbank Eileen Fadely Bent Farrell James Fleener Steve Fountaine Lisa Franzen James Fries Christine Fuhrman Ann Gainer 202 'lv Nav 'Su , r ea , I X i 8. V av- Buddy Goodall Rosemary Goots Joseph Green Susan Greene Kristie Grimes Bernard Groves Jennifer Grubb Gloria Haines Kitty Harbaugh Shirley Harper , iv AVN . ,T'i-- ,f ' . W '4n775-rxi' 4 , 491 6-P 2-q5"'h" -c,,m' . I. t Richard Hopkins Jerry Horner Jack Holtzman Wanda Howell Elise Hume Jane Hutchinson Judy Hutchinson Janet Illsley Joyce Jackson Kevin Jackson Alfred Gardiner James Garman Edna Garrison Patricia Gasper David Gatrell Marsha Gauthier Susan Gemeny Carl George Steven Gershman Frank Goldstein Edward Harriman Lucinda Haugh Doris Heath Beverly Heller Teresa Hendershot Jacqueline Hill Mary Hill William Hitzel William Hogan Harry Hopkins Linda Jordan Robert Kann Richard Keller Blanche Kennedy Natalie Kephart Nick Kercheval Georgia Kerchner William Kile Sally Klotz Cathy Kocotis Larry Manypenny Dennis Martin Janet Martin John McCracken Beverly McDonald Jacqueline Mears Diane Michael Bonnie Miller Nancy Miller Sherry Miller Donna Kravabloskl Gary Landon Paige Ledford Jeff Lee Regena Legg Lea Levy Paul Lewis David Lind Ad Link Lora Lee Love Gary Mills Milton Mills Patricia Mitchell Rebecca Mitchell John Morris Stephen Morris Henry Marrow Jay Murphy Debi Muth Bruce Myers 204 549 4 ,- 7, v 1 fra fv 1 4 4- 'V' .L ' -1 i ' 1' K ' 'I 1. J 'XI x , N ' L I DI Qi ' 'i , if 4 -5. A M, I we yi. 5 f X, vs f .2 ' 'E 4 ,v if 4 4 1" I 1' 5- ,xr Q ,NX K-4 Claudia Panter Donna Parker Steve Peregoy Robert Petruski David Phelps Ann Pickett Bette Pickett Frances Propst Frances Quinn ,PK , ' I f H . ' .ff ' ' , , 5, .- il I . 'af Q tg! Barbara Palmer i QE? -1.7 , 1 f 1 lf... SV" 1, 1 4' ATR T71 M . Q 04 , --f l 4 ,K 1 K ki ffx n Michael Romaine Janet Rose Steven Rotz Thomas Rust Grerksak Sakbedin Charles Schmitt Margaret Scott Lynne Scully Larry Shanholtz Susan Sherald Harry Nachman Tom Neal Brenda Nelson Luther Nichols Steve Nichols Rebecca Noll Conaway O'Donnell Karen Oliff Ann Orndorff Mark Osbourn LV. Y? Garry Raley Judy Reagan Sharon Redman Jeffrey Rhodes Patricia Riker Yvonne Riner Roxanne Reach Sandra Robinson Karen Roffee David Rogers 'fiv- 'Wil fx 63 3' Clara Shughart Walter Simmons Brenda Sine Dona Smallwood Janet Smith Elizabeth Smolarek Ronald Smoot Kathy Snyder Lee Snyder Naomi Snyder an Dennis Torbett Glenn Twigg Charles Tyree James Tyree Laura Vance Susie Van Metre Vicki Vogt Joan Walker Russ Ward Vanda Wark John Staab Teresa Stare Sherry Steen Rachel Stilwell Karen Straight Dale Strother Karen Taylor Cindy Thorn Barbara Thorp Donna Tingler .r ,,, I l lt, 1 . 99' ,- 'ff' 1 GC 63 Al Warsaw Sharon Watson Randy West Mary Whittington Kelly Wiest Eileen Williams Betty Wojick Sandra Woods Joyce Wotring Patricia Wright Faye Young Charles Yurish 205 206 N 4.4.1 CLASS OFFICERS: Diane Castellini, Secretaryg Sue Scott, Presidentg Marie Chisholm, Treasurer. Rebecca Allara Thomas Altemose Brent Anders Steven Bankhead Brenda Barrett Sandra Batt Anne Beatty Gary Bellison Cindy Bennett Marshall Beverley Raye Ellen Biller James Blais John Bonner Patricia Bohrer Susan Bott 2 l l l ' . I l 1 N ,Q gl, mn iw., i l l i 4 J i l I l i Q l l li l i l l l i l l , I VI' I i il. f? le ll lf in l ll Linda Campbell Harold Carmean William Carrier Dorothy Carroll Dorothy Cesarini Kathy Chinault Gayle Conner Carol Cook Bonnie Copenhaver Deborah Corbin 755 William Dashiell Karen Dawson Dottie Deal Mary Lee DeHaven Jane DeWan Becky DeWitt Laura Dressel Louis Duckworth Kathryn Duncan Sandra Facinoli Glenn Bowman Lois Boyer Joseph Bradley Kathy Bransford Carol Burkhart Linda Burr Cathryn Busovsk Paul Butcher Jody Butler Karen Campbell HV J. Belle Corby Patti Cordell Gale Coyle Shirley Crawford Luella Crouse Steve Crowell Craig Cutler Brian Daisey Cheryl Dahmer 1 " Kathleen Daorai fa 208 KN Q Wlx M i ff I H 'l I Rosemary Fallacarc Billie Jean Feller Dennis Fitzgerald Donna Fortney Walter Frank Denise Fries Kenneth Frye Gregory Gamble Lonnie George Syble Good A Y ,,.. VY' 9 , ,. SP 1 KY. 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YT Antoinette Tribet Susan Tuerke Dana Turk Gloria Unger Michael Vance Laura Vaughan Mary Vecellio Gregg Wachtel Diane Wallace Kristin Waldo ,,.-, ' w g G Y 1 , I Donna Sullivan Dwight Swauger Brenda Swift Susan Tabler Roberta Taylor Dale Thein Diana Thompson Suthan Thongmonkolchai Robin Townsend Megan Toy SSX P 9 0: ' ' V .few " I Y N , . F Wi' 'ft ll 55' ff y 1 rim RJ., Af 'Wffv W h r x- ' " X A' I' A , A Qfj' 1 ff ' E l x 1 - ' ii 1' A55 in-r ' Q 4: 217 Judy Walker Richard Warther Marilyn Washington Arthur Webb Lloyd Webb Thomas Wells Susan Wheatley Trudy White Charles Whitehair Patricia Williams 'wffff' Scott Ziebell Susan Zimmerman Marcia Zimmers I QVQQ IB? mgzmm 219 20 FACULTY DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION James A. Butcher, Ed.D. President and Professor of Education Glenville State College West Virginia University American University Arthur G. Slonaker, Ed.D. Academic Dean and Professor of Education Shepherd College West Virginia University University of Virginia George Auxt, M.A. Dean of Student Affairs Gettysburg College Columbia University Emelia-Louise Kilby, Ph.D. Professor of Student Personnel and Dean of Women Mary Washington College New York University University of Washington Floyd W. Miller, M.S.L.S. Librarian and Associate Professor of Library Science Findlay College Western Reserve University University of Illinois Harry C. Young, Jr., M.A. Dean of Men and Instructor in Student Personnel Ohio State University Marshall University G. Norris Rath, M.S. Registrar and Assistant Professor of Business Administration Shepherd College West Virginia University Earl E. Henderson, Ed.D. Administrative Assistant to the President and Associate Professor of Education East Tennessee State University Indiana University American University John L. Raschella, B.S. Financial and Budgetary Officer West Virginia University James M. Moler, Ed.D. Coordinator of Educational Field Services Professor of Education Berea College Duke University University of Virginia Charles E. Doss, B.A., B.S. Business Manager Morris Harvey College Giovanno Romano, M.A. Director of Financial Aids and Instructor in Student Personnel Glenville State College West Virginia University Karl L. Wolf, B.S. Director of Admissions Shepherd College George Washington University FACULTY Charles Atherton, Ed.D. Professor of Mathematics University of Maine Columbia University Wade W. Banks, M.A. Associate Professor of Speech Shepherd College Florida State University West Virginia University William J. Barnhart, Ph.D. Professor of English University of Tennessee University of North Carolina Walter A. Barr, Jr., M.A. Instructor in Physical Education Shepherd College Madison College Katie Jo Hicks, Begole, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Concord College Virginia Polytechnic Institute Carl F. Bell, Ph.D. Professor of Biology Muskingum College Miami University Ohio State University Lorenzo D. Benedict, IV, M.A. Instructor in Art Central Methodist College University of Missouri Robert Brown, M.B.A. Assistant Professor in Business Administration West Virginia University James V. Brown, Jr., M.S. Instructor in Sociology Kansas State College Philip H. Bufithis, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Elizabethtown College Nottingham University, England University of Pennsylvania Millard K. Bushong, Ph.D. Professor of History Roanoke College West Virginia University Clifford M. Buterbaugh, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science Indiana State University of Pennsylvania New York University University of Pittsburgh West Virginia University Margaret E. Byrer, M.A. Assistant Professor of English West Virginia University Howard Carper, Jr., M.S. Associate Professor of Physical Science Shepherd College Madison College American University University of Texas West Virginia University Herbert E. Clark, M.S. Instructor in Business Administration University of Maryland West Virginia University Helen M. Cloyd, Ph.D. Professor of Business Administration Eastern Michigan University Wayne State University Michigan State University Robert G. Coffeen, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English University of Florida University of North Carolina Margaret H. Colston, M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Education Capital University Columbia University Ethel F. Comwell, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English University of Chattanooga Middleburg College Tulane University K. Farrell Coy, M.A. Assistant Professor of Music - Woodwinds Colorado State College Sara H. Cree, Ed.D. Professor of Physical Education West Virginia University Pennsylvania State University Ruth Dean, M.A. Assistant Professor of English Hood College West Virginia University John E. Diehl, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Susquehanna University Pennsylvania State University John J. Duffy, M.B.A. l Instructor of Business Administration United States Military Academy Harvard University Billy R. Dunn, M.S. Assistant Professor of Eudcation West Virginia University California State College Jean Ann Elliott, M.S. Assistant Professor of Library Science Shepherd College Syracuse University Erwin G. Fieger, Jr., M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education Wilmington College Ohio State University Mary A. Filler, M.S.L.S. Instructor in Library Science St. Frances College University of Pittsburgh David E. Fincham, M.A. Instructor of Physical Education Morris Harvey College Marshall University Guy Frank, Ph.D. Professor of Music Chairman, Division of Creative Arts Whittier College Claremont College Graduate School of Pomona Eastman School of Music University of Rochester Charles H. Freeland, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education Shepherd College West Virginia University Candidate for Ed.D. Katharine P. Frescoln, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History Wittenberg University West Virginia University Sara J. Grissinger, M.L.S, Instructor in English Gettysburg College The John Hopkins University Walter K. Hanak, M.A. Assistant Professor of History University of Texas Indiana University Doctorial Candidate at Indiana University Ray Harris, M.S. Professor of Biology Chairman, Division of Science and Mathematics Marshall College West Virginia University University of Chicago University of Virginia Nan E. Haugen, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education University of Southern California Smith College Hazel McD. Hendricks, M.A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Chairman, Division of Home Economics Shepherd College Madison College Cornell University West Virginia University Carolyn W. Hoffman, M.S. Instructor in Nursing Mount Holyoke State University of Iowa Part-time Instructor Beverly K. Holden, M.Ed. Associate Professor of Physical Education Shepherd College Miami University University of Maryland Frostburg State College James C. Holland, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History University of Maryland Catholic University J. Michael Jacobs, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education Bridgewater College Madison College Arreta Jaranko, Ed.D. Professor of Education Fairmont State College West Virginia University Clair Johannsen, M.S.M. Instructor in Organ, Part-time Augsburg College Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University Eugene W. Johnson, B.A. Assistant Professor of Economics University of Notre Dame Ph.D. Candidate, University of Virginia Ronald L. Jones, Jr., M.A. Associate Professor of Art Concord College Arizona State University Martha M. Josephs, M.A. Field-Based Professor Marshall University Michael Josephs, Ph.D. Professor of Health and Physical Education Chairman, Division of Health and Physical Education Thiel College University of Pittsburgh Lee Keebler, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Shepherd College West Virginia University University of Wisconsin James L. Kelso, M.A.T. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Vanderbilt University Thomas H. Kiefer, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Political Science University of Florida Florida State University John P. King, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Education Lateran University, Rome, Italy University of Wisconsin Robert L. Kirk, M.A. Assistant Professor of Elementary Education Andrews University American University Columbia Union College John Hopkins University University of Maryland American University John E. Knipe, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Education Shepherd College George Washington University Michael R. Kintra, M.A. Instructor of Art Edinboro State College West Virginia University John C. Landolt, Ph.D. Austin College University of Oklahoma Richard L. Latterell, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology University of Minnesota Pennsylvania State University Cornell University Zora Leimbacher, M.A. Assistant Professor of French and German Mills College Stanford University University of California Vera E. Malton, Ph.D. Professor of Speech and English Chairman, Division of Languages and Literature University of Alberta Cornell University Robert K. Mason, M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics Glenville State College West Virginia University University of Notre Dame Marshall University Candidate for Ed.D. Barbara Maxwell, M.S.L.S. Assistant Professor of Library Science Shepherd College Drexel Institute of Technology Lester Mehrkam, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physics Lehigh University University of Delaware Kathryn S. Mohajerin, M.S.L.S. Instructor in Library Science Louisiana State University Florida State University John B. Morgan, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Economics United States Military Academy Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Carlton E. Munson, M.S.W. Assistant Professor of Sociology Shepherd College University of Maryland Sandra Murphy, M.A. Instructor in Home Economics Blue Mountain College University of Mississippi Carroll W. Palmer, Ed.D. Professor of Education Director of Teacher Education Chairman, Division of Education Ohio Northern University University of Alabama Teachers College, Columbia University James Pantle, M.M. Assistant Professor of Music Baker University University of Oregon Roger P. Parker, M.A. Instructor in Physical Education and Football Coach Morris Harvey College Marshall University Potomac State College Henry W. Perry, M.A. Assistant Professor of Journalism and Director of News Bureau Tennessee State Teachers College George Peabody College West Virginia University Yenna Y. Philips, M.A. Field-Based Professor Alabama College George Washington University Dorothy J. Pike, M.Ed. Associate Professor of English Shippensburg State College University of Maryland Charles F. Printz, M.A., C.P.A. Professor of Business Administration Chairman, Division of Business Administration Shepherd College West Virginia University University of Sydney, Australia American University Carol A. Puckett, M.S,W. Instructor in Sociology and Social Welfare Muhlenberg College Howard University Robert E. Putz, Ph.D. Instructor in Biology, Part-time University of Iowa Fordham University Carl K. Rauch, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Shepherd College University of Florida University of Maine University of California Pasadena City College Hang Yul Rhee, M.A., L.L.B. l l Assistant Professor of International Relations Colelge of Law, Seoul, Korea Columbia University Clark University Candidate for Ph.D. Jesse Riggleman, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Shepherd College West Virginia University Kenneth Riley, M.S. Associate Professor of Education Arkansas State Teachers College University of Kentucky American University Columbia University James D. Robertson, M.M. Instructor of Music University of Montana Robert P. Rogers, M.A. Associate Professor of English Vanderbilt University Paul M. Saab, M.S. Assistant Professor of Biology West Virginia University LeMoyne College Catholic University University of Pittsburgh John F. Schmidt, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Villanova University Pennsylvania State University University of Florida Linda F. Sharp, M.S.L.S. Instructor in Library Science Phillips University University of Oklahoma Ralph S. Sherrard, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of History and Geography Yale University University of Virginia Ronald L. Smeltzer, M.A. Instructor in Geography Marshall University Jerry M. Smith, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Waynesburg College West Virginia University Robert G. Starkey, M.S. Instructor of Physical Education and Head Basketball Coach Shepherd College West Virginia University John E. Stealey, III, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Chairman, Division of Social Science West Virginia University Patricia T. Stealey, M.Ed. Instructor of Home Economics West Virginia University Jay N. Stenger, M.S. Assistant Professor of Music Lycoming College State University of New York at Fredonia Margaret H. Swann, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education West Virginia University Marshall University Charles E. Taylor, M.S. Instructor in Business Administration West Virginia University William Vaughn, M.Ed. Director of the Shepherd College Student Center and Instructor in Student Personnel Slippery Rock State College Indiana State College Kathryn B. Venables, M.A. Assistant Professor of Sociology Marshall University Eugene J. Volker, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Delaware Mary M. Walker, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Political Science Indiana University Robert G. Willgoos, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in History Georgetown University Catholic University George A. Wilson, M.A. Instructor in Speech and Drama Shepherd College Bowling Green Statc University John E. Winters, M.A. Associate Professor of English Frostburg State College West Virginia University Doctoral study, University of Pittsburgh and University of Maryland Charles H. Woodward, M.Ed. in Science Assistant Professor in Biology Shepherd College University of Georgia Melvin Wyler, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech The University of the South Kansas State Teachers College of Pittsburgh 223 ,iii i in I- ,Q -up IK ' 'f ,XX 1 , 's M. f Pg iii jx Q, , iii vu... -- N N xg X 1 .K X i tg ,,.. qQ"Mg -QA 'inn-Run 'YZF .......-nl 2 . fw- Q W , W 'ray' ri? 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Cohongoroota Staff . . . . .Nancy Miller . . . . .Sandy Byers . . . . .Dona Smallwood ..........Nancy Miller ...... ...Kristie Grimes Kathy "Punkin" Malone . . . . . . .Kathy DeHaven . . . . . .Paul Lewis . . . . . .Donna Brake Sherry Miller Larry Manypenny . . . . . . . .Kathy Snyder Debbie Doughton Paul Raines . . . .Eileen Williams Ann Pickett Christy Fuhrman Rachel Stillwell Pris Garman . . . .Pat Mohler Hume Martha Klove Liza Gay Sue Flater Glenna Stewart Sue Stein Libby Westfall Donna Edsall . . . .Linda Hopewell . . . . .Nancy Miller Sue Scott Doug Alexander Glenn Twigg Pat Murphy Raup Photography - Mr. Bill Colvin and Mr. Larry Nye ............SueScott Steve Fou ntaine . . . . .. . .Chris Baske Kristie Grimes . . . . .Henry Perry i 7 240 Editorls Page I never realized how difficult it would be to try to put down on paper my feelings about the time I've devoted to the yearbook. Although there were some heavy problems and responsibilities, I enjoyed being editor. 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